|1) to behave in a dishonest way in order to win or to get an advantage, especially in a competition, game or examination||a) trust|
|2) sensible and able to make good decisions, so that you can be trusted||b) affect|
|3) the things that a person or animal does||c) annoy|
|4) to stay away from school without permission||d) tough|
|5) a strong desire to achieve something||e) brat|
|6) to use rude and offensive language||f) behaviour|
|7) to make someone feel slightly angry and unhappy about something||g) fed up with|
|8) worried or anxious; having many problems||h) rebel|
|9) to produce a change in something||i) desperate|
|10) difficult to do or deal with (having or causing problems or difficulties)||j) cheat|
|11) bored or unhappy especially with a situation that has continued for too long||k) bully|
|12) to fight against someone or against an idea or situation which you do not agree with||l) troubled|
|13) a child who behaves badly||m) swear|
|14) willing to do anything to change a very bad situation||n) fault|
|15) to threaten to hurt someone or frighten them, especially someone smaller or weaker||o) responsible|
|16) someone’s responsibility for a mistake||p) promise|
|17) to tell someone that you will definitely do something||q) ambition|
|18) to believe that someone is honest or will not do anything bad or wrong||r) play truant|
Ex. 2. Match synonymous words.
|1) annoyed||a) terrified|
|2) average||b) job|
|3) behave||c) disobey/oppose|
|4) frightened||d) injure|
|5) occupation||e) typical|
|6) orders||f) mark|
|7) rebel||g) unbelievable|
|8) grade||h) irritated|
|9) hurt||i) instructions|
|10) incredible||j) ask|
|11) invite||k) act|
Ex. 3. Match antonymous words and expressions.
|1) boring||a) clear|
|2) responsible||b) truth|
|3) confusing||c) guilt|
|4) divorced||d) give up|
|5) lie||e) attend classes|
|6) innocence||f) interesting|
|7) intelligent||g) unintelligent|
|8) start||h) easy|
|9) tough||i) irresponsible|
|10) play truant||j) married|
Ex. 4. Complete the charts below. Mind some spelling changes.
|1. behave 2. act 3. ----||---- ---- invitation||1. ---- 2. intelligence 3. responsibility||troubled ---- ----|
|1. ---- 2. annoy 3. hurt||rebellious ---- ----|
Ex. 5. Complete the sentences with one of the words from Ex. 4.
1. His good … did not last long. His mother got angry with him.
2. Mike gets … if anyone comes into his room when he’s out.
3. Mark was an …, ambitious young man, with a great future in front of him.
4. Thanks for your …. I’d love to come.
5. She was a … teenager who horrified her family by rejecting a promising career in law to become an actress.
6. Regular physical … helps to control your weight.
7. I’m a … adult. I can make my own choices.
8. He was seriously … in a car accident on Friday.
9. If something goes wrong, they will get into ….
10. It’s … that we didn’t know about this before.
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