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Travel to a Foreign Country 1

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TRAVEL TO A FOREIGN COUNTRY I

Here are some useful words to know if you’re planning foreign travel. ambassador: official who represents his or her home country in another country citizenship:

the status of being an official member of a country

embassy: the building where an ambassador lives and works inoculations: shots, vaccinations passport: identification booklet needed for traveling to a foreign land visa: official written permission to visit another country

A. Unscramble each word and write it on the line.

1. A world traveler needs a

____________________ (sapsrotp) to show proof of ____________________ (zitshicnipe).

2. Some countries also require a traveler to show a

____________________ (savi) that grants permission to visit there.

3. To learn what documents a country requires, an American can call that country’s U.S. ____________________ (yesmabs) office.

4. The ____________________ (bamsasdora) or another official can answer your questions.

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Travel Budget

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TRAVEL BUDGET

A. The squares in the box are headed with the four F’s of a travel budget: Fuel, Fees, Fares, and Food. Read the definitions of four common travel expenses. Then classify each listed expense by writing it in the box.

Fuel: anything that is burned to give power

Fees: a charge for admission to or the use of something

Fares: money paid for transportation

Food: all things eaten

•airplane tickets

•motor oil

•bridge toll

•bus passes

•coffee shop breakfast

•zoo tickets

•gasoline

•museum admission

•snacks

FUEL FEES

•______________________ •______________________

•______________________ •______________________

•______________________

FARES FOOD

•______________________ •______________________

•______________________ •______________________

B. Which expenses take up most of a traveler’s budget? Circle the three items that usually cost the most. tours

lodging

meals transportation tips

postcards

souvenirs

snacks

attraction admissions

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Shopping From Home

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SHOPPING FROM HOME

Read the following letter from a merchandise catalog. Then complete the sentences below with boldfaced words from the letter. Context clues can help you choose the right words.

ROBIN’S ROOST

Dear Customer,

We hope you enjoy our spring edition of

Robin’s Roost, a catalog of fine products for your home. To place orders quickly, visit our website at www.robinsroost.com, or call our toll-free number,

1-800-772-1330.

Every in-stock order has a shipping time of 3 working days. Want faster service?

For a $6.00 rush fee, orders can be sent by Rockin’ Robin’s Express Delivery.

Robin’s Roost gladly accepts all major credit cards. Sorry, no C.O.D. orders.

We cheerfully refund the full merchandise price but cannot refund shipping and handling fees.

If you are paying by check, use our convenient mail-order form.

1. A book showing things for sale is a ________________________.

2. A long-distance phone number

that can be dialed without charge (usually beginning with

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Parts of a Book

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PARTS OF A BOOK

Unscramble the letters. Then write the unscrambled word from the box under its definition. Use a dictionary if you need help. chapter index table of contents appendix bibliography epilogue

1. one of the main parts into which a book is divided

(phetarc)

title page prologue

glossary

6. part added to the end of a story in which the author makes a comment or adds information

______________________________

(lipeoueg)

2. listing of chapters and subtopics ______________________________ and their page numbers; found at the beginning of the book

7. section added to the end of a book that has notes of

( b l e t a f o n e n t t o c s ) explanation or other items

______________________________ of interest

(ppexadin)

3. list of research sources or

writings on a certain subject

(logribahbiyp)

______________________________

______________________________

8. list of unfamiliar words and their meanings, often printed at the end of a book

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Going to Court 1

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GOING TO COURT I

Here are some words you would be likely to hear in a courtroom. affidavit: statement written by a person who swears it is the truth appeal: a request that a decision of a law court be reviewed by a higher court arraignment: the act of bringing someone before a court of law to answer charges bail: money left with a court of law as a guarantee that the arrested person will appear later in court for trial deposition: written statement of a witness under oath, not made in court, to be used later at a trial evidence: something that shows or proves something sentence: the court’s decision regarding the punishment to be given a person found guilty

Complete each sentence with a word from the box.

Use the first letters as clues.

1. The clues and the e____________________ seemed to prove that Arnold Samuels was a robber.

2. At the a____________________, Judge Whopper asked,

“How you do plead, Mr. Samuels? Guilty or not guilty?”

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