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CAE GOLD PLUS - COURSEBOOK - UNIT 5


CAE GOLD PLUS
UNIT 5 : THRILLS AND SKILLS

Listening 1: page 54

2.1
1.      B
2.    A
3.    D
4.    C
5.     F

3.2
bungee running, bouncy boxing, boxercise

Grammar 1: page 55

Ex. 1
1
To be perfectly honest
Professional sport is very conservative at heart
2
1.      absolutely
2.    fairly
3.    very/really
4.    really/absolutely
5.     quite/utterly
6.    extremely
7.     very
8.    absolutely/totally
9.    completely
10.      extreme/terribly

Ex. 2
1
1.      G
2.    G
3.    G
4.    U
5.     U
6.    G
7.     G
8.    U
9.    G
10.      G

2
Gradable: very, terribly, rather, extremely, fairly
Ungradable: absolutely, completely, totally

3
Really: can be used with both

Ex. 3
1.      I found the whole situation rather embarrassing.
4. She felt extremely nervous before going on stage.
6. It should be very clear that the situation is very difficult.
8. I find the plan completely acceptable.

Exam focus: page 56

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

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

Vocabulary 1: page 58

Ex. 1 sample answers
unfortunately/unhappy, dishonest/disconnected
immobile/impossible, illegible/illegal
irrational/irresistible

Ex. 2
1.      I think it’s irrelevant.
2.    I think they were illogical.
3.    I think he seemed immature.
4.    I think they are more disobedient.
5.     I found it unbelievable.

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

Ex. 4
postgraduate/undergraduate   reinstate
anticlockwise  misunderstand  understatement/
overstatement   underactive/overactive/reactive

Use of English: page 58

1.      closeness
2.    satisfaction
3.    medalists
4.    frustrating
5.     inactivity
6.    unwise
7.     powerful
8.    adjustments
9.    uncomfortable
10.      rewrite

Speaking: page 59

2.2
Make an additional point:
On top of that …
What’s more …
Not only that, but …

Indicate partial agreement:
Having said that …
That’s all very well, but …

Agree with a point:
I take that point on board.
You could be right.

Grammar 2: page 60

Ex. 1
1
1.      great deal
2.    much more
3.    considerably
4.    by far the

2
1.      not nearly as
2.    a lot more
3.    rather
4.    loads
5.     half as many
6.    a bit
7.     nothing like as many
8.    more and more
9.    slightly

3
Formal: considerably better, a great deal, by far
Informal: a lot more, loads, a bit

Vocabulary 2: page 61

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

Ex. 2
1.      b) board game, e.g. chess
2.    e) betting – horse racing
3.    a) archery/darts
4.    i) tennis
5.     c) swimming/diving
6.    d) car racing/Formula One
7.     f) athletics/racing
8.    g) football
9.    h) football/baseball/any team ball game

3
1.      goes off the deep end
2.    the ball is in your court
3.    above board
4.    succeeded against all the odds

Use of English: page 62

Ex.2
1 b
2
1.      whose
2.    before
3.    up
4.    as
5.     what
6.    take
7.     which/that
8.    one
9.    at
10.      no
11.   their
12. this/such
13. off
14. many
15.  in

Listening 2: page 63

Ex. 2
1
a.     basic training = grounding
b.    beginners = novices
c.     a social grouping = sub-culture
d.     not very willing = reluctant
e.     support one thing at the expense of another = take sides

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

Writing: page 64

Ex. 2
2
-         what you and your friend have done together
-         reasons why you like your friend
-         informal or colourful language

Ex. 3
1
Irrelevant sentences:
She is a good friend of mine and we have been at school together for most of that time.
She enjoys reading and is particularly keen on science fiction, which she reads all the time.
2
1.      courteous
2.    accustomed to
3.    proficient at
4.    in addition
5.     in the past
6.    at a high level
7.     consequently
8.    therefore
9.    invest
10.      I can highly recommend her for the position

Ex. 4
Para 1: present
Para 2: + her character; present perfect/present
Para 3: skills and qualifications; present/past/hypothesis
Para 4: Future plans

Para 5: recommendation; hypothesis

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