b) The Incas bull tit.
Hundreds of people lived there.
emperor (n): a man who rules a number of countries
earthquake (n): the shaking the earth’s surface
destroy (v): to damage sth. very badly so that it cannot be used
astronomer (n): a scientist who studies stars and planets
construct (v): build
terraced (adj): (of land) built in step-like rows on a slope
grow (v): to plant seeds and look after the plants as they get bigger
fountain – 7,
storage rooms – 9,
palace – 2,
park – 10,
temple – 1,
tower – 8,
wall – 5,
bridge – 6,
pyramid – 11,
houses – 3.
There was running water and fountains in Machu Picchu.
There were storage rooms in Machu Picchu.
There was a beautiful palace for the emperor.
There was a pork in Machu Picchu.
There was a temple.
There was a tall tower.
The buildings had thick walls.
There was a bridge.
There was a huge pyramid.
There were about 150 houses in Machu Picchu.
b) 1 storage
B: He discovered Machu Picchu.
3 A: Who lived there?
B: The Incas lived there.
4 A: When did the Incas build Machu Picchu?
B: The Incas built Machu Picchu in 1436.
5 A: What buildings survived?
В: Many buildings survived, including homes, a palace, a pyramid, a tall tower, temples, storage rooms and baths.
6 A: Did an earthquake destroy them?
B: No. it didn’t.
7 A: What did Inca farmers construct?
B: They constructed terraced fields.
B: Wrong! He discovered Machu Picchu in 1911.
4 A: The Incas lived there.
B: Correct! They did live there.
5 A: Earthquakes destroyed the buildings.
B: Wrong! Earthquakes didn’t destroy them.
6 A: Many buildings survived.
B: Correct! Many buildings survived.
7 A: Farmers constructed terraced Fields.
B: Correct! They constructed terraced fields.
8 A: Incas were clever people
B: Correct! Incas were clever people
There were baths and fountains and even a park, etc.