26 mayo, 2017

9&10 Revise and Check

GRAMMAR
1 b    6 a    11 a
2 c    7 b    12 a
3 c    8 b    13 b
4 b    9 a    14 c
5 a   10 c   15 a
VOCABULARY
a 1 luckily
2 careless
3 uncomfortable
4 unfortunately
5 impatient
b 1 turned
2 set
3 unplug
4 turn
5 turn / switch
c 1 remote control
2 keyboard
3 memory stick
4 headphones
5 mouse
d 1 football pitch
2 profile picture
3 ground floor
4 petrol station
5 speed camera
e 1 detective
2 prove
3 victims
4 solve
5 suspect
PRONUNCIATION
a 1 through    2 charge    5 careful
   2 although  4 headphones
b 1 comfortable   3 cable 5 evidence
    2 adaptor         4 witness
CAN YOU UNDERSTAND THIS TEXT?
a 1 F 2 T 3 DS 4 DS 5 T 6 T 7 F

05 mayo, 2017

7&8 Revise and Check

GRAMMAR
1 a 6 b 11 c
2 a 7 a 12 b
3 c 8 c 13 a
4 b 9 b 14 a
5 c 10 c 15 b

VOCABULARY
a 1 terms
2 nursery
3 secondary
4 behave
5 boarding
b 1 on
2 ceiling
3 gate
4 on
5 fireplace
c 1 choice
2 agreement
3 success
4 complaint
5 demonstration
6 retirement
7 qualifications
8 translator
9 scientists
10 explanation
d 1 overtime
2 shifts
3 temporary
4 set
5 self-employed

CAN YOU UNDERSTAND THIS TEXT?
a Possible answer: It is better to do a job that you love than a
job which you hate, but which pays better.
b 1 DS 2 T 3 F 4 DS 5 DS 6 T

23 abril, 2017

8B gerunds and infinitives

2 calling 3 to speak 4 not to buy 5 going 6 to look after 7 using 8 Waiting 9 to consider 10 drawing 11 to work 12 to go 13 doing 14 to hear 15 studying 16 to think 17 cooking 18 to like 19 Eating; feel 20 to give

8A reported speech: sentences and questions

a 2 was 3 had been 4 hadn’t all been 5 had started 6 had enjoyed 7 had loved 8 had been able to 9 was going to be 10 depended 11 would be 12 had to
b 2 if there was too much violence in films 3 who the most difficult actor he had ever worked with was / who was the most difficult actor he had ever worked with 4 what a young person who wanted to go into acting should do 5 when he was going to retire

06 abril, 2017

Although/though/even though In spite of/despite

UNIT 113
1.
2. Although I had never seen her before,
3. although it was quite cold.
4. although we don’t like them very much.
5. Although I didn’t speak the language,
6. Although the heating was on
although we’ve known each other for a long time
although I’d met her twice before.
2.
2 a. In spite of b.although 3 a. Because b. Althoug 4 a. Because of b. In spite of 5 a. Although b. Because of. 6 a he didn’t study b. He studied 7 a. I was hungry b. Being hungry.
3.
2. In spite of having very little money, they are happy
3.Although my foot was injured, I managed...
4. In spite of the silly story, I enjoyed the film.
5. Despite the fact that we live in the same street, we hardly ever see each other.
6. Even though I had an umbrella, I got very wet in the rain.
4.
2. It’s quite warm, a bit windy though.
3. I ate it though.
4. I don’t like her husband though.

05 abril, 2017

7B first and second conditionals

a 2 ’d buy; won 3 painted; would be 4 would do; had 5 wouldn’t be; didn’t spend 6 shared; could / would get on 7 would be able to / could; had 8 would move; found 9 didn’t have to; would be able to / could 10 went; wouldn’t be.
b 2 would buy 3 goes 4 reduce 5 would take 6 gets 7 weren’t / wasn’t 8 found 9 ’ll never finish 10 will be.

7A first conditional and future time clauses

2 get 3 ’ll send 4 finishes 5 Come 6 can 7 don’t phone 8 get 9 ’re 10 are 11 won’t be able to 12 pass 13 see 14 don’t study 15 won’t have

28 marzo, 2017

Passive voice

If you want to improve your grammar ( Passive voice) there is this exercise to practice.

16 marzo, 2017

5&6 Revise and Check

GRAMMAR
1 a    6 c   11 a
2 b    7 a   12 b
3 c    8 b   13 a
4 b    9 c   14 c
5 b  10 a   15 b

VOCABULARY
a 1 lips / mouth
2 eyes
3 nose
4 hands
5 teeth
b 1 beat
2 court
3 get injured
4 scored
5 go
c 1 close
2 common
3 touch
4 got
5 fiancé
d 1 soundtrack
2 subtitles
3 special effects
4 star
5 scene
e 1 out
2 off
3 up
4 out
5 on

PRONUNCIATION
a 1 couple      3 eyes           5 war
   2 taste         4 ears
b 1 referee     3 spectators   5 colleague
   2 review     4 director

CAN YOU UNDERSTAND THIS TEXT?
b 1 b 2 a 3 c

6B modals of deduction: might / may, can’t, must

a 2 might 3 must 4 can’t 5 can’t 6 may
b 1 can’t; must 2 can’t; might; might; might 3 can’t; must / might / may; might / may 4 can’t; must