Quiz 11

Quiz 11
Q1. Jim’s co-workers are talking about him. Rewrite the sentences using the modal verbs must (not), can’t, could, and might.
1.   I bet Jim is about 35.
2.   It’s isn’t possible he’s over 40.
3.   I bet he isn’t working today.
4.   I bet he is taking the day off.
5.   It’s is possible he’s at home.
6.   Maybe he’s playing golf.
Jim _______________________________________
He  _______________________________________
He  _______________________________________
He  _______________________________________
He  _______________________________________
He  _______________________________________
Q2. Match each statement with the most appropriate response. Use each response only once.
1.   I really wanted to go to the party, but I couldn’t. _____
2.   Things are very slow at the office today._____
3.   I worked hard in class, and I got an excellent grade.______
4.   I’m going to Europe this summer.  I’ve never been there._____
5.   I just spilled coffee all over myself._____
6.   My roommate isn’t home yet. He’s never this late…_____
You must be…

1.   embarrassed.
2.   disappointed.
3.   worried.
4.   bored.
5.   pleased.
6.   excited.
Q3. Read each sentence. Complete the two possible responses using appropriate adjectives from the box. Use each adjective only once.
1.   A: My parents make me stay home on weekends, but there’s nothing to do.
     B: You must be really ___________ with them. / That must be ____________.
2.   A: I have this big test tomorrow, and I’m not prepared.
    B: You must be _______________. / That must be _____________________.
3.   A: My son is graduating from college tomorrow.
    B: You must be ________________. / He must be _____________________.
4.   A: I sometimes work for twelve hours without stopping.
    B: You must be pretty _____________________ . / That must be _________.
5.   A: My brother is going to lose his job. He feels terrible.
    B: You must be ________________. / He must be _____________________.
6.   A: My daughter doesn’t understand this exercise.
    B: You must be pretty _______________________ . / That must be ________.
·      annoyed
·      nervous
·      boring
·      excited
·      tiring
·      motivated
·      proud
·      scary
·      disgusted
·      disappointed
·      confusing
·      confused

Q4. Circle the correct answer.
1.   A: That lecture was really interested / interesting.
B: Yeah. The speaker was amazed / amazing.
2.   A: I get really frustrated / frustrating when I forget my keys at home.
B: I know. Things like that are so annoyed / annoying.
3.   A: Tom’s directions are really confused / confusing. I can’t understand them.
B: I’m not surprised / surprising. He always does things too quickly.























































1.   A: I was fascinated / fascinating by the movie.
B: Me too. Some parts were really shocked / shocking, though.
2.   A: I wasn’t able to get tickets to the concert. I was so disappointed / disappointing.
            B: Me too. I and my wife were really disgusted /disgusting, too.
3.   A: I get really embarrassed / embarrassing when I forget someone’s name.
B: But it is worst when you forget someone’s birthday. It’s really distressing / distressed.
Q5. Adjectives with –ing / -ed. Matching exercise. What word do you need to complete the sentence? 
confused – disgusting – bored – interesting – disgusted – amusing – boring – interested – disappointed -surprised – disappointing – confusing – depressed – surprising
1.   My trip to Paris has been cancelled. I’m really ____________ I really wanted to go.
2.   The performance of the English team was very _________ They played much worse than expected.
3.   There are a lot of road signs. It’s all very ___________.
4.   I am very ______________ in this subject. I find it fascinating.
5.   The lesson was really ____________. I almost fell asleep.
6.   I was _________ by her behavior. It was very funny.
7.   I was __________ by the news. I didn’t expect it.
8.   I was __________ by his behavior. It as outrageous.
9.   I’m ______________ in applying for the job.
10.   I’m _______________ in finding out more about this. Where can I look?
1.   I do the same thing every day. My job is very _____. 
2.   I have nothing to do. I’m _________________.
3.   My job is very varied. I find it  ______________. 
4.   I heard some very __________________ news. I’m
  going to lose my job. I feel terrible. 
5.   Cheer up. Don’t feel so _____________.  There are
   plenty of other jobs.
6.   I heard a very _______________ story. It will make
  you laugh.
7.   It’s not _______________ that you failed the exam.
  You never did any work.
8.   I don’t understand this exercise. I’m very ________.
9.   I thought your behavior at the party was ________ .
. You were sick in the middle of the room.
10.   When the students did badly, the teacher became
  really ______________ and didn’t smile for weeks.
Q6. SPECULATING. Complete the sentences with the expressions in the box. Then write a second sentence using the cues and an appropriate modal.
1.   He must be learning to drive. It could/might be his first lesson.  (it/be/ his first lesson)
2.   He __________________________________________________.
(it / be / his first lesson)
3.   She _________________________________________________.
(she / feel proud)
4.   She__________________________________________________.
(she / be nervous)
5.   They_________________________________________________.
(They / practice a lot)
6.   They_________________________________________________.
(They / be disappointed)
a)  can’t be the winners
b)  could be taking a hard test
c)  may be taking a driving test
d)  might be the best student
e)  must be learning to drive
f)   must be the winners





















































A.  Q7.Circle the correct word to complete the sentences.
Dialogue 1: Outside a Circus a person is bending in front of two girls
Dialogue 1: Some people are watching a little girl playing the piano.
Mary: What’s he doing? He must be/can’t be crazy!
Mike: He might be / can’t be an acrobat with the circus.
Mary: You’re right. He must practice/must be practicing for tonight’s show.
Mike: That’s amazing! I mean, it can’t be /might be easy to bend like that.
Mary: Yeah, It could be /must not be painful, too.
Mike: Well, I certainly won’t try that!
Sam: How old is that kid? She must be /can’t be more than 5 years old.
Jack: Yeah, you’re right. She must not be / might be about 4 or 5.
Sam: She’s really good. She must play / must be playing every day for hours and hours.
Jack: She makes it look so easy, too. I wonder what her parents think. They could be /must be so proud.  
Sam: Yeah, she could be /can’t be the youngest professional piano player in the world.
Q8. Think of someone you know who is not in the room with you now. Answer the questions about him or her using must, may, might, could, or can’t.
1.   Where do you think he or she is right now?
It’s Saturday afternoon, so he might be on the golf course. He can’t be at work.
2.   What do you think he or she is doing?       ___________________________________________.
3.   How do you think he or she is feeling?      ___________________________________________
4.   What do you think he or she is wearing?  ___________________________________________
5.   Who do you think he or she is with?         ___________________________________________
6.   What do you think he or she is thinking about right now? _______________________________
































     Q9.Read the article. Then read the statements and check (ü) true, false, or it doesn’t say.
Some Dos and Don’ts for Young Volunteers
Dos…
Ø Think about your interests. What kinds of things do you get excited about? Do you love to teach kids, work outdoors, or help people in need? Your interests can lead to a particular type of volunteer activity.
Ø Consider you skills. Are you good at something like sports or computers? Most volunteer organizations are looking for people with specific talents and abilities.
Ø Do research. You’ll be amazed at the number of volunteer organizations out there. Start by asking family and friends about the ones they know, or do some research on the Internet. Then follow up by contacting the organization directly.
Don’ts…
Ø Don’t be frustrated if you don’t get the perfect job right away. Your first volunteer job may be less than ideal, but it can still be a good learning experience.
Ø Don’t limit your thinking. With all the choices, you may find a volunteer opportunity that never occurred to you. Your effort could lead to something surprising!
Ø Don’t try to do more work than you can handle. If you can’t manage the work you volunteered to do, it can be difficult for your organization, and embarrassing for you.
True
False
It doesn’t say

1.   Most volunteer organizations want people with special skills.         




2.   The internet has the best information aabout volunteer jobs.




3.   It’s easy to fing a volunteer job that’s just right for you.




4.   there are many different kinds of volunteer jobs.









Q10. WRITING Write an article about the work of a person you admire. Use this help note.    Read all unit 11 first and also pay more attention on “Lesson D” from your book, pages 114 and 115. (80 words)
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            LIST OF ADJECTIVES ENDING IN –ED AND –ING.
   
There is quite a long list of adjectives ending in –ed and –ing in English, and most of them are based on a verb that can be changed into an adjective by adding either –ed or –ing.  Some of the more common ones include:
  • Alarmed - Alarming
  • Aggravated - Aggravating
  • Amused - Amusing
  • Annoyed - Annoying
  • Astonished - Astonishing
  • Astounded - Astounding
  • Bored - Boring
  • Captivated - Captivating
  • Challenged - Challenging
  • Charmed - Charming
  • Comforted - Comforting
  • Confused - Confusing
  • Convinced - Convincing
  • Depressed - Depressing
  • Disappointed - Disappointing
  • Discouraged - Discouraging
  • Disgusted - Disgusting
  • Distressed - Distressing
  • Disturbed - Disturbing
  • Embarrassed - Embarrassing
  • Encouraged - Encouraging
  • Entertained - Entertaining
  • Excited - Exciting
  • Exhausted - Exhausting
  • Fascinated - Fascinating
  • Frightened - Frightening
  • Frustrated - Frustrating
  • Fulfilled - Fulfilling
  • Gratified - Gratifying
  • Inspired - Inspiring
  • Insulted - Insulting
  • Interested - Interesting
  • Moved - Moving
  • Overwhelmed - Overwhelming
  • Perplexed - Perplexing
  • Pleased - Pleasing
  • Relaxed - Relaxing
  • Relieved - Relieving
  • Satisfied - Satisfying
  • Shocked - Shocking
  • Sickened - Sickening
  • Soothed - Soothing
  • Surprised - Surprising
  • Tempted - Tempting
  • Terrified - Terrifying
  • Threatened - Threatening
  • Thrilled - Thrilling
  • Tired - Tiring
  • Touched - Touching
  • Troubled - Troubling
  • Unsettled - Unsettling
  • Worried - Worrying




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