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OPPORTUNITIES - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - MODULE 10


Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la MODULE 10 din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa X intitulat OPPORTUNITIES UPPER-INTERMEDIATE, Editura Longman, Autori Michael Harris, David Mower si Anna Sikorzynska, Editia 2011

MODULE 1o: CONFLICT

28. WAR MEMORIES (page 112-113)

Exercise 3

A.   Village Nightmare
B.   No More Fighting
C.   A Brave Patient
D.  Feeling Helpless

Exercise 4

1.     c
2.   e
3.   b
4.   a

Exercise 5

1.     b
2.   c
3.   b
4.   a

Exercise 6

walk – march        stagger          stroll            trudge
speak – mention     recall      reply      shout      whisper
ask – beg


29. NEIGHBOURS FROM HELL (PAGE 114-115)

Exercise 4

a)   b)

Exercise 5

If I’d known that my neighbour was a piper, I wouldn’t have moved in in the first place.
I’d have felt terrible at the ceremony if my friends hadn’t been there with me.

Exercise 6

1.       Not only has he decided to move house, but he is emigrating to America.
2.      No sooner had they moved in than the noise began to drive them mad.
3.      … hardly ever did they get a chance to have a lie-in in the morning.

Exercise 7

1.     What Mr MacLean feels upset about is the fact that people call his music ‘noise pollution’.
2.   It’s this that really gets to me.
3.   All we want to do is forget the sound of bagpipes.
4.   It was only after careful consideration that we gave Mr MacLean a warning.

2. this
3. to forget the sound of bagpipes
4. after careful consideration
Exercise 8

1.     Never will they admit their mistakes.
2.   Had she come, she would have learnt the truth.
3.   Not only did he sing in the choir, but he played in the school band as well.
4.   Seldom can we listen to such powerful performances.
5.    Rarely do politicians experience what war really feels like.
6.   … neither have I ever been in a real fight.

Exercise 9

1.     Not only do people buy things they don’t really need but they go on expensive holidays.
2.   Seldom is it quiet after the match.
3.   Rarely does one see anything so beautiful.
4.   No sooner had the last person left than the fire broke out.
5.    Never before had there been such a great turnout of reporters and journalists.

Exercise 10

1.      It was Jenny who wrote a letter of complaint to the manager.
2.     It is dairy products I’m allergic to, not wheat.
3.     It was only after we threatened to take them to court that they offered us financial compensation.
4.     It is her mother she is constantly arguing with, not her father.
5.     It was because of the attractive prizes that Tim took part in the competition.

30. CONFLICT RESOLUTION (page 116-117)

Exercise 1

1. talk … over (discuss)    put forward (suggest)      get your own back (get revenge)
2. going off with (take)   give in (say OK)   give … back (return)
3. kick up a fuss (criticise0   put up with (tolerate)
4. getting at (criticise)   getting to (irritate)   go off (stop liking)

Exercise 4

1.     F
2.   F
3.   T
4.   T
5.    F
6.   T
7.    T
8.   T

Exercise 5

1.     a
2.   a
3.   b
4.   a
5.    d
6.   c
7.    a
8.   a
9.   b
10.    b
11.c
12.     e
13.     e

Exercise 6

1.     happy
2.   sarcastic
3.   upset
4.   annoyed
5.    patient
6.   impatient
7.    angry
8.   sarcastic
9.   confident
10.                      triumphant

Exercise 8

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

Communication workshop (page 118-120)

Writing: A Letter of Complaint

Exercise 1

A.   the product
B.   false claims
C.   poor quality
D.  poor service
E.   money back

Exercise 2

manner: so; as if
condition: despite; unless; if
contrast: as though, not to, however
purpose: in order to
reason: since; as
result: that
time: after; just as; when; as soon as
addition: as well as; not only; either; also
relative pronoun: that; which

Exercise 3

1.     The more I get to know her, the more I like her.
2.   The more sport you/ I play, the fitter you/ I will get.
3.   The more you study, the better your marks will be.
4.   The more sweets you eat, the worse your teeth will be.
5.    The more dangerous the sport, the more I like it.
6.   The older you get, the more difficult work becomes.

LISTENING

Exercise 1

1.     T
2.   F
3.   T

Exercise 2

1.     1930
2.   TWO
3.   THE FRENCH
4.   80
5.    They don’t know the enemy personally, and don’t want to shoot them.
6.   emperors, kings, generals and manufacturers

Exercise 3

emperors and kings; generals; manufacturers

SPEAKING

Exercise 1

1.     b
2.   c
3.   b

Exercise 2

apologising: 4   5   8
complaining: 3  6
promising: 9   10
starting or ending a call: 1   2    11    12
threatening: 7

Language Awareness 6

Exercise 1

Nick and younger brother – behaviour
Nick and Mum – looking after Damian
Nick and woman in supermarket – wearing shoes
Nick’s grandpa and neighbouring farmer - sheep

Exercise 3

1.     Future Perfect
2.   Present Perfect Continuous
3.   Present Perfect
4.   perfective –ing form
5.    Past Perfect Continuous
6.   perfect infinitive
7.    Past Perfect

Exercise 4

1.     b
2.   b
3.   c
4.   a

b)

REVIEW (page 122-123)

Exercise 1

1.     If I were you, I’d spend less money on designer clothes.
2.   Had I known what it was like, I wouldn’t have gone there.
3.   I’d be grateful if you went and got the newspaper this time.
4.   Hardly ever do I get the chance to go out and watch a good film.
5.    It’s time the government did something to reduce crime.
6.   What makes me very angry is people dropping litter in the streets.
7.    All we need is another five minutes to finish the job.
8.   What really irritates me is the noise they make late at night.
9.   It was only last week when I cleaned the bathroom.
10.    Not only does she arrive late but she doesn’t even apologise.
11.It’s time the local council prevented cars from going into the centre.
12.     I’d rather you didn’t ring me after ten o’clock.
13.     Never had he ever had to make such a tough decision.
14.     I wish you’d talk about something else.
15.     No sooner had he walked into the room than he started an argument.

Exercise 2

1.     did
2.   didn’t
3.   did
4.   is
5.    can’t
6.   mustn’t
7.    should
8.   is
9.   can’t
10.    Will
11.will (‘ll)
12.     does
13.     ought
14.     don’t
15.     do

Exercise 3

1.     Having arrived
2.   has been staying
3.   will have finished
4.   having been trained
5.    had been waiting
6.   have been trying to do
7.    must have been

Exercise 4

1.     quarrel
2.   annoying
3.   shout
4.   go on
5.    mention
6.   promise
7.    temper
8.   claimed
9.   take
10.    evidence

Exercise 5

1.     age
2.   creativity
3.   flux
4.   going
5.    important
6.   brilliant
7.    burst
8.   flourished
9.   activity
10.    magnet
11.influence
12.     arts

Exercise 6

1.     c
2.   b
3.   a
4.   b
5.    c

Exercise 7

big – huge  massive
cold – chilly  freezing
hungry – puckish  starving
laugh – chuckle  giggle
look – glance  stare
rich – wealthy  well-off
say – shout  whisper
walk – stroll  trudge



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