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Övningsboken har en tydlig progression, från lättare ord- och frasövningar till mer utmanande tal- och skrivövningar. What’s Up? är • välstrukturerad • elevaktiverande • kreativ • omväxlande • lättarbetad

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BONNIERS

WHAT’S

Gustafsson • ÖSTERBERG • COWLE

Jörgen Gustafsson • Eva Österberg • Andy Cowle

JÖRGEN GUSTAFSSON EVA ÖSTERBERG ANDY COWLE

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Bonnier Utbildning Postadress: Box 3159, 103 63 Stockholm Besöksadress: Sveavägen 56, Stockholm Hemsida: www.bonnierutbildning.se E-post: info@bonnierutbildning.se Order/Läromedelsinformation Telefon: 08-696 86 00 Telefax: 08-696 86 10 Projektgrupp: Karl-Erik Widlund, Maria Ottosson, Helen Miller Crafoord Grafisk formgivning: Helen Miller Crafoord Tecknare: Leif Högström

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5 7 14 19

Starter A The accident B Life past and present C A genius – in spite of all

Love 23 25 28 33

Starter A The first date B Real love C The lady and the tiger

Media 37 39 44 49

Starter

INNEHÅLL

Ups and downs

A Want to be a journalist? B The paparazzi C Tough career

Literature 54 54 55 56 57 58

Noughts and crosses Charles The immortal bard Sea changes The face on the milk carton The case for the defence

Stories of suspense 60 63 70 75

Starter A The chase B Nightmare in yellow C Harriet’s horrible dream




INNEHÅLL

Mother nature 79 82 88 90

Starter A The biological clock B Diamonds are forever C Towards a new world

A light read 92 Ups and downs 94 Love 97 Media 100 Stories of suspense 102 Mother nature

Focus on Speaking/Writing 104 FOCUS ON SPEAKING 107 FOCUS ON WRITING

Grammatikövningar 112 115 116 117 124 126 127 140 141 142 144

Substantiv Genitiv OBESTÄMD ARTIKEL Pronomen Adjektiv Adverb Verb Konjunktioner Prepositioner Ordföljd Räkneord

Ordlista 146 Alfabetisk ordlista

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Love STARTER 1 Guess the word Voc a b u l a ry

Work with a friend. Read the definitions and guess what word it is (from the text on page 16). 1 bitterness, fury … 2 the man who is the ruler of an empire … 3 deadly, fatal … 4 the opposite of wealth … 5 feeling shocked or sad … 6 an American word for shop … 7 to give a good and acceptable reason for something … 8 holding somebody close to you … 9 to win over … 10 a period of one hundred years … store

poverty

embrace

poisonous

devastated

defeat

justify

century

emperor

anger

2 Matching Voc a b u l a ry

A Combine letters and numbers. 1 Romeo

e

a the Taj Mahal

2 India

b Bonnie and Clyde

3 queen of Egypt

c Antony

4 Roman general

d Romeo and Juliet

5 balcony scene

e Juliet

6 Texas

f Cleopatra

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B Explain how the two words go together.

A famous love couple in a play written by William Shakespeare.

1

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2

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

3

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

4

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5

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

6

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3 Love words Writing

Choose to write one of the following. Use as many as possible of the words below. • An e-mail to your new boyfriend/girlfriend • A text message where you break up with your boyfriend/girlfriend • A letter to a friend where you tell him/her about your new boyfriend/girlfriend

sweetie

honey

sweetheart

sugar

pet

darling cutie

love

break up dump ditch

pumpkin

baby

beautiful

gorgeous have a crush on somebody – be in love w ith somebody be sweet on someone (Am.) – be in love with someone

ask out date pick up make a connection get a date make out snog (hug and kiss)

er heels fall in love head ov love in h uc m – fall very

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A The first date 4 The same but different stories S pe a k i n g

Work with a friend. One of you is Sheena and the other one is Mark. Tell each other what you remember about your first date. You can talk about: SHEENA

• • • • • •

what you thought about Mark’s looks and his personality what Mark was wearing on your first date what you were wearing where you went that evening how you remember your first kiss what you knew about the relationship with Amy

Mark

• • • • •

how you felt before and just after you’d asked Sheena out your first impression of Sheena at the bus stop what happened at the disco how you remember your first kiss your relationship with Amy

5 Translation Voc a b u l a ry

Translate these sentences from the text on pages 18–19 in the textbook back into English. 1 Det var kärlek vid första ögonkastet. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

2 Jag tyckte att han var söt, känslig och att han hade mycket humor. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

3 Han slutade aldrig att snacka. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

4 Han bekände att han var tillsammans med någon annan. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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5 Jag fick inte en syl i vädret. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

6 Det var först efter flera månader senare som jag förstod att hon redan hade vetat visste om Amy. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

6 Crossword Voc a b u l a ry

Do the crossword. You will find the words on pages 18–19 in the textbook.

Down

Across

5 blyg 7 förhållande 11 anta 13 tydligen 14 lägga märke till 15 tilltalande 16 bestämd 19 intryck

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1 flera 2 känslig 3 nervös 4 allvarlig 6 klackar 8 förvånad 9 oemotståndlig 10 jacka 11 mållös, jätteförvånad 12 jättesnygg, fantastisk 17 generad 18 pojkvän Kopiering av detta engångsmaterial är förbjuden enligt lag och gällande avtal.


7 Amy’s Diary Writing

The day of the first date between Sheena and Mark, Amy happened to be on the same bus as they were. Amy followed the young couple who were too much in love to notice her. When Amy got home, she wrote one full page in her diary. Unfortunately her dog ate most of it the day after. What do you think she wrote? Here is what is left:

Sunday October 17 I just can’t believe what I saw today. I was on my way to the bus stop when I saw …

8 Turn something awful around L i ste n i n g

A Listen to what Alexandra did to turn something sad and depressing into something positive. B Choose one of the tasks: 1 Write a couple of tabloid headlines (sensationsrubriker) on Alexandra’s story. 2

Work with a friend. One of you is Alexandra and the other one is Alexandra’s mother. Act out the telephone call when Alexandra tells her mother the bad news about the cancelled wedding. Discuss how to solve all the problems.

Words to help you

cheat on turn into a charity benefit a healing process cancel band pay for reception costs and rooms

125 women cocktails and four-course dinner in return cheques Tahiti Aid Society and one international charity organisation

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B Real love 9 Cloze test Voc a b u l a ry

Fill in the missing words. One of my biggest

______________________________

(1) is that I sometimes go

along with my friends; you know, I give in to If they say something, and work to

______________________________

______________________________

I usually give in. Four months into my

him. She pointed out all his negative she convinced me that they were

(3) me,

______________________________

Dustin, my friend Brie was telling me I should

(4) with

______________________________

______________________________

______________________________

good ones. She said that he must have me

(2).

(5)

(6) and

(7) than his

______________________________

(8)

into thinking our relationship was more than it was. I

______________________________

that what I was doing agreed convince dump failings fooled

(9) with her but deep in my heart I knew

______________________________

(10).

peer pressure points relationship was wrong worse

10 Translation Voc a b u l a ry

A Translate into good Swedish. 1 I questioned that love and I lost it.

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2 My mom approved of him.

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3 My family considered him family.

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

B Translate into good English. 1 Han ville veta varför jag avslutade vårt förhållande.

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

2 Jag hade faktiskt ingen anledning.

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

3 Jag sa att jag hade varit otrogen mot honom.

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

11 End of relationship S pe a k i n g

Work with a friend. One of you is Mandy and the other one is Dustin. Prepare 10–15 keywords each for the scene when Mandy dumps Dustin. Act it out in the form of a telephone call.

12 Explain in English Voc a b u l a ry / S pe a k i n g

Explain the sentences in your own words in English. 1 I quickly hung up the phone. 2 He kept on calling. 3 It took a month for me to pull myself together. 4 No one could ever compare to him. 5 I had nobody but myself to blame for my broken heart. 6 I heard something through the grapevine. 7 He had moved out of the state. 8 I had to move on with my life.

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Phrases to help you

This means … Another way of saying this is … You could explain it like this … To put it differently, one could say … The expression means … You could also say …

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13 Dear John and Dear Jane Reading

Read the text and answer the questions. 1 What is a Dear John letter? 2 Why is the name John used in the expression? 3 When do you use the expression John Doe? Do you know what a Dear John letter is? It is an expression for a particular type of letter written by a woman or a girl to her husband or boyfriend saying that all is over between them and that their relationship has to end, usually because the woman has met somebody else. The exact origins of the phrase are not 100 % known, but it is believed to have been invented by Americans during World War II. At this time thousands of American troops were stationed overseas for long periods. Sometimes the wives or girlfriends back in the US decided to begin a relationship with another man – and the only way they cold communicate the unhappy news was by letter – a Dear John letter! Here is an example of a typical Dear John letter:

“Dear John, I have found someone else whom I think the world of. I think the only way out is for us to get a divorce …”

The letters usually began like that, the letters that told of infidelity on the part of the wives or girlfriends. The men called them “Dear Johns”. Why Dear John? The name John was – and still is – a very common name and it is also the name used in many other terms to refer to a man when you do not want to be too personal. In the United States the name John Doe is used for a person whose true identity is intended to be anonymous. Male corpses whose identity is unknown are also known by the name of John Doe. But what if the letter is not intended for a man? What if the body is that of a woman? Then it’s Dear Jane and Jane Doe!

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14 Breaking up Writing

Here is a pre-written Dear John or Dear Jane letter. A Fill in what you like in the blanks. B Read your letter to a group of friends. Dear

____________________________________

By the time you read this, I’ll already be

____________________________________

I don’t know quite how to tell you this but I’m sorry for doing this but bit of a you

____________________________________

____________________________________

____________________________________

____________________________________

____________________________________

. .

. It might be a

to you. I know that I promised

but I’m sorry, I just need to

. I think I first knew it

When we first met I thought that you were but as time went on I realised that

____________________________________

.

____________________________________

____________________________________

. We are

too different, aren’t we? When I want to have a nice quiet evening you ____________________________________

I

. When you want to

____________________________________

and I

. You like to eat

____________________________________

listen to

____________________________________.

____________________________________

. And the music! You always want to

____________________________________

but I prefer

____________________________________

.

I used to love your eyes, your mouth and your hands but now I feel ____________________________________

Lately I feel more Breaking up is

.

____________________________________

____________________________________

when you’re not around.

but I know that I will

____________________________________

. We had some good times, especially

____________________________________

. But it’s

____________________________________

.

I don’t want to keep anything that reminds me of you, so I’m returning your

____________________________________

Take care of yourself and

.

____________________________________

Fondly/Painfully/Your/Regards to

.

____________________________________

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15 Short love texts Reading/Writing

A Read the short love texts and talk about them with a friend or write a comment on them. Here are some ideas: • This story tells about … • The message of this story is … • I like/dislike this story because …

B Write a very short love story of your own. Try not to use more than 50 words.

The Dance e with the locker. Skinny Stev He shuffles to my to the dance. ly wants to ask me ab ob Pr ! ck Yu s. zit ing a well. Better than be My last chance. Oh nny. wallflower, like Je i, Steve.’ ‘H . th Deep brea ‘Hi, Sue.’ k me something?’ ‘You wanted to as d. Even his zits blushe e u have Jenny’s phon yo do ... ed ‘I wonder number?’

Moment of Decision She could almost hear the prison door clanging shut. Freedom would be gone forever, control of her own destiny gone, never to return. Wild thoughts of flight flashed through her mind. But she knew there was no escape. She turned to the groom with a smile and repeated the words, ‘I do.’

A Second Chance His love had gone. In des pair, he flung himself off the Golden Gate Bridge Coincidentally, a few yar . ds away, a girl made her own suicide plunge. The two passed in midai r. Their eyes met. Their chemistry clicked. It was true love. They realized it. Three feet above the wa ter.

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C The Lady or the Tiger? 16 What’s the word? Voc a b u l a ry

Combine the definition with the right word in the box. 1 get something and intend to give it back 2 with people all around you 3 come together in a group 4 aggressive

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_______________________________________

5 easy to see or understand 6 eat quickly

_______________________________________

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7 cruel and violent 8 get rid of

____________________________________

_______________________________________

_______________________________________

9 make a low noise

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10 a feeling of worry and fear 11 look quickly at someone 12 very quick

_______________________________________

_______________________________________

_______________________________________

anxiety assemble borrow devour dispose of fierce glance hum obvious rapid savage surrounded

17 Crime words Voc a b u l a ry

A Translate the words and expressions from the text on pages 22–­23. 1 accused of

_______________________________________

2 crime

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3 to be on trial

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4 justice

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5 criminal

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6 punish

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7 find somebody guilty

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8 innocent

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9 judgement

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10 cast into prison

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B Translate the underlined words to do with ‘crime’ into Swedish. Use a dictionary to look up difficult words. 1 He was charged with murder.

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2 He will appear in court in a week.

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3 He has committed a terrible crime.

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4 Everybody stood up when the judge entered.

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5 The defendant is a person who is accused of

a crime in a court of law.

_______________________________________

6 There was not enough evidence to prove him guilty.

_______________________________________

7 The prosecution tried to prove that he was guilty.

_______________________________________

8 He pleaded not guilty to the crime.

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9 The jury’s verdict was: Guilty.

_______________________________________

10 He got a seven-year sentence.

_______________________________________

18 In the newspaper Writing

You are a reporter and you work for the biggest newspaper in the country where the story The lady or the tiger? takes place. A Write a very short newspaper article about what happened in the arena. B Suggest three juicy headlines and three more factual (objektiva) headlines for the front page of your newspaper.

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19 For or against S pe a k i n g

Work with a friend. Discuss the question at the end of the story on page 24. Come up with your own ending to the story. • • •

Do you think that the princess pointed to the lady or to the tiger? Why? Did the young man trust the princess? What happens to the young man, do you think?

20 Fights on the Roman arena Reading

A Read the article. B Talk with a friend. Cover the text and answer the questions. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Approximately between which years did the Roman Empire exist? What was the Colosseum? Why was the arena covered in sand? Which was the most popular event in the arena? Who were the gladiators? What was the message when a gladiator raised his finger? What was the animal hunt? Give some facts about an important animal hunt.

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n Roman times, approximately from 44 BC to 476 AD, public entertainment was a very important aspect of life. In Rome, the capital of the Roman Empire, there was an enormous arena, the Colosseum. It was used to host different kinds of violent entertainment. The name arena comes from the Latin word for sand; the arena was covered in sand to soak up the blood left over from the various spectacles. The most popular event to take place in the arena was gladiator combats. The gladiators, who were professional fighters in ancient Rome, were picked from slaves, war criminals and prisoners of war. They would fight against each other, wild animals or condemned criminals. At the end of a fight, when one gladiator showed that he was defeated by raising a finger, it was up to the spectators to decide whether the loser should live or die. If the audience felt that the two gladiators had fought equally well they were both allowed to live. Some gladiators even managed to win their freedom and were allowed to retire – often to train other fighters.

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Another popular type of show was the animal hunt where gladiators – or criminals – fought a great variety of wild beasts such as rhinos, hippos, elephants, lions, panthers, leopards, crocodiles or ostriches. The animal hunts were often staged on a huge scale: in 107 BC there was a contest involving 11,000 animals and 10,000 gladiators and the show went on for 123 days!

Words to help you

Roman times public entertainment aspect of life empire the Colosseum host soak gladiator combat ancient condemn defeat equally well raise a finger beast rhino hippo on a huge scale

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romartiden uppträdanden för allmänheten h. del av livet kejsardöme Kolosseum, stor arena i Rom h. vara plats för h. suga upp gladiatorstrid antik döma besegra lika bra hålla upp ett finger djur noshörning flodhäst i stor skala

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MEDIA STARTER 1 Jumbled sentences Voc a b u l a ry

The words in the sentences have been scrambled. Rewrite the sentences by putting the words in the right order. Start with the word with a capital letter. 1 mistakes – 93 – Gladiator – are – there – In

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2 look – mistakes – films – in – They – for – the

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3 rewind – spot – When – they – they – a mistake

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4 look – it – over – at – They – and over

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5 The – made – ever – goal – is – mistake – to find – every

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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What’s Up? är ett läromedel i engelska för år 6–9. Textboken innehåller ungdomsnära texter på olika nivåer.

WHAT’S UP? 9

Övningsboken har en tydlig progression, från lättare ord- och frasövningar till mer utmanande tal- och skrivövningar. What’s Up? är • välstrukturerad • elevaktiverande • kreativ • omväxlande • lättarbetad

WORKBOOK

What’s Up? består av • textbok • övningsbok • elevfacit • lärar-cd • elev-cd • lärarhandledning

ISBN 978-91-622-7924-0

9 7 8 91 6 2 2 7 9 2 4 0

www.bonnierutbildning.se

(8850-1)

? WORKBOOK

WHAT’S UP? 9

BONNIERS

WHAT’S

Gustafsson • ÖSTERBERG • COWLE

Jörgen Gustafsson • Eva Österberg • Andy Cowle

JÖRGEN GUSTAFSSON EVA ÖSTERBERG ANDY COWLE

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