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UPSTREAM - INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 8


Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la UNIT 8 din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa VIII intitulat UPSTREAM INTERMEDIATE – Student’s Book, Editura Express Publishing, Autori Virginia Evans si Jenny Dooley, Editia 2002

UNIT 8: You Are What you Eat

Lead-in

Page 116

Exercise 1



Exercise 3 a

I think the article is about how healthy habits can help a person to lose weight.
I expect to read about how to lose weight, exercise, have a healthy diet, have a standard daily routine, plan what to eat, and what spices to use.

Exercise 3 b

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

1.     reference words: ‘exercising’ in the previous sentence; ‘the first part’ in the next sentence
2.   reference words: ‘eleven’ in the previous sentence; ‘lunch’ in the next sentence
3.   reference words: ‘lunch in the previous sentence
4.   reference words: ‘this meal’ in the next sentence
5.    reference words: ‘getting off to sleep’ in the next sentence
6.   summarizing the main points for a conclusion

Exercise 3 c

schedule: timetable
intervals: times
satisfy: fulfill
panic: be frightened
alternatives: substitutes
natural: organic
on the rise: on the increase
hectic: chaotic
slim: thin
replace: restore
vital: important

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Exercise 4



Vocabulary Practice

Page  118

Exercise 5 a

Students’ own answers

Exercise 5 b

bread, butter, chicken, lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise, etc.
eggs, butter, cheese, etc.
apples, bananas, melon, peaches, pears, pineapple, grapes, etc.

Exercise 5 c

Students’ own answers

Exercise 6 a



We can peel potatoes with a peeler.
We can stir soup with a spoon.
We can soup with a spoon.
We can sieve flour with a sieve.
We can grate cheese with a grater.
We can roll pastry with a rolling pin.
We can chop parsley with a knife.

Exercise 6 b

mi – millimeters (volume)
kg – kilogram (weight)
g – gram (weight)

Exercise 6 c

1.     peel
2.   chop
3.   sieve
4.   stirring
5.    grate
6.   stir

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Exercise 7 a

salt and pepper
strawberries and cream
bread and butter
cheese and biscuits

Season the sauce with a little salt and pepper.
Do you like strawberries and cream?
Would you like a slice of bread and butter with your soup?
After the main course we had some cheese and biscuits.

Exercise 8

sweet – bitter/ sour
tender – tough
fatty – lean
spicy – mild
sparkling – still

tender chicken – tough steak – fatty meat – spicy curry – mild cheese – sparkling apple juice – still water

Exercise 9 b

1.     steak
2.   water
3.   bread
4.   breakfast
5.    tea

Exercise 10

1.    R
2.    R
3.    R
4.    R
5.    B
6.    F
7.    F
8.    F
9.    R
10.     B
11.     R
12.     F
13.     R
14.     F
15.     F



Exercise 11

When they finished their meal, they asked for the bill.
I always leave a big tip if I have enjoyed my meal.
Crystal glasses are a sign of a quality restaurant.
The menu changes daily.
I prefer using cloth napkins to paper napkins.
You order at the counter in a fast food restaurant.
I don’t like to drink out of a plastic cup.
The waiter was very helpful.
You pay at the till in a food restaurant.
Takeaway restaurants don’t have any cutlery at all.
I don’t like sitting on plastic chairs.

Exercise 12 a

Speaker 1 – takeaway
Speaker 2 - restaurant
Speaker 3 - supermarket
Speaker 4 – fast food

Exercise 12 b

a.    Fast food restaurant – cheeseburger and chips
b.   Restaurant – steak, pasta
c.    Takeaway – pizza, Indian, Chinese

Exercise 13

dirty – knife
chipped – glass
cold – soup
overcooked – steak
wrong - order



Grammar in use

Page 120

Exercise 14

1.     some
2.   any
3.   little
4.   few
5.    no
6.   some
7.    any
8.   few
9.   little
10.    no
  
Exercise 15

1.     some
2.   any
3.   no
4.   little



Exercise 16 a

1.     much
2.   no
3.   little
4.   anything
5.    many
6.   any
7.    some
8.   little
9.   few
10.                      some

Exercise 16 b



Exercise 17

1.     much
2.   a little
3.   many
4.   some/ a few
5.    plenty of
6.   a few
7.    much
8.   plenty of/ a lot of
9.   a little
10.                      many
11.a lot of
12.                       much

 Exercise 18



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Exercise 19



Exercise 20



Exercise 21

1.     g
2.   b
3.   c
4.   h
5.    i
6.   l
7.    k
8.   j
9.   e
10.    d
11. f
12.     a



Exercise 22 a

1.     on
2.   to
3.   between
4.   from
5.    in
6.   for
7.    in
8.   from

Exercise 22 b

1.     about
2.   on
3.   at
4.   for
5.    in

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Exercise 23

1.     put off
2.   made up
3.   made up for
4.   put out
5.    put forward
6.   put up with
7.    make out
8.   putting aside
9.   put away
10.                      made off with

Exercise 24

0. these
1. by
2. as
3. it
4. be
5. same
6. such
7. in
8. their
9. can
10. up
11. more
12. as
13. the
14. into
15. too


Exercise 25 a

1.     cake (= easy)
2.   beans (= energetic)
3.   tea (= to one’s taste)
4.   nutshell (= simple put)
5.    potato (= controversial)
6.   soup (= in trouble)

Exercise 25 b

Students’ own answers

Page 123

Exercise 26

1.     eye
2.   good
3.   sun
4.   ocean

1.     bring sth to the attention of the public
2.   romantic idea of the past
3.   the place where you most want to be
4.   a very small amount

Exercise 27 a

meat grinder – mincer
candy – sweets
jelly – jam
chips – crisps
cookie/cracker – biscuit
eggplant – aubergine
French fries – chips
zucchini – courgette
ground meal - mincemeat

Exercise 27 b

Students’ own answers

Exercise 28

1.     piece
2.   grain
3.   loaf
4.   bunch
5.    pinch
6.   clove

It was tiny, the size of a grain of rice.
He went to the baker’s to get a loaf of bread.
At the market I bought a bunch of grapes.
Add a pinch of salt to the water when it starts to boil.
First chop and fry a clove of garlic and then add the onion to the pan.

Exercise 29

1. isn’t much milk left
2. offered (to give) us
3. reminded him to take
4. have run out of
5. is hardly any food/ anything
6. advised Tim to cut down
7. much does that saucepan cost
8. suggested inviting/ (that) we invite Lisa

1.     not + much + uncountable noun
2.   reported speech
3.   reported speech
4.   fixed phrase
5.    fixed phrase
6.   reported speech
7.    fixed phrase
8.   reported speech

Exercise 30

1.     it
2.  
3.   been
4.  
5.    The
6.   be
7.   
8.   they
9.   are
10.                      lots
11.can
12.                      
13.                       they
14.                       all
15.                      
16.                       up
17.                      



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Exercise 31

1.     G
2.   F
3.   G
4.   S
5.    F
6.   S
7.    G

Exercise 32



Exercise 33

1.     T
2.   T
3.   F
4.   F
5.    F
6.   T

Exercise 34




Exercise 35

1.     a
2.   b
3.   c
4.   a
5.    b
6.   a

Exercise 36

The pictures shows: burger and French fries, prawns and rice, steak and onion, green salad, griller chicken, club sandwich, chocolate cake, fruit salad, baked potato and pasta.

I think the best choice for the boys would be the grilled chicken with baked potatoes and a green salad. This would give them a very filling and healthy meal. They could also have the fruit salad for dessert.

Page 125

Exercise 37 a

2nd

Exercise 37 b

1.     Thanks, that sounds like fun, I’d love to.
2.   I guess so. I don’t think I’ve got anything else planned.
3.   Thanks for asking me, it sounds great but I’m afraid I can’t.
4.   No, thanks. I don’t enjoy children’s parties.

Exercise 37 c



Exercise 38 a

At a delicatessen counter/ shop.

Exercise 38 b

1.     What would you like?
2.   Would you like anything else?
3.   Will that be all?
4.   Who’s next, please?



Exercise 39 a

Two

Exercise 39 b

1.     Have you been served?
2.   What can I get you?
3.   Would you like any fries with that?
4.   OK. Anything else?
5.    That’s £6.20 then, please.

Exercise 39 c



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Exercise 41

He could be describing himself because some aspects of Oliver Twist reflect Dickens’ own childhood when he was sent out to work in a factory at the age of twelve.

Exercise 42 a



Exercise 42 b

Students’ own answers

Exercise 43

Picture 1

Exercise 44 

13
2
4
8
5
10
6
3

pale ≠ rosy-cheeked
quiet ≠ loud
dark ≠ light
cold ≠ hot
frightened ≠ unafraid
angrily ≠ calmly
enthusiastic ≠ indifferent
  
Exercise 45 a

9
1
12
7
11

Exercise 45 b

Oliver Twist – pale, thin and very small
The master – fat and healthy
Mr Sowerberry – tall and thin with black clothes
Mrs Sowerberry – short and thin with a narrow face
  
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Exercise 47

       


Exercise 48

1.     Introduction
2.   Food & Prices
3.   Service
4.   Atmosphere
5.    Conclusion

Positive points: wide range of Indian cuisine, beautifully cooked and presented, good value for money, reasonable prices, friendly and polite waiters, tasteful décor, pleasant atmosphere.
Negative points: service a little slow, poor lighting.
Linking contrasting ideas: However, Nevertheless, although
Linking similar ideas: What is more, as, and, In addition, Therefore

Exercise 49

        


Exercise 50

start
end
end
start
end
start
end

Exercise 51
         


Exercise 52 a

       The first four

Exercise 52 b

        The first four and the last four

Exercise 53 a
        




Exercise 53 b

      


Exercise 54

-        You can only judge whether something is good/ successful etc. or not after you have tried it or experienced for yourself.
-        You shouldn’t worry too much about dietary advice and better to eat what you enjoy.


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