Actividades 3 Eso Ingles

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Grammar Unit 3 4 Match 1–6 with a–g. Then complete the sentences with who, which or where.

much, many, a lot of 1 Replace a lot of with much or many in the sentences, where possible.

That’s the computer which d 1 There’s the office ________________

1 There aren’t a lot of presents under the tree.

2 I want a washing powder ________________

________________

3 Jake’s the boy ________________

2 I’ve got a lot of homework tonight.

4 Mrs Simms is the lady ________________

________________

5 I know a nice park ________________

3 There isn’t a lot of chocolate in the fridge.

6 This is the bus ________________

________________

a teaches biology at my school.

4 We need a lot of bread for the sandwiches.

b plays basketball for the school team.

________________

c we can have our picnic.

2 Tick (9) the correct questions. Correct the mistakes. How a lot of students are there in your class?

d I use to do my homework.

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How many students are there in your class? 1 Did you get a lot of birthday presents? ___________________________________________ 2 How many money do we need? ___________________________________________ 3 Have you got much homework tonight? ___________________________________________ 4 Are there much computers in your school? ___________________________________________

e goes to the sports centre. f

doesn’t harm the environment.

g my mum works.

too, too much, too many, enough, not enough 5 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. aren’t enough (x4) isn’t many much (x2) too (x4) 1 You’re only three. You ______________ old ______________ to go to school.

Relative pronouns

2 The traffic is terrible. There are ______________

3 Complete the text with where, which or who.

______________ cars on the road.

There’s a teacher here (1) _____________ is really

3 I’m ______________ tired to go out.

cool. His name is Mr Jackson. He’s the only teacher

4 Have we got ______________ bread to make a

(2) _____________ doesn’t own a car. He rides a really old bike (3) _____________ you can hear from miles away! He says he’s trying to save the planet. I try to do things (4) _____________ help the environment, too. At school I speak to students (5) _____________ leave their rubbish in the wrong places. I say to them, ‘There are recycling bins (6) _____________ you can put your old cans and paper.’ I want to live in a place (7) _____________

sandwich? 5 There ______________ ______________ milk for our coffee. We need to buy some more. 6 There is ______________ ______________ rubbish in our streets. 7 The classroom is big ______________ for thirty students. 8 My coffee is really sweet! There’s ______________ ______________ sugar in it.

there isn’t rubbish everywhere. Mr Jackson agrees!

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Vocabulary Unit 3 Summary Household goods apples chocolate coffee crisps fizzy drink juice shampoo toilet paper toothpaste washing powder bag bar bottle box can carton jar packet roll tube Pollution and the environment burn bury destroy poison pollute recycle reuse

save

throw away waste

Household goods

Pollution and the environment

1 Write household goods from the summary.

3 Write the words in the correct places. Don’t throw away plastic bags and bottles. Try to reuse them. (reuse / throw away) 1 The council _______________ too much rubbish. This _______________ the land. (buries / pollutes) 2 When we _______________ plastic, we _______________ the atmosphere. (burn / poison) 3 Don’t _______________ all your rubbish. You can

a jar of coffee

1 _______________

_______________ some things. (recycle / throw away) 4 Cloth bags _______________ the environment because you can _______________ them. (reuse / save) 4 Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

2

_______________

3 _______________

2 What does Kelly want to buy? Write household goods from the summary. something to clean her teeth

a tube of toothpaste

burn bury poison recycle reuse throw away waste 1 You ______________ a plastic bag when you put things in the bag more than once. 2 Some companies ______________ plastic bags and bottles and they make new things from

1 some fruit

them.

__________________________________ 2 a healthy drink

3 When you put rubbish under the ground, you ______________ it.

__________________________________ 3 something sweet to eat

4 When you ______________ rubbish, you put it in the bin.

__________________________________ 4 something to clean her clothes __________________________________ 5 something to wash her hair __________________________________

5 When you destroy something with fire, you ______________ it. 6 When you take more than you need of something, you ______________ it. 7 When you ______________ something, you kill or damage it.

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Grammar Unit 3 1 Match 1–5 with a–f to make sentences. Then complete 1–5 with a lot of, much or many and a– f with which, who or where. Sometimes two words are possible in 1–5. There’s a lot of plastic in our rubbish

d

1 In my town there aren’t _____________ recycling bins 2 How _____________ people do you know 3 There are _____________ cloth bags nowadays 4 Is there _____________ pollution

3 Laura didn’t read her mum’s shopping list properly. Look at the list and the sentences. Then complete the sentences with the correct past form of buy and too much, too many, enough or not enough.

apples cans of cola spaghetti juice shampoo

8 6 one big packet 3 cartons 1 bottle

5 There are _____________ shops in my town a _____________ you can recycle rubbish. b _____________ don’t give customers free

She ___________________________ apples. 2 She bought four cans of cola.

plastic bags. c _____________ you can reuse for shopping. d which the council burns every year.

She ___________________________ cans of cola. 3 She bought one small packet of spaghetti. She ___________________________ spaghetti.

e _____________ you live? f

1 Laura bought ten apples.

_____________ don’t own a car?

4 She bought four cartons of juice. She ___________________________ cartons of

2 There are two mistakes in each sentence. Correct them. 1 How a lot of people do you know which don’t recycle? 8 __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 2 There aren’t bins enough that you can put your rubbish. 8

juice. 5 She bought one bottle of shampoo. She ___________________________ shampoo. 6 She bought a large jar of coffee. She ___________________________ coffee. 4 Complete the text. Write one word in each gap. At my school there’s too (1) ______________ rubbish

__________________________________________

everywhere. There are a (2) ______________ of bins

__________________________________________

(3) ______________ you can recycle bottles, cans

3 There are a lot of people where are too many lazy to recycle. 8

and paper, but the students are (4) ______________ lazy to use them. I think that we don’t do

__________________________________________

(5) ______________ to help our environment. There

__________________________________________

are people (6) ______________ worry about how

4 People use much cloth bags but they don’t enough recycle. 8

(7) ______________ rubbish they throw away. And in schools we do projects (8) ______________

__________________________________________

teach us about recycling. But there are still too

__________________________________________

(9) ______________ students (10) ______________

5 We’ve got a lot bins but they aren’t enough big. 8

use (11) ______________ much plastic. They (12) ______________ care enough.

__________________________________________ __________________________________________

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Vocabulary Unit 3 1 Write the household goods. Use two words from the box for each picture. bar beans box can chocolate ice cream jam jar packet punnet rice sachet sauce strawberries tissues tub

3 Match 1–7 with a–g to make sentences. 1 You can compost 2 Some companies dump 3 It’s good to reuse your 4 I want to reduce 5 It’s important to conserve our 6 We throw away too much 7 Our wasteful lifestyle will deplete

1 a ________________

2 a___________________

of _______________

of __________________

a plastic bags. b the number of plastic bags I use. c your old food. d forests. e of our rubbish. f

the world’s energy supplies.

g their chemicals in the sea. 3 a ________________

4 a___________________

of _______________

of __________________

4 Read the clues and complete the crossword with environment words from exercise 3. 1

2

3

5 a ________________

6 a___________________

of _______________

of __________________

4

5

6

7 a ________________

8 a___________________

of _______________

of __________________

2 Write what each person wants. Use phrases from exercise 1. 1 Jim wants some ketchup for his French fries. He needs a ____________________________. 2 Dan wants something sweet but not cold to eat. He buys a ____________________________. 3 Holly is watching a really sad film. She needs a ____________________________. 4 Vicky wants to eat some fruit. She buys a ____________________________. 5 Tom wants to eat something cold. He gets a ____________________________. 6 Sally wants something sweet on her bread. She buys a ____________________________.

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Across 1 When you _____ something, you make its size or quantity smaller. 4 When you _____ food, you make something that plants can grow in. 5 When you _____ a bag or container, you put things in it again. 6 When you _____ something, you put it in the bin. 7 When you _____ something, you reduce the amount. Down 2 When you _____ something, you put your rubbish in an unsuitable place (not a bin). 3 When you _____ something, you try not to waste it.

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INFORME DE MEDIDAS EDUCATIVAS ESPECIALES CURSO 3º ESO INGLÉS Medidas de refuerzo y apoyo educativo Los alumnos que no han superado la asignatura en Junio deberán estudiar y trabajar el libro de texto, el workbook y los apuntes vistos durante el curso escolar 2010/11 Además RECOMENDAMOS la realización de UNO de los siguientes libros de vacaciones que servirá para reforzar los conocimientos necesarios para superar la asignatura. La realización o no del libro de verano no modificará en ningún caso la calificación obtenida en el examen de septiembre. - Summer Practice 3º ESO de la editorial Burlington books - Holiday English 3º ESO de la editorial Oxford - Key Revision 3º ESO de la editorial Macmillan

Además se deben encargar en la librería las respuestas de los ejercicios (Answer Key) para que el alumno se autocorrija después de realizar cada una de las unidades. Recomendamos la supervisión de los padres en esta tarea.

Para aquellos alumnos que hayan aprobado la asignatura, recomendamos la lectura de un libro adaptado al nivel que haya cursado el alumno/a. Recordamos que en la biblioteca del centro existen ejemplares que pueden ser prestados con el carné de estudiante

Rivas, 24 de Junio de 2011 DEPARTAMENTO DE INGLÉS

Grammar & vocabulary Starter unit be and have got

Present simple

1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of be or have got.

4 Complete the sentences with the verbs in the box.

I’m not from London. (8)

carries carry do does doesn’t don’t finishes have watches

1 ___________ she your sister? 2 This magazine ___________ very interesting. (8)

My dad finishes work at 5.30 p.m.

3 ___________ she any video games?

1 Ben ____________ his books in a sports bag.

4 I ___________ some chocolate. (9)

2 How often ____________ Kelly go to the library?

5 Our names ___________ Luke and Pablo. (9)

3 Sally ____________ DVDs at the weekend.

6 ___________ you ___________ any money?

4 Where ____________ they play football?

7 James ___________ a new girlfriend. (9)

5 We ____________ go swimming on Saturdays.

8 The flat ___________ any furniture. (8)

6 I always ____________ my grandmother’s

9 Where ___________ you from?

shopping bags for her. 7 Holly ____________ like heavy metal music.

Comparative and superlative adjectives

8 You always ____________ lunch in the café.

Adjectives

2 Complete the table.

5 Complete the adjectives. Use a, e, i, o or u. Then match 1–6 with the opposites a–g.

adjective

comparative

superlative

large

larger

largest

(1) _________

bigger

_____________

1 cl__ __n

b light

(2) noisy

_____________

_____________

2 d__ng__r__ __s

c boring

(3) _________

_____________

furthest

3 __xc__t__ng

d expensive

(4) _________

more modern

_____________ _____________

4 h__ __vy

e noisy

(5) cheap

_____________

_____________

5 q__ __ __t

f

(6) bad

_____________

_____________

6 r__r__

g dirty

Pronouns and possessive adjectives 3 Tick (9) the correct sentences and questions.

9

I live in Mumbai.

chea p

a safe

common

Routines 6 Choose the correct words. I have / give breakfast with my parents. 1 Jack goes / gets up at 7.00 a.m. 2 Tom doesn’t want to go to / on bed.

1 Me house isn’t very modern.

3 My mum wakes / waits me at 6.30 a.m.

2 Which is your desk?

4 Richard goes / gets the bus to school.

3 She walks to school with he.

5 I make / do my homework in the library.

4 Holly can’t find she bag.

6 I don’t often wash / watch TV.

5 Does you like video games?

7 I’m going to cook / cool the dinner tonight.

6 Please don’t forget us!

8 You must tidy / start your room.

7 Their parents aren’t English.

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Grammar Starter unit be and have got 1 Write affirmative (9) and negative (8) sentences and questions (? ) with be or have got. I / a new watch (9)

Pronouns and possessive adjectives 3 Choose the correct words. I / My name is Lucia. (1) I / Me share a room with (2) I / my older sister. (3) She / Her name is Isabel.

I’ve got a new watch.

Isabel is great. (4) She / Her gives (5) my / me

1 you / tired (? ) _________________________________________ 2 he / a car (8) _________________________________________ 3 it / sunny today (9) _________________________________________ 4 who / your favourite singer (?) _________________________________________ 5 they / two horses (9) _________________________________________ 6 I / from New York (8) _________________________________________ 7 you / an mp3 player (? ) _________________________________________ 8 what / their names (?) _________________________________________

Comparative and superlative adjectives 2 Write comparative sentences for 1–3 and superlative sentences for 4–6. your watch / cheap / mine

Your watch is cheaper than mine. 1 Spain / hot / Britain

make-up and (6) her / their old clothes. (7) We / Our are both tidy, so (8) our / its room always looks nice. But (9) our / their brothers’ room is really messy, so (10) it / its always looks horrible. (11) We / She often tell (12) they / them to tidy (13) his / their room, but (14) they / them don’t listen to (15) we / us.

Present simple 4 Write the he / she / it form of the verbs. help

helps

1 tidy

________________

2 miss

________________

3 like

________________

4 fix

________________

5 put

________________

6 teach

________________

7 carry

________________

8 relax

________________

9 go

________________

5 Complete the sentences with the correct present simple form of the verbs. 1 I _____________ (study) French and English

_________________________________________ 2 fruit / healthy / chocolate

at school. 2 My dad _____________ (finish) work at 5.30.

_________________________________________ 3 books / interesting / video games _________________________________________ _________________________________________ 4 English / easy / school subject _________________________________________ 5 Leona Lewis / good / singer _________________________________________ 6 Formula 1 racing / exciting / sport _________________________________________

3 How often _________ Kelly and Tom _________ (go) to the library? 4 I _____________ (not watch) much television at the weekend. 5 My sister never _____________ (get up) early. 6 Where ________ he ________ (play) football? 7 She _____________ (not see) her grandparents very often. 8 He _____________ (wash up) after dinner most evenings.

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Vocabulary Starter unit Summary Adjectives boring cheap clean common dangerous difficult dirty easy exciting expensive far heavy light near noisy powerful quiet rare safe unhealthy useful useless weak

healthy

Routines cook dinner do my homework finish work get home get the bus get up go to bed go to sleep go to work have breakfast relax start work tidy your room wake up watch TV

Adjectives

Routines

1 Complete the crossword with the opposite adjectives.

4 Match 1–6 with a–f to make sentences.

Across

1

2 difficult

2

1 I tidy

a to sleep before 10 p.m.

2 My mum starts

b my room at weekends.

3 They never watch

c breakfast in a café most

3 expensive 5 interesting

3

Down 1 dangerous 4

3 rare 4 noisy

mornings. 4 Lily gets

d the bus to school.

5 I never go

e work at 8.00 a.m.

6 She has

f

TV before school.

5 Look at the pictures of Ben’s day. Write sentences with the correct form of phrases from the summary.

5

1

2 Correct the bold words with the opposite adjective. Elephants are light. heavy 1 Computers are useless machines.____________

2

3

4

5

2 Pigs are dirty animals.____________ 3 Fruit and vegetables are unhealthy food. ____________ 4 Australia is near from Spain.____________ 5 Bears are very weak animals.____________ 3 Complete the sentences with adjectives from the summary. Riding a bike without a helmet is dangerous. 1 It isn’t ____________ to eat a lot of chocolate.

Ben wakes up at 6.30.

2 Stop shouting! You’re being very ____________.

1 He ______________________________________.

3 People say that aeroplanes are ____________,

2 He ______________________________________. 3 He ______________________________________.

but I’m scared of flying! 4 I can’t lift this machine. It’s really ____________.

4 He ______________________________________.

5 I can’t hear the radio. It’s too ____________.

5 He ______________________________________.

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Grammar Starter unit 1 Write comparative sentences. Use the correct form of have got or be and the words in this order. 1 Jack / big / bag / Lucy ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 2 Jo’s shoes / not / more / expensive / Amy’s shoes ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 3 you / tidy / bedroom / me ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 4 this exam / not / more / difficult / yesterday’s exam ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 5 the boys / not / good / results / us ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 6 my house / far / from school / your house

3 Complete the text with pronouns and possessive adjectives. Hi. (1) _____________ name’s Kerry. I start the day at seven o’clock in the morning when (2) _____________ mum wakes (3) _____________ up. (4) _____________ gives (5) _____________ a cup of coffee and (6) _____________ drink (7) _____________ in bed. At breakfast Mum, Dad, (8) _____________ brother Andrew and I talk about (9) _____________ plans for the day. Then Mum and Dad go to work. (10) _____________ offices are on the other side of town, so (11) _____________ always leave early. 4 Complete the text with the present simple form of seven of the verbs in the box. not agree do finish get go study not walk not want Andrew (1) ___________________ to school with me

___________________________________________

because he (2) ___________________ to university

___________________________________________

now. He (3) ___________________ French. I

2 Complete the questions for the answers. Use the comparative or superlative form of the adjectives in the box. heavy

hot intelligent

long

nice tall

1 _______________________________ in the world? The blue whale. It can weigh 150,000 kg! 2 _____________________________________ Jack?

(4) ___________________ to go to university. A job is better, but Mum and Dad (5) ___________________. I (6) ___________________ home from school at about four o’clock, but Mum is still at work. She (7) ___________________ at five thirty. 5 Complete the interview with Kerry from exercises 3 and 4. Write the questions.

Yes, I am. I’m 1.85 metres and Jack’s 1.73

Q (1) _______________________________________?

metres.

A I get up at seven o’clock.

3 _______________________________ in the world?

Q (2) _______________________________________?

The Danakil desert in Ethiopia reaches 50°C.

A I have breakfast with my mum, dad and brother.

4 ____________________________________ at your

Q (3) _______________________________________?

new school? Yes, they’re much friendlier than the students at my old school. 5 ________________________________ of the year? That’s 21st June. In Britain it stays light for about sixteen hours. 6 ___________________________________________ in the world? Yes, we are. Humans can do a lot of things that

A Because their offices are far away. Q (4) _______________________________________? A No, he doesn’t. He’s at university now. Q (5) _______________________________________? A No, I don’t. I want to get a job. Q (6) _______________________________________? A No, they don’t! They think university is better than a job.

other animals can’t do.

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Vocabulary Starter unit 1 Match 1–6 with their opposite adjectives a–f. 1 dull

a simple

2 expensive

b noisy

3 complicated

c quiet

4 weak

d powerful

5 loud

e exciting

6 tranquil

f

cheap

4 Write the routine for each picture. Use eight of the phrases in the box. chat about your day check your emails check your homework diary chill out cook the dinner do your homework hang up your coat iron your uniform make a snack pack your school bag 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

2 Correct the mistakes in the sentences. Use the adjectives in exercise 1. Sometimes more than one adjective is possible. 1 I thought the film was really dull. I had no idea what was happening. ______________ 2 That maths exam was incredibly tranquil. I got 100%. ______________ 3 I found a nice cheap place for a picnic. There’s no one else around and all you can hear are the birds. ______________ 4 I love my new trainers but they were really thrilling. I haven’t got any money now until next month. ______________ 5 My neighbour’s motorbike is really powerful and extremely weak. The sound of the engine wakes me up every morning. ______________ 6 Our teacher is tired of telling us to be exciting in class. She thinks we all talk too much. ______________ 3 Complete the text with six of the adjectives in the box. clean complicated dull loud safe simple exciting tranquil You never hear much noise on my street: it’s a (1) ___________ place. That’s because nothing much happens here. There’s no crime, so it’s (2) ___________, too, and there’s no litter – it’s always (3) ___________. Some people say it’s (4) ___________ because nothing much ever happens. People do things quietly: nobody is (5) ___________ – their music doesn’t bother anyone. Everybody is friendly to their neighbours. I like my street but it isn’t a very (6) ___________ place to live.

1 ___________________________________________ 2 ___________________________________________ 3 ___________________________________________ 4 ___________________________________________ 5 ___________________________________________ 6 ___________________________________________ 7 ___________________________________________ 8 ___________________________________________

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Grammar Starter unit be and have got 1 Write affirmative (9) and negative (8) sentences and questions (? ) with be or have got. I / a new watch (9)

Pronouns and possessive adjectives 3 Choose the correct words. I / My name is Lucia. (1) I / Me share a room with (2) I / my older sister. (3) She / Her name is Isabel.

I’ve got a new watch.

Isabel is great. (4) She / Her gives (5) my / me

1 you / tired (? ) _________________________________________ 2 he / a car (8) _________________________________________ 3 it / sunny today (9) _________________________________________ 4 who / your favourite singer (?) _________________________________________ 5 they / two horses (9) _________________________________________ 6 I / from New York (8) _________________________________________ 7 you / an mp3 player (? ) _________________________________________ 8 what / their names (?) _________________________________________

Comparative and superlative adjectives 2 Write comparative sentences for 1–3 and superlative sentences for 4–6. your watch / cheap / mine

Your watch is cheaper than mine. 1 Spain / hot / Britain

make-up and (6) her / their old clothes. (7) We / Our are both tidy, so (8) our / its room always looks nice. But (9) our / their brothers’ room is really messy, so (10) it / its always looks horrible. (11) We / She often tell (12) they / them to tidy (13) his / their room, but (14) they / them don’t listen to (15) we / us.

Present simple 4 Write the he / she / it form of the verbs. help

helps

1 tidy

________________

2 miss

________________

3 like

________________

4 fix

________________

5 put

________________

6 teach

________________

7 carry

________________

8 relax

________________

9 go

________________

5 Complete the sentences with the correct present simple form of the verbs. 1 I _____________ (study) French and English

_________________________________________ 2 fruit / healthy / chocolate

at school. 2 My dad _____________ (finish) work at 5.30.

_________________________________________ 3 books / interesting / video games _________________________________________ _________________________________________ 4 English / easy / school subject _________________________________________ 5 Leona Lewis / good / singer _________________________________________ 6 Formula 1 racing / exciting / sport _________________________________________

3 How often _________ Kelly and Tom _________ (go) to the library? 4 I _____________ (not watch) much television at the weekend. 5 My sister never _____________ (get up) early. 6 Where ________ he ________ (play) football? 7 She _____________ (not see) her grandparents very often. 8 He _____________ (wash up) after dinner most evenings.

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Vocabulary Starter unit Summary Adjectives boring cheap clean common dangerous difficult dirty easy exciting expensive far heavy light near noisy powerful quiet rare safe unhealthy useful useless weak

healthy

Routines cook dinner do my homework finish work get home get the bus get up go to bed go to sleep go to work have breakfast relax start work tidy your room wake up watch TV

Adjectives

Routines

1 Complete the crossword with the opposite adjectives.

4 Match 1–6 with a–f to make sentences.

Across

1

2 difficult

2

1 I tidy

a to sleep before 10 p.m.

2 My mum starts

b my room at weekends.

3 They never watch

c breakfast in a café most

3 expensive 5 interesting

3

Down 1 dangerous 4

3 rare 4 noisy

mornings. 4 Lily gets

d the bus to school.

5 I never go

e work at 8.00 a.m.

6 She has

f

TV before school.

5 Look at the pictures of Ben’s day. Write sentences with the correct form of phrases from the summary.

5

1

2 Correct the bold words with the opposite adjective. Elephants are light. heavy 1 Computers are useless machines.____________

2

3

4

5

2 Pigs are dirty animals.____________ 3 Fruit and vegetables are unhealthy food. ____________ 4 Australia is near from Spain.____________ 5 Bears are very weak animals.____________ 3 Complete the sentences with adjectives from the summary. Riding a bike without a helmet is dangerous. 1 It isn’t ____________ to eat a lot of chocolate.

Ben wakes up at 6.30.

2 Stop shouting! You’re being very ____________.

1 He ______________________________________.

3 People say that aeroplanes are ____________,

2 He ______________________________________. 3 He ______________________________________.

but I’m scared of flying! 4 I can’t lift this machine. It’s really ____________.

4 He ______________________________________.

5 I can’t hear the radio. It’s too ____________.

5 He ______________________________________.

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Grammar Starter unit 1 Write comparative sentences. Use the correct form of have got or be and the words in this order. 1 Jack / big / bag / Lucy ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 2 Jo’s shoes / not / more / expensive / Amy’s shoes ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 3 you / tidy / bedroom / me ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 4 this exam / not / more / difficult / yesterday’s exam ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 5 the boys / not / good / results / us ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 6 my house / far / from school / your house

3 Complete the text with pronouns and possessive adjectives. Hi. (1) _____________ name’s Kerry. I start the day at seven o’clock in the morning when (2) _____________ mum wakes (3) _____________ up. (4) _____________ gives (5) _____________ a cup of coffee and (6) _____________ drink (7) _____________ in bed. At breakfast Mum, Dad, (8) _____________ brother Andrew and I talk about (9) _____________ plans for the day. Then Mum and Dad go to work. (10) _____________ offices are on the other side of town, so (11) _____________ always leave early. 4 Complete the text with the present simple form of seven of the verbs in the box. not agree do finish get go study not walk not want Andrew (1) ___________________ to school with me

___________________________________________

because he (2) ___________________ to university

___________________________________________

now. He (3) ___________________ French. I

2 Complete the questions for the answers. Use the comparative or superlative form of the adjectives in the box. heavy

hot intelligent

long

nice tall

1 _______________________________ in the world? The blue whale. It can weigh 150,000 kg! 2 _____________________________________ Jack?

(4) ___________________ to go to university. A job is better, but Mum and Dad (5) ___________________. I (6) ___________________ home from school at about four o’clock, but Mum is still at work. She (7) ___________________ at five thirty. 5 Complete the interview with Kerry from exercises 3 and 4. Write the questions.

Yes, I am. I’m 1.85 metres and Jack’s 1.73

Q (1) _______________________________________?

metres.

A I get up at seven o’clock.

3 _______________________________ in the world?

Q (2) _______________________________________?

The Danakil desert in Ethiopia reaches 50°C.

A I have breakfast with my mum, dad and brother.

4 ____________________________________ at your

Q (3) _______________________________________?

new school? Yes, they’re much friendlier than the students at my old school. 5 ________________________________ of the year? That’s 21st June. In Britain it stays light for about sixteen hours. 6 ___________________________________________ in the world? Yes, we are. Humans can do a lot of things that

A Because their offices are far away. Q (4) _______________________________________? A No, he doesn’t. He’s at university now. Q (5) _______________________________________? A No, I don’t. I want to get a job. Q (6) _______________________________________? A No, they don’t! They think university is better than a job.

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Vocabulary Starter unit 1 Match 1–6 with their opposite adjectives a–f. 1 dull

a simple

2 expensive

b noisy

3 complicated

c quiet

4 weak

d powerful

5 loud

e exciting

6 tranquil

f

cheap

4 Write the routine for each picture. Use eight of the phrases in the box. chat about your day check your emails check your homework diary chill out cook the dinner do your homework hang up your coat iron your uniform make a snack pack your school bag 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

2 Correct the mistakes in the sentences. Use the adjectives in exercise 1. Sometimes more than one adjective is possible. 1 I thought the film was really dull. I had no idea what was happening. ______________ 2 That maths exam was incredibly tranquil. I got 100%. ______________ 3 I found a nice cheap place for a picnic. There’s no one else around and all you can hear are the birds. ______________ 4 I love my new trainers but they were really thrilling. I haven’t got any money now until next month. ______________ 5 My neighbour’s motorbike is really powerful and extremely weak. The sound of the engine wakes me up every morning. ______________ 6 Our teacher is tired of telling us to be exciting in class. She thinks we all talk too much. ______________ 3 Complete the text with six of the adjectives in the box. clean complicated dull loud safe simple exciting tranquil You never hear much noise on my street: it’s a (1) ___________ place. That’s because nothing much happens here. There’s no crime, so it’s (2) ___________, too, and there’s no litter – it’s always (3) ___________. Some people say it’s (4) ___________ because nothing much ever happens. People do things quietly: nobody is (5) ___________ – their music doesn’t bother anyone. Everybody is friendly to their neighbours. I like my street but it isn’t a very (6) ___________ place to live.

1 ___________________________________________ 2 ___________________________________________ 3 ___________________________________________ 4 ___________________________________________ 5 ___________________________________________ 6 ___________________________________________ 7 ___________________________________________ 8 ___________________________________________

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Grammar & vocabulary Starter unit be and have got

Present simple

1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of be or have got.

4 Complete the sentences with the verbs in the box.

I’m not from London. ()

carries carry do does doesn’t don’t finishes have watches

1 ___________ she your sister? 2 This magazine ___________ very interesting. ()

My dad finishes work at 5.30 p.m.

3 ___________ she any video games?

1 Ben ____________ his books in a sports bag.

4 I ___________ some chocolate. ()

2 How often ____________ Kelly go to the library?

5 Our names ___________ Luke and Pablo. ()

3 Sally ____________ DVDs at the weekend.

6 ___________ you ___________ any money?

4 Where ____________ they play football?

7 James ___________ a new girlfriend. ()

5 We ____________ go swimming on Saturdays.

8 The flat ___________ any furniture. ()

6 I always ____________ my grandmother’s

9 Where ___________ you from?

shopping bags for her. 7 Holly ____________ like heavy metal music.

Comparative and superlative adjectives

8 You always ____________ lunch in the café.

Adjectives

2 Complete the table.

5 Complete the adjectives. Use a, e, i, o or u. Then match 1–6 with the opposites a–g.

adjective

comparative

superlative

large

larger

largest

(1) _________

bigger

_____________

1 cl__ __n

b light

(2) noisy

_____________

_____________

2 d__ng__r__ __s

c boring

(3) _________

_____________

furthest

3 __xc__t__ng

d expensive

(4) _________

more modern

_____________ _____________

4 h__ __vy

e noisy

(5) cheap

_____________

_____________

5 q__ __ __t

f

(6) bad

_____________

_____________

6 r__r__

g dirty

Pronouns and possessive adjectives 3 Tick () the correct sentences and questions.



I live in Mumbai.

chea p

a safe

common

Routines 6 Choose the correct words. I have / give breakfast with my parents. 1 Jack goes / gets up at 7.00 a.m. 2 Tom doesn’t want to go to / on bed.

1 Me house isn’t very modern.

3 My mum wakes / waits me at 6.30 a.m.

2 Which is your desk?

4 Richard goes / gets the bus to school.

3 She walks to school with he.

5 I make / do my homework in the library.

4 Holly can’t find she bag.

6 I don’t often wash / watch TV.

5 Does you like video games?

7 I’m going to cook / cool the dinner tonight.

6 Please don’t forget us!

8 You must tidy / start your room.

7 Their parents aren’t English.

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Grammar & vocabulary Unit 2 was, were, there was, there were

Past simple and past continuous

1 Complete the sentences with was, wasn’t, were or weren’t.

4 Tick (9) the correct sentences.

The programme was interesting. (9) 1 Who ______________ the best characters in the drama series? 2 The participant ______________ very good. (8) 3 There ______________ a lot of people in the audience. (9) 4 The viewers ______________ interested in the new show. (8) 5 She ______________ really excited when she got the flat-screen TV. (9)

When Diego arrived home, his mother was making the dinner.

9

1 We watched TV when the phone rang. 2 While I was doing my homework, I listen to some music. 3 The participant was answering a question when the show ended. 4 When they saw her, she was crying. 5 Dan was sleeping when the film was finishing.

Television 5 Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

Past simple 2 Complete the sentences with the past simple form of the verbs. I watched (watch) TV last night. 1 ___________ you ___________ (enjoy) the film? 2 He ___________ (not know) the answer. 3 What ___________ he ___________ (have) for

adverts audience character episode remote control screen viewer My favourite character in The Simpsons is Bart. 1 I want to change channels. Where’s the ________________? 2 It’s the last ________________ of my favourite

dinner? 4 They ___________ (go) to Egypt last summer. 5 She ___________ (meet) a friend yesterday. 6 We ___________ (not win) any prizes.

programme tonight. 3 Some of the ________________ on television are more interesting than the programmes. 4 A ________________ watches the programme in their home but the ________________ are

Past continuous

watching in the television studio.

3 Order the words to complete the questions. (laughing / were / you)

5 Many houses have flat-________________ televisions these days.

Why were you laughing? 1 (chatting / she / was) Who _____________________________ to? 2 (reading / were / you) _____________________________ this book? 3 (saying / they / were) What _____________________________? 4 (it / raining / was) _____________________________ last night? 5 (he / listening / was) _____________________________ to the radio?

Television programmes 6 Cross out the incorrect word in the television programmes. the documentary news 1 drama soap series 2 reality film show 3 film soap opera 4 talent show news 5 quiz opera show

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Grammar Unit 2 was, were, there was, there were

Past continuous

1 Complete the dialogue with the correct form of was / were or there was / there were.

4 Write past continuous affirmative and negative sentences and questions.

James

(1) ________________ there many TVs in the 1930s, Grandma?

Grandma No, (2) ________________ many. James

What (3) ________________ your favourite programmes at that time?

Grandma Quiz shows. They (4) ________________ my favourite programmes. My father (5) ________________ a participant on a quiz show, but he (6) ________________ very good. (7) ________________ a fantastic prize, but he didn’t win it.

2 Write a past simple affirmative and negative sentence, and a question for the sentences. You watch the reality show. (9) You watched the reality show. 1 (8) _______________________________________ 2 (? ) _______________________________________ He sees the film. 3 (9)_______________________________________ 4 (8) _______________________________________ 5 (? ) _______________________________________

3 Write past simple questions for the answers. Use a question word.

3 they / speak / French (8) __________________________________________ 4 he / sleep (9) __________________________________________ 5 who / you / talk to (? ) __________________________________________ 6 I / chat / to a friend (9)

Past simple and past continuous 5 Complete the sentences with the correct verb in each gap. Use the past simple or past continuous form. When I arrived, they were watching TV. (arrive / watch) 1 While Dad ___________________ the dinner, I ___________________ my homework. (do / cook) 2 When I ___________________ David, he ___________________lunch in the park. (have / see) 3 ______________ Dan’s parents _____________ in

I saw Karen last night.

born? (be / live)

_________________________________________ ? __________________________________________ They went to Tenerife for their holiday. _________________________________________ ? I was angry because we didn’t win the prize.

4

__________________________________________

Buenos Aires when he ______________________

_________________________________________ ? 3

2 you / watch / TV (? )

Who did you see last night?

We had fish and chips for dinner. 2

__________________________________________

__________________________________________

Past simple

1

1 I / read / a book (8)

_________________________________________ ? He watched a reality show on TV.

4 I ___________________ any text messages while we ___________________ the film. (not send / watch) 5 Why ___________ you ___________ when I ___________________ into the room? (laugh / walk) 6 It ___________________ when we ___________________ the sports centre. (leave / not rain)

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Vocabulary Unit 2 Summary Television advert audience broadcast camera channel character episode participant presenter remote control screen show viewer Television programmes cartoon documentary drama series film game show soap opera sports programme talent show the news

quiz show reality show

programme

sitcom

Television

Television programmes

1 Match 1–7 with a–h to make sentences.

3 Complete the sentences with the singular or plural form of words from the summary.

e

The advert 1 Jake doesn’t like cartoons, so he 2 The participant in the quiz show

1 We’re interviewing homeless people for a ______________. 2 On ______________ ______________ you do silly

3 Viewers can vote 4 My grandparents watched the

activities to win prizes. 3 The Simpsons is my favourite ______________.

5 In last night’s episode 6 There were a lot of people 7 My favourite character in the film

4 A ______________ ______________doesn’t have many episodes. It is usually quite serious. 5 Hollywood is the home of American

a with their remote controls. b won €10,000!

______________. 6 A ______________ is a drama that makes you

c in the audience for the show.

laugh.

d broadcast from the moon in 1969. 4 Where do you hear these sentences? Write the names of the different programmes.

e was about a new car. f

is the police dog.

1 I hate the other participants and I want to go

g changed the channel. h John and Tina got married. 2 Write the letters in the correct order to make television words. teperrens

presenter

1 gromperma

______________

2 thracarec

______________

3 amerca

______________

4 sobacradt

______________

5 renecs

______________

6 uieaecdn

______________

7 iwrvee

______________

home! ______________ ______________ 2 I think the answer is b. No, I think it’s a. My final answer is a. ______________ ______________ 3 In a minute we’ve got some tennis for you, but first, today’s football results. ______________ ______________ 4 I thought you didn’t love me but you do. Let’s get married! ______________ ______________ 5 You really can’t sing. You were terrible! You’re going home tonight! ______________ ______________ 6 Two men stole a famous painting last night. The police found the painting and arrested the two men. ______________ ______________

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Grammar & vocabulary Unit 3 much, many, a lot of 1 Cross out the incorrect bold word or words in each sentence.

too, too much, too many, enough, not enough 3 Choose the correct words.

How much / many / a lot of bread is there? 1 There isn’t much / many / a lot of coffee. 2 There’s much / many / a lot of cola. 3 Are there much / many / a lot of Christmas presents? 4 There aren’t much / many / a lot of people. 5 How much / many / a lot of chocolate do you eat each week? 6 You use much / many / a lot of electricity. 7 We don’t watch much / many / a lot of reality shows in our house.

I’m too / enough tired to go out. 1 Jack is old too / enough to go to school. 2 You drink too much / too many cans of fizzy drink. 3 Holly isn’t fast enough / many to win the race. 4 There’s too much / too many pollution in our oceans. 5 We aren’t doing many / enough to protect our environment. 6 There’s much / enough food in your fridge for fifty people!

Relative pronouns

Household goods

2 Complete the sentences with who, which or where.

4 Complete the crossword.

We never use paper which isn’t recycled.

P

A

1

C

K

E

2

3

T

J

1 I go to a supermarket ______________ all the vegetables are organic.

4

2 Colin Beavan is a person ______________ I admire.

R

B

5

B

T

3 People ______________ drive everywhere should think more about the environment. N

4 Helen works in a factory ______________ workers put fruit into boxes. 5 Plastic is a material ______________ causes a lot of pollution. 6 It’s better to buy food ______________ doesn’t

Across

Down

______ of crisps

1 ______ of juice

4 ______ of chocolate

2 ______ of toothpaste

5 ______ of shampoo

3 ______ of coffee

travel a long distance.

5 ______ of apples

7 I prefer to use shops ______________ don’t give plastic bags to customers. 8 I go to a fast-food restaurant ______________ they don’t use plastic containers. 9 There are families ______________ throw away a lot of containers every day.

Pollution and the environment 5 Tick (9) the verbs which are good for the environment. save

9

1 burn

5 poison

2 waste

6 reuse

3 recycle

7 pollute

4 destroy

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Grammar & vocabulary Unit 4 Present perfect: affirmative and negative

Present perfect: questions 4 Order the words to make questions.

1 Tick (9) the correct sentences. Jessica has posted a message.

he / any / music / has / downloaded / ?

9

1 The girls hasn’t played any games online. 2 Tim has searched for things on the internet. 3 You haven’t messaged me recently!

Has he downloaded any music? 1 eaten / today / have / what / you / ? _________________________________________ 2 how / slept / she / long / has / ? _________________________________________

4 I hasn’t shared my files. 5 The boys have downloaded a lot of songs. 6 Maria has blog a lot today.

3 today / chatted / who / to / you / have / ? _________________________________________ 4 sent / an email / has / she / ?

2 Complete the sentences with the present perfect form of one of the verbs. I haven’t posted (not post / not create) any messages recently. 1 Jack _____________________ (blog / create) a website. 2 Polly _____________________ (not visit / not play) any chat rooms today. 3 We _____________________ (not email / not post) anyone today. 4 Luke _____________________ (blog / download) some fantastic music. 5 You _____________________ (not share / not message) your files this week. 6 Sam _____________________ (play / chat) some games online with a boy in Japan.

_________________________________________

Nouns and verbs: the internet 5 Complete the sentences about the internet with the pairs of words in the box. chat / chat room download / downloads message / message board playing games / online game search / search engine I love playing games online. My favourite online

game is Scrabble. 1 You can _______________ to people and make new friends in a _______________. 2 When I need information, I ______________for it with a ______________. 3 When you post a _______________on

Present perfect: regular and irregular verbs 3 Choose the correct past participles. have

haved / had

somebody’s _______________, they can read it – and everybody else can read it, too! 4 You can ______________music and films from the internet. But be careful: some ______________are illegal.

1 begin

beginned / begun

2 join

joined / jain

3 meet

meeted / met

Website contents: interests

4 drink

drinked / drunk

6 Complete the interests. Use a, e, i, o or u.

5 turn

turned / torn

6 spend

spended / spent

7 speak

speaked / spoken

8 recognize

recognized / recognoze

9 feel

feeled / felt

3 h__r__s c__p__s

selled / sold

4 r__l__t__ __n s h__p s

10 sell

advice 1 c__l__b r__t__ __s 2 f__s h__ __n

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Grammar Unit 4 Present perfect: affirmative and negative 1 Complete the sentences with the present perfect form of the verbs in the box. change create download not email play post not use not visit 1 Polly ____________________ some photos on her blog. They’re from her party. 2 We ____________________ a personal webpage about our lives. It describes everything about us. 3 Lucy ____________________ a search engine for her homework. She prefers to go to the library. 4 You ____________________ your cousin in

Present perfect: regular and irregular verbs 3 Write the letters in the correct order to make past participles. Then write the infinitive form. begun

begin

1 gohbut

b_____________

_____________

2 gothuth

t_____________

_____________

3 plest

s_____________

_____________

4 kepons

s_____________

_____________

5 kurnd

d_____________

_____________

6 wentrit

w_____________

_____________

ungbe

4 Match 1–6 with a–g. Then write the present perfect form of the verbs. they / not meet

Australia. She’s sad because you never write to her. 5 Dan and Luke ____________________ a lot of games online. 6 Tim ____________________ a chat room. He isn’t interested in chatting online. 7 I ____________________ some music. I’m going to listen to it now.

They haven’t met

1 you / spend

______________________

2 she / not log

______________________

3 we / had

______________________

4 I / check

______________________

5 he / buy

______________________

6 I / not create

______________________

e

a onto the website.

8 Karen ____________________ her email address

b a new avatar. c my emails ten times today.

to [email protected]

d some ideas for a new website.

2 Correct the mistakes. Leonie has chat with some friends online. 8

Leonie has chatted with some friends online. 1 I not have changed my email address. 8 ___________________________________________ 2 Pablo doesn’t have posted a message. 8 ___________________________________________ 3 We’ve using a search engine for the answers. 8 ___________________________________________ 4 Jo and Tom has looked at the website. 8 ___________________________________________ 5 He not has logged onto a chat room. 8 ___________________________________________ 6 She hasn’t share her music files. 8 ___________________________________________

e any new people online. f

too much time online.

g a lot of things on the internet.

Present perfect: questions 5 Write present perfect questions for the answers. Use the bold words to help you.

Have you downloaded the music? Yes, I have. I downloaded the music this morning. 1 _________________________________________ ? Yes, he has. He emailed Sophie last night. 2 _________________________________________ ? No, she’s going to buy the CD tomorrow. 3 _________________________________________ ? Yes, they have. They drank all the milk for breakfast this morning.

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Vocabulary Unit 4 Summary Nouns and verbs: the internet Nouns: blog chat room download email file sharing instant messaging (IM) online game personal webpage search engine Verbs: blog chat create a personal webpage download email post a message search share files

message board

message people

play games online

Website contents: interests advice celebrities and gossip fashion gadgets homework horoscopes jokes quizzes and competitions relationships reviews: music and film shopping

Nouns and verbs: the internet

Website contents: interests

1 Complete the sentences with nouns and verbs for the internet. Use words from the summary.

3 Match the interests 1–7 with the definitions a–h.

Joe sent me an email this morning. I’ll email him later. 1 When you _______________ for things on the internet, you use a search engine. 2 I’ve created my own personal_______________ 3 Sam likes chatting to people online in a _______________ _______________. 4 I want to post a message on Callum’s _______________ _______________. 5 I need to update my blog but I haven’t got

jokes

a all about your future

1 relationships

b help for problems

2 shopping

c boyfriends, girlfriends, etc.

3 reviews: music

d things to make you laugh

and film 4 gadgets 5 horoscopes

e things to buy f

CDs, downloads and cinema

6 advice

g winning things

7 quizzes and

h the latest technology

competitions

to have

anything to _______________ about! 6 We like to _______________ our friends with instant messaging. 7 I like to _______________ music from the internet. 8 My sister doesn’t know about _______________

4 Complete the text with interests from the summary. When I go on the internet I always check the

horoscopes first: I always want to know what will

_______________ but I often share my music and

happen tomorrow. Next I find out what all the

films online.

famous people are doing – I love the world of

9 Do you like playing computer games? I know a really good _______________ _______________. 2 Write the nouns from the summary for the definitions. 1 This finds things for you on the internet. _____________ _____________ 2 This is a diary that you write online. _____________ 3 This is a page of information about you on the internet._____________ _____________ 4 You can play this on the internet. _____________ _____________ 5 You can talk to people here, but it isn’t a real place! _____________ _____________

(1) _______________ and _______________. Sometimes when I’m worried about something, I look at an (2) _______________ website – it’s good to get help from the experts. And if I have an argument with my boyfriend or my parents, I like to look for websites about (3) _______________ . I sometimes look at websites that can give information for school projects – they can really help with my (4) _______________. I always look at (5) _______________ websites because I love to know what people are wearing. But I never do any (6) _______________ online … my parents don’t give me enough money!

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Grammar Unit 4 1 Match 1–6 with a–f. Then write present perfect sentences. 1 Jack / not email

a your files with anyone

2 Ella / play

b each other a lot this week

3 I / not create

c his friends about the party

4 we / message

d music for their mp3 players

5 you / not share

e my own personal webpage

6 they / download

f

1

games online with me

__________________________________________ __________________________________________

2

__________________________________________ __________________________________________

3

__________________________________________ __________________________________________

4

__________________________________________ __________________________________________

5

__________________________________________ __________________________________________

6

__________________________________________ __________________________________________

2 Complete the email with the present perfect form of the verbs in the box. be buy do download play post not do not see visit

3 Complete each sentence with a verb and a phrase from the boxes. Use the present perfect form. drink

not eat make sell not sleep not speak write

a book a cake all the milk anything for two nights his computer to Dan 1 Carl _________________________________. He got £300 for it and it’s only an old laptop! 2 Sara _________________________________. She says it’s about her life. 3 Dad _________________________________. It’s OK, but it needs more sugar. 4 I _________________________________. I’m still very angry with him. 5 The boys _________________________________. They’re really tired. 6 You _________________________________! Please go to the shop and buy some. 7 Anna _________________________________ for breakfast. She says she isn’t hungry. 4 Order the words to make questions. Use the present perfect form of the verbs. Then match the answers a–e with the questions. 1 you / my sunglasses / see _________________________________________ ?

Hi Marco

2 visit / Emma / Italy / ever

Guess what?! Mum and Dad (1) __________________ me my own computer for my birthday! It’s in my bedroom, so that’s where I (2) __________________ all evening! I (3) __________________ a lot of things on it already. My friend Katy is here. We (4) __________________ some games online and we (5) __________________ some music.

_________________________________________ ? 3 he / today / what / eat _________________________________________ ? 4 they / where / go _________________________________________ ? 5 meet / we / before _________________________________________ ?

Katy (6) __________________ a chat room, but I

a To the cinema. They left an hour ago.

(7) __________________ that – I’ll do it tomorrow.

b Yes, at your sister’s party. You don’t

You (8) __________________ the photos from my birthday party! I (9) __________________ them on my blog. Have a look at them. Bye for now. Asif

remember? c No. When did you last wear them? d Only some bread. He wasn’t feeling well. e No, but I know she’d love to go there.

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Vocabulary Unit 4 1 Complete the speech bubbles with a word from each box.

3 Write the website contents. Use eight of the words in the box.

call people message post search shop upload a message friend internet people photos

cookery fashion health natural history news film reviews shopping sport technology travel

online

1 When I __________ my __________, he replies very quickly.

2 I _____________ _____________ to buy things

1

_________________

2

__________________

3

_________________

4

__________________

5

_________________

6

__________________

7

_________________

8

__________________

you can’t usually buy in this country. I got some fantastic trainers from London last week.

3 Dad likes to _____________ over the _____________ . He can talk for longer and it’s free.

4 I’ll ____________ the ____________ from our holiday onto the computer tomorrow. They look great!

5 When you ____________ for ____________ online, you can find old friends … and 6 When you ____________ ____________ on a message board, everyone can read it. 2 Complete the nouns. They match the expressions in exercise 1.

4 Read the comments from different websites. Write the correct websites from exercise 3.

1 i__ __t__ __t m__ __ __ __g__ __ __ 2 o__ __i__ __ s__ __p__ __ __ __ 3 i__ __ __ __n__ __ c__ __l 4 u__l__ __ __ 5 p__ __p__ __ s__ __ __c__ 6 m__ __ __ __g__

b__ __ __d

1 ‘We’ve got great ideas for family meals.’ _____________ 2 ‘Police arrested two men last night.’ _____________ 3 ‘Never wear socks with sandals!’ _____________ 4 ‘He is talented but played badly in the match.’ _____________ 5 ‘We can offer four nights in Paris for only £300.’ _____________

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Grammar & vocabulary Unit 5 Present perfect + just

Present perfect and past simple

1 Where do the words go in the sentences? Draw an arrow (Ç).

5 Complete the sentences with the correct forms.

Toby has Ç released a single . (just)

I’ve known Lara since 2003. (knew / ’ve known) 1 Holly and Jason _____________________ up in

1 I just done my first interview ! (’ve)

May. (broke / have broken)

2 They have shot the video . (just)

2 Joe _____________________ his manager last

3 Holly has just her manager . (sacked)

month. (has sacked / sacked)

4 The band members just broken up . (have)

3 ________________ you ever ________________ a

5 We have signed a new contract . (just)

celebrity? (Did … meet / Have … met) 4 We _____________________ the video yet. (didn’t

Present perfect + still, yet and already

shoot / haven’t shot) 5 I _____________________ an interview yesterday.

2 Complete the sentences with still, yet or already. They still haven’t finished the film.

(did / have done)

1 Have you released the single _____________ ?

Show business

2 I’ve _____________ spoken to the manager.

6 Choose the correct words.

3 Jack hasn’t done his homework _____________. 4 We _____________ haven’t seen the film.

I’m going to sign a contract / an audition. 1 Jess would like to appear / release her new

5 Sally has _____________ done the interview.

single.

6 It _____________ hasn’t stopped raining.

2 Sam is going to get / appear in a film. 3 You’re doing an interview / a contract

for and since

tomorrow. 4 We’re going to have a contract / hit with this

3 Complete the phrases with for or since.

song!

for a year

5 Will we get / do a good or bad review?

1 _______________ 2007

6 I’m going to audition / review for a part in a film.

2 _______________ last June 3 _______________ three weeks 4 _______________ a long time

Nouns and adjectives: star qualities

5 _______________ I was born

7 Are the words nouns or adjectives? Write N or A.

6 _______________ months

stylish

7 _______________ yesterday 4 Tick (9) the correct sentences. You haven’t released a single for a long time. 1 I’ve worked in an office for I left school. 2 Jack’s known Keira for five years. 3 Jen hasn’t listened to the CD since months. 4 We’ve been in a band for two months. 5 I haven’t had a hit since 2005.

9

A

1 fame

____

2 creativity

____

3 skilful

____

4 independent

____

5 talented

____

6 strength

____

7 luck

____

8 intelligent

____

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Grammar Unit 5 Present perfect + just

for and since

1 Write sentences with the same meaning. Use the present perfect form and just.

4 Read the information about TJ and Diego. Imagine it’s the year 2012. Write present perfect sentences with for or since.

Sarah released her first single two days ago.

Sarah has just released her first single.

TJ and Diego … met at an audition in 2000.

1 The band broke up this morning.

formed a band in 2001.

___________________________________________

released their last single in 2004.

2 Carl auditioned for the part an hour ago.

sacked their last manager in 2006.

___________________________________________

had a really bad argument in 2008.

3 The girls saw their new video today. ___________________________________________ __________________________________________ 4 We spoke to our fans a few minutes ago. ___________________________________________ 5 You had your first hit this month. ___________________________________________

They / know / each other / for

They’ve known each other for twelve years. 1 they / be / in a band / since ___________________________________________ 2 we / not release / a single / for ‘__________________________________________ __________________________________,’ says TJ.

Present perfect + still, yet and already 2 Complete the text with the present perfect form of the verbs in the box and still, yet or already. ask

not do not have release not say not shoot

I formed a band with my friends, Ronnie and Lisa, two years ago. We’ve already released three singles and they’re all fantastic songs but I’m getting frustrated because we (1) __________________ a hit ___________________. We’ve got a new song now and it’s really good but we (2) __________________ a video for it. I

3 the band / not have / a manager / since ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 4 I / not speak / to Diego / for ‘__________________________________________ __________________________________,’ says TJ.

Present perfect and past simple 5 Complete the dialogue with the present perfect or past simple form of the verbs in the box. be (x2) buy not finish see watch Leonie (1) _______________ you _______________ the Oscars on TV last night? Kate Winslet

(3) __________________ our manager about it five times, but he (4) __________________ anything. I think he’s useless and we should sack him. Ronnie and Lisa agree, but we (5) __________________ anything to him __________________!

(2) _______________ there. Rosa

_______________ her new film yet? Leonie Yes, I (4) _______________ to the cinema a lot recently. Rosa

3 Write three sentences. Say what you’ve already done, what you still haven’t done and what you haven’t done yet today. 1 ____________________________________________

I like her. (3) _______________ you

Don’t tell me the story in the film. I (5) _______________ the book last month and I (6) _______________ it yet.

Leonie OK, I won’t say anything!

2 ____________________________________________ 3 ____________________________________________

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Vocabulary Unit 5 Summary Show business appear on TV / in a film audition break up do an interview get a good / bad review release a single / an album sack someone shoot a video sign a contract Nouns and adjectives: star qualities Nouns: creativity ego fame good looks style talent Adjectives: creative egotistical famous strong stylish talented

independence good-looking

intelligence

independent

luck

have a hit

skill strength

intelligent

lucky skilful

Show business

Nouns and adjectives: star qualities

1 Look at the pictures. Then complete the sentences with the correct form of phrases from the summary.

2 Complete the sentences with the noun or adjective form of the words in the box. creativity ego fame good looks independence intelligence luck skill strength style talent

1

When Helen left home, she learnt to be

independent. 1 You can sing, dance and act really well. You’re very _______________. 2 Jack thinks he’s a better singer than Robbie

2

Williams! He’s got a really big _______________. 3 I love your ideas for shooting the video. You’re really _______________! 4 I haven’t got the _______________to carry that 3

4

5

box. It’s too heavy. 5 Thirty actors auditioned for the film, so when Dan got the part he felt very _______________. 6 _______________ are important if you want to be a model. 7 I’m _______________ in Britain but nobody knows me in the USA. 8 Helen always wears fantastic clothes. She’s got

Nina and Trish often appear on TV. 1 Jed has to ________________________. 2 Sophie is very happy because she is ________________________ for Pop Stars. 3 After a lot of problems, Nick decided to ________________________ his manager.

a lot of _______________. 9 Our new manager is very clever and _______________. He’d get a good contract for us! 10 She can play the guitar really well – a useful _______________ if she wants a future in music.

4 Chloe is going to ________________________. 5 The band is going to ________________________.

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Grammar Unit 5 1 Read the sentences. Write sentences with similar meanings. Use the present perfect form of the bold verbs and one of the words. 1 Sophie signed her first contract ten minutes ago. (just / yet) __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 2 Tim did his homework last night. (already / still) __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 3 You must eat all your breakfast. (already / still) __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 4 It will stop raining soon. (just / yet) __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 5 I sacked my manager this morning. (just / still) __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 6 We must shoot the video soon. (already / still) __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 7 The boys hope to release a single soon. (yet / already) __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 8 Mia appeared on TV at only four months old. (already / still)

I (4) ___________________ my songs a few times and I think I sound quite good. But some people (5) ___________________ the words for their songs _________________ – can you believe it? I think it’s my turn soon. But the girl in there now (6) ___________________. She (7) _________________ in there _________________ ages! What is she doing? Lots of people didn’t get through and are disappointed, of course. One girl is really upset. She auditioned hours ago and she (8) ___________________ crying! 3 Imagine it’s 2012. Read the information about Ben and Sara. Then use the words to write a) a past simple sentence, and b) a present perfect sentence about each fact 1–4. Ben and Sara 1 meet

2000

2 form band

2001

3 lose their contract

2005

4 have argument

2008

1 (meet / know / in / since) a Ben _____________________________________ . b Ben _____________________________________ . 2 (form / be / in / for) a They ____________________________________ . b They _____________________________________

__________________________________________

_________________________________________ .

__________________________________________ 3 (lose / not have / since / in) 2 Complete the text with the present perfect form of the verbs in the box and for, since, still, yet or already. Sometimes more than one word is possible. not audition be (x2) not finish interview not learn practise not stop My name’s Jake and I’m at the auditions for Pop Stars. I (1) ___________________ here _________________ seven o’clock this morning but I (2) _____________________________. But one of the presenters (3) _____________________________ me

a ‘We _____________________________________ ,’ says Sara. b ‘We ______________________________________ _________________________________________ .’ 4 (have / not speak / for / in) a ‘We _____________________________________ ,’ says Ben. b ‘I ________________________________________ .’ __________________________________________

for the show – she asked me a lot of questions.

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Vocabulary Unit 5 1 Match 1–7 with a–g to make show business phrases. 1 sign autographs 2 do a photo shoot

3 Look at the pictures about Andy Anderson. Write sentences to tell the story of his career. Use the phrases in exercise 1 and the text in exercise 2 to help you.

3 top the charts 4 sack your manager 5 win an award 6 get a part 7 sign a contract a in a soap opera b because he’s useless c with a record company d for fans

__________________________________________

e for a magazine

__________________________________________

f

for your part in a film

__________________________________________

g with your new single

__________________________________________

2 Complete the text with the correct form of five of the phrases 1–7 in exercise 1.

__________________________________________ __________________________________________

It was another busy day for Jessica Jones, pop

__________________________________________

star, actress and super model. In the morning

__________________________________________

she went to a studio to

4 Write the noun form of the adjectives 1–7.

(1) __________________________ for a fashion magazine. While she was there her manager called her. ‘You’ve (2) __________________________ in the film,’ he said. Jessica was pleased. Then she went to the television studios to appear on a TV show. The presenter talked about Jessica’s new single. ‘Are you going to (3) __________________________ again?’ she asked. Jessica hoped so. Her last album was a great success. She (4) __________________________ for it, too. Outside the studios some fans were waiting. When they saw Jessica, they started screaming. Jessica said hello and (5) __________________________ for them. Then she went home to relax. It’s hard work being famous!

1 creative

_____________

2 arrogant

_____________

3 beautiful

_____________

4 famous

_____________

5 ambitious

_____________

6 fortunate

_____________

7 thick skinned

_____________

5 Choose the correct words. 1 People are sometimes very unfriendly. It helps if you’ve got a thick skin / creativity. 2 I’m very arrogant / fortunate. I’ve got a wonderful manager. 3 Jack thinks he’s the best. His arrogance / beauty makes him very unattractive! 4 Ambition / Fame doesn’t interest me. I don’t want all the attention! 5 Kelly has got big plans for her future. It’s her fame / ambition to be an actress. 6 Her beauty / fortune is famous all over the world. She always looks amazing!

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Grammar & vocabulary Unit 6 should and must

should, must and have to

1 Tick (9) the correct sentences.

4 Complete the sentences with the correct words.

You should do your homework on time.

9

1 Students mustn’t use mobile phones in class. 2 We don’t should stay out late at night. 3 Dan shoulds revise for his exam. 4 I mustn’t cheat in the exam. 5 You shouldn’t copy people’s work. 6 Lucy doesn’t must play truant.

I don’t have to get up early. (don’t / should) 1 Zoe doesn’t ______________ tidy her room today. (have to / must) 2 He ______________ practise his English more. (should / have to) 3 You ______________ to wear a uniform at this school. (have / must) 4 You ______________ chat in lessons.

have to and don’t have to 2 Complete the sentences with have to, has to, don’t have to and doesn’t have to. Jack has to do an exam in the morning. (9) 1 I ___________________ go to school tomorrow! (8)

(don’t must / shouldn’t) 5 Students ______________ send text messages in class. (mustn’t / doesn’t have to)

School life: verbs 5 Cross out the incorrect word in the phrases.

2 We ___________________ listen to the teacher. (9)

make get friends 1 get good makes marks

3 Marta ___________________ wear a uniform. (8)

2 pass exams friends

4 You ___________________ work harder at school!

3 pass play truant

(9)

4 revise cheat for an exam

5 Students in Britain ___________________ clean their classrooms. (8)

5 fail an exam expel 6 copy pass a friend’s homework

6 Tom can’t come with us because he

7 bully friend someone

___________________ do his homework. (9) 3 Complete the questions with Do … have to or Does … have to.

Do you have to walk to school every day? 1 ______________ your sister ______________ study a lot at university? 2 ______________ we ______________ cook the dinner tonight? 3 ______________ you ______________ learn these verbs for homework? 4 ______________ Jerry ______________ leave early today? 5 ______________ your friend ______________ see

School life: nouns 6 Complete the table with the words in the box. boarding holidays leaving age private rules secondary single-sex state subjects uniforms school ...

… school

__________________

boarding

__________________

__________________

__________________

__________________

__________________

__________________

__________________

__________________

the head teacher? 6 ______________ I ______________ wear those shoes to school?

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Grammar Unit 6 3 Write questions for the answers. Use do / does … have to and the prompts in the box.

should and must 1 Complete the sentences with should, shouldn’t, must or mustn’t. 1 You _____________ smoke in school. It’s against the school rules. 2 You _____________ do your homework on the bus. It’s better to do it at home or in the library. 3 At my school we _____________ wear a school uniform. We aren’t allowed to wear our own

your mum / work / today I / get / up now you / help / your parents Tom / wear / a uniform we / study / this evening 1 __________________________________________? No, he doesn’t. He goes to school in jeans. 2 __________________________________________? Yes, you do. You’ve got exams next week! 3 ___________________________________________

clothes. 4 Students _____________ listen to their teachers. Then they will learn more quickly. 5 Students _____________ cheat in exams. Our school expels students who cheat. 6 You _____________ get up late on a school day. You need time to get ready for school. 7 Our school is very strict. We _____________ stand up when the headteacher enters the classroom.

have to and don’t have to 2 Complete the text with have to, has to, don’t have to or doesn’t have to and the verbs in the box. cook do revise tidy wash wear (x2)

__________________________________________? No, of course not. It’s Sunday. She doesn’t work at the weekend. 4 __________________________________________? Yes, you do, now! Or you’ll be late for school. 5 __________________________________________? Yes, I do. I have to wash the dishes after dinner.

should, must and have to 4 Read the situations. Then write a sentence for each one. Use the correct form of should, must or have to. Julia is listening to her mp3 player in class. She mustn’t listen to her mp3 player in class. (obligation) 1 Two boys are bullying a girl. She doesn’t want to

Sometimes life isn’t fair. I have to wear a horrible

tell a teacher.

school uniform, which I hate. My brother

She ____________________________ (obligation)

(1) __________________________ one because he’s

2 Joe isn’t listening to the teacher.

older and goes to a different school. But he

He ________________________________________

(2) __________________________ for his exams and

(recommendation)

he often complains about that. I’m younger, so I

3 Holly is going to school on a Sunday.

(3) __________________________ any important

She _______________________________________

exams this year. Of course, we both

(no obligation)

(4) __________________________ our bedrooms and

4 I’m going to a party tonight, but it’s school

we hate doing that! But we

tomorrow.

(5) __________________________ the evening meal

You ______________________________________.

– our mum does it – and we

(recommendation)

(6) __________________________ the dishes: that’s Dad’s job, and he often complains about it!

5 Anna’s mum said, ‘Tidy your room!’ Anna ___________________________. (obligation)

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Vocabulary Unit 6 Summary School life: verbs bully someone cheat in exams copy a friend’s work do your homework expel someone fail an exam get a bad mark get a qualification get good marks leave school make friends pass an exam play truant revise for an exam suspend someone School life: nouns boarding school mixed school primary school private school school holidays school rules school subjects school uniform school-leaving age secondary school single-sex school state school

School life: verbs

School life: nouns

1 Match 1–8 with a–h to make sentences.

3 Complete the crossword with school words. 1

1 I passed all my exams at school, so now

2

2 Kate failed an exam today, 3 You get bad marks because

3

4 Mario sometimes cheats in exams because 5 Our school sometimes suspends students

4

6 The school expelled a girl because

5

7 I get good marks because 8 Jack started bullying children because a she only got 21%.

6

b who play truant. c he never revises for them.

7

d he found it hard to make friends. e you never do your homework. f

8

I work hard.

g she was bullying some students. h I’ve got a lot of qualifications.

1 It’s important to follow the school _______. 2 I have to wear a school _______.

2 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the school life verbs from the summary. I passed the exam because I revised a lot. 1 Don’t ______________ my ______________ ! Find your own answers!

3 British children aged four to eleven go to _______ school. 4 In the school _______ we often go camping. 5 I live at _______ school. 6 _______ schools have boys and girls

2 Tom ______________ ______________ when he was sixteen and started working in a radio station. 3 When Joe and Ben ______________ ______________ from school, they usually spend all day in the park.

7 You don’t pay to go to a _______ school. 8 Joe’s favourite school _______ is art. 4 What are the people talking about? Write nouns from the summary. 1 ‘In the UK it’s sixteen, but many students stay at

4 Sally is really shy and it’s hard for her to ______________ ______________. 5 I got a ______________ ______________ for my history essay and I have to write it again.

school longer.’ __________________ 2 ‘There are only girls at mine, and only boys at my brother’s.’ __________________ 3 ‘You have to pay money to go to them.’ __________________

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Grammar Unit 6 1 Write a recommendation or an obligation for each situation. Use the verbs and phrases in the boxes and the correct form of must or should. be

eat

go play

talk wear

truant seventeen so much the uniform to a teacher to bed 1 You look tired. You _________________________.

3 Complete the dialogue between Quique and Daniel. Use the verbs in the box and the correct form of must or have to. Sometimes must and have to are both possible. do eat (x2) stay (x2) study wear (x2) Quique Do you (1) _________________ a uniform? Daniel

school in their own clothes, but we

2 Leonie is in trouble because she’s wearing jeans

(2) _________________ jeans – they

to school. She _________________________. 3 The boys are in the shopping centre. It’s Tuesday morning. They _________________________. 4 Julie is worried about bullying. She _________________________.

aren’t allowed. Quique What about meals? Do all students have lunch in school? Daniel

(4) _________________ in the school –

_________________________ years old.

they can go out to buy sandwiches. But

6 Jack had three pizzas for lunch today. He

we (5) _________________ food in the

_________________________.

1 Jack don’t should does his homework on the bus. 8

Younger pupils (3) _________________ their lunch at school, but older students

5 Tom wants to drive his dad’s car. He

2 There are mistakes in each sentence. Correct them.

Not at my school. Students can go to

classrooms. The teachers get angry about that. Quique What about exams? Daniel

We (6) _________________ GCSE exams in year 11. They’re important. My sister’s

__________________________________________ __________________________________________ 2 They must to listening to their teacher. 8 __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 3 You mustn’t to gone out tonight. 8 __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 4 We doesn’t to have wear a school uniform. 8 __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 5 Rachel shoulds to tell her teacher about the bullies. 8 __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 6 Robbie have revise for an exam tomorrow. 8 __________________________________________ __________________________________________

in year 11, so she (7) _________________ for them now. 4 Read the situation. Then write three sentences: one describing a recommendation, one describing an obligation and one describing no obligation. Zac is missing school and spending days in the park because he doesn’t understand everything in lessons and finds school very difficult. He wants to be an actor, but his parents want him to go to university. 1 Recommendation __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 2 Obligation __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 3 No obligation __________________________________________ __________________________________________

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Vocabulary Unit 6 1 Order the words to make sentences.

a

b

c

d

e

f

g

h

1 again / has / Toby / a / got / detention __________________________________________ 2 I / an / must / exam / tomorrow / sit __________________________________________ 3 left / last / she / year / school __________________________________________ 4 never / the class bully / I / to / talk __________________________________________ 5 was / for / Ella / two days / absent __________________________________________ 6 failed / exam / he / last week / an __________________________________________ 7 must / lessons / you / attend __________________________________________ 2 Complete the sentences with the correct form of phrases from exercise 1. 1 When you ______________ ______________ ______________, you get less than 50%. 2 Students ______________ ______________ from school because they are ill. 3 Students in England and Wales ______________ ______________ in year 11. They’re called GCSEs.

4 Complete the text with the words in the box and school. bag dinners fees preprimary single-sex uniform I started (1) ______________ ______________ when

4 Students ______________ ______________

I was three years old. Then when I was four, I

______________ if they don’t do homework, wear

started (2) ______________ ______________. I wore

the wrong clothes or are disruptive in lessons.

a new (3) ______________ ______________ and

5 Some students don’t ______________ ______________ because they’re playing truant. 3 Cross out the incorrect bold word in each phrase. Then match the phrases with the pictures on the right a–h in the next column. 1 dinner school dinner 2 single-sex school single-sex 3 fees school fees 4 pre-school pre5 uniform school uniform 6 bag school bag 7 online school online 8 home school home

carried a (4) ______________ ______________. I felt very proud. But some children don’t feel happy at school, like my friend Helen, for example. She was very nervous and shy, and her parents decided to teach her at home. So now Helen studies at home. She’s lucky – she doesn’t have to eat (5) ______________ ______________ any more! I’m now eleven and next year I’m starting a new school. It’s a (6) ______________ ______________ – for boys only. My parents think I’ll do better there. They were interested in a private school for me too, but the (7) ______________ ______________ were too expensive.

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Grammar & vocabulary Unit 7 will and might

will and be going to

1 Complete the sentences with the affirmative (9)

4 Complete the sentences with the correct form of will (prediction) or be going to (plan).

or negative (8) form of will and might. I might go to the march. (9 might) 1 I ____________ sign your petition. (9 will) 2 The shop ____________ have to close. (9 might) 3 Their campaign ____________ work. (8 will) 4 People ____________ be interested. (8 might) 5 The government ____________ listen to you.

prediction I’ll feel (feel) tired later after marching all day. 1 You probably _______________ (not like) the film. 2 I’m sure Jack _______________ (help) you. plan 3 Jenny __________________ (clean) the kitchen. 4 They ___________________ (not go) to the

(8 will) 6 Our supporters ____________ help us. (9 will)

concert. 5 _____________________________ (you / watch)

First conditional

the documentary?

2 Choose the correct forms. If people go / will go to this shop, it doesn’t / won’t improve. 1 How much do / will you give me if you sponsor / will sponsor me?

Action and protest 5 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. ban

2 People don’t / won’t come to the meeting if you don’t / won’t tell them about it. 3 If we need / will need help, do / will you volunteer?

march petition protest sponsor volunteers

I’m going on a march tomorrow. 1 A lot of people have signed the ______________. 2 Will you ______________ me in the charity race?

4 Does / Will the circus close if we boycott / will boycott it?

3 The charity needs more ______________. 4 That shop should ______________violent games.

5 If they organize / will organize a march, does / will it make a difference?

be going to

5 We must organize a ______________against child poverty.

Phrasal verbs: a campaign

3 Complete the sentences. Write one word in each gap. I’m going to join the protest. (9) 1 Jack _______________ going _______________ make the dinner. (9) 2 We _______________ going _______________ watch TV this evening. (8) 3 _______________ the swimming pool _______________ to close? 4 _______________ you _______________ to help me?

6 Match 1–7 with phrasal verbs of similar meaning a–h. finish

a look after

1 start

b wipe out

2 continue

c join in

3 care for

d end up

4 discover

e set up

5 destroy

f

6 participate

g sign up for

7 subscribe to

h carry on

5 Helen _______________ going _______________ sign the petition. (8)

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Grammar Unit 7 will and might

be going to

1 Write sentences. Use will, won’t, might or might not.

3 Correct the mistakes. One sentence is correct.

the sports centre / need / sponsors (definitely)

The sports centre will need sponsors. 1 we / go / to the march (maybe) ___________________________________________ 2 the government / not help / us (definitely not) ___________________________________________ 3 the protests / not change / anything (maybe not)

1 We’re going campaign for PETA. ___________________________________________ 2 What film is the girls going to see? ___________________________________________ 3 Is Emma going to boycott the circus? ___________________________________________ 4 I’m no going to sponsor you. ___________________________________________

___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 4 your support / make / a difference (definitely) ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 5 we / start / a petition (maybe)

will and be going to 4 Complete the sentences with the will or be going to form of the verbs. 1 We’ve bought tickets for the concert. We ____________________ (see) Beyoncé.

___________________________________________

2 My little brother is very good at singing. I think he

___________________________________________

____________________ (be) a pop star when he’s older.

First conditional

3 I have to get up at 5.30 a.m. tomorrow, so I

2 Complete the first conditional sentences with the prompts in the box. Use the correct form of the verbs. I / make / some posters for you if / it / not rain things / not change Tim / not go / to it if / you / go / to the meeting we / boycott / them if / we / not support / the library Circuses will get better if we boycott them. 1 __________________________________________, it will close. 2 __________________________________________ if you need more publicity. 3 Mum and Dad will go to the march __________________________________________. 4 If we do nothing, __________________________________________. 5 If the circus comes to town,

____________________ (go) to bed early tonight. 4 How many people ____________________ (come) to the demonstration, do you think? 5 My uncle has got a new job. He ____________________ (teach) History at my school.

Present continuous for future arrangements 5 Complete the dialogue with the present continuous form of the verbs in the box. come do go Leo

Are you doing anything on Saturday?

Maria Yes, I (1) ____________ to a march. Leo

Why (2) ____________ you ____________ ?

Maria We (3) ____________ against the destruction of rainforests. A lot of my friends

__________________________________________.

(4) ____________ with me. You should

6 __________________________________________, you’ll find out why people are unhappy.

march protest

come too! Leo

Yes, why not!

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Vocabulary Unit 7 Summary Action and protest Verbs: ban boycott campaign collect sponsor support volunteer

march meet

Nouns: ban boycott campaign collection publicity sponsor supporter volunteer Phrasal verbs: a campaign carry on end up find out join in

organize

petition protest

march meeting organization petition

look after

publicize protest

set up sign up for wipe out

Action and protest

Phrasal verbs: a campaign

1 Write the verbs.

3 Complete the crossword with phrasal verbs. Use the clues to help you. 1

2

1 ___________________

2 ___________________

3

4

5

6 7 8

3 ___________________

4 ___________________

2 Complete the sentences with nouns and verbs from the summary. 1 The b_______________ of the new supermarket is working. Nobody is shopping there! 2 Our interview on the radio will p_______________ the c to save the library. 3 We must c_______________ more signatures for the p_______________. 4 I’ll v_______________ to help with the c_______________ of old clothes. 5 The café decided to b_______________ all football s_______________. 6 The p_______________ was on the news. It got a lot of p_______________!

5 care for

2 subscribe to

6 start

3 participate

7 finish

4 continue

8 discover

4 Complete the sentences with phrasal verbs from the summary. Parents look after their children. 1 Please ____________________ with the story. I’m enjoying it! 2 If you ____________________ the magazine now, you’ll only pay £12 for the year! 3 Medicine can ____________________ a lot of diseases.

7 After yesterday’s m_______________ the club has a new s_______________ and a lot more money! 8 Our o_______________ needs more v_______________.

1 destroy

4 Sally wants to ____________________ her own website company. 5 You must work harder at school or you’ll ____________________ with no qualifications.

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Grammar Unit 7 1 Complete the text about Andrew’s meeting. Use the verbs in the box and will or might. be (x2) boycott not change not go not make want I’ve organized a meeting next week about the travelling circus. It (1) __________________ in our

3 Write sentences with similar meanings. Use the be going to or will form of the verb phrases in the box. close / it make / a difference not join in not support / us not use / it 1 I’ve decided to boycott the supermarket.

town next month – I’ve seen the dates on posters.

I ________________________________________ .

It’s got a lot of different acts, including several with

2 I think the campaign is changing people’s minds.

animals. A lot of people have bought tickets already, so the shows (2) __________________

It _______________________________________ . 3 The council has decided to turn the library into

busy. I (3) __________________, because some

flats.

circuses treat their animals badly and that’s the

They ____________________________________ .

reason for the meeting. I’m sure that some people

4 The politicians don’t seem interested in our

(4) __________________ to hear what I have to say

campaign.

and some (5) __________________ circuses with

They ____________________________________ .

animals – who knows? But some people see them

5 The march is tomorrow but James has hurt his

as great entertainment for children, so my meeting

leg.

(6) __________________ a difference. And I know

He ______________________________________ .

that my meeting (7) __________________ things overnight. There’s a lot of work to do first! 2 Complete the interview with Andrew about the meeting. Use the words in the boxes and will / won’t or the first conditional form. you / do I / carry on the meeting / be people / come nobody / come people / see Reporter Andrew

Andrew

Andrew

__________________________________________ 2 I don’t going sign up for the newsletter. 8 __________________________________________

If (2) ____________________ my posters,

3 Where do we go if the council does close our youth club? 8

What (4) ____________________ if

__________________________________________

(5) ____________________?

__________________________________________

(6) ____________________ with my

4 Richard is go to a meet this evening. 8 __________________________________________

(7) _________________________________

__________________________________________ 5 Climate change going to wiping out a lot of species. 8

people’s minds?

__________________________________________

Yes! (8) __________________ a lot if they

__________________________________________

listen to me. Reporter

__________________________________________

to the meeting, do you think?

it / not be the meeting / change you / feel the circus / return they / learn

Andrew

tomorrow? 8

__________________________________________

campaign.

Reporter

1 Do you going to sponsoring Jane on her walk

How many (1) ____________________

(3) ____________________ busy. Reporter

4 There are two mistakes in each sentence. Correct them.

6 Our world wills to end up without rainforests. 8

How (9) __________________ if

__________________________________________

(10) __________________ next year?

__________________________________________

(11) __________________ here next year!

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Vocabulary Unit 7 1 Complete the table. verb

noun

person

(1) organize

____________

____________

(2) _________

____________

supporter

(3) _________

campaign

____________

(4) petition

____________

____________

(5) _________

____________

publicist

(6) protest

____________

____________

4 Look at the clues and complete the crossword with the phrasal verbs in the box. care for carry on end up own up put off put up with set off 1

2

3

4

2 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words in exercise 1. 1 I talked to one of the c______________ about our protest.

5

2 We need to p______________ our plan of action soon.

6

3 The police have arrested a p______________ . 4 Over 500 people have signed our p______________. 5 This o______________ helps protect the environment. 6 A lot of our s______________ are coming on the march.

Across

Down

1 look after

1 continue

4 delay

2 finish

5 admit

3 endure

6 begin a journey

3 Complete the sentences with six of the words in the box. campaigners organizer protest protestors publicist publicity sponsors support 1 There are only peaceful _______________ in this group. We never get involved in fights. 2 I like being an _______________ because I love planning things. 3 There was a lot of violence during the _______________. 4 With more _______________, we’ll have more money to spend on our campaign. 5 The _______________ wrote a total of 10,000 letters to the government to ask for better hospitals. 6 The march got a lot of _______________ – it was on the news and in newspapers too.

5 Complete Gemma’s leaflet with six of the phrasal verbs in exercise 4. My campaign: DRIVERS! I feel angry about drivers and the way they treat our planet. They don’t (1) ____________________ it well. If we (2) ____________________ like this, people in the future will have to (3) ____________________ terrible environmental problems. They should think before they use their cars. For example, before they (4) ____________________ for work in the morning, they should ask themselves, ‘Do I need to drive?’ There are too many people who are too lazy to walk anywhere. Are you one of them? Perhaps you should (5) ____________________ now! The important thing is this: Stop driving everywhere now. Don’t (6) ____________________ change, or there will be problems in the future.

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Grammar & vocabulary Unit 8 Verbs + -ing / to

Books and films: genres

1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb. Sometimes two forms are possible.

4 Choose the correct words.

Would he like to see (see) a film? 1 I love _____________ (watch) romances. 2 We wouldn’t like to _____________ (live) in Hollywood. 3 Tim prefers to _____________ (read) thrillers.

a drama / a fantasy

1 a western / a comedy

2 a mystery / a musical

3 a romance / a thriller

4 a drama / a western

5 a mystery / a comedy

6 a romance / a fantasy

7 a thriller / a musical

4 They don’t like _____________ (go) to the theatre. 5 Do you like _____________ (talk) about books? 6 Lara likes _____________ (write) spy stories. 7 Would you like _____________ (be) in a musical?

could, can, will be able to 2 Order the words to complete the sentences. Don’t use one of the words. She could sing very well when she was young. (could / sing / to) 1 Soon they ____________________ to go to the new cinema. (able / are / be / will) 2 I ____________________ the screen from here. (can’t / don’t / see) 3 We ____________________ when we were four. (couldn’t / not / read) 4 We ____________________ to understand this film. It’s in Russian. (able / be / don’t / won’t) 5 I ____________________ things in 3D with these glasses! (can / am / see)

Books and films: features Second conditional 3 Tick (9) the correct sentences and questions. If I made a film, would you like to be in it? 1 You wouldn’t be happy if you were famous. 2 If I chose the film, it wasn’t a comedy. 3 Would you see a film if you would have the book too? 4 Toby would travel to the past if he had a time machine.

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5 Match 1–6 with a–g to make book and film words or phrases. begin

a buster

1 block

b ene

2 special

c acter

3 novel

d ning

4 sc

e seller

5 best

f

6 char

g ist

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Grammar Unit 8 Verbs + -ing / to

could, can, will be able to

1 Order the words to make sentences. Don’t use one of the words.

3 Complete the text with the affirmative or negative form of could, can or will be able to.

to / living / live / I / like / in another country /

Jason is my English friend. We first met about three

wouldn’t

years ago, in the queue for a cinema. I didn’t have

I wouldn’t like to live in another country.

my wallet, so I (1) __________________ buy a ticket.

1 with / loves / Sophie / be / being / her friends

Jason bought one for me. The film was in Spanish

___________________________________________

but Jason (2) __________________ understand all the

___________________________________________

words and I thought he was very clever.

2 you / in the bath / do / to / like / reading / ?

We both love films. When we haven’t got any

___________________________________________

money and we (3) __________________ go out, we

___________________________________________

watch DVDs at home. Sometimes we go to

3 prefers / doing / to / his homework alone / Tom /

special evenings at our local cinema where you

do

(4) __________________ watch two films together.

___________________________________________

But we don’t agree on everything. We’re going to

___________________________________________

the cinema tomorrow. He wants to watch a 3D film,

4 we / watching / like / watch / don’t / war films

but I’m not keen. I (5) __________________ wear the

___________________________________________

glasses because they’ll make me feel sick. But it’s his

___________________________________________

birthday, so I mustn’t complain. And it’s OK because

5 to / playing / love / play / football / the boys ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 2 Write sentences with the same meaning. Use the words. Jack likes reading science-fiction books more than thrillers. (prefer)

Jack prefers reading science-fiction books. 1 I’m interested in seeing a film tonight. (would like) I _________________________________________ __________________________________________ 2 Watching horror films isn’t for me. (watching) I __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 3 The idea of being famous seems terrible to Amy. (wouldn’t like) Amy ______________________________________ __________________________________________ 4 Sam thinks it’s brilliant to be a teenager. (being) Sam loves ________________________________ __________________________________________ 5 Polly likes to go to the sports centre after school, not the internet café. (to go)

I (6) __________________ choose the film next time!

Second conditional 4 Correct the mistakes. One sentence is correct. If I have a time machine, I would travel to the future.

If I had a time machine, I would travel to the future. 1 If Jessica would write a book, it would have a historical theme. ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 2 Leo wouldn’t tell his friends if he would be a superhero. ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 3 I would prefer the film if it was in 3D. ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 4 What would we do if we don’t have cinemas? ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________

Polly _____________________________________

5 If you met your favourite actor, what would you do?

__________________________________________

___________________________________________ ___________________________________________

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Vocabulary Unit 8 Summary Books and films: genres Nouns: a comedy a drama a fantasy a musical a mystery a romance a thriller a western Compound nouns: an adventure story / film a detective story / film a horror story / film a science fiction story / film a spy story / film a war story / film Books and films: features beginning best-seller blockbuster special effects theme

character

ending film director novelist plot scene setting

Books and films: genres

Books and films: features

1 Complete the sentences with types of film.

3 Complete the sentences with the words. Don’t use one of the words.

1 Actors sing and dance in a ______________. 2 A ______________ film isn’t realistic. 3 A ______________ is very exciting and sometimes frightening. 4 You see cowboys on horses in a _____________. 5 In a _____________, the actors make you laugh. 6 In a _____________, we find out how something

(beginning / best-seller / novelist / plot) The novelist wrote a best-seller with a fantastic

plot. 1 (characters / scene / theme) In the first ______________ we meet all the ______________. 2 (film director / setting / theme)

strange happened. 7 A _____________ is a serious film. 8 People fall in love in a _____________.

The film had a historical ______________ and its ______________ was Buckingham Palace. 3 (blockbuster / special effects / novelist)

2 Complete the sentences with the words in the box and film or story. adventure detective horror science fiction spy war

The ______________ were so good the film was a ______________. 4 (beginning / ending / plot / setting) At the ______________ of the film the

1 I’m reading a about British soldiers in France.

______________ seemed very complicated but

2 My favourite ______________ _______________ is

the ______________ explained everything.

Star Wars. I’ve got it on DVD! 3 I can’t watch this ______________ ______________. It’s too scary. 4 I’m reading a ______________ ______________ about a German woman who pretended to be English. Nobody discovered her real identity. 5 This book is a ______________ ______________ about a young police officer who solved a crime. 5 I’m going to the cinema this evening to see an ______________ ______________. It’s about a man who finds some treasure and is chased by pirates

5 (character / film director / beginning) The ______________ helped the actor to play his ______________ well. 4 Answer the questions. Use words from the summary. 1 What b is a book or DVD that a lot of people buy in the shops? ______________ 2 What s are moving images added to films to make them more exciting?______________ 3 What s is a small section of a film?______________ 4 What b is the start of a story?______________ 5 What s is the location of the book or film?______________

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Grammar Unit 8 1 Complete the dialogue with the correct form (affirmative, negative or question) of the verbs in the box. Add to where necessary. will be able can like (x2) love prefer would like (x2) Luis I’m bored. (1) __________________________ (you) go to the cinema? Mia

Sorry, but Mum says I (2) ______________ go out this evening. I’ve got too much homework. I’m free at the weekend, so I (3) _______________________ see a film then.

Luis Great. What (4) __________________________ (you): fantasy or horror? Mia

I (5) __________________________ see fantasy or horror. I’m not into those types of film. What about a romance? I (6) __________ watching romances! They’re my favourite! (7) _______________________ (you) watching them?

Luis Sorry, but I (8) ____________________ watching romances. They’re terrible! 2 Match 1–6 with a–f. Then complete sentences 1– 6 with the affirmative or negative form of can, could or be able to. 1 That actress ______________________ act in any films next year. 2 I ______________________ understand the plot in this film.

1 an actor / I live / I / in Hollywood / be / if If ________________________________________ _________________________________________ . 2 a / like / Toby / be / film director __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 3 be able to / we / see / soon / the new film __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 4 what powers / you / a superhero / have / be / you / if / ? If ________________________________________ _________________________________________ ? 5 an adventure film / you / like / see / with me / ? __________________________________________ _________________________________________ ? 6 we / have / we / to the future / a time machine / travel / if We _______________________________________ _________________________________________ . 7 not can / be / I / when / I / swim / young I _________________________________________ _________________________________________ . 4 Answer the questions with your opinions. 1 What films do you like watching?

3 Years ago, we ______________________ hear voices in films.

__________________________________________ 2 If you were an actor in a film, what sort of

4 You ______________________ see me on TV soon.

character would you be? __________________________________________

5 Alison ______________________ watch horror films.

__________________________________________ 3 Describe something that you couldn’t do when

6 You ______________________ act very well.

you were younger, but you can do now. __________________________________________

a It’s too complicated! b Your character in the play is fantastic. c My film is on BBC1 next month. d She’s going to have a baby. e She finds them too scary. f

3 Order the words to make sentences and questions. Use the correct form of the verbs.

They were called silent movies.

__________________________________________ 4 What will we be able to do in the future that we can’t do now? __________________________________________ __________________________________________

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Vocabulary Unit 8 1 Match the film and book genres 1–6 with their descriptions a–f. 1 autobiography

3 Complete the table with the equivalent words in the box. chapter novelist producer scenery title page

2 action film 3 romance

book

film

5 epic

novelist

film director

6 western

illustration

(1) ________________

(2) ________________

opening credits

b It’s the story of the author’s life.

editor

(3) ________________

c It’s about cowboys in the wild west.

(4) ________________

scene

4 ghost story

a This is something you shouldn’t watch alone.

d There are a lot of fights and fast cars. e This is a historical film. f

1 A film director / chapter is a section of a book.

It’s a story about love.

2 An editor / illustration is the organizer of a book.

2 Complete the dialogue with six of the words in the box. action autobiography fantasy ghost story mystery musicals romance westerns Harry Do you want to get a DVD tonight? Lisa

4 Choose the correct words.

Yes, but no (1) _______________ films. I hate violence and fast cars!

3 A producer / scene is the organizer of a film. 4 Title pages / Opening credits say who is in a film. 5 An illustration / The scenery makes a book more visually interesting. 5 Complete the texts with four of the words in each box.

Harry OK, but that means no (2) _______________

chapter editor illustrations novelist title page

either. I hate all that singing and dancing! Lisa

What about Angela’s Ashes? It’s an

A (1) ______________ writes a book and sends it to

(3) _______________. The author grew up

a publisher. If the publisher accepts the book, an

in Ireland.

(2) ______________ starts working on it. This person

Harry I know, but no thanks. It’s too depressing.

can ask for changes in a book. He / She also

Lisa

I suppose a (4) __________________ is out of

decides where (3) ______________ should go, to

the question?

make the book look nicer. This person must also

Harry You know I’m not into love stories.

organize a (4) ______________, which gives the

Lisa

name of the book and the person who wrote it.

Well, that leaves us with very little and I’m not into watching any (5) _______________! Cowboys on horses doesn’t interest me at all.

Harry What about a (6) _______________ ? Something really frightening! Lisa

That is a good idea! Can you think of any?

Harry OK, what about The Sixth Sense? Lisa

No! Too scary!

film director opening credits producer scenery special effects A (5) ______________ works directly with the actors. But before this happens, the (6) ______________ must organize the (7) ______________. This shows where the film takes place. Another very important part of a film is the (8) ______________. They show the names of the actors and everybody who made the film.

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Grammar & vocabulary Unit 9 Present and past passive: affirmative and negative 1 Choose the correct forms.

Nouns: art 4 Look at the clues and complete the crossword with art words. 1

The picture was painted / painting by Picasso.

M 2

1 Art is / are exhibited in galleries. 2 The sculpture was sell / sold for €1 million.

4

3

A

C

S

3 Sculptures are sometimes made / makes from

C

bronze.

5

4 The paintings aren’t / don’t be owned by the

L

gallery. 5 Dada art wasn’t / weren’t accepted by many critics.

N

6 Some pictures were stole / stolen yesterday.

S 6

Active to passive 2 Complete the active and passive sentences with the words. 1 (by / painted / painted / was) active: Picasso painted this masterpiece. passive: This masterpiece __________________ Picasso.

C

L

7

G

E

Y

1 an exceptionally good piece of art 2 a place where paintings are sold 3 a person who gives art a good or bad review

2 (by / is / owns / owned)

4 it’s often made of marble

passive: The painting __________________ a collector.

5 a painting of the countryside 6 a person who buys paintings

active: A collector __________________ the

7 a place where you find paintings

painting.

Present and past passive: questions 3 Complete the questions with the present, past or past participle form of the verbs.

Adjectives: describing art 5 Complete the adjectives. Write the letters in the correct order. beautiful (futilu)

present

1 sho ___________ (cigkn)

Where are the paintings exhibited (exhibit)?

2 trad ___________ (iaotinl)

1 What ___________ (be) the sculpture made of?

3 str ___________ (agne)

2 Who ___________ (be) the pictures owned by?

4 am ___________ (sugni)

3 How are the winners ___________ (choose)?

5 col ___________ (forulu) 6 ridi ___________ (scluuo)

past 4 When ___________ (be) the sculpture stolen?

7 prov ___________ (otaeicv)

5 When was your picture ___________ (buy)?

8 ori ___________ (ialng)

6 How ___________ (be) the sculptures made?

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Grammar Unit 9 Present and past passive: affirmative and negative 1 Complete the sentences with the present or past passive form of the verbs in the box. buy not locate make not paint not permit sell steal visit 1 The Mona Lisa __________________ from the

Active to passive 3 Write the active sentences in the passive form. The Prado Museum exhibits Goya’s paintings.

Goya’s paintings are exhibited by the Prado Museum. 1 He painted his first pictures in bright colours. ___________________________________________ in bright colours.

Louvre in 1911. 2 Some exhibitions __________________ by thousands of people every day. 3 Michelangelo’s sculpture David __________________ between 1501 and 1504. 4 Some art __________________ for a lot of money. 5 Visitors to art galleries __________________ to touch the paintings.

2 They show the viewer scenes of happiness and humour. ___________________________________________ scenes of happiness and humour. 3 A disease destroyed his hearing in 1792. ___________________________________________ a disease in 1792.

6 The Prado Museum __________________ in Malaga. It’s in Madrid.

4 France invaded Spain in 1808. ___________________________________________

7 Not all the paintings in the exhibition __________________ by the same collector. 8 This portrait __________________ by a famous artist.

France in 1808. 5 These problems changed Goya’s paintings. ___________________________________________ these problems.

2 Write present or past passive sentences. Add extra words where necessary. present the sculptures / make / from bronze

The sculptures are made from bronze. 1 the paintings / not protect / very well ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 2 the Louvre Museum / visit / millions of people ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ past 3 the sculpture / not steal / the museum worker ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ 4 the artist’s work / criticize / the public ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________

Present and past passive: questions 4 Write present or past passive questions for the answers.

How many paintings were stolen? Three paintings were stolen. 1 ___________________________________________ __________________________________________? No, the sculptures aren’t owned by the gallery. 2 __________________________________________? The museum was built in 1930. 3 __________________________________________? The sculpture is made from bronze. 4 _________________________________________? Yes, the gallery was opened last year. 5 ___________________________________________ _________________________________________? Yes, the museum is used for conferences.

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Vocabulary Unit 9 Summary Nouns: art art movement auction collector critic painting portrait sculpture

exhibition gallery

Adjectives: describing art amusing beautiful colourful controversial shocking strange traditional

landscape

dull imaginative original

masterpiece museum

provocative

ridiculous

Nouns: art

Adjectives: describing art

1 Write words from the summary.

3 Match 1–6 with a–f to make sentences. 1 When a piece of art is funny, 2 When a piece of art doesn’t interest you, 3 Traditional styles of paintings 4 When you find something strange,

1 ________________

2 _________________

5 When something is very silly, 6 When people have very different opinions about a piece of art, a are not modern. b it’s amusing. c it’s controversial.

3 ________________

4 _________________

d it’s dull. e it’s difficult to understand and unusual. f

it’s ridiculous.

4 Write sentences with the same meaning. Use one of the words. The Dada art movement wanted reactions. 5 ________________

6 _________________

2 Complete the definitions with words from the summary. 1 A great and famous painting is called a

(colourful / provocative)

The Dada art movement was provocative. 1 These sculptures make people laugh. (original / amusing) ___________________________________________ 2 People have very different views about Damien

________________. 2 A ________________ is a painting of a person.

Hirst’s art. (beautiful / controversial)

3 A ________________ is someone who buys art.

___________________________________________

4 A ________________ writes good or bad reviews about art for newspapers. 5 An ________________ of art is shown in a gallery. 6 A ________________ is a 3D piece of art and it’s usually made from marble. 7 A style of art (for example, Dada) is called an ________________ ________________. 8 People can buy art at an ________________.

3 Some art is designed to be surprising but in a negative way. (shocking / traditional) ___________________________________________ 4 Tomma Abts has got a lot of good ideas. (beautiful / imaginative) ___________________________________________ 5 Cézanne’s paintings have nothing ugly in them. (beautiful / ridiculous) ___________________________________________

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Grammar Unit 9 1 Match 1–5 with a–e. Then write sentences with the words. Use the present or past passive form of the verbs. Add by where necessary. 1 The Mona Lisa / not paint 2 The Tate Modern gallery / open 3 Omelettes / always make 4 A lot of books / publish 5 The Dada artists / not accept a from eggs

d in 2000

b Picasso

e their critics at first

3 Read the dialogue. Then rewrite it in the passive form. Sally John

__________________________________________

3

__________________________________________

4

__________________________________________

Sally

3

John

4

Sally

5

__________________________________________

2 Write questions for the answers. Use the words in the box and the present or past passive form of the verbs. different languages / speak / in your house the painting / reject the sculpture / sell / for a lot of money your windows / wash __________________________________________ _________________________________________ ? Every three or four weeks. We live on a busy road so they get quite dirty. __________________________________________ _________________________________________ ? Because the gallery didn’t like it. 3

__________________________________________ _________________________________________ ? Yes, it went for £200,000!

4

When did they tell the police? Someone told the police this morning. The police interviewed a man about the

John

7

Sally

8

__________________________________________ _________________________________________ ?

Did they arrest him? No, they allowed him to leave a few

hours later. Sally

(1) ___________________________________ from the city museum last night.

John

(2) ___________________________________ _____________________________________?

Sally

(3) ___________________________________ _____________________________________ .

__________________________________________

2

It exhibits them in the main gallery.

6

__________________________________________

1

Where does the museum exhibit the

sculptures?

__________________________________________ __________________________________________

5

2

sculpture soon afterwards.

__________________________________________ 2

Thieves stole a sculpture from the city

museum last night.

c every year 1

1

John

(4) __________________________________?

Sally

(5) __________________________________ . (6) ___________________________________ about the sculpture soon afterwards.

John

(7) __________________________________?

Sally

No, (8) ________________________________ a few hours later.

4 Correct the mistakes. Some sentences have more than one mistake. 1 Sculptures be sometimes make from marble.8 __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 2 Modern art doesn’t always accepted its critics.8 __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 3 Michelangelo’s sculptures didn’t finish in a day.8 __________________________________________ __________________________________________

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Vocabulary Unit 9 1 Write the art words. Use the words in the box. collage curator drawing prints sculptor studio

3 Write suitable sentences with the words. masterpiece / art gallery

The masterpiece is exhibited in the art gallery. 1 curator / exhibition __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 2 exhibition / drawings __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 3 prints / collage

1

_______________

2

________________

__________________________________________ __________________________________________ 4 art movement / critics __________________________________________ __________________________________________ 5 museum / sculpture __________________________________________ __________________________________________

3

5

_______________

_______________

4

6

________________

________________

2 Complete the sentences with the words 1–6 from exercise 1. 1 An artist usually works in a _____________. 2 A _____________ is done with a pencil or pen. 3 The _____________ chooses the exhibitions for

4 Match 1–7 with adjectives with similar meaning a–g. 1 strange

a funny

2 colourful

b odd

3 ridiculous

c offensive

4 dull

d laughable

5 amusing

e unexciting

6 beautiful

f

7 shocking

g gorgeous

vibrant

5 Complete the sentences with some of the words a–g in exercise 4. 1 I don’t understand this. It’s ____________. 2 This painting is really pretty. In fact, it’s absolutely ____________. 3 This sculpture doesn’t interest me at all. It’s the most ____________ I’ve seen all day. 4 This idea is so silly, it’s ____________.

a gallery or museum. 4 _____________ are copies of an image.

5 The painting upsets me. I find it ____________.

5 A _____________ makes 3D art.

6 I love all the colours in this collage. It’s very

6 A _____________ is made with different pieces

____________.

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INGLÉS ACTIVIDADES DE GRAMÁTICA

3º ESO Materiales didácticos elaborados en mayo de 2009 por Marián Salas Ruiz, Profesora de inglés de Educación Secundaria

INGLÉS 3º ESO – ACTIVIDADES DE GRAMÁTICA 08-09 ____________________________________________________________________________

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Presente simple Presente continuo. Forma –ing Expresión de cantidad: • Forma impersonal “Hay”  There is / There are • Uso de a/an/some • Uso de some /any

Tiempos verbales • Forma negativa e interrogativa • Pasado simple de verbos irregulares • Traducción de verbos español-inglés (con respuestas)

Adjetivos: comparativo y superlativo

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PRESENTE SIMPLE 1. Escribe la 3ª persona del singular del Presente simple de los siguientes verbos y traduce al español su significado. STUDY

he CCCCCCC..

CCCCCCCC..

LOOK

she CCCCCCC..

CCCCCCCC..

GO

he CCCCCCC..

CCCCCCCC..

PLAY

it

CCCCCCC..

CCCCCCCC..

READ

she CCCCCCC..

CCCCCCCC..

2. Subraya la forma correcta del verbo en cada caso y traduce al lado al español. 1. Those boys lives / live in my town.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC

2. I work / works in an office.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC

3. My friend Luis and I play / plays football on Sundays.CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.. 4. The concert starts / start at seven.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC

5. The banks close / closes at two o’clock.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC

6. My sister like / likes American films.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC

7. Ana and Pedro eats / eat in that restaurant. CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC 8. The school open / opens at eight.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC

3. Completa estas frases afirmativas poniendo el verbo del paréntesis en Presente Simple y traduce al lado al español. 1. She (watch) CCCCCC.. TV on Saturdays. CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC 2. Paul (listen) CCCCCC.. to music every day. CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.. 3. He (study) CCCCCCC English at school. CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC 4. We (visit) CCCCCCC. our grandmother very often.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC

5. Ana (stay) CCCCCCC. at home on Friday evenings.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC

6. Carlos and Andrea (go) CCCCCC.. to Cádiz at weekends. CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC

4. Subraya la forma correcta del verbo en cada caso y traduce al lado al español. 1. I don’t work / doesn’t work in an office.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC..

2. My friend Luis and I don’t play / doesn’t play football on Sundays. CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.. 3. The banks don’t close / doesn’t close at one o’clock.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

4. My sister don’t like / doesn’t like American films. CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC

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5. Ana and Pedro don’t eat / doesn’t eat in that restaurant. CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC. 6. The school don’t open / doesn’t open at eight.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC

5. Escribe preguntas y responde con respuestas cortas. 1. Tom (play) basketball? ______________________________________________? Yes, _______________

2. Ana and Maria (speak) English? ________________________________________? No, ________________

3. You (like) fruit? __________________________________________? No, ________________

6. Completa estas frases poniendo el verbo en Presente Simple. 1. She (watch) CCCCCC.. TV on Saturdays. 2. Paul ( not listen) CCCCCC.. to music every day. 3. You (not study) CCCCCCC English at school. 4. We (visit) CCCCCCC. our grandmother very often. 5. Ana and I (not stay) CCCCCCC. at home on Friday evenings. 6. Carlos (go) CCCCCC.. to Cádiz at weekends.

PRESENTE CONTINUO 7. Escribe la forma –ING de los siguientes verbos: have CCCCCC listen CCCCCCCC. stay CCCCCC.. get CCCCCC phone CCCCCC sleep CCCCCC swim CCCCCCCC. rain CCCCCC.. fly CCCCCC. run CCCCCCC think CCCCCC study CCCCCCCC. play CCCCCC. draw CCCCC dance CCCCC...

8. Escribe las siguientes frases en forma negativa e interrogativa. Helen is buying a new computer.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC?

Ben and Paul are waiting for Ann.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC?

They are having lunch.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC?

He is studying for his exam.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC ……………………………………………………………………………?

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9. Escribe el verbo del paréntesis en la forma correcta del Presente continuo. 1. My friend Kate CCCCCCCCCCCCCC her homework at this moment.. (do) 2. Emily and Joan CCCCCCCCCCCCCC in the river. (not swim) 3. My brother and I CCCCCCCCCCCCCC English and French at school. (study) 4. Those boys CCCCCCCCCCCCCC magazines. (read) 5. My dog CCCCCCCCCCCCCC in the garden. (not play)

10. Escribe preguntas en Presente continuo y da respuestas cortas Bill (eat) a hamburger

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC? No, CCCCCCCC

They (watch) tv

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC? Yes, CCCCCCC..

It (rain)

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC? No, CCCCCCCC

You (do) your homework CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC..? Yes, CCCCCC The girls (listen) to music CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC..? Yes, CCCCCC David (play) tennis

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC..? No, CCCCCCC.

EXPRESIÓN DE CANTIDAD: there is, there are, a, an, some, any 11. Completa estas frases usando THERE IS / THERE ARE y usando A / AN / SOME. 1

There CCC CCCC. apple.

6 There CCC CCCC. sugar.

2

There CCC CCCC. cup of coffee.

7 There CCC CCCC. orange juice.

3

There CCC CCCC. sandwiches.

8

There CCC CCCC. chocolate cakes.

4

There CCC CCCC. butter.

9

There CCC CCCC. tomato.

5

There CCC CCCC. egg.

10 There CCC CCCC. glasses of water.

12. Completa estas frases usando THERE IS /THERE ARE y SOME /ANY. 1

CCC. there CCCC. fruit?

6 CCC there

CCCC. oil?

2

There CCC not CCC. cup of coffee.

7 CCC there

CCCC. oranges?

3

There CCC not CCC. sandwiches.

8

There CCC not CCC chocolate cakes.

4

There CCC CCCC. bread.

9

CCC there CCCC. tomatoes?.

5

There CCC CCCC. cheese.

10 There CCC CCCC. apples.

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TIEMPOS VERBALES 13. Escribe la forma NEGATIVA e INTERROGATIVA de estas frases: She likes dogs.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

Paul goes

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

They play

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

She swims

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

Paul is writing

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC. CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

They’re reading a book.CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

She’s coming

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

He’s dancing

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

Ann is playing

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

They went

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

They watched TV

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

She danced

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

He bought

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

She spoke

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

You played

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

You were speaking

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

They were eating

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

It was raining

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

They were studying

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

They have gone

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

She has come

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

You have seen

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

It has rained

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

They will buy

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

She will study

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

We will learn

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC.?

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14. Escribe la forma base y el pasado de estos verbos irregulares. Base form

Past simple

VENIR

CCCCCCCC...

CCCCCCCCC

COMPRAR

CCCCCCCCC

CCCCCCCCC

BEBER

CCCCCCCCC

CCCCCCCCC

CONDUCIR

CCCCCCCCC

CCCCCCCCC

HABLAR

CCCCCCCCC

CCCCCCCCC

COMER

CCCCCCCCC

CCCCCCCCC

SENTIR

CCCCC.CCC..

CCCCCCCCC

PENSAR

CCCCCCCCC

CCCCCCCCC

OLVIDAR

CCCCCCC.C..

CCCCCCCCC

IR

CCCCCCCC...

CCCCCCCCC

DAR

CCCCCCC.C..

CCCCCCCCC

DORMIR

CCCCCCCCC

CCCCCCCCC

TENER, TOMAR

CCCCCCC.C..

CCCCCCCCC

SABER, CONOCER

CCCCC.CCC..

CCCCCCCCC

APRENDER

CCCCCCC.C..

CCCCCCCCC

ESCRIBIR

CCCCCCCCC

CCCCCCCCC

SALIR, MARCHARSE

CCCCCCC.C..

CCCCCCCCC

HACER, FABRICAR

CCCCC.CCC..

CCCCCCCCC

ENCONTRARSE, QUEDAR CCCCCCC..

CCCCCCCCC

PAGAR

CCCCCC..CC..

CCCCCCCCC

PONER

CCCCCCC.C..

CCCCCCCCC

LEER

CCCCC.CCC..

CCCCCCCCC

CORRER

CCCCCCC.C..

CCCCCCCCC

DECIR

CCCCCCCCC

CCCCCCCCC

DECIR, CONTAR

CCCCCCC.C..

CCCCCCCCC

VER

CCCCC.CCC..

CCCCCCCCC

VENDER

CCCCCCC.C..

CCCCCCCCC

ENVIAR

CCCCCC..CC..

CCCCCCCCC

CANTAR

CCCCCC..CC..

CCCCCCCCC

SENTARSE

CCCCCC..CC..

CCCCCCCCC

NADAR

CCCCCC..CC..

CCCCCCCCC

COGER, LLEVAR

CCCCCC..CC..

CCCCCCCCC

ENSEÑAR

CCCCCC..CC..

CCCCCCCCC

LLEVAR PUESTO

CCCCCC..CC..

CCCCCCCCC

GANAR

CCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

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15. Traducción de verbos español-inglés (con respuestas). Realiza la traducción de estos verbos y luego comprueba las respuestas.

Presente continuo Estoy leyendo Estamos jugando Están mirando No estamos jugando No estoy leyendo ¿Están mirando? Ella no está nadando ¿Él está estudiando?

I am reading We are playing They are looking We are not playing I’m not reading Are they looking? She isn’t swimming Is he studying?

Presente simple Yo estudio Yo no estudio ¿Tú trabajas? Ella trabaja Ella no trabaja ¿Ella trabaja? Ella conduce Él va

I study I don’t study Do you work? She works She doesn’t work Does she work? She drives He goes

Pasado simple Ellos compraron Ellos no compraron ¿Ellos compraron? Ellos bailaron Ellos no bailaron Ellos fueron Ellos no fueron ¿Ellos fueron?

They bought They didn’t buy Did they buy? They danced They didn’t dance They went They didn’t go Did they go?

Pasado continuo Ellas estaban nadando Ellas no estaban nadando ¿Ellas estaban nadando? Yo estaba comiendo Yo no estaba comiendo ¿Tú estabas comiendo? Estábamos durmiendo No estaban estudiando

They were swimming They weren’t swimming Were they swimming? I was eating I wasn’t eating Were you eating? We were sleeping They were not studying

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Presente perfecto Ellas han ido El ha venido Ella no ha venido Ellos no han estudiado ¿Él ha escrito? ¿Ellos han hablado? Nosotros hemos pensado Ellas han bailado Tú no has dicho

They have gone He has come She hasn’t come They haven’t studied Has he written? Have they spoken? We have thought They have danced You haven’t said

Futuro con will Ellas irán Nosotros estudiaremos Yo seré Él no estará Ellos no visitarán El comprará ¿Ella vendrá?

They will come We will study I will be He won’t be They will not visit He will buy Will she come?

ADJETIVOS: COMPARATIVO Y SUPERLATIVO 16. Completa la siguiente lista de adjetivos. Significado

Comparativo

Superlativo

CCCCCCCC..

difficult

CCCCCCCCCCCC..

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCC..

pretty

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCC..

good

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCC..

bad

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCC...

interesting

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

boring

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

old

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

young

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

new

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

happy

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

unhappy

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

hot

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

cold

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

dirty

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

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CCCCCCCCC

nice

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

tall

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

short

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

small

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

large

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

long

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

expensive

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

cheap

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

easy

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCC

funny

CCCCCCCCCCCC.

CCCCCCCCCCCCC.

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