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GOOD STUFF GOLD Good Stuff GOLD A-D (för år 6-9) är en uppdatering av originalet Good Stuff A-D. Här har vi behållit den omtyckta kärnan i Good Stuff och kompletterat med nytt och varierat utifrån lärare och elevers önskemål. Bland annat hittar du mer realia, rikligt med övningar på olika nivåer, lite mer omfattande övningar och projekt, fler hörövningar, lektionstips och tester till alla texter.

Textbook Coombs Bayard Hagvärn Johansson

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YEAR 8 Best.nr 47-10429-1 Tryck.nr 47-10429-1

Andy Coombs Annika Bayard Roland Hagvärn Kjell Johansson


ISBN 978-91-47-10429-1

Contents

© 2013 Annika Bayard, Andy Coombs, Roland Hagvärn, Kjell Johansson och Liber AB

projektledare och redaktör Ulrika Wendéus formgivning och omslag Sara Ånestrand bildredaktör Mikael Myrnerts illustrationer Lene Due Jensen produktion Christina de Besche omslagsfoto Pichugin Dmitry/Shutterstock

Första upplagan 1

repro Repro 8 AB, Stockholm tryck Kina 2013

kopieringsförbud

World Fame

6

Me on Wheels

The Great Wall of China

6

Using Wheels

53 54

British Holidays

98

Rex 8

BMX 56

Halloween in the USA

99

Nelson Mandela – A Portrait

12

Demolition Derby

58

Booking a Holiday Online

100

Two Weeks with the Queen

16

Rally Drivers

60

Travelling Tips

102

City Corner – Vancouver

21

Sporting Heroes on Wheels

62

Be my Valentine

104

Dina and Brian in Vancouver

22

A November Night

64

Christmas in Australia

106

City Corner – Christchurch

108

The Great Outdoors

109

Love & Friendship 23

Crime 67

Friendship Test

24

Was It a Crime?

68

Friendly Advice

26

Whose Fault was It?

70

Killer Chat-Up Lines

28

The Great Train Robbery

72

The Invisible Girl

30

Ronnie Biggs

74

Suspense 111

A Tricky One

33

Letter from the Inside

75

Maundy Thursday

112

Just a Couple of Kisses

34

City Corner – Las Vegas

78

Everyday Stuff

37

114 116

Gambling 79

Shatterproof 117

Dina and Brian in Las Vegas

City Corner – Bridgetown

80

The Everyday Life of a Human

BONUS-avtal tecknas mellan upphovsrättsorganisationer och huvudman för

Body 40

Gaming 81

Rasha’s Hobby

42

Pick a Game

82

The Wardrobe

44

Choosing a Game

84

City Corner – Singapore

50

Old Games Made New

86

straff (böter eller fängelse), skadestånd och beslag/förstöring av olovligt framställt material. Såväl analog som digital kopiering regleras i BONUS-avtalet. Läs mer på www.bonuspresskopia.se.

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123

Dina and Brian in Bridgetown,

The Future of Gaming

88

– Singapore’s Fun Island!

51

Bad for You?

90

Dina and Brian in Singapore

52

God’s Game

94

Sentosa Island

110

A Bad Feeling

elevers rätt att kopiera för undervisningsbruk enligt BONUS-avtal, är förbjuden.

Intrång i upphovsmannens rättigheter enligt upphovsrättslagen kan medföra

New Zealand

Just a Game?

Making Plans

38

Dina and Brian in Christchurch,

Las Vegas More than Just Detta verk är skyddat av upphovsrättslagen. Kopiering, utöver lärares och

utbildningsanordnare, t.ex. kommuner och universitet.

Holidays 97

Barbados 124

Word List

125


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The Great Wall of China Amal and Rita are visiting China. Kinesiska Muren amazing   fantastisk forever   för evigt the 5th century   400-talet BC = Before Christ   före Kristus keep out   stänga ute invaders   inkräktare, angripare World Heritage Site   världsarv

amal

This place is amazing!

rita

Yeah it’s fantastic! It goes on forever; you can’t see the end of it. I wonder how long it is?

amal

It’s over 8,500 kilometres long and was started in the 5th century BC.

rita

That’s really old. Why was it built?

amal

To keep out invaders of course – why else would they build a wall?

rita

I don’t know – to keep people in. How come you know so much about it?

amal

Off to find a train timetable. There are 40 sites in China – we need to get moving if we are going to see them all.

amal

From this book – it’s all about the most famous World Heritage Sites.

rita

But we’ve only just arrived! What about the Great Wall?

rita

The most famous what?

amal

amal

World Heritage Sites – they’re really special places all over the world. They’re cultural or ancient or just really beautiful natural places. There are over 900 of them.

I’ve already ticked it off the list. Come on... we have to hurry!

rita

I don’t think you really understand ... Oh, OK... I’m coming.

(i England) huge   enorm, jättestor tomb   grav doubt   tvivla på wonder   underverk hang on   vänta lite

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rita

Can I see? These places look fantastic.

amal

Yeah, they do.

rita

The centre of Prague; I’ve always wanted to go there... the Acropolis in Athens... the Tower of London where they keep the royal jewels...

amal

It’s a huge list.

rita

Glaciers in Argentina... a dinosaur park in Canada... tombs in Uganda.

amal

Great isn’t it? I wonder if anyone has visited them all?

rita

I doubt it – it would take years.

amal

So let’s do it.

rita

What do you mean?

amal

From now on, every holiday, every chance we get, we visit World Heritage Sites. See how long it takes us to visit them all.

rita

See the wonders of the world! Hang on, where are you going?

timetable   tidtabell get moving   sätta fart tick off   pricka av

ing it a ee

ll

ancient   forntida the royal jewels   kronjuvelerna

S

The Great Wall of China  

p. 5

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The Great Wall of China Amal and Rita are visiting China. Kinesiska Muren amazing   fantastisk forever   för evigt the 5th century   400-talet BC = Before Christ   före Kristus keep out   stänga ute invaders   inkräktare, angripare World Heritage Site   världsarv

amal

This place is amazing!

rita

Yeah it’s fantastic! It goes on forever; you can’t see the end of it. I wonder how long it is?

amal

It’s over 8,500 kilometres long and was started in the 5th century BC.

rita

That’s really old. Why was it built?

amal

To keep out invaders of course – why else would they build a wall?

rita

I don’t know – to keep people in. How come you know so much about it?

amal

Off to find a train timetable. There are 40 sites in China – we need to get moving if we are going to see them all.

amal

From this book – it’s all about the most famous World Heritage Sites.

rita

But we’ve only just arrived! What about the Great Wall?

rita

The most famous what?

amal

amal

World Heritage Sites – they’re really special places all over the world. They’re cultural or ancient or just really beautiful natural places. There are over 900 of them.

I’ve already ticked it off the list. Come on... we have to hurry!

rita

I don’t think you really understand ... Oh, OK... I’m coming.

(i England) huge   enorm, jättestor tomb   grav doubt   tvivla på wonder   underverk hang on   vänta lite

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rita

Can I see? These places look fantastic.

amal

Yeah, they do.

rita

The centre of Prague; I’ve always wanted to go there... the Acropolis in Athens... the Tower of London where they keep the royal jewels...

amal

It’s a huge list.

rita

Glaciers in Argentina... a dinosaur park in Canada... tombs in Uganda.

amal

Great isn’t it? I wonder if anyone has visited them all?

rita

I doubt it – it would take years.

amal

So let’s do it.

rita

What do you mean?

amal

From now on, every holiday, every chance we get, we visit World Heritage Sites. See how long it takes us to visit them all.

rita

See the wonders of the world! Hang on, where are you going?

timetable   tidtabell get moving   sätta fart tick off   pricka av

ing it a ee

ll

ancient   forntida the royal jewels   kronjuvelerna

S

The Great Wall of China  

p. 5

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Rex Some stories become so famous that they become a legend. This is one of those stories.

prick up one’s ears   spetsa öronen market   marknad guard   vakta invitation   inbjudan painful   smärtsam bite   bett

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Rex was sleeping next to baby Anne when he heard a strange noise. His ears pricked up. He sniffed, and suddenly he knew that someone or something was out there. Every week, when Farmer Soames and his wife went to the market, they left Rex to guard the house. Rex was a small dog but very strong and intelligent. Everybody in the village knew that to come to the house without an invitation meant a painful bite. So nobody did.

But now, Rex could hear someone coming closer. It must be a stranger. He stood up and with his teeth he gently pulled the blanket up over Anne’s shoulders to keep her warm. He turned and faced the door. Outside, it was dark. It was raining hard. Rex pushed the door open with his nose. Cold air. He couldn’t see anything, but his keen dog nose could smell something familiar but dangerous. Rex took a single step out, not wanting to go any further; not wanting to leave baby Anne alone. He turned and looked at her. After Farmer Soames there was no other human he loved so much. She almost felt like his own pup.

stranger   främling gently   försiktigt blanket  filt face   stå vänd mot push open  knuffa upp keen   skarp single   enda familiar   välbekant further   längre pup   valp another   ett…till, ännu ett

Another sound. That sounded like a growl. But it couldn’t be! Rex knew all the other dogs in the area. There it was again. Definitely a growl. But if it wasn’t a dog, it had to be ... Rex’s blood turned to ice. He turned and raced back inside. He must hide baby Anne. Quickly! Using his teeth and front paws he rolled her over so she fell from the blanket. He picked her up by her nappy and looked desperately around. He must hide her! He nudged baby Anne under the bed and rushed back to the door. Fear made his heart beat terribly fast. All of his hair was standing straight up. His head turned from side to side, desperate to see what was coming. And then it stepped out from the trees. The wolf.

growl   morrande definitely   absolut, helt säkert paw   tass nappy   blöja nudge   knuffa in

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Rex Some stories become so famous that they become a legend. This is one of those stories.

prick up one’s ears   spetsa öronen market   marknad guard   vakta invitation   inbjudan painful   smärtsam bite   bett

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Rex was sleeping next to baby Anne when he heard a strange noise. His ears pricked up. He sniffed, and suddenly he knew that someone or something was out there. Every week, when Farmer Soames and his wife went to the market, they left Rex to guard the house. Rex was a small dog but very strong and intelligent. Everybody in the village knew that to come to the house without an invitation meant a painful bite. So nobody did.

But now, Rex could hear someone coming closer. It must be a stranger. He stood up and with his teeth he gently pulled the blanket up over Anne’s shoulders to keep her warm. He turned and faced the door. Outside, it was dark. It was raining hard. Rex pushed the door open with his nose. Cold air. He couldn’t see anything, but his keen dog nose could smell something familiar but dangerous. Rex took a single step out, not wanting to go any further; not wanting to leave baby Anne alone. He turned and looked at her. After Farmer Soames there was no other human he loved so much. She almost felt like his own pup.

stranger   främling gently   försiktigt blanket  filt face   stå vänd mot push open  knuffa upp keen   skarp single   enda familiar   välbekant further   längre pup   valp another   ett…till, ännu ett

Another sound. That sounded like a growl. But it couldn’t be! Rex knew all the other dogs in the area. There it was again. Definitely a growl. But if it wasn’t a dog, it had to be ... Rex’s blood turned to ice. He turned and raced back inside. He must hide baby Anne. Quickly! Using his teeth and front paws he rolled her over so she fell from the blanket. He picked her up by her nappy and looked desperately around. He must hide her! He nudged baby Anne under the bed and rushed back to the door. Fear made his heart beat terribly fast. All of his hair was standing straight up. His head turned from side to side, desperate to see what was coming. And then it stepped out from the trees. The wolf.

growl   morrande definitely   absolut, helt säkert paw   tass nappy   blöja nudge   knuffa in

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World Fame scare away   skrämma iväg throat   strupe fight (fought, fought)   slåss med burst   utbrott, anfall

pull away   slita sig loss strike (struck, struck) back  

slå tillbaka fly (flew, flown)   flyga stomach   mage yelp   tjuta battle   kamp, strid howl   yla lunge upward   kasta sig uppåt

strength   kraft, styrka manage   lyckas comforting   tröstande

World Fame All of Rex’s instincts told him to turn, to run. But he knew he must stay and fight. He couldn’t leave baby Anne. His only hope was to slow the beast down until Farmer Soames came home. He had a gun and could scare the wolf away. A low growl. Rex was surprised to realise the growl had come from his own throat. The wolf looked surprised too. What did this little dog think he was doing? Rex took a step forward. His only thought was that the further away from the farmhouse he fought the wolf, the safer baby Anne would be. The wolf took a step back. It couldn’t believe that Rex was coming towards him. And then, with a burst of energy, Rex ran and jumped. He bit down hard on the wolf’s nose and tasted blood. The wolf pulled away and then struck back. He was so much larger and stronger than Rex, that Rex flew through the air and landed heavily on his front left paw. And then the wolf was on him. Sharp teeth bit into Rex’s stomach making him yelp with pain. The wolf thought that the battle was over and raised his head. He howled at the moon. But Rex wasn’t finished. He lunged upwards and found the wolf’s neck. He bit deeply and kept biting until the wolf was dead. Rex dragged himself back inside. He had no strength to get to baby Anne, but he managed to reach the blanket. It smelt of her and the smell was comforting. He had done it. Baby Anne was safe. The wolf was dead. Rex fell asleep.

When Rex opened his eyes, Farmer Soames and his wife were standing over him. But something was wrong. They weren’t happy. They weren’t hugging him and telling him he’d been a good boy. Farmer Soames was totally white; all colour gone from his face. Tears were streaming down his face. ‘What have you done with the baby, Rex? Oh my God! What have you done!’

hug   krama

‘He’s covered in blood! He’s killed our daughter! Your crazy dog has killed my daughter!’ Mrs. Soames fell to the floor. She was screaming.

covered in blood   blodig, täckt

Soames turned and left. He came back in. He was holding his gun. Rex looked under the bed. Baby Anne was still there. She was smiling and making little gurgling sounds. They thought he had killed her! Didn’t they know she was alive? He tried to stand up, but the wound under his stomach was too painful.

wound   sår Godamm you!   Fan ta dig!

‘Godamm you, Rex! What have you done?’ shouted Farmer Soames. He lifted the gun and pointed it at Rex. His finger started to squeeze the trigger.

squeeze   krama trigger   avtryckare

av blod

And then ... baby Anne started to laugh.

***

This story is based on the Legend of Gelert, a 13th century story from North Wales.

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World Fame scare away   skrämma iväg throat   strupe fight (fought, fought)   slåss med burst   utbrott, anfall

pull away   slita sig loss strike (struck, struck) back  

slå tillbaka fly (flew, flown)   flyga stomach   mage yelp   tjuta battle   kamp, strid howl   yla lunge upward   kasta sig uppåt

strength   kraft, styrka manage   lyckas comforting   tröstande

World Fame All of Rex’s instincts told him to turn, to run. But he knew he must stay and fight. He couldn’t leave baby Anne. His only hope was to slow the beast down until Farmer Soames came home. He had a gun and could scare the wolf away. A low growl. Rex was surprised to realise the growl had come from his own throat. The wolf looked surprised too. What did this little dog think he was doing? Rex took a step forward. His only thought was that the further away from the farmhouse he fought the wolf, the safer baby Anne would be. The wolf took a step back. It couldn’t believe that Rex was coming towards him. And then, with a burst of energy, Rex ran and jumped. He bit down hard on the wolf’s nose and tasted blood. The wolf pulled away and then struck back. He was so much larger and stronger than Rex, that Rex flew through the air and landed heavily on his front left paw. And then the wolf was on him. Sharp teeth bit into Rex’s stomach making him yelp with pain. The wolf thought that the battle was over and raised his head. He howled at the moon. But Rex wasn’t finished. He lunged upwards and found the wolf’s neck. He bit deeply and kept biting until the wolf was dead. Rex dragged himself back inside. He had no strength to get to baby Anne, but he managed to reach the blanket. It smelt of her and the smell was comforting. He had done it. Baby Anne was safe. The wolf was dead. Rex fell asleep.

When Rex opened his eyes, Farmer Soames and his wife were standing over him. But something was wrong. They weren’t happy. They weren’t hugging him and telling him he’d been a good boy. Farmer Soames was totally white; all colour gone from his face. Tears were streaming down his face. ‘What have you done with the baby, Rex? Oh my God! What have you done!’

hug   krama

‘He’s covered in blood! He’s killed our daughter! Your crazy dog has killed my daughter!’ Mrs. Soames fell to the floor. She was screaming.

covered in blood   blodig, täckt

Soames turned and left. He came back in. He was holding his gun. Rex looked under the bed. Baby Anne was still there. She was smiling and making little gurgling sounds. They thought he had killed her! Didn’t they know she was alive? He tried to stand up, but the wound under his stomach was too painful.

wound   sår Godamm you!   Fan ta dig!

‘Godamm you, Rex! What have you done?’ shouted Farmer Soames. He lifted the gun and pointed it at Rex. His finger started to squeeze the trigger.

squeeze   krama trigger   avtryckare

av blod

And then ... baby Anne started to laugh.

***

This story is based on the Legend of Gelert, a 13th century story from North Wales.

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World Fame

Nelson Mandela – A Portrait prisoner   fånge fear   frukta remarkable   märklig

He has become a symbol of freedom and hope all over the world. He changed from country boy to freedom fighter to prisoner to statesman. He was hated and feared and then loved and respected. His story is remarkable.

Introduction poor   dålig education   undervisning,

utbildning housing   bostäder vote   rösta future   framtid law   lag herd boy   vallpojke

Until 1993 South Africa had a political system called apartheid. Under apartheid, white people had all the rights and lived well. The black majority however had poor education and housing, had no right to vote and had little chance of a good future. There were even laws about where they could sit on buses and in parks and who they could marry.

At his trial he said: ‘During my lifetime I have dedicated myself to the struggle of the African people. I have an ideal of a democratic and free society. It is an ideal which I hope to live for and achieve. It is also an ideal for which I am prepared to die.’ He spent 27 years in jail becoming the world’s most famous prisoner. The prison on Robben Island was the toughest in South Africa; meant only for the most dangerous prisoners.

trial   rättegång dedicate oneself to   engagera sig i struggle   kamp achieve   uppnå self-education   självstudier meanwhile   under tiden worldwide   över hela världen release   frigivning

Nelson started a programme of self-education for the prisoners. The prison became known as ‘Island University’. He also continued to work against apartheid by smuggling letters out of prison. Meanwhile his supporters worldwide worked for his release.

Rolihlahla ‘Nelson’ Mandela was born in the village of Qunu east of Johannesburg on July 18th 1918. It was a hard life and at the age of five Nelson had to start work as a herd boy looking after sheep. involved   inblandad law firm   advokatbyrå join   gå med i illegal   olaglig get rid of   bli av med, göra sig fri

från government   regering violence   våld threat   hot

As he grew older, Nelson Mandela looked at the apartheid laws and decided to try and change them. He became involved with student protests when he was at college. Later when he was working for a law firm he joined the African National Congress, an illegal organisation trying to get rid of apartheid. He started to form an army to fight the government but was arrested in 1956 and charged with treason, before being found not guilty, in 1961. South Africa was in chaos; the government used violence and threats against the black majority. Nelson went underground to continue his work but in 1962 he was arrested again.

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Nelson was finally released in 1990 by President F.W. de Klerk. Together they took apart the apartheid system. In 1993 they got the Nobel peace prize for bringing racial equality and democracy to South Africa. A year later, Nelson Mandela became the country’s president serving until 1999. He worked tirelessly after the end of apartheid for reconciliation between the people of South Africa promoting peace and forgiveness as the way to heal the scars of the past.

bring   införa racial equality   jämlikhet mellan

raser serve   tjänstgöra tirelessly   outtröttligt reconciliation   försoning promote   verka för forgiveness   förlåtelse heal   läka scar   ärr the past   det förflutna

Perhaps this is the reason he moved from just being a president to becoming a symbol of hope and freedom in people’s minds.

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World Fame

Nelson Mandela – A Portrait prisoner   fånge fear   frukta remarkable   märklig

He has become a symbol of freedom and hope all over the world. He changed from country boy to freedom fighter to prisoner to statesman. He was hated and feared and then loved and respected. His story is remarkable.

Introduction poor   dålig education   undervisning,

utbildning housing   bostäder vote   rösta future   framtid law   lag herd boy   vallpojke

Until 1993 South Africa had a political system called apartheid. Under apartheid, white people had all the rights and lived well. The black majority however had poor education and housing, had no right to vote and had little chance of a good future. There were even laws about where they could sit on buses and in parks and who they could marry.

At his trial he said: ‘During my lifetime I have dedicated myself to the struggle of the African people. I have an ideal of a democratic and free society. It is an ideal which I hope to live for and achieve. It is also an ideal for which I am prepared to die.’ He spent 27 years in jail becoming the world’s most famous prisoner. The prison on Robben Island was the toughest in South Africa; meant only for the most dangerous prisoners.

trial   rättegång dedicate oneself to   engagera sig i struggle   kamp achieve   uppnå self-education   självstudier meanwhile   under tiden worldwide   över hela världen release   frigivning

Nelson started a programme of self-education for the prisoners. The prison became known as ‘Island University’. He also continued to work against apartheid by smuggling letters out of prison. Meanwhile his supporters worldwide worked for his release.

Rolihlahla ‘Nelson’ Mandela was born in the village of Qunu east of Johannesburg on July 18th 1918. It was a hard life and at the age of five Nelson had to start work as a herd boy looking after sheep. involved   inblandad law firm   advokatbyrå join   gå med i illegal   olaglig get rid of   bli av med, göra sig fri

från government   regering violence   våld threat   hot

As he grew older, Nelson Mandela looked at the apartheid laws and decided to try and change them. He became involved with student protests when he was at college. Later when he was working for a law firm he joined the African National Congress, an illegal organisation trying to get rid of apartheid. He started to form an army to fight the government but was arrested in 1956 and charged with treason, before being found not guilty, in 1961. South Africa was in chaos; the government used violence and threats against the black majority. Nelson went underground to continue his work but in 1962 he was arrested again.

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Nelson was finally released in 1990 by President F.W. de Klerk. Together they took apart the apartheid system. In 1993 they got the Nobel peace prize for bringing racial equality and democracy to South Africa. A year later, Nelson Mandela became the country’s president serving until 1999. He worked tirelessly after the end of apartheid for reconciliation between the people of South Africa promoting peace and forgiveness as the way to heal the scars of the past.

bring   införa racial equality   jämlikhet mellan

raser serve   tjänstgöra tirelessly   outtröttligt reconciliation   försoning promote   verka för forgiveness   förlåtelse heal   läka scar   ärr the past   det förflutna

Perhaps this is the reason he moved from just being a president to becoming a symbol of hope and freedom in people’s minds.

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legal   laglig ruler   härskare separate   särskilja basically   i grund och botten enjoy   här: ha government services   statliga

förmåner population   befolkning enforce   upprätthålla force   här: makt residential area   bostadsområde segregate   avskilja split   dela poverty   fattigdom township   bosättningsområde för

svarta wooden hut   trähydda maid   hembiträde ban   förbjuda

World Fame What was Apartheid?

South Africa into the Future

Apartheid was the legal name used by the white rulers of South Africa to separate the people by race. Apartheid existed from 1948 to 1994. Basically it meant that the white people in the country enjoyed more rights, a much better life and better government services than the rest of the population. It was enforced by law and a lot of force. Some examples are:

Nelson Mandela changed South Africa, he also changed the world. He showed that it was possible for people to overcome great differences and a terrible, violent history. One of the biggest challenges the South African people faced was the process of reconciliation started by Nelson Mandela’s government.

• Residential areas were segregated or split. Most black people lived in poverty in large townships. Their housing was extremely poor; large families lived in small wooden huts, life was very hard in these places.

The Truth and Reconciliation Committee (TRC) set up in 1995 was an attempt by the new government to help the people come to terms and move on from the past.

• Black people were only allowed into the white areas to work as maids and gardeners. They were not paid well and they had to carry identity passes at all times. • In 1949, the state banned marriage between whites and other races. In 1950 they banned sex between different races. • Separate buses and even bus stops were built for white and black people.

depending on   beroende på curriculum   läroplan

• Schools were different depending on your race. You studied different curriculums and the money spent on white children was far higher than other races’ children. • Beaches were separated with the whites having the best areas. • Sport was also split. Blacks could not play in the national teams in cricket, rugby and football.

Hearings were held for people to talk about human rights abuses during apartheid on a national stage. Both the people who suffered and those who caused the suffering were heard. The hearings could grant amnesty to people, listen to human rights abuses and try to help people regain their dignity.

hearing   förhör abuse   övergrepp, kränkning stage   plan suffer   lida cause   orsaka grant   bevilja regain   återfå dignity   värdighet punishment   straff

Some people criticized the TRC, feeling that it let many people, who had abused others, go free. Some felt that their punishments should be harder. However, most people in South Africa felt that the process helped them move on after apartheid and helped the country look to the future, not the past.

Since 1994 and the end of apartheid, South Africa has changed completely. There is a new flag, a new anthem; they have hosted the football World Cup. They are moving forward together as South Africans not as ‘Blacks’ or ‘Whites’. This gives all places hope that things can change for the better and that people can see beyond race, gender and religion and move forward together.

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overcome   övervinna, överbrygga violent   våldsam challenge   utmaning reconciliation   försoning attempt   försök come to terms   finna sig i

anthem   nationalsång host   vara värd för beyond   bortom gender   kön

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legal   laglig ruler   härskare separate   särskilja basically   i grund och botten enjoy   här: ha government services   statliga

förmåner population   befolkning enforce   upprätthålla force   här: makt residential area   bostadsområde segregate   avskilja split   dela poverty   fattigdom township   bosättningsområde för

svarta wooden hut   trähydda maid   hembiträde ban   förbjuda

World Fame What was Apartheid?

South Africa into the Future

Apartheid was the legal name used by the white rulers of South Africa to separate the people by race. Apartheid existed from 1948 to 1994. Basically it meant that the white people in the country enjoyed more rights, a much better life and better government services than the rest of the population. It was enforced by law and a lot of force. Some examples are:

Nelson Mandela changed South Africa, he also changed the world. He showed that it was possible for people to overcome great differences and a terrible, violent history. One of the biggest challenges the South African people faced was the process of reconciliation started by Nelson Mandela’s government.

• Residential areas were segregated or split. Most black people lived in poverty in large townships. Their housing was extremely poor; large families lived in small wooden huts, life was very hard in these places.

The Truth and Reconciliation Committee (TRC) set up in 1995 was an attempt by the new government to help the people come to terms and move on from the past.

• Black people were only allowed into the white areas to work as maids and gardeners. They were not paid well and they had to carry identity passes at all times. • In 1949, the state banned marriage between whites and other races. In 1950 they banned sex between different races. • Separate buses and even bus stops were built for white and black people.

depending on   beroende på curriculum   läroplan

• Schools were different depending on your race. You studied different curriculums and the money spent on white children was far higher than other races’ children. • Beaches were separated with the whites having the best areas. • Sport was also split. Blacks could not play in the national teams in cricket, rugby and football.

Hearings were held for people to talk about human rights abuses during apartheid on a national stage. Both the people who suffered and those who caused the suffering were heard. The hearings could grant amnesty to people, listen to human rights abuses and try to help people regain their dignity.

hearing   förhör abuse   övergrepp, kränkning stage   plan suffer   lida cause   orsaka grant   bevilja regain   återfå dignity   värdighet punishment   straff

Some people criticized the TRC, feeling that it let many people, who had abused others, go free. Some felt that their punishments should be harder. However, most people in South Africa felt that the process helped them move on after apartheid and helped the country look to the future, not the past.

Since 1994 and the end of apartheid, South Africa has changed completely. There is a new flag, a new anthem; they have hosted the football World Cup. They are moving forward together as South Africans not as ‘Blacks’ or ‘Whites’. This gives all places hope that things can change for the better and that people can see beyond race, gender and religion and move forward together.

14 good stuff gold

overcome   övervinna, överbrygga violent   våldsam challenge   utmaning reconciliation   försoning attempt   försök come to terms   finna sig i

anthem   nationalsång host   vara värd för beyond   bortom gender   kön

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World Fame

Two Weeks with the Queen speech   tal The UK = The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland the Commonwealth   Brittiska

Samväldet fairness   rättvisa fair   rättvis

Colin and his family are watching the Queen of England give her Christmas speech on TV. The Queen is one of the most famous people in the world and she gives a speech every year to the people of the UK and the Commonwealth countries – including Australia where Colin lives. The queen talks about fairness, but life isn’t always fair. Especially when you don’t get what you want for Christmas. The Queen looked out across the Mudfords’ living room and wished everyone a happy Christmas.

scowl   se bister ut, rynka

ögonbrynen bet   slå vad om covered with   här: fullt med daggy   omodern, inte cool (Aus.)

Colin scowled. Easy for you, he thought. Bet you got what you wanted. Bet if you wanted a microscope you got a microscope. Bet your tree was covered with microscopes. Bet nobody gave you daggy school shoes for Christmas.

The Queen obviously couldn’t see them because she continued her Christmas Message without once chucking up. ‘. . . ridding our world of suffering and pain is not an easy goal,’ she was saying, ‘but we will achieve that goal if it is our sincere wish.’ Colin’s sincere wish was that the shoes would burst into flames and explode into pieces. But they didn’t, even though they were being shot at by a low-flying MiG fighter plane. Colin stared out the window at the dusty paddocks. The shimmering glare was painful to look at, but not as painful as the sight of Luke playing happily with his model plane. Why should that little whinger get exactly what he wanted, right down to the colour of the pilot’s helmet and the number of napalm canisters under the wings?

obviously   tydligen message   här: tal chuck up   kräkas rid   befria suffering   lidande pain   smärta achieve   uppnå sincere   uppriktig burst into flames   ta eld fighter plane   jaktflygplan

paddock   paddock (rastgård för

hästar) glare   ljus sight   åsyn whinger   gnällmåns helmet   hjälm canister   behållare

It wasn’t fair. ‘... fair share of the world’s resources for all the people,’ the Queen was saying. Colin looked at his parents. He hoped the Queen was making them feel guilty.

feel guilty   få dåligt samvete

It didn’t look as though she was. People who are riddled with guilt don’t usually cuddle up on the settee and fan each other with bits torn off a beer carton.

riddled with   full av cuddle up   krypa ihop, sitta

Colin stared at them for a while but that didn’t plunge them into guilt either, so he went back to watching the Queen.

tätt tillsammans settee   soffa fan   fläkta tear (tore, torn) off   riva av plunge somebody into guilt   vålla någon dåligt

samvete

flickering   flimrande shiny   blankputsad peep   kika threadbare   sliten yuk   usch

16 good stuff gold

Colin looked away from the Queen’s flickering face on the TV screen and down at the shiny black shoes peeping up at him from their box on the threadbare carpet. Yuk.

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World Fame

World Fame

Two Weeks with the Queen speech   tal The UK = The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland the Commonwealth   Brittiska

Samväldet fairness   rättvisa fair   rättvis

Colin and his family are watching the Queen of England give her Christmas speech on TV. The Queen is one of the most famous people in the world and she gives a speech every year to the people of the UK and the Commonwealth countries – including Australia where Colin lives. The queen talks about fairness, but life isn’t always fair. Especially when you don’t get what you want for Christmas. The Queen looked out across the Mudfords’ living room and wished everyone a happy Christmas.

scowl   se bister ut, rynka

ögonbrynen bet   slå vad om covered with   här: fullt med daggy   omodern, inte cool (Aus.)

Colin scowled. Easy for you, he thought. Bet you got what you wanted. Bet if you wanted a microscope you got a microscope. Bet your tree was covered with microscopes. Bet nobody gave you daggy school shoes for Christmas.

The Queen obviously couldn’t see them because she continued her Christmas Message without once chucking up. ‘. . . ridding our world of suffering and pain is not an easy goal,’ she was saying, ‘but we will achieve that goal if it is our sincere wish.’ Colin’s sincere wish was that the shoes would burst into flames and explode into pieces. But they didn’t, even though they were being shot at by a low-flying MiG fighter plane. Colin stared out the window at the dusty paddocks. The shimmering glare was painful to look at, but not as painful as the sight of Luke playing happily with his model plane. Why should that little whinger get exactly what he wanted, right down to the colour of the pilot’s helmet and the number of napalm canisters under the wings?

obviously   tydligen message   här: tal chuck up   kräkas rid   befria suffering   lidande pain   smärta achieve   uppnå sincere   uppriktig burst into flames   ta eld fighter plane   jaktflygplan

paddock   paddock (rastgård för

hästar) glare   ljus sight   åsyn whinger   gnällmåns helmet   hjälm canister   behållare

It wasn’t fair. ‘... fair share of the world’s resources for all the people,’ the Queen was saying. Colin looked at his parents. He hoped the Queen was making them feel guilty.

feel guilty   få dåligt samvete

It didn’t look as though she was. People who are riddled with guilt don’t usually cuddle up on the settee and fan each other with bits torn off a beer carton.

riddled with   full av cuddle up   krypa ihop, sitta

Colin stared at them for a while but that didn’t plunge them into guilt either, so he went back to watching the Queen.

tätt tillsammans settee   soffa fan   fläkta tear (tore, torn) off   riva av plunge somebody into guilt   vålla någon dåligt

samvete

flickering   flimrande shiny   blankputsad peep   kika threadbare   sliten yuk   usch

16 good stuff gold

Colin looked away from the Queen’s flickering face on the TV screen and down at the shiny black shoes peeping up at him from their box on the threadbare carpet. Yuk.

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World Fame prawn   räka

compose   författa, sätta ihop grateful   tacksam grab   här: dra till sig attention   uppmärksamhet lump   bit chop off   hugga av frown on   rynka på näsan åt,

ogilla legal   laglig

roar   dåna aircraft carrier   hangarfartyg HMS   Her Majesty’s Ship yukky   äcklig

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World Fame He wondered what it would be like to be that important. So important that it didn’t even matter if you spoke like a total prawn, millions of people all over the world would still sit down on Christmas afternoon and say shhhh and listen to you. In his head, Colin started composing a letter. ‘Dear Your Majesty The Queen, I would be very grateful if you could send some tips on how to grab people’s attention and make them listen to you, understand what you want for Christmas etc. Even though I’m twelve I might as well be a lump of wood for all the attention I get around this place. Also some tips on how to stop younger brothers getting everything. I understand that chopping their heads off has been used a bit in your family. This is frowned on in Australia so something legal please ... ’

‘Luke,’ said Mum, ‘we’re trying to listen to the Queen.’ ‘I don’t feel well,’ said Luke. Serves you right, thought Colin, for having three lots of icecream with your Chrissie pud.

serves you right   det är rätt åt dig pud   pudding

‘Serves you right,’ said Mum, ‘for having four lots of ice-cream with your Chrissie pud.’ Four? Colin couldn’t believe his ears. When he was eight he’d only been allowed two. Young kids today didn’t know how well off they were.

be well off   ha det bra

‘I feel sick,’ said Luke. ‘Try keeping the racket down a bit,’ said Dad, ‘and you’ll feel better.’

keep the racket down   vara lite

‘Probably a strain of heat-resistant bacteria in the Chrissie pud,’ said Colin. ‘Pity we haven’t got a microscope in the family, I could have run some tests and spotted it.’

strain   sort heat-resistant   värmetålig spot   här: upptäcka

Colin saw Mum and Dad swap a little glance that he wasn’t meant to see.

swap   utbyta glance   blick

They knew. They actually knew what he was busting for and they’d still given him shoes. Boy, wait till he had time to write that anonymous letter to the child welfare department.

bust for   här: längta efter child welfare   barnavård

tystare

Several loud explosions echoed around the shoe box as Luke roared in for another attack on the aircraft carrier HMS Yukky School Shoes.

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World Fame prawn   räka

compose   författa, sätta ihop grateful   tacksam grab   här: dra till sig attention   uppmärksamhet lump   bit chop off   hugga av frown on   rynka på näsan åt,

ogilla legal   laglig

roar   dåna aircraft carrier   hangarfartyg HMS   Her Majesty’s Ship yukky   äcklig

18 good stuff gold

World Fame He wondered what it would be like to be that important. So important that it didn’t even matter if you spoke like a total prawn, millions of people all over the world would still sit down on Christmas afternoon and say shhhh and listen to you. In his head, Colin started composing a letter. ‘Dear Your Majesty The Queen, I would be very grateful if you could send some tips on how to grab people’s attention and make them listen to you, understand what you want for Christmas etc. Even though I’m twelve I might as well be a lump of wood for all the attention I get around this place. Also some tips on how to stop younger brothers getting everything. I understand that chopping their heads off has been used a bit in your family. This is frowned on in Australia so something legal please ... ’

‘Luke,’ said Mum, ‘we’re trying to listen to the Queen.’ ‘I don’t feel well,’ said Luke. Serves you right, thought Colin, for having three lots of icecream with your Chrissie pud.

serves you right   det är rätt åt dig pud   pudding

‘Serves you right,’ said Mum, ‘for having four lots of ice-cream with your Chrissie pud.’ Four? Colin couldn’t believe his ears. When he was eight he’d only been allowed two. Young kids today didn’t know how well off they were.

be well off   ha det bra

‘I feel sick,’ said Luke. ‘Try keeping the racket down a bit,’ said Dad, ‘and you’ll feel better.’

keep the racket down   vara lite

‘Probably a strain of heat-resistant bacteria in the Chrissie pud,’ said Colin. ‘Pity we haven’t got a microscope in the family, I could have run some tests and spotted it.’

strain   sort heat-resistant   värmetålig spot   här: upptäcka

Colin saw Mum and Dad swap a little glance that he wasn’t meant to see.

swap   utbyta glance   blick

They knew. They actually knew what he was busting for and they’d still given him shoes. Boy, wait till he had time to write that anonymous letter to the child welfare department.

bust for   här: längta efter child welfare   barnavård

tystare

Several loud explosions echoed around the shoe box as Luke roared in for another attack on the aircraft carrier HMS Yukky School Shoes.

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World Fame skinny   mager charity   välgörenhet brow   panna furrow   fåras, rynkas inflict   tillfoga damage   skada battered   här: bombarderad cane chair   rottingstol gust   stormby scorching   brännhet plain   slätt branch   gren flap   fladdra screen door  ytterdörr (med

myggnät) drag oneself to one’s feet   släpa

sig upp thruster   raket lace-ups   snörskor glued   fastklistrad struggle   kämpa fortune   tur, framgång bull   skitsnack slouch   hasa sig

City Corner Luke came over and held out the MiG in a skinny hand. ‘Wanna go?’ Colin shook his head. That’s all he needed, charity from an eight-year-old. Luke’s pale brow furrowed for a second, then he was away, inflicting serious artillery damage to an already battered cane chair.

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I’m

‘Col, shut that screen door, old mate,’ said Dad.

Chalea Kepatanic and I’m fifteen years old. I want to tell you about my city and how great it is. Vancouver is on the west coast of Canada and is the largest city in British Columbia. It’s a coastal town with a harbour, placed between the mountains and the ocean. Vancouver is a city with a great heart, and one of the best places in the world to live!

Colin dragged himself to his feet. ‘Luke’d get there quicker,’ he muttered, ‘he’s got turbo thrusters and I’ve only got lace-ups.’ But Mum and Dad’s eyes were already glued back on the TV screen.

Here you can go skiing and snowboarding in the morning, watch whales on a harbour cruise ship as you eat your lunch, then go hiking in the sun in the afternoon. We just love the outdoors and all sports.

‘... in these difficult times,’ the Queen was saying, ‘we have to work and struggle for privilege and good fortune.’

Our family lives close to Stanley Park; one of my mum’s favourite things is to take the whole family on the 10 km cycle ride around the seawall. There are great views of the mountain, the ocean and the city. In the summer we stop for a picnic, then we visit the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre, one of North America’s five largest aquariums.

A gust of scorching wind swept in from the Western Plains and made the plastic branches of the Christmas tree flap wildly. Something in the kitchen started to bang.

‘Bull,’ said Colin loudly as he slouched out to the kitchen, ‘some people are born with it.’ Mum and Dad stared at the Queen. Colin stared at Luke.

There are loads of places to visit like Gastown, the old part of the city, the Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain, The Vancouver Lookout is 130 metres high – a great place to view the city. Vancouver has loads of museums and my favourite is the UBC Museum of Anthropology which is full of First Nations totem poles and carvings. There are lots of places to visit and every few months our family goes to a new attraction or museum. We started three years ago and there is still more to see and do.

Canad

From Two Weeks with the Queen by Morris Gleitzman.

20 good stuff gold

t i on ra

Living in a city is different to visiting and I love living here. For me it’s the people; we are warm and friendly and there is always something to do from concerts by rock bands to theatres in the park. ian Immig

harbour   hamn cruise ship   kryssare go hiking   vandra the outdoors   här: att vara ute i

det fria seawall   skyddsmur mot havet view   utsikt loads of   massor av anthropology   antropologi läran

om människans natur carving   träskulptur attraction   sevärdhet is nicknamed   kallas

Vanc o u v e r

– Just the Fac ts!

%& Vancouver city has a population people. The Greater Va ncouver area ha s 2.3 million peop le living in it. The third larg est movie industr y in North America after LA and New York.

g

h

of over 640,000

l Vancouver is nicknamed Hollywood North.

f

52% of the peop le do not speak English as their first language.

p. 15

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World Fame skinny   mager charity   välgörenhet brow   panna furrow   fåras, rynkas inflict   tillfoga damage   skada battered   här: bombarderad cane chair   rottingstol gust   stormby scorching   brännhet plain   slätt branch   gren flap   fladdra screen door  ytterdörr (med

myggnät) drag oneself to one’s feet   släpa

sig upp thruster   raket lace-ups   snörskor glued   fastklistrad struggle   kämpa fortune   tur, framgång bull   skitsnack slouch   hasa sig

City Corner Luke came over and held out the MiG in a skinny hand. ‘Wanna go?’ Colin shook his head. That’s all he needed, charity from an eight-year-old. Luke’s pale brow furrowed for a second, then he was away, inflicting serious artillery damage to an already battered cane chair.

Vancouver

»

 reetings from Fantastic Vancouver G in British Columbia, Canada

I’m

‘Col, shut that screen door, old mate,’ said Dad.

Chalea Kepatanic and I’m fifteen years old. I want to tell you about my city and how great it is. Vancouver is on the west coast of Canada and is the largest city in British Columbia. It’s a coastal town with a harbour, placed between the mountains and the ocean. Vancouver is a city with a great heart, and one of the best places in the world to live!

Colin dragged himself to his feet. ‘Luke’d get there quicker,’ he muttered, ‘he’s got turbo thrusters and I’ve only got lace-ups.’ But Mum and Dad’s eyes were already glued back on the TV screen.

Here you can go skiing and snowboarding in the morning, watch whales on a harbour cruise ship as you eat your lunch, then go hiking in the sun in the afternoon. We just love the outdoors and all sports.

‘... in these difficult times,’ the Queen was saying, ‘we have to work and struggle for privilege and good fortune.’

Our family lives close to Stanley Park; one of my mum’s favourite things is to take the whole family on the 10 km cycle ride around the seawall. There are great views of the mountain, the ocean and the city. In the summer we stop for a picnic, then we visit the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre, one of North America’s five largest aquariums.

A gust of scorching wind swept in from the Western Plains and made the plastic branches of the Christmas tree flap wildly. Something in the kitchen started to bang.

‘Bull,’ said Colin loudly as he slouched out to the kitchen, ‘some people are born with it.’ Mum and Dad stared at the Queen. Colin stared at Luke.

There are loads of places to visit like Gastown, the old part of the city, the Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain, The Vancouver Lookout is 130 metres high – a great place to view the city. Vancouver has loads of museums and my favourite is the UBC Museum of Anthropology which is full of First Nations totem poles and carvings. There are lots of places to visit and every few months our family goes to a new attraction or museum. We started three years ago and there is still more to see and do.

Canad

From Two Weeks with the Queen by Morris Gleitzman.

20 good stuff gold

t i on ra

Living in a city is different to visiting and I love living here. For me it’s the people; we are warm and friendly and there is always something to do from concerts by rock bands to theatres in the park. ian Immig

harbour   hamn cruise ship   kryssare go hiking   vandra the outdoors   här: att vara ute i

det fria seawall   skyddsmur mot havet view   utsikt loads of   massor av anthropology   antropologi läran

om människans natur carving   träskulptur attraction   sevärdhet is nicknamed   kallas

Vanc o u v e r

– Just the Fac ts!

%& Vancouver city has a population people. The Greater Va ncouver area ha s 2.3 million peop le living in it. The third larg est movie industr y in North America after LA and New York.

g

h

of over 640,000

l Vancouver is nicknamed Hollywood North.

f

52% of the peop le do not speak English as their first language.

p. 15

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ISBN 978-91-47-10429-1

Contents

© 2013 Annika Bayard, Andy Coombs, Roland Hagvärn, Kjell Johansson och Liber AB

projektledare och redaktör Ulrika Wendéus formgivning och omslag Sara Ånestrand bildredaktör Mikael Myrnerts illustrationer Lene Due Jensen produktion Christina de Besche omslagsfoto Pichugin Dmitry/Shutterstock

Första upplagan 1

repro Repro 8 AB, Stockholm tryck Kina 2013

kopieringsförbud

World Fame

6

Me on Wheels

The Great Wall of China

6

Using Wheels

53 54

British Holidays

98

Rex 8

BMX 56

Halloween in the USA

99

Nelson Mandela – A Portrait

12

Demolition Derby

58

Booking a Holiday Online

100

Two Weeks with the Queen

16

Rally Drivers

60

Travelling Tips

102

City Corner – Vancouver

21

Sporting Heroes on Wheels

62

Be my Valentine

104

Dina and Brian in Vancouver

22

A November Night

64

Christmas in Australia

106

City Corner – Christchurch

108

The Great Outdoors

109

Love & Friendship 23

Crime 67

Friendship Test

24

Was It a Crime?

68

Friendly Advice

26

Whose Fault was It?

70

Killer Chat-Up Lines

28

The Great Train Robbery

72

The Invisible Girl

30

Ronnie Biggs

74

Suspense 111

A Tricky One

33

Letter from the Inside

75

Maundy Thursday

112

Just a Couple of Kisses

34

City Corner – Las Vegas

78

Everyday Stuff

37

114 116

Gambling 79

Shatterproof 117

Dina and Brian in Las Vegas

City Corner – Bridgetown

80

The Everyday Life of a Human

BONUS-avtal tecknas mellan upphovsrättsorganisationer och huvudman för

Body 40

Gaming 81

Rasha’s Hobby

42

Pick a Game

82

The Wardrobe

44

Choosing a Game

84

City Corner – Singapore

50

Old Games Made New

86

straff (böter eller fängelse), skadestånd och beslag/förstöring av olovligt framställt material. Såväl analog som digital kopiering regleras i BONUS-avtalet. Läs mer på www.bonuspresskopia.se.

Liber AB, 113 98 Stockholm

tfn : 08-690 90 00 hemsida : www.liber.se kundservice tfn : 08-690 93 30, fax: 08-690 93 01 e-post : kundservice.liber@liber.se

123

Dina and Brian in Bridgetown,

The Future of Gaming

88

– Singapore’s Fun Island!

51

Bad for You?

90

Dina and Brian in Singapore

52

God’s Game

94

Sentosa Island

110

A Bad Feeling

elevers rätt att kopiera för undervisningsbruk enligt BONUS-avtal, är förbjuden.

Intrång i upphovsmannens rättigheter enligt upphovsrättslagen kan medföra

New Zealand

Just a Game?

Making Plans

38

Dina and Brian in Christchurch,

Las Vegas More than Just Detta verk är skyddat av upphovsrättslagen. Kopiering, utöver lärares och

utbildningsanordnare, t.ex. kommuner och universitet.

Holidays 97

Barbados 124

Word List

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