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UNIT I. All about you

1А, Vocabulary and listening, Personality, page 4

Exercise 1  

a 5

b 2

c 3

d 1

 

Exercise 2

2 dishonest

3 lazy

4 strong

5 quiet

6 arrogant

7 clever

8 confident

9 serious

10 rude

11 patient

12 nasty

 

Exercise 4

1 generous 

2 impatient 

3 arrogant 

4 lazy

 

1B, Grammar, Present simple and continuous, page 5

Exercise 1

The people on the sofa are chatting. 

A lot of people are dancing. 

The man at the table is drinking. 

The man on the sofa is eating.

The man wearing a purple jacket is holding two drinks.

The man wearing the yellow t-shirt is laughing.

The man in the purple t-shirt is listening to music.

The woman with the blonde hair is looking at the dancers.

Two people are sitting on the sofa.

The man in the grey t-shirt is smiling.

The woman with blonde hair in the yellow t-shirt is standing.

One of the dancers isn't wearing any shoes.

 

Exercise 2

Present simple; I don't know. Do you know, She lives. Do you want

Present continuous: Are you having, She's wearing, Is she dancing, Sam's standing, She isn't talking

 

Exercise 3

1 wears

2 doesn't wear

3 Do, wear

4 'swearing

5 isn't wearing

6 Are, wearing

 

Exercise 4

1 Rule 3

2 Rule 2

3 Rule 4

4 Rule 1

1 present simple

2 present continuous

3 present simple

4 present continuous

 

Exercise 5

1 are you enjoying

2 like

3 'mnotdancing

4 're wearing

5 Do you want

6 love

7 don't like

8 love

9 'm going

 

ІC, Culture, Teenage challenges, page 6

Exercise 2

b

 

Exercise 3

1 The Duke of Edinburgh started the award.

2 He started it because he wanted young people to learn to help themselves and others.

3 There are three levels: Gold for over-16s; Silver for over-15s; and Bronze for oveM4s.

4 You havetobe 16 toget aGoldaward.

5 Participants have to complete four activities.

6 The participants plan the activities themselves with the help of their school or youth dub.

 

Exercise 4

1 do

2 goon

3 write

4 spend

5 do

6 team

 

Exercise 5

I d

2 c

3 b

4 a

 

Exercise 6

1 C

2 J

3 D

4 N

5 J/C

6 N/D

 

1D Grammar, Verb + infinitive or -ing form, page 7

Exercise 3

Verb + infinitive:

1 Ь try

2 a agree

2 b refuse 

4 offer

4 a decide

5 b pretend

Verb + -ingform:

1 acarryon

2 suggest

3 adon'tmind

3 b can't help

4 b can't stand

5 a look forward to

 

Exercise 4

See previous exercise

 

Exercise 5

Verb + infinitive: expect, hope, promise

Verb + -ingform: avoid, fancy, spend time

 

Exercise 6

1 to send

2 being

3 talking

4 making

5 to pass

6 watching

7 to lend

8 to buy

 

1E Reading, Music and personality, page 8-9

Exercise 1

1 blues

2 jazz

3 reggae

4 country

5 indie

6 soul

 

Exercise 4

1 C

2 D

З А

4 E

5 -

6 B

7 F

 

Exercise 5

1 creative

2 outgoing

3 easy-going

4 rebellious

5 passionate

6 gentle

 

Exercise 7

1 eyes

2 shoulders

3 explosion

4 romance

5 robot

6 despair

7 shouiders

8 explosion

9 love

10 tunes

11 dreams

 

1F Everyday English, Exchanging opinions, page 10

Exercise 1

Beth and Jamie are not good friends. They do not know much about each other. They have probably just met for the first time.

 

Exercise 2

1 I love, I enjoy

2 I can't stand

3 I'd rather

4 Do you fancy?

5 I'm not that keen on

 

Exercise 5

1 Pair 1 discusses music. Pair 2 discusses films. Pair 3 discusses surfing the Net. Pair 4 discusses reading.

2 Pairs 1 and 3 make a social arrangement.

 

Exercise 6

1 fan

2 much

3 big

4 absolutely

5 a bit

6 fond

7 into

 

Exercise 7

1 What are you into?

2 What do you like doing at weekends?

3 What else do you tike doing?

4 What do you think of Take That?

5 What kind of films are you into?

 

1G Writing, A personal profile, page 11

Exercise 1

1, 2, 3 and 5

 

Exercise 3

Positive adjectives: friendly, sensitive, cdhfident, hard-working, loyal, funny, ambitious, tolerant

Negative adjectives: impatient, lazy

 

Exercise 4

1 interested

2 enjoy

3 crazy

4 do

5 hobbies

 

Exercise 5

I like being around;

I get on well with

 

Exercise 6

quite, rather, slightly, a bit, really, pretty, very, not very

 

Exercise 7

1 before

2 quite

3 negative

 

Exercise 8

1 I'm pretty creative. I'm not very ambitious.

2 My best friend is rather confident but a bit impatient.

3 My brother is pretty serious and slightly shy.

4 He's a very friendly person, but he's a bit arrogant.

5 She's quite an honest person. She's not very sensitive.

 

Get Ready for your Exam, Speaking, page 12

Exercise 1

1 A

2 C

З В

4 E

5 D

 

Exercise 2

1 guess

2 think

3 shows

4 view, look

5 sure

6 Perhaps

 

Exercise 3

Laura: 17; Argentina; reading, playing football

Martin: 16; the Czech Republic; going out with friends, swimming

Emre: 16; Turkey; taking photographs, playing computer games

Lottie: 16; the UK; drawing, taking photographs

Greg: 17; Canada; listening to music, surfing the Net

Brigitta: 18; Hungary; listening to music, chatting online

 

Exercise 5

1 old

2 of

3 in

4 in

5 next

б with

7 are

8 and

9 is

10 His

11 to

12 big

 

Get Ready for your Exam, Reading, page 13

Exercise 7

afraid - brave;

alive - dead;

bright - dark;

exciting - uninteresting;

friendly - unkind;

terrible-wonderful

 

Exercise 8

1 T

2 F: Conradin's aunt did not like him and was unkind to him.

3 F: He could go into the garden but he couldn't play on the grass.

4 F: Two animals lived in the shed.

5 F: Conradin bought the ferret from a boy in the village.

6 T

 

Exercise 11

1 fancy

2 don't

3 really

4 Let's

5 Shall

6 prefer

7 want

8 Sounds

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