Tuesday, 10 December 2013

KEYS - ADVANCED LEVEL 1

KEY TO READING AND LISTENING ON PAGES 30 & 31

a. 1. Little Brother is a robot doll. TM stands for trademark, which means a name or symbol which a company uses fir its products, e.g. Kleenex, Lycra, etc.
    2. Talking like a baby, before he/she can say actual words
    3. He pressed a button which switched Little Brother off.
    4. She bounced him on her knee and told him what a good boy he was.
    5. With the skin of the face in lines/folds, e.g. when you are going to cry
    6. It makes you think that later Peter will change his mind and decide Little Brother was not such a good present.
    7. He took the torn wrapping paper out of the wagon and threw it on the floor; he turned the pages of Peter's book too fast.
    8. Suddenly took and held hard
    9. All answers accepted
    10. Because he saw that Little Brother was on the floor and had been switched off
    11. Because even when he is switched off, he can still see, hear and feel
    12. Because she hadn't noticed his tower and hadn't noticed that he had already picked up the wrapping paper once.
    13. All answers accepted

b. 1. He switched him off
    2. She was very angry with Peter
    3. He threatened to turn Little Brother off and hide him somewhere where his mother can't find him
    4. She switched Peter off!

KEY TO PHRASAL VERBS IN CONTEXT ON PAGE 157

File 2      1. burst   2. turn   3. leave   4. knock    5. put

KEY TO READING ON PAGE 39

b.   1. She had to spend the night in the same forest
      2. They have to choose between having their licence suspended for 90 days or for less time and working for a day as a school crossing guard.
      3. He had to go to a mortuary to view dead bodies
      4. THey had to organize a picnic for primary school children
      5. They had to spend a day of silence in the woods or listen to classical music instead of rock

c.   1. Hard. He was from a poor family, the oldest of nine children. He has been very successful (president of the American Judges Association).
      2. Michelle Murray, the man with the loaded gun, and the noisy neighbours learn from personal experiences. The drivers and the teenage vandals have to do something for other people.
      3. His background. He thinks he understand why some people commit crimes. He thinks they are better than conventional punishments because people don't reoffend, and the evidence that he is right is that only two people have

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