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UNIT 10

10A Vocabulary and listening, Publications, page 94

Exercise 3

Fiction: comic, novel, play, short story

Non-fiction: atlas, autobiography, biography, cookbook, dictionary, encyclopaedia, grammar book, guidebook, magazine, manual, newspaper, textbook, thesaurus

 

Exercise 4

1 autobiography 

2 biography 

3 atlas 

4 manual 

5 dictionary 

6 play 

7 comic 

8 encyclopaedia 

9 magazine 

10 novel 

11 newspaper 

12 guidebook 

13 cookbook 

14 textbook 

I5 thesaurus 

16 grammar book 

17 short story

 

Exercise 5

1 Oliver Twist from Oliver Twist.

2 Gollum from The Lord oft he Rings.

3 Edward Cullen from the Twilight series.

4 The Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland.

5 Sherlock Holmes and Watson from the Shedock Holmes series.

 

Exercise 6

1 Charles Dickens wrote Oliver Twist.

2 JRR Tolkien wrote The Lord of the Rings.

3 Stephenie Meyer wrote the Twilight series.

4 Lewis Carroll wrote Alice in Wonderland.

5 Arthur Conan Doyle wrote the Sherlock Holmes series.

 

Exercise 7

1 Matt 

2 Rachel 

3 Matt 

4 Rachel 

5 Matt

 

Exercise 8

1 How many 

2 see a film 

3 poor, rich 

4 fun

 

10B Grammar, The passive (present and past simple), page 95

Exercise 2

are kept, are bought, was offered

1 be

2 present, past

 

Exercise 3

1 is published: present simple passive

2 weren't printed: past simple passive

3 were copied: past simple passive

4 was written: past simple passive

5 was sold: past simple passive

 

Exercise 5

1 were written 

2 are typed 

3 was sent 

4 is emailed

5 were drawn 

6 are created 

7 were made 

8 are printed 

9 were sold

10 are bought

 

a

Ь 3 

c

10

 

Exercise 6

b Was, attacked 

c Was, banned

d Is, played 

e Was, made 

f Is, used 

g Is, celebrated 

h Was, hit 

і Was, ruled

 

Exercise 7

a Yes, it was 

b Yes, she was 

c Yes, it was 

d Yes, it is 

e No, it wasn't 

f No, it isn't 

g Yes, it is 

h Yes, it was 

I No, it wasn't.

 

10C  Culture, То be or not to be?, page 96

Exercise 1

Anthony and Cleopatra, Romeo and Juliet, King Lear, Julius Caesar, Hamlet.

 

Exercise 2

2 When he was fifteen, he started working in his father's business.

3 When he was eighteen, he met and felt in love with Anne Hathaway.

4 He wrote thirty-seven plays.

5 He wrote a hundred and fifty-four sonnets.

6 He died at the age of fifty-two.

 

Exercise 3

1 born

2 seven

3 school

4 daughter

5 twins

6 money

7 identity

8 died

 

Exercise 4

1 Hamlet

2 Romeo and Juliet

3 Julius Caesar

 

Exercise 5

1

2 b 

3 a 

4 b 

5

6 c

 

Exercise 6

1 plays 

2 novels, short stories 

3 poems

 

10D Grammar, The passive (present perfect and future), page 97

Exercise 2

1 have been bought (and sold) / have been produced / have been downloaded

2 haven't been replaced

3 has the final chapter been written?

4 will be added / will be kept

5 won't be sold

6 Will printed books be completely replaced?

 

Exercise 3

2 Have you ever been bitten by a dog or a cat?

3 Have you ever been injured playing sport?

4 Has your house ever been burgled?

5 Has your mobile phone ever been stolen?

6 Has your hair ever been cut by a family member?

 

Exercise 5

1 have been published 

2 have been sold 

3 have been sent

4 have been added 

5 have been delivered 

6 have been added

 

Exercise 6

1 will be sold 

2 will be done 

3 will be included 

4 will be built 

5 will be taken 

6 will be powered 

7 will be spoken 

8 will be fought

 

10E Reading, Vampire stories, page 98

Exercise 3

1 C 

2 В 

3 А 

4

5 F

 

Exercise 4

1 characters 

2 sequel 

3 chapter 

4 epilogue 

5 plot

6 female lead

 

Exercise 5

2 Who 

3 How many 

4 What 

5 Why 

6 Which

 

Exercise 6

1 It was published in t976.

2 Anne Rice wrote The Vampire Chronicles.

3 About 80 million copies have been sold.

4 She wrote an epilogue after the last chapter.

5 They took legal action because Nosferatu was too similar to Dracula.

6 They deal with the fight between good and evil and the difference between what you want to do and what you should do.

 

Exercise 7

B

 

10F Everyday English, Arranging to meet, page 100

Exercise 1

Jack and Sophie are going to meet by the bus stop in fifteen minutes

 

Exercise 3

1 'Do you fancy meeting up?"Yes, OK. What do you want to do?'

2 'Shall we meet by the bus stop?"Good idea.'

3 'Why don't we go for a pizza after the film?"Sure. Why not?'

 

Exercise 4

Sophie suggests an alternative. She says: 'I'd rather see the film first, if that's OK.'

 

Exercise 6

1 c 

2

3 b 

4 c

 

Exercise 7

I'd prefer to...;

Why don't we.. .instead?

 

10G  Writing, An informal letter, page 101

Exercise 1

1 Helen is writing to her grandmother.

2 She has invited her to lunch next Saturday.

3 She has just finished reading The Lord of the Rings.

 

Exercise 2

a I'm not mad about the film, but I love the book.

b Do you fancy coming to see the school play?

c I'm really sorry, but I can't make it.

d I think you should read it.

e I was sorry to hear about your cat. You must miss him.

 

Exercise 3

1 b 

2 e 

3 a 

4 d 

5 c

 

Exercise 5

A Helen's address 

В the date

 

Language Review 9-10, page 102

Exercise 1

1 burglar 

2 murderer 

3 vandal 

4 shoplifter 

5 joyrider 

6 robber

 

Exercise 2

1 e 

2 c 

3

4

5

6 f

 

Exercise 3

1 had spent 

2 hadn't done 

3 had drunk 

4 hadn't bought 

5 had come 

6 had dropped

 

Exercise 4 

1 My brother said Ellie could use his phone.

2 Laura said it was too cold to play football.

3 My sister said she had done her homework.

4 My dad said he wasn't laughing.

5 Grace said that the soup tasted funny.

6 Jenny said that she didn't want to watch TV.

 

Exercise 5

1 d 

2 f 

3

4  

5

6 b

 

Exercise 6

1 c 

2 e 

3 a 

4 f  

5 d

6 b

 

Exercise 7

1 characters 

2 chapter 

3 female lead 

4 plot 

5 epilogue 

б sequel

 

Exercise 8

1 are spoken 

2 was visited 

3 are worn 

4 were left 

5 is used 

6 was held

 

Exercise 9

1 My jacket has been stolen.

2 Your car will be washed while it's in the car park.

3 A bell will be rung when it's time for dinner.

4 A lot of new houses have been built in the capital.

5 Cheese has been made in this village for centuries.

6 One day, music will only be sold online.

 

Exercise 10

1 fancy 

2 don't 

3 rather 

4 Shall 

5 Why 

6 not

 

Skills Round-up 1-10, page 103

Exercise 1

a did not happen 

b 5 

c З 

d 2 

e 1 

f 4

 

Exercise 2

confused and sad

 

Exercise 3

1 c 

2 c 

3 a 

4 b 

5 c

 

Exercise 4

He is not sad because he's moving to Liverpool too

 

Exercise 5

A 4 

В 5 

C 2 

D 1

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