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01 One of the gang

Grammar
Present Simple, Present Continuous
1
always 1 never5 occasionally 4 often3 usually2
2
1 often 2 always 3sometimes 4occasionally
3
1 7 2 7 3 7 4 3 5 7 63 77 87 93 107
4
1 At the moment 2sometimes 3always 4every weekend
5now (the rst one) 6sometimes
5
1 c 2 c 3 d 4 a 5 d 6 b 7d 8a 9 d 10 b 11 d
6
1 Are more young people joining the Scouts these days?
2 Parents do not/dont always understand their childrens
problems.
3 She is not/isnt doing alot of work for charity at the moment.
4 The club does not/doesnt have awebsite.
5 He is/Hes happier now that he knows more people.
6 Are you listening to the concert?
7 Ido not/dont support apolitical party.
8 She forgets the time of the meeting every week./Every week
she forgets the time of the meeting.
9 We are/Were waiting for the rain to stop before we go out.
10 It is not/Its not/It isnt snowing at the moment.
7
1 spend 2 belong 3 Do; go 4 am/m doing 5am/m spending 6
do; belong 7dont/do not like 8prefer 9 Is; growing 10am/m
organising
8
1 works 2 build 3 live 4has 5 join 6are/re going 7 am/m
saving 8allows 9am/m doing 10am/m learning 11am/m
training
Speaking
1
2 h 3 e 4 g 5 a 6 c 7 b 8f
2
1 Im afraid Ihave to disagree with you
2 Iagree with you up to apoint
3 has agood point
4 that may be true but
5 No way
6 Youve got apoint but
7 Icouldnt agree more!
3
1 Its terrible
2 Iprefer metal
3 the colours are beautiful
4 It doesnt make any sense
Grammar
Reflexive pronouns
1
1 D 2 A 3 B 4E
2
1 myself 2 herself 3themselves 4yourself 5themselves
6ourselves 7itself 8themselves
3
3 3 7 3 8 3
4
1 herself 2 myself 3themselves 4yourself 5himself
6ourselves 7itself 8 yourselves 9herself
5
1 herself 2 herself 3himself 4 each other 5him 6himself 7 I
8 me 9yourselves
Reading
1
1 C 2 B 3 F 4 D 5 G
2
1 c 2 c 3 a 4 c 5 d 6 c 7 a 8 c
Vocabulary
1
1 fashion 2 noisy 3confusing 4laziness 5interest 6trendy
2
1 trendy 2 noisy 3fashion 4 lazy
3
1 Calm down 2 bump into 3 hangs around 4fool around
4
1 clique 2 fan club 3trainers 4bracelet 5role model
6district
5
1 c 2 a 3 b 4 c 5 c 6 c 7a 8 c 9 c 10 b 11c 12c 13 a 14 b
15 a
6
1 ripped 2 denim 3earrings 4 tight 5patch 6 top 7 tight
7
1 hang around 2 Hang on 3 hang on to 4 hang up
5 hangs over 6 hang around 7hang out with
02 Keep in touch
GRAMMAR
Present Perfect Simple and Present Perfect
Continuous
1
1 d 2 b 3 c 4 b 5 a 6 d 7c
2
1 have/ve been doing
2 have/ve been working
3 havent/have not been sleeping
4 has/s been getting
5 have (you) been working
6 have/ve been trying
7 has/s been taking
8 Have (you) been thinking
9 have/ve been working
3
1 have arrested footballer Burton
2 Katy Swan has won atop award
3 has visited the stars blog
4 have not/havent won the title
5 has introduced avideo service
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Workbook Answer Key
4
1 Have (you) been revising
2 have been experimenting
3 has/s been trying
4 have/ve been listening
5 have/ve been
6 have not/havent played; have/ve been practising
7 have/ve been using
5
2 have/ve been spending
3 have/ve been working
4 have/ve (only just) nished
5 Have (you) been
6 has/s become
7 have/ve been answering
8 have/ve received
9 have/ve made
10 have/ve decided
Listening
1
1 A, C 2 B, C 3 B, D 4A, D
2
1 F 2 F 3 T 4 F 5 F 6 F 7 T 8 T 9F 10T 11 F 12F
Speaking
1
1 wonder 2 like; know 3possibly tell 4think 5happen (to)
know 6any idea 7mind telling 8wondering
2
1 like to know how much adouble room is
2 wondering if you have asauna
3 any idea what time the train leaves tomorrow
4 wondering what time the train to Edinburgh is tomorrow
morning
5 know if the train has arestaurant car
6 mind telling me if there is arst-class carriage
Writing
1
Fantastic!
Guess what!
Please say yes!
Look after yourself.
Vocabulary
1
1 attach 2 delete 3develop 4disturb 5information 6install
7invention 8produce 9reception 10 solve
2
2 install 3 invention 4solve 5 delete 6attachments
7produced 8 disturbs
3
1 phone 2 voice 3computer 4 tool 5ring 6vibrating
7memory 8search 9 spy
4
1 phonebook 2 voicemail 3ringtone 4search engine
5spyware
5
1 a 2 b 3 c 4 c 5 a 6 c 7a 8 b
6
1 b 2 a 3 a 4 c 5 b 6 b 7d 8 a 9 c
Extend your vocabulary
1
1 clean 2 burn 3 shut 4enter 5 edit 6cruise 7click on 8join
2
1 shut down 2 save 3Paste 4 scroll up 5download 6 eject
7searching 8Bookmark 9send
3
1 surf 2 website/web page 3download 4visit 5check 6online
7 sites 8favourites
03 Outside the law?
Grammar
Past Simple, Past Continuous, PastPerfect
1
1 c 2 b 3 b 4 b 5 c 6 b 7a 8 c
2
1 Ihad 2 they didnt 3he wasnt 4they did 5Ihadnt 6there
were
3
1 was writing 2 wasnt enjoying 3was thinking 4was listening
5thought 6was reading 7 didnt have 8 was 9found 10Were
(you) listening
4
1 was 2 were relaxing 3were 4werent closing 5went out
6climbed 7were leaving 8 were playing 9received 10were
arguing
5
2 the bell rang they woke up.
3 were in prison because they had committed serious crimes.
4 had appeared in court before they were sent to prison.
5 confessed as soon as the police arrested her.
6 didnt tell the children that their father had gone to prison.
7 didnt sentence the teenager until she had listened to the
evidence.
6
1 walked 2 was being 3came 4 was seeing 5waited
6wasgetting
7
1 was 2 had parked 3was walking 4fell over 5wasnt 6was
working 7had left 8rang 9 heard 10Did (you) hear 11 was
ying 12 had told 13was looking 14wanted 15 was driving
16arrived 17got in 18drove 19 were driving 20saw
21didnt hear
Reading
1
C
2
1 F 2 C 3 E 4 A 5 B
3
1 c 2 d 3 d 4 a 5 d
Grammar
used to and would
1
1 e 2 f 3 d 4 b 5 c 6 a
2
1 wouldnt do 2 used to drive 3didnt use to think
4would become 5would visit 6wouldnt speak 7would feel
8would forget
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3
1 used to live 2 would go 3would do 4would buy 5would
wrap 6 would pack 7would put 8 used to work 9would come
10would ask 11 used to think 12 would get 13would argue
14used to believe
Speaking
1
1 concerned 2 knows 3ask 4 think 5seems 6natural
7Personally 8reason 9 thing 10honest
2
1 GO 2 JO 3 GO 4 JO 5GO 6 JO 7GO 8JO 9JO 10 GO
3
1 Imean
2 It seems to me that
3 If you think about it,
4 Frankly,
5 The thing is,
6 Look at us
7 To be honest,
8 Its only natural that
Vocabulary
1
1 burglar 2 judge 3mugger 4offender 5robber 6shoplifter
7thief 8 witness
2
1 witnesses 2 judge 3mugger 4burglars/vandals 5 thief
3
1 rehabilitation programme 2electronic tagging 3community
service 4 noise nuisance 5drink-driving 6security guard
7house arrest 8bus shelter
4
1 blackmailer people
2 burglar people
3 ne crimes and the law
4 grafti artist people
5 piracy crimes and the law
6 robber people
7 robbery crimes and the law
8 sentence crimes and the law
9 vandalism crimes and the law
5
1 judge 2 witness 3accused 4 jury 5victim 6lawyer
6
1 bullying 2 statements 3irresponsible 4punishment 5ned
6guilty 7 lucky 8offenders
Extend your vocabulary
1
1 crime scene 2 crime rate 3 crime prevention
4juvenile/youth crime 5commit acrime
2
1 petty 2 serious 3prevention 4comitting 5rate
04 His and hers
Grammar
Modals and related verbs
1
1 c 2 b 3 c 4 a 5 a 6 c 7a 8 b 9 c 10a 11b
2
1 have to 2 Must 3 Can 4Did (Polish people) have to 5Is(the
government) able to
3
1 Idont. 2 we must. 3they can. 4they did. 5itisnt.
4
1 have to 2 m not able to 3 need to 4have to 5can 6must
7need to 8need to 9 have to 10ought to
11dont have to 12 cant 13should 14should
Listening
1
1 K 2 M 3 D
2
1 d 2 c 3 b 4 d 5 c
Speaking
1
1 Im afraid you cant.
2 Do you mind if I
3 Idont
4 Could Ipossibly
5 Yes, of course.
2
1 No problem
2 Is (it OK) if
3 as long as
4 Sure
5 Do you mind if
6 No, (I) dont
Writing
1
Add information or introduce adifferent idea:
However (para 3) On the other hand (para 4) Instead(para 5)
Put the points in order:
First of all Secondly In addition Finally
Refer to points made in the original article:
Idisagree with Mr Taylors point that MrTaylor claims that
MrTaylor makes agood point about
Vocabulary
1
1 unreliable 2 aggressive 3forgetful 4optimistic 5bossy
6modest 7decisive 8indecisive 9immature
2
1 mop / hang up 2 do 3set 4 put / clear 5set / change
3
1 role 2 predictable 3refuse 4personally 5funny 6reckless
7strictest 8conscientious 9fee-paying 10subjects 11high
12single-sex
4
1 of 2 off 3 on 4 up 5down 6 after 7out
5
a1 b 5 c 7 d 4
Extend your vocabulary
1
1 au pair 2 anc 3cuisine 4 faux pas 5Bon appetit
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Workbook Answer Key
05 What adisaster!
Grammar
Future predictions
1
1 denitely, certainly, sure 2probably, likely 3possibly
4unlikely
2
1 International companies will probably be more powerful than
governments.
2 People will possibly buy everything from the Internet.
3 Robots denitely wont/will not do all the work in factories.
4 Waters/Water is likely to be as expensive as petrol.
5 Everyone is sure to work at home on computers.
6 People probably wont/will not live to 150 years old.
7 Well/We will certainly control computers with our thoughts.
8 Cars will probably drive themselves.
9 Everyone will possibly have aprivate plane.
3
1 correct 2 certainly 3correct 4correct 5correct 6 likely
7denitely 8 maybe
4
1 a 2 a 3 c 4 a 5 b 6 b 7c 8 a 9 b 10 a
5
1 might explode 2 wont get married 3might not be
4 will (probably) want 5might rain 6wont be
Speaking
1
A4 B 2 C 5 D 3 E 1
2
1 Firstly 2 Secondly 3Moving on 4thing is 5sum
6 last (but not) least
Grammar
Future forms
1
1 am having 2 are going to 3 are going to be 4wont ring 5are
coming; ll help 6 ll read 7 m not going to use 8wont tell; m
going to meet; m going to tell
2
1 m/am seeing 2 ll/will give 3 wont pay 4s/is going to work
5wont / am/m not going to waste my time 6s/is going to break
down 7 ll/will answer 8 s/is going to be
9ll/will help 10 ll/will do 11 are (we really) going to stay
3
1 The Great Storm
1 is (it) going to reach 2might be 3will (it) do 4will
(probably) break 5will be 6Are (you) going to speak
2 The Titanic Story
1 will (never) sink 2 Are (we) going to 3wont hit 4ll feel
5re/are going to
4
1 is going to leave 2 is going to arrive 3 ll/will meet
4 are (you) going to do 5 ll/will have 6 ll/will see
7 ll/will phone 8ll/will get 9 s/is going to arrive
10 s/is going to catch 11 s/is going to get 12 ll/will meet
13s/is going to eat
Reading
1
1 b 2 c 3 a
2
1 g 2 d 3 a 4 f 5 c 6 b
3
1 A, F 2 B, C, D 3 B, C, D 4 A, D, F 5 C, E 6 B, C 7 B, C, D
8D, E
Vocabulary
1
1 adaptable 2 change 3destroy 4disaster 5disposable
6explosion 7extinct 8 poison 9renewable 10volcanic
2
1 renewable 2 disposal 3disasters 4changeable 5explosion
6adaptable 7extinction 8 poison 9destruction
3
1 rare 2 mud 3 disaster 4species 5exhibition 6drought
7disappear
4
1 e 2 c 3 b 4 d 5 a
5
1 a 2 c 3 d 4 c 5 a 6 b 7d 8 a 9 b 10 c 11d
Extend your vocabulary
1
blizzard 3 ood 3 heatwave 3 hurricane3
2
1 hurricane 2 blizzard 3downpours; oods
06 Animal magic
Grammar
Zero, First and Second Conditional
1
1 e 2 a 3 c 4 d 5 b
1 If you put oil on water, it oats.
2 If abee stings you, it dies.
3 If acrocodile loses atooth, it grows anew one.
4 If apredator pulls alizards tail, it falls off.
5 If an ostrich is frightened, it puts its head in the ground.
2
1 fell; would (you) promise 2 Would (you still) love; lost
3wanted; would call 4would go; had 5told; wouldnt want
3
1A you dont have
1Bdidnt dont
2A would you do
2B ll d
3A gave
3B gives gave
4A would you say
4B Il Id
5A will you get
5B would will
6A was
6B will be was
4
1 you work hard you wont pass your exams.
2 you promise to look after it properly you can have apet.
3 Igo home Ill take the dog for awalk.
4 our cat has somewhere warm to sleep shes happy.
5 you have agarden you shouldnt get abig dog.
6 we leave it alone the dog whines.
5
1 buy; ll/will take
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2 have; dont/do not have to take
3kept; would bring
4 got; would live
5 clean; doesnt/does not smell
6promise; ll/will buy
7come; ll/will feed; ll/will clean
8forget; ll/will bring
Listening
1
1 c 2 d 3 c 4 d
2
1 T 2 F 3 F 4 T 5 T 6 T 7F 8T
Speaking
1
1 appreciate 2 agood idea 3shouldnt 4worth 5Remember
6ought 7might nd 8 at aloss 9ought not 10 if Iwere you
2
1 nding 2 on 3 Where 4m 5 this 6asking
Writing
1
Agreeing: eating meat is wrong and killing animals for food is
cruel; producing meat is expensive; eating meat may be
unhealthy
Disagreeing: (many doctors say that) meat is good for us; it is
natural for us/people to eat meat; people should not be told
what they can or cant eat
2
1 C 2 F 3 B 4 D 5 H 6A 7E 8 G
Vocabulary
1
1 Evolution 2controversial 3 freeze 4obedient 5changeable
6complex 7intriguing 8playful 9genetics 10allergic
2
1 elephant 2 reindeer 3eagle 4salmon 5crow 6bat
7buttery 8 worm 9bee 10ea
4
1 breeding 2 pests 3predators 4solitary 5changeable
6research 7 microbes 8 train
5
1 e 2 d 3 j 4 g 5 a 6 i 7 f 8 k 9 b 10 c 11h
6
1 unique 2 obedient 3 loyal 4 playful 5solitary
Extend your vocabulary
1
1 biologist 3 chemist 5physics 6psychologist 7zoology
2
1 zoologist 2physicist/chemist 3geology 4psychology
5Botanists 6biologist
07 Nobodys perfect
Grammar
Reported statements
1
1 a 2 b 3 b wouldnt 4bwas studying 5 d
2
1 promised (that) he would report the accident that day
2 complained (that) they couldnt spell it because they didnt
have adictionary
3 said (that) he had learnt two hours before that his sister had
had ababy
4agreed (that) the inspector had arrived then
5 added (that) he thought the inspector was going to the
aireld later that day
6 replied (that) she wouldnt tell anyone about the accident the
day before
7protested (that) it wasnt fair (and) added that everyone
made mistakes
8 explained (that) she wouldnt be there the next/following day
because she was going on arst aid course
9admitted (that) that he had been the driver of the car in the
accident
3
1 You said we needed to clean the kitchen as well.
2 But you promised to do it.
3 Oh no you insisted that Idid it.
4 Because my mother said she was coming to visit.
5Itold you Iam sorry Icouldnt do it.
4
1 has 2 that 3 said 4takes 5 got 6to 7the (last week)
5
1 Iwould make some notes
2 told me about what had happened
3 there was awoman on the train with adead body
4had got on the train with her father the day before
5 had died about an hour
6had just told him
7this had never happened before
8Iwasnt sure what to do
9 we could go to the train together and interview her
10 would be there in ten minutes
6
1 Ithought he was asleep
2 He is my father and he died yesterday at the beginning of the
journey
3 Why didnt you report it
4 Ididnt tell anyone because Ididnt want to leave the train
5 Its very strange that you havent told anyone
6Ibought the tickets for the journey and Ididnt want to waste
the money
7
1 he was just going outside (and that) he might be some time
2 he was dying or he was going to die. (He pointed out that)
both were correct
3 he was bored with it all
4 he had had alot of fun (and that) he had enjoyed every
minute of it
5 was dying (then) he didnt think much of it
6the next/following day he would no longer be there
Reading
1
1 b 2 c
2
1 g 2 e 3 h 4 c 5 f 6 b
3
1 F 2 F 3 F 4 T 5 F 6 T 7 T 8 F 9T
Grammar
Reported questions and imperatives
1
1 Idid
2 Ihad thought about what sort of job Iwanted
3 Iwas interested in animals and that Iwanted to work in azoo
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Workbook Answer Key
4which subjects Iwas studying
5 Iwas doing biology, zoology and chemistry
6Ihad had any experience working with animals
7 Ihad worked as avolunteer in an animal rescue centre the
summer before
8 which university Iwanted to go to
9 Ididnt know (and asked) her to tell me which ones did zoology
10 nd out and send me the information; me to give her my
email address
Speaking
1
1 The photo shows 2 in the foreground 3 it looks as if
4 in the background 5 maybe 6 Icant make out
7 its hard to say 8 Its quite a
2
A question 3 1 look like 2 must B question 1 3 looks as
4 looks C question 2 5hard 6 maybe
3
Using present perfect to talk about events/actions just before
the photo was taken F
Saying what is similar in the photos A
Using present tenses to talk about events/actions in the photo E
Talking about each photo separately C
Speculating G
Talking about different parts of the photo D
Saying what is different in the photos B
Vocabulary
1
1 guard 2 assistant 3advisor 4actress 5graduate
6instructor 7apply 8 cook
2
1 graduate 2 Actress 3instructor 4inspector 5apply 6guard
7advisor 8assistants
3
1a resign 1b sack 2a on time 2b overtime 3a out of work
3bodd jobs 4a in charge of 4b responsible for 5aunemployed
5btake time off 6a part-time job 6btemporary job
4
1 d 2 e 3 a 4 f 5 b 6 c
5
1 skipped 2 paid 3 pass 4start 5drop out 6 take 7leaving
6
1 claimed 2 deal with 3pointed out 4protest 5attitude
6complain 7brakes 8 expel
Extend your vocabulary
1
2 split up 3 lined up 4turns up 5pulled up 6messed up
7owned up 8turned up
08 Getting away
Grammar
The Passive
1
1 b 2 b 3 a 4 d 5 c
2
1 has been designed
2 are linked/will be linked
3 will be delivered
4 are not being accepted
3
1 it was called Pilton festival
2 the festival will be watched by over 250,000 people
3have been played for hundreds of years
4are organised in Dunoon in Scotland
5are often watched by up to 20,000 spectators
6was built in 1599
7 was destroyed by re during aperformance in 1613
8 have been performed there since 1997
4
1 The swimming pool isnt going to be lled (up) this year.
2 The bedrooms will be cleaned next week.
3The guests bags were not/werent carried to her room.
4Amouse has just been seen in the kitchen!
5Credit cards are not accepted (at/by the hotel).
5
1 was written 2 were written 3 are used 4were not/werent
made 5were based 6is managed 7 is supported 8 has been
shown 9 have been written 10 will be lmed
Speaking
1
1 T 2 T 3 T 4 F
2
1 more 2 times; far 3 half 4rule 5as; as; along
Listening
1
1 Warsaw 2 Madrid 3cancelled 414.20 5delayed
2
1 T 2 F 3 F 4 T 5 T 6 T 7F 8 T
Writing
1
1 E 2 A 3 B 4 F 5 C
Vocabulary
1
1 superb 2 island 3 shabby 4passenger 5spa town
6inhabitant
2
a9 b 5 c 1 d 2 e 7 f 3 g 4 h 6 i8
3
1 check in 2 announcement 3 serve 4bustling
5passport control 6fasten 7guarantee 8 take-off 9aisle
10boarding card 11pilot 12instructions
4
1 announcements 2 check in 3boarding card 4gate
5instructions 6 fasten 7take-off 8 pilot 9 serve
5
1 thrilling 2 kayaking 3suitable 4extreme 5tranquil
6peaceful 7cycle 8 charming 9outdoor
6
1 kayaking 2 snowboarding 3 rock climbing 4 ice skating
5hang gliding 6scuba diving 7life jacket 8 helmet
Extend your vocabulary
1
1 draw 2 tackled 3 pass 4save 5lose 6missed 7serve
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09 Feelings
Grammar
Third Conditional
1
1 7 Hed have worked harder in French lessons if he had had
aFrench penfriend.
23 3 7 If Id enjoyed studying, Id/would have gone to
university.
4 3 53 6 3 7 7 If Ihadnt slept late this morning, Iwouldnt
have missed breakfast.
83 97 Iwouldnt have known anything about Picasso if we
hadnt learned about him at school.
107Alot of people wouldnt have been successful if they had
been discouraged by their failures.
2
1 If he hadnt broken the laptop, he wouldnt have needed to
buy anew one.
2If he had had money, he wouldnt have got ajob.
3 If he hadnt got ajob, he wouldnt have met Hannah.
3
1 If he had left the party earlier it would have been light.
2 If there had been alot of trafc, he wouldnt have cycled in
the dark.
3The driver may have seen him if she hadnt been driving so
fast.
4 If the driver hadnt taken Francis to hospital he wouldnt have
lived.
5If Katy hadnt been feeling guilty she wouldnt have visited
him.
4
1 Justin Timberlakes new record comes out Iwont buy it
2 President Kennedy hadnt gone to Dallas he wouldnt have
been shot
3you heat water to 100C, it boils
4 Ididnt like sport, Iwouldnt watch the TV sports channel
5 wouldnt have existed if Lennon and McCartney hadnt met
6its cold Iwear boots
7 have had an interesting conversation if they had met
8it snowed in June in Europe Iwould be able to go skiing then
9Avatar hadnt used 3D technology it wouldnt have made more
money than any other lm in history
10people didnt work very long hours they wouldnt feel so
stressed
Reading
1
1 C 2 A 3 B
2
1 b 2 b 3 c
3
1 F 2 F 3 F 4 T 5 T 6 F 7 F 8 T
4
1 e 2 h 3 b 4 a 5 c 6 d 7 f
Grammar
Iwish, If only
1
1 present 2 past 3 present 4 past 5present 6 past 7past
8present 9present 10 past
2
1 didnt have to share abedroom.
2hadnt forgotten to do my science homework.
3could remember peoples names.
4 had gone on holiday last year.
5 didnt argue alot with my sister.
6hadnt spent 100 on apair of jeans.
7 had got good marks in my last test.
8 had acar.
9could afford to go to the Katy Perry concert.
10 had had time to go to the graduation party last weekend.
3
1 Iwish we didnt have to leave now.
2Iwish Ihadnt left school at fteen.
3Iwish Ihadnt forgotten my mobile phone.
4 Iwish Ihad married my brother-in-law.
5 Iwish he was talking to me.
6Iwish Ihadnt agreed to babysit.
7Iwish Iknew how to swim.
4
1 Imet my cousins more often
2Ihad had piano lessons when Iwas achild
3 my brothers got on
4Ihad learnt to drive
5Ihad remembered to do my homework
6Ihadnt bought this computer 7Ilived closer to college
Speaking
1
1 was not 2 didnt know 3enjoyed
2
saying where and when it took place: during, this happened
connecting different parts of the story: because, but then, as
soon as, although, at rst, immediately
talking about how you felt: Ithought, so confused, Ifelt
3
1 this happened 2 during 3because 4although 5immediately
6 so confused 7Ithought 8 At rst 9 but then 10 Ifelt
11as soon as
Vocabulary
1
1 sentimental 2 creative 3self-condent 4temperamental
5arrogant 6 patient 7 carefree 8down-to-earth
2
1 down-to-earth 2 creative 3 patient 4temperamental
5sentimental 6arrogant
3
1 accuse 2 adapt 3 adore 4 amaze 5believe 6inuence
7realise 8sadden
4
1 believe 2 accused 3saddened 4adore 5inuenced 6adapt
7amazed 8 realised
5
1 backache 2 sick 3sneeze 4 suffer from 5coughing 6caught
7 u 8 chest 9breathed 10infection 11landed 12broken leg
6
1 burst 2 missed 3 ears 4butteries 5blood 6moon
Extend your vocabulary
1
get along with 3 look up to 3 run out on 3
2
1 run out on 2 keep up with 3 get out of 4got rid of
5cut down on 6catch up on 7check up on
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Workbook Answer Key
10 True art
Grammar
Modal verbs for speculation
1
1 could 2 might 3 might 4cant 5must
2
1 could have learned 2must have lost 3could have had
4could have visited 5couldnt have been 6couldnt have seen
3
1 cant have raced 2 might have killed 3might be
4might have been 5 might have stopped 6 must have been
7might have 8might have hidden
4
1 must live 2 couldnt have been arobbery 3might have
received an urgent phone call 4may have had an accident in
the garden 5could have driven 6 They cant have gone
Listening
1
married Colonel Christie 2
wrote her rst novel 4
grew up in Torquay 1
married Max Mallowan 7
got divorced 6
worked in ahospital 3
spent time in Egypt 8
disappeared for afew days5
2
1 F 2 T 3 T 4 F 5 T 6 F 7T 8 T
Speaking
1
1 Do you mean
2 The thing is
3 just asecond Ihavent nished
4 Im not sure what you mean.
5What Imean is
6Thats agood point.
2
1 Thats agood point
2 Why dont you tell us your opinion?
3 The thing is
4Let me put it another way
5Are you saying
Writing
1
A2 B 1 C 4 D 3
2
1 tells the story of 2 an adaptation 3agood balance
4takes place 5absolutely 6 amixture of
7well-written 8 hard to follow
3
1 B 2 A 3 D 4 C
Vocabulary
1
1 comedy 2 composer 3director 4musician 5painting
6performance 7rapper 8sculptor
2
1 rapper 2 sculptures 3music 4sculptors 5directors
6performance 7painting
3
1 art 2 thrilling 3 painters 4performance 5exhibition 6sculptor
4
1 b 2 a 3 c 4 c 5 a 6 c 7c 8 c 9 c
5
1 masterpiece 2 sculpture 3 concert 4genre
6
1 fantasy 2 Actor 3 horror 4spectacular 5musicals 6enigmatic
Extend your vocabulary
1
1 shot 2 scriptwriter 3screens 4box ofce hit 5release
6running time 7score
11 Looking good
Grammar
Articles
1
2 7 Who wore the rst mini-skirt?
3 7 In the nineteenth century
4 7 Rock singers and lm stars often start fashions.
8 7 My mothers old boss would never allow awoman to wear
trousers to work.
9 7 Jeans are worn by men and women all over the world.
2
1 the 2 a 3 the 4 the 5 the 6 a 7 a 8 the 9an 10
3
1 the 2 The; a 3 ; 4 the; 5The; the 6; the; the
7;the; the 8 a; an
4
SUNGLASSES
1 2 3 the 4 5 the 6the 7 the 8 a 9 10 the 11 an
12 13 14the
HIGH SHOES
1 the 2 a 3 The 4 5 6 7 A 8 9the 10 an 11 the
UNDERWEIGHT GIRLS OUT
1 A 2 3 4 5 The 6 7 8 9the 10
5
1 the 2 3 an 4 a 5 the 6the 7the 8 a 9 10 a 11 the
12the 13 14 15 16a 17 an 18 a 19the 20an 21
22the 23 the 24the 25 26 a 27 the
Reading
1
1 E 2 B 3 A 4 D 5 C
2
1 d 2 e 3 b 4 f 5 a
3
1 F 2 O 3 F 4 O 5 F
Grammar
have something done
1
1 Tom didnt have asuit made.
2They have had acake made.
3Rebecca will have her nails done by amanicurist.
4Tom will have his hair cut and dyed at the barbers.
5 They will have their photograph taken.
2
1 Mrs Harris had her car cleaned last Saturday.
2 Mr West and Mr Harris had their suits cleaned last week.
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3Mr West is having/is going to have his beard trimmed at the
barbers next Saturday morning.
4Mrs Harris is having her nails painted now.
5They had their photograph taken at the wedding last month.
3
1 to have their wrinkles lifted
2 have their nose made smaller
3 to have done
4 to have their knees replaced
5to have their teeth checked
6 to have laser eye surgery done
4
1 They are going to have the grass cut.
2They are going to have the car removed.
3They are going to have the walls cleaned.
4They are going to have the roof repaired.
5They are going to have anew garden wall built.
Speaking
1
1 s wearing 2 looks like 3looks 4looks 5look like 6 looks
2
1 He looks like atypical private school pupil.
2 He looks as if hes about ve years old.
3He doesnt look like his father.
4Hes got curly blond hair.
5 Hes overweight.
6 He looks quite serious.
Vocabulary
1
1 beauty 2 tness 3comfort 4weight 5daily 6 physique
7painful 8trendy 9vain 10 wavy
2
1 daily 2 trends 3 vain 4trendy 5physique 6painful
3
1 bald 2 ginger 3 dyed 4well 5 slim
4
Opinion: neat, scruffy, trendy
Length/type: bald, wavy, curly
Colour: silver, dyed, highlights
Style: shaved, spiky, dreadlocks
5
1 dark 2 curly 3 is clean-shaven 4casual 5overweight
6shoulder-length 7aparting 8 smart 9 elderly 10 straight
11amoustache 12unfashionable 13 slim 14dark 15casual
16 keeps in shape
Extend your vocabulary
1
designer
2
1 fashion show 2 fashion statement 3fashion conscious
4fashion model 5fashion victim 6 fashion magazine
3
1 fashion magazine 2fashion conscious 3fashion models
4fashion statement 5fashion victims 6 fashion shows
12 The hard sell
Grammar
Verb patterns
1
1 eating 2 eat 3 eating 4 to eat 5eat 6eating 7 eating
8eating 9toeat
2
1 having 2 cooking 3 to have 4 bring back 5driving 6nish
7to get 8buying 9eating; cooking
3
1 a 2 c 3 d 4 a 5 b 6 d
4
1 making 2 to do 3enjoying 4 to use 5sitting 6 drinking
7make 8 having 9to impress 10 eating 11to give
12welcoming 13to eat
Listening
1
1 B 2 B 3 B 4 A 5 J 6 A
2
1 b 2 d 3 c 4 a 5 b 6 b
Speaking
1
1 Its not what Iordered
2Im trying my best
3 there is amistake in the bill
4dont blame me
5 Your waiter was extremely rude to me 6 Its entirely our fault
Writing
1
1 B 2 D 3 A 4 C
2
1 areason for writing (para A) 2acomplaint (para C)
3asuggestion (para C) 4 areason for the complaint (para B)
5two alternative solutions (para D) 6 astandard closing
expression (paraD)
3
1 customer service 2acceptable 3 damaged 4missing
5online 6guarantees 7 refund 8charged
Vocabulary
1
1 apologetic 2 articial 3faulty 4nancial 5 hurry 6natural
7nutritious 8personal 9reduced 10 salt 11tasty
2
1 faulty 2 nutritious 3reduced 4articial 5salt 6apologetic
3
1 natural 2 tasty 3 apology 4replacement 5refund
6compensation 7 sale 8ordered
4
1 c 2 a 3 d 4 d 5 a 6 b
5
1 fresh 2 stale 3 tough 4cooked 5colouring 6 lost
6
1 chain stores 2 reduced 3try (it) on 4cash register 5credit
card 6cashpoint
Extend your vocabulary
1
1 shop oor 2 shopsoiled 3shopped 4shut up shop
5 all over the shop 6talk shop 7shoplift 8 shop steward
9set up shop
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