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CAE GOLD PLUS - COURSEBOOK - UNIT 7


CAE UNIT 7: CREATIVE TALENTS

Exam focus: page 80

Ex. 1
1.      art(s) festival
2.    pattern(s)
3.    window dresser
4.    travel agency
5.     eighty percent (80%)
6.    glass
7.     farmers
8.    work(-)shops

Ex. 3
1.      foyer
2.    the proceeds


Vocabulary 1: page 81

Ex. 1
1.      Pop up has the idea of unexpectedness
2.    Pop out means to go out quickly and suddenly for a short time. they share the idea of suddenness, unexpectedness.

Ex. 2
2
1.      think of
2.    bring about
3.    come across
4.    sought after
5.     go for
6.    set off
7.     worn off
8.    go back

Reading 1: page 82

Ex. 2
1
A = artform
B = not an artform
C = artform
D = not an artform

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

Ex. 3
1
1.      scruffy
2.    intend on
3.    emanate
4.    animated
5.     flaws
6.    innocuous
7.     breathtaking
8.    pilfering
9.    pioneer
10.      feverish
11.   draw a parallel
12. engrossing

2
1.      animated
2.    intent
3.    flaw
4.    breathtaking
5.     pioneer
6.    engrossing

Grammar 1: page 85

Ex. 1
1.      are you doing
2.    opens/is opening
3.    ‘m going
4.    are exhibiting
5.     I’m going to see/will be seeing
6.    will you be going?

2
present continuous – what are you doing
present simple – it opens on Friday
going to – what I’m going to see
future continuous – to understand what I will be seeing

Ex. 3
B 2 (is in for)
C 4 (are on the point of finding out)
D 3 (are to)
E 1 (it will soon be possible)

Ex. 4
1 He’s only six
2
1.      won’t have heard of
2.    is going to achieve
3.    on the point of
4.    will have become
5.     will be
6.    won’t be wasting
7.     will be sunning

Ex. 5

1.      I’ve never liked art, and so I’m not about to starting start going to art galleries now!
2.    I hope we will have started our new art course this time next month.
3.    Work on the news arts centre is due to begin on November 15th.
4.    Correct
5.     Look – those security men have stopped Sue – she won’t have been realised that she can’t take her camera into the gallery.
6.    I was on the point of buy buying the picture when I realised how much it cost!
7.     Correct
8.    Correct

Ex. 6
1.      on the point of buying
2.    is due to be
3.    are unlikely to have heard
4.    no intention of staging

Vocabulary 2: page 87

Ex. 1
1.      build
2.    password
3.    indifference
4.    conceal
5.     disincentive
6.    explore

Ex. 2
1. a) examination b) scrutinized
2. a) ambitious b) motivated
3. a) exhibition b) presentation

Use of English: page 88

Ex. 2
1        know when to stop buying, use good judgment about what to keep and what to sell on.

2
1.      possessions
2.    unfashionable
3.    attachment
4.    undeniably
5.     millionaires
6.    fascination
7.     valuable
8.    imaginative
9.    judg(e)ment
10.      undoubtedly

Grammar 2: page 88

Ex. 1
2
1.      to sell
2.    to have
3.    to achieve
4.    to interfere
5.     to work/working
6.    to draw/drawing
7.     to pursue
8.    collecting
9.    acquiring
10.      filling
11.  to wear
12.to drive
13.using
14.communicating
15. being
16.swimming
17. to display
18.doing
19.to make

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

Ex. 3
1 forward to the future 
2 before

Ex. 4
1.      tell you to throw
2.    refuse to get rid of
3.    enjoy looking back
4.    remembers having
5.     mind seeing
6.    imagined making
7.     failed to realise
8.    planned to develop
9.    regret missing out
10.      persuades you to have
11.  urge you to reconsider
12. attempting to remove
13.encouraging you to make

Writing: page 90

Ex. 2

1
1.      introduction to catch the reader’s interest

2
1.      mixture
2.    to make the point dramatically/give immediacy
3.    with a rhetorical question
4.    a) para2  3  b) conclusion  c) para 2

3
1.      less than anxious
2.    penniless
3.    spot on
4.    cartoonish
5.     catches the eye
6.    profoundly moved
7.     only time will tell

UNIT 7 REVIEW page 91

Ex. 1
1.      headlines
2.    acquisition
3.    admission
4.    exceptionally
5.     admiring
6.    contemplation
7.     uninterrupted
8.    solution
9.    considerably
10.                        expectations

Ex. 2
1.      due to
2.    been collecting
3.    will
4.    seeing
5.     going
6.    to enjoy

Ex. 3
1.      Edward’s grandfather is a professional painter, which has given Edward a headstart.
2.    It is very important to have a good illustrator for a children’s book.
3.    I found the clean lines of the painting both remarkable and fascinating.
4.    Many artists struggle to make a living, and some remain almost penniless during their lifetime.
5.     I always read the review pages of the newspaper – I find them thought-provoking.
6.    My room is full of clutter – I’m always planning to have a tidying session but never get round to it!


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