miercuri, 26 martie 2014

WAY AHEAD 6 - WORKBOOK : UNIT 14


Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la Unit 14 din caietul de limba engleza pentru clasa a VI-a intitulat WAY AHEAD 6 - Workbook, Editura Macmillan, Autori Printha Ellis si Mary Bowen, New Edition 2005


UNIT 14 Lesson 1:


1
  1. d
  2. h
  3. c
  4. a
  5. f
  6. e
  7. b
  8. g


2
  1. John, where is your homework?
  2. What time is it?
  3. How many oceans are there?
  4. Meg, why do you need a pen?
  5. Who can name three oceans?
  6. When does the lesson finish?

3
Atlantic; arctic; Indian; Mediterranean; pacific; north; Antarctic; black
How many did you find? 8

Unit 14 lesson 2

1
  1. are: present;  were: past
  2. weight: present;  weighed: past
  3. can: present;  could: past
  4. is doing: present continuous;  was doing: past continuous

2
  1. was
  2. were
  3. could
  4. meant
  5. were doing
  6. was swimming

3
  1. why the water was so dirty.
  2. what they could hear.
  3. what the dolphin was doing.
  4. how much did she know about whales.
  5. where the divers were going.
  6. who worked on that ship.

Unit 14 study skills

1
  1. lazy
  2. happy
  3. lucky
  4. heavy
  5. beauty
  6. angry
  7. hungry
  8. pretty
  9. noisy
  10. hungrily
  11. prettier
  12. noisily
  13. angrier
  14. luckier
  15. happiness

2
  1. c
  2. l
  3. s
  4. h
  5. w
  6. t
  7. w
  8. b
  9. palm
  10. lamb
  11. wheat
  12. castle
  13. muscles
  14. wreck
  15. island
  16. answer

Unit 14 Composition

Lions live in Africa on grassy plains. Compared to lions, tigers live in Asia, in the jungle.
Lions have sandy brown fur because of the sun heat. Males have mane of long hair on neck. Compared to lion, tigers have stripes of black and orange colours. Mal and female look alike.
Lions are meat eaters; they eat smaller animals, for example zebra, deer, etc. Like lions, tigers are meat eaters too. They have been known to attack man.
Lions live in family groups, but tigers live alone, not in groups.
Lions are not considered endangered species; many of them live in national parks. Compared to lions, tigers are considered endangered specie, because many have been shot. Now they are protected.

Unit 14 revision

1
  1. Anna asked Tom where her sunglasses were.
  2. Tom said he didn’t know.
  3. Anna told Tom she couldn’t find them anywhere.
  4. Tom told her to look in her bag.
  5. Anna told Tom she was tired of looking.
  6. Tom told Anna not to sit down because the glasses were on the chair.

2
1.      we will go in the park.
2.      I do my homework.
3.      I get a good mark.

3
1.      Playing football and basketball, which are both popular sports, are good ways to get fit.
2.      Dentists, who are especially worried about children’s teeth, say we should all eat less sugar.
3.      The merchant ship, which was sailing from China to Europe, was raided by pirates.
4.      Hunters, who wanted the animals’ fur, shot many tigers.
5.      Coral, which is used for jewellery, is picked by divers.
6.      It is good to eat fruit and vegetables, which are full of vitamins.

4
  1. had, would buy
  2. would go, let
  3. would pass, worked
  4. rained, would ride
  5. ate, would not hurt

5
  1. If Billy hadn’t hated brushing his hair, he wouldn’t look untidy.
  1. Fred and Jim wouldn’t be overweight if they did some exercises.
  2. Maggie wouldn’t be tired at school if she went to bed earlier.
  3. If Sue had a kitten, she would name it “Fluffy”.

6
2. Gold has been used for jewellery since ancient times.
3. Coins have been made of silver for years.
4. Many tigers have been killed by hunters.
5. The treasure has been found by the divers in the sea.

7

  1. Polar bears have white fur so that it is the same colour as the snow.
  2. Eagles have strong claws so that they can catch its food.
  3. People wear cotton clothes in summer so that they can keep cold.
  4. Swiss houses have steep roofs so that the snow can fall down.
  5. Some houses are painted white so that they can keep cool in summer.

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