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CAE GOLD PLUS - COURSEBOOK - UNIT 4


CAE GOLD PLUS
UNIT 4 : PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES

Vocabulary 1: page 42

Ex. 2
Its unpredictability and the fact that many discoveries are made by chance

Ex. 3
1
1.      by/with
2.    other
3.    no/little
4.    all
5.     up
6.    why
7.     is
8.    make
9.    it
10.      what
11.   which
12. into
13. former
14. most
15.  never


2
1.      thrown up
2.    make sense of
3.    break down
4.    for the most part

Speaking: page 43

Ex. 1
Clarifying: So what you mean by that is …; So you’re saying that …;
Asking: How do you feel about …; Do you feel the same as …; What do you think about …
Explaining: What I mean is …; I feel that …; I’m trying to say that …; It seems to me that …

Ex. 2
3
Phrases from Exercise 1.3: I feel that …; it seems to me that …
Phrases that add information: And what’s more …; Another thing I think about …; On top of that …

Grammar 1: page 44

Ex. 1
1.      don’t do, you will
2.    had known
3.    would use, had
4.    (automatically) adds milk, press this button
5.     you come, stand up
6.    you touch, might

2
1.      could, might, may … will, would
2.    present
3.    if + past perfect + would
4.    if + past + would
5.     second
6.    if + present + will

Ex. 2
1.      If you really want to keep up with scientific developments you will have to read more!
2.    If there were more information about science on television, there’s a chance that young people might get interested in it.
3.    There is a great offer on sci-fi books on the Internet – if you buy two you get one free.
4.    I would have done better at science when I was at school if I had worked harder.
5.     If I promised to take care of it, would you lend me your mp3 player?
6.    I wouldn’t take that job if I were you!
7.     If he had gone to the party, he might have seen her there.
8.    If you had taken up her offer of a lift, you might have got some sooner.

Exam focus: page 45

1.      C
2.    A
3.    C
4.    B
5.     C
6.    B

Reading: page 46

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

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

Listening: page 47

Ex. 1
1.      biology
2.    popular science
3.    (thorough) research
4.    schoolteacher
5.     feathers
6.    cover
7.     genetic engineering
8.    shellfish

Vocabulary 2: page 48

Ex. 1
A.   pencillin
B.    anaesthetic
C.    quinine
D.   x-ray

Ex. 2
1
1.      breakthroughs
2.    previously
3.    resistance
4.    growth
5.     Botanists
6.    incredible
7.     accidentally
8.    miraculously
9.    diagnostic
10.      photographic

2
1.      breakthrough
2.    previously
3.    diagnostic, photographic
4.    accidentally, miraculously
5.     resistance, growth
6.    botanists
7.     incredible

Grammar 2: page 48

Ex. 1
1
1.      a) √ b) √
2.    a) √ b) √
3.    a) √ b) √ d) √
4.    a) √ b) √ c) √
5.     a) √ b) √
6.    b) √ c) √

2
1.      3a, 3d
2.    4a
3.    2b
4.    2a
5.     1a, 4c
6.    5a

3
b – these words may stress the hypothetical nature of the conditional clause, but there is no difference in politeness or formality

Ex. 2
1.      Had we spent …
2.    If you will just …
3.    If I were to say …
4.    If you happen to see …
5.     would that be a problem?

Ex. 3
1.      unless I am sure it’s safe.
2.    had you taken my advice.
3.    Were someone to find a cure …
4.    … if you happen to find them …
5.     provided that the weather improves.
6.    As long as she works hard …

Vocabulary 3: page 50

Ex. 1
1.      hold their breath
2.    twist their ankle
3.    pull a muscle
4.    make a good living
5.     hack into computers
6.    bookmark your favourite web pages
7.     prioritise your work
8.    conduct experiments

Ex. 2
1.      utterly
2.    bitterly
3.    hugely
4.    deeply
5.     enormously
6.    completely

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

Ex. 4
2. c
3. b
4. a
5. e

Exam focus: page 51

1.      short
2.    blocked
3.    deal
4.    turn
5.     process

Writing: page 52

Ex. 1
Not true: should have bullet points and headings

Ex. 2
1
1.      support or disagree, give reasons
2.    young people
3.    informal, direct

2
1.      a
2.    b – it’s more direct, more informal and goes straight to the point.

UNIT 4 REVIEW: page 53

Ex. 1
1.      in
2.    from
3.    towards/for
4.    like
5.     the
6.    to
7.     which
8.    of
9.    No/Little
10.      part
11.  up
12.so
13.As
14.only/just
15. all

Ex. 2
3.    c
4.    3. b
5.     4. b

Ex. 3
1.      keep in touch (informal)
2.    taking a break (informal)
3.    spots (informal)
4.    set up (informal)
5.     signed up (informal)
6.    growing involvement (formal)

Ex. 4
1
technological – adjective; other forms – technology
warn – verb; other forms - warning
revolution – noun; other forms - revolt
expertise – noun; other forms - expert
evidence – noun; other forms - evident
genuine – adjective; no other forms
2
1.      warning
2.    technical
3.    expert
4.    revolutionary
5.     genuinely



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