3º ESO AB bilingual


2nd term – midterm


 


Content of the exam:


·         Unit 4,5,6


·         Vocabulary SalziEnglish


·         Vocabulary student’s book: unit 1 – 6: p 138,139


 


Vocabulary reading


Unwanted: no deseado     


available: disponible       


to check out: comprobar      


to narrow: limitar / reducir


Keyword: palabra clave     


seagull: gaviota     


to leave out: excluir   


mis-typed: mal escrito    


match: correspondencia


to spell : deletrear


reliability : fiabilidad 


unreliable : poco fiable


 


 


Unit 4


Page 24


A flood


High winds


Snowstorms


Thunderstorms


The weather forecast


Power


A while


A fire tornado


Lightning


The sky


To burn down


To blow away (blew – blown)


To rise (rose – risen)


To pour (down)


To flow (flowed – flowed)


 


To destroy


To provide


An amount


A number


To increase


 


In this case


In case of


Just in case


 


Page 25


A firefighter


A fire


To grow (grew – grown)


Less


Rare


To handle


An aim = a goal


Several


An issue (asunto / problema)


 


Page 26


Grammar: past simple


 


To put out


To book


Super-keen


A course


Midday


To hike


To split up


 A building


A badge


 


Grammar: used to


 


To blow away


To burn down


To come out


To hang out


To put out


To split up


 


Listening p 27


To carry someone down …


To hide


To reach


The bottom


A cave


Flat


To allow


Tracks


To aim at


 


Page 31: 10


Among


Busy


To be keen on


Except = apart from


As good as


Since / for


To be interested in


Available


Goods


 


Unit 5


To mend = to fix = to repair


To customise


A design


To stick on


To sew


To rebuild


 


To teach (taught / taught)


A pocket


A zip


A tip


This came as no surprise


Smart


At least


A skill


The staff


Loads


It was worth it


A break


 


Past simple and past continuous


 


Page 34


To pick up


To notice


To throw


Quite


To upload to the internet


 


Time adverbs


First


Suddenly


Finally


Then


Next


Later


 


Page 35


A sale


To pick out


 


Unit 6


To suffer from


A stomachache


To operate


To bleed


To reduce


To wrap


A blanket


To prevent


To brush your teeth


To injure


To kick


To complain of


To avoid + ing


To follow


 


Page 37


Quite a few people


Ill


Unpleasant


However


To handle


To be able to


Instead


A neighbour


To fall to the ground


To be switched on


It seems that


In order to


 


Modals: obligation and necessity (page 38)


Have to = must / mustn’t / Should = ought to / Don’t have to


A tablet = a pill


To park


A dish


 


Pronouns with some, any, every, no


Someone, something, somewhere


No one, nothing, nowhere


Everyone, everything, everywhere


Anyone, anything, anywhere


 


There’s nothing to eat = there isn’t anything to eat (no double negation) = no hay nada para comer.


 


Giving your opinion:


Personally, in my opinion, in my view.


I think / I don’t think …


What do you think?


Do you agree? Yes, I agree / No, I don’t agree.


 


Nowadays


Shall I start?


Shall we go out tonight?

What about + ing è What about going out tonight ?


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Reading vocabulary exam 24/11/2016

Overweight = obeso

A researcher = un investigador

For the better = para mejor

To develop = desarollar

A skill = una habilidad

To kick = patear

To catch = coger

A surgeon = un cirujano

Fewer = less

A shade = una sombra

no less = no menos

accurate = preciso

gender = género

upsetting = triste / terrible

to disturb = interrumpir / molestar

to alter = cambiar / modificar

behaviour = comportamiento

harmful = dañino

a muscle = un musculo

to tend to do something = ser propenso a hacer algo

to overcome = vencer / ganar

 

translation activity

24.   Are you feeling any better? Are you feeling a bit better?

25.   I was stuck in a traffic jam and meanwhile I made an online order.

(I was stuck in traffic / I was in a traffic jam)

26.   In spite of (despite) the high price, I made the purchase anyway.

27.   We went to a theme park.

28.   I used to play football when I was a teenager.

29.   We have to hand in our homework by the 15th.

The homework is due on the 15th.

30.   I’d like to go to a shopping centre (mall) abroad.

31.   The main problem is that they don’t refund the money.

(that they don’t give the money back.)

32.   I’ve got several very good (close) friends.

33.   The air conditioning has to be fixed (mended / repaired)

34.   It seems (appears) that the shop is open till late.

35.   I want to keep in touch with that cute girl.

36.   Even though (although) my friend is reliable (trustworthy), I don’t trust him.

37.   I’m saving up for the future.

38.   I don’t mind giving you the award (prize) back (returning)

39.   If you don’t pay attention, you upset the teacher.

40.   The wind destroyed the bridge (the wind blew the bridge down)

41.   The water of the river flowed till the port (harbor)

42.   There were a big number of fires that burnt the buildings completely down.

43.   The firefighters put the fire out.

44.   Spain didn’t use to be as dry as now (nowadays)

45.   Did there use to be a big number of floods?

46.   I felt a bit nervous.

47.   Next week, I’m handing in the task.

 Every summer there are power cuts. 

Unit 1

 

Page 10

Change

To charge

Charges

A discount

Online shopping

A receipt

Refunds

To send back

To serve

To shop

To spend

A certain amount

Delivery

A department store

A receipt

Online shopping

 

Page 11

Not allowed

On your own

A teenager

A shopping mall

To come to an end

A shopper

A theme park

To allow

Unaccompanied

To hang out

To be able to

Quite

Trouble

To increase

Children

A rule

The main problem

A babysitter

To be ten years old = to be aged ten

To hang around

To spend money

To introduce

A few

It’s not fair

To check something out

A think

That kind of thing

 

Page 12

Grammar: determiners

Some

Any

Many

Much

Plenty of

A lot of

No

Several

 

To be open late

A discount card

Trainers

A pair

Stuff

To click

It looks like

 

Anything

Anywhere

Any

Any more

Any longer

Anyone

Any better

Any good

 

Page 13

To buy (bought – bought)

A mate

Last week

A store

Cute

A money bank

A camper van

To save up

I couldn’t wait any longer.

 

Unit 2

Page 14

To trust

Anxious

Well done

Annoying

To be on my own

Spare time

Silly

Although

Reliable

Honest

Caring

Sensible

Sweet

Easy-going

Cruel

Sociable

Confident

Talented

 

Page 15

A quiz

I guess

To be crazy about

To be afraid of

Fear

It depends

However

For example

To get tired of + ing

To grow older

I may not

To disagree

To be good at

To keep in touch

Nowadays

I agree with you

A pal

To be keen on + ing

Stuff

Close friends

To be close

To close

 

Page 16

Grammar: - ing forms

To be good at + ing

To be interested in + ing

I don’t mind + ing

To be afraid of + ing

To be crazy about + ing

To be keen on + ing

I’m tired of + ing

 

Uninteresting

To disagree

to disappear

unkind

unlucky

unpleasant

 

page 17

to hand in

to get up early

to get up late

 

I like

I don’t like

I usually , sometimes, …

I think it’s …

 

Unit 3

Page 20

To enter

To join

To win

To score

A prize

A medal

To have a go at something

To lose

To miss

A member

To take part

 

Page 21

A programme

Awesome

To get paid

I don’t mind

To help out

An organisation

A disability

A child = a kid

To provide

A wheelchair

It upsets him

To miss a hot

To make a bad pass

To give in

To encourage

A skill

To improve

Easily

Wild

To run away

Even though

To pain attention to

Sociable

To disappear

A reward

 

Page 22

Grammar: present simple and present continuous

Charity

To pay in advance

A form

A race

 

Ancient

Bad

Big

Cold

Enormous

Exhausted

Freezing

Old

Terrible

Tired

 

Very

Absolutely

Extremely

Incredibly

Really

 

Page 23

To include

In addition

In my opinion

Horse riding

The countryside

To recommend

To offer

 

Unit 4

Page 24

A flood

High winds

Snowstorms

Thunderstorms

The weather forecast

Power

A while

A fire tornado

Lightning

The sky

To burn down

To blow away (blew – blown)

To rise (rose – risen)

To pour (down)

To flow (flowed – flowed)

 

To destroy

To provide

An amount

A number

To increase

 

In this case

In case of

Just in case

 

Page 25

A firefighter

A fire

To grow (grew – grown)

Less

Rare

To handle

An aim = a goal

Several

An issue (asunto / problema)

 

Page 26

Grammar: past simple

 

To put out

To book

Super-keen

A course

Midday

To hike

To split up

 A building

A badge

 

Grammar: used to

 

To blow away

To burn down

To come out

To hang out

To put out

To split up

 

 

 

 

At least

To hand in

A handle

Staff

Stuff

Stiff

Knight

To be stuck in traffic

Due on the 15th

Due to

To pour

To have a go

In the background

 

It’s raining cats and dogs

A shower

It’s pouring down

It’s bucketing

To drizzle

To spit

Upset

Chores

 

I usually play football

I’m used to playing football

I used to play football

 

To make up

To come back

To go back

 

Way older

Abroad

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A cashier

A receipt

To charge

Charges

A refund

To send ... back

Air conditioning

To repair = to fix = to mend

Several

A couch

A coach

A scarve

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A mate = a buddy = a pal = a friend

As snug as a bug in a rug

To keep in touch

Tricky

To unplug

 

I like = I love = I’m into = I’m keen on = I’m interested in = I’m fond of = I’m passionate about = I adore = I’m crazy about

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To dismount

Although

I should = I ought to

 

So that I learn = In order to learn

 

To rob a bank

To steal money

To mug someone

 

 

To be annoyed

A reward

To encourage

An issue

To give up / to give in

In shape

Fit

Charity

Wrecked = exhausted

A scarecrow

To return

To obtain

To descend

To think of

 

Just gone 8 o’clock

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nor

A puddle

Hail

Hailstones

Gutters

Struck by lightning

Thunderstruck

Snowed under

In flames

Flooded

To overflow

A bridge

To row

A harbour

Sand bags

A business

It’s none of your business.

An edge

Rare

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 



 

 

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