marți, 12 ianuarie 2016

CLICK ON 4 - STUDENT'S BOOK - UNIT 10


Rezolvarea exercitiilor din MANUALUL de Limba Engleza pentru clasa VIII intitulat CLICK ON 4 – Student's book, Editura Express Publishing, Autori Virginia Evans si Neil O'Sullivan, Editia 2002

UNIT 10:  BREAKING NEWS

2.b.
A. 1
B. 7
C. 4
D. 3
E. 5
F. 6
G. 2

5.a.
1.      T
2.    F
3.    F
4.    F
5.     T
6.    T


5.b.
Synonyms
forecast – predicted
booked – made a reservation
ridiculous – silly/ludicrous
incredibly – unbelievably
collapsed – gave away

6.a.
1.      situations vacant
2.    politics
3.    science/technology
4.    world news
5.     classified ads
6.    review
7.     weather
8.    editorial

7.
1.      tabloids
2.    column
3.    reporter
4.    broadcast
5.     printed
6.    circulation

8.
A. 5
B. 2
C. 1
D. 3

9.a.
Radio: AM/Fm, frequency, DJ, transistor, battery operated, portable, broadcast, weather forecast, station, news bulletin, chat show, antenna, guide, soap opera, series
TV: channel, colour/black and white, documentary, satellite, cartoons, children’s programme, remote control, portable, broadcast, weather forecast, station, news bulletin, chat show, antenna, guide, soap opera, series

10.
2. short wave
3. announcer
4. Commercial
5. chat

12.a.
A. a tornado/hurricane
B. a nuclear explosion
C. a forest fire
D. a flood
E. a volcanic eruption

12.b.
Man made: B, C
Natural: A, D, E

12. c.
Earthquake, plane/train crashes, drought, oil, spill

13.a.
1.      tropical storm
2.    11 pm
3.    dozen people
4.    trapped
5.     food
6.    homes
7.     further storms

14.
1.      good – If you don’t hear from someone, you presume that everything is alright.
2.    heard – To hear a rumour.
3.    cut – To come straight to the point.
4.    fast – You will hear bad news very quickly.
5.     lines – To understand the meaning of sth that is not stated openly.

15.
1.      B (future perfect continuous)
2.    A (future perfect)

20.
1.      A
2.    C
3.    B
4.    A
5.     C
6.    B
7.     C

22.
addition: and, furthermore, besides
contrast/concession: but, however, on the other hand, nevertheless, even so
cause/effect: therefore, so
examples: for instance, such as, like

23.
1.      What is more
2.    in particular
3.    nevertheless
4.    in spite of
5.     whereas

24.
1.      or
2.    in
3.    who
4.    while/although
5.     which
6.    form
7.     but
8.    first
9.    on
10.      such
11.  be
12.example
13.from
14.are
15. with

25.
1.      … will have finished painting … (future perfect)
2.    … will have given you the … (future perfect)
3.    … will not take longer than … (comparative)
4.    … on the grapevine that … (idiom)
5.     … even though it is … (clause of concession)
6.    … out in spite of … (clause of concession)

26.
2. away
3. into
4. up with
5. out
6. down
1.      look after sb: take care of sb
2.    keep sb away from sth: hold sb at a distance from sth
3.    look into sth: investigate sth
4.    keep up: go at the same pace as sb else
5.     knock sb out: hit sb so hard that they lose consciousness
6.    knock sth down: cause sth to fall/collapse

27.
1.      warning
2.    most injuries
3.    head
4.    basement or cellar
5.     (any) windows
6.    your car
7.     (sudden) floods

29.
1.      C
2.    A
3.    A
4.    C
5.     C
6.    C
7.     A
8.    C

30.a.
1.      when the next show is
2.    the place of the performance
3.    about the job ad in the paper
4.    the time of a film

31.
A: Have you seen the headlines in the newspaper?
B: Not yet. Anything exciting?
A: Was anyone hurt?
B: Gosh, I hope not.
A: You’ll never believe what happened. Laura got the role.
B: Are you sure?

33.a.
I expect to read about people who have contributed towards the development of the media.

33.b.
1.      Yes
2.    Yes
3.    Yes
4.    No
5.     Yes
6.    No

34.a.
1, 2 A, B (in any order)
3 B
4 C
5, 6 B, C (in any order)
7, 8 A, C (in any order)
9 B
10 C

35.
1.      managerial
2.    social
3.    cultural
4.    low
5.     detailed
6.    coal
7.     printing
8.    daily

36.
1.      in
2.    in
3.    to
4.    to
5.     with

38.
2. Cover Appeal
3. Features and Articles
4. Advice Page
5. Conclusion

39.
1.      paragraphs 2, 3 and 4
2.    new cover design, contributions from student writers, advice page
3.    could, may, should, would, need, ought

40.
S
S
E
S
E

41.
1, 2, 4 & 6
We ought to include more live coverage of festivals and concerts.
We should cut down on cookery and gardening programmes and replace them with action films.











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