duminică, 26 octombrie 2014

FCE GOLD PLUS - COURSEBOOK - UNIT 7


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 7: BACK TO THE FUTURE

Listening 1

Exercise 2 Page 80

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

Exercise 5 Page 80

1.      dropped out
2.    didn’t matter what
3.    had to do it
4.    never forget what

Vocabulary 1

Exercise 1 Page 81

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

Exercise 2 Page 81

1.      luxuries – cakes, chocolates
2.    facilities – central heating, hot showers
3.    problems – cold, hunger
4.    weapons – swords, spears
5.     materials – wool, leather
6.    skills – hunting, farming, cooking
7.     electrical equipment – televisions, computers
8.    advantages – lack of pollution, closeness to nature

Exercise 3 Page 81

O: skills
Oo: weapons, problems
Ooo: luxuries
oOo: equipment, advantages
oOoo: facilities, materials

Exercise 4 Page 81

1.      facilities
2.    creatures
3.    inventions
4.    disasters
5.     Cosmetics
6.    subjects
7.     vehicles
8.    equipment

Grammar 1

Exercise 1 Page 82

1
1.      who
2.    which/that
3.    when
4.    where
5.     which
6.    whose
7.     Who
8.    whom

2
1.      sentence 2
2.    sentence 2
3.    sentence 5

Exercise 2 Page 82

1.      The thing which I value it the most
2.     He explained all what everything that
3.    the house where I used to live in
4.    Whose Who does
5.     everything what (that) you can.
6.    Whales, where my grandfather was born there
7.     Students which who want to
8.    Anyone who he wants to return
9.    someone whom who I think
10.      The girl, that who I’d seen before

Exercise 3 Page 82

The idea was first demonstrated by a Frenchman called Lenormand, who jumped from a very tall tree carrying two umbrellas in 1763. later in the 18th century, some adventurous people jumped from hot-air balloons using primitive parachutes which were made from strong cotton cloth. The first person to jump from a flying airplane (and survive the fall) was Captain Albert Berry, who jumped from a US Army plane in 1912.

Exam focus

Exercise 1 Page 83

1.      than
2.    who
3.    at
4.    of
5.     their
6.    by
7.     then
8.    his
9.    in
10.      this/that
11.  have
12.be

Reading

Exercise 3 Page 84

1.      the laatest technical advantages
2.    minute

Exercise 4 Page 84

1.      B
2.    E
3.    A
4/5  B/D
6. B
7/8  B/C
9.    D
10.      C
11.  D
12/13  A/C
14. C
15. E

Exercise 7 Page 84

1.      of
2.    of/in
3.    on
4.    of/on
5.     for
6.    on
7.     on/for
8.    in

Grammar 2

Exercise 1 Page 86

1
1.      is/are
2.    continues/will need
3.    inhabited/would be
4.    were/ would know
5.     had spent/ could have solved

2
1.      if + present + present
2.    a)  if + present + future  b) if + past simple + would
3.    if + past perfect + would/could have

Exercise 2 Page 86

1.      if he practices
2.    if you take
3.    if I had known
4.    you get
5.     if I had worked
6.    I could fix
7.     I would never have gone
8.    I would get

Exercise 3 Page 86

Sample answers
2 If colonies are established on Mars, this may solve the population problem.
3 If protein and vitamin pills replace …, meals will be very boring.
4 If everyone speaks the same language, we will be able to communicate better.

Exercise 5 Page 86

1.      have
2.    Take care, go
3.    wouldn’t have had
4.    wouldn’t have wanted

Speaking

Exercise 2 Page 87

1
1.      shall we begin
2.    don’t you
3.    comes first
4.    me too
5.     could manage
6.    that’s a good point
7.     what about
8.    Do you agree
9.    suppose
10.      That’s true

Exam focus

Exercise 1 Page 88

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

Vocabulary 2

Exercise 1 Page 88

1.      made
2.    do
3.    do
4.    make
5.     make/do
6.    making
7.     make
8.    has made

Exercise 2 Page 88

1
1.      spare
2.    cookery
3.    historiacl
4.    latest
5.     sunny
6.    swift

2
a.     cookery
b.    sunny
c.     swift
d.     spare
e.     historical
f.       latest

Use of English 2

Exercise 2 Page 89

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

Writing

Exercise 1 Page 90

b)

Exercise 3 Page 90

Paragraph 1: D
Paragraph 2: B
Paragraph 3: C
Paragraph 4: A

Exercise 4 Page 90

1
a.     However
b.    To sum up

2
1.      because of
2.    therefore
3.    Because/even though

Exercise 5 Page 90

Sample answer
Most towns and cities have at least one museum, but how important are museums to people living in the 21st century?
Some people claim that museums use up money which would be better spent on other things.
Museums are usually in very big old buildings in the city and that means they require a lot of maintenance. These buildings could be sold for a big profit and the money could be used for things like hospitals or the police: things that would have a positive impact on everyone’s lives.
However, other people that if we understand how things happened in the past, we can improve the future. Museums play an important role in educating both the young and the old and they are centres for research. Also, museums are very important for tourism and they provide a peaceful place in the centre of busy cities, ehere anyone can go to relax.
To sum up, it seems to me that museums are a vital part of modern life and in no way a waste of money.

Unit 7 Review

Exercise 1 Page 91

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

Exercise 2 Page 91

Sample answers
1.      ..., I would goto Australia.
2.    ... will own my own company.
3.    … would have lived in a cave …
4.    … would take him to the old part first.
5.     … can concentrate better …
6.    … would take up horse-riding.
7.     … would have been born in Roman times because …
8.    … would turn it down because …

Exercise 3 Page 91

1.      although
2.    However,
3.    Despite
4.    as a result of
5.     therefore
6.    however

Exercise 4 Page 91

1.      customer
2.    thickness
3.    returned
4.    complaint
5.     thinner
6.    amazement
7.     popularity
8.    dramatically
9.    unaware
10.      confusion



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