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Unit 7 THE MASS MEDIA
I. Write the vowel sound tell, /eI /, or /aI/ for each of the words below.
1. rain /eI/ 11. die ________
2. mind _______ 12. boy ________
3. height _______ 13. afraid ________
4. neighbour _______ 14. obey ________
5. enjoy _______ 15. play ________
6. buy _______ 16. kite ________
7. stay _______ 17. weight ________
8. decide _______ 18. spoil ________
9. choice _______ 19. train ________
10. destroy _______ 20. try ________
II. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in the box.
1. The term the mass media in English.........basically to TV, radio and newspapers.
2. The BBC World Service ................ throughout the world.
3. A short wave or a VHF radio can ................ many interesting stations.
4. They're ...............a good film on TV tonight.
5. I ......................a good program from the Internet the other day. Would you like a copy?
6. This book was..................... by CUP and it was............ in Cambridge.
7. This article has been badly..................
8. The film was..................in Spain.
9. They.................. the film before showing it on TV.
10. I ...............some photos I'd taken, so that I could send them to friend in Australia.
III. Read the conversation below. Choose the correct word to use in each blank
1. David: Are there any good ___________ on television tonight? ,
a. showings b. channels c. programs d. performances
2. Linda: Yes, there's a very interesting __________ about life in the Arctic.
a. comedy b. documentary c. news d. entertainment
3. David: That's a ___________, isn't it? I think I saw it about a fortnight ago.
a. repeat b. second c. copy d. return
4. Linda: That's right. It's part of a _____________ on livening strange place.
a. set b. collection c. series d. group
5. David: Do you watch a lot of_____________ films?
a. sightseeing b. journey c. tour d. travel
6. Linda: Not really. I prefer television
a. acts b. dramas c. screens d. comments
7. David: What about_________ programs?
a. playing b. gaming c. sports d. match
8. Linda: I like to see 'Match of the Day' on Saturday. That's my__________
a. favorite b. popular c. preferable d. likeable
9. David: Is Cliff Lion still the_________?
a. reporter b. talker c. actor d. presenter
10. Linda: Yes, he is. He usually discusses the matches with two or three footballers in the_________
a. stage b. theater c. studio d. floor
IV. Things that have happened today are on the radio and TV news. Give the news using the present perfect and past simple.
1. the Prime Minister/ visit Lupton University/ speak to students there/ earlier today
The Prime Minister has visited Lupton University. He spoke to students there earlier today.
2. the train drivers/ go on strike/ stop work/ at twelve o'clock
3. the Queen/ arrive in Toronto/ fly there/ in an RAF aircraft
4. two men/ escape from Park Hurst Prison/ get away/ during the night
5. the actor Howard Bates/ die in a car accident/ his car/ crash into a wall.
6. Linda Jones/ win the women's, marathon/ run it/ in 2 hours 27 minutes
7. several bombs/ go off in the city center/ happen/ an hour ago
8. the US space shuffle Atlantis/ return safely to earth/ land in Florida this morning,
V. Choose a verb with either the present perfect or past simple for these sentences: receive, crash, be, show, rise, survive, happen , sell, fall, work.
1. Until she retired last month. she....................in the customer complaints
2. The Bible ............ more copies than any other book.
3. His father ............ so many complaints about the noise that he told Chris to sell his drums.
4. Research............ that cycling can help patients overcome their illness.
5. Unemployment............ every year until 1983 and then started to fall.
6. Maria hasn't wanted to drive since she............ her car.
7. A great deal............ since I last spoke to you.
8. Prices............ sharply over the past six months.
9. This ............ his home for over 20 years and he doesn't want to leave it
10. Few of the trees in our village the storms during the winter of 1991.
VI. Choose the right alternative.
1. I washed' have washed my hands so that I can help you with the cooking.
2. She arrived/ has arrived at Kennedy Airport at 2 o'clock this morning.
3. The Pharaohs ruled/ has ruled Egypt for thousands of years.
4. I found/ have found the letter you looked/ were looking for. Here it is.
5. They grew/ have grown such a lot since we last saw/ has seen them.
6. We recently started/ have recently started to walk to work instead of taking the bus.
7. When I was younger I played/ had played badminton for my local team.
8. I have had am having the pains for three weeks now.
9. So far it was/ has been so cold that we staved/ have staved in the house all day
10. The last time I went/ have gone to Brighton is/ was in August.
11. Don't disturb Amy. She just went/ has just gone to sleep.
12. Bill phones/ is phoning his girlfriend again. That's the third time he phone has phoned her this evening.
13. Since the eruption started./ has started, all the villages on the slopes of the volcano have evacuated/ have been evacuated.
14. The prices of houses increased/ has increased dramatically in recent years.
15. Jim decided/ has decided to continue the course, even though it is proved/ was proving very difficult.
VII. Here are some parts of a newspaper article. Study the underlined verbs. Correct them if necessary, or put a
CYCLE ROUTE SUCCESS IN BIRMINGHAM
New. cycle routes (1) ............ have been built in and around the center of Birmingham and speed limits (2) ............ have been reduced on selected roads... The scheme (3) ............ was now in operation for a year and (4) ............ has been hailed as a great success. Since the new speed (5)........... were introduced. the number of accidents in the area (6) ............ fell dramatically... It (7)............ has taken only six months to draw up the plans and mark the routes. This (8) ............ has been done in consultation with groups representing city cyclists... Jane Wills. a keen cyclist who works in the city center, told us: 'When the new routes (9) ............ have been introduced I (10)............ have sold my car and I (11) ............ bought a bike. I (12) ............ cycled to work ever since. It's the best thing the council (13) ............ did for cyclists and pedestrian in the time I've been living in Birmingham.'... The success of the scheme (14) ............ has led to proposals for similar schemes in other cities.
VIII. Complete these sentences using because or because of + one of these phrases.
the strong wind growing unrest in the country
my computer isn't working I can hear the waves
flooding on the road t he mist
the streets were covered in ice my mother has arrived
her illness prices were falling
1 ___________I won't be able to meet you on Thursday after all.
2. She couldn't complete the work ____________________
3. The boat couldn't put to sea.
4. ____________________ , they couldn't sell their house.
5. I can't print out the letter
6. When we got to the top of the hill we couldn't see anything____________
7. She walked carefully _____________________
8. We must be near the beach, ____________________
9. The Prime Minister returned home _____________
10. We couldn't get to his house
IX. Rewrite the sentences using in spite of
1. Although she is an accountant, she never seems to have any money.
In spite of being an accountant, she never seems to have any money
2. Although Henry is a millionaire, he hates spending money.
3. Mark went on working although he felt unwell.
4. They slept soundly although the night air was hot.
5. Although she was successful, she felt 'dissatisfied.
6. Although the boat was full of water, it sailed on.
7. Although the children were poor, they seemed happy.
8. We couldn't get tickets although we queued for an hour.
9. I enjoyed the film although the story was silly.
10. He didn't arrive until 9 o'clock although he promised that he wouldn't be late.
X. Complete the sentences with although/ in spite of/ because/ because of.
1. ............ the meeting's at 2.00, I won't be able to see you.
2. ............ I told the absolute truth, no one would believe me.
3. The goods were never delivered............ the promise we had received.
4. My mother is always complaining................ the untidiness of my room.
5. I didn't get the job............ I had all the necessary qualifications.
6. It's unsafe to travel in that country ............ the ongoing civil war.
7. The villagers refused to leave.................. the drought.
8. ............ everything looked different, I had no idea where to go.
9. ............... his age, John was not hired ...................
he had the necessary qualifications.
10. You can't enter this secure area ............ you don't have an official permit.
11. ............ it was sunny. it was quite a cold day.
12. Several people in the crowd became ill and fainted
the extreme heat.
13............ having a bad cough, she was able to sing in the choir.
14. I had nothing for lunch but an apple, I ate dinner early.
15. Sarah can't climb up the tree............ her fear of heights.
XI. Read the following passage. Then choose the correct answer.
All. early television was broadcast in black and white. Color television was possible, but it was too (1) ............ and of very poor quality (2) ............the middle of the 1950s. Color television broadcasts began in the United States in 1954. in Japan in 1960, and in Europe in 1967.
The first (3) ............ on the moon was broadcast (4) ............ on television in 1969, and now television programs are (5)............ all over the world immediately through the (6)............ of satellites that transmit the (7)............ from the earth, through (8) ............, and back to the earth. More people now (9) ............ their news and information through television than through newspapers and radio. The development of television is one of the most rapid and exciting (10).................of our century.
1. a. bulky b. complicated c. expensive d. valuable
2. a. until b. from c. through d. on
3. a. arriving b. flying c. landing d. moving
4. a. live b. active c. current d. quick
5. a. grown b. developed c. practiced d. transmitted
6. a. way b. use c. works d. system
7. a. sounds b. pictures c. signals d. programs
8. a. space b. atmosphere c. distance d. area
9. a. have b. get c. take d. bring
10. a. problems b. facts c. events d. issued
TEST FOR UNIT 7
A. Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
1. a. media b. television c. scene d. secret
2. a. cartoon b. moon c. flood d. too
3. a. wild b. try c. mystery d. violent
4. a. paper b. famous c. rain d. channel
5. a. enjoy b. taught c. thought d. saw
6. a. heavy b. reading c. headline d. weather
B. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others.
1 . a. channel b. media c. cartoon d. comment
2. a. documentary b. advantage c. magazine d. popularity
3. a. newspaper b. encourage c. responsible d. effective
4. a. beautiful b. television c. Internet d. interfere
5. a. enjoy b. relax c. recommend d. intend
II. VOCABULARY AND EXPRESSION
Choose the one word or phrase - a, b, c or d - that best completes the sentence.
1. You can hear BBC news.............. all over the world.
a. shows b. announcements c. receipts d. programs
2. Television can make things...................because it presents information in an things effective way.
a. memory b. memorial c. memorable d. memorably
3. Do you understand this..............?200 WOMEN GIVEN WRONG DIAGNOSIS
a. report b. headline c. news d. advert
4. Children often prefer looking at...............to reading books.
a. newspapers b. comics c. articles d. commercials
5. In Britain, there are some 'terrestrial' ..................on TV such as BBCI, BBC2, ITV1
a. programs b. series c. channels d. cables
6. 'Is the paper published every day?' 'No, it..............out once a week.'
a. turns b. goes c. produces d. comes
7. Editorial...............in 'The Guardian' tended to support the government in this matter.
a. comments b. complaints c. commands d. comedies
8. A..................is a film with factual information, often about a problem in society.
a. series . b. soap opera c. documentary d. drama
9. There was a report .......... The Independent .................. this new law.
a. on/ for b. in' to c. in/ about d. on/ in
10. .......................is a system connecting millions of computer worldwide.
a. The television b. The Internet c. The media d. The phone
III. GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURE
A. Choose the one word or phrase - a, b, c or d - that best completes the sentence.
1. The scheme allows students from many countries.............. with each other.
a. communicate b. to communicate c. communicating d. communicates
2.................. the storm warnings, wee did not go out last night.
a. Since b. In spite of c. Because of d. The result
3. This is the fifth time you.............. me the same question.
a. ask b. asked c. are asking d. have asked
4. When I arrived at the party, Lucy.............. home.
a. has already gone b.. had already gone
c. already went d. already was going
5. English people spent 18 hours per week .............. TV.
a. watching b. to watch c. watch d. for watching
6. I've lived in a small house near the coast..............1990.
a. from b. since c. in d. for
7. She left home in 1993 and .............. since.
a. hasn't seen b. didn't see c. hasn't been seen d. wasn't seen
8. It's time we.............. this old car and bought a new one.
a. will sell b. have sold c. had sold d. sold
9. Since Mr Hassan.............. president, both taxes and unemployment ..............
a. has become/ increased b. became/ increased
c. became/ have increased d. has become/ have increased
10. ................. all my warnings, he tried to fix the computer himself.
a. Although b. In spite of c. Because d. Instead of
11. Some television programs ..............
a. may make children to be violent. b. make children be violent.
c. may make children violent. d. make children being violent.
12. I .............. away most of my old books when I moved house.
a. threw b. have thrown c. had thrown d. was throwing
13. You .............. whisper. Nobody can hear us.
a. needn't to b. don't have to c. mustn't d. need to
14. The children.............. to the Botanical Garden.
a. were enjoyed taken b. were enjoyed taking
c. enjoyed taking d. enjoyed being taken
15. So far this week there.............. three burglaries in our street.
a. are b. were c. have been d. had been
B. Identify the one underlined word or phrase - A, B, C or D - that must be changed for the sentence to be correct.
1. The investigation into the president's past was covered through the media worldwide.
A B C D
2. An advantage of Internet news reports is that they can be constant updated.
A B C D
3. The magazine went out of business because it did not have subscribers enough.
A B C D
4. The editor was famous for being choosy about who she wanted on her staff
A B C D
5. It is convenient to subscribe to the newspaper although it is delivered to your
A B C
6. The media, which is comprised of newspapers, magazines, television and radio news, and Internet
news services, investigator and disseminates news in an impartial fashion.
7. People constantly look to the news to keep up-to-date on what went on in the world
A B C D.
8. The editor decided not publish the story because the facts were unreliable.
A B C D
9. The art critic gave the show a poor review, that saddened the exhibition team.
A B C D
10. The Internet disseminates information faster than any other media.
A B C D
Choose the one option - a, b, c or d - that best completes the dialogue.
A: What's on TV tonight?
A: Do you like soap operas?
A What's your favorite program?
B: (3) ________________________________________________________
A Did you see the game live'?
B: (4) _________________________________________________________
A I'm sorry I missed it.
A Really? (6) __________________________________________________
B: From seven to eight.
1. a. A documentary about getting rich quick.
b. I don't care.
c. Well, 'Friends' is on tonight.
d. Oh, the usual soap operas and stuff like that.
2. a. I can't stand Ahem... b. It's terrific.
c. That sounds good. d. Because they're so boring.
3. a. I enjoy watching game shows, aren't I?
b. Game. shows. There was an interesting quiz last. night.
c. I prefer television quiz. And you?
d. I have no idea. I watched a game last night.
4. a. I, don't think so. I think it's a repeat.
b. No, they just showed the recorded highlights. It was very exciting.
c. It's a good program, but I've seen it before. How about you?
d. No, it's a repeat. Have you ever watched it?
5. a. Don't worry. It will be showed again some day.
b. I think they are going to play again.
c. It will be recorded next Sunday.
d. It's going to be repeated next Sunday.
6. a. What time is it on? b. When is it showed?
c. What time is the game played? d. What time will they show it?
V. READING COMPREHENSION
A. Choose the one option - a, b, c or d - that best completes the passage.
The World Wide Web is (1) .............. millions of sites (2).............. by anybody from multimedia corporations to (3) .............. people like you and me. On the web you can read online newspapers or magazines; you can watch videos,(4) .............. music or buy anything (5) ..............a CD to a holiday. You can go into a (6) .............. and (7) .............. to other people all over the world or (8) ...............a newsgroup for more serious debate. If you are really ambitious you might even like to try creating your own (9) ............... Then you can (10) .............. your holiday pictures to the whole world!
1. a. made up b. made up of c. made from d. made of
2. a. taken b. discovered c. invented d. created
3. a. usual b. normal c. ordinary d. typical
4. a. download b. listen c. watch d. unload
5. a. like . b. on c. from d. with
6. a. talk room b. CD-ROM c. chat room d. speaking room
7. a. talk b. speak c. say d. converse
8. a. attend b. take c. access d. join
9. a. chat room b. web .page c. pictures d. internet
10 a. see b. send c. indicate d. show
B. Choose the correct answer - a, b, c, or d.
Chen likes to get his news from the paper. Lemma turns on the television to find out what's going on in the world. Eve subscribes to more magazines than she can keep track of, whereas Kobi chooses to listen to radio talk shows that cover issues thoroughly to tap into what's going on in the world. All these people are touched by the media.
What is the media? What constitutes the media? The media consists of ail the ways that news and information is distributed to a mass audience. The media covers everything from hard news, which is investigative reporting to stories that are purely entertaining, such as whether your favorite movie star was on the "Best Dressed/ Worst Dresser list. Whether in print or broadcast on TV, the stories are the product of the reporting of many journalists who write the stories, and editors who give out the assignments, assess the quality of the writing and research, and make the decisions about where and when the stories run.
The news has immediate impact. The Internet puts global news onto the personal computer on your desk. Almost all browsers have links to up-to-the-minute news stories from various news services. You can gets constant news updates from a variety of sources via your personal computer, providing you with the most up-to-date and in-depth coverage.
1. According to the writer, __________________
a. people's life can be changed by the media.
b. newspapers, magazines, televisions, radios are all the mass media.
c. people can only get news from the paper.
d. radio talk shows cover thorough issues.
2. According to the passage, the media __________________________
a. spreads not only news but also entertainment to audiences.
b. investigates news reports that will be covered.
c. only distributes hard news to people.
d. consists of news and information all over the world.
3. Which one of the following is not a responsibility of editors?
a. Judge the writings and research's. b. Assign tasks.
c. Write reports on the stories. d. Decide when and where tile stories run.
4. The word 'browsers" in line 15 refers to __________________________
a. programs used by computers for doing particular jobs.
b. people who look for information on the Internet.
c. people who design the Web.
d. computer programs that allow users to look at and search through information on the Internet.
5. An advantage of Internet news reports is that _______________________
a. they can be constantly updated.
b. they link news from various news services.
c. they provide a variety of information.
d. they can be put onto the personal computer.
Choose the best option (a, b, c, or d) to complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one.
1. It's nearly twenty years since my father saw his brother.
My father ________________________________________
a. saw his brother for nearly twenty years.
b. has seen his brother for nearly twenty years.
c. didn't see his brother nearly twenty years ago.
d. hasn't seen his-brother for nearly twenty years.
2. Although he was seriously ill, he was determined to finish his work.
In spite of ________________________________________
a. the serious ill, he was determined to finish his work.
b. be ill seriously, he was determined to finish his work.
c. his serious illness, he was determined to finish his work.
d. he was ill seriously, he was determined to finish his work.
3. When did you last ride a bike?
How long ___________________________________________
a. have you ridden a bike?
b. is it since you rode a bike?
c. is it since you have got a bike-ride?
d. have you been riding a bike?
4. Seeing Nelson Mandela will always stay in my memory.
a. will never forget to see Nelson Mandela.
b. never will forget seeing Nelson Mandela.
c. will never forget seeing Nelson Mandela.
d. never forget when I saw Nelson Mandela.
5. I've still got the camera because no one has claimed it.
I've still got the camera __________________________________
a. because it hasn't been claimed.
b. because of not claiming on it.
c. because of no claim has been made on it.
d. because it has been claimed by no one
6. My wait in the queue has lasted forty minutes so far.
a. waited in the queue forty minutes ago.
b. was waiting in the queue for forty minutes.
c. have been waiting in the queue for forty minutes.
d. wait in the queue in forty minutes.
ĐÁP ÁN UNIT 7
I. l.rain /ei/ 8. decide /ai/ 15. play /ei/
2. mind /ai/ 9. choice /ͻi/ 16 kite /ai/
3 height /ai/ 10. destroy /ͻi/ 17. weight /ei/
4. neighbor /éi/. 11. die /ai/ 18. spoil /ͻi/
5. enjoy /ͻi/ 12. boy /ͻi/ 19. train /ei/
6. buy /ai/ 13. afraid /ei/ 20. try /ai/
7. stay /ei/ 14. obey /ei/
II. 1. refers 5. downloaded 9. censored
2. broadcasts 6. published - printed 10. scanned
3. I receive 7. edited
4. showing 8. shot
III. 1. c 2. b 3. a 4. c 5. d 6. b 7. c 8. a 9. d 10. c
IV. 2. The train drivers have gone on strike.They stopped work(ing) at twelve o'clock.
3. The Queen has arrived in Toronto. She flew there in an RAF aircraft.
4. Two men have escaped from Parkhorst Prison. They got away during the night.
5. The actor Howard Bates has died in a car accident. His car crashed into a wall.
6. Linda Jones has won the women’s marathon. She ranit in 2 hours 27 minutes.
7. Several bombs have gone off in the city center. It happened an hour ago.
8. The US space shuttle Atlantis has returned safely to earth. It landed in Florida this morning.
V. 1. worked 4. has shown 7. has happened 10. survived
2. has sold 5. rose 8. have fallen
3. received 6. crashed 9. has been
VI. 1. have washed 9. has been - have stayed
2. arrived 10. went-was
3. ruled 11. has just gone
4. have found - were looking 12. is phoning - has phoned
5. have grown - saw 13. started - have been evacuated
6. have recently started 14. has increased
7. played 15. decided - was proving
8. have had
VII . 1. ۷ 6. has fallen 10. sold
2. ۷ 7. took 11.۷
3. has now been 8. was done 12. have cycled
4. ۷ 9 . were introduced 13. have done/ has done
5. ۷ 14. ۷
VIII. 1. Because my mother has arrived,...
2.... because of her illness.
3. ...because of the strong wind.
4. Because the princes were falling,…
5.... because my computer isn’t working
6.... because of the mist.
7.... because the streets were covered in ice.
8… because I can hear the waves.
9.... because of the growing unrest in the country.
10....because of flooding on the road.
IX. 2. In spite of being a millionaire. Henry bates spending money.
3. Mark went Oil working in spite of feeling unwell.
4. They slept soundly in spite of the hot night air.
5. In spite of her success, she felt dissatisfied.
6. In spite of being full of water, the boat sailed on.
7. In spite of their poverty, the children seemed happy.
8. We couldn’t-get tickets in spite of queueing for an hour
9 .I enjoyed the film iu spite of its silly story.
10.He didn’t arrive until 9 o’clock in spite ofhis promise that be wouldn’t be late.
(or... in spite of his promise not to be late)
X. 1. Because 6. because of 11. Although
2. Although 7. in Spite of . 12. because of
3. in spite of 8. Because 13. In spite of
4. because of 9. Because of - although 14. Because
5. although 10. because 15. because of
XI. 1. c 2. a 3. c . 4. a 5. d 6. b 7. c 8. a 9. b 10. c
XII . 1. My father hasn’t seen his brother for nearly twenty years.
2. In spite of his serious illness, he was determined to finish his work.
3. How long is it since you rode a bike?
4. This novel is said to have been written by a very young author.
5. The last time we went to Condon was in 1998.
6 .I have been waiting in the queue for forty minutes (so far).
7. Nowhere have I seen a "more wonderful building.
8. It was such an interesting trip that we couldn’t forget it.
9. Because it rained heavily, they couldn’t go for a picnic last weekend.
10. That’s the worst film I’ve ever seen.
TEST FOR UNIT 7
I. A. 1. b 2. c 3. c 4. d 5. a 6. b
B. 1. c 2. b 3. a 4. d 5. c
II. 1.c 2. d 3. a 4. c 5. c 6. d 7. c 8. b 9. b 10. c
11. d 12. a 13. c 14. b 15. b
III. A. 1.b 2 c 3. d 4. b 5. a 6. b 7. c 8. d 9. c 10. b
11. c 12. a 13. b 14. d 15. c
B. 1. c (by) 4. c (whom) 7. d (Us going on)
2. d (constantly) 5. b (because) 8. b (not to publish)
3. d (enough subscribers) 6. c (investigates) 9. c (which) lo. 10. d (medium)
IV. 1. d 2. a 3.b 4. d 5. d 6. a
V. A. 1. b 2. d 3. c 4. a 5. c 6. c 7. a 8. d 9. b 10. d
B. 1. b 2. a 3. c 4. d 5. a
VI. 1. c 2. b 3. a 4. c 5. d