vineri, 3 octombrie 2014

FCE GOLD PLUS - COURSEBOOK - UNIT 3


Rezolvarea exercitiilor din manualul de limba engleza intitulat FCE GOLD PLUS – Student’s Book, autori Rawdon Wyatt with Jacky Newbrook and Judith Wilson, Editura Longman, Editia 2008

FCE GOLD PLUS – Unit 3: FACT OR FICTION?

Reading 1

Exercise 3 Page 30

b)

Exercise 4 Page 30

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


Exercise 7 Page 30

1.      disoriented – confused, not able to understand what is happening or where you are
2.    unsteadily – shaking when you try to stand or walk
3.    trails – pathways in the grass where people have walked
4.    scattered – spread over a wide area
5.     murmured – said in a low voice

Vocabulary 1

Exercise 1 Page 32

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

Exercise 2 Page 32

1.      I got/ caught a glimpse – see does not collocate
2.    started at – stare is intransitive (cannot have an object) but can be followed by a preposition plus noun or pronoun.
3.    a quick look – a gaze must always be long, and you can’t give a glimpse
4.    gave him a state – make does not collocate
5.     He was unaware of his gaze – this is always singular.
6.    ok

Exercise 3 Page 32

1.      looking into
2.    looking forward to going
3.    look it up
4.    looked up to
5.     look out for
6.    looks down on

Grammar 1

Exercise 1 Page 33

1.      like
2.    What’s
3.    seems
4.    as
5.     as
6.    like
7.     as though
8.    as if
9.    as
10.      as
11.  like

Exercise 2 Page 33

Sample answers
1.      What are your mother and father/ parents like?
2.    Are you like/ Do you look like your brother/ father? Has your brother/ father got the same colour hair as you?
3.    Do you feel like going to a disco? / Would you like to do something fun, like going to a disco?
4.    What’s your home town like?
5.     Do you like working as a pool attendant? What’s it like?

Exercise 3 Page 33

1.      as
2.    like
3.    as
4.    like
5.     as if/ as though
6.    as
7.     like
8.    as if/ as though

Listening 1

Exercise 2 Page 34

1.      B
2.    it’s useless stuff really, you don’t actually get anything out of it

Exercise 3 Page 34

1.      B
2.    F
3.    A
4.    C
5.     D

Speaking

Exercise 1 Page 34

1 From left to right, top row: a cookery book; a text book; a letter; a sign bottom row: a page on the Internet; a book

Exercise 2 Page 34

1
1.      The cookery book and the page on the Internet
2.    They work together well

2
That’s right. What do you think? Yes, I agree...
But o the other hand… I suppose so. Right.
Well, yes, but… Don’t you think so? OK, but…
Yes, that’s true. And another advantage is that…

Grammar 2

Exercise 1 Page 35

1
1.      harder (adjective); badly, worse (adverbs)
2.    well (adv); good (adj); more (adv)
3.    fast (adv); dangerous (adj)
4.    in that silly, unfriendly way (adv phrase)
5.     still, straight (advs)
6.    harder (adv)
7.     new (adj); automatically (adv)
8.    early (adj); late (adv)

2
Adjective/Adverb/Adverbial phrase
interesting/ interestingly/ in an interesting way
bad/badly
worse/worse
good/well
more/more
fast/fast
dangerous/dangerously
(un)friendly/in a(n) (un)friendly way
still/still
straight/straight
new/newly (built etc.)
automatic/automatically
early/early
late/late

Exercise 2 Page 35

1. a) hard   b) hardly
2. a) lately   b) late
3. a) highly  b) high
4. a) free   b) freely

Exercise 3 Page 35

1.      Does she usually get the bus to college?
2.    He’s not often late.
3.    She’s never been happy there.
4.    You’d better go straight to the house.
5.     I’ll certainly be seeing her tomorrow.
6.    I nearly didn’t make it on time.
7.     Perhaps she’s missed it on time.
8.    Luckily, I managed to get his number from Judy.
9.    You are probably right.
10.      I’m definitely not free next weekend.

Exam focus

Exercise 1 Page 36

Coincidence 1: he was writing about the weather when the wind blew away the papers.
Coincidence 2: the boy who found the papers worked for the same publisher.

Exercise 2 Page 36

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

Listening 2

Exercise 2 Page 37

1.      A
2.    B
3.    B
4.    B
5.     C
6.    A
7.     C

Exercise 4 Page 37

1.      YES
2.    No – so students should look at all three options as they listen
3.    b)

Vocaabulary 2

Exercise 1 Page 38

1.      an absolutely narrow escape (gradable adj.)
2.    absolutely good (gradable adj.)
3.    utterly hard  (gradable adj.)
4.    extremely impossible (non-gradable adj.)
5.     terribly amazing (non-gradable adj.)
6.    completely boring (gradable adj.)
7.     fairly fantastic (non-gradable adj.)
8.    totally good (gradable adj.)

Exercise 2 Page 38

1.      absolutely/ totally/ really/ utterly wonderful (non-gradable)
2.    extremely/ really difficult (gradable)
3.    absolutely/ totally/ utterly superb (non-gradable)
4.    absolutely freezing (non-gradable)
5.     totally/ utterly wrong (non-gradable)
6.    absolutely / really great (non-gradable)

Grammar 3

Exercise 1 Page 38

1
1.      In 1956 in Arizona.
2.    She was walking around the house.
3.    Because his wings had been clipped.
4.    Perky flew off.

2
1.      past continuous, past perfect passive
2.    a) past perfect  b) past continuous

Exercise 2 Page 38

1
No

2
1.      A long period.
2.    Past simple. In the order they happened.
3.    had ... found; past perfect; b)

Exercise 3 Page 38

1.      were sitting
2.    had had
3.    announced
4.    explained
5.     was standing
6.    flew
7.     landed
8.    examined
9.    matched
10.      had been
11.  phoned

2
1.      They were telling stories about pets.
2.    The bird had flown down and landed on his finger.
3.    The dates, places and descriptions of the bird all matched.

Writing

Exercise 1 Page 40

1.      After a while
2.    At first
3.    finally/eventually/then
4.    As soon as
5.     before
6.    After
7.     While
8.    Then/Eventually
9.    finally/eventually

Exercise 2 Page 40

1.      background information
2.    first events and/ or a problem
3.    later actions or results
4.    final outcome

Exercise 4 Page 40

1.      It contains background information and the first event.
3. B – It is the most dramatic.

Exercise 5 Page 40

Sample answer
Emma could not believe what she saw in front of her. She had been sitting in the classroom for the last two hours, not thinking about anything except finishing her history exam. Then suddenly, feeling that something in her surroundings was not right, she had raised her eyes from the exam paper. The classroom had completely disappeared.
Emma found herself standing in a cold damp castle. She was frightened but decided to take a look around. All the rooms were empty, but eventually she came to big hall and found an old man sitting on his own.
‘Welcome Emma,’ he said. ‘Is there something you want to ask me?’
The only thing Emma could think was the questions in her history exam, so that’s what she asked him. The old man smiled and began talking while Emma closed her eyes.
When Emma woke up she was back in the history exam, but for some reason she knew all the answers. Emma knew that she wasn’t going to fail her exam after all!

Unit 3 Review

Exercise 1 Page 41

1.      glimpse
2.    carry on
3.    nerve
4.    unsteadily
5.     severe
6.    investigate
7.     give
8.    trip

Exercise 2 Page 41

1.      I came across
2.    a waste of time
3.    no sign of
4.    going on
5.     found out
6.    made her way

Exercise 3 Page 41

1
1.      spelling
2.    pronunciation
3.    noun
4.    verb
5.     phrases
6.    means

Exercise 4 Page 41

1.      My brother has the same colour hair as me.
2.    You look unhappy – what’s the matter?
3.    What’s the weather like where you are? Is it raining?
4.    That outfits suits you – you look like a model or a film star.
5.     I’m studying very hard for the exams.
6.    She spoke to him in a friendly way, and he felt better at once.
7.     It was absolutely freezing on the mountain top.
8.    Your exam result was very good.

Exercise 5 Page 41

1.      once/after
2.    eventually
3.    then
4.    When
5.     As soon as/ When
6.    before
7.     When/As soon as
8.    While/ As/ When


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