luni, 26 septembrie 2016

SOLUTIONS - UPPER-INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 1


Rezolvarea exercitiilor din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa X intitulat SOLUTIONS UPPER-INTERMEDIATE, 2nd edition, Oxford Exam Support, Editura Oxford University Press, Autori Tim Falla, Paul A. Davies, Editia 2011

SOLUTIONS UPPER-INTERMEDIATE

UNIT 1: OUT OF THE ORDINARY

1A

Vocabulary Builder 1.1 –page 134
  1. Positive: daring-adventurous; energetic-active; friendly-amiable; humorous-witty; intelligent-clever; logical-rational; loyal-faithful; relaxed-calm; unassuming-modest. Negative: conceited-vain; condescending – patronizing; irritable-grumpy; timid-shy
  2. 1c  2b  3a  4d  5b  6a
  3. 1 messy 2 excited 3exactly 4 dishonest 5 hate 6 optimism

Ex.3 page 5
  1. immature
  2. selfish
  3. argumentative
  4. stubborn
  5. considerate

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

Ex.7 page 5
  1. self
  2. well
  3. narrow
  4. quick
  5. thick
  6. penny

Vocabulary Builder 1.1 –page 134
1
  1. big-headed
  2. time-wasting
  3. meat-eating
  4. kind-hearted
  5. long-legged
  6. thinly-veiled

2
2. densely-populated
3. absent-minded
4. mouth-watering
5. cold-blooded
6. sure-footed
7. level-headed
8. able-bodied

3
2. short-haired
3. strong-minded
4. freshly-baked
5. time-saving
6. one-armed

1B

Ex.2 page 6
Name: Jordan Romero  Age: thirteen  Nationality: American

Ex.3 page 6
has not been leading – 3
has been using – 2
has been giving - 2
has (also) been appearing – 2
have been voicing – 2
Have (Jordan and his family) been considering – 1
Have (they) been thinking – 1

Grammar Builder 1.1 – page 115
  1. ‘ve been searching, haven’t found
  2. ‘ve visited, never seen
  3. Have you seen, ‘ve been looking
  4. ‘ve just been talking
  5. ‘ve been eating
  6. Have you seen, ‘s been working
  7. ‘ve played
  8. ‘ve been watching
  9. has won
  10. taken

Ex.4 page 6
  1. have read: I finished reading the book at some time in the past.
      Have been reading: I was reading the book for some time until recently; I may still be reading it.
  1. haven’t played: The last match we played was a long time ago.
Haven’t been playing: We play football now, but we didn’t start until quite recently.
  1. has done: Her exams are finished and she has good results.
has been doing: Her exams aren’t finished yet, but she’s doing well.
  1. has finished: His homework is done now.
has been finishing: He was working on the last part of his homework until recently and he may still be working on it.
  1. have gone: They aren’t at the gym now.
have been going: They’ve made repeated visits to the gym recently.
  1. have eaten: There aren’t any crisps left.
have been eating: You were eating my crisps until just a moment ago; perhaps there are some left.

Ex.5 page 6
The verb is appear. In paragraph 1 it is a state verb meaning ‘seem’. In paragraph 2 it is a dynamic verb meaning ‘make an appearance’.

Grammar Builder 1.2 page 115-116
1
  1. ‘re behaving, don’t understand, mean
  2. are you laughing, doesn’t fit
  3. ‘m carrying, weighs, know, contains
  4. Do you like, doesn’t matter, don’t mind
  5. need, don’t care, ‘m enjoying

2
  1. was looking
  2. had
  3. ‘m seeing
  4. was thinking
  5. were having
  6. think
  7. see
  8. looks

Ex.6 page 6
  1. have been helping
  2. has liked
  3. has climbed
  4. hasn’t climbed
  5. hasn’t been going
  6. has been appearing

Ex.7 page 6
  1. What have you been watching TV recently?
  2. How long have you been learning English?
  3. Have you been working hard recently?
  4. How long have you known your teacher?
  5. Has your best friend seemed happy recently?
  6. How much has it been raining this month?
  7. What time have you been going to bed recently?
  8. How well have you understood this grammar lesson?

1C

Ex.3 page 7
  1. c
  2. c
  3. d
  4. b
  5. a

Ex.4 page 7
  1. Buddhism
  2. Christian
  3. Christian
  4. Hindu
  5. Islamist
  6. Muslim
  7. Judaic
  8. Sikhism
  9. Sikh

Salinger followed Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism and Christianity (Christian Science).

Ex.5 page 7
She has brought a heavy suitcase which hits the floor with ‘a dull permanence’. The children know that the phrase ‘for a while’ may be used to mean ‘for a long time’.

1D

Ex.3 page 8
  1. a
  2. d
  3. a
  4. b
  5. c

Ex.4 page 9
  1. bearing in mind
  2. among
  3. towards
  4. alongside
  5. prior to
  6. aside from
  7. beyond
  8. Throughout
  9. owing to
  10. concerning

Ex.5 page 9
  1. right through
  2. among
  3. alongside
  4. prior to
  5. owing to
  6. aside from

1E

Ex.3 page 10
1b decide to paint it/ seems to be/ offer to help
2b avoid helping
3b invite your friends to come
4b let your friends borrow/ help them choose
5b want your room decorated

Ex.6 page 10
1a He shouted once.
1b He was shouting for some time or he shouted a number of times.
2a She smiled at him, hoping it would have a good effect (but it didn’t).
2b She made an effort to smile but couldn’t do it.
3a The busker had been chatting but then stopped.
3b The busker stopped in order to chat.
4a You need to speak to Sam – don’t forget to do that.
4b You spoke to Sam some time ago – you must remember that you did that.

Grammar Builder 1.3 page 116-117
1
  1. to come, going
  2. to meet, to turn up
  3. to contact, trying
  4. staying, sleeping
  5. to like, being
  6. taking, to ask
  7. arguing, having
  8. playing, to stop

2
  1. b
  2. c
  3. b
  4. c
  5. n
  6. c

Ex.7 page 10
  1. to wear, looking, feeling
  2. looking, chatting, making
  3. to know, to speak, offering, speak

1F

Ex.4 page 11
might, I’d say, Perhaps, They look as if

Ex.5 page 11
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 1
    4. 2
    5. 2
    6. 1

Ex.8 page 11
a, b, e

1G

Ex.2 page 12
The title refers to two people who are very different from each other.

Ex.3 page 12
Connon: funny, outgoing, unconventional, unreliable
Bess: conformist, considerate, dependable, shy

Ex.4 page 12
  1. play
  2. look
  3. keep
  4. Take care, wear
  5. give
  6. get
  7. let
  8. count

Ex.5 page 12
  1. doesn’t get stressed/ never gets stressed
  2. never let you
  3. suddenly lost for
  4. wear his heart on
  5. look on the bright

Ex.6 page 12
(Paragraph 4) … he’s always phoning me at the last minute …

1G

Ex.1 page 13
annoying habits, clothes, hair, personal traits

Ex.3 page 13
unlike (paragraph 5); but (paragraph 1, 4, 6); whilst (paragraph 5); however (paragraph 6)




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