duminică, 17 noiembrie 2013

ADVANCED GOLD - UNIT 3


Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la UNIT 3 din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa XI intitulat ADVANCED GOLD, Editura Longman, Autori Sally Burgess si Richard Acklam, Editia 2001

UNIT 3: The root of all evil?

Listening Page 30

Exercise 2

(picture 1) People who were looking for the owl communicated with Max Valentine via Minitel, a computer network similar to the Internet. This picture shows a Minitel terminal.
(picture 2) These are some of the treasure hunters who have tried to find the golden owl.
The golden owl (picture 3) has been buried somewhere in France by Max Valentin.


Exercise 4

1.     treasure hunters
2.   the (eleven) clues

Exercise 5

3.   sculpted an owl
4.   the best-seller lists
5.    digging up
6.   twelfth
7.    primitive version
8.   his health
9.   betrayal
10.    publish a clue

Vocabulary: expressions with carry Page 31

Exercise 1

b. vii
c. iv
d. ix
e. i
f. v
g. iii
h. viii
i. vi

Exercise 2

1.     carried away
2.   carries
3.   carry … weight
4.   carried … off
5.    carry on
6.   carried
7.    carried out
8.   carried … through
9.   carried … too far

Reading Page 32-33

Exercise 2

Tom Hartley: selling used cars
Simon Cunliffe-Lister: £10 million inheritance
Tracey Makin: lottery win
Karl Crompton: lottery win

Exercise 3

1        D lines 128-129 & 149-150
2      B lines 78-81
3      A lines 36-40
4      A lines 24-25
5       A lines 43-50
6      C lines 98-101
7       C lines 118-121
8      D lines 146-147&149-150
9      C lines 90-93
10 A lines 43-47
11   C lines 104-109
12   D lines 135-139  

Exercise 5

POSSIBLE JUSTIFICATIONS

Tom Hartley: like: humble and tolerant (lines 32-36); dislike: extravagant tastes (lines 23-25&49-50)
Simon Cunliffe-Lister: dislike: sexist (lines 80-82)
Tracey Makin: like: not greedy (lines 88-90)
Karl Crompton: dislike: slovenly (line 140); like: honest and realistic (lines 150-155)

Grammar plus: verb tenses Page 34

Exercise 1

Past Perfect Simple; Future Perfect Simple; Present Perfect Continuous; Present Perfect Continuous; Past Perfect Continuous

Exercise 2

I bought him a Ferrari because he had earned it. 1
By the time he is 18 he will have become Britain’s youngest multi-millionaire. 4
I have been serving an apprenticeship for two years. 2
I have not been watching TV, I have been working. 3
I had been waiting three hours before she arrived. 1

Exercise 3

1.     first sentence: permanent situation
second sentence: temporary situation
2.   first sentence: ‘but I haven’t finished’
second sentence: ‘and I’ve finished’
3.   first sentence: ‘and I don’t mind’
second sentence: ‘and it irritates me’
4.   first sentence: ‘I am the one who has decided this’
second sentence: ‘the situation is beyond my control’
5.    first sentence: they only did it once
second sentence: they continued doing it for some time
6.   first sentence: as a general rule, though not necessarily at the moment of speaking
second sentence: at the moment of speaking

Exercise 4

1.    
2.   inappropriate: ‘splitting up’ happens quickly, though the lead up to the actual event may take a long time. Answer: ‘I had split up…’
3.   inappropriate: walking into the room only takes a few seconds. Answer: ‘Our boss had walked…’
4.   inappropriate: cutting yourself only takes a second Answer: ‘I cut myself…’
5.   
6.  
7.    inappropriate: ‘hear’ with this meaning is not normally used in the continuous form/ it only takes a minute or so to ‘hear the news’. Answer: ‘Have you heard…’
8.  
9.  

Exercise 5

1.     like/love/care (feeling/emotional states)
believe/know/understand (knowledge/mental states)
possess/own/belong (possession)
agree/deny/promise (communicating)
smell/taste/hear (receiving sensations/sensory perception)
2.
a. not possible: ‘think’=believe, i.e. mental state
         b. √  ‘think’=consider, i.e. mental process
         c. √  ‘see’=meet, i.e. action
         d. not possible:  ‘see’=understand, i.e. mental state
         e. √  ‘taste’=try, i.e. action
         f. not possible:  ‘taste’=receive sensation, i.e. sensory perception
        g. not possible:  ‘feel’=believe, i.e. mental state
        h. √  temporary, ongoing situation: ‘feel’= experience condition of the body

Exercise 6

1.     have you been doing
2.   I’ll be sharing
3.   belongs
4.   were moving
5.    ‘re joking
6.   failed
7.    had completely forgotten
8.   ‘ll be
9.   will have unpacked
10.    ‘ve done

Speaking: giving opinions Page 35

Exercise 1

To look at the pictures, to rank the areas of life in order of importance to them, and to give reasons to explain their choices.

Exercise 2

The female student asks the male for his opinion and gives her opinion some of the time, but he doesn’t ever ask for her opinion.

She always agree with him, whereas he almost always disagrees with her.

Exercise 3



Vocabulary: compound adjectives Page 36

Exercise 1

1.     c
2.   c
3.   b
4.   a
5.    b
6.   c
7.    c
8.   a
9.   b
10.    a

Exercise 2




Exam focus Page 37

1.     F
2.   G
3.   C
4.   A
5.    B
6.   E

Grammar check: articles Page 38

Exercise 1

1.     the
2.   a
3.   the
4.   the
5.    0
6.   the
7.    a
8.   a
9.   0
10.                      0
11.          the
12.                       0
13.                       the
14.                       0
15.                       0
16.                       the
17.                       the
18.                      the
19.                       0
20.                     the
21.                       a
22.                     the
23.                     a
24.                     a
25.                      the
26.                     0
27.                      the

Exercise 2

a.       (suggested) We took a paddle steamer along the Mississippi. The Atlantic is a much darker blue than the Mediterranean.
b.         11 and 25
c.          1 and 17
d.         20
e.          4
f.        (suggested) He works as a bank teller and she’s a stockbroker.
g.         2, 7, 8 and 21
h.         14, 19 and 26
i.            5, 10, 12 and 15

Writing: informal/formal letters Page 38

Exercise 1

Formal: a, b, c, e, f, g, I, l
Informal: d, h, j, k, m, n

Exercise 2



Exercise 3




Exercise 4



Grammar check: relative clauses/ pronouns Page 40

Exercise 1

1.     130 thousand million
2.   Hungary

Exercise 2

1.     whose
2.   when
3.   which
4.   which
5.    who
6.   where
7.    which

Exercise 3



UNIT 3 REVIEW Page 41

Exercise 1

1.     off
2.  
3.   on
4.  
5.   
6.   away
7.   
8.   over – off
9.  

Exercise 2

1.    will be doing
2.    was feeling
3.    She’s talking/ She’s been talking
4.    haven’t
5.    have you been doing
6.    is assembled/ is being assembled
7.    had gone/ was going

Exercise 3

1.     dissatisfaction
2.    understand/ appreciate
3.    interview/ appointment
4.    staff
5.    delay/situation
6.    rare occurrence/ rarity
7.    publicity/literature/brochures
8.    limit
9.    consultation/notification
10.                       arrangement/ appointment
11.                       individual circumstances
12.                       apologies
13.                       caused




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