UNIT 9, 9A Vocabulary, Travel and transport, page 96-97
B cable car
C hot-air balloon
2 hot-air balloon
3 cruise ship
7 cable car
a cabin, deck, harbour, port
b airport, arrivals hall, check-in desk, departure gate, lost property office,
c bus stop, car park, coach bay, coach station, filling station, lost property office, level crossing, service station, taxi rank
d buffet car, lost property office, level crossing, platform, sleeper, ticket barrier, ticket office, train station,
1 ferry; in the ticket office
2 train; ticket barrier
3 coach; lost property office
4 taxi; taxi rank
5 car; service station
6 train; buffet car
1 can (the return tickets) be used
2 was (the train) delayed
3 was (the jacket) left
4 to be dropped off
5 has (the motorway) been closed
6 was (the passenger) asked
1 On the ferry leaving at 10.30 in the morning or the one leaving at 6.30 in the evening.
2 Because of engineering works on the line and part of the journey was by coach.
3 On the luggage rack above the passenger’s seat at the front of the coach.
4 At the hostel near the tube station on Queen Street.
5 We don’t know, but there may have been an accident.
6 Because heating up the sausage roll takes time.
UNIT 9, 9B Grammar, Third conditional, page 98
The people are having an argument because they are lost.
They are discussing the best route to take.
1 No, Ben didn’t remember the satnav.
2 No, they didn’t leave home on time.
3 No, they didn’t make sandwiches for the journey. We’d have left on time if your mum hadn’t phoned just as we were leaving.
1 past perfect
2 would have + past participle
1 had phoned
2 wouldn’t have arrived
3 had left
4 wouldn’t have been
2 If you had found 80 € on the way to school this morning, would you have kept it?
3 If I had known it was your birthday, I would have bought you a present.
4 If we had walked all the way home, we would have been exhausted.
5 If I hadn’t wanted to work on this journey, I wouldn’t have taken the train.
6 Would Jim have passed his maths exams if he had worked harder?
7 If we had had more time, we could have changed some money at the airport.
8 What would you have done if you had overslept this morning?
2 If the ticket hadn’t been so expensive, I would have gone by train.
3 If I had known when you were arriving, I would have met you at the airport.
4 If we hadn’t been nearly out of petrol, we wouldn’t have stopped at the service station.
5 If I hadn’t taken a taxi, I would have been late for the meeting.
6 If there had been a ticket office at the station, I wouldn’t have bought the tickets on the train.
7 If you had checked the timetable, you wouldn’t have missed your train.