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UPPER INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 1



Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la Unit 1: CHANGING WORLD! din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa a IX-a intitulat GOING FOR GOLD - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - COURSEBOOK, Editura Longman, Autori Richard Acklam si Araminta Crace, Editia 2011

GOING FOR GOLD - Coursebook 
Unit 1: CHANGING WORLD

READING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 4

Tourists leave a lot of litter.
The paths going up to Machu Picchu are being worn away.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 5

1. F
2. A
3. D
4. B
5. C
6. E

GRAMMAR 1


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 5

1. visit
2. are
3. don't understand
4. are spending
5. are becoming
6. Do people drop
7. is studying
8. think
9. flows
10. is increasing


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 5

1. 
Present simple:
B. Sentences 1 and 6
😄 Sentences 3 and 8
Present Continuous:
😧 Sentences 4 and 7
E: Sentences 5 and 10
2. A. simple B. continuous


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 6

1. They are making a lot of exciting plans for the future.
2. Linda and Bob are staying with us for a few days.
3. correct
4. He doesn't believe anything I tell him.
5. More and more people are using cars these days.
6. Is your town clean or dirty?
7. correct
8. We are developing a new system for paying by credit card.
9. His phone isn't working at the moment.
10. My brother studies for three hours every evening.
11. correct
12. What are you doing while you're in Lisbon?


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 6

1. 'm studying
2. play
3. go
4. 'm not going
5. think
6. want
7. lives
8. speaks
9. 's staying
10. 's working
11. 'm learning
12. 'm trying
13. speak

VOCABULARY 1


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 7

1. Nouns: height, isolation
2. Adjectives: high, isolated 


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 and 3 / page 7

Nouns: heigh, isolation, beauty, pleasure, danger, religion, difficulty, poison, fame, wonder, necessity, problem

Adjective: high, isolatated, beautiful, pleasant, dangerous, religious, difficut, poisonous, famous, wonderful, necessary, problematic

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 7

1. pleasure
2. famous
3. beauty
4. problems
5. wonderful
6. dangers
7. poisonous
8. difficulty
9. necessary
10. religious


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 8

1
1. noun
2. adjective
3. adjective
4. noun
5. noun
6. noun
7. noun
8. noun
9. adjective
10. adjective

2
1. rainfall
2. global
3. dangerous
4. population
5. tragedy
6. development
7. creation
8. heigh
9. considerable
10. necessary

LISTENING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 8

1. The most southern party of the world
2. Very cold
3. Penguins (not polar bears, which are only found in the Arctic)
4. Global warming melts the ice in Antarctica and sea levels rise around the world.


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 9

A. boat, tour
B. mountain, sports
C. calories, diet
D. ecosystem, temperatures


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 9

Speaker 2: A
Speaker 3: B
Speaker 4: C 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 9


1. about 1,000
2. -90 degrees Celcius
3. the sea level rises (and this affects people all over the world)
4. your brain will freeze and you might be eaten by a seal
5. 4.877 meters
6. 4,500 calories a day
7. fat

GRAMMAR 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 9

A. will
B. going to
C. the present continuous
D. will
E. going to
F. the present simple
G. the present simple


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 9

1. 'm having
2. 's going to go
3. 's going to snow
4. will rise
5. 'll have
6. leaves

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 10


1. 'll have
2. do
3. starts
4. get up
5. 're meeting
6. 're going
7. 'll probably go
8. 'll get
9. 'll go
10. 'll look
11. 'll have
12. 'll live
13. 'll ... play

VOCABULARY 2


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 10

1.  1-E  2-A  3-F  4-C  5-B  6-D
2.  1-E  2-F  3-A  4-B  5-C  6-D


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 11

1. Buses, train
2. Because they creat holes in the ozone layer so dangerous rays from the sun reach the Earth. Global warming is caused by the build-up of dangerous gases which can't escape.
3. Possible answers include picking fruit, picking up litter on beaches, planting trees, mending paths in the countryside, etc. Note: you usually have to pay to go on working holidays which involve some kind of conservation project.
4. glass bottles and jars, food and drink cans, material and clothes, shoes, paper/ newspaper
5. oil, coal, solar power, wind power
6. fumes from cars, buses, etc. and from factories

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 11

1. planted
2. oil, coal
3. throw away
4. CFC gases
5. Solar power
6. Public transport
7. fumes
8. ozone layer
9. air quality
10. recycling bank
11. working holiday
12. Eco-turism


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 11

1. solar enery
2. public transport

SPEAKING


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 12

1. d
2. c
3. b
4. a


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 12

1. both
2. both
3. but
4. on the other hand
5. whereas

Similarities: Sentences 1 and 2
Differences: Sentences 3, 4 and 5


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 12

Possible sentences:

1. These photographs are both of young people on holiday.
2. In photo C, the woman is in a city but in photo D the two people are at the beach.
3. The woman in photo C is looking at her map - she is sightseeing - whereas the people in photo D are working; they are picking up litter.
4. In photo C, the woman looks quite bored. In photo D, on the other hand, the people look as if they are enjoying themselves.


WRITING


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 13

1. You usually read articles in newspapers, magazines, journals, etc.
2. All of them


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 13

All the features have been encluded.

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UPPER INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 2

 

Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la Unit 2: TURN UP THE MUSIC din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa a IX-a intitulat GOING FOR GOLD - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - COURSEBOOK, Editura Longman, Autori Richard Acklam si Araminta Crace, Editia 2011

GOING FOR GOLD - Coursebook 
Unit 2: TURN UP THE MUSIC

READING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 14

1977


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 14

2. What is Blur's music going to be used for?
3. Why did the Americans send music into space on Voyager 1 and Voyager 2?
4. Why did the scientists choose music to send to alliens?
5. What does It refer to in line 47?
6. What does the writer say about the music on the disk?

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 14

1. B
2. A
3. C
4. D
5. D
6. B


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 14

1. a
2. b
3. a
4. b
5. b

 VOCABULARY 1


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 16

A. drums
B. guitar
C. saxophone
D. keyboards
E. piano
F. violin


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 16

1. jazz - saxophone (sometimes piano and violin)
2. classical - piano, violin (also guitar, drums and saxophone)
3. rock - guitar, drums, keyboards


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 16

1. single
2. album
3. lead singer
4. band
5. the charts
6. number one

GRAMMAR 1


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 17

c. why somebody does something


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 17

1.  1a) infinitive   2b) clause
2. Sentence 5 is not possible. You would need to add so as before not to.
3.  1 informal  2 formal

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 7


1. I'm going to the music shop now to buy that new CD.

2. He drives carrefully so as not to have an accident.
3. She studies very hard in order to improve her English quickly.
4. You should use sun cream in order that you don't get sunburnt. 
5. I'm going to bed early so that I'm not tired tomorrow.
6. I'm doing a computer course to learn how to use computers better.
7. I wrote down his phone number in order not to forget it.
8. She plays tennis every morning so as to keep fit.


USE OF ENGLISH

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 18

1. different
2. different
3. different
4. similar
5. similar
6. similar
7. similar
8. similar

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 18

1. had been
2. have to
3. have had
4. not as
5. were sent
6. order not
7. she was
8. used to

LISTENING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 19

1. They had to sing / perform on the TV show every week.
2. It was an extremely popular show.
3. A recording contact with a record company. 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 19

1. true
2. false
3. true
4. false
5. true
6. false
7. false
8. true

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 19

2. c
3. a
4. e
5. b

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 6 / page 20

1. Standing here in front of you
2. And I'll never lose my way again
3. When you believe in me
4. You showed me I was not alone
5. When you're by my side

VOCABULARY 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 20

1. f
2. e
3. c
4. b
5. d
6. a

GRAMMAR 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 21

2. 
1. object 
2. subject
3. object 
4. subject
5. object 
6. subject

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 21

1. Which of these albums do you like best?
2. correct
3. How many people went to the concert?
4. Where did you go for your last holiday?
5. What happened to Diane yesterday?
6. Who do you want to speak to? 
7. correct
8. Who gave you that great bag?

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 21

2.
1. Who is your favourite band?
2. Do you go to pop concerts?
3. Do you listen to music on the radio?
4. How much do you spend on CDs every month?


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 22

1. 
1. Because they are more formal and polite (she's interviewing someone she doesn't know).
2. We use question marks with the following phrases because they start with a question:
Can I ask you...?
Could you tell me...?
Would you mind telling me...?
We don't use a question mark with the following phrases because it starts with a statement (not a question):
I'd also like to know...

2. 
In the first pair, only b) is correct because we use statement word order with indirect questions (not question word order). 
In the second pair, both a) and b) are correct, because we can use if or whether with yes/no-type indirect questions.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 22


1. Can I ask you when you last bought a single?

2. Would you mind telling me what you think of The Corrs music?
3. I'd also like to know if you play a musical instrument.
4. Could you tell me if you ever listen to classical music?
5. Would you mind telling me how often you go to see live music?
6. Can I ask you what your favourite song ever is?
7. I'd also like to know if you have ever heard of All Saints.
8. Could you tell me what time of day you listen to music mostly?

SPEAKING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 22

They talk about family, work/ study, spare time/ hobbies and future plans.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 22

Oliver
Family: Small family. Father - cheese factory business Brother - studying to be doctor
Spare time: Listening to music, buying CDs, playing piano and guitar
Job in ten years' time: Wants to start a band with two friends

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 22

1. b
2. a
3. a
4. a
5. a 

WRITING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 23

1.1. asking for information
2. three

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 23

1. D
2. F
3. B
4. E
5. C
6. A

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UPPER INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 3


Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la Unit 3: WITH FRIENDS LIKE THESE din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa a IX-a intitulat GOING FOR GOLD - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - COURSEBOOK, Editura Longman, Autori Richard Acklam si Araminta Crace, Editia 2011

GOING FOR GOLD - Coursebook 
Unit 3: WITH FRIENDS LIKE THESE

LISTENING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 24

1. e
2. c
3. a
4. d
5. b

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2/ page 24

Quotation 5 (making a new friend) 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4/ page 25

1. About a boy
2. thirties
3. reading magazines
4. friends
5. mother
6. 12
7. selfish
8. sensitive/ caring


VOCABULARY 1


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 25

1.
1. a) classmate = someone who is in the same class as you
    b) flatmate = someone whom you share a flat with
2. a) get on with = to have a friendly relationship with someone
    b) go out with = to have a romantic relationship with someone
3. a) fall out with = to have an argument and stop being friends (maybe temporarily)
   b) fall in love = to begin to love someone
4. a) split up = to end a marriage or relationship
    b) make (it) up = to become friends with someone again after an argument  


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 25

1. classmates
2. acquintances
3. close friend
4. flatmates


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 25

1. She's always falling in love - three times already this year!
2. My parents got married after going out with each other for only six weeks.
3. Many more couples split up than ever before.
4. I think I'm lucky because I get on with both my parents.
5. I've never fallen out with my best friend.
6. I'm always having arguments with my parents, but we always make it up afterwards.

GRAMMAR 1


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 26

1. have known
2. lived
3. haven't seen
4. have you had
5. has lived
6. did you go
7. has had
8. have been
9. started
10. haven't eaten


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 26

1. the past simple
2. the present perfect simple
3. when we are referring to the point in time when an action started
4. when we are referring to the period of time an action has continued


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 26

1. I've known him for two years.
2. I've had this watch for three months.
3. My family has lived at the same address for five years.
4. I haven't spoken to my next-door neighbours since last weekend.
5. I've known the person sitting next to me for nearly two weeks.
6. My hair has been the same lenght for three years.
7. I haven't been on holiday for a year.
8. I've had these shoes since January.


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 26

1. A: Have you seen that new horror film?
    B: Yes, I have.
    A: When did you see it?
    B: I saw it last weekend.
2. A: Has ypur best friend phoned you today?
    B: No, she hasn't.
3. A: When did you buy that jacket?
    B: I bought it when I was on holiday last month.


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 6 / page 27

1.
1. just 
2. already
3. ever
4. yet

2.
A. Have you ever been to South America?
B. No, I haven't been there yet, but I might go next summer.
C. I've just seen a fantastic film - the new Harry Potter one.
D. Oh, yes. I've already seen that.


USE OF ENGLISH


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 28

to help find their way; as symbols of friendship 


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 28

2. relative pronoun
3. who

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 28

1. who
2. the
3. his
4. for
5. about
6. are
7. to
8. of
9. as
10. where
11. they
12. on

READING


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 29

1. A
2. B
3. D
4. C
5. A
6. C
7. D
8. B
9. D


VOCABULARY 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 30


1. generous
2. loyal
3. sensitive
4. sociable
5. easygoing
6. down-to-earth
7. competitive
8. arrogant
9. bossy
10. self-confident

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 30

arrogant and bossy are negative;
competitive is often considered negative but not always

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 30

1. three syllables with main stress on the first syllable
2. (number of syllables in brackets, main stress underlined)
    generous (3); loyal (2); sensitive (3); sociable (3); easygoing (4); down-to-earth (3); competitive (4); arrogant (3); bossy (2); self-confident (4).


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 30


1. easygoing
2. self-confident
3. loyal
4. sociable
5. generous
6. down-to-earth
7. sensitive
8. competitive
9. arrogant
10. bossy


LISTENING 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 31

1. grandparent (grandmother)
2. teacher
3. pets
4. parents (mother)
5. sister
6. boss

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 31

1. B
2. C
3. B
4. A
5. C
6. A

GRAMMAR 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 31

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 31

The main stress is on so or such.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 32

A. We can use so before an adjective/ an adverb.
B. We can use such before a noun/ an adjective + noun


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 32

1. such as
2. so
3. such a
4. so
5. such
6. so
7. so
8. so
9. such
10. so


SPEAKING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 32

speaking on the phone, sending emails and sending text messages


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 32

1. they are convenient, quick and cheap
2. arranging when and where to meet his friends
3. you can send long or short messages at any time you want and pick them up any time you want
4. chatting to her friends
5. it is difficult because you can't see the other person's face 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 32

1. 
What do you think about
I think
What about you
In my opinion
What do you think

2. 
giving your opinion: I think; in my opinion
asking for someone's opinion: What do you think about...? What about you? What do you think?

WRITING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 33

Language in a letter to a friend is informal. The following are appropriate for an informal letter to a friend: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15.


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 33

1. telling her friend things she's done recently
2. Dear Miki, Sorry I've taken ages to write back, cool trainers. You'd love them! you'll never believe what I did last weekend, Say hello to your family from me, Don't forget to write soon, Lots of love

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UPPER INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 4


Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la Unit 4: DREAM ON din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa a IX-a intitulat GOING FOR GOLD - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - COURSEBOOK, Editura Longman, Autori Richard Acklam si Araminta Crace, Editia 2011

GOING FOR GOLD - Coursebook 
Unit 4: DREAM ON

READING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 36

b). their lives until now


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 36

3. ... was a Manchester United fan
4. ... from cleaning the first team's boots


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 37

1. F
2. C
3. E
4. A
5. D
6. B


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 6 / page 37

1. correct
2. correct
3. audition: to put on a short performance to show if you are good enough to perform in a play, concert, etc.
4. correct
5. correct
6. blame for: to say or think someone is responsible for something bad
7. correct


VOCABULARY 1

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 38

1.
1. hope/ hopefulness
2. use/ uselessness
3. activity/ action
4. pain
5. noise
6. music
7. beauty
8. brute/ brutality
9. danger
10. politics
11. dirt

2.
1. hopeful
2. useless
3. active
4. painful
5. noisy
6. musical
7. beautiful
8. brutal
9. dangerous
10. political
11. dirty 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 38

1. famous
2. noisy
3. painful
4. active
5. dirty
6. useless
7. dangerous
8. beautiful

GRAMMAR 1

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 38

a). Picture B  b). Picture A

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 39

1. What is the weather like at the moment?
2. What do you like doing at the weekend?
3. What is your home town like?
4. What does your brother look like?
5. What would you like to do this weekend?
6. What's your best friend like?
7. Where would you like to go next summer holiday?

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 39

Like is a verb in question 2, 5 and 7.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 39

a - 4
b - 7
c - 1
d - 6
e - 2
f - 5
g - 3


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 6 / page 39

A - 2
B - 4
C - 1
D - 3

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 7 / page 39

1. like a fish
2. as you can see
3. as a study
4. as we did
5. like hot water
6. as we agreed
7. like her father
8. as they promised

SPEAKING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 40

family; home town; free time 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 40

1. a small town in the south of Spain
2. one sister
3. his sister
4. skiing

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 40

1. didn't quite hear the last thing
2. don't really understand what you 

USE OF ENGLISH

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 40

The text is about children whose parents put pressure on them to achive high standards in activities such as sport, music and academic subjects.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 41

1. correct
2. an
3. as
4. to
5. are
6. correct
7. correct
8. be
9. of
10. up
11. correct
12. correct
13. the
14. most
15. them
16. correct

LISTENING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 41

Speaker 1: Picture C
Speaker 2: Picture D
Speaker 3: Picture A
Speaker 4: Picture B

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 41

Extract 1: 1 the next day   2 very worried
Extract 2: 1 trees and plants  2  a fire
Extract 3: 1  in a tunnel  2 thousands of people
Extract 4: 1  friends  2  not being able to move

VOCABULARY 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 42

1. to limp
2. to stare
3. weird
4. to slip

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 42

strange: unusual, unconventional
to look: glare, glance
to walk: creep, wander
important: vital, major
to fall: trip, collapse


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 42

1. stared
2. unconventional
3. vital
4. wandered
5. collapse


GRAMMAR 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 42

1. c
2. b
3. d
4. a

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 42

1. correct
2. they had watched
3. When did you realise
4. correct
5. Had she been living
6. correct
7. Mike had been queuing


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 42

1. met
2. forgotten
3. was watching
4. been walking
5. rang
6. had
7. was doing
8. started


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 43

1. turned
2. had disappeared
3. (had) finished
4. thought
5. noticed
6. hadn't seen
7. opened
8. had ever seen
9. was wondering


WRITTING 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 43

1. e
2. b
3. d
4. a
5. c

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UPPER INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 5


Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la Unit 5: THINGS THAT MATTER din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa a IX-a intitulat GOING FOR GOLD - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - COURSEBOOK, Editura Longman, Autori Richard Acklam si Araminta Crace, Editia 2011

GOING FOR GOLD - Coursebook 
Unit 5: THINGS THAT MATTER

LISTENING 1

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 44

1.
Archimedes developed the principle of floating; Marie Curie jointly (with her husband Pierre) discovered radioactivity and isolated radium; Isaac Newton developed the theory of gravity; Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa and invented various machines.

2.
A. Leonardo da Vinci (The picture shows his drawing for a machine similar to the modern helicopter.)
B. Isaac Newton (He invented the cap-flap.)
C. Archimedes (He is reputed to have discovered the principle of flotation in his bath. Eureka! means I have found it!)
D. Marie Curie (Her discoveries were made in an old shed behind her house which she used as a laboratory.)


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 44

Archimedes, Leonardo da Vinci and Marie Curie


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 44

1. the world
2. floating
3. the bath
4. technology
5. notebooks
6. draw
7. money
8. helicopters and parachutes
9. shed
10. two
11. radiation


VOCABULARY 1

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 45

1. science - noun; scientific - adjectiv; scientist - noun
2. invent - verb; inventor - noun; invention - noun 
3. design - noun/ verb; designer - noun 
4. revolution - noun; revolutionary - adjective/ noun; revolutionise - verb
5. art - noun; artist - noun; artistic - adjective
6. employ - verb; employer - noun; employment - noun 
7. discover - verb; discovery - noun

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 45

1. discover
2. scientific
3. designer
4. artistic
5. employment
6. revolutionary
7. inventor
8. discovery

GRAMMAR 1

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 45

One thing before another: before, previously, earlier 
One thing after another: after, afterwards, later, following
At the same time: while, when, during, at this time, as
Connecting times: since, by the time, in the meantime

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 46

1. later
2. while
3. At this time
4. As
5. after
6. while

READING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 46

A. mobile phone
B. safety razor
C. vacuum cleaner
D. TiVo machine
E. espresso coffee machine

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 46

1902 - vacuum cleaner
1903 - safety razor
1933 - espresso coffee machine
1979 - mobile phone
2000 - TiVo machine

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 47

1. E
2. B
3. A
4. B
5. C
6. B
7. C
8. D
9. E

VOCABULARY 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 48

A. aluminium
B. cotton
C. wood
D. leather
E. wool
F. gold
G. steel
H. silk
I. plastic
J. cardboard

GRAMMAR 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 48

1. Yes. She could make...
2. No replacement possible
3. No replacement possible
4. No replacement possible

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 49

1. could is not possible
3. could is not possible
4. can is not possible
6. could is not possible

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 49

1. 'll
2. to
3. could
4. because
5. if
6. have
7. can
8. could
9. able 

USE OF ENGLISH

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 50

1. Yes, they are pleased.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 50

1. noun (positive)
2. adjective (positive)
3. noun (positive)
4. noun (positive)
5. adjective (negative)
6. noun (positive)
7. noun (negative)
8. adverb (positive)
9. adjective (positive)
10. noun (positive)
11. verb (positive)

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 50

decisive - adjective
decision - noun
comfort - noun
comfortable - adjective
conveniences - noun
inconveniences - noun
life - noun
live - verb or adjective
bigger - adjective (comparative)
biggest - adjective (superlative)
writing - noun or verb
write - verb
time - noun or verb
timing - noun or verb
fortunately - adverb
unfortunately - adverb
positive - adjective
positively - adverb
experience - noun
experienced - adjective or verb
talkative - adjective
talking - verb

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 50

1. decision 
2. comfortable 
3. conveniences 
4. life
5. biggest
6. writing
7. time
8. fortunately 
9. positive
10. experience 
11. talking

LISTENING 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 50

1. d
2. c
3. e
4. a

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 50

1. The speaker was knocked over by a wave.
2. She felt safe after his mother picked him up.
3. She was exciting by her last birthday present.
4. She uses her mobile phone mainly for texting her friends.
5. On Santorini you can take trips to see the old volcano.
6. The present from his gran was for good luck.
7. He started keeping a diary soon after he got the present.

SPEAKING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 51

Sonia: mobile phone and watch
Paul: mobile phone and photo album
They don't decide between computer and TV. 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 51

Sonia is the most interactive. (She solicits Paul's opinion several times with questions such as What do you think? and How about you?)

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 51

1. you think
2. How
3. about the
4. the most


WRITING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 51

1. An interesting title
2. A range of interesting vocabulary
3. An appropriate informal style
4. Personal opinions and examples

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 51

It has all the features listed in Exercise 1 above. The problem of organisation is the lack of paragraphing.


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 51

Paragraph 1: It's difficult for me to remember what life was like...

Paragraph 2: Then, on the morning of my 17th birthday, ...
Paragraph 3: I know some people find them annoying but I think ...
The fisrt paragraph introduces the subject of the article. It also establishes how much the winter wanted a mobile phone.
The second paragraph describes the occasion when the winter received the mobile phone and what he or she can do with it.
The final paragraph summarises the writer's feeling about mobile phones.

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UPPER INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 6



Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la Unit 6: MY HERO! din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa a IX-a intitulat GOING FOR GOLD - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - COURSEBOOK, Editura Longman, Autori Richard Acklam si Araminta Crace, Editia 2011

GOING FOR GOLD - Coursebook 
Unit 6: MY HERO!

READING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 52

1. Batman, Superman, Spider-Man, Buffy the Vampire Slayer
2 and 3. Batman dedicated himself to fighting crime after his parents were killed by criminals. His enemies include criminals such as the Joker and the Penguin. Superman was sent as a baby to Earth from his home planet of Kripton by his parents when Krypton was about to explode. He uses his powers to fight crime. His enemies include Lex Luther. Spider-Man is an ordinary teenage boy who acquired his superpowers when he was bitten by a spider. He decided to use his powers to fight criminals when his uncle was murdered. Buffy the Vampire Slayer is the one girl from her generation destined to defend the world from vampires and demons using her superpowers.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 52

c


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 53

1. c
2. d
3. b
4. a


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 53

1. D
2. A
3. D
4. B
5. C
6. D
7. A
8. C

GRAMMAR 1


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 54

Countable nouns: people, hero, pen, flower, teeth
Uncountable nouns: money, information, luggage, news, weather, furniture, advice


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 54

1. a pen
2. advice
3. furniture
4. a hero
5. luggage
6. information

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 54

1. D
2. C
3. A
4. E
5. B


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
Watch out/ page 54

1. b
2. a
3. a
4. b


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 54

1. correct
2. a
3. correct
4. another
5. of
6. correct
7. much
8.few
9. correct
10. some
11. correct

VOCABULARY 1


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 55

1. I've just had a very good bit of news.
5. There are only two pieces of advice I want to give you.
7. Please tidy your room and throw all these bits of rubbish away.


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
Watch out / page 55

1. is correct
2. is incorrect

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 55

1. 
1 -A  , 2 - H ,  3 - E ,  4 -B ,  5 - G , 6 - F , 7 - D ,  8 - C

2. 
(Possible answers)
a flash of inspiration
a lump of cheese/ clay
a shower of petals/ snow
a slice of pie/ cheese/ bread/ meet/ apple/ life
a tube of glue/ paint
a bar of chocolate/ gold
a sheet of metal/ polythene/ plastic/ cardboard 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 55

1.
1. a slice of cake
2. a lump of coal
3. a tube of toothpaste
4. a shower of rain

USE OF ENGLISH

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 56

the police

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 56

1. C
2. A
3. B
4. C
5. B
6. A
7. A
8. B
9. C
10. B
11. A
12. C
13. A
14. C
15. C

LISTENING 1

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 57

Extract 1 e
Extract 2 c
Extract 3 a
Extract 4 d
Extract 5 b

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 57

1 C
2 B
3 C
4 A
5 C

GRAMMAR 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 57

A. correct
B. correct
C. Incorrect. In reported questions, the auxiliary do is generally not used.
D. correct

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
Watch Out / page 57

1. correct
2. not correct
3. not correct
4. correct 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 58

1. admit d)
2. explain b)
3. suggest f)
4. remind a)
5. warn e)
6. deny c)

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 58

1. She explained him that she had a lot of homework to do.
4. We told to her that she was making a terrible mistake.
5. Gary denied of being involved in the robbery.
6. They said us they would be at home all evening./ They tols us they would be at home all evening.
7. The police have warned against people not to drive when they feel tired.


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 58

1. He told me he couldn't be at my house before 8 p.m.
2. He denied telling Magda about her and David.
3. She warned Simon not to go out on his bike when the roads were icy.
4. She explained that she hadn't sent him an invitation because she thought he was on holiday.
5. She reminded William to finish his homework before he went out.
6. She said she wouldn't see him until the following week.
7. She suggested going shopping that afternoon.


LISTENING 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 59

1. 15 years old/ at school/ a child
2. pirates
3. 1978
4. brains
5. challenge
6. athlete
7. Atlantic
8. horse
9. six month
10. straw
11. optimistic


VOCABULARY 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 60

1. j
2. e
3. g
4. a
5. h
6. c
7. i
8. d
9. b
10. f

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 60

1. breathing
2. fainted
3. wheelchair
4. stiches
5. injections
6. bruise

SPEAKING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 60

1. The first speaker gives a lot of information, but the second speaker doesn't say much in response to the questions she is asked. 

WRITING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 61

1. Yes
2. Yes
3. No, not completely. It doesn't make any recommendations.
4. Neutral/ formal.
5. Yes

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UPPER INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 7

Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la Unit 7: MOVING ON din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa a IX-a intitulat GOING FOR GOLD - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - COURSEBOOK, Editura Longman, Autori Richard Acklam si Araminta Crace, Editia 2011

GOING FOR GOLD - Coursebook 
Unit 7: MOVING ON

READING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 64

Pictures mentioned: A and B


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 65


1. adolescence (between childhood and adulthood)
2. because they have strict rules in their culture and people respect the rules
3. the ritual is repeated
4. as part of the ritual to become accepted into the student's club
5. 18th and 21st


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 65

1. E
2. C
3. D
4. A
5. B

GRAMMAR 1

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 66

1.  1 a  2 b  3 b
2. A infinitive  B gerund, noun phrase
3. 1 b  2 a

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 66

Five hundred years ago in Germany, university students used to endure unpleasant rituals in ored to be accepted into the student's club.
Older students used to beat him, cut off his horns and pull out his teeth.
They have to say goodbye to many of the things they are used to doing as children.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 66

1. Katie used to get the bus to school.
2. She didn't use to walk to school.
3. She used to eat meat.
4. She didn't use to eat a lot of vegetables.
5. She used to watch television every evening.
6. She didn't use to play tennis every evening.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 66

1. Andy is used to working by himself.
2. He isn't used to working in a very noisy room.
3. He is used to travelling a long way to work.
4. He isn't used to working for twelve hours every day.
5. He is used to working during the night.
6. He isn't used to only having two weeks' holiday a year.


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 66

1. used to live 

2. am not used to
3. am not used to getting up
4. didn't use to travel
5. used to walk
6. used to live
7. used to live
8. used to know
9. am not used to

VOCABULARY 1

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 67

1. h
2. f
3. c
4. g
5. d
6. a
7. e
8. b

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 67


1. moved house 
2. split up
3. ran away
4. set off 
5. left home
6. slip out 
7. dropped out
8. move on

LISTENING 1

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 68

1. c
2. b
3. a
4. d

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 68

1. go
2. no
3. burn
4. long
5. try
6. lose

SPEAKING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 69

Picture A: kiss, hug, see someone off 
Picture B: hug, cry, see someone off 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 69

1. c
2. d
3. a
4. b


LISTENING 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 69

1.a) ballot paper = a piece of paper that you use to vote
    lottery ticket: lottery = a competition in which people win money if they choose the same numbers as the organisers choose. lottery ticket = a piece of paper that has the numbers you have chosen to play in the lottery
b) driving licence = an official document that gives someone permission to drive
parking ticket = a piece of paper demanding money, which is put on a car that is parked illegally
c) tattoo = a picture or design that is put permanently onto someone's skin using a needle and ink
tattooist = the person who does tattoos for other people
d) wedding = a ceremony (usually with a meal and a party) when a man and woman get married
marriage = the state of being married
e) full-time job = a job in which you usually work from Monday to Friday all day
part-time job = a job in which you usually work fewer hours than a full-time job, for example two days a week, or Saturdays only

2.
a) to vote, to gamble
b) to pass your driving test, to park illegally
c) a needle
d) to get engaged
e) a salary (there are other possibilities)

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 70

Extract 2 = lottery
Extract 3 = part-time job
Extract 4 = wedding
Extract 5 = driving licence
Extract 6 = ballot paper

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 70

1. C
2. B
3. A
4. B
5. C
6. A

VOCABULARY 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 70

1. g
2. e
3. d
4. a
5. f
6. c
7. b

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 71

1. My parents got divorced three years ago.
2. His singing is really getting on my nerves.
3. Harry and Tina have split up and then got back together three times!
4. It took Geraldine a long time to get over the disappointment of falling her exams.
5. I'm lucky because I get on with both my parents.
6. They got engaged last month but the wedding isn't until next year.
7. There's a party at school today for new students to get to know each other.


GRAMMAR 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 71

1.1. bigger than
2. the oldest
3. more worried than
4. the happiest
5. more important than
6. the most exciting


2.1. With adjectives of one syllable and two syllables ending in -y
2. With adjectives of two syllables (not ending in -y) and three syllables or more

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 71

1. 
1. isn't
2. is
3. a lot
4. much
5. slightly


2. 
1. the same
2. different
3. a little, a bit, slightly
4. a lot, much, far


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 72

1. I'm not as tired as I was yesterday.
2. I'm a lot more interested in computers than music.
3. My hair is slightly darker than my mother's.
4. My test results were a bit better than last time.
5. I'm far better at maths than English.
6. I am as tall as my father. We are both 1.80 metres.
7. I'm a little older than my best friend.
8. It's much more expensive than I thought it would be.


USE OF ENGLISH

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 72

1. My dog is much smaller than yours.
Your dog is a lot bigger than mine.
2. What are your plans for the summer holiday?
What are you planning to do in the summer holidays?/ What are you going to do in the summer holidays?
3. "Let's go to a park," said Tim.
Tim suggested going to a park./ Tim suggested we go to a park.
4. My sister is more intelligent than me.
I'm not as intelligent as my sister.
5. I wasn't able to finish my essay.
I didn't manage to finish my essay.
6. He entered three races and won them all.
He took part in three races and won them all.
7. "I didn't take your money," she told him.
She denied taking his money.
8. I find it strange buying things online.
I'm not used to buying things online.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 72

1.
1. making comparisons
2. verb tenses
3. gerunds and infinitives
4. making comparisons
5. gerunds and infinitives
6. phrasal verbs
7. reported speech
8. gerunds and infinitives

2.
conditionals, passives, modal verbs

WRITING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 73

At the beginning, the letter should have Dear...
At the end, the letter should have All the best, or Love from, etc.
The letter should be divided into paragraphs.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 73

Include: A, B, D, E
Not include: C and F


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 73

Letter opening: Dear...
Paragraph 1: Introduction - why you are writing the letter
Paragraph 2: The kind of party: giving your ideas for the kind of party and saying which you think is the best; asking your friend for his/ her suggestions about the kind of party
Paragraph 3: The present: giving your ideas for the present and saying which you think is the best; asking your friend for suggestions about the present
Letter closing: All the best, Love from, Best wishes,...

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UPPER INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 8

Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la Unit 8: LAND OF THE PHARAOHS din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa a IX-a intitulat GOING FOR GOLD - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - COURSEBOOK, Editura Longman, Autori Richard Acklam si Araminta Crace, Editia 2011

GOING FOR GOLD - Coursebook 
Unit 8: LAND OF THE PHARAOHS

READING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 74


1. e
2. h
3. f
4. c
5. b
6. d
7. g
8. a

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 74

1. Perhaps the most famous pyramids are in Egypt. Others can be found in several places around the world, including Sudan and Central America.
2. The Egyptian and Sudanese pyramids were built as tombs for rulers. The Central American pyramids were temples or places of sacrifice.


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 75

1. H
2. A
3. G
4. B
5. E
6. D

7. C
8. F


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 6 / page 75

1. Giza is where the most famous Egyptian pyramids are.
2. The sun's rays are what the sides of pyramids were built to represent.
3. An old Arab proverb reminds us how old the pyramids are.
4. 2,300,000 is the number of blocks of limestone the Great Pyramid is made out of.
5. The passages insite the pyramids were sealed to stop robbers.
6. Every pyramid had been robbed by 1000 BC.
7. The shape of modern skyscrapers often reflects the shape of the pyramids.

GRAMMAR 1

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 76

1. O pyramids have fascinated O people for O thousands of years.
2. The most famous of them are the three at O Giza. 
3. Each pyramid is a tomb, built by a pharaon.
4. Later the sun became O more important than the stars in the Egyptian religion.
5. They have stood by the River Nile for more than 4,500 years.
6. Four and a half thousand years later a different kind of pyramid is appearing.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 76


1. 0
2. a
3. a
4. a
5. the
6. The
7. 0
8. 0
9. the
10. the 
11. The
12. a
13. a


VOCABULARY 1

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 77


1. a
2. c
3. b
4. a
5. b
6. c


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 77


1. Tall means "having greater than average height". 
Tall is often used to refer to people, buildings, etc.
High means "when there is a long distance between the bottom and the top." 
High is used when talking about prices, temperatures, etc.
2. Low means "not high, or not far above the ground." It also means "small, or smaller than the usual amount or value."
Short means "not long in distance, time or length."
3. Narrow means "measuring only a short distance from one side to the other". It often refers to roads, rivers, etc.
Thin means "there is very little between the opposite suurfaces". It can refer to clothes, the body, etc.
The opposite of wide is narrow.
4. No, deep and shallow can also refer to feelings, thoughts and beliefs.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex  3 / page 77

1. wide
2. thin
3. tall
4. high
5. short
6. narrow
7. low

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 78

1. noun 
2. noun
3. verb
4. noun
5. verb
6. verb


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 78

1. length
2. height
3. lowered
4. depth
5. widen
6. shorten

LISTENING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 78

1. They died sudden and early deaths
2. Two

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 78

1. Nobody had been inside Tutankhamun's tomb for 3,000 years. 
2. Carnarvon died before his son reached the hotel.
3. Arthur Mace died very suddenly.
4. Within ten years nearly all the members of the original expedition had died.
5. The Chief Technical Officer's leg was seriously hurt in a car accident.
6. The Engineer had a number of heart attacks before he died.
7. One explanation Philip Vandenberg gives for the Curse involves visitor from outer space.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 78

1. true
2. false
3. true
4. true
5. false
6. true
7. false

GRAMMAR 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 79

1. The Red Sea, where you can swim in clear crystal water ... (non-defining)
2. This is also the place where you can explore ... (defining)
3. "Red Sea Drivers", which was established in 1984 ...(non-defining)
4. There are also options for advanced divers who want to take ...(defining)

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 79

1. That's the club where I first met Jack
4. Where are the earrings which I lent you last night?
5. York, where I lived as a child, is a lovely city.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 79

1.
1. where
2. which
3. who
4. whose

2.
1. where
2. when
3. whose
4. which
5. who 


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
Watch Out / page 79

Sentence 3 does not use that correctly because that is not used in non-defining relative clauses.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 80

1. false The singer whose guitar is next to him has short black hair.
2. true
3. false Both screens are working.
4. true
5. false The young woman who is doing a handstand is at the front of the stage.


SPEAKING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 80

They talk about travel and the future.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 80

1. Well, that's quite difficult to answer.
2. I'm not really sure, but my parents ...
3. Hmmm, it's not very easy to say...


USE OF ENGLISH

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 80

a). 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 80

2. adjective - imaginative
3. adjective - technological
4. noun - ability
5. adjective - unbelievable
6. adjective - powerful
7. noun - leader
8. noun - honour
9. noun - arrival
10. adjective - hopeless
11. noun - discovery

 READING 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 81

1. Picture D
2. Picture A
3. Picture C
4. Picture B

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 82

1. the Camel
2. the Horse, the Dog and the Ox
3. the Man
4. the Djinn
5. the Djinn
6. the Camel
 7. the Camel

VOCABULARY 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 82

1. to get away with
2. to catch up with
3. to work out
4. to get down to
5. to make up
6. to make out
7. to carry on
8. to put up with

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 83

1. d
2. f
3. b
4. a
5. c
6. h
7. e
8. g


WRITING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 83

1. Nevertheless is not a linker of consequence. So is less formal than as a result, consequently and therefore.

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UPPER INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 9

Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la Unit 9: TALK TO ME din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa a IX-a intitulat GOING FOR GOLD - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - COURSEBOOK, Editura Longman, Autori Richard Acklam si Araminta Crace, Editia 2011

GOING FOR GOLD - Coursebook 
Unit 9: TALK TO ME

LISTENING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 84

b

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 84

Possible answers:

1. 1954
2. parents/ grandparents
3. her age
4. books/ reading/ dancing
5. sport competitions/ singing competitions
6. shop/ school/ TV company
7. talk show host
8. 1980
9. adjective
10. adjective


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 84

1. 1954
2. her grandmother
3. three
4. reading
5. beauty contests
6. local radio station
7. TV newspaper
8. 1984
9. ordinary
10. personal/ successful

GRAMMAR 1


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 85

1. you should, you ought to, it's a good idea
2. you really must
3. you certainly shouldn't
4. infinitive without to
5. infinitive with to


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 85

1. You should go to the doctor as soon as possible.
2. You really must tell your teacher about your homework.
3. correct
4. You certainly shouldn't arrive late.
5. You ought to phone him today.
6. correct
7. You really must have breakfast before you come to school.
8. It's important to should practise before a concert.


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 85

1. 
1. should've
2. shouldn't have
3. shouldn't have


2. 
1. He should've prepared his answers properly.
2. He should've dressed very smartly.

3. He shouldn't have arrived late.
4. He should've asked some questions.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 85

1. You should have phoned Beata because she was very upset.
2. It's a good idea to go to bed early before an exam.
3. You should not have spent so much money at the weekend.
4. You really must go to the dentist immediately.
5. We should have checked the time of the film because we were late.
6. You ought to ask the teacher if you don't understand.
7. My brother should not have told me about my surprise party.
8.You should not speak too quietly in an interview.

VOCABULARY 1


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 86


1. h
2. c
3. b
4. e
5. d
6. a
7. g
8. f

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 86


1. I don't want to ask Ricky to help me because he talks down to me.
2. Last week I had a really sore throat and I lost my voice.
3. I tried to speak Spanish on holiday but I couldn't catch what anyone said to me.
4. I'll try to speak up so people at the back can hear.
5. Emma often upsets people because she always she speaks her mind.
6. It's really boring listening to Daniel. He takes ages to get to the point.
7. I never talk shop when I'm with my friends.
8. Please don't talk about me behind my back. I'd rather you told me directly.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 87

Intrebari posibile:
4. When was the last time you spoke your mind? 
5. When do you find it difficult to watch what people are saying?
6. Does anyone in your family talk down to you?
7. Do people often ask you to speak up?
8. Do you find it annoying when people take a long time to get to the point?

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
Watch Out/ page 87


1. a) is incorrect because we don't use a pronoun after said. It should be: She said that she was ill.
2. b) is incorrect because we use the verb speak (not talk) when we are reffering to languages. It should be: He speaks Japanese very well.

USE OF ENGLISH

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 87

a

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 88

1. main verb
2. subject
3. preposition
4. relative pronoun
5. preposition
6. modal verb
7. part of an infinitive
8. preposition
9. linker of contrast
10. preposition
11. determiner

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 88

2. they
3. at
4. which
5. by
6. could/ would
7. to
8. from
9. but
10. like
11. their


SPEAKING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 88

1.  1. Question 2
2. no


2.  1. In my opinion
2. I think 
3. What about you?
What do you think?

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 89

Extract 1: Question 4
Extract 2: Question 1
Extract 3: Question 2
Extract 4: Question 4
Extract 5: Question 3


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 89

1. both agree
2. Neither of
3. in favour; I thought
4. decided on
5. we reached

READING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 89

1. a jounalist = someone who writes reports for newspapers, magazines, television or radio
an author = someone who writes books
2. a novel = a long, written story usually with characters and events that are not real
a manuscript = a book before it is printed
3. to fail something = to be unsuccessful in doing something
to regret something = to feel sorry about something you've done and wish you hadn't done
4. to become addicted = to be unable to stop doing something
to be disciplined = to be able to control your behaviour and obey rules 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 90

1. 
a) linkers of time = from this moment on, since then, at that time
b) linkers of contrast = but, however
c) linkers of consequence = because of this

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 90

1. F
2. B
3. E
4. A
5. D
6. C 

GRAMMAR 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 91

1. He did a very good course in journalism.
2. He did an absolutely fantastic course in journalism.
3. His first novel was very successful.
4. His first novel was absolutely brilliant.
5. He found writing very difficult at first.
6. He found writing absolutely impossible at first.
7. He is a very big success as a writer now.
8. He is an absolutely huge success as a writer now.
 Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 91

1. absolutely
2. really/ very
3. really
4. really
5. very/ extremely
6. very
7. really
8. very/ extremely
9. absolutely
10. really

VOCABULARY 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 92

1. a) jounal  b) newspaper
2. a) comics b) magazines
3. a) article b) headline
4. a) editorial b) review

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 92

1. talk show
2. game show
3. sitcom
4. documentary
5. drama series
6. soap opera


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 92

Intrebari posibile:

1. soap opera
2. talk show
3. documentary
4. drama series
5. game show
6. sitcom


WRITING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 93

Other students will read the article so the language should be fairly informal. 

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 93

1.1. An interesting title
2. A good range of vocabulary
3. An appropriate informal style
4. Separate paragraphs, each with a different subject
5. Personal opinion and examples

2. 
All points in the list above have been achived


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 93

1.
Topic of paragraph 2: the large number of television programmes available to watch

Topic sentence is: There are so many programmes to choose from.
Topic of paragraph 3: what can be done to reduce the amount of television people watch
Topic sentence is: Can anything be done about this "addiction" to television?

2.
Because it is longer than one sentence, it is interesting and grabs the reader's attention and makes them want to read on.


3.


Raspuns posibil:


It is easy to understand why most people watch too much television. It is easy, however, to limit what you watch and not sit in front of television all the time.I'm happy not to be a "square eyes" any more! What about you?

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UPPER INTERMEDIATE - UNIT 10


Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la Unit 10: MORE, MORE, MORE din manualul de limba engleza pentru clasa a IX-a intitulat GOING FOR GOLD - UPPER INTERMEDIATE - COURSEBOOK, Editura Longman, Autori Richard Acklam si Araminta Crace, Editia 2011

GOING FOR GOLD - Coursebook 
Unit 10: MORE, MORE, MORE

READING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 96

She was chosen to be the lead singer of a new pop group.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 97

2. How do people who are addicted to shopping feel about the things they buy?
3. What is the most important thing about shopping for 'Ms T'?
4. Why did the pop group Scam go to the shopaholics chat room?
5. What does it in line 29 refer to?
6. Why were Scam pleased to find 'Ms T'?
7. Why haven't the group met 'Ms T'?

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 97

1. A
2. B
3. D
4. B
5. C
6. C
7. D

VOCABULARY 1


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 98

1. 

2. to earn
3. to put some money in
4. saving up
5. to take some money out
6. spent
7. being in debt

2. 

2. can't afford
3. get a discount
4. keep the receipt
5. get a refund

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 98

In no particular order, here are just a few possibilities:
bankrupt, rolling in it, down on your luck, up to my ears in debt, can't make ends meet, loaded, broke, hard-up, well-off, in the red, as rich as Rockerfeller, to be a regular J P Getty, solvent, on the dole, working for peanuts, to have more money than sense, a millionaire, to pay through the nose for something, to have money to burn, as poor as a church mouse, penniless, stinking rich, to spend money like water, to be strapped for cash, skint, to cost an arm and a leg, to cost a bomb, going for a song, to cost a tidy sum, to cost a pretty penny


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 98

1. I can't come to the cinema tonight because I can't afford it.
2. correct
3. I'm sorry, you can't have your money back if you haven't got the receipt.
4. We don't accept credit cards.You have to pay in cash.
5. I never borrow money because I hate being in debt.
6. How much money are you putting in the bank today?
7. correct
8. I'm saving up to buy a new computer.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 98

1. saving
2. spent
3. receipt
4. discount
5. refund

GRAMMAR 1


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 99

1. B
2. C
3. A
4. E
5. D

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2  / page 99

1. mustn't
2. don't have to
3. don't have to
4. mustn't
5. mustn't
6. doesn't have to

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 99

1. B
2. A
3. C

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
Watch Out/ page 99

1. We had to save up for about two months.
2. We had to save up for about two months.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 4 / page 99

2. had to
3. didn't have to
4. weren't allowed to
5. didn't have to
6. had to
7. weren't allowed to


Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 5 / page 99

2. I had to get up before 7.30 a.m.
3. I wasn't allowed to buy sweets.
4. I have to use a computer every day.
5. I mustn't bring my own lunch. / I'm not allowed to bring my own lunch.
6. I don't have to do any homework.

USE OF ENGLISH

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 100

2. Both pictures show situations in which things are being sold and there is no fixed price. When people haggle, they come to an agreement over the price. In an auction, the item is sold to the highest bidder.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 100

Sentence b

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 100

2. C
3. B
4. A
5. B
6. D
7. C
8. A
9. C
10. B
11. C
12. A
13. C
14. B
15. D

LISTENING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 101

1. 

Extract 2: Feng Shui says you should get rid of things you don't need.
Extract 3: Some things will help you get more money and be healthier.
Extract 4: Where you should and shouldn't put mirrors.
Extract 5: How Feng Shui can help with your studies.

2. 

Extract 1: F
Extract 2: A
Extract 3: D
Extract 4: C
Extract 5: B

GRAMMAR 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 102

1. 

1. a
2. b

2. 

1. too expensive
2. very expensive
3. very fast
4. too fast
5. very long
6. too long
7. very tired
8. too tired

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 102

1. Sentence b

2.
4. I've got too many big chairs in here.
7. There is enough space to put the mirror here.

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 102

1. He doesn't speak slowly enough for me to understand.
2. The sea wasn't safe enough for people to swim in.
3. The food was too spicy for me to eat.
4. There were too many people for me to enjoy myself.
5. I was too tired to concentrate properly in the lesson.
6. There wasn't enough time for me to answer all the questions in the exam.

VOCABULARY 2

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 103

Noun + preposition: part of
Verb + preposition: believe in
Adjective + preposition: worried about

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 103


1. on not with
2. in not of
3. correct
4. about not with
5. of not to
6. in not about
7. correct
8. about not of

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 103


2. complain about
3. interested in
4. end of
5. spent, on
6. worried about
7. part of
8. famous for
9. believe in


SPEAKING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 1 / page 104

They don't mention: eating cake or listening to music

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 2 / page 104

1. 
A Giving yourself time to think:
    Well, ...  Let me think, ...  Umm ... what else?
B Reacting to your partner's ideas:
    Do you? Oh, really? But don't you think...? Yes, that's a good point.

2.
1. Well, ...
2. Let me think, ...
3. Do you?
4. But don't you think...?
5. Yes, that's a good point.
6. Umm ... what else?
7. Oh, really?

WRITING

Going for Gold - Coursebook :
ex 3 / page 105

A. Introduction: Sentences 2 and 7
B. Your opinion and reasons: Sentences 1, 4, 6 and 8
C. Conclusion (summary of your opinion): Sentences 3 and 5

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