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OUTCOMES - ADVANCED - UNIT 4


Rezolvarea exercitiilor din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa X intitulat OUTCOMES ADVANCED, Editura Heinle Cengage Learning, Autori Hugh Dellar, Andrew Walkley, Editia 2011

OUTCOMES ADVANCED

UNIT 4: POLITICS

Developing conversations – Giving opinions

Step 1
1-12
2-5
3-10
4-8
6-9
7-11
Scale from strong disagreement to strong agreement:
3-10
4-8
2-5
6-9
7-11
1-12


Listening

Step 1
Conversation 1: a maximum wage – speaker A thinks there should be a maximum salary for bankers etc. but speaker B thinks this may not be practical, although she agrees in principle
Conversation 2: hosting an international event (the Olympics) – speaker C is against the Olympics in their city, but speaker D isn’t sure because she doesn’t know enough about it

Step 2

  1. a obscene   b pushes   c declare   d round   e advocate
  2. a bid    b make   c legacy   d hell   e recipe

Grammar – Conditionals 1

Step 1

  1. d zero conditional, both verbs in present simple, to talk about what is always the case
  2. c first conditional to talk about a future possibility; could less definite here than will
  3. b a variation on first conditional with going to
  4. e second conditional to talk about a hypothetical situation; past simple in the if clause and would + base form in the main clause
  5. a second conditional for a hypothetical question

Step 2

  1. a if they’re earning that much
b generally true
c likely
  1. a if we had a maximum wage
b unlikely
c unlikely
  1. a if they were given a boat
b unlikely
c unlikely
  1. a if there were a maximum wage
b unlikely
c likely
  1. a if it were 10 times the lowest wage
b unlikely
c likely
  1. a if it were 10 times the lowest wage
b likely
c likely
  1. a if they get the games
b likely
c likely
  1. a if they make a bid
b likely
c likely
  1. a if they won the bid
b unlikely
c unlikely

Vocabulary – Consequences

Step 1

  1. discourage
  2. compound
  3. benefit
  4. trigger
  5. devastate
  6. lead
  7. boost
  8. undermine
  9. curb
  10. bankrupt

Reading

Step 1

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

Listening

Step 1

  1. Russell Peterson’s
  2. Russell Peterson’s
  3. Ben Lewis’s

Step 3

  1. a strolling
b sneaks
c tip toe down
d glances around, whispers
  1. a peer
b slips
c flicks through
d grabs, sniffs
e skips
  1. a muttering
b leap, drag
c curls up


Speaking

Step 1

  1. a talent show vote
  2. a strike ballot
  3. a referendum
  4. an opinion poll
  5. election for student council

Step 3

    1. 3 – the New Party promised a referendum
    2. 1 – the show had already decided the result
    3. 5 – voter apathy
    4. Not mentioned
    5. 4 – I’m in a small minority
    6. 2 – we understand the public’s frustration

Grammar – conditionals 2

Step 2

  1. helped the programme’s rating (past simple in both parts to indicate something that was true)
  2. the calls were free (second conditional = the calls aren’t free)
  3. we would not be taking this action now (wouldn’t + continuous infinitive = we are taking the action now – mixed conditionals)
  4. they hadn’t won a landslide victory (past perfect = they did win a landslide victory – mixed conditional)
  5. wouldn’t have taken part (wouldn’t + perfect infinitive – hypothetical use (if I’d been busier)
  6. would’ve abolished uniforms – as for 5 = we did abolish uniforms



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