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c - Pearson
SŁOWNICTWO
Communication
1
Animal Communication
Complete the forms of communication with the
words in the box.
MODULE 1 • Communica ion
blog conversation language language
messages messaging network phone
phone service
language
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
body
face to face
mobile
instant
sign
postal
computer
SMS
smart
micro-
2
Find the odd one out.
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2
3
5
landline mobile phone cellphone telegraph
blog sign language email instant messaging
texting
SMS messages
body language
mobile phone
netbook
face to face conversation
body language
sign language
netbook smart phone tablet intranet
3
Complete the questionnaire.
4
How do you communicate
when you want to …
give someone bad news?
contact a friend quickly?
give news to all your friends at
the same time?
say thank you for a present?
ask your friend to lend you
some money?
4
Choose the correct words.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Animals give signals / noise to communicate danger.
The dog barked to give the police a warning / wave.
What does a frog’s call mean / tell?
Loud sounds / noise in towns is interfering with birdsong.
Bats can say / receive sounds that people can’t.
What is the dog trying to say / tell us?
Animals can identify / communicate each other by smell.
Why is your dog wagging its trunk / tail?
Social Networking
5
Match the words (1–6) with the definitions (a–f).
1
social network
2
security settings
3
post things
4
friend request
5
most visited site
6
average user
a)
to put information / images on the Internet
b)
asking someone to become part of your
c
online network
c)
a website where you connect with other people
d)
the most popular place on the Internet
e)
a typical person who goes to a particular website
f)
how you organise your computer to stay safe online
tell your parents you are going to be home late?
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GRAMATYKA
3
Present tenses review
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
2
Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in
brackets. Use the Present Simple or Present Continuous.
A
(What / job?)
1 What’s your job?
B
A
I’m a zoologist.
(How long / be / interested in animals?)
2
Since I was a child.
(What / work on / at the moment?)
3
I’m doing research into birdsong.
(What do / every day?)
4
I record birds in the wild and I analyse their
songs.
(birdsong / change nowadays?)
5
Yes, it is. It’s getting louder.
(Why / that happen?)
6
People are getting (get) more and more interested in animal
communication.
Listen! The birds
(sing).
I
(do) a project on animal communication at the
moment.
Dolphins
(communicate) by sending sound waves
through water.
Scientists
(understand) a lot about animal
communication.
Our dog always
(bark) when there is someone at the
door.
B
Choose the correct words to complete the text, a), b), c) or d).
A
The Dr Dolittle Project
Dr Dolittle is a character in a children’s book. He 1
animals and he can talk to them. Now scientists from
different universities are 2
on the Dr Dolittle Project to try
to understand animal communication.
‘3
centuries, people have 4
to teach animals to
communicate like humans,’ said Michael Darre from the
University of Connecticut. ‘And now we 5
“Why don’t
we learn the animals’ language?”’
In the last three years, scientists on the project 6
sounds
from elephants, rhinos, horses, chickens and dolphins.
They also 7
the animals’ behaviour and put the data into
a computer. African elephants at a theme park in Florida
wear microphones to record their calls. 8
night, the
scientists take off the microphones and then analyse the
information.
1 a) understand b) understanding c) has understood d) understands
2 a) working
b) worked
c) work
d) works
3 a) Since
b) Now
c) For
d) Often
4 a) try
b) tried
c) trying
d) tries
5 a) says
b) said
c) are saying
d) have said
6 a) record
b) record
c) are
recording
d) have
recorded
7 a) film
b) are filming
c) films
d) filming
8 a) Since
b) Every
c) Last
d) For
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Complete the questions in an interview with
a scientist. Use the words in brackets.
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
Because there’s a lot of noise in towns and
cities now. The birds have a lot of competition.
(How many people / usually / work with?)
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There are about six people in my team.
(publish / an article / yet?)
8
No, we haven’t. We’ve only just started the
research.
A
B
A
B
4
Complete the email with the correct form of
the verbs in brackets. Use the Present Simple,
Present Continuous or Present Perfect.
Hi Helen,
Sorry I 1 haven't written (not write) for
ages. I 2
(be) very busy.
We 3
(have got) a new pet –
an African Grey Parrot called Jim.
I4
(attach) a picture of
him. He 5
(live) with us for
about six weeks. He 6
(be)
three years old and he’s very intelligent.
We 7
(try) to teach him to
talk at the moment. He 8
(understand) a lot of words and he can say
some things. When the doorbell rings, he
9
(say) ‘Go away! We’re
not in!’ It’s really funny.
He 10
(not say) my name
yet – I think it’s quite difficult to pronounce.
He really 11
(like) playing
with toys. He 12
(play) with
a ball right now.
Aisha
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czytanie
Zadanie: Dobieranie
Exam Challenge 1
POZIOM PODSTAWOWY
Zadanie: Prawda/Fałsz
Exam strategies
Exam strategies
◆ Przeczytaj
◆ Pami∂taj,
˝e słowa lub wyra˝enia, do których dobiera
si∂ informacje, zwykle sà uło˝one w takiej samej
kolejnoÊci jak w nagraniu.
◆ Przyjrzyj si∂ dobieranym informacjom i zastanów si∂,
jak mo˝na wyraziç je innymi słowami. Np. jeÊli jeden
z dobieranych blogów dotyczy jedzenia, to w dialogu
mogà pojawiç si∂ słowa takie jak: restaurants, recipes,
ingredients.
szybko cały tekst. Nast∂pnie przeczytaj zdania,
podkreÊl w nich wa˝ne informacje i znajdê odniesienia
do nich w tekÊcie.
◆ Zwracaj uwag∂ na to, czy zdanie jest oznajmujàce, czy
przeczàce.
1
Przeczytaj poni˝szy tekst. Zdecyduj, które z podanych
zdaƒ sà zgodne z jego treÊcià (T), a które nie (F).
Why tweet?
by Twiggy Smith
When I watch a sports event or an exciting reality show,
I switch off my phone and don’t move or talk to anyone.
Breaks are a time to race to the kitchen to grab a snack
or a drink. So I really don’t understand people who spend
ages sending or reading messages on Twitter. How many
goals or points do they miss as they type out their tweets?
The 2012 Superbowl match, which decides the American
Football champions, set a new record for the number of
tweets sent each second. First of all, while Madonna was
performing a concert during a break half-way through the
match, 10,245 tweets were sent per second. This was a
new record in the USA. However, it didn’t last long. By the
end of the game, 12,233 tweets were sent every second!
That, though, is the record for English language tweets.
When the film Castle in the Sky was shown on Japanese TV
in December 2011, over 25,000 people were sending tweets
every second! This is an animated film from the 1980s. It
has won several awards but I still don’t understand why
so many people wanted to tweet during it. What were they
saying and why couldn’t they wait until it had finished?
I have no idea!
It’s not that I’m against Twitter. I use it and so do my
friends but not all the time. We don’t write about what we
are eating or any of those really boring things that some
people write.
We usually communicate on Twitter when we are trying to
organise events at school, like basketball practice. Twitter
is great but some users seem to think that their opinions
on what’s going on are more important than the event
itself. How would they feel if they were performing on
stage and, instead of watching them, their parents were
staring at their phones sending tweets?
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2
3
4
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6
4
słuchanie
When the writer is watching a sports event on TV, she
stays in front of the television until it has finished
completely.
The writer says that sending tweets during sports
events may mean that people don’t always see
the important action.
Madonna’s half-time show doesn’t hold the record for
the most amount of tweets per second.
The writer is not surprised that a lot of people were
tweeting during Castle in the Sky.
The writer thinks her friends’ messages on Twitter
aren’t boring.
The main idea of the text is that more people should
use Twitter.
Opisy wszystkich zadaƒ
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4.2
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie rozmow∂. Przyporzàdkuj ka˝dej
osobie pisany przez nià typ bloga, wpisujàc litery
(a–e) w kratki (1–4). Jeden rodzaj bloga nie pasuje do
˝adnej osoby.
1
2
3
4
Darren
Cathy
Sara
Jake
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Helping animals
Extreme sports
Politics
Fashion
Music
Zadanie: Test wyboru
Exam strategies
◆ Przed
wysłuchaniem nagrania przeczytaj wszystkie
pytania i opcje odpowiedzi.
◆ Pytania mogà dotyczyç szczegółowych informacji,
kontekstu sytuacyjnego (np. kim sà rozmówcy, gdzie
odbywa si∂ rozmowa), intencji autora wypowiedzi
(jaki jest jego cel) lub głównej myÊli wypowiedzi (jaki
jest jej główny temat).
3
4.3
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie cztery teksty/dialogi.
Z podanych odpowiedzi (a, b i c) wybierz właÊciwà,
zgodnà z treÊcià nagrania.
1 What did William buy?
a
b
c
2 The speakers are
a) at a school disco.
b) at a lunch break.
c) on a school trip.
3 How is Amanda going to talk to her boyfriend this
evening?
a
b
c
4 Rachel
a) gives advice to Jim.
b) complains about Facebook.
c) criticizes Jim’s behaviour.
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funkcje j´zykowe
Zadanie: Dobieranie reakcji do nagranych
wypowiedzi
Zadanie: Dobieranie wyrazów do luk
Exam strategies
Exam strategies
◆ Po
przeczytaniu całego tekstu zdecyduj, jakiej cz∂Êci mowy
brakuje w ka˝dej luce.
◆ Wyszukaj w ramce słowa, które sà tymi samymi cz∂Êciami
mowy. Jaka jest mi∂dzy nimi ró˝nica pod wzgl∂dem
znaczenia?
4
Przeczytaj poni˝szy tekst. SpoÊród podanych w ramce
wyrazów (a–h) wybierz właÊciwe uzupełnienie luk (1–4).
Cztery wyrazy nie pasujà do ˝adnej luki.
a) body
b) learned
c) make
d) pleasant
e) useful
f) take
g) taught
h) sign
What is the fourth most popular ‘foreign’ language for American
college students to study? It is 1
language, the special language
used to communicate with deaf people. Some of these students may
know someone who is deaf or want to 2
care of deaf people, but
this isn’t the only reason why its popularity has increased in recent
years. Most students are simply interested in the language and want
to find out more about it. Others are told that if they 3
the
language, it would be easier for them to find a job. Susan (18) says,
‘These skills can be valuable in any career where communication is
important. I’d like to be a businesswoman one day and I’m sure that
knowing this language will be very 4
for me when I start looking
for a job.’
Zadanie: Test luk sterowanych
Exam strategies
◆ Najpierw
przeczytaj cały tekst, a nast∂pnie przyjrzyj si∂
fragmentom z lukami.
◆ Zanim spojrzysz na opcje odpowiedzi, spróbuj
samodzielnie uzupełniç luki.
5
Przeczytaj poni˝szy dialog. Uzupełnij luki (1–5),
wybierajàc jednà z podanych mo˝liwoÊci (a, b lub c), tak
aby otrzymaç logiczny, spójny i poprawny j∂zykowo tekst.
start
Anna Hi Sam. I’ve just read your blog. It’s great! 1
working on my own blog next week but I’m not sure yet.
I don’t know what to write about.
Sam Just use it to keep 2
touch with friends.
3
Anna If we
have so much homework to do, I would
definitely start one. But I haven’t had time even to watch
a DVD 4
about three weeks!
Sam I know but it doesn’t take long. Remember, you’re
writing for fun! By the way, 5
the photos I uploaded
from my holiday? Check them out and let me know
what you think of them.
1
2
3
4
5
a)
a)
a)
a)
a)
I will
in
don’t
from
do you see
b)
b)
b)
b)
b)
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since
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c)
c)
c)
c)
c)
I’m going to
at
didn’t
for
are you seeing
◆ Zanim
wysłuchasz nagrania, przeczytaj dokładnie zdania.
Zauwa˝, ˝e mogà byç wÊród nich zdania pytajàce.
◆ Spróbuj sobie wyobraziç, na jakie wypowiedzi mo˝na
zareagowaç, u˝ywajàc podanych zdaƒ.
6
4.4
Usłyszysz dwukrotnie pi∂ç wypowiedzi. Przyporzàdkuj
ka˝dej z nich właÊciwà reakcj∂, wpisujàc litery (a–f)
w kratki (1–5). Jedna reakcja nie pasuje do ˝adnej
wypowiedzi.
2
1
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
3
4
5
Great. Where are you going to work?
Since last November.
If you ask me, it’s a waste of time.
Yes, definitely.
Yes, smart phones are cool.
Two or three, I think.
Zadanie: Test wyboru (minidialogi)
Exam strategies
◆ Przeczytaj
uwa˝nie dialog i zastanów si∂, kim mogà byç
rozmówcy (np. rodzic i dziecko, dwoje przyjaciół).
◆ Najpierw spróbuj samodzielnie uło˝yç brakujàcà
wypowiedê. Dzi∂ki temu łatwiej b∂dzie ci odrzuciç
nieprawidłowe opcje odpowiedzi.
◆ Pami∂taj, ˝e wszystkie opcje odpowiedzi sà poprawne
gramatycznie, ale tylko jedna pasuje do danej sytuacji.
7
Przeczytaj poni˝sze minidialogi. Z podanych odpowiedzi
(a, b i c) wybierz właÊciwà wypowiedê jednej z osób.
1 X Do you like this social networking site?
Y
a) Yes, but I prefer Facebook.
b) No, I don’t agree.
c) I think so, too.
2 X
Y If you had Skype, you could phone for free.
a) I got into trouble for using my phone at school.
b) I spend too much money on my mobile.
c) My computer is too slow for video phone calls.
3 X How’s the new blog going?
Y Not very well. I can’t upload any photos to it.
X
a) What about photos?
b) I couldn’t help it.
c) Do you want me to help?
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