sâmbătă, 24 ianuarie 2015

CAE GOLD PLUS - COURSEBOOK - UNIT 9


CAE UNIT 9: ON THE ROAD

Grammar1: page 105

Ex. 1
1.      are sitting c)
2.    went out, never saw g)
3.    was travelling a)
4.    had already left b)
5.     ‘ve finished e)
6.    read d)
7.     ‘m visiting f)
8.    ‘ve been staying h)
9.    ‘d been living i)


Ex. 2
1.      has become
2.    had collapsed
3.    persuaded
4.    had arrived
5.     were obscuring
6.    had come
7.     knew
8.    was sucking
9.    have never left
10.      had been raining
11.   arrived
12. had picked up
13. have not climbed/have not been climbing
14. are you climbing/will you be climbing

Reading: page 106

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

Ex. 5
1.      break
2.    get
3.    make
4.    set
5.     Take care, go
6.    meet
7.     give
8.    stand
9.    lose

Vocabulary: page 108

Ex. 1
1
1.      at
2.    about
3.    from
4.    to
5.     of
6.    by
7.     to
8.    with

2
Either

Ex. 3
1.      separation from
2.    truth of
3.    fascination with
4.    nervousness about

Ex. 4
1.      similarities between
2.    concern for
3.    differences between
4.    pleasure from

Listening: page 109

Ex. 2
1.      graphic designer
2.    sponsors/sponsorship
3.    dust
4.    bell
5.     punctures
6.    gloves
7.     fruit pies
8.    soup

Ex. 3
1.      Tom is a designer – not a design: think about the kind of information you are looking for and check your spelling!
4. Only one bell: check your grammar!
5. Hills are a problem, but not the biggest one: listen carefully!
6. It doesn’t fit grammatically: read the whole sentence carefully and don’t repeat the information that’s already there!
7. Roadside diners are not a food item: Read the sentence carefully – make sure you know what information you’re looking for!
8. This is the taste, not the type of dish: don’t forget to read what comes after the gap!

Grammar 2: page 110

Ex. 1
To highlight the importance of the following information – to ‘front’ it.

Ex. 2
1.      the object
2.    the verb or event
3.    a whole sentence

Ex. 3
1
1.      What she said was learn Italian so that she could speak to people when she went to Rome on holiday.
2.    What annoys me most is people who are always late.
3.    What made him determined to go back was that he couldn’t visit Iguazu when he went to Brazil the first time.
4.    What he did last year was go on a course to become a flight attendant.
5.     What I’d really like to do is have a holiday in Antarctica/What I’d really like to have is a holiday in Antarctica.
6.    What she told her boss was how she felt about the restructuring of the company.

2
1.      He really loves travelling by plane.
2.    I like to take photographs of every place I visit.
3.    I use the Internet to stay in touch when I travel.
4.    I am enjoying the chance to travel abroad for my work.
5.     I was furious about the delay, and so I complained directly to the airlines.
6.    To my amusement, the airline refunded all my money!

3
Informal speech

Speaking 2: page 111

Ex. 2
What you think/speculating: seem to, appear to, what I think is
Comparing and contrasting: in the same way, this time, whereas
Qualifying what you say: a bit more
Giving reasons/explaining: for that reason

Exam focus: page 112

Ex. 1
1.      ourselves
2.    out
3.    the
4.    more
5.     do
6.    even
7.     one
8.    in
9.    against
10.      instead
11.   however
12. will
13. what
14. (al)though/while/whilst
15.  by

Writing: page 113

Ex. 2
1.      B
2.    A

Ex. 3
1.      a) b) c) e)
2.    a) b) d) e)

Ex. 4
2
start with the photo
give a bit more detail
write down your ideas clearly
use interesting vocabulary
give your own opinion
try to win
3
give a bit more detail on what you can see
write down your ideas clearly
use lots of interesting vocabulary
do not give too much unnecessary detail
give your own opinion
try to win

Ex. 5
1.      To introduce the topic and engage the reader
2.    Yes
5. First, then, all in all
6. Rhetorical questions, speaking directly to the reader with exclamations.
7. Informal – speaking directly to the reader, e.g. ‘But it’s not all good news on the personal front’; ‘Of course, there is another side to the coin – I can’t pretend it’s all bad news.’

UNIT 9 REVIEW: page 115

Ex. 1
1.      attendant
2.    offensive
3.    inappropriate
4.    employee
5.     procedure
6.    boarding
7.     sympathized
8.    patience
9.    behaviour
10.      inconvenience

Ex. 2
1.      to provide readers with
2.    as if they have (some)
3.    that/which annoys me most is
4.    a slight fall/reduction/decrease

Ex. 3
1.      unnecessary
2.    uneventful
3.    disrespectful
4.    inconvenient
5.     impractical
6.    inconsiderate
7.     unrelated
8.    misbehaviour






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