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Unit 4 various ex. Int 2 requested by Irene

January 31, 2013

  • Pag 54_3.Grammar:
    What would you do if your school caught fire? It depends. As I’m a teacher, I’d probably try to help people out. I’d try to close windows and doors and I’d shout “Go to the exit. Don’t push and shove. But who know. I might not do any of that.” What would you have done if you had been on the Pan Am plane to Tenerife? That’s hard to know. I might’ve frozen, like most people. I might’ve tried to help in some way. I would’ve been alert, in any case. In case someone shouted something useful.
    a: 2, 1. b: 1 conditional tense, past simple; 2 conditional perfect, past perfect.
    c: 1 were, 2 would’ve got/gotten out, 3 had got/gotten off, 4 wouldn’t pay
  • Pag 62_Body Quiz: A. 1 wrist, 2 waist / hips, 3 ankle, 4 cheeks, 5 lungs, 6 chest. B. 1 to have butterflies in one’s stomach, 2 It’s on the tip of my tongue, 3 I can’t get it out of my head, 4 she’s pulling my leg, 5 to learn by heart, 6 to put one’s foot in it
  • Grammar Banks 4a-4c. Pag 139:
    4a a 1 would’ve bbought, 2 had gone, 3 ‘d lend, 4 found, 5 hadn’t driven / hadn’t been driving, 6 lived, 7 wouldn’t have died, 9 would’ve heard, 9 had known, 10 were. b: 1 he wouldn’t have been late, 2 she wouldn’t sleep badly at night, 3 we would’ve reached the top of the mountain, 4 she had had enough money, 5 there wasn’t so much traffic, 6 he’d get the job
    4b a: Ben must have read my email, 2 she might’ve had an argument with her boyfriend, 3 They can’t have got/gotten lost, 4 You can’t have seen Ellie yesterday, 5 John might’ve not heard you, 7 SLucy must’ve bought a new car, 7 Alex can’t ‘ve been very ill, 8 They might not have received the invitations.
    b: 1B should’ve learnt/learned, 2 you should’ve saved it on your mobile phone, 3 shouldn’t have gone, 4 shouln’t have invited, 5 shouldn’t have bought, 6 should’ve gone
    4c a: 1 look as if, 2 smells, 3 sonds like, 4 taste like, 5 sound as if, 6 feels, 7 look, 8 feels like, 9 tastes, 10 smells as if. b: 1F, 2G, 3A, 4B, 5K, 6J,7C, 8E, 9D, 10 I, 11H
  • Pag 151-152: Vocabulary Banks. Feelings. 1 a 1 confused, 2 shocked, 3 grateful, 4 relieved, 5 disappointed, 6 homesick, 7 lonely, 8 nervous, 9 glad, 10 offended. b 1 stunned, 2 devastated, 3 delighted, 4 exhausted, 5 thrilled, 6 terrified, 7 furious, 8 astonished, 9 desperate, 10 miserable. 2 Idioms 1C, 2D, 3F, 4E, 5A, 6B. The body. 1 15, 14, 16, 13, 11, 4, 2 – 5, 6, 7, 8, 1, 2, 10, 3, 9. Verbs: 2 nose, 3 hair / teeth, 4 hands, 5 hair, 6 arms, 7 hand, 8 head (yes), 9 head, 10 eyebrow, 11 hands, 12 shoulders
    b 2 teeth, 3 arms, 4 nails, 5 hand, 6 knees, 7 forehead, 8 eye, 9 mouth/arms &/or legs, 10 finger
    Idioms chest 10, foot 2, feet 5 hand 1 head 8 heart 7, 9, leg 3, stomach 6, tongue 4
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