duminică, 28 decembrie 2014

FCE GOLD PLUS - COURSEBOOK UNIT 13


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 13: NATURAL WONDERS

Reading 1

Exercise 1 Page 154

They all have telepathic powers.

Exercise 3 Page 154

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


Exercise 5 Page 154

1.      to humour
2.    attached to
3.    on one occasion
4.    In his absence
5.     all was well
6.    ingnored
7.     couldn’t take it any more
8.    take time off
9.    Occasionally

Exercise 6 Page 154

1.      looked after
2.    grew up
3.    deal with
4.    run into
5.     run around

Vocabulary 1

Exercise 1 Page 156

1
DOG
Movement: bite, jump up, scratch
Parts of body: claw, fur, paw, tail
Sounds: bark, snarl
Where it lives: kennel

2
CAT
Movement: bite, jump up, scratch
Parts of body: claw, fur, paw, tail
Sounds: miaow, purr
Where it lives: -
HORSE
Movement: bite, gallop
Parts of body: hoof, tail
Sounds: neigh
Where it lives: stable
BIRD
Movement: flutter, peck
Parts of body: beak, feather, tail
Sounds: sing
Where it lives: cage, nest

Exercise 2 Page 156

1.      c) dog
2.    e) bird
3.    d) dog
4.    a) cat/ dog
5.     f) dog
6.    b) bird

Exercise 3 Page 156

1.      in a straight line
2.    give help and protection to
3.    a very complicated situation that causes a lot of problems
4.    The unpleasant situation in business where people are constantly competing against each other for success.
5.     someone talks angrily but would not behave violently
6.    tell a secret, possibly unintentionally

Use of English

Exercise 3 Page 157

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

Listening

Exercise 2 Page 158

1.      Dutch
2.    American
3.    researcher
4.    animal communication
5.     friend
6.    formal
7.     killer bees
8.    kicked
9.    body language
10.      pets

Grammar 1

Exercise 1 Page 158

1.      so
2.    such a
3.    enough
4.    enough
5.     Very
6.    such
7.     very
8.    too

Watch out! Very and too
Sentence 2

Exercise 2 Page 158

2. f) too big to fit
3. d) such a good time on holiday that I
4. a) enough money to pay
5. b) so hot that I
6. c) enough qualifications to get

Exercise 3 Page 158

1.      so frightened that he could
2.    such a strong wind
3.    were too complicated for me
4.    never seen such an
5.     was not well enough
6.    such a lot of money

Speaking 2

Exercise 1 Page 159

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

Reading 2

Exercise 2 Page 160

Amy went to Belize to do conservation work in the jungle, living with one other person. She was looking after baby monkeys. Because of a sudden tropical storm, she was left completely on her own for three weeks.

Exercise 3 Page 160

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

Grammar 2


Exercise 1 Page 161

1.      Their unpredictability is the most dangerous thing about them.
2.    It collects information about conditions which …
3.    Many people forget that, in certain weather conditions, avalanches may occur.
4.    In fact, pressure between rocks on or under the Earth’s surface causes earthquakes.
5.     The way they are named is unusual.

Exercise 2 Page 161

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

Vocabulary 2

Exercise 1 Page 162

Breeze, gale, wind; climate, temperature, weather; cloud, fog, mist; drizzle, shower, rain; frost, hail, snow; lightning, thunder, thunderstorm

Exercise 2 Page 162

1.      rain
2.    weather
3.    cloud, fog
4.    wind
5.     thunderstorm
6.    snow
7.     weather

Exercise 4 Page 162

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

Exercise 5 Page 162

1
1.      snowed
2.    rain
3.    floods
4.    sunny
5.     cloud
6.    storms

Speaking 3

Exercise 1 Page 163

What’s happening in photo A is that (a lot of cars are stuck in a snow storm.)
What’s different about photo B is that (it’s summertime/ the weather must be very hot/ it is in the countryside, not a city).
What they seem to be going in photo A is (trying to push their car through the snow.)
What I notice about the person in photo B is that (he is looking at something – maybe he’s looking at the sky to see if it’s going to rain.)
What must be most difficult for these people is (that the weather makes it difficult for them to do their jobs).
What I’d find difficult in this situation is (the frustration – not being able to do anything about it).

Use of English 2

Exercise 1 Page 164

1.      d
2.    c
3.    a
4.    b

Exercise 3 Page 164

1.      of
2.    there
3.    or
4.    why
5.     have/need
6.    order
7.     where
8.    fact
9.    a
10.      it
11.  if
12.be

Writing

Exercise 2 Page 164

Contractions, shorter sentences, colloquial expressions, phrasal verbs, connectors such as and, but, exclamation marks

Unit 13 Review

Exercise 1 Page 165

1.      gallop – the rest are sounds, but this is a movement, e.g. horses gallops
2.    bone – the rest are on the outside of the body, but bones are inside
3.    can – the rest are places where animals live, but a can is a container
4.    beak – they are all parts of the body, but the beak is on a bird’s head, and the rest are to do with feet.
5.     purr – the rest are ways of flying, but purr is the sound a cat makes when it is contented
6.    emotion – the rest are examples of emotions

Exercise 2 Page 165

1.      earthquake
2.    Drought
3.    volcanic eruption
4.    tsunami
5.     avalanches
6.    Floods

Exercise 3 Page 165

1.      read
2.    close
3.    admitted
4.    all
5.     takes
6.    tragic

Exercise 4 Page 165

1.      I’ve ended up working
2.    have run out of oil
3.    take place in all
4.    slows down when
5.     put out a big forest fire
6.    taken part in
7.     keep on going
8.    phoned up directory enquires
9.    going on next door
10.      came across an old storybook
11.  pick up new ideas
12.make up the answers

Exercise 5 Page 165

1.      having
2.    and
3.    What
4.    any
5.     so
6.    could
7.     every
8.    their
9.    when/while
10.     had
11.  in
12.never



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