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Soluzioni degli esercizi del libro

Unit

15

Text and dialogue – page 173

1. It’s a deposition of a homogeneous layer of metal inside impressions - 2. It’s a process of decomposition of a substance by means of an electric current - 3. As he doesn’t remember - 4. Copper or silver - 5. Immersion of metals into acidified bath - 6. An acidified bath - 7. To prepare models for inlays, crown and bridges - 8. The positive charge is called cation; the one with negative charge is called anion - 9. Yes, it can - 10. Yes, they are

Practice – pages 182 and 183

Exercise 1 1. would - 2. should - 3. would - 4. should - 5. would - 6. should - 7. would - 8. would - 9. should

Exercise 2 1. should not / shouldn’t - 2. would not / wouldn’t - 3. should not / shouldn’t - 4. should not / shouldn’t - 5. would not / wouldn’t - 6. would not / wouldn’t - 7. should not / shouldn’t - 8. should not / shouldn’t - 9. would not / wouldn’t

Exercise 3 1. would - 1. would - 1. Would - 1. Would - 1. Would - 1. Should - 1. Would - 1. should - 1. would

Exercise 4 1. should have - 2. would have - 3. would have - 4. would should have - 5. would have - 6. would have - 7. would have - 8. should have - 9. would have

Exercise 5 1. should not have told - 2. should not have worn - 3. would not have met - 4. would not got wet - 5. wouldn’t have passed - 6. would not have listened - 7. would not have been - 8. would not have missed - 9. would not have bought - 10. shouldn’t have called

Exercise 6 1. would - 2. was going - 3. would - 4. would - 5. would - 6. would - 7. were going to - 8. would - 9. would - 10. would

Exercise 7 1. were - 2. had - 3. knew - 4. had - 5. was - 6. was - 7. spoke - 8. helped - 9. was - 10. had Exercise 8 1. would like - 2. like - 3. don’t like - 4. Would / like - 5. likes - 6. would /like - 7. would like - 8. like

Exercise 9 1. isn’t she - 2. can’t he - 3. have they - 4. hasn’t he - 5. wouldn’t you - 6. are you - 7. didn’t she - 8. don’t they - 9. shouldn’t you - 10. could he - 11. haven’t you

Exercise 10 1. I thought Mary would have phoned me - 2. Mrs Dale would buy all in that shop - 3. God bless you - 4. I would like to visit those places - 5. What would you like to do in the week end? - 6. Mary is studying with you today, isn’t she? - 7. I would have seen all of his / her films. I wish!

FROM THE MUSIC WORLD – page 185

1. Blue: would … know - would… show - would … know - would… show - 2. Red: would have never thought - 3. It means faith or hope in Swahili - 4. She was a model - 5. Yes, she did - 6. No, she wouldn’t - 7. Because her paren- ts didn’t listen to music, she had never studied music and her voice annoyed her - 8. It’s “Shape of a Broken Heart” - 9. It comes from a drawing she made with closed eyes - 10. It’s “You Will Never Know”

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