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Czasu present continuous używamy również do mówienia o konkretnych planach na przyszłość. We’re having a party next Saturday. What are you doing next weekend? Jeśli używamy czasu present continuous do mówienia o przyszłości, stosujemy wówczas wyrażenia czasowe odnoszące się do przyszłości. tomorrow, next weekend, next week, next month, next year Tom is coming tomorrow.

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appearance (n)

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attractive (adj)

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body (n) characteristic (adj)

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eyes (n pl)

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face (n)

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fair (hair) (adj)

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height (n)

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long (hair) (adj)

wygląd atrakcyjny ciało charakterystyczny ciemne (włosy) oczy twarz jasne (włosy) wzrost długie (włosy)

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short (hair) (adj)

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imaginative (adj) independent (adj) jealous (adj) lively (adj) loyal (adj) mean (adj) moody (adj) mysterious (adj) nice (adj) optimistic (adj) patient (adj) quiet (adj) sad (adj) / selfish (adj) serious (adj) sociable (adj) stubborn (adj)

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1 Twoi sąsiedzi słuchają bardzo głośno muzyki, a ty chcesz się uczyć. Jak zareagujesz? A I’m really amazed! I must talk to them. B It’s really annoying! I must talk to them. C It’s really frightening! I must talk to them. 2 Twój kolega przewrócił się i bardzo boli go ręka. 3 Poradź mu, aby pojechał do lekarza. A I think you should go to the doctor. B Let’s go to the doctor. C Why don’t we go to the doctor? 4 2.30 3 Kolega pyta cię o plany na wakacje. Powiedz mu, że być może wybierzesz się na obóz językowy. A I’m going to a language camp in Brighton. B I might go to a language camp in Brighton.

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trousers (n pl)

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spokojnie

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twórczy, pomysłowy

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stanowczy

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exciting (adj)

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ekscytujący

community cosy (adj) county detached house (n) flat (n) move (to) (v) move home neighbour (n)

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wziąć udział niezwykły, niespotykany

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skyscraper (n)

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wieżowiec

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divided into three groups: comic strips (Essential X-Men), entertainment (Top of the Pops) and lifestyle (Sugar, Bliss). The UK (2) _ teen magazine is Top of the Pops. It is about the charts, but also offers celebrity gossip, fashion and beauty (3) _, posters and song lyrics.

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2 a) Internet addiction may lead to depression. b) Depression may lead to Internet addiction. 3 a) Some people may turn to drugs when they can’t use the Internet. b) Some people may start drinking when they can’t use the Internet. 4 a) David Thompson is probably a medical doctor. b) David Thompson is probably a psychologist.

Work in pairs. Decide if people can get addicted to the things in the box. Which of these addictions could be the most dangerous?

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Dear Editor, I’ve just read an article about young people’s favourite websites in your magazine and I’d like to write about one website I really like. It is a social networking site called Bebo. I’ve used it since I was 13, and I’ve had my own account for about a year. I use this site to communicate with all my friends. One advantage of Bebo is that you can talk to all your friends at the same time. Moreover, it’s free to use so it’s cheaper than using the mobile phone. In addition, this site is very easy to use and everyone can be creative. I’ve put up a lot of pictures and drawings on my page, and some of my friends have uploaded videos too. However, there are also some disadvantages with this kind of websites. Some people have had problems with privacy settings. For example, there was a girl who invited her friends to a party and then hundreds of people turned up and destroyed her parents’ house. Bebo has helped me keep in touch with people, but sometimes I think I spend too much time on the computer!

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A The person thought the place was boring. B The person felt frightened there. C The person was surprised by the place. D The person felt the place was too empty. E The person was disappointed with the place.

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The Red Cross is bringing medicines to the affected people but they urgently need more

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1 Look at the map and complete the directions with the prepositions.

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Was the food nice? Yes, it was (1) . Is it cold in the sea? Yes! It’s (2) . Was it hot and sunny in Florida? Yes! It was (3) . What a small house! Yes, it’s (4) , isn’t it? They make bad coffee here. Yes, it’s (5) ! Look how big that dog is! Wow! It’s (6) .

have been fighting for six days and the number of casualties is now Soldiers

1 He __ buy an ice cream. 2 __ you __ watch TV tonight? 3 They __ go to Spain next summer. 4 I __ eat that cake later. 5 __ Cathy __ study English next year?

First conditional

a) might am busy a) doing a) repair a) are going to a) to meet a) finish a) going getting a) am going cycle a) much a) more cold a) might gone a) I won’t do

Sally Yes. Mike I (8) … . It won’t take long. Sally But it’s (9) … cold to cycle, it’s freezing! Mike It isn’t very cold. It was (10) … yesterday. Sally And the roads are dangerous. Mike I (11) … along the old canal road. That road is safe. Sally Well, be careful! Mike Don’t worry! (12) … anything silly!

b) might to be busy b) done b) repairs b) am going b) meet b) will finish b) going get b) will cycle b) not enough b) colder b) will gone b) I won’t doing

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I think that people who act irresponsibly and need rescuing should have to pay for the service. Why should rescuers risk their lives to save people who are not being sensible? If the rescue services made people pay, people wouldn’t put themselves at risk.

I disagree. Just because somebody makes a bad decision and gets into trouble, it doesn’t mean they should have to pay to be saved. Everybody has the right to the same services, not just sensible people!

Match the materials with the correct definitions.

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This comes from the seeds of a plant. Slaves were taken to America to pick its seeds. In the Industrial Revolution, machines made it much easier to spin the thread and weave the cloth.

All our rooms are en suite. Breakfast is included in the price.

This is made by caterpillars when they make

Richard Neely and Allyson Dalton survived for 19 hours in shark-infested waters while they were on a diving trip near the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. The couple left their dive boat and drifted out to sea. The rescue services sent seven helicopters, three planes and six boats to search for the couple, making the cost of the operation high. Neely and Dalton made an equally high sum of money by selling their story to the press. Some people suspected that the couple were lying. This was because they sold their stories to the press just hours after their rescue. The rescue services decided to organise an investigation to find out what really happened and they eventually decided that the couple were not guilty. Newspapers reported that the couple did not follow the instructions from the dive instructors and behaved in a foolish way, putting their lives at risk. Some people think that the couple should contribute towards the cost of their rescue.

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solar system galaxy spacesuit planets Milky Way comet satellite spacecraft asteroids space station astronaut Which ones can you see in the picture?

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These synthetic fibres are nearly invisible so they have to be used with other fibres. They are a hundred times thinner than a human hair. They are especially important for sports clothes.

This is a completely synthetic or man-made product. It was invented in 1939 to replace silk and it was used in World War II for parachutes.

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How many hours were the couple in the water? Why did people suspect that the couple weren’t telling the truth? Who organised an investigation?

Web quest Do you know when the Australian Volunteer Coast Guard Association started? www.coastguard.com.au

Should irresponsible people pay to be rescued? What do you think?

finished. redecorated.

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Yes, it has./No, it hasn’t. Yes, they have. No, they haven’t. We use subject + has/have been + past participle to make the passive of the present perfect. Some research has been done. In short answers, we don’t repeat the past participle. Has the project been finished? No, it hasn’t.

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of the world’s silk is produced in China.

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Silk is surrounded by mystery and legend. Tradition says that a Chinese empress discovered the secret of silk in 2640 a silkworm cocoon fell from a tree into her cup of tea. For years, silk was a luxury and only the emperor and his family were permitted to wear it. For over 2000 years, silk was the best kept secret of the Chinese and the death penalty was given to anyone who exported the silkworm or its eggs. There are many stories about how the secret of the production of silk was finally taken out of China. One story says that the secret was finally revealed in 550 AD when two men hid some silkworms in bamboo sticks and took them to the court of the Roman emperor.

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Cross out the phrases that are not needed in these sentences. some sentences are correct.

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1 Someone has drawn graffiti on the building. 2 Mum has just redecorated the kitchen. 3 Tom has taken a nice photo. 4 We have put some paintings on the walls. 5 Sylvia and Bob have just passed the exam. 6 We have just finished the exercise.

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disappointed (adj)

appearance (n)

Great cosmopolitan cities grew up along the routes where different cultures, religions, ideas and languages were found.

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awful (adj)

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beard (n)

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big (adj)

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body painting (n)

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bracelet (n) cover (v)

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Constantinople

Athens

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fancy (adj)

figure (n)

1 The Silk Road was the trading route between which two continents? 3 What products travelled between the West and the East? 4 When did the overland trade first develop?

Project You are going to find out about other natural materials, eg cotton.

Velcro suit (n)

Plan

drobny, malutki

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opalenizna tatuaż młodzieżowy strój zapinany na rzepy peruka nadgarstek

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podziw

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niesamowity, zdumiewający rozdrażniony, zirytowany drażniący, irytujący

amazing (adj)

Across the curriculum

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annoyed (adj)

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annoying (adj)

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bliss (n) bored (adj) boring (adj)

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zmywać

admiration (n)

Show your completed project to your classmates and teacher.

naszyjnik kolczyk w nosie przekłuć

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Complete the table with your findings.

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średni

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Prepare

What products is it used in?

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The singer’s fit!

Where is it from?

trust (n) unhappy (adj) worried (adj)

wash off (v)

How is it used?

support (v)

śliczny, uroczy

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wig (n)

seduce (v)

makijaż

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wrist (n)

interested (adj) knackered (adj)

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tattoo (n)

Find information about natural materials. Look in the library or on the Internet.

surprising (adj) surprised (adj)

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youth (modif)

Research

stressed (adj)

pióropusz biżuteria

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ring (n)

tiny (adj)

fantazyjny żeński, płci żeńskiej, kobiecy postać

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shape (n)

przestraszony, przerażony przerażający, straszny beznadziejny

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nose stud (n)

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hopeless (adj) incredible (adj)

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necklace (n)

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strach; bać się

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kolczyk

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frightening (adj)

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mask (n) medium (adj)

podekscytowany

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malunek na twarzy

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respect (n)

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rozczarowany pieskie życie

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fear (n, v)

wachlarz

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latex (adj) lovely (adj) make-up (n)

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feel like a change

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frightened (adj)

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headdress (n) jewellery (n)

dredy

extraordinary (adj) fascinating (adj)

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female (adj)

malunek na ciele bransoletka

farbować

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false teeth (n) fan (n)

exciting (adj)

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face painting (n) false (adj)

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embarrassing (adj)

expectation (n)

okropny, straszny broda duży

przykrywać, zakrywać

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earring (n)

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wygląd sztuczny

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dreadlocks (n)

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For thousands of years, caravans of traders and merchants travelled between Asia and Europe buying and selling products. Huge caravans of camels travelled slowly along the 8000km route towards the East carrying gold and glass to China and then travelled back towards the West carrying silk and other products. This overland route was called the Silk Road because it was the route that silk travelled from China to Europe.

What is the material?

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Material

1 According to legend, who discovered silk?

4 My brother owns that motorbike. 5 Lots of people took photos of the ceremony.

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The Silk Road became less important when traders started to carry their products by sea. Trading ships carried products and the overland Silk Road route was used less.

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announced. invented.

negaTive

The overland trading routes between the East and West developed around 300 BC. The popularity of silk in the Roman and Byzantine Empires increased trade along the routes.

Dramatic sea rescue

6 grown / that field / are / The mushrooms / in

5 The food in this restaurant / prepare / by a famous cook. The meals / eat / by celebrities.

has been have been

The World Cup Guernica Her dress Don Quixote These emails The Pyramids

5

This car isn’t filled with diesel. It’s filled with petrol.

affirmaTive

The painting The hotels

1 2 3 4 5 6

Grammar bank & Grammar exercises 5

weave spin sew

The wigs are made in France.

5 is / every week / rubbish / collected / not / The

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3

Match the words with the pictures.

reached? taught?

Complete the passive sentences with the past simple. use the verbs in the box.

4

not build design paint send win not write

4 watered / The / twice a day / garden / is

quesTions

Across the curriculum

The rescue services often rely on volunteer staff and have to raise money to pay for equipment, vehicles and training. Rescue services across the world save thousands of lives every year. They rescue people who have had accidents or are victims of natural disasters. Other times they have to rescue people who have acted in an irresponsible way.

done in Britain. paid.

a conclusion yoga classes

The passive: present perfect

Active sentences start with the subject. The subject is the doer of the action. Scientists freeze cells in this lab. (The focus of the sentence is on the scientists.) In passive sentences, the subject is the recipient of the action. Cells are frozen by scientists in this lab. (The focus of the sentence is on the cells.) We use by to introduce the person or thing that does the action in passive sentences. The wigs are worn by Huli warriors.

Materials

wasn’t weren’t

We use subject + was/were + past participle to make the passive of the past simple. The students were included in the study. In short answers, we don’t repeat the past participle. Was a conclusion reached by the scientists? Yes, it was.

The news The medicines

order the words to make passive sentences with the present simple.

2 cars / made / not / Germany / are / The / in

shorT answers Yes, it was. / No, it wasn’t. Yes, they were. / No, they weren’t.

active to passive

33 Listen again and circle the correct alternatives.

1 Tony wants his girlfriend / sister to go on an adventure holiday with him. 2 He thinks she might / might not like the idea. 3 He’s going to show her some video clips on MySpace / YouTube. 4 He wants to spend two weeks / a week on holiday. 5 He wants to go to Italy / Ireland. 6 He’s going to get information about mountain biking / horse-riding. 7 He thinks / doesn’t think she will enjoy climbing. 8 They are going to discuss it that night / the next day.

introduced. made.

negaTive

quesTions

We use the passive when we want to focus on the recipient of an action in a sentence, not the doer. The school rules are read by the teacher. We also use the passive when we don’t know who does the action. The Huli traditions are taught at the school. We use the passive in writing rather than in speaking. We often use the passive in writing to describe a process. The design is chosen. It’s drawn onto the skin. We use subject + be + past participle to make the passive form of the present simple. Two different wigs are needed for the ceremony. In short answers, we don’t repeat the past participle. Are masks used by the Huli warriors? No, they aren’t. For the past participles of irregular verbs, see Irregular Verbs list, Workbook p96.

1

1 are / The wigs / in / France / made

3 on special occasions / Colourful / are / dresses / worn

affirmaTive

covered with flowers? worn for ceremonies?

shorT answers

for the summer and put the pictures in the order he mentions them.

Culture Today

Outer space

2

decorated with feathers. used every day.

aren’t (are not)

Yes, it is. / No, it isn’t. Yes, they are / No, they aren’t.

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… the BIG DEBATE: Should irresponsible people pay to be rescued?

Useful expressions

1

Is Are

a

6

I’d like to book a twin room. I’d like to make a reservation. When would you like to stay?

isn’t (is not)

quesTions

Revision Standard & Revision Extra

Vocabulary bank normal adjectives / extreme adjectives bad / awful big / huge cold / freezing hot / boiling interesting / fascinating nice / amazing small / tiny

designed over years. worn by Huli warriors.

c

Activities Extreme adjectives

His wig The wigs

33 Listen to Tony talking about his plans

3

is are

negaTive

c) might be busy c) does c) am repairing c) am going to c) meeting c) won’t finish c) going to get c) might to cycle c) too c) coldest c) will go c) I won’t to do

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across along away from down into out of over round through towards under up

Each wig The wigs

5 Write sentences using the fi rst conditional and the information in the table.

by bus

We only use by in passive sentences when it’s important to mention who does the action. They sing this song at the ceremony. This song is sung at the ceremony by them. Amanda Seyfried sings this song. This song is sung by Amanda Seyfried.

affirmaTive

Sally Hi, Mike. Do you want to come to town later? Mike I’m not sure. I (1) … . Sally Why? What are you (2) …? Mike Well, I (3) … my bike now and then I (4) … do my homework. Sally Well, I’m going (5) … Jane in Pizza Land. Mike That sounds good. If I (6) … my homework, I’ll come too. Are you (7) … the bus? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Grammar exercises

The passive: present simple

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

5 Poznan / car

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Prepositions of movement

9

Revision Extra

Prepositions of movement

Recycle Match the pictures with the adjectives. a

6

Revision Standard

Vocabulary 1

worry (v)

/ɪnˈkredəb(ə)l/ /ˈɪntrəstɪd/

niebywały, niewiarygodny zainteresowany

/rɪˈspekt/

szacunek

/strest/

zestresowany

/ˈnækə(r)d/ /sɪˈdjuːs/

/səˈpɔː(r)t/

/sə(r)ˈpraɪzɪŋ/ /sə(r)ˈpraɪzd/ /trʌst/

wykończony uwodzić pomagać, wspierać zaskakujący zaskoczony zaufanie

/ʌnˈhæpi/

nieszczęśliwy

/ˈwʌri/

zaniepokojony, zmartwiony martwić się

/ˈwʌrid/

worrying (adj)

/ˈwʌriɪŋ/

Dear …

/dɪə(r)/

niepokojący Drogi/Droga…

I’m writing to thank you for …

/aɪm ˌraɪtɪŋ tə ˈθæŋk Piszę, aby Ci jʊ ˌfə(r)/ podziękować za…

Thank you so much for …

/ˈθæŋk jʊ ˌsəʊ ˈmʌtʃ Bardzo Ci dziękuję za… fə(r)/

Thanks very much for … /ˈθæŋks ˌveri ˈmʌtʃ fə(r)/

Dzięki wielkie za…

Hope to see you soon.

/ˌhəʊp tə ˈsiː jʊ ˌsuːn/

Mam nadzieję, że do zobaczenia wkrótce.

Lots of love,

/ˌlɒts əv ˈlʌv/

Całuję/Pozdrawiam,

The music is awesome! /ðə ˌmjuːzɪk ɪz ˈɔːs(ə)m/ They rock! He’s sick!

Cechy charakteru adventurous (adj) bad (adj) balanced (adj) behaviour (n) caring (adj) confident (adj) cruel (adj) determined (adj)

znudzony

easy-going (adj)

nudny

firm (adj)

rozczarować

generous (adj)

/ˌðeɪ ˈrɒk/

/ˌ hiːz ˈsɪk/ /ədˈventʃ(ə)rəs/ /bæd/

/ˈbælənst/

/bɪˈheɪvjə(r)/

Ta muzyka jest niesamowita! Oni są świetni! On jest super!

żądny przygód zły zrównoważony zachowanie

/ˈkeərɪŋ/

opiekuńczy, troskliwy

/ˈkruːəl/

okrutny

/ˈkɒnfɪd(ə)nt/ /dɪˈtɜː(r)mɪnd/ /ˌiːziˈɡəʊɪŋ/ /fɜː(r)m/

/ˈdʒenərəs/

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6

Final frontiers

Vocabulary 1 Recycle Match the words with their definitions. 1 2 3 4 5 6

plane car bus spaceship boat ship

a) You can go fishing on the river in it. b) Astronauts travel in it. c) In the UK, you can learn to drive it when you’re 17. d) You can catch it to go to the next town. e) You go to an airport when you travel in it. f) You can travel across the ocean in it.

Prepositions of movement 1 Complete the sentences with these

prepositions of movement.

out of across into under down towards along away from over

out of When we arrived, we got __ the taxi and ran to catch the plane. 1 The next time he insults you, walk __ him and say nothing. 2 Look! That cat is walking __ the top of the wall! 3 Don’t walk __ the road here, go to the zebra crossing. 4 We are now flying __ the Alps. You can see the snow on the mountains. 5 Oh no! He’s walking __ us. I don’t know what to say to him. 6 When the plane starts coming __ , you can see the houses and the traffic. 7 We got __ the taxi and drove to the airport. 8 The River Thames goes __ a lot of bridges in London.

2 Circle the correct prepositions. It’s a busy Saturday in the park. There’s a man walking (1) under / towards the café and some people walking (2) over / away from it. The river is going (3) under / through the bridge and two women are walking (4) away / over it. A young boy is taking his dog for a walk (5) out of / through the flower garden. There’s a cat running (6) round / through the lake. There are two men getting (7) out / out of a taxi. 3 Read the dialogue and draw the route on

the map.

Tourist Can you tell me where the museum is, please? Woman Yes. It isn’t far. First, walk round the lake. Tourist OK. And then? Woman Then go over the little bridge. Tourist To the other side of the river? Woman Yes. There’s an ice cream shop on the right and opposite the shop there are some trees. Walk towards the trees. Tourist Away from the shop? Woman Yes. Walk along the path and you’ll see the museum on the right. Tourist Thanks!

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D 6 Language Focus 1 will and might

be going to

1 Order the words to make sentences. not / go / London / He / to / might

He might not go to London. 1 2 3 4 5

arrive / this / John / will / afternoon party / We / have / a / on / might / Saturday won’t / I / you / next / see / Friday swimming / go / tomorrow / She / might / not will / after / play / school / We / tennis

4 Match the sentences. 1 2 3 4 5

5 Write affi rmative (+), negative (–) or

interrogative (?) sentences using be going to.

Tom / stay in a hotel (+)

Tom is going to stay in a hotel.

might or might not.

Sue / stay in a tent (–)

will It’s very late! Hurry up or we __ be late for school.

3 Look at Helen’s list of ideas for the future

and write sentences.

Definite

Possible

go to university

study French

not get married

be famous

travel to India

get rich

not have children

appear on TV

c

a) The team aren’t going to play. b) We aren’t going to have a picnic. c) They are going to win the game. d) Is he going to fall? e) We’re going to crash!

2 Complete the sentences with will, won’t,

1 Be careful with that dog. It __ be dangerous. 2 We __ go to that restaurant again. The food is horrible! 3 I’m not sure, but Dad __ be able to help you. Ask him. 4 You didn’t eat your lunch. You __ be hungry later. 5 We don’t know where to go on holiday this year. We __ go to Galicia. 6 It’s a shame, but I __ come to your party. I’m still not sure.

Liverpool are winning 3–0. Look at that boy at the top of that tree! Watch out for that car! They have cancelled the game. The weather forecast predicts rain.

Sue isn’t going to stay in a tent. Pam and Jim / go shopping (?)

Are Pam and Jim going to go shopping? 1 2 3 4 5 6

Prince William / be the king one day. (+) My parents / go camping with us. (–) You / be famous. (?) My brother / pass his exams. (+) I / travel into space. (–) Gary Oldman / win BAFTA Film Award. (?)

Helen will go to university. She might study French. 1 2 3 4 5 6

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6 Vocabulary 2 Extreme adjectives

4 Complete the sentences with these extreme adjectives.

1 Circle the odd one out. 1 2 3 4 5 6

a) huge a) hot a) freezing a) nice a) hot a) cold a) interesting

b) bad b) tiny b) tiny b) amazing b) bad b) interesting b) fascinating

c) big c) boiling c) small c) big c) awful c) freezing c) small

boiling huge tiny freezing awful a

Be careful, it’s

boiling

.

2 Complete the sentences with these

adjectives.

hot big nice bad cold interesting small

b

I don’t want to go outside. It’s  .

hot The water in the pool was __  . It was not refreshing at all. 1 This drink is __ . It’s been in the freezer. 2 This pizza is __ . I can’t eat it all! 3 The room is only 8m2. It’s __ but comfortable. 4 We had a __ time on our holiday last year. It was great fun. 5 That was a __ film. I didn’t like it at all. 6 I think that physics is an __ subject.

c

Look at this box! It’s

 .

3 Rewrite the sentences from exercise 2 with these extreme adjectives.

boiling awful amazing tiny fascinating freezing huge

The water in the pool was boiling. It was not refreshing at all. 1 2 3 4 5 6

d

e

I can’t write anything on this piece of paper. It’s  .

I don’t like this dress. It’s

 .

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6 Language Focus 2 First conditional

4 Rewrite the sentences, using unless.

1 Rewrite the sentences, changing the order

of the situation and the consequence.

If we run, we’ll arrive on time.

We’ll arrive on time if we run. 1 2 3 4 5

We’ll get wet if it rains. If my parents save money, we’ll go on a cruise. You’ll feel sick if you eat too many sweets. Dad will be happy if Liverpool wins the match. If they don’t study, they won’t pass.

2 Circle the correct alternatives. If you pass / will pass your exam, I ’ll give / give you 20 euros. 1 We won’t get / don’t get wet if we will take / take an umbrella. 2 If we join / will join the expedition, we never / ’ll never forget it. 3 She won’t / won’t not come if she has / will have too much work. 4 If Mum will arrive / arrives late, she miss / ’ll miss the best part of the fi lm. 5 The rescue team rescues / will rescue you if you have / will have an accident.

3 What will you see if you go to these citites? Match the cities with the attractions and write sentences, using the fi rst conditional. Paris Bilbao London New York Sydney Granada

the Opera House the Eiffel Tower Big Ben the Alhambra the Statue of Liberty the Guggenheim Museum

If it doesn’t rain today, we’ll go for a walk.

Unless it rains today, we’ll go for a walk.

1 If you don’t practise a lot, you won’t be a good pianist. 2 We won’t meet Jim and Tom if we don’t go to the beach. 3 If he doesn’t reply to my email, I’ll phone him. 4 We won’t become league champions if we don’t win this game. 5 I’ll tell you a secret if you don’t tell anybody. 6 You won’t see the Pyramids if you don’t go to Egypt. 5 What’s Lizzie thinking? Look at the box and

write sentences, using the fi rst conditional.

get up late arrive late miss maths not know what is in the exam not pass have to repeat the year miss my friends

1 2 3 4 5

If I get up late, I’ll arrive late. If I arrive late,

If you go to Paris, you’ll see the Eiffel Tower. 1 2 3 4 5

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6 Writing Dossier An informal letter – a description of a place Look: linkers of reason and result 1 Complete the sentences with so or because. 1 2 3 4

Bathing is allowed, __ don’t forget your swimming costume! The town is very cold at night __ it’s high up in the mountains. Transport is expensive, __ local people cycle everywhere. I don’t want to forget this trip, __ I’m taking lots of photographs.

Plan 2 You are planning a trip to Cape Town with a friend. Prepare to write a letter to him/her. Read the city profi le and make notes in the table below.

Place: Beautiful white sandy beaches, unique flowers, large mountains Temperature: In the summer (December to February), days are usually hot, in the winter (June to August), days are wet, it is cold at night, with temperatures of 2 or 3°C and it’s very cloudy with little sun. Transport: Cape Town International Airport is the second largest airport in South Africa. Cape Town’s main train station is in the city centre. The roads in and around Cape Town are in a very good condition. Hotel, 5 stars, with a private beach and Hotels: Tudor Hotel, 3 stars, in the city centre − $100 per night. Radisson a spa − $120 per night − South Africa’s oldest surviving Places to go: Two Oceans Aquarium with sharks. The Castle of Good Hope shows South African art. building. South African National Gallery in the Gardens area of Cape Town Notes Paragraph 1

begin the letter (use the correct form of address) explain why you’re writing

Paragraph 2

when to go there (why?) say how you plan to get there

Paragraph 3

where to stay (why?) places to visit

Paragraph 4

ask for opinion end the letter (use the correct form of address)

Write 3 Write the letter to your friend, using the notes from exercise 2. Include some linkers (so and because), some extreme adjectives and at least one fi rst conditional sentence.

Check 4 Check your writing. Check the use of linkers. Check your extreme adjectives. Check that you have included one example of the fi rst conditional. Check if the style of the letter is informal.

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6 Language in Action Booking a room in a hotel 1 Order the words to make useful expressions.

ions

Useful express

1 like / to / twin room / book / a / I’d 2 a /make / like / I’d / to / reservation 3 to stay / you / like / would / When / ? 4 are / en suite / All / our / rooms 5 is / the / in / Breakfast / price / included

2

1 2 3 4 5

31 Listen and check your answers.

3 Beth is booking a room in a hotel. Write Beth’s sentences in the correct places in the dialogue. Receptionist Beth Receptionist Beth Receptionist

Beth Receptionist Beth Receptionist Beth Receptionist Beth Receptionist Beth

Fox Hotel, can I help you? (1) ___ When would you like to stay? (2) ___ OK, hang on a minute. I’ll just check it for you … Yes, we have a room you’d like. (3) ___ That’s £40 per night. (4) ___ Yes, it is. (5) ___ Of course, can I have your name, please? (6) ___ OK, then. Thanks for calling us and see you soon. (7) ___

5 Simon wants to book a room in a hostel 1 and he is calling the hostel reception. Complete the dialogue, using some of the useful expressions from exercise 1. Receptionist Good morning, Sunrise Hostel, can I help you? I’m looking for a room for two people, Simon

please.

Receptionist (1) Simon The weekend from August 21st to 23rd, please. Receptionist Would you like a twin room or two beds in a dormitory? Simon (2) Receptionist It would be £30 per room. Simon Do the rooms have bathrooms? Receptionist (3) Simon How about breakfast? Receptionist (4) Simon OK, then. I’d like to make a reservation. My name is Simon Gringer …

a) Oh, I’d like to stay for 3 days from July 16th to 19th. b) Is breakfast included? c) Thanks a lot. Bye. d) Good morning. I’d like to book a twin room. e) My name is Beth Taylor and my phone number is + 34 791 881 924. f) OK, then. Can I make a reservation? g) How much would that be?

4

32 Listen and check your answers.

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6 Revision Standard Prepositions of movement

will and might

1 Look at the map and complete the directions with the prepositions.

3 Complete the sentences with will or might.

over along up towards through into under round

1 When I go home, I __ watch TV. I don’t want to miss my favourite programme. 2 On Saturday, Mum and Dad __ go to the theatre. But they’re still thinking about it. 3 Tonight, John __ eat in an Italian restaurant. But he also wants to try the new Mexican restaurant. 4 Next summer, we __ go camping. We’ve already decided that’s what we want to do.

be going to 4 Complete the sentences with the correct form of be going to.

Start at the beach. Walk (1) __ the fi ve steps. Then walk (2) __ the path (3) __ the forest. Walk (4) __ the forest and then walk (5) __ the three mountains. Continue walking. Walk (6) __ the fi rst bridge and (7) __ the next one. Walk (8) __ the second cave. The treasure is there!

Extreme adjectives 2 Complete the dialogues with extreme adjectives. A B A B A B A B A B A B

Was the food nice? Yes, it was (1) . Is it cold in the sea? Yes! It’s (2) . Was it hot and sunny in Florida? Yes! It was (3) . What a small house! Yes, it’s (4) , isn’t it? They make bad coffee here. Yes, it’s (5) ! Look how big that dog is! Wow! It’s (6) .

1 He __ buy an ice cream. 2 __ you __ watch TV tonight? 3 They __ go to Spain next summer. 4 I __ eat that cake later. 5 __ Cathy __ study English next year?

First conditional 5 Write sentences using the fi rst conditional and the information in the table. Travel time from Warsaw

Cracow

Poznan

by bus

6 hours

5 hours

by train

3 hours

2,5 hours

by car

4,5 hours

4 hours

It’s 9 o’clock in the morning, Warsaw ... Cracow / bus

If we go to Cracow by bus, we’ll arrive at 3 o’clock. 1 2 3 4 5

Poznan / train Cracow / train Poznan / bus Cracow / car Poznan / car

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6 Revision Extra Cumulative grammar

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 Circle the correct answers. Sally Mike Sally Mike

Hi, Mike. Do you want to come to town later? I’m not sure. I (1) … . Why? What are you (2) …? Well, I (3) … my bike now and then I (4) … do my homework. Sally Well, I’m going (5) … Jane in Pizza Land. Mike That sounds good. If I (6) … my homework, I’ll come too. Are you (7) … the bus?   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9 10 11 12

a) might am busy a) doing a) repair a) are going to a) to meet a) finish a) going getting a) am going cycle a) much a) more cold a) might gone a) I won’t do

Sally Mike Sally Mike Sally Mike

Yes. I (8) … . It won’t take long. But it’s (9) … cold to cycle, it’s freezing! It isn’t very cold. It was (10) … yesterday. And the roads are dangerous. I (11) … along the old canal road. That road is safe. Sally Well, be careful! Mike Don’t worry! (12) … anything silly!

b) might to be busy b) done b) repairs b) am going b) meet b) will finish b) going get b) will cycle b) not enough b) colder b) will gone b) I won’t doing

c) might be busy c) does c) am repairing c) am going to c) meeting c) won’t finish c) going to get c) might to cycle c) too c) coldest c) will go c) I won’t to do

EXTRA VOICES 2

a

33 Listen to Tony talking about his plans for the summer and put the pictures in the order he mentions them. b

3

33

Listen again and circle the correct alternatives.

1 Tony wants his girlfriend / sister to go on an adventure holiday with him. 2 He thinks she might / might not like the idea. 3 He’s going to show her some video clips on MySpace / YouTube. 4 He wants to spend two weeks / a week on holiday. 5 He wants to go to Italy / Ireland. 6 He’s going to get information about mountain biking / horse-riding. 7 He thinks / doesn’t think she will enjoy climbing. 8 They are going to discuss it that night / the next day. c

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6 Extra Language Practice Dictation 1

34 Listen and write the sentences.

1

Unit grammar check 4 Read the text and circle the correct answers.

2

Nobody knows what life will be like in the future but there are a lot of predictions. Some people say that we (1) ... travel in space and we (2) ... civilisations on other planets, like Mars. This definitely (3) ... happen in our lifetime but it (4) ... happen when our grandchildren are adults. Some reports say that our planet (5) ... die because we are not looking after it carefully. The same people say that all of the animals and plants (6) ... become extinct if we (7) ... like this. I think that we will (8) ... the planet and that space travel will (9) ..., but for exotic holidays!

3 4 5 6 7 8

Error correction 2 Correct the sentences. I think it will to snow tomorrow. ✗

I think it will snow tomorrow. 1 People don’t might buy CDs in the future. ✗ 2 I going to travel to Africa in July. ✗ 3 Are going to come to the party with your friends? ✗ 4 If I’ll pass my exams, I’ll celebrate. ✗ 5 I give him the tickets if he gives me the money. ✗ 6 If you don’t go to Paris, you won’t to see the Eiffel Tower. ✗ 7 What will we do if it will rain? ✗

Translation 3 Translate the sentences into English. 1 Jeśli ona poleci samolotem, będzie w Londynie o 9. 2 Być może pojadę w te wakacje do Barcelony. 3 On nie zamierza kupić tego ogromnego samochodu. 4 Nie spotkam się z nim, jeśli teraz nie wyjdę. 5 W przyszłości będziemy latać w kosmos na wakacje. 6 Czy masz zamiar uczyć się chińskiego?

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

5

a) are a) build a) will a) won’t a) is going to a) will a) continues a) saving a) exist

b) will b) will build b) is b) might b) is going b) will to b) continue b) save b) existing

c) going to c) will building c) won’t c) might will c) are going to c) are going c) will continue c) saved c) existed

35 Listen and check your answers.

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6 Reading 1 Read the texts quickly and tick (✓) the

things that are mentioned.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

space travel virtual money biometric security genetic engineering virtual reality holograms solar power

In the film 2001: A Space 2001: A Space Odyssey Odyssey, there was a self-aware computer called HAL 9000. It started as a friendly machine, but then decided to kill some astronauts in order to protect its programs. By 2019, selfaware computers like HAL 9000 will be common.

8 robots 2001: A Space We saw space tourism in the 1968 film Virgin soon But Odyssey. It was an incredible idea. is making y pan com Galactic will travel into space. The in a year t star will s special passenger spaceships. Trip 0. or two and tickets will cost $200,00

In 1956, Philip K. Dick wrote a novel called The Minority Report. Tom Cruise acted in the film version in 2002. When Cruise used his iris to prove his identity, we thought it was a crazy idea. But in a few years’ time biometric security will be normal. We will use our fingerprints, voices and eyes to log onto Internet pages or buy things online.

In the 1987 television series Star Trek, the Next Generation, we first saw a holodeck – a virtual reality room with a hologram projecting images and sounds. Later, we saw holodecks in X-Men, Power Rangers and Futurama. The Japanese are working on a machine to project smells. Holodecks will be part of our everyday lives in the next decade.

have domestic Some experts say that most homes will ple will buy more robots by 2020 and that by 2025 peo of domestic robots robots than cars. We saw examples (1965). Domestic in television series like Lost in Space g, cooking and will robots will do housework, gardenin help children with their homework.

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appearance (n)

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attractive (adj)

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body (n) characteristic (adj)

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eyes (n pl)

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face (n)

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fair (hair) (adj)

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height (n)

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long (hair) (adj)

wygląd atrakcyjny ciało charakterystyczny ciemne (włosy) oczy twarz jasne (włosy) wzrost długie (włosy)

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sunbathe (v)

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opalać się

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opalenizna

tall (adj)

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short (hair) (adj)

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imaginative (adj) independent (adj) jealous (adj) lively (adj) loyal (adj) mean (adj) moody (adj) mysterious (adj) nice (adj) optimistic (adj) patient (adj) quiet (adj) sad (adj) / selfish (adj) serious (adj) sociable (adj) stubborn (adj)

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coat (n)

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jumper (n)

adventure strategy action role-play flight simulation racing sports war karaoke life simulation

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1 Twoi sąsiedzi słuchają bardzo głośno muzyki, a ty chcesz się uczyć. Jak zareagujesz? A I’m really amazed! I must talk to them. B It’s really annoying! I must talk to them. C It’s really frightening! I must talk to them. 2 Twój kolega przewrócił się i bardzo boli go ręka. 3 Poradź mu, aby pojechał do lekarza. A I think you should go to the doctor. B Let’s go to the doctor. C Why don’t we go to the doctor? 4 2.30 3 Kolega pyta cię o plany na wakacje. Powiedz mu, że być może wybierzesz się na obóz językowy. A I’m going to a language camp in Brighton. B I might go to a language camp in Brighton.

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3 Open’er Festival in Gdynia is one of the biggest Activities Revision Standard & music festivals in Europe. It attracts thousands The text was written to ... of people, whoTIP come here to see and hear top Revision Extra A present the festival artistsuwagę from all over the world. In 2011, Coldplay celebrities. Across the curriculum Słuchając nagrania, zwracaj and Prince performed at the festival. If you’re B describe location na the takie słowa,ofjak maybe, definitely, a music fan, you must come here. There are the festival. always, often, itp., które mogą zmienić always a few stages and tents where almost C promote the festival. znaczenie całej wypowiedzi. every kind of music is played – from rock and roll to jazz.

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trousers (n pl)

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spokojnie

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ostrożny ostrożnie gadatliwy radosny

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twórczy, pomysłowy

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stanowczy

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zawstydzający

exciting (adj)

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ekscytujący

community cosy (adj) county detached house (n) flat (n) move (to) (v) move home neighbour (n)

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next-door neighbour (n) /ˌnekstdɔː ˈneɪbə/ residential area (n)

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wziąć udział niezwykły, niespotykany

blok mieszkalny kupić dom społeczność przytulny hrabstwo, powiat dom wolnostojący mieszkanie przeprowadzić się wyprowadzić się z domu sąsiad sąsiad zza ściany dzielnica mieszkaniowa

semi-detached house (n) /ˌsemidɪˌtæʧt ˈhaʊs/ dom bliźniak share a room

/ˌʃeə ə ˈruːm/

dzielić pokój

skyscraper (n)

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wieżowiec

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divided into three groups: comic strips (Essential X-Men), entertainment (Top of the Pops) and lifestyle (Sugar, Bliss). The UK (2) _ teen magazine is Top of the Pops. It is about the charts, but also offers celebrity gossip, fashion and beauty (3) _, posters and song lyrics.

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2 a) Internet addiction may lead to depression. b) Depression may lead to Internet addiction. 3 a) Some people may turn to drugs when they can’t use the Internet. b) Some people may start drinking when they can’t use the Internet. 4 a) David Thompson is probably a medical doctor. b) David Thompson is probably a psychologist.

Work in pairs. Decide if people can get addicted to the things in the box. Which of these addictions could be the most dangerous?

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Dear Editor, I’ve just read an article about young people’s favourite websites in your magazine and I’d like to write about one website I really like. It is a social networking site called Bebo. I’ve used it since I was 13, and I’ve had my own account for about a year. I use this site to communicate with all my friends. One advantage of Bebo is that you can talk to all your friends at the same time. Moreover, it’s free to use so it’s cheaper than using the mobile phone. In addition, this site is very easy to use and everyone can be creative. I’ve put up a lot of pictures and drawings on my page, and some of my friends have uploaded videos too. However, there are also some disadvantages with this kind of websites. Some people have had problems with privacy settings. For example, there was a girl who invited her friends to a party and then hundreds of people turned up and destroyed her parents’ house. Bebo has helped me keep in touch with people, but sometimes I think I spend too much time on the computer!

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A The person thought the place was boring. B The person felt frightened there. C The person was surprised by the place. D The person felt the place was too empty. E The person was disappointed with the place.

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The Red Cross is bringing medicines to the affected people but they urgently need more

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Was the food nice? Yes, it was (1) . Is it cold in the sea? Yes! It’s (2) . Was it hot and sunny in Florida? Yes! It was (3) . What a small house! Yes, it’s (4) , isn’t it? They make bad coffee here. Yes, it’s (5) ! Look how big that dog is! Wow! It’s (6) .

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1 He __ buy an ice cream. 2 __ you __ watch TV tonight? 3 They __ go to Spain next summer. 4 I __ eat that cake later. 5 __ Cathy __ study English next year?

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a) might am busy a) doing a) repair a) are going to a) to meet a) finish a) going getting a) am going cycle a) much a) more cold a) might gone a) I won’t do

Sally Yes. Mike I (8) … . It won’t take long. Sally But it’s (9) … cold to cycle, it’s freezing! Mike It isn’t very cold. It was (10) … yesterday. Sally And the roads are dangerous. Mike I (11) … along the old canal road. That road is safe. Sally Well, be careful! Mike Don’t worry! (12) … anything silly!

b) might to be busy b) done b) repairs b) am going b) meet b) will finish b) going get b) will cycle b) not enough b) colder b) will gone b) I won’t doing

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I think that people who act irresponsibly and need rescuing should have to pay for the service. Why should rescuers risk their lives to save people who are not being sensible? If the rescue services made people pay, people wouldn’t put themselves at risk.

I disagree. Just because somebody makes a bad decision and gets into trouble, it doesn’t mean they should have to pay to be saved. Everybody has the right to the same services, not just sensible people!

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All our rooms are en suite. Breakfast is included in the price.

This is made by caterpillars when they make

Richard Neely and Allyson Dalton survived for 19 hours in shark-infested waters while they were on a diving trip near the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. The couple left their dive boat and drifted out to sea. The rescue services sent seven helicopters, three planes and six boats to search for the couple, making the cost of the operation high. Neely and Dalton made an equally high sum of money by selling their story to the press. Some people suspected that the couple were lying. This was because they sold their stories to the press just hours after their rescue. The rescue services decided to organise an investigation to find out what really happened and they eventually decided that the couple were not guilty. Newspapers reported that the couple did not follow the instructions from the dive instructors and behaved in a foolish way, putting their lives at risk. Some people think that the couple should contribute towards the cost of their rescue.

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These synthetic fibres are nearly invisible so they have to be used with other fibres. They are a hundred times thinner than a human hair. They are especially important for sports clothes.

This is a completely synthetic or man-made product. It was invented in 1939 to replace silk and it was used in World War II for parachutes.

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How many hours were the couple in the water? Why did people suspect that the couple weren’t telling the truth? Who organised an investigation?

Web quest Do you know when the Australian Volunteer Coast Guard Association started? www.coastguard.com.au

Should irresponsible people pay to be rescued? What do you think?

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Silk is surrounded by mystery and legend. Tradition says that a Chinese empress discovered the secret of silk in 2640 a silkworm cocoon fell from a tree into her cup of tea. For years, silk was a luxury and only the emperor and his family were permitted to wear it. For over 2000 years, silk was the best kept secret of the Chinese and the death penalty was given to anyone who exported the silkworm or its eggs. There are many stories about how the secret of the production of silk was finally taken out of China. One story says that the secret was finally revealed in 550 AD when two men hid some silkworms in bamboo sticks and took them to the court of the Roman emperor.

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1 Someone has drawn graffiti on the building. 2 Mum has just redecorated the kitchen. 3 Tom has taken a nice photo. 4 We have put some paintings on the walls. 5 Sylvia and Bob have just passed the exam. 6 We have just finished the exercise.

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disappointed (adj)

appearance (n)

Great cosmopolitan cities grew up along the routes where different cultures, religions, ideas and languages were found.

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awful (adj)

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beard (n)

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big (adj)

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body painting (n)

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bracelet (n) cover (v)

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Constantinople

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fancy (adj)

figure (n)

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Project You are going to find out about other natural materials, eg cotton.

Velcro suit (n)

Plan

drobny, malutki

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opalenizna tatuaż młodzieżowy strój zapinany na rzepy peruka nadgarstek

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podziw

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niesamowity, zdumiewający rozdrażniony, zirytowany drażniący, irytujący

amazing (adj)

Across the curriculum

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annoyed (adj)

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annoying (adj)

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Show your completed project to your classmates and teacher.

naszyjnik kolczyk w nosie przekłuć

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Complete the table with your findings.

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średni

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The singer’s fit!

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trust (n) unhappy (adj) worried (adj)

wash off (v)

How is it used?

support (v)

śliczny, uroczy

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wig (n)

seduce (v)

makijaż

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wrist (n)

interested (adj) knackered (adj)

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tattoo (n)

Find information about natural materials. Look in the library or on the Internet.

surprising (adj) surprised (adj)

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youth (modif)

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stressed (adj)

pióropusz biżuteria

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ring (n)

tiny (adj)

fantazyjny żeński, płci żeńskiej, kobiecy postać

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shape (n)

przestraszony, przerażony przerażający, straszny beznadziejny

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nose stud (n)

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hopeless (adj) incredible (adj)

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necklace (n)

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strach; bać się

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mask (n) medium (adj)

podekscytowany

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malunek na twarzy

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respect (n)

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rozczarowany pieskie życie

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fear (n, v)

wachlarz

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latex (adj) lovely (adj) make-up (n)

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feel like a change

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frightened (adj)

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headdress (n) jewellery (n)

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female (adj)

malunek na ciele bransoletka

farbować

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false teeth (n) fan (n)

exciting (adj)

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face painting (n) false (adj)

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expectation (n)

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1 My bike was stolen by someone yesterday. 2 The match was won by the Dutch team. 3 That song was written by Amy Winehouse. 4 Sam was met at the airport by a taxi driver. 5 This gadget was invented by my friend. 6 The thieves were arrested by the police.

c

a) Yes, I am. b) No, we aren’t. c) No, they aren’t. d) Yes, it is. e) Yes, he is. f) No, she isn’t.

Bengali (adj)

For thousands of years, caravans of traders and merchants travelled between Asia and Europe buying and selling products. Huge caravans of camels travelled slowly along the 8000km route towards the East carrying gold and glass to China and then travelled back towards the West carrying silk and other products. This overland route was called the Silk Road because it was the route that silk travelled from China to Europe.

What is the material?

2 Who was allowed to wear silk when it was

6 Alex didn’t sing the song.

4 The ceremonial wigs / wear / by the warriors. They / not wear / every day.

Dane personalne

Look at the map and read the text about the Silk Road. Answer the questions.

Material

1 According to legend, who discovered silk?

4 My brother owns that motorbike. 5 Lots of people took photos of the ceremony.

3 The mask / not make / by Grace. It / make / by Sylvia.

tan (n)

2 The average cocoon contains approximately

1 My mother drew this picture of me.

write passive sentences in the present simple.

2

2 Tigers / find / in India. They / not find / in Africa.

smart (adj)

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by Italy in 2006. by Picasso. by Versace. by Shakespeare. yesterday. by the Romans.

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What do you know about silk? Complete the sentences with the information from the box.

50%

was won

Change these sentences from active to passive.

1 This car / not fill / with diesel. It / fill / with petrol.

pierce (v)

The secret of silk

Test your memory!

hasn’t been haven’t been

shorT answers

The Silk Road

The Silk Road became less important when traders started to carry their products by sea. Trading ships carried products and the overland Silk Road route was used less.

The story of silk

announced. invented.

negaTive

The overland trading routes between the East and West developed around 300 BC. The popularity of silk in the Roman and Byzantine Empires increased trade along the routes.

Dramatic sea rescue

6 grown / that field / are / The mushrooms / in

5 The food in this restaurant / prepare / by a famous cook. The meals / eat / by celebrities.

has been have been

The World Cup Guernica Her dress Don Quixote These emails The Pyramids

5

This car isn’t filled with diesel. It’s filled with petrol.

affirmaTive

The painting The hotels

1 2 3 4 5 6

Grammar bank & Grammar exercises 5

weave spin sew

The wigs are made in France.

5 is / every week / rubbish / collected / not / The

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3

Match the words with the pictures.

reached? taught?

Complete the passive sentences with the past simple. use the verbs in the box.

4

not build design paint send win not write

4 watered / The / twice a day / garden / is

quesTions

Across the curriculum

The rescue services often rely on volunteer staff and have to raise money to pay for equipment, vehicles and training. Rescue services across the world save thousands of lives every year. They rescue people who have had accidents or are victims of natural disasters. Other times they have to rescue people who have acted in an irresponsible way.

done in Britain. paid.

a conclusion yoga classes

The passive: present perfect

Active sentences start with the subject. The subject is the doer of the action. Scientists freeze cells in this lab. (The focus of the sentence is on the scientists.) In passive sentences, the subject is the recipient of the action. Cells are frozen by scientists in this lab. (The focus of the sentence is on the cells.) We use by to introduce the person or thing that does the action in passive sentences. The wigs are worn by Huli warriors.

Materials

wasn’t weren’t

We use subject + was/were + past participle to make the passive of the past simple. The students were included in the study. In short answers, we don’t repeat the past participle. Was a conclusion reached by the scientists? Yes, it was.

The news The medicines

order the words to make passive sentences with the present simple.

2 cars / made / not / Germany / are / The / in

shorT answers Yes, it was. / No, it wasn’t. Yes, they were. / No, they weren’t.

active to passive

33 Listen again and circle the correct alternatives.

1 Tony wants his girlfriend / sister to go on an adventure holiday with him. 2 He thinks she might / might not like the idea. 3 He’s going to show her some video clips on MySpace / YouTube. 4 He wants to spend two weeks / a week on holiday. 5 He wants to go to Italy / Ireland. 6 He’s going to get information about mountain biking / horse-riding. 7 He thinks / doesn’t think she will enjoy climbing. 8 They are going to discuss it that night / the next day.

introduced. made.

negaTive

quesTions

We use the passive when we want to focus on the recipient of an action in a sentence, not the doer. The school rules are read by the teacher. We also use the passive when we don’t know who does the action. The Huli traditions are taught at the school. We use the passive in writing rather than in speaking. We often use the passive in writing to describe a process. The design is chosen. It’s drawn onto the skin. We use subject + be + past participle to make the passive form of the present simple. Two different wigs are needed for the ceremony. In short answers, we don’t repeat the past participle. Are masks used by the Huli warriors? No, they aren’t. For the past participles of irregular verbs, see Irregular Verbs list, Workbook p96.

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1 are / The wigs / in / France / made

3 on special occasions / Colourful / are / dresses / worn

affirmaTive

covered with flowers? worn for ceremonies?

shorT answers

for the summer and put the pictures in the order he mentions them.

Culture Today

Outer space

2

decorated with feathers. used every day.

aren’t (are not)

Yes, it is. / No, it isn’t. Yes, they are / No, they aren’t.

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… the BIG DEBATE: Should irresponsible people pay to be rescued?

Useful expressions

1

Is Are

a

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I’d like to book a twin room. I’d like to make a reservation. When would you like to stay?

isn’t (is not)

quesTions

Revision Standard & Revision Extra

Vocabulary bank normal adjectives / extreme adjectives bad / awful big / huge cold / freezing hot / boiling interesting / fascinating nice / amazing small / tiny

designed over years. worn by Huli warriors.

c

Activities Extreme adjectives

His wig The wigs

33 Listen to Tony talking about his plans

3

is are

negaTive

c) might be busy c) does c) am repairing c) am going to c) meeting c) won’t finish c) going to get c) might to cycle c) too c) coldest c) will go c) I won’t to do

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across along away from down into out of over round through towards under up

Each wig The wigs

5 Write sentences using the fi rst conditional and the information in the table.

by bus

We only use by in passive sentences when it’s important to mention who does the action. They sing this song at the ceremony. This song is sung at the ceremony by them. Amanda Seyfried sings this song. This song is sung by Amanda Seyfried.

affirmaTive

Sally Hi, Mike. Do you want to come to town later? Mike I’m not sure. I (1) … . Sally Why? What are you (2) …? Mike Well, I (3) … my bike now and then I (4) … do my homework. Sally Well, I’m going (5) … Jane in Pizza Land. Mike That sounds good. If I (6) … my homework, I’ll come too. Are you (7) … the bus? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Grammar exercises

The passive: present simple

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

5 Poznan / car

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Prepositions of movement

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Revision Extra

Prepositions of movement

Recycle Match the pictures with the adjectives. a

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Revision Standard

Vocabulary 1

worry (v)

/ɪnˈkredəb(ə)l/ /ˈɪntrəstɪd/

niebywały, niewiarygodny zainteresowany

/rɪˈspekt/

szacunek

/strest/

zestresowany

/ˈnækə(r)d/ /sɪˈdjuːs/

/səˈpɔː(r)t/

/sə(r)ˈpraɪzɪŋ/ /sə(r)ˈpraɪzd/ /trʌst/

wykończony uwodzić pomagać, wspierać zaskakujący zaskoczony zaufanie

/ʌnˈhæpi/

nieszczęśliwy

/ˈwʌri/

zaniepokojony, zmartwiony martwić się

/ˈwʌrid/

worrying (adj)

/ˈwʌriɪŋ/

Dear …

/dɪə(r)/

niepokojący Drogi/Droga…

I’m writing to thank you for …

/aɪm ˌraɪtɪŋ tə ˈθæŋk Piszę, aby Ci jʊ ˌfə(r)/ podziękować za…

Thank you so much for …

/ˈθæŋk jʊ ˌsəʊ ˈmʌtʃ Bardzo Ci dziękuję za… fə(r)/

Thanks very much for … /ˈθæŋks ˌveri ˈmʌtʃ fə(r)/

Dzięki wielkie za…

Hope to see you soon.

/ˌhəʊp tə ˈsiː jʊ ˌsuːn/

Mam nadzieję, że do zobaczenia wkrótce.

Lots of love,

/ˌlɒts əv ˈlʌv/

Całuję/Pozdrawiam,

The music is awesome! /ðə ˌmjuːzɪk ɪz ˈɔːs(ə)m/ They rock! He’s sick!

Cechy charakteru adventurous (adj) bad (adj) balanced (adj) behaviour (n) caring (adj) confident (adj) cruel (adj) determined (adj)

znudzony

easy-going (adj)

nudny

firm (adj)

rozczarować

generous (adj)

/ˌðeɪ ˈrɒk/

/ˌ hiːz ˈsɪk/ /ədˈventʃ(ə)rəs/ /bæd/

/ˈbælənst/

/bɪˈheɪvjə(r)/

Ta muzyka jest niesamowita! Oni są świetni! On jest super!

żądny przygód zły zrównoważony zachowanie

/ˈkeərɪŋ/

opiekuńczy, troskliwy

/ˈkruːəl/

okrutny

/ˈkɒnfɪd(ə)nt/ /dɪˈtɜː(r)mɪnd/ /ˌiːziˈɡəʊɪŋ/ /fɜː(r)m/

/ˈdʒenərəs/

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