Reading and Writing 10 IV term

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1.
3 points
Vocabulary set 1: Relationships (difficulty level 2)
Complete the sentences with one word.

1
I don't know how you __________ up with your little sister. She's so noisy!
2
He'll never __________ over his first girlfriend.
3
If you apologise for what you said, I'm happy to make __________.
4
I made you a card. I was hoping we could talk and __________ up.
5
Why are boys always expected to ask girls __________ ? Why can't it be the other way round?

Answer for 1: ________ write the full word. do not use capital letter
2.
3 points
Vocabulary set 1: Relationships (difficulty level 2)
Complete the sentences with one word.

1
I don't know how you __________ up with your little sister. She's so noisy!
2
He'll never __________ over his first girlfriend.
3
If you apologise for what you said, I'm happy to make __________.
4
I made you a card. I was hoping we could talk and __________ up.
5
Why are boys always expected to ask girls __________ ? Why can't it be the other way round?

Answer for 2: ________ write the full word. do not use capital letter
3.
3 points
Vocabulary set 1: Relationships (difficulty level 2)
Complete the sentences with one word.

1
I don't know how you __________ up with your little sister. She's so noisy!
2
He'll never __________ over his first girlfriend.
3
If you apologise for what you said, I'm happy to make __________.
4
I made you a card. I was hoping we could talk and __________ up.
5
Why are boys always expected to ask girls __________ ? Why can't it be the other way round?

Answer for 3: ________ write the full word. do not use capital letter
4.
3 points
Vocabulary set 1: Relationships (difficulty level 2)
Complete the sentences with one word.

1
I don't know how you __________ up with your little sister. She's so noisy!
2
He'll never __________ over his first girlfriend.
3
If you apologise for what you said, I'm happy to make __________.
4
I made you a card. I was hoping we could talk and __________ up.
5
Why are boys always expected to ask girls __________ ? Why can't it be the other way round?

Answer for 4: ________ write the full word. do not use capital letter
5.
3 points
Vocabulary set 1: Relationships (difficulty level 2)
Complete the sentences with one word.

1
I don't know how you __________ up with your little sister. She's so noisy!
2
He'll never __________ over his first girlfriend.
3
If you apologise for what you said, I'm happy to make __________.
4
I made you a card. I was hoping we could talk and __________ up.
5
Why are boys always expected to ask girls __________ ? Why can't it be the other way round?

Answer for 5: ________ write the full word. do not use capital letter
6.
3 points
Vocabulary set 2: Reporting verbs (difficulty level 2)
Complete the sentences with a suitable reporting verb in the correct form. More than one answer is sometimes possible.

6
Thank you for __________ to help but it won't be necessary.
7
The lifeguard __________ the tourists not to go in the sea because it was so windy.
8
__________ to damage your neighbours' property will only end in a huge fight.
9
Paulo thinks we should __________ the kids not to drink the tap water here.
10
I heard Mr Chapman __________ to help Lizzy with her car yesterday.

Answer for 6: ________ Do not use capital letter.
7.
3 points
Vocabulary set 2: Reporting verbs (difficulty level 2)
Complete the sentences with a suitable reporting verb in the correct form. More than one answer is sometimes possible.

6
Thank you for __________ to help but it won't be necessary.
7
The lifeguard __________ the tourists not to go in the sea because it was so windy.
8
__________ to damage your neighbours' property will only end in a huge fight.
9
Paulo thinks we should __________ the kids not to drink the tap water here.
10
I heard Mr Chapman __________ to help Lizzy with her car yesterday.

Answer for 7: ________ Do not use capital letter.
8.
3 points
Vocabulary set 2: Reporting verbs (difficulty level 2)
Complete the sentences with a suitable reporting verb in the correct form. More than one answer is sometimes possible.

6
Thank you for __________ to help but it won't be necessary.
7
The lifeguard __________ the tourists not to go in the sea because it was so windy.
8
__________ to damage your neighbours' property will only end in a huge fight.
9
Paulo thinks we should __________ the kids not to drink the tap water here.
10
I heard Mr Chapman __________ to help Lizzy with her car yesterday.

Answer for 8: ________ Do not use capital letter.
9.
3 points
Vocabulary set 2: Reporting verbs (difficulty level 2)
Complete the sentences with a suitable reporting verb in the correct form. More than one answer is sometimes possible.

6
Thank you for __________ to help but it won't be necessary.
7
The lifeguard __________ the tourists not to go in the sea because it was so windy.
8
__________ to damage your neighbours' property will only end in a huge fight.
9
Paulo thinks we should __________ the kids not to drink the tap water here.
10
I heard Mr Chapman __________ to help Lizzy with her car yesterday.

Answer for 9: ________ Do not use capital letter.
10.
3 points
Vocabulary set 2: Reporting verbs (difficulty level 2)
Complete the sentences with a suitable reporting verb in the correct form. More than one answer is sometimes possible.

6
Thank you for __________ to help but it won't be necessary.
7
The lifeguard __________ the tourists not to go in the sea because it was so windy.
8
__________ to damage your neighbours' property will only end in a huge fight.
9
Paulo thinks we should __________ the kids not to drink the tap water here.
10
I heard Mr Chapman __________ to help Lizzy with her car yesterday.

Answer for 10: ________ Do not use capital letter.
11.
3 points
READING EXERCISE

If only they'd told me ...

A: Anna (19)
It sounds silly, but I wish I'd been told how to make friends. I spent my whole childhood thinking that I didn't have friends because I didn't have the right clothes or listen to the right music. However, according to the
experts, you can make friends far more quickly if you show interest in other people rather than try to make them interested in you. If only I'd known that, life would have been so much easier.

B: Susie (17)
Most people need to be reminded to give as well as take in relationships, but for me it was the other way round. I always helped my friends with their problems and advised them, but I never wanted to talk to anyone
about my own problems. I thought I was a really good friend and research shows that people feel happier when they give others support than when they receive it. However, I wish I'd asked for help from my friends when I
needed it.

C: Osman (21)
I started going out with a girl when I was a teenager. It was great at first but then we started to fall out a lot. I spent all my time trying to make up with her and I was often down in the dumps. But when we finally broke up, I realized that it was actually for the best. I think teenagers can take first love too seriously. If only someone had persuaded me not to do that, I wouldn't have wasted so much time.

D: Alberto (18)
I wish somebody had warned me about frenemies. I had this 'mate' who used to sit next to me in science class.
He used to talk to me throughout the lesson. I couldn't ever concentrate because of him. In the end, I failed science while he passed! I found out that he'd been receiving extra lessons at home. In my opinion kids are
ashamed to tell classmates that they want to pay attention in class, and that's wrong; they'd get more respect from their friends if they were honest.

EXERCISE
Write A for Anna, B for Susie, C for Osman or D for Alberto. Which person says:
1 they wish somebody had told them to ask for the advice of friends? ____
2 they used to believe that kids based friendship on appearances? ____
3 they wish somebody had told them about false friends? ____
4 they wish they'd known not to worry so much about a relationship? ____
5 they behaved towards friends in a way they thought was kind? ____
6 they used to try hard to get someone to forgive them after arguments?___

Answer for 1: _______ Use the chosen letter use capital letter
12.
3 points
READING EXERCISE

If only they'd told me ...

A: Anna (19)
It sounds silly, but I wish I'd been told how to make friends. I spent my whole childhood thinking that I didn't have friends because I didn't have the right clothes or listen to the right music. However, according to the
experts, you can make friends far more quickly if you show interest in other people rather than try to make them interested in you. If only I'd known that, life would have been so much easier.

B: Susie (17)
Most people need to be reminded to give as well as take in relationships, but for me it was the other way round. I always helped my friends with their problems and advised them, but I never wanted to talk to anyone
about my own problems. I thought I was a really good friend and research shows that people feel happier when they give others support than when they receive it. However, I wish I'd asked for help from my friends when I
needed it.

C: Osman (21)
I started going out with a girl when I was a teenager. It was great at first but then we started to fall out a lot. I spent all my time trying to make up with her and I was often down in the dumps. But when we finally broke up, I realized that it was actually for the best. I think teenagers can take first love too seriously. If only someone had persuaded me not to do that, I wouldn't have wasted so much time.

D: Alberto (18)
I wish somebody had warned me about frenemies. I had this 'mate' who used to sit next to me in science class.
He used to talk to me throughout the lesson. I couldn't ever concentrate because of him. In the end, I failed science while he passed! I found out that he'd been receiving extra lessons at home. In my opinion kids are
ashamed to tell classmates that they want to pay attention in class, and that's wrong; they'd get more respect from their friends if they were honest.

EXERCISE
Write A for Anna, B for Susie, C for Osman or D for Alberto. Which person says:
1 they wish somebody had told them to ask for the advice of friends? ____
2 they used to believe that kids based friendship on appearances? ____
3 they wish somebody had told them about false friends? ____
4 they wish they'd known not to worry so much about a relationship? ____
5 they behaved towards friends in a way they thought was kind? ____
6 they used to try hard to get someone to forgive them after arguments?___

Answer for 2: _______ Use the chosen letter use capital letter
13.
3 points
READING EXERCISE

If only they'd told me ...

A: Anna (19)
It sounds silly, but I wish I'd been told how to make friends. I spent my whole childhood thinking that I didn't have friends because I didn't have the right clothes or listen to the right music. However, according to the
experts, you can make friends far more quickly if you show interest in other people rather than try to make them interested in you. If only I'd known that, life would have been so much easier.

B: Susie (17)
Most people need to be reminded to give as well as take in relationships, but for me it was the other way round. I always helped my friends with their problems and advised them, but I never wanted to talk to anyone
about my own problems. I thought I was a really good friend and research shows that people feel happier when they give others support than when they receive it. However, I wish I'd asked for help from my friends when I
needed it.

C: Osman (21)
I started going out with a girl when I was a teenager. It was great at first but then we started to fall out a lot. I spent all my time trying to make up with her and I was often down in the dumps. But when we finally broke up, I realized that it was actually for the best. I think teenagers can take first love too seriously. If only someone had persuaded me not to do that, I wouldn't have wasted so much time.

D: Alberto (18)
I wish somebody had warned me about frenemies. I had this 'mate' who used to sit next to me in science class.
He used to talk to me throughout the lesson. I couldn't ever concentrate because of him. In the end, I failed science while he passed! I found out that he'd been receiving extra lessons at home. In my opinion kids are
ashamed to tell classmates that they want to pay attention in class, and that's wrong; they'd get more respect from their friends if they were honest.

EXERCISE
Write A for Anna, B for Susie, C for Osman or D for Alberto. Which person says:
1 they wish somebody had told them to ask for the advice of friends? ____
2 they used to believe that kids based friendship on appearances? ____
3 they wish somebody had told them about false friends? ____
4 they wish they'd known not to worry so much about a relationship? ____
5 they behaved towards friends in a way they thought was kind? ____
6 they used to try hard to get someone to forgive them after arguments?___

Answer for 3: _______ Use the chosen letter use capital letter
14.
3 points
READING EXERCISE

If only they'd told me ...

A: Anna (19)
It sounds silly, but I wish I'd been told how to make friends. I spent my whole childhood thinking that I didn't have friends because I didn't have the right clothes or listen to the right music. However, according to the
experts, you can make friends far more quickly if you show interest in other people rather than try to make them interested in you. If only I'd known that, life would have been so much easier.

B: Susie (17)
Most people need to be reminded to give as well as take in relationships, but for me it was the other way round. I always helped my friends with their problems and advised them, but I never wanted to talk to anyone
about my own problems. I thought I was a really good friend and research shows that people feel happier when they give others support than when they receive it. However, I wish I'd asked for help from my friends when I
needed it.

C: Osman (21)
I started going out with a girl when I was a teenager. It was great at first but then we started to fall out a lot. I spent all my time trying to make up with her and I was often down in the dumps. But when we finally broke up, I realized that it was actually for the best. I think teenagers can take first love too seriously. If only someone had persuaded me not to do that, I wouldn't have wasted so much time.

D: Alberto (18)
I wish somebody had warned me about frenemies. I had this 'mate' who used to sit next to me in science class.
He used to talk to me throughout the lesson. I couldn't ever concentrate because of him. In the end, I failed science while he passed! I found out that he'd been receiving extra lessons at home. In my opinion kids are
ashamed to tell classmates that they want to pay attention in class, and that's wrong; they'd get more respect from their friends if they were honest.

EXERCISE
Write A for Anna, B for Susie, C for Osman or D for Alberto. Which person says:
1 they wish somebody had told them to ask for the advice of friends? ____
2 they used to believe that kids based friendship on appearances? ____
3 they wish somebody had told them about false friends? ____
4 they wish they'd known not to worry so much about a relationship? ____
5 they behaved towards friends in a way they thought was kind? ____
6 they used to try hard to get someone to forgive them after arguments?___

Answer for 4: _______ Use the chosen letter use capital letter
15.
3 points
READING EXERCISE

If only they'd told me ...

A: Anna (19)
It sounds silly, but I wish I'd been told how to make friends. I spent my whole childhood thinking that I didn't have friends because I didn't have the right clothes or listen to the right music. However, according to the
experts, you can make friends far more quickly if you show interest in other people rather than try to make them interested in you. If only I'd known that, life would have been so much easier.

B: Susie (17)
Most people need to be reminded to give as well as take in relationships, but for me it was the other way round. I always helped my friends with their problems and advised them, but I never wanted to talk to anyone
about my own problems. I thought I was a really good friend and research shows that people feel happier when they give others support than when they receive it. However, I wish I'd asked for help from my friends when I
needed it.

C: Osman (21)
I started going out with a girl when I was a teenager. It was great at first but then we started to fall out a lot. I spent all my time trying to make up with her and I was often down in the dumps. But when we finally broke up, I realized that it was actually for the best. I think teenagers can take first love too seriously. If only someone had persuaded me not to do that, I wouldn't have wasted so much time.

D: Alberto (18)
I wish somebody had warned me about frenemies. I had this 'mate' who used to sit next to me in science class.
He used to talk to me throughout the lesson. I couldn't ever concentrate because of him. In the end, I failed science while he passed! I found out that he'd been receiving extra lessons at home. In my opinion kids are
ashamed to tell classmates that they want to pay attention in class, and that's wrong; they'd get more respect from their friends if they were honest.

EXERCISE
Write A for Anna, B for Susie, C for Osman or D for Alberto. Which person says:
1 they wish somebody had told them to ask for the advice of friends? ____
2 they used to believe that kids based friendship on appearances? ____
3 they wish somebody had told them about false friends? ____
4 they wish they'd known not to worry so much about a relationship? ____
5 they behaved towards friends in a way they thought was kind? ____
6 they used to try hard to get someone to forgive them after arguments?___

Answer for 5: _______ Use the chosen letter use capital letter
16.
3 points
READING EXERCISE

If only they'd told me ...

A: Anna (19)
It sounds silly, but I wish I'd been told how to make friends. I spent my whole childhood thinking that I didn't have friends because I didn't have the right clothes or listen to the right music. However, according to the
experts, you can make friends far more quickly if you show interest in other people rather than try to make them interested in you. If only I'd known that, life would have been so much easier.

B: Susie (17)
Most people need to be reminded to give as well as take in relationships, but for me it was the other way round. I always helped my friends with their problems and advised them, but I never wanted to talk to anyone
about my own problems. I thought I was a really good friend and research shows that people feel happier when they give others support than when they receive it. However, I wish I'd asked for help from my friends when I
needed it.

C: Osman (21)
I started going out with a girl when I was a teenager. It was great at first but then we started to fall out a lot. I spent all my time trying to make up with her and I was often down in the dumps. But when we finally broke up, I realized that it was actually for the best. I think teenagers can take first love too seriously. If only someone had persuaded me not to do that, I wouldn't have wasted so much time.

D: Alberto (18)
I wish somebody had warned me about frenemies. I had this 'mate' who used to sit next to me in science class.
He used to talk to me throughout the lesson. I couldn't ever concentrate because of him. In the end, I failed science while he passed! I found out that he'd been receiving extra lessons at home. In my opinion kids are
ashamed to tell classmates that they want to pay attention in class, and that's wrong; they'd get more respect from their friends if they were honest.

EXERCISE
Write A for Anna, B for Susie, C for Osman or D for Alberto. Which person says:
1 they wish somebody had told them to ask for the advice of friends? ____
2 they used to believe that kids based friendship on appearances? ____
3 they wish somebody had told them about false friends? ____
4 they wish they'd known not to worry so much about a relationship? ____
5 they behaved towards friends in a way they thought was kind? ____
6 they used to try hard to get someone to forgive them after arguments?___

Answer for 6: _______ Use the chosen letter use capital letter
17.
3 points
Decide if these statements are Fact (F) or Opinion (O) according to the information in italics in the text. Choose F or O.

7 Teenagers think their first relationships are more important than they really are. F / O
8 You have to allow your friends to support you if you want them to be happy. F / O
9 Young people are embarrassed about wanting to be good students. F / O
10 It's easier to make friends by asking people about their lives than it is to make friends by impressing others. F/O

Answer for 7: _______ Write the chosen letter use capital letter
18.
3 points
Decide if these statements are Fact (F) or Opinion (O) according to the information in italics in the text. Choose F or O.

7 Teenagers think their first relationships are more important than they really are. F / O
8 You have to allow your friends to support you if you want them to be happy. F / O
9 Young people are embarrassed about wanting to be good students. F / O
10 It's easier to make friends by asking people about their lives than it is to make friends by impressing others. F/O

Answer for 8: _______ Write the chosen letter use capital letter
19.
3 points
Decide if these statements are Fact (F) or Opinion (O) according to the information in italics in the text. Choose F or O.

7 Teenagers think their first relationships are more important than they really are. F / O
8 You have to allow your friends to support you if you want them to be happy. F / O
9 Young people are embarrassed about wanting to be good students. F / O
10 It's easier to make friends by asking people about their lives than it is to make friends by impressing others. F/O

Answer for 9: _______ Write the chosen letter use capital letter
20.
3 points
Decide if these statements are Fact (F) or Opinion (O) according to the information in italics in the text. Choose F or O.

7 Teenagers think their first relationships are more important than they really are. F / O
8 You have to allow your friends to support you if you want them to be happy. F / O
9 Young people are embarrassed about wanting to be good students. F / O
10 It's easier to make friends by asking people about their lives than it is to make friends by impressing others. F/O

Answer for 10: _______ Write the chosen letter use capital letter
21.
40 points
QUESTION
You’re going to write a short description of your role model. Write 10 or more sentences.
Say:
 who the person is and their personal information.
 what the person’s main characteristics are.
 why they are your role model, giving examples of their good behaviour