luni, 26 septembrie 2016

SOLUTIONS - UPPER-INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 2


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 2: RICH AND POOR

2A

Ex.2 page 15
  1. income
  2. allowance
  3. financial
  4. debt
  5. save
  6. repay
  7. wastes
  8. afford
  9. expenses
  10. budget


Ex.4 page 15
  1. valuable
  2. worthless
  3. dear
  4. extortionate
  5. careless
  6. mean
  7. hard up
  8. well off

Ex.5 page 15
  1. dirt cheap
  2. priceless
  3. affluent
  4. stingy


Ex.6 page 15

    1. 4
    2. 2
    3. 1
    1. 3

Vocabulary Builder 2.1 –page 135
1
1. d
2. g
3. c
4. e
5. b
6. h
7. f
8. a

2
  1. cost an arm and a leg
  2. dip into our savings
  3. came into some money
  4. live from hand to mouth
  5. make ends meet
  6. were ripped off
  7. made a killing
  8. tighten our belts

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

2B

Ex.2 page 16
  1. No, she hasn’t.
  2. It was quite poor.
  3. Because she didn’t usually win anything and wasn’t expecting to win.

Ex.4 page 16
2. I didn’t use to wear glasses, but I do now.
4. My dad used to have a beautiful old sports car.
5. Sally was a teacher for ten years.
3 and 6 are correct.

Ex.5 page 16
  1. used to have/ had; used to use/ would use/ used; got; charged; ended
  2. used to be/ was; worked; used to have to/ would have to/ had to; didn’t use to earn/ didn’t earn; used to do/ would do/ did; won

Grammar Builder 2.1 – page 117
  1. a
  2. both
  3. both
  4. a
  5. both
  6. a
  7. a
  8. b

Ex.7 page 16
  1. would interrupt
  2. used to spend
  3. would always drive
  4. Did you use to have
  5. never used to be

2C

Ex.2 page 17
  1. d
  2. b
  3. c
  4. b
  5. a
  6. a

Ex.3 page 17
  1. F
  2. T
  3. T
  4. F
  5. T
  6. F

Ex.4 page 17
SENTENCE 3

Ex.5 page 17
  1. rent
  2. pay
  3. make
  4. become
  5. Take care, do
  6. make
  7. get

Vocabulary Builder 2.2 page 135
  1. top-floor
  2. balcony
  3. fully-fitted
  4. walking distance
  5. amenities
  6. for sale
  7. spacious
  8. furnished
  9. double glazing
  10. central heating
  11. available
  12. rent

2D

Ex.2 page 18
  1. F
  2. T
  3. F
  4. F
  5. F

Ex.3 page 19
  1. D
  2. C
  3. A
  4. B
  5. B
  6. A
  7. D
  8. C
  9. B
  10. D

Ex.4 page 19
  1. from
  2. with
  3. in
  4. in, of
  5. for
  6. to
  7. to
  8. in

Ex.7 page 19
Past simple, would

Grammar Builder 2.2 pages 117-118
1
  1. worked out, would know
  2. would manage, let
  3. would be able, didn’t spend
  4. gave, wouldn’t be
  5. wouldn’t have, weren’t
  6. won, would retire

2
  1. If he weren’t (so) stingy, he’d lend you the money. /He’d lend you the money if he wasn’t/ weren’t (so) stingy.
  1. If the painting wasn’t/ weren’t a copy, it would be worth a fortune./ The painting would be worth a fortune if it wasn’t/ weren’t a copy.
  2. If the restaurant wasn’t/ weren’t rather pricey, we’d often eat there. / We’d often eat at the restaurant if it wasn’t/ weren’t rather pricey.
  3. If he wasn’t/ weren’t (so) careless with his money, he wouldn’t always be broke. /  He wouldn’t always be broke if he wasn’t/ weren’t (so) careless with his money.
  4. If he budgeted well, he wouldn’t get into debt all the time. / He wouldn’t get into debt all the time if he budgeted well.
  5. If it wasn’t/ weren’t (so) difficult to pay money back, I’d borrow it. / I’d borrow money if it wasn’t/ weren’t (so) difficult to pay back.
  6. If you didn’t waste your money, you wouldn’t always be short. / You wouldn’t always be short of money if you didn’t waste it.
 
2E

Ex.1 page 20
Past perfect: had (just) returned; had married; had (only) lasted; had moved
Past perfect continuous: had been living; had been teaching; hadn’t been feeling; had been going around

Grammar Builder 2.3 page 118
1
  1. hadn’t been
  2. had always kept
  3. hadn’t told
  4. had been
  5. had (you ever) visited
  6. had got up
  7. had known

2
  1. had been raining
  2. hadn’t been sleeping well
  3. had been cooking dinner
  4. had been traveling for six hours
  5. hadn’t been paying attention
  6. had been sitting at my desk since nine o’clock
  7. had been walking in the woods
  8. had been sunbathing all day


Ex.3 page 20
  1. had
  2. been raining
  3. been learning
  4. eaten
  5. been running
  6. seen

Ex.4 page 20
2. had been learning, Use 4
3. had been waiting, Use 4
4. had known, Use 3; had (only) been going out, Use 4
5. hadn’t had, Use 3
6. had been working, Use 2

Ex.5 page 20
  1. had dropped out
  2. had been studying
  3. hadn’t finished
  4. had been selling
  5. hadn’t had
  6. had (always) worked
  7. had started
  8. had been designing

2F

Ex.4 page 21
astonished, delighted

Vocabulary Builder 2.3 page 135
1
angry-furious; beautiful-gorgeous; crowded-packed; clean-spotless; dirty-filthy; funny-hilarious; hungry-starving; silly-ridiculous; surprising-astonishing; tired-exhausted; ugly-hideous.
2
  1. enormous, huge
  2. fantastic/fabulous, wonderful
  3. terrible, awful

Ex.6 page 21
  1. Because her sister had been borrowing her hoodie.
  2. She thinks she must have clicked the wrong button.
  3. Because she had asked for it to be sent directly to her sister.
  4. She was probably astonished and disappointed, but also quite amused.
  5. She was probably horrified and angry with herself. Now she is amused.

Ex.7 page 21
  1. stupidly
  2. obviously
  3. luckily
  4. to be honest
  5. fortunately

Vocabulary Builder 2.4 page 135
  1. personally,
  2. to be honest, / Frankly,
  3. obviously/ unfortunately
  4. hopefully/ Ideally
  5. fortunately

2G

Ex.4 page 22
  1. was raining, was blowing
  2. stood up, opened, left
  3. was reading, rang

Grammar Builder 2.4 page 118-119
1
  1. was shining, were singing, left
  2. saw, realised
  3. were (you) doing, called
  4. were waiting, started
  5. walked, sat down, started
  6. was living, moved
  7. played/was playing, was living
  8. was leaving, came out

Ex.5 page 27
  1. after investigating for a long time
  2. Having looked in the bag
  3. As he pulled it out
  4. As soon as he realised
  5. Leaning over the bin

2G

Ex.4 page 23
  1. same
  2. end
  3. shortly
  4. after
  5. later
  6. time
  7. blue

Ex.6 page 23
  1. filthy, wonderful
  2. surprisingly, apparently
  3. the police told him they would find out what had happened; the Bank of England said that for every note that he could put back together, Hill would receive a new one

Language Review/ Skll Round-Up

Ex.1 page 24
  1. selfish/ self-centred
  2. calm/ unemotional
  3. ambitious
  4. immature/ childish
  5. creative/ artistic

Ex.2 page 24
  1. Have (you) remembered
  2. have been reading
  3. has been
  4. have been staying
  5. has wanted

Ex.2 page 24
  1. Have (you) remembered
  2. have been reading
  3. has been
  4. have been staying
  5. has wanted

Ex.3 page 24
  1. repaired
  2. standing
  3. to go
  4. playing
  5. join

Ex.4 page 24
  1. like
  2. say
  3. though
  4. should
  5. could

Ex.5 page 24
  1. b
  2. a
  3. c
  4. c
  5. a

Ex.6 page 24
  1. didn’t use to
  2. used to
  3. would
  4. ‘d
  5. wouldn’t

Ex.7 page 24
  1. had been looking
  2. had arrived
  3. had got up
  4. had been getting
  5. had fallen down

Ex.8 page 24
  1. furious
  2. filthy
  3. spotless
  4. hideous
  5. hilarious

Ex.3 page 25
  1. d
  2. b
  3. d
  4. a

Ex.5 page 25
  1. F
  2. T
  3. T
  4. F
  5. F
  6. T



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