luni, 13 octombrie 2014

OPPORTUNITIES - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - MODULE 5


Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la MODULE 5 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 5: NEW FRONTIERS

Warm-up (page 53)

Exercise 1

1.     astronomy/cosmology
2.   physics
3.   biology
4.   information technology
5.    biology

Exercise 2

Biology: antibiotics, bacteria, DNA molecule, gene, human genome, microscope
Information technology: artificial intelligence, data processing, microchip, online, search engine
Physics: atom, electric current, energy, equation, gravity, mass, radioactivity
Astronomy/cosmology: black hole, deep space, galaxy, light year, radio telescope, solar system


Exercise 3

1.     news
2.   interview
3.   documentary
4.   quiz

13. EUREKA! (page 54-55)

Exercise 2

1.     d
2.   c
3.   b
4.   a
5.    e

Exercise 4

1.     F
2.   NI
3.   T
4.   NI
5.    NI
6.   T
7.    F
8.   NI
9.   T
10.    NI
11.T
12.     T

Exercise 5

a.    2
b.   4
c.    3
d.   5
e.    1

Exercise 6

a.     telephone directories, human beings, jigsaw puzzles, CD players
b.    breakthroughs, setbacks, outcomes, outlooks
c.     nuclear bombs
Nouns which cannot be made plural: data processing, slow motion

14. FUTUROLOGY (page 56-57)

Exercise 1

From Astrology to Futurology

Exercise 3

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

Exercise 5

Sentence 2.

Exercise 6

a.    Future Perfect
b.   Future Continuous

Exercise 8

1.     will be using
2.   will have used
3.   will be travelling
4.   will be eating
5.    will have disappeared
6.   will have been discovered
7.    will have been investigated and will have been described
8.   will be studying

Exercise 9

1.     At 5 p.m. on Friday, Prof Howard Green will be giving a lecture on alternative sources of energy.
2.   By Saturday lunchtime, they will have listened to three lectures.
3.   At 2.30 p.m. on Saturday, everyone will be having lunch.
4.   On Saturday night, they will be having a reception.
5.    By Sunday morning, the participants will have attended two receptions.
6.   By Sunday noon, they will have identified a few problems of the future.
7.    By the end of the conference, the futurologists will have discussed many important issues.

15. ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE (page 58-59)

Exercise 2

1.     On the Internet: she presents the news 24 hours a day.
2.   No.
3.   Because she isn’t human and she was created in 1999.
4.   She has her own search engine.
5.    She’ll be adding more languages (French and German) and giving personal news directly to mobile phones.

Exercise 3

1.     what I mean is
2.   Is that clear?
3.   What I’m trying to say
4.   Could you explain how
5.    To put it another way
6.   In other words
7.    What I don’t quite understand
8.   What I’m getting at
9.   that’s a program which
10.    So does that mean
11.I mean
12.     What that means

Exercise 6

1.     1968
2.   the premiere
3.   action or dialogue
4.   visual effects and music
5.    in prehistoric times
6.   an advanced alien civilization
7.    the moon
8.   Jupiter
9.   real mission

Exercise 7

1.     got a lot out of
2.   came out
3.   make out
4.   walked out
5.    makes up for
6.   get across
7.    give away
8.   is to do with
9.   get on fire
10.    take over

Exercise 8

1.     Five on the ship, three in hibernation.
2.   The 9000 computer on earth says that HAL has made a mistake and they begin to get worried.
3.   HAL knows the real mission of the Discovery and he must do everything he can to stop the men disconnecting him.
4.   Because Dave will disconnect him.
5.    He is afraid.
6.   Because he has gone back to his original state.

Communication workshop (page 60-62)

Writing: An Article

Exercise 1

A.   The Last Frontier
B.   The Space Race
C.   Into Deep Space
D.  Life on Mars
E.   Globetrotters

Exercise 2

1.     The age of space exploration began in 1975, when Sputnik 1 was launched by the Soviet Union.
2.   Nevertheless, space probes like Pioneer and Voyager continued to be sent out in order to explore the neighbouring planets such as Mars and Venus.
3.   Recently, there ha been another burst of interest in space as a result of the Hubble Telescope.
4.   Because of its precision, over fifty new planets have been located beyond our solar system.
5.    Further space probes, such as Deep Space, will be sent out in order that they might detect small earth-like planets where there might be life.

Exercise 3

1.     shown we’ve been
2.   all over the world
3.   started off
4.   a stage on the way
5.    just beginning
6.   the possibilities are endless

Exercise 4

2. due to/ reason
3. in order to/ purpose
4. as/ reason
5. as a result of/ reason
6. so that/ purpose
7. Because of/ reason
8. for/ purpose
9. so as to/ purpose
10. in case/ reason
11. in order that/ purpose
12. so as to/ purpose
Linkers followed by modal verbs: so that, in order that, so as to
Exercise 5

1.     it rains
2.   you can swim in the river
3.   the fog
4.   we can contact you
5.    my aunt
6.   check if he’s in
7.    the nights are every cold
8.   spill it

LISTENING: A Song

Exercise 1

3535, 4545, 5555, 6565, 9595

Exercise 2

pills that control you
machines for doing everything
test-tube babies
the end of humankind
changes in our bodies

SPEAKING: A Presentation

Exercise 1

1.     a third of that on Earth
2.   water on the planet
3.   channels on the surface
4.   large heads
5.    1964
6.   landed na dsent back photos
7.    there had been life (tiny bacteria) on Mars
8.   that it contained chains of crystals that could only be made by living organisms
9.   two years for the return journey

Exercise 2

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


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