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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 4

1 Friends

a)

directed (George Lucas)

1

b)

won (answer will vary)

a)

Where are you from?

c)

border (Albania, Serbia, Bulgaria, Greece)

b)

What do you do?

d)

live (approximately 60 million)

c)

Where do you live?

e)

sang (Freddie Mercury/Queen)

d)

How long have you lived there?

e)

Do you speak English?

f)

Are you studying English at the moment?

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g)

Have you ever been to the UK?

a)

on

h)

Can you speak any other languages?

b)

with

i)

Are you married?

c)

for

j)

Have you got any children?

d)

in

k)

What do you do in the evenings?

e)

into

l)

What did you do last night?

f)

to

m) Are you going out / Are you going to go out / Will you go out tonight?

6 a)

When did John Lennon and Paul McCartney first meet?

(I’m from) Spain / Poland.

b)

How old was Paul McCartney at the time?

b)

I’m a student / teacher.

c)

What was John Lennon doing at the event?

c)

(I live in) Madrid / Gdansk.

d)

d)

(For) six years / all my life.

What was his band called? / What was the name of his band?

e)

Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.

e)

What was Paul McCartney looking for at the time?

f)

Yes, I am. / No, I’m not.

f)

g)

Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.

h)

Yes, I can. / No, I can’t.

Who introduced them to each other? / Who introduced John Lennon and Paul McCartney to each other?

i)

Yes, I am. / No, I’m not.

g)

Who invited Paul to join the band?

j)

Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.

h)

k)

I (like to) go out with friends / watch TV.

When did they first play live together? / When did John Lennon and Paul McCartney first play live together?

l)

I stayed at home / went to the cinema.

i)

When did they/the band change their name to The Beatles?

2

Student’s own answers, for example

a)

m) Yes, I am. / No, I’m not. 3

Student’s own answers.

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key g)

I don’t always have time to read.

2 Relax (1) 1 a)

I usually go to the gym twice a week. / Usually I go to the gym twice a week. / I go to the gym twice a week usually.

b)

I normally go jogging every evening. / Normally I go jogging every evening. / I go jogging every evening normally.

c)

I am occasionally late for work. / Occasionally I am late for work. / I am late for work occasionally.

d)

I never cook my own dinner.

e)

I have always been a terrible cook.

f)

My housemate is usually happy to cook for me. / Usually my housemate is happy to cook for me. / My housemate is happy to cook for me usually.

g)

He’s always cooking the most amazing meals.

h)

From time to time we have a take-away meal. / We have a take-away meal from time to time.

i)

Generally I am in bed by ten every night. / I am in bed by ten every night generally.

j)

I normally try to visit my parents every weekend. / Normally I try to visit my parents every weekend. / I try to visit my parents every weekend normally.

k)

My parents are always pleased to see me.

2 a)

Andy has always been interested in music.

b)

We generally go shopping every weekend. / We go shopping every weekend generally.

c)

My computer hardly ever crashes.

d)

Sam doesn’t normally drink coffee. / Normally Sam doesn’t drink coffee. / Normally Sam doesn’t drink coffee.

e)

I am usually tired at the end of the day. / Usually I’m tired by the end of the day.

f)

Harry will always help you if he can.

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 3 a)

How often do you go on holiday?

b)

We normally go two or three times a year. / Normally we go two or three times a year. / We go two or three times a year normally.

c)

Where do you usually go?

d)

We generally go to a beach, but… / We go to a beach generally, but…

e)

we sometimes have a city holiday. / We have a city holiday sometimes. / Sometimes we have a city holiday. And…

f)

we always visit my parents in New York once a year. / Once a year we always visit my parents in New York.

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Student’s own answers, for example

a)

Several times a day.

b)

Once every two months.

c)

Usually every day.

d)

Normally three or four times a year.

e)

Usually several times a week.

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Student’s own answers, for example

a)

Have a coffee.

b)

Go shopping.

c)

Go jogging.

d)

Go to the cinema.

e)

Go on holiday.

f)

Drink champagne.

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 2 Relax (2) 1 a)

has worked

b)

eat out

c)

’s playing

d)

are you eating

e)

’ve eaten

f)

’s left

g)

’m listening

h)

’m learning

2 a)

do (you) work

work

’m working

b)

Do (you) live

’ve lived

c)

Have (you) lost

’ve lost

d)

Do (you) play

play

e)

have you phoned

’m phoning

f)

Does (it) rain

has(n’t) rained

g)

’m looking

Have (you) looked

’re playing

3 a)

He’s playing a computer game.

b)

He plays the guitar.

c)

He’s lying down.

d)

He’s broken his leg.

e)

He likes jazz.

f)

He reads travel books.

g)

He’s read the newspaper.

h)

He’s listening to the radio.

i)

He drinks coffee.

j)

He’s making a coffee.

k)

He’s done the washing up.

l)

He does yoga.

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 4

3 Dating (1)

a)

has been

1

b)

started

a)

since

c)

decided

b)

for

d)

displayed

c)

since

e)

liked

d)

since

f)

saw

e)

since

g)

has been

f)

for

h)

went up

g)

for

i)

has been

h)

since

j)

had

i)

since

k)

have/’ve been

j)

for

l)

has been

k)

since

m) have/’ve already had

l)

for

2

Student’s own answers, for example

a)

I’ve lived in my house for ten years / all my life / since 2004.

b)

I’ve had a computer for five years / since Christmas.

c)

I’ve studied English for six months / for 10 years / since 2003.

d)

I haven’t had a holiday for years / since last year / since the summer.

3 a)

’ve known

met

b)

started

’ve played / ’ve been playing

c)

’ve had

bought

d)

moved

’ve lived

e)

haven’t had

had

f)

saw

haven’t seen

g)

have (you) been did (you) get

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 3 Dating (2)

e)

Yes, he tends/does tend to be a bad loser at times.

f)

Well, it’s not particularly cheap, that’s for sure.

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Student’s own answers.

6

Student’s own answers.

1 a)

I’m a little impulsive at times.

b)

Sam tends to be a little oversensitive at times.

c)

My boyfriend can be a bit stubborn at times.

d)

The shop assistant wasn’t particularly helpful.

e)

Harry can be rather rude some of the time.

f)

Our new teacher isn’t exactly friendly.

2 a)

Anna tends to be a little childish at times.

b)

Patrick tends to get rather overexcited at times.

c)

Peter can be a bit aggressive some of the time.

d)

Linda can get a little angry at times.

e)

Ron tends to be quite outspoken a lot of the time.

3 a)

He wasn’t particularly/exactly friendly.

b)

He’s not particularly/exactly generous.

c)

They’re not particularly/exactly rich.

d)

The film wasn’t particularly/exactly interesting.

e)

The food isn’t particularly/exactly hot.

f)

The journey was not particularly/exactly relaxing.

g)

He’s not particularly/exactly intelligent.

h)

She didn’t particularly/exactly make us feel welcome.

4 a)

Yes, he isn’t exactly outgoing, that’s for sure.

b)

Yes, he can be a little sensitive at times.

c)

Yes, she can be rather moody at times.

d)

Yes, it wasn’t exactly useful, that’s for sure.

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 5

Student’s own answers.

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Student’s own answers.

4 Adrenalin (1) 1 a)

brilliant

b)

terrible

c)

hilarious

d)

thrilled

e)

furious

2 a)

He’s very tired.

He’s absolutely exhausted.

b)

She’s very cold.

She’s absolutely freezing.

c)

He’s very hot.

He’s absolutely boiling.

d)

It’s very big.

It’s absolutely enormous.

e)

It’s very small.

It’s absolutely minute.

f)

She’s very hungry. She’s absolutely starving.

3 a)

+

b)

+

c)

d)

e)

+

f)

4 a)

absolutely

b)

absolutely

c)

totally

d)

appalling

e)

bad

f)

fairly

g)

totally

h)

exciting

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 4 Adrenalin (2)

6

1

a)

became

a)

met

was working

b)

set

b)

didn’t go out

was raining

c)

took up

c)

saw were waiting

were (you) doing went

d)

won

e)

entered

f)

has been

2

g)

opened

a)

Have (you ever) been went

h)

was working

b)

Have (you) seen

haven’t seen

i)

brought

c)

Have (you) had Have (you) been thought

went went was

j)

has since become

k)

has also been

l)

has attended

3 a)

Have you ever been to the USA?

b)

Have you ever been to France?

c)

Have you ever done a bungee jump?

d)

Have you ever met a famous person?

4

Student’s own answers, for example

a)

No, I haven’t. Yes, I have. I went to New York two years ago.

b)

No, I haven’t. Yes, I have. I went there last year.

c)

No, I haven’t. Yes, I have. I did one last summer.

d)

No, I haven’t. Yes, I have. I met Ronaldino in Barcelona in April.

5

Student’s own answers, for example

a)

I was chatting with my flatmates.

b)

I was sending an e-mail.

c)

I was having breakfast.

d)

I was studying English.

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 4

4 Adrenalin (3)

a)

Table tennis is far more popular than tennis.

1

b)

Table tennis is a little bit/slightly more popular than badminton.

c)

Badminton is much/a lot more popular than tennis.

d)

Football is much/a lot more popular than rugby.

e)

Tennis is a little bit/slightly more popular than baseball.

f)

Volleyball is by far the most popular (sport in the world).

a)

cheaper

b)

more interesting

c)

earlier

d)

less crowded

e)

easier

f)

more careful

g)

nearer

2 a)

the worst

b)

the best

c)

the funniest

d)

the laziest

f)

the most beautiful

3 a)

The most popular as popular as

b)

The most dangerous as dangerous as / more dangerous than

c)

The heaviest

d)

the tallest taller than the tallest

e)

The furthest

f)

slower than / as slow as

g)

The most popular more popular than most popular

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key j)

I met a girl the other day who/that says she knows you.

5 Kids (1) 1

4

a)

who/that cheated

b)

which/that escaped

c)

a)

Here’s the book which/that you wanted to borrow.

who/that founded

b)

This is my friend who lives in New York.

d)

who/that won

c)

e)

which/that was stolen

There’s that lovely hotel which/that we stayed in last year.

d)

Where’s the picture which/that used to be here?

e)

This is my friend who/that I was telling you about.

2 a)

who/that doesn’t eat any animal products.

b)

where people write messages and ask questions.

f)

Here’s the £20 which/that you lent to me last week.

c)

who/that looks after your children while you are out.

g)

There’s that guy who/that I met at the party.

h)

d)

which/that advertise things.

Have you seen the book which/that was on the table.

e)

whose husband has died.

i)

f)

who/that doesn’t believe in God.

Here’s the photo which/that I was talking about earlier.

g)

when shops sell things at a reduced price.

j)

I met a girl the other day who/that says she knows you.

h)

where children go under the age of five.

3 a)

Here’s the book which/that you wanted to borrow.

b)

This is my friend who/that lives in New York.

c)

There’s that lovely hotel which/that we stayed in last year.

d)

Where’s the picture which/that used to be here?

e)

This is my friend who/that I was telling you about.

f)

Here’s the £20 which/that you lent to me last week.

g)

There’s that guy who/that I met at the party.

h)

Have you seen the book which/that was on the table?

i)

Here’s the photo which/that I was talking about earlier.

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key b) I didn’t use to have a mobile phone.

5 Kids (2)

c) I would go to the beach every weekend.

1 a)

There used to be a cinema.

b)

There didn’t use to be an internet café.

c)

There used to be a post office.

d)

There used to be a park.

e)

There didn’t use to be a car park.

f)

There didn’t use to be a mini-market.

2 a)

He didn’t use to be

b)

He used to be

c)

He used to play

d)

He didn’t use to go

e)

He didn’t use to have

f)

He used to eat

3 a)

He would play computer games.

b)

He would eat in front of the TV.

4 a)

Did he use to play computer games all day? Yes, he did.

b)

Did he use to the gym? No, he didn’t.

c)

Did he use to eat in front of the TV? Yes, he did.

d)

Did he use to be a couch potato? Yes, he did.

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Student’s own answers, using Yes, I do. No, I don’t. or No, but I used to.

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Student’s own answers, for example

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 6 News 1 a)

has been stolen

b)

is going to be closed

c)

was broken into last night Was (anything) taken

d)

is made in Oxford

e)

is being questioned (by the police)

f)

has been postponed

2 a)

has been jailed

b)

have been killed

c)

has been banned

d)

hasn’t been claimed

e)

has been expelled

f)

has been stolen

3 a)

have been rescued

b)

was found

c)

were found

d)

was destroyed / had been destroyed

e)

was arrested

f)

was also charged / has also been charged

g)

was bitten / had been bitten

h)

has now been released

i)

have been printed

j)

is written

k)

is spelled/spelt / has been spelt/spelled

l)

will be printed / are going to be printed

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 6

Student’s own answers.

7 Party 1

a)

3

b)

3

c)

2

d)

1

e)

2

2 a)

’ll get

b)

’ll do

c)

’ll call

d)

’ll help

e)

won’t tell

3 a)

’m going to see

b)

’m going to have

c)

’s going to look

d)

Are (you) going to watch

’m watching

4 a)

’s coming

b)

are (you) doing

’m playing

c)

are (you) going

’re staying

5 a)

’ll have

b)

’ll show

c)

’re having

d)

’m going to get

e)

’ll get

f)

’m (just) going to take

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key d)

She says she doesn’t understand what’s happened.

9 Soap (1) 1

5

a)

said

b)

told

c)

told

d)

said

a)

to wait a minute

b)

to go away

c)

not to be so silly

d)

to hang on

e)

to be quiet

2 a)

They asked me why I wanted to be an actor.

b)

I said that I thought I had a natural talent for it.

c)

They asked me if I’d done much acting.

d)

I told them (that) I’d been in a few school plays.

e)

They asked me if I’d got a favourite actor.

f)

I told them (that) I didn’t really have one particular favourite actor…

g)

… but I said (that) I quite liked Matt LeBlanc and Jennifer Aniston from ‘Friends’

h)

They asked me what I thought of today’s TV soaps.

i)

I told them (that) I thought most of them were rubbish. I said (that) I thought most of them were rubbish.

j)

They asked me where I saw myself 10 years from now.

k)

I told them (that) I’d be living in LA having the time of my life. I said (that) I’d be living in LA having the time of my life.

3

Student’s own answers.

4 a)

Tom says he’ll be with us in a minute.

b)

He says he won’t tell anyone.

c)

Mark tells me Sam’s got a new boyfriend.

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 6

9 Soap (2)

a)

will have risen

1

b)

will be

a)

’ll be driving

c)

will remain

b)

’ll have arrived

d)

will have overtaken

c)

will have finished

e)

will be living / will live

d)

’ll be having

f)

will hit

e)

’ll have had

g)

will cross

f)

’ll be visiting

h)

will come

g)

’ll be driving

i)

will be

j)

will be monitoring

k)

will have put

2

Student’s own answers, for example, At 8.30, I’ll be driving to work. At 2 o’clock, I’ll have had lunch. At 7.00 I’ll be doing my homework. At midnight, I’ll have gone to bed.

3 a)

Do you think you’ll (still) be studying

b)

Do you think you’ll go out or Do you think you’ll be going out

c)

Do you think you’ll (ever) live

d)

Do you think you’ll get or Do you think you’ll have got

e)

Do you think you’ll (still) be doing

4

Student’s own answers.

5

Student’s own answers.

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key g)

have to

10 Time 1 a)

2

b)

1

c)

4

d)

3

2 a)

can’t

b)

don’t have to

c)

can’t

d)

have to

e)

can

f)

have to

g)

can’t

have to

3 a)

can’t smoke

b)

can smoke

c)

must/have to leave

d)

don’t have to have

e)

can have

f)

can’t have

g)

don’t have to pay

h)

can pay

i)

can’t pay

4

a)

must

b)

have to

c)

must

d)

must

e)

have to

f)

must

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 11 Journey (1) 1 a)

can’t

could

must

b)

might

can’t

must

c)

can’t must might/could must

might/could

2 a)

must be joking

must be mad

b)

must be ill

c)

must be really pleased

d)

must be exhausted

e)

must be out

f)

must be here

3 a)

can’t be too bad

b)

can’t be much further

c)

can’t be too ill

d)

can’t be serious

e)

can’t be hungry.

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 11 Journey (2)

5

Student’s own answers.

a)

I’d keep it. I wouldn’t take it to the police. I wouldn’t keep it. I’d take it to the police.

b)

I’d read it. I wouldn’t return it without reading it. I wouldn’t read it. I’d return it without reading it.

c)

I’d keep the money. I wouldn’t tell the shop assistant. I wouldn’t keep the money. I’d tell the shop assistant.

d)

I’d claim the prize. I wouldn’t give it to the lottery company. I wouldn’t claim the prize. I’d give it to the lottery company.

e)

I’d keep it. I wouldn’t sell it. I wouldn’t keep it. I’d sell it.

f)

I’d keep quiet. I wouldn’t tell the teacher. I wouldn’t talk to my classmate. I wouldn’t keep quiet. I’d tell the teacher. I wouldn’t talk to my classmate. I wouldn’t keep quiet. I wouldn’t tell the teacher. I’d talk to my classmate.

6

Student’s own answers, for example

a)

I’d hate to be poor and not have enough to eat.

b)

I’d never get a tattoo.

c)

In an ideal world, everyone would have enough food and money.

d)

I’d love to be a millionaire.

e)

You’d never catch me wearing jeans.

7

Student’s own answers.

1 a)

I’d take

I’d travel

b)

I’d buy

c)

I’d give up

d)

I’d go

e)

I’d spend

2

Student’s own answers.

3 a)

Would you ever have

b)

Would you ever shave

c)

Would you ever have

d)

Would you ever live

e)

Would you ever eat

f)

Would you ever lie

4

Student’s own answers.

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 11 Journey (3) 1 a)

I’d just arrived

b)

I’d just got off

c)

I’d just finished

d)

We’d just met / I’d just met her

e)

I’d just eaten

f)

It/we had just taken off

2 a)

I’d already eaten.

b)

He’d already left

c)

it had gone

d)

we hadn’t seen

e)

They had sold out

3 a)

didn’t (particularly) want

b)

did

c)

’d always wanted

d)

’d just finished

e)

’d made

f)

’d had

g)

began

h)

panicked

i)

thought

j)

had come back/came back

k)

realized

l)

had worked

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 4

12 Basics

a)

are

1

b)

is

a)

C

k) C

c)

is

b)

U

l)

U

d)

are

c)

C

m) U

e)

are

d)

U

n) U

f)

is

e)

U

o) U

g)

are

f)

U

p) C

g)

U

q) U

5

h)

U

r) U

a)

a loaf of

i)

C

s) U

b)

a slice of

j)

C

t)

c)

a carton of

d)

a bar of

e)

a bunch of

f)

a box of

g)

a packet of

2

U

Student’s own answers.

3 a)

accommodation

h)

a can of

b)

meals

i)

a pair of

c)

vegetables

j)

an item of

d)

luggage

e)

information

6

f)

equipment

a)

much

g)

people

b)

a little

h)

traffic

c)

much

a little

i)

advice

d)

many

not many

j)

suggestions

e)

a little

much

k)

ideas

f)

much

not much

a few

l)

homework

g)

much

not much

a few

7

Student’s own answers.

not much

a few

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 5

13 Communication

a)

You can’t get in unless you have a ticket.

1

b)

I’m going out tonight unless I get too much homework.

c)

Unless it starts raining, we’ll go for a walk later.

d)

We’ll be with you at six if we don’t get delayed.

6

Student’s own answers.

a)

play stupid

b)

you are asked

c)

you will never put your foot in it

d)

you’re just not going fast enough

e)

it’s research

f)

you are not rich

g)

try ignorance

2 a)

a)

g)

b)

b)

e)

c)

d)

d)

c)

f)

3 a)

’ll pick

like

b)

’m going to see

have

c)

keeps

gets

d)

don’t hurry

won’t get

e)

does (Frank) bother

speaks

f)

’ve answered

g)

got

were

4 a)

wait

b)

Give

c)

leave

d)

send

e)

Let

f)

ask

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 14 Style (1) 1 a)

a white sleeveless t-shirt.

b)

old baggy jeans.

c)

brand-new white Nike trainers.

d)

a back-to-front black baseball cap.

2 a)

black and white stripy

b)

black knee-length

c)

white high-heeled

d)

flowery sun

3 a)

incredible 1000-year-old

b)

unusual 1960s

c)

delightful wooden beach

d)

lovely old whitewashed

e)

disgusting silver and gold plastic

f)

amazing bright-pink leather

4 a)

big baggy

b)

massive five-year

c)

huge technological

d)

enormous old American

e)

lovely little old

5

Student’s own answers.

6

Student’s own answers.

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 14 Style (2)

5

Student’s own answers, for example

a)

If only I could, I’d go to the beach this afternoon.

b)

If I had the time, I’d go shopping this afternoon.

c)

It wouldn’t surprise me if Brazil won the next World Cup.

1 a)

I wish I didn’t live in London.

b)

I wish I could afford to move to a nicer area.

c)

I wish I’d got a car.

d)

I wish I knew more people.

d)

If I were you, I’d keep on studying hard.

e)

I wish it didn’t rain all the time.

f)

f)

I wish it wasn’t raining now.

If I had the chance, I’d love to live in the USA.

g)

I wish I had more money.

g)

If I had the money, I’d never work ever again.

h)

I wish my job wasn’t so boring.

i)

I wish it was the weekend.

2

Student’s own answers, for example I wish it was the weekend. I wish I could speak better English. I wish I had more money.

6 a)

Had done

b)

had

c)

didn’t

3 a)

had

’d wear

b)

could

’d give up

c)

‘d go out didn’t have

d)

‘d love

was

e)

earned

wouldn’t be

4 a)

I wish I could

If I were you, I’d talk

b)

I wish I enjoyed

If I were you, I’d think

c)

I wish I had

If I were you, I’d get

d)

I wish I could

If I were you, I’d join

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 15 Age (1) 1 a)

I wish I knew more people.

b)

I wish someone would speak to me.

c)

I wish I could dance.

d)

I wish the music was better.

e)

I wish I’d stayed at home.

f)

I wish it wasn’t raining today.

g)

I wish I’d brought my umbrella.

h)

I wish I watched the weather forecast.

i)

I wish I lived somewhere else.

j)

I wish the lesson was more interesting.

k)

I wish I’d done my homework last night.

l)

I wish I wasn’t here.

m) I wish I was playing basketball outside. 2 a)

I wish I hadn’t drunk so much last night.

b)

If only you’d told me earlier.

c)

I wish we lived nearer to each other.

d)

If only Anna wasn’t feeling unwell.

e)

I wish I was/were 10 years younger.

f)

I imagine he wishes he’d spoken to her.

3

Student’s own answers.

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 15 Age (2) 1 a)

hadn’t missed

b)

’d met

c)

didn’t have

d)

hadn’t stayed

e)

wouldn’t have failed

f)

’d told

g)

would’ve got

h)

wouldn’t be

i)

were

2 a)

If it wasn’t raining, we could go for a walk.

b)

If I’d seen him, I’d have asked him.

c)

If you hadn’t lost the key, we’d be able to get in the house.

d)

If I didn’t like their music, I wouldn’t have bought their CD.

e)

If I was feeling better, I’d go out tonight.

3 a)

If Brad hadn’t dropped out of university, he wouldn’t have started acting.

b)

If he hadn’t started acting, he wouldn’t have moved to Los Angeles.

c)

If he hadn’t moved to Los Angeles, he wouldn’t have got a small role in a Hollywood film.

d)

If he hadn’t got a small role in a Hollywood film, he wouldn’t have gone on to become rich and famous.

e)

If he hadn’t become rich and famous, he wouldn’t have gone out with lots of famous movie stars.

4

Student’s own answers.

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Inside Out Intermediate Grammar Companion Key 5 a)

3

b)

6

c)

1

d)

2

e)

4 or 5

f)

4 or 5

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