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New Headway Pre-Intermediate Test Booklet Note to the teacher This booklet contains • 14 Unit Tests which revise the corresponding unit in New Headway Pre-Intermediate Student’s Book. There are two versions (A and B) of each test. They cover the same material, but have been reorganized to allow easier administration of the tests in the classroom. Each test has a total score of 100. • An optional listening exercise at the back of the book for each unit, using the recordings from the Student’s Book. • An Answer key for all the exercises.

These tests may be photocopied freely for classroom use. They may not be adapted, printed, or sold without the permission of Oxford University Press.


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Test A

1 Complete the conversation with question words from the

2 Make these statements into questions.

box. Use each word once.

where

what

who

what

when

which

where

how

how

why

1 Julia can dance well. Can Julia dance well? 2 Girls study more than boys. 3 He’s living in Warsaw. 4 Ian plays football for Arsenal.

whose 5 They watch television every night. Emma and Gary meet at a party. They haven’t met for five years. Gary Emma Gary Emma Gary Emma Gary Emma Gary Emma Gary Emma Gary Emma Gary Emma Gary Emma Gary Emma Gary Emma

Emma! Hi! Do you remember me? How nice to see you! Gary! (1) ______ You look great! Yes, I’m very well. (2)______ are you? Fine, thanks. (3)______ are you living now? I’m living here, in east London. Do you still work in the Post Office? No, I don’t. (4) ______ did you leave? That job was very boring. (5) ______ are you doing now? I’m working as a teacher. Really! So am I! (6) ______ do you teach? At St James High School. (7) ______ subjects do you teach? History and English. I’m sorry, Gary, but I’m going now. Oh. Can I help you find your coat? (8) ______ is yours? That blue one over there. (9) ______ hat is this? Is it yours? No, it isn’t. Let me walk you home. (10) ______ can I see you again? Oh, (11) ______ ’s this? This is my husband, Paul. Paul, this is Gary, a very old friend. 1 point for each correct answer

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6 I can help you wash up. 7 John’s having a shower. 8 Tom has a good job. 9 You know that you’re wrong. 10 Dogs are very clever. 11 Some video games are very expensive.

2 points for each correct answer

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3 Complete the questions. ’s your name 1 ‘What _______________ ?’ ‘My name’s Ben.’

2 ‘Where _______________ from?’ ‘I’m from Liverpool.’ 3 ‘_______________ Liverpool?’ ‘It’s in the northwest of England.’ 4 ‘_______________ a job?’ ‘No, I don’t. I’m a student.’ 5 ‘What _______________ ?’ ‘I’m studying computer science.’ 6 ‘Are _______________ your course?’ ‘Yes, I’m enjoying it very much.’ 7 ‘_______________ born?’ ‘I was born in London.’ 8 ‘Are _______________ ?’ ‘No, I’m single.’ 9 ‘What _______________ doing in your free time?’ ‘I like watching sport on television.’

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10 ‘What sort _______________ like?’ ‘I like rock music.’

4 ‘Good night.’ ‘______________________’

11 ‘Do _______________ clubs?’ ‘I do go sometimes.’

5 ‘______________________’ ‘Yes, can I help you?’

2 points for each correct answer

6 ‘Have a nice day.’ ‘______________________’

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7 ‘Good morning.’ ‘______________________’ 8 ‘Make yourself at home.’ ‘_____________________’

4 Circle the correct form of the verb.

9 ‘See you next week.’ ‘______________________’

1 Paul’s French. He comes / is coming from Toulouse.

10 ‘What are you doing this weekend?’ ‘______________________’

2 It’s very noisy – Suzy listens / ’s listening to rock music.

11 ‘Here’s your beer.’ ‘______________________’

3 Many birds fly / are flying south every winter.

2 points for each correct answer

4 Most students don’t smoke / aren’t smoking these days. 5 Does Mr Taylor use / Is Mr Taylor using the computer at the moment?

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7 Translate these sentences.

6 Usually, Jim goes / ’s going to work on Saturdays.

1 A Why are you learning English? B Because I want to work in the USA.

7 Dave helps / is helping a student with her work.

A ________________________________________

8 Carol doesn’t study / isn’t studying hard for her exam.

B ________________________________________

9 Cats see / are seeing very well in the dark. 10 You look nice, Anne. Do you wear / Are you wearing a new dress?

2 A What is she doing in London? B She’s studying art. A ________________________________________

11 Japan has / is having many high mountains.

B ________________________________________ 1 point for each correct answer

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3 A What does he do? B He’s a teacher.

5 Write the jobs. 1 music

musician _________

7 art

2 politics

_________

8 photograph _________

3 police

_________

9 electric

4 manage

_________

10 post

_________

5 journal

_________

11 science

_________

_________ _________

A ________________________________________ B ________________________________________ 4 A Are you married? B Yes, I am. My husband is from Scotland. A ________________________________________ B ________________________________________

6 reception _________ 1 point for each correct answer

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6 Complete the dialogues with phrases from the box. Nothing much. Cheers. Sleep well. Excuse me. Not at all. Don’t mention it. Good morning. Thank you. How are you? Bye for now. Thanks. Same to you. Hi Jan! Nice to see you.

5 A Where’s your boss? B She isn’t working today. A ________________________________________ B ________________________________________ 2 points for each correct answer

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Hi Jan! Nice to see you 1 ‘Hello Sue!’ ‘______________________ .’

2 ‘______________________’ ‘Fine, thanks.’ 3 ‘Thank you so much for helping.’ ‘______________________’

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Test B 10 Some video games are very expensive.

1 Complete the questions. ’s your name 1 ‘What _______________ ?’ ‘My name’s Ben.’

2 ‘What _______________ ?’ ‘I’m studying computer science.’

11 You know that you’re wrong.

3 ‘_______________ born?’ ‘I was born in London.’ 2 points for each correct answer

4 ‘Where _______________ from?’ ‘I’m from Liverpool.’ 5 ‘Are _______________ ?’ ‘No, I’m single.’ 6 ‘_______________ a job?’ ‘No, I don’t. I’m a student.’ 7 ‘What sort _______________ like?’ ‘I like rock music.’ 8 ‘_______________ Liverpool?’ ‘It’s in the northwest of England.’ 9 ‘Are _______________ your course?’ ‘Yes, I’m enjoying it very much.’ 10 ‘Do _______________ clubs?’ ‘I do go sometimes.’ 11 ‘What _______________ doing in your free time?’ ‘I like watching sport on television.’ 2 points for each correct answer

2 Make these statements into questions. 1 Julia can dance well. Can Julia dance well? 2 They watch television every night. 3 John’s having a shower. 4 Girls study more than boys. 5 Tom has a good job. 6 Ian plays football for Arsenal. 7 Dogs are very clever. 8 He’s living in Warsaw. 9 I can help you wash up.

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3 Complete the conversation with question words from the box. Use each word once.

where

what

who

what

when

which

where

how

how

why

whose

Emma and Gary meet at a party. They haven’t met for five years. Gary Emma Gary Emma Gary Emma Gary Emma Gary Emma Gary Emma Gary Emma Gary Emma Gary Emma Gary Emma

Emma! Hi! Do you remember me? How nice to see you! Gary! (1) ______ You look great! Yes, I’m very well. (2)______ are you? Fine, thanks. (3)______ are you living now? I’m living here, in east London. Do you still work in the Post Office? No, I don’t. (4) ______ did you leave? That job was very boring. (5) ______ are you doing now? I’m working as a teacher. Really! So am I! (6) ______ do you teach? At St James High School. (7) ______ subjects do you teach? History and English. I’m sorry, Gary, but I’m going now. Oh. Can I help you find your coat? (8) ______ is yours? That blue one over there. (9) ______ hat is this? Is it yours? No, it isn’t.

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Gary Emma

Let me walk you home. (10) ______ can I see you again? Oh, (11) ______ ’s this? This is my husband, Paul. Paul, this is Gary, a very old friend. 1 point for each correct answer

10 Japan has / is having many high mountains. 11 Cats see / are seeing very well in the dark. 1 point for each correct answer

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6 Write the jobs. 4 Complete the dialogues with phrases from the box. Nothing much. Cheers. Sleep well. Excuse me. Not at all. Don’t mention it. Good morning. Thank you. How are you? Bye for now. Thanks. Same to you. Hi Jan! Nice to see you.

1 music

musician _________

7 post

_________

2 journal

_________

8 police

_________

3 art

_________

9 reception _________

4 politics

_________

10 science

_________

5 photograph _________

11 electric

_________

6 manage

_________

Hi Jan! Nice to see you 1 ‘Hello Sue!’ ‘______________________ .’ 1 point for each correct answer

2 ‘______________________’ ‘Yes, can I help you?’ 3 ‘Good morning.’ ‘______________________’

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7 Translate these sentences.

4 ‘______________________’ ‘Fine, thanks.’ 5 ‘Make yourself at home.’ ‘_____________________’ 6 ‘Good night.’ ‘______________________’

1 A What does he do? B He’s a teacher. A ________________________________________

7 ‘What are you doing this weekend?’ ‘______________________’

B ________________________________________

8 ‘Thank you so much for helping.’

2 A Where’s your boss? B She isn’t working today.

‘______________________’ 9 ‘Have a nice day.’ ‘______________________’

A ________________________________________

10 ‘Here’s your beer.’ ‘______________________’

B ________________________________________

11 ‘See you next week.’ ‘______________________’ 2 points for each correct answer

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3 A What is she doing in London? B She’s studying art. A ________________________________________ B ________________________________________

5 Circle the correct form of the verb. 1 Paul’s French. He comes / is coming from Toulouse. 2 Does Mr Taylor use / Is Mr Taylor using the computer at the moment? 3 Dave helps / is helping a student with her work. 4 It’s very noisy – Suzy listens / ’s listening to rock music. 5 Carol doesn’t study / isn’t studying hard for her exam. 6 Most students don’t smoke / aren’t smoking these days. 7 You look nice, Anne. Do you wear / Are you wearing a new dress? 8 Many birds fly / are flying south every winter. 9 Usually, Jim goes / ’s going to work on Saturdays.

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Test A I (9 have) _________ visitors from England _________

1 Answer the questions about Amanda, a schoolgirl. Use short answers.

a problem with the language? Y Most Thai people (10 not understand) _________ English very well, so please (11 not speak) _________ too quickly if you go there. I What can visitors (12 learn) _________ about life in Thailand?

1 Does she wear a school uniform?

Yes, she does. ____________

2 Has Amanda got a tie?

____________

3 Is she wearing a hat?

____________

4 Does she have a Walkman?

____________

very friendly and we (15 take) _________ our

5 Has she got a school bag?

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friends to a restaurant instead. We (16 have) ________

6 Is she carrying a tennis racket?

____________

so many excellent places to eat, and meals (17 be)

Y We (13 not invite) _________ people to our homes until we (14 know) _________ them well, but we are

_________ cheap.

Now, answer the questions about yourself. 7 Do you wear glasses?

____________

I Why (18 be) _________ you here in England, Yupin?

8 Are you good at English?

____________

Y I (19 enjoy) _________ travelling, and I (20 want)

9 Can you swim well?

____________

10 Are your neighbours nice?

_________ to visit many different places in Europe.

____________

11 Have you got a computer at home? ____________ 2 points for each correct answer

I Well, I (21 hope) _________ you have a good holiday. Thanks for talking to us.

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2 Complete the radio interview with Yupin from Thailand. Use the correct form of the Present Simple.

3 Circle the correct form of the verb.

come I Yupin, you (1 come) _________ from Thailand. Tell

2 I’m sorry, I can’t help you at the moment. I cook / ’m cooking dinner.

us about life there.

3 Mrs Steele talks / ’s talking to her boss. I’ll tell her you phoned.

Y Well, I (2 be) _________ from Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. It’s a beautiful city. The weather

4 I have / ’m having a pain in my leg.

(3 be) _________ usually very hot. It (4 not rain)

5 Do you go / Are you going to the pub tonight?

_________ much for most of the year, but during the rainy season it (5 rain) _________ almost every day. I How interesting! Thailand’s a popular place for tourists, isn’t it? Y Yes, many people (6 come) _________ from all over the world. Thai people (7 like) _________ foreigners very much. At the moment Thailand (8 make) _________ a lot of money from tourism.

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1 Every morning, Tessa gets up / is getting up at 7.30.

6 Adam often paints / is often painting pictures of horses. 7 Oh, someone sits / ’s sitting in my seat! 8 Derek’s good at golf but he doesn’t play / isn’t playing very often. 9 She’s not ready – she washes / ’s washing her hair. 10 Do you always wear /Are you always wearing glasses? 11 Turn the TV off – no one watches / ’s watching it! 1 point for each correct answer

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4 Write the -ing form of the verbs.

6 Translate these sentences.

1 come

coming __________

7

run

__________

2 smoke

__________

8

have

__________

3 get

__________

9

swim __________

4 stop

__________

10

begin __________

5 shine

__________

11

rain

6 take

__________

__________

1 He doesn’t eat meat. 2 A Do you have breakfast in a café? B No, I don’t. A B

2 points for each correct answer

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5 Read the text. Are the statements true (✓) or false (✗)?

3 They haven’t got any children. 4 She wears a uniform at school.

LIVING IN THE USA

Roberto came from Acapulco to New York ten years ago. At first he missed everything – the sunshine, the food, his girlfriend. But now he has a successful business with his three brothers and his sister. They run a soccer store in New Brunswick. Roberto’s girlfriend is now his wife, and they have two children who go to American schools. When asked why he came to the US, Roberto says without hesitation, ‘Because I want to work hard and be successful.’ He certainly works hard. He’s at the store all day, then works as a driver in the evening. ‘That’s why I like America,’ he says. ‘You can be what you want.’ ‘When I first came here, I didn’t speak the language, and it was winter. It was so cold! There was snow! Now nearly all my family are here, not only in New York, but also in California, and in Texas. We meet about once a month and have a huge Mexican meal that takes about five hours! We’re all happy here.’

5 A Is he studying for his exams at the moment? B Yes, he is. A B 2 points for each correct answer

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1 Roberto came to New York with his girlfriend. ____ 2 Roberto’s sister lives in New York.

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3 Roberto’s family runs a sports shop.

____

4 Roberto is married.

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5 Roberto didn’t want to come to America.

____

6 Roberto has two jobs.

____

7 Roberto couldn’t speak English at first.

____

8 The weather was a problem for Roberto.

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9 All Roberto’s family now lives in New York.

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10 Some of Roberto’s family want to go back to Mexico.

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1 Complete the radio interview with Yupin from Thailand. Use the correct form of the Present Simple.

2 Circle the correct form of the verb. 1 Every morning, Tessa gets up / is getting up at 7.30.

come I Yupin, you (1 come) _________ from Thailand. Tell us

2 Do you go / Are you going to the pub tonight? 3 Oh, someone sits / ’s sitting in my seat!

about life there.

4 I’m sorry, I can’t help you at the moment. I cook / ’m cooking dinner.

Y Well, I (2 be) _________ from Bangkok, the capital

5 Derek’s good at golf but he doesn’t play / isn’t playing very often.

of Thailand. It’s a beautiful city. The weather (3 be) _________ usually very hot. It (4 not rain) _________ much for most of the year, but during the rainy season it (5 rain) _________ almost every day.

6 I have / ’m having a pain in my leg. 7 Do you always wear /Are you always wearing glasses? 8 Mrs Steele talks / ’s talking to her boss. I’ll tell her you phoned.

I How interesting! Thailand’s a popular place for

9 Adam often paints / is often painting pictures of horses.

tourists, isn’t it? Y Yes, many people (6 come) _________ from all

10 Turn the TV off – no one watches / ’s watching it!

over the world. Thai people (7 like) _________

11 She’s not ready – she washes / ’s washing her hair.

foreigners very much. At the moment Thailand

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(8 make) _________ a lot of money from tourism. I (9 have) _________ visitors from England _________ a problem with the language?

3 Answer the questions about Amanda, a schoolgirl. Use short answers.

Y Most Thai people (10 not understand) _________ English very well, so please (11 not speak) _________ too quickly if you go there. I What can visitors (12 learn) _________ about life in Thailand?

1 Does she wear a school uniform?

Yes, she does. ____________

2 Does she have a Walkman?

____________

until we (14 know) _________ them well, but we are

3 Is she carrying a tennis racket?

____________

very friendly and we (15 take) _________ our friends

4 Is she wearing a hat?

____________

5 Has Amanda got a tie?

____________

6 Has she got a school bag?

____________

Y We (13 not invite) _________ people to our homes

to a restaurant instead. We (16 have) _________ so many excellent places to eat, and meals (17 be)

Now, answer the questions about yourself.

_________ cheap.

7 Can you swim well?

I Why (18 be) _________ you here in England, Yupin?

____________

8 Have you got a computer at home? ____________ Y I (19 enjoy) _________ travelling, and I (20 want)

9 Are you good at English?

_________ to visit many different places in Europe. I Well, I (21 hope) _________ you have a good holiday. Thanks for talking to us. 1 point for each correct answer

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U N I T 2 Test B

____________

10 Do you wear glasses?

____________

11 Are your neighbours nice?

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2 points for each correct answer

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4 Read the text. Are the statements true (✓) or false (✗)?

6 Translate these sentences. 1 They haven’t got any children.

LIVING IN THE USA

Roberto came from Acapulco to New York ten years ago. At first he missed everything – the sunshine, the food, his girlfriend. But now he has a successful business with his three brothers and his sister. They run a soccer store in New Brunswick. Roberto’s girlfriend is now his wife, and they have two children who go to American schools. When asked why he came to the US, Roberto says without hesitation, ‘Because I want to work hard and be successful.’ He certainly works hard. He’s at the store all day, then works as a driver in the evening. ‘That’s why I like America,’ he says. ‘You can be what you want.’ ‘When I first came here, I didn’t speak the language, and it was winter. It was so cold! There was snow! Now nearly all my family are here, not only in New York, but also in California, and in Texas. We meet about once a month and have a huge Mexican meal that takes about five hours! We’re all happy here.’

1 Roberto came to New York with his girlfriend. ____ 2 Roberto’s sister lives in New York.

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3 Roberto’s family runs a sports shop.

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4 Roberto is married.

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5 Roberto didn’t want to come to America.

____

6 Roberto has two jobs.

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7 Roberto couldn’t speak English at first.

____

8 The weather was a problem for Roberto.

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9 All Roberto’s family now lives in New York.

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10 Some of Roberto’s family want to go back to Mexico.

2 A Is he studying for his exams at the moment? B Yes, he is. A B 3 A Do you have breakfast in a café? B No, I don’t. A B 4 He doesn’t eat meat. 5 She wears a uniform at school.

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5 Write the -ing form of the verbs. 1 come

coming __________

7 begin

__________

2 shine

__________

8 get

__________

3 run

__________

9 take

__________

4 smoke

__________

10 rain

__________

5 have

__________

11 swim

__________

6 stop

__________ 2 points for each correct answer

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1 Circle the correct form of the verb. This morning, I (1) walked / was walking to work. I (2) didn’t want / wasn’t wanting to go by bus because the sun (3) shone / was shining. While I (4) walked / was walking past the supermarket, I (5) saw / was seeing something strange. A man (6) passed / was passing me and he (7) sang / was singing a football song very loudly, on his own! He (8) continued / was continuing for a few minutes. Then he (9) met / was meeting a friend and he (10) stopped / was stopping singing. 1 point for each correct answer

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2 Complete the text. Use the correct form of the Past Simple. visited I (1 visit) ___________ Istanbul in 1995.

I (2 go) ___________ there with my friend. We only (3 speak) ___________ English unfortunately! Sometimes people (4 not understand) ___________ us, but it (5 not matter) ___________ . They

They finally left at 4 a.m. They said ‘Will you open the back door while we take these things to the car, because we don’t want to wake Mummy and Daddy, do we?’ So Russell held the door open for them. He then went back to bed. His parents didn’t know about the burglary until they got up the next day. His father said, ‘I couldn’t be angry with Russell because he thought he was doing the right thing.’ Fortunately, the police caught the two burglars last week.

1 Russell woke up at four o’clock.

____

2 He heard his parents in the living room.

____

3 A light was on downstairs.

____

4 The two men knew Russell’s parents.

____

5 The stereo was in the kitchen.

____

6 Russell told the men where his mother’s money was.

____

7 Russell carried the things to the car.

____

8 Russell’s parents didn’t wake up.

____

9 Russell’s father was angry with him.

____

10 The police found the men later.

____

(6 be) ___________ very friendly. We (7 see) ___________ 2 points for each correct answer

many beautiful buildings including the Aya Sophia Mosque. We (8 not have)___________ much money

4 Complete the sentences using while, during, or for.

so we (9 try) ___________ to live cheaply. We

for 1 It rained ________ three hours yesterday.

(10 eat) ___________ a lot of bread and cheese. We

2 Nobody listened ________ the lesson.

(11 have) ___________ a wonderful time in Turkey and

3 The children were playing outside ________ their mother was cooking dinner.

I’m sure we’ll go back there some day. 1 point for each correct answer

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4 Peter was on the phone ________ an hour. 5 ________ we were having breakfast, the postman arrived. 6 ________ the summer it is often very hot. 2 points for each correct answer

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It was 3 o’clock in the morning when four-year-old Russell Brown woke up to go to the toilet. His parents were fast asleep in bed. But when he heard a noise in the living room and saw a light was on, he went downstairs. There he found two men. They asked him his name, and told him they were friends of the family. Unfortunately, Russell believed them. They asked him where the video recorder was. Russell showed them, and said they had a stereo and a CD player, too. The two men carried these to the kitchen. Russell also told them that his mother kept her purse in a drawer in the kitchen, so they took that. Russell even gave them his pocket money – 50p.

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5 Complete the conversation with at, in, or on. If no

7 Write the Past Simple of the verbs.

preposition is needed, write – . Simon

What are you doing (1) ____ Christmas Day?

Joanna

Well, (2) ____ Christmas morning we always go

Simon

1 stop

stopped __________

2 use

__________

3 rob

__________

4 smile

__________

to church. Then (3) ____ about twelve o’clock

5 arrive __________

we’re going next door for lunch. There’s a party

6 plan

__________

(4) ____ the evening at the sports centre. Are

7 send

__________

you going to Karen’s party (5) ____ next week?

8 save

__________

9 clap

__________

Do you mean the party (6) ____ the twenty-

10 travel __________

first? I’m afraid I can’t go. We like going away

11 make

(7) ____ December – in fact, (8) ____ tomorrow

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we’re off to Bali for Christmas. See you (9) ____ three weeks, (10) ____ January!

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8 Translate these sentences.

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1 They took a lot of photographs last summer.

6 Write two ways of saying each sentence. Come on July the fourth. ___________________

1 Come on 4 July.

2 Did you post my letter yesterday?

Come on the fourth of July. ___________________

2 They arrive on 31 March. ___________________ 3 She didn’t see her family at Christmas.

___________________ 3 Let’s meet on 16 June.

___________________ ___________________

4 Today is 30 November.

4 A What were you doing at 8.00 last night? B We were doing the washing-up.

___________________

A

___________________ 5 We leave on 12 August.

B

___________________

5 When they arrived, I was making a phone call.

___________________ 6 It begins on 2 February.

___________________ ___________________

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1 Complete the sentences using while, during, or for.

4 Complete the text. Use the correct form of the Past Simple.

for 1 It rained ________ three hours yesterday.

visited I (1 visit) ___________ Istanbul in 1995.

2 Peter was on the phone ________ an hour.

I (2 go) ___________ there with my friend. We only

3 ________ the summer it is often very hot.

(3 speak) ___________ English unfortunately!

4 The children were playing outside ________ their mother was cooking dinner.

Sometimes people (4 not understand) ___________

5 Nobody listened ________ the lesson.

us, but it (5 not matter) ___________ . They

6 ________ we were having breakfast, the postman arrived.

(6 be) ___________ very friendly. We (7 see) ___________

2 points for each correct answer

many beautiful buildings including the Aya Sophia 10

Mosque. We (8 not have)___________ much money so we (9 try) ___________ to live cheaply. We (10 eat) ___________ a lot of bread and cheese. We

2 Write two ways of saying each sentence. 1 Come on 4 July. 2 Today is 30 November.

Come on July the fourth. ___________________

(11 have) ___________ a wonderful time in Turkey and

Come on the fourth of July. ___________________

I’m sure we’ll go back there some day.

___________________

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___________________ 3 It begins on 2 February.

5 Write the Past Simple of the verbs.

___________________ ___________________

4 Let’s meet on 16 June.

___________________ ___________________

5 They arrive on 31 March. ___________________ ___________________ 6 We leave on 12 August.

___________________ ___________________

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3 Circle the correct form of the verb.

1 stop

stopped __________

2 arrive

__________

3 send

__________

4 use

__________

5 save

__________

6 smile

__________

7 travel

__________

8 rob

__________

9 plan

__________

10 make

__________

11 clap

__________ 2 points for each correct answer

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This morning, I (1) walked / was walking to work. I (2) didn’t want / wasn’t wanting to go by bus because the sun (3) shone / was shining. While I (4) walked / was walking past the supermarket, I (5) saw / was seeing something strange. A man (6) passed / was passing me and he (7) sang / was singing a football song very loudly, on his own! He (8) continued / was continuing for a few minutes. Then he (9) met / was meeting a friend and he (10) stopped / was stopping singing. 1 point for each correct answer

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7 Complete the conversation with at, in, or on. If no preposition is needed, write – .

THE BURGL ARS’ FRIEND

It was 3 o’clock in the morning when four-year-old Russell Brown woke up to go to the toilet. His parents were fast asleep in bed. But when he heard a noise in the living room and saw a light was on, he went downstairs. There he found two men. They asked him his name, and told him they were friends of the family. Unfortunately, Russell believed them. They asked him where the video recorder was. Russell showed them, and said they had a stereo and a CD player, too. The two men carried these to the kitchen. Russell also told them that his mother kept her purse in a drawer in the kitchen, so they took that. Russell even gave them his pocket money – 50p. They finally left at 4 a.m. They said ‘Will you open the back door while we take these things to the car, because we don’t want to wake Mummy and Daddy, do we?’ So Russell held the door open for them. He then went back to bed. His parents didn’t know about the burglary until they got up the next day. His father said, ‘I couldn’t be angry with Russell because he thought he was doing the right thing.’ Fortunately, the police caught the two burglars last week.

Simon

What are you doing (1) ____ Christmas Day?

Joanna

Well, (2) ____ Christmas morning we always go to church. Then (3) ____ about twelve o’clock we’re going next door for lunch. There’s a party (4) ____ the evening at the sports centre. Are

you going to Karen’s party (5) ____ next week? Simon

Do you mean the party (6) ____ the twentyfirst? I’m afraid I can’t go. We like going away (7) ____ December – in fact, (8) ____ tomorrow

we’re off to Bali for Christmas. See you (9) ____ three weeks, (10) ____ January! 1 point for each correct answer

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8 Translate these sentences. 1 She didn’t see her family at Christmas.

1 Russell woke up at four o’clock.

____

2 He heard his parents in the living room.

____

3 A light was on downstairs.

____

4 The two men knew Russell’s parents.

____

5 The stereo was in the kitchen.

____

2 When they arrived, I was making a phone call.

3 Did you post my letter yesterday?

6 Russell told the men where his mother’s money was.

____

7 Russell carried the things to the car.

____

8 Russell’s parents didn’t wake up.

____

9 Russell’s father was angry with him.

____

10 The police found the men later.

4 They took a lot of photographs last summer.

____

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Test A 8 This table is made of glass / a glass.

1 Complete the text with a, an, or the. If nothing is needed, write – .

9 I never drink coffee / a coffee. 10 Does he like cake / a cake?

Shelley’s a visitor from (1) ____ United States. She’s in London visiting (2) ____ number of famous places. Shelley’s (3) ____ architect so she enjoys looking at (4) ____ modern buildings. She knows she’ll walk (5) ____ few miles today, so she’s wearing (6) ____ good pair of (7) ____ comfortable shoes. She has (8) ____ old map with her. (9) ____ map’s not very good, but Shelley says it’s (10) ____ best one she’s found.

2 points for each correct answer

4 Write the plural form of the nouns. 1 day

days __________

2 glass

__________

3 key

__________

4 sheep

__________

5 city

__________

6 address

__________

7 fish

__________

anything 1 I went shopping, but I didn’t buy ___________ .

8 potato

__________

2 Listen! I’ve ___________ important to tell you.

9 lady

__________

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2 Complete the sentences with someone/somebody, anyone/anybody, something, or anything.

3 She needs ___________ to help her choose a birthday present.

10 sandwich __________ 11 person

__________

4 That meal was huge – I couldn’t eat ___________ else!

12 church

__________

13 woman

__________

5 Don’t let ___________ touch my computer while I’m out.

1 point for each correct answer

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6 Have you got ___________ to take the pain away? 7 Is ___________ listening to me!

5 Read the text. Are the statements true (✓) or false (✗)?

8 He doesn’t care; he’ll watch ___________ on television!

THE BEST SHOPPING STREET IN THE WORLD

9 Would ___________ please explain what happened? 10 If ___________ asks, tell them I’ve got a cold. 11 ___________ phoned but they didn’t leave their name. 2 points for each correct answer

3 Circle the correct word or words. 1 Let’s have ice-cream / an ice-cream. 2 I read paper / a paper every day. 3 Would you like coffee / a coffee? 4 They don’t like chocolate / a chocolate. 5 I’d like glass / a glass of milk, please. 6 Please have cake / a cake. 7 How often do you eat chocolate / a chocolate ?

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A recent survey has shown that the busiest shopping street in the world is not in London, New York, or Paris, but in Warsaw. It’s called Nowy ´Swiat (pronounced /nQvI SvI@t/), which means New World. An incredible 14,000 Poles walk down this main street every hour. It is a lovely place to shop. The pavements are very wide. There are statues, palaces, attractive town houses, exclusive cafés, and high-class restaurants. The buildings aren’t too tall. They look old, but in fact the whole city was rebuilt after World War II. There aren’t any billboards or neon lights. There isn’t any loud music, and there aren’t many tourists. People think that Polish shops have nothing to sell, so nobody comes shopping here. The world doesn’t know about this paradise for shoppers – yet. It is now possible to buy almost everything in Warsaw. There are a lot of shops from the West, but the interesting thing is that Polish manufacturers are now producing high quality goods. They are good because they are not mass produced for world consumption. Nowy ´Swiat has a lot of small shops, specialist shops, and chic shops. It hasn’t got the huge department stores that sell the same things everywhere.

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If you want an exquisite handmade suit, Nowy ´Swiat is the place to go. It isn’t cheap. You will pay up to £1,000. For beautiful French baby clothes, go to Petit Bateau. You will pay £50 for a pair of blue jeans for a baby. A dress for a baby girl is about £90. At Désa, a famous antique shop, a desk costs £5,000, and a 19th century Russian icon is £200. Not everything is expensive. At the shop Pantera you can buy leather goods – handbags, purses, coats, and belts. Cepelia specializes in folk art. There are also book shops and record shops. And there are a lot of small boutiques that sell men’s and women’s clothes that aren’t too expensive. If you’re tired, stop at Café Blikle. This is a fashionable place to meet. You’ll find a lively atmosphere, and a lot of well-known Poles. The frozen yoghurt and ice-creams are excellent, and its famous doughnuts are delicious. It is possible to travel the world and find the same things for sale in every country. But Warsaw is different because its shops are unique – and they’re in Nowy ´Swiat .

1 Nowy S´ wiat is a town in Poland.

___

2 There are some famous old buildings in Nowy S´ wiat. 3 Nowy S´ wiat has a lively atmosphere.

___

4 Most of the people shopping here are Poles.

___

5 Polish goods are sold in many countries.

___

5 changing / rooms / there / are / over / the 6 there / left / any / aren’t / I’m / afraid

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___

1 There are some carrots but there aren’t any tomatoes.

2 A Are there any vegetables? B Yes. There are some onions over there. A B 3 They’ve got a house and a flat. The house is quite big and the flat is small.

4 How many eggs and how much milk do you need for the cake?

6 You can buy children’s clothes at Petit Bateau. ___ 7 You can buy an expensive new desk at Désa.

___

8 Some shops are quite cheap.

___

9 The best drinks are at Café Blikle.

___

10 Warsaw’s shops are different from those in other countries.

___

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5 She’s an artist. She likes modern paintings.

2 points for each correct answer

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6 Write sentences. 1 please / I / stamps / have / can / ten / ? Can I have ten stamps, please? 2 could / help / wonder / me / I / if / you / ? 3 would / you / to / like / how / pay / ? 4 tell / where / me / is / you / can / it / ?

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Test B

1 Circle the correct word or words. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

4 Read the text. Are the statements true (✓) or false (✗)?

Let’s have ice-cream / an ice-cream. I’d like glass / a glass of milk, please. How often do you eat chocolate / a chocolate? I read paper / a paper every day. This table is made of glass / a glass. They don’t like chocolate / a chocolate. Does he like cake / a cake? Would you like coffee / a coffee? Please have cake / a cake. I never drink coffee / a coffee. 2 points for each correct answer

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2 Complete the sentences with someone/somebody, anyone/anybody, something, or anything. anything 1 I went shopping, but I didn’t buy ___________ . 2 Don’t let ___________ touch my computer while I’m out. 3 Is ___________ listening to me! 4 Listen! I’ve ___________ important to tell you. 5 He doesn’t care; he’ll watch ___________ on television! 6 That meal was huge – I couldn’t eat ___________ else! 7 If ___________ asks, tell them I’ve got a cold. 8 She needs ___________ to help her choose a birthday present. 9 Have you got ___________ to take the pain away? 10 ___________ phoned but they didn’t leave their name. 11 Would ___________ please explain what happened? 2 points for each correct answer

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A recent survey has shown that the busiest shopping street in the world is not in London, New York, or Paris, but in Warsaw. It’s called Nowy ´Swiat (pronounced /nQvI SvI@t/), which means New World. An incredible 14,000 Poles walk down this main street every hour. It is a lovely place to shop. The pavements are very wide. There are statues, palaces, attractive town houses, exclusive cafés, and high-class restaurants. The buildings aren’t too tall. They look old, but in fact the whole city was rebuilt after World War II. There aren’t any billboards or neon lights. There isn’t any loud music, and there aren’t many tourists. People think that Polish shops have nothing to sell, so nobody comes shopping here. The world doesn’t know about this paradise for shoppers – yet. It is now possible to buy almost everything in Warsaw. There are a lot of shops from the West, but the interesting thing is that Polish manufacturers are now producing high quality goods. They are good because they are not mass produced for world consumption. Nowy ´Swiat has a lot of small shops, specialist shops, and chic shops. It hasn’t got the huge department stores that sell the same things everywhere. If you want an exquisite handmade suit, Nowy Swiat is the place to go. It isn’t cheap. You will pay up to £1,000. For beautiful French baby clothes, go to Petit Bateau. You will pay £50 for a pair of blue jeans for a baby. A dress for a baby girl is about £90. At Désa, a famous antique shop, a desk costs £5,000, and a 19th century Russian icon is £200. Not everything is expensive. At the shop Pantera you can buy leather goods – handbags, purses, coats, and belts. Cepelia specializes in folk art. There are also book shops and record shops. And there are a lot of small boutiques that sell men’s and women’s clothes that aren’t too expensive. If you’re tired, stop at Café Blikle. This is a fashionable place to meet. You’ll find a lively atmosphere, and a lot of well-known Poles. The frozen yoghurt and ice-creams are excellent, and its famous doughnuts are delicious. It is possible to travel the world and find the same things for sale in every country. But Warsaw is different because its shops are unique – and they’re in Nowy ´Swiat.

write – . Shelley’s a visitor from (1) ____ United States. She’s in London visiting (2) ____ number of famous places. Shelley’s (3) ____ architect so she enjoys looking at (4) ____ modern buildings. She knows she’ll walk (5) ____ few miles today, so she’s wearing (6) ____ good pair of (7) ____ comfortable shoes. She has (8) ____ old map with her. (9) ____ map’s not very good, but Shelley says it’s (10) ____ best one she’s found. 1 point for each correct answer

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1

´ Nowy Swiat is a town in Poland.

___

2

___

3

There are some famous old buildings in ´ Nowy Swiat. ´ Nowy Swiat has a lively atmosphere.

4

Most of the people shopping here are Poles.

___

5

Polish goods are sold in many countries.

___

6

You can buy children’s clothes at Petit Bateau. ___

7

You can buy an expensive new desk at Désa.

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___

9 The best drinks are at Café Blikle.

___

10 Warsaw’s shops are different from those in other countries.

7 Translate these sentences.

___

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1 They’ve got a house and a flat. The house is quite big and the flat is small.

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2 She’s an artist. She likes modern paintings.

5 Write sentences. 1 please / I / stamps / have / can / ten / ? Can I have ten stamps, please?

3 A Are there any vegetables? B Yes. There are some onions over there.

2 tell / where / me / is / you / can / it / ?

A B

3 there / left / any / aren’t / I’m / afraid

4 There are some carrots but there aren’t any tomatoes. 4 would / you / to / like / how / pay / ? 5 How many eggs and how much milk do you need for the cake?

5 could / help / wonder / me / I / if / you / ? 6 changing / rooms / there / are / over / the

2 points for each correct answer

2 points for each correct answer

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100

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6 Write the plural form of the nouns. 1 day

days __________

2 address

__________

3 lady

__________

4 key

__________

5 sandwich __________ 6 fish

__________

7 person

__________

8 city

__________

9 potato

__________

10 church

__________

11 woman

__________

12 sheep

__________

13 glass

__________ 1 point for each correct answer

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Test A 6 _______ a van

1 Circle the correct form of the verb. 1 Would you like to play / playing football with us?

7 _______ a bill

2 I’d love going / to go with you.

8 _______ the washing-up

3 Martin’s hoping arriving / to arrive at six o’clock.

9 _______ a phone call

4 Susan wants to be / being a rich business woman.

10 _______ a story

5 Would you like listening / to listen to some music?

11 _______ a taxi

6 She enjoys watching / to watch the news on television.

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7 I’m not going meeting / to meet Mary this afternoon. 8 Yes, I’d like to dance / dancing with you.

4 Complete the sentences with of, in, to, for, at, or with.

9 Barbara hopes becoming / to become a lawyer.

of pictures. 1 This book is full ______

10 I’m thinking of to play / playing tennis tomorrow.

2 Are you afraid ______ flying?

11 Do you want to try / trying again?

3 I don’t agree ______ him.

1 point for each correct answer

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4 He isn’t good ______ French. 5 Please ask ______ help if you want. 6 My brother is interested ______ literature.

2 Circle the correct form of the verb. 1 I hear you ’ll leave / ’re leaving your job.

7 Julie is married ______ Sam.

2 Peter said he ’ll not go / isn’t going to work tomorrow.

8 Look ______ those birds!

3 Are you going to play / Will you play football later?

9 Wait ______ me in the street. 10 Bill is looking ______ his keys but he can’t find them.

4 I ’m going to carry / ’ll carry your shopping for you. 5 What film will she watch / is she going to watch this weekend?

11 Do you work ______ a bank?

6 I ’ll help / ’m going to help you if you want me to.

2 points for each correct answer

7 I need flour because I ’ll bake / ’m going to bake a cake this afternoon. 8 Will he stay / Is he going to stay here all week? 9 Don’t worry, I ’m going to buy / ’ll buy another one for you soon. 11 I’m really tired, I think I ’ll go / ’m going to bed.

3 Match the words with a verb from the box. post tell drive do pay order cook post 1 _______ a letter

2 _______ a suitcase 3 _______ a horse 4 _______ a meal 5 _______ a cheque

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make cash

ride

pack

5 Read the text. Are the statements true (✓) or false (✗)? GROWING UP IN LOS ANGELES

10 After school he ’s going to study / will study medicine.

1 point for each correct answer

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In Hollywood, everybody wants to be rich, famous, and beautiful. Nobody wants to be old, unknown, and poor. For Hollywood kids, life can be difficult because they grow up in such an unreal atmosphere. Their parents are ambitious, and the children are part of the parents’ ambitions. Parents pay for extravagant parties, expensive cars, and designer clothes. When every dream can come true, kids learn the value of nothing because they have everything. A 13-year-old boy, Trent Maguire, has a driver, credit cards, and unlimited cash to do what he wants when he wants. ‘One day, I’ll earn more than my Dad,’ he boasts. Parents buy care and attention for their children because they have no time to give it themselves. Amanda’s mother employs a personal trainer, a nutritionist, a bodyguard/chauffeur, a singing coach, and a counsellor to look after all her 15-year-old daughter’s needs. Often there is not parent at home most days, so children decide whether to make their own meals or go out to restaurants, when to

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watch television or do homework. They organize their own social lives. They play no childhood games. They become adults before they’re ready. Hollywood has always been the city of dreams. The kids in L.A. live unreal lives where money, beauty, and pleasure are the only gods. Will children around the world soon start to think the same? Or do they already?

1 We enjoy travelling to different countries.

2 They’d like to have their own business.

1 In Hollywood everyone has lots of money.

___

2 Life isn’t always easy for children in Hollywood.

___

3 The parents buy too many things for their children.

___

4 Trent Maguire can buy anything he wants.

___

5 Trent has more money than his father.

___

6 Parents in Hollywood have lots of time for their children.

___

7 Amanda’s mother is a counsellor.

___

8 The children don’t eat when their parents aren’t at home.

___

9 The children grow up too quickly.

___

10 The children think having fun is very important.

___

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3 She’s going to move house next month.

4 A I’m late for my train. B Don’t worry! I’ll give you a lift to the station. A B 5 Would you like to come to my party?

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excited

depressed

better

tired

well

nervous . He’s got an exam. 1 He feels _________

2 Mike is feeling _________ . His girlfriend is going away. 3 Drink some water and you’ll feel _________ . 4 Emily is very _________ because she didn’t sleep last night. 5 My mother doesn’t feel _________ . She has a headache. 6 We’re really _________ about our holiday next week! 2 points for each correct answer

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Test B 6 I ’m going to carry / ’ll carry your shopping for you.

1 Match the words with a verb from the box. post tell drive do pay order cook

make cash

ride

7 After school he ’s going to study / will study medicine.

pack

8 Are you going to play / Will you play football later? 9 I ’ll help / ’m going to help you if you want me to.

post a letter 1 _______

10 I’m really tired, I think I ’ll go / ’m going to bed.

2 _______ a cheque

11 Don’t worry, I ’m going to buy / ’ll buy another one for you soon.

3 _______ a bill 4 _______ a suitcase

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5 _______ the washing-up 6 _______ a meal

4 Circle the correct form of the verb.

7 _______ a story

1 Would you like to play / playing football with us?

8 _______ a horse

2 Would you like listening / to listen to some music?

9 _______ a van

3 I’m not going meeting / to meet Mary this afternoon.

10 _______ a taxi

4 I’d love going / to go with you.

11 _______ a phone call

5 Yes, I’d like to dance / dancing with you.

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6 Susan wants to be / being a rich business woman. 7 I’m thinking of to play / playing tennis tomorrow. 8 Martin’s hoping arriving / to arrive at six o’clock.

2 Complete the sentences with of, in, to, for, at, or with.

9 She enjoys watching / to watch the news on television.

of pictures. 1 This book is full ______

2 Please ask ______ help if you want.

10 Do you want to try / trying again?

3 Julie is married ______ Sam.

11 Barbara hopes becoming / to become a lawyer.

4 Are you afraid ______ flying?

1 point for each correct answer

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5 Look ______ those birds! 6 He isn’t good ______ French.

5 Complete the sentences with a word from the box.

7 Bill is looking ______ his keys but he can’t find them.

nervous

8 I don’t agree ______ him.

excited

depressed

better

tired

well

nervous . He’s got an exam. 1 He feels _________

9 My brother is interested ______ literature. 10 Do you work ______ a bank?

2 Emily is very _________ because she didn’t sleep last night.

11 Wait ______ me in the street.

3 We’re really _________ about our holiday next week!

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4 Drink some water and you’ll feel _________ . 5 Mike is feeling _________ . His girlfriend is going away.

3 Circle the correct form of the verb.

6 My mother doesn’t feel _________ . She has a headache.

1 I hear you ’ll leave / ’re leaving your job. 2 What film will she watch / is she going to watch this weekend?

2 points for each correct answer

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3 I need flour because I ’ll bake / ’m going to bake a cake this afternoon. 4 Peter said he ’ll not go / isn’t going to work tomorrow. 5 Will he stay / Is he going to stay here all week?

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6 Read the text. Are the statements true (✓) or false (✗)?

7 Translate these sentences. 1 She’s going to move house next month.

GROWING UP IN LOS ANGELES

In Hollywood, everybody wants to be rich, famous, and beautiful. Nobody wants to be old, unknown, and poor. For Hollywood kids, life can be difficult because they grow up in such an unreal atmosphere. Their parents are ambitious, and the children are part of the parents’ ambitions. Parents pay for extravagant parties, expensive cars, and designer clothes. When every dream can come true, kids learn the value of nothing because they have everything. A 13-year-old boy, Trent Maguire, has a driver, credit cards, and unlimited cash to do what he wants when he wants. ‘One day, I’ll earn more than my Dad,’ he boasts. Parents buy care and attention for their children because they have no time to give it themselves. Amanda’s mother employs a personal trainer, a nutritionist, a bodyguard/chauffeur, a singing coach, and a counsellor to look after all her 15-year-old daughter’s needs. Often there is not parent at home most days, so children decide whether to make their own meals or go out to restaurants, when to watch television or do homework. They organize their own social lives. They play no childhood games. They become adults before they’re ready. Hollywood has always been the city of dreams. The kids in L.A. live unreal lives where money, beauty, and pleasure are the only gods. Will children around the world soon start to think the same? Or do they already?

1 In Hollywood everyone has lots of money.

___

2 Life isn’t always easy for children in Hollywood.

___

3 The parents buy too many things for their children.

___

4 Trent Maguire can buy anything he wants.

___

5 Trent has more money than his father.

___

6 Parents in Hollywood have lots of time for their children.

___

7 Amanda’s mother is a counsellor.

___

8 The children don’t eat when their parents aren’t at home.

___

9 The children grow up too quickly.

___

10 The children think having fun is very important.

3 They’d like to have their own business.

4 We enjoy travelling to different countries.

5 A I’m late for my train. B Don’t worry! I’ll give you a lift to the station. A B 2 points for each correct answer

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1 Do these words mean the same or not? Write same or

3 Complete the table.

opposite. 1 old

new

opposite ____________

2 marvellous

wonderful

____________

3 generous

mean

____________

4 brilliant

stupid

____________

5 messy

untidy

____________

6 polluted

clean

____________

7 rude

polite

____________

8 unhappy

sad

____________

9 wealthy

rich

____________

10 awful

nice

____________

11 modern

new

____________

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ADJECTIVE

SUPERL ATIVE

1 old

older _______

oldest ________

2 wealthy

________

________

3 crowded

________

________

4 noisy

________

________

5 kind

________

________

6 busy

________

________

7 far

________

________

8 interesting

________

________

9 bad

________

________

10 good

________

________

11 dry

________

________

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2 points for each correct answer

the box.

It’s not easy, but it’s fun. I’d like to go dancing.

through on out of into in front of down left next to right

I’m quite kind-hearted. She laughs a lot. I’d like to visit New Zealand. He’s like his mother. It was big and modern. They like ice-cream. He’s a very happy boy. He likes motorbikes and ballet. It’s a beautiful city. 2 points for each correct answer

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over

opposite

out of To get to my house from school, go (1) ___________ the entrance and turn left (2) ___________ Denham Lane. Walk (3) ___________ Denham Lane as far as the roundabout and then turn (4) ___________ . After about a hundred metres, you’ll see the post office on your (5) ___________ . It’s (6) ___________ the Midland Bank. Cross the road and you’ll see a bus stop (7) ___________ you, with a small path (8) ___________ it. Go (9) ___________ the gate and (10) ___________ the bridge. You’ll see my house (11) ___________ your right. 1 point for each correct answer

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4 Look at the map. Complete the directions with words from

1 e Where would you like to travel? 2 What’s his wife like? 3 What do children like to eat? 4 What’s his child like? 5 Tell me about Rome. What’s it like? 6 What does Harry like? 7 What’s it like to be married? 8 What would you like to do? 9 What are you really like? 10 What was the hotel like? 11 Who’s David like?

a b c d e f g h i j k

COMPARATIVE

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6 Translate these sentences. 1 A What’s your city like? B It’s smaller than London and much quieter.

HETTY GREEN

Henrietta (Hetty) Green was a very spoilt, only child. She was born in Massachusetts, USA, in 1835. Her father was a millionaire businessman. Her mother was often ill, and so from the age of two her father took her with him to work and taught her about stocks and shares. At the age of six she started reading the daily financial newspapers and she opened her own bank account. Her father died when she was 21 and she inherited $7.5 million. She went to New York and invested on Wall Street. Hetty saved every penny, eating in the cheapest restaurants for 15 cents. She became one of the richest and most hated women in the world. She was called ‘The Witch of Wall Street’. At 33 she married Edward Green, a multi-millionaire, and had two children, Ned and Sylvia. Hetty’s meanness was legendary. She always argued about prices in shops. She walked to the local grocery store to buy broken cookies (biscuits) which were much cheaper, and to get a free bone for her much-loved dog, Dewey. Once she lost a two-cent stamp and spent the night looking for it. She never bought clothes and always wore the same long, ragged black skirt. Worst of all, when her son Ned fell and injured his knee, she refused to pay for a doctor and spent hours looking for free medical help. In the end Ned’s leg was amputated. When she died in 1916 she left her children $100 million (worth $9.3 billion today). Her daughter built a hospital with her money.

1 Hetty came from a big family.

_____

A B 2 A What was your hotel like? B It was big and modern. I really liked it. A B 3 I think Barcelona is more interesting than Paris and it isn’t as expensive.

4 We had the worst holiday of our lives last year.

5 Our house is over the bridge. It’s opposite the bus stop.

2 points for each correct answer

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2 Hetty’s mother and father worked together. _____ 3 Hetty learnt about money from her father.

_____

4 Hetty made $7.5 million from investments. _____ 5 Hetty was generous with her money.

_____

6 Hetty married a man with two children.

_____

7 Hetty saved money by buying cheap food.

_____

8 Hetty’s clothes were untidy.

_____

9 The doctor saved Ned’s leg.

_____

10 Hetty’s daughter was as mean as her mother. _____ 2 points for each correct answer

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Test B

1 Complete the table. ADJECTIVE

COMPARATIVE

SUPERL ATIVE

1 old

older _______

oldest ________

2 kind

_______

________

3 far

_______

________

4 wealthy

_______

________

5 interesting

_______

________

6 noisy

_______

________

7 good

_______

________

8 crowded

_______

________

9 busy

_______

________

10 dry

_______

________

11 bad

_______

________

_____

5 Hetty was generous with her money.

_____

6 Hetty married a man with two children.

_____

7 Hetty saved money by buying cheap food.

_____

8 Hetty’s clothes were untidy.

_____

9 The doctor saved Ned’s leg.

_____

10 Hetty’s daughter was as mean as her mother. _____ 2 points for each correct answer

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2 Read the text. Are the statements true (✓) or false (✗)? HETTY GREEN

Henrietta (Hetty) Green was a very spoilt, only child. She was born in Massachusetts, USA, in 1835. Her father was a millionaire businessman. Her mother was often ill, and so from the age of two her father took her with him to work and taught her about stocks and shares. At the age of six she started reading the daily financial newspapers and she opened her own bank account. Her father died when she was 21 and she inherited $7.5 million. She went to New York and invested on Wall Street. Hetty saved every penny, eating in the cheapest restaurants for 15 cents. She became one of the richest and most hated women in the world. She was called ‘The Witch of Wall Street’. At 33 she married Edward Green, a multi-millionaire, and had two children, Ned and Sylvia. Hetty’s meanness was legendary. She always argued about prices in shops. She walked to the local grocery store to buy broken cookies (biscuits) which were much cheaper, and to get a free bone for her much-loved dog, Dewey. Once she lost a two-cent stamp and spent the night looking for it. She never bought clothes and always wore the same long, ragged black skirt. Worst of all, when her son Ned fell and injured his knee, she refused to pay for a doctor and spent hours looking for free medical help. In the end Ned’s leg was amputated. When she died in 1916 she left her children $100 million (worth $9.3 billion today). Her daughter built a hospital with her money.

1 e Where would you like to travel? 2 Tell me about Rome. What’s it like? 3 What’s it like to be married? 4 What’s his wife like? 5 What would you like to do? 6 What’s his child like? 7 What was the hotel like? 8 What do children like to eat? 9 What does Harry like? 10 Who’s David like? 11 What are you really like?

a b c d e f g h i j k

It’s not easy, but it’s fun. I’d like to go dancing. I’m quite kind-hearted. She laughs a lot. I’d like to visit New Zealand. He’s like his mother. It was big and modern. They like ice-cream. He’s a very happy boy. He likes motorbikes and ballet. It’s a beautiful city. 2 points for each correct answer

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4 Do these words mean the same or not? Write same or opposite. 1 old

new

opposite ____________

2 messy

untidy

____________

1 Hetty came from a big family.

_____

3 rude

polite

____________

2 Hetty’s mother and father worked together.

_____

4 marvellous

wonderful

____________

3 Hetty learnt about money from her father.

_____

5 unhappy

sad

____________

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6 brilliant

stupid

____________

7 awful

nice

____________

8 generous

mean

____________

9 polluted

clean

____________

10 modern

new

____________

11 wealthy

rich

____________ 2 points for each correct answer

6 Translate these sentences. 1 I think Barcelona is more interesting than Paris and it isn’t as expensive.

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2 Our house is over the bridge. It’s opposite the bus stop.

5 Look at the map. Complete the directions with words from the box.

3 A What was your hotel like? B It was big and modern. I really liked it. A B 4 A What’s your city like? B It’s smaller than London and much quieter. A B 5 We had the worst holiday of our lives last year.

left on out of into opposite in front of next to through right over

down

2 points for each correct answer

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out of To get to my house from school, go (1) ___________ the entrance and turn left (2) ___________ Denham Lane. Walk (3) ___________ Denham Lane as far as the roundabout and then turn (4) ___________ . After about a hundred metres, you’ll see the post office on your (5) ___________ . It’s (6) ___________ the Midland Bank. Cross the road and you’ll see a bus stop (7) ___________ you, with a small path (8) ___________ it. Go (9) ___________ the gate and (10) ___________ the bridge. You’ll see my house (11) ___________ your right. 1 point for each correct answer

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Test A

1 Read the text. Imagine you are Tim Abbott and answer the

3 Complete the conversation.

questions. Use short answers.

Chris Judy Chris Judy Chris Judy Chris Judy Chris Judy Chris Judy Chris

Hi! My name’s Tim Abbott and I play for Maidstone United in the Southern League. I’ve played with them for five years. We train for about six hours every day, but my manager thinks we should not train on Sundays. Last year I had a problem with my left knee and it’s been painful since then. It hurts all the time. I’ll stop playing when I’m about thirty-five. After that, I’ll do something different.

1 Are you Tim Abbott?

Yes, I am. ___________

2 Do you play for Maidstone United?

___________

3 Is your club in the Premier League?

___________

4 Have you played with them for ten years?

___________

5 Do you train for about six hours?

___________

Where do you live, Judy? I (1 ) __________ Manchester. How long (2) _____________________ there? (3) __________ about a year. What (4) __________ do? I (5) __________ in television. I’m a journalist. What (6) ____________________ before that? I (7) __________ for a newspaper in London. Why (8) ____________________ leave? Because I earn much more money now. (9) Do ____________________ a car, Judy? Yes, (10) __________ . Great! Can you drive me to the station? 2 points for each correct answer

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4 Make 10 sentences from the chart below. Monday. eight o’clock.

6 Did your manager tell you not to train?

___________

Peter’s been waiting

for

two weeks.

7 Can your team train on Sundays?

___________

I’ve known about it

since

a few days.

8 Did you have a problem last year?

___________

9 Has your knee stopped hurting now?

___________

10 Will you stop playing before you’re forty?

___________

11 Would you like to do something different then?

___________

2 points for each correct answer

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1990. I was sixteen. Peter’s been waiting since Monday. 1 ____________________________

2 ____________________________ 3 ____________________________ 4 ____________________________ 5 ____________________________

2 Circle the correct form of the verb.

6 ____________________________

1 I visited / have visited Paris in 1995.

7 ____________________________

2 Sorry I’m late – I missed / ’ve missed the bus.

8 ____________________________

3 We lived / ’ve lived in this house all our lives.

9 ____________________________

4 When did they tell / have they told you?

10 ____________________________

5 We went / ’ve been camping here every summer.

11 ____________________________

6 She ’s had / had a headache since yesterday. 1 point for each correct answer

7 They ’ve built / built it five years ago.

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8 Did you ask / Have you asked her yet? 9 How much have you paid / did you pay for it? 10 I haven’t known / didn’t know her very long. 11 He was / has been an actor since he was a boy. 1 point for each correct answer

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5 Complete the letter with the words in the box. hard still only of course nearly usually just together slowly

especially

Dear Mum Well, I’ve been here for exactly 56 days and I’m (1) __________ enjoying myself. We (2) __________ have the exams left. At first it was very difficult, (3) _________ because everyone spoke so quickly. I studied very (4) __________ and I can now understand (5) ________ everything I hear. I met an English boy (6) ________ before Christmas and I (7) _______ go out with him. We speak English (8) _______ and he speaks (9) _______ to help me. (10) _______ I’ve told him all about you and I hope you’ll meet him one day. 1 point for each correct answer

6 She married another famous singer in 1975.

____

7 Cher started acting again after her second divorce.

____

8 She was in her thirties when she made her first film.

____

9 People didn’t like her first film.

____

10 She has only won one Oscar.

____

2 points for each correct answer

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7 Translate these sentences. 1 My sister has never been abroad.

2 I’ve been to the USA many times. I went there for the first time when I was nineteen.

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6 Read the text. Are the statements true (✓) or false (✗)?

3 A Have you ever won a prize? B Yes, I have. I won a car in 1995.

CHER

A

Cher was born in the US on 20 May 1946 in El Centro, which is on the California/Mexico border. Her full name is Cherilyn Sarkisian and she is part-Cherokee and part-Armenian, Turkish, and French. She left high school when she was 16 and went to Los Angeles, where she planned to take acting lessons. There she met Salvatore Bono, who was working at the Gold Star Studios where Phil Spector was recording many famous singers. He discovered that Cher could sing, and they became the singing duo Sonny and Cher. Their first hit song was ‘I got you, babe’, which topped the charts in 1965. Cher was still only 19. They got married and had a daughter, who they called Chastity. In 1975 Sonny and Cher were divorced, and later that year Cher married Greg Allman, who was another famous rock star. But two years later Cher was divorced for the second time because of Allman’s drink and drugs problems. She decided to turn to acting again. In 1982 she appeared in her first major film, ‘Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean’, which was well received by the critics and public. She went to on win Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival in 1985 for her role in ‘Mask’, and finally she won an Oscar for ‘Moonstruck’ in 1987.

1 Cher can speak Turkish and French.

____

2 From a young age Cher wanted to act.

____

3 Cher’s first husband was a singer.

____

B 4 I’ve known my best friend for years. We’ve lived in the same street since 1980.

5 A How long have you worn glasses? B For three years. A B 2 points for each correct answer

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Test B Christmas and I (7) _______ go out with him. We speak English (8) _______ and he speaks (9) _______ to help me. (10) _______ I’ve told him all about you and I hope you’ll meet him one day.

1 Circle the correct form of the verb. 1 I visited / have visited Paris in 1995. 2 We went / ’ve been camping here every summer. 3 They ’ve built / built it five years ago.

1 point for each correct answer

4 Sorry I’m late – I missed / ’ve missed the bus.

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5 Did you ask / Have you asked her yet?

4 Read the text. Imagine you are Tim Abbott and answer the

6 When did they tell / have they told you?

questions. Use short answers.

7 I haven’t known / didn’t know her very long.

Hi! My name’s Tim Abbott and I play for Maidstone United in the Southern League. I’ve played with them for five years. We train for about six hours every day, but my manager thinks we should not train on Sundays. Last year I had a problem with my left knee and it’s been painful since then. It hurts all the time. I’ll stop playing when I’m about thirty-five. After that, I’ll do something different.

8 We lived / ’ve lived in this house all our lives. 9 She ’s had / had a headache since yesterday. 10 He was / has been an actor since he was a boy. 11 How much have you paid / did you pay for it? 1 point for each correct answer

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2 Complete the conversation. Paul Sarah Paul Sarah Paul Sarah Paul Sarah Paul Sarah Paul Sarah Paul

Where do you live, Sarah? I (1) __________ Bristol. How long (2) _____________________ there? (3) __________ about a year. What (4) __________ do? I (5) __________ in television. I’m a journalist. What (6) ____________________ before that? I (7) __________ for a newspaper in London. Why (8) ____________________ leave? Because I earn much more money now. (9) Do ____________________ a car, Sarah? Yes, (10) __________ . Great! Can you drive me to the station? 2 points for each correct answer

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3 Complete the letter with the words in the box. together hard only of course still usually slowly especially

just

2 Do you play for Maidstone United?

___________

3 Is your club in the Premier League?

___________

4 Have you played with them for ten years?

___________

5 Do you train for about six hours?

___________

6 Did your manager tell you not to train?

___________

7 Can your team train on Sundays?

___________

8 Did you have a problem last year?

___________

9 Has your knee stopped hurting now? ___________ 10 Will you stop playing before you’re forty?

___________

11 Would you like to do something different then?

___________

2 points for each correct answer

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5 Read the text. Are the statements true (✓) or false (✗)?

Well, I’ve been here for exactly 56 days and I’m (1) __________ enjoying myself. We (2) __________ have the exams left. At first it was very difficult, (3) __________ because everyone spoke so quickly. I studied very (4) __________ and I can now understand (5) __________ everything I hear. I met an English boy (6) _______ before

U N I T 7 Test B

Yes, I am. ___________

nearly

Dear Mum

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1 Are you Tim Abbott?

CHER

Cher was born in the US on 20 May 1946 in El Centro, which is on the California/Mexico border. Her full name is Cherilyn Sarkisian and she is part-Cherokee and part-Armenian, Turkish, and French. She left high school when she was 16 and went to Los Angeles, where she planned to take acting lessons. There she met Salvatore Bono, who

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was working at the Gold Star Studios where Phil Spector was recording many famous singers. He discovered that Cher could sing, and they became the singing duo Sonny and Cher. Their first hit song was ‘I got you, babe’, which topped the charts in 1965. Cher was still only 19. They got married and had a daughter, who they called Chastity. In 1975 Sonny and Cher were divorced, and later that year Cher married Greg Allman, who was another famous rock star. But two years later Cher was divorced for the second time because of Allman’s drink and drugs problems. She decided to turn to acting again. In 1982 she appeared in her first major film, ‘Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean’, which was well received by the critics and public. She went to on win Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival in 1985 for her role in ‘Mask’, and finally she won an Oscar for ‘Moonstruck’ in 1987.

6 ____________________________ 7 ____________________________ 8 ____________________________ 9 ____________________________ 10 ____________________________ 11 ____________________________ 1 point for each correct answer

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7 Translate these sentences. 1 A Have you ever won a prize? B Yes, I have. I won a car in 1995. A

1 Cher can speak Turkish and French.

____

2 From a young age Cher wanted to act.

____

3 Cher’s first husband was a singer.

____

B 2 A How long have you worn glasses? B For three years.

4 Cher joined a singing group with Phil Spector. ____

A

5 Her first song was very popular.

____

B

6 She married another famous singer in 1975.

____

7 Cher started acting again after her second divorce.

____

8 She was in her thirties when she made her first film.

____

9 People didn’t like her first film.

____

10 She has only won one Oscar.

3 I’ve been to the USA many times. I went there for the first time when I was nineteen.

4 My sister has never been abroad.

____

2 points for each correct answer

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6 Make 10 sentences from the chart below.

5 I’ve known my best friend for years. We’ve lived in the same street since 1980.

Monday. eight o’clock. Peter’s been waiting

for

two weeks.

I’ve known about it

since

a few days.

2 points for each correct answer

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1990. I was sixteen. Peter’s been waiting since Monday. 1 ____________________________

2 ____________________________ 3 ____________________________ 4 ____________________________ 5 ____________________________

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Test A 8 Do I ______________ wash up again?

1 Complete the crossword. All the words are jobs.

9 A postman __________________ get up early every day.

10

10 I didn’t like the job because I ________________ work at weekends.

1

11 I’m depressed. What _____________ I do? 2 1 point for each correct answer

3 4

10

3 Match the verbs with the words in the box.

5

responsibility poetry in bed cruel to be kind your age abroad your time what you’ve missed a word with someone being silly your job

G 6 7

responsibility 1 take ___________

2 stay ___________

8

3 give up _________

9

4 have __________ 1 This person works under the ground.

5 write __________

2 You can buy paintings from this person.

6 take ___________

3 This person is like a policeman.

7 act ____________

4 We need this person to grow our food.

8 stop ____________

5 This person designs buildings.

9 live ____________

6 You ask this person to fix your car.

10 don’t know _________

7 Take your dog to this person if it is sick.

11 have to be ____________

8 If you have a legal problem, ask this person.

2 points for each correct answer

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9 This person works with water. 10 (down) This person has a very dangerous job. 2 points for each correct answer

4 Write questions. 20

1 you / wear / to / glasses / have / do / why / ? Why do you have to wear glasses? 2 to / have / do / university / lawyer / be / to / a / go / you / to / ?

2 Complete the sentences with the correct form of should or have to. has to cook many kinds of food. 1 A chef ________

2 Receptionists ______________ be polite to people. 3 Tom is ill, he _____________ see his doctor.

3 you / to / often / dentist’s / to / how / have / the / do / go / ?

4 You _____________ try to phone your father this weekend. 5 I hope you don’t _____________ go home early. 6 Mike _____________ teach many kinds of student.

4 morning / time / do / what / start / in / the / you / have / work / to / ?

7 I think Patrick ________________ be more polite to his sister!

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5 your / doctor / did / take / why / temperature / the / have / to / ?

6 Read the text again. Write a word from the text with the same sound as these words but with a different spelling.

6 English / class / in / the / time / all / you / have / speak / to / do / ?

1 four

for ________

2 know

________

3 wood

________

4 ours

________

5 there

________

6 sore

________

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2 points for each correct answer

5 Read the text. Are the statements true (✓) or false (✗)?

2 points for each correct answer

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7 Translate these sentences. 1 He has to work until nine o’clock every evening.

MISS CHANEL

She’s 14, American, and speaks no French at all. But six-foot-tall Kimora Lee Perkins is hot news in Paris. She has become the top model at the Parisian fashion house of Chanel. She owes her famous looks to a Korean mother and a black father. But when she was young, back home in St. Louis, Missouri, she cried when she looked in the mirror and saw how tall she was. ‘I felt I was different from all the other kids my age,’ she explains. Her mother Joanne Perkins, 34, recalls, ‘Kimora was a miserable child. It was almost impossible for her to feel like other girls of her age, and some girls were cruel. Growing up was a very painful experience for her.’ When she was 11, her mother took her to a local modelling school. She thought modelling would be an interesting job because then she would be with other tall girls. She began to like it very much, and had to learn how to walk and pose to show the clothes at their best. Chanel chose her because ‘she has the look of the new century’, and now she spends eight to ten hours a day modelling their latest fashions in various parts of the world. ‘I have to try really hard to keep looking good for the cameras,’ she said.

2 I’m a teacher so I don’t have to work at weekends.

3 We had to study Latin when we were at school.

4 A I made a lot of mistakes in my homework. B You should ask your teacher for help. A B 5 A Would you like to come to the cinema with me? B I’m afraid I can’t. I have to do the ironing. A B

1 Kimora speaks only French.

_____

2 She’s the top model for Chanel.

_____

3 When she was young she hated being tall.

_____

4 Other girls made her unhappy.

_____

5 Her body hurt a lot when she was young.

_____

6 Kimora liked modelling a lot.

_____

7 She learned how nice clothes are.

_____

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8 Chanel chose her because she looks modern. _____ 9 Kimora works in many countries.

_____

10 She always finds modelling very easy to do.

_____

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Test B

1 Match the verbs with the words in the box.

3 Complete the sentences with the correct form of should or have to.

responsibility poetry in bed cruel to be kind your age abroad your time what you’ve missed a word with someone being silly your job

has to 1 A chef _________ cook many kinds of food.

2 I hope you don’t _____________ go home early.

responsibility 1 take ___________

3 I think Patrick ________________ be more polite to his sister!

2 write __________

4 Receptionists ______________ be polite to people.

3 act ____________

5 Do I ______________ wash up again?

4 stay ___________

6 You _____________ try to phone your father this weekend.

5 stop ____________

7 I didn’t like the job because I ________________ work at weekends.

6 have __________ 7 don’t know _________

8 Tom is ill, he _____________ see his doctor.

8 give up _________

9 Mike _____________ teach many kinds of student.

9 take ___________

10 I’m depressed. What _____________ I do?

10 have to be ____________

11 A postman __________________ get up early every day.

11 live ____________ 2 points for each correct answer

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2 Write questions.

1 point for each correct answer

10

4 Complete the crossword. All the words are jobs.

1 you / wear / to / glasses / have / do / why / ? Why do you have to wear glasses?

10

2 morning / time / do / what / start / in / the / you / have / work / to / ?

1 2 3

3 English / class / in / the / time / all / you / have / speak / to / do / ?

4 5

G 6

4 you / to / often / dentist’s / to / how / have / the / do / go / ?

7 8

5 to / have / do / university / lawyer / be / to / a / go / you / to / ?

9

1 This person works under the ground. 2 You can buy paintings from this person. 3 This person is like a policeman.

6 your / doctor / did / take / why / temperature / the / have / to / ?

4 We need this person to grow our food. 5 This person designs buildings. 6 You ask this person to fix your car.

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6 Read the text again. Write a word from the text with the same sound as these words but with a different spelling.

9 This person works with water. 10 (down) This person has a very dangerous job. 2 points for each correct answer

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5 Read the text. Are the statements true (✓) or false (✗)? MISS CHANEL

She’s 14, American, and speaks no French at all. But six-foot-tall Kimora Lee Perkins is hot news in Paris. She has become the top model at the Parisian fashion house of Chanel. She owes her famous looks to a Korean mother and a black father. But when she was young, back home in St. Louis, Missouri, she cried when she looked in the mirror and saw how tall she was. ‘I felt I was different from all the other kids my age,’ she explains. Her mother Joanne Perkins, 34, recalls, ‘Kimora was a miserable child. It was almost impossible for her to feel like other girls of her age, and some girls were cruel. Growing up was a very painful experience for her.’ When she was 11, her mother took her to a local modelling school. She thought modelling would be an interesting job because then she would be with other tall girls. She began to like it very much, and had to learn how to walk and pose to show the clothes at their best. Chanel chose her because ‘she has the look of the new century’, and now she spends eight to ten hours a day modelling their latest fashions in various parts of the world. ‘I have to try really hard to keep looking good for the cameras,’ she said.

1 Kimora speaks only French.

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2 She’s the top model for Chanel.

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3 When she was young she hated being tall.

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4 Other girls made her unhappy.

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5 Her body hurt a lot when she was young.

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6 Kimora liked modelling a lot.

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7 She learned how nice clothes are.

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3 sore

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4 wood

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5 know

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7 Translate these sentences. 1 We had to study Latin when we were at school.

2 A Would you like to come to the cinema with me? B I’m afraid I can’t. I have to do the ironing. A B 3 I’m a teacher so I don’t have to work at weekends.

4 He has to work until nine o’clock every evening.

5 A I made a lot of mistakes in my homework. B You should ask your teacher for help. A B 2 points for each correct answer

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10 She always finds modelling very easy to do.

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2 points for each correct answer

8 Chanel chose her because she looks modern. _____ 9 Kimora works in many countries.

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1 Complete the sentences with when, if, before, or until.

4 Cross out the wrong word and write the correct one above it. on 1 What’s for TV tonight?

before he went to school. 1 He had a shower _________

2 I’ll phone you _________ I arrive. 3 _________ it doesn’t rain tomorrow, we’ll play tennis.

2 Shall we go at a walk?

4 We arrived home _________ midnight.

3 She bought the book on mistake.

5 The taxi didn’t come _________ ten o’clock. 4 My parents live in the second floor.

6 Would you like some coffee _________ you leave? 10

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5 This writing is on French. 6 I’m reading a book for Charles Dickens.

2 Choose the correct verb from the box. take 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

get

get ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______

do

7 Please don’t be late – you must arrive by time.

make

8 We don’t have a car so we always travel in train. 9 We’ll be at the station for a moment – we’re nearly there.

angry me a favour a photo friends up your mind some shopping a cold some tablets care sure back home 2 points for each correct answer

10 Are you very busy on work this week? 11 Who was that at the phone? 2 points for each correct answer

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2 If the food (be) ________ good, we’ll come here again. 3 What will you do if Monica (not pay) ________ ? 4 When I arrive, I (phone) ________ you. 5 If I have a problem, (help) ________ you ________ me? 6 Before you (go) ________ , leave my key on the table. 7 If you (not water) the plants ________ , they’ll die. 8 As soon as Linda (arrive) ________ , call me. 9 What (say) ________ you ________ if Peter asks? 10 If you don’t go away, I (call) ________ the police! 11 I (not wait) ________ if he’s late again. 2 points for each correct answer

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5 Read the text. Are the statements true (✓) or false (✗)?

6 Translate these sentences. 1 They won’t land at the airport until midnight.

MEGALOPOLIS

The town of Shenzhen, just forty kilometres north of Hong Kong, is the world’s biggest building site. In 1982 it was a fishing village with two main roads, fields, and a population of 30,000. Now it has a population of 3 million. It is growing at an incredible speed. It is spreading north towards Guangzhou (also known as Canton) and west towards Macau. The Chinese government hopes that in less than ten years this area will be the biggest city on earth, with a population of 40 million people. China is changing. It is no longer a country where absolutely everything is owned and controlled by the state. Developers are welcome. As Deng Xiaoping, the Chinese leader, said in 1992, ‘To get rich is glorious.’ The old China of bicycles and Little Red Books is disappearing. A world of mobile phones and capitalism is arriving. The Chinese people seem to welcome dramatic change. They don’t worry about losing traditional ways of life. They want the new. As the posters on the sides of the highways shout, ‘Development is the only way.’ Shenzhen is a shocking place, like nowhere else on earth that I have ever seen. It is a city with no boundaries and no centre. There are new concrete office blocks, factories, and housing blocks as far as the eye can see. Not just dozens of new buildings, or even hundreds, but thousands. And it is all happening so fast. It takes just six months to design, build, and finish a 60-storey, air-conditioned skyscraper. As one architect said to me, ‘If you move too slowly here, someone will walk over you.’ The new Hopewell Highway runs from Shenzhen to Guangzhou, and it takes just two hours to do the 123 kilometres. This superhighway will become the main street of a huge new city, as it gets bigger and bigger until the east meets the west, and the countryside in the middle disappears under concrete.

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Shenzhen is the largest city in the world. In the past Shenzhen was a building site. Shenzhen is getting bigger very quickly. The Chinese government is worried that too many people live there. The government owns everything in China. More people are buying bicycles now than in the past. The Chinese people want a different way of life. There are dozens of new buildings in Shenzhen. It takes two hours to drive from Shenzhen to Guangzhou. One day there will be no countryside near Shenzhen. 2 points for each correct answer

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3 A What will you do if the weather is bad on holiday? B We’ll visit museums and galleries. A B 4 As soon as I arrive at the station, I’ll call you.

5 She’ll have some German lessons before she goes to Berlin.

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1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb.

3 Complete the sentences with when, if, before, or until.

’ll catch the six o’clock 1 If I get up early, I (catch) ________ rains train. If it (rain) ________ , I’ll bring my car.

before he went to school. 1 He had a shower _________

2 We arrived home _________ midnight.

2 If I have a problem, (help) ________ you ________ me? 3 If you (not water) the plants ________ , they’ll die.

3 Would you like some coffee _________ you leave? 4 _________ it doesn’t rain tomorrow, we’ll play tennis. 5 I’ll phone you _________ I arrive.

4 If the food (be) ________ good, we’ll come here again.

6 The taxi didn’t come _________ ten o’clock.

5 As soon as Linda (arrive) ________ , call me.

2 points for each correct answer

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6 When I arrive, I (phone) ________ you. 7 If you don’t go away, I (call) ________ the police!

4 Read the text. Are the statements true (✓) or false (✗)?

8 What will you do if Monica (not pay) ________ ? 9 Before you (go) ________ , leave my key on the table.

MEGALOPOLIS

10 I (not wait) ________ if he’s late again. 11 What (say) ________ you ________ if Peter asks? 2 points for each correct answer

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2 Cross out the wrong word and write the correct one above it. on 1 What’s for TV tonight?

2 This writing is on French. 3 Please don’t be late – you must arrive by time. 4 Shall we go at a walk? 5 We don’t have a car so we always travel in train. 6 My parents live in the second floor. 7 Are you very busy on work this week? 8 She bought the book on mistake. 9 I’m reading a book for Charles Dickens. 10 Who was that at the phone? 11 We’ll be at the station for a moment – we’re nearly there. 2 points for each correct answer

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The town of Shenzhen, just forty kilometres north of Hong Kong, is the world’s biggest building site. In 1982 it was a fishing village with two main roads, fields, and a population of 30,000. Now it has a population of 3 million. It is growing at an incredible speed. It is spreading north towards Guangzhou (also known as Canton) and west towards Macau. The Chinese government hopes that in less than ten years this area will be the biggest city on earth, with a population of 40 million people. China is changing. It is no longer a country where absolutely everything is owned and controlled by the state. Developers are welcome. As Deng Xiaoping, the Chinese leader, said in 1992, ‘To get rich is glorious.’ The old China of bicycles and Little Red Books is disappearing. A world of mobile phones and capitalism is arriving. The Chinese people seem to welcome dramatic change. They don’t worry about losing traditional ways of life. They want the new. As the posters on the sides of the highways shout, ‘Development is the only way.’ Shenzhen is a shocking place, like nowhere else on earth that I have ever seen. It is a city with no boundaries and no centre. There are new concrete office blocks, factories, and housing blocks as far as the eye can see. Not just dozens of new buildings, or even hundreds, but thousands. And it is all happening so fast. It takes just six months to design, build, and finish a 60-storey, air-conditioned skyscraper. As one architect said to me, ‘If you move too slowly here, someone will walk over you.’ The new Hopewell Highway runs from Shenzhen to Guangzhou, and it takes just two hours to do the 123 kilometres. This superhighway will become the main street of a huge new city, as it gets bigger and bigger until the east meets the west, and the countryside in the middle disappears under concrete.

1 Shenzhen is the largest city in the world.

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2 In the past Shenzhen was a building site.

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3 Shenzhen is getting bigger very quickly.

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5 The government owns everything in China.

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6 More people are buying bicycles now than in the past.

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6 Translate these sentences.

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8 There are dozens of new buildings in Shenzhen.

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9 It takes two hours to drive from Shenzhen to Guangzhou.

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10 One day there will be no countryside near Shenzhen.

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get 1 ______

do

2 She’ll have some German lessons before she goes to Berlin.

3 If he misses the last train, he’ll spend the night in a hotel.

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4 They won’t land at the airport until midnight.

5 Choose the correct verb from the box. get

A B

7 The Chinese people want a different way of life.

take

1 A What will you do if the weather is bad on holiday? B We’ll visit museums and galleries.

make 5 As soon as I arrive at the station, I’ll call you.

angry

2 ______up your mind 3 ______ a cold 4 ______ me a favour

2 points for each correct answer

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5 _________ some tablets 6 ______ friends 7 ___________ sure 8 ______a photo 9 __________ some shopping 10 _____________ back home 11 __________ care 2 points for each correct answer

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1 Complete the sentences with use, use to, or used to. use 1 You __________ too much salt in your cooking.

2 They __________ live in Prague. 3 Did you __________ go there often? 4 We didn’t __________ have a car. 5 No, you can’t __________ my car! 6 Didn’t you __________ be an architect? 7 Ron and Molly __________ be so happy then. 8 We __________ travel to Holland every summer. 9 Ben __________ support Newcastle, but not now. 10 Paul didn’t __________ smoke. 11 Can I __________ this ticket on a later train? 1 point for each correct answer

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2 Complete the sentences with so, such a, such, so many, or so much. such 1 We had __________ wonderful weather on holiday.

2 My sister wears __________ lovely clothes! 3 I don’t like it here – there are __________ people! 4 We were __________ frightened by that film! 5 Peter is __________ good musician! 6 Those shoes cost __________ money! 7 They have never had __________ good holiday! 8 Please don’t drive __________ fast on these roads! 9 Why is there __________ mess in here? 10 Don’t put __________ things in that bag – it will break! 11 It’s __________ cold day! 2 points for each correct answer

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3 Read the text. Are the statements true (✓) or false (✗)? INTO THE WILD

When Chris McCandless graduated from Emory University, Atlanta, in June 1990, he sent his parents a letter containing his final reports. His letter ended ‘Say ‘Hi’ to everyone for me.’ No one in Chris’s family ever heard from him again. He drove west out of Atlanta, and invented a new life for himself with a new name. He left his car in some woods and burned all his money, because, as he wrote in his diary, ‘I need no possessions. I can survive with just nature.’

For the next two years, he hitched to various parts of the United States and Mexico. He wanted the freedom to go where he wanted and work when he needed. For him, his life was very rich. ‘God, it’s great to be alive. Thank you! Thank you!’ his diary reads. Chris came from a comfortable background. His father had a business which he ran efficiently, and he controlled his own family in a similar way. Chris and his father didn’t get on. When his parents didn’t hear from him for several months, they contacted the police, but they could do nothing. In July 1992, two years after Chris left Atlanta, his mother woke in the middle of the night. ‘I could hear Chris calling me. I wasn’t dreaming. He was begging, ‘Mom! Help me!’ But I couldn’t help him because I didn’t know where he was.’ Chris’s dream was to spend some time in Alaska, and this is where he went in April 1992. In early May, after a few days in the Alaskan bush, Chris found an old bus which hunters used for shelter. It had a bed and a stove. He decided to stay there a while. ‘Total freedom,’ he wrote. ‘My home is the road.’ However, reality soon changed the dream. He was hungry, and it was difficult to find enough to eat. He shot ducks, squirrels, birds, and sometimes a moose, and with these he ate wild potatoes, wild mushrooms, and berries. He was losing a lot of weight. On July 30 he wrote, ‘Extremely weak. Fault of potato seed. Can’t stand up. Starving. Danger.’ It seems that Chris was eating a part of the wild potato plant that was poisonous. He couldn’t get out of the bus to look for food. ‘I am trapped in the wild,’ he wrote on August 5. He became weaker and weaker as he was starving to death. His final note says, ‘I have had a good life and thank the Lord. Goodbye and may God bless all!’ Then he crawled into his sleeping bag and lost consciousness. He probably died on August 18. One of the last things he did was to take a photo of himself, one hand holding his final note, the other hand raised in a brave goodbye. His face is horribly thin, but he is smiling in the picture, and the look in his eyes says ‘I am at peace.’

1 The last time Chris’s parents heard from him was in June 1990.

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2 Chris was an inventor.

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3 Chris drove to Mexico.

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4 Chris’s parents weren’t poor.

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5 Chris didn’t have a good relationship with his father.

____

6 Chris phoned his mother to ask for help.

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7 Chris lived with some hunters in Alaska.

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8 Chris died because of something he ate.

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9 Chris was a religious person.

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10 Someone took a photo of Chris before he died. 2 points for each correct answer

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4 Complete the sentences with the correct form of verb.

6 Translate these sentences.

going 1 Do you enjoy (go ) ___________ to the theatre?

1 We used to visit our grandparents every Sunday.

2 I managed (do) ___________ all the shopping before lunch. 3 My husband hates (choose) ___________ presents. 4 He’s decided (buy) ___________ a house near the sea.

2 Did you use to smoke when you were a teenager?

5 Would you like something (read) ___________ ? 6 They hope (spend) ___________ a week in New York.

3 Who did you meet at the airport?

7 Julie enjoys (learn) ___________ Greek. 8 The film star doesn’t like (speak) ___________ to journalists. 9 We invited her (come) ___________ to the cinema with us. 10 She started (feel) ___________ frightened when the door shut behind her.

4 When did you hear from him?

5 Were you surprised at the end of the film?

11 Pete would like (open) ___________ a restaurant in town. 2 points for each correct answer

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5 Complete the sentences with a word from the box. Use each word once.

2 points for each correct answer

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boring exhausted exhausting worried annoying surprising worrying surprised annoyed excited exciting boring 1 I think museums are __________ .

2 It was very __________ when I lost my keys. 3 We were __________ after our long walk. 4 Were you __________ when you did the exam? 5 The children had a really __________ day at the beach. 6 Everyone was __________ to see Mark after two years. 7 It was really __________ , shopping for Christmas presents all day. 8 It isn’t __________ that no one’s come – it’s so cold and wet! 9 Was John __________ to win the championship? 10 We’ve just had some __________ news – my uncle is in hospital. 11 Pat will be __________ when she sees the broken mirror. 2 points for each correct answer

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1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of verb.

3 Complete the sentences with so, such a, such, so many, or so much.

going 1 Do you enjoy (go ) ___________ to the theatre?

2 Would you like something (read) ___________ ?

such 1 We had __________ wonderful weather on holiday.

3 Julie enjoys (learn) ___________ Greek.

2 Peter is __________ good musician!

4 I managed (do) ___________ all the shopping before lunch.

3 They have never had __________ good holiday!

5 The film star doesn’t like (speak) ___________ to journalists.

5 Please don’t drive __________ fast on these roads!

6 He’s decided (buy) ___________ a house near the sea.

7 Don’t put __________ things in that bag – it will break!

7 She started (feel) ___________ frightened when the door shut behind her.

8 I don’t like it here – there are __________ people!

4 My sister wears __________ lovely clothes! 6 We were __________ frightened by that film!

8 My husband hates (choose) ___________ presents. 9 They hope (spend) ___________ a week in New York. 10 Pete would like (open) ___________ a restaurant in town. 11 We invited her (come) ___________ to the cinema with us. 2 points for each correct answer

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9 Those shoes cost __________ money! 10 It’s __________ cold day! 11 Why is there __________ mess in here? 2 points for each correct answer

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4 Complete the sentences with use, use to, or used to. use 1 You __________ too much salt in your cooking.

2 No, you can’t __________ my car!

2 Complete the sentences with a word from the box.

3 Ron and Molly __________ be so happy then.

Use each word once.

4 They __________ live in Prague. 5 We __________ travel to Holland every summer.

boring exhausted exhausting worried worrying surprised annoyed excited exciting annoying surprising

6 We didn’t __________ have a car. 7 Paul didn’t __________ smoke.

boring 1 I think museums are __________ .

8 Did you __________ go there often?

2 The children had a really __________ day at the beach.

9 Didn’t you __________ be an architect? 10 Can I __________ this ticket on a later train?

3 It was really __________ , shopping for Christmas presents all day.

11 Ben __________ support Newcastle, but not now.

4 It was very __________ when I lost my keys. 5 It isn’t __________ that no one’s come – it’s so cold and wet! 6 Were you __________ when you did the exam? 7 We’ve just had some __________ news – my uncle is in hospital. 8 We were __________ after our long walk. 9 Everyone was __________ to see Mark after two years. 10 Pat will be __________ when she sees the broken mirror. 11 Was John __________ to win the championship? 2 points for each correct answer

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When Chris McCandless graduated from Emory University, Atlanta, in June 1990, he sent his parents a letter containing his final reports. His letter ended ‘Say ‘Hi’ to everyone for me.’ No one in Chris’s family ever heard from him again. He drove west out of Atlanta, and invented a new life for himself with a new name. He left his car in some woods and burned all his money, because, as he wrote in his diary, ‘I need no possessions. I can survive with just nature.’ For the next two years, he hitched to various parts of the United

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States and Mexico. He wanted the freedom to go where he wanted and work when he needed. For him, his life was very rich. ‘God, it’s great to be alive. Thank you! Thank you!’ his diary reads. Chris came from a comfortable background. His father had a business which he ran efficiently, and he controlled his own family in a similar way. Chris and his father didn’t get on. When his parents didn’t hear from him for several months, they contacted the police, but they could do nothing. In July 1992, two years after Chris left Atlanta, his mother woke in the middle of the night. ‘I could hear Chris calling me. I wasn’t dreaming. He was begging, ‘Mom! Help me!’ But I couldn’t help him because I didn’t know where he was.’ Chris’s dream was to spend some time in Alaska, and this is where he went in April 1992. In early May, after a few days in the Alaskan bush, Chris found an old bus which hunters used for shelter. It had a bed and a stove. He decided to stay there a while. ‘Total freedom,’ he wrote. ‘My home is the road.’ However, reality soon changed the dream. He was hungry, and it was difficult to find enough to eat. He shot ducks, squirrels, birds, and sometimes a moose, and with these he ate wild potatoes, wild mushrooms, and berries. He was losing a lot of weight. On July 30 he wrote, ‘Extremely weak. Fault of potato seed. Can’t stand up. Starving. Danger.’ It seems that Chris was eating a part of the wild potato plant that was poisonous. He couldn’t get out of the bus to look for food. ‘I am trapped in the wild,’ he wrote on August 5. He became weaker and weaker as he was starving to death. His final note says, ‘I have had a good life and thank the Lord. Goodbye and may God bless all!’ Then he crawled into his sleeping bag and lost consciousness. He probably died on August 18. One of the last things he did was to take a photo of himself, one hand holding his final note, the other hand raised in a brave goodbye. His face is horribly thin, but he is smiling in the picture, and the look in his eyes says ‘I am at peace.’

1 The last time Chris’s parents heard from him was in June 1990.

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2 Chris was an inventor.

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3 Chris drove to Mexico.

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4 Chris’s parents weren’t poor.

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5 Chris didn’t have a good relationship with his father.

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6 Chris phoned his mother to ask for help.

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7 Chris lived with some hunters in Alaska.

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8 Chris died because of something he ate.

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9 Chris was a religious person.

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10 Someone took a photo of Chris before he died.

1 Who did you meet at the airport?

2 Were you surprised at the end of the film?

3 Did you use to smoke when you were a teenager?

4 We used to visit our grandparents every Sunday.

5 When did you hear from him?

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1 Complete the table. VERB

PAST TENSE

PAST PARTICIPLE

grow

__________ grew

__________ grown

__________

made

__________

steal

__________

__________

__________

__________

flown

build

__________

__________

drive

__________

__________

__________

spoke

__________

__________

__________

robbed

break

__________

__________

__________

__________

sold

hurt

__________

__________

10 Phil has been giving a new heart. 11 How much do you drink last night?

2 points for each correct answer

1 point for each correct answer

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4 Does your country make planes?

2 Correct the sentences. 1 Money stole from the bank yesterday. Money was stolen from the bank yesterday.

5 England doesn’t grow pineapples.

2 Don’t worry, your keys will being found.

6 An old man won the Lottery.

3 Coca-Cola have been produced since 1895.

Write these sentences in the active.

4 Is the best cameras made in Japan? 5 What does she say to you? 6 Volkswagen cars make in Germany. 7 Last year, I’m studying in Bournemouth. 8 Who was you talking to?

7 Coca-Cola was invented by John Pemberton. 8 Are good wines produced in Australia? 9 She was given a video by him for her birthday. 10 Should smoking be allowed in hospitals? 11 My purse has been stolen from my bag.

2 points for each correct answer

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4 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb.

6 Translate these sentences.

They may be active or passive.

1 English is spoken all over the world.

was written by Hardy. 1 The book (write) _____________

2 A famous architect (build) _____________ the bridge. 3 The house (buy) _____________ by a pop star.

2 This play wasn’t written by Shakespeare.

4 I (arrive) _____________ last Friday. 5 We (not be) _____________ to Texas. 6 It (not be) _____________ as cold for a long time. 2 points for each correct answer

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3 Ten supermarkets have been opened in this city in the last five years.

5 Match each notice with a sentence. a Under 18s will not be served c

ENGAGED

b

d

4 Thousands of cars will be sold in Britain next year.

Services 5m 5 A Has the thief been caught yet? B Yes. The police caught him last night.

Northern Line

A

e

g

i

k

Feeding of animals is PROHIBITED PLEASE QUEUE HERE One Way

B

f PREMIUM UNLEADED

h

j

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NO PARKING KEEP OFF THE GRASS

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1 Correct the sentences. 1 Money stole from the bank yesterday. Money was stolen from the bank yesterday.

Write these sentences in the active.

2 What does she say to you?

7 She was given a video by him for her birthday.

3 Last year, I’m studying in Bournemouth.

8 My purse has been stolen from my bag.

4 Don’t worry, your keys will being found.

9 Are good wines produced in Australia?

5 Who was you talking to?

10 Coca-Cola was invented by John Pemberton.

6 Is the best cameras made in Japan?

11 Should smoking be allowed in hospitals?

7 Phil has been giving a new heart.

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8 Coca-Cola have been produced since 1895.

3 Complete the table. VERB

PAST TENSE

PAST PARTICIPLE

grow

grew __________

grown __________

build

__________

__________

__________

spoke

__________

__________

made

__________

__________

__________

robbed

__________

__________

flown

__________

__________

sold

2 Write these sentences in the passive.

steal

__________

__________

1 Ian Wright scored the goal. The goal was scored by Ian Wright.

drive

__________

__________

hurt

__________

__________

break

__________

__________

9 Volkswagen cars make in Germany. 10 How much do you drink last night? 11 Nylon used to make many things.

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2 Does your country make planes? 3 An old man won the Lottery.

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4 They should ban driving in the High Street. 5 Have they repaired my car?

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4 Match each notice with a sentence. a Under 18s will not be served c

b

5 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb. They may be active or passive. was written by Hardy. 1 The book (write) _____________

Services 5m

2 I (arrive) _____________ last Friday. 3 It (not be) _____________ as cold for a long time.

ENGAGED

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Northern Line

4 The house (buy) _____________ by a pop star. 5 A famous architect (build) _____________ the bridge.

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6 We (not be) _____________ to Texas.

Feeding of animals is PROHIBITED PLEASE QUEUE HERE One Way

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6 Translate these sentences. 1 Ten supermarkets have been opened in this city in the last five years.

NO PARKING KEEP OFF THE GRASS

2 A Has the thief been caught yet? B Yes. The police caught him last night. A B

OUT OF ORDER

3 This play wasn’t written by Shakespeare. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

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5 Thousands of cars will be sold in Britain next year.

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1 Complete the conversation. Use the Past Simple or

3 Which sentence fits the reply? Circle a, b, or c.

’d / would. Jennie

would you do What (1 do) _______________ if you

(2 win) _______________ a lot of money? Elsa

Well, I (3 not put) ________ the money in the bank. First, I (4 look for) _______________ a really big house, and I (5 like) ______________ to do something special.

Jennie

(6 like) _______________ to meet the Spice Girls?

Elsa

No, I (7 would) _______________ ! If I (8 meet) _______________ them, I (9 not know) _______________ what to say!

Jennie

Oh, I (10 love) _______________ to meet them! It (11 be) _______________ fantastic! 2 points for each correct answer

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2 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb. phoned 1 I’d be very surprised if Tom (phone) __________ .

2 If we (have) _______________ a party, would you come? 3 He (be) _______________ happy if he won his next match. 4 If I were you, I (ask) _______________ her. 5 We’d be sad if you (not come) _______________ . 6 I (help) _______________ you if I had the time. 7 What (do) _______________ if you failed the exam? 8 (close) _______________ you _______________ the door, please?

1 a I’ve got a return ticket. b I forgot her birthday! c I’ve passed my exams!

Congratulations!

2 a I can’t come to your party. b I’d like to come to with you. c Thousands of people were killed.

Oh, what a pity!

3 a His house burnt down last week. b I’ve lost your pen. c Would you mind if I left now?

Never mind.

4 a He’s feeling much better now. b I’m sorry, but this is my seat. c Isn’t that your brother over there?

That’s right.

5 a Good luck! b Would you like a coffee? c I’d apologize if I were you.

Same to you.

6 a England might win. b Have you any advice for me? c Who’s that man over there?

I haven’t a clue.

7 a Haven’t we met before? b Great to see you again! c Bye for now!

See you later.

8 a I didn’t win after all. b Let’s go out for dinner. c I don’t know what to do.

Good idea!

9 a I believe you’re Tim Hodge. b I’m so sorry I’m late. c Is this seat taken?

That’s right.

10 a Give me time to think. b Could I speak to Frank, please? c When did the programme finish?

Just a minute.

11 a I’ve got an exam tomorrow. b I got all the questions right. c How would you do it?

Good luck!

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9 How would you manage if you (lose) _______________ your job? 10 If you (know) _______________ the answer, would you tell me? 11 Which cities (like) _______________ you _______________ to see during the holiday? 1 point for each correct answer

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4 Complete the sentences with a verb from A and a preposition

6 Translate these sentences.

from B. Use each word once.

1 If I were you, I’d take that broken CD back to the shop.

A put lie look throw turn run go pick go take try B away out down off away after on back up out on lie down if you don’t feel well. _______ 1 You should _______

2 What would you do if you didn’t get on with your family?

2 I have to _______ _______ home now; it’s late. 3 _______ _______ these black shoes, they’re smaller. 4 Can I _______ the dog _______ for a walk?

3 If we go on holiday, my friend will look after the cat.

5 It’s cold – _______ your coat _______ . 6 _______ _______ those books on the floor. 7 Can you _______ _______ my cat this weekend, please?

4 A What are you going to do for your sister’s birthday? B I’m not sure. I might take her to a restaurant or I might cook a meal for her at home.

8 Please _______ _______ the lights. 9 _______ _______ and leave me alone!

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10 Don’t _______ the newspaper _______ , I want to read it. 11 You can’t have a sandwich, we’ve _______ _______ of bread. 2 points for each correct answer

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B 5 A I’ve tried to look up her number in the phone book but I can’t find it. B Never mind. We can go to her house. She might be at home now. A B

5 Complete the sentences using might or perhaps. might 1 We ____________ go dancing later.

2 Don’t worry, ____________ the film hasn’t started yet.

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3 That was ____________ her best chance. 4 I ____________ be late tomorrow. 5 ____________ he wasn’t telling the truth. 6 ‘Will you come?’ ‘ ____________ .’ 7 Well, he ____________ come, but I doubt it. 8 I think ____________ your keys are in your bag. 9 Paul ____________ not want to come with us. 10 ‘Do you think it will rain?’ ‘It ____________ .’ 11 There were two, ____________ three, teenagers. 2 points for each correct answer

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Test B

1 Complete the sentences using might or perhaps.

3 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb.

might 1 We ____________ go dancing later.

phoned 1 I’d be very surprised if Tom (phone) __________ .

2 ____________ he wasn’t telling the truth.

2 We’d be sad if you (not come) _______________ .

3 Well, he ____________ come, but I doubt it.

3 What (do) _______________ if you failed the exam?

4 Don’t worry, ____________ the film hasn’t started yet.

4 If we (have) _______________ a party, would you come?

5 I think ____________ your keys are in your bag.

5 (close) _______________ you _______________ the door, please?

6 I ____________ be late tomorrow. 7 ‘Do you think it will rain?’ ‘It ____________ .’ 8 That was ____________ her best chance.

6 If I were you, I (ask) _______________ her.

9 ‘Will you come?’ ‘ ____________ .’

7 If you (know) _______________ the answer, would you tell me?

10 There were two, ____________ three, teenagers.

8 He (be) _______________ happy if he won his next match.

11 Paul ____________ not want to come with us. 2 points for each correct answer

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2 Complete the sentences with a verb from A and a preposition from B. Use each word once.

9 I (help) _______________ you if I had the time. 10 Which cities (like) _______________ you _______________ to see during the holiday? 11 How would you manage if you (lose) _______________ your job?

A put lie look throw turn run go pick go take try B away out down off away after on back up out on

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lie down if you don’t feel well. _______ 1 You should _______

2 It’s cold – _______ your coat _______ .

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4 Complete the conversation. Use the Past Simple or ’d / would.

3 Can you _______ _______ my cat this weekend, please?

Lisa

4 I have to _______ _______ home now; it’s late.

would you do What (1 do) _______________ if you

(2 win) _______________ a lot of money?

5 Please _______ _______ the lights. Jody

6 Can I _______ the dog _______ for a walk?

Well, I (3 not put) ________ the money in the

7 Don’t _______ the newspaper _______ , I want to read it.

bank. First, I (4 look for) _______________ a

8 _______ _______ these black shoes, they’re smaller.

to do something special.

really big house, and I (5 like) ______________

9 _______ _______ those books on the floor. 10 You can’t have a sandwich, we’ve _______ _______ of bread.

Lisa

(6 like) _______________ to meet the Spice Girls?

11 _______ _______ and leave me alone! Jody 2 points for each correct answer

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No, I (7 would) _______________ ! If I (8 meet) _______________ them, I (9 not know) _______________ what to say!

Lisa

Oh, I (10 love) _______________ to meet them! It (11 be) _______________ fantastic! 2 points for each correct answer

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5 Which sentence fits the reply? Circle a, b, or c.

6 Translate these sentences.

1 a I’ve got a return ticket. b I forgot her birthday! c I’ve passed my exams!

Congratulations!

2 a Good luck! b Would you like a coffee? c I’d apologize if I were you.

Same to you.

3 a Haven’t we met before? b Great to see you again! c Bye for now!

See you later.

4 a I can’t come to your party. b I’d like to come to with you. c Thousands of people were killed.

Oh, what a pity!

5 a I didn’t win after all. b Let’s go out for dinner. c I don’t know what to do.

Good idea!

6 a He’s feeling much better now. b I’m sorry, but this is my seat. c Isn’t that your brother over there?

That’s right.

7 a Give me time to think. b Could I speak to Frank, please? c When did the programme finish?

Just a minute.

1 If we go on holiday, my friend will look after the cat.

2 A I’ve tried to look up her number in the phone book but I can’t find it. B Never mind. We can go to her house. She might be at home now. A B 3 What would you do if you didn’t get on with your family?

4 If I were you, I’d take that broken CD back to the shop.

5 A What are you going to do for your sister’s birthday? B I’m not sure. I might take her to a restaurant or I might cook a meal for her at home. A B

8 a His house burnt down last week. b I’ve lost your pen. c Would you mind if I left now?

Never mind.

9 a England might win. b Have you any advice for me? c Who’s that man over there?

I haven’t a clue.

10 a I’ve got an exam tomorrow. b I got all the questions right. c How would you do it?

Good luck!

11 a I believe you’re Tim Hodge. b I’m so sorry I’m late. c Is this seat taken?

That’s right.

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1 Circle the correct form of the verb.

3 Write sentences to use on the telephone.

1 I found / ’ve found my purse so we can go now.

1 speak / I / Bob / could / to / please / ? Could I speak to Bob, please?

2 Mr Steele has worked / worked here until last year. 3 You ’ve been working / worked hard yesterday.

2 this / James / is

4 You look hot! Have you been cooking / cooked? 5 I waited / ’ve been waiting here for hours.

3 Bob / that / is / ?

6 What have you been doing / did you do since lunchtime? 7 She ’s been studying / studied hard last term.

4 out / afraid / I’m / he’s

8 She ’s been studying / studied hard this term. 9 I ’ve been knowing / ’ve known her for a long time.

5 he’ll / know / back / you / be / do / time / what / ?

10 She ’s had / was having her baby – it’s a girl! 11 What did she say / was she saying when you told her? 1 point for each correct answer

6 try / I’ll / again / later

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7 a / I / take / can / message / ?

2 Complete the sentences with already or yet. already eaten our lunch. 1 We’ve _________

8 you / can / Mary / that / say / phoned / ?

2 Tina’s _________ told me that you won. Congratulations!

9 on / hold / I’ll / you / connect

3 Have you been to the doctor _________ ? 4 We’ve _________ seen that film – it was on last week. 5 Has the postman been _________ ?

10 I / to / could / please / speak / Ann / ?

6 Yes, he’s _________ been. He was here a long time ago.

11 take / details / can / just / I / some / ?

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ADJECTIVE

NOUN

VERB

_________ honesty honest

death _________

die

variety

_________

_________

advertise

success

_________

promise

_________

madness

_________

_________

invent

_________ comfortable

description

_________

_________ mysterious

_________

believe

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5 Complete the sentences with a verb from the box.

7 Translate these sentences.

Use the Present Perfect Continuous. swim write wait do bath sunbathe work

cook

decorate watch

1 I can’t play tennis because I’ve broken my arm. I had a car accident last week.

use

’s been swimming 1 John’s hair is wet. He __________________ .

2 We’ve already found a nice house but we haven’t moved in yet.

2 I’m sunburnt. I __________________ outside. 3 The floor is wet. Sue __________________ the dog! 4 My head aches. I __________________ the computer all morning. 5 Pete __________________ as a postman for years.

3 They’ve been working in Manchester since they left university.

6 You’re late! We __________________ for hours! 7 There’s paint everywhere. __________________ you 4 A Why is your face red? B I’ve been running.

__________________ ? 8 ‘Why are you crying?’ ‘ I __________________ onions.’

A B

9 I need a rest. I __________________ the housework since 9 a.m.

5 I’ve liked swimming since I was a child.

10 How long __________________ you __________________ that letter? 11 ‘Have you done your homework?’ ‘No, I __________________ TV.’ 2 points for each correct answer

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mainly

really

fluently

seriously

exactly

carefully and made no mistakes. 1 She did her work __________

2 It’s __________ two years since they got married. 3 Several people were _____________ hurt in the fire. 4 Kate teaches schoolchildren, __________ teenagers. 5 It was __________ kind of you to offer to help. 6 David speaks three languages __________ . 2 points for each correct answer

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1 Complete the sentences with already or yet.

3 Complete the sentences with an adverb from the box.

already eaten our lunch. 1 We’ve _________

carefully

mainly

really

fluently

seriously

exactly

2 We’ve _________ seen that film – it was on last week. 3 Yes, he’s _________ been. He was here a long time ago.

carefully and made no mistakes. 1 She did her work __________

4 Have you been to the doctor _________ ?

3 David speaks three languages __________ .

5 Tina’s _________ told me that you won. Congratulations!

4 Several people were _____________ hurt in the fire.

2 Kate teaches schoolchildren, __________ teenagers.

5 It’s __________ two years since they got married.

6 Has the postman been _________ ?

6 It was __________ kind of you to offer to help.

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2 Complete the sentences with a verb from the box. cook

decorate watch

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4 Complete the table.

Use the Present Perfect Continuous. swim write wait do bath sunbathe work

2 points for each correct answer

use

NOUN

’s been swimming . 1 John’s hair is wet. He __________________

2 Pete __________________ as a postman for years. 3 There’s paint everywhere. __________________ you __________________ ?

ADJECTIVE

NOUN

VERB

_________ honesty honest

death _________

die

madness

_________

_________

invent

_________ mysterious

_________

believe

success

_________

promise

_________

variety

_________

_________

advertise

description

_________

_________ comfortable

4 I’m sunburnt. I __________________ outside. 2 points for each correct answer

5 ‘Why are you crying?’ ‘ I __________________ onions.’

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5 Write sentences to use on the telephone.

6 My head aches. I __________________ the computer all morning.

1 speak / I / Bob / could / to / please / ? Could I speak to Bob, please?

7 How long __________________ you __________________ that letter?

2 he’ll / know / back / you / be / do / time / what / ?

8 The floor is wet. Sue __________________ the dog! 9 You’re late! We __________________ for hours!

3 a / I / take / can / message / ?

10 ‘Have you done your homework?’ ‘No, I __________________ TV.’

4 this / James / is

11 I need a rest. I __________________ the housework since 9 a.m. 2 points for each correct answer

5 you / can / Mary / that / say / phoned / ?

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7 I / to / could / please / speak / Ann / ?

7 Translate these sentences. 1 They’ve been working in Manchester since they left university.

8 Bob / that / is / ? 9 try / I’ll / again / later

2 I’ve liked swimming since I was a child. 10 take / details / can / just / I / some / ? 3 We’ve already found a nice house but we haven’t moved in yet.

11 on / hold / I’ll / you / connect

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4 I can’t play tennis because I’ve broken my arm. I had a car accident last week.

6 Circle the correct form of the verb. 1 I found / ’ve found my purse so we can go now. 2 I waited / ’ve been waiting here for hours. 3 She ’s been studying / studied hard last term.

5 A Why is your face red? B I’ve been running.

4 Mr Steele has worked / worked here until last year. 5 She ’s been studying / studied hard this term.

A

6 You look hot! Have you been cooking / cooked ?

B

7 She ’s had / was having her baby – it’s a girl!

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8 You ’ve been working / worked hard yesterday. 9 What have you been doing / did you do since lunchtime? 10 What did she say / was she saying when you told her? 11 I ’ve been knowing / ’ve known her for a long time. 1 point for each correct answer

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1 Circle the correct word to complete the sentences.

3 Read the text. Are the statements true (✓) or false (✗)?

1 My aunt’s a terrible cook / cooker! 2 Do you journey / travel abroad often?

THE MAN WHO COULD TURN BACK THE CLOCK

3 His best film was the last / latest before he died.

Once upon a time there was a man who had the power to turn back the clock. Whenever he wanted to change something he had done or said, he could repeat the event in the light of experience. Now one day it happened that this man was out for a walk when it started to rain, so he took shelter under a tree. After a few minutes the man was joined by a very beautiful young lady and her dog, who were also seeking shelter. The storm lasted about an hour. The man went home to his wife and told her why he was late. Immediately his wife questioned her husband’s behaviour with the young lady. She asked him about what had happended. The man replied in a surprised and hurt voice: ‘Why, nothing happened. I was a perfect gentleman. What do you expect? Especially when she had such a large dog with her.’ His wife was furious: ‘What!! Only the dog stopped you!’ The man realized his mistake and immediately turned the clock back a few minutes and tried the conversation again. This time when his wife expressed her fears, he said ‘It’s true the girl was very beautiful and she seemed to like me but my deep love for you gave me strength.’ However, his wife was even more furious: ‘What!! You wanted to kiss her! A bad thought is as terrible as a bad action.’

4 Can I borrow / lend this video? 5 My favourite play / game is rugby. 6 If she phones, say / tell that I’m out. 7 I won’t borrow / lend you anything again! 8 They’d rather live in a quiet / quite village. 9 Can you hear / listen that strange sound? 10 Please say / tell her I’m very sorry. 11 No one knows who’s / whose this coat is. 12 Someone robbed / stole his bag. 13 It’s OK – I’ll buy / pay the bill. 2 points for each correct answer

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2 Complete the text with the Past Perfect form of the verbs in brackets. ’d seen Mr Davis At the trial, Annette said she (1 see) _______

leaving the house. She (2 notice) _____________ that he was wearing a raincoat, and she (3 wonder) ___________

1 The man could try again and change the past. ____

why because it was hot and sunny. The man (4 not see)

2 He stood under a tree because it was raining.

____

_____________ her. He (5 begin) _____________ to

3 The quarrel with the lady lasted an hour.

____

walk away but he stopped suddenly. The man looked

4 His wife did not trust his explanation.

____

back and then got into a blue car that (6 be parked)

5 The man hurt his voice talking to her.

____

_____________ near the corner. Annette explained that

6 His wife hated large dogs.

____

she (7 cross) _____________ the road because she

7 The man looked at his watch.

____

(8 notice) _____________ a large bag by the wall. ‘I’d

8 He tried to explain to his wife again.

____

have opened it,’ she said, ‘but I (9 watch) _____________

9 His wife became angrier than before.

____

10 She said his actions were as bad as his thoughts.

____

a programme about bombs the night before so I was frightened. I decided to phone the police. By the time

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they (10 arrive) _____________ , the man

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7 ‘I’ll lend Mike some money.’

4 What do you say? Match a phrase in the box with a situation 1–7. Use each phrase once. Goodbye. We’ll let you know. Thanks for a lovely evening. Bye! Thank you for having me. Good luck in the future.

8 ‘Judy still hasn’t called.’

Have a safe journey. Goodnight. Bye! Drive carefully.

9 ‘Ted’s been gone a long time!’

1 (your colleague is leaving by plane) Have a safe journey.

10 ‘I’ve lost my watch again.’

2 (your friend is getting into his car)

11 ‘I’ll never get it right.’

3 (a student is leaving your course)

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6 Translate these sentences.

4 (you’ve been staying with friends)

1 When we arrived at the party, they had started the meal.

5 (you’re leaving work and it’s very late) 6 (you’ve been interviewing someone)

2 When we arrived at the party, they started the meal. 7 (you’re leaving a friend’s house after dinner) 3 He said that he would meet me at half past eight. 1 point for each correct answer

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5 Write these sentences again. Begin Gerry said . . . . 1 ‘I’m thinking.’ Gerry said he was thinking.

4 The teacher asked us if we understood the exercise.

5 My parents asked me where I had been all night.

2 ‘I feel very angry.’ 3 ‘John’s desperate.’ 4 ‘I’m going now.’

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1 What do you say? Match a phrase in the box with a situation

8 ‘John’s desperate.’

1–7. Use each phrase once. Goodbye. We’ll let you know. Thanks for a lovely evening. Bye! Thank you for having me. Good luck in the future.

9 ‘I can help Sam.’

Have a safe journey. Goodnight. Bye! Drive carefully.

10 ‘I’ll never get it right.’ 11 ‘Ted’s been gone a long time!’

1 (your colleague is leaving by plane) Have a safe journey. 2 (you’re leaving work and it’s very late)

2 points for each correct answer

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3 Complete the text with the Past Perfect form of the verbs in

3 (you’re leaving a friend’s house after dinner)

brackets. ’d seen Mr Davis At the trial, Annette said she (1 see) _______

4 (you’ve been interviewing someone)

leaving the house. She (2 notice) _____________ that he was wearing a raincoat, and she (3 wonder) ___________

5 (a student is leaving your course)

why because it was hot and sunny. The man (4 not see) _____________ her. He (5 begin) _____________ to

6 (you’ve been staying with friends)

walk away but he stopped suddenly. The man looked back and then got into a blue car that (6 be parked)

7 (your friend is getting into his car)

_____________ near the corner. Annette explained that 1 point for each correct answer

2 Write these sentences again. Begin Gerry said . . . .

6

she (7 cross) _____________ the road because she (8 notice) _____________ a large bag by the wall. ‘I’d have opened it,’ she said, ‘but I (9 watch) _____________ a programme about bombs the night before so I was

1 ‘I’m thinking.’ Gerry said he was thinking.

frightened. I decided to phone the police. By the time

2 ‘I’m glad that I went.’

(11 go) _____________ .’

3 ‘I’ll lend Mike some money.’ 4 ‘I feel very angry.’

they (10 arrive) _____________ , the man

2 points for each correct answer

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4 Circle the correct word to complete the sentences. 1 My aunt’s a terrible cook / cooker ! 2 If she phones, say / tell that I’m out.

5 ‘Judy still hasn’t called.’

3 Can you hear / listen that strange sound? 4 His best film was the last / latest before he died.

6 ‘I’m going now.’

5 Please say / tell her I’m very sorry. 6 I won’t borrow / lend you anything again!

7 ‘I’ve lost my watch again.’

7 No one knows who’s / whose this coat is. 8 Can I borrow / lend this video?

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9 They’d rather live in a quiet / quite village.

6 Translate these sentences.

10 It’s OK – I’ll buy / pay the bill.

1 He said that he would meet me at half past eight.

11 Someone robbed / stole his bag. 12 My favourite play / game is rugby. 13 Do you journey / travel abroad often?

2 My parents asked me where I had been all night. 2 points for each correct answer

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5 Read the text. Are the statements true (✓) or false (✗)?

3 When we arrived at the party, they started the meal.

THE MAN WHO COULD TURN BACK THE CLOCK

Once upon a time there was a man who had the power to turn back the clock. Whenever he wanted to change something he had done or said, he could repeat the event in the light of experience. Now one day it happened that this man was out for a walk when it started to rain, so he took shelter under a tree. After a few minutes the man was joined by a very beautiful young lady and her dog, who were also seeking shelter. The storm lasted about an hour. The man went home to his wife and told her why he was late. Immediately his wife questioned her husband’s behaviour with the young lady. She asked him about what had happended. The man replied in a surprised and hurt voice: ‘Why, nothing happened. I was a perfect gentleman. What do you expect? Especially when she had such a large dog with her.’ His wife was furious: ‘What!! Only the dog stopped you!’ The man realized his mistake and immediately turned the clock back a few minutes and tried the conversation again. This time when his wife expressed her fears, he said ‘It’s true the girl was very beautiful and she seemed to like me but my deep love for you gave me strength.’ However, his wife was even more furious: ‘What!! You wanted to kiss her! A bad thought is as terrible as a bad action.’

4 When we arrived at the party, they had started the meal.

5 The teacher asked us if we understood the exercise.

2 points for each correct answer

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TOTAL

100

1 The man could try again and change the past. ____ 2 He stood under a tree because it was raining.

____

3 The quarrel with the lady lasted an hour.

____

4 His wife did not trust his explanation.

____

5 The man hurt his voice talking to her.

____

6 His wife hated large dogs.

____

7 The man looked at his watch.

____

8 He tried to explain to his wife again.

____

9 His wife became angrier than before.

____

10 She said his actions were as bad as his thoughts.

____

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T 1.5

Listen to the text about Steve and put ✓ or ✗.

4 The robber went into the bank at half past one. 5 He asked for $2,000.

1 He lives in a flat.

6 He said he had a bomb.

2 His brother is staying with him.

7 The teller saw the hamburger.

3 He is an architect.

8 She gave the robber the money.

4 His job is well paid.

9 The robber dropped the money. 10 He escaped on the bus.

5 He doesn’t like his neighbour. 6 Mrs Snell always talks to him. 7 His party finished at 11 o’clock. 8 After the party he went to the pub.

Unit 4

9 His friend is in hospital.

Tick (✓) the correct answer.

10 His friend is Chinese.

Unit 2

p120

T 4.5

1 The customer wants to buy

a b c

a jumper. a jacket. jeans.

2 Her size is

a b c

small. large. medium.

3 It costs

a b c

£29.99. £39.99. £49.99.

4 Vogue is on

a b c

the bottom shelf. the middle shelf. the top shelf.

5 The customer has

a b c

a cold. a headache. a sore nose.

Texts d and e p118

T 2.1

Listen and complete the texts. Well, my country’s got a population of … er… about three and a half million, so it’s not a big place. Most of the people are from Europe, but about (1) ________ per cent are Maori … they were the original inhabitants. A lot of people (2) ________ in bungalows, which are small houses on one (3) ________ , and have a pet. It’s a very beautiful country. It’s got a lot of mountains and people (4) ________ the countryside. Oh, and we’re very good at rugby and cricket. My country is in the northern part of a (5) ________ country, but we’ve got our own parliament. There are just over (6) ________ million of us. We’ve got a lot of mountains, and there are also lots of (7) ________ , lakes, and islands. People come to my country to (8) ________ . Our salmon is famous all over the (9) ________ . And we also produce a very famous drink (10) ________ whisky.

Unit 5

Texts 1–4 p120

T 5.1

Listen and put ✓ or ✗. 1 Sean wants to be an architect. 2 Sean wants to go to the moon.

Unit 3

T 3.5

Hands up, I’ve got a burger! p119

Listen and put ✓ or ✗. 1 The robbery happened last Tuesday. 2 The robber stole $1,000. 3 The robber’s name is Bill McGinnis.

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3 Mel is in her first year at university. 4 Mel wants to go round the world. 5 Justin loves flying. 6 Justin is married. 7 Martyn loves writing. 8 Martyn wants to live in London.

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p121

T 6.1

Listen and put ✓ or ✗.

Unit 8

Karl p123

T 8.4

Listen and put ✓ or ✗.

1 Ellen often leaves Chicago.

1 In January it snows a lot.

2 Todd plays tennis a lot.

2 People go swimming at the weekends.

3 Todd has been to Australia.

3 It is too cold to eat lunch outside.

4 Chicago is a cosmopolitan city.

4 A lot of the towns are pretty.

5 It was hot in January.

5 There are some beautiful rivers.

6 Todd was in Dubai in September.

6 There are mountains all around.

7 Dubai is very modern.

7 Fondue is a drink.

8 Ellen has been to Paris.

8 Karl doesn’t like fondue.

9 Todd likes the buildings in Paris. 10 Paris is romantic in June.

Unit 9 Unit 7

p122

T 7.2

T 9.3

p124

Listen and put ✓ or ✗. 1 Paul is going to New York.

Tick (✓) the correct answer.

2 Mary will telephone from the hotel.

1 Anthony Trollope travelled to a b c

India. America. Australia.

3 Paul is going out with Henry tonight.

a b c

stories. poems. plays.

6 Paul will pick Mary up at the airport.

a b c

1970. 1980. 1990.

4 She studied

a b c

Spanish. French. English.

I have always enjoyed walking. When I was a boy, I used to go walking at weekends with my (1) ___________ . We went camping and climbing together.

5 She writes her books with

a b c

a typewriter. a pen. a pencil.

I try to visit a new place every year. Last year I decided to walk a path in Spain called El Camino del Rey, which means the King’s Way. It is one of the highest and most (2) ___________ footpaths in Europe. It used to be very safe, but now it is falling down.

2 Joanna Trollope writes

3 Her first book came out in

4 Mary will leave a phone message. 5 The plane arrives at 10.00. 7 Mary will water the plants.

Unit 10

T 10.1

p125

Listen and complete the text.

I took a train to the (3) ___________ of El Chorro and started to walk towards the mountains. I was very (4) ___________ . Then the adventure began. The path was about three feet wide and there were (5) ___________ in it. It used to have a handrail, but not any more. I didn’t know what to do – should I go on my (6) ___________ and knees, or stand up? I decided to stand up and walk very slowly. At times

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Listening tests the path was only as wide as my two boots. I stopped to have a rest, but there was (7) ___________ to sit.

4 Ruth is very

I began to feel very frightened. It was (8) ___________ to look down or look up. I was concentrating so hard that my body started aching. There was no thrill of danger, no (9) ___________ of the view. I thought I was going to die.

a b c

adventurous. ambitious. nervous.

5 Henry might go to

I finally managed to get to the end. I was shaking, and I was covered in sweat from heat and (10) ___________ . I fell to the ground, exhausted.

a b c

America. Australia. Argentina.

6 He might work in a

a b c

museum. library. restaurant.

7 He might earn money by

a b c

painting. singing. writing.

Unit 11

p126

T 11.4

Listen and complete the text. The history of modern chewing gum (1) ___________ in 19th century America. In 1892 a clever (2) ___________ salesman called William Wrigley decided that chewing gum was the thing of the future. Wrigley was a business genius. He was the (3) ___________ to use advertising to sell in a big way. (4) ___________ Leanne. William Wrigley was really an advertising genius. He hired (5) ___________ of pretty girls, who he called ‘the Wrigley girls’. They (6) ___________ up and down the streets of Chicago and New York City handing out free gum. Millions of pieces were given away. He (7) ___________ had huge electric signs and billboards – one billboard was a mile (8) ___________ , it ran along the side of the (9) ___________ track. So with all this, chewing gum became very popular all (10) ___________ the USA.

Unit 13

p127

T 13.1

Listen and put ✓ or ✗. 1 He has been on the streets for a month. 2 He came to London to look for work. 3 He sells the magazine every day. 4 He doesn’t have any friends. 5 He needs somewhere to live. 6 He can’t get a job. 7 He sells fifteen copies a day. 8 He has sold fourteen copies today.

Unit 14

p128

T 14.7

Listen and put ✓ or ✗.

Unit 12

p126

T 12.4

Tick (✓) the correct answer. 1 Ruth is having a holiday in

2 She wants to work in

3 She is going to buy a flat with her

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1 Carmen thinks writing romantic novels is easy. 2 Bradley is her husband.

a b c

France. Italy. Spain.

a b c

a hospital. an office. the media.

a b c

brother. friend. sister.

3 Her first husband was an actor. 4 Tony Marsh makes her unhappy. 5 She has been married for nearly twelve years. 6 She has written five novels. 7 She has three children. 8 She is an old lady.

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UNIT 1 TEST A

UNIT 1 TEST B

1

2 How 6 Where 10 When

2

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Do girls study more than boys? Is he living in Warsaw? Does Ian play football for Arsenal? Do they watch television every night? Can I help you wash up? Is John having a shower? Does Tom have a good job? Do you know that you’re wrong? Are dogs very clever? Are some video games very expensive?

2 4 6 8 10

are you Do you have you enjoying you married of music do you

3 5 7 9 11

Where’s are you studying Where were you do you like you go to

4

2 4 6 8 10

’s listening don’t smoke goes isn’t studying Are you wearing

3 5 7 9 11

5

2 4 6 8 10

politician manager receptionist photographer postman/woman

6

2 4 6 8 10

How are you? Sleep well. Thanks. Same to you. Thank you. Nothing much.

3

3 Where 7 What 11 who

1

2 4 6 8 10

are you studying are you Do you have Where’s you go to

2

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Do they watch television every night? Is John having a shower? Do girls study more than boys? Does Tom have a good job? Does Ian play football for Arsenal? Are dogs very clever? Is he living in Warsaw? Can I help you wash up? Are some video games very expensive? Do you know that you’re wrong?

3

2 How 6 Where 10 When

fly Is Mr Taylor using is helping see has

4

2 4 6 8 10

Excuse me. How are you? Sleep well. Not at all. Don’t mention it. Cheers.

3 5 7 9 11

policeman/woman journalist artist electrician scientist

5

2 4 6 8 10

Is Mr Taylor using ’s listening don’t smoke fly has

3 5 7 9 11

is helping isn’t studying Are you wearing goes see

3 5 7 9 11

Not at all. Don’t mention it. Excuse me. Good morning. Bye for now. Cheers.

6

2 4 6 8 10

journalist politician manager policeman/woman scientist

3 5 7 9 11

artist photographer postman/woman receptionist electrician

4 Why 8 Which

5 What 9 Whose

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3 5 7 9 11

Where were you you married of music do you you enjoying do you like

4 Why 8 Which

3 5 7 9 11

5 What 9 Whose

Good morning. Thank you. Nothing much. Thanks. Same to you. Bye for now.

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1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

No, she hasn’t. Yes, she is. Yes, she does. No, she hasn’t. Yes, she is. Yes, I do. / No, I don’t. Yes, I am. / No, I’m not. Yes, I can. / No, I can’t. Yes, they are. / No, they’re not. Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.

2

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20

’m doesn’t rain come makes don’t understand learn know have are want

3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21

’s rains like Do … have don’t speak don’t invite take are enjoy hope

3

2 4 6 8 10

’m cooking have often paints doesn’t play Do you always wear

3 5 7 9 11

’s talking Are you going ’s sitting ’s washing ’s watching

4

2 5 8 11

smoking shining having raining

5

1 ✗ 6 ✓

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2 ✓ 7 ✓

3 getting 6 taking 9 swimming

3 ✓ 8 ✓

4 ✓ 9 ✗

4 stopping 7 running 10 beginning

5 ✗ 10 ✗

1

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20

’m doesn’t rain come makes don’t understand learn know have are want

3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21

’s rains like Do … have don’t speak don’t invite take are enjoy hope

2

2 4 6 8 10

Are you going ’m cooking have ’s talking ’s watching

3 5 7 9 11

’s sitting doesn’t play Do you always wear often paints ’s washing

3

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Yes, she does. Yes, she is. Yes, she is. No, she hasn’t. No, she hasn’t. Yes, I can. / No, I can’t. Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t. Yes, I am. / No, I’m not. Yes, I do. / No, I don’t. Yes, they are. / No, they’re not.

4

1 ✗ 6 ✓

5

2 5 8 11

2 ✓ 7 ✓

shining having getting swimming

3 ✓ 8 ✓

4 ✓ 9 ✗

3 running 6 stopping 9 taking

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1

1 3 5 7 9

UNIT 3 TEST B

walked was shining saw was singing met

2 4 6 8 10

didn’t want was walking passed continued stopped

went didn’t understand were didn’t have ate

3 5 7 9 11

spoke didn’t matter saw tried had

1

2 for 4 while 6 While

2

2 Today is November the thirtieth. /

3 During 5 during

Today is the thirtieth of November.

2

2 4 6 8 10

3 It begins on February the second. / It begins on the second of February.

4 Let’s meet on June the sixteenth. / Let’s meet on the sixteenth of June.

5 They arrive on March the thirty-first. /

3

1 ✗ 6 ✓

2 ✗ 7 ✗

3 ✓ 8 ✓

4 ✗ 9 ✗

They arrive on the thirty-first of March.

5 ✗ 10 ✓

6 We leave on August the twelfth. / We leave on the twelfth of August.

4

2 during 4 for 6 During

3 while 5 While

5

1 on 6 on

6

2 They arrive on March the thirty-first. /

2 on 7 in

3 at 8 –

4 in 9 in

3

1 3 5 7 9

4

walked was shining saw was singing met

2 4 6 8 10

didn’t want was walking passed continued stopped

2 4 6 8 10

went didn’t understand were didn’t have ate

3 5 7 9 11

spoke didn’t matter saw tried had

5

2 5 8 11

arrived saved robbed clapped

6

1 ✗ 6 ✓

2 ✗ 7 ✗

3 ✓ 8 ✓

4 ✗ 9 ✗

5 ✗ 10 ✓

7

1 on 6 on

2 on 7 in

3 at 8 –

4 in 9 in

5 – 10 in

5 – 10 in

They arrive on the thirty-first of March.

3 Let’s meet on June the sixteenth. / Let’s meet on the sixteenth of June.

4 Today is November the thirtieth. / Today is the thirtieth of November.

5 We leave on August the twelfth. / We leave on the twelfth of August.

6 It begins on February the second. /

3 sent 6 smiled 9 planned

4 used 7 travelled 10 made

It begins on the second of February.

7

2 5 8 11

used arrived saved made

3 robbed 6 planned 9 clapped

4 smiled 7 sent 10 travelled

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1

1 4 7 10

the 2 a – (the is possible) 5 a – 8 an the

2

2 4 6 8 10

something anything something anything anyone/anybody

3 an 6 a 9 The

3 5 7 9 11

2 a paper 5 a glass 8 glass

3 a coffee 6 a cake 9 coffee

4 chocolate 7 chocolate 10 cake

4

2 5 8 11

3 6 9 12

4 7 10 13

5

1 ✗ 6 ✓

6

2 3 4 5 6

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2 ✗ 7 ✗

keys addresses ladies churches

3 ✗ 8 ✓

4 ✓ 9 ✗

I wonder if you could help me? How would you like to pay? Can you tell me where it is? The changing rooms are over there. I’m afraid there aren’t any left.

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sheep fish sandwiches women

2 a glass 5 glass 8 a coffee

3 chocolate 6 chocolate 9 a cake

2

2 4 6 8 10

anyone/anybody something anything someone/somebody Someone/Somebody

3

1 4 7 10

the 2 a – (the is possible) 5 a – 8 an the

someone/somebody anyone/anybody anyone/anybody someone/somebody Someone/Somebody

3

glasses cities potatoes people

1

3 5 7 9 11

anyone/anybody anything anyone/anybody something someone/somebody

3 an 6 a 9 The

4

1 ✗ 6 ✓

5

2 3 4 5 6

Can you tell me where it is? I’m afraid there aren’t any left. How would you like to pay? I wonder if you could help me? The changing rooms are over there.

6

2 5 8 11

addresses sandwiches cities women

5 ✗ 10 ✓

2 ✗ 7 ✗

3 ✗ 8 ✓

3 6 9 12

4 a paper 7 cake 10 coffee

4 ✓ 9 ✗

ladies fish potatoes sheep

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4 7 10 13

keys people churches glasses

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1

2 5 8 11

to go to listen to dance to try

2

2 4 6 8 10

isn’t going ’ll carry ’ll help Is he going to stay ’s going to study

3

2 5 8 11

pack cash do order

4

2 of 6 in 10 for

5

1 ✗ 6 ✗

6

2 3 4 5 6

3 to arrive 6 watching 9 to become

3 5 7 9 11

Are you going to play is she going to watch ’m going to bake ’ll buy ’ll go

3 ride 6 drive 9 make

4 cook 7 pay 10 tell

3 with 7 to 11 in 2 ✓ 7 ✗

4 to be 7 to meet 10 playing

4 at 8 at

3 ✓ 8 ✗

1

2 5 8 11

2

2 for 6 at 10 in

3

2 4 6 8 10

is she going to watch isn’t going ’ll carry Are you going to play ’ll go

4

2 5 8 11

to listen to dance to arrive to become

5

2 3 4 5 6

tired excited better depressed well

6

1 ✗ 6 ✗

5 for 9 for

4 ✓ 9 ✓

5 ✗ 10 ✓

depressed better tired well excited

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cash do ride make

3 to 7 for 11 for

2 ✓ 7 ✗

4 pack 7 tell 10 order

4 of 8 with

3 5 7 9 11

5 at 9 in

’m going to bake Is he going to stay ’s going to study ’ll help ’ll buy

3 to meet 6 to be 9 watching

4 to go 7 playing 10 to try

3 ✓ 8 ✗

5 ✗ 10 ✓

4 ✓ 9 ✓

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1

2 5 8 11

2

2 d 7 a

3

4

same same same same

3 h 8 b

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

wealthier more crowded noisier kinder busier further more interesting worse better drier

2 5 8 11

into left next to on

UNIT 6 TEST B 3 opposite 6 opposite 9 same

4 opposite 7 opposite 10 opposite

4 i 9 c

6 j 11 f

5 k 10 g

wealthiest most crowded noisiest kindest busiest furthest most interesting worst best driest

3 down 6 opposite 9 through

5

1 ✗ 6 ✗

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2 ✗ 7 ✓

3 ✓ 8 ✓

4 ✗ 9 ✗

1

kinder further wealthier more interesting noisier better more crowded busier drier 11 worse

kindest furthest wealthiest most interesting noisiest best most crowded busiest driest worst

2

1 ✗ 6 ✗

2 ✗ 7 ✓

3 ✓ 8 ✓

4 ✗ 9 ✗

5 ✗ 10 ✗

3

2 k 7 g

3 a 8 h

4 d 9 j

5 b 10 f

6 i 11 c

4

2 5 8 11

same same opposite same

3 opposite 6 opposite 9 opposite

4 same 7 opposite 10 same

5

2 5 8 11

into left next to on

3 down 6 opposite 9 through

4 right 7 in front of 10 over

4 right 7 in front of 10 over

5 ✗ 10 ✗

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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1

2 5 8 11

Yes, I do. Yes, we do. Yes, I did. Yes, I would.

2

2 4 6 8 10

missed did they tell ’s had Have you asked haven’t known

3 5 7 9 11

live in 2 For 4 work / ’m 6 worked 8 you have / you own 10

have you lived / have you been do you / work do you did you do did you I have / I do

3

4

1 3 5 7 9

3 No, it isn’t. 6 No, he didn’t. 9 No, it hasn’t.

4 No, I haven’t. 7 No, it can’t. 10 Yes, I will.

’ve lived ’ve been built did you pay has been

Peter’s been waiting for two weeks. / a few days.

1

2 4 6 8 10

2

1 3 5 7 9

3

1 4 7 10

still hard usually Of course

2 only 5 nearly 8 together

4

2 5 8 11

Yes, I do. Yes, we do. Yes, I did. Yes, I would.

3 No, it isn’t. 6 No, he didn’t. 9 No, it hasn’t.

4 No, I haven’t. 7 No, it can’t. 10 Yes, I will.

5

1 ✗ 6 ✓

3 ✓ 8 ✓

5 ✓ 10 ✓

Peter’s been waiting since eight o’clock. / 1990. / Monday. I’ve known about it for two weeks. / a few days. I’ve known about it since Monday. / eight o’clock. / 1990. / I was sixteen.

5

6

1 4 7 10

still hard usually Of course

1 ✗ 6 ✓

2 ✓ 7 ✓

2 only 5 nearly 8 together

3 especially 6 just 9 slowly

6

3 5 7 9 11

’ve been missed did they tell ’ve lived has been live in For work / ’m worked you have / you own

2 ✓ 7 ✓

2 4 6 8 10

built Have you asked haven’t known ’s had did you pay

have you lived / have you been do you / work do you did you do did you I have / I do

3 especially 6 just 9 slowly

4 ✗ 9 ✗

Peter’s been waiting for two weeks. / a few days. Peter’s been waiting since eight o’clock. / 1990. / Monday. I’ve known about it for two weeks. / a few days.

3 ✓ 8 ✓

4 ✗ 9 ✗

5 ✓ 10 ✓

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1

1 3 5 7 9

miner detective architect vet plumber

2

2 5 8 11

have to have to have to should

3

2 4 6 8 10

in bed a word with someone your time being silly what you’ve missed

2 4 6 8 10

artist farmer mechanic lawyer firefighter

3 should 6 has to 9 has to

4

2 3 4 5 6

5

1 ✗ 6 ✓

6

2 3 4 5 6

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3 5 7 9 11

4 should 7 should 10 had to

your job poetry your age abroad cruel to be kind

Do you have to go to university to be a lawyer? How often do you have to go to the dentist’s? What time do you have to start work in the morning? Why did the doctor have to take your temperature? Do you have to speak English all the time in class?

2 ✓ 7 ✗

no would hours their saw

3 ✓ 8 ✓

4 ✓ 9 ✓

5 ✗ 10 ✗

1

2 4 6 8 10

2

2 3 4 5 6

What time do you have to start work in the morning? Do you have to speak English all the time in class? How often do you have to go to the dentist’s? Do you have to go to university to be a lawyer? Why did the doctor have to take your temperature?

3

2 5 8 11

have to have to should has to

4

1 3 5 7 9

miner detective architect vet plumber

5

1 ✗ 6 ✓

6

2 3 4 5 6

poetry in bed a word with someone your job cruel to be kind

3 5 7 9 11

your age being silly what you’ve missed your time abroad

3 should 6 should 9 has to

2 ✓ 7 ✗

2 4 6 8 10 3 ✓ 8 ✓

4 have to 7 had to 10 should

artist farmer mechanic lawyer firefighter

4 ✓ 9 ✓

5 ✗ 10 ✗

hours saw would no their

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1

2 3 4 5 6

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when If before until before

2

2 do 6 do 10 make

3

2 4 6 8 10

4

2 at for 6 for by 10 on at

3 take 7 get 11 get

4 make 8 take

3 5 7 9 11

is ’ll phone go arrives ’ll call

3 on by 7 by on 11 at on

5 make 9 take

doesn’t pay will … help don’t water will … say won’t wait

4 in on 8 in by

5 on in 9 for in

1

2 4 6 8 10

2

2 on in 6 in on 10 at on

3

2 3 4 5 6

4

1 ✗ 6 ✗

5 5

1 ✗ 6 ✗

2 ✗ 7 ✓

3 ✓ 8 ✗

4 ✗ 9 ✓

5 ✗ 10 ✓

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will … help is ’ll phone doesn’t pay won’t wait

3 by on 7 on at 11 for in

don’t water arrives ’ll call go will … say

4 at for 8 on by

5 in by 9 for by

before before If when until

2 make 6 make 10 get

2 ✗ 7 ✓

3 ✓ 8 ✗

3 get 7 make 11 take

4 ✗ 9 ✓ 4 do 8 take

5 ✗ 10 ✓ 5 take 9 do

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1

2 5 8 11

used to use used to use

3 use to 6 use to 9 used to

4 use to 7 used to 10 use to

1

2 5 8 11

2

2 5 8 11

such such a so such a

3 so many 6 so much 9 such a

4 so 7 such a 10 so many

2

2 exciting 4 annoying 6 worried

to read speaking choosing to come

3 learning 6 to buy 9 to spend

3 5 7 9 11

8 exhausted

10 annoyed

3 4

5

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1 ✓ 6 ✗

2 ✗ 7 ✗

2 5 8 11

to do to read speaking to open

2 4 6 8 10

annoying worried surprised surprising worrying

Answer Key

3 ✗ 8 ✓

4 ✓ 9 ✓

3 choosing 6 to spend 9 to come

3 5 7 9 11

exhausted exciting exhausting excited annoyed

5 ✓ 10 ✗

4 to do 7 to feel 10 to open

exhausting surprising worrying surprised excited

3

2 5 8 11

such a so so many such a

3 such a 6 so 9 so much

4 such 7 so many 10 such a

4

2 5 8 11

use used to use to used to

3 used to 6 use to 9 use to

4 used to 7 use to 10 use

5

1 ✓ 6 ✗

4 to buy 7 learning 10 to feel

2 ✗ 7 ✗

3 ✗ 8 ✓

4 ✓ 9 ✓

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1

make steal fly build drive speak rob break sell hurt

made stole flew built drove spoke robbed broke sold hurt

UNIT 11 TEST B made stolen flown built driven spoken robbed broken sold hurt

1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

What did she say to you? Last year, I studied/was studying in Bournemouth. Don’t worry, your keys will be found. Who were you talking to? Are the best cameras made in Japan? Phil has been given a new heart. Coca-Cola has been produced since 1895. Volkswagen cars are made in Germany. How much did you drink last night? Nylon is used to make many things.

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Are planes made in your country? The Lottery was won by an old man. Driving should be banned in the High Street. Has my car been repaired? Pineapples aren’t grown in England. He gave her a video for her birthday. Someone has stolen my purse from my bag. Does Australia produce good wines? John Pemberton invented Coca-Cola. Should they allow smoking in hospitals?

2

Don’t worry, your keys will be found. Coca-Cola has been produced since 1895. Are the best cameras made in Japan? What did she say to you? Volkswagen cars are made in Germany. Last year, I studied/was studying in Bournemouth. Who were you talking to? 9 Nylon is used to make many things. 10 Phil has been given a new heart. 11 How much did you drink last night?

2

3

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Has my car been repaired? Driving should be banned in the High Street. Are planes made in your country? Pineapples aren’t grown in England. The Lottery was won by an old man. John Pemberton invented Coca-Cola. Does Australia produce good wines? He gave her a video for her birthday. Should they allow smoking in hospitals? Someone has stolen my purse from my bag.

3

4

2 3 4 5 6

built was bought arrived haven’t been hasn’t been

4

2 b 7 a

5

2 3 4 5 6

5

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

2 k 7 i

3 h 8 g

4 c 9 e

5 b 10 a

6 d 11 j

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build speak make rob fly sell steal drive hurt break

built spoke made robbed flew sold stole drove hurt broke

3 i 8 h

built spoken made robbed flown sold stolen driven hurt broken

4 k 9 d

5 g 10 j

6 c 11 e

arrived hasn’t been was bought built haven’t been

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1

2 5 8 11

won ’d like met would be

2

2 4 6 8 10

had ’d ask ’d help Would … close knew

3 4

5

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2 a 7 c

3 b 8 b

2 4 6 8 10

go back take … out Pick up turn off throw … away

2 5 8 11

perhaps Perhaps perhaps perhaps

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UNIT 12 TEST B 3 wouldn’t put 6 Would you like 9 wouldn’t know

3 5 7 9 11 4 c 9 a

’d be didn’t come would you do lost would … like

5 a 10 b 3 5 7 9 11

4 ’d look for 7 wouldn’t 10 ’d love

6 c 11 a

Try on put … on look after Go away run out

3 perhaps 6 Perhaps 9 might

4 might 7 might 10 might

1

2 5 8 11

Perhaps perhaps perhaps might

2

2 4 6 8 10

put … on go back take … out Try on run out

3 5 7 9 11

look after turn off throw … away Pick up Go away

3

2 4 6 8 10

didn’t come had ’d ask ’d be would … like

3 5 7 9 11

would you do Would … close knew ’d help lost

4

2 5 8 11

won ’d like met would be

5

2 a 7 b

3 might 6 might 9 Perhaps

3 c 8 b

4 perhaps 7 might 10 perhaps

3 wouldn’t put 6 Would you like 9 wouldn’t know

4 ’d look for 7 wouldn’t 10 ’d love

4 a 9 c

6 c 11 a

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2 4 6 8 10

2

2 3 4 5 6

3

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

4

UNIT 13 TEST B

1

2 3 4 5 6

already yet already yet already

2

2 4 6 8 10

This is James. Is that Bob? I’m afraid he’s out. Do you know what time he’ll be back? I’ll try again later. Can I take a message? Can you say that Mary phoned? Hold on, I’ll connect you. Could I speak to Ann, please? Can I just take some details?

3

2 3 4 5 6

worked been cooking have you been doing ’s been studying ’s had

3 5 7 9 11

worked ’ve been waiting studied ’ve known did she say

4

Noun

Adjective

Noun

Verb

variety success madness comfort mystery

various successful mad comfortable mysterious

advertisement promise invention description belief

advertise promise invent describe believe

5

2 4 6 8 10

6

2 3 4 5 6

’ve been sunbathing ’ve been using ’ve been waiting ’ve been cooking have … been writing

3 5 7 9 11

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3 5 7 9 11

Have … been decorating ’ve been cooking have … been writing ’ve been waiting ’ve been doing

mainly fluently seriously exactly really

Noun

Adjective

Noun

Verb

madness mystery success variety comfort

mad mysterious successful various comfortable

invention belief promise advertisement description

invent believe promise advertise describe

5

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Do you know what time he’ll be back? Can I take a message? This is James. Can you say that Mary phoned? I’m afraid he’s out. Could I speak to Ann, please? Is that Bob? I’ll try again later. Can I just take some details? Hold on, I’ll connect you.

6

2 4 6 8 10

’ve been waiting worked been cooking worked did she say

’s been bathing ’s been working Have … been decorating ’ve been doing ’ve been watching

exactly seriously mainly really fluently

already already yet already yet

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3 5 7 9 11

studied ’s been studying ’s had have you been doing ’ve known

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1

2 travel 6 say 10 tell

2

2 4 6 8 10

1 ✓ 6 ✗

4

2 3 4 5 6 7

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2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

3 last 7 lend 11 whose

2 ✓ 7 ✗

4 borrow 8 quiet 12 stole 3 5 7 9 11

’d noticed hadn’t seen had been parked ’d noticed ’d arrived

3

5

UNIT 14 TEST B

3 ✗ 8 ✓

5 game 9 hear 13 pay

’d wondered ’d begun ’d crossed ’d watched had gone

4 ✓ 9 ✓

2 3 4 5 6 7

2

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Gerry said (that) he was glad that he went. Gerry said (that) he would lend Mike some money. Gerry said (that) he felt very angry. Gerry said (that) Judy still hadn’t called. Gerry said (that) he was going now. Gerry said (that) he had lost his watch again. Gerry said (that) John was desperate. Gerry said (that) he could help Sam. Gerry said (that) he’d never get it right. Gerry said (that) Ted had been gone a long time.

3

2 4 6 8 10

’d noticed hadn’t seen had been parked ’d noticed ’d arrived

4

2 say 6 lend 10 pay

5 ✗ 10 ✗

Bye! Drive carefully. Good luck in the future. Bye! Thank you for having me. Goodnight. Goodbye. We’ll let you know. Thanks for a lovely evening. Gerry said (that) he felt very angry. Gerry said (that) John was desperate. Gerry said (that) he was going now. Gerry said (that) he was glad that he went. Gerry said (that) he could help Sam. Gerry said (that) he would lend Mike some money. Gerry said (that) Judy still hadn’t called. Gerry said (that) Ted had been gone a long time. Gerry said (that) he had lost his watch again. Gerry said (that) he’d never get it right.

Answer Key

1

5

Goodnight. Thanks for a lovely evening. Goodbye. We’ll let you know. Good luck in the future. Bye! Thank you for having me. Bye! Drive carefully.

1 ✓ 6 ✗

3 5 7 9 11

3 hear 7 whose 11 stole 2 ✓ 7 ✗

3 ✗ 8 ✓

’d wondered ’d begun ’d crossed ’d watched had gone

4 last 8 borrow 12 game 4 ✓ 9 ✓

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1 ✓ 6 ✗

2 ✗ 7 ✓

Unit 7 3 ✗ 8 ✗

4 ✓ 9 ✓

5 ✓ 10 ✗

1 c

Unit 8 Unit 2

1✓ 2 live 6 five 10 called

3 floor 7 rivers

Listening

1 ✓ 6 ✓

2 ✓ 7 ✗

1✗ 3 ✗ 8 ✓

4 ✓ 9 ✗

1 4 7 10

Listening

1 a

Unit 6 1 ✗ 6 ✗

5 b

Listening

2 c

3 b

2✗

3✗

4✓

5✗

6✓

7✗

4✓

5✗

6✓

7✗

8✗

4 b

Listening 2✓

3 ✓

Listening

father excited nowhere fear

2 dangerous 5 holes 8 impossible

3 village 6 hands 9 enjoyment

2 young 5 hundreds 8 long

3 first 6 walked 9 train

5 a

Unit 11

1✗

4 c

5 ✗ 10 ✗

Unit 10

Unit 5

3 b

4 love 8 fish

Unit 9

Unit 4

2 a

Listening

1 twelve 5 bigger 9 world

Unit 3

Listening

Listening

Listening 2✗

3✗

4✓

5✓

6✗

7✓

8✗

1 4 7 10

begins Here’s also over

Listening 2 ✓ 7 ✓

3 ✓ 8 ✗

4 ✓ 9 ✓

5 ✓ 10 ✗

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Listening 2c

3c

4b

5a

6c

7a

Listening 2✓

3✓

4✗

5✓

6✓

7✗

8✗

4✗

5✗

6✓

7✗

8✗

Listening 2✗

Answer Key

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