duminică, 5 octombrie 2014

FCE GOLD PLUS - COURSEBOOK - UNIT 4


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 4: FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Vocabulary 1

Exercise 1 Page 42

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


Exercise 2 Page 42

Footballer: I eat lots of protein…
Celebrity: I mostly eat fruit …

Listening

Exercise 2 Page 42

2
a.     2
b.    1
c.     3
d.     5
e.     10

Exercise 3 Page 42

1.      a restaurant
2.    eight/ 8
3.    model
4.    (TV) programme
5.     simple
6.    lifesstyle
7.     cookery book
8.    wedding
9.    unemployed
10.      drums

Vocabulary 2

Exercise 1 Page 43

1.      for
2.    in
3.    on
4.    to
5.     as
6.    in
7.     on
8.    for/in
9.    to
10.      of

Exam focus

Exercise 1 Page 44

1.      Because it helps people to understand other cultures, it’s good for you and it’s environmentally friendly.
2.    She is more reluctant.

Exercise 2 Page 44

1.      A (line 6: nine-year study of entamophagy, the eating of insects, which has taken them all over the globe.)
2.    C (line 13: I came across a magazine called the Food Insect Newsletter and I just became fascinated)
3.    A (line 22: I knew that I couldn’t refuse or they would have been terribly offended.)
4.    B (line 25: so I had to crunch down on it so it didn’t get away)
5.     C
6.    A (line 33: it has juicy white meat inside, like a crab)
7.     B (line 37: ‘I know it makes sense in environmental terms’)
8.    D (line 45: I think we gain more understanding of their culture)

Grammar 1

Exercise 1 Page 46

a.     countable: book, knife, plate, potato, series, spider
b.    uncountable: accommodation, advice, aerobics, information, luggage, maths, news, progress, traffic, transport
c.     countable or uncountable: chocolate, food, fruit, meal
d.     always plural: clothes, police, scissors, trousers

Exercise 2 Page 46

1.      a) countable b) uncountable
2.    a) uncountable b) countable
3.    a) uncountable b) countable
4.    a) uncountable b) countable
5.     a) countable b) uncountable
6.    a) uncountable b) countable

Exercise 3 Page 46

1.      luggage
2.    These scissors aren’t
3.    have been informed
4.    Maths is
5.     trousers/don’t
6.    information
7.     isn’t
8.    some advice
9.    Traffic/has
10.      was the best

Exercise 4 Page 46

+ uncountable nouns: some, not much, a little, very little
+ plural countable nouns: lots of, hardly any, no

Watch Out!
Few and little
1.      b, a    2. d, c


Use of English

Exercise 3 Page 47

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

Exercise 4 Page 47

1.      have
2.    them
3.    has
4.    in
5.     so
6.    why
7.     a
8.    well
9.    to
10.      It
11.   with
12. the

Reading 2

Exercise 3 Page 48

1.      E
2.    C
3.    D
4.    A
5.     G
6.    B

Grammar 2

Exercise 1 Page 49

1.      I’ll have been – patient (future perfect)
2.    I’m going to get – patient
3.    will cure – doctor
4.    I’ll try it! – patient
5.     I begin – patient (present simple)
6.    is going to work – doctor
7.     I’m leaving – patient (present continuous)
8.    I’ll be living -  patient (future continuous)

Exercise 2 Page 49

1
1.      we’ll just be arriving
2.    will break
3.    I’m going to apply
4.    will rain
5.     I’ll have
6.    will you have finished

Exercise 3 Page 49

1
1.      Are you going
2.    ‘ll give
3.    ‘m leaving
4.    ‘ll be

2
1.      are you going to do
2.    ‘s
3.    is
4.    lands
5.     aren’t going to have

3
1.      won’t be going
2.    ‘ll have done
3.    ‘ll be finished
4.    Won’t you be having

Vocabulary 3

Exercise 1 Page 50

1.      throat
2.    ankle
3.    wrist
4.    cheek
5.     stomach
6.    thigh
7.     heart
8.    thumb
9.    finger
10.      knee
11.   elbow
12. forehead
13. mouth
14. eyebrow
15.  shoulder

Exercise 2 Page 50

1.      arms, legs
2.    legs
3.    arms, eyebrows, hands, fist
4.    shoulders
5.     head
6.    fist, teeth
7.     arms, back, legs

Exercise 3 Page 50

Sample answers
1.      stretch your arms
2.    stretch your arms
3.    bend your legs
4.    clench your fists
5.     clench your teeth
6.    nod your head
7.     shrug your shoulders
8.    cross your legs
9.    rub your back
10.      shrug your shoulders

Exercise 4 Page 50

1.      mouth
2.    heart
3.    tooth
4.    hands
5.     back

Exercise 5 Page 50

1.      prescription
2.    surgery
3.    heal
4.    temperature
5.     injections
6.    sore
7.     pain
8.    hurt
9.    over
10.      bruised

Speaking

Exercise 1 Page 51

1
1.      good idea
2.    drawback
3.    problem
4.    advantage
5.     benefit
6.    disadvatage

2
Positive: a good idea, an advantage, a benefit
Negative: drawback, problem, disadvantage

Writing

Exercise 1 Page 52

1.      c
2.    b

Exercise 2 Page 52

Title B

Exercise 3 Page 52

1.      better education
2.    more nourishing food
3.    more intensive and varied exercise
4.    medical advances

Exercise 4 Page 52

Sample answer
Healthier than ever before!
(as exercise 2)
The most important difference between us and the older generation is education. There is so much information about what is healthy and what is not that it’s easy to know what you should and shouldn’t eat. My parents certainly didn’t learn about this at school as my generation all have.
As well as that, food now is produced to a much higher standard than it used to be. Farming is more efficient and restaurants are cleaner. Most towns also have a gym where it is possible to exercise in many different ways. Finally, there have been more advances in medical technology in our lifetime than at any time in history, which means that we will live longer than any generation before us.

Unit 4 Review

Exercise 1 Page 53

1.      books
2.    information
3.    produce
4.    transport
5.     research
6.    climates
7.     progress
8.    experts
9.    health

Exercise 3 Page 53

1.      I don’t like riding my bike when there is too much of heavy traffic.
2.    When I finish college, I’m going to apply for a job in a hospital.
3.    I will be graduating this time next year.
4.    There were a lot of insects in the garden.
5.     That was good advice you gave me about how to cook vegetables.
6.    I’m meeting to my friend for lunch on Saturday.
7.     They will have arrived in Australia by midday tomorrow.
8.    Not many of people know the answer to that question.
9.    By the end of next year, I will have completed my medical course.
10.      We’ve got hardly any of food left.

Exercise 4 Page 53

1.      cooking
2.    vitamin
3.    allergic
4.    habitat
5.     swallow
6.    high
7.     diary
8.    ingredients
9.    nutritious
10.      advances
11.   potato
12. catering      missing words = carbohydrate



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