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ADVANCED GOLD - UNIT 4


Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la UNIT 4 din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa XI intitulat ADVANCED GOLD, Editura Longman, Autori Sally Burgess si Richard Acklam, Editia 2001

UNIT 4: The universal migraine

Speaking: what is love? Page 42

Exercise 1

Robert Graves quote: negative
Dorothy Parker quote: neutral
Proverb: positive
Oliver Goldsmith quote: negative
William Congreve quote: positive


Exercise 2



Grammar check: gerund v. infinitive Page 42

Exercise 1

1.     No (lines 55-56 and 67-68)
2.   Ye (lines 77-78)

Exercise 2

1.     telling
2.   to go
3.   to learn
4.   to feach/ teaching
5.    to sing
6.   singing
7.    to live
8.   to have
9.   to marry
10.                      to marry
11.          to abide
12.                       to see/seeing
13.                       to choose
14.                       marrying
15.                       to have
16.                       to divorce
17.                       to see/seeing
18.                      to agree

Exercise 3

1.    
2.   passing – to pass
3.  
4.  
5.    to smoke – smoking
6.  
7.    to leave – leaving
8.   to speaking
9.   to run – running
10.                      to be – being
11.to take – taking
12.                       to open – opening
13.                      
14.                       to go – going

Exercise 4



Vocabulary: similies (like/ as … as) Page 43

Exercise 1

1.     very likely to make someone angry or upset
2.   rude to people because you are feeling bad-tempered
3.   sleep very well
4.   uncomfortable because you are in an unfamiliar place or situation
5.    clumsy and tactless

Exercise 2

as strong as an ox
as quick as a flash
as cool as a cucumber
as light as a feather
as white as a sheet

Exercise 3

1.     like a fish out of water
2.   as cool as a cucumber
3.   as quick as a flash
4.   as white as a sheet
5.    like a log
6.   like a bull in a china shop
7.    as light as a feather
8.   like a red rag to a bull
9.   as strong as an ox

Exercise 4

The relationship ended a long time ago and the singer reacted so badly that she has been unable to get over the break-up.

Like the deserts miss the train
  
Exercise 5

1.     d
2.   f
3.   a
4.   e
5.    c
6.   b

Reading Page 44

Exercise 1



Exercise 2

1.     E (lines 56-58)
2.   H (lines 79-82)
3.   A (lines 32-33)
4.   B (lines 32-33)
5.    D (lines 46-51)
6.   B (lines 38-39)
7.    F (lines 55-56)
8.   A (lines 32-35)
9.   B (lines 32-35)
10.                      C (lines 42-44)
11.          F (lines 58-60)
12.                       B (lines 35-37)
13.                       G (lines 68-72)

Exercise 3



Speaking: language of speculation Page 46

Exercise 2


Exercise 3

2. guess is that
3. get the impression that
4. bet
5. reckon it’s pretty unlikely that
6. wouldn’t be at all surprised if
7. suppose it’s just possible

Exam focus Page 46-47

1.     difficult and inaccessible
2.   moodiness and self-absorption
3.   language
4.   today’s teenagers
5.    revolution
6.   short segments
7.    pupils
8.   mime
9.   direct
10.                      videos

Grammar plus: modals (advanced features) Page 48

Exercise 1

1.     theoretical possibility
2.   ability
3.   strong obligation
4.   prohibition
5.    weak obligation
6.   deduction
7.    lack of obligation
8.   permission

Exercise 2

1.    theoretical possibility: may, might
2.    ability: can
3.    strong obligation: must, need to
4.    prohibition: must not, may not
5.    weak obligation: should, had better
6.    deduction: can’t, may, might
7.    lack of obligation: do/does not have to
8.    permission: may, might

Exercise 3



Exercise 4

1.     You must not bring …
2.  
3.   May I leave …
4.   You had better …
5.    Can’t you play …
6.  
7.    You can/ may stay up …
8.  
9.  
10.                     
11.           She must have misunderstood …
12.                      
13.                      

Exercise 5



Exercise 6

1.     can/ could
2.   must
3.   could/ might
4.   must
5.    could/ can
6.   shouldn’t
7.    might
8.   might
9.   could/can/ might
10.                      should/ could
11.have to/ need to/ ought to
12.                       should/ may
13.                       shouldn’t have/ needn’t have
14.                       can/ might
  
Watch Out! didn’t need to/ needn’t have

1. a     2. b

 English in Use Page 50

Exercise 2

By naming their child after the airline.

Exercise 4



Exercise 6

2.√
3.   whether
4.   quite
5.   
6.   inconvenient
7.    lose
8.  
9.   wonderful
10.                     

Vocabulary: noun collocations (with OF) Page 51

Exercise 2

a grain of ‘truth
pearls of ‘wisdom
a load of ‘rubbish
a slip of the ‘tongue
a difference of o’pinion
a heart of ‘gold
a lapse of concen’tration
a term of en’dearment
the price of ‘failure
(without) fear of contra’diction
A question of ‘time

Exercise 3

1.     (have) a heart of gold
2.   a grain of truth
3.   the price of failure
4.   a difference of opinion
5.    a question of time
6.   a slip of the tongue
7.    a term of endearment
8.   without fear of contradiction
9.   a lapse of concentration
10.    a load of rubbish
11.pearls of wisdom

Listening: mesages Page 51

Exercise 2

1.     b
2.   c
3.   a
4.   b
5.    b

Exercise 3



Writing: notes/mesages Page 52

Exercise 1


Exercise 2

 Exercise 3

1. e.g. = for example   etc. = et cetera
2. pto = please turn over
3. NB = please note
4. info. = information   i.e. = that is, what is meant is

Exercise 4

1.     Locked myself out. next door having a coffee with Julie. Come and get me. XXX Sandra
2.   Brian. Not feeling well so have gone home early. Can you finish report? Leave on my desk. Will read first thing tomorrow a.m. Sarah

UNIT 4 REVIEW Page 41

Exercise 1

1.     criticism
2.   surprisingly
3.   dismissive
4.   commitment
5.    expectation
6.   defiantly
7.    hopeful
8.   relationship

Exercise 2

1.    better
2.    must
3.    can’t
4.    couldn’t
5.    might/ could
6.    needn’t
7.    won’t/ shouldn’t/ mightn’t
8.    Do/Don’t

Exercise 3

1.     lapses
2.   tongue
3.   endearment
4.   grain
5.    failure
6.   pearls
7.    contradiction
8.   opinion

Exercise 4

She felt like a fish out of water when she got to the party and no one she knew was there.
That new mattress is so comfortable I slept like a log.
Our new jackets are very warm, yet light as a feather.
When she confronted him he was as cool as a cucumber.
Tony isn’t particularly well built, but he’s as strong as an ox.
He went as white as a sheet when he saw the newspaper headline.


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