Ticket 2 English Unit 7 Citizenship

Ticket 2 English Unit 7 Citizenship

This post summarizes the key topics covered in “Ticket 2 English Unit 7 Citizenship.” Our assessment covers the vocabulary, functions, grammar, and writing components presented in the unit. Upon reading this post, you will better understand the material and be well-equipped to excel in your exams.


Ticket 2 English Unit 7 Vocabulary

NB: These are possible answers. Others may fit as well.


  • To have a job
  • To be respected
  • Have access to leisure activities
  • To have a say in what happens
  • To be free to tell your opinion
  • To have access to healthcare
  • To be safe
  • To have access to education
  • To be free to move

Responsibilities /Duties

  • To tell the truth
  • Do your personal best
  • Respect others
  • To be concerned for the common good
  • To respect the flag of your country
  • To participate in community activities
  • To believe in human dignity and equality
  • Respect the rules and laws
  • To respect the environment
  • To pay taxes

Can Be Both

• Earn your livelihood

• To have somewhere to ‎live

• To volunteer in your ‎community service

• To vote ‎

Functions: Asking for and Giving Advice

Bear in mind (remember) that the word advice is a noun, and advise is a verb.

Asking for Advice

  • What do you advise me to do?
  • What should I do to……?
  • What do you think I should do?
  • What do you suggest…?
  • What would you do in this situation?
  • If you were me, what would you do?
  • What ought I to do?
  • What’s your advice concerning this issue/problem/matter?

Giving Advice

  • Maybe/ I think you should ……
  • If + subject + (simple past) + subject +would + (infinitive)
  • You’d better + verb (infinitive)
  • You ought to/should……
  • I advise you to….
  • It is better to……………..
  • It might be a practical idea if you ………..
  • My advice to you is + to + verb (infinitive).
  • If I were in your shoes, I would…………………..
  • If I were in your position/situation, I would ……….


Student A: I have a severe headache. If you were me, what would you do?

Student B: If I were you, I would visit a doctor.

Student A: My English could be better. What should I do to improve it

Student B: You’d better read more. I advise you to read more. It might be a practical idea if you read more.

Grammar: Reported Speech

To see this lesson, click on REPORTED SPEECH.

Writing: Application Form

When you apply for a job, program, or service, you must fill out an application form. This document asks for your personal information, like your name, address, phone number, and email address. You’ll also need to provide details about your education and work history. Sometimes, you must include references, cover letters, or other documents, like your resume or transcripts. The application form aims to collect information from you that will help the organization decide if you are a good fit for the position or program you are interested in.

Student Application Form Example

Personal Information:

  1. Full Name: _____________
  2. Date of Birth: _____
  3. Gender: □ Male □ Female
  4. Address: __________
  5. City: _______ Postal Code: ___
  6. Email Address: __________
  7. Phone Number: __________

Educational Background:

  1. Current School: ______
  2. Grade/Year: _
  3. Subjects Studied: _______

Extracurricular Activities:

  1. List any clubs, sports, or other activities you are involved in:
  • ____________________
  • ____________________
  • ____________________

Short Answer:

  1. Why do you want to join this program/school? (100 words)
  2. What skills or qualities do you think make you a suitable candidate for this program/school? (50 words)

Please provide the names and contact information of one or two references who can speak about your character, skills, or academic performance.

  1. Name: __________ Relationship: _________
    Email: __________ Phone: ______________
  2. Name: __________ Relationship: _________
    Email: __________ Phone: ______________

I certify that the information provided in this application is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge.

Signature: __________ Date: ________



  1. Hello Mr Nabil , i’m a baccalaureat student , my english isn’t good enough , i have some problems especially in vocabulary , i know it’s too late (1 month left ) , yet , i can do my best in order to overcome my problems and get a good grade , what would you advise me to do please ?

    • Well, as far as I can see and according to what you have written, you have no whatsoever problem. Your English sounds very good. Just keep up the hard work.

  2. oumayma marroune oumayma marroune

    hi teatcher nabil! am also student in bac and i have some difficult in grammar . you can help me please as the national is very near

  3. Hey sir can you help me with the ex.n 8 page 103 please? Thank you

  4. thank you for all. #Great

  5. thank you so much our teacher!

  6. Mohamed HASSISSI Mohamed HASSISSI

    Assalamu Alaikom brother Nabil. I am a fellow English teacher and I LOVE your work! Could I get your private email or some other form of personal contact? I’d very much appreciate to consult you in couple of matters.
    Blessed be! and keep up the awesome work.

  7. Thank u some much TEACHER for the great efforts.

  8. Hii teacher, i’m a bac student, can you please help me with some essays?

      • First, i would like to thank you for this amazing blog. second, i need to know how to write a perfect essay and if you do not mind show me some examples??


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