sâmbătă, 7 septembrie 2013

HIGH FLYER - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - STUDENTS' BOOK - UNIT 15

Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la  UNIT 15 din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa a VIII-a intitulat HIGH FLYER - UPPER INTERMEDIATE, Students’ Book, Editura Longman, Autori Ana Acevedo si Marisol Gower, Editia 1999

High Flyer – Upper Intermediate
UNIT 15 A SLICE OF LIFE

WORD WATCH

High Flyer – Upper Intermediate
Ex.2 / page 62

WEIGHT: skinny, thin, slim, plump, heavy, overweight, fat
HEIGHT: high, tall, low, short
WIDTH: wide, narrow
OVERALL SIZE: big, large, little, small


High Flyer – Upper Intermediate
Ex.3 / page 62

  1. a) overweight b) slim c) skinny d) slim
  2. a) tall b) high c) short d) low

READING

High Flyer – Upper Intermediate
Ex.4 / page 62

a). The people described are: the dark-haired man, the chubby balding man and the old dancer

High Flyer – Upper Intermediate
Ex.5 / page 62

1.      True. He made them shudder with fear, he was new to their town and he was mad.
2.    False. They were funny and there is no suggestion that they scared the children. Also, we know that ‘Nieves was different’ and did scare the children.
3.    False. The author thought Nieves was chasing her, but in fact he only happened to be following her and was going to her house to see her father. Her mother indicates that her daughter was imagining things.
4.    True (ls. 47-9)
5.     True (ls. 50-2)
6.    False. Nieves was a kind friendly man who was very fond of children.
7.     False. Not quite, he never stopped talking to imaginary listeners, but the people in the town accepted him.

High Flyer – Upper Intermediate
Ex.6 / page 63

1.      Because they weren’t playing too. They wore white and stood stiffly on the verandah so they were probably wealthy and not allowed to mix with ordinary children.
2.    She felt he was deliberately following her and trying to catch her. She imagined this because the children in their fantasies had come to see him as a very mysterious lunatic and someone to be frightened of.
3.    She seems to have felt embarrassed by her daughter’s behaviour. She probably thought the girl was being very silly because by that point she and her husband trusted Nieves.
4.    He probably became accepted when saw that he was kind and friendly, and when he stopped being a novelty in the town. No doubt people got used to his funny ways.

GRAMMAR

High Flyer – Upper Intermediate
Ex.7 / page 63

2.    tall – size/ shape, dark-haired – colour
  1. huge – size, wonderful – opinion, green – colour
  2. stone – material, old – age, lovely – opinion
  3. funny – opinion, Scottish – origin
  4. round – shape
  5. red – colour, beautiful – opinion, American - origin

High Flyer – Upper Intermediate
Ex.8 / page 63

2. She’s a beautiful tall dark-haired girl.
3. There used to be a wonderful huge green tree in our garden.
4. We lived in a lovely old stone house.
5. My grandmother was a funny Scottish lady.
6. She had a kind round face.
7. We were all excited when my father bought a beautiful red American car.

WRITING

High Flyer – Upper Intermediate
Ex.9 / page 64

1.      Four sentences (with two clauses each)
2.    First she writes about his general appearance, but arouses the reader’s interest by mentioning that Nieves was ‘mysterious’, a personal opinion of his behaviour/ character. Then she gives details of some of his physical characteristics. Finally she talks about his character.

VOCABULARY

High Flyer – Upper Intermediate
Ex.11 / page 64

1.      convict, text 4
2.    mites, text 2
3.    garlic, text 3
4.    freezer, text 2

READING

High Flyer – Upper Intermediate
Ex.12 / page 64

Polar bear, text 2; Prize jigsaw, text 1; Baldman of Doncatraz, text 4; Keep away, Lassie!, text 3

High Flyer – Upper Intermediate
Ex.13 / page 64

1.      Probably not very pleased and rather annoyed, unless they happen to like doing jigsaw puzzles.
2.    Probably not as they will be frozen.
3.    Because their owners can then stroke and hug them without having to smell their garlicky breath.
4.    Because the prisoner is a convict (and because his hair will grow back in no time at all).

GRAMMAR

High Flyer – Upper Intermediate
Ex.14 / page 65

1.      take off
2.    take off
3.    work out, give up
4.    give up
5.     breath in




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  2. Vă mulțumesc mult de tot pentru ca m-ati salvat de atatea ori la ore!! Ati facut si rezolvarile la Grammar WOORKBOOK Upstream Intermediate B2 Student's Book de Virginia Evans - Jenny Dooley; Express Publishing? Daca nu, ati putea sa le faceti? As vrea sa pot sa ma verific la exercitii deoarece profesoare deja a început sa ne dea din Grammar tot unit 2 .. Am cautat pe net doar ca la Grammar nu am gasit nici o rezolvare ci doar la prima parte a cartii ... Multumesc anticipat!! Weekend placut si sper sa imi raspundeti!

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    1. Buna! Ma bucur ca acest blog iti este de folos. In ceea ce priveste Grammar Workbook Upstream Intermediate, am inceput rezolvarile din acesta si sper ca in cel mai scurt timp posibil sa le postez pe blog. Multa bafta in tot ceea ce faci!

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    2. Buna, am publicat UPSTREAM INTERMEDIATE WORKBOOK UNIT 1. Curand voi publica si urmatoarele.

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  4. La exercitul 11/64 miteac ai freezer sunt pe 2 dar la 1 ce este?

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