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FCE GOLD PLUS - COURSEBOOK UNIT 11


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 11: HARD AT WORK

Exam focus

Exercise 1 Page 131

1.      C
2.    B
3.    F
4.    A
5.     E

Exercise 2 Page 131

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


Vocabulary 1

Exercise 1 Page 132

1.      Look at jobs advertised in the newspaper ...
2.    If you decide you want to apply, write …
3.    You should enclose …
4.    Make sure it includes …
5.     Send off your letter or application form …
6.    Once you get an interview, it’s up to you!

Grammar 1

Exercise 1 Page 132

The issue of students working part-time.

Exercise 2 Page 132

In favour: Rudy, Andrew, Ahmad
Against: Fernando, Daeho-Choi

Exercise 3 Page 132

1.      can
2.    shouldd be able to
3.    can’t
4.    have to be able to

Exercise 4 Page 132

1.      both possible; could (after if)
2.    won’t be able to (if+present+future)
3.    both possible (was able to suggest a sense of achievement)
4.    both possible (both suggest difficult/ achievement)
5.     managed to (could is not used for a specific situation in the past)
6.    both possible (couldn’t, i.e. the negative form is used for a specific situation in the past)
7.     could have become (unfulfilled ability in the past)
8.    couldn’t have helped (before if I’d)
9.    can (general behaviour)
10.      could  (typical behaviour in the past)

Exercise 5 Page 132

1.      could swim better than
2.    you’ll/ you will be able to
3.    could have helped me
4.    I could speak
5.     didn’t succeed in getting
6.    could be
7.     was able to drive
8.    manage to catch

Reading

Exercise 2 Page 134

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

Grammar 2

Exercise 1 Page 135

1.      (a) present
2.    (b) past
3.    (c) past
4.    (d) present
5.     (e) past
6.    (f) past
7.     (g) present

Exercise 2 Page 135

1.      c) past + present
2.    f) past + past
3.    a) past to present + future
4.    d) present + past
5.     b) past + present
6.    g) future + present
7.     e) past + future

Exercise 3 Page 135

1.      hadn’t spent / would be able to
2.     would be/ had joined
3.    was/were/ would have risen
4.    wasn’t/ weren’t/ would have asked

Exercise 4 Page 135

1.      unless
2.    as long as
3.    in case
4.    on condition that
5.     providing
6.    even if

Exercise 5 Page 135

1.      unless/ paid for
2.    as long as/ on condition that/ providing that/ provided that/ promise
3.    even if/ had to
4.    in case/ lock
5.     if/ was raised
6.    in case/ don’t accept

Exercise 6 Page 135

1.      Don’t invest in shares unless you are prepared to take risks.
2.    Never wear jeans to an interview if you want the job.
3.    Don’t carry lots of cash around with you in case you get robbed.
4.    Never let anyone know your cashpoint PIN even if you trust them completely.

Vocabulary 2

Exercise 1 Page 136

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

4
1.      90kph
2.    0777 843 1905
3.    5.15 p.m.
4.    80C
5.     €120,000
6.    15/02/04

Exercise 2 Page 136

1.      debit card
2.    cash point
3.    credit card
4.    statement
5.     overdraft
6.    foreign currency
7.     travellers cheeques
8.    commission
9.    cheques
10.                        current
11.  deposit
12.savings
13.interest

Exercise 3 Page 136

1.      reeceipt
2.    tip
3.    win
4.    gain
5.     worth
6.    withdraw/ pay for
7.     cash
8.    receive

Exercise 4 Page 136

1.      on
2.    to
3.    into
4.    in
5.     from
6.    to

Listening 2

Exercise 2 Page 138

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

Use of English

Exercise 1 Page 138

1.      with
2.    in/ during
3.    Apart
4.    more
5.     that/ which
6.    in/ into/ through
7.     instead
8.    as
9.    a
10.                        where
11.  ago
12.the

Exam focus

Exercise 2 Page 139

Grammar and vocabulary: satisfactory – variety of errors but not impeding communication.
Pronunciation: good – errors but not impeding communication.
Organisation: good – all points covered.
Interaction: good – asks questions (Athene).
Satisfactory – keeps conversation going, but interrupts (Stefan)

Writing

Exercise 1 Page 140

1.      Organising sports and social activities for a group of young people.
2.     Telling us about yourself and saying why you think you would be a suitable person for the job.
3.    Essential: able to speak English; interested in sports; experience of being with young people; interested in travel; enjoys being with people.

Exercise 2 Page 140

1 – No – it doesn’t answer both parts of the task.

Exercise 3,4 Page 140

2 x (It doesn’t specify why the writer thinks they would bee suitable for the job.)
3 x (It would be very clear to an examiner that the letter wasn’t planned, and would fail in the exam. A more organised sequence would be: reason for writing; where you saw the advert; relevant information about yourself; relevant experience; reason why you would like the job; availability.)
4 x (It is too informal; contractions, e.g. I’m, are not appropriate in a formal letter; the letter should bee signed with the full name.)
5 x (I am available is appropriate, but not the use of a contraction, I’m.)
6 x There should be a comma after Dear Sir or Madam and one after Yours faithfully.
7 x  (small mistakes: I am writing; I have just finished.)
8 x (98 instead of 120-180 words.)
9 x (not enough information to make a decision.)

Exercise 6 Page 140

Sample answer
I am writing to apply for one of the positions on the International Adventure Course advertised in yesterday’s Daily Post.
I am eighteen years and I live in Spain. I have just finished my secondary education and in October I will be starting a university course in Business Administration. I have already studied English for six years and I like this subject very much.
I have quite a lot of experience of working with young people. I am the oldest of a family of five children, and in addition to this I have many younger cousins. I also enjoy sport and belong to our local sports centre as well as playing volleyball at school. In addition, I enjoy activities such as art and design, and I sing and play the guitar a little.
I would really enjoy the chance to use my English in Canada and to work in an international environment.
I am available between July 13th and September 20th.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Yours faithfully,
Antonia Martinez

Unit 11 Review

Exercise 1 Page 141

1.      could have bought
2.    if I could/ was able to
3.    I just managed to catch it
4.    can be bad
5.     I would have
6.    unless
7.     providing that it doesn’t rain
8.    Even if
9.    I would be fitter
10.      in case

Exercise 3 Page 141

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

Exercise 4 Page 141

1.      disgusting
2.    dangerous
3.    regulations
4.    uncpmfortable
5.     boring
6.    clearly
7.     difference
8.    imagination
9.    decision
10.                        impossible



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