marți, 12 martie 2013

GOING FOR GOLD - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 15



Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la Unit 15: GIVING SOMETHING BACK 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 15: GIVING SOMETHING BACK

SPEAKING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 144

Robin Hood is famous for stealing from the rich and giving to the poor.



LISTENING 1

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 144

Extract 1: something lost 
Extract 2: voluntary work
Extract 3: a new product
Extract 4: a special type of crime
Extract 5: a dissatisfied customer
Extract 6: a moral question

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 144

1. B
2. A
3. C
4. C
5. C
6. B 


VOCABULARY 1

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 145

1. I promise I'll return the CD at the weekend.
2. She donated all her old clothes to a charity for earthquake victims.
3. I've stopped trying to learn Chinese. It's too difficult for me.
4. Could you distribute one of these papers to each student?
5. He mixed some different chemicals and they produced a strange smell.
6. I promised that I wouldn't tell anyone what he had done.
7. Would you telephone me at the weekend and tell me what happened?  

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 145

2. call
3. away
4. back
5. up
6. hand
7. out
8. off 

GRAMMAR 1

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 146

1.
1. A
2. A
3. A
4. B
5. A
6. B
7. B
8. A

2. 

3. Will you show what you have written to me?
4. Can you give your teacher this letter?
5. I can't send the fax to him until after lunch.
6. I've made everyone coffee.
7. Didn't you lend Robbie your bike?
8. We brought a souvenir of our holiday for her.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 146

1. correct
2. She offered the job to him but he wasn't interested.
3. correct
4. He made a little house for our dog, Sam, to live in.
5. correct
6. Why don't you read a story to the children while I make dinner?
7. correct
8. I gave the chocolate to my sister.


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 146


1. They explained why they were late (to her.)
2. correct
3. He suggested a new plan (to us).
4. She said (to me) that she didn't know what to do.
5. correct
6. correct
7. Could you describe exactly what she looks like (to me)?
8. correct

USE OF ENGLISH

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 146


Karl Marx - the founder of modern Communism


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 146

1

1. adverb
2. adjective
3. noun
4. adverb
5. noun
6. noun
7. adjective (negative)
8. noun
9. adjective
10. noun


3

2. revolutionary 
3. philosopher
4. recently
5. belief
6. leaders
7. unacceptable
8. writing
9. famous
10.visitors


READING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 147

Gemma is the most positive. (We know this because she says I love it. Completely, utterly and totally.)

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 147

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

VOCABULARY 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 149


1. good
2. interesting
3. crowded
4. bad
5. hot
6. hungry
7. similar
8. angry
9. pleased
10. frightening
11. surprised

GRAMMAR 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 149

1
1. a 2. c 3. b

2

 a present tense

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 149

2.h 
3. g 
4. e 
5. c
6. d
7. b
8. a

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 149

1. Write your address in my notebook in case I forget it.
2. I'll finish all the photocopying today as long as Tim helps me.
3. You'll be late for your interview unless you get up soon.
4. I've made some sandwiches for the journey in case we get hungry.
5. We'll raise at least L500 for charity as long as everyone runs 10 km or more.
6. We can't possibly win unless Marshall starts playing better.

LISTENING 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 150

Bill and Melinda Gates, Jamie Lee Curtis 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 150

2. almost all
3. biggest
4. $21 billion
5. health
6. Cambridge
7. any/ever country
8. $75 million
9. earn their own living

WRITING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 151

Your school has decided to raise money for charity. You have been asked to make recommendations about ways of raising money and an appropriate charity to receive the money. Write your report in 130 - 150 words. 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 151

1
Sentences 1, 3 and 5 contain recommendations.
1. I would therefore recommend that the school considers doing a sponsored swim.
3. It would consequently be a good idea to donate the money to a children's charity.
5. Because of this, I believe the school should hold a Christmas concert to raise money.


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