joi, 10 decembrie 2015

UPSTREAM LEVEL B1+ UNIT 1


Rezolvarea exercitiilor   din manualul de limba engleza intitulat UPSTREAM LEVEL B1+, Student’s Book,  Editura Express Publishing, Autori Jenny Dooley si Virginia Evans, Editia 2003

UPSTREAM  LEVEL B1+

MODULE 1 : UNITS 1 – 2 : OUR WORLD

1a Neighbours

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


1b What does your bedroom say about you?

1.a
1.      e
2.    f
3.    h
4.    a
5.     g
6.    j
7.     i
8.    b
9.    c
10.      d

2.b
creative: 1
thoughtful: 8
sensible: 2
ambitious: 3
easy-going: 4
joyful: 7
honest: 6
caring: 5

3.
1.      forgetful
2.    creative
3.    ambitious
4.    careless
5.     selfish
6.    funny

6.
1.      takes after
2.    ran after
3.    looks after

7.
1.      as sly as a fox
2.    as busy as a bee
3.    as blind as a bat

1c Grammar in use

2.
1.      have breakfast/lunch/dinner
2.    go out for a meal
3.    do the washing-up
4.    go for a walk
5.     go to bed
6.    go shopping
7.     go out with friends
8.    do the shopping
9.    do homework
10.      do housework
11.  go jogging
12.go for a swim
13.go to work/ school
14.go to the cinema
15. have a shower/ a bath

3.
A: What time does the tour start?
B: It starts at 6:00, so we are leaving the hotel at 5:15.
A: What time does your flight depart?
B: It departs at 8:45, so we are leaving for the airport at 6:00.

4.
I’ve already walked the dog.
I haven’t cooked dinner yet.
I’ve just made my bed.

7.
My mum has been working at the hospital for three months/ since 2005.
I’ve been playing football for three months/ since September.
We’re been living here for ten years / since 1999.

8.
1.a. looks
1.b. is looking
2.a. feels
2.b. is feeling
3.a. has
3.b. is having
4.a. think
4.b. ‘m thinking
5.a. tastes
5.b. ‘s tasting

9.
1.      have you seen; haven’t talked
2.    are you tasting; smells; has gone off
3.    are you going; do you want
4.    look; have been working
5.     does Tony live; is staying
6.    are you coming; am flying; leaves

10.
1.      I don’t like doing the washing-up.
2.    Could you take out the rubbish?
3.    She dusts the furniture twice a month.
4.    I haven’t tidied my room for a week.
5.     Do you mind mopping the floor?


1d Listening & Speaking skills

2.
Introduce ourselves: 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8
Introduce others: 3, 5, 9

3.
a. 3
b. 4
c. 5
d. 7
Mr Smith and Mrs Smith – husband and wife
Jane and Max – neighbours
Max and Bob – co-workers
Bob and Mr Smith – employer and employee
Jane and Mr Smith – strangers

5.a.
Tom – funny – neighbour
Tina – talkative – classmate
Jane – likeable – cousin
David – energetic – brother

6.
1.      C
2.    A
3.    B

7.
1.      c
2.    f
3.    a
4.    b
5.     d
6.    e

1e Writing an informal letter giving news

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

3.
Short forms: He’s, She’s, She’s, there’s, It’s, He’s, I’ve
Phrasal verbs: help me out, get into
Everyday vocabulary: dropping you a line, She’s really cool, got to go now, Keep in touch

4.
OR: Sorry I haven’t been in touch for a while./ Hi! What’s up? / Hi! Guess what? / I’m writing to tell you that …
CR: Write back soon and tell me your news. / Can’t wait to see you./ Well, that’s all from me. / Bye for now./ Got to go now.

5.
You have recently moved to another town.; friend; new area; what are your neighbours like; any new friends; new classmates

6.
Dear Jenny,
Hope everything is fine with you. I’m just writing to tell you about life here.
Well, we’ve been living in our new house for a month now. I really like it. I’ve met some of our neighbours and they seem very pleasant. I’ve also made two new friends. They live on the same street as me. One of the girls is called Jan and the other one’s name is Amy. They are both very friendly and easy-going. We go everywhere together.
My new school is close to my house. It was hard getting to know my new classmates at first, but now I feel very comfortable. They are all very nice and helpful.
Anyway, got to go. write back soon.
Love,
Nancy

1 Culture Clip

1.
A: I think that the British are reserved because they don’t reveal their feelings.
B: I agree with you. I don’t think they are loud because they seem to control their feelings. etc.

2.
a. The text is about what people from Britain are like – about their ‘personality’ as a nation.

b.
1.      punctual, reserved, old-fashioned or polite
2.    depicting, bowler
3.    subtle, reputation, comical light
4.    politeness
5.     stiff upper lip


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