Practise new Vocabulary! Unit 7 Contents 1.

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Contents 1. Change the underlined part:  Part 1 Part 2 2. Multiple choice activity 3.Contents 1. Change the underlined part: Part 1 Part 2 2. Multiple choice activity 3. Find collocations/idioms 4. Match the words with their definitions 5. Give examples using the e-dictionary

Change the underlined part using the new vocabulary.  Part 11) Due to good luck weChange the underlined part using the new vocabulary. Part 11) Due to good luck we managed to avoid an accident. 2) It was the first time when I visited the event where people sold the books. 3) He is good and generous , be more polite with him. 4) The car needs to be repaired. 5) This product is of a bad taste. Never buy it in this shop. 6) That second-hand table was very cheap.

Part 2 1) She let a cup fall because of her carelessness. 2) Don’t switch offPart 2 1) She let a cup fall because of her carelessness. 2) Don’t switch off this melody, I enjoy its sound. 3) This is the best thing I’ve ever seen ! 4) The table was ready for breakfast. 5) Give this information to others. Everyone should know it. 6) It’s important to behave well when you socialise with other people.

Fill in the gaps. Choose the right option. 1) Life is unpredictable. Nobody knows one’s ____.Fill in the gaps. Choose the right option. 1) Life is unpredictable. Nobody knows one’s ____. a) fortune b) sight c) fair d) thread 2) A country ____is a big market where animals, dairy products, vegetables and fruit are sold. a) shop b) bargain c) fair d) sight 3) Fortunately, his temperature ____. a) mended b) dropped c) set d) spread 4) There’s a paint all over your face. What a ____ you are! a) tune b) fortune c) sight d) drop

5) _____, James didn’t forgive his son. a) fortunately b) Unfortunately c) Luckily d) Unfairly 6)5) _____, James didn’t forgive his son. a) fortunately b) Unfortunately c) Luckily d) Unfairly 6) The radio was ____ to a classical station. a) tuned b) programmed c) set d) dropped 7) It’s very _______of you to spend all your weekends helping the elderly. a) childish b) fair c) fortunate d) noble 8) The novel is ____in France. a) Tuned b) dropped c) spread d) set

Find 1 -2 collocations/idioms to each word. Use the dictionary on http: // www. pearsonlongman. comFind 1 -2 collocations/idioms to each word. Use the dictionary on http: // www. pearsonlongman. com / dictionaries Drop (verb) Sour (adj) Thread (noun) Spread (verb) Set (verb, noun) Mend (verb)

Match the words with the definitions: 1) Mend 2) Tune up 3) A bargain 4) AMatch the words with the definitions: 1) Mend 2) Tune up 3) A bargain 4) A fair 5) Noble 6) Sour a) morally good or generous in a way that is admired b) something you buy cheaply or for less than its usual price c) having a sharp acid taste d) to make small changes to an engine so that it works as well as possible e) to repair something that is broken or not working f) a form of outdoor entertainment, at which there are large machines to ride on and games in which you can win prizes 1 — 2 — 3 — 4 — 5 — 6 —

Use the dictionary on http: // www. pearsonlongman. com / dictionaries and give examples to theseUse the dictionary on http: // www. pearsonlongman. com / dictionaries and give examples to these words: To spread (information/ideas): 1) 2) A sight (act of seeing, things you see): 1) 2) To tune 1)

 Thread (for sewing; ideas) 1) 2) To drop (fall; let sth fall) 1) 2) A Thread (for sewing; ideas) 1) 2) To drop (fall; let sth fall) 1) 2) A bargain 1) 2)

Information box. Part 1 A fair : a book fair, a country fair; 1)market 2) entertainment;Information box. Part 1 A fair : a book fair, a country fair; 1)market 2) entertainment; Fortune – 1)destiny; 2) a large sum of money; Fortunate — unfortunate = lucky- unlucky; (un)fortunately= (un)luckily To mend – to repair

 A bargain – sth cheaper than usual;  a good bargain,  to be a A bargain – sth cheaper than usual; a good bargain, to be a real bargain, to make a bargain, bargain prices Noble – 1)honest, brave and unselfish; 2) belongs to a noble family; Sour – a bad taste 1) having a sharp acid taste like a lemon; 2) milk or other food that is not fresh and has

Information box. Part 2.  Set - 1) to be set = to be situated; 2)(aboutInformation box. Part 2. Set — 1) to be set => to be situated; 2)(about the sun) – when the sun is up; 3)(about the table) – when the table is laid; 4) To set a task, to set sb a problem 5) to set the time, to set a date, to set a clock; 6) to set a good (bad) example = to behave well (badly)

 Thread –a long thin string of cotton, silk used to sew (uncount. and count); Thread –a long thin string of cotton, silk used to sew (uncount. and count); A sight — something you can see; view; A tune – a melody; To tune — to make a musical instrument play at the right pitch; To tune up — to make small changes to an engine so that it works as well as possible;

 To spread – 1) (information) -to become known about or used by more and more To spread – 1) (information) -to become known about or used by more and more people; 2) to affect more area; To spread butter on a piece of toast , to spread information , to spread fingers To drop – 1)to fall; 2) let sth fall; To drop a cup, a tear