sâmbătă, 15 februarie 2014

ADVANCED GOLD - UNIT 7


Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la UNIT 7 din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa XI intitulat ADVANCED GOLD, Editura Longman, Autori Sally Burgess si Richard Acklam, Editia 2001

UNIT 7: The ties that bind us

Speaking: family dynamics Page 80

Exercise 2

Our children will ‘hate us ’too.
With’out a ‘family, ‘man, a’lone in the ‘world, ‘trembles with the ‘cold.
In the ‘healthiest ‘families, the ‘power is ‘shared by a’greement. In the ‘others, ‘one ‘parent or the ‘other is ‘usually more ‘powerful.
‘Parents are ‘sometimes a ‘bit of a disa’ppointment to their ‘children. They ‘don’t ful’fil the ‘promise of their ‘early ‘years.
The ‘family is the ‘place where the ‘most ri’diculous and the ‘least re’spectable things in the ‘world ‘go on.
No ‘matter ‘how ‘old a ‘mother ‘is, she ‘watches her ‘middle-‘aged ‘children for ‘signs of im’provement.
‘God gives us our ‘relatives: ‘thank ‘God we can ‘choose our  ‘friends.


Exam focus Page 81

Paper 4 Listening: part 2 (note taking)

1. eyes
2. 8/ eight
3. actor
4. shy
5. extremely poor
6. £40 million
7. his siblings
8. humanity

Reading Page 82

Exercise 2

No. It simply discusses how your position in the family can affect your personality.

Exercise 3

1. C (lines 14-16)
2. A (lines 25-29)
3. C (lines 39-44)
4. B (lines 51-52)
5. D (lines 65-69)
6. B (lines 86-88)

Grammar plus: substitution/ ellipsis Page 84

Exercise 1

1. you    child   the
2. a) your place in the family  b) your place in the family can have a major influence on the rest of your life  c) a noticeable reduction in the amount of attention they give you  d) try to please adults, to become even more like them – conservative and responsible – in an effort to win back what you’ve lost.

Exercise 2

1. do
2. there
3. so
4. one
5. not
6. It

Exercise 3

1. they feel
2. take some holiday
3. to eat
4. he is leaving on Friday
5. towels
6. trainers
7. come and visit me
8. phone me when you get to the hotel
9. get so angry

Exercise 4

1. I certainly hope so
2. No, I’m afraid I can’t afford to
3. Our old one is still perfectly OK.
4. So Neither will we.
5. OK, I’ll drop by so after work.
6. … but they hadn’t haven’t.
7. I do will
8. Oh I think it’s Joan’s one
9. I expect it so
10… than we used to (have)

Exercise 5

It is well-known that relationships between children and their parents fundamentally affect adult behaviour. But now their importance is being challenged as new research shows that a child’s relationship with its siblings may have a more important effect. Psychologist Francine Klagsbrun says ‘Our relationship with our siblings is unmatchable. We have them whether we like them or not. As parents die, friends drift away, marriages dissolve, that relationship continues and the memories of a life shared with them remain with us long after childhood has ended.’

Vocabulary: word + prepositions (1) Page 85

Exercise 1

1. for
2. with
3. on
4. by
5. by
6. to
7. of
8. in
9. to
10. for

Exercise 2

in: result   specialize   confide
for: apologise   apply
with: plead   coincide
from: benefit   refrain   suffer
on: congratulate   concentrate   insist
to: refer    confess   react

Exercise 3

I asked my doctor to refer me to a specialist.
Tony was the first to congratulate me on passing my driving test.
I didn’t have enough money to pay for all the things I had put in the supermarket trolley.
I think he should apologise for being so rude to you.
She pleaded with her parents to let her keep the kitten.
Santa Cruz has benefited from European Union funding.

Speaking: talking about families Page 85

Exercise 1

SEE FAMILY TREE ON PAGE 58
Tony’s father (first box) married his mother (second box).
They only had two children: Tony and his brother Matthew (third box).
Tony’s father had two sisters: Margaret and Jessica.
Tony says he doesn’t see them very often, but thinks he should make more of an effort.
Matthew is married to Sofia, who is Spanish.
They met when Matthew went to Spain on holiday, but live in England now.
They have three daughters, called Isabella, Cristina and Natalia.
Tony says that there is some tension between Sofia and his mother.
In general, he says that his family is rather small, and wonders what it would be like to have a bigger family.

Grammar check: hypothetical meaning Page 86

Exercise 1

1. I wish my dad couldn’t wouldn’t always be so cross with me OR … weren’t always be so cross with me.
2. √
3. If only I would could spend more time with my family!
4. I’d rather we don’t didn’t spend the whole evening with your parents.
5. √
6. √
7. √
8. √
9. √
10. It’s time the children go went to bed.
11. √
12. Suppose somebody will see sees us taking the money.

Exercise 2

b) 1
c) 11
d) 7
e) 3
f) 10
g) 4
h) 12

Exercise 3

1.     I wish I was better at tennis.
2.   I wish I hadn’t given up playing the piano when I was so young.
3.   I wish Olivier wouldn’t play that awful techno music all the time.
4.   I wish I could give up smoking.
5.    It’s definitely time I started to work on my essay.

Vocabulary: commonly confused words Page 86

Exercise 3

1. worthless
2. stationery
3. lay
4. implying
5. hardly
6. effect
7. ensure
8. lose
9. principles
10. especially

Listening: song Page 87

Exercise 3

1. eyes
2. bed
3. breath
4. eye
5. angels
6. before
7. future
8. colour
9. languages
10. perceived
11. experience
12. days

Writing: leaflet Page 88

Exercise 1

A leaflet is a small piece of printed paper giving information or advertising.

Exercise 2
To tell people about the London Eye and persuade them to visit it.

Exercise 3

1. The leaflet is very effective. The title is clever and eye catching, the headings provoke the reader’s curiosity. The style is informal and friendly without being patronizing; the information given is interesting and the information in the box is particularly clear and well-handled. The tone sets a balance between informing and persuading.

Exercise 4

Not very good.

Exercise 5

Noticeable lifting: This is a leaflet for the increasing numbers of tourists coming to this country. It is produced by the National Tourist Office … an important attraction in this country.
Errors that sometimes obscure communication:
builded  expositions     tells many informations
they won’t get boring     have visited it still
the luck of a lifetime     easyest     the trains are often
not too much expensive     to the Dome place
I am recommending     how the Dome was building
Content not clearly organised: No headings

Exercise 6

Yes. The student has taken all the advice, though s/he has not needed to correct many of the errors in the original because s/he has changed the language so much.

English in Use: Page 90

Exercise 4

1. C
2. A
3. B
4. D
5. A
6. D
7. B
8. A
9. C
10. D
11. A
12. B
13. C
14. C
15. A

Unit 7 Review Page 91

Exercise 1

1. I went there just last weekend.
2. No, I don’t think so/they will.
3. Of course I won’t.
4. Neither have I.
5. Which one?
6. I think they will (do).

Exercise 2

1.     Take as much time as you need to take.
2.   I’m sorry Sir. We don’t have any silk sheets left. Just cotton sheets.
3.   I don’t know whose that car is; this car is mine.
4.   I’m surprised that he forgot to ring you. I’m sure that he intended to ring you.
5.    I thought she would have got me a present but she hasn’t got me one.
6.   She is excited by the new job but she is also a little apprehensive about it.

Exercise 3

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


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