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Select Readings Upper-Intermediate: Student Book | United States | Oxford University Press . Our discounted price list (PDF). Key features Read more. Select Readings books for Kids by Oxford Download for free American English reading skills series Select Readings Second Edition Upper-Intermediate Tests . Upper-Intermediate Chapter 1. Print-and-go Test · Print-and-go Answer Key · Customizable Test · Customizable Answer Key.

Yesterday was a rainy day we managed to have fun anyway. Our neighborhood has several great restaurants Chinese, Indian, Mexican, and Thai. Tom and Sara enjoy playing mahjong a Chinese board game.

There might be a good movie on television they usually show good films on Saturdays. Why does the author feel it is important for supervisors to be good listeners?

Give three suggestions for becoming a good listener. Sentences Relative Clauses 1. Most college students do not go out on blind dates. The fact is not surprising. Many of the jokes are based on stereotypes. Stereotypes are especially cruel and unfair.

In fact, many ideas cannot be proved. People are unable to distinguish a circle from a square. What are three examples of commonly held stereotypes?

In what two ways are stereotypes harmful? Use each modifier only once. What is the main reason Russian women are seeking husbands in other countries? Describe two ways things can go badly wrong in international cyber-relationships. Give two reasons American students are concerned about the nutritional value of foods. What do health officials believe to be the underlying cause of compulsive overeating and undereating? In what way does the author feel that games have become a universal language?

Give two examples of the benefits of playing interactive video games. Example: dangerous: a. Example: Wei-Ling disagrees with some rules. The rules prohibit cell phones. Wei-Ling disagrees with rules prohibiting cell phones. The students agreed to enforce a new rule. The rule banned the use of cell phones on campus. Most people have good manners. The audience listened closely to the presentation.

The presentation gives advice on how to get rich quick. Some people talk very loudly on their cell phones. Those people can be irritating. The law is expected to reduce violent crime. The law makes the sale of handguns illegal.

Why has the use of cell phones become so widespread? Give two reasons. Describe two problems caused by the use of cell phones in public places. Then, choose words from the chart to complete the sentences that follow.

Noun Verb Adjective Adverb envy envy 1. What is the main difference between a person who enjoys reading and a person who does not?

Add the before the word if necessary. Some words will not be used. PART B: Language Focus 5 points Complete the sentences below with the active or passive future perfect form of the verb in parentheses. How will scientists know if thinking beings actually exist elsewhere in the Galaxy? Describe two ways in which aliens from a technologically advanced civilization might try to help us.

Part A: Vocabulary 1. Answers will vary. How does Part B: Language Focus it feel?

Educated Part B: Language Focus 1. Yesterday was a rainy day; we managed to have Part B: Language Focus fun anyway. The fact 2. Our neighborhood has several good restaurants: 2. The fact 3. Tom and Sarah enjoy playing mahjong—a 4. The fact 4. There might be a good movie on television; they usually show good films on Saturdays.

Part C: Comprehension Answers will vary. The fact that most people have some prejudices 5.

Many of the jokes that we hear every day are based on stereotypes. Part C: Comprehension 4. Stereotypes which pre-judge people based on Answers will vary. In fact, many ideas that we believe to be true cannot be proved.

People who recover their eyesight after many years are unable to distinguish a circle from a square. World Wide 6. The discovery 4. The students agreed to enforce a new rule 1. Most people have good manners, including 3. The audience listened closely to the presentation 5.

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People talking very loudly on their cell phones Part C: Comprehension can be irritating. The law making the sales of handguns illegal is expected to reduce violent crime. Carl Ally is… 2. The purpose of the coin punch… 6. By changing perspective… Page 19 Building Vocabulary A. These are suggested answers. The orchestra wanted to tell the Duke that they 7 He quit the company… wanted a vacation.

Pages 11—12 A. What Gutenberg did A. I started working… 4. I was set on course… F 4. The working day… F 5. Very few employees… F 6. Many company employees… O 7. My life is still busy… O 8. I think I would have… B. Hindu surgeons experimented… Page 21 I 5. Sean McCormack is the first… A. Reconstructive surgery has allowed… 1. Sean will never have problems… 2. Because he was used to looking after 2. They wanted him to live… 2.

Because they must first pay off their debts. He is pleased… 3.

They are thinking of opting out of this 5. She is happy… lifestyle. Meaning: something surgeons wear 2. Meaning: taken from 4.

Meaning: fade away, disappear Page 24 Reason: following sentence 1 u p Language Focus 2 c n Page 33 r i 3 4 o l a i d o n A. The practice of medicine could be 8 9 a s p a y o f f revolutionized by tissue regeneration. His parents worried that he might be killed 10 c o l l e a g u e s t by the baseball.

In the near future, doctors may use h t t e injectable tissue to repair damaged bones. Vacanti believes… F 2. Of the 50, Americans… T 3. In Dr. Most college students do not go out on blind dates. The fact is not surprising. Many of the jokes are based on stereotypes.

Stereotypes are especially cruel and unfair. In fact, many ideas cannot be proved. People are unable to distinguish a circle from a square. What are three examples of commonly held stereotypes? In what two ways are stereotypes harmful?

Vocabulary 5 points Choose a word from the box to complete each sentence below. Use each modifier only once. The fact Example: What is the main reason Russian women are seeking husbands in other countries?

Describe two ways things can go badly wrong in international cyber-relationships. Vocabulary 5 points Match the boldfaced expressions in the sentences on the left with their meanings on the right.

Language Focus 5 points Write that, what, or why to begin the reported speech clause in each of the sentences below. Give two reasons American students are concerned about the nutritional value of foods. What do health officials believe to be the underlying cause of compulsive overeating and undereating? Vocabulary 5 points Complete each sentence using a compound word created from two words from the box below. Language Focus 5 points Circle the best form of the verb to complete each sentence below.

In what way does the author feel that games have become a universal language? Give two examples of the benefits of playing interactive video games. Vocabulary 5 points For each item below, circle the best synonym for the boldfaced word.

Language Focus 5 points Combine each pair of sentences below into a sentence containing a reduced relative clause. Wei-Ling disagrees with some rules. The rules prohibit cell phones. Wei-Ling disagrees with rules prohibiting cell phones. The students agreed to enforce a new rule. The rule banned the use of cell phones on campus. Most people have good manners.

Select Readings: Upper-Intermediate

The audience listened closely to the presentation. The presentation gives advice on how to get rich quick. Some people talk very loudly on their cell phones. Those people can be irritating. The law is expected to reduce violent crime. The law makes the sale of handguns illegal. Why has the use of cell phones become so widespread? Give two reasons. Describe two problems caused by the use of cell phones in public places. Vocabulary 5 points Complete the chart below by adding the missing word forms.

Then, choose words from the chart to complete the sentences that follow. Noun Verb Adjective Adverb envy envy 1. Language Focus 5 points Write like, as, between, or from in the blanks to complete the sentences below. What is the main difference between a person who enjoys reading and a person who does not? Vocabulary 5 points Choose a word from the box below to complete each sentence. Add the before the word if necessary.

Some words will not be used. Language Focus 5 points Complete the sentences below with the active or passive future perfect form of the verb in parentheses. How will scientists know if thinking beings actually exist elsewhere in the Galaxy? Describe two ways in which aliens from a technologically advanced civilization might try to help us.

Part A: Vocabulary 1. Vocabulary 2. Language Focus 1. Language Focus 2.

Comprehension Part C: Comprehension Answers will vary. Answers will vary. How does Part B: Language Focus it feel? Comprehension that training kicked in at the right time. Educated Part B: Yesterday was a rainy day; we managed to have Part B: Language Focus fun anyway. The fact 2. Our neighborhood has several good restaurants: The fact 3. Tom and Sarah enjoy playing mahjong—a 4. The fact 4. There might be a good movie on television; they usually show good films on Saturdays.

Last week we saw The Pianist—the true story of Part C: Part C: Vocabulary 5. Language Focus 4. The fact that most people have some prejudices 5.

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Many of the jokes that we hear every day are based on stereotypes. Comprehension 4. Stereotypes which pre-judge people based on Answers will vary. In fact, many ideas that we believe to be true cannot be proved. People who recover their eyesight after many years are unable to distinguish a circle from a square.

Vocabulary Part A: World Wide 6. Language Focus Part B: Calls Part A: The discovery 4. The students agreed to enforce a new rule 1. Most people have good manners, including 3. The audience listened closely to the presentation 5. People talking very loudly on their cell phones Part C: Comprehension can be irritating. The law making the sales of handguns illegal is expected to reduce violent crime.

Carl Ally is… 2. The purpose of the coin punch… 6. By changing perspective… Page 19 Building Vocabulary A. These are suggested answers. The orchestra wanted to tell the Duke that they 7 He quit the company… wanted a vacation.

Pages 11—12 A. What Gutenberg did A. I started working… 4. I was set on course… F 4. The working day… F 5. Very few employees… F 6. Many company employees… O 7. My life is still busy… O 8. I think I would have… B. Hindu surgeons experimented… Page 21 I 5. Sean McCormack is the first… A. Reconstructive surgery has allowed… 1. Sean will never have problems… 2. Because he was used to looking after 2. They wanted him to live… 2.

Because they must first pay off their debts. He is pleased… 3. They are thinking of opting out of this 5. She is happy… lifestyle. The practice of medicine could be 8 9 a s p a y o f f revolutionized by tissue regeneration.

His parents worried that he might be killed 10 c o l l e a g u e s t by the baseball. In the near future, doctors may use h t t e injectable tissue to repair damaged bones. Vacanti believes… F 2. Of the 50, Americans… T 3. In Dr. Example Meaning 1. Pages 41—42 3.

North Korea did not ignore… 5. World Cup … B. Speaker Description b. Oliver Kahn German goalkeeper c. Po Soon Bun Korean grandmother 2. Reading Skill Page 43 A. Main Idea: The skills of the Brazilian team… 1. The Brazilian team won the tournament. Ronaldo scored two goals in the final.Example: Wei-Ling disagrees with some rules.

It helped Brazilians forget their problems. People talking very loudly on their cell phones Part C: The rules prohibit cell phones. The law making the sales of handguns illegal is expected to reduce violent crime.

Good luck at the Olympics. Tom and Sara enjoy playing mahjong a Chinese board game. The rules prohibit cell phones. I was set on course… F 4.

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