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OPPORTUNITIES - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - MODULE 3


Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la MODULE 3 din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa X intitulat OPPORTUNITIES UPPER-INTERMEDIATE, Editura Longman, Autori Michael Harris, David Mower si Anna Sikorzynska, Editia 2011

MODULE 3: STYLE

Warm-up (page 29)

Exercise 1

A.   Eating out in style
B.   The latest style on the catwalk
C.   A room in surrealist style by Salvador Dali
D.  An unconventional hairstyle

Exercise 2

Speaker 1/C
Speaker 2/B
Speaker 3/A
Speaker 4/D


Exercise 3

Speaker 1: tacky, tasteless
Speaker 2: sophisticated, smart, elegant
Speaker 3: classy, old-fashioned, dated, contemporary
Speaker 4: smart, up-to-date, fashionable

Exercise 4

1.     elegant: chic, classy, sophisticated, smart, stylish
2.   fashionable: contemporary, trendy, up-to-date
3.   tasteless: cheap, tacky
4.   dated: old-fashioned, unfashionable

7. STREET ART (page 30-31)

Exercise 2

a hip-hop/ rap song


Exercise 3

young, black, American, urban culture

Exercise 4

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

Exercise 5

1.     menacing
2.   unsightly
3.   craze
4.   sophisticated
5.    vandalism
6.   run-down
7.    open
8.   recognises
9.   merchandise
10.    marketing


Exercise 6

1.     Because it was threatening and it was illegal.
2.   Because it became a fad and was acknowledged as street art and was displayed in art galleries.
3.   Hip-hop music became popular and brought its culture and graffiti with it.
4.   They want to support the artists and display their work.
5.    They sell products with their designs on them.

Exercise 7

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

Exercise 8

Make: a mess, a mistake, money, a phone call
Get: get up, in touch, lost, promotion
Have: an effect, a dream, an influence, a look

8. BODY LANGUAGE (page 32-33)

Exercise 1

dyed: eyebrows, hair
pierced: eyebrows, navel, nose, tongue
shaved: eyebrows, hair
tattooed: arm, ears, navel
varnished: nails

Exercise 2

1.     They don’t clean their equipment.
2.   People get diseases like hepatitis from cheap ear-piercing guns.
3.   It depends (ear piercing is cheap but the tongue, navel, etc. are expensive).

Exercise 3

1.     Mick Shannon
2.   people

a.    non-defining clause
b.   defining clause

Exercise 4

people: that, who
things: which, that
places: where
possessive: whose

Exercise 5

1.     b
2.   a

Exercise 6

c


Exercise 7

2. non-defining …, which has become very popular, …
3. defining … that make them look slim
4. defining … who have a degree in architecture …
5. defining … whose windows overlooked the sea …
6. non-defining …, which is sometimes called the ‘Paris of the north’, …
7. defining … that will protect me from the tropical sun …

Exercise 8

2. I know somebody whose father has got a tattoo on his back.
3. I read a leaflet that/ which said body piercing was dangerous.
4. I went to a salon where they did body piercing.
5. My sister dyed her hair pink, which I find attractive/ is an attractive colour.
6. I saw a girl who had each part of her face pierced.
7. They opened a beauty salon in St George’s Square, where there used to be a perfume shop.

Exercise 9

No set answers.

Exercise 10

No set answers.

9. BRANDED (PAGE 34-35)

Exercise 1

1.     Cattle are branded to show where they come from, and clothes are branded to show where they come from, i.e. who designed and made them.
No set answers to questions 2 and 3.

Exercise 3

Differences (cassette): tall, thin, quite dark

Exercise 4

1.     nice
2.   tall
3.   thin
4.   attractive
5.    dark
6.   ancient
7.    younger
8.   shy
9.   seriously
10.    different
11.good
12.     good
13.     quick
14.     useless
15.     scatty

Exercise 5

1.     quite
2.   tall
3.   fairly
4.   nice
5.    quite
6.   good
7.    witty
8.   fairly
9.   quite
10.    scatty

quite , rather

Exercise 6

1. very    a bit too   rather   absolutely   much   completely   really   extremely   totally
2. slightly    fairly   pretty   a bit
3. quite

Exercise 9

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

Exercise 12

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



Communication workshop (page 36-38)

Writing: A Description of a Person and Place

Exercise 1

1.     biggest
2.   a lot bigger
3.   too big
4.   such lovely
5.    big enough
6.   such a big
7.    such as
8.   as big as
9.   so that
10.    so untidy

Exercise 2

A.   introduction to the person and place
B.   general description of the house
C.   focus on one important room
D.  comment on the person

Exercise 3

huge, spacious, enormous, fair-sized, massive

Exercise 4

1.     so big
2.   such an untidy
3.   such tasteless
4.   such as
5.    so that she gets

Listening: A Song

Exercise 1

1.     loud/ square
2.   fads
3.   flower
4.   flattery
5.    discotheques/ parties
6.   butterfly

Exercise 2

Fashionable, pleasure-seeking, vain

Speaking: Discussing a Photo

Exercise 2

1.     loves reading
2.   everywhere
3.   relaxed
4.   cluttered
5.    massive
6.   lots of light
7.    comfortable
8.   not very keen
9.   rather strong
10.    completely tasteless



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