Choose the best answer to each question. Then check your answers.


1. How do we know about life on Mars?

2. What's the average temperature on Mars?

3. What natural phenomenon often affects the planet?

4. How fast does the wind blow when this phenomenon occurs?

5. What is the problem for humans on Mars?

6. Why do so many people want to go to Mars?

7. Why is it the easiest planet to explore?

8. In what form is the water that has been discovered?

9. If the "Mars One" project is successful, how many people will go to Mars?

10. When will this happen?

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1. Work in small groups. You are putting forward the names of candidates for the Nobel Prizes for economics, literature and peace. Choose the best candidates from your school (staff and pupils) to award these prizes to. Note down the reasons for your choices.

2. Present your candidates to the class.

3. Listen to the other groups' ideas. Take notes if you want to.

4. Vote on the candidates that should win the awards.


Consider these questions:

- Would you like to go to Mars? Why? / Why not?

- What is the place you would most like to go to? Why?

Write a short composition explaining your ideas.

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