Contrast for bachillerato 2 More Practice exercises

April 21, 2018 | Author: Saul Gutierrez Seldas | Category: Traffic Congestion, Traffic, Road Transport, Land Transport, Transport
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Vocabulary 1

Choose the correct answer.

1. Could you … this this … for me on your your way to to work? work? a. dr drop … off

b. br break … down

2. I don’t don’t like walking down this this … at night. night. a. lane

b. roundabout

3. Bob reei!ed reei!ed a … for dri!ing dri!ing without without a seat seat belt. belt. a. poll

b. fine

". #he ity lowered lowered the the … on this road to inreas inreasee road safety safety.. a. tr t raffi $am

b. sp speed limit

%. If you you need to buy buy some some petrol& petrol& … the ne't ne't petrol petrol station. station. a. pik up

b. pull into

(. It’s It’s diffiult diffiult for for smokers smokers to … after so many many years. a. break this habit

b. speed up

). #he head teahe teaherr … the shool rules rules by gi!ing gi!ing out punishmen punishments. ts. a. enfores

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b. runs o!er  

Choose the correct answer to show that you have understood the meaning of the words in bold.

1. *ary slowed down  when she saw the hildren at the orner. a. +he stoppe stopped d dri!in dri!ing. g.  b. +he didn’t dri!e as fast as before. 2. ,rofess ,rofessor or -iggi -iggins ns went went on a worldwide leture tour. a. -e letur letured ed about about many many ountr ountries. ies.  b. -e tra!elled to many ountries. 3. #he perfor performa mane ne was delayed beause the singer hadn’t arri!ed. a. #he perf perform orman anee started started late. late.  b. #he performane started on time. ". ,lea ,lease se use use the the exit on the left side of the room. a. nter the room room through through the left left door. door.  b. /ea!e through the left door. door. %. Cautious dri!ers are rarely in!ol!ed in aidents. a. #hey #hey dri!e dri!e are areful fully ly..  b. #hey dri!e dangerously. dangerously.

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Complete the sentences with the words and phrases below.

fatal  boot  stuck  campaign  zebra crossing   jaywalk  head-on collision   •

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1. It’s diffiult to ross this busy street beause there’s no …………………… . 2. #here’s no room in the …………………… for all the pakages. 3. #om is …………………… in a business meeting and will be late for dinner. ". 0atie was luky to sur!i!e the …………………… with only a broken arm. %. ou risk your life when you …………………… . (. #he shop hired top models for its new ad!ertising …………………… . ). *edial researh is always looking for a way to ure …………………… diseases.



!eplace the words and phrases in bold with the words and phrases below.

resist the urge  prove  distracted  overtake  unaware   •

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1. +te!e almost hit another ar beause he was unable to concentrate  beause of the news. …………………… 2. #he fats show without a doubt  that he is innoent. …………………… 3. +he seemed not to know  that her $oke had insulted some people at the part y. …………………… ". Can you overcome the temptation to eat another piee of ake? …………………… %. ,amela tried to pass the ar in front of her. ……………………

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Choose the correct answer.

1.  4hy are you lea!ing now? B I want to a!oid the 1. dead end 5 rush hour . If I lea!e later& the roads will be paked with 2. motorists 5 pedestrians dri!ing home from work. 2.  I ha!e to turn right at the ne't 3. junction 5 pavement to get to Carol’s house. B tually& you an’t. #hat’s a

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right of way 5 one-way street.

3.  *y son $ust got his dri!ing liene. I don’t know if he’s dri!ing on his own.

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reckless 5 mature  enough to handle

B I understand why you’re worried. oung dri!ers don’t realise how are on the roads.

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inexperienced 5 tough they

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#rammar  1

Complete the sentences with the modals below.

couldn’t  shouldn’t  may  can  must  mustn’t   •

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1. ou …………………… dri!e o!er the speed limit. 2. …………………… I please use the ar today? 3. 4e’re stuk in traffi so we …………………… be late. ". #here’s !ery little petrol in the ar& so you …………………… fill up on the way home. %. 4e …………………… hear the announement beause there was so muh noise. (. ou …………………… worry. -e’s a areful dri!er.

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Complete the dialogues with the correct form of the verbs in brac$ets and the modal perfects below.

needn’t have  could have  should have  must have   •

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1.  6id *att bring his laptop to work today? B I didn’t see it on his desk. -e …………………… 7lea!e8 it at home. 2.  I brought you some flowers for your birthday. B #hank you9 ou …………………… 7make8 suh an effort. 3.  Bob alled and said he had missed the train. B -e …………………… 7get8 to the station earlier. ".  my knows :renh so well. 4hy didn’t you study for the test with her? B I …………………… 7ask8 her for help& but I don’t like her9

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Choose the sentence that is closer in meaning to the original sentence.

1. +he should ha!e gone to sleep early. a. +he went to sleep late.  b. It was a mistake to go to sleep so early. 2. #hey might anel their trip to ,aris. a. #hey aren’t sure if they are going to ,aris.  b. #hey’!e already deided not to go to ,aris. 3. ou needn’t ha!e paid for dinner. a. ou don’t need to pay for dinner.  b. It wasn’t neessary to pay for dinner. ". It must ha!e rained. a. 4e thought it would rain& but it didn’t.  b. #he ground is wet beause of the rain. %. Bill ouldn’t ha!e known about the aident. a. Bill was in an aident.  b. It isn’t possible that Bill knew about the aident.

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!ewrite the sentences using the words in brac$ets.

1. #here’s a possibility that my ousin is going to !isit me ne't +unday. 7might8 .......................................................................................................................................................... 2. 4alking on the grass is not allowed. 7mustn’t8 .......................................................................................................................................................... 3. ;ohn has the ability to be an e'ellent football player& but he doesn’t like the game. 7ould ha!e8 .......................................................................................................................................................... ". It wasn’t nie that you didn’t all me on my birthday. 7ought to8 .......................................................................................................................................................... %. !eryone e'peted the president to arri!e on time& but he was late. 7should ha!e8 .......................................................................................................................................................... (. Claire doesn’t ha!e to return the ar today. 7needn’t8 .......................................................................................................................................................... ). -olly doesn’t know how to dri!e. 7an’t8 ..........................................................................................................................................................

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Complete the passage with a suitable modal or modal perfect and the correct form of the verbs in brac$ets.

:or ten days last ugust& a I’!e been waiting here for days& said one lorry dri!er. >-ow 2. ……………………………… I ……………………………… 7an 5 make8 a li!ing this way? #his 3. ……………………………… 7may 5 be8 an e'treme e'ample&  but it’s not that unusual. ,eople in Bei$ing ". ……………………………… 7ha!e to 5 deal8 with the worst traffi $ams on the planet. 6ri!ers omplain that the go!ernment %. ……………………………… 7should 5 build8 more roads a long time ago. #he go!ernment& howe!er& (. ……………………………… 7not able to 5 keep up8 with the growing number of !ehiles bought e!ery year by newly wealthy [email protected] 4ithout China’s reent eonomi boom& people ). ……………………………… 7might 5 stay8 on their biyles and Bei$ing A. ……………………………… 7ould 5 be8 free of ongestion. +o traffi  $ams& though annoying& are a sign that the Chinese are getting riher.



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