sâmbătă, 26 septembrie 2015

INNOVATIONS - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 1


Rezolvarea exercitiilor din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa XI si XII intitulat INNOVATIONS UPPER-INTERMEDIATE Second Edition, Editura Heinle Cengage Learning, Autori Hugh Dellar si Darryl Hocking 


UNIT 1: TALKING ABOUT PEOPLE

USING VOCABULARY

3. Who’s who?
Picture 1 is Nick; Picture 2 is Kirsty; Picture 3 is Matt; Picture 4 is Jenny.

USING GRAMMAR

1.     Modifiers
1.      moody … pleasant, difficult … easy-going (point out the contrasting adjectives)
2.    annoying, nice, pleasant, funny
3.    narrow-minded, conservative
4.    generous, sarcastic


LISTENING

1.      Melanie’s an only child; Simon’s got an older brother and a younger sister.
2.    Melanie gets on well with her mum, but she doesn’t really get on with her dad. Simon gets on well with his sister, but not so well with his brother.

USING VOCABULARY

1.     Adjectives
religious, traditional, quiet, talkative, tidy, laid-back, conservative, ambitious, strict, business-minded, individual, messy, liberal, hard-working, sensible

USING GRAMMAR

1.     Present tenses
1.      am
2.    works
3.    is
4.    work
5.     works
6.    work
7.     is
8.    is
9.    is
10.      do
11.  does
12. is
13.work
14. runs

4. Grammar in context
1. works, ‘s working, ‘s trying
2. ‘s acting, ‘s not normally/isn’t normally
3. runs, ‘s looking after
4. don’t talk, Don’t you get on
5. ‘s, ‘s still waiting
6. aren’t talking, ‘s still

5.    Famous present tenses
3. What goes up must come down is used in situations where you want to say that one thing inevitably follows another. For example, if someone is very annoyed, you know they will calm down eventually.
4. You use an elephant never forgets when you remember something that someone said or did to you that they would prefer you to forget.
5. You would say it never rains, but it pours when something bad has just happened to you – just after two or three other bad things have also happened.

6. If you tell someone they’re making a mountain out of a molehill, you mean they’re worrying too much about something that is really a very small problem.

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