Elementary Grammar 2

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Elementary Robert Campbell Gill Holley Rob Metcalf

Unit tests

Diagnostic test Vocabulary 1

Match the words with the descriptions. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 a b c d e f g h i j

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a bag a pillow a torch a window a text message a pen ham a diary a computer a toothbrush You eat it in a sandwich. You write in it every day. _ You need it to see in the dark. _ You can send it on your mobile. _ You use it to clean your teeth. _ You put your head on it to sleep. _ You write with it. _ You surf the internet with it. _ You carry your things in it. _ You look out of it. _

Complete with the present simple or continuous of the verbs in brackets. Jenny likes going to discos with her friends at the weekend. Every Saturday night she 1 (go) dancing at the Boho Bar. Tonight, Jenny and her friends 2 (meet) at nine o’clock at Mandy’s house. (live) near the town Mandy 3 4 (drive) them centre. Her Dad to the Boho Bar tonight because he 5 (think) that it’s too dangerous for them to go on the bus.

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Circle the correct option. 1 I don’t see the house number. Can you see its / it? 2 I don’t like Maria. She / He is really mean. 3 This is me / my new bike. Do you like it? 4 I don’t know much about Picasso. What do you know about his / him? 5 Give that back to my sister and me! It’s our / we money!

Complete with the words in the box. • actor • bedroom • brother • classical • cold • free • lot of • old • piano • snowboarding

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My 1 is called Teddy and he’s 22 . He’s an 3 years 2 and he works in a theatre. In his 4 time, he likes 5 in the Pyrenees; he loves 6 weather. At home, he likes playing the 7 ; he’s very good at it and he 8 music. He’s got a loves 9 CDs in his 10 , next to his bed!

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Choose the correct sentence, a or b. 1 a I usually go to Tenerife on holiday. b I go to usually Tenerife on holiday. 2 a This summer, I goed to Germany. b This summer, I went to Germany. 3 a Look! These are my photos. b Look! That are my photos. 4 a It wasn’t very sunny or hot. b It wasn’t very sunny but hot. 5 a I like meet new people. b I like meeting new people.

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Diagnostic test 4

Circle the correct option. 1 2 3 4

There are any / a lot of cafés in my town. There’s some / any cheese in the fridge. There isn’t some / any ham. Was / Were there a lot of tomatoes on the pizza? 5 Can I have any / some water to drink, please?

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Reading / 10 Holiday Plans by Marcie Graham Next week, I’m going to travel to the Cook Islands with my mum, my dad and my sister, Grace. Grace doesn’t want to go because her boyfriend, Greg, isn’t coming with us, but I’m really excited. There are fifteen Cook Islands and they are in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, between Hawaii and New Zealand. It’s hot and sunny there and we’re going to go scuba-diving and cycling. I know it’s going to be amazing! Right now, I’m reading about the history of the islands. The Cook Islanders were brilliant sailors and travelled huge distances in small boats. The islands are named after British Captain James Cook. He sailed around them in the 1770s but he wasn’t the first European there. Two Spanish explorers came before him: Alvaro de Mendana in 1595 and Pedro Quirós in 1606. The famous Captain William Bligh also landed on the islands in 1789. You can see his story in the classic film Mutiny on the Bounty.

Complete with the past simple of the verbs in brackets. (watch) 1 Last night, we Batman on TV. you (do) your homework 2 last night? (give) me an amazing 3 Jenny present for my birthday last year! (read) the last Harry Potter 4 I book in three days! 5 Last weekend, my brother (buy) a new MP3 player.

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Complete the campsite rules. Use must, mustn’t or can. Rules make any noise after 1 Campers 11.00 p.m. use the showers between 2 Campers 6.00 a.m. and 9.30 a.m. be parked in the car park, not 3 Cars on the campsite. leave rubbish outside 4 Campers their tents. use the electricity points 5 Campers in the campsite if they want to.

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Read Marcie’s blog. Put the events in order. a Spanish explorers discover the Cook Islands. 1 b Marcie goes scuba-diving and cycling. _ c Captain William Bligh sails to the Cook Islands. _ d Marcie and her family travel to the Cook Islands. _ e Marcie writes her blog. _ f Captain Cook sails around the Cook Islands. _

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Diagnostic test 2

Read again. Correct the sentences.

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1 Marcie is going on holiday with her friends. Marcie is going on holiday with her family.

Write about something amazing from your holidays for your blog. Answer the questions. Write about 50 words. • What do you usually do for your holidays? • What did you do this summer? • What was the weather like? • What was amazing about your holiday?

2 Greg is Marcie’s boyfriend.

3 The Cook Islanders were brilliant fishermen.

4 There are twenty-two Cook Islands.

5 The Cook Islands are in the Atlantic Ocean.

6 Mutiny on the Bounty is about Captain Cook.

Listening Writing

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Listen to Jane and Mark. True or false? 1

1 Jane’s new café is called The Bank. _ 2 It opened last weekend. _ 3 Mark says he’s going to tell his family about Jane’s café. _ 4 Mark’s brother is vegetarian. _ 5 Jane doesn’t make vegetarian food. _

Choose the correct sentence, a or b. 1 a Steven’s nice and friendly. b Steven’s nice but friendly. 2 a Look at this picture! It’s me while I was young. b Look at this picture! It’s me when I was young. 3 a We did badly on the test because we didn’t study. b We did badly on the test so we didn’t study. 4 a I was born on 3 january, 1993. b I was born on 3 January, 1993. 5 a I can’t go out this Saturday because I haven’t got any money. b I can’t go out this Saturday so I haven’t got any money.

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Listen again. Circle the correct option.

1 The café is on the corner next to the cinema / bank. 2 Jane makes pasta and pizza / meat and potatoes. 3 Jane makes her special sauce with spinach / spaghetti. 4 Mark is going to come to the café on 24 May / March. 5 Mark booked a table for six / eight people.

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Reinforcement

Vocabulary 1

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Circle the correct option.

Grammar 1

1 A person who likes giving things to their friends and family is generous / sensible. 2 A person who doesn’t like talking to new people is shy / dishonest. 3 A person who doesn’t like working or doing their homework is talkative / lazy. 4 A person who doesn’t share with their friends is trustworthy / selfish. 5 A person who chats a lot is kind / talkative.

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Order the letters to complete the sentences about hobbies.

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Correct the mistakes. Geoff and John are flatmates, but don’t spend much time together. John 1 plays acting with the local Dramatic Society, but Geoff is shy and 2 does board games, like chess. Geoff is a big fan of Jackie Chan and 3 goes martial arts at the judo club on Wednesday evening. John doesn’t 4 do any musical instrument, but Geoff is a brilliant musician. They both 5 play climbing in the mountains in the summer, but John is a better climber than Geoff.

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Circle the correct option. 1 My mum likes / like eating doughnuts in bed. 2 My friends and I watches / watch cartoons on TV every day. 3 My brother doesn’t get up / doesn’t gets up early on Saturday. 4 My cousins has got / have got an MP3 player. 5 Laura and I study / studies English and Chinese.

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Complete with the words in the box. • doesn’t like • doesn’t swim • doesn’t work • goes • is

(finsurg) the 1 Marissa likes internet. (okgonci). 2 Jo likes Her favourite thing to make is lemon meringue pie. 3 Suzie and Fred always go (gipnmca) in the summer. (gdncian) at the disco. 4 I love (dreangi) 5 My brother likes comics.

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Kyle 1 Jane’s best friend. Jane and Kyle love swimming, but Kyle 2 in the sea very often. Kyle 3 going to the beach, because 4 on the sand. his wheelchair 5 to the Every Sunday, Kyle swimming pool with Jane at eleven o’clock and they swim for an hour.

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Rewrite the sentences with the adverb in the correct position. 1 Grandad eats bananas for breakfast. (always) 2 We watch football on Sunday. (usually) 3 My mum eats fish. (hardly ever) 4 I listen to music at lunchtime. (often) 5 Bob plays tennis after school. (sometimes)

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Look at the table. Circle the correct option. Mon

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do yoga ride his scooter eat meat surf the internet watch Formula One 1 Mark does yoga once / twice a week. 2 He rides his scooter at the weekend / every day. 3 He never / hardly ever eats meat.

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4 He surfs the internet once / three times a week. 5 He watches Formula One at the weekend / three times a week.

Reading / 10

Complete with do or does. 1 2

you like Coldplay? Yes, I do. she wear dresses? No, she usually wears jeans. you go to the cinema? 3 How often Once a month. your brother like doing at 4 What school? Chemistry and Maths. we celebrate New Year? 5 When 31 January.

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Kyle and me by Jane Wheeler I’m Jane and this is my best friend, Kyle. Kyle can’t walk. He uses a wheelchair, but he’s hardly ever grumpy. He’s kind and confident and he’s always smiling. After school, we like playing computer games and reading comics. We’re writing a comic together at the moment; Kyle writes the story and I draw the pictures. His favourite comics are the old DC comics about Batman and Spiderman. Sometimes we play games in my garden. We pretend his wheelchair is Batman’s car – the Batmobile! Kyle is very creative; he loves painting and twice a week he plays the guitar in a band, too. We also like sport; I like doing karate, but Kyle prefers playing basketball.

Write sentences about Hugh. Use the information in the table. love

like

not mind

not like

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cook

read sing

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paint 1 2 3 4 5 6

Hugh hates acting. He He He He He

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Read the text. Circle the correct option. 1 2 3 4 5

Kyle / Jane is in a wheelchair. Kyle / Jane is hardly ever grumpy. Kyle / Jane draws the pictures for their comic. Kyle / Jane likes old DC comics. Kyle / Jane doesn’t play the guitar.

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likes reading but his favourite thing to do is surf the internet – he’s always chatting online! But he’s not lazy. We usually play football together on Saturday afternoons because he’s very 5 and he gets bored very quickly!

Read again. Answer the questions. 1 What do Kyle and Jane like doing after school? 2 What are Kyle and Jane writing together? 3 What instrument does Kyle play? 4 How often does Kyle play in a band?

Listening / 10

5 What sport does Jane like doing?

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Writing / 10 1

Rewrite the sentences with the words in brackets. 1 My mum is good at board games and she’s good at computer games. (too) My mum is good at board games and at computer games too. 2 Kyle writes comic books and he plays the guitar. (also) 3 I eat cake but I eat a lot of vegetables. (also) 4 We do karate on Thursdays and on Saturdays. (too) 5 She’s very talkative but she’s very kind. (also)

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6 Playing the violin is difficult, but it’s fun also. (too)

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Complete with the words in the box. • active • also • free • play • shy

Hi! My name’s Sam and I’m from Oxford, in the UK. I think I’m kind, confident and very talkative! In my 1 time I love doing karate and playing the guitar – I really want to be a musician when I’m older. These are my two best friends, Jake and video Simon. We often meet and 2 3 and games together. Simon is quite doesn’t talk very much. He really likes reading. Jake

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Listen to the dialogue. Circle the correct information in the table. 2

Greg

Birta

country

Bulgaria Hungary

Denmark Holland

city

Budapest Birmingham

Copenhagen Amsterdam

likes

camping cooking

eating in restaurants going to concerts

doesn’t like

painting cooking

going on holiday cooking

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Listen again. Choose the correct option.

1 Where are Greg and Birta? a In a museum. b At a language school. 2 What do they both want to do? a Travel to England. b Improve their English. 3 What is Birta’s job? a She’s a teacher. b She’s an artist. 4 Why doesn’t Greg like painting? a He’s not good at it. b He thinks it’s boring. 5 Where does Greg work? a In a restaurant. b In a hospital. 6 What do both Greg and Birta like doing? a Going on holiday. b Eating in restaurants.

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Complete with the words in the box.

Grammar / 30 1

• generous • lazy • selfish • shy • talkative

(like) eating 1 My mum doughnuts in bed. (watch) 2 My friends and I cartoons on TV every day. (not get up) early 3 My brother on Saturday. (have got) 4 My cousins an MP3 player. (study) English 5 Laura and I and Chinese.

1 A person who likes giving things to their . friends and family is 2 A person who doesn’t like talking to new . people is 3 A person who doesn’t like working or doing . their homework is 4 A person who doesn’t share with their friends . is . 5 A person who chats a lot is

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Circle the correct option.

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Complete with the correct form of play, do or go. Geoff and John are flatmates, but don’t spend acting much time together. John 1 with the local Dramatic Society, but Geoff is shy board games, like chess. Geoff is and 2 martial a big fan of Jackie Chan and 3 arts at the judo club on Wednesday evening. any musical instrument, John doesn’t 4 but Geoff is a brilliant musician. They both 5 climbing in the mountains in the summer, but John is a better climber than Geoff.

Complete with the the present simple. Kyle 1 (be) Jane’s best friend. Jane and Kyle love swimming, but Kyle 2 (not swim) in the sea very (not like) going to the often. He 3 beach, because his wheelchair 4 (not work) on the sand. Every 5 (go) to the Sunday, Kyle swimming pool with Jane at eleven o’clock and they swim for an hour.

1 Marissa likes surfing / playing the internet. 2 Jo likes cooking / playing cards. Her favourite thing to make is lemon meringue pie. 3 Suzie and Fred always go / play camping in the summer. 4 I love dancing / reading at the disco. 5 My brother likes singing / reading comics.

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Complete with the present simple of the verbs in brackets.

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Order the words to make sentences. 1 is / grumpy / Grandad / always 2 football / We / on / watch / usually / Sunday 3 fish / My / eats / ever / hardly / mum 4 lunchtime / often / I / listen / music / to / at 5 Bob / after / plays / tennis / sometimes / school

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Look at the table. Complete the sentences. Mon

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do yoga ride his scooter watch Formula One surf the internet play football eat meat 1 Mark does yoga once a week. 2 Mark rides his scooter 3 Mark watches Formula One

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Match the questions and answers. 1 2 3 4 5

Do you like Coldplay? _ Does she wear dresses? _ How often do you go to the cinema? _ When do you celebrate New Year? _ What does your brother like doing at school? _

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No, she usually wears jeans. Once a month. Yes, I do. Chemistry and Maths. 31 January.

4 Mark surfs the internet 5 Mark plays football 6 Mark

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Reading / 10 Kyle and me by Jane Wheeler I’m Jane and this is my best friend, Kyle. Kyle’s really cool. He lives next door to me, so we usually go to school together. He isn’t like most of the people at my school because he can’t walk . Kyle uses a wheelchair, but he’s hardly ever grumpy. He’s kind and confident and he’s always smiling. After school, we like playing computer games and reading comics. We’re writing a comic together at the moment; Kyle writes the story and I draw the pictures. His favourite comics are the old DC comics about Batman and Spider-Man. Sometimes we play games in my garden. We pretend Kyle’s wheelchair is Batman’s car – the Batmobile! Kyle is very creative; he loves painting and twice a week he plays guitar in a band, too. We both like sport; I like doing karate, but Kyle prefers playing basketball. My favourite thing about Kyle is that he’s different from other people.

Write sentences about Hugh using the prompts. 1 Hugh / hate / act Hugh hates acting. 2 He / love / camp 3 He / not mind / read 4 He / not like / sing 5 He / hate / cook 6 He / like / paint

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Read the text. True or false? 1 2 3 4 5

Kyle and Jane aren't neighbours. _ Kyle is never grumpy. _ They’re writing a comic together. _ They both play in a band. _ Jane likes doing martial arts. _

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Consolidation

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4 What do you like doing with your friends? 5 What do you not like doing?

Read again. Answer the questions. 1 Is Kyle the same as most people at Jane’s school? Why? 2 When do Jane and Kyle play computer games? 3 How often does Kyle play with his band? 4 What sport does Kyle like doing? 5 Does Jane play basketball?

Listening / 10 1

2 Listen to the dialogue. Circle the correct information in the table.

country

Writing / 10 1

Rewrite the sentences, replacing the word in bold with a different word. 1 My mum is good at board games and she’s also good at computer games. My mum is good at board games and she’s good at computer games too. 2 Kyle writes comic books and he plays the guitar too. 3 I eat cake but I eat a lot of vegetables too.

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4 We do karate on Thursdays and also on Saturdays. 5 She’s very talkative but she’s very kind too. 6 Playing the violin is difficult, but it’s fun also.

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Answer the questions about you and your friends. 1 What kind of person are you? Describe your personality using three adjectives. 2 What are your friends like? Describe your best friend. 3 What do you like doing in your free time?

city likes doesn’t like

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Greg

Birta

Bulgaria Hungary England Budapest Birmingham Copenhagen painting camping cooking painting going to concerts cooking

Denmark Holland England Copenhagen Birmingham Amsterdam eating in restaurants going to concerts camping going on holiday cooking eating in restaurants

Listen again. True or false? Correct the false sentences. 2

1 Greg and Birta are in a museum. 2 They want to travel to England. 3 Birta is an actress. 4 Greg can’t paint. 5 They both like working in restaurants. 6 Greg works in a hospital.

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Complete with personality adjectives.

Grammar / 30 1

1 A person who likes giving things to their friends and family is g _ _ _ _ _ _s. 2 A person who doesn’t like talking to new people is s_y. 3 A person who doesn’t like working or doing their homework is l _ _y. 4 A person who doesn’t share with their friends is s _ _ _ _ _h. 5 A person who chats a lot on the phone is t _ _ _ _ _ _ _e.

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have got • like • not get up • study • watch

1 My mum in bed. 2 My friends and I TV every day. 3 My brother Saturday. 4 My cousins 5 Laura and I Chinese.

Complete with the words in the box. There’s an extra word. • camping • chatting • cooking • dancing • reading • surfing

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Complete with the present simple of the verbs in the box. There’s an extra verb.

Kyle 1 Jane’s best friend. Jane and Kyle love swimming, but Kyle 2 in the sea very often. But why 3 he going to the beach? 4 on the Because his wheelchair to the sand. Every Sunday, Kyle 5 swimming pool with Jane at eleven o’clock and they swim for an hour.

Correct four of the verbs. Geoff and John are flatmates, but don’t spend much time together. John 1 do acting with the local Dramatic Society, but Geoff is shy and 2 go board games, like chess. Geoff is a big fan of Jackie Chan and 3 goes martial arts at the judo club on Wednesday evening. John doesn’t 4 play any musical instrument, but Geoff is a brilliant musician. They both 5 do climbing in the mountains in the summer, but John is a better climber than Geoff.

eating doughnuts

• be • go • meet • not like • not swim • not work

1 Marissa likes the internet. . Her favourite thing 2 Jo likes to make is lemon meringue pie. 3 Suzie and Fred always go with a tent in the summer. at the disco. 4 I love comics. 5 My brother likes

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Complete with the present simple of the verbs in the box.

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Correct the mistakes. 1 Grandad always is grumpy. 2 We watch football usually on Sunday. 3 My mum ever hardly eats fish. 4 I listen to music often at lunchtime. 5 Bob plays sometimes tennis after school.

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Look at the table. Answer the questions. Mon

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do yoga ride his scooter watch Formula One surf the internet play football eat meat

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4 How often does Mark surf the internet?

1 How often does Mark do yoga? Mark does yoga once a week. 2 How often does Mark ride his scooter?

5 How often does Mark play football?

3 How often does Mark watch Formula One?

6 How often does Mark eat meat?

Correct four of the sentences.

Reading / 10

1 Does you like Coldplay? Yes, I do. 2 Does she wears dresses? No, she usually wears jeans. 3 How often do you goes to the cinema? Once a month. 4 When do we celebrate New Year? 31 January.

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5 What does you brother like do at school? Chemistry and Maths.

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Write sentences about Hugh using the prompts. 1 Hugh / / act Hugh hates acting. 2 He / / camp 3 He /

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4 He /

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5 He / 6 He /

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Kyle and me by Jane Wheeler My best friend is called Kyle. Kyle’s really cool. He lives next door to me, so we usually go to school together. He isn’t like most of the people at my school because he can’t walk. He uses a wheelchair, but he’s hardly ever grumpy. He’s kind and confident and he’s always smiling. After school, we like playing computer games and reading comics. We’re writing a comic together; Kyle writes the story and I draw the pictures. His favourite comics are the old DC comics about Batman and Spiderman. Sometimes we play games in my garden and pretend his wheelchair is Batman’s car – the Batmobile! Kyle is very creative; he loves painting and twice a week he plays the guitar in a band, too. We also both like sport; I like doing karate, but Kyle prefers playing basketball. He’s training for a national basketball competition. He practises shooting every day for an hour or more. He’s really good. Kyle dreams that one day he will be a famous basketball player. That’s my favourite thing about Kyle: he believes he can do anything.

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Read the text. True or false? Correct the false sentences.

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1 Kyle and Jane are neighbours, but they are not friends.

Write a description of your best friend. Write about 50 words. Include the following information: • describe his / her personality • describe his / her hobbies and free time activities • describe the things you do together

2 Kyle is grumpy.

My best friend is called... 3 They are writing a comic together. 4 They both play in a band. 5 Jane likes doing martial arts.

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Read again. Answer the questions. 1 Is Kyle generally a positive or negative person?

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1 Birta is from Holland.

2 What do Kyle and Jane do when classes finish?

2 Greg was born in Budapest.

3 Which of Kyle’s things do he and Jane use to play games with?

3 Greg likes painting. 4 Birta likes painting.

4 What does Kyle practise every day? Why?

5 Birta likes cooking.

5 Why does Jane really like Kyle?

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Correct four of the sentences. 1 Kyle writes comic books also and he plays the guitar. 2 I eat cake but I eat also a lot of vegetables. 3 We do karate on Thursdays and too on Saturdays. 4 She’s very talkative but she’s also very kind. 5 Playing the violin is difficult, but too it’s fun.

Listen to the dialogue. True or false? Correct the false sentences. 2

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Listen again. Answer the questions.

1 Where are Greg and Birta? 2 What do they both want to do? 3 What is Birta’s job? 4 Where does Greg work? 5 What do both Greg and Birta like doing?

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Complete the words in the text. Sally’s favourite band, The Pasternaks, are never a concert again. The lead going to 1 g singer was bored with composing the 2 m and writing the 3 l while the rest of the band did nothing. He wants to play the Scottish bagpipes, when he records his . The Pasternaks are now new solo 4 a with looking for a new singer to 5 r them.

Circle the correct option.

Circle the correct option. 1 Is / Are Jane, Toby and Lucas trying / try on shoes? 2 Is / Are you dancing / dance in a competition? 3 Is / Are Henry feeding / feed the fish? 4 Is / Are Jane choosing / choose a necklace? 5 Who is / are writing / write a letter?

Circle the correct option. 1 I play the piano. I usually play dance /classical music. I like Beethoven but I prefer Mozart. 2 My uncle went to lots of classical / rock concerts in the 1990s. He loves Kings of Leon and U2. 3 My friend comes from Jamaica. He likes listening to rock / reggae and he loves Bob Marley! 4 My mum loves dancing to country / Latin music. The salsa and the tango are her favourite dances. 5 My brother plays the saxophone in a jazz / reggae band.

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1 Jane and Toby are choosing / is choosing a necklace. 2 Kate is feed / is feeding the fish. 3 Henry is buying / are buying chocolate. 4 Lucas and Layla are danceing / are dancing in a competition. 5 I ’m trying on / ’m trieng on shoes.

chemist’s • florist’s • jeweller’s • newsagent’s • pet shop

1 You can buy magazines and comics . in a 2 You can buy watches, earrings and necklaces . in a 3 You can buy flowers and plants in a . 4 You can buy a toy for your dog in a . 5 You can buy paracetamol and plasters in a .



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Write (P) for present actions or (F) for future plans. 1 He’s chatting online now. _ 2 She’s going to the chemist’s after school today. _ 3 They’re running a marathon in March. _ 4 We’re buying a new fish at the pet shop. _ 5 I’m meeting Dave at five o’clock. _

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Circle the correct option. Mum Where’s Jodie? Can you see 1 her / them? Jess Yes, she’s at the florist’s buying flowers for Grandma. Mum Where is the florist’s? Jess Over there, next to the chemist’s. Can you see the man in white trousers? Mum Oh yes, I see. Jodie’s talking to 2 him / her. Jess Look, she’s coming over. Jodie I’ve got the flowers, where shall I put 3 it / them? Mum Give them to 4 me / her, I’ll put them in my bag. Jodie No, Mum, I’m not giving them to 5 me / you, you might drop them! UNIT 2 • Heading Forward Elementary

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Complete with the verbs in the box.

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• are playing • are spending • is visiting • like • want

Bob My favourite photo is one of me and my best friends, Robin and Dean. It’s 2010, we’re nineteen and we’re on holiday in the US. We’re standing in a music shop. We’re looking for a CD for our trip and we can’t decide: reggae or hip-hop? Sarah This is my village and some of the shops on Main Street: the florist’s, the bookshop and the newsagent’s. Look! There’s my brother – he’s buying bread at the baker’s. He usually buys fresh bread and the newspaper at the weekend. Toni I took this picture with my new mobile phone. My mum’s making a funny face! She’s saying: ‘Can you hurry up?’ She hates this picture but I love it.

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his cousin Ahmed today. the day in London. They 3 to go to Covent Garden because in a their favourite band 4 festival. The band is called Latinfunk and their music is a mixture of Latin and jazz. Both Ahmed Latin and jazz music. and Mike 5

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Complete with the words in the box. • moment • now • once • this week • weekend

1 Are your parents watching TV at the ? . 2 I’ve got two English exams One on Monday and one on Friday. 3 What shops do you go to at the ? ? 4 What are you reading right a week. 5 I go to the theatre

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Read the text. Circle the correct option. Bob / Sarah talks about one shop. Toni / Sarah is in a village. Sarah / Bob is with friends. Sarah's / Toni's photo shows someone’s face. Sarah and Toni / Bob and Toni talk about someone in their family.

Read again. True or false? 1 Bob’s friends want to buy fresh bread. _ 2 Bob and his friends are nineteen years old today. _ 3 There’s a pet shop on Main Street in Sarah’s village. _ 4 Sarah’s brother usually buys the newspaper at the weekend. _ 5 Toni’s mum doesn’t like the picture. _

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Circle the correct option. 1 I go to salsa classes because / or I like dancing. 2 My sister loves classical music but / or I prefer rock. 3 I don’t like salsa or / because flamenco. 4 I’m not going to the concert at the weekend or / because I haven’t got any money. 5 My MP3 player is very old or / and it’s not working well.

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Listen to the dialogue between a pop music diva and her assistant. Choose the correct option. 3

1 What is the celebrity’s name? a Ziggi. b Zaggy. 2 What is the celebrity’s assistant called? a Karen. b Kitty. 3 Which shop does the assistant go to first? a The baker’s. b The florist’s. 4 Which shop does the assistant go to next? a The florist’s. b The chemist’s. 5 Which things doesn’t the assistant buy for the celebrity? a Red roses. b Yellow roses.

Complete the advertisement. Use the information in the poster and the words in the box.

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3 Listen again. Correct the underlined mistakes when necessary.

1 Could you get me some flowers? 2 Could I have ten red roses, please? 3 Hello, could I have some cough syrup, please?

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We are the 1 Latin dance club 2 we it’s great love dancing! Why? 3 fun and good exercise! We meet on 4 . You can come at 4 p.m. 5 6 p.m. You choose! We’re this week, but next learning 6 week we’re doing Modern.

4 Could you get me some sweets? 5 And could you get me some stamps?

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• chemist's • florist’s • jeweller's • newsagent’s • pet shop • post office • sweet shop

1 You can buy magazines and comics in the . 2 You can buy watches, earrings and necklaces . in the 3 You can buy flowers and plants in the . 4 You can buy a toy for your dog in the . 5 You can buy paracetamol and plasters in the .

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Across 1 My dad loves playing country music songs on his guitar. – he 3 My friend likes listening to loves Bob Marley! music, 4 My mum loves dancing to especially salsa and tango. band. 5 My brother plays in a Down music. I like 1 I usually play Beethoven but I prefer Mozart. music 2 My uncle loves listening to like Kings of Leon and U2.

Sally’s favourite band, The Pasternaks, are never going to 1 play / give a concert again. The lead singer was bored with composing the 2 music / lyrics and writing the 3 music / lyrics while the rest of the band did nothing. He wants to play the Scottish bagpipes when he records his new solo 4 lyrics / album. The Pasternaks are now looking for a new singer to 5 give / rehearse with them.

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Look at the table. What are they doing? Write sentences in the present continuous. Jane

Toby

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choose a necklace try on shoes dance in a competition buy chocolate write a letter feed the fish 1 Jane and Toby are choosing a necklace 2 Kate 3 Henry

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1 Is Layla buying chocolate? Toby and Lucas on shoes? 2 you in a competition? 3 Henry the fish? 4 Jane a necklace? 5 a letter? 6 Who

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(visit) his cousin Ahmed Mike 1 2 (spend) the day in today. They (want) to go to London. They 3 Covent Garden because their favourite band 4 (play) in a festival. The band is called Latinfunk and their music is a mixture of Latin and jazz. Both Ahmed and Mike 5 (like) Latin and jazz music.

Do the sentences refer to the present (P) or future (F)? Correct the mistakes. 1 I’m flying to Japan next Friday. (P) F 2 He’s chatting online now. (F) _ 3 She’s going to the chemist’s after school today. (P) _ 4 They’re running a marathon in March. (F) _ 5 We’re buying a new fish at the pet shop right now. (F) _ 6 I’m meeting Dave at five o’clock. (F) _ Complete with the pronouns in the box.

Complete with the present simple or continuous of the verbs in brackets.

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Circle the correct option. 1 I’ve got two English exams twice a week / this week. 2 What shops do you go to at the weekend / this weekend? 3 Are your parents watching TV every day / at the moment? 4 What are you reading on Tuesdays / now? 5 I usually go to the theatre once a week / this week.

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• her • him • me • them • you

Mum Where’s Jodie? Can you see 1 ? Jess Yes, she’s at the florist’s buying flowers for Grandma. Mum Where is the florist’s? Jess Over there, next to the chemist’s. Can you see the man in white trousers? Mum Oh yes, I see. Jodie’s talking to 2 . Jess Look, she’s coming over. Jodie I’ve got the flowers, where shall I put 3 ? , I’ll put them in Mum Give them to 4 my bag. Jodie No, Mum, I’m not giving them to 5 , you might drop them!

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Bob I’ve got a lot of photos on my phone. My favourite photo is one of me and my best friends, Robin and Dean. It’s 2010, we’re nineteen and we’re on holiday in the USA. We’re standing in a big music shop. We’re looking for a CD to remember our trip and we can’t decide: reggae or hip-hop? Sarah This photo is the view from my bedroom window of my village and the shops on Main Street: the florist’s, the bookshop and the newsagent’s. People are walking and talking. And look! There’s my brother – he’s buying bread at the baker’s. He usually buys fresh bread and the newspaper at the weekend. Toni I took this picture with my new mobile phone. My mum’s making a funny face! She’s cross with me and she’s saying, ‘Can you hurry up?’ She hates this picture, but I love it.

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Paragraph 1: What is the club? What do you do? When do you meet? Paragraph 2: What are you doing at the club at the moment? Why? Paragraph 3: What future plans does the club have?

Read the text. Who talks about… one shop? a holiday? friends? someone’s face? family?

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Read again. True or false? Correct the false sentences. 1 Bob’s friends want to buy fresh bread.

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2 Bob and his friends are nineteen years old today.

4 Sarah’s brother usually buys the newspaper at the weekend. 5 Toni’s mum doesn’t like the picture.

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1 I go to salsa classes but / because / or I like dancing. 2 My sister loves classical music but / because / or I prefer rock. 3 I don’t like salsa and / because / or flamenco. 4 I’m not going to the concert at the weekend or / but / because I haven’t got any money. 5 My MP3 player is very old but / or / and it’s not working well.

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You are a member of the Latin Dance Club. Write an article advertising it to new members. Follow the plan, use the information in the advertisement and add your own ideas too.

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1 What is the celebrity’s name? a Ziggi. b Kitty. c Zaggy. 2 What is the celebrity’s assistant called? a Ziggy. b Kitty. c Karen. 3 Which shop does the assistant go to first? a The baker’s. b The florist’s. c The chemist’s. 4 Which shop does the assistant go to next? a The baker’s. b The chemist’s. c The florist’s. 5 Which things doesn’t the assistant buy for the celebrity? a Red roses. b Yellow roses. c Strawberry sweets.

3 There’s a pet shop on Main Street in Sarah’s village.

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Listen again. Complete with can or could.

1 you get me some flowers? I have ten red roses, please? 2 I have some cough syrup, 3 Hello, please? you get me some sweets? 4 you get me some stamps? 5 And

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Write the names of the shops.

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Write sentences in the present continuous.

1 You can buy magazines and comics here.

1 Jane and Toby / choose / necklace

2 You can buy watches, earrings and necklaces here.

2 Kate / not feed / the fish 3 Henry / not buy / chocolate

3 You can buy flowers and plants here. 4 Lucas and Layla / dance / competition 4 You can buy a toy for your dog here. 5 I / try on / shoes 5 You can buy paracetamol and plasters here.

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1 My friend comes from Jamaica. He likes music and he loves listening to r Bob Marley. music. 2 My mum loves dancing to L Salsa and tango are her favourtie dances. 3 My brother plays the saxophone band. in a j 4 I play the piano. I usually play c music. I like Beethoven but I prefer Mozart. concerts 5 My uncle went to lots of r in the 1990s. He loves listening to Kings of Leon and U2.

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Complete with the words in the box. There are two extra words. • album • give • instrument • lyrics • music • rehearse • sings

Sally’s favourite band, The Pasternaks, are never a concert again. going to 1 The lead singer was bored with composing the 2 and writing the 3 while the rest of the band did nothing. He wants to play the Scottish bagpipes when he records . The Pasternaks his new solo 4 are now looking for a new singer to 5 with them before their next concert.

Now complete the questions. Write the short answers. 1

Layla

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Toby

(buy) chocolate? . Toby and Lucas (try) 2 on shoes? 3 you (dance) in a competition? 4 Jane (feed) the fish?

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(choose) a necklace?

Write sentences in the present continuous. Tick ( ) the ones that refer to future plans. 1 I / fly / to Japan / Friday I’m flying to Japan on Friday. 2 He / chat / online 3 She / go / the chemist’s / after school 4 They / run / a marathon / March 5 We / buy / a new fish / the pet shop / right now 6 I / meet / Dave / five o’clock

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Complete with the correct pronoun. Mum Where’s Jodie? Can you see ? Jess Yes, she’s at the florist’s buying flowers for Grandma. Mum Where is the florist’s? Jess Over there, next to the chemist’s. Can you see the man in white trousers? Mum Oh yes, I see. Jodie’s talking to 2 . Jess Look, she’s coming over. Jodie I’ve got the flowers, where shall I put 3 ? , I’ll put them in Mum Give them to 4 my bag. Jodie No, Mum, I’m not giving them to 5 , you might drop them! 1

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Bob I’ve got a lot of photos on my phone but my favourite is one of me and my best friends, Robin and Dean. It’s 2010, we’re nineteen and we’re on holiday in the US. We’re standing in a big music shop. We’re looking for a CD to remember our trip and we can’t decide: reggae or hip-hop? Sarah This photo is the view from my bedroom window of my village and some of the shops on Main Street: the florist’s, the bookshop and the newsagent’s. It’s really busy on Saturday. And look! There’s my brother – he’s buying bread at the baker’s. He usually buys fresh bread and the newspaper at the weekend. Toni I took this picture with my new mobile phone. My mum’s making a funny face! She’s cross with me and she’s saying: ‘Can you hurry up?’ She hates this picture but I love it. Simon This picture is a postcard. I bought it on holiday in Greece because in the picture you can see our hotel. It’s next to the beach, a pet shop and a shoe shop. In the picture, there’s a man in front of our hotel. He’s walking his dog.

Complete with the present simple or continuous of the verbs in brackets. (visit) his cousin Ahmed Mike 1 2 (spend) the day in today. They (want) to go to London. They 3 Covent Garden because their favourite band 4 (play) in a festival. The band is called Latinfunk and their music is a mixture of Latin and jazz. Both Ahmed and Mike 5 (like) Latin and jazz music.

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Circle the correct option. 1 I’ve got two English exams twice a week /right now / this week. One on Monday and one on Friday. 2 What shops do you go to now / at the weekend / this weekend? 3 Are your parents watching TV every day / usually / at the moment? 4 What are you reading on Tuesdays / twice a week / right now? 5 I usually go to the theatre once a week / this week/ at the moment.

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Read the text. True or false? Correct the false sentences. 1 Bob talks about one shop. 2 Sarah and Simon talk about a holiday. 3 Simon talks about his friends. 4 Toni talks about someone’s face. 5 Simon and Toni talk about their family.

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Read again. Answer the questions. 1 Why are Bob and his friends looking for a CD?

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2 Can Sarah see a pet shop from her window?

Listen to the dialogue between a pop music diva and her assistant. Answer the questions. 3

1 What is the celebrity’s name?

3 What new thing has Toni got?

2 What is the celebrity’s assistant called?

4 Is Toni’s mum happy in the photo?

3 Which shop does the assistant go to first?

5 Where did Simon go on holiday?

4 Which shop does the assistant go to next?

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Complete the sentences with and, or, but or because. I like dancing. 1 I go to salsa classes 2 My sister loves classical music I prefer rock. flamenco. 3 I don’t like salsa 4 I’m not going to the concert at the weekend I haven’t got any money. it’s not 5 My MP3 player is very old working well.

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5 Which things doesn’t the assistant buy for the celebrity?

You are a member of a club (e.g. drama club, football team, etc.). Write an article advertising the club to new members. Answer the questions. Write about 50 words. • What is the club? When do you meet? What do you do? What don’t you do? Why not? • What are you doing at the club at the moment? Why? • What future plans does the club have?

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Listen again. Complete the sentences.

you get me some ? Some yellow roses (…) I have red roses, please? I have some cough syrup, Hello, ? you get me some I’m bored. ? you get me some ? And Six (…).

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Match the words in the box with the descriptions.

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1 Travelling by car is more fast / faster than walking. 2 Reading in English is easyer / easier than speaking. 3 Madrid is biger / bigger than Oviedo. 4 Trousers are more uncomfortable / uncomfortabler than skirts. 5 Ronaldo is more rich / richer than me!

• bicycle • motorbike • plane • taxi • tram

1 It’s expensive to travel by this type of car. 2 It’s got two wheels and it can go very fast. 3 It can fly. It’s the fastest way to travel from one country to another. 4 It’s a type of public transport in a city. It’s a kind of train but it goes on the streets.

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There are lots of things to see in Madrid. The Prado Museum is a famous 1 art gallery / statue. It is home to lots of very important paintings. The Paseo del Prado is a big street outside the Prado. It goes to Atocha. Atocha is the 2 railway station / town hall. From Atocha, you can take high-speed trains to Seville and other cities in Spain. The most beautiful 3 theatre / square in Madrid is probably the Plaza Mayor. It’s very old. The most famous 4 statue / cathedral in Madrid is of a bear and it’s in the centre of the Puerta del Sol. There’s also a 5 river / museum in Madrid called the Manzanares, but no one travels by boat.

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Complete the words in the text.

Dear Holly, I’m glad you are coming to visit me. Here are directions to get to my house. When you come out of the railway station catch the Number 15 to Dursley at the 1 b_ _ s_ _ _ . If you want to find a map of the town, there is a 2 t_ _ _ _ _t o_ _ _ _ _ next to the station. Get off the bus at the big 3 c_ _ _ p_ _k in front of the shopping centre. You’ll see an oldfashioned, red 4 t_ _ _ p_ _ _ _ b_x at the end of the road. Turn left and my house is on the other side of the road. Use the 5 z_ _ _ _ cr_ _ _ _ _ _ and my house is number 73. See you on Tuesday! Maggie

Complete with the comparative adjectives. 1 The cathedral is (tall) than the museum. (fast) 2 Travelling by taxi is than taking the bus. 3 The railway station is (modern) than the town hall. (noisy) than the 4 The city is country. (attractive) than 5 Paris is Calais.

5 It’s got two wheels. It’s good exercise for your legs.

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Circle the correct option.

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Circle the correct option. 1 The Simpsons is the funniest / funnyest / most funny cartoon on TV. 2 Mr Matthews is the baddest / most bad / worst teacher in our school. 3 Snooker is the most boring / boringest / most boringest game. 4 My uncle Nick is the shortst / most short / shortest person in our family. 5 The blue whale is the largest / most largest / most large mammal in the world.

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Write comparative (C) or superlative (S).

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1 Morocco is nearer to the equator than Spain. _ 2 The biggest rainforests are in South America. _ 3 What is the most expensive car? _ 4 Is the train more comfortable than the tram? _ 5 I think China is the most interesting country to visit. _

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Complete with the comparative or the superlative adjectives. (quiet) person in 1 Silvia is the our class. (dangerous) 2 Motorbikes are than cars. (long) river in 3 The Nile is the the world. (lazy) 4 I think Claire is the person I know. (small) than 5 This museum is the Museum of Modern Art.

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Opened: 10th January 1863

Opened: 17th October 1919

Opened: 27th October 1904

Length: 402 km

Length: 290 km

Length: 368 km

Average Speed: 33 km an hour

Average Speed: 30 km an hour

Average Speed: 29 km an hour

Read the text. True or false? 1 2 3 4 5

Look at the table. Read the sentences. True or false? London Underground

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World Journeys: Schools Thaskin My school is in the countryside in Thailand. My parents are farmers and they work in the rice fields. I cycle five kilometres to school on small roads. It’s faster than walking! My school is the smallest one in our area but there are forty-five students in my class. I love studying English – it’s my best subject. Amanda I live in London. My mum takes my sister and me to school by car every day. My parents say going by car is safer than riding a bike, because there’s a lot of traffic in the city. My school is near Paddington Station. My dad sometimes comes with us in the car and then goes to work by train.

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Thaskin’s mum and dad are farmers. _ Thaskin’s school is the biggest in the area. _ Amanda travels to school by car. _ Amanda sometimes goes to school by bike. _ Amanda’s school is near a train station. _

Read again. Circle the correct option. 1 Cycling / Walking is faster for Thaskin. 2 Amanda’s mum / dad takes her to school. 3 Amanda’s parents prefer cars because they’re safer / faster. 4 Thaskin / Amanda studies in a big class. 5 Amanda’s mum / dad takes a train to work.

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The Metro is the newest. _ The Metro is shorter than the Subway. _ The Underground is the slowest. _ The Underground is longer than the Subway. _ 5 The Subway is the fastest. _

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Jack wants a single / return. Jack is travelling to Edinburgh / Exeter. He is leaving at 9.30 / 10.00 a.m. He is returning on Saturday / Sunday afternoon. 5 His ticket costs £15.40 / £54.00.

1 I live in brighton in England.

2 It’s famous for Brighton Pier the Sealife centre and for its nightlife.

3 There is an old festival called the Burning of the Clocks in december.

Listen to the first dialogue. Circle the correct option. 4

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4 Listen to the second dialogue. Complete with the words in the box.

• can • expensive • have • that’s • travelling

4 My friend jane has got a boat and we sometimes go fishing.

5 Do you like Brighton.

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Complete the text about holidays with the words in the box.

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My family and I always go to the mountains on holiday. We’ve got a house in a small village near and a Santander. There’s a Roman 1 in the village. beautiful old railway 2 for walks in the My dad and I like 3 mountains. I like playing in the garden and 4 to the village to meet my friends. in the We really like spending the 5 mountains because there are a lot of things to do.

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I help you? Yes, please. Can I 2 a ticket to Bristol, please? Would you like a single or return? A single, please. Are you travelling today? Yes. today before Are you 3 9 a.m.? I don’t know. Why? before nine. It’s more 4 OK. I can travel after nine. There is a train at 9.22. Great. 5 £14.50, please.

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Match the transports with the descriptions. There are two extra words.

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• bigger • easier • faster • more uncomfortable • richer

• bicycle • ferry • motorbike • plane • taxi • train • tram

1 Travelling by car is walking. 2 Reading in English is speaking. 3 Madrid is 4 Trousers are 5 Ronaldo is

1 It’s expensive to travel by this type of car. 2 It’s got two wheels. It can go very fast. 3 It can fly. It’s the fastest way to travel from one country to another. 4 It’s a kind of train but it goes on the streets. 5 It’s got two wheels. It’s good exercise for your legs.

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Dear Holly, I’m glad you are coming to visit me. Here are directions to get to my house. When you come out of the railway station catch the Number 15 to Dursley at the 1 bus stop / tourist office. If you want to find a map of the town, there is a 2 tourist office / traffic lights next to the station. Get off the bus at the big 3 telephone box / car park in front of the shopping centre. You’ll see an old-fashioned, red 4 zebra crossing / telephone box at the end of the road. Turn left and my house is on the other side of the road. Use the 5 zebra crossing / bus stop and my house is number 73. See you on Tuesday! Maggie

Circle the correct option.

than than than Oviedo. than skirts. than me!

Write comparative sentences. 1 skateboarding / exciting / snowboarding Skateboarding is more exciting than snowboarding. 2 the cathedral / tall / the museum

Order the letters to complete the text. There are lots of things to see in Madrid. The Prado Museum is a famous 1 (tar egalrly). It has got lots of very important paintings. The Paseo del Prado is a big street outside the Prado. It goes to Atocha. Atocha is (rayilaw tonstai). The most the 2 3 (resuqa) in Madrid is beautiful probably the Plaza Mayor. It’s very old. The most (tatuse) in Madrid is of famous 4 a bear and it’s in the Puerta del Sol. There’s also a 5 (virre) in Madrid called the Manzanares, but no one travels by boat.

Complete with the words in the box.

3 travelling by taxi / fast / taking the bus 4 the railway station / modern / the town hall 5 the city / noisy / the country 6 Paris / attractive / Calais

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Complete with the superlative adjectives. 1 The Simpsons is the cartoon on TV. 2 Mr Matthews is the teacher in our school. 3 Snooker is the game. 4 My uncle Nick is the person in our family. 5 The blue whale is the mammal in the world.

(funny) (bad) (boring) (short) (large)

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Correct the sentences. 1 Morocco is nearest to the equator than Spain.

Reading / 10 World Journeys: Schools Thaskin My school is in the countryside in Thailand. My parents are farmers and they work in the rice fields. I cycle five kilometres to school on small roads. It’s faster than walking! My school is the smallest one in our area but there are forty-five students in my class. I love studying English – it’s my best subject. Amanda I live in London. My mum takes my sister and me to school by car every day. My parents say going by car is safer than riding a bike, because there’s a lot of traffic in the city. My school is near Paddington Station. My dad sometimes comes with us in the car and then goes to work by train. Nicolas I live in Nice in France. My school is in a square near the beach! When the weather is good I rollerblade to school. It’s faster than driving and it’s a lot more fun!

2 The bigger rainforests are in South America. 3 What is most expensive car? 4 Is the train more comfortable that the tram? 5 China is the interestingest country to visit.

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Complete with the comparative or the superlative adjectives. (quiet) person 1 Silvia is in our class. (dangerous) 2 Motorbikes are cars. (long) river 3 The Nile is in the world. (lazy) person I 4 I think Claire is know. (small) 5 This museum is the Museum of Modern Art.

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1 lives in London. ’s mum and dad are farmers. 2 travels to school by car. 3 ’s 4 There are forty-five people in class. rollerblades to school. 5 Sometimes

Complete the sentences. Use the information in the table and the comparative or superlative form of the adjectives in brackets. London Underground

Madrid Metro

New York Subway

Opened: 10th January 1863

Opened: 17th October 1919

Opened: 27th October 1904

Length: 402 km

Length: 290 km

Length: 368 km

Average Speed: 33 km an hour

Average Speed: 30 km an hour

Average Speed: 29 km an hour

1 The Metro is the newest. (new) is 2 Subway. (short) is 3 is 4 is 5 Subway. (long) is 6

the . (slow) . (old) the . (fast)

Read the text. Complete the sentences.

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Read again. True or false? Correct the false sentences. 1 Walking is faster for Thaskin. 2 Rollerblading is faster for Nicolas. 3 Amanda’s dad take her to school. 4 Thaskin likes studying English. 5 Amanda’s mum takes a train to work.

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Listen to the first dialogue. True or false? Correct the false sentences. 4

1 Jack wants a single ticket. 2 it’s famous for brighton Pier the Sealife Centre and for its nightlife.

2 Jack is travelling to Exeter. 3 He is leaving at 9.30 a.m.

3 there is an old festival called the burning of the clocks in December.

4 He is returning on Saturday afternoon. 5 His ticket costs £54.00.

4 my friend jane has got a boat and we sometimes go fishing.

5 Do you like brighton

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4 Listen to the second dialogue. Complete with the phrases in the box. There’s an extra phrase.

• Can I • have a • more expensive • single or return • That’s • travelling today

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Answer the questions about a place you go on holiday. 1 Where is it?

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3 What is the most famous tourist attraction there?

4 What activities do you do?

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Can I help you? Yes, please. Can I 1 ticket to Bristol, please? ? Would you like a 2 A single, please. Are you travelling today? Yes. before Are you 3 9 a.m.? I don’t know. Why? before nine. It’s 4 OK. I can travel after nine. There is a train at 9.22. Great. 5 £14.50, please.

5 Why do you like going there?

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Complete the types of transport. 1 It’s expensive to travel by this type of car: t_ _ _ 2 It’s got two wheels. It can go very fast: m_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 3 It can fly. It is the fastest way to travel from one country to another: p_ _ _ _ 4 It’s a kind of train but it goes on the streets: t_ _ _ 5 It has got two wheels. It is good exercise for your legs: b_ _ _ _ _ _

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1 Travelling by car is walking. 2 Reading in English is speaking. 3 Madrid is 4 Trousers are skirts. 5 Ronaldo is

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Order the letters to complete the text.

Dear Holly, I’m glad you are coming to visit me. Here are directions to get to my house. When you come out of the railway station catch the Number 15 to (sbu tpso). If you Dursley at the 1 want to find a map of the town, there is a 2 (stoutri fcoefi) next to the station. (arc krpa) Get off the bus at the big 3 in front of the shopping centre. You’ll see an old(heeenotlp xbo) at fashioned, red 4 the end of the road. Turn left and my house is on the other side of the road. Use the 5 (braze icornssg) and my house is number 73. See you on Tuesday! Maggie

(easy) (big) Oviedo. (uncomfortable) (rich) me!

Correct four of the sentences.

2 The cathedral is more tall than the museum.

• art gallery • railway station • river • square • statue • street

3

(fast)

1 Skateboarding is more exciting than snowboarding.

Complete with the words in the box. There’s an extra word.

There are lots of things to see in Madrid. The Prado . It’s got lots of Museum is a famous 1 very important paintings. The Paseo del Prado is a big street outside the Prado. It goes to Atocha. . From Atocha, you Atocha is the 2 can take high-speed trains to Seville and other cities in in Spain. The most beautiful 3 Madrid is probably the Plaza Mayor. It’s very old. The in Madrid is of a bear most famous 4 and it’s in the centre of the Puerta del Sol. There’s a 5 in Madrid called the Manzanares, but no one travels by boat.

Complete with the comparative adjectives.

3 Travelling by taxi is fastter than taking the bus. 4 My dancing is badder that my singing. 5 This shopping centre is the more good than the one near my house.

3

Complete with the superlative adjectives. Match the sentence halves. 1 2 3 4 5

The Simpsons is Mr Matthews is Snooker is My uncle Nick is The blue whale is

a b c d e

cartoon on TV. mammal in the world. person in our family. teacher in our school. game.

(funny) … _ (bad) … _ (boring) … _ … (short) _ … (large) _

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Complete with the comparative or the superlative adjectives. There’s an extra adjective.

is 29.

• dangerous • lazy • long • old • quiet • small

1 George Clooney was born in 1961. He is Matt Damon. person 2 I think Claire is I know. She never does any work! river in the world. 3 The Nile is the Museum 4 This museum is of Modern Art but there are important works of art. cars. 5 Motorbikes are

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Reading / 10 World Journeys: Schools Thaskin My school is in the countryside in Thailand. My parents are farmers and they work in the rice fields. I cycle five kilometres to school on small roads. It’s faster than walking! My school is the smallest one in our area but there are forty-five students in my class. I love studying English – it’s my best subject. Toshi I live in Tokyo. I take the underground to school. The underground is really busy and hot. I don’t like it, but it’s the fastest way to get around. Amanda I live in London. My mum takes my sister and me to school by car every day. My parents say going by car is safer than riding a bike, because there is a lot of traffic in the city. My school is near Paddington Station. My dad sometimes comes with us in the car and then goes to work by train. Nicolas I live in Nice in France. My school is in a square near the beach! When the weather is good I rollerblade to school. It’s faster than driving and it’s a lot more fun!

Write comparative or superlative sentences. 1 Morocco is / near / to the equator / Spain 2 The / big / rainforests / are in South America 3 What is the / expensive / car? 4 Is the train / comfortable / the tram? 5 China is the / interesting / country to visit

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Complete with the information in the table. London Underground

Madrid Metro

New York Subway

Opened: 10th January 1863

Opened: 17th October 1919

Opened: 27th October 1904

Length: 402 km

Length: 290 km

Length: 368 km

Average Speed: 33 km an hour

Average Speed: 30 km an hour

Average Speed: 29 km an hour

1 The Metro is from 1919, so it’s the newest. is 290 km, so it’s the 2 . is 29 km an hour, so it’s 3 the , which is 33. is from 1863, so it’s 4 . is 402 km, so it’s 5 the Subway.

is 30 km an hour, so it’s the , which

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Read the text. True or false? Correct the false sentences. 1 Toshi lives in London. 2 Thaskin’s mum and dad are farmers. 3 Toshi loves taking the underground. 4 There are forty people in Thaskin’s class. 5 Nicolas always rollerblades to school.

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Read again. Answer the questions. 1 Which is faster for Thaskin, cycling or walking?

Listening / 10 1

2 Which is faster for Nicolas, rollerblading or riding in a car?

Listen to the first dialogue. Answer the questions. 4

1 Does Jack want a single or return ticket? 2 Where is Jack travelling?

3 Who takes Amanda to school?

3 When is he leaving?

4 Why do Amanda’s parents prefer cars?

4 When is he returning?

5 What’s the fastest way to travel in Tokyo?

5 How much is his ticket?

Writing / 10 1

Write the sentences with correct punctuation. 1 i live in brighton in england 2 it’s famous for brighton pier the sealife centre and for its nightlife 3 there is an old festival called the burning of the clocks in December 4 my friend jane has got a boat and we sometimes go fishing

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Write about a place you go on holiday. Answer the questions. Write about 50 words. • Where is it? • How do you get there? • What language do they speak there? • What kind of food do they eat? • What do you like to do there? • Why do you like it?

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Listen to the second dialogue. Complete.

Assistant Karen

Can I help you? Yes, please. Can I 1

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to Bristol? Would you like a single or return? 2 . Are you travelling today? Yes. 9.00 a.m.? Are you 3 I don’t know. Why? nine. It’s 4 OK. I can travel after nine. There is a train at 9.22. Great. 5 , please.

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1 Pinocchio’s nose grew l_ _ _ when he told a lie. 2 His father, Geppetto, had a t_ _ _ _, white moustache. 3 His friend, Jiminy Cricket, was an insect with a t_ _ _ face and a tall hat. 4 A fairy with w_ _ y hair turned Pinocchio into a real boy. 5 Pinocchio, Geppetto and Jiminy were eaten by a huge whale with a w_ _ e mouth.

Match the parts of the body with the descriptions. • arms • elbow • eyes • feet • hair • legs • nose • thumb • tongue • wrist

1 You breathe through this, but you can’t eat through it. 2 You wear socks and shoes on these. 3 It can be blonde, black, brown or grey. 4 Birds have got two of these, but cats and dogs have four. 5 We’ve got two of these. Cats usually have green ones. White mice have red ones.

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6 We’ve got hands at the end of these.

1

8 You can lick an ice-cream with this, and it’s pink. 9 We also call this the funny-bone. 10 We’ve got one on each hand.

2

Find five words about the face. Match them with the descriptions.

W M N J T M H A E H T C M J

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L S C K O C L D N E H O M K R Z J G o P O E O E G O O E Y W L U h K G D M R U Y A F

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This is hair above your lip. You use this to hear. This supports your head. This is inside your mouth and it’s white.

Complete with the past simple of can in the affirmative ( ) or the negative ( ).

4 He nine. 5 He

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We was / were at a party. I was / were on the bus. You wasn’t / weren’t very talkative. Was / Were Martha good at dancing? It wasn’t / weren’t a big bridge.

1 Fred one. 2 He two. 3 Fred

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S S J U R B R T L J L R W J

Circle the correct option. 1 2 3 4 5

7 You wear a watch or bracelet on these.

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Complete the adjectives.

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eat with a spoon when he was get dressed when he was ride a horse when he was five. play the violin when he was drive a car when he was eleven.

Circle the correct past simple form. 1 2 3 4 5

marry: marryed / married meet: met / meeted win: winned / won rob: robbed / robed study: studied / studyed

5 You’ve got two of these, one of each side of your face.

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Circle the correct option.

Boadicea was queen of the Iceni tribe in East Anglia, England. At the time, the Romans 1 live / lived in England, too. Boadicea’s husband, King Prasutagus, 2 die / died and the Romans 3 took / taked all Boadicea’s land and possessions. Boadicea and her army 4 attacked / attack the Romans in the Battle of Watling Street. Boadicea was very brave but her army 5 losed / lost the battle.

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Reading / 10 Mozart: Child Genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on 27 January 1756 in Salzburg, Austria. He was a brilliant musician even when he was a child. He wrote his first symphony when he was eight! In his life he wrote more than 600 pieces of music. Many of them are famous today, including: A Little Night Music (1787) and the operas Don Giovanni (1787) and The Magic Flute (1791). Mozart married Constanze Weber in 1782. He died nine years later on 5 December 1791. He was thirty-five years old. Some people believe that another composer, Antonio Salieri, killed him out of jealousy. However, most people think he died because of an unusual illness.

Write negative sentences in the past. 1 Marco Polo found America. Marco Polo didn’t find America. 2 Robin Hood liked the rich. 3 Odysseus killed Penelope. 4 Picasso played the saxophone. 5 The Romans invaded Ireland. 6 Mozart wrote Don Quixote.

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Match the questions and answers. 1 Did Boadicea live in the south of England? _ 2 Did she fight the Roman general Suetonius? _ 3 Did she win the battle? _ 4 Did she die? _ 5 Did the Romans leave England after the battle? _ a b c d e

No, she didn’t. Yes, she killed herself. Yes, she lived in East Anglia. No, they didn’t. Yes, she fought him at the Battle of Watling Street.

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Read the text. Match the events with the years. 1 2 3 4 5

Mozart was born. _ He wrote his first symphony. _ He wrote Don Giovanni. _ He married Constanze Weber. _ He died. _

a b c d e

1782 1787 1764 1756 1791

Read again. True or false? 1 Mozart’s middle name was Wolfgang. _ 2 He was not good at music when he was young. _ 3 He wrote more than 600 pieces of music. _ 4 He died before he was forty. _ 5 Mozart married Antonia Salieri. _

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Circle the correct option.

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Before / After getting up, I had a shower. Before / After having a shower, I dried myself. Always look before / after crossing the road! I watched TV before / after coming home from school. 5 Simon did his homework before / after going to bed.

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Read about Antoni Gaudí. Underline and correct one mistake in each sentence.

Linda is tired. Listen and order Jack’s suggestions. 5

a b c d e f

2

have a cold shower _ have a cup of coffee _ go to bed 1 get up early in the morning _ go for a walk _ he can help _ 5

Listen again. Match the sentence halves.

1 Linda can’t go to bed because… _ 2 Linda can’t do her homework in the morning because… _ 3 Linda doesn’t drink coffee because… _ 4 Linda can’t go for a walk because… _ 5 Linda can’t take a cold shower because… _ a b c d e

she has orchestra practice. she hates cold water. she has to do her homework. it’s dark outside. she gets a stomach ache.

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1 Antoni Gaudí were born in Tarragona. Antoni Gaudí was born in Tarragona. 2 He like nature. 3 He not study painting. 4 He design many famous buildings. 5 He not did drive a car. 6 Gaudí dies in 1926.

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Match the boxes and write them next to the description. che ne

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1 This is hair above your lip. 2 You use this to hear. Some people wear jewellery in theirs. 3 This supports your head. Giraffes have got the longest ones. 4 This is inside your mouth and it’s white. 5 You’ve got two of these, one of each side of your face.

Order the letters to complete the sentences. 1 Pinocchio’s nose grew (glno) when he told a lie. (hktci), 2 His father, Geppetto, had a white moustache. 3 His friend, Jiminy Cricket, was an insect with (hint) face and a tall hat. a (ywva) hair turned 4 A fairy with Pinocchio into a real boy. 5 Pinocchio, Geppetto and Jiminy were eaten (diwe) mouth. by a whale with a

Complete the parts of the body. 1 You breathe through this, but you can’t eat through it. n 2 You wear socks and shoes on these. f 3 It can be blonde, black, brown or grey. h 4 Birds have got two of these, but cats and dogs have four. l 5 We’ve got two of these. Cats usually have green ones. White mice have red ones. e 6 We’ve got hands at the end of these. a 7 You wear a watch or bracelet on these. w 8 You can lick an ice-cream with this, and it’s pink. t 9 We also call this the funny-bone. e 10 We’ve got one on each hand. t

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Complete with the past simple of be in the affirmative ( ) or the negative ( ). 1 2 3 4 5

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at a party. on the bus. very talkative. Martha good at dancing? a big bridge.

Look at the table. Write sentences. Age

Ability

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eat with a spoon

2

get dressed

5

ride a horse

9

play the violin

11

drive a car

13

understand Chinese

1 Fred could eat with a spoon when he was one. when he was 2 He two. when he 3 Fred was five. when he was 4 He nine. when he was 5 He eleven. when he was 6 He thirteen. UNIT 4 • Heading Forward Elementary

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Write the past simple form of the verbs. 1 marry 2 meet 3 win

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Mozart: Child Genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on 27 January 1756 in Salzburg, Austria. He was a brilliant musician even as a child. He wrote his first symphony when he was eight! It was better than many symphonies by adult composers. In his life he wrote more than 600 pieces of music. Many of them are famous today, including: A Little Night Music (1787) and the operas Don Giovanni (1787) and The Magic Flute (1791). Mozart married Constanze Weber in 1782. He died nine years later on 5 December 1791 at the age of thirty-five. Some people believe that another composer, Antonio Salieri, killed him out of jealousy. However, most people think he died because of an unusual illness. In 1984 there was a popular film about Mozart’s life called Amadeus. It won eight Oscars. The American actor, Tom Hulce, played Mozart.

Complete with the verbs in the box. • attacked • died • lived • lost • took

Boadicea was queen of the Iceni tribe in East Anglia, England. At the time, the Romans 1 in England, too. When her husband, , the Romans King Prasutagus 2 3 all Boadicea’s land and possessions. the Romans Boadicea and her army 4 in the Battle of Watling Street. Boadicea was the battle. very brave but her army 5

5

Write negative sentences in the past simple. 1 Robin Hood / not like / the rich 2 Odysseus / not kill / Penelope

1

3 Picasso / not play / the saxophone

1 Mozart’s first name was 2 Mozart was born on . in 3 He was a wonder boy because he when he was 4 His marriage lasted for 5 An American actor in Amadeus.

4 The Romans / not invade / Ireland

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Complete the questions. Use the verbs in the answers. 1 2

3 4 5

Boadicea in the south of England? – Yes, she lived in East Anglia. she the Roman general Suetonius? – Yes, she fought him at the Battle of Watling Street. she the battle? – No, she didn’t win. she herself? – Yes, she killed herself. the Romans England after the battle? – No, the Romans didn’t leave England after the battle.

Read the text. Complete the sentences.

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Read again. True or false? Correct the false sentences. 1 He wrote his first symphony in 1764. 2 He wrote more than 800 pieces of music. 3 He died before he was thirty. 4 We are not sure how he died. 5 Amadeus is one of his most famous operas.

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Complete the sentences with before or after. getting up, I had a shower. 1 having a shower, I dried myself. 2 crossing the road! 3 Always look coming home from 4 I watched TV school. going to 5 Simon did his homework bed.

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2 Write a biography using this information. Answer the questions.

Jack Bad Info Birthday: 22/08/1980, London Good at ball games as a child: football, tennis Under-16 tennis champion: Dubai, 1995 Australian Open champion: 2000 Now: TV host

Linda is tired. Listen and correct the order of Jack’s suggestions. 5

have a cold shower _ go to bed 1 have a cup of coffee _ get up early in the morning _ go for a walk _ he can help _ 5

Listen again. Choose the correct option.

1 Linda doesn’t feel well because… a she’s really tired. b she has to do her homework. 2 Linda can’t go to bed because… a she has orchestra practice. b she has to do her homework. 3 Linda can’t do her homework in the morning because… a she has to go for a walk. b she has orchestra practice. 4 Linda can’t go for a walk because… a she’s really tired. b it’s dark outside. 5 Linda can’t take a cold shower because… a she hates cold water. b she gets a headache.

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1 What’s his name? His name is Jack Bad. 2 When and where was he born?

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3 What could he do well when he was a child?



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4 Where did he win his first championship?

5 What did he win next?

6 What does he do now?

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1 Pinocchio’s nose grew long / wavy when he told a lie. 2 His father, Geppetto, had a wide / thick white moustache. 3 His friend, Jiminy Cricket, was an insect with a thin / short face and a tall hat. 4 A fairy with big / wavy hair turned Pinocchio into a real boy. 5 Pinocchio, Geppetto and Jiminy were eaten by a huge whale with a wide / small mouth.

Write the parts of the body. 1 You breathe through this, but you can’t eat through it. 2 You wear socks and shoes on these. 3 It can be blonde, black, brown or grey. 4 Birds have got two of these, but cats and dogs have four. 5 We’ve got two of these. Cats usually have green ones. White mice have red ones. 6 We’ve got hands at the end of these.

Grammar / 30 1

8 You can lick an ice-cream with this, and it’s pink. 9 We also call this the funny-bone.

2

Complete with the past simple of be. 1 2 3 4 5

7 You wear a watch or bracelet on these.

10 We’ve got one on each hand.

Circle the correct option.

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Age

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Across 3 These are inside your mouth. They help you to bite and chew food. 4 This supports your head. Giraffes have got the longest ones. 5 You use these to hear. Some people wear jewellery in theirs. Down 1 This is hair above your top lip. 2 You have got two of these – one of each side of your face.

It

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at a party. on the bus. very talkative. Martha good at dancing? a big bridge.

Look at the table. Write sentences.

Complete the crossword.

4

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Ability

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eat with a spoon

2

get dressed

5

ride a horse

9

play the violin

11

drive a car

13

understand Chinese

Fred could eat with a spoon when he was one. He Fred He He He

. . . . .

Write the past simple form of the verbs. 6 wear 1 marry 2 meet 7 find 3 win 8 see 4 rob 9 match 5 study 10 give UNIT 4 • Heading Forward Elementary

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Complete with the past simple of the verbs in the box. • attack • die • live • lose • take

Boadicea was queen of the Iceni tribe in East Anglia, England. At the time, the Romans 1 in England, too. When her husband, , the Romans King Prasutagus 2 3 all Boadicea’s land and possessions. the Romans Boadicea and her army 4 in the Battle of Watling Street. Boadicea was the battle. very brave but her army 5

5

Correct the sentences. Use the words in brackets. 1 Marco Polo discovered America. (Christopher Columbus) Marco Polo didn’t discover America. Christopher Columbus discovered America. 2 Robin Hood liked the rich. (rob)

3 Odysseus killed Penelope. (marry)

4 Picasso played the saxophone. (paint pictures)

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5 The Romans invaded Ireland. (Britain)

6 Mozart wrote Don Quixote. (Cervantes)

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Complete the questions about Boadicea and the Romans. Use the verbs in the answers. 1 Did she have any children? – Yes, she had three daughters. in the south 2 of England? – Yes, she lived in East Anglia. the Roman 3 general Suetonius? – Yes, she fought him at the Battle of Watling Street. the battle? – 4 No, she didn’t win. herself? – 5 Yes, she killed herself. England after 6 the battle? – No, the Romans didn’t leave England after the battle.

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Mozart: Child Genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on 27 January 1756 in Salzburg, Austria. He was a brilliant musician even as a child. He started writing music when he was four. He played music in public at Salzburg University when he was five. He wrote his first symphony when he was eight! It was better than many symphonies by adult composers. In his life Mozart wrote more than 600 pieces of music. Many of them are famous today, including: A Little Night Music (1787) and the operas Don Giovanni (1787) and The Magic Flute (1791). Mozart married Constanze Weber in 1782. He died nine years later on 5 December 1791 at the age of thirty-five. Some people believe that another composer, Antonio Salieri, killed him out of jealousy. However, most people think he died because of an unusual illness. In 1984 there was a popular film about Mozart’s life called Amadeus. It won eight Oscars. The American actor, Tom Hulce, played Mozart.

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Read the text. True or false? Correct the false sentences.

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Write a biography about someone you know or use your own ideas. Write about 50 words. Paragraph 1: Birth and early years Paragraph 2: Major achievements Paragraph 3: Family life

1 Mozart’s middle name was Wolfgang. 2 Mozart was born in Germany. 3 He wrote more than 600 pieces of music. 4 We are not sure how he died. 5 A French actor played Mozart in a film about Mozart.

Listening 1

2

Read again. Answer the questions.

2 Why is he considered a wonder boy? 3 What were the names of his two most famous operas? 4 Who did he marry and when?

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5 What was the film about Mozart’s life called?

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Correct four of the sentences. 1 Before getting up, I had a shower. 2 After to have a shower, I dried myself.

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5 Linda is tired. Listen, and order Jack’s suggestions. There are two extra ones.

a b c d e f g h

1 When and where was Mozart born? When did he die?



have a cold shower _ have a cup of coffee _ go for a drink _ go to bed 1 get up early in the morning _ go for a walk _ he can help _ have a cold drink _

Listen again. Complete the sentences about Linda’s responses. 5

1 Linda doesn’t feel well because . 2 Linda can’t go to bed because . 3 Linda can’t do her homework in the morning because . 4 Linda can’t go for a walk because . 5 Linda can’t take a cold shower because .

3 Always look before crossing the road! 4 I watched TV before to come home from school. 5 Simon did his homework after go to bed.

Speaking / 10

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Circle the correct option. 1 The girl with the umbrella is going into / getting on the bus. 2 The boy wearing jeans is coming out of / getting out of the newsagent’s. 3 There is a man with a laptop walking up / walking into the street. 4 Two police officers are going into / getting into the jeweller’s. 5 A woman with pink hair is running up / coming out of the escalator.

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Circle the correct option. 1 There was / were five aliens. 2 There wasn’t / weren’t any sound, but there were lots of lights. 3 There wasn’t / weren’t a TV camera crew. 4 There were / weren’t any police officers. 5 There was / were twenty spaceships flying in the sky.

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Order the words to make past continuous sentences. 1 yesterday afternoon / shopping / James / was

Complete the sentences. • hop • jogging • lie • march • sit

2 crying / was / in / the garden / The baby

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1 The Lord of the Rings is a very long film. in the cinema seats for three I can’t hours! 2 My dad broke his big toe on his left foot and on his right leg for a month. had to 3 Archie has a very comfortable bed. When you on it, you don’t want to get up! 4 Gary’s doctor told him to go in the park three times a week. 5 Sam is a soldier in London and has to up and down outside Buckingham Palace.

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Complete the words in the text. I’m reading a brilliant 1 sc_ _ _ _e f_ _t_ _ _ book. It’s about two 2 al_ _n_ who fly in a 3 spa_ _s_ _ _ from their 4 p_ _ _e_ to Earth. They are brother and sister who have the same birthday, so they are 5 t_ _ _s. They land their 6 _F_ outside the White House in Washington DC. They try to make 7 c_ _ _a_t with the President of America. An agent from the 8 F _ _ investigates the 9 _T landing and the aliens invite 10 N_ _A to send a rocket to visit their world millions of miles away.

3 in / Mum / was / dinner / the kitchen / cooking

4 was / the newspaper / Dad / reading

5 with Fred / I / tennis / was / playing

3

Complete with the past continuous of the verbs in brackets. (not come) out of the 1 John florist’s. (not wait) for 2 Luke and Josh the bus. (not carry) 3 The man a mobile phone. (not rain). 4 It (not study). 5 The students

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Order the words to make questions in the past continuous.

Reading / 10 SCI-FI NEWS: Alien Sighting Interview Sci-fi News speaks to Karen Peters about her incredible experience last week.

1 writing / a / he / film / science fiction / Was? 2 the postal worker / barking / the dog / Was / at?

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Karen, tell us exactly what happened. Karen Well, it was 3.25 p.m. on Sunday, 21 of March, and I was sitting outside Berkley’s Café in Southward, a quiet village. It was a bit cloudy and I was having a cup of tea with my friend, Peter Buyers. Suddenly we heard a strange noise! There was a round, yellow object in the sky! It was a spaceship! SFN Wow! What happened next? Karen The spaceship landed only 100 metres from us and an alien got out! It had a red body and a yellow head. There was a strange yellow light everywhere. It was amazing! Peter was looking for his camera when the alien just disappeared. SFN Oh no! Karen We couldn’t believe it!

3 running / the children / the stairs / up / Were? 4 the phone / Was / ringing? 5 in the café / you / talking to / were / Who?

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Complete with the verbs in the box. • was walking • were flashing • were they speaking • were you dreaming • weren’t wearing

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FBI Agent So Mr Smart, you say that you’ve it or met aliens. 1 did it really happen? home Mr Smart It’s all true! I 2 late from a party last night and it was very dark and quiet. Suddenly, I saw some bright lights that 3 . A UFO landed and three tall aliens got out. They had green skin and they 4 any clothes. They told me not to be afraid. 5 English, then? I’m FBI Agent sorry, I don’t believe you!

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Circle the correct option. 1 When I saw / was seeing Penny, she was getting on the train. 2 They asked / were asking for directions when the spaceship landed. 3 When I told / was telling the FBI agents about the spaceship, they were sitting in their van. 4 The aliens danced / were dancing on the van when the president arrived. 5 When the president tried / was trying to make contact, we were watching him on TV.

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Read the text. Complete with the words in the box. • alien • friend • noise • spaceship • village

Karen Peters was at a café in a quiet 1 . They heard a strange with her 2 3 . Then they saw a 4 . 5 appeared! An

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Read again. Match the questions and answers. 1 2 3 4 5

What was the date when this happened? _ What was Karen doing? _ What colour was the alien’s head? _ What colour was the alien’s body? _ Did Peter take a picture? _

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She was having a cup of tea with her friend. It was yellow. It was red. It was Sunday 21 March. No, he didn’t.

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Order the sentences and write the story. a My keys were in my pocket! _ b When we got into the house, I took off my jacket and I heard a noise. _ c While we were waiting in a café across the street, my mum came home. _ d One evening I went to the cinema with my sister. 1 e I phoned my mum but there was no answer. _ f While we were walking home I couldn’t find my keys in my bag. _

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1 Doug bought a raffle ticket / lottery ticket last week. 2 Michelle is his sister / girlfriend. 3 Doug won €1,200 / €120,000. 4 Doug lost / didn’t lose his lottery ticket. 5 He is happy because he always / never wins.

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One afternoon I was walking home from school 1 when / a minute later I heard a noise! I saw two green eyes – it was an alien with two heads! 2 When / A minute later I was in the alien’s spaceship!! It was great. We had breakfast and we went flying in the spaceship. Later in the evening I arrived home safely. 3 In the end / The next day I saw the alien again 4 while / a minute later I was walking to school. I went in the spaceship again. 5 In the end / One afternoon I went with the alien to live on Jupiter.

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Listen again. Complete the sentences. • lucky thing! • impossible! • ’re joking! • way! • believe it!

1 A I won lots of money… B No 2 A That’s amazing, Doug…! B You 3 A Um, guess what? I don’t know where it is. B You 4 A No, I’m not. B I don’t 5 A I think maybe I threw it in the bin. . B That’s You must have it!

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1 The girl with the umbrella is getting on… _ 2 The boy wearing jeans is coming out of… _ 3 There is a man with a laptop walking down… _ 4 Two robbers are going into… _ 5 A woman with pink hair is running up… _ a b c d e

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the bus. the jeweller’s. I’m going to call the police! the escalator. She must be late! the street. Can you see him? the newsagent’s.

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1 There 2 There lots of lights. 3 There 4 There 5 There in the sky.

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Circle the correct option.

I’m reading a brilliant 1 FBI / science fiction book. It’s about two 2 aliens / planets who fly in a 3 NASA / spaceship from their 4 planet / phone to Earth. They are brother and sister who have the same birthday, so they are 5 contact / twins. They land their 6 UFO / NASA outside the White House in Washington DC. They try to make 7 phone / contact with the President. An agent from the 8 FBI / ET investigates the 9 ET / science fiction landing and the aliens invite 10 spaceship / NASA to send a rocket to visit their world millions of miles away.

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five aliens. any sound, but there were a TV camera crew. any police officers. twenty spaceships flying

Complete with the past continuous of the verbs in brackets. 1 2 3 4 5

Correct the words in bold by swapping them. 1 The Lord of the Rings is a very long film. ) in the cinema seats I can’t march ( for three hours! 2 My dad broke his big toe on his left foot and ) on his right leg for a had to sit ( month. 3 Archie has a very comfortable bed. When you ) on it, you don’t want to jogging ( get up! ) in 4 Gary’s doctor told him to go lie ( the park three times a week. 5 Sam is a soldier in London and has to hop ) up and down outside ( Buckingham Palace.

Complete with was, were ( ) or wasn’t, weren’t ( ).

(shop) yesterday afternoon. James (cry) in the garden. The baby (cook) dinner in the kitchen. Mum (read) the newspaper. Dad (play) tennis with Fred. I

Write negative sentences in the past continuous. 1 John was coming out of the florist’s. 2 Luke and Josh were waiting for the bus. 3 The man was carrying a mobile phone. 4 It was raining. 5 The students were studying.

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Complete with the past continuous of the verbs in brackets. 1 (he / write) a science fiction film? 2 (the dog / bark) at the postal worker? 3 (the children / run up) the stairs? 4 (the phone /ring)? 5 Who (you / talk) to in the café?

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Complete with the past continuous form of the verbs in brackets.

Reading / 10 SCI-FI NEWS: Alien Sighting Interview Sci-fi News speaks to Karen Peters about her incredible experience last week. SFN Karen, tell us exactly what happened. Karen Well, it was 3.25 p.m. on Sunday, 21 March, and I was sitting outside Berkley’s Café in the quiet village of Southward. It was a bit cloudy and I was having a cup of tea with my friend, Peter Buyers. Suddenly we heard a strange noise! There was a round, yellow object in the sky! It was a spaceship! SFN Wow! What happened next? Karen The spaceship landed 100 metres from us and an alien got out! It had a red body and a yellow head. There was a strange yellow light everywhere. It was amazing! Peter was looking for his camera when the alien just disappeared. SFN Oh no! Karen We couldn’t believe it!

FBI Agent So Mr Smart, you say that you’ve you met aliens. 1 (dream) it or did it really happen? (walk) Mr Smart It’s all true! I 2 home late from a party last night and it was very dark and quiet. Suddenly, I saw some bright lights (flash). A UFO that 3 landed and three tall aliens got out. They had green skin and they 4 (not wear) any clothes. They told me not to be afraid. 5 they (speak) FBI Agent English, then? I’m sorry, I don’t believe you!

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Complete with the pairs of verbs in the box. • saw / was getting on • told / were sitting • tried / were watching • were asking / landed • were dancing / arrived

1 When I 2

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Penny, she the train. for directions when the They . spaceship the FBI agents about When I in their the spaceship, they van. on the FBI agents’ The aliens . van when the president to make When the president him on TV. contact, we

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Read the text. Complete the information. Karen Peters was in a café in a quiet 1 v with her 2 f . They heard 3 . Then they saw a a strange n 4 5 s . An a appeared!

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Read again. Correct the information. 1 It happened on a Saturday morning. 2 Karen was sitting outside a café having a cup of coffee. 3 The green spaceship landed a long way away from Karen and her friend. 4 The alien’s body was yellow and its head was red. 5 Peter took a picture of the alien.

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• a minute later • in the end • the next day • when • while

One afternoon I was walking home from school 1 I heard a noise! I saw two green eyes – it was an alien with two heads! 2 I was in the alien’s spaceship!! It was great. We had breakfast and we went flying in spacecraft. Later in the evening I arrived I saw the alien home safely. 3 4 I was walking to school. again I went in the spaceship again. 5 I went with the alien to live on Jupiter.

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Write a story about a time you lost your keys. Use the phrases from exercise 1. Use the questions to help you.

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• When were you doing when it happened? • What did you do next? • What happened in the end?

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Listen to the dialogue. True or false?

Doug bought a raffle ticket last week. _ Michelle is his sister. _ Doug won €120,000. _ Doug threw his lottery ticket in the bin. _ Doug’s numbers are the same as the ones in the newspaper. _

Listen again. Complete with the phrases in the box. 6

• I don’t believe it! • No way! • That’s impossible! • You lucky thing! • You’re joking!

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A I won lots of money (…) B A That’s amazing, Doug! B A Um, guess what? I don’t know where it is. B A No, I’m not. B A I think maybe I threw it in the bin. B You must have it!

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Complete with prepositions. 1 The girl with the umbrella is in the queue. the bus. She is getting of 2 The boy wearing jeans is coming the newsagent’s. 3 There is a man with a laptop walking the street. 4 Two police officers are going the jeweller’s. 5 A woman with pink hair is running the escalator.

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Order the letters. Then complete the sentences. a b c d e

1 The Lord of the Rings is a very long film. in the cinema seats for three I can’t hours! 2 My dad broke his big toe on his left foot and on his right leg for had to a month. 3 Archie has a very comfortable bed. on it, you don’t want to When you get up! 4 Gary’s doctor told him to go in the park three times a week. 5 Sam is a soldier in London and has to up and down outside Buckingham Palace.

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Complete with the words in the box. There are two extra words. • aliens • contact • DNA • ET • FBI • NASA • phone • planet • science fiction • spaceship • twins • UFO

I’m reading a brilliant 1 book. It’s who fly in a about two 2 3 from their 4 to Earth. They are brother and sister who have the . They land same birthday, so they are 5 outside the White House in their 6

Washington DC. They try to make 7 with the President. An agent from the 8 landing and the investigates the 9 to send a rocket to aliens invite 10 visit their world millions of miles away.

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Complete with there was, there were, there wasn’t, there weren’t.

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a spaceship in my garden with any sound, but 3 a lot of lights. 4 some TV cameras, three or four, but 5 any police officers. At the end, 6 twenty spaceships not only one! some aliens. 2

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Write sentences in the past continuous. 1 James / shop / yesterday afternoon 2 The baby / cry / in the garden 3 Mum / cook / dinner / in the kitchen 4 Dad / read / the newspaper 5 I / play / tennis / with Fred

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Correct the past continuous sentences. Use the verbs in brackets. 1 The lions were eating a zebra. (sleep) The lions weren’t eating a zebra. They were sleeping. 2 John was coming out of the shop. (going into) 3 Luke and Josh were waiting for the bus. (getting on) 4 The man was carrying a mobile phone. (buy) 5 It was raining. (snow) 6 The students were studying. (eating lunch)

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Write questions in the past continuous. 1 he / write / a science fiction film? Was he writing a science fiction film? 2 what / you / wear / yesterday? 3 the dog / bark at / the postal worker? 4 the children / run up / the stairs? 5 the phone / ring? 6 who / you / talk to / in the café?

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Complete with the past continuous of the verbs in the box. • dream • flash • not wear • speak • walk

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FBI Agent So Mr Smart, you say that you’ve you met aliens. 1 it or did it really happen? home Mr Smart It’s all true! I 2 late from a party last night and it was very dark and quiet. Suddenly, I saw some bright lights that 3 . A UFO landed and three tall aliens got out. They had green skin and they 4 any clothes. They told me not to be afraid. they English, FBI Agent 5 then? I’m sorry, I don’t believe you!

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5 When the president make contact, we him on TV.

(try) to (watch)

Reading / 10 SCI-FI NEWS: Alien Sighting Interview Sci-fi News speaks to Karen Peters about her incredible experience last week. SFN Karen, tell us what happened. Karen Well, it was 3.25 p.m. on Sunday 21 March 2011, I was sitting outside Berkley’s café, having a cup of tea with a friend, Peter Buyers in the quiet village of Southward. It was a cloudy day. Suddenly we heard a strange noise. It came from the sky. We looked up at the clouds and saw something shining. We thought it was a plane. Then there was nothing. A minute later we saw it again. There was a round, yellow object in the sky! It wasn’t a plane – it was a spaceship! SFN Wow! What happened next, Karen? Karen Then it landed only 100 metres away from us. An alien got out of the spaceship! It had a red body and a yellow head. Its eyes were very small but friendly. The alien smiled at us. There was a strange yellow light everywhere! I couldn’t believe it! Peter was looking for his camera but he couldn’t find it. Then suddenly the alien disappeared.

Complete with the past simple or continuous of the verbs in brackets. 1 When I

(see) Penny, she (get on) the train. (ask) for directions 2 They (land). when the spaceship (tell) the FBI agents 3 When I about the spaceship, they (sit) in their van. (dance) on the FBI 4 The aliens agents’ van when the president (arrive). UNIT 5 • Heading Forward Elementary

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Read the text. Complete the information with the correct words. Karen Peters was in a café in a quiet 1 Peter. They heard a strange with her 2 3 . Then they saw a 4 . 5 appeared! An

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Listen to the dialogue. True or false? Correct the false sentences. 6

1 Doug bought a raffle ticket last week. 2 Michelle is his sister.

Read again. Answer the questions.

3 Doug won €1,200.

1 When did this sighting happen?

4 Doug didn’t lose his ticket.

2 What was Karen doing?

5 Doug’s numbers are the same as the ones on TV.

3 What two things were yellow? 4 Was the alien dangerous? Why / not? 5 Did Peter take a picture? Why / not?

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One afternoon, I was walking home from school 1 I heard a noise. I saw two green eyes – it was an alien with two heads! A minute 2 , I was in the alien’s spaceship! It was great. We had breakfast and we went flying in the spaceship. Later in the evening I arrived day, I saw the alien home safely. The 3 4 I was walking to school. I went again , I went in the spaceship again. In the 5 with the alien to live on Jupiter.

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Complete the story with one word in each gap.

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Write a story about a time you lost your keys. Use the expressions in exercise 1. Write about 50 words.

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Listen again. Complete the dialogue.

Doug I won €120,000! 1 Michelle Kelly That’s amazing, Doug…! Michelle 2 Doug Um, guess what? I don’t know where it is. Michelle 3 Doug No, I’m not. 4 Kelly Doug I think maybe I threw it in the bin. Michelle 5 You must have it!

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Read the TV listings. Circle the correct option.

Complete with the words in the box and the electrical appliances. • down • in • of • up (x2)

9.00 Friends Joey and Rachel nearly kiss.

1 Don’t forget to turn the c_ _ _er , or the food will be burnt! the f_ _ _ _ _ 2 Don’t turn f_ _ _ z_ _ or the ice-cream will melt! the d_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 3 Save water! Fill with plates before you use it! 4 I couldn’t use my e_ _ _ _ _ _ _ r_ _ _ _ to . shave because I forgot to plug it 5 Where’s the r_ _ _ _ _ c_ _ _ _ _ _? I want to the volume on the TV because turn I can’t hear it.

10.45 Football Today 1.30 The Big Blue The Pacific Ocean e! 2.30 I’m a Celebrity! Get Me Out Of Her Justin Timberlake isn’t enjoying the island! 4.00 The Ricki Lake Show Mel Gibson and Madonna are tonight’s guests. 4.30 Tom and Jerry Classic animation. 1 The sitcom is at nine o’clock / four o’clock. 2 The sports programme is at quarter to eleven / half past three. 3 The reality show is at half past one / half past two. 4 The chat show is at quarter to eleven / four o’clock. 5 The cartoon is at half past three / half past four.

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Complete the table with the words in the box. • hobby • homework • information • money • programme • sitcom

Countable nouns

Uncountable nouns

Match the words in the box with the description.

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• comedian • director • make-up artist • news reader • weather forecaster

1 This person tells you if it will rain, snow or be sunny. 2 This person’s job is to make people laugh. 3 This person tells you the most important events from around the world. 4 This person uses cosmetics on your face to make you look better on TV. 5 This person is responsible for telling actors what to do.

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Circle the correct option.

London is a great place to visit! There are 1 a lot of / any interesting places to see: Buckingham Palace, the British Museum and Oxford Street. It’s easy to find your way around and there are 2 a lot of / any good guidebooks with maps. There aren’t 3 any / some maps on the streets though. There are 4 some / any Spanish restaurants and there are 5 any / a lot of Indian, Thai and Japanese restaurants. There are 6 any / some great parks to play sport in.

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Complete with How much or How many. 1

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cafés are there in Leicester TV Heaven TV Heaven Magazine met the Carlyle family from Nottingham in England, to discuss their TV watching habits. TV Heaven How much time do you spend watching TV, as a family? Stan We watch a lot of TV. We love it. TV Heaven What about in the morning? Stan In the morning our two children, Paul and Hazel, usually watch cartoons like The Simpsons while they’re eating toast in the living room. So my wife Jessica and I always have music programmes on in the kitchen. We like dancing when we’re putting on the dishwasher or cooking! TV Heaven What about in the evening? Stan After school the kids drink juice and watch TV in their bedrooms. Paul likes drama series like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but Hazel prefers reality shows like Big Brother.

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money do you need a day? information can you find on the Internet about London? museums are there in 4 London? time does it take to walk 5 from Victoria to the Embankment? trains go to Stratford from 6 London every day?

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Circle the correct option.

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1 A How many classes have you got a day? B A lot / None. We’ve got five lessons a day! 2 A How much homework have you got every night? B Not much / Not many. It only takes about an hour. 3 A How many hours do you spend studying at the weekend? B A lot / None. I do it all on weekdays. 4 A How much money do you earn a week? B None / Not much. I deliver newspapers, but it doesn’t pay very well. 5 A How many cars has your family got? B A lot / None. We’ve got ten! 6 A How many TV programmes can you watch after school? B Not much / Not many. My friends watch a lot more TV than I do!

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Complete with much or many. 1 Daniel Craig hasn’t acted in 007 films, but he’s great! 2 I like watching martial arts films, but there on at my local cinema. aren’t cities in Spain. 3 I haven’t seen interest 4 My brother hasn’t got in the news. TV, 5 My dad doesn’t watch he prefers listening to the radio. TV 6 My best friend hasn’t got channels because he hasn’t got satellite TV.

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Read the text. Choose the correct option. 1 What type of text is this? a A magazine article. b A web page. 2 Do the family like watching TV? a Yes, they do. b No, they don’t. 3 Where do Stan’s children watch TV in the morning? a In the living room. b In the kitchen. 4 Where do Stan and Jessica watch TV in the morning? a In the living room. b In the kitchen. 5 Where do Stan’s children watch TV in the evening? a In the living room. b In their bedrooms. UNIT 6 • Heading Forward Elementary

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Read again. True or false? 1 The children watch cartoons while eating their dinner. _ 2 The parents like watching music programmes and dancing. _ 3 Stan and Jessica cook while they’re watching TV. _ 4 The son likes sport programmes best. _ 5 The daughter doesn’t like reality shows. _

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Write about you and your TV habits. Answer the questions.

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3 What are your favourite TV programmes? When are they on?

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1 What does the woman want to wash? a White shorts. b White shirts. 2 What temperature does she need? a 60 degrees. b 16 degrees. 3 What does Jake want to do? a Send a text message. b Record sound. 4 Is it easy for him? a Yes, it is. b No, it isn’t. 5 To start recording, what button does Jake need to press? a Green. b Red.

Complete with because or so.

1 Do you watch a lot of TV every day?

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1 I like laughing I watch a lot of sitcoms. I’m doing a 2 I want to learn Spanish Spanish course. my best 3 I want a TV in my bedroom friend has a TV in his bedroom. 4 I bought a TV for my bedroom I want to watch my favourite programmes from my bed! I can’t send 5 I dropped my phone text messages.

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Listen again. Complete with the words in the box. 7

• navigate • press • select • starts • stop

Dialogue 1 First you press the button at the top (…) Then the temperature you need (…) you 1 Dialogue 2 the key in the middle to 3 the menu. Then select recorder. Then press the recording. When red button and it 4 5 . you’re done, just press 2

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5 What programmes do you hate?

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Complete with the phrasal verbs and the electrical appliances in the boxes.

Read the TV listings. Answer the questions.

• fill up • plug it in • turn down • turn off • turn up

9.00 Friends Joey and Rachel nearly kiss.

• cooker • dishwasher • electric razor • fridge freezer • remote control

10.45 The Ten o’clock News 10.30 Local Weather 10.45 Football Today Five of today’s games.

1 Don’t forget to 2

12.45 The X Factor 1.30 The Big Blue The Pacific Ocean

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e! 2.30 I’m a Celebrity! Get Me Out Of Her Justin Timberlake isn’t enjoying the island!

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4.00 The Ricki Lake Show Mel Gibson and Madonna are tonight’s guests. 4.30 Tom and Jerry Classic animation. 1 What time is the sitcom?

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2 What time is the sports programme?

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4 What time is the chat show? 5 What time is the cartoon?

2 Circle the correct option. 1 This person tells you if it will rain, snow or be sunny: director / weather forecaster 2 This person’s job is to make people laugh: comedian / camera operator 3 This person tells you the most important events from around the world: actor / news reader 4 This person uses cosmetics on your face to make you look better on TV: make-up artist / presenter 5 This person is responsible for telling actors what to do: presenter / director

Countable (C) or uncountable (U)? Complete with a or some. 1 2 3 4 5 6

3 What time is the reality show?

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the or the food will be burnt! the or Don’t the ice-cream will melt! the Save water! with plates before you use it! to shave I couldn’t use my . because I forgot to ? I want to Where’s the the volume on the TV because I can’t hear it.

money _ sitcom _ homework _ hobby _ information _ programme _

Complete with the words in the box. • any • lot of (x2) • many • much • some

London is a great place to visit! There are 1 interesting places to see: Buckingham Palace, the British Museum and Oxford Street. It’s easy to find good your way around and there are a 2 guidebooks with maps – they’re everywhere! There maps on the streets though. There aren’t 3 4 Spanish restaurants, but not many, are great parks to play sports and there are a 5 time to in! The only problem is, there isn’t 6 see everything in a week!

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5 My dad doesn’t watch many TV, he prefers listening to the radio. 6 My best friend doesn’t have many TV channels because he hasn’t got satellite TV.

Complete with How much or How many and the words in the box. • cafés • information • money • museums • time • trains

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go to Stratford from London every day?

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Reading / 10 TV Heaven TV Heaven Magazine met the Carlyle family from Nottingham in England to discuss their TV watching habits. TV Heaven How much time do you spend watching TV, as a family? Stan A lot! We love it. TV Heaven What about in the morning? Stan In the morning my two children, Paul and Hazel, usually watch cartoons like The Simpsons while they’re eating toast in the living room. So my wife Jessica and I always watch music programmes in the kitchen. We like dancing while we’re putting dishes in the dishwasher or cooking! TV Heaven What about in the evening? Stan After school the kids watch TV in their bedrooms. Paul likes drama series like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but Hazel prefers reality shows like Big Brother. And there are some good family programmes in the evening, like Who Wants to be a Millionaire? We all watch that together.

Complete with a lot, not much, not many or none. 1 A How many classes do you have a day? . Five lessons a day! B 2 A How much homework do you have every night? . It only takes an hour. B 3 A How many hours do you spend studying at the weekend? . I do it all on weekdays. B 4 A How much money do you earn a week? . I deliver newspapers, but B they don't pay very well. 5 A How many cars has your family got? . We’ve got ten! B 6 A How many TV programmes can you watch after school? . My friends watch a lot B more TV than I do!

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does it take to walk from Victoria to the Embankment? can you find on the internet about London? to have a nice coffee are there in Leicester Square? are there in London? do you need a day?

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Correct four of the sentences. 1 Daniel Craig hasn’t acted in many 007 films, but I think he’s great! 2 I like watching martial arts films, but there aren’t much on at my local cinema. 3 I haven’t seen much cities in Spain. 4 My brother hasn’t got many interest in the news.

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Read the text. Answer the questions with the words in the box. • bedrooms • Hazel’s • kitchen • living room • magazine article

1 What type of text is this? It’s a . 2 Where do Stan’s children watch TV in the . morning? In the 3 Where do Stan and Jessica watch TV in the . morning? In the UNIT 6 • Heading Forward Elementary

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and why. Paragraph 3: Write about the programmes you watch with your family, when they are on and what they are about.

Read again. Correct the information.

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1 The children watch cartoons while eating their dinner.

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Listen. True or false? Correct the false sentences with the words in the box. 7

2 The parents don’t like watching music programmes and dancing.

• blue • shirts • sixty • video • washing machine

3 Their son likes sport programmes best.

1 In the first conversation they are using a diswasher machine.

4 Their daughter likes drama series. 2 The woman wants to wash white skirts. 5 The family watch a reality show together. 3 She needs a temperature of 16 degrees. 4 Jake wants to record sound in his phone.

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5 The button to start recording is red.

Join the sentences. Use because or so. 1 I like relaxing and laughing. I always choose comedy programmes on TV.

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2 I want to learn Spanish. I’m doing a Spanish course.

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3 I want a TV in my bedroom. My friend has a TV in his bedroom. 4 I bought a TV for my room. I want to watch my favourite programmes from my bed! 5 I dropped my phone. I can’t send text messages.

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• choose • navigate • press • push • select • starts • stop

Dialogue 1 First you press the button at the top (…). Then the temperature you need (…). you 1 Dialogue 2 the key in the middle to 3 the menu. Then select recorder. Then press the recording. When red button and it 4 5 . you’re done, just press 2

Write about you and your TV habits.

Paragraph 1: Write about how much TV you watch every day, number of TVs there are in your house, if you have a TV in your bedroom. Paragraph 2: Write about your favourite TV programmes, when they are on and what they are about; then write about the programmes you hate

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Read the TV listings and answer the questions with the type of programme.

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1 Don’t forget to turn down / plug in the fridge freezer / cooker, or the food will be burnt! 2 Don’t turn down / turn off the remote control / fridge freezer or the ice-cream will melt! 3 Save water! Plug in / Fill up the microwave / dishwasher with plates before you use it! 4 I couldn’t use my electric razor / washing machine to shave because I forgot to plug it in / turn it up. 5 Where’s the microwave / remote control? I want to plug in / turn up the volume on the TV because I can’t hear it.

9.00 Friends Joey and Rachel nearly kiss. 10.45 The Ten o’clock News 10.30 Local Weather 10.45 Football Today Five of today’s games. 12.45 The X Factor 2.00 The Big Blue The Pacific Ocean e! 3.30 I’m a Celebrity! Get Me Out Of Her Justin Timberlake isn’t enjoying the island! 4.00 The Ricki Lake Show Mel Gibson and Madonna are tonight’s guests.

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Complete the words. 1 This person tells you if it will rain, snow or be f sunny: w 2 This person’s job is to make people laugh: c 3 This person tells you the most important events r from around the world: n 4 This person uses cosmetics on your face to make you look better on TV: a m

Complete with a or some. 1 I need money to go to the cinema. sitcom at the moment. 2 I’m watching 3 I can’t play football right now – I’ve got homework to do. programme on TV at 8 p.m. 4 There’s about Ancient Egypt. information about Paris. 5 I’m looking for people prefer documentaries to soap 6 operas, but not many!

4.30 Tom and Jerry Classic animation.

4 What’s on at four o’clock?

Circle the correct option.

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Complete with the words in the box. There’s an extra word.

• any • lot of (x2) • many • much • none • some

London is a great place to visit! There are 1 interesting places to see: Buckingham Palace, the British Museum and Oxford Street. It’s easy to find your way around good guidebooks and there are a 2 with maps – they’re everywhere! There aren’t 3 maps on the streets though. There 4 Spanish restaurants, but not are great parks to many, and there are a 5 play sports in! The only problem is, there isn’t 6 time to see everything in a week! UNIT 6 • Heading Forward Elementary

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Write questions with How much or How many and the prompts. 1 trains / go to Stratford every day 2 time / it take / to walk from Victoria to the Embankment

3 I’ve seen a lot of cities in Spain. 4 He has got a lot of interest in the news. 5 My sister watches a lot of TV. 6 My dad does a lot of cooking.

3 information about London / you can find on the internet 4 cafés / there / be / in Leicester Square

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5 museums / there / be in London 6 money / you need a day

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classes do you have 1 A How a day? . We’ve got five lessons B a day! homework do you 2 A How have every night? . It only takes an hour. B hours do you spend 3 A How studying at the weekend? . I do it all on weekdays. B money do you earn a 4 A How week? . I deliver newspapers, but B they don't pay very well. cars has your family 5 A How got? . We’ve got ten! B TV programmes can 6 A How you watch after school? . My friends watch a lot B more TV than I do!

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Complete with a lot, much, not much, many, not many or none.

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Write negative sentences. Use much or many. 1 Daniel Craig has made a lot of 007 films!

TV Heaven TV Heaven Magazine met the Carlyle family from Nottingham, England to discuss their TV watching habits. TV Heaven How much time do you spend watching TV, as a family? Stan A lot. We love it. TV Heaven What about in the morning? Stan In the morning my two children, Paul and Hazel, usually watch cartoons like The Simpsons while they’re eating toast in the living room. So my wife Jessica and I always watch music programmes in the kitchen. We like dancing when we’re putting on the dishwasher or cooking! TV Heaven What about in the evening? Stan After school the kids drink juice while they’re watching TV in their bedrooms. Paul likes drama series like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but Hazel prefers reality shows like Big Brother. And there are some good quiz shows in the evening, like Who Wants to be a Millionaire? We all watch that together. TV Heaven Do you spend much time surfing the net? Stan Not much. I sometimes check the weather forecasts or news programmes.

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5 I bought a TV for my bedroom. I want to watch films from my bed!

Read the text. Answer the questions. 1 What type of text is this? 2 Where do Stan’s children watch TV in the morning?

6 I dropped my phone. I can’t send text messages.

3 Where do Stan and Jessica watch TV in the morning? 4 Where do Stan’s children watch their TV?

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5 How much time does Stan spend online?

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Write about the TV programmes you and your family like and dislike. Write about 50 words.

Read again. True or false? Correct the false sentences.

Listening

1 The children watch cartoons while eating their dinner.

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2 The parents like watching music programmes and dancing.

1 Which machine are they using in the first conversation?

3 The son likes sports programmes best.

2 What does the woman want to wash?

4 The family watch a TV game show together.

3 What temperature does she need?

5 The father checks sports and weather online.

4 What does Jake want to do? 5 Is it easy for him?

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Join the sentences. Use because and so. 1 I never do much homework. I watch a lot of TV. I never do much homework because I watch a lot of TV. I watch a lot of TV so I never do much homework. 2 I like relaxing and laughing. I always choose comedy programmes on TV.

3 I want to learn Spanish. I’m doing a Spanish course.

4 I want a TV in my bedroom. My friend has a TV in his bedroom.

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Listen again and complete.

Dialogue 1 First you press the button at the top (…). Then you 1 the temperature you need. Dialogue 2 2

the key in the middle to the menu. Then select recorder. Then press the red button and it 4 recording. When you’re done, just press 5 . 3

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Circle the correct option.

Grammar / 30 1

1 The distance / speed from my house to school is only one kilometre / pint. 2 The weight / length of the new car is two pounds / metres. 3 Its top speed / length is 150 kilometres / inches per hour. 4 The highest height / temperature in London last year was 39 miles / degrees. 5 What’s your speed / height? I’m 1 metre 21 miles / centimetres.

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(be) US 1 Barrack Obama president for a maximum of eight years. _ (play) in the 2 Real Madrid Bernabeu stadium this year. _ probably 3 Mobile phones (not replace) computers in the next three years. _ 4 In twenty year’s time, students probably (not have) lessons in classrooms. _ 5 Next year is a leap year so it (have) 366 days. _

Complete the words. 1 How t is the footballer Peter Crouch? It’s 2.01metres (6ft 7inches). is a one Euro coin? 2 How h It’s 7.50 grams. is the Euro Tunnel? 3 How l It’s 50.5km (31.4 miles). is it from Pyongyang to 4 How f Moscow? It’s 6,423km. is an iPad? 5 How w It’s 7.47 inches from side to side. Complete with the verbs in the box. • do • got • have • leave • live

1 When I’m older I don’t want to abroad. 2 The least important thing for me is to lots of money. married when they 3 My parents were twenty-one. university I’m going to 4 When I travel in South America. voluntary work in my 5 I’d like to holidays.

Complete with will and the verbs in brackets. Then say if they are facts (F) or predictions (P).

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Circle the correct option. 1 Will you / You will take exams this year? 2 Jemma will / Will Jemma play football for the school team next year? 3 When will Joseph decide / will decide Joseph what to do? 4 How old your dog will be / will your dog be in ten years’ time? 5 Where Fred will travel / will Fred travel to in February?

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Match the answers to the questions in exercise 3. a b c d e

He’ll be fifteen. _ Yes, I will. _ I think he’ll go to Paris. _ No, she won’t. _ He’ll make a decision after lunch. _

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Complete the diary entry with the years in the box.

Reading / 10

• 2030 • 2025 • 2055 • 2045 • 2020

Future Life Hi. I’m Gemma. I’m from England. What will life in the future be like? Here are some of the things I think will happen in the next ten years: • I think people will probably get married and have children earlier. When I was born my mum was thirty-nine. Now I’m fourteen and she is fifty-three. That’s pretty old! My generation won’t want to be old parents! • Both of my parents went to university and then travelled around Asia, but I think young people will travel less. It will be more expensive to fly. And we’ll want to protect the environment. In next week’s blog, I’m going to write about what my life will be like in ten years’ time. See you then!

28 January 2015 Dear Diary, Today, our teacher asked us to think about the future and to make a list. There are six things on my list. Next year, in 2013, my sister will probably get married. I think that in five years’ time, in 1 __, I’ll probably be at university and live with friends. Ten years from now, in 2 __, I’ll probably travel the world and in the next fifteen years, by 3 __, I’ll be a famous writer. And in thirty years’ time – Wow! That’s in 4 __! – I will probably live in New York. Who knows, in forty year’s time, in 5 __ I will probably be a grandparent and a Nobel Prize winner!

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Order the words to make sentences.

1

1 What type of text is this? It’s an email / a blog. 2 Gemma makes predictions for the next ten / twenty years. 3 How old is Gemma? She is fourteen / sixteen. 4 Gemma writes about having children / getting a job. 5 Gemma doesn’t write about technology / travel.

1 On Tuesday / I’m / fly / going to / a plane 2 My brother / do / sponsored walk / going to / is / this weekend / a

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3 next year / Aren’t / we / study French / going to? 4 dentist / I’m / be / going to / a / not 5 I’m / grow / long / going to / my hair

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Circle the correct option. 1 I am going to / will probably go to the concert on Friday. I bought my ticket yesterday. 2 Tobey Maguire isn’t going to / probably won’t become a professional tennis player. 3 The flight to Miami will / will probably take eight hours. 4 Next year, Grace will / is going to go to University in Oxford. 5 I will probably / will fail my exam!

Read the text. Circle the correct option.

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Read again. True or false? 1 Gemma thinks people will get married younger. _ 2 Gemma thinks people will have children earlier. _ 3 Gemma’s mother is thirty-nine. _ 4 Gemma’s parents went travelling after studying. _ 5 Gemma thinks travelling will become more popular. _

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Jack and Daisy are twins and live near Manchester, England. They are fourteen years old. They go to my school and they are best friends with my brother, Brian, and my sister, Chloe. We’re triplets! 1 All / Some of us (Jack, Daisy, Brian, Chloe and I) are in the same class at school. It’s great. My class is very friendly. At the weekend 2 all / some of us (Jack, Brian, Pete and I) play football for the under-16 team for Congleton Town. The football matches are good fun, but 3 both / some of them are really hard. Our best players are Jack and Pete. 4 Both / All of them scored a lot of goals last year: Jack twenty-one goals, and Pete nineteen goals. 5 All / Some of the team (Jake, Sam and Mark) are also good at running.

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Write about you. Complete the sentences. 1 Next weekend, I think I’ll . 2 Tomorrow I’m going to . 3 In the future people will . 4 When I’m older I’ll .

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Dialogue 2 3 What type of room are they talking about? a A kitchen. b A bathroom. c A bedroom. 4 Which object in the room does he ask about? a The shelves. b The windows. c The carpet. Dialogue 3 5 What objects are the boy and girl talking about? a Suitcases. b Clothes. c Cameras.

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Listen again. Circle the correct option.

Dialogue 1 1 What size is your laptop? It’s about 30 cm wide / long by 20 cm. Dialogue 2 2 It looks big. How big / long is it? It’s about twenty-five metres tall / square metres. 3 How tall are they? They are 2 m 25 cm / 1 m 25 cm tall, and 150 cm wide. Dialogue 3 4 How weight / heavy are yours? Both of mine are eighteen / eight kilos.

at university.

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Complete with the words in the box. • centimetres • degrees • distance • height • kilometre • kilometres • length • metres • speed • temperature

1 The

from my house to school is one . Not far away. of the car is two . Not

2 The too long. 3 Its top Very fast! 4 The highest was 39 5 What’s your .

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is 150

Grammar / 30 1

• be • have • not have • not replace • play

in London last year . Really hot! ? I’m 1 metre 21

1 Barrack Obama US president for a maximum of eight years. _ in the Bernabeu 2 Real Madrid stadium this year. _ probably 3 Mobile phones computers in the future. _ 4 In twenty year’s time, students lessons in classrooms. _ probably 5 Next year is a leap year so it 366 days. _

Order the words to make questions. Then match the answers. 1 Peter / How / is / Crouch / the / tall / footballer? _

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3 long / Euro / is / How / the / Tunnel? _

1 the exams / this / you / year / Will / take?

4 is / it / How / Moscow / from Pyongyang / far / to? _

2 Will / for / Jemima / year / football / the / team / play / next / school?

5 How / an / wide / is / iPad? _

3 what / tomorrow / Joseph / to / will / When / decide / do?

a b c d e

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Complete with will and the verbs in the box. Then say if they are facts (F) or predictions (P).

per hour.

2 Euro / heavy / coin / is / a / one / How? _

money. university I’m going to travel. married when they were twenty-one. voluntary work in my holidays. abroad.

It’s 7.50 grams. It’s 7.47 inches from side to side. It’s 2.01 metres (6ft 7inches). It’s 50.5 km (31.4 miles). It’s 6,423 km.

4 years’ / old / time / How / be / ten / dog / will / in / your? 5 June / travel / in / Where / will / Fred / to?

Match the sentence halves. 1 When I’m older I don’t want to live… _ 2 The least important thing for me is to have… _ 3 My parents got… _ 4 When I leave… _ 5 I’d like to do… _

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Match the answers to the questions in 2. a b c d e

He’ll be fifteen. _ Yes, I will. _ I think he’ll go to Paris. _ No, she won’t. _ He’ll make a decision after lunch. _ UNIT 7 • Heading Forward Elementary

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Complete the text about future predictions with the words in the box.

Reading / 10 Future Life Hi. I’m Gemma. I’m from England. My blog is all about my predictions for the future. Here are some of the things I think will happen in the next ten years: • I think more people will probably get married and also have children earlier. When I was born my mum was thirtynine. Now I’m fourteen and she is fiftythree. That’s pretty old! My generation will want to be young parents. They won’t want to be old when their kids get married and have kids. • Both of my parents went to university and then travelled around the world. I think young people will travel less. It will be more expensive to fly and we’ll want to protect the environment. Also, it will be more dangerous to travel abroad. All of us are scared of terrorism. In next week’s blog, I’m going to write about what my life will be like in ten years’ time. See you then!

• in five years’ time • in forty years’ time • in the next fifteen years • next year • ten years from now

28 January 2015 1

, in 2016, my sister will probably get married. I think that 2 , in 2020, I’ll probably be at university and live with friends. 3 , in 2025, I’ll probably travel the world and 4 by 2030, I’ll be a famous writer. Who knows, 5 , in 2055, I’ll probably be a grandparent and Nobel Prize winner!

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Write sentences with going to. 1 on Tuesday / I / fly / a plane 2 when / your brother / do / a sponsored walk? 3 we / not study / French / next year 4 I / not be / dentist

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5 you / travel to / Australia / with a friend?

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Complete with the correct form of going to, will or will probably. go to the concert on Friday. 1 I I bought my ticket yesterday. become 2 Tobey Maguire a professional tennis player. He prefers acting. take 3 The flight to Miami eight hours. The pilot just said so. go to 4 Next year, Grace University in Oxford. fail my exam! 5 I

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Read the text. Choose the correct option. 1 What type of text is this? a A magazine article. b A blog. c An email. 2 Where is Gemma from? a Germany. b England. c France. 3 How old is Gemma? a Fourteen. b Thirty-nine. c Sixteen. 4 Gemma makes predictions for the next… years. a five b ten c twenty 5 Which topic doesn’t she mention? a Terrorism. b Having children. c Technology.

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Read again. Correct the false information.

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1 Gemma thinks more people will get married older.

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2 Her mother is thirty-nine.

Listen to the three dialogues. Correct the information. 8

Dialogue 1 1 Jack lost an MP3 player.

3 Her parents went travelling before studying. 2 He thinks he lost it in a café. 4 Gemma thinks travelling will become more popular.

Dialogue 2 3 They are talking about a kitchen.

5 She thinks terrorism won’t stop some young people from travelling.

4 He asks about the shelves. Dialogue 3 5 The boy and girl are talking about clothes.

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Complete with some of, all of or both of.

Jack and Daisy are twins and live near Manchester, England. They are fourteen years old. They go to my school, and they are best friends with my brother, Brian, and my sister, Chloe. We’re triplets! 1 us (Jack, Daisy, Brian, Chloe and I) are in the same class at school. It’s great. My class are us very friendly. At the weekend 2 (Jack, Brian, Pete and I) play football for Congleton Town the under-16 team. The football matches are them are really hard. good fun, but 3 Our best players are Jack and Pete. 4 them scored a lot of goals last year: Jack twenty-one the goals, and Pete nineteen goals. 5 team (Sam and Mark) are also good at running.

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Write about you and your friends. Answer the questions.

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Listen again. Complete with the words in the box. 8

• big • heavy • 25 m2 • 30 cm long • 150 cm wide

Dialogue 1 A What size is your laptop? by 20 cm. B It’s about 1 Dialogue 2 A It looks big. How 2 . B It’s about 3 A How tall are they? B They are 2 m 25 cm tall, and 4 Dialogue 3 A How 5

is it?

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are yours?

1 What's your friends’ names? 2 What do you do at the weekends?

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3 What sports do you do with your friends? 4 What are you going to do next weekend?



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Grammar 1

Complete with a measurement. 1 The dis from my house to school is . one ki of the new car is two 2 The le . me is 150 ki 3 Its top sp per hour. in London last year 4 The highest t . Really hot! was 39 d ? I’m 1 metre 5 What’s your h . 21 cen

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2 Jemima / play football / for the school team / next year?

It’s 7.50 grams. It’s 7.47 inches from side to side. He’s 2.01 metres (6ft 7inches). It’s 50.5 km (31.4 miles). It’s 6,423 km.

3 when / Joseph / decide / what to do / tomorrow? 4 how old / your dog / be / in ten years' time? 5 where / Fred / travel to / in February?

Complete with the verbs in the box. Match the sentence halves. • do • got • have • leave • live

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Write questions with will. 1 you / take the exams/ this year?

) is an iPad? _

1 When I’m older I don’t want to 2 The least important thing for me is to … … 3 My parents university … 4 When I voluntary … 5 I’d like to

Complete with will and the verbs in the box. There are two extra verbs. Then say if they are facts (F) or predictions (P).

1 Barrack Obama US president for a maximum of eight years. _ in the 2 Real Madrid Bernabeau stadium this year. _ probably 3 Mobile phones computers in the next three years. _ 4 In twenty year’s time, students lessons in classrooms. _ probably 5 Next year is a leap year so it 366 days. _

) is the footballer Peter ) is a one Euro coin? _ ) is the Euro Tunnel? _ ) is it from Pyongyang to

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• be • have • not be • not have • not replace • play • travel

Correct the words in bold by swapping them. Match with the answers. 1 How far ( Crouch? _ 2 How long ( 3 How tall ( 4 How wide ( Moscow? _ 5 How heavy (



3 …

Match the answers to the questions in exercise 2. a b c d e

He’ll be fifteen. _ Yes, I will. _ I think he’ll go to Paris. _ No, she won’t. _ He’ll make a decision after lunch. _

money. Health is more important. _ I’m going to travel around South America. _ married when they were twenty-one. _ work in my holidays. _ abroad. _ UNIT 7 • Heading Forward Elementary

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Complete with one word in each gap.

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Next year, in 2015, my sister will probably get time, in married. I think that in five 1 2020, I’ll probably be at university and live with now, in 2025, friends. Ten years 2 I’ll probably travel the world and in the 3 fifteen years, by 2030, I’ll be a famous writer. And in thirty years’ time – Wow! That’s in 4 ! – I will probably live in New York. , I’ll Who knows, in forty year’s 5 probably be a grandparent and Nobel Prize winner!

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Future Life Hi. I’m Gemma. I’m from England. My blog is all about my predictions for the future. Here are some of the things I think will happen in the next ten years: • I think more people will probably get married, and also have children earlier. When I was born my mum was thirtynine. Now I’m fourteen and she is fiftythree. When I’m twenty-one, she will be sixty! That’s really old! My generation will want to be young parents. They won’t want to be old when their kids get married and have their own kids. • Both of my parents went to university and then travelled around the world. Many of my mum’s friends lived abroad and some of them did voluntary work. My auntie Caroline went to India and taught English to children. I think young people will travel less. It will be more expensive to fly. And we’ll want to protect the environment. It will also be more dangerous to travel abroad. All of us are scared of terrorism. In next week’s blog, I’m going to write about what my life will be like in ten years' time. See you then!

Write affirmative ( ), negative ( ) or interrogative ( ) sentences with going to. 1 On Tuesday / I / fly / a plane ( ) 2 my brother / do / a sponsored walk / this weekend ( ) 3 we / study / French / next year ( ) 4 I / be / dentist ( ) 5 you / travel to / Australia / with a friend ( )

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Complete with the correct form of going to, will or will probably and the verbs in the box. • become • fail • go (x2) • take

1 I to the concert on Friday. I bought my ticket yesterday. a 2 Tobey Maguire professional tennis player. He prefers acting. eight 3 The flight hours. The pilot just said so. 4 Next year, Grace to University in Oxford. my exam! 5 I

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Read the text. Complete the sentences. 1 This text is a . . 2 Gemma is from 3 Gemma makes predictions for the next years. 4 Gemma's auntie Caroline went to . 5 Gemma predicts it will be to fly.

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Read again. True or false? Correct the false sentences. 1 Gemma doesn’t think more people will get married earlier.

Listening 1

3 Her parents went travelling after studying.

2 Where does he think he lost it? Dialogue 2 3 What type of room are they talking about? 4 Which object in the room does he ask about? Dialogue 3 5 What object are the boy and girl talking about?

Writing / 10 Complete with some of, all of or both of. Jack and Daisy are twins and live near Manchester, England. They are fourteen years old. They go to my school, and they are best friends with my brother, Brian, and my sister, us (Jack, Chloe. We’re triplets! 1 Daisy, Brian, Chloe and I) are in the same class at school. It’s great. My class are very friendly. us (Jack, Brian, At the weekend 2 Pete and I) play football for Congleton Town the under-16 team. The football matches are them are really good fun, but 3 hard. Our best players are Jack and Pete. 4 them scored a lot of goals last year: Jack twenty-one goals, and Pete nineteen the team (Jake, Sam and goals. 5 Mark) are also good at running.

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Dialogue 1 1 What did Jack lose?

5 She thinks terrorism will stop some young people from travelling.

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2 Her mother is sixty.

4 Gemma thinks travelling will become more popular.

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Write about you and your friends. Describe your group of friends, what you do at the weekends, and which sports you do. Use: some of, all of, or both of. Write about 50 words.

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Listen again and complete.

Dialogue 1 A What size is your laptop? B It’s about 30 1

by 20 cm.

Dialogue 2 A It looks big. How 2 . B It’s about 3 A How tall are they? They are 2 m 25 cm tall, and 4 Dialogue 3 A How 5

is it?

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Circle the correct option.

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1 If we go to France on holiday, we will speak / speak French. 2 Jason won’t pass his exam if he will play / plays computer games all night. 3 If you break a mirror, you will have / have got bad luck! 4 If they buy a dog, they will have to / have to walk it every day. 5 If you will throw / throw this coin into the fountain, it’s good luck. 6 I won’t sleep / doesn’t sleep if you tell me ghost stories.

Superstitions are beliefs that certain events or things will bring good or bad 1 luck / snakes. In some countries a broken 2 purse / mirror means seven years of bad luck. It can also mean bad luck to walk under a 3 ladder / fountain. To get good luck in England you should hang a 4 handkerchief / horseshoe on your wall. In Europe, it’s good luck to throw money into a 5 envelope / fountain.

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Complete with the words in the box. • illegal • impatient • impolite • irresponsible • unlucky

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1 It is to drive without a licence. and doesn’t 2 My teacher is like waiting for us to be quiet. because he 3 Gary thinks he is was born on Friday, the 13th. 4 Derek’s parents were because they left him at home alone when he was six years old. not to 5 In some countries it is take your shoes off when entering a house.

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a peace around the world. b against nuclear weapons. c a petition against a new shopping centre in their town. d money to help children all over the world. e on a demonstration against the tax rise.

Complete with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. 1 What (you / wear) if it is hot tomorrow? (you / ask) 2 for help if you can’t do your homework? 3 What (you / be) if it is a fancy dress party? (you / listen) 4 to the radio if the TV is broken? 5 How (you / get) to school if the bus is late? (you / sing) 6 if I play the guitar?

Match the sentence halves. 1 Green Peace fight… _ 2 On Red Nose Day in the UK, people donate… _ 3 The protestors went… _ 4 World Peace Day promotes… _ 5 3,000 people signed… _

Circle the correct option.

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Complete the first conditional sentences. • fail • pass • will • will feel • won’t • won’t want

Jane

What shall we do for the end of the year party? our exams, Louise Well, if we 1 2 like celebrating. we 3 ,we Jane Yes, and if we 4 to celebrate at all. your parents say Louise What 5 if you fail? be happy if Jane They 6 I don’t get at least 70%. Louise Wow! That’s a lot. Let’s organise a big party anyway. UNIT 8 • Heading Forward Elementary

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1 I never buy anything / nothing expensive. 2 Does anything / anybody here own this mobile phone? 3 Somebody / Somewhere must know the answer. 4 Are you going anywhere / nowhere nice for your holiday? 5 I didn’t do nothing / anything exciting for my birthday. 6 Nobody / Anybody saw the thief take the old man’s laptop. Match the sentence halves. 1 2 3 4 5 6

At my school… _ There are parrots… _ My granddad shakes hands with… _ Everything in the shop… _ In my nightmare… _ If everything is OK on the X-ray… _

a b c d e f

everywhere in Costa Rica. looks really old: especially the books. my mum will be out of hospital on Tuesday. everybody is very clever. there were snakes everywhere. everybody he meets.

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Change the world with Mandy If we do a few small things, will we really change the world? Absolutely! And what will happen if we don’t do anything? Well, that will change the world, too. But that’s not the kind of change we want, is it? So here are some things you can do to make the world a better place: • Turn off electrical equipment at night! If you turn off the lights when you go to bed, you’ll save a lot of energy. • Give blood! If you give some blood, you’ll help somebody in hospital get better. • Donate something you don’t want anymore. For example, if you don’t need your old computer, some websites will help you find somebody who does. • Support your local shops. If you buy things locally, like fruit or vegetables, you’ll support local businesses and people. --Mandy--

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Read the blog. Circle the correct option. 1 Mandy wants to change her local shops / the world. 2 It is important to do lots of local / little things. 3 We use less computers / power if we turn off phones, lights, and TVs at night. 4 Giving blood helps people who are in prison / hospital. 5 If we don’t want something, we can save / give it to another person.

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Read again. True or false? 1 We should not turn off the TV at night. _ 2 You should give blood if you want to get better. _ 3 There are websites that help you give things away. _ 4 You can recycle computers. _ 5 You should buy things in shops near you. _

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Read Claire’s website. Put the paragraphs in order. My cause a Hi! I’m Claire and I want people to stop watching TV so much because it creates a lot of problems. 1 b So, if we turn off all our TVs just one day a week, we will be healthier, feel happier and we’ll help save the planet. Will you support my cause? _ c And let’s not forget the environment! Because we use a lot of electricity when we turn on the TV. _ d When people watch so much TV, they stop talking to each other. If they turn off the TV and sit at the table to eat a meal as a family, they will talk and laugh more and they’ll be healthier! _ e Most people watch hours of TV every day. Many even watch TV and eat at the same time. _ f Their eyes will be healthier, too! Looking at the television screen for a long time is bad for our eyes. _

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Write about a cause for a web page. Match the questions and answers. Don’t use plastic shopping bags! There are too many plastic bags. 1 What does this do to the environment? _ 2 What is the first solution? _ 3 What is the second solution? _ 4 What problems are there? _ 5 What can I do to help? _

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Listen to the dialogue. True or false?

1 Samantha and Jack want to do something special for their mum’s birthday. _ 2 Samantha suggests a gold horseshoe for luck. _ 3 They have a lot of money to spend. _ 4 They make a banner with her name. _ 5 They decide to celebrate at home too. _

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Listen again. Circle the correct option.

Samantha Why don’t we do something special to support her? 1 Really? / Like what? Jack Samantha Maybe 2 let’s / we could get her a present for good luck (…) Samantha Well, what 3 do you suggest / about? 4 Let’s / I don’t know … How will she Jack know it’s for her? Jack OK, let’s do that! 5 How about / Could we also make a cake to celebrate at home?

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a If we put plastic bags in the yellow bins, we can recycle them. b Second, don’t take the bags, use plastic bags a few times or use paper bags. c Plastic bags damage the environment. d First, reduce the number of plastic bags we use. e Shops always give plastic bags.

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• fountain • horseshoe • ladder • luck • mirror

1 If we go to France on holiday, we (speak) French. 2 Jason won’t pass his exam if he (play) computer games all night. 3 If you break a mirror, you (have) bad luck! (have 4 If they buy a dog, they to) walk it every day. (throw) this coin into 5 If you the fountain, it’s good luck. (not sleep) if you tell me 6 I ghost stories.

People around the world believe in different superstitions. They think that some things or . In some events bring good or bad 1 countries people believe that a broken 2 brings seven years of bad luck. While in other countries it’s walking under a 3 that’s bad. For some good luck, hang a 4 on your wall if you’re in England, or anywhere in throw money into a 5 Europe.

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Complete the adjectives in the sentences.

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1 It is i_ _ _g_l to drive without a licence. 2 My teacher is _ _p_ _i_ _t and doesn’t like waiting for us to be quiet. 3 Gary thinks he is _ _l_ _ _y because he was born on Friday, the 13th. 4 Derek’s parents were _ _r_ _ _o_ _ _b_e because they left him at home alone when he was six years old. 5 In some countries it is _ _ _o_ _t_ not to take your shoes off when entering a house.

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Complete and circle the correct option. • demonstration • money • petition • posters • wristband

1 This yellow is to celebrate / donate the birth of Marie Curie. to 2 The women collected support / fight against the new AIDS charity. to 3 The protestors went on a ask the government to celebrate / take action against child poverty. to 4 The organisation put up remember / donate the political prisoners. to 5 3,000 people signed a fight against / promote a new supermarket in their town.

Complete the first conditional sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

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Order the words to make questions. 1 will / hot / tomorrow / What / wear / if / it / you / is?

2 you / help / your / homework / can’t / ask / for / do / Will / if / you?

3 be / is / fancy dress / What / will / if / you / the party?

4 radio / TV / if / broken / Will / to / is / you / the / listen / the?

5 school / late / is / will / bus / if / How / you / to / the / get?

6 guitar / sing / play / Will / if / you / I / the?

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Jane

What shall we do for the end of the year party? (pass) our Louise Well, if we 1 2 (feel) like exams, we celebrating. (fail), we Jane Yes, and if we 3 4 (not want) to celebrate at all. your parents Louise What 5 (say) if you fail? (not be) happy Jane They 6 if I don’t get at least 70%. Louise Wow! That’s a lot. Let’s organise a big party anyway.

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• anybody • anything • anywhere • nobody • nothing • nowhere • somebody

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Complete with the words in the box. • everybody (x2) • everything (x2) • everywhere (x2)

1 At my school, is very clever. in Costa Rica. 2 There are parrots he 3 My grandad shakes hands with meets. in the shop looks really old: 4 especially the books. 5 In my nightmare, there were snakes . is OK on the X-ray, my mum will 6 If be out of hospital on Tuesday.

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Change the world with Mandy Hi. I think it’s easy to change the world. If we take action and do lots of little things, we’ll make a lot of important changes to the world. Here are some of my suggestions: • If we turn off all electrical equipment at night when we go to bed, we’ll save a lot of energy. • Most of us can give blood. Hospitals need blood. If we give some blood every year, many sick people in hospital will get better. • Donate things you don’t want. There are lots of websites which ‘recycle’ objects. For example, you can find people who need your old bicycle or computer. • Support your local shops. If you buy things locally, you’ll support local businesses and people. It is a really good idea to buy food from your region or country, like fruit and vegetables. Mandy

Complete with the words in the box. There’s one extra word.

1 I never buy expensive. here own this mobile phone? 2 Does must know the answer. It's not 3 so difficult! nice for your 4 Are you going holiday? exciting for my birthday. 5 I do saw the thief take the old man’s 6 laptop. He was very quick!



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Read Mandy’s blog. Complete the sentences about Mandy’s causes with the words in the box. • area • give • hospital • little • power

I want to change the world: things. 1 It is important to do many if we turn off phones 2 We’ll use less and TVs at night. 3 Giving blood helps people who are in . 4 If you don’t want something, why don’t you it to another person? . Buy their 5 Help the shops in your things.

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Read again. Correct the information. 1 We should turn on mobile phones at night.

5 What can I do to help?

2 We shouldn't give blood every year. 3 You cannot recycle bicycles. 4 You cannot recycle computers.

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5 Do not buy fruit in local shops.

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1 Samantha and Jack want to do something special for their mum’s birthday.

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2 Samantha suggests a gold horseshoe for luck.

Read Claire’s website. Put the paragraphs in order. My cause a I want people to stop watching TV and surfing the internet so much because it creates a lot of problems. 1 b If we turn off all our TVs, computers and phones one day a week, we will feel healthier and happier. Will you support my cause? _ c It is also bad for the environment because we use a lot of electricity when we turn on the TV or look for something on the web. _ d Most of us watch hours of TV every day. But when we do this, we stop talking. We just sit in our chairs. Often we watch TV and eat at the same time. It is not good for us. _ e If people turn off the TV and sit at the table to eat a meal as a family, they will talk and laugh more. This is better for our health. _ f It is also bad for our health if we look at the TV or computer screen for a long time. _

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Write about a cause for a web page. Answer the questions. Don’t use plastic shopping bags! There are too many plastic bags. 1 What does this do to the environment? 2 What is the first solution? 3 What is the second solution?

3 They have a lot of money to spend. 4 They make a banner with her name. 5 They decide to celebrate at home too.

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Listen again. Complete with the phrases in the box. 9

• could • do you suggest • I don’t know • like what • we could

Samantha Why don’t we do something special to support her? 1 ? Jack 2 Samantha Maybe get her a present for good luck. ? Samantha Well, what 3 4 . Jack How will she know it’s for her? Jack OK, let’s do that! 5 we also make a cake to celebrate at home?

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to ask the 3 The protestors went on a against child government to poverty. around 4 The organisation put up the political prisoners. town to to 5 3,000 people signed a a new supermarket in their town.

Complete with the words in the box. There are two extra words. • fountain • horseshoe • ladder • lentils • luck • mirror • superstition

Superstitions are beliefs that certain events or . things will bring good or bad 1 2 In some countries a broken means seven years of bad luck. It can also mean . To bad luck to walk under a 3 get good luck in England you should hang a 4 on your wall. In Europe, it’s good luck to throw money into a 5 .

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Complete with the words in the box. There are two extra words. • celebrate • demonstration • donate • fight against • money • petition • posters • remember • support • take action • wristband • write

1 This yellow is to of Marie Curie. 2 The women collected the new AIDS charity.

the birth

Complete the first conditional sentences with the correct form of the verbs in the box.

1 If we go to France on holiday, we French. 2 Jason won’t pass his exam if he computer games all night. weight. 3 If you don’t eat, you walk it 4 If they buy a dog, they every day. football, he won’t be 5 If he able to come shopping on Saturday morning. if you tell me ghost stories. 6 I

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• have to • lose • not sleep • play (x2) • speak

Correct the words in bold by swapping them and adding a negative prefix from the box.

1 It is lucky ( ) to drive without a licence. ) and 2 My teacher is legal ( doesn’t like waiting for us to be quiet. 3 Gary thinks he is responsible ) because he was born on ( Friday, the 13th. 4 Derek’s parents were polite ) because they left him at ( home alone when he was six years old. 5 In some countries it is patient ) not to take your shoes off ( when entering a house.



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Write first conditional questions using the prompts. 1 what / you wear / if / it be / hot tomorrow? 2 you ask for help / if / you can not do / your homework? 3 what / you be / if / the party be / fancy dress? 4 you listen / to the radio / if / the TV / be broken? 5 how / you get to school / if / the bus be / late? 6 you sing / if / I play / the guitar?

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Jane

What shall we do for the end of year party? our exams, Louise Well, if we 1 like celebrating. we 2 , we Jane Yes, and if we 3 4 to celebrate at all. 5 your parents Louise What if you fail? happy if I don’t Jane They 6 get at least 70%. Louise Wow! That’s a lot. Let’s organise a big party anyway. Complete with any, some or no + body, thing, where.

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expensive. 1 I never buy here own this mobile phone? 2 Does must know the answer. It can't be 3 so difficult. nice for your 4 Are you going holiday? exciting for my birthday. 5 I didn’t do saw the thief take the old man’s 6 laptop. It was very quick.

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Complete with every + body, thing, where. 1 At my school is very clever. in Costa Rica. 2 There are parrots he 3 My granddad shakes hands with meets. in the shop looks really old: 4 especially the books. . 5 In my nightmare there were snakes is OK on the X-ray, my mum will 6 If be out of hospital on Tuesday.

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Change the world with Mandy Hi. I think it’s easy to change the world. If we take action and do lots of little things, we will make a lot of important changes to the world. Here are some of my suggestions: • If we turn off all electrical equipment at night when we go to bed, we’ll save a lot of energy. Did you know that we waste 95% of the electricity that mobiles use when we charge them because we don’t turn off the electricity at the wall when they are ready? • Most of us can give blood. Hospitals need blood. If we give some blood every year, many sick people in hospital will get better. • Donate things you don’t want. There are lots of websites which ‘recycle’ objects. For example, you can find people who need your old bicycle or computer. • Support your local shops. If you buy things locally, you’ll support local businesses and people. It is a really good idea to buy food from your region or country, like fruit and vegetables. --Mandy--

• fail • feel • not be • not want • pass • say

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Read Mandy’s blog. Complete the sentences about Mandy’s causes with the words in the box. There’s an extra word. • area • charity • give • hospital • little • power

Mandy wants to change the world. things. 1 It is important to do many if we turn off phones, 2 We’ll use less lights and TVs at night. 3 Giving blood helps people who are in . 4 If you don’t want something, why don’t you it to another person? . Buy their 5 Help the shops in your things.

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Read again. True or false? Correct the false sentences.

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1 We should not turn off mobile phones at night.

Write a text for a web page. Choose this or another ‘cause’. Write about 50 words. Don’t use plastic shopping bags! • What’s the problem? • What does this do to the environment? • What are first solutions? • What can I do to help?

2 We waste more than half of the energy mobile phones use when we charge them. 3 We should give blood once every two years. 4 You can recycle bicycles.

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5 Do not buy fruit locally.

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1 What is Samantha and Jack’s mum going to do this weekend?

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2 What do they want to do her?

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Read Claire’s website. Correct the order of the paragraphs when necessary.

3 What does Samantha suggest first?

My cause a I want people to stop watching TV and surfing the Internet so much because it creates a lot of problems. b If we turn off all our TVs, computers and phones one day a week, we will feel healthier and happier. Will you support my cause? c It is also bad for the environment because we use a lot of electricity when we turn on the TV or look for something on the web. d Most of us watch hours of TV every day. But when we do this, we stop talking. We just sit in our chairs. Often we watch TV and eat at the same time. It is not good for us. e If people turn off the TV and sit at the table to eat a meal as a family, they will talk and laugh more. This is better for our health. f It is also bad for our health if we look at the TV or computer screen for a long time.

4 Why can’t they buy her something in gold?

1 a ( ) 2 f (_) 3 d (_) 4 c (_) 5 b (_) 6 e (_)

5 What are they finally going to do?

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Listen again and complete.

Samantha Why don’t we do something special to support her? 1 Jack Samantha Maybe 2 get her a present for good luck (…) Samantha Well, what 3 ? 4 … Jack How will she know it’s for her? Jack OK, let’s do that! 5 we also make a cake to celebrate at home?

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1 I’m a hairdresser / shop assistant. I cut people’s hair. 2 I’m a vet / waiter. I work in an animal hospital. I look after sick pets. 3 I’m an architect / engineer. I design and repair machines. 4 I’m an architect / engineer. I design buildings. 5 I’m a shop assistant / social worker. I help families and people who have problems.

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Complete with the words in the box.

(wash) the car. 1 Mike (cook) dinner for 2 They everyone. (not stay) in a five-star hotel. 3 I (rain) a lot today. 4 It (live) in five 5 Neil and I different countries.

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Complete with been or gone. 1 There’s no food in the house so mum and to the supermarket. dad have They’ll be home soon. to the post office this morning 2 I’ve and I posted your letters. to Mexico on 3 Suzie and Kate have holiday. They come back on Wednesday. 4 Pete doesn’t want to go to London next year there before. because he’s to her 5 Ella isn’t here because she’s dance class.

Order the letters to complete the sentences. 1 My dad loves eating (naslis), but I hate them. (mepo) 2 My boyfriend wrote a about me! He’s so romantic. 3 We entered the competition and we won first (ziper)! 4 In this photo, we’re on a (lorrel recotas) in Port Aventura! 5 Rick works on the TV news so he speaks to a (sumofa) people. lot of

Circle the correct option. 1 I’ve listened / listend to the new CD. 2 Eoin Colfer has writen / written six Artemis Fowl books. 3 I haven’t had / haved lunch today. 4 We’ve never studied / studyed this before. 5 All the guests have leaved / left.

• doctor • journalist • librarian • sailor • teacher

I’ve had many jobs in my life and have not been good at any of them. When I was eighteen, but I was always I joined the navy as a 1 feeling seasick. So I decided to become a 2 , but discovered that I didn’t like for a while, children! I tried being a 3 but didn’t enjoy writing, so I thought I’d help , but I hate sick people and become a 4 5 , but I the sight of blood. Now I’m a think my job is boring because I’m not keen on reading!

Complete with the present perfect of the verbs in brackets.

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Order the words to make present perfect questions. 1 met / many / students / How / have / we ? 2 in / office / worked / ever / Have / you / an ? 3 Michael / to / library / gone / Why / the / has ? 4 the / we / lesson / have / today / What / in / learnt ? 5 Have / eaten / you / ever / sushi ?

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1 Have you made your bed? (no / I)

Uncle Roger My uncle Roger is working as a journalist at the moment, but he’s had lots of different jobs in his life. Before he was a journalist, he was a computer programmer. He made lots of money, but he thought it was boring. When he was at school, he was a shop assistant in his parent’s shop. Then, at university, he worked as a waiter in a hotel. He met my aunt Jackie there and they’ve been married for fifteen years! After university, he went to Australia and he worked as a chef in a restaurant in Sydney. Unfortunately, the restaurant closed because of his terrible cooking! So then he worked as a mechanic, but he didn’t make any money and he became a computer programmer instead.

2 Have Frank and Ben got up? (yes / they) 3 Has the computer stopped working? (no / it) 4 Have you and I spoken about the problem? (yes / we) 5 Has Tom gone home? (no / he)

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Write just in the correct position. 1 I’ve cleaned the floor.

2 My brothers have joined the tennis club.

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1 journalist 2 3 4 5 6

3 Amanda’s lost her job.

4 I’ve sent you an email.

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Read the text. Find six jobs.

Read again. True or false? 1 Roger wasn’t happy as a computer programmer. _ 2 Roger’s father and mother had a shop. _ 3 When he was at school, Roger was a waiter. _ 4 Jackie is Roger’s sister. _ 5 Roger is a really good cook. _

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Circle the correct option. 1 Miss Samson helped me a lot at school. I passed my exams because / because of her. 2 Mr Thomas is the best Maths teacher because / because of he explains things really clearly. 3 My English grammar is really good because / because of Miss Young’s lessons. 4 Mr Ball is my favourite sports teacher because / because of we always play football in his class. 5 Everyone says Miss Paulson’s lessons are really good fun because / because of her great sense of humour.

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You can nominate one teacher from your school for the Teacher of the Year award. Write a nomination for the award by completing the sentences. I’d like to nominate my teacher for the Teacher of the Year award.

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Listen to Diana in a martial arts club. Circle the correct option. 10

Diana Smith 1 2 3 4 5

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Age: 14 / 15 Height: 1 metre 55 / 1 metre 65 Membership period: 6 months / 12 months Membership type: individual / family Total cost: £80 / £90 10

Listen again. Complete the sentences.

1 Diana wants to become a member of the Martial Arts Club. She has got a belt in judo. School. 2 Diana goes to Long today. 3 It’s Diana’s Diana’s going to a theme 4 On park. 5 Diana wants her membership to start .

2 My teacher is the best teacher in the school because

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4 But it’s not just that. My teacher also

5 My teacher deserves the award because

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Match the sentences. 1 2 3 4 5

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3 I not have stayed in a five-star hotel.

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Complete with the words in the box. • famous • poem • prize • roller coaster • snails

1 I never eat . I don’t like them. about 2 I’m going to write a the sun and the moon. in the 3 We won a competition! when we’re 4 I want to go on a at the theme park. 5 My dad worked in TV and he knows lots people. of

Correct the words in bold. 1 I’ve forgotted my mobile phone.

Complete the jobs in the text. I’ve had many jobs in my life and have not been good at any of them. When I was eighteen, I joined the navy as a 1 s_ _ _ _r , but I was always feeling seasick. So I decided to become a 2 _ _ _c_ _r, but discovered that I didn’t like children! I tried being a 3 j_ _r_ _ _ _s_ for a while, but didn’t enjoy writing, so I thought I’d help sick people and become a 4 _ _ _t_ _, but I hate the sight of blood. Now I’m a 5 l_ _ _a_ _a_, but I think my job is boring because I’m not keen on reading!

Correct the sentences.

2 They’ve cook dinner for everyone.

a I design buildings.

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1 Mike have cleaned the floor.

I’m a vet. _ I’m an engineer. _ I’m an architect. _ I’m a lawyer. _ I’m a social worker. _

b I help families and people who have problems. c I work in an animal hospital. I look after sick pets. d I design and repair machines. e I’m a legal expert. I defend people in court.



2 Eoin Colfer has writen six Artemis Fowl books. 3 I haven’t swam in the sea today. 4 We’ve taked out the rubbish. 5 All the guests have leaved.

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Circle the correct option. 1 Mum and Dad have been / gone to the supermarket. They’ll be home soon. 2 I’ve been / gone to the post office and I posted your letters. 3 Suzie and Kate have been / gone to Mexico on holiday. They come back on Wednesday. 4 Pete doesn’t want to go to London because he’s been / gone there before. 5 Ella isn’t here because she’s been / gone to her dance class.

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Complete with the present perfect of the verbs in brackets.

Reading

Uncle Roger My uncle Roger is working as a journalist at the moment but he’s had loads of different jobs in his life. Before he was a journalist, he was a computer programmer. He made lots of money, but he thought it was boring. When he was at school, he was a shop assistant in his parent’s shop. Then, at university, he worked as a waiter in a hotel. He met my aunt Jackie there. They’ve been married for fifteen years! After university, he went to Australia because Jackie was from Sydney. He worked as a chef in a restaurant for six months, but the restaurant closed because of his terrible cooking! Then, he worked as a mechanic for seven years, but he didn’t make any money. So he became a computer programmer instead.

1 How many students (we / meet)? 2 (you / ever / work) in an office? 3 Why (Michael / go) to the library? 4 What (we / learn) in the lesson today? 5 (you / ever / eat ) sushi?

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1 Has Lisa made her bed? a No, she hasn’t. b Yes, she have. 2 Have Frank and Ben got up? a No, he hasn’t. b No, they haven’t. 3 Has the computer stopped working? a Yes, it haven’t. b No, it hasn’t. 4 Have you and Tom spoken about the problem? a Yes, we have. b No, we hasn’t. 5 Has Tom gone home? a Yes, he have. b Yes, he has.

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Read the text. Order the jobs uncle Roger has done along his life. a b c d e f

Correct four of the sentences. 1 Don’t come into the kitchen! I’ve cleaned the floor just.

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shop assistant 1 computer programmer _ journalist _ mechanic _ chef _ waiter _

Read again. True or false? Correct the false sentences.

2 My brothers have joined just the tennis club.

1 Roger wasn’t happy as a computer programmer.

3 There’s some bad news. Amanda’s just lost her job.

2 Roger’s father and mother had a shop.

4 Just I’ve sent you an email about the party on Saturday.

3 When he was at school, Roger was a waiter. 4 Jackie is Roger’s sister.

5 He looks tired because he just has got up. 5 Roger is a really good cook.

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Listening / 10

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Complete the sentences with because or because of. 1 Miss Samson helped me a lot at school. her. I passed my exams 2 Mr Thomas is the best Maths teacher he explains things really clearly. 3 My English grammar is really good Miss Young’s lessons. 4 Mr Ball is my favourite sports teacher we always play football in his class. 5 Everyone says Miss Paulson’s lessons are her great sense really good fun of humour.

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You can nominate one teacher from your school for the Teacher of the Year award. Answer the questions.

Listen to Diana in a sports club. Circle the correct option. 10

Diana Smith 1 Age: 14 / 15 / 16 2 Height: 1 metre 55 / 1 metre 60 / 1 metre 65 3 Membership period: 6 months / 12 months / 18 months 4 Membership type: individual / school / family 5 Total cost: £80 / £90 / £100

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10 Listen again. Correct the mistakes in the sentences.

Diana wants to become a member of the Martial Arts Club. 1 She’s got a red belt in judo. 2 She goes to Long Lane School.

I want to nominate . 1 Why do you admire him/her?

2 Why is your teacher the best in the school?

3 It’s her birthday tomorrow. 4 On Saturday she’s going to a disco with her friends. 5 She’d like the membership to start next week.

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3 Do people like your teacher? Why?

4 Give another example of something you admire about your teacher.

5 What useful things have you learnt from your teacher?

Speaking / 10

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Read the descriptions. Complete the jobs.

Grammar 1

1 I cut people’s hair. hair_ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2 I work in an animal hospital. I look after sick pets. v_ _ 3 I’m a legal expert. I defend people in court. la_ _ _ _ 4 I design buildings. ar_ _ _ _ _ _ _ 5 I help families and people who have problems. so_ _ _ _ wo_ _ _ _



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Correct four of the sentences. 1 Mike have cleaned the floor. 2 They’ve cooked dinner for everyone. 3 I not have stayed in a five-star hotel. 4 We’ve lived in five different countries. 5 I’ve studyed some French words.

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Order the letters to complete the text. I’ve had many jobs in my life and have not been good at any of them. When I was eighteen, I joined the navy as a 1 (asoril), but I was always feeling seasick. So I decided to become a 2 (earchet), but discovered that I didn’t like children! I tried being a 3 (lionstaruj) for a while, but didn’t enjoy writing, so I thought I’d help sick (oodcrt), people and become a 4 5 but I hate the sight of blood. Now I’m a (brainrail), but I think my job is boring because I’m not keen on reading!

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Complete with the words in the box. There are two extra words. • famous • poem • prize • roller coaster • snails • public • Valentine’s card

1 I never eat . I don’t like them. about 2 I’m going to write a my grandmother and her garden. in the 3 We won a competition! when we’re 4 I want to go on a at the theme park. 5 My dad worked in TV and he knows lots people. of

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Complete with the past participle of the verbs in brackets. (sell) a lot of our old DVDs on 1 We’ve eBay. (write) six Artemis 2 Eoin Colfer has Fowl books. (win) an Oscar 3 Javier Bardem has (eat) sushi. 4 I’ve never (do) the 5 Keith and Dan have washing-up.

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Choose the correct sentence, a or b. 1 a Mum and Dad have been to the supermarket. They’ll be home soon. b Mum and Dad have gone to the supermarket. They’ll be home soon. 2 a I’ve been to the post office and I posted your letters. b I’ve gone to the post office and I posted your letters. 3 a Suzie and Kate have been to Mexico on holiday. They come back on Wednesday. b Suzie and Kate have gone to Mexico on holiday. They come back on Wednesday. 4 a Pete doesn’t want to go to London because he’s been there before. b Pete doesn’t want to go to London because he’s gone there before. 5 a Ella isn’t here because she’s been to her dance class. b Ella isn’t here because she’s gone to her dance class. UNIT 9 • Heading Forward Elementary

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Write present perfect questions.

Reading / 10

1 how many / students / we / meet? Uncle Roger My uncle Roger has had loads of different jobs! At the moment he’s working as a journalist for a computer magazine. He lives in Australia and he works from home. Before he was a journalist, he was a computer programmer. He made lots of money in that job, but he thought it was boring. When he was at school, he worked as a shop assistant in his parent’s shop. Then, while he was at university, he worked as a waiter in a hotel. He met my aunt Jackie there and they’ve been married for fifteen years! After university, he went to Australia because Jackie was from Sydney. He worked as a chef in a restaurant for six months, but the restaurant closed because of his terrible cooking! Then, he worked as a mechanic for seven years, but he didn’t make any money. So he became a computer programmer instead.

2 you / ever / work / in an office? 3 why / Michael / go / to the library? 4 what / we / learn / in the lesson today? 5 you / ever / eat / sushi?

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Write short answers. 1 2 3 4

Has Lisa made her bed? . No, Have Frank and Ben got up? . No, Has the computer stopped working? . Yes, Have you and Tom spoken about the problem? . Yes, 5 Has Tom got home? . Yes,

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Order the words to make sentences.

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1 I / floor / 've / just / cleaned / the

2 joined / club / My / have / the / tennis / brothers / just

3 has / job / just / her / Amanda / lost

4 the / Saturday / email about / on / just / party / 've / sent / you / an / I

5 just / because / up / He / he / got / tired / has / looks

Read the text. Are the jobs in the correct order? Correct any mistake.

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shop assistant mechanic _ computer programmer _ chef _ waiter _ journalist _

Read again. Answer the questions. 1 Did Roger enjoy working as a computer programmer? Why / not? 2 Who was his boss when he was at school? 3 Is Jackie British? 4 Is Roger a good cook? 5 How long was Roger a mechanic? UNIT 9 • Heading Forward Elementary

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Writing / 10

Listening

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Rewrite the sentences using the words in brackets. 1 I love Mr Hill’s lessons. They are really interesting. (because) I love Mr Hill’s lessons



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Listen to Diana in a martial arts club. Complete the information. 10

Diana Smith 1 2 3 4 5

. 2 Miss Samson helped me a lot at school. I passed all my exams. (because of ) I passed all my exams . 3 Mr Thomas is the best Maths teacher. He explains things really clearly. (because) Mr Thomas is the best teacher

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Age: Height: Membership period: Membership type: Total cost: £ 10w

Listen again. Answer the questions.

1 Which martial art does Diana do? And what colour belt has she got? .

4 My English grammar is really good. Miss Young’s lessons were excelent. (because of ) My English grammar is really good . 5 Miss Paulson’s lessons are really good fun. She has a great sense of humour. (because of ) Miss Paulson’s lessons are really good fun .

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2 What is the name of Diana’s school?

3 Why is it a special day for Diana?

4 Where is the party on Saturday?

5 When does Diana’s membership start?

You can nominate one teacher from your school for the Teacher of the Year award. Write a nomination for the award, using this plan. Write about 50 words. • Who do you nominate? What does he/she teach? • Why do you like him/her? • Why does he/she deserve the award?

Speaking / 10

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Diagnostic test Student A

Student B

You and Student B are going to talk about your favourite celebrity. Think of your favourite film star and answer Student B’s questions. If Student B hasn’t got any questions, help him/her with extra information.

You and Student A are going to talk about your favourite celebrity.

Who is Student B’s favourite music star? Now change roles. You try to guess Student B’s famous person, who is a music star. Ask Student B: • where he/she comes from • what the star looks like • why he/she likes this star • what his/her favourite song is and why • what else he/she knows about the star’s life You can use these expressions: Where does… come from? What does… look like? Why do you like…?

Who is Student A’s favourite film star? Try to guess who the famous person is. Ask Student A: • where he/she comes from • what the star looks like • why he/she likes this star • what his/her favourite film is (with this star) and why • what else he/she knows about the star’s life You can use these expressions: Where does… come from? What does… look like? Why do you like…? B Is it a man or a woman? Now change roles. Think of your favourite music star and answer Student A's questions.

A Is it a man or a woman?

Unit Test 1 - Reinforcement Student A

Student B

Complete the table about yourself. Then talk with your partner. Complete the table for your partner.

Complete the table about yourself. Then talk with your partner. Complete the table for your partner.

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You

Student B

town you are from favourite school subject favourite hobby how often you go shopping what you do at the weekend something you hate

You

Student A

town you are from favourite school subject favourite hobby how often you go shopping what you do at the weekend something you hate

You can use these expressions: Really? I do too. I don’t How about you? Not much. What about you?

You can use these expressions: Really? I do too. I don’t How about you? Not much. What about you?

A Where are you from?

B Where are you from?

B I’m from…

A I’m from…

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Unit Test 1 - Consolidation Student A

Student B

Complete the table about yourself. Then talk with your partner. Complete the table for your partner.

Complete the table about yourself. Then talk with your partner. Complete the table for your partner.

You

Student B

town you are from favourite school subject favourite hobby how often you go shopping what you do at the weekend something you hate

You

Student A

town you are from favourite school subject favourite hobby how often you go shopping what you do at the weekend something you hate

You can use these expressions: Really? I do too. How about you? Not much.

You can use these expressions: Really? I do too. How about you? Not much.

A Where are you from? B I’m from…

B Where are you from? A I’m from…

Unit Test 1 - Extension Student A

Student B

Complete the table about yourself. Then talk with your partner. Complete the table for your partner.

Complete the table about yourself. Then talk with your partner. Complete the table for your partner.

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Student B

You

town you are from favourite school subject favourite hobby how often you go shopping what you do at the weekend something you hate

town you are from favourite school subject favourite hobby how often you go shopping what you do at the weekend something you hate

A Where are you from? B I’m from…

B Where are you from? A I’m from…

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Unit Test 2 - Reinforcement Student A

Student B

Student B is your son or daughter. Ask him/her to go shopping and get these things for you: • five pink flowers • a newspaper • some bread

Student A is your dad or mum. Listen to him/her and write a shopping list.

Shopping list

You can use these expressions: Can you… ? Could you… ? A Can you get me five pink flowers? B Yes, of course. Now you are the shop assistant and Student B is the customer. Answer the customer’s requests. A Can I help you? B Yes, I'm looking for…

You can use these expressions: Yes, of course. Sure. No problem. else?

Anything

A Can you get me five pink flowers? B Yes, of course. Now you are the customer and Student A is the shop assistant in each shop. Ask for the things on your shopping list. A Can I help you?

B Yes, I'm looking for…

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Unit Test 2 - Consolidation Student A

Student B

Student B is your son or daughter. Ask him/her to go shopping and get these things for you: • five pink flowers • cough medicine (for a baby 12–24 months) • a newspaper • some bread

Student A is your dad or mum. Listen to him/ her and write a shopping list.

Shopping list

You can use these expressions: Can you… ? Could you… ? A Can you get me five pink flowers? B Yes, of course. Now you are the shop assistant and Student B is the customer. Answer the customer’s requests. A Can I help you? B Yes, I'm looking for…

You can use these expressions: Yes, of course. Sure. No problem. else?

Anything

A Can you get me five pink flowers? B Yes, of course. Now you are the customer and Student A is the shop assistant in each shop. Ask for the things on your shopping list. A Can I help you?

B Yes, I'm looking for…

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Unit Test 2 - Extension Student A

Student B

Student B is your son or daughter. Ask him/her to go shopping and get these things for you: • five pink flowers • cough medicine (for a baby 12–24 months) • three more things (you decide)

Student A is your dad or mum. Listen to him/ her and write a shopping list.

Shopping list

You can use these expressions: Can you… ? Could you… ? A Can you get me five pink flowers? B Yes, of course. Now you are the shop assistant and Student B is the customer. Answer the customer’s requests. A Can I help you? B Yes, I'm looking for…

You can use these expressions: Yes, of course. Sure. No problem. Anything else? A Can you get me five pink flowers? B Yes, of course. Now you are the customer and Student A is the shop assistant in each shop. Ask for the things on your shopping list. A Can I help you?

B Yes, I'm looking for…

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Unit Test 3 - Reinforcement Student A

Student B

You want to take a train from London to York. Ask Student B (the assistant) for information about the trip and buy a ticket. Student B starts the conversation. You want: • a single ticket • to leave on Saturday at 10 a.m.

You are the assistant at a train station. Student A is your customer. Start the conversation and answer Student A’s questions. Use this information:

You can use these expressions: Can I have…? I’d like… How much is…? B Hello. Can I help you? A Yes, thanks. I want to go to York.

Depart

Arrive

Price single

London 8.30 a.m.

York 11.00 a.m.

£72.50 before 9 a.m.

London 10.30 a.m.

York 1.50 p.m.

£32.50 after 9 a.m.

You can use these expressions: Can I help you? What time…? Would you like…? It’s… B Hello. Can I help you? A Yes, thanks. I want to go to York.

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Unit Test 3 - Consolidation Student A

Student B

You want to travel from London to York. Ask Student B (the assistant) for this information and buy a ticket.

You are the assistant at a train station. Answer Student A’s questions. Use this information:

• a return to York • to leave: Saturday 10 a.m. • to return: Monday 5 p.m. You can use these expressions: Can I have…? I’d like… How much is…? B Hello. Can I help you? A Yes, thanks. I want to go to York.

London to York York to London Depart Arrive Depart Arrive 8.30 a.m. 11.00 a.m. 2.00 p.m. 5.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m. 1.50 p.m. 4.30 p.m. 7.30 p.m.

Before 9.00 a.m. After 9.00 a.m.

Price single

Price return

£72.50

£78.50

£32.50

£37.50

You can use these expressions: Can I help you? What time…? Would you like…? It’s… B Hello. Can I help you? A Yes, thanks. I want to go to York.

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Unit Test 3 - Extension Student A

Student B

You want to travel from London to York. Ask Student B (the assistant) for this information and buy a ticket.

You are the assistant at a train station. Answer Student A’s questions. Use this information:

• a return to York • to leave: Sat 8 a.m. Return: Mon 5 p.m. • ask for prices • earlier return possible from York B Hello. Can I help you? A Yes, thanks. I want to go to York.

London to York York to London Depart Arrive Depart Arrive 8.30 a.m. 11.00 a.m. 2.00 p.m. 5.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m. 1.50 p.m. 4.30 p.m. 7.30 p.m.

Before 9.00 a.m. After 9.00 a.m.

Price single

Price return

£72.50

£78.50

£32.50

£37.50

B Hello. Can I help you? A Yes, thanks. I want to go to York.

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Unit Test 4 - Reinforcement Student A

Student B

You are friends with Student B. He/She doesn’t look happy. Ask him/her about his/her problem.

You are friends with Student A. You’re not happy. Tell him/her about your problem.

• Ask Student B what’s wrong. • Make two suggestions to help him/her. Now change roles. Tell Student B about your problem. • You want to go on holiday with your friends but you have no money. You can use these expressions: What’s the problem? What’s wrong? Why don’t you…? How about…? A Hi, (Student B). What’s wrong? B Well, I’m going to a party tonight but…

• You’re going to a party tonight but you have nothing to wear. Now change roles. Ask Student A about his/her problem. • Ask Student A what’s wrong. • Make two suggestions to help him/her. You can use these expressions: What’s the problem? What’s wrong? Why don’t you…? How about…? B Hi, (Student A). What’s wrong? A Well, I’m going to a party tonight but…

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Unit Test 4 - Consolidation Student A

Student B

You are friends with Student B. He/She doesn’t look happy. Ask him/her about his/her problem.

You are friends with Student A. You’re not happy. Tell him/her about your problem.

• Ask Student B what’s wrong. • Make suggestions to help him/her. You can use these expressions: What’s the problem? What’s wrong? Why don’t you…? How about…? A Hi, (Student B). What’s wrong? B Well, I’m going to a party tonight but… Now change roles. Tell Student B about your problem. • You want to go on holiday with your friends but you have no money.

• You’re going to a party tonight but you have nothing to wear. Now change roles. Ask Student A about his/her problem. • Ask Student A what’s wrong. • Make suggestions to help him/her. You can use these expressions: What’s the problem? What’s wrong? Why don’t you…? How about…? B Hi, (Student A). What’s wrong? A Well, I’m going to a party tonight but…

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Unit Test 4 - Extension Student A

Student B

You are friends with Student B. He/She doesn’t look happy. Ask him/her about his/her problem.

You are friends with Student A. You’re not happy. Tell him/her about your problem.

• Ask Student B what’s wrong. • Make suggestions to help him/her. A Hi. What’s wrong? B Well, I’m going to a party tonight… Now change roles. Tell Student B about your problem. • You want to go on holiday with your friends but you have no money.

• You’re going to a party tonight but you have nothing to wear. Now change roles. Ask Student A about his/her problem. B Hi. What’s wrong? A Well, I’m going to a party tonight…

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Unit Test 5 - Reinforcement Student A

Student B

Tell Student B a story. Use this information: went to school lost keys visited neighbours no answer phoned friends, sister, mum, etc. no answer went to police station they opened the door then found keys! in my pocket!!!

Listen and react to Student A’s story.

Now change roles. Listen and react to Student B’s story. You can use these expressions: One day Then In the end You’re joking! I don’t believe it! No way! A One day I lost my keys… B No way!

Now change roles. Tell Student A a story. Use this information: walking home from school heard a noise saw two green eyes: alien with two heads went to alien’s spaceship had breakfast went flying in spacecraft arrived home safely You can use these expressions: One day Then In the end You’re joking! I don’t believe it! No way! B One day I saw an alien…. A You’re joking!

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Unit Test 5 - Consolidation Student A

Student B

Tell Student B a story. Use this information: • Talk about a time you lost your keys. • Where were you? • What did you do? • What happened in the end?

Listen and react to Student A’s story.

Now change roles. Listen and react to Student B’s story.

Now change roles. Tell Student A a story. Use this information: • Talk about a UFO experience. • Where were you? • What did you do? • What happened in the end?

You can use these expressions: One day Then In the end You’re joking! I don’t believe it! No way!

You can use these expressions: One day Then In the end You’re joking! I don’t believe it! No way!

A One day I lost my keys… B No way!

B One day I saw an alien…. A You’re joking!

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Unit Test 5 - Extension Student A

Student B

Tell Student B a story. Use this information: • Talk about a time you lost your keys. • Where were you? • What did you do? • What happened in the end?

Listen and react to Student A’s story.

Now change roles. Listen and react to Student B’s story.

Now change roles. Tell Student A a story. Use this information: • Talk about a UFO experience. • Where were you? • What did you do? • What happened in the end?

A One day I lost my keys… B No way!

B One day I saw an alien… A You’re joking!

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Unit Test 6 - Reinforcement Student A

Student B

Your family bought your grandmother a mobile phone for her birthday. Student B is your grandmother. Tell her how to save a telephone number. Student B starts the conversation.

You are Student A’s grandmother. You received a mobile phone for your birthday and you want to know how to save a telephone number. You start the conversation.

Now you are Student B’s grandfather. You’ve just received a computer for your birthday. Find out how to send an email. You start the conversation. You can use these expressions: Press Display Select Navigate How do you…? B How do you save a phone number? A Well, first you press…

Now Student A is your grandfather. Your family gave him a computer for his birthday to help stay in touch. He wants to know how to send an email. Student A starts the conversation. You can use these expressions: Press Display Select Navigate How do you…? B How do you save a phone number? A Well, first you press…

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Unit Test 6 - Consolidation Student A

Student B

Your family bought your grandmother a mobile phone for her birthday. Student B is your grandmother. Tell her how to make calls and save a telephone number. Student B starts the conversation.

You are Student A’s grandmother. You received a mobile phone for your birthday and you want to know how to make calls and save a telephone number. You start the conversation.

Now you are Student B’s grandfather. You’ve just received a computer for your birthday. Find out how to open the browser and send an email. You start the conversation.

Now Student A is your grandfather. Your family gave him a computer for his birthday to help stay in touch. He wants to know how to open the browser and send an email. Student A starts the conversation.

You can use these expressions: Press Display Select Navigate How do you…? B How do you save a phone number? A Well, first you press…

You can use these expressions: Press Display Select Navigate How do you…? B How do you save a phone number? A Well, first you press…

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Unit Test 6 - Extension Student A

Student B

Your family bought your grandmother a mobile phone for her birthday. Student B is your grandmother. Tell her how to make calls and save a telephone number. Student B starts the conversation.

You are Student A’s grandmother. You received a mobile phone for your birthday and you want to know how to make calls and save a telephone number. You start the conversation.

Now you are Student B’s grandfather. You’ve just received a computer for your birthday. Find out how to open the browser and send an email. You start the conversation.

Now Student A is your grandfather. Your family gave him a computer for his birthday to help stay in touch. He wants to know how to open the browser and send an email. Student A starts the conversation.

B How do you save a phone number? A Well, first you press…

B How do you save a phone number? A Well, first you press…

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Unit Test 7 - Reinforcement Student A

Student B

You are a police officer. Student B (Nick Mullins) has lost something.

You are Nick Mullins. You have lost your mobile phone and you go to the police station to report the loss.

• Ask Nick to describe the lost item. • Ask about the measurements, make, model, colour, any special characteristics, etc. Take notes. name item lost description special characteristics You can use these expressions: What make/model…? What colour…? How big…? I lost my… It’s… It’s got…

Answer the police officer’s (Student A) questions and describe the phone: Make: Nokia Model: 5800 Colour: Black Measurements: About 10 cm L x 5 cm W Special characteristics: Scratch on the display You can use these expressions: What make/model…? What colour…? How big…? I lost my… It’s… It’s got… A Hello. What’s your name? B I’m Nick Mullins.

A Hello. What’s your name? B I’m Nick Mullins.

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Unit Test 7 - Consolidation Student A

Student B

You are a police officer. Student B (Nick Mullins) has lost some things. Ask him/her about the measurements, make, model and colour of these lost items.

You are Nick Mullins. You have lost a few things and you go to the police station to report the loss. Describe the things you lost.

name item lost description special characteristics You can use these expressions: What make/model…? What colour…? How big…? I lost my… It’s… It’s got…

• a black Nokia 5800 mobile phone (10 cm long x 4.5 cm wide) • a red Nike sports bag (3 kilos; 60 cm long x 30 cm wide) You can use these expressions: What make/model…? What colour…? How big…? I lost my… It’s… It’s got… A Hello. What’s your name? B I’m Nick Mullins.

A Hello. What’s your name? B I’m Nick Mullins.

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Unit Test 7 - Extension Student A

Student B

You are a police officer. Student B (Nick Mullins) has lost a few things. Ask him/her about the measurements, make, model and colour of the lost items.

You are Nick Mullins You have lost a few things and you go to the police station to report the loss. Describe the things you lost.

name item lost description special characteristics A Hello. What’s your name and how can I help you? B I’m Nick Mullins and I’ve lost my phone.

• a black Nokia 5800 mobile phone (10 cm L x 4.5 cm W) • a red Nike sports bag (3 kilos; 60 cm L x 30 cm W) • a blue Samsung 320R digital camera (8 cm x 4 cm) A Hello. What’s your name and how can I help you? B I’m Nick Mullins and I’ve lost my phone.

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Unit Test 8 - Reinforcement Student A

Student B

It’s a friend’s birthday. Make suggestions with Student B about good birthday presents for your friend, Chris. You start the conversation.

It’s a friend’s birthday. Make suggestions with Student A about good birthday presents for your friend, Chris. Student A starts the conversation.

Chris likes sport, watching football, Indian food, online gaming and films. You can use these expressions: What do you suggest? I don’t know. The only problem is… OK, let’s do that. I’m not sure. Like what? Maybe you’re right. A Hey, it’s Chris’ birthday next week. B We could get him something together…

Chris likes sport, watching football, Indian food, online gaming and films. You can use these expressions: What do you suggest? I don’t know. The only problem is… OK, let’s do that. I’m not sure. Like what? Maybe you’re right. A Hey, it’s Chris’ birthday next week. B We could get him something together…

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Unit Test 8 - Consolidation Student A

Student B

It’s a friend’s birthday. Make suggestions with Student B about good birthday presents for your friend, Chris. You start the conversation.

It’s a friend’s birthday. Make suggestions with Student A about good birthday presents for your friend, Chris. Student A starts the conversation.

Chris likes sport, watching football, Indian food, online gaming and films. • Make at least two suggestions. • Reject one of Student B’s ideas. You can use these expressions: What do you suggest? I don’t know. The only problem is… OK, let’s do that. I’m not sure. Like what? Maybe you’re right. A Hey, it’s Chris’ birthday next week. B We could get him something together…

Chris likes sport, watching football, Indian food, online gaming and films. • Make at least two suggestions. • Reject one of Student A’s ideas. You can use these expressions: What do you suggest? I don’t know. The only problem is… OK, let’s do that. I’m not sure. Like what? Maybe you’re right. A Hey, it’s Chris’ birthday next week. B We could get him something together…

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Unit Test 8 - Extension Student A

Student B

It’s a friend’s birthday. Make suggestions with Student B about good birthday presents for your friend, Chris. You start the conversation.

It’s a friend’s birthday. Make suggestions with Student A about good birthday presents for your friend, Chris. Student A starts the conversation.

Chris likes sport, watching football, Indian food, online gaming and films. • Make at least two suggestions for presents. • Reject one of Student B’s ideas. • Suggest going out somewhere and doing something together. A Hey, it’s Chris’ birthday next week. B We could get him something together…

Chris likes sport, watching football, Indian food, online gaming and films. • Make at least two suggestions. • Reject one of Student A’s ideas. • Suggest having a party at Student B’s house. A Hey, it’s Chris’ birthday next week. B We could get him something together…

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Unit Test 9 - Reinforcement Student A

Student B

You work at a sports club. Student B wants to join the club. Ask questions to complete the form. Answer Student B’s questions.

You want to join a sports club. Student A works at the club and has the club membership form. Answer Student A’s questions. Find out this information:

Club membership form Full name: Age: (minimum: 14) Height: (minimum: 1 metre 40) Membership includes: 20% discount for swimming pool Membership cost: £100 a year (14-18) Sports at the club: tennis, swimming, football.

• Is there a minimum age at the sports club? • Minimum height? • What does membership include? • What sports? • Cost? B I have some questions about the sports club. How old do you have to be to join?

A Let’s complete the club membership form. What’s your full name?

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Unit Test 9 - Consolidation Student A

Student B

You work at a sports club. Student B wants to join the club. Ask questions to complete the form. Answer Student B’s questions.

You want to join a sports club. Student A works at the club and has the club membership form. Answer Student A’s questions. Find out this information:

Club membership form Full name: Age: (minimum: 14) Height: (minimum: 1 metre 40) Membership type: (individual/family) Membership includes: 20% discount for swimming pool Membership cost: £100 a year (14-18) Sports at the club: tennis, swimming, judo, football.

• Is there a minimum age at the sports club? • Minimum height? • What does membership include? • Sports available? • Cost? B I have some questions about the sports club. How old do you have to be to join?

A Let’s complete the club membership form. What’s your full name?

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Unit Test 9 - Extension Student A

Student B

You work at a sports club. Student B wants to join the club. Ask questions to complete the form. Answer Student B’s questions.

You want to join a sports club. Student A works at the club and has the club membership form. Answer Student A’s questions. Find out this information:

Club membership form Full name: Age: (minimum: 14) Height: (minimum: 1 metre 40) Membership type: (individual/family/ school) Membership includes: membership card, 20% discount for swimming pool Membership cost: £100 a year (14-18), £200 a year (19+) Sports at the club: tennis, swimming, judo, karate, football.

• Is there a minimum age at the sports club? • Minimum height? • What does membership include? • What sports? • Cost? B I have some questions about the sports club. How old do you have to be to join?

A Let’s complete the club membership form. What’s your full name?

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Answer Key Diagnostic Test Vocabulary 1 1 i 2 f 3 c 4 j 5 d 6 g 7 a 8 b 9 h 10 e 2 1 brother 2 old 3 actor 4 free 5 snowboarding 6 cold 7 piano 8 classical 9 lot of 10 bedroom

Grammar 1 1 goes 2 are meeting 3 lives 4 is driving 5 thinks 2 1 it 2 She 3 my 4 him 5 our 3 1 a 2 b 3 a 4 a 5 b 4 1 a lot of 2 some 3 any 4 Were 5 some 5 1 watched 2 Did … do 3 gave 4 read 5 bought 6 1 mustn’t 2 can 3 must 4 mustn’t 5 can

Reading 1 2 f 3 c 4 e 5 d 6 b 2 2 Greg is Grace’s boyfriend. 3 The Cook Islanders were brilliant sailors. 4 There are fifteen Cook Islands. 5 The Cook Islands are in the Pacific Ocean. 6 Mutiny on the Bounty is about Captain William Bligh.

Writing 1 1 a 2 b 3 a 4 b 5 a 2 (Students’ own answers.)

4 1 once a week 2 every day 3 never 4 three times 5 at the weekend 5 1 Do 2 Does 3 do 4 does 5 do 6 2 loves camping 3 doesn’t mind reading 4 doesn’t like singing 5 hates cooking 6 likes painting

Reading 1 1 Kyle 2 Kyle 3 Jane 4 Kyle 5 Jane 2 1 They like playing computer games and reading comics. 2 They’re writing a comic. 3 He plays the guitar. 4 He plays in a band twice a week. 5 She likes doing karate.

Writing 1 2 Kyle writes comic books and he also plays the guitar. 3 I eat cake but I also eat a lot of vegetables. 4 We do karate on Thursdays and on Saturdays too. 5 She’s very talkative but she’s also very kind. 6 Playing the violin is difficult, but it’s fun too. 2 1 free 2 play 3 shy 4 also 5 active

Listening 1 Greg: Hungary, Budapest, cooking, painting Birta: Denmark, Copenhagen, eating in restaurants, cooking 2 1 b 2 b 3 b 4 a 5 a 6 b

Listening 1 1 False 2 True 3 False 4 True 5 False 2 1 bank 2 pasta and pizza 3 spinach 4 May 5 six

Unit Test 1 Consolidation Vocabulary

Unit Test 1 Reinforcement

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Vocabulary 1 1 generous 2 shy 3 lazy 4 selfish 5 talkative 2 1 surfing 2 cooking 3 camping 4 dancing 5 reading 3 1 does 2 plays 3 does 4 play 5 go

Grammar 1 1 likes 2 watch 3 doesn’t get up 4 have got 5 study 2 1 is 2 doesn’t swim 3 doesn’t like 4 doesn’t work 5 goes 3 1 Grandad always eats bananas for breakfast. 2 We usually watch football on Sunday. 3 My mum hardly ever eats fish. 4 I often listen to music at lunchtime. 5 Bob sometimes plays tennis after school.

1 1 generous 2 shy 3 lazy 4 selfish 5 talkative 2 1 surfing 2 cooking 3 go 4 dancing 5 reading 3 1 does 2 plays 3 does 4 play 5 go

Grammar 1 1 likes 2 watch 3 doesn’t get up 4 have got 5 study 2 1 is 2 doesn’t swim 3 doesn’t like 4 doesn’t work 5 goes 3 2 Grandad is always grumpy. 3 We usually watch football on Sunday. 4 My mum hardly ever eats fish. 5 I often listen to music at lunchtime. 6 Bob sometimes plays tennis after school. 4 2 every day 3 at the weekend 4 three times a week 5 twice a week 6 never 5 1 c 2 a 3 b 4 e 5 d 6 2 He loves camping. 3 He doesn’t mind reading. 4 He doesn’t like singing. 5 He hates cooking. 6 He likes painting.

unit tests Reading 1 1 False 2 True 3 True 4 False 5 True 2 1 No, he isn’t, because he can’t walk. 2 They play computer games after school. 3 He plays with his band twice a week. 4 Kyle likes playing basketball. 5 No, she does karate.

Writing 1 2 Kyle writes comic books and he also plays the guitar. 3 I eat cake but I also eat a lot of vegetables. 4 We do karate on Thursdays and on Saturdays too. 5 She’s very talkative but she’s also very kind. 6 Playing the violin is difficult, but it’s fun too. 2 Students’ own answers.

Listening 1 Greg: Hungary, Budapest, cooking, painting Birta: Denmark, Copenhagen, eating in restaurants, cooking 2 1 False – They are at a language school. 2 False – They want to improve their English. 3 False – She’s an artist. 4 True 5 False – They both like eating in restaurants. 6 False – He works in a restaurant.

Unit Test 1 Extension Vocabulary 1 1 generous 2 shy 3 lazy 4 selfish 5 talkative 2 1 surfing 2 cooking 3 camping 4 dancing 5 reading 3 1 does 2 plays 3 does 4 5 go

Grammar 1 1 likes 2 watch 3 doesn’t get up 4 have got 5 study 2 1 is 2 doesn’t swim 3 doesn’t … like 4 doesn’t work 5 goes 3 2 Grandad is always grumpy. 3 We usually watch football on Sunday. 4 My mum hardly ever eats fish. 5 I often listen to music at lunchtime. 6 Bob sometimes plays tennis after school. 4 2 Mark rides his scooter every day. 3 Mark watches Formula One at the weekend. 4 Mark surfs the internet three times a week. 5 Mark plays football twice a week. 6 Mark never eats meat. 5 1 Do you like Coldplay? 2 Does she wear dresses? 3 How often do you go Heading Forward Elementary

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Answer Key to the cinema? 4 5 What does your brother like doing at school? 6 2 He loves camping. 3 He doesn’t mind reading. 4 He doesn’t like singing. 5 He hates cooking. 6 He likes painting.

Reading 1 1 False – They are friends. 2 False – He’s hardly ever grumpy. 3 True 4 False – Only Kyle plays in a band. 5 True 2 1 He is generally a positive person. 2 They play computer games and read comics together. 3 They use Kyle’s wheelchair. 4 He practises shooting because he’s training for a national basketball competition. 5 She really likes Kyle because he believes he can do anything.

Writing 1 1 Kyle writes comic books and he also plays the guitar. 2 I eat cake but I also eat a lot of vegetables. 3 We do karate on Thursdays and on Saturdays too. 4 5 Playing the violin is difficult, but it’s fun too. 2 Students’ own answers.

Listening 1 1 False – She is from Denmark. 2 True 3 False – He doesn’t like painting. 4 True 5 False – She doesn’t like cooking. 2 1 They are at a language school. 2 They want to improve their English. 3 She’s an artist. 4 He works in a restaurant. 5 They like eating in restaurants.

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Unit Test 2 Reinforcement

6 1 moment 2 this week 3 weekend 4 now 5 once

Reading 1 1 Bob 2 Sarah 3 Bob 4 Toni's 5 Sarah and Toni 2 1 False 2 False 3 False 4 True 5 True

Vocabulary

1 1 because 2 but 3 or 4 because 5 and 2 2 and 3 Because 4 Fridays 5 or 6 Salsa

Listening

Grammar

1 1 a 2 b 3 a 4 a 5 b 2 1 Can 2 3 4 Can 5 can

1 1 Jane and Toby are choosing a necklace. 2 Kate isn’t feeding the fish. 3 Henry isn’t buying chocolate. 4 Lucas and Layla are dancing in a competition. 5 I’m trying on shoes. 2 1 Is, buying / No, she isn't. 2 Are, trying / No, they aren't. 3 Are, dancing / No I'm not. 4 Is, feeding / No, she isn't. 5 Is, choosing / Yes, he is. 3 2 He is chatting online. 3 She is going to the chemist’s after school. 4 They are running a marathon in March. 5 We are buying a new fish in the pet shop right now. 6 I’m meeting Dave at five o’clock. 4 1 her 2 him 3 them 4 me 5 you 5 1 is visiting 2 are spending 3 want 4 are playing 5 like 6 1 this week 2 at the weekend 3 at the moment 4 right now 5 once a week

Writing

Unit Test 2 Consolidation Vocabulary 1 1 newsagent’s 2 jeweller’s 3 florist’s 4 pet shop 5 chemist’s 2 1 give 2 music 3 lyrics 4 album 5 rehearse 3 Across: 3 reggae 4 Latin 5 jazz Down: 1 classical 2 rock

Grammar 1 2 is feeding the fish 3 is buying chocolate 4 aren't dancing in a competition 5 isn't writing a letter 6 ’m trying on shoes 2 2 Are, trying 3 Are, dancing 4 Is, feeding 5 Is, choosing 6 is writing 3 2 P 3 F 4 5 P 6 4 1 her 2 him 3 them 4 me 5 you 5 1 is visiting 2 are spending 3 want 4 are playing 5 like 6 1 this week 2 at the weekend 3 at the moment 4 now 5 once a week

Reading

1 1 newsagent’s 2 jeweller’s 3 florist’s 4 pet shop 5 chemist’s 2 1 classical 2 rock 3 reggae 4 Latin 5 jazz 3 1 give 2 music 3 lyrics 4 album 5 rehearse

1 1 Bob 2 Bob 3 Bob 4 Toni 5 Sarah, Toni 2 1 False – They want to buy a CD. 2 False – They were nineteen in 2010. 3 False – There’s a florist’s, a bookshop and a newsagent’s. 4 True 5 True

1 1 are choosing 2 is feeding 3 is buying 4 are dancing 5 ’m trying on 2 1 Are, trying 2 Are, dancing 3 Is, feeding 4 Is, choosing 5 is, writing 3 1 P 2 F 3 F 4 P 5 F 4 1 her 2 him 3 them 4 me 5 you 5 1 is visiting 2 are spending 3 want 4 are playing 5 like

Unit Test 2 Extension 1 1 newsagent’s 2 jeweller’s 3 florist’s 4 pet shop 5 chemist’s 2 1 reggae 2 Latin 3 jazz 4 classical 5 rock 3 1 give 2 music 3 lyrics 4 album 5 rehearse

Vocabulary

Grammar

unit tests

Writing 1 1 because 2 but 3 or 4 because 5 and 2 (Students’ own answers.)

Reading 1 1 True 2 False – Bob and Simon talk about a holiday. 3 False – Bob talks about his friends. 4 True 5 False – Sarah and Simon talk about their family. 2 1 They’re looking for a CD to remember their trip. 2 No, she can’t. 3 He’s got a new mobile phone. 4 No, she isn’t. 5 He went to Greece.

Writing 1 1 because 2 but 3 or 4 because 5 and 2 Students’ own answers.

Listening 1 1 She’s called Ziggi. 2 She’s called Kitty. 3 She goes to the baker’s first. 4 She goes to the florist’s next. 5 She doesn’t buy yellow roses. 2 1 Can, flowers 2 Could, ten 3 could, please 4 Can, sweets 5 can, stamps

Listening 1 1 a 2 b 3 a 4 c 5 b 2 1 Can 2 Could 3 could 4 Can 5 can

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Answer Key Unit Test 3 Reinforcement Vocabulary 1 1 taxi 2 motorbike 3 plane 4 tram 5 bicycle 2 1 art gallery 2 railway station 3 square 4 statue 5 river 3 1 bus stop 2 tourist office 3 car park 4 telephone box 5 zebra crossing

Grammar 1 1 faster 2 easier 3 bigger 4 more uncomfortable 5 richer 2 1 taller 2 faster 3 more modern 4 noisier 5 more attractive 3 1 funniest 2 worst 3 most boring 4 shortest 5 largest 4 1 C 2 S 3 S 4 C 5 S 5 1 quietest 2 more dangerous 3 longest 4 laziest 5 smaller 6 1 True 2 True 3 False 4 True 5 False

Reading 1 1 True 2 False 3 True 4 False 5 True 2 1 Cycling 2 mum 3 safer 4 Thaskin 5 dad

Writing 1 1 I live in Brighton in England. 2 It’s famous for Brighton Pier, the Sealife Centre and for its nightlife. 3 There is an old festival called the Burning of the Clocks in December. 4 My friend Jane has got a boat and we sometimes go fishing. 5 Do you like Brighton? 2 1 bridge 2 station 3 going 4 cycling 5 summer

Listening

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1 1 return 2 Edinburgh 3 10.00 4 Saturday 5 £54.00 2 1 Can 2 have 3 travelling 4 expensive 5 That’s

Unit Test 3 Consolidation Vocabulary 1 1 taxi 2 motorbike 3 plane 4 tram 5 bicycle 2 1 art gallery 2 railway station 3 square 4 statue 5 river 3 1 bus stop 2 tourist office 3 car park 4 telephone box 5 zebra crossing

Grammar 1 1 faster 2 easier 3 bigger 4 more uncomfortable 5 richer 2 2 The cathedral is taller than the museum. 3 Travelling by taxi is faster than taking the bus. 4 The railway station is more modern than the town hall. 5 The city is noisier than the country. 6 Paris is more attractive than Calais. 3 1 funniest 2 worst 3 most boring 4 shortest 5 largest 4 1 Morocco is nearer to the equator than Spain. 2 The biggest rainforests are in South America. 3 What is the most expensive car? 4 Is the train more comfortable than the tram? 5 China is the most interesting country to visit. 5 1 the quietest 2 more dangerous than 3 the longest 4 the laziest 5 smaller than 6 2 The Metro, shorter than 3 The Subway, the slowest 4 The Underground, the oldest 5 The Underground, longer than 6 The Underground, the fastest

Reading 1 1 Amanda 2 Thaskin 3 Amanda 4 Thaskin 5 Nicolas 2 1 False – Cycling is faster. 2 True 3 False – Amanda’s mum takes her to school. 4 True 5 False – Amanda’s dad takes a train to work.

Writing

unit tests 2 1 art gallery 2 railway station 3 square 4 statue 5 river 3 1 bus stop 2 tourist office 3 car park 4 telephone box 5 zebra crossing

Grammar 1 1 faster than 2 easier than 3 bigger than 4 more uncomfortable than 5 richer than 2 1 2 The cathedral is taller than the museum. 3 Travelling by taxi is faster than taking the bus. 4 My dancing is worse than my singing. 5 This shopping centre is better than the one near my house. 3 1 the funniest 2 the worst 3 the most boring 4 the shortest 5 the largest 1a2d3e4c5b 4 1 older than 2 the laziest 3 the longest 4 smaller than 5 more dangerous than 5 1 Morocco is nearer to the equator than Spain. 2 The biggest rainforests are in South America. 3 What is the most expensive car? 4 Is the train more comfortable than the tram? 5 China is the most interesting country to visit. 6 2 The Metro, shortest 3 The Subway, slower than, Underground 4 The Underground, the oldest 5 The Underground, longer than 6 The Metro, faster than, Subway

Reading

1 1 I live in Brighton in England. 2 It’s famous for Brighton Pier, the Sealife Centre and for its nightlife. 3 There is an old festival called the Burning of the Clocks in December. 4 My friend Jane has got a boat and we sometimes go fishing. 5 Do you like Brighton? 2 Students’ own answers.

1 1 False – He lives in Tokyo. 2 True 3 False – He doesn’t like it. 4 False – There are forty-five people in Thaskin’s class. 5 False – He only rollerblades to school when the weather is good. 2 1 Cycling is faster. 2 Rollerblading is faster. 3 Her mum takes her to school. 4 They think cars are safer than cycling. 5 The fastest way to travel is on the underground.

Listening

Writing

1 1 False – He wants a return ticket. 2 False – He is travelling to Edinburgh 3 False – He is leaving at 10.00. 4 True 5 True 2 1 have a 2 single or return 3 travelling today 4 more expensive 5 That’s

1 I live in Brighton in England. 2 It’s famous for Brighton Pier, the Sealife Centre and for its nightlife. 3 There is an old festival called the Burning of the Clocks in December. 4 My friend Jane has got a boat and we sometimes go fishing. 5 Do you like Brighton? 2 Students’ own answers.

Unit Test 3 Extension

Listening

Vocabulary 1 1 taxi 2 motorbike 3 plane 4 tram 5 bicycle

1 1 He wants a return ticket. 2 He is travelling to Edinburgh. 3 He is leaving tomorrow at 10.00. 4 He is returning on Saturday afternoon. 5 It’s £54.00. 2 1 have a ticket 2 A single, please. 3 travelling today before 4 more expensive before 5 That’s £14.50 Heading Forward Elementary

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Answer Key Unit Test 4 Reinforcement

2 tooth, moustache, neck, ear, cheek 1 moustache 2 ear 3 neck 4 tooth 5 cheek 3 1 long 2 thick 3 thin 4 wavy 5 wide

Vocabulary 1 1 nose 2 feet 3 hair 4 legs 5 eyes 6 arms 7 wrist 8 tongue 9 elbow 10 thumb 2 F W L R M Y S D

W M S Z O W S J

Q N C J U L J R

H J K G S U U Q

S T O O T H R G

C M C P A K B E

Y H L O C G R A

R A D E H D T S

E E N O E M L A

C H E E K R J F

F T H G U U L B

M C O O G Y R R

O M M O N A W A

Z J K E T F J E

1 moustache 2 ear 3 neck 4 tooth 5 cheek 3 1 long 2 thick 3 thin 4 wavy 5 wide

Grammar 1 1 were 2 was 3 weren’t 4 Was 5 wasn’t 2 1 could 2 couldn’t 3 couldn’t 4 could 5 couldn’t 3 1 married 2 met 3 won 4 robbed 5 studied 4 1 lived 2 died 3 took 4 attacked 5 lost 5 2 Robin Hood didn’t like the rich. 3 Odysseus didn’t kill Penelope. 4 Picasso didn’t play the saxophone. 5 The Romans didn’t invade Ireland. 6 Mozart didn’t write Don Quixote. 6 1 c 2 e 3 a 4 b 5 d

Reading 1 1 d 2 c 3 b 4 a 5 e 2 1 False 2 False 3 True 4 True 5 False

Writing

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1 1 After 2 After 3 before 4 after 5 before 2 2 He like (liked) nature. 3 He not study (didn’t study) painting. 4 He design (designed) many famous buildings. 5 He not did (didn’t) drive a car. 6 Gaudí dies (died) in 1926.

Listening 1 2 d 3 b 4 e 5 a 6 f 2 1 c 2 a 3 e 4 d 5 b

Unit Test 4 Consolidation Vocabulary 1 1 nose 2 feet 3 hair 4 legs 5 eyes 6 arms 7 wrist 8 tongue 9 elbow 10 thumb

Grammar 1 1 were 2 was 3 weren’t 4 Was 5 wasn’t 2 2 couldn’t get dressed 3 couldn’t ride a horse 4 could play the violin 5 couldn’t drive a car 6 could understand Chinese 3 1 married 2 met 3 won 4 robbed 5 studied 4 1 lived 2 died 3 took 4 attacked 5 lost 5 1 Robin Hood didn’t like the rich. 2 Odysseus didn’t kill Penelope. 3 Picasso didn’t play the saxophone. 4 The Romans didn’t invade Ireland. 5 Mozart didn’t write Don Quixote. 6 1 Did … live 2 Did … fight 3 Did … win 4 Did … kill 5 Did … leave

Reading 1 1 Wolfgang 2 27 January 1756, Salzburg 3 wrote his first symphony, eight 4 nine years 5 played the role of Mozart 2 1 True 2 False – He wrote more than 600 pieces of music. 3 False – He died before he was forty. 4 True 5 False – Amadeus is a film about Mozart’s life.

Writing

unit tests when he was thirteen 3 1 married 2 met 3 won 4 robbed 5 studied 6 wore 7 found 8 saw 9 matched 10 gave 4 1 lived 2 died 3 took 4 attacked 5 lost 5 2 Robin Hood didn’t like the rich. He robbed them. 3 Odysseus didn’t kill Penelope. He married Penelope. 4 Picasso didn’t play the saxophone. He painted pictures. 5 The Romans didn’t invade Ireland. They invaded Britain. 6 Mozart didn’t write Don Quixote. Cervantes wrote it. 6 2 Did she live 3 Did she fight 4 Did she win 5 Did she kill 6 Did they leave

Reading 1 1 False – Mozart’s first name was Wolfgang. 2 False – He was born in Austria. 3 True 4 True 5 False – An American actor played Mozart in a film about Mozart. 2 1 He was born on 27 January 1756 in Salzburg. He died on 5 December 1791. 2 Because he wrote his first symphony when he was eight. 3 Don Giovanni and The Magic Flute. 4 He married Constanze Weber in 1782. 5 Amadeus.

Writing

1 1 After 2 After 3 before 4 after 5 before 2 2 He was born on 22 August 1980 in London. 3 He was good at football and tennis. 4 In Dubai. 5 The Australian Open. 6 He is a TV host.

1 1 After getting up, I had a shower. 2 After having a shower, I dried myself. 3 4 I watched TV after coming home from school. 5 Simon did his homework before going to bed. 2 Students’ own answers.

Listening

Listening

1 1 (5) 2 (1) 3 4 (2) 5 (4) 6 2 1 a 2 b 3 b 4 b 5 a

1 2 e 3 b 4 f 5 a 6 g 2 1 she’s really tired 2 she needs to finish her homeworks 3 she has orchestra practise 4 it’s dark outside 5 she hates cold water

Unit Test 4 Extension Vocabulary 1 1 nose 2 feet 3 hair 4 legs 5 eyes 6 arms 7 wrist 8 tongue 9 elbow 10 thumb 2 Across: 3 teeth 4 neck 5 ears Down: 1 moustache 2 cheek 3 1 long 2 thick 3 thin 4 wavy 5 wide

Grammar 1 1 were 2 was 3 weren’t 4 Was 5 wasn’t 2 2 couldn’t get dressed when he was two 3 couldn’t ride a horse when he was five 4 could play the violin when he was nine 5 couldn’t drive a car when he was eleven 6 could understand Chinese

Unit Test 5 Reinforcement Vocabulary 1 1 getting on 2 coming out of 3 walking up 4 going into 5 running up 2 1 sit 2 hop 3 lie 4 jogging 5 march 3 1 science fiction 2 aliens 3 spaceship 4 planet 5 twins 6 UFO 7 contact 8 FBI 9 ET 10 NASA

Grammar 1 1 were 2 wasn’t 3 wasn’t 4 weren’t 5 were Heading Forward Elementary

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Answer Key 2 1 James was shopping yesterday afternoon. 2 The baby was crying in the garden. 3 Mum was cooking dinner in the kitchen. 4 Dad was reading the newspaper. 5 I was playing tennis with Fred. 3 1 wasn’t coming 2 weren’t waiting 3 wasn’t carrying 4 wasn’t raining 5 weren’t studying 4 1 Was he writing a science fiction film? 2 Was the dog barking at the postal worker? 3 Were the children running up the stairs? 4 Was the phone ringing? 5 Who were you talking to in the café? 5 1 Were you dreaming 2 was walking 3 were flashing 4 weren’t wearing 5 Were they speaking 6 1 saw 2 were asking 3 told 4 were dancing 5 tried

3 were flashing 4 weren’t wearing 5 Were … speaking 6 1 saw, was getting on 2 were asking, landed 3 told, were sitting 4 were dancing, arrived 5 tried, were watching

Reading

1 1 when 2 A minute later 3 The next day 4 while 5 In the end 2 Students’ own answers.

1 1 village 2 friend 3 noise 4 spaceship 5 alien 2 1 d 2 a 3 b 4 c 5 e

Writing 1 1 when 2 A minute later 3 The next day 4 while 5 In the end 2 2 f 3 e 4 c 5 b 6 a

Reading 1 1 village 2 friend 3 noise 4 spaceship 5 alien 2 1 It happened on a Sunday afternoon. 2 Karen was sitting outside a café having a cup of tea. 3 The yellow spaceship landed 100 metres from Karen and her friend. 4 The alien’s body was red and the head yellow. 5 Peter didn’t take a picture of the alien.

Writing

Listening 1 1 False 2 False 3 True 4 False 5 True 2 1 No way! 2 You lucky thing! 3 You’re joking! 4 I don’t believe it! 5 That’s impossible!

Listening 1 1 lottery ticket 2 girlfriend 3 €120,000 4 didn’t lose 5 never 2 1 way! 2 lucky thing! 3 ’re joking! 4 believe it! 5 impossible!

Unit Test 5 Extension

unit tests worker? 4 Were the children running up the stairs? 5 Was the phone ringing? 6 Who were you talking to in the café? 5 1 Were … dreaming 2 was walking 3 were flashing 4 weren’t wearing 5 Were … speaking 6 1 saw, was getting on 2 were asking, landed 3 told, were sitting 4 were dancing, arrived 5 tried, were watching

Reading 1 1 village 2 friend 3 noise 4 spaceship 5 alien 2 1 It happened at 3.25 p.m. on Sunday 21 March 2011. 2 Karen was sitting outside a café having a cup of tea. 3 The spaceship and the alien’s head. 4 No, he wasn’t. Its eyes were friendly and it smiled at them. 5 No, he didn’t. He was looking for his camera but he couldn’t find it.

Writing 1 1 when 2 later 3 next 4 while 5 end 2 Students’ own answers.

Listening 1 1 False – He bought a lottery ticket. 2 False – She is his girlfriend. 3 False – He won €120,000. 4 True 5 True 2 1 No way! 2 You lucky thing! 3 You’re joking! 4 I don’t believe it! 5 That’s impossible!

Vocabulary

Unit Test 5 Consolidation

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Vocabulary 1 1 a 2 e 3 d 4 b 5 c 2 1 sit 2 hop 3 lie 4 jogging 5 march 3 1 science fiction 2 aliens 3 spaceship 4 planet 5 twins 6 UFO 7 contact 8 FBI 9 ET 10 NASA

Grammar 1 1 were 2 wasn’t 3 was 4 weren’t 5 were 2 2 was shopping 3 was crying 4 was cooking 5 was reading 6 was playing 3 1 John wasn’t coming out of the florist’s. 2 Luke and Josh weren’t waiting for the bus. 3 The man wasn’t carrying a mobile phone. 4 It wasn’t raining. 5 The students weren’t studying. 4 1 Was he writing 2 Was the dog barking 3 Were the children running up 4 Was the phone ringing 5 were you talking 5 1 Were … dreaming 2 was walking

1 1 on 2 out 3 up / down 4 into 5 up / down 2 1 march 2 sit 3 jogging 4 lie 5 hop 1 sit 2 hop 3 lie 4 jogging 5 march 3 1 science fiction 2 aliens 3 spaceship / UFO 4 planet 5 twins 6 UFO / spaceship 7 contact 8 FBI 9 ET 10 NASA

Grammar 1 1 There was 2 There wasn’t 3 there were 4 There were 5 there weren’t 6 there were 2 1 James was shopping yesterday afternoon. 2 The baby was crying in the garden. 3 Mum was cooking dinner in the kitchen. 4 Dad was reading the newspaper. 5 I was playing tennis with Fred. 3 2 John wasn’t coming out of the shop. He was going into. 3 Luke and Josh weren’t waiting for the bus. They were getting on the bus. 4 The man wasn’t carrying a mobile phone. He was buying it. 5 It wasn’t raining. It was snowing. 6 The students weren’t studying. They were eating lunch. 4 2 What were you wearing yesterday? 3 Was the dog barking at the postal

Unit Test 6 Reinforcement Vocabulary 1 1 nine o’clock 2 quarter to eleven 3 half past two 4 four o’clock 5 half past four 2 1 weather forecaster 2 comedian 3 news reader 4 make-up artist 5 director 3 1 down, cooker 2 off, fridge freezer 3 up, dishwasher 4 electric razor, in 5 remote control, up

Grammar 1 Countable nouns: hobby, programme, sitcom Uncountable nouns: homework, information, money 2 1 a lot of 2 a lot of 3 any 4 some 5 a lot of 6 some 3 1 How many 2 How much 3 How much 4 How many 5 How much 6 How many 4 1 A lot 2 Not much 3 None 4 Not much 5 A lot 6 Not many Heading Forward Elementary

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Answer Key 5 1 many 2 many 3 many 4 much 5 much 6 many

Reading 1 1 a 2 a 3 a 4 b 5 b 2 1 False 2 True 3 True 4 False 5 False

Writing 1 1 so 2 so 3 because 4 because 5 so 2 Students’ own answers.

Listening 1 1 b 2 a 3 b 4 a 5 b 2 1 select 2 Press 3 navigate 4 starts 5 Stop

Unit Test 6 Consolidation Vocabulary 1 1 It’s at nine o’clock. 2 It’s at quarter to eleven. 3 It’s at half past two. 4 It’s at four o’clock. 5 It’s at half past four. 2 1 weather forecaster 2 comedian 3 news reader 4 make-up artist 5 director 3 1 turn down, cooker 2 turn off, fridge freezer 3 Fill up, dishwasher 4 electric razor, plug it in 5 remote control, turn up

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Grammar 1 1 some (U) 2 a (C) 3 some (U) 4 a (C) 5 some (U) 6 a (C) 2 1 many 2 lot of 3 any 4 some 5 lot of 6 much 3 1 How many trains 2 How much time 3 How much information 4 How many cafés 5 How many museums 6 How much money 4 1 A lot 2 Not much 3 None 4 Not much 5 A lot 6 Not many 5 1 2 many 3 many 4 much 5 much 6

2 I want to learn Spanish so I’m doing a Spanish course. 3 I want a TV in my bedroom because my friend has a TV in his bedroom. 4 I bought a TV for my room because I want to watch my favourite programmes from my bed! 5 I dropped my phone so I can’t send text messages. 2 Students’ own answers.

3 They watch it in the kitchen. 4 In their bedrooms. 5 Not much. 2 1 False – The children watch cartoons while eating their breakfast. 2 True 3 False – The son likes drama series best. 4 True 5 False – The father checks news programmes and the weather online.

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1 2 I like relaxing and laughing so I always choose comedy programmes on TV. / I always choose comedy programmes on TV because I like relaxing and laughing. 3 I want to learn Spanish so I’m doing a Spanish course. / I’m doing a Spanish course because I want to learn Spanish. 4 I want a TV in my bedroom because my friend has a TV in his bedroom. / My friend has a TV in his bedroom so I want a TV in my bedroom. 5 I bought a TV for my bedroom because I want to watch films from my bed! / I want to watch films from my bed so I bought a TV for my bedroom. 6 I dropped my phone so I can’t send text messages. / I can’t send text messages because I dropped my phone. 2 Students’ own answers.

1 1 False – In the first conversation they are using a washing machine. 2 False – The woman wants to wash white shirts. 3 False – She needs a temperature of 60 degrees. 4 True 5 True 2 1 select 2 Press 3 navigate 4 starts 5 Stop

Unit Test 6 Extension Vocabulary

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1 1 The sitcom 2 The sports programme 3 The reality show 4 The chat show 5 The cartoon 2 1 weather forecaster 2 comedian 3 news reader 4 make-up artist 5 director 3 1 turn down, cooker 2 turn off, fridge freezer 3 Fill up, dishwasher 4 electric razor, plug it in 5 remote control, turn up

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Unit Test 7 Reinforcement

1 1 magazine article 2 living room 3 kitchen 4 bedrooms 5 Hazel’s 2 1 The children watch cartoons while eating their breakfast. 2 The parents like watching music programmes and dancing. 3 Their son likes drama series best. 4 Their daughter likes reality shows. 5 The family watch a family programme together.

1 1 some 2 a 3 some 4 a 5 some 6 Some 2 1 many 2 lot of 3 any 4 some 5 lot of 6 much 3 1 How many trains go to Stratford every day? 2 How much time does it take to walk from Victoria to the Embankment? 3 How much information about London can you find on the internet? 4 How many cafés are there in Leicester Square? 5 How many museums are there in London? 6 How much money do you need a day? 4 1 many, A lot 2 much, Not much 3 many, None 4 much, Not much 5 many, A lot 6 many, Not many 5 1 Daniel Craig hasn’t made many 007 films! 2 There aren’t many reality shows on TV. 3 I haven’t seen many cities in Spain. 4 He hasn’t got much interest in the news. 5 My sister doesn’t watch much TV. 6 My dad doesn’t do much cooking.

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1 1 I like relaxing and laughing so I always choose comedy programmes on TV.

1 1 It’s an interview programme. 2 They watch it in the living room.

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1 1 They’re using a washing machine. 2 She wants to wash white shirts. 3 She needs 60 degrees. 4 He wants to record sound. 5 Yes, it is. 2 1 select 2 Press 3 navigate 4 starts 5 Stop

Vocabulary 1 1 distance, kilometre 2 length, metres 3 speed, kilometres 4 temperature, degrees 5 height, centimetres 2 1 tall 2 heavy 3 long 4 far 5 wide 3 1 live 2 have 3 got 4 leave 5 do

Grammar 1 1 will be (F) 2 will play (F) 3 won’t … replace (P) 4 won’t … have (P) 5 will have (F) 2 1 Will you 2 Will Jemma 3 will Joseph decide 4 will your dog be 5 will Fred travel 3 1 b 2 d 3 e 4 a 5 c 4 1 2017 2 2022 3 2027 4 2042 5 2052 5 1 On Tuesday I’m going to fly a plane. 2 My brother is going to do a sponsored walk this weekend. 3 Aren’t we going to study French next year? 4 I’m not going to be a dentist. 5 I’m going to grow my hair long. Heading Forward Elementary

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Answer Key 6 1 am going to 2 probably won’t 3 will 4 is going to 5 will probably

Reading 1 1 a blog 2 ten 3 fourteen 4 having children 5 technology 2 1 True 2 True 3 False 4 True 5 False

Writing 1 1 All 2 some 3 some 4 Both 5 Some 2 Students’ own answers.

Listening 1 1 a 2 b 3 c 4 b 5 a 2 1 long 2 big, square 3 2 m 25 cm 4 heavy, eight

Unit Test 7 Consolidation Vocabulary 1 1 distance, kilometre 2 length, metres 3 speed, kilometres 4 temperature, degrees 5 height, centimetres 2 1 How tall is the footballer Peter Crouch? 2 How heavy is a one Euro coin? 3 How long is the Euro Tunnel? 4 How far is it from Pyongyang to Moscow? 5 How wide is an iPad? 1c2a3d4e5b 3 1 e 2 a 3 c 4 b 5 d

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Grammar 1 1 will be (F) 2 will play (F) 3 won’t … replace (P) 4 won’t … have (P) 5 will have (F) 2 1 Will you take the exams this year? 2 Will Jemima play football for the school team next year? 3 When will Joseph decide what to do tomorrow? 4 How old will your dog be in ten years’ time? 5 Where will Fred travel to in June? 3 1 b 2 d 3 e 4 a 5 c 4 1 Next year 2 in five years’ time 3 Ten years from now 4 in the next fifteen years 5 in forty years’ time 5 1 On Tuesday I’m going to fly a plane. 2 When is your brother going to do a sponsored walk? 3 We aren’t going to study French next year. 4 I’m not going to be a dentist. 5 Are you going to travel to Australia with a friend? 6 1 am going to 2 probably won’t 3 will 4 is going to 5 will probably

Reading 1 1 b 2 b 3 a 4 b 5 c 2 1 Gemma thinks more people will get married earlier. 2 Her mother is fifty-

three. 3 Her parents went travelling after studying. 4 Gemma thinks travelling will become less popular. 5 She thinks terrorism will stop some young people from travelling.

Writing 1 1 All of 2 some of 3 some of 4 Both of 5 Some of 2 Students’ own answers.

Listening 1 1 Jack lost his laptop. 2 He thinks he lost it in the park. 3 They are talking about a bedroom. 4 He asks about the windows. 5 They are talking about a suitcase. 2 1 30 cm long 2 big 3 25 m2 4 150 cm wide 5 heavy

Unit Test 7 Extension Vocabulary 1 1 distance, kilometre 2 length, metres 3 speed, kilometres 4 temperature, degrees 5 height, centimetres 2 1 tall 2 heavy 3 long 4 far 5 wide 1c2a3d4e5b 3 1live (e) 2 have (a) 3 got (c) 4 leave (b) 5 do (d)

Grammar 1 1 will be (F) 2 will play (F) 3 won’t … replace (P) 4 won’t … have (P) 5 will have (F) 2 1 Will you take the exams this year? 2 Will Jemima play football for the school team next year? 3 When will Joseph decide what to do tomorrow? 4 How old will your dog be in ten years’ time? 5 Where will Fred travel to in February? 3 1 b 2 d 3 e 4 a 5 c 4 1 year's 2 from 3 next 4 2045 5 time 5 1 On Tuesday I’m not going to fly a plane. 2 Is my brother going to do a sponsored walk this weekend? 3 We aren’t going to study French next year. 4 I’m going to be a dentist. 5 Are you going to travel to Australia with a friend? 6 1 am going to go 2 probably won’t become 3 will take 4 is going to go 5 will probably fail

unit tests will get married earlier. 2 False – She is fifty-three. 3 True 4 False – Travelling will become less popular. 5 True

Writing 1 1 All of 2 some of 3 some of 4 Both of 5 Some of 2 Students’ own answers.

Listening 1 1 His laptop. 2 In the park. 3 A bedroom. 4 The window. 5 A suitcase. 2 1 cm long 2 big 3 25 m2 4 150 cm wide 5 heavy

Unit Test 8 Reinforcement Vocabulary 1 1 luck 2 mirror 3 ladder 4 horseshoe 5 fountain 2 1 illegal 2 impatient 3 unlucky 4 irresponsible 5 impolite 3 1 b 2 d 3 e 4 a 5 c

Grammar 1 1 will speak 2 plays 3 will have 4 will have to 5 throw 6 won’t sleep 2 1 will you wear 2 Will you ask 3 will you be 4 Will you listen 5 will you get 6 Will you sing 3 1 pass 2 will feel 3 fail 4 won’t want 5 will 6 won’t 4 1 anything 2 anybody 3 Somebody 4 anywhere 5 anything 6 Nobody 5 1 d 2 a 3 f 4 b 5 e 6 c

Reading 1 1 the world 2 little 3 power 4 hospital 5 give 2 1 False 2 False 3 True 4 True 5 True

Writing 1 2 e 3 d 4 f 5 c 6 b 2 1 c 2 d 3 b 4 e 5 a

Listening 1 1 False 2 True 3 False 4 True 5 True 2 1 Like what? 2 we could 3 do you suggest 4 I don’t know 5 Could

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Answer Key Unit Test 8 Consolidation

Unit Test 8 Extension

Unit Test 9 Reinforcement

Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Vocabulary

1 1 luck 2 mirror 3 ladder 4 horseshoe 5 fountain 2 1 illegal 2 impatient 3 unlucky 4 irresponsible 5 impolite 3 1 wristband, celebrate 2 money, support 3 demonstration, take action 4 posters, remember 5 petition, fight against

1 1 luck 2 mirror 3 ladder 4 horseshoe 5 fountain 2 1 illegal 2 impatient 3 unlucky 4 irresponsible 5 impolite 3 1 wristband, celebrate 2 money, support 3 demonstration, take action 4 posters, remember 5 petition, fight against

1 1 hairdresser 2 vet 3 engineer 4 architect 5 social worker 2 1 sailor 2 teacher 3 journalist 4 doctor 5 librarian 3 1 snails 2 poem 3 prize 4 roller coaster 5 famous

Grammar

Grammar

1 1 will speak 2 plays 3 will have 4 will have to 5 throw 6 won’t sleep 2 1 What will you wear if it is hot tomorrow? 2 Will you ask for help if you can’t do your homework? 3 What will you be if it is a fancy dress party? 4 Will you listen to the radio if the TV is broken? 5 How will you get to school if the bus is late? 6 Will you sing if I play the guitar? 3 1 pass 2 will feel 3 fail 4 won’t want 5 will … say 6 won’t be 4 1 anything 2 anybody 3 Somebody 4 anywhere 5 nothing 6 Nobody 5 1 everybody 2 everywhere 3 everybody 4 Everything 5 everywhere 6 everything

1 1 will speak 2 plays 3 will lose 4 will have to 5 plays 6 won’t sleep 2 1 What will you wear if it is hot tomorrow? 2 Will you ask for help if you can’t do your homework? 3 What will you be it is a fancy dress party? 4 Will you listen to the radio if the TV is broken? 5 How will you get to school if the bus is late? 6 Will you sing if I play the guitar? 3 1 pass 2 will feel 3 fail 4 won’t want 5 will … say 6 won’t be 4 1 anything 2 anybody 3 Somebody 4 anywhere 5 anything 6 Nobody 5 1 everybody 2 everywhere 3 everybody 4 Everything 5 everywhere 6 everything

1 1 has washed 2 have cooked 3 haven’t stayed 4 has rained 5 have lived 2 1 listened 2 written 3 had 4 studied 5 left 3 1 gone 2 been 3 gone 4 been 5 gone 4 1 How many students have we met? 2 Have you ever worked in an office? 3 Why has Michael gone to the library? 4 What have we learnt in the lesson today? 5 Have you ever eaten sushi? 5 1 No, I haven’t. 2 Yes, they have. 3 No, it hasn’t. 4 Yes, we have. 5 No, he hasn’t. 6 1 I’ve just cleaned the floor. 2 My brothers have just joined the tennis club. 3 Amanda’s just lost her job. 4 I’ve just sent you an email. 5 He’s just got up.

Reading

Reading

1 1 little 2 power 3 hospital 4 give 5 area 2 1 We should turn off mobile phones at night. 2 We should give blood every year. 3 You can recycle bicycles. 4 You can recycle computers. 5 Support your local shops.

1 1 little 2 power 3 hospital 4 give 5 area 2 1 False – We should turn off mobile phones at night. 2 True 3 False – We should give some blood every year. 4 True 5 False – Support your local shops.

Writing 1 2 e 3 d 4 f 5 c 6 b 2 Students’ own answers.

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1 1 False – They want to do something special to support her mum in the marathon. 2 True 3 False – They haven’t got much money to spend. 4 True 5 True 2 1 Like what 2 we could 3 do you suggest 4 I don’t know 5 Could

Writing 1 2 d 3 f 4 c 5 e 6 2 Students’ own answers.

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Listening 1 1 She’s going to run a marathon. 2 They want to do something special to support her. 3 She suggests something lucky like a horseshoe for her necklace. 4 Because gold is expensive and they haven’t got much money. 5 They’re going to make a big banner for the race. 2 1 Like what? 2 we could 3 do you suggest 4 I don’t know 5 Could

Grammar

Reading 1 2 computer programmer 3 shop assitant 4 waiter 5 chef 6 mechanic 2 1 True 2 True 3 False 4 False 5 False

Writing 1 1 because of 2 because 3 because of 4 because 5 because of 2 Students’ own answers.

Listening 1 1 15 2 1 metre 65 3 6 months 4 individual 5 £90 2 2 green 3 Street 4 birthday 5 Saturday 6 today

Unit Test 9 Consolidation Vocabulary 1 1 c 2 d 3 a 4 e 5 b 2 1 sailor 2 teacher 3 journalist 4 doctor 5 librarian 3 1 snails 2 poem 3 prize 4 roller coaster 5 famous

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Answer Key Grammar 1 1 has cleaned 2 ’ve cooked 3 haven’t stayed 4 have lived 5 've learnt 2 1 forgotten 2 written 3 swum 4 taken 5 left 3 1 gone 2 been 3 gone 4 been 5 gone 4 1 have we met 2 Have you ever worked 3 has Michael gone 4 have we learnt 5 Have you ever eaten 5 1 a 2 b 3 b 4 a 5 b 6 1 I’ve just cleaned the floor. 2 My brothers have just joined the tennis club. 3 4 I’ve just sent you an email about the party on Satruday. 5 He looks tired because he has just got up.

Reading 1 2 f 3 e 4 d 5 b 6 c 2 1 True 2 True 3 False – When he was at university, he was a waiter. 4 False – She is his wife. 5 False – He is a terrible cook.

Writing 1 1 because of 2 because 3 because of 4 because 5 because of 2 Students’ own answers.

Listening 1 1 15 2 1 metre 65 3 6 months 4 individual 5 £90 2 1 She’s got a green belt in judo. 2 She goes to Long Street School. 3 It’s her birthday today. 4 On Saturday she’s going to a theme park with her friends. 5 She’d like the membership to start today.

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5 1 she hasn’t 2 they haven’t 3 it has 4 we have 5 he has 6 1 I’ve just cleaned the floor. 2 My brothers have just joined the tennis club. 3 Amanda has just lost her job. 4 I’ve just sent you an email about the party on Saturday. 5 He looks tired because he has just got up.

Reading 1 2 (4) 3 (5) 4 (3) 5 (2) 6 2 1 No, he didn’t. He thought it was boring. 2 His parents. 3 No, she isn’t. She’s Australian. 4 No, he isn’t. 5 For seven years.

Writing 1 1 because they are really interesting 2 because of Miss Samson’s help 3 because he explains really clearly 4 because of Miss Young’s lessons 5 because of her great sense of humour 2 Students’ own answers.

Listening 1 1 15 2 1 metre 65 3 6 months 4 individual 5 £90 2 1 She does judo; she is a green belt. 2 It’s Long Street School. 3 It’s her birthday. 4 At a theme park. 5 Today.

Unit Test 9 Extension

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Vocabulary 1 1 hairdresser 2 vet 3 lawyer 4 architect 5 social worker 2 1 sailor 2 teacher 3 journalist 4 doctor 5 librarian 3 1 snails 2 poem 3 prize 4 roller coaster 5 famous

Grammar 1 1 has cleaned 2 3 haven’t stayed 4 5 have studied 2 1 sold 2 written 3 won 4 eaten 5 done 3 1 b 2 a 3 b 4 a 5 b 4 1 How many students have we met? 2 Have you ever worked in an office? 3 Why has Michael gone to the library? 4 What have we learnt in the lesson today? 5 Have you ever eaten sushi? Heading Forward Elementary

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Transcripts Diagnostic Test Mark Jane Mark Jane Mark Jane Mark Jane Mark Jane Mark Jane

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Hi, Jane! How are you? Oh, hi Mark! I’m OK, a bit tired. Tired? Why? I opened my new café last Saturday. Wow! Your new café? How exciting! Yes, it is! It’s called The Greenhouse. Where is it? It’s on the corner next to the bank. I’m going to tell my friends! Please do! We make pasta and pizza, and big fruit salads. So you’ve got vegetarian food then? My brother doesn’t eat meat… Yes, we have a lot of vegetarian food! We make our special pasta sauce with spinach, tomatoes and cheese. Sounds great! Can I book a table? Of course! When do you want to come? Umm … how about Friday, the 24th May at eight o’clock? Great! For how many people? Uh … Six, I think. Brilliant! See you then. OK, bye.

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Hi. My name’s Greg. Hi. I’m Birta. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you too, Birta. Are you a student in this school, too? Yes, I want to improve my English. I do too. Where are you from? I’m Danish. Really? Which city were you born in? Copenhagen. How about you? I’m Hungarian, from Budapest. Wow! Cool! What do you do? I’m an artist. I love painting. Really? I don’t like painting. I’m not very good at it. What do you like doing? I like cooking. I’m a chef in a restaurant. Do you like cooking?

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Birta Not much, but I like eating in restaurants! Greg I do too.

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Ziggy Kitty, where are you? Kitty In the baker’s. Ziggy Can you get me a cheese and ham sandwich? Kitty OK. Could I have a ham and cheese sandwich, please? Kitty Hello? Ziggy Kitty? Can you get me some flowers? Some yellow roses … NO! Ten red roses. Kitty Ten red roses. Fine. Kitty Hello, could I have ten red roses, please? Florist Yes, of course. Ziggy Kitty! I need some medicine. Some cough syrup? Kitty OK. I’ll go to the chemist’s. Kitty Hello, could I have some cough syrup please? Shop assistant There you are. That’s five pounds twenty five, please. Kitty Thank you. Kitty Hi, Ziggi … Ziggy Kitty! I’m bored. Can you get me some sweets? Strawberry flavour. Kitty Right. Ziggy And can you get me some stamps? Six stamps for Australia. Kitty OK …

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Dialogue 1 A Can I help you? B Yes please. Can I have a return to Edinburgh, please? A Are you travelling before 9.00 a.m.? B No, I’m not. A OK. When do you want to leave? B Tomorrow at about 10.00 a.m. A OK. And when are you returning? B Um … On Saturday afternoon. A That’s £54, please. Dialogue 2 A Can I help you? C Yes, please. Can I have a ticket to Bristol? A Would you like a single or return? C A single, please.

A Are you travelling today? C Yes. A Are you travelling today before 9.00 a.m.? C I don’t know. Why? A It’s more expensive before nine. C OK. I can travel after nine. A There is a train at 9.22. C Great. A That’s £14.50, please.

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A Hey, Linda. What’s wrong? B I don’t feel well. I’m really tired. A So why don’t you go to bed? B I need to finish my homework. A How about getting up early in the morning? Do your homework then. B I have orchestra practice in the morning. A OK. Then why don’t you have a cup of coffee? B Ugh! My stomach hurts when I drink it. A I know. Me, too. How about going for a quick walk then? Exercise gives you more energy! B No, it’s dark outside… A Why don’t you have a cold shower? B Oh no! I hate cold water. A OK, Linda. Why don’t I help you do your homework? B Really? Is that OK? That’s kind! So, here’s what I couldn’t understand.

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A Hey, you know I bought a lottery ticket last week? B Yes … A Well, I won!! B You’re joking! A No, I’m not. C How much did you win? A I won a lot of money. €120,000! B No way! C That’s amazing, Doug! My brother – a lottery winner! B You lucky thing! A I know! I never win anything, do I? B Are you sure you won? A Yes, positive. I remember my numbers. Look, they are the same as the ones in the newspaper: 2,7, 27, 72, 13.

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Transcripts B Wow! Let’s see your ticket, Doug. To make sure. A Um, guess what? I don’t know where it is… B You’re joking! A No, I’m not. C I don’t believe it! A I think maybe I threw it in the bin. B That’s impossible. You must have it! C Yes, check your pockets! A Of course I’ve got it, Michelle! Do you really think your boyfriend is that stupid? Here it is. C DOUG!!!!!

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Dialogue 1 A Excuse me, can you show me how this washing machine works? B Of course. First you press the button at the top. Here, OK? A Yes. B Then you select the temperature you need. A Right. B What are you washing? A White shirts. B OK. Then select 60 degrees. A OK. B Next put the liquid in here, shut the door and press the ‘on’ button. A Great, thanks. B No problem. Dialogue 2 C How do you record sound on your phone? D It’s easy, Jake. Press the key in the middle to navigate the menu. C OK … D Then select recorder. C Yes … D Then press the red button and it starts recording. When you’re done, just press ‘stop’. C Great. That’s easy. Thanks!

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Dialogue 1 A What size is your laptop, Jack? B It’s about 30 centimetres long by 20 centimetres wide. A What type or make is it? B A Mac Book Pro. A And where do you think you lost it? B I don’t know. I think it was in the park. Dialogue 2 A Wow! It looks big. I can’t wait to live here! How big is it? B It’s about twenty-five square metres. You can use it as a lounge or a bedroom. A Nice windows! How tall are they? B They are two metres and twenty five centimetres tall, and one hundred and fifty centimetres wide. So you’ll need big curtains! A Yes. Dialogue 3 A How heavy are yours? B Both of mine are eight kilos. What about yours? A This suitcase only weighs two kilos. I’m going to buy some presents on holiday and bring them back in it. The other one is six kilos.

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A I can’t believe Mum’s going to run a marathon this Sunday! B I know! It’s incredible! A Why don’t we do something special to support her? B Like what? A Maybe we could get her a present for good luck … B OK … uh … what should we get? A Well, let’s get her something lucky … Like a gold horseshoe for her necklace! B Or a gold trainer! A Great idea! B Yeah … The only problem is that gold is expensive and we haven’t got much money. A Well, what do you suggest? B Why don’t we make a big banner for the race? A Great idea! We could write Go Mum! B I don’t know … How will she know it’s for her?

A Maybe you’re right … So, let’s just use her name instead. B OK, let’s do that! How about we also make a cake to celebrate at home? A It’s a plan!

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A Hi. I want to become a member of the Martial Arts Club. B Have you done martial arts before? A Yes, I’ve got a green belt in judo! I do judo at school. B What school do you go to? A I go to Long Street School. B Great! OK. Let’s complete the club membership form. Do you want individual membership? A Yes, please. B Fine. And … What’s your full name? A Diana Smith. B How old are you? A I’m fifteen. It’s my birthday today, actually. B Congratulations! Are you having a party? A Yes! On Saturday I’m having a party at a theme park with some friends. B Good idea. Now, how tall are you? A Er … one metre, sixty-five. B OK. Do you want membership for six months or a year? A Six months. B And you want individual membership? A Yes, please. B Do you want the membership to start today? A Yes, please. B OK, the total cost is £90. A Here you are. B Thank you.

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