3d - (ответы)

1. Match the words in the two columns. Then use the phrases in their correct form to complete the sentences.



1. This painting is a collection of individual images put together to form a new picture.
2. Of course the circles in the picture aren't moving! Your eyes are playing tricks on you!
3. Children's stories teach young children important lessons about life and the world around them.
4. Patrick thinks that slipping on a banana peel and falling down is funny, but I fail to see the humour in the situation.
5. Janet is having lots of fun with her new toys; she hasn't stopped playing all morning!
6. The artist has used natural shades of blue and green to paint this country scence.




2. Fill in: in, at, about.

1. I don't think we should talk about this anymore.
2. You many think that Sophie is distant and arrogant but in reality, she's just shy.
3. Yhey'll never agree on this; just see things in a completely different way.
4. Stop staring at people! It's very rude.
5. There's nice cafe at the end of the street, do you want to go and grab a cup of coffee?
6. She didn't recognise me at first, but when I told her my name she remembered who I was.
7. Chris has taken care of everything, there's nothing to worry about.




3. Underline the correct item.

1. A: Do you think this painting is an original?
B: No, it can't be. The original is in a museum in Paris.

2. A: Are you coming to the art museum with as?
B: I may come. I haven't decided yet.

3. A: Is that an oil painting?
B: It must be. That artist only worked with oil.

4. A: Did the artist Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir ever meet? 
B: They must have. Renoir painted a portrait of Monet in 1875.

5. A: Is that portrait of a man or woman?
B: I'm not sure, I think it may be of a man.



4. Correct the sentences. Use: a fantasy, minds, process, a shadow, illusions.

1. Optical illusions can force the eyes to see things in a different way.
2. Wherever Tommy goes, his puppy follows like a shadow.
3. Albert Einstein was certainly one of the finest minds of modern science.
4. Jason believes his painting will fetch 20,000 euros. He really lives in a fantasy.
5. Discovering new tings and developing critical thinking are part of the learning process.