Homework Correction - March 6thPresentation Transcript
Paper 3 – Use of English Test 1, Part 1
A) learn (verb) - to gain knowledge or experience of somethingD) capture (verb) - to catch someone or an animalG) discover (verb) - to find out something that you did not know beforeJ) get (verb) - to understand someone or something
A) However (conjuction) - used when you are changing the subject . However, + clauseD) Despite (preposition) - used for saying that something happens even though something else might have prevented it. Despite + noun + (clause) Despite + verb-ingG) Although (conjuction) - used for introducing a statement that makes your main statement seem surprising (Al)though + clause, + clause Clause, (al) though + clauseJ) Conversely (adv) - something that is the opposite of the other part e.g: Some wrong answers were marked right and, conversely, some right answers had been rejected.
A) make out (phrasal verb) - see/hear/understand, write information on document (cheque), create false opinion, pretend, succeed/continueD) take up (phrasal verb) - start doing something new, use space/time, accept an offer, make something shorter, continue dealing with somethingG) put up (phrasal verb) - build a wall etc,fix something to a wall/post, increase the value of something, give money, raise something, let someone stay in your house, suggest someone for a position,suggest something/someone, try to achieve/prevent somethingJ) turn into (phrasal verb) - to change or develop into something different
...anyone who has eaten a ...................... quality pizza ... quality = how good or bad it is COLLOCATIONS•high/good/top quality: The food is of the highest quality.•poor/bad/low quality: poor-quality workmanship
A) sense (verb) - to know about something through a natural ability or feeling, without being told e.g.Cats seem to instinctively sense his fear.D) do (verb) - perform an action, activity, or jobG) feel (verb) – to be affected by something, to feel the effects of somethingJ) be (verb) - to exist
A) state (verb) - to express something in speech or writing, especially in a definite or formal wayD) mention (verb) - to say something during a conversation, but not discuss it much or give many details. E.g He didn’t mention her all eveningG) remark (verb) – to say a few words that give the facts or your opinion about something‘This is quite delicious,’ she remarked to her host.J) tell (verb) – give information; to inform someone about something bad that someone else has done tell on: She threatened to tell on me.
A) submit (verb) - to formally give something to someone so that they can make a decision about it e.g. The plans will be submitted next week.D) give (verb) - give someone something: Could you give me that pen? give something to someone: She gave the flowers to me to hold.G) provide (verb) – to cause something to exist or be availableJ) deal (verb) – to buy and sell
A) save (verb) – avoid harmD) hold (verb) – stop from movingG) deliver (verb) – formal to free someone from an unpleasant situation - deliver someone from something: It was another hundred years before they were finally delivered from slavery.J) return (verb) – to go or come back
A) extensive (adj) – involving a lot of details and information Scientists have conducted extensive research into the causes of cancerD) extreme adj – very great in degree Use extreme caution when driving in wet conditions.G) intensive (adj) – involving a lot of effort, energy, or attention three weeks of intensive negotiationsJ) intentiona (adj) – deliberate I’m sorry I hurt you, but it wasn’t intentional. l
A) pass (verb) – go past somethingD) escape (verb) – get away from something badG) miss (verb) – not be presentJ) avoid (verb) – to try to prevent something from happening
A) spot (noun) – a particular placeD) part (noun) – pieceG) side (noun) – an inside surface of a container or roomJ) slice (noun) – a flat piece of food that has been cut from something larger Cut the bread into thick slices.
A) worry (verb) – to feel nervousD) upset (verb) – if your stomach is upset, you have an illness that is affecting your stomach, usually caused by something that you have eaten or drunkG) ache (verb) – if part of your body aches, you feel a continuous pain there that is unpleasant, but not very strongJ) depress (verb) – to make feel unhappy and disappointed
A) discouragingly (adverb) – feeling feel less confident or hopefulD) tightly (adverb) – firmlyG) uncomfortably (adverb) – have an unpleasant or slightly painful feelingJ) heavily (adverb) – to a large degree; in a way that makes you feel uncomfortable or unhappy The prospect of breaking her promise lay heavily on her mind.