sâmbătă, 24 august 2013

UPSTREAM UPPER - INTERMEDIATE - SELF-ASSESSMENT MODULE 1

                                                 

Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la  SELF-ASSESSMENT MODULE  1:  din manualul de limba engleza intitulat UPSTREAM UPPER INTERMEDIATE, Student’s Book,  Editura Express Publishing, Autori Bob Obee si Virginia Evans, Editia 2003

UPSTREAM UPPER INTERMEDIATE
SELF-ASSESSMENT MODULE 1

Vocabulary & Grammar

Upstream –Upper Intermediate
ex 1/ page 39

1. speaks
2. say
3. the
4. piece
5. mood
6. used
7. too
8. touch
9. open
10. Hurry
11. into
12. call
13. miss
14. up
15. tell
16. hurt
17. off
18. first
19. from
20. to


Upstream –Upper Intermediate
ex 2/ page 39

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

Use of English

Upstream –Upper Intermediate
ex 3/ page 39

1. … was too hot for …
2. … there was anything else that …
3. … not like Duncan
4. … I could not remember anything … / did not remember anything
5. … does not feel like going …

Upstream –Upper Intermediate
ex 4/ page 40

1. invention
2. defendant
3. reflection
4. Happiness
5. importance

Upstream –Upper Intermediate
ex 5/ page 40

1. the
2. After/ later
3. -
4. her
5. -

Communication

Upstream –Upper Intermediate
ex 6/ page 40

1. b
2. a
3. b
4. b
5. a


Upstream –Upper Intermediate
ex 7/ page  40

1. everything alright
2. it’s been a
3. about
4. don’t think so
5. Why not

Reading

Upstream –Upper Intermediate
ex 8/ page 40

1. D
2. F
3. C
4. G
5. H
6. A

Listening

Upstream –Upper Intermediate
ex 9/ page  41

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

Speaking

Upstream –Upper Intermediate
ex 10/ page  42

1. I’ve been studying English for five years.
2. I think that my knowledge of English will help me to find a good job and I may then use English at work. Also, I want to travel, and I think that I will use English abroad because people in many countries speak English.
3. Well, I speak some German and a little Italian.

Upstream –Upper Intermediate
ex 11/ page  42

a.
Student A
Both pictures show women who look like they are usually very busy people. In picture A the woman is at home in casual clothes, whereas in picture B the woman is at work in business clothes. In picture A, the woman is trying to do three different things at once: carry the laundry basket, talk on the phone and hold the baby. In contrast, the woman in picture B is only doing one thing. Also, the woman in picture b is getting paid for her work, whereas the woman in picture A probably isn’t.

b.
Student B
I find it very tiring when I stay up late at night trying to finish my homework.

c.
Student B
Both pictures show conversations which are taking place outdoors. The conversation in picture A is a face-to-face conversation between two men whereas the conversation in picture B is a telephone conversation between three people. Both the man in picture A and the couple in picture B are concentrating and listening carefully. In picture A, the conversation looks serious. Perhaps they are discussing a problem. In contrast, the conversation in picture B looks cheerful. Perhaps they are on holiday and they are calling home.
The conversation in picture A could end with: “Maybe there’s some way we can sort it out.”

The one in picture B could end with: “We’ll see you all next week!”

d.
Student A
I feel most comfortable discussing problems with my mum because she is a good listener and I trust her advice.

Writing

Upstream –Upper Intermediate
ex 12/ page 42

Dear Miss Diamond,
          Thank you for your prompt reply. We are delighted that you are able to perform at our party.
         The date which would be most suitable is 14th June, which is a Friday. We would like to start around 8:00 pm, if that is convenient for you. The venue is the Great Hall on campus, which I am sure you will remember, and we have sold approximately 200 tickets.
        We would appreciate it if you could perform for an hour. If this is not possible, please let me know so I can rearrange the programme. There are also a number of local bands in the programme, but you are top of the bill.
         As to whether there are still some tutors here from when you were a student, I think you may remember Dr Johnson and Mrs Peake. They will be at the party, and are looking forward to meeting you again.
         Please do not hesitate to contact me again if you have any other questions. We are all looking forward to meeting you.
Yours sincerely,
John Duggan

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