sâmbătă, 17 noiembrie 2012

GOING FOR GOLD - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 3



Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la Unit 3: WITH FRIENDS LIKE THESE din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa a IX-a intitulat GOING FOR GOLD - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - COURSEBOOK, Editura Longman, Autori Richard Acklam si Araminta Crace, Editia 2011

GOING FOR GOLD - Coursebook 
Unit 3: WITH FRIENDS LIKE THESE

LISTENING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 24

1. e
2. c
3. a
4. d
5. b



Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2/ page 24

Quotation 5 (making a new friend) 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4/ page 25

1. About a boy
2. thirties
3. reading magazines
4. friends
5. mother
6. 12
7. selfish
8. sensitive/ caring


VOCABULARY 1


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 25

1.
1. a) classmate = someone who is in the same class as you
    b) flatmate = someone whom you share a flat with
2. a) get on with = to have a friendly relationship with someone
    b) go out with = to have a romantic relationship with someone
3. a) fall out with = to have an argument and stop being friends (maybe temporarily)
   b) fall in love = to begin to love someone
4. a) split up = to end a marriage or relationship
    b) make (it) up = to become friends with someone again after an argument  


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 25

1. classmates

2. acquintances
3. close friend
4. flatmates


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 25

1. She's always falling in love - three times already this year!
2. My parents got married after going out with each other for only six weeks.
3. Many more couples split up than ever before.
4. I think I'm lucky because I get on with both my parents.
5. I've never fallen out with my best friend.
6. I'm always having arguments with my parents, but we always make it up afterwards.

GRAMMAR 1


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 26

1. have known
2. lived
3. haven't seen
4. have you had
5. has lived
6. did you go
7. has had
8. have been
9. started
10. haven't eaten


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 26

1. the past simple
2. the present perfect simple
3. when we are referring to the point in time when an action started
4. when we are referring to the period of time an action has continued


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 26

1. I've known him for two years.
2. I've had this watch for three months.
3. My family has lived at the same address for five years.
4. I haven't spoken to my next-door neighbours since last weekend.
5. I've known the person sitting next to me for nearly two weeks.
6. My hair has been the same lenght for three years.
7. I haven't been on holiday for a year.
8. I've had these shoes since January.


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 26

1. A: Have you seen that new horror film?
    B: Yes, I have.
    A: When did you see it?
    B: I saw it last weekend.
2. A: Has ypur best friend phoned you today?
    B: No, she hasn't.
3. A: When did you buy that jacket?
    B: I bought it when I was on holiday last month.


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 6 / page 27

1.
1. just 
2. already
3. ever
4. yet

2.

A. Have you ever been to South America?
B. No, I haven't been there yet, but I might go next summer.
C. I've just seen a fantastic film - the new Harry Potter one.
D. Oh, yes. I've already seen that.


USE OF ENGLISH


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 28

to help find their way; as symbols of friendship 


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 28

2. relative pronoun
3. who

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 28

1. who
2. the
3. his
4. for
5. about
6. are
7. to
8. of
9. as
10. where
11. they
12. on

READING


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 29

1. A
2. B
3. D
4. C
5. A
6. C
7. D
8. B
9. D


VOCABULARY 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 30


1. generous
2. loyal
3. sensitive
4. sociable
5. easygoing
6. down-to-earth
7. competitive
8. arrogant
9. bossy
10. self-confident

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 30

arrogant and bossy are negative;

competitive is often considered negative but not always

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 30

1. three syllables with main stress on the first syllable
2. (number of syllables in brackets, main stress underlined)
    generous (3); loyal (2); sensitive (3); sociable (3); easygoing (4); down-to-earth (3); competitive (4); arrogant (3); bossy (2); self-confident (4).


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 30


1. easygoing
2. self-confident
3. loyal
4. sociable
5. generous
6. down-to-earth
7. sensitive
8. competitive
9. arrogant
10. bossy


LISTENING 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 31

1. grandparent (grandmother)
2. teacher
3. pets
4. parents (mother)
5. sister
6. boss

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 31

1. B
2. C
3. B
4. A
5. C
6. A

GRAMMAR 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 31



Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 31

The main stress is on so or such.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 32

A. We can use so before an adjective/ an adverb.
B. We can use such before a noun/ an adjective + noun


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 32

1. such as
2. so
3. such a
4. so
5. such
6. so
7. so
8. so
9. such
10. so


SPEAKING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 32

speaking on the phone, sending emails and sending text messages


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 32

1. they are convenient, quick and cheap
2. arranging when and where to meet his friends
3. you can send long or short messages at any time you want and pick them up any time you want
4. chatting to her friends
5. it is difficult because you can't see the other person's face 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 32

1. 
What do you think about
I think
What about you
In my opinion
What do you think

2. 

giving your opinion: I think; in my opinion
asking for someone's opinion: What do you think about...? What about you? What do you think?

WRITING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 33

Language in a letter to a friend is informal. The following are appropriate for an informal letter to a friend: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15.


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 33

1. telling her friend things she's done recently
2. Dear Miki, Sorry I've taken ages to write back, cool trainers. You'd love them! you'll never believe what I did last weekend, Say hello to your family from me, Don't forget to write soon, Lots of love 


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