ADV 1 SATURDAY

ADV 1 FINAL REVIEWEND-OF-TERM REVIEWS:

STUDY PLAN:

I- QUANTIFIERS: PAGES 40,41

 III AND  IV –  FUTURE CONT./PERFECT: PAGES 28,29

 V-  THIRD  CONDITIONAL / INVERSION: PAGE 31

VI-

QUESTIONS 1 AND 2  – UNIT 3

 QUESTIONS 3, 4 AND 5  –  UNIT  4

LOOK AT THE CHART BELOW. THEN, USE THE EXPRESSIONS FROM THE BOX TO COMPLETE
THE SENTENCES.
1. One third of 2. A little over half of 3. Few 4. Most of – a great deal of
II.  PAIR WORK. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH YOUR OWN WORDS. SHARE YOUR ANSWERS.
Answers will vary
III. THIS IS WHAT NIGEL DOES EVERY DAY. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES BELOW USING THE FUTURE
CONTINUOUS OR THE FUTURE PERFECT.
1. will have gone
2. will be having
3. will have gotten
4. will be having
5. will be watching
6. will have gone
IV. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH YOUR OWN IDEAS.
Answers will vary
V. WRITE A COMMENT ABOUT EACH SENTENCE BELOW. USE THE INVERTED FORM OF THE THIRD
CONDITIONAL.
Answers will vary. Some possibilities are:
1. Had Jane spent her money more carefully, she wouldn’t have spent years paying off debts.
2. Had Mark realized he would never use his treadmill, he wouldn’t have bought it.
3. Had Carly known it would be a casual party, she wouldn’t have worn a fancy long dress.
Now, complete each sentence with a suitable word.
 Jane used to be a SPENDTHRIFT.
 Mark’s treadmill just sits THERE COLLECTING DUST.
 Carly feels she’s OVERDRESSED for the occasion.
VI.  PAIR WORK. WRITE COMPLETE SENTENCES TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW. THEN, USE
THE QUESTIONS TO INTERVIEW YOUR PARTNER AND FIND OUT WHAT HE/SHE THINKS.
Answers will vary.
AMDT/dtm
0512
Advanced 1
End-of-Term Review

LOOK AT THE CHART BELOW. THEN, USE THE EXPRESSIONS FROM THE BOX TO COMPLETE
THE SENTENCES.
1. One third of 2. A little over half of 3. Few 4. Most of – a great deal of
II.  PAIR WORK. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH YOUR OWN WORDS. SHARE YOUR ANSWERS.
Answers will vary
III. THIS IS WHAT NIGEL DOES EVERY DAY. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES BELOW USING THE FUTURE
CONTINUOUS OR THE FUTURE PERFECT.
1. will have gone
2. will be having
3. will have gotten
4. will be having
5. will be watching
6. will have gone
IV. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH YOUR OWN IDEAS.
Answers will vary
V. WRITE A COMMENT ABOUT EACH SENTENCE BELOW. USE THE INVERTED FORM OF THE THIRD CONDITIONAL.
Answers will vary. Some possibilities are:
1. Had Jane spent her money more carefully, she wouldn’t have spent years paying off debts.
2. Had Mark realized he would never use his treadmill, he wouldn’t have bought it.
3. Had Carly known it would be a casual party, she wouldn’t have worn a fancy long dress.
Now, complete each sentence with a suitable word.
 Jane used to be a SPENDTHRIFT.
 Mark’s treadmill just sits THERE COLLECTING DUST.
 Carly feels she’s OVERDRESSED for the occasion.
VI.  PAIR WORK. WRITE COMPLETE SENTENCES TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW. THEN, USE
THE QUESTIONS TO INTERVIEW YOUR PARTNER AND FIND OUT WHAT HE/SHE THINKS.
Answers will vary.

LOOK AT THE CHART BELOW. THEN, USE THE EXPRESSIONS FROM THE BOX TO COMPLETE
THE SENTENCES.
CHEMISTRY GEOGRAPHY ALGEBRA BIOLOGY HISTORY
PASSED 6666,,66% 95% 115% 55% 70%
FAILED 33,,3% 5% 885% 45% 30%
1._______________________________ the students in the class failed Chemistry.
2.________________________________ the students passed Biology.
3.________________________________ students failed Geography.
4.____________________ the class seemed to have ______________________ difficulty in Algebra.
II.  PAIR WORK. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH YOUR OWN WORDS. SHARE YOUR ANSWERS.
When you were in elementary school, what was a subject that…
1. most of your friends liked? ___________________________________________________________.
2. a lot of students hated? _____________________________________________________________.
3. a few students were always really good at? ______________________________________________.
4. no students ever failed? _____________________________________________________________.
5. some of your classmates loved? ______________________________________________________.
III. THIS IS WHAT NIGEL DOES EVERY DAY. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES BELOW USING THE FUTURE
CONTINUOUS OR THE FUTURE PERFECT.
1. At 8:30 tomorrow, he ______________________________________________________work.
2. At 12:40 tomorrow, he _____________________________________________________ lunch.
3. At 6:50 tomorrow, he ______________________________________________________ home.
4. At 7:35 tomorrow, he ______________________________________________________ dinner.
5. At 9:10 tomorrow, he ____________________________________________________ the news.
6. At midnight, he ___________________________________________________________ to bed.
P.T.O.
7:15 – get up 6:30 – get home
7:45 – breakfast 7:30 – dinner
8:15 – go to work 9:00 – TV news
12:30 – 1:15 – lunch 11:00 – bedtime
a great deal of – one third of – most of – a little over half of – few – some
ADVANCED 1 – UNITS 3, 4, 5 – REVIEW EXERCISES P.2
IV. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH YOUR OWN IDEAS.
1. At this time tomorrow, I’ll be __________________________________________________________.
2. In 10 years’ time, I’ll definitely _________________________________________________________.
3. I hope to have _____________________________________________________________________
4. In July, I’ll _________________________________________________________________________.
V. WRITE A COMMENT ABOUT EACH SENTENCE BELOW. USE THE INVERTED FORM OF THE THIRD
CONDITIONAL.
a) (Jane) I used to spend my money so carelessly in my twenties. I spent years just paying off debts.

b) (Mark) When I bought my treadmill I didn’t realize I wouldn’t have time to use it at all.

c) (Carly) Nobody told me it’d be a casual party. It was a terrible idea to wear this fancy long dress!

Now, complete each sentence with a suitable word.
 Jane used to be a _____________________________.
 Mark’s treadmill just sits ___________________________________________.
 Carly feels she’s _________________________________ for the occasion.
VI.  PAIR WORK. WRITE COMPLETE SENTENCES TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW. THEN,
USE THE QUESTIONS TO INTERVIEW YOUR PARTNER AND FIND OUT WHAT HE/SHE THINKS.
1. What do you do to make sure you live within your means?
2. How do you keep track of your expenses?
3. What does your most stylish outfit look like?
4- Would  you  rather de underdressed or overdressed at a party? Why?
5. What makes you feel self-conscious?

MID TERM TEST REVISION:
COMPLETE THE SENTENCES:
1-I ALWAYS FORGET………………………………………
2-WHEN I FEEL STRESSED OUT,…………………………….
3-I NEED TO STOP……………………………………….
4-I HAVE JUST …………………………………………
5-I KNOW SOMEONE WHO……………………………………
6-OPTIMISTS……………………………………………
7- WHAT…………………….IS……………………….
8-I DON’T KNOW IF………………………………………
9-I BELIEVE……………………………………………
10-DO YOU KNOW………………………………………..?

Key  to  end-of-term test:

LOOK AT THE CHART BELOW. THEN, USE THE EXPRESSIONS FROM THE BOX TO COMPLETE
THE SENTENCES.
1. One third of 2. A little over half of 3. Few 4. Most of – a great deal of
II.  PAIR WORK. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH YOUR OWN WORDS. SHARE YOUR ANSWERS.
Answers will vary
III. THIS IS WHAT NIGEL DOES EVERY DAY. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES BELOW USING THE FUTURE
CONTINUOUS OR THE FUTURE PERFECT.
1. will have gone
2. will be having
3. will have gotten
4. will be having
5. will be watching
6. will have gone
IV. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH YOUR OWN IDEAS.
Answers will vary
V. WRITE A COMMENT ABOUT EACH SENTENCE BELOW. USE THE INVERTED FORM OF THE THIRD
CONDITIONAL.
Answers will vary. Some possibilities are:
1. Had Jane spent her money more carefully, she wouldn’t have spent years paying off debts.
2. Had Mark realized he would never use his treadmill, he wouldn’t have bought it.
3. Had Carly known it would be a casual party, she wouldn’t have worn a fancy long dress.
Now, complete each sentence with a suitable word.
 Jane used to be a SPENDTHRIFT.
 Mark’s treadmill just sits THERE COLLECTING DUST.
 Carly feels she’s OVERDRESSED for the occasion.
VI.  PAIR WORK. WRITE COMPLETE SENTENCES TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW. THEN, USE
THE QUESTIONS TO INTERVIEW YOUR PARTNER AND FIND OUT WHAT HE/SHE THINKS.
Answers will vary.
AMDT/dtm
0512
Advanced 1
End-of-Term Review

ADVANCED 1 – MIDTERM REVIEW
I Choose the best adjective to complete the sentences:
1. My best friends have very different characteristics. Anninha has been my friend for almost 20
years. She creates incredible activities for Ibeu’s Wiki, and she loves to laugh and have fun, but
she can get cranky if things don’t turn out as she expects. You can say she is ___ and ___
a) egotistical/imaginative b) imaginative/moody c) moody/imaginative
2. Tirma is an only daughter, and when she was a child, her mother tended to all her needs and
requests. She claims this is why she became a little ___. Another quality she has is that she’s
very ___: when she believes in an idea, she defends it with all her emotions.
a) egotistical/passionate b) egotistical/eccentric c) eccentric/passionate
3. Isabel is my artistic friend. She sings beautifully and plays the piano extremely well. But she’s a
little unconventional. I mean, she has pink hair and wears unusual clothes. I guess she is ___ and
somewhat ___.
a) moody/eccentric b) egotistical/eccentric c) gifted/eccentric
4. Camila, maybe because she is the youngest of my friends, is the most complicated… When she’s
OK, she will do whatever is takes to make everybody feel happy, and it’s impossible not to like her;
however, when she’s not OK, she may become aggressive! This is how I see her: most of the times
___, sometimes ___…
a) lovable/moody b) lovable/impolite c) moody/impolite
5. As for me – well, it’s hard to talk about me, but my friends say that I usually go with the flow:
whatever they decide to do is fine by me – so in this sense I’m ___. They also say that I was born
to solve other people’s problems. I always see a way out of difficult situations. In this sense, I’m
___ for finding “the solution”…
a) easygoing/gifted b) easygoing/friendly c) friendly/gifted
II Fill in the blanks with either the Simple Past, Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous:
I _____________________ (work) at IBEU for 13 years. I _____________________ (begin) in 1995,
with one group in Tijuca 2 and another in Ipanema. So far, I _____________________ (teach) most
levels, including Teens, Standard and Flex. Since last year, I _____________________ (give) classes to
Senior citizens – the most amazing experience in my career! The only course I _____________________
(take) yet is Pre-test. Also, my manager __________________ (try) to open a TTC group for me last
semester, but the number of students __________________ (be) not enough to start a course.
My favorite movie of all times is “Miss Sunshine”. I ______________ (buy) the DVD last month, and I
______________ (watch) it three times so far this month! I also love the soundtrack. I ______________
(listen) to since I woke up this morning.
III Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verbs in parenthesis:
a) Did you remember (invite) ______________ Mary to our dinner party?
b) You should stop (work) ______________ so hard. You never have time for you friends!
c) I can’t remember (have) ______________ my first class in English. Can you?
d) On my way home, I usually stop (fill up) ______________ my car.
e) Oh no! I forgot (pay) ______________ the gas bill!
f) Sam never forgets (pay) ______________ her bills because she’s very organized.
IV Answer the questions:
a) What is the importance of learning a foreign language? It’s my opinion________________________
b) How do you like cable TV? I like the fact______________________________________________
V Circle the correct alternative:
Jane: Hi Betty! How are you doing?
Betty: So/Actually, not so good. I’ve been saving/’ve saved money to buy a new car, and I ‘ve worked/’ve
been working extra hours at the office. I’m really tired!
Jane: I wonder/You know, I really envy your determination. I just wish I were a little like you…
So/Actually, how much have you been amassing/have you amassed so far?
Betty: You know/Well, only $6,000.00… I still have a long way to go until I can buy the car of my dreams.
And I’m getting sick and tired of not going anywhere because I can’t spend money! I guess I’ll use
the money to get my old car fixed. I’ve been having/’ve had it for years and it’s never let/’s
never been letting me down.
Jane: Actually/You know, maybe you’re right. Actually/So, how about going to the mall for a good
shopping spree? Hehehehe…
V Circle the correct adjective:
Music has always been of major importance in my life. As a child, I used to listen to records of fairy tales
and I memorized all the songs sung by Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and Snow White. It was very
entertaining/entertained. As a young teen, I danced to Ray Conniff’s Orchestra and was inspiring/inspired
to kiss the boys I was interesting/interested in whenever I heard his version of ‘Besame Mucho’… And of
course, just like any other teenager, I found The Beatles thrilling/thrilled! My interest in music became
even greater after I married Victor, a saxophonist. Many nights, I fell asleep to the soothing/soothed notes
of his practice…As a result, our three children have become musicians! Daniel plays the sax with Brasov, a band whose sound is surprising/surprised; Leandro plays the bass guitar and Pedro plays the cavaquinho with a group called Cá Entre Nós, whose samba beat is really exciting/excited. Since music has been playing such an important role in my life, I will be extremely pleasing/pleased if Victor and the kids decide to play at my
funeral… I can’t think of a more amazing/amazed way to go!
VI Insert a noun clause from the list below into each sentence:
1) People say __________________________________________________________________
2) _______________________________________________ comes out in the material I prepare.
3) Maybe this is ________________________________________________________________
4) I feel the need to stop ________________________________ and write about my experiences.
a) how I deal with my every day issues
b) what I’m doing
c) that I prepare some very good handouts for my students
d) whatever happens in my life
e) doing my things
f) my life experience, my victories and my sorrows, everything
V Correct the one mistake in each sentence:
1. Sally told her kids to stop that they were doing and go to bed.
2. My friend Isabel has bought some new clothes for her son on Saturday.
3. I live in Laranjeiras since 1993.
4. The movie we saw was really bored.
5. That girl just sleeps all day! I guess she’s quite energetic…

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