miercuri, 30 martie 2016

CAE GOLD PLUS - COURSEBOOK - UNIT 13


Rezolvarea exercitiilor din manualul de limba engleza intitulat CAE GOLD PLUS – Course Book, autori Nick Kenny, Jacky Newborn and Richard Acklam, Editura Longman, Editia 2008

CAE UNIT 13: A WAY WITH WORDS

Reading: page 154

Ex. 4

  1. E
  2. B
  3. A
  4. D
  5. AD
  6. DA
  7. BC
  8. CB
  9. A
  10. D
  11. B
  12.  C
  13.  E
  14.  C
  15.  E


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

Vocabulary 1: page 156

Ex. 1
1
  1. Frankly f)
  2. actually g)
  3. basically e)
  4. apparently a)
  5. personally d)
  6. clearly b)
  7. obviously c)

2
clearly/obviously

Ex. 2
1.      obviously
2.    basically
3.    actually
4.    frankly
5.     apparently
6.    clearly
7.     obviously
8.    basically

Grammar 1: page 156

Ex. 1
1
  1. a) and 2. a) use a relative clause
  2. Pair 1 is active, pair 2 is passive
Active … present participle
Passive … past participle

Ex. 2
1.      The witnesses saw a fire burning in the distance.
2.    Not all the people registered for the conference actually attended.
3.    The piece of wood holding the window open had fallen out allowing the burglar to enter the house.
4.    Your priority when making a career move should be the salary.
5.     We obtained a copy of the government report published last week.
6.    Anyone wanting to join should register on the website.
7.     Working at a desk piled high with papers, his working conditions were clearly poor.

Ex. 3
1.      a) since (reason)
2.    a) once (time)
3.    a) so (result)
The words are replaced in b) by participle clauses.
Words such as so, once and since can be replaced by a participle clause.
When the sentence is in the past, the participle clause can be formed by having + past participle.

Ex. 4
1.      Having arrived very late, we decided to get a taxi from the airport.
2.    Having seen what the food was like in the hotel, I went to a restaurant to eat.
3.    Having announced their proposals, the management expected the workforce to support their new pay structure.
4.    Having looked forward to the party for weeks, I was upset when it was cancelled.
5.     Having finished his lunch, he rushed out of the house to catch the train.
6.    Having ordered a steak, I was annoyed when the waiter brought me fish.

Ex. 5
1
The idea that we all are born with language
2
1.      having been born/being born with an innate knowledge of grammar
2.    having started to speak
3.    showing
4.    copying models
5.     learning the rules

Exam focus: page 158

Ex. 1

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

Vocabulary 2: page 160

Ex. 1

  1. used to say you could have described something or criticised someone more severely than you have
  2. polite friendly conversation about unimportant subjects
  3. talk angrily – tell someone off
  4. reach the most important part of what they want to say
  5. understand
  6. talk about work
  7. misunderstood something
  8. get a chance to speak
  9. two people don’t understand each other because they are talking about different things but haven’t realised it
  10. talk to someone as if they are stupid
  11.  says exactly what she thinks
  12.  use a metaphor to explain

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

Grammar 2: page 161

Ex. 1

extract
sources
Reason for the passive
Man bitten by dog
newspaper headline
object or event more important than subject
The house was …
guidebook
Information more important than agent
The recommendation …
report
Needs to sound objective and impersonal
The man was charged …
criminal record
charge more important than the person making it
It is hoped …
press release
no agent – object more important than subject

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


Ex. 3
1.      All your questions will be answered very soon.
2.    It is said that …
3.    x (subject is Roman history)
4.    It is believed that
5.     I was sent a cheque for overpaid tax by the Inland Revenue.
6.    x (it’s an order)
7.     More than twenty students are going to be sent abroad to study by the college.
8.    x (no agent mentioned)

Listening: page 162

Ex. 2

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

Ex. 5
individualistic – negative
self-centred – negative
hype – negative
get to grips with - positive

Vocabulary 3: page 163

Ex. 1
  1. angry
  2. slept very well
  3. out of place
  4. makes him angry quickly
  5. insensitive, reckless

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

Ex. 3
1.      like a fish out of water
2.    as cool as a cucumber
3.    as white as a sheet
4.    like a log
5.     like a bull in a china shop

Writing: page 163

Ex. 1
Not true: It is written in an informal style; It uses a range of interesting vocabulary.

Ex. 2
2. A

Ex. 3
1.      main issues
2.    recommendations with reasons

Ex. 4
  1. The second problem is connected to this DVSs should be made available the language being studied. A monthly prize could be awarded would need to be fully supported. These are in ‘Recommendations and conclusions’. This needs to be more objective to carry more weight and to show that they are based on evidence and not just personal opinion.
  2. The survey conducted among students. This would provide motivation, giving students a real reason to listen.
  3. don’t get the chance to rarely have the opportunity to; it could be lots of fun it could be very enjoyable
  4. conected connected
dificult difficult
unatural unnatural
borow borrow
progres progress
esay essay
recomendations recommendations
suported supported

UNIT 13 Review: page 165

Ex. 1
  1. full
  2. such
  3. making
  4. own
  5. how/why
  6. as/so
  7. his
  8. up
  9. what
  10. to
  11. again
  12.  either
  13.  by
  14.  other
  15.  itself

Ex. 2
1.      being translated into a variety
2.    is (now) (being) more widely spoken
3.    is thought to have developed
4.    ought to/should be taught to
5.     was asked to give an
6.    notice is taken of elderly people

Ex. 3
1.      like a horse bull in a china shop
2.    as red as a rose beetroot
3.    as strong as an elephant ox
4.    like a fish out of sea water
5.     it came to me in a bang flash
6.    I don’t know what to tell say to you/tell to you



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