Your homework Check Unit 4 CB chapter 9 (B,C,D,E)
Unit 4 Exercise 1. 1.is taking 2.broke – happened – was painting 3.wants 4.do not know 5.is trying 6.Did you see – was wearing 7.lost 8.sank 9.Are (you) watching – am watching – want 10.did she want – called
Unit 4 Exercise 3. 1.will be – am going / will go 2.will be flying 3.will take / is going to take 4.are getting – will be wearing / will wear 5.will be carrying 6.am having – will come / is coming
Unit 4 Exercise 4. 1.will probably go 2.leaves 3.will you be wearing 4.am going 5.will meet / am going to meet 6.is going to rain 7.are having / will have 8.will be flying / are flying / will fly 9.will drive 10.starts 11.will open
Unit 4 - Exercise 5. 1.The festival will start on August 10. / The festival starts on August 10. 2.Are you coming to the concert tomorrow as well? / Will you go to / be at the concert tomorrow as well? 3.Primark is going to open ten new stores / branches next year. 4.I will e-mail you as soon as I know something more. 5.I think I’ll be back by / on Monday.
Unit 4 - Exercise 5. 6.Robin Thicke is performing around this time tomorrow. 7.Where will you put the speakers? 8.The tickets for Pinkpop will be sold out quickly. 9.I will go to Lowlands next year. / I am going to Lowlands next year. 10.The bus leaves at quarter to nine tomorrow.
Unit 4 Exercise 6. 1.A 2.B 3.A 4.B 5.B 6.A Exercise 7. 1. but11. Although 2. so12. Although 3. despite13. despite 4. because14. so 5. so15. but 6. but16. and 7. or17. Although 8. so18. because 9. although19. Although 10. Although20. Despite
Unit 4 Exercise 8. 1.At least 2.However 3.Firstly 4.Though 5.On the other hand 6.Then 7.whereas 8.Actually 9.Moreover 10.Besides Exercise 9. 1.where 2.Were 3.were 4.we’re 5.where 6.we’re 7.were 8.where 9.we’re 10.were
Unit 4 Exercise 11. 1.figure out 2.feel guilty 3.is dying to 4.can’t stand 5.got cold feet 6.went blank 7.getting over 8.be kidding 9.deep down 10.is having second thoughts
Core Business ch 9 B 1.will / shall l /are sending 2.received 3.sold 4.will buy 5.will have / are having / have 6.will depart / is departing / departs 7.will remit / shall remit 8.will go / shall go / am going 9.pay; will get 10.will increase / shall increase
Core Business ch 9 C 1.I am going to buy an apartment. 2.I am having / will have / shall have / have a meeting this afternoon. This afternoon I am having / will have / shall have / have a meeting. 3.My plane will depart / is departing / departs at eight (o’clock). 4.I will e-mail / I shall e-mail / I am e-mailing the report tomorrow. 5.I will / shall be in Amsterdam tomorrow. Tomorrow I will / shall be in Amsterdam. 6.What are you going to do? 7.Shall I make a copy (for you)?
Core Business ch 9 D 1.My train leaves / will leave in five minutes. In plaats van 'leave' ook 'depart'. 2.Shall I send a confirmation? 3.Our representative will visit / is visiting you next week. / Next week our representative will visit / is visiting you. 4.We thought (that) the prices would fall / drop. 5.We will go / We shall go / We are going to the fair in Paris tomorrow. / Tomorrow we will go / we shall go / we are going to the fair in Paris
Core Business ch 9 D 6.The plane leaves / departs at half past five. / The plane will leave / will depart at half past five. 7.I will / shall call back / phone back / ring back when I know / have more details. 8.I would not have bought the house. 9.We hope (that) our new product will become / be a success. 10.When shall we leave / depart?
Core Business ch 9 D 11.Tomorrow at three o’clock I will be flying somewhere over Egypt. 12.They promised (that) they would remit the money. / They promised to remit the money. 13.The agent will call / phone / ring up as soon as the shipment / consignment arrives / comes in. 14.He told me (that) he was going to emigrate. 15.I will / shall send you a draft contract. 16.We will / shall sign the contract of sale Wednesday next week.
Core Business ch 9 D 17.The public auction starts / begins on 6 January / January 6. / The public auction will start / begin on 6 January / January 6. 18.What would you have done?
Core Business ch 9 E 1.will 2.goed 3.Shall 4.will / shall / am playing 5.shall 6.goed 7.goed 8.I arrive
Grammar: present perfect Present perfect (= voltooid tegenwoordige tijd) Vorm: have/has + voltooid deelwoord Gebruik: Als iets in het verleden begonnen is en nu nog zo is/belangrijk is. Signaalwoorden: Since, for, ever, never, just, lately, already, not yet… I have known him since I was five years old. Reader exercise 1 (page 29)
Grammar: present perfect Present perfect continuous Vorm: have/has + been + ww + ing Gebruik: als iets in het verleden begonnen is en nu nog aan de gang is. I have been working since six o’clock this morning. -Vaak gebruikt: -bij activiteiten, vooral als erbij staat hoe lang. -Om een klacht of kritiek te uiten. Reader exercise 2 (page 30)exercise 2
Grammar CB Chapter 10 exercise C Exercise 3 p31