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Deadline: 2018-02-06, 05:00 am 32 / 41 points (78%) Exercise: Grammar – Countable and uncountable

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Exercise: Grammar Countable and uncountable nouns Timestamp: 2018-01-21, 06:35 pm

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potato COUNTABLE rice UNCOUNTABLE apple COUNTABLE pasta UNCOUNTABLE milk UNCOUNTABLE carrot COUNTABLE beef UNCOUNTABLE mushroom COUNTABLE

Exercise: Grammar some / any Timestamp: 2018-01-21, 06:41 pm

8 / 8 points (100%)

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We need some oil. We don't have any oil. We have some milk. We don't need any milk. We don't have any tomatoes. We need some tomatoes. There aren't any apples. We need some apples. Do we have any rice? Is there any rice? Are there any oranges? Do we have any oranges? Do you sell soy sauce? Do you have any soy sauce? There isn't any flour. We need some flour.

Exercise: Grammar some / any Timestamp: 2018-01-21, 07:14 pm

0 / 9 points (0%)

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Example: There's some pasta in the cabinet. There isn't any pasta in the cabinet.

I bought some tomatoes in the market. I didn't buy any tomatoes in the market. (any tomatoes in the market). There weren't any snacks at the party. There were some snacks at the party. (some snacks at the party). There's a fly in your soup. There aren't any flies in your soup. (any flies in your soup).

I didn't eat any meat yesterday. I ate some meat yesterday. (some meat yesterday).

You need carrots to cook a Spanish omelette. You don't need any carrots to cook a Spanish omelette. (any carrots to cook a Spanish omelette). We don't have any olive oil. We need to buy some. We have some alive oil. (some olive oil). We don't need to buy any. (any). We ordered some pasta at the Italian restaurant. We didn't order any pasta at the Italian restaurant. (any pasta at the Italian restaurant).

I didn't have any coffee for breakfast this morning.

I had some coffee for breakfast this morning. (some coffee for breakfast this morning).

Exercise: Vocabulary Food Timestamp: 2018-01-21, 07:32 pm

8 / 8 points (100%)

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Let's have a sandwich and chips for lunch. Would you like some apple juice? Chicken tikka masala is an Indian dish. People in Thailand use coconut milk to make curries. You need bread and butter to make a sandwich. Some people like milk in their coffee. Tomatoes are a red fruit. Food usually tastes better with a bit of salt and pepper on it.

Exercise: Vocabulary Food Timestamp: 2018-01-21, 07:45 pm

8 / 8 points (100%)

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31 / 45 points (68%)

Exercise: Grammar a lot of|much|many; too much|too many Timestamp: 2018-01-21, 08:03 pm

12 / 16 points (75%)

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How much (many) people are there in Nigeria? about 175 million How many days are there in August? 31 How much ice cream do Americans eat each year? about 26 gallons per person How much is a gallon of gasoline in Venezuela? about $0.01 How many minutes are there in a year? 525,600 How much of our body is water? about 65% How much (many) stars are there in the Milky Way? between 100 and 400 trillion (between 100 and 400 billion) How many pages are there in your American Jetstream textbook? 120 (160)

Exercise: Grammar a lot of|much|many; too much|too many Timestamp: 2018-01-21, 08:25 pm

5 / 9 points (55%)

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I eat too many (too much) chocolate. I just can't stop!

I studied for the exam, but I don't remember much.

Do you eat too many (any) fruit? We don't have a lot of gas. We need to find a gas station and get any (some).

I don't have much money in my wallet.

There were too many people on the beach. It was so crowded!

There aren't many students in the class.

I don't eat some (any) meat. I'm vegetarian.

Exercise: Reading The history of pizza (1) Timestamp: 2018-01-21, 08:39 pm

5 / 5 points (100%)

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There are many varieties of pizza, but some people believe that the name of this dish originates from the Greek pita (or pektos in Ancient Greek, meaning solid). The Ancient Greeks put oils, herbs, and cheese on top of their bread. Centuries later, the Romans created their own version of early pizza. The main ingredients were wheat flour for the bread, and cheese, honey, and bay leaves as seasoning. However, the Italians took the recipe from the Greeks not the Romans and added tomato as one of the main toppings. A popular legend says that baker Raffaele Esposito made the first modern pizza in Naples in 1889. He cooked three different varieties of pizza in honor of Queen Margherita. One of these pizzas had the colors of the Italian flag: red (tomato), green (basil), and white (mozzarella cheese). Queen Margherita loved it. And that is how Margherita pizza was born. Is this story fact or fiction? We don't really know. But one thing is certain: the modern pizza was first made in Naples. When World War II finished, American soldiers who lived in Italy during the war came back home. They missed this dish and created a demand. As a result, many pizza restaurants opened in the US.

Nowadays, people enjoy pizzas all over the world. They come with many types of toppings, and their crusts can be thin or thick, as with the typical pan pizza or the Chicago-style pizza.

Exercise: Reading The history of pizza (2) Timestamp: 2018-01-21, 08:51 pm

6 / 10 points (60%)

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nowadays now crust herbs and spices that give a lot of flavor to a dish (the bottom and edge of the pizza) hard not true (solid) fiction solid (not true) believe think wheat a type of cereal main most important toppings the main ingredients in a pizza (meats, peppers, olives, etc.) missed wanted to have more of something that wasn't available seasoning the bottom and edge of the pizza (herbs and spices that give a lot of flavor to a dish)

Exercise: Vocabulary Food and drink Timestamp: 2018-01-21, 09:04 pm

3 / 5 points (60%)

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SNACK (CHIPS)

HAMBURGER

COOKIES

CHOCOLATE

SAKE (CAKE)

SNACK (CHIPS) HAMBURGER COOKIES CHOCOLATE SAKE (CAKE) Detailed results See exactly what you have done right

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Exercise: Dialogue Ordering food in a restaurant Timestamp: 2018-01-25, 05:50 am

9 / 9 points (100%)

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A

A table for two, please.

B

Certainly, miss. Come this way, please.

A

Can we have the menu, please?

B

Here you are.

B

Are you ready to order?

A

Yes, please. I want a tomato soup as an appetizer.

C

A tomato soup for me, too, please.

B

And for the main course?

A

We'd like the lamb curry and the vegetable lasagne.

Exercise: Dialogue Ordering food in a restaurant Timestamp: 2018-01-25, 05:53 am

5 / 5 points (100%)

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7:30 A table for two, please. 7:31 Come this way, please. 7:32 Can we have the menu, please? 7:40 Are you ready to order? 8:45 Can we have the check, please?

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Exercise: Grammar How often Timestamp: 2018-01-25, 05:59 am

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Example: She eats fast food three times a month. She eats in expensive restaurants every weekend (twice a year). She has fruit every day (twice a day). She has friends for dinner on Sunday (once a week). She eats meat on Wednesday (four times a week). She eats fish on Monday (twice a week). She bakes a cake on birthday (once a month). She buys food at the supermarket on weekends (three times a month).

Exercise: Listening Three national dishes (1) Timestamp: 2018-01-25, 06:17 am

1 / 6 points (16%)

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Nasi goreng is a typical dish from China. Nasi goreng is a typical dish from Indonesia. (is a typical dish from Indonesia). People usually have nasi goreng with cucumber and boiled potatoes. People usually have nasi goreng with rice, chicken, fish and lots of Chilli peppers. (cucumber and hard-boiled eggs). An Irish breakfast is ideal for a Monday or a Tuesday. An Irish breakfast is ideal Saturday or some Monday (for a Saturday or a Sunday). Irish singers needed lots of calories because they worked very hard. (Irish farmers) needed lots of calories because they worked very hard. Feijoada is a popular dish from Mexico. Feijoada is a popular dish from Brazil. The word “feijoada” comes from the Portuguese word for “meat”. The word “feijoada” comes from (the Portuguese word for “bean”).

Exercise: Listening Three national dishes (2) Timestamp: 2018-01-25, 06:39 am

8 / 11 points (72%)

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The main ingredients for nasi goreng are fried rice, chicken, prawns, fish sauce, and lots of chilli peppers.

A typical Irish breakfast has Irish sausage, fried bacon, black pudding, a fried egg, a vegetable roll, baked beans,

fried mushrooms, fried (tomatoes), brown bread, and a cup of tea. When you cook feijoada, you put poor (beans), pork, and beef into a breakfast (saucepan).

Exercise: Vocabulary Food and drink Timestamp: 2018-01-25, 06:55 am

2 / 6 points (33%)

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a bottle (a piece) of water

a carton (a slice) of milk

a piece (a can) of cheese

a carton of cereal

a jar of soda

a slice (a cup) of bread

Exercise: Vocabulary Food and drink Timestamp: 2018-01-25, 03:12 pm

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orange (a carton) of juice

a glass water (of water)

bottle (a bottle) of water

a slice cheese (of bread)

jair (a can) of soda pot (a jar) of honey

a bowl of cereal

a piece bread (of cheese)

a cup coffee (of coffee)

Exercise: Vocabulary Cooking Timestamp: 2018-01-25, 07:16 am

1 / 8 points (12%)

You fry fish with a knife. (in a frying pan.) You roast chicken in a frying pan. (in the oven.) You serve food from a mug. (in a dish.) You boil potatoes in a dish. (in a saucepan.) You chop carrots in the oven. (with a knife.) You add salt to your fries. You use flour and sugar in a saucepan. (to bake a cake.) You drink your coffee to bake a cake. (from a mug.)

Exercise: Vocabulary Cooking Timestamp: 2018-01-25, 05:42 pm

2 / 7 points (28%)

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Easy oven frittata Ingredients

1

box of macaroni

1

onion

1

bag of sweet corn

1

bag of peas

1

red pepper

2

eggs

2

cups of milk

1

bag of cheddar cheese

Heat the oven to 200ºC. Mix (Boil) the pasta in a Boil (saucepan) for eight minutes. Add the vegetables and cook for another two or three minutes. Drain the pasta and vegetables and put them into a saucepan (baking dish).

add (Mix) the eggs and the milk and baking dish (add) the cheese. Put the mix into the baking dish and bake in the oven for 3540 minutes. Serve with a green salad.

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Exercise: Grammar can / can't Timestamp: 2018-01-25, 07:57 pm

23 / 54 points (42%)

4 / 10 points (40%)

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Stacey / play a musical instrument? Can Stacey play a musical instrument? Yes, she can play a musical instrument. (can). Stacey / dance? Can Stacey dance? No, she can't dance (can't). Luke / play a musical instrument? Can Luke play a musical instrument? No, he can't play a musical instrument (can't). Luke / dance? Can Luke dance? (Can Luke dance)? Yes, he can dance (can). Stacey and Luke / sing well? Can Stacey and Luke sing well? Yes, they can sing well (they can).

Exercise: Grammar can / can't Timestamp: 2018-01-25, 09:25 pm

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“U can't touch this” – (MC Hammer) Can I have a kiss?” – (Kelly Clarkson) “I can't stop loving you” – (Ray Charles) Can you feel the love tonight?” – (Elton John) Can't buy me love” – (The Beatles) “Just can't get enough” – (Depeche Mode) “Baby can I hold you” – (Tracy Chapman) “Because we can” – (Bon Jovi)

“I can't dance” – (Genesis) “We can work it out” – (The Beatles)

Exercise: Grammar be good at / be interested in Timestamp: 2018-01-25, 09:38 pm

1 / 7 points (14%)

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good at He's good at speaking languages.

interested in They're interesed in (interested in learning) languages.

good at He's good at playing piane (good at playing the piano).

good at She's good at actress (good at acting).

good at They're good at dancing.

good at He's interesested in chess (good at playing chess).

good at They're interested in cooking (good at cooking).

interested in They're interested in studing (interested in traveling).

Exercise: Reading The man who ate a plane (1) Timestamp: 2018-01-25, 09:45 pm

4 / 4 points (100%)

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People in France called Mr. Lotito “Monsieur Mangetout” because he had the ability to eat … many different unusual things. Mr. Lotito's method for eating objects was to … break big objects into small pieces.

Mr. Lotito ate a robot … after he left the hospital. Mr. Lotito … ate nearly ten tons of metal during his life.

Exercise: Reading The man who ate a plane (2) Timestamp: 2018-01-25, 09:58 pm

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Write four types of material that Mr. Lotito ate. He ate metal, plastic, rubber, glass. How long did it take Mr. Lotito to eat a plane? It took him break (two years) to eat a plane. What two things did Mr. Lotito not eat? He didn't eat bread (bananas) and tea (boiled eggs). How old was Mr. Lotito when he died? He was only nine (57) years old.

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Vocabulary – Languages 0 / 7 points (0%) Not done Grammar – want to / would

Grammar want to / would like to / need to

2018-04-28, 03:55 pm

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We'd like a table for two, please. train station (restaurant) You need to do your homework first and then you can watch TV if you want. restaurant (parent and child) Would you like a window seat or an aisle seat? clothing store (airport) You're late for work again. Come this way. I need to speak to you. classroom (office)

I want a one-way ticket to Montreal station, please. airport (train station) Do you want a queen or a twin room? parent and child (hotel) I'd like the red shirt, please. hotel (clothing store)

I need to go to the bathroom, Miss. office (classroom)

Grammar want to / would like to / need to

2018-04-28, 03:55 pm

0 / 6 points (0%)

a She'd one. to like TV host day be (She'd like to be a TV host one day.) be We. go. need don't here Let's to (We don't need to be here. Let's go.) see Do vacation? want you our pictures to (Do you want to see our vacation pictures?) this Would , please like you way come? to (Would you like to come this way , please?) want I you more you love to don't. I any don't and see (I don't love you and I don't want to see you any more.) you If practice lot to want need ,. well a you speak to (If you want to speak well , you need to practice a lot.)

Listening Playing a game (1)

2018-04-28, 03:56 pm

 

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You need to write the name of a famous person to play this game. (TRUE) Julia wrote William Shakespeare on her piece of paper. (FALSE) You can't ask any questions in this game. (FALSE) Julia says that the man on her piece of paper was born in Paris. (FALSE) Karl says that his person has a yellow face and blue hair. (TRUE)

 

Listening Playing a game (2)

2018-04-28, 03:57 pm

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SIMONA Let's play a game. The e (first) thing we need is paper. Do we have any?

 

KARL

Yes, we do.

SIMONA Can I have some?

KARL

SIMONA Thanks. Here's a piece of paper for you, Julia; another piece of paper for you, Karl; and another one for me. Now you e (need) to write down the name of a famous person on your paper. He or she can be living or not living. You can write William Shakespeare or Rihanna, for example.

e (Here) you go.

KARL

OK, I'm ready.

JULIA

I'm ready, e (too).

SIMONA So Julia. You start. You need to describe the man or the woman but don't e (say) the name. We ask you questions and you answer.

KARL

Is it a man or a woman?

JULIA

A man. He was French.

SIMONA So he's not alive.

JULIA

No, he isn't. He was born in Corsica. He liked e (playing) chess. He was a military leader.

KARL

Napoleon Bonaparte!

JULIA

Well done, Karl.

KARL

My turn now.

JULIA

He or she?

KARL She.

SIMONA Dead or alive?

KARL

Well, she's not a real person. She comes from an American cartoon on television. She has a yellow face and wears a green dress with a (red) necklace. And her hair is blue.

JULIA

I have no idea.

KARL

OK her (husband)'s name is Homer.

SIMONA I know now. Marge Simpson.

KARL Correct!

Vocabulary Personality adjectives

2018-04-28, 03:58 pm

 

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(talented)

(careful)

(clever)

(lively)

(nervous)

Vocabulary Personality adjectives

2018-04-28, 03:58 pm

 

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(CONFIDENT)

(NERVOUS)

(CLEVER)

(SERIOUS)

(AMBITIOUS)

(LIVELY)

(TALENTED)

(CAREFUL)

(CLEVER) (SERIOUS) (AMBITIOUS) (LIVELY) (TALENTED) (CAREFUL) Dialogue – Asking for, giving, and refusing permission

Dialogue Asking for, giving, and refusing permission

2018-04-28, 03:59 pm

 

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A Mom, can I (watch) a movie on TV this evening?

B No, you haven’t finished your homework.

A Well, can I (use) Dad’s computer to surf the internet?

B No, he’s working on it right now.

A And can I (play) soccer with Dave and Joe tomorrow?

B Not until you’ve helped me with the shopping.

A Can I (go) out with Nadia tomorrow night?

B Yes, of course you can.

A And can I (wear) my new shirt?

B Yes, I’ve just washed it.

A And can I (borrow) the car?

B Certainly not! You crashed it last time!

A Well, can I (have) some money for the bus, then?

Dialogue Asking for, giving, and refusing permission

2018-04-28, 04:00 pm

 

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Can I play some music? Why? What did I do? (Yes, but not too loud!) Can I borrow some money? Yes, but not too loud! (OK. How much do you need?) Can I go now? I'm afraid you can't. The battery is dead. (Of course you can. See you tomorrow.)

Grammar Adverbs of manner

2018-04-28, 04:00 pm

 

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happy

(happily)

beautiful (beautifully)

 

bad

(badly)

careful

(carefully)

sad

(sadly)

quick

(quickly)

angry

(angrily)

slow

(slowly)

good

(well)

Vocabulary Parts of the face

2018-04-28, 04:01 pm

 

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hair - (hair) face - (face) nose - (nose) mouth - (mouth) chin - (chin) head - (head) eyebrow - (eyebrow) ear - (ear) eye - (eye)

Vocabulary Parts of the body

2018-04-28, 04:01 pm

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Parts of the body 2018-04-28, 04:01 pm 0 / 15 points (0%) head - head neck

head - head neck - neck shoulder - elbow (shoulder) arm - arm elbow - shoulder (elbow) wrist - wrist hand - hand finger - finger stomach - stomach leg - leg foot - toe (foot) knee - ankle (knee) ankle - knee (ankle) toe - foot (toe) back - back