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FCE GOLD PLUS - COURSEBOOK - UNIT 10


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 10: USE YOUR BRAIN

Listening

Exercise 2 Page 116

1.      No. He had to work out a way of training his memory.
2.    He associates them with someone famous. He makes up stories.
3.    He runs courses for people who want to improve their performance.

Exercise 3 Page 116

b) 3   c) 1   d) 2  e) 5


Exercise 4 Page 116

1.      words
2.    difficult
3.    college
4.    television
5.     3,000
6.    face
7.     journey
8.    casinos
9.    athletes
10.      age

Grammar 1

Exercise 1 Page 117

1.      have to
2.    I didn’t have to
3.    if we could
4.    can’t
5.     don’t have to
6.    can
7.     had to

Exercise 2 Page 117

1.      c) as it expresses lack of obligation – a) and b) express lack of permission.
2.    a) 2  b) 1  c) 3
3.    d) as it expresses obligation – a), b) and c) all express lack of obligation
4.    a) You should speak English in class. b) You shouldn’t/ should not speak your own language in class.
5.     b) – to express criticism of a past action, we use shouldn’t/ should not have done.
6.    a) Probably not.  b) Yes.   c) Yes.

Exercise 4 Page 117

1.      aren’t allowed to
2.    needn’t have
3.    aren’t supposed to park
4.    should have built
5.     must carry
6.    shouldn’t have let him

Use of English

Exercise 1 Page 119

Chimpanzee 10  Giraffe 2  Tiger 16  Cat 12  African elephant 3  Python 18 Sheep 4

Exercise 3.1 Page 119

1c

Exercise 3.2 Page 119

1.      do
2.    is
3.    from
4.    the
5.     what
6.    on
7.     which/that
8.    other
9.    order
10.      in
11.  although
12.there

Exercise 4 Page 119

Concentration becomes difficult.

Vocabulary 1

Exercise 1 Page 119

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

Reading

Exercise 3 Page 120

1.      C (line 3: computer games, television and the Internet have become key factors in boosting children’s IQs)
2.    D (line 8: Over the past two decades … researchers have found that IQ scores can give a good indication of what children’s future exam results will be.)
3.    C (this refers to the whole idea in the previous section)
4.    C (line 20: young people are required to interact constantly with electronic gadgets and equipment.)
5.     A (line 30: children’s IQ scores vary according to the type of intelligence being tested … No one knows why this is the case.)
6.    D (line 46: But a recent study found no reliable evidence)
7.     C
8.    A (line 60: will never learn to think independently)

Exercise 4 Page 120

1.      complexity
2.    popularity
3.    aggressive
4.    imagination
5.     groundless

Grammar 2

Exercise 1 Page 122

1
1.      It’s going to be
2.    There’s no need
3.    Correct
4.    There once used to be
5.     It was
6.    Correct
7.     There’s no point
8.    Correct
9.    There is no charge
10.      It’s not worth

2
A.   there
B.    it
C.    it

Exercise 2 Page 122

A. 1 It   2 There   3 It   4 it (Chess)
B. 1 it   2 there   3 It   4 There   5 there (paper, scissors, stone)
C. 1 There   2 It   3 there   4 It (crosswords puzzle)

Vocabulary 2

Exercise 1 Page 123

1.      primary
2.    classes
3.    teachers
4.    subjects
5.     marks
6.    teach
7.     revising
8.    took
9.    passed
10.      retake
11.  course
12.studying

Exercise 3 Page 123

Archaeology:
1.      courses
2.    modules
3.    lectures
4.    seminars
5.     field trips
6.    examinations
Graphic Design:
1.      practical
2.    coursework
3.    placement
4.    projects
5.     continuous assessment

Exercise 4 Page 123

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

Grammar 3

Exercise 1 Page 124

1
Structure
Meaning
Example
1.       have got + noun
2.      get + noun
3.      have got to+verb
4.      get+adjective
5.      get+past participle
6.    get +to+ place
possession
obtain, receive, fetch
obligation
become
passive
movement
I haven’t got the instructions.
I need to get a drink.
I’ve got to reply to Ben.
I don’t want to get hungry.
He’s just got accepted.
To get to Arizona from heree

2
get dehydrated – 4
haven’t got enough money – 1
I’ll just get a quick snack – 2
get up – 6

3
get down to any serious work

Exam focus

Exercise 1 Page 126

2
1.      Martin
2.    Agna

Writing

Exercise 1 Page 126

1.      Other students.
2.    It can be quite informal as this is for young people.
3.    Two: favourite ways of studying; things that help you to learn.
4.    Personal information.

Exercise 3 Page 126

1.      vary the way, I don’t get bored.
2.    with other people, rather than to study alone
3.    When we discuss ideas together
4.    If I am studying/ if I study … feel relaxed.
5.     We don’t need to … to see my mistakes and correct them.

Exercise 4 Page 126

Sample answer
What are the best ways to learn?
When people think of studying, what’s the first word that comes into your heads? Boring? Maybe they had a bad experience at school. But you know, studying doesn’t have to be boring – there are lots of fun ways to learn! Here are a few ideas.
If I’m trying to learn a language, I like to listen to a radio programme in that language. I can do this while I’m cleaning my room. You can look and learn, you can listen and learn or you can find your own way but don’t let anyone tell you that studying is boring.



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