UNIT 2. 2А, page 14
1 of; He played the part of a horrible character in a play.
2 about; He thought his dog had run away but he hadn't. Sam cried.
3 of; She won a national junior ice-skating competition.
4 with; Sophie was fed up with going to a tennis club. She told her dad she didn't like playing tennis.
5 of; Tom was jealous of Adam because Adam's parents got him everything he wanted.
UNIT 2. 2B, page 15
Positive effect: The rain made the atmosphere more dramatic.
Negative effect: It damaged the sound equipment.
Past simple affirmaiive was; went; arrived; looked; decided; was; reached; were; was; made; stopped
Past simple negative didn't mind
Past continuous affirmative were walking; was coming; was raining; were cheering arid dancing
Past continuous negative wasn't raining
Past perfect affirmative had started; 'd watched; had damaged
Past perfect negative hadn't seen
1 past continuous, e.g. a storm was coming; it wasn't raining yet
2 past simple, e.g. We arrived on Friday evening, looked at the programme and decided to...
3 past simple; past continuous, e.g. As we were walking across the park, there was a flash of lightning.
4 past perfect, e.g. When we reached the Main Stage, Metallica had started playing.
3 got off
6 'd never seen
7 was playing
8 were dancing
9 was walking
12 had gone
13 had written
18 hadn't noticed
1 did Julie travel
2 did Julie feel
3 was the band playing
4 had her dad written
5 did Julie ask
6 was her dad
UNIT 2. 2C, page 16
The monument is a war memorial in London called the Cenotaph.
It commemorates all soldiers who have died in wars in which Britain has fought.
2 1 / One
3 2 / two
a 1 st May is International Workers' Day, or May Day.
b 4th Julyis American Independence Day.
b 14th July is Bastille Day in France, or French National Day.