luni, 29 septembrie 2014


Rezolvarea exercitiilor din manualul de limba engleza intitulat NEW INSIDE OUT – Upper intermediate- Student’s Book, autori Sue Kay & Vaughan Jones, Editura Macmillan, Editia 2009


Reading & Vocabulary

Exercise 1 Page 14

0-2 infancy
2-12 childhood
12-18 adolescence
18-40 adulthood
40-65 middle age
65 - ... old age

buying a car – adulthood
changing a baby’s nappy – adulthood
first words – infancy
a free bus pass – childhood
learning to swim – childhood
leaving home – adulthood
retiring – middle age
school trips for exchanges – adolescence

infancy – first steps
childhood – learn the numbers
adolescence – study computers
adulthood – marriage
middle age – become a grandparents
old age – have fun with grandchildren

The best age to learn a foreign language is childhood.

Exercise 2 Page 14

a). She stayed with three exchange students: a French student from Angers, a German exchange from Bremen and a Spanish exchange from Salamanca.
b). She relished her escape from rural life in Somerset and she loved the exoticism of her new friends.
c). As she grew older, faultlines developed in her exchange relationships. Frauke didn’t get very well with her, Amalia thought that she wasn’t really cool enough for her and the friendship with Axell soured.

Exercise 3 Page 14

Language learning
Describing people
Pen friend
Grew apart
Barely speaking
In touch
Doted on

Exercise 4 Page 14

a.     aptitude
b.    rusty
c.     doted on
d.     hip, urban
e.     barely speaking
f.       in touch

answer the questions:
a.     They will not hesitate sending them to live with host families.
b.    Spanish and German
c.     German
d.     Because they had to get into the Studio Nightclub with a fake ID, to dance on sticky carpets and to get home for an 11.00 p.m. curfew.
e.     Because they grew apart during the university years.
f.       Axelle and Frauke


Exercise 2 Page 16

a.     Cher
b.    Paul
c.     Gina
d.     Kayleigh’s mum
e.     Kayleigh
f.       Alex

Grammar & Vocabulary

Exercise 1 Page 17

a.     attempts to run away
b.    forced his son to join
c.     enjoys being, hates being
d.     dread my friends finding
e.     makes her daughter cuddle

Exercise 1 Page 17

Verb + to-infinitive: aim; arrange; decide; hope; offer
Verb + object + to-infinitive: aim; allow; ask; expect; help; teach; tell
Verb + gerund: avoid; can’t afford; finish; mind
Verb + object + gerund: encourage
Verb + object + infinitive without to: spend time

Exercise 3 Page 17

a.     talking
b.    to save
c.     lending
d.     to drive
e.     stay out
f.       studying
g.     sitting; watching
h.    to start

Exercise 4 Page 17

Keep their rooms tidy – c
To take drugs – e
Smoke – b
To respect their elders – h
To keep fit – a
To play their music too loud – g
To do well at school – f
To believe everything they hear - d

Exercise 5 Page 17
Exercises Unit 2 page 133

1. to get
2. to rush
3. to go
4. to buy
5. looking
6. coming
7. to do
8. make

a. to cook
b. living; to move
c. going
d. to have
e. obey; do; getting
f. to get; to have
g. to follow

Pronunciation & Vocabulary

Exercise 3 Page 18

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


Exercise 1 Page 18

All of them are very important.

Exercise 2 Page 18

a.     F
b.    T
c.     T
d.     T
e.     F
f.       T

Exercise 3 Page 18

a.     to meeting
b.    to know
c.     to come
d.     to have
e.     to be
f.       to last


Exercise 1 Page 19

He wants to meet Sarah’s parents because Sarah fancies going to London for the day, and she feels like having Sunday lunch at home and he always does what she wants.

Exercise 2 Page 19

his shyness; his conversation skills; his background; his job; his red hair

Grammar & Vocabulary

Exercise 1 Page 19

a.     at
b.    with
c.     about

Exercise 2 Page 19

a.     to
b.    for
c.     on
d.     of
e.     at
f.       in
g.     with
h.    about

Exercise 3 Page 19

It’s difficult for me to talk about relationships with my parents.
I find it embarrassing to talk about relationships with my parents.
It isn’t boring to visit relatives.
I don’t find it amusing to discuss politics with my parents.
It’s easy for me to annoy my brothers and sisters.

Reading & Listening

Exercise 1 Page 20

Conversation 1
1.      The door’s open.
2.    cheers – that’s great
3.    how are you
4.    absolutely exhausted
5.     What’ve you been up to
6.    chill out
7.     do you want
8.    whatever
9.    I’m afraid I don’t know
10.      rather old

Conversation 2
1.      Do come in
2.    thank you -  that’s very kind of you
3.    how is it going
4.    totally shattered
5.     what’s the matter?
6.    relax
7.     Would you prefer
8.    anyone
9.    I’m afraid I don’t know
10.      rather old

Listening & Speaking

Exercise 3  Page 21

1, 8, 4, 2, 5, 11, 6, 12, 10, 3, 7, 9

Useful Phrases

Exercise 1 Page 22

a.     Jill Brown has 3 children.
b.    Jill’s favourite room is the kitchen.
c.     The bathroom walls are pink.

Exercise 1 Page 22

The bathroom 4
Jill’s bedroom 7
Katy’s bedroom 5
The dining room 3
The kitchen 1
The living room 2

She doesn’t show Marie’s bedroom, Ben’s bedroom and the study.

Exercise 3 Page 22

a.     house
b.    dogs
c.     the microwave
d.     Katy’s bedroom
e.     bathroom

Exercise 4 Page 22

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

Exercise 5 Page 22

a.     introduce you
b.    surprise
c.     scarce
d.     my money
e.     get up at 6:30 a.m.

Vocabulary Extra

Exercise 1 Page 23

a.     To ‘know’ a word means that you understand its meaning.
b.    I think I know a lot of words, but I don’t know the number of them.
c.     I think I know more word in my mother language than in English.

Exercise 2 Page 23

a.     the
b.    45%
c.     80%
d.     7,500 words

Exercise 3 Page 23

a.     5 main meanings and many phrases
b.    to want a word with sb
c.     it means a short conversation
d.     25
e.     5

Exercise 5 Page 23

a.     say
b.    keep
c.     hear
d.     put
e.     take care
f.       fail

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