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1 Level 1 Reading Worksheet No.4 Topic/s: Unit 4 Architecture Vocabulary Review: Complete the sentences by choosing the correct word in the box. hurricanes storm huge occasionally tracks continue peak category region 1. There is a tree in front of our college. 2. She stopped studying because she had to work, now she wants to. 3., I go to Salalah with my friends. 4. Many mountaineers like to climb Mt. Everest and reach its. 5. Our village is in Al Batinah. 6. My father my brother s way. 7. are very dangerous, they are very big storms. 8. It s raining cats and dogs! I think there is a. Read and understand the passages below to answer the activities below. World's largest building opens in China There are many things in China that are the biggest in the world. The latest one is the world's largest building. It is called the New Century Global Center. It opened this week in Chengdu, Sichuan province. It is 500 meters long, 400 meters wide and 100 meters high. The area inside is 1.76 million square meters. The building is so big that 20 Sydney Opera Houses can go inside. It is almost three times the size of the Pentagon. Thousands of workers built the huge building in three years. The center is part of an important plan to make Chengdu a 21st-century city. The inside of the center is almost like a small city. There are around 400,000 square meters of shopping space, a 15-screen movie theater and an ice rink. There are also offices, hotels, a Mediterranean village and a water park. The building's owners hope it will bring business and tourists from across the world. It is part of Chengdu's plan to be world famous. Around 14 million people live in the city, but that will increase. The city is one of China's most important areas for business. The area is also home to the world's largest giant panda nature reserve. 1. TRUE / FALSE: Read the headline. Guess if a-h below are true (T) or false (F). a. The world's largest building is now an army headquarters in China. T / F b. The building is 100 meters high and 500 meters long. T / F c. 20 Sydney Opera Houses could fit inside the building. T / F d. It took 13 years to build. T / F e. There are 400,000 small stores in the building. T / F f. The building has a village that looks European. T / F g. 14 million people will use the building every week. T / F h. The city with the building is also famous for pandas. T / F 1

2 2. Synonym Match: Match the following synonyms from the article. 1. collection a. huge 2 addition b. set 3. amazing c. motto 4. enormous d. copy 5. slogan e. extra 6. theater f. areas 7. competitions g. cinema 8. replica h. contests 9. attract i. unbelievable 10. regions j. win over 3. Comprehension Questions: 1. What is China building a collection of? 2. When did the building open? 3. What is the width of the building? 4. How many times bigger than the Pentagon is it? 5. What is the city's slogan? 6. How much shopping space is inside the building? 7. What is big enough for international competitions? 8. What is there a copy of inside the building? 9. What is the population of Chengdu? 10. What lives in Chengdu's nature reserve? 2

3 Level 1 Reading Worksheet No.4 Topic/s: Unit 4 Architecture Vocabulary List: Match the words to their meanings: 1. famous 2. architecture 3. modern 4. architect 5. tomb 6. symbolize 7. skyscraper 8. platform 9. panoramic 10. unusual a. a person who designs building b. a burial chamber for dead people c. a higher floor for performers or speakers d. a very beautiful scenery e. very well-known f. to represent g. not common h. designing and making buildings i. very tall buildings j. new Do intensive reading and complete the tables below about Taj Mahal and Bank of China Tower. (Refer to page 23 of your book) building Taj Mahal built by located date building type skyscraper made of glass, steel style Islamic other information Comprehension Questions: 1. How are the two buildings different? 2. What do you think they are made of? 3. Where are they situated? 4. Who do you think build them? Why? 3

4 Complete the description. Use the words and phrases in the box. because so are made of there is there are have were built on the outside in the center are located The Tower Houses of Yemen The Tower Houses of Yemen 1. in the old city of Sana a, the capital of Yemen. These houses are very beautiful and unusual, 2. many visitors come to Yemen to see them. They 3. by local builders and they are hundreds of years old. They 4. stone and brick. The buildings are tall and they at least five floors. 6. of the house is the main staircase. This goes up to all of the floors. The family members usually live on the upper floors. They do not live on the ground floor or the first floor 7. these floors are for food and animals. On the top floor 8. usually a large sitting room. Visitors come there to chat and drink tea. 9. walls of the buildings there are beautiful decorations, such as stars and snakes. 10. also decorations around the windows and the doors. 4

5 Level 1 Reading Worksheet No.4 Topic/s: Unit 4 Architecture British Museum has most successful year The British Museum in London had its most successful year ever in More than 6.7 million visitors passed through its doors. The previous record of 5.9 million was set in Over a million more people visited the museum last year than in The biggest attractions were two big exhibitions. One was Life and Death in Pompeii, the other was Herculaneum. The director of the museum said he was very happy that so many people came. He told reporters that many things happened last year. Many exhibits were loaned to the museum. He also said online access meant more people decided to visit. He added: "This is truly a dynamic collection that belongs to and is used by a global citizenship." The British Museum has many exhibitions about human history and culture. It has about 13 million exhibits from all over the world. Some countries want the museum to return some of them. Greece wants the Elgin Marbles back. They were originally from the Parthenon in Athens. China wants the museum to return many things the British took from China in the 19th century, and Egypt wants the Rosetta Stone. The museum first opened to the public in Back then, only about 75 people a day visited it. They could look at 71,000 objects, including 40,000 printed books, 7,000 manuscripts, and many stuffed animals, birds and insects. There were also very old objects from Egypt, Greece, Rome, the Near East, the Far East, and North and South America. 1. TRUE / FALSE: Read the headline. Guess if a-h below are true (T) or false (F). a. 67 million people visited the British Museum in T / F b. The British Museum had 5.9 million visitors in T / F c. The biggest attractions in 2013 were on Pompeii and Herculaneum. T / F d. The museum's director said the Internet meant fewer visitors. T / F e. The British Museum has around 13 million exhibits. T / F f. Greece wants the Rosetta Stone returned to Greece. T / F g. The British Museum opened to the public in the 17th century. T / F h. The museum contained about 40,000 books when it first opened. T / F 2. Multiple Choices: Choose the correct answer to the question. 1. How many people visited the British Museum in 2013? a) 6,700,000 b) 7.6 million 6. When did Britain take many things from China? a) at the beginning of the last century b) last week 5

6 c) 76,000,000 d) 670,000 c) 1849 d) in the 19th century 2. When was the previous record set? 7. When did the British Museum first open to the public? a) 2006 b) 2007 c) 2008 d) 2009 a) 1579 b) 1759 c) 1597 d) How did the museum's director feel? 8. How many visitors did the British Museum have when it first opened? a) wonderful b) happy c) surprised d) bored a) about 75 a week b) about 750 a week c) about 750 a day d) about 75 a day 4. Who did the director speak to about many 9. How many manuscripts did the museum things happening last year? a) other museum directors b) visitors c) his wife d) reporters 5. How many exhibits does the British Museum have? a) about 13 million b) about 30,000,000 c) around 1.3 million d) around 130,000 originally have? a) 5,000 b) 6,000 c) 7,000 d) 8, What two countries are mentioned in the last sentence? a) Egypt and South America b) Greece and Egypt c) the Far East and Rome d) Rome and Greece 3. Expressing your opinions. a) What did you think when you read the headline? b) What springs to mind when you hear the word 'museum'? c) What's the best museum you've ever been to? d) What are the best museums in your town / city? e) What do you know about the British Museum? f) Do you think museums should be free to enter? g) Would a museum about your life be interesting? h) Are all museums important? i) Do you think museums in other countries are more or less interesting than those in your own country? j) Would you like to work in a museum? 6

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