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FCE GOLD PLUS - COURSEBOOK UNIT 12


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 12: STRANGE BUT TRUE

Reading 1

Exercise 2 Page 142

1.      Mr de Winter
2.    Maxim’s second wife
3.    Maxim de Winter’s first wife
4.    The cause of death of  Maxim de Winter’s first wife

Exercise 3 Page 142

1.      Nervous: a hurried, nervous meal … I could not swallow … It was a relief when … my hands were very cold, my heart beating in a funny, jerky way …
2.    Maxim de Winter has just given his evidence.
3.    That someone had deliberately made three holes in it.
4.    Maxim. The Coroner asks him about his relationship with his wife.
5.     Hot and faint – she’s afraid of what might happen to Maxim.


Writing 1

Exercise 1 Page 143

1.      hot, oppresive
2.    white, dull
3.    hot, stuffy
4.    suffocated

Exercise 2 Page 143

1
1.      pace up and down
2.    crept
3.    paused
4.    hammered
5.     slumped
6.    strike

2
1.      meal
2.    heart
3.    boat
4.    the holes in the boat
5.     the door and windows

Exercise 3 Page 143

1
1.      walk
2.    eat
3.    think
4.    hit
5.     breath
6.    look

Exercise 4 Page 143

Sample answer
Maxim begged Frank to take me back home immediately, and so we left him in the courtroom. Frank drove very fast. For the first time since I had known him, he was at a loss for anything to say. That meant that he was very worried. Usually he was such a slow, careful driver, stopping at every crossroads, peering to right and left, blowing his horn at every bend in the road. Now he was driving incredibly fast.
When we finally arrived home, he left me at the front door and drove away at once, insisting that Maxim might need him. Wearily, I went upstairs and lay down on the bed. I kept thinking what people might say. ‘Why should he get off? He murdered his wife – it’s too late now. He will have to hang for it – that would serve him right. Let it be a warning to others.’

Vocabulary 1

Exercise 1 Page 144

Criminals
arsonist blackmailer burglar forger hijacker kidnapper mugger murderer pickpocket shoplifter smuggler thief
Law courts
the accused/ defendant defence
find innocent/ guilty inquiry judge jury lawyer
prosecution trial verdict witness
Sentences and punishments
(release on) bail  capital punishment
community service
corporal punishment
fine
prison sentence  (put on) probation
suspended sentence

Exercise 2 Page 144

1.      A pickpocket; a mugger attacks people and steals their money.
2.    A burglar; an arsonist sets fire to buildings.
3.    A shoplifter; a hijacker takes over a plane or other form of transportation.
4.    A smuggler; a blackmailer finds out information about people and demands money to keep it secret.
5.     The defendant; the judge decides how he should be punished at the end of the trial.
6.    The prosecution lawyer; the defence lawyer tries to prove he is innocent.
7.     The witness; the prosecution tries to prove the defendant is guilty.
8.    The judge; the jury decides if someone is guilty or not guilty.
9.    You can be released on bail; you may be given a suspended sentence after the verdict.
10.                        You will probably be put on probation; capital punishment is for murder, but not all countries allow it.

Exercise 3 Page 144

1.      robbed
2.    stolen
3.    burglary
4.    make
5.     suspect
6.    give
7.     pleaded
8.    jury
9.    convict
10.      let off

Listening 1

Exercise 2Page 145

1.      a coffee
2.    leg
3.    competition
4.    garage
5.     dog biscuits
6.    own child
7.     (front) teeth
8.    (night) club
9.    camper van/ campervan
10.      seventy/ 70

Grammar 1

Exercise 1 Page 146

1
1.      gave
2.    read
3.    telling
4.    promoted
5.     made
6.    saw

2
Verb + -ing form (gerund) = 2,3
Verb + perfect infinitive = 4

3
After make and see, verb + infinitive with to is used in the passive, without to in the active.

Exercise 2 Page 146

1.      I hope to be chosen to play on the team.
2.    I don’t like being given lots of homework.
3.    The defendant was awarded $1 m.
4.    I can’t remember ever being punished by my father.
5.     He was heard to shout for help by several witnesses.
6.    I hope I will be allowed to study abroad.
7.     I was not very pleased that I had been ordered/ at being ordered to do jury duty.

Exercise 3 Page 146

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

Exercise 4 Page 146

1.      have been reported
2.    are believed
3.    has been suggested
4.    is thought
5.     are/have been advised

Listening 2

Exercise 1 Page 147

1.      Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith.
2.    They are law enforcement officers, protecting the Earth from aliens.
3.    To protect them from a special light which would make them lose their memory.
4.    Tommy Lee Jones retires.

Exercise 2 Page 147
1.      dress
2.    make
3.    saw
4.    see
5.     gone
6.    shadow
7.     silence
8.    list
9.    fingerprints
10.      back
11.  enters
12.zoom
13.fill
14.talk
15. turn
16.only
17. worst
18.near
19.fearless

Exercise 4 Page 147

a), c)

Exam focus

Exercise 1 Page 148

1.      C
2.    H
3.    F
4.    A
5.     G
6.    E
7.     B

Exercise 4 Page 148

1.      origins
2.    remains
3.    evidence
4.    birth
5.     proof

Vocabulary 2

Exercise 1 Page 150

1
1.      papers
2.    cowboys
3.    dogs
4.    apes
5.     parcels
6.    stones
7.     information

2
1.      collection/ stamps
2.    pack/ lies
3.    gang/ thieves
4.    panel/experts
5.     bunch/ flowers

Exercise 2 Page 150

1
1.      a pilee
2.    a row
3.    a piece
4.    a bar
5.     a fragment
6.    an item

2
1.      bar of chocolate
2.    a block of flats
3.    in rows
4.    item of clothing
5.     pile of papers
6.    piec of news

Grammar 2

Exercise 1 Page 150

1.      photocopied
2.    painted
3.    told
4.    made
5.     videoed
6.    checked
7.     framed
8.    taken

Exercise 2 Page 150

Sample answers
1.      You’d better/ You should get/ have it cut.
2.    You’d better get/ have it fixed/ replaced.
3.    Why don’t you get/ have it developed?
4.    If I were you, I’d get/ have it cleaned.
5.     You’d better get/ have it checked/ repaired/ fixed/ mended.
6.    Why don’t you get/ have one taken?

Exercise 3 Page 150

1.      When did you last get your hair cut?
2.    Have you had your photograph taken recently?
3.    Have you ever had a tooth taken out?
4.    When did you last get your eyes tested?
5.     Have you ever had your hair coloured?
6.    Would you ever get your nose pierced?

Use of English

Exercise 1 Page 151

The treasure was a buried gold pendant.

Exercise 2 Page 151

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

Writing 2

Exercise 1 Page 151

1.      Students
2.    Steve, a man

Exercise 5 Page 151

1
1.      a
2.    b
3.    b
4.    b
5.     b

2
1.      aimlessly
2.    oppressive
3.    nervous
4.    suddenly
5.     frantically

Exercise 6 Page 151

Sample answers
Ever since I was a little boy I have been afraid of dogs. I know that’s quite common, but I’m not just afraid, I’m absolutely terrified of them.
It all started when I was two years old. I was playing in our garden when I heard crying. In the grass was a tiny puppy, staring at me. I picked it up to take it inside. Suddenly, from nowhere, a dog came running up to me and knocked me over, took the puppy and ran away.
Later, my mother explained that the dog was the puppy’s mother and was just trying to protect her child. But it was no good, I refused to go near another dog.
Recently my grandmother bought a dog because she said she was lonely on her own. So I have decided I’m going to stop being afraid. Last week I went to visit my grandmother and I played with her dog. I had never felt so nervous in my life, but I knew that I had to do it.

Unit 12 Review

Exercise 1 Page 153

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

2
A criminal commits a crime (1). The police arrest a suspect (9). The suspect and witnesses make statements (10). The judge may release the suspect on bail (5) before he starts trial (11).
The suspect pleads guilty or not guilty (2).
Witnesses give evidence in court (6). The judge finds the suspect guilty (12) and convicts him of the crime (3), or finds him innocent. If he is guilty, the judge passes sentence (7). The judge may put the criminal on probation (8). If he is innocent, the judge lets him go free (4).

Exercise 2 Page 153

1.      with
2.    off
3.    into
4.    over
5.     up
6.    in

Exercise 3 Page 153

1.      was made to feel
2.    is said to have
3.    have this tooth taken
4.    is expected that
5.     having my hair cut
6.    weren’t allowed to
7.     to get this suit cleaned
8.    discovery occurred
9.    was built on
10.                        large/ huge sums for

Exercise 4 Page 153

1.      great/ fabulous
2.    luxury/ fantastic
3.    beautiful
4.    pleasant/ friendly
5.     delicious/ tasty
6.    wonderful/ marvellous
7.     thrilling/ (an) exciting




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