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1 Bestil venligst direkte på: Kopiering er u-økonomisk og forbudt til erhvervsformål. Break 5th Round Indhold Side 2 Jeopardy Letter Shifts 3 The Weather Forecast 4 5 Verbs in the Present Tense and in the Past Tense 6 7 Irregular Verbs 8 9 The Verb Game 10 What Does It Mean? Vocabulary Nets 11 Interview Alliteration Confusion Words He s (he is)/ He s (he has)/his Word Contractions 14 Crossword I 15 Confusion Words Their and There 16 Interrogative and Negative Sentences 17 Where to Put Not Concord Means of Transport 20 Reflexive Pronouns -self/-selves 21 Dramatizing Hands Letter Categories USA A short history USA 26 American English vs. British English 27 There (Concord) 28 Odd Man Out! Word Associations 29 Burglary Progressive Tense Non-Progressive Tense Forord 32 Word Grouping 33 The Genitive 34 The -body/-one/-thing Words 35 The Kidding Game 36 Confusion Words Where and Were 37 Nouns Change from the singular to the plural 38 Relative Pronouns Who and Which 39 Poems The Prepositions At/On/In Modal Verbs 44 Crossword II 45 What Are They Talking About? Adjectives Confusion Words It s (it is)/ It s (it has)/its What Do the Contractions Mean? Dialogue 50 Demonstrative Pronouns This/That These/Those 51 Word Order 52 Confusion Words Quiet, Quite and Quit 53 Projects The Three Golden S es Confusion Words 58 Money! List of Irregular Verbs English Danish Vocabulary Danish English Vocabulary Dette symbol betyder, at opgaven skal løses i et kladdehæfte. Break 5th Round er et supplerende materiale til engelskundervisningen i 7. klasse. Hæftet byder på et varieret udbud af skriftlige opgaver indeholdende især grammatik, tegnsætning og forvekslingsord samt et emne om USA. Herudover er der oplæg til digtning og stilskrivning, projektudarbejdelse samt spil, krydsordsopgaver, interviews, dramatisering og dialogudarbejdelse. Faglige termer bliver præsenteret som overskuelige tommelfingerregler. Grammatik er forklaret på dansk, mens opgavebeskrivelser og instruktioner er formuleret på engelsk. Nederst på alle sider i hæftet står et jeopardysvar. De tilhørende jeopardyspørgsmål kan findes på under bogopgaver. God arbejdslyst!

2 Jeopardy Here you have the answers. Ask the right questions. 1) A magazine in which you can read the daily news. 2) An animal with fins which can only live in water. 3) A big piece of cloth with which you can dry your body. 4) A fruit which is long, yellow, and a little curved. 5) The part of a house which is under ground level. 6) A man who repairs cars. 7) A white stick you can use to write on the blackboard with. 8) The sweet stuff bees create. 9) The tent in which a clown performs. 10) Dark glasses you use when the sun is very strong. 11) The thing you use when you lock or unlock a door. 12) A person who is taking care of your teeth. 13) If you break a leg, you get this material all over it. 14) A tool you use to cut hair with. 15) The thing you sit on if you ride. 16) A person who goes to the forest to shoot animals. 17) A round thing which two teams try to make goals with. 18) A male cow. 19) The alphabet consists of it. 20) The room in a house where you prepare the food. Letter Shifts Work in Pairs. Find words to which you can add one or two letters and get a very different meaning. It has to be either a noun or an adjective. Examples: ace race At the bottom of each page you will find new Jeopardy answers. Make the correct questions. On bogopgaver/engelsk/break5 you will find the key. rain train song strong 2 A sport in which you use a club Forlaget Delta Break 5.indd 2 7/4/ :27:49 PM

3 The Weather Forecast Look horizontally and vertically. h u r r i c a n e x f f b d l g t o r n a d o r c w i n d l h j h d g e k i s h a d e u m r h e w n f g h d a m p y x z a d l i g h t n i n g e r y s u n s h i n e g e m f r o s t u c s n o w s h o w e r n y h a z e p a f e b j d s t o r m m i s t o v e r c a s t s l i p p e r y c a l m Find the words. blæsende koldt torden dis frost fryse fugt glat lyn tornado orkan tørt overskyet tåge(1) regnbyge tåge(2) skygge varmt hagl hede isglat sne solskin storm vind vindstille vådt Make a short essay in which you use some of the words. You can work alone or together with a classmate. Break 5th Round A large nut with milk inside 3 Break 5.indd 3 7/4/ :27:51 PM

4 Verbs in the Present Tense and in the Past Tense Udsagnsord i nutid ender næsten altid på -s, hvis grundleddet er eller kan erstattes af he, she eller it. Eks.: Joe plays football. Udsagnsord i datid, der er regelmæssigt bøjet, ender altid på -ed. Eks.: They enjoyed their holidays. A) Put in the verbs in the brackets in the present tense and in the correct form: 1) Do you often a computer (use)? 2) Ann in London (live). 3) He like a dolphin (dive). 4) She poker twice a week (play). 5) I very hard (work). 6) The car (turn). 7) The cook the meat (grill). 8) It nice (smell). 9) We a lot of TV (watch). 10) She like a film star (act). 11) He badly (behave). 12) Bob exactly like his father (look). 13) The postman seldom his letters (drop). 14) They really each other (love). 15) He his new job (like). 16) She to become rich (want). 17) My aunt too much (talk)! B) Inflect the inserted verbs as shown. Infinitive form (to) Present tense (right now he) Past tense (yesterday he) Present perfect (he has) Pluperfect (he had) to use he uses he used he has used he had used to live he lives he lived he has lived he had lived 4 Means of transport of 60,000-70,000 kg, able to move with a speed of about 900 km/h Forlaget Delta Break 5.indd 4 7/4/ :27:54 PM

5 C) Write the verbs from exercise A in the past tense: Keywords:? D) Create your own crossword puzzle. Start by deciding the keyword or key sentence. Swap paper with a classmate and do the exercise. Break 5th Round The biggest island in the world 5 Break 5.indd 5 7/4/ :27:58 PM

6 Irregular Verbs Det er en rigtig god ting at kende de uregelmæssige udsagnsord, for møder man et udsagnsord, man ikke kender fra listen over de uregelmæssige udsagnsord (side 59-60), så er udsagnsordet regelmæssigt bøjet og ender på -ed i datid. Det kræver lidt knofedt at lære dem, men det er en rigtig god investering! Aftal i klassen, at I til hver engelsklektion bøjer 5 eller 10 uregelmæssige udsagnsord i jeres hæfte, og at I i klassen siger dem højt på skift. Det er altså vigtigt både at skrive dem og at sige dem. OBS! Ved hver af tiderne er der skrevet nogle få hjælpeord i en parentes for at gøre det nemmere for dig at huske, hvordan den enkelte tid dannes. Første uregelmæssige udsagnsord på listen side 59 er: arise (opstå) arose, arisen Af det første ord (arise) dannes navneform og nutid: 1) Navneform: Sæt to foran på samme måde, som du sætter at foran på dansk = to arise, dvs. skriv bare ordet, som det står trykt. Så kommer den danske oversættelse af ordet i en parentes (opstå). Det skal du ikke bruge til andet end at vide, hvad ordet betyder. 2) Nutid: Brug right now, fordi tingene foregår lige nu og her, og brug he for at vænne dig til at sætte -s på udsagnsord, når grundleddet er 3. person ental = he arises. Husk nu s et! Af det andet ord (arose) dannes datid: 3) Datid: Er anden form af ordet, dvs. arose. Det skal du også bare skrive, som det står trykt. Af tredje form (arisen) dannes nutids tillægsform og datids tillægsform: 4) Førnutid: Ligesom på dansk bruges hjælpeudsagnsordet to have til at fortælle hvad han har gjort, eller hvad der er sket. Også her skal du bruge he for at huske, at det hedder has i 3. person ental = he has arisen. 5) Førdatid: På tilsvarende vis bruges hjælpeudsagnsordet to have, der i datid hedder had = he had arisen. Det andet uregelmæssige udsagnsord: awake (vågne) awoke/awaked, awaked/awoken er et eksempel på, at nogle af ordene kan bøjes både regelmæssigt og uregelmæssigt. 6 Face painting mostly used by females Break 5.indd 6 7/4/ :28:01 PM

7 Inflect the next nine words from the list on pp as shown in the example. When you have completed the form, make a similar form in your notebook and inflect the rest of the irregular verbs on the list. See the list of irregular verbs pp Infinitive (to) Present tense (right now he) Past tense (yesterday he) Present Perfect (he has) Pluperfect (he had) to arise he arises he arose he has arisen he had arisen to awake he awakes he awaked/awoke he has awaked/awoken he had awaked/awoken Break 5th Round A glass plate with a thin layer of aluminium in which things are reflected 7 Break 5.indd 7 7/4/ :28:03 PM

8 The Verb Game Four irregular verbs in a row Play in groups of three, four or five students. One has to be the supervisor, who only controls the other students inflections. He or she can look at the list of irregular verbs on pp If you play the game more than once, another student can be the supervisor. You need one dice, a counter and a pen in different colours for each player. You also need to copy the game in the number of times you want to play. Now the game can start: Throw the dice and move your counter in any direction you want. The important thing is to get four verbs in a row in any direction and as many times as possible. When you land on a verb, you must inflect it like this: 1) To be (the infinitive) 2) He is (the present you should always use 3rd person singular form of the verb in order to remember the s). 3) He was (the past) 4) He has been (the perfect) 5) He had been (the pluperfect) If you succeed the inflection, you have won the square and you can paint it with your coloured pen. If you do not succeed, you can get help from the supervisor, but then you have not won the square. No matter if you manage to win a square or not, the turn passes on to the next player when you have had your try. When the game stops, the winner is the one with the largest number of FOUR VERBS IN A ROW! 8 A hot object in the sky at about 5,500 degrees Celsius/9,900 degrees Fahrenheit Forlaget Delta Break 5.indd 8 7/4/ :28:05 PM

9 Four Verbs in a Row Game Board hear bend keep deal hit pay drive meet fly run catch read shoot find build say eat send blow make drink sit be forget sing have ring buy go sleep fight lose speak think cost sell steal teach beat freeze wake weep dream stand tell know bet see hide sweep leave come wear fall win bind ride write do swear cut swim take break give wind draw get bring choose feel bite Break 5th Round A sausage in an oblong bun covered with ketchup, mustard, and onions 9 Break 5.indd 9 7/4/ :28:05 PM

10 What Does It Mean? A) Work with a classmate. Choose the right meaning from the box. Use a dictionary if necessary. 1. It is raining cats and dogs 2. She had a sweet tooth 3. He made it out 4. They gave him the cold shoulder 5. She has lost her tongue 6. He is a real pain in the arse 7. He is a bit thin on the top 8. I have butterflies in my stomach a) He is loosing his hair b) She fainted c) He found out how to do it d) He was in prison e) She liked goodies m) We had to spend less money f) I think something is wrong g) They did not want to talk to him h) He is really annoying B) Write a story in which you use some of the idioms. Vocabulary Nets Foods Add as many words as possible. peach 9. He is broke 10. I smell a rat 11. I am all ears 12. I have had it 13. I am over the moon 14. We had to cut down 15. She passed out 16. He was behind bars i) I am extremely happy j) It is raining heavily k) She cannot say a word l) I am listening n) He has no money o) I am feeling nervous p) It is too much/i have done everything that is possible or will be permitted FRUITS MEATS pork tea DRINKS cucumber VEGETABLES Questionnaire 1. What is your favourite kind of food? 2. Which kind of food do you dislike? Interview a classmate and ask the same questions. 10 Two metal tubes you look through to see things clearly from a long distance Forlaget Delta Break 5.indd 10 7/4/ :28:07 PM

11 Interview Make an interview with a classmate. Here are some ideas for your questions: - interests - where he/she lives - former attended schools - expectations to English lessons - a country he/she wants to visit - the last book he/she has read - a film he/she likes - his/her favourite music - something he/she likes to do - a place he/she is especially fond of - his/her favourite meal - something he/she does not like - a person he/she admires - something he/she would like to do - etc. Present your classmate standing behind his/her chair telling about him/her as if it was yourself: I... Alliteration Choose a letter from the alphabet and write a sentence including as many words as possible starting with the letter. E.g.: Four funny friends found five fighting Frenchmen from France. Who can make the longest sentence? Break 5th Round To use a machine to cut the grass 11 Break 5.indd 11 7/4/ :28:08 PM

12 Confusion Words He s (he is)/he s (he has)/his 1) He s er en sammentrækning af he + is. Eks.: He s a fireman. Eller: 2) He s er en sammentrækning af he + has. Eks.: He s found his stolen bike. 3) His betyder hans på dansk. Eks.: I think that his feet are bigger than mine. Sammentrækninger som disse bruges normalt kun i talesprog og altså ikke på skrift, undtagen når man nedskriver direkte tale. Put in he s (he is), he s (he has) and his correctly. 1) a farmer and always been good to animals. 2) revealed that actually an Englishman, but father was Danish. 3) told me that dog is best friend. 4) I am afraid that hurt leg on bike. 5) mother says that fast asleep. 6) taller than brother and father. 7) not disposed to pay part of the bill. stingy! 8) just bought first electric shaver. 9) This is my cat; name is Merlin and a skilful mouse catcher! 10) only twelve even though he looks as if fifteen. 11) an honest guy and friends say that never told a lie. 12 Most grown-up men use it every day to remove unwanted hair Forlaget Delta Break 5.indd 12 7/4/ :28:11 PM

13 12) just been to London to visit relatives. 13) travelled in Australia and travelled in America. But never been to Germany before. 14) a serious person and parents are very proud of work. 15) good looking and been to college; but manners are really bad! 16) fallen in love with best friend s sister. 17) a mechanic like father and uncle. 18) favourite cook is and always will be mother! 19) been playing football with cousins. 20) sister tells that had first real love affair. Word Contractions What does the contractions mean? Write the contracted words on the lines: don t wasn t isn t doesn t let s shouldn t hasn t we re I m can t she s haven t you re aren t we ll I ve he s couldn t they ve hadn t Break 5th Round The largest living mammal in the world 13 Break 5.indd 13 7/4/ :28:15 PM

14 Crossword I Across Down 2 family member 18 colour 1 boy s name 23 dessert 3 town 20 walk 3 thief 24 city 4 food 22 close 6 answer 25 still 5 animal 26 time 7 sport 28 planet 7 a good time 27 spend 8 something in the sky 29 all right 9 furniture 9 day of the week 30 adjective 11 month 10 drink 31 strange 13 building 12 clothes 32 cut 15 flower 14 season 16 tool 19 you can give a. 17 pet 21 it can open a door 14 It is made of metal, wood, or plastic and you grab it when you open a door Forlaget Delta Break 5.indd 14 7/4/ :28:18 PM

15 Confusion Words Their and There Their = deres There = der Eksempler: Their house has just been sold. Oh, there you are! Put in the correct word: 1) mother said that all of a sudden was a strange noise. 2) Right you see my school. 3) If you ask me, noses are quite too big! 4) neighbour ruined flowers. 5) Yes, were many people at party. 6) father had left bikes. 7) They were angry because dog had destroyed shoes. 8) uncle loved garage; he kept all tools. 9) They went with friends. 10) While we were we enjoyed swimming pool and tennis court. 11) America is called over. I would really like to go! 12) pencils broke and rubbers disappeared. 13) Louise and Sean went with children. 14) was not much to say about reaction. 15) is Peter! He is son. 16) When they were, favourite activity was bowling. 17) How come feet are so big and legs are so small? 18) was actually nothing for them to do. 19) They spent holidays with grandparents. 20) food was very good, so they decided to stay. Break 5th Round The part of a car which increases the speed when you step on it 15 Break 5.indd 15 7/4/ :28:19 PM

16 Interrogative and Negative Sentences Ved spørgende og nægtende sætninger bruges do som hjælpeudsagnsord. Når grundleddet er he, she, it eller ord, der kan erstatte dem, ender 3. person ental som regel på -s. Sætningerne nedenfor er skrevet i talesprog, og derfor må der gerne bruges sammentrækninger som: I do not = I don t She does not = She doesn t HUSK det skal hænge sammen med n t. Put in to do in the present tense and in the correct form: 1) She n t know her neighbour. 2) you want another coke? 3) I really have to go to school today? 4) It n t last long. 5) Where you work? 6) Joe and I n t like swimming. 7) you all like hamburgers? 8) He n t want to go to bed now. 9) anybody know anything about this? 10) My cat n t sleep much. 11) you want to go for a walk? 12) Ice creams n t last long in our house! 13) you mind moving your bag a little? 14) I n t like to go to bed early. To do i nutid Ental 1st person I do 2nd person you do 3rd person he, she, it does Flertal 1st person we do 2nd person you do 3rd person they do 15) he do the cooking today? 16) It n t rain much here. 17) she work at the baker s? 18) It n t matter! 19) you feel all right? 16 A long stick with a line and a hook at the end, used to catch a special kind of animals Forlaget Delta Break 5.indd 16 7/4/ :28:21 PM

17 Where to Put Not Not placeres efter udsagnsordet som i sammentrækninger Tænk bare på: isn t doesn t wasn t couldn t I sammensatte udsagnsled placeres not efter det første udsagnsord. Eksempler: 1) My sister does like fish. The cat did not like water. I cannot find my keys. They are not ready yet. Put in not at the correct place. Read the sentences aloud consistent with colloquial language. 2) They have been here since Thursday. 3) He should have done that. 4) You can go to town today. 5) She is my sister. 6) We are leaving now. 7) My shirt is black, it is dark blue. 8) You have taken your medicine. 9) My grandmother s hair is black any longer. 10) The computers were installed. 11) I did mean to hurt you. 12) Suddenly I could remember what had actually happened. 13) Your hands are cold. 14) We could have had a better holiday. 15) She has earned a lot of money. 16) Maria is my brother s girlfriend. 17) It is true! 18) They were very fond of swimming. 19) It was easy! 20) They could even write their own names! Break 5th Round Table, chair, bed, sofa, bookshelf Break 5.indd 17 7/4/ :28:23 PM

18 Concord Udsagnsord i nutid To drive i nutid Ental 1st person I drive 2nd person you drive 3rd person he, she, it drives Flertal 1st person we drive 2nd person you drive 3rd person they drive A) Put in the verbs in the present tense and in the correct form: 1) She a lot of books (read). 2) Peter often (smile). 3) We to go to the cinema (like). 4) I ten kilometres every second day (run). 5) The cat a wonderful black fur (have). 6) The detective usually what he for (find/search). 7) It a lot here (rain). 8) I to ask you a question (want). 9) His teeth strong and white (look). 10) Every summer she her garden chairs (paint). 11) You too much chocolate, I (eat/think). 12) He like a dream (sing). 13) They very hard (work). 14) The sun brightly today (shine). 15) I simply my bike (love)! Alle udsagnsord i nutid, undtagen mådesudsagnsordene, ender på -s i 3. person ental. Eksempler: The telephone rings. The dog barks a lot. She drinks tea every day. My brother plays too much poker. Susan takes care of children. It sounds good. 16) Next week he to Australia (go). 17) You a lot of money this summer (earn). 18) My father the lawn (mow). 19) She she to see him again soon (say/hope). 20) My grandmother often her glasses (forget) people singing and playing the drums, the guitars, and the keyboard Forlaget Delta Break 5.indd 18 7/4/ :28:28 PM

19 B) Find the verbs and underline them. How many are there? bright travel wrong sour write scary quick search jump white handsome odd upset smell forgetful try pleased wise funny awful climb watch tall borrow loud heavy consist teach educate delighted sleepy slip pass huge train curious rapid study yellow wear C) Which word class does the rest of the words belong to? D) Write a brief story in your notebook in which you use a lot of verbs in the present tense. E) Change your story from the present tense to the past tense. Means of Transport Find the words horizontally and vertically. Write the words in your notebook. s k a t e b o a r d s m u v e b a l l o o n c o b a r b i c y c l e o t m n o j b f p r a m o o a s p a c e c r a f t r r o l l e r s k a t e c i x a c a r b o a t r y n m n j q y c a n o e c e h e l i c o p t e r l u w h e e l c h a i r e t a n d e m j m o p e d v t r u c k b k a y a k Break 5th Round The part of a dog s body which is moving from side to side when it is happy 19 Break 5.indd 19 7/4/ :28:31 PM

20 Reflexive Pronouns -self/-selves Ental 1st person I wash myself 2nd person you wash yourself 3rd person Flertal he washes she washes it washes himself herself itself 1st person we wash ourselves 2nd person you wash yourselves 3rd person they wash themselves Put in the correct reflexive pronoun: 1) The dog bit in its tail. 2) We blamed for the bad situation. 3) I made another sandwich. 4) Excuse me, son, but I think you made a complete fool of! 5) She told that he was no good. 6) They assured that everything was OK. 7) We have decided to throw into the public debate. 8) He was so lonely that he often wrote letters. 9) I have convinced that this is the right thing to do. 10) You must all behave! 11) The pony liked to watch in the mirror. 12) The baby girl threw to the ground in anger. 13) He bit in his lip. Hvis der er en, ender ordet på -self. Hvis der er flere, ender ordet på -selves. Eks.: I bought myself a new shirt. 14) All of a sudden we found in the middle of a fight. 15) They enjoyed in the amusement park. They told themselves that it was just an accident. 16) I have made a new aim. 17) She knitted a lovely sweater. 18) He hurt more than he admitted. 19) Rita, you simply must forgive! 20) They wanted to show what they were really able to do. 20 The parts of the body which most people regularly have to cut Forlaget Delta Break 5.indd 20 7/4/ :28:33 PM

21 Dramatizing Hands Have fun! Work in pairs. Make a fantastic story about: - What it is like to have a job as a doctor, a sports reporter, a postman etc. - Interviewing your favourite actor/singer/sports star etc. - How you fought a mugger in New York - Fishing and suddenly finding a straw hat on your hook - Getting new neighbours who behave very strangely or something completely different! Perform in front of class like this: One of you is telling the story. You are standing up with your hands on your back. The other one is standing behind you gesticulating with his/her hands in front of you in order to support the story. The one at the back might add suitable sounds when appropriate. Letter Categories Choose five categories and one letter. Write down a word in each category starting with the letter. You do not have to fill in all boxes. Examples of categories name food town clothes colour job sports country noun animal number flower adjective furniture car idol Do like this: Letter Job Name Car Country Food C chauffeur Charles Chevrolet Canada cherry Break 5th Round The two main groups of people fighting in the old Wild West 21 Break 5.indd 21 7/4/ :28:35 PM

22 USA A short history America was discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1492, and that was the starting signal for especially the Portuguese and Spanish emigration to America. By the end of the 15th century the Englishmen joined the other Europeans colonization of America. The emigrants travelled by ship from Europe, sometimes for months, to settle down typically along the East coast of America, and they claimed their settlements as belongings to their home countries. In the middle of the 18th century big conflicts cropped up between the British colonies and the mother country. Britain had been at war with France in order to maintain the colonies; the war had required tremendous costs, which Britain had had to pay and the colonies had reaped the benefits from it. Britain found that unfair. On the other hand the 13 British colonies in America at that time had no representation in Parliament of London and thereby no real influence on political decisions. And Britain tried to force the colonies to buy certain goods and pay certain taxes. The colonies found that unfair. The result was the Declaration of Independence in It was worked out especially by Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin made a great effort for the British accept of the independence of the American states. George Washington had been a successful chief of the army during the war against the French, and in 1789 he became the first president of the union between the American states. In the latter half of the 16th century England had also entered slave trade, the import of slaves from Africa to America, and it took place for more than 200 years. It was awful; people, and especially young and strong people, were stolen and taken away from their families and country for never to return. Husbands were parted from wives and children from their parents. They were all sold in different directions for never to see each other again. In general slaves were badly treated: they had to work hard for their masters, many of them starved, they were beaten up for minor offences, their hands were cut off if they stole in order to survive, and many of them were killed for almost no reason. In fact slavery was most of the reason for the American Civil War ( ) between the Southern and Northern states. The South wanted to maintain slavery because they needed the labour in their tobacco-, sugar cane-, and cotton fields, while the Northern states wanted to abolish slavery. 22 The fruit used to make wine Forlaget Delta Break 5.indd 22 7/4/ :28:38 PM

23 About 620,000 men were killed by diseases and in the battlefield and many more were wounded in a civil war that drained villages and towns for several generations of men. Many cities at that time were almost only inhabited by old people, women, and children. Actually, in 1792 Denmark was the first European country to abolish slave trade. Great Britain followed in 1807 and the USA in In spite of this, illegal slave trade continued at the same extends as the legal ones far into the 19th century. A terrible effect of slavery was racism. Especially in America it has been a great problem: black people have been regarded inferior to white people, and they have not had the same rights as whites considering schools, housing, education, public transportation etc. The Ku Klux Klan was an organization of very often well-educated white citizens, who persecuted black people, burned down their poor homes, and killed them. The Klan members were disguised in white dresses and hoods with holes for their eyes and mouths. Their symbol was a burning cross, which they raised every time they had committed their crimes and to terrify people. A well-known American, who has been fighting for the civil rights of the black Americans in a non-violent way, was the civil rights campaigner, Martin Luther King. He was assassinated in Today the United States of America consists of 50 states. Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 1) When you have found the states and famous cities (p. 24), plot in the cities on the map (p. 25). Make a red spot next to them. 2) Choose a state, a famous city, a famous person, or tourist attraction and find information about it. Present your subject in class. Break 5th Round A strong circling whirlwind tearing up everything on its way 23 Break 5.indd 23 7/4/ :28:40 PM

24 USA Find states and famous cities. n e w y o r k n e b r a s k a p a m a r k a n s a s e l p a s o s i s a l t l a k e c i t y x r h a h k a n s a s h a b c j s t v m i u h b k j x o l o h s a l i i n t o x a l o u i s i a n a l i g a m z r x m s f t c n f n l n t h a j i j a t o o a d r d e d o h i o z w h o r n g i a a m i n n e s o t a n n x o e n m e a u s t i n j l j i w x g c a t n d a l l a s b x a z w o i r i a j g p l o s a n g e l e s i c o l o r a d o n t e x a s c l o m e m p h i s y i d a h o o l d e n v e r j x u i l a r e d o Write the place names on the lines. 24 The part of your body which is used to provide oxygen Forlaget Delta Break 5.indd 24 7/4/ :28:42 PM

25 Map of USA Break 5th Round The two groups of people fighting each other for many years in Northern Ireland 25 Break 5.indd 25 7/4/ :28:43 PM

26 American English vs. British English The Danish word is translated into American English, but you have to find the corresponding British English word in a Danish/English dictionary. Write the words on the lines. Danish American English British English 1) bagagerum trunk boot 2) benzin gasoline 3) bil auto 4) ble diaper 5) bukser pants 6) dåse can 7) elevator elevator 8) ferie vacation 9) fodbold soccer 10) fortov sidewalk 11) franske kartofler potato chips 12) (en) fyr guy 13) kiks cracker 14) knallert motorbike 15) lastbil truck 16) lejlighed apartment 17) lommelygte flashlight 18) lommepenge allowance 19) motorvej superhighway 20) slik candy 21) sodavand coke 22) spiritus liquor 23) sut pacifier 24) taxa cab 25) viskelæder eraser 26 The four seasons Forlaget Delta Break 5.indd 26 7/4/ :28:44 PM