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FACE2FACE - UPPER-INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 6


Rezolvarea exercitiilor din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa XII intitulat FACE2FACE UPPER-INTERMEDIATE Second Edition, Editura Cambridge, Autori Chris Redston si Gillie Cunningham 

FACE 2 FACE UPPER-INTERMEDIATE

UNIT 6: BREAKING CODES

6A – CODES OF CONDUCT

2.c.
1. F English social codes aren’t obvious to everyone.
2. F People who commute together don’t often become friends.
3. T
4. T
5. F English people don’t like talking about themselves to strangers.
6. T

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


6B - HE’S GOT NO MANNERS

1.a.
Self-conscious N; laid-back P; open-minded P; self-centred N; narrow-minded N; easy-going P; big-headed N; bad-tempered N; absent-minded N; level-headed P; self-assured P.

3.b.
1. Because he doesn’t listen to anyone and he’s very bad-tempered.
2. Because it isn’t doing very well.
3. At least a year.
4. Maybe.
5. Don.
6. He’ll be promoted.

3.c.
1.      L
2.    D
3.    L
4.    D
5.     D
6.    L
7.     D
8.    L
9.    L
10.      L

4.a.
1.      P
2.    C
3.    C
4.    P
5.     P

6.b.
2. I’m unluckily to need English for my next job. (It’s unluckily that I’ll need English for my next job.)
3. I’m bound to need English for my work.
4. I dare say I’ll do an advanced English course at some point.
5. I can’t imagine I’ll be able to visit England next year.
6. I may well spend some time working on the face2face CD-ROM this weekend.
7. I doubt if I’ll take any more English exams.
8. I don’t suppose I’ll be able to watch an English DVD this weekend.

6C - HIDDEN MESSAGES

3.a-b
1. verb; b
2. verb ; a
3. phrasal verb; a
4. verb; b
5. noun; b
6. adjective; a

4.
1.      The Romans wrote a message on a messenger’s head. When he reached his destination, his head was shaved again to show the message.
2.    The ancient Chinese wrote messages on silk, covered them with wax and swallowed them.
3.    The message is written on the shell of a hard-boiled egg and passes through to the white of the egg. To read the message, the receiver simply had to remove the shell.
4.    You can write a message using invisible ink made from milk or lemon juice, which reappears when heated.
5.     The sender would wind a strip of leather around a piece of wood and a message was written across it. To reveal the message, the receiver would simply wind it round a stick of the same size and shape that the sender had used.
6.    Instead of rearranging the letters of the whole message, you can rearrange the letters of each word. (The message – ROMANS ARE COMING)

5.d.
1.      Joe Allen
2.    Sally Evans
3.    al-Kindi
4.    al-Kindi
5.     al-Kindi
6.    Arthur Conan Doyle
7.     Arthur Conan Doyle

6D - AM I INTERRUPTING?

1.a.
Possible advantages: cheaper for the company; easier for employees to talk to other people; create an atmosphere of teamwork; harder for employees to avoid working
Possible disadvantages: not much privacy; often noisy; phone conversations can be overheard; not enough space for files

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

1.c.
1.      Angus wants to go over some figures.
2.    Martin wants to ask Lucy about house insurance.
3.    Clare wants to ask Lucy about the report Lucy asked her to type up.
4.    Tina wants to know when it would be a good time to install some new software on Lucy’s computer.
5.     Julian wants to know if he can use Lucy’s office any time today.

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

3.
2. b
3. b
4. a
5. a
6. b

6 REVIEW

1.a.
2. advice
3. granted
4. time
5. seriously
6. advantage
7. responsibility
8. sides

2.a.
1.      Being
2.    turning up
3.    keep
4.    frustrating
5.     being
6.    to leave
7.     getting
8.    allowing
9.    cancelled
10.      to get
11.  interviewing

3.a.
1.      level-headed
2.    easy-going
3.    strong/weak-willed
4.    laid-back
5.     narrow/open/broad-minded
6.    self-centered
7.     bad/even-tempered
8.    self-conscious

5.a.
1. Sorry to bother you, but have you got a minute?
2. Can I have a word?
3. I was wondering if I could see you for a moment.
4. Sorry to disturb you.

PROGRESS TEST 6

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

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

3.
2. took risks
3. taken (my parents) for granted
4. taking responsibility
5. takes sides
6. taken any notice
7. ‘s taking advantage


4.
2. Laid-back
3. Bad-tempered
4. Absent-minded
5. String-willed
6. Open-minded
7. Self-conscious
8. Easy-going
9. Big-headed
10. Narrow-minded
11. Level-headed
12. Self-assured

5.
2. I’m really up against it at the moment.
3. I was wondering if I could see you for a moment.
4. I’m rather pushed for time at the moment.
5. I’m afraid I’m a bit tied up just now.
6. Sorry to bother you, but have you got a minute?

7.
3. ok
4. … stopped working
5. If I hadn’t missed
6. ok
7. … twice as big as
8. ok
9. … we’ll be walking
10. … everyone had gone home.
11. ok
12. … went off
13. … convicted of
14. ok



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