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Grade 8 jeopardy module 6

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  • 1.UNIT 30UNIT 26 UNIT 27 UNIT 28 UNIT 29 10 20 30 40 50 40 30 20 10 50 50 40 30 20 10 50 40 30 20 10 50 40 30 20 10

2. Unit 26: Cities 10 Points QUESTION: What two cities did we learn about in unit 26? ANSWER: Vienna & Cairo 3. Unit 26: Cities 20 Points QUESTION: List THREE vocabulary words from unit 26 that match up with Cairo. ANSWER: Nile, Pyramids, camels, desert, bazaars, archeological treasures, mosques, museums, ancient statues, busy modern areas, bridges 4. Unit 26: Cities 30 Points QUESTION: Fill in either a/an, the, or for the following: ___Vienna ___pavement caf ___ old part of the city ___ Inner City ANSWER: - Vienna A pavement caf An old part of the city The Inner City 5. Unit 26: Cities 40 Points QUESTION: Would you like to sail along the Nile in a traditional Arab boat? Respond to the question in two different ways: Refuse and offer an alternative Accepting ANSWER: I dont really feel like it. How aboutinstead? Its a nice idea, but I thinkis more interesting/exciting. Good/Great idea! Why not? That sounds great/fantastic! 6. Unit 26: Cities 50 Points QUESTION: Tell me about the city of Struga, the sites, and what it has to offer. This description must be include names of bodies of water, historical buildings, pavement cafes, and more! 5 sentences ANSWER: . 7. Unit 27: Fun in the city 10 Points QUESTION: What city did we tour in unit 27, Fun in the City? ANSWER: London 8. Unit 27: Fun in the city 20 Points QUESTION: Name three landmarks from the city we studied. ANSWER: The Royal Botanical Gardens, The Royal Albert Hall, Tower Bridge, The Tower of London, Oxford Street, etc. 9. Unit 27: Fun in the city 30 Points QUESTION: Create an affirmative and a negative sentence using present perfect and the verb visit. ANSWER: I/you/we/they have visited I/you/we/they havent visited He/she has visited He/she hasnt visited 10. Unit 27: Fun in the city 40 Points QUESTION: Fill in the past participles for the following words: Be Take Visit Get back Bring Buy ANSWER: Been Taken Visited Gotten back Brought Bought 11. Unit 27: Fun in the city 50 Points QUESTION: Form four sentences using present perfect about a visit to the city of Struga. What would you do if a friend came from out of town? Where would you eat? What sites would you visit? ANSWER: 12. Unit 28: What a city needs 10 Points QUESTION: Name three city facilities from our What a City Needs vocabulary. ANSWER: Facilities for people with special needs, rubbish bins, signs & traffic lights, parks, parking spaces, public transport, cycle lanes, zebra crossings 13. Unit 28: What a city needs 20 Points QUESTION: What does the phrase, drop me a line mean? ANSWER: Call me 14. Unit 28: What a city needs 30 Points QUESTION: What have you ALREADY done today? ANSWER: 15. Unit 28: What a city needs 40 Points QUESTION: Add yet/already/just properly into the following sentence, to create three new sentences. HINT: You will need to make one of the sentences negative. She has finished her homework. ANSWER: She hasnt finished her homework YET. She ALREADY finished her homework. She JUST finished her homework. 16. Unit 28: What a city needs 50 Points QUESTION: Ask a question using the interrogative present perfect form and answer in three ways, using yet/just/already. ANSWER: Have you been to France? I havent been to France yet. I just went last week! I have already been to France three times. 17. Unit 29: Eating out in the city 10 Points QUESTION: What are the three different dishes you can be served in a restaurant? ANSWER: Starters, main courses, desserts 18. Unit 29: Eating out in the city 20 Points QUESTION: List five different places you could be served food. ANSWER: Restaurant, fast-food restaurant, ice-cream parlour, caf, pub, sandwich bar, steak house, sweet shop, pizza parlour, etc. 19. Unit 29: Eating out in the city 30 Points QUESTION: List one starter, one main dish, and one dessert from our Eating Out in the City vocabulary. ANSWER: Starters: tomato soup, spring rolls Main Dishes: roast lamb, prawns & rice, spaghetti, steak & onions, toasted sandwich, fried chicken, salmon steak, pizza, cheeseburger & chips Dessert: cheesecake, lemon tart, fruit salad, ice cream 20. Unit 29: Eating out in the city 40 Points QUESTION: Ask & answer a question about food using the interrogative present perfect form and the subject is YOU. ANSWER: Have you ever tried prawns & rice? No I havent./Yes I have. 21. Unit 29: Eating out in the city 50 Points QUESTION: Ask and answer a question using the interrogative present perfect form with HE. Answer in two ways: negative and positive. Use our new vocabulary to express taste. ANSWER: Has he tried the prawns and rice? Yes, he has. He says they were mouth-watering./No, he hasnt. 22. Unit 30: Greetings from 10 Points QUESTION: Are postcards formal or informal? ANSWER: Informal 23. Unit 30: Greetings from 20 Points QUESTION: What type of information do you include on a postcard? ANSWER: Information about a holiday/vacation, where you are staying, the weather, activities, etc. 24. Unit 30: Greetings from 30 Points QUESTION: Give the formula for past simple. ANSWER: Pronoun subject + verb in past 25. Unit 30: Greetings from 40 Points QUESTION: Give the formula for present perfect. ANSWER: Pronoun subject + have/has + part participle 26. Unit 30: Greetings from 50 Points QUESTION: What are the two main differences between past simple and present perfect? ANSWER: Past simple is time specific and the event is finished. Present perfect is not time specific and the event is not finished (this event will occur again). 27. Tara Lesser Peace Corps Volunteer at Primary School Vllezrit Milladinovci- Stug