sâmbătă, 7 septembrie 2013

ENGLISH FACTFILE - STUDENT'S BOOK 6 - UNIT 7

Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la  UNIT 7 din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa a VI-a (anul 5 de studiu) intitulat PATHWAY TO ENGLISH – ENGLISH FACTFILE, Student’s Book 6, Editura Oxford University Press, Autori Alaviana Achim, Ecaterina Comisel, Felicia Dinu, Loretta Mastacan, Ruxandru Popovici si Elena Teodorescu, Editia 1997

Pathway to English – ENGLISH FACTFILE – GRADE 6
UNIT 7 : HOUSEHOLD ITEMS

LESSON 1

Pathway to English – ENGLISH FACTFILE
Ex.1 / page 58

c). washing machine; vacuum cleaner; dish washer; coffee machine; video player; cassette recorder; hair dryer; Walkman.


Pathway to English – ENGLISH FACTFILE
Ex.2 / page 59

c). freezer; vacuum cleaner; dish washer

d). ‘-er’: video player; cassette recorder; vacuum cleaner/ hoover; hair dryer; freezer; dish washer; ‘-or’: refrigerator

LESSON 2

Pathway to English – ENGLISH FACTFILE
Ex.1 / page 60

a).  a) socket; b) plug; c) on/off button … for getting the TV started d) headphones; e) play button … for getting the tape started; volume button … for getting the sound louder/ softer; forward/ rewind button … for playing the tape forward or backward.

b).  a) turn on/ turn off; b) plug in; c) unplug; d) turn up/ turn down; e) rewind; f) fast forward; g) put in the cassette.

Pathway to English – ENGLISH FACTFILE
Ex.2 / page 60

a).  a) 1 a washing machine; 2 a video player.  b) 1 for washing clothes; 2 for viewing a film on a video cassette.  c) to get the electrical equipment to work/ to operate the washing machine and the video player/ to do the washing and to watch a video cassette.

b).  a) plug in; b) turn it on c) turn it off d) turn it up

Pathway to English – ENGLISH FACTFILE
Ex.3 / page 61

a). a) Mike offers to help Grandpa rewind the video tape/ press Play button.  b) He says: Let me help you…; Shall I …? c) When Grandpa accepts Mike’s help, he says: Thank you; When he refuses, he says: No, it’s all right. I can manage. 

b).
Steve: Oh, this looks complicated!
Mike: Don’t worry. I’ll show you how to make it work.
Steve: Just what I needed, thanks.
Mike: First, make sure the batteries are in their place at the back. Shall I check this for you?
Steve: No, thank you. I can manage.
Mike: Then press the EJECT/ STOP button and place the cassette inside. Let me do that for you.
Steve: Thanks very much. Next I press the PLAY button, right?
Mike: Let me see. Right. When you press the PLAY button, the cassette will start playing. Finally, you put your headphones on. If the music is too loud, turn the volume button down.
Steve: Thank you … Hey, it works!

LESSON 3

Pathway to English – ENGLISH FACTFILE
Ex.1 / page 62

a).  1 c   2 b   3 a   4 e   5 d

b).  a) The TV set and the washing machine b) the calculator

Pathway to English – ENGLISH FACTFILE
Ex.2 / page 62

a).  a) The complaint is about a TV set which makes a strange noise. b) He’ll miss his favourite TV programme.

b).  a) The TV set started making the buzzing sound two days ago. b) Yes

c). a) The dish washer has been leaking since early this morning/ for several hours.  b) The engineer has been repairing the TV set since 9:00/ for an hour. c) The boys have been waiting for their clock to be repaired since 11:30/ for half an hour. d). The TV set has been flashing on and off since ten minutes ago/ for ten minutes. e) The video has been recording the film since 4:30/ for half an hour.

Pathway to English – ENGLISH FACTFILE
Ex.3 / page 63

a).  1 c  2 f  3  b  4 e  5 d  6 a

b).  a) They’ve been turning the TV on and off all evening. b) They’ve been using their father’s camera and taking lots of photos. c) They’ve been playing Kate’s cassette recorder really loudly. d) They’ve been pulling the vacuum cleaner up and down the stairs. e) They’ve been running backwards and forwards to the fridge non-stop. f) They’ve been making pancakes for the last two hours.

c)Un raspuns posibil poate fi:
23 Green Street, Hackney, London N16 /OKL
12th May

Dear Pam,
Mum and dad have gone to the cinema so I’ve decided to write to you.
I’ve been looking after Jo and Alan all evening now and they are driving me mad! You’ll never guess what they’ve been doing.
They’ve been turning the TV on and off all evening. They’ve been doing the same thing with the video, too. They’ve been using Dad’s camera and taking lots of photos. Dad will be very angry. To keep them busy I let them take my cassette recorder and listen to music… and they’ve been playing it really loudly. I may get short of hearing soon. Another idea – to do the vacuum cleaner! They’ve been pulling the vacuum cleaner up and down the stairs.
Luckily, nothing has happened to it yet… And they think they are good at cooking. So they’ve been running backwards and forwards to the fridge non-stop. Poor fridge! No wonder it’s making such a strange noise. Guess what they’ve been doing for the last two hours… They’ve been making pancakes!
Oh no! There’s a terrible noise coming from the kitchen. I must go. I have no idea what they’re doing now! I’ll write again soon.
Love from,
Kate

LESSON 5

Pathway to English – ENGLISH FACTFILE
Ex.1 / page 65

The ‘Everlasting Gobstooper’ – a sort of round sweet that never gets smaller once you start sucking; The ‘Hair Toffee’ – a sweet that helps hair to grow; a special chewing-gum meal that makes you taste real food flavours when you chew it.



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