Archive | November, 2012

NI 1 REVIEW OF FUTURE TENSES

27 Nov

Here you can find some useful links to practice how to use the future in English

FUTURE TENSES 1

FUTURE TENSES 2

FUTURE TENSES 3

FUTURE TENSES 4

FUTURE TENSES 5

FUTURE TENSES 6

 

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NI 1 REVISE AND CHECK UNIT 1

22 Nov

Here is the answer key for the Revise and Check section of unit 1

GRAMMAR

1. did you get          2. bought          3. Do you like           4. hit           5. was driving

6. had changed          7. ‘m meeting/’m going to meet          8. finish

9. ‘ll pick you up           10. ‘ll love/’re going to love

VOCABULARY

A 1. seafood (not an adjective)

2. fried (not a kind of meat)

3. roast (a way of cooking- the others are cutlery)

4. pitch (not a person but a place)

5. beat (a verb, not a place)

6. affectionate (the others are adjectives with a negative meaning)

7. moody (the others are adjectives with a positive meaning)

8. familiy (it’s a ‘group’ – the others are individual members)

B  1. spicy     2. starter     3. draw     4. injured     5. stepfather     6. selfish     7. mean

C 1. for, out     2. for     3. up     4. on

CAN YOU UNDERSTAND THIS TEXT?

A  1. F   2. DS   3. T   4. T   5. F   6. F   7. DS    8. T   9. DS   10. T

nutritionist – an expert on diet

rejects – doesn’t want

solid – the opposite of liquid

craves – wants very much

choking – not being able to breathe because you have something in your throat

in advance – before you do something

 

ANSWER KEY NI2

15 Nov

Better late than never.

CAN YOU UNDERSTAND THIS TEXT?

A) 1 C   2B   3 A    4 A   5 C

B) correspondence: the letters/emails you send and receive

genres: particular styles or types of something

family ties: strong connections between members of a family

random: chosen without deciding in advance, or without any regular pattern

on the spot: at the exact moment, immediately

WRITING SECTION (PAGE 17)

A) havent (punctuation)  haven’t

temprature (spelling) temperature

since (grammar) for

Luckly (spelling) Luckily

Anything exciting (punctuation) Anything exciting?

are (grammar) is

record-company (punctuation) record company

a good news (grammar) some good news

may (punctuation) May

recomend (spelling) recommend

siteseeing (spelling) sightseeing

you’ll can show (grammar) you’ll be able to show

 

B) I haven’t been in touch

I’ve been catching up on my emails

Please give my regards to you family

 

C) 1  for   2 to   3 not   4 hope   5 to   6 to   7 with   8 are/get   9 for   10 forward

11  Give /Send   12 care   13 Best   14  PS