joi, 10 decembrie 2015

UPSTREAM LEVEL B1+ UNIT 4


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 2 : UNITS 3 – 4 : HOLIDAYS & SCHOOLDAYS

4a Live & learn

1.
A. Yawning without covering their mouth with their hand
B. Sneezing without covering their mouth
C. Talking with their mouth full
D. Talking loudly on the phone

2.a.
An article about good and bad manners


2.b.
1.      D
2.    A
3.    B
4.    C
5.     D

3.
1.      b
2.    d
3.    a
4.    c

4.
1.      of
2.    on
3.    at, at
4.    of
5.     with
6.    with
7.     in
8.    on

4b Vocabulary practice

4.a
b
f
a
c
e
d
g

4.b.
1.      Do you pay attention in class?
2.    He has Music lessons on Mondays.
3.    Steve is doing his homework now.
4.    Joan is taking/retaking a test tomorrow.
5.     She decided to enroll on a cookery course.

5.
1.      degree
2.    passes
3.    tutor
4.    lecture
5.     course
6.    student
7.     graduated
8.    deadline

6.
1.      learnt the poem by heart
2.    learnt his lesson
3.    can read my husband like a book
4.    you live and learn

7.
1.      let the team down
2.    broke down
3.    took down
4.    have gone down
5.     settled down

8.a.
1.      note (sb wants to inform sb else of sth)
2.    e-mail (layout)
3.    notice (explaining a rule)
4.    advert (to inform people of a new club – gives contact)

8.b.
1.      C
2.    B
3.    A
4.    A

10.
Dear Celia,
Hope you are well. You asked me about my school life.
Well, I go to a single-sex private school in London. My favourite subject is French and my least favourite subject is Geography. I go to school five days a week and my classes start at 8:30 and end at 3.
I have a great school. It’s got a library, a playground and two large playing fields. I have some really good teachers, but the headmaster is very strict. All of my classmates are very nice.
Write back and tell me all about your school.
Bye for now,
Maddie

4c Grammar in use

2.
1.      a
2.    b
3.    b
4.    a

4.
1.      Jimmy said (that) he didn’t want to go to school that day.
2.    Kate told/said to her son (that) he could play outside when he finishes his homework.
3.    Jane said (that) she hadn’t finished her project yet.
4.    Paul told/said to Lisa (that) Tom had finished school the month before and that he was looking for a job.
5.     Andy told Fran that Tony had been doing his homework the previous afternoon at 4.00.
6.    Jack told/said to me (that) he would try to help me with my maths.

6.
1.      Philip suggested going to the concert.
2.    Kathy denied (that) she had taken my pencil case.
3.    Alex promised (that) he would bring it back the next day.
4.    Sam explained (that) Ian couldn’t play football today (that day) as he had detention.
5.     He promised (that) he would help me study.
6.    H suggested going to the library.

8.
1.      She said to/told me (that) I must/had to study harder.
2.    She said to me/ told me (that) David would be able to help me later.
3.    The teacher said (that) we would go on an excursion.
4.    Ann said (that) they would be able to come the next day.
5.     He said to/ told Bill (that) he shouldn’t lie to her.
6.    She said (that) he could speak French fluently.

4d Listening & Speaking skills

2.a.
The first set of exchanges is formal. The second set is informal.

2.b.
The second exchange is formal. The speaker leaves a message in the first exchange.

4.a
1.      borrow
2.    lend
3.    help
4.    give
5.     hand in
6.    write
7.     hand out

5.
1.      A
2.    C
3.    C
4.    A
5.     A
6.    C

4e Writing a for and against essay

3.
One: to start with; firstly
And: in addition; furthermore; what is more
So: as a result; consequently
But: on the other hand, however
To begin with: to start with; firstly
Also: in addition; furthermore; what is more
Finally: lastly
In conclusion: to conclude, to sum up
Even if: although

4.b.
1.a
2.b

4 Curricular Cut: Literature

2.a
Four

2.b.
The young woman is named Liza Doolittle and she is a flower girl. She wants Higgins to teach her to speak properly.

5.
Liza and Higgins have a discussion about the cost of the lessons. In the end, Higgins agrees to take her on as a student.

Self-Assessment Module 2

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

3.
1.      She said that she didn’t know how to use a computer.
2.    Anne told Mary she would see her soon.
3.    “When will you be ready, Bob?” she asked.
4.    He told me not to forget to bring a coat.
5.     He asked  if I was laving then.

4.
1.      pianist
2.    attention
3.    disorganized
4.    unfriendly

5.
a. Would you like to leave a message?
b. Could I speak to the manager, please?
c. Of course not.
d. Why? What was the problem?
e. Yes. I’m not satisfied with your service.

6.
1.      no
2.    yes
3.    no
4.    yes
5.     yes
6.    no

8.
F
F
F
T

T

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