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A In your copy, go investigate. 1. Where and when is Eddie’s party taking place?


2. What is FlyHigh? 3. Name three activities you can do at FlyHigh. 4. Where will the guests dine? 5. How much do FlyHigh socks cost?


B In your copy, give your opinion. 1. Why do you think Eddie has chosen FlyHigh for his party?


2. Will everybody like the activities? Why/Why not? 3. What kind of dietary requirements would some people have? 4. Name some foods that you think will be served at the party. 5. Why is it important to RSVP to an invitation?


C Vocabulary


In your copy, write antonyms (opposites) from the text for the following words. 1. unfriendly 3. boring


2. night 4. cold


5. uncomfortable 7. outdoor 9. sell


diving piece decade


6. closed 8. finish


10. last


D Cloze procedure: ‘Trampolines’. Fill in the blanks. Olympic


stretched A trampoline is a device made up of a fun of strong fabric countries over


a steel frame using lots of coiled springs. The name comes from the Spanish ‘trampolín’, meaning a


trampoline in his garage in 1936. People bounce on trampolines for


for competitions. Trampolining became an sport in 2000. Many


have started developing trampolining programmes. China’s trampolining programme developed world- champion athletes in less than a


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board. A gymnast named George Nissen built the first modern and


Top tip!


RSVP is a French term, répondez, s’il vous plaît, meaning please reply.


Unit 2 | To Socialise 2


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