Workbook Flying High 5

Workbook Flying High 5

Compare the two photos of Cambridge. Use your sentences and any new ideas. Who is having more fun?
What do you think the people are doing in the pictures and why?
Would you like to do what they are doing?
Make notes and then practise orally. If you are not 100% sure of something, use I think and/or I imagine.

Workbook Flying High 5

Decide which of the summer course classes you would like to
join, and write a letter of application for a scholarship. Include
information to convince the Admissions Tutor that you are an
ideal candidate for the scholarship. Write between 100 and
150 words. Make sure you use the appropriate language from
2 Adult brain cells can be/used to be replaced by new ones.
3 An illness like Alzheimer’s probably damages memory/creates
new cells.

Workbook Flying High 5

4 It is commonly believed that picking up/being hit by a falling
coin will kill you.
5 If a falling coin hit you, you would be OK/never survive it.
6 The tallest buildings in the world are unlikely to be/regularly
struck by lightning.
5 Answer the questions.

Workbook Flying High 5

1 In line 6, what is them in: as soon as it touches them’?
2 In line 11, what does it refer to in: it is never replaced’?
3 What does it refer to in line 21: it will not drop fast

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