duminică, 5 octombrie 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 2 Page 36

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

Exercise 3 Page 36

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

a.     immediate trip back = an imminent return
b.    excessively wealthy = obscenely rich
c.     badly organised = shambolic
d.     press coverage = media interest
e.     contract to write a book = book deal
f.       absolute conviction =genuine belief
g.     achievable = feasible
h.    especially talented = gifted

Exercise 4 Page 36

a.     self-esteem
b.    self-employed
c.     self-belief
d.     reasonable
e.     enjoyable
f.       unbearable

All of them.

Listening & Vocabulary

Exercise 1 Page 38    

a.     Polar bears hibernate in winter. T
b.    They don’t usually eat seals. F
c.     They are the largest land-based carnivores in the world. T
d.     If you meet a polar bear, you need to stay quiet and make yourself as small as possible. F
e.     They can move at nearly fifty kilometers per hour. T

Exercise 2 Page 38

a.     There were two people in this expedition. Pen Hadow was navigating.
b.    Ben stopped, turned round and looked back along his tracks because he had the feeling that he had forgotten something.
c.     It was March, 2001.
d.     They practiced what to do in case they met a polar bear in the car park of a café.
e.     They wanted to hold the skis in the air, make a lot of noise, try and frighten the bear.
f.       When Pen pulled the trigger the gun was still jammed.

Exercise 3 Page 38   

a.     What did Pen do? Pen reloaded the gun again and pulled the trigger.
b.    What did Ben do? Ben was really scared that he even couldn’t undo the zip on the sledge in order to take the camera and take some photos.
c.     What did the polar bear do? The bear stopped; then it looked up, looked down, turned around and walked off.

Exercise 4 Page 38

The bear (walking) towards us. Pen (reloaded) the gun … so Pen (is) now halfway through our supply of ammunition. He (pulled) the first trigger … he (walks) around his sledge … I (remember) thinking, ‘Wow, Pen’s gone mad… He’s going to get eaten. What (do I do)?’

Exercise 5 Page 38

a. I couldn’t quite figure out what wasn’t right.
b. I shouted at Pen … and our bear drill swang into action.
c. There was no way we could outrun the bear.
d. Pen was in charge of the gun.
e. Pen loaded the gun … closed the barrels, pulled the trigger…
f. He said, ‘The gun’s still jammed.’
g. Everything went into slow motion.
h. I couldn’t even undo the zip on the sledge.


Exercise 1 Page 39

a.     2
b.    3
c.     1
d.     4

a.     past simple
b.    past continuous
c.     past perfect simple
d.     past perfect continuous

a.     N: He didn’t make dinner. Q: Did he make dinner?
b.    N: He wasn’t making dinner. Q: Was he making dinner?
c.     N: He hadn’t made dinner. Q: Hadn’t he made dinner?
d.     N: He hadn’t been making dinner. Q: Hadn’t he been making dinner?

Exercise 2 Page 39

a.     1
b.    1
c.     2
d.     1
e.     2

Exercise 3 Page 39
Unit 4 Exercises pge 134

1. climbed
2. had
3. set off
4. had been following
5. had taken
6. had advised
7. was
8. were wearing
9. were eating
10. had never experienced
11. arrived
12. had travelled
13. had been keeping
14. published
15. had faced


Exercise 1 Page 40

b. Fitness and training
c. Nutrition
d. Clothing
e. Mind

Exercise 2 Page 40

a.     raise
b.    fitness
c.     diet
d.     regular
e.     pair
f.       mind

Exercise 1 Page 41

Things she’ll be doing to prepare for the MoonWalk
Things she’ll be doing to during the MoonWalk
Something she’ll have done when she’s completed the MoonWalk
She’ll be working on her stamina and general fitness levels.
She’ll be going to the gym four times a week.
She’ll be probably supplementing her diet with protein drinks and vitamins.
She’ll be eating energy bars, bananas and other fruit snacks at regular intervals.
She’ll be drinking plenty of water along the way.
She’ll definitely be investing in a good pair of trainers.
She’ll be wearing a hat.
She’ll be wearing a decorated bra.
She’ll have contributed a sum of money to a very good cause.

Future continuous describes an action that will be in progress at a certain time in the future.
Future perfect describes an action that will be completed by a certain time in the future.

Exercise 2 Page 41

a.     I’ll probably be having
b.    I’ll probably be driving
c.     I’ll definitely be working out
d.     I’ll definitely be watching
e.     I’ll probably be working
f.       I’ll probably be living

Exercise 3 Page 41

a.     I’ll have spent a lot of money.
b.    I’ll have sent the text messages.
c.     I’ll have spoken to the people.
d.     I’ll have gone into the shops.
e.     I’ll have done these exercises.
f.       I’ll have driven a few kilometers.
g.     I’ll have eaten chocolate.
h.    I’ll have spent online three hours.
i.       I’ll have said sorry twice.

a.     How much money will you have spent?
b.    How many text messages will you have sent?
c.     How many people will you have spoken to?
d.     How many shops will you have gone into?
e.     How many exercises will you have done?
f.       How many kilometers will you have driven?
g.     How much chocolate will you have eaten?
h.    How many hours will you have spent online?
i.       How many times will you have said sorry?

Exercise 4 Page 41

Unit 4 Exercises

a.     be lying on a beach.
b.    have done my homework.
c.     be watching TV.
d.     have graduated Highschool.
e.     be running in the park.
f.       have written a book.
g.     be dancing at disco.
h.    have had three children.


Exercise 1 Page 42

a.     It is not healthy. It is expensive. It smells ugly.
b.    They enjoy it. They like it. They feel relaxed.
c.     They eat sweets. They take pills. They really want to give it up.

Exercise 2 Page 42

a.     He is getting old and he can’t keep doing this to himself.
b.    Smoking has started conversations, driven away annoying people. Smoking helps him celebrate victories, get over losses, comfort the comfortless. It also chases away the mosquitoes.
c.     He will phone Yefim Shubentsov.


Exercise 2 Page 43

a.     he picked them up
b.    he transmits it
c.     they never abandoned him
d.     they help him get over losses
e.     call me back then

Exercise 3 Page 43

a.     put me off
b.    come down with it
c.     shake it off
d.     take after him
e.     feel up to it

Useful phrases & Pronunciation

Exercise 1 Page 44

a.     difficult sleeping
b.    a twisted ankle
c.     sore throat
d.     sunburn
e.     a splitting headache
f.       hay fever

Exercise 2 Page 44

a.     take some pills and try to sleep.
b.    see a doctor as soon as possible.
c.     drink some tea with honey and lemon.
d.     some cream?
e.     to go to take a nap and relax.
f.       take some aspirin and go to the doctor.

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