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GENERATION 2000 - WORKBOOK - UNIT D


Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la UNIT D din caietul de lucru de limba engleza intitulat GENERATION 2000 WORKBOOK 2, Autori Colin Granger, Digby Beaumont si Ken Singleton, Editura Heinemann, editia 1993

UNIT D LESSON 31

Ex. 1a/ page 51

1.     wants her to pass
2.   wants him to open
3.   wants her to throw
4.   wants her to take off
5.    wants her to give
6.   wants them to play

Ex. 1b/ page 51

1.     He wants to dry
2.   She wants to get
3.   They want to finish
4.   She wants to watch
5.    They want to get
6.   She wants to go


Ex. 1c/ page 51

1.     you pass me the towel
2.   you think you could open the door
3.   you think you could throw the ball over the fence
4.   you take off your hat
5.    you give us the drinks
6.   you play in the garden

Ex. 1d/ page 51

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

Ex. 2/ page 52

1.     I have
2.   I watch
3.   you mind if I have
4.   I play
5.    I borrow
6.   you mind if I have

Ex. 3/ page 52

I’m looking forward to go to the seaside.
I’m looking forward to see those pictures.
I’m looking forward to finish this project.

Ex. 4/ page 52

1.     borrow
2.   lend

UNIT D LESSON 32

Ex. 1a/ page 52

a.    driving instructor
b.   tandem
c.    cemetery
d.   referee
e.    unicycle
f.      snorkel
g.    busker
h.   runway

Ex. 1b/ page 52

1.     which
2.   who
3.   which
4.   who
5.    where
6.   where
7.    who
8.   where

Ex. 2/ page 53

1.     who lives near your house
2.   which is used for carrying things
3.   where pedestrians walk
4.   who cuts women’s hair
5.    where cars are kept
6.   which is used to repair things

Ex. 3/ page 53

1.     where
2.   that
3.   which
4.   where
5.    who
6.   that

Ex. 3b/ page 53

1.     where
2.   who, that
3.   which

Ex. 4a/ page 53

1.     historian
2.   penfriend
3.   drug store
4.   driving license
5.    camping station
6.   hobby
7.    library
8.   vet
9.   truck
10.                      TV-ardent

Ex. 4b/ page 53

1.     A calculator is a machine which is used for adding up numbers.
2.    A wallet is a thing which is used for keeping your money.
3.    A librarian is a person who sells books.
4.    A teacher is a person who teaches pupils.
5.    A book shop is a place where you can buy books.
6.    A guest house is a place where guests are coming to.

UNIT D LESSON 33

Ex. 1/ page 54

1.     Luis
2.   Tom
3.   Daniel
4.   Gina
5.    Sara
6.   Isabel

Ex. 2/ page 55

1.     You should revise your vocabulary as often as possible. Try to listen to English TV channels.
2.   If I were you I would tell her the truth as soon as possible. If she finds out by herself, maybe she will be angrier.
3.   Why don’t you take a rest or even going on a trip? Try to stay away from all your problems and I’m sure you’ll feel better.

UNIT D LESSON 34

Ex. 1a/ page 55

1.     1 were rescued
2.   were called
3.   was damaged
4.   were injured
5.    were taken

Ex. 1b/ page 56

1.     destroyed
2.   helped
3.   were saved
4.   started
5.    was informed
6.   traveled

Ex. 2/ page 56

1.     money was stolen
2.   they stole
3.   did you phone
4.   I phoned
5.    was the money kept
6.   it was kept
7.    was the safe open
8.   somebody opened
9.   did the robbers get
10.    did they get
11. they got
12.     did they break
13.     was anything else taken
14.     was stolen
15.     did you hear

Ex. 3/ page 57

1.     was built
2.   built
3.   took
4.   was taken
5.    was invited
6.   invited

Ex. 4a/ page 57

1.     was burnt down
2.   were shot
3.   were flooded
4.   was damaged
5.    were stolen
6.   was evacuated
7.    was rescued
8.   were injured

UNIT D LESSON 35

Ex. 1/ page 58

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

Ex. 2/ page 58

1.     station
2.   master
3.   bronze
4.   feed

Ex. 3/ page 58

1.     No, he didn’t.
2.   No, he didn’t.
3.   Because it was old and damaged.

UNIT D LESSON 36

Ex. 1/ page 59

1.     a. I wouldn’t stay b. I’d get out
2.   a. I wouldn’t continue  b. I’d wait
3.   a. I’d lie b. I wouldn’t put
4.   a. I wouldn’t run b. I’d stand
5.    a. I wouldn’t get b. I’d stay
6.   a. I’d give b. I wouldn’t refuse

Ex. 2/ page 60

2.   I would eat some sugar.
3.   I would call for a taxi.

Ex. 3/ page 60

1.     bite an apple
2.   call out for help
3.   crawl along the ground
4.   fill a glass with water
5.    follow someone along the road
6.   knock on the door
7.    put out a fire
8.   set off a fire alarm
9.   suck a drink through a straw
10.    dig a hole
11.warn someone of danger

UNIT D LESSON 37

Ex. 1a/ page 60

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

Ex. 1b/ page 61

2. If I saw someone stealing a bike, I would call the police. I wouldn’t stop the thief taking the bike.
3. If a foreign tourist asked me a question in English, I would speak English. I wouldn’t answer in my own language.
4. If I saw a man throwing litter from a parked car, I would ask him to pick it up. I wouldn’t throw the litter back into the car.
5. If two more people tried to get in a lift, I would make room for them. I wouldn’t tell them to wait for the next lift.
6. If a friend told me a joke that I heard before, I would let him finish and then laugh. I wouldn’t tell him to stop.

Ex. 2a/ page 61

2. What would they do if they were older?
3. Who would she see if she turned round?
4. What would the girls do if they knew there was a bull in the field?
5. What would happen if he jumped off the bridge?
6. Who would he marry if he could marry anyone?

Ex. 2b/ page 61

2. They would go to the park.
3. She would see a policeman.
4. They run away.
5. He could hurt himself.
6. He would marry a beautiful and smart woman.

Ex. 3/ page 61

1.     If I could be fluent in five languages, I’d choose English, Spanish, German, Italian and French.
2.   If I won lots of money, I would buy a big house, a nice car, a good computer, many books and many flowers.
3.   If I could be good at five sports, I would choose skating, gymnastics, football, baseball and basketball.

Ex. 4a/ page 62

1.     c
2.   a
3.   b
4.   d

Ex. 4b/ page 62

will; would

Ex. 5a/ page 62

1.     change
2.   cheats
3.   envy
4.   kiss
5.    shoplifting

GENERAL

Ex. 1a/ page 63

2.
a. wants to stop
b. wants her to have
c. doesn’t want to have
3.
a. wants to take
b. doesn’t want him to take
4.
a. wants him to clean
b. doesn’t want to clean
c. wants to play

Ex. 1b/ page 63

1.     you sit down
2.   you want me to stop
3.   I take
4.   I do

Ex. 2a/ page 63

1.     where
2.   which
3.   where
4.   who
5.    which
6.   who
7.    which
8.   where

Ex. 2b/ page 63

1.     no
2.   yes
3.   no
4.   yes
5.    yes
6.   yes
7.    yes
8.   no

Ex. 3/ page 64

1.     would; were you
2.   should
3.   don’t you
4.   I; if; were
5.    you
6.   should

Ex. 4a/ page 64

1.     did the accident happen
2.   did the plane land
3.   was the plane damaged
4.   was the pilot killed
5.    people were injured
6.   were they injured
7.    took the people to hospital
8.   was the motorway closed

Ex. 4b/ page 64

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

Ex. 5/ page 65

1.     If she didn’t have to take an exam, she’d go to the beach.
2.   If he weren’t in hospital, he would have been paying football in the park.
3.   If he didn’t have to take the dog for a walk, he would have been watching TV at home.
4.   If she had some money, she would buy some new leggings.
Ex. 6/ page 65

1.     a racket
2.   a scarf
3.   an alarm clock
4.   a fire alarm
5.    a vehicle
6.   a shoplifter
7.    a vegetarian
8.   a chatterbox
9.   a workaholic
10.    a manager

Ex. 7/ page 65

1.     sheep, rat, bear, hamster
2.   wardrobe
3.   baker, security guard, firefighter
4.   forest
5.    air
6.   gas, electricity
7.    motorway
8.   ink



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