|516m 110kph 3000cc (or cm³) 200km 300m 1.5l 593km² 2000kg|
Rewrite the measurements (1-9) below as numbers and abbreviations.
Note: In English, we say 5m x 7m as 'five metres by seven (metres)' when we are talking about area. In mathematics, 5x7 is 'five times seven' or ' five multiplied by seven'.
|Twenty-two kilometers per hour|
|One point five square metres|
|Six square kilometers|
|One hundred and thirty grams|
|One point five metres by fifty centimeters|
|Nought point seven five cubic metres|
Write true answers to the following questions.
1. How large is your classroom?
2. How tall are you?
3. What is the speed limit on the roads in your country/city/town?
4. How fast can you run?
5. What is the area of your desk?
6. How much does your bag weight?
7. How much did you weight when you were born?
8. How far is it from Kazan to Moscow?
1. What are the following things? What have the words got in common?
|Biro Braille guillotine Hoover Jacuzzi Levis Stetson|
Put the following words (standard international units) into the correct column.
|amp Celsius curie hertz joule kelvin newton ohm pascal volt watt|
|Chemistry (1 word)||Electricity (6 words)||Physics (2 words)||Temperature (2 words)|
ANCIENT STRUCTURES | Use the information in the text to answer the questions (1-6) below about 1) The Great Wall of China and 2) the first pyramid in Egypt. | Now complete the definitions (1-8) with the words from the module. | Read the following text and fill in the gaps. Use the words from the boxes below. | PRE-LISTENING | WHILE-LISTENING | POST-LISTENING | EGYPT GREAT PYRAMIDS | Read the following text. Complete the text by putting a word or number from the box below in each space (1-10). | Read the following text. |