By Diana Pye, Simon Greenall
Cambridge CAE Listening and talking talents supply a bridge among communicative technique and the wishes of the examination classification. Designed to arrange scholars for a number of the CAE papers, those books additionally reflect on the 4 talents of their wider software by utilizing intriguing issues and stress-free communicative actions. each one unit is split into sections, one facing listening and the opposite with talking. issues are leading edge and weird, delivering scholars a real stimulus for conversing actions and examination guidance packing containers supply scholars specified recommendation approximately what to anticipate in the course of all the CAE papers.
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After twenty hours, however, he had to struggle because he kept _ _ _ , his Use the verbs in brackets to reply to the following. EXAMPLE I can't swim any further. (give up (2)) POSSIBLE REPLY Don't give up yet, we're almost there. 1 2 3 4 5 6 What do you think of my idea? (catch on) What did the murderer do? (give oneself up (1)) What happens when grandfather sits in front of the television? (drop off) Did your expedition get to the top of the mountain? (give up (2)) 'M>uld you like a whisky? (give up (3)) Can I have the job?
Do you think he is looking at the thing on the horizon? Do you think he can see what it is? Do you think he can see what the thing is now? What is it? Can he see it clearly? Make a sentence describing what the man is trying to do with his binoculars in the two pictures. Think of another way of saying make out. Now turn to page 92 to check your answer. ,~o··. & I : - . , What is the time? What game is the man playing? Do you think he is going to make a move? What is the time now? How long has the man been considering his next move?
Unit 12 Complete these sentences using the six verbs from this unit. Use each verb only once. 1 2 3 4 5 6 him. Howard doesn't want to drive us to the station, but I know I can I her her sister because they're so much alike. This meat smells awful; I think it _ __ I'd like you to these accounts and see if you can find any mistakes. Harry was by the salesman's lies. The industrial dispute lasted for many months because neither side would Complete the sentences using the verbs in brackets. _ __ Replace the words in italics by the words in brackets.