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3 Yes ANSWERS No Hang Out D Student Book Welcome Unit A Daniel Jenny Nadir Mateo Li B Australia Ecuador Turkey Brazil Thailand E Mateo Li Jenny Nadir Daniel Indonesia Malaysia China Japan 10 USA 11 South Korea 12 Italy Unit Lesson C a mix b whisk c bowl d stir C No e flour f oven Yes Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  g sugar Expand h heat B b E c (possible answers) a First, heat the oven f Next, mix the flour and sugar g Then whisk the ingredients in a bowl d After that, stir the ingredients h Finally, put the bowl in the oven e Lesson C Reading Don’t boil too much broccoli B Don’t chop too much parsley c Don’t fry too much beef two Don’t chop too much beef Heat the oven Don’t pour too much sauce Put the muffins in the oven for 25 minutes Don’t boil too much sauce Lesson Speaking (answers will vary) B Q Where is strudel from originally? A Strudel originally comes from Austria Lesson Story C c hungry Q What are the main ingredients of barfi? A It is a type of cake made with milk and sugar a a cake c sugar Q When Japanese people usually eat mochi? Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  A Japanese usually eat mochi at the start of a new year b candle c sandals d flute D e salmon c f PC b g pineapple c h coconut F E Strudel from Austria made with flour fruit or vegetables inside Barfi from India made with milk and sugar fruits or nuts added Mochi from Japan made with rice red beans inside (possible answers) The pineapple is grown in Thailand The sandals are made in Brazil The salmon is fished in the USA Lesson The coconuts are grown in Indonesia Writing The digital cameras are made in Japan A The PCs are made in South Korea My favorite food is pasta I really love it I would like to eat pasta every day I love tomato pasta and cream pasta My mom is really good at making pasta I can make pasta, too The candles are made in Australia I can make a good tomato pasta Here is how to it First, chop some tomatoes and onions Next, heat some oil in a pan and fry the onions Then add the tomatoes Stir the tomatoes and onions After that, boil the pasta Add some salt But don’t put too much salt in Finally, mix the pasta and sauce together Now it is ready to eat The flutes are made in Ecuador Lesson Reading B b Korea Thailand China Unit Lesson C Speaking (answers will vary) a digital camera Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  Lesson Lesson Story B C Q How were goods transported 2,000 years ago? b on the third floor A Goods were transported over land by animals such as camels and horses a a movie theater c Italy Q Which places did the Silk Road connect? Expand A The Silk Road provided a route between China, Southeast Asia, India, the Middle East, Africa, and Europe B h b Q Why did the Romans love Chinese silk? e A Romans loved Chinese silk for its beautiful designs and soft texture g f a D d a c c a C That suitcase is made in Italy, isn’t it?  No, it isn’t It’s made in China F Those skis are made in Europe, aren’t they?  No, they aren’t They’re made in Japan That umbrella is made in Indonesia, isn’t it?  Yes, it is That souvenir is made in Brazil, isn’t it?  No, it isn’t It’s made in South Korea That uniform is made in Italy, isn’t it?  Yes, it is Lesson That trumpet is made in the USA, isn’t it?  No, it isn’t It’s made in Australia A Writing Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  I like to shop at the hypermarket This is because it has everything that I need It’s where I buy my school supplies and my clothing My school supplies are made in Japan My clothing is made in many different places, such as the USA and Italy I like to eat many different kinds of fruits and vegetables I buy them at a local market Many of the fruits and vegetables are grown here in my country Some of my favorite fruits are grown in other places The bananas and pineapples that I eat, for example, are grown in Thailand He used to play cassette tapes when he was younger She used to collect stamps when she was younger He used to deliver newspapers when he was younger They used to keep an address book when they were younger She used to develop photos when she was younger Lesson Unit Reading Lesson B C a a keep an address book Close the door and press “lock.” b deliver newspapers Press the “on” button c play cassette tapes Previous models used to make a noise in zoom mode d collect stamps e develop photos Speaking f use payphones (answers will vary) g record videos h watch silent films Lesson Story E C (possible answers) She used to record videos when she was younger He used to use payphones when he was younger c develop photos b making a film c It’s easier to use than the camera They used to watch silent films when they were younger Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  Expand Q Where did people use to play cassette tapes? B e A People used to play cassette tapes in their cars or on portable tape players b g a d Q Why is it easier to rewind CDs than tapes? h A CDs store digital music f D c b C a Did you use to cry a lot when you were younger?  Yes, I used to cry a lot c Did you use to feed your siblings when you were younger?  Yes, I used to feed my siblings Did you use to crawl when you were younger?  Yes, I used to crawl Did you use to catch butterflies when you were younger?  No, I didn’t use to catch butterflies Did you use to have a babysitter when you were younger?  Yes, I used to have a babysitter Did you use to take naps when you were younger?  No, I didn’t use to take naps F When did 8-tracks become popular? What’s the difference between 8-tracks and cassette tapes? In which music formats can you use rewind and fastforward? How most people listen to music now? in the 1960s Cassette tapes were much smaller than 8tracks 8-tracks, cassette tapes, and CDs People keep music as digital files on their phones, MP3 players, and computers Lesson Writing Lesson A B I can many things on my phone I can use it to record videos, listen to music, and take pictures Sometimes I even use it to surf the Internet My grandpa told me that there were no phones when he was my age Q What was the first device used to record sounds? A Records were the first device used to record sounds Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  So I asked him how he used to all the things that I now When Grandpa was a kid, there were no videos But when my parents were kids, he used to record videos of them on a video camera As for music, Grandpa used to listen to records when he was a kid He played cassette tapes when my parents were kids He used to have CDs, too In his younger days, Grandpa used to take pictures and develop his own photos He used to send the photos in the mail to his friends Today he uses his phone for all of these things a C making  made isn’t  aren’t chopping  chop poured  pour watched  watch Do  Did D Review A Across beef sandals uniform pineapple fry suitcase take naps record videos boil flour trumpet umbrella Down sugar souvenirs 10 silent films babysitter payphone crawl chop Game (some answers may vary slightly) First, stir the ingredients The sandals are made in Brazil B b a b I used to record videos Don’t chop too much parsley The souvenir is made in China, isn’t it? Did you use to take naps? Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  Next, heat the oven He is often confident The coconut is grown in Thailand She is occasionally proud 10 I used to deliver newspapers She is always calm 11 Don’t pour too much sauce He is never honest 12 The uniform is made in Italy, isn’t it? He is usually brave 13 Did you use to crawl? 15 After that, mix the ingredients Lesson 16 The digital camera is made in Japan Reading 17 I used to use payphones B 19 Don’t fry too much beef c 20 The DVD is made in America, isn’t it? Mateo is always honest 22 Did you use to catch butterflies? Nadir is usually confident Li Unit Lesson Speaking C (answers will vary) a confident b brave Lesson c nervous Story d hardworking C e annoying b He didn’t win an award f proud b He’s unfriendly g calm a He’s easygoing h honest Expand E B (possible answers) c She is always hardworking a He is sometimes annoying f He is usually nervous h Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  e D b c g b d c C F Why you like her?  I like her because she is adventurous a learn teamwork Why don’t you like him?  I don’t like him because he is unfriendly Why don’t you like her?  I don’t like her because she is greedy Why don’t you like him?  I don’t like him because he is selfish Why you like him?  I like him because he is easygoing Why don’t you like him?  I don’t like him because he is silly Lesson B Q What type of person is a sailing trip good for? A It takes a brave person to go on this trip Q How hiking trips help young people? A These trips help young people be more confident Q What community service projects teach Outward Bound students? A They learn the value of giving back c become confident b learn the value of giving back Lesson Writing A I have two brothers, Mike and William Mike is always adventurous He loves doing activities outdoors However, he is sometimes greedy When he has candy, he usually eats it all William is usually easygoing He doesn’t get angry with people But he is often silly He makes jokes all the time, and he does silly things My good friends at school are Lisa and Paul I like Lisa because she is always sensible She studies very hard and rarely misses school But she is also impatient She doesn’t like to wait for people If I am late, she gets angry My best friend is Paul I like him because he is calm and patient He always helps me when I need help But I don’t like Paul’s younger sister I think she is annoying Unit Lesson C a mop the floor Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  b take out the trash swept the floor c set the table d sweep the floor Speaking e water the plants (answers will vary) f the dishes g wash the windows Lesson h feed the dog Story C E a Alex (possible answers) b pick up the toys Have you set the table yet? / Yes, I've already done it c dust the furniture Has he mopped the floor yet? / No, he hasn't done it yet Have they swept the floor yet? / Yes, they've already done it Has she taken out the trash yet? / No, she hasn't done it yet Expand B h b e Have you done the dishes yet? / No, I haven't done it yet c Has she fed the dog yet? / Yes, she has already done it f Has he watered the plants yet? / No, he hasn't done it yet d Have they washed the windows yet? / No, they haven't done it yet g a C Has anyone cut the grass yet?  Yes, Mateo has already done it Lesson Reading Has anyone vacuumed the carpet yet?  Yes, Jenny has already done it B b His grandmother is coming tomorrow Has anyone dusted the furniture yet?  No, no one has done it yet Mateo Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  Has anyone cleaned the bathroom yet?  No, no one has done it yet Has anyone weeded the garden yet?  Yes, Li has already done it Has anyone folded the laundry yet?  No, no one has done it yet b People warmed their irons with hot coals from the stove Lesson Writing A Lesson B Q What did people use to wash their clothes? A First, people had to wash clothes in a tub with a washing board Q What did a mangle do? A They turned the handle, and the mangle squeezed the water out of the wet clothing Q How did people use to heat their irons? A Instead, they warmed their irons with hot coals from the stove It’s Saturday today Every Saturday, my family and I the chores around our house I always sweep the floor and wash the windows My brother takes out the trash and waters the plants in the house My mom does the laundry, and my sister helps her My sister usually folds the laundry, too My mom also cleans the bathroom My dad looks after the garden He cuts the grass and waters the plants I have already swept the floor, but I haven’t washed the windows yet My brother is lazy He hasn’t taken out the trash or watered the plants yet My mom and my sister have already done the laundry My mom hasn’t cleaned the bathroom, though She is going to it after lunch My dad has already cut the grass and watered the plants in the garden He wants to watch TV in the afternoon D b Unit c Lesson b C a gas station F b park c People rubbed the clothes along the board c market a People turned the handle, and the mangle squeezed the water out of the wet clothing e crosswalk d traffic light f town square g bakery Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  h train station c the train station E Expand (possible answers) B Where is the bakery? / It's between the market and the town square g Where is the park? / It's behind / opposite the market Where is the train station? / It's far from / near the town square Where is the traffic light? / It's near the crosswalk b d f a e c Where is the gas station? / It's far from the train station h Lesson C Reading Where is the convenience store?  Go straight and turn left Go straight and turn right Go straight It’s on the corner B It’s near the train station It’s between the train station and the traffic light It’s far from the town square It’s behind the market Speaking Where is the shoe store?  Go straight and turn right Go straight and turn right It’s on the right Where is the coffee shop?  Go straight and turn right Go straight and turn left It’s on the right Where is the fire station?  Go straight and turn right Go straight and turn left Go straight and turn right It’s on the left (answers will vary) Lesson Lesson Story C c They’re lost B Q Where does Eduardo live? A Eduardo is from Madrid He lives there with his family a near the market Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  Q How does Eduardo go to school? A Eduardo takes the subway to school square, you go straight, then turn right It’s on the left, opposite the crosswalk Review Q What is opposite his school? A Eduardo’s school is opposite a park A confident trash bakery D dust a laundry c selfish b crosswalk turn left F easygoing c e a b f d Lesson Writing A B I love my town It’s small, but it’s great There are lots of things to and places to go There is a bakery near my house I go out of my house and go straight Then I turn left, and it’s on the corner There is also a nice park in my town It is behind my school a I like taking the train, but it’s far from my house I have to walk for twenty minutes to get there The train station is between the town square and the market From the town C b a a She  She’s clean  cleaned Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  are  is 15 He is never annoying he  him 16 Have you weeded the garden yet? Have  has 17 The crosswalk is behind the park goes  go 19 I don’t like her because she is greedy 20 No one has fed the dog yet 22 Where is the bakery? Go straight and turn right D nervous silly Unit feed Lesson watered C park a play volleyball b go diving b Tommy Visits My Aunt c take guitar lessons d chat online Game (some answers may vary slightly) e go to a comic store f go ice skating She is always unfriendly Have you cut the grass yet? The train station is between the market and the bakery g martial arts h see friends I don’t like her because she is selfish E No one has set the table yet (possible answers) Where is the town square? Turn left and go straight What you every Monday? / I take guitar lessons He is sometimes greedy What does he every Wednesday? / He goes diving Have you cleaned your room yet? 10 The park is far from the train station 11 I like him because he is calm What they every Saturday? / They martial arts 12 Someone has already done the dishes What they every Tuesday? / They go ice skating 13 Where is the gas station? Turn left It’s on the corner What does she every Thursday? / She plays volleyball Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  What does he every Friday? / He sees friends What does she every Friday? / She chats online What they every Sunday? / They go to a comic store g b h e C Lesson How long you go to the drama club for?  I it for two hours Reading How long you watch quiz shows for?  I it for thirty minutes B b every Monday and Wednesday guitar lessons and chat online Wednesdays How long you go for a walk for?  I it for one hour How long you surf the Net for?  I it for fifteen minutes How long you go to the playground for?  I it for forty-five minutes Speaking (answers will vary) How long you play basketball for?  I it for two hours Lesson Lesson Story B C Q Where are most people’s dachas? c write answers A A typical dacha is a small wooden house that is in the countryside a every day b an hour Q What people with the food they grow? Expand B A They usually take the fruit and vegetables back to their homes in the city a c f d Q What people like to eat when they are at their dacha? A When Russians stay at their dacha, they like to eat shashlik Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  D c blog a d help out a friend b e have a sleepover c f check my (his) homework g golf F What are dachas? Where are dachas found? When people go to a dacha? What people when they are at their dacha? h go to gymnastics a type of house Russia E on weekends in the summer work in the garden, relax by going for walks, or eating with friends (possible answers) What are you doing tomorrow? / I'm walking the dog What is he doing on Monday? / He is golfing Lesson Writing What are they doing on Friday? / They are having a sleepover A I love the weekends Saturday is my favorite day of the week Every Saturday, I play basketball I usually play for about two or three hours I play with my friends from school Sometimes we play in the park, but other times we play at our school Basketball is my favorite sport What is he doing on Sunday? / He is doing housework On Sundays, I like to relax I go for a walk along the beach with my family We usually walk for around thirty minutes In the evening, I stay at home and my homework I have a lot of homework, so I usually it for two hours After I finish, I chat online with friends I like chatting with friends in other countries What is he doing on Saturday? / He is helping out a friend What is he doing on Wednesday? / He is blogging What is she doing on Thursday? / She is going to gymnastics What are you doing on Tuesday? / I'm checking my homework Lesson Reading Unit B Lesson 1 b C walking her dog a housework having a sleepover b walk the dog checking her homework Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  What are you doing on Friday?  I need to go to the dentist Speaking What are you doing on Saturday?  I need to repair my glasses (answers will vary) Lesson Lesson Story B C Q What is Chelsea and when did it start? c go to the mall A Chelsea is a famous soccer team from England / The team started in 1905 c He’s busy a type a paper Q Why the players need to eat healthy food? Expand A Eating healthy food keeps both their bodies and minds strong B a d f Q What time is Chelsea playing on Saturday, October 12? h A p.m e c D b b g c b C What are you doing on Monday?  I need to purchase books F What are you doing on Tuesday?  I need to go to the recycling center 1905 What are you doing on Wednesday?  I need to organize my desk What are you doing on Thursday?  I need to go to the bike shop London 1950s nine months every week October Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  E p.m (possible answers) Lesson The yellow mouse is the brightest Writing The white computer is the cheapest A The West screen is the largest I’m going to many things during my school vacation next week I love to exercise outside, so I’m running with my friends on Monday at the park On Tuesday, my brother and I are painting a picture for my mom’s birthday She likes art, and we think she’ll love our picture Thursday is for sports I’m playing soccer with my neighbors The white keyboard is the tiniest The weekend will be busy I need to go to the mall to buy some clothes I love shopping But it’s not going to be all fun I need to some chores My room is dirty, and I need to organize my desk Also, my bike is broken, so on Sunday I need to go to the bike shop There are so many things to Lesson Reading B a Model A Model C Model B Speaking (answers will vary) Unit Lesson C a mouse b desktop computer c large d cheap Lesson Story C b new laptops c blue a a webcam e keyboard f tiny g bright h screen Expand B f c a Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  A They can draw simple graphics, take pictures, and create stories They can even record and play sound h d g b D e a b C c Which printer is the most advanced?  The Smart Print is the most advanced printer Which USB drive is the most colorful?  The WizTech USB is the most colorful USB drive Which laptop is the least powerful?  The Simple Lap is the least powerful laptop Which webcam is the least expensive?  The ChatWeb is the least expensive webcam F What is a Raspberry Pi? How big is the largest Raspberry Pi model? What are Raspberry Pi events called? How many Raspberry Pi models are there? The Raspberry Pi is the tiniest, lightest computer available in the world The largest Raspberry Pi model is 85 x 56 mm They are called “Raspberry Jam” events There are three generations of Raspberry Pi Lesson Lesson Writing B Q What is special about the Raspberry Pi? A The Raspberry Pi is the tiniest, lightest computer available in the world Q Why did scientists create the Raspberry Pi? A These scientists noticed that students in many countries were doing poorly on their computer science exams They decided that the problem was that computers are very expensive Q What can students with a Raspberry Pi? A My dad loves technology Every Saturday, we go to an electronics store We usually stay for several hours My dad looks at all of the new gadgets Last Saturday, we bought a new laptop It’s the most advanced computer in our house It’s also the most colorful It comes with a keyboard and mouse in the brightest blue I’ve ever seen Next week, we’re going to buy some accessories I’ll get a webcam My dad is looking on the Internet to compare webcams The most expensive model is the thinnest and lightest I prefer a small webcam The tiniest model is the least expensive I hope to find one that goes with my computer, keyboard, and printer Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  Review 3 No A Yes bike shop No type Yes cycling Yes blog mouse Game drama club (some answers may vary slightly) playground I’m having a sleepover on Saturday USB drive I martial arts every Monday The black mouse is the tiniest Secret word: keyboard I surf the Net for one hour The red printer is the most advanced B I need to repair my glasses a I go ice skating every Tuesday a 10 The blue laptop is the lightest a 11 I need to organize my desk b 12 I go to the playground for thirty minutes C in  on does  I  I’m thinner  thinnest needs  need more  most 13 The orange USB drive is the most colorful 15 I’m going to gymnastics tomorrow 16 I take guitar lessons every Wednesday 17 The white keyboard is the best 19 I need to type a paper 20 I go cycling for three hours 21 I’m doing housework on Friday 22 The black desktop computer is the most powerful D Yes No Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key  Compass Publishing  ... younger sister I think she is annoying Unit Lesson C a mop the floor Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key Compass Publishing  b take out the trash swept the floor c set the table d sweep the floor... handle, and the mangle squeezed the water out of the wet clothing e crosswalk d traffic light f town square g bakery Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key Compass Publishing  h train station c... the market From the town C b a a She  She’s clean  cleaned Hang Out Student Book 5 – Answer Key Compass Publishing  are  is 15 He is never annoying he  him 16 Have you weeded the garden
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