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CAE GOLD PLUS - COURSEBOOK - UNIT 3


Rezolvarea exercitiilor din manualul de limba engleza intitulat CAE GOLD PLUS – Course Book, autori Nick Kenny, Jacky Newborn and Richard Acklam, Editura Longman, Editia 2008


CAE GOLD PLUS
UNIT 3 : WHAT MAKES US TICK

Vocabulary: page 30

Ex. 2
2
Alain: idealistic, conscientious, well-organised
Cris: ambitious
David: quiet, sensitive, self-conscious
Ella: curious, independent, taciturn
Franz: trustworthy, supportive, reliable, serious
Gina: playful, high-spirited, undisciplined, impatient, extrovert
Harold: quick-tempered, assertive, self-opinionated
Iva: normal, sociable, not confrontational
Brita: carrying, empathetic, sincere, warm-hearted, sentimental
Positive: idealistic, conscientious, well-organised, sensitive, curious, independent, trustworthy, supportive, reliable, playful, high-spirited, assertive, sociable, caring, empathetic, sincere, warm-hearted
Negative: self-conscious, taciturn, undisciplined, impatient, quick-tempered, self-opinionated, confrontational, sentimental
Either: ambitious, quiet, extrovert, normal

Watch out!
1.      a) sensible b) sensitive
2.    a) sympathise  b) empathise


Grammar 1: page 31

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

Ex. 2
1.      didn’t have to take
2.    could/may/might find this book helpful
3.    chances are (that) he’ll
4.    that/it must be him
5.     has to work

Ex. 3
1.      ought to
2.    might
3.    can
4.    have to
5.     can’t
6.    could
7.     may
8.    must
9.    shouldn’t
10.      don’t have to
11.   mustn’t
12. can

Exam focus: page 33

Ex. 1
1.      H
2.    A
3.    C
4.    E
5.     D
6.    H
7.     E
8.    C
9.    G
10.      D

Ex. 2
to laugh it off = not to take too seriously
to stand out in a crowd = be distinctive
really fed up = very unhappy
I happened to = by chance
to get his tongue round = pronounce
to split up = end a relationship
made redundant = lost a job
did the trick = achieved its aim
a snap decision = happened quickly
to tease = to make fun of

Reading: page 34

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

Ex. 4
1.      A
2.    D
3.    B
4.    C
5.     D
6.    B
7.     A

Ex. 5
1
self-righteous N honest P vulnerable P
arrogant N heartfelt P committed P
glib N guilty N single-minded P
trivial N powerful P rewarding P
proud N stubborn N insecure N
fallible N

2
1.      trivial
2.    committed
3.    guilty
4.    proud
5.     glib
6.    stubborn

Grammar 2: page 36

Ex. 2
1
a) People who take revenge on others are acting naturally.
2
1.      to sort
2.    to get
3.    to attack
4.    to work out
5.     to plan
6.    planning
7.     to get
8.    to forgive
9.    settling/to settle
10.      finding

3
allows us to plan
3 and 9 prefer

Ex. 3
1
1.      John, Peter
2.    Jose, Carlos
3.    Andrew
4.    Jack, Jon

2
Susan

Speaking: page 37

Ex. 3
1.      it looks to me as if
2.    guess is
3.    get the impression
4.    second thoughts
5.     wouldn’t be surprised
6.    suppose it’s just possible

Use of English: page 38

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

Ex. 4
1.      heartfelt
2.    creation
3.    contract
4.    evolution
5.     assess
6.    conciliatory
7.     communicating
8.    artificial

Writing: page 39

Ex. 1
1.      F
2.    T
3.    T
4.    F
5.     T
6.    F

Ex.4
1
1.      a)
2.    Yes – it establishes the purpose of the leaflet
3.    Yes
4.    Yes – talks directly to the reader
5.     They make the dos and don’ts stand out, not to overuse them
2
Wat – What    creat – create
uncomforetable – uncomfortable
acheive - achieve
friendlyness – friendliness
monosylabic – monosyllabic
advise - advice

3
you couldn’t shouldn’t dress down too much
Remember you want conveying to convey an impression …

UNIT 3 REVIEW: page 41

Ex. 1
1.      embarrassing
2.    uncontrolled
3.    ridiculous
4.    increasingly
5.     destructive
6.    consequently
7.     intolerance
8.    intake
9.    aggression
10.      advisable

Ex. 2
1.      should
2.    must
3.    have
4.    have, can
5.     can
6.    will

Ex. 3
1.      Our brains allow us planning to plan our lives well, which animals can’t do.
2.    I always try to working work out the best solution to problems by talking them over with friends.
3.    [correct]
4.    When people take chances, they can risk to find finding themselves in difficult situations.
5.     [correct]
6.    I really regret not to have having studied harder when I was at school.



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