UNIT 3, 3C Listening, The body’s limits, page 33
Both show people doing physically challenging activities in extreme conditions. In photo A, the people are walking in a desert in extreme heat. They are lightly dressed and carrying rucksacks. If they aren’t careful, they could become dehydrated and even die. In photo B, there is a climber sitting outside a tent in the mountains. He’s wearing an oxygen mask to help him breathe at this high altitude.
1 F They died after 30–40 seconds.
3 F The pressure dropped to almost zero for 27 seconds.
5 F He slept for almost 15 hours
UNIT 3, 3B Grammar, 3D Grammar, Future continuous and future perfect, page 34
In the last photo, the people have bigger eyes, larger noses and nostrils, larger brains and foreheads and darker skin.
1 will have
2 will be
future perfect 5: How will the human body have changed in 100,000 years? As a result, our eyelids will have become thicker …; Our nostrils will have grown larger …; The size of our skull will have increased …; our brain will have got larger.
future continuous 2: Humans will be living in other pats of the solar system.; … we will be using a nano-chip inside our head …
1 will have finished
2 will be working
3 won’t be living
4 will have told
5 will be shining
6 won’t be playing
in 100,000 years; In the distant future
2 I think / don’t think most people will be living to 200 100 years from now.
3 I think / don’t think new diseases will have appeared in 1,000 years’ time.
4 I think / don’t think a human will have run 100 m in five seconds by the end of the century.
5 I think / don’t think computers will be managing all major companies in the foreseeable future.
6 I think / don’t think the Earth will be fighting wars against other planets 10,000 years from now.