joi, 3 ianuarie 2013

GOING FOR GOLD - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 10



Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la Unit 10: MORE, MORE, MORE 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 10: MORE, MORE, MORE

READING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 96

She was chosen to be the lead singer of a new pop group.



Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 97

2. How do people who are addicted to shopping feel about the things they buy?
3. What is the most important thing about shopping for 'Ms T'?
4. Why did the pop group Scam go to the shopaholics chat room?
5. What does it in line 29 refer to?
6. Why were Scam pleased to find 'Ms T'?
7. Why haven't the group met 'Ms T'?

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 97

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

VOCABULARY 1



Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 98

1. 

2. to earn
3. to put some money in
4. saving up
5. to take some money out
6. spent
7. being in debt

2. 

2. can't afford
3. get a discount
4. keep the receipt
5. get a refund

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 98

In no particular order, here are just a few possibilities:
bankrupt, rolling in it, down on your luck, up to my ears in debt, can't make ends meet, loaded, broke, hard-up, well-off, in the red, as rich as Rockerfeller, to be a regular J P Getty, solvent, on the dole, working for peanuts, to have more money than sense, a millionaire, to pay through the nose for something, to have money to burn, as poor as a church mouse, penniless, stinking rich, to spend money like water, to be strapped for cash, skint, to cost an arm and a leg, to cost a bomb, going for a song, to cost a tidy sum, to cost a pretty penny


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 98

1. I can't come to the cinema tonight because I can't afford it.
2. correct
3. I'm sorry, you can't have your money back if you haven't got the receipt.
4. We don't accept credit cards.You have to pay in cash.
5. I never borrow money because I hate being in debt.
6. How much money are you putting in the bank today?
7. correct
8. I'm saving up to buy a new computer.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 98

1. saving
2. spent
3. receipt
4. discount
5. refund

GRAMMAR 1


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 99

1. B
2. C
3. A
4. E
5. D

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2  / page 99

1. mustn't
2. don't have to
3. don't have to
4. mustn't
5. mustn't
6. doesn't have to

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 99

1. B
2. A
3. C

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
Watch Out/ page 99

1. We had to save up for about two months.
2. We had to save up for about two months.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 99

2. had to
3. didn't have to
4. weren't allowed to
5. didn't have to
6. had to
7. weren't allowed to


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 99

2. I had to get up before 7.30 a.m.
3. I wasn't allowed to buy sweets.
4. I have to use a computer every day.
5. I mustn't bring my own lunch. / I'm not allowed to bring my own lunch.
6. I don't have to do any homework.

USE OF ENGLISH

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 100

2. Both pictures show situations in which things are being sold and there is no fixed price. When people haggle, they come to an agreement over the price. In an auction, the item is sold to the highest bidder.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 100

Sentence b

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 100

2. C
3. B
4. A
5. B
6. D
7. C
8. A
9. C
10. B
11. C
12. A
13. C
14. B
15. D

LISTENING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 101

1. 


Extract 2: Feng Shui says you should get rid of things you don't need.

Extract 3: Some things will help you get more money and be healthier.
Extract 4: Where you should and shouldn't put mirrors.
Extract 5: How Feng Shui can help with your studies.

2


Extract 1: F
Extract 2: A
Extract 3: D
Extract 4: C
Extract 5: B

GRAMMAR 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 102

1. 

1. a
2. b

2. 

1. too expensive
2. very expensive
3. very fast
4. too fast
5. very long
6. too long
7. very tired
8. too tired

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 102

1. Sentence b

2.
4. I've got too many big chairs in here.
7. There is enough space to put the mirror here.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 102

1. He doesn't speak slowly enough for me to understand.
2. The sea wasn't safe enough for people to swim in.
3. The food was too spicy for me to eat.
4. There were too many people for me to enjoy myself.
5. I was too tired to concentrate properly in the lesson.
6. There wasn't enough time for me to answer all the questions in the exam.

VOCABULARY 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 103

Noun + preposition: part of
Verb + preposition: believe in
Adjective + preposition: worried about

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 103


1. on not with
2. in not of
3. correct
4. about not with
5. of not to
6. in not about
7. correct
8. about not of

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 103


2. complain about
3. interested in
4. end of
5. spent, on
6. worried about
7. part of
8. famous for
9. believe in


SPEAKING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 104

They don't mention: eating cake or listening to music

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 104

1
A Giving yourself time to think:
    Well, ...  Let me think, ...  Umm ... what else?
B Reacting to your partner's ideas:
    Do you? Oh, really? But don't you think...? Yes, that's a good point.

2.
1. Well, ...
2. Let me think, ...
3. Do you?
4. But don't you think...?
5. Yes, that's a good point.
6. Umm ... what else?
7. Oh, really?

WRITING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 105

A. Introduction: Sentences 2 and 7
B. Your opinion and reasons: Sentences 1, 4, 6 and 8
C. Conclusion (summary of your opinion): Sentences 3 and 5

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