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PRESENT SIMPLE
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Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Fill in with the present tense of the verbs in brackets.


Silvia (1) _________ (be) a teenage girl who (2) __________ (have)
agoraphobia. That is, she (3) _____________ (fear) open places, so when
she (4) _______________ (be) not at school, she (5) ______________
(stay) at home and (6) _____________ (study), (7) ____________ (read) or
(8)
___________ (watch) documentaries and news programmes on
television. Naturally she (9) _________________ (do) well at school. She (10) _____________ (go) to school
by car. Her father (11) _____________ (take) her early in the morning and her mother (12) _____________
(fetch) her in the late afternoon. Her friends (13) _______________ (ask) her if she (14) _____________
(miss) the life of a normal teenager. She (15) _____________ (reply) that she
_____________ (not miss) it because she really (17) _______________ (enjoy) reading good books and
_______________ (not want) to go out. But sometimes, when no one
(19)
_______________ (be) there to see, she (20) _______________ (cry) and (21) _________________ (wish)
that she didnt have this illness.
(16)

(18)

B.

Complete this interview with Silvia. Follow the example.


Interviewer
Silvia, do you have (you have) a phobia?
(1)

Yes, I do.

What
called?

______________ (it be)

Agoraphobia.

What (2)

______________ (it mean)?

It (3)

(5)

________ (mean) I (4) _______ (be) afraid of open spaces.

______________ (it be) the


opposite of claustrophobia?

Yes, I (6)

(8)

No, I (9)

______________ (you have) to stay

________ (suppose) it (7) ________ (be).

________ (not do). I (10) ________ (go) to school, but I


________ (not play) games outdoors.

at home all the time?

(11)

What (12) ______________ (you do)


when you (13) ______ (be) at home?

I (14)

(17)

Well, yes and no. I (18) ________ (wish) I could go to the beach,
but I (19) ________ (not want) to wait for buses!

______________ (you not miss)

having a normal teenage life?

C.

Silvia

________ (study), (15) ________ (read) and


(16)
________ (help) with the housework and cooking.

Match each sentence with its use.


1. When water freezes, it expands.

a) habit or routine (often with a frequency adverb)

2. This soup tastes as good as it smells.

b) opinion, preference, judgement

3. You like coffee but I prefer tea.

c) timetable / scheduled event

4. Fred works for a Scottish bank.

d) general truth or natural law

5. My flight to London takes off at three p.m.

e) something that stimulates the senses

6. I promise that I will marry you.

f) permanent fact or situation

7. Mary usually comes for dinner around 8.30.

g) performative: a word that is a social act

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Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

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Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Fill in the gaps with subject or object personal pronouns.


1. Wouldnt _______________ like to have a cup of tea?
2. My mother is waiting for David to take _______________ to the doctor.
3. _______________ live far from my parents, so _______________ miss _______________.
4. Somebody stole our car. _______________ want it to be returned to _______________.
5. The bus is late and the kids are waiting. Somebody should warn _______________.
6. _______________ was here to tell _______________ he can drive you to school.

B.

Fill in the gaps with possessive determiners or possessive pronouns.


1. Peter and Brian like to hang out with _______________ friends.
2. Anna took _______________ new coat to school.
3. I enjoy reading books but _______________ brother prefers to watch football on TV.
4. You gave me back the wrong book. That book isnt _______________, its _______________.
5. We live in that house. Thats _______________ home.
6. Peter has great sweaters. _______________ grandmother loves knitting.

C.

Read the text and fill in the gaps with the right pronoun or determiner.
Susan loves to hang out with (1) ___________
friends. (2) ______________ are a curious bunch of
people with all sorts of different interests. Peter has (3)
______________ own T-shirt label and loves rap
music. Cathy is an accomplished guitar player and
carries (4) ______________ with (5) ______________
all the time. (6) ______________ sister, Sally, is into
singing and has (7) ______________ own music
band. (8) ______________ all have time for (9)
_______________ activities after school and you can
see (10) _______________ leave school in a hurry to
get to (11) ______________ commitments as quickly
as possible.

UNIT PLAN
WORKSHEETS

PRONOUNS AND DETERMINERS

WORKSHEET 3
Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

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Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Complete the text with the present simple or present continuous.


Josh Hartnett, the famous film star who played a soldier in Pearl Harbour,
(1)
____________ (spend) a few days in Spain. He (2) ____________ (get) ready for a
new film.
Josh (3) ____________ (love) acting but he (4) ____________ (not enjoy) being
famous. He (5) ____________ (live) in a small town in the US State of Minnesota
because he (6) ____________ (not like) the showbiz way of life in LA. When he
____________ (go out), he always (8) ____________ (take) a hat with him,
because he (9) ____________ (not want) to be recognised. Now he (10)_______________ ____________ (play) golf
with his friends.
(7)

B.

Complete these sentences by putting the verbs in brackets into the present simple or continuous. You
have to decide if it is affirmative, negative or interrogative.

Catherine ______ (like) playing


tennis. She _________ (prefer)
swimming.

I ____________ (read) many


books at the moment. I am too
busy at school.

They ____________ (eat) at a


very good restaurant on Fridays.

I know its midnight but


I __________ (feel) tired.
I won't go to bed yet!

What time ____________ Peter


____________ (finish) school in
the afternoon?

We ____________ (look) at the


photos from our last holiday.

Turn off the radio, please. I


_____________ (listen) to it.

You can change the channel if you


want. I _____________ (watch)
this programme.

Slow down George! You


____________ (run) too fast
and youll get tired soon!

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PRESENT SIMPLE AND PRESENT CONTINUOUS


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Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Here are eight questions to help you get to know your partner better. Ask the questions using the
present simple. Find out:
1. where he/she lives
_____________________________________________________________________________________
2. if he/she lives far from school
_____________________________________________________________________________________
3. what he/she usually does at the weekends
_____________________________________________________________________________________
4. if he/she usually goes out after dinner
_____________________________________________________________________________________
5. what type of music he/she likes listening to
_____________________________________________________________________________________
6. where he/she usually spends his/her free time
_____________________________________________________________________________________
7. what his/her favourite subjects are
_____________________________________________________________________________________
8. if he/she likes school
_____________________________________________________________________________________

B.

Choose one of these verbs to complete each sentence.


Use the present simple or continuous. Make the necessary changes.

like
1

rain

wear

have

swim

They __________ a great time at Peter ___________ watching


the school party.
TV.

Would you like to go for a swim? Take your umbrella with you. It
No, I ___________ basketball with ____________ very hard
my classmates!
outside.

play
3

Look at that outfit that Mary ________.


Is she going to play tennis?

Johny, Richard and Lucy arent


here at the moment. They
________ in the pool.

UNIT PLAN
WORKSHEETS

PRESENT SIMPLE AND PRESENT CONTINUOUS

WORKSHEET 5
Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

Teacher ____________________

Match the uses of the past simple with the sentences.

1. I read a book every week when I was young.

B.

No. ______ Class _______

2. Last year I got a ticket to travel across Europe


by train on my birthday.

3. Yesterday, I got out of bed, put on my clothes


and ran out the door to get to school on time.

4. Last night, I saw a film on TV that kept me from


sleeping all night.

5. I spent a lot of time at my grandmothers when


I was a baby.

6. I cleaned the kitchen and drank some tea


before going to bed.

a) Action that started and


finished in the past.

b) Regular actions in the


past.

c) A sequence of
completed actions.

Fill in the gaps with the past simple of the verbs in brackets.
1. Yesterday, Hanna ____________________ (post) a letter to her cousins in Cape Town.
2. I ____________________ (go) to London two days ago for a business meeting.
3. They ____________________ (eat) at that fancy new restaurant last night.
4. Susan ______________ (go) to bed at 9 p.m., ______________ (get up) at 6 a.m. and
_____________ (leave) home around 11 to meet her father.
5. Last year, Peter ____________________ (study) hard for his exams.
6. Alice ____________________ (cook) for herself when she was a student.
7. We ____________________ (not/play) basketball yesterday.
8. He ____________________ (be) very busy.
9. ____________________ (he/watch) TV last night?
10. They ____________________ (not/be) at home.

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PAST SIMPLE
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Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Read this telephone conversation between Jeanie and her friend Greg.
Write the missing questions.
Jeanie: Is this you, Greg?
Greg:

Yes, this is me.

Jeanie: How are you?


Greg:

Im fine, thank you. And you?

Jeanie: Im fine, too.


Greg:

I didnt know that youd already come back from your holiday.
(1)
____________________________________________________ ?

Jeanie: I went to France.


Greg:

(2)

____________________________________________________ ?

Jeanie: No, I went with my parents and my sister.


Greg:

(3)

____________________________________________________ ?

Jeanie: No, we didnt travel by plane. We took a ferry.


Greg:

(4)

____________________________________________________ ?

Jeanie: It took us about twelve hours to get there.


Greg:

(5)

____________________________________________________ ?

Jeanie: Yes, I enjoyed the journey very much. The only problem was that we got lost.
Greg:

I cant believe it! How did it happen?

Jeanie: My sister and I got lost on the boat.


Greg:

(6)

____________________________________________________ ?

Jeanie: Yes, we had great fun. We went sightseeing and visited interesting monuments.
Greg:

(7)

____________________________________________________ ?

Jeanie: The weather was fine. It was sunny and warm.


Greg:

Im glad you enjoyed yourself.

Jeanie: Well, my mum is coming. Ill call you later. Bye.


B.

Ask questions for the bold part of the sentence.


1. ________________________________________________________________________________ ?
The girl at the ticket office didnt have any change.
2. ________________________________________________________________________________ ?
I met Peter for the first time last night.
3. ________________________________________________________________________________ ?
I went to the movies because I didnt have any classes in the afternoon.
4. ________________________________________________________________________________ ?
I came back home by train.

UNIT PLAN
WORKSHEETS

PAST SIMPLE

WORKSHEET 7
Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

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Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Read Annas email to her friend telling her about a rock concert and fill in the gaps with the past
continuous of the verbs in brackets.
Hello, Paula.
I had a great time last night. The concert was amazing! Some fans
(1)
_________________ (scream), some
(2)
________________ (shout) all around me and some
(3)
________________ (use) their mobiles to take pictures of the band
on stage. At some point, someone
(4)
_________________ (talk) on my ear but I couldnt understand what
they (5) _________________ (say)! The music was awesome! After the
concert, we
(6)
_________________ (look) for a place to buy something to drink
when we met Philip. He
(7)
_________________ (eat) a snack. When we came back (around midnight), it
(8)
_________________ (rain), and we were desperate to be back in bed.

B.

Match the different uses of the past continuous with the sentences.
1. While we were looking for a taxi, Janet
was calling her parents.

C.

a) Action or situation in
progress at a certain
time in the past.

2. We were sitting by the main stage when


the musicians came in to test their
instruments.

b) Two actions happening

3. Yesterday, the bands lead singer was


giving autographs to a group of fans.

at the same time in the


past.
c) Interrupted action or

situation in the past.

Fill in the blanks with the past continuous of the verbs in brackets.
1. Susan _________________ (ask) me the way to the cafeteria when you came in.
2. While they ___________ (try) to figure out what was wrong with the computer the lights went out.
3. Last night, Kate _________________ (play) snooker with her friends at the local pub.
4. My mother _________________ (phone) my sister when I arrived home.
5. Yesterday, a strange man _____________ (stand) in front of my house.
6. As I _________________ (leave) home I heard him crying for help.

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PAST CONTINUOUS
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Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

A. Fill in the gaps with the correct verb tense: past simple or continuous.
1. Daniel and Frank _________________ (walk) home when they _________________ (hear) a strange
noise.
2. They _________________ (know) someone _________________ (follow) them.
3. Im afraid I _________________ (not hear) what you said.
4. The sun _________________ (shine) when I _________________ (wake up).
5. I _________________ (lose) my wallet when I _________________ (play) football with my friends.
6. My sister _________________ (burn) herself while she _________________ (bake) cookies.
7. They _________________ (have) a party when the lights _________________ (go) out.
8. When they _________________ (arrive) in Madrid it _________________ (rain).

B.

School is out! Read the paragraphs and put the verbs into the past simple or continuous.
a) Two years ago, my friends and I (1) _______________ (go)
camping. It (2) _________________ (be) sunny and we
(3)

_________________ (go) swimming.

While we (4) _________________ (swim), a film crew


(5)

_________________ (arrive) with lots of actors. The director

____________________ (tell) us to stay in the water because it


was natural. It was my first film and the only thing covering my skin were my swimming trunks.
(6)

b) I (1) ___________________ (meet) my girlfriend last year. I


(2)

___________________ (see) her while I (3) ___________________ (play) football on the beach.

I (4) ___________________ (ask) her out and she (5) ___________________ (accept). It was great!
c) Last holiday term I (1) _________________ (find) a part-time job working in a restaurant kitchen and
I (2) _________________ (love) it! I (3) _________________ (do) all sorts of different things and
(4)

_________________ (learn) a lot from the experience. Both the chef and my other colleagues

_________________ (help) me all time and the hours (6) _________________ (go) by really fast.
d) My mother (1) _________________ (enlist) me on a summer girls football school and I
(2)
_________________ (love) it! The other girls (3) _________________ always _____________ (play)
pranks on me that was annoying but I (4) _________________ (enjoy) it all the same.
(5)

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WORKSHEETS

PAST SIMPLE VS PAST CONTINUOUS

WORKSHEET 98
Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

Teacher ____________________

Think about the types of food presented below and say which ones are countable and uncountable.
Write the words under the correct column.

Rice

Orange

Cucumber

Milk

Sugar

Bread

Pasta

Biscuit (Cookie)

Cheese

Water

Pear

Meat

Fish

Potato

Apple

Tomato

Vegetables

Butter

Jam (Jelly)

Sausage

Countable nouns

B.

No. ______ Class _______

Uncountable nouns

Match the words on the left with the uncountable nouns on the right.
1. a loaf of
2. a bag of
3. a can of
4. a bowl of
5. a carton of
6. a jar of
7. a jug of
8. a tin (can) of

a) crisps (chips)
b) rice
c) fizzy drink (soda)
d) sardines
e) jam (jelly)
f) juice
g) bread
h) milk
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COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS


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Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Complete the sentences using a/an or some if necessary.


1. Would you like __________ sugar in your tea?
2. I love eating __________ chocolate!
3. I like to have __________ orange for breakfast.
4. Susan didnt eat much for dinner, only __________ bowl of soup and __________ bread.
5. Is __________ bottle of water enough for the journey?
6. Julian loves eating __________ apricots in the Summer!
7. My mothers favourite breakfast is __________ bowl of cereal.
8. I need to buy __________ food for dinner.

B.

Choose the correct expressions of quantity to complete the gaps. You might have to use some more
than once.
a piece of
a slice of
a glass of
a can of

_______ toast

_______ tea

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______ pizza

a box of
a cup of
a loaf of
a bag of

_______ sardines

_______ cake

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_______ fruit juice

_______ water

_______ bread

13

_______ beans

a carton of
a jar of
a jug of
a bowl of

_______ cheese

_______ milk

14

_______ peas

_______ chocolates
10

______ jam

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_______ soup

UNIT PLAN
WORKSHEETS

COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS

WORKSHEET 118
Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

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Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Complete the sentences with used to and the most suitable verb from the box.

cook

be

cover

drink(x2)

eat

1. I _______________ a lot of soda when I was a kid and that is why I have bad teeth.
2. My mother _______________ rice with every single meal but now she prefers steamed vegetables.
3. My brother has a serious weight problem because he _______________ a lot of sweets when he was
young.
4. I _______________ my toast with a thick layer of butter but my doctor told me to cut down on fats.
5. People _______________ cows milk for calcium intake but now some people prefer soy milk.
6. Twenty years ago, people didnt _______________ so concerned about their eating habits as they are
now.

B.

Sally has changed a lot. Complete the sentences with used to and the present tense. Make the
necessary changes.
1. I was overweight.
I used to be overweight but now Im slim.
2. I didnt take any exercise.
I ______________________ but now I ______________________ every day.
3. I ate fast food every day.
I _________________ but now I _________________ healthy food all the time.
4. I drank soda every day.
I ______________________ but now I only ___________________ water.
5. I enjoyed watching TV.
I _____________________ but now I _____________________ books more often.
6. My mum bought lots of chocolates and cookies.
My mum ___________________ but now she mostly ___________________ fruit and vegetables.

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Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

Complete with much or many.


1. How _____________ sugar is there?
2. How _____________ apples are there in the basket?
3. How _____________ oil do we need?
4. How _____________ fruit juice is left?
5. How _____________ sausages do we have?
6. How _____________ eggs are there in 1 dozen?
7. How _____________ water do you drink every day?
8. How _____________ oranges do you want?
9. How _____________ meat is enough for all of us?
10. How _____________ flour does that recipe take?
11. How _____________ lumps of sugar in your tea?
12. How _____________ rice shall I buy?

B.

Fill in the gaps with much, many or a lot (of).


1. I havent got _____________ sugar.
2. Don't put _____________ salt in your salad.
3. There are _____________ rooms in this flat.
4. I drink _____________ coffee.
5. How _____________ milk do you drink a day?
6. There arent _____________ people in the park today.
7. I dont know how _____________ water I drink every day.
8. How _____________ food should I eat to be strong?
9. You have _____________ friends.
10. _____________ teens eat fast food every day.

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

UNIT PLAN
WORKSHEETS

QUANTIFIERS

WORKSHEET 138
Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Complete the sentences. Use should or shouldnt and a verb from the box.

invite

be (3x)

believe

study

do

go (x2)

buy

take

1. Governments _______________ _________ more to help poorer countries.


2. _______________ I _______________ Peter to my birthday party?
3. You _____________________ everything you read on the Internet.
4. I wonder where Diana is. She ______________________ here by now.
5. He ______________________ hard for the exam.
6. There are a lot of cinemas in the city. It ______________________ difficult to find a good film.
7. Andrew had a hard time at that school. He ______________________ back there.
8. You ______________________ more careful with what you eat.
9. Luisa is feeling worse. She ______________________ out in this weather.
10. My father thinks I ______________________ that second-hand car. It makes a strange noise.
11. John is planning to go camping this summer. _______________ he _______________ a waterproof
tent?

B.

Choose the correct answer to complete the sentences.


1. You look really tired. You _______________ go to bed.
a) should

b) shouldnt

c) can

2. I think Sarah _______________ go home. Its very late and her mother is waiting for her.
a) mustnt

b) should

c) shouldnt

3. I havent got much time. I _______________ hurry.


a) should

b) mustnt

c) must

4. Your little brother is sleeping. We _______________ make any noise.


a) should

b) must

c) mustnt

5. Sonia isnt in the kitchen. She _______________ be in the garden.


a) should

b) must

c) mustnt

6. Do you think I _______________ donate some money to relief organizations?


a) must

b) should

c) shouldnt

7. Children _______________ watch so much TV.


a) should

b) must

c) shouldnt

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Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

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Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Choose the best option to complete these sentences.


1. She _______________ try to reinstall Windows; it might work.
a) should

b) must

c) could

2. _______________ I come to your house for dinner?


a) May

b) Should

c) Must

3. You _______________ find that shop without the street plan.


a) must not

b) shouldnt

c) cannot

4. You _______________ drink more water during the day.


a) can

b) should

c) may

5. We _______________ always read the small print on every contract.


a) must

b) can

c) may

6. _______________ I show you the way to the bank?


a) Can

b) Should

c) Must

7. Tell Peter he _______________ come home immediately!


a) must

b) should

c) can

8. You are not feeling well! You _______________ see a doctor!


a) may

B.

b) should

c) can

Complete with can, cant, could, couldnt, may, might, shouldnt or must.
1. David _______________ drink a lot of water to bring his fever down.
2. _______________ you cook dinner tonight?
3. We _______________ join them for a drink later today if we have time.
4. Julian _______________ be late for lunch.
5. I _______________ make a cake today because I'm very busy.
6. _______________ you pass me the salt, please?
7. I _______________ finish the book. I had no time.
8. _______________ I suggest the fish as a main course?
9. Mark _______________ eat so many cakes. He is very fat.
10. Im afraid you _______________ use those eggs. Ill need them for breakfast tomorrow.

UNIT PLAN
WORKSHEETS

MODAL VERBS

WORKSHEET 158
Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

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Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Look at the pictures and choose: so or such?

Silvia looks so / such good


in that dress!

Its so / such cold we can hardly My little sister had so / such


feel our toes.
a hard time at the dentist!

I was so / such stressed


Carol had so / such a nice time
about my exams that my
Philip is so / such a great kid!
hanging out with her friends.
mother had to calm me down.

Anna is going to have so /


such a great night out!

B.

My brother is so / such clever


with new technologies.

We had so / such a great game


of chess at school.

Read the following sentences and rewrite them using so that or such that.
1. Sarah is not going away for the holidays because she is very busy.
___________________________________________________________________________________
2. William couldnt buy those trousers because they were too expensive.
___________________________________________________________________________________
3. June didnt go to the party because she was feeling ill.
___________________________________________________________________________________
4. Andrew would like to visit London because it's a very interesting town.
___________________________________________________________________________________
5. Joanna has lost her mobile phone because she is absent minded.
___________________________________________________________________________________
6. My parents didnt see the film because they were late.
___________________________________________________________________________________

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Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Susie has found a list of all the things she once planned to do when she would grow up.
Write what she has done and what she hasnt done yet.

get married
______________________

visit Paris
______________________

go on a cruise
______________________

pursue an university degree


______________________

buy a house
______________________

get a job in publishing


______________________

have two children


______________________

B.

host big family gatherings


______________________

run the marathon


______________________

Write the verbs in brackets in the present perfect.


1. We ________________ (not see) James for a long time.
2. The film ________________ just ________________ (start).
3. Nigel is the only person who ________________ (visit) Sydney.
4. Karen and Jacqueline ________________ (be) to Japan.
5. Joanna ________________ (travel) to Italy.
6. They ________________ (live) here for three years.
7. I ________________ never ________________ (hear) that before.
8. Mary ________________ (finish) a training course.
9. ________________ you ever ________________ (see) the Niagara Falls?
10. I ________________ (know) Catherine for six months.

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PRESENT PERFECT

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Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Choose the correct option to complete each sentence.


1. He has _________________ at least four weeks there.
a) spend

b) spent

c) spends

2. Have you _________________ to the top of the Eiffel Tower?


a) go up

b) went up

c) gone up

3. I havent _________________ writing this article yet.


a) finish

b) finished

c) finishing

4. He has never _________________ this movie.


a) see

b) saw

c) seen

5. She has _________________ here since my parents marriage.


a) lived

B.

b) live

c) living

Fill in the gaps with the present perfect of the verbs in brackets.
Lauren (1) _________________ (be) all over the place! She is a fashionista who (2) _________________
(travel) around the world. She (3) _________________ (know) all the important people in the fashion
business and (4) _________________ (try) on outfits created by the greatest names in Paris, London and
New York. She (5) _________________ (not lose) a single opportunity to get closer to all the important
people both in the retailer business as in the fashion related media. A lot of famous fashion designers and
top models (6) _________________ (stay) at her place and she (7) _________________ (meet) almost
everyone who is someone in the fashion world.

C.

Say which of the present perfect uses correspond to the sentences below.
a) Something that happened at an
unspecified time in the past.

b) Something that started in the past


and continued up to the present.

c) Something that happened


recently.

1. Karen has lived in Paris for a long time and she has been there till this day.

2. Justine has been to Rome many times.

3. My mother has just bought a brand new car.

4. Peter has told his family about our marriage but I havent.

5. Look what Ive bought.

6. Paul has stayed at this flat for a while now.

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Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Complete the sentences with the verbs in the present perfect.


1. How long ____________________ (you / stay) in New York?
2. I ____________________ (never / be) abroad.
3. Mark ____________________ (always / believe) in Santa Claus.
4. They ____________________ (already / meet) their grandson.
5. She ____________________ (be) sick for some time.
6. We ____________________ (live) here since we were born.
7. He ____________________ (read) a lot recently.
8. I ____________________ (just / see) Margaret.

B.

Ask questions for these answers.

I have been at home all day.

We have found a key in the


garden.

He has bought eleven CDs.

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

He has talked to his teacher. He has played computer for 2


hours.

The children have done their


homework.

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

_______________________

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PRESENT PERFECT

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Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

B.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Consider the meanings on the left column with the right form of the verb to look.
1. try to find

a) look down on

2. consider inferior or unimportant

b) look forward to

3. be careful

c) look for

4. take care of, be responsible for

d) look around

5. search for and find information in a reference book or database

e) look after

6. walk around a place / building to see what is there

f) look out

7. be excited about something that is going to happen

g) look (something) up

Fill in the blanks with the right combination of to look + a preposition.


1. Janice is looking ________________ a place to rent.
2. You dont know who Thomas Jefferson was? Look
him ________________ on Google!
3. Im really looking ________________ visit my brother in
Bristol next month!
4. Look _______________ for anyone following you on the street!
5. Jane has a hard life! She has to look ________________ her elderly mother at all times.
6. Can I help you, Miss? Is there anything youre looking ________________?
7. Herbert is an arrogant fool! He looks ________________ on everyone around him!
8. Julia was visiting Paris for the first time in her life! She was looking ____________________ to go there
for a long time.
9. Before travelling there, she had looked ____________________ a number of addresses on the web and
was well prepared to make the most of her time.

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Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Fill in the blanks with the present perfect or past simple of the verbs in brackets.
When I (1) __________________ (be) a little girl all that I (2) _________________ (want) was to be a pop
star! I (3) _______________ (lose) track of how many magazines and CDs I (4) __________________ (buy)
on my quest to get closer to my dream. My parents (5) _________________ (try) to convince me to pursue
different goals, but I (6) ________________ (follow) a completely different path than the one they
(7)

________________ (point) me into. I (8) ________________ (look up) a singing school and

__________________ (enlist) with a voice coach. Later, I (10) __________________ (go) into drama
school and (11) ________________ (meet) a lot of new friends and it (12) ________________ (give) me some
of my most interesting learning experiences. From that moment on, I (13) _____________ (set) some very
clear goals to my life and I plan to stick to them!
(9)

B.

Fill in the gaps with have or has.


1. She ______________ locked the door.
2. We ______________ thought about it very well.
3. The little boy ______________ opened the box.
4. My father ______________ helped me in the garden.
5. They ______________ joined us for lunch.
6. Peter ______________ received the message.

C.

Fill in the gaps with the correct form of the verb in brackets.
1. We have ___________________ (work) a lot today.
2. She has ___________________ (run) all to way to the station.
3. All the guests have ___________________ (dance) all night.
4. They have ___________________ (sing) in the chorus.
5. He has ___________________ (drive) very fast.
6. We have ___________________ (meet) a lot of people.
7. The girls have ___________________ (take) a lot of food to the picnic.
8. Joan has ___________________ (feel) very weak.
9. I have ___________________ (take) the dog for a walk.
10. He has ___________________ (pay) a lot of money for those jeans.

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PRESENT PERFECT VS PAST SIMPLE

WORKSHEET 218
Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

A. Make adjectives by putting together the following negative prefixes and the words from the list
below.

un-

in-

im-

il-

ir-

caring _____________ responsible _________

interesting __________

fortunate ___________

important ___________ popular ___________

realistic ____________

polite _____________

literate ____________

appropriate _________

logical ____________

legal ______________

B. Now do the same but this time create adjectives by putting together the following suffixes with the
words from the list below.

-ful

-ous

-less

beauty___________
success__________

courage____________
comfort_____________
creativity ___________ fury_______________
reliability _____________ generosity __________

C.

-able

-ible

-ive

child __________

care _____________

motion __________
fear_____________
access__________

fashion _____________
responsibility ________
impression _________

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate adjective.

Shes so pretty, shes really


______________________.

Peter has done well with his job.


Hes had a ___________career.

You cant smoke in here. Its This is a nice couch. Very


______________________ ! _______________________.

If you dont learn how to read


youll remain_____________.

Hes so rude, so
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Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

Teacher ____________________

Fill in the table with the adjectives below according to their type.
Opinion

Size

ugly
big
red
extravagant
oversized

B.

No. ______ Class _______

small
orange
wool
cotton
elegant

Colour

pretty
leather
silk
Indian
blue

Origin

large
black
French
creamy
German

Material

strange
American
Spanish
white
synthetic

Fill in the blanks placing the adjectives in the right order.


1. Maria loved my __________, __________, __________ dress.
silk / pink / cute
2. Philip wants to buy a pair of __________, __________ shoes.
suede / black
3. Thats a _________, _________, _________ jacket. Where did you buy it?
black / little / lovely
4. Ill take the __________, __________, __________ T-shirt over there!
white / big / cotton
5. I think my mother would like this __________, __________, __________, __________ coat.
brown / French / cotton / oversized
6. I dont like that __________, __________, __________, __________ skirt.
loose / creamy / ugly / wool
7. There is no way Im going to buy that __________, __________, __________ jacket!
leather / blue / expensive
8. This __________, __________, __________, __________ sofa will look perfect in my living room.
large / comfortable / leather / black

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ORDER OF ADJECTIVES

WORKSHEET 238
Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Join the sentences with and, but, so or or.


1. It was raining. I took my umbrella.
___________________________________________________________________________________
2. He is Portuguese. He speaks English very well.
___________________________________________________________________________________
3. We could cook something for dinner. We could order a pizza.
___________________________________________________________________________________
4. He tried to read that book. It was too difficult.
___________________________________________________________________________________
5. We loved the restaurant decoration. The food was delicious.
___________________________________________________________________________________
6. I needed some money. I accepted the job.
___________________________________________________________________________________
7. Next holiday we may go to Rome. We may go to Paris.
___________________________________________________________________________________
8. Last night we went to the pub. We went to the disco.
___________________________________________________________________________________

B.

Read and match the two columns to build sentences about Kate Moss.
1. Kate has started working as a model
when she was 14 years old

a) because she was discovered by Sarah


Doukas, a modelling agent.

2. She was involved in some drug related


scandals

b) and took part in campaigns with some of


the major fashions brands.

3. She has worked extensively for a lot


of fashion magazines
4. She always stood out from the other
supermodels of her time

c) because she wasnt that tall.

d) but she managed to remain a popular


personality in the public eye.

e) since she has strong connections


to the music business.

6. She has made appearances in


a number of pop videos,

f) but she is also a major contributor to a


large number of charities.

7. She was born in Croydon, London,

5. According to Forbes magazine,


Moss is extremely wealthy,

g) therefore she kept a strong


connection to her birthplace and still
lives mostly there to this day.
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Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Fill in the blanks with the -ing form of the verbs in brackets.
I love (1) __________________ (watch) TV! From crime series to reality shows, I really enjoy
(2)
_________________ (spend) my time on the sofa (3) _________________ (go) through all this stuff. My
mother keeps (4) _________________ (tell) me I need to move more and get out of the house but I find it
hard to stop (5) __________________ (obsess) about whats (6) __________________ (go) on the small
screen. Last week, I went (7) _________________ (swim) for a couple of hours and today I started my
morning with a bit of (8) __________________ (run) around the park but I really have to force myself to do
these things. They dont come naturally to me. I will go (9) _________________ (shop) after
_________________ (leave) school today but I dont quite see myself
up my old lifestyle just yet.
(10)

B.

C.

(11)

__________________ (give)

Write the gerund of the following verbs.


1. stop

6. travel

2. enjoy

7. lie

3. study

8. die

4. begin

9. run

5. make

10. imagine

Use the -ing form of the verbs in the box and label the pictures.

run

eat

_________________

_________________

cook

clean

_________________

_________________

read

knit

_________________

_________________

wash

write

_________________

_________________

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GERUND (-ING FORM)

WORKSHEET 258
Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Read the text and fill in the blanks with the right form of the infinitive of the verbs in brackets (with or
without to).
Today Im going to the cinema with my friend Clara. I promised (1) _________________ (be) at the theatre
on time and I hope (2) _________________ (stick) to my commitment. I cant (3) _________________
(upset) Clara anymore and I should (4) _________________ (be) able to get to my appointments at a
reasonable hour. I decided (5) _________________ (make) it on time this once and I shouldnt
_________________ (disappoint) my friend. Next time, it will (7) _________________ (be) me asking her
out and we can both go and watch another movie. Just this once, Clara might (8) _________________ (find)
she doesnt have any reasons to complain about my behaviour. I really hope (9) _________________
(correct) myself when it comes to these kind of things!
(6)

B.

Complete the sentences with the to infinitive or the infinitive without to.
1. The teacher didnt want __________________ (come) with us.
2. They could __________________ (go) to a disco.
3. You must __________________ (deliver) your work on time.
4. Pat wanted __________________ (meet) John at the caf.
5. I must __________________ (be) at school at 8.20 every day.
6. You cant __________________ (park) here.
7. She promised __________________ (phone) me at about 8.00.
8. She has decided __________________ (go) on holiday.
9. We dont need __________________ (go) home now.
10. You should __________________ (study) harder.
11. They hope __________________ (take) the next flight home.
12. I agreed __________________ (meet) him tomorrow.
13. Dont forget __________________ (write) that letter to your mother.
14. I learnt __________________ (win) the hard way.
15. Dont try __________________ (come back) here.
16. Can I __________________ (arrange) an appointment for Monday?

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Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Complete with a relative pronoun.


1. A motor mechanic is a person _________________ repairs cars and motorbikes.
2. That is the boy _________________ brother works with me.
3. Alison has a scarf _________________ everybody likes.
4. An architect is a person _________________ designs buildings.
5. Love is a feeling _________________ nobody can describe.
6. Thats the TV programme _________________ we missed last night.
7. Do you know the girl _________________ danced with John?
8. We stayed at a hotel _________________ is not far from the beach.
9. Thats the bike _________________ has a flat tyre.
10. This is the museum _________________ Ive told you about.
11. This is the man _________________ lives in Liverpool.
12. This is the place _________________ I told you about.
13. A calendar is something _________________ tells you the date.
14. Those are the boys _________________ are in my class.
15. Is there someone _________________ can help us?

B.

Join the two sentences using an appropriate relative pronoun.


1. That is the boy. He is my brother.
_____________________________________________________________
2. This is the book. I am reading this book.
_____________________________________________________________
3. That is the girl. Her mother has gone to Italy.
_____________________________________________________________
4. Those are the boys. Their computer broke down.
_____________________________________________________________
5. That is the movie. I went to see it last night.
___________________________________________________________________________________
6. That is the problem. I was telling you about it.
___________________________________________________________________________________

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RELATIVE PRONOUNS

WORKSHEET 278
Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Fill in the gaps with have to or dont have to.


1. They _____________ fill in that form unless they want to. (no obligation)
2. She _____________ be back home before midnight. (obligation)
3. Susan _____________ go to the doctor tomorrow. (necessity)
4. I _____________ be here all day. (no obligation)
5. You _____________ go to school today. (no obligation)
6. I _____________ pay this bill right now. (obligation)
7. I _____________ tell you a thing about it. (no obligation)
8. You _____________ buy the tickets for the concert right now. (obligation)
9. You _____________ tell them all your secrets. (no obligation)
10. You _____________ drink water. (necessity)

B.

Complete the sentences with must, mustnt or dont have to.


1. I _______________ be careful with my passwords. (necessity)
2. My mother warned me that I _______________ take any advice from strangers. (prohibition)
3. Even though hes cured, Peter _______________ go to the doctor every month. (necessity)
4. I _______________ go back to school anymore this year. (no obligation)
5. Jane _______________ do some research for her work. (necessity)
6. Peter _______________ go back to the police station to identify the thief. (obligation)
7. I _______________ buy a full ticket to get on the train. (no obligation)
8. He _______________ know about his fathers last wishes. (no obligation)
9. Allison has been everish for over three days. She _______________ see a doctor. (necessity)
10. You _______________ come back late. (prohibition)

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Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

B.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Match the following uses of the future on the right with the sentences on the left.
1. In the future, temperatures will rise everywhere.

2. I will write you a good recommendation letter.

3. I will take a coffee with my meal too!

4. Will you buy me some food?

5. I will come back soon!

6. OK, I will go out with you.

7. Lisa will end up losing her job one day.

8. Will you pick me up at school today?

a) Request
b) Prediction
c) Promise
d) Spontaneous decision

Use the information below to write sentences. Use the future with will.

buy birthday gift /


for my mother
(promise)

tomorrow / it rain
(prediction)

I take you / out for


dinner
(spontaneous decision)

pass me / the salt


(request)

I take you out / tonight


(promise)

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you / meet me /
at the library
(request)

I get on the tube / to


Covent Garden
(spontaneous decision)

in the future / there to


be / more poverty
(prediction)

you book me a ticket / for I make some tea / now


the next flight (request) (spontaneous decision)

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I get you / a new hat


(promise)

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Soon / there to be / more


transgenic food / in the
world

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THE FUTURE: WILL

WORKSHEET 298
Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Complete the zero conditional sentences with the verbs in brackets.


1. If you ______________ (ride) a bike for work, you save money.
2. My parents told me I can stay up late during the holidays if I _________________ (get) good
grades by the end of term.
3. If you ________________ (have) long showers, you spend too much water.
4. If my sister ________________ (call), tell her Ill be meeting her at school.
5. My teachers get upset if we ________________ (not/do) our homework.
6. If you _________________ (mix) yellow and blue, you get green.

B.

C.

Match these sentences to make zero conditional sentences.


1. If you dont water your garden,

a) you contribute to a better world.

2. If you want to become a doctor,

b) go to the cafeteria at lunch time.

3. If you recycle packages,

c) you have to be good at Biology.

4. If you want some food,

d) try working instead.

5. If you dont want to pay high electricity bills,

e) the plants die.

6. If you think school is hard,

f) turn off the lights when you go out.

Write sentences in the first conditional. Make the necessary changes.


1. You learn a lot about science / you visit the Science Museum.
___________________________________________________________________________________
2. You recycle garbage / you help the environment.
___________________________________________________________________________________
3. Buy two books / you get one for free.
___________________________________________________________________________________
4. You come over to my place / I help you.
___________________________________________________________________________________
5. They stay at this hotel / they not be disappointed.
___________________________________________________________________________________
6. Alice not come to work / she has fever.
___________________________________________________________________________________
7. You late / me drive to airport.
___________________________________________________________________________________

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Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Look at the pictures and say what these people are going to do tomorrow. Use be going to.

make homemade soap


____________________

plant a tree
____________________

water the vegetable garden


_________________

clean the woods


____________________

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sew their own clothes


____________________

take yoga class


____________________

replace old light bulbs


___________________

11

eat the leftovers


____________________

recycle garbage
____________________

ride a bike
____________________.

eat healthy
___________________

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take a walk in the park


____________________

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THE FUTURE: BE GOING TO

WORKSHEET 318
Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Fill in the blanks with the correct future form (will / be going to).
1. I ____________________ (buy) organic beauty products from now on.
2. I ____________________ (get) you some food on my way back.
3. They ____________________ (face) a lot of trouble in that town.
4. I hope she _________________ (get) into university.
5. Its raining. It ____________________ (be) an unpleasant day.
6. I ____________________ (visit) my grandmother next week.
7. She ____________________ (stay) at home if it rains.
8. Im not feeling very well! I _________________ (take) some of
that medication the doctor prescribed.
9. Tomorrow, they ____________________ (fly) to the Bahamas.
10. You look better! You ____________________ (feel) perfectly fit tomorrow.
11. John ____________________ (pay) us a visit if he has time.
11. I ____________________ (be) a good girl from now on. I promise!

B.

Match the sentences.


1. Its too cold in here.

a) Youll have to meet me in town.

2. I cant come over to your place.

b) it will be a happy experience.

3. If you get here too late in the evening,

c) Ill pick you up at the train station.

4. If they have a baby,

d) Ill turn on the heater.

5. Dont buy that book.

e) We are going to stay indoors.

6. The forecast for tomorrow is not very good.

f) Ill lend you my copy.

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Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Report the following statements.


1. I dont go to the cinema very often because I have a lot to do.
_________________________________________________________________
2. I play tennis with my friends at the weekends.
_________________________________________________________________
3. I will visit my uncle in Canada next month.
_____________________________________________________________________________________
4. I have to pay this in advance.
_____________________________________________________________________________________
5. Im not leaving before six oclock.
_____________________________________________________________________________________
6. They are going to California next summer.
_____________________________________________________________________________________
7. We like reading before going to sleep.
_____________________________________________________________________________________
8. I am reading an interesting article.
_____________________________________________________________________________________
9. I can speak several languages.
_____________________________________________________________________________________
10. I may participate in this competition.
_____________________________________________________________________________________
11. Plant more trees.
_____________________________________________________________________________________
12. Don't pollute the rivers.
_____________________________________________________________________________________

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REPORTED SPEECH

WORKSHEET 338
Name: ______________________________________________________
Date _____ / _____ / _____

A.

Evaluation ____________________

No. ______ Class _______

Teacher ____________________

Read the sentences and circle the correct indefinite pronoun.

1. Somebody / Anybody can become a member of


Greenpeace.
2. I didnt find anything / nothing wrong with this food.
3. Everyone / No one can do something / nothing for
the environment.
4. You can tell everyone / anyone Im not taking part in that.
5. Something / Nothing has to work.
6. I dont think nobody / anyone is coming for the party.
7. Where are my reading glasses? I cant find them
anywhere / everywhere.
8. Can anyone / no one subscribe to this online newspaper?
9. Where did everybody / anybody go?
10. Next year, I would like to travel somewhere / nowhere in Europe!
11. I read the latest report on world climate last night. Everything / Anything is clear to me now!
12. This man has been murdered. Someone / No one has to be responsible.
B.

Fill in the blanks with some, any, no or every.


1. _______________ one was at the beach that day!
2. _______________ body should let him know his mother has cancer.
3. Al Gore is a famous environmental activist. _______________ one knows that!
4. There is a fire up in that building! _______________ one can go in there!
5. _______________ thing is wrong with that kid. He looks depressed!
6. There is _______________ thing wrong with the oven. You just forgot to turn it on!
7. _______________ body knows what really happened that day.
8. Is there _____________ one in the room that would like to take part in a demonstration tomorrow?
9. He didnt know _______________ one was coming to pick him up.
10. Is there _______________ where you would like to go this summer?
11. The book should be _______________ where in here.
12. Lets find _______________ one to help us with the cleaning.

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SCRIPT (p. 12)
DIAGNOSIS
Michael:
Mia:
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Michael:

Amy. So, how are you doing?


Oh, hi Michael. School is so crazy these days, and when I'm not at school, I'm studying at home.
Hey, listen. I'm getting together with Oliver and Theresa tonight, and a few of our other friends are going to join
us. [Oh.] And, we're well, we're going out to eat and then see a film. Why don't you come with us?
Hey, I'd love to, but I have to revise for a test tomorrow.
Ah, come on. We're planning on having dinner around 7:30 and then seeing a film at 8:30. We should be home
by 11:30 midnight at the latest. I mean you're always saying that you don't have any friends and that you
never go out Come on!
I I don't think I can make it this time. I haven't been feeling well lately.
Yeah, because you study too much. Well, we'll have a lot of fun. Come on! Relax. [Well] And it's Theresa's
birthday, too. And we're giving her a small birthday party after the film. Come on. Best friends always stick
together.
Oh. Okay.
Great. I'll pick you up at 7:00.
Okay. See you then, but I have to be back by 11:30.
Ah, 11:30 midnight. It's all the same. See you at 7:00.

I am thirty years old, rather tall and I have dark eyes and long brown hair. I wear casual clothes as I teach students in a
relaxed atmosphere. I enjoy my job because I get to meet and help so many different people from all over the world. During
my spare time, I like playing tennis, which I play at least three times a week. I also love listening to classical music and I
must admit that I spend a lot of money on buying new CDs! I live in a pretty seaside town on the Portuguese coast. I enjoy
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MY DUBLIN
Temple Bar is the coolest place on the planet! You can eat all kinds of food here. There are lots of cafs, pubs and music
clubs too. Most pubs have live music. Outside of the pubs and clubs, you will usually find a lively atmosphere, sometimes
even street musicians or other kind of outdoor entertainers. Once I saw the famous band U2 there.
Anne
Green is the colour of Ireland and there are lots of green spaces here. Phoenix Park is one of the largest walled city parks in
Europe. Here you can see Dublin Zoo, the largest zoo in Ireland and one of Dublin's most popular attractions. It houses
more than 700 animals and tropical birds from around the world. I love going there for a picnic with my friends.
I also love going shopping in Grafton Street. Its in the city centre, and there are always lots of shoppers and street
performers.
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Guinness, the famous stout (dark beer), is made here. Dublin has the largest stout brewery in the world and makes 450
million litres a year. The multimedia museum is the most popular place in town, so thats the perfect place to meet my friends
and make new ones.
Emma
Dublin was a Viking city called Dyflin. The Viking Splash Tour is a ride in an amphibious truck which goes on land as well as
on (or under) water mega-cool! They use a Viking theme as a basis for the tour, encouraging passengers to wear Viking
helmets and 'raid' the city by roaring at 'the Celts'! The tour takes about 75 minutes and you can see the main sights of
Dublin and go for a splash. Really astonishing and wet!
Albert

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Healthy eating
Ben:

Today we want to know how much our listeners know about healthy food. In the studio, weve got two listeners who
want to test what they know: Alana and Liam.
Alana and Liam: Hi!
Ben: OK, guys. So, do you think you know a lot about healthy eating?
Alana: I think I know quite a bit.
Liam: Yeah, I hope I do.
Ben: Well, weve got five questions. And for the person who gets the most questions correct, theres a prize: this really big box
of doughnuts. Not at all healthy, but delicious. Are you ready?
Alana: Yes, this is my buzzer.
Ben: Liam?
Liam: Heres my buzzer.
Ben: OK. first question. According to experts, how often should you eat fish?
Is it once a week, twice a week or every day?
Alana: Erm, I think once a week.
Liam: Its every day.
Ben: And the answer is ... twice a week. But dont worry, heres question two.
How much water should you drink in a day? 1 litre, 2 litres or three litres.
Liam: Three litres. Definitely.
Alana: Is it one litre?
Ben: Oooh, wrong again! They say we need to drink two litres a day.
Alana and Liam: What?
Alana: Really?
Liam: Thats so much!
Ben: Question three. What contains the most vitamin C? Potatoes, broccoli or oranges?
Liam: Its oranges.
Ben: Youre right! Well done. Oranges have the most vitamin C. Question four. Which of these foods does not contain
protein? Eggs, meat, cucumber?
Alana: Me first.
Liam: Oy!
Alana: Ha, Im faster. Its cucumber.
Liam: Oh, thats my answer too. Easy!
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each at the moment. One all. Whos going to get this question right? Which is the most important meal of the day?
Breakfast, lunch or dinner?
Alana: Its dinner.
Liam: No, its breakfast. It gives you the energy you need for the day.
Ben: Breakfast is the correct answer! So thats two points for Liam and just one point for Alana. Well done, Liam. You win
this lovely box of doughnuts.
Liam: Oh, wow! Thanks.
Ben: Just dont eat them all yourself!
Liam: I wont.
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Lets Move!
The Wanted, Carly Rae Jepsen, Bella Thorne, and Austin Mahone are just a few of the celebs who recorded a music
video to get kids across the country to get up and move!
Michelle Obama is the one who has started a campaign called Lets Move. She wants American kids to eat better and be
more active. We dont want an unhealthy future for our kids or our country, she says. We have to act.
Whats the campaign doing? Its introducing healthier food, such as salad bars, into school canteens across the country. Its
building more sports facilities and finding safe ways to cycle or walk to school.
Mrs Obamas famous friends are helping out too. Beyonc has made a dance routine DVD for US school students. But not
everyone thinks its a good idea. Some people say, Let parents and families decide what to eat. Its not the governments
business what people put on their plates.
Do the students like the new salad bars as they wait in the lunch line? Yes, says pupil Luciano Cabrera of Miami. Salad
bars are important because salads are nutritious and help you and your bones grow.
Americas problem
The statistics are scary. Over the past three decades, childhood obesity rates have tripled and one in three kids is
overweight. This can lead to diabetes, heart disease, cancer, high blood pressure and asthma in children. This initiative
wants to solve the problem of childhood obesity within a generation.
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Shopping for clothes
Shop assistant: Hello, Can I help you?
Customer:
Hello. Im looking for a dress.
Shop assistant: What colour do you prefer?
Customer:
I like blue and red.
Shop assistant: And what size do you need?
Customer:
I usually use a medium size.
Shop assistant: OK. In your size we have these models.
Customer:
Oh, they are very beautiful! Where can I try them on?
Shop assistant: The changing rooms are over there.
Customer:
OK, thanks.
Shop assistant: Do they fit you?
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Play it smart with body art


Hi, my name is Charlie, and I'm a freelance fashion reporter.
During adolescence teens normally want to establish their own identity. They wear unusual clothes, listen to different music
and some want to express themselves through body art like tattoos and piercing. In fact, tattoos can be unique and
individual, but some teens decide to get a tattoo just to rebel against their parents or because of peer pressure. This is a
serious issue. While hairstyles and the way they dress are easy to change, tattoos and body piercing are usually permanent.
And what you find cool at sixteen may seem ridiculous to you at thirty-five. Having a tattoo removed can be difficult and
costly, and body piercing can leave scars and unwanted holes.
So Im going to give you some advice. Lets start with the considerations you need to take into account and the decisions
you must make before you set foot into a tattoo or piercing shop.
First, you should think about where you want the tattoo or piercing, and evaluate that area, for how it will stretch, if it will
cause you any problems when you choose your career, etc. Getting a tattoo on your arms or your neck, or a piercing on your
tongue, can stop you from getting hired at certain places.
Another thing you should consider is the pain level because these procedures are usually painful, can cause allergic
reactions and carry other health risks. When you get your piercing, for example, get a good metal because cheap metal can
irritate your skin.
The next thing to do, is look at the possible tattooing and piercing studios, and find one with a good reputation so that you
can feel safe.
And of course, you mustnt forget to ask for your parents permission; its essential.
These are some of the things you need to think of before getting a tattoo or a piercing.

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Gym Class Heroes Interview


Journalist:
Travie:
Matt:
Journalist:
Travie:
Journalist:
Matt:
Journalist:
Matt:
Journalist:
Travie:

Can you tell me your names, please?


Im Travie, the lead vocalist.
Im Matt, drummer. They are Disashi, guitarist and Eric, bassist.
I know youre from Canada and the USA. But which part?
Geneva, a city in Ontario and Seneca counties in the US state of New York.
Why did you decide to call your band Gym Class Heroes?
Because Travis and I became friends during Physical Education classes at high school in New York.
When did you form your band?
In 1997, playing at birthday parties and clubs.
What was your first success?
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Shop assistant: Would you like a smaller size?


Customer:
Yes, please. But not yellow. It doesnt suit me.
Shop assistant: Try this one.
Customer:
This one is perfect. How much is it?
Shop assistant: Its only 25 euros. It is a special sales price this week.
Customer:
OK, Ill take it.
Shop assistant: OK, come with me, please. Will you pay with your debit card or credit card?
Customer:
No, I'll pay cash. Here it is.
Shop assistant: Thank you. Heres your change.
Customer:
Thank you. Good bye.

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gold, having sold over 470,000 copies.


Journalist: Great! What are your musical influences?
Travie:
Each member draws from different types of music for inspiration. I prefer funk and rock stylistics. I may say Im
inspired by groups such as Green Day and Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Matt:
There arent many types we agree on. But for me I would cite 1970s blue-eyed soul group, Hall and Oates, as
my biggest musical influence.
Journalist: Have you already won any prizes?
Travie:
Yes. In 2007 we won Best New Artist at MTV Video Music Awards.
Journalist: Thank you for your time.
Matt:
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The Internet
Presenter: Today were talking to two students, Cathy and Mark, about the Internet. Lets start with you, Mark. Do you like
surfing the Internet?
Mark:
Yes, in my free time, I really like surfing the Internet. When I get home from school, I turn on my computer, wait
until it boots up completely, and then I go online.
Presenter: What about you, Cathy?
Cathy:
I dont spend much time surfing the web; only when I need to. I have used the Internet for some projects and
homework assignments. I used the Internet for revision, for my GCSEs, and that was really useful, to be able to
get online answers. I found that incredibly helpful. But you might have to trail through hundreds of sites until you
find an actually relevant site.
Presenter: So, do you think the Internet is a useful tool for students?
Mark:
Yes, of course its useful for anyone. The advent of the Internet has vastly changed the way in which people
search for and access information. News travels more quickly than ever, and current affairs can be discussed all
over the world instantaneously via forums, blogs, and social networks.
Presenter: Now theres the question of social networks. How long do you spend on social networking sites every week?
Mark:
Longer than I should. I have to confess that I check my account every day. I chat with my classmates and
friends almost every day. I have lots of friends, but I dont accept just anyone to be my friend; it has to be
someone I know and trust.
Presenter: What about you, Cathy?
Cathy:
Oh, Ive opened an account, but I dont use it much. I dont like virtual friends. Many friends you meet on a
social networking site arent really friends: theyre people youve met through other people for five minutes at a
party. And then they share everything online. They post photos and everyone is trying to look so cool in their
photos and its so fake, not who they really are. Everyone wants you to think theyre having a great time and
are so happy. Ridiculous.
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PART 1
Interview with a skateboarder
Journalist: I know youre mad about skateboarding. When did you start doing this sport?
Carl:
Two years ago.
Journalist: Now, tell us all the other extreme sports you're into.
Carl:
I also like wakeboarding and surfing.
Journalist: Does all your family like doing extreme sports?
Carl:
Yes, we all spend our weekends on the Canyon Lake in the summer. I also love to go to the skateboard park
after school. Sometimes I skate with my older brother and some schoolmates.
Journalist: How do you decide if the day brings skateboarding, wakeboarding or another sport?
Carl:
It definitely depends on the time of year. I can go skateboarding just about any time.
Journalist: You live in the centre of skateboarding. What's it like having access to lots of skateboard parks and contests?
Carl:
It's just awesome! The best skateboard parks that we have here in Southern California are all within an hour or
two drive and there are always lots of contests. There is always something going on, to see or do. I can skate on
the way home from school or at lunch or meet up with friends at the weekends.
Journalist: What was the latest contest you attended?
Carl:
I went to GvR Etnies. Mostly to watch the bowl contests.
Journalist: What sport are you doing today?
Carl:
Im very busy today. I have to study for a science test.

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Leisure time
In my free time I usually play basketball, football or volleyball. I can play with my friends and make new friendships, which is
always good. I also love to play games on the computer or the Internet. There is plenty of useful information on the Internet
and I can chat and share games with my schoolmates. When Im on holiday, I normally go to the beach with my friends or
travel abroad with my parents. We go sightseeing and I always take many beautiful pictures because they help me to
remember the places we visited and the good time we spent together.
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NEWS
Jim:
Jenny:
Jim:
Jenny:
Jim:
Jenny:
Jim:
Jenny:
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Jenny:
Jim:
Jenny:
Alan:
Jenny:
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Student 1:
Alan:
Student 1:
Alan:
Student 2:
Alan:
Student 3:
Alan:
Jenny:

What is more British than the Queen, a cup of tea or the Beatles?
Er ... red London buses?
No! Heres a clue: You can eat it.
Ah, then it must be fish and chips.
Correct! In two different surveys, people said the most British thing was fish and chips.
And here are three fish and chip facts.
One. Britains first fish and chip shop opened more than 150 years ago, in 1860 in London!
Two. Fish and chips are Britains favourite takeaway!
Three. A portion of fish and chips has 595 calories thats fewer than pizza or a burger and chips.
Now, Jim, heres the big question what do you have on your fish and chips? Do you have ketchup or do you
have salt and vinegar?
It has to be salt and vinegar.
Me, too! Lets see who agrees with us. Our reporter Alan is outside a fish and chip shop near the studio. Hi, Alan!
Hi, Jenny. Theres a delicious smell coming from this fish and chip shop, which is called Mr Chips.
Is it busy?
Its lunchtime, so its very busy. Theres a queue outside. Three students have just bought their fish and chips.
Excuse me, can I ask you a question?
Yes, but hurry up Im starving!
What did you put on your fish and chips ketchup or salt and vinegar?
Always ketchup you cant have chips without ketchup!
How about you?
Definitely salt and vinegar. Its a crime to put ketchup on fish and chips.
So thats one for ketchup and one for salt and vinegar. Our third student gets the deciding vote.
I used to live in Wigan, in north-west England and up there; we have gravy on our chips, or curry sauce! But they
dont serve it here in London, so now I have ketchup!
So, Jenny, ketchup wins here at Mr Chips. I havent had any lunch yet, so Im going to get some chips!
Good idea! Thanks Alan!

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How much did Karens skirt cost?
Sophie:
Karen:
Sophie:
Karen:

Hi, Karen. I love your new skirt. Its gorgeous!


I bought it yesterday at the shopping centre.
Was it expensive?
The old price was thirty-five dollars, but it was in the sales. So it was cheaper.
It was only fifteen dollars. My grandparents gave me twenty-five dollars for my birthday, so I decided to buy it.
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Hi Mark. This is Linda.


Im calling to remind you about the school fashion show that will take place at Royal Shopping Centre. I hope you havent
forgotten. Its next Saturday at four oclock, but Ill pick you up by half past three because I havent bought the tickets yet. Is
that OK?
Its two pounds fifty to get in.
Call me later on my mobile three seven two eight double five.
Bye!

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Ftima Lopes
Ftima Lopes is a famous Portuguese fashion designer. She was born on March 8th, 1965 on the Portuguese island of
Madeira. She was born and grew up in its capital city, Funchal. Since an early age she showed an interest in fashion and
during her adolescence, unhappy with what the shops had to offer in terms of clothing, started to design her own clothes.
Being fluent in English, French and German, she worked as a tourist guide for a local travel agency.
In 1990 Ftima moved to Lisbon, where she believed she could better pursue a career as a fashion designer. With a
friend she opened a boutique named "Versus", which sold mainly clothes from international designers.
In 1992 Ftima Lopes launched her own brand. She presented her first collection and opened the first Ftima Lopes
boutique.
In 1996, the designer opened her first international store in Paris and also expanded to other areas.
At the same time she began to diversify her collections by creating bags and shoes for both men and women.
In December 1998, she started the management of the model agency "FACE MODELS" in Lisbon.
In March 1999 Ftima Lopes became the first Portuguese fashion designer to take part in Paris Fashion Week, seeing
her creations along side the major international fashion designers.
Always irreverent, in 2000 she surprised the world by appearing on a catwalk herself in Paris wearing the world's most
expensive bikini, made out of gold and diamonds, with an estimated value of one million dollars.
In 2003 she opened her first brand store in the United States, located in Melrose Avenue in the city of Los Angeles.
Ftima Lopes is responsible for the official outfits of the Portuguese football team.
She has been recognized with several awards.
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Quiz show Part 1


Adam: Right. Shall we meet the players for our quiz today then? We have a little quiz now with two of our listeners and this
time weve got Matt. Hi, Matt!
Matt: (on phone) Hi, Adam!
Adam: And Clara. Hello, Clara!
Clara: (on phone) Hi, Adam!
Adam: Lets start with you, Clara. Where are you calling from?
Clara: From Margate.
Adam: Ah, at the seaside. Is it sunny down there today?
Clara: It is. Its lovely and warm today.
Adam: And what do you do Clara?
Clara: Ive just left school. I dont know what Im going to do now.
Adam: Well, good luck with what you decide to do and good luck with todays quiz. Now, Matt.
Matt: Hi, Adam!
Adam: Where are you from, Matt?
Matt: South London. Its nice and sunny here.
Adam: OK. Well its sunny here in central London too. What do you do Matt?
Matt: Nothing, at the moment Adam. I finished school last year and Im going to university in a couple of months time.

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Adam: OK. Todays quiz is another ten second quiz. Im going to give you a topic and youve got ten seconds to think of as
many things as you can. So, lets say, I say things that you play. You might say football, the piano, volleyball, you
know. All things that you play. The winner is the person who gets the most in ten seconds, right?
Clara/Matt: OK
Adam: Right then. Youve got ten seconds to write down things that you make. Ill give you one to start with make the
bed. Go on then, ten seconds, things that you make. Go!
Adam: OK times up. How many Clara?
Clara: Five
Adam: OK. How about you Matt?
Matt: Erm six, Adam.
Adam: OK then, lets hear your six Matt.
Matt: Erm .. Make a decision, make a mistake, make a mess, make friends, make progress and make an appointment.
Adam: Yep. Thats six. Well done. Its not easy when the clocks ticking. So, you win the book token Matt, well send that to
you soon and bad luck to you Clara but thank you for playing.
learnenglishpodcast@britishcouncil.org
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1. You will hear a short conversation between a boy and a girl.


Listen and choose the right answer (A, B or C).
You will hear the conversation twice
Girl:
Boy:
Girl:
Boy:
Girl:
Boy:

Look that is my new Science teacher over there.


The one with short blonde hair and glasses?
Thats Mrs Collins, the school head teacher.
Oh, the one who is tall and thin and is on the phone?
Not her. Mrs Smith is tall and thin but she is not talking on her mobile.
I can see her now. She seems very nice.

Part 2
Listen to Mr Logan, a school headmaster, talking on the radio about the creation of a Green Club.
Our school is going to create a Green Club.
First, of course, the Club must have a name. This name is going to be chosen by the students at the first meeting.
This is a club for children and teenagers between the ages of eight and seventeen who want to improve the environment.
The most important factor of course is that the students should be interested and willing to take action.
Members can participate in workshops, field trips and interact with experts on various environmental issues they can
develop projects and other activities.
They will help solve environmental problems and make new friends too.
For teachers, it is a wonderful opportunity to create awareness; shape attitudes and help students participate in activities
in the real world.
The club will be free and the only thing they need to bring next Monday are gloves. We are going to plant some trees
around the school playground.
If you are interested, you can join us and make a difference.
Be a part of the change.
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TIME OUT
Unusual Hobbies
People discover or invent the oddest activities to occupy their time never wondering if what they're doing is actually a
waste of time or not. I collect plain, glossy chocolate wrappers, but only because I have a major crafts project on my mind,
so its not so weird, right? Some people do the strangest things, and somehow get others involved as well.
Have you ever wanted to step out of the crowd and do something different? Are you the kind of person who likes the
crazy side of life? Then the unusual hobbies listed here in this report will be quite helpful.
UFO Spotting
A lot of people claim to have seen a UFO (unidentified flying object) and a smaller number have tales of meeting an ALF
(alien-life form) or even being abducted by extraterrestrials. Read through some books or browse through the web, and find
out about places that have a maximum number of sightings. Get a good pair of binoculars and a video camera to record
anything that you may spot. But dont take foolish risks: go in a group, and always ask permission before you enter private
property.
Starting a Fan Club
Gathering a group of people who find a common interest in, say, a famous sportsman or sportswoman, or actor or
actress, or band or singer would seem to be fun. You could start up your own club where the fans can get together and
watch documentaries about your heroes and heroines, movie marathons or concerts for hours on end over the weekend.
Decorate the fan club room with posters and memorabilia that you can browse around. You can buy such things from
souvenir stores or second-hand shops, or even bring them from the celebrities hometowns. Celebrate their birthdays, read
up on them extensively and tour the country to catch a glimpse of your idols in the flesh. And, of course, dont forget your
cameras and autograph books!
Tea/Coffee/Chocolate Wrappers Collection
Travel the country or around the world (or go to specialist shops in your town) looking for exotic blends of coffee, tea and
chocolate products keeping the packaging (tins, jars, packets and wrappers) for collection purposes. You can add details
below each one, like where you got it from and the date when you bought it. You can write an account of how these products
are grown, processed and served. If you do it well and send it to the manufacturers, they will probably send you a letter of
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One Direction's Favourite Foods Revealed!
One Direction are rich and famous, but that doesn't mean they're picky. The boys actually have pretty simple requests when
it comes to what they want to eat!
The band's personal chef, Sara Nicholas, revealed what each band member wants to munch on while they're touring,
and the guys don't have diva demands to fill their bellies.
"Liam Payne likes his bacon, steak and vegetables, while Louis eats anything, but a bowl of Special K is his favourite,"
Sara said. "Zayn is very easy to please. He just likes pasta with spicy chicken. He's not a foodie and eats whatever's going."
Niall Horan isn't too difficult, either! "Niall likes more simple food, like sausage and mash, pies, creamy chicken pasta or
chicken."
The only one who's a little choosy about what he chews? Harry Styles because he wants to gain weight! A source said,
"He's doing extra weight training and fitness as he's desperate to stop looking 'boyish' and become more manly."
As for what they sip when theyre backstage? No alcohol here! Louis loves to drink tea, but the guys mainly drink juice
and water and the occasional soda. Yum!

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Part 1
1. What time did Simon wake up to go to the swimming pool?
Simon: Hi Kim!
Kim:
Simon! You are late again. Its twenty past eight.
Simon: Im sorry. I didnt hear my mobile phone at seven oclock and my parents didnt call me. So I slept until a quarter to
eight.
Kim: Hurry up now. The swimming lesson has already started. Tomorrow, Ill call you at a quarter past seven to wake you
up. I dont want you to be late again
2. What time did Simon wake up to go to the swimming pool?
Gina:

Im getting a bit fat. Ive decided to do some exercise in order to lose weight and feel better. Which sport do you like
best, Rachel?
Rachel: Well, I really like football, but I think tennis is the best. Im really good at it.
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Sports week
Mother: Are you excited about the sports week, Peter?
Peter: Yes, I guess well have lots of fun. On Monday, were going to have a swimming competition.
Mother: And on Tuesday, you are going to have a tennis tournament, arent you?
Peter: Unfortunately we cant because its going to rain hard. We are going to play basketball in the school gym.
Mother: Well, it will also be fun. Basketball is one of my favourite sports. What about Wednesday?
Peter: We are going to play football with students from other schools.
Mother: Great!
Peter: Thursday will be great too. We are going horse-riding. You know I love animals.
Mother: What about Friday?
Peter: We are going to try bungee jumping. Greg is not very happy. He is crazy about extreme sports but he likes
skateboarding best.
Mother: Extreme sports can be very dangerous, so be careful.

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Zooey Deschanel, Age 17, to Vogue:
'Is Insecurity Something You Want To Advocate?'
Now making the internet rounds: a letter that teenage Zooey Deschanel wrote to Vogue.
Why would you want to limit the spectrum of beauty to an "ideal" when you, as a popular women's magazine, have the
opportunity to expand it? I don't think any woman should have to feel as if she needs to shove herself into an "ideal" to be
beautiful. Beauty should be something that is celebrated and something that is enjoyable, not something that people should
feel uncomfortable about achieving. Most of the women, and certainly most of the adolescent girls, in the United States do
not feel completely secure about themselves, especially about their appearance; is insecurity something you want to
advocate? As American women, we don't need discouragement, but inspiration.
Zooey Deschanel

Los Angeles, California

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Interview with Sylvia Earle
Ever since she was knocked over by a wave as a little girl, oceanographer Dr Sylvia Earle has been fascinated by the
ocean. One of the world's best known marine scientists and a National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, Earle loves to
dive deep into the ocean. She has spent much of her life in or under the waves. Now in her effort to save the oceans, she
wants to make it uncool to eat a tuna fish sandwich and she also wants to understand the impact that humans have on the
ocean each time we eat seafood or use pesticide on the garden bugs.

Part 2
How did you get to be a scientist or explorer?
Earle: It was easy. I started out as a kid and never did grow up. The best scientists and explorers have the attributes of kids!
They ask questions and have a sense of wonder. They have curiosity. Who, what, where, why, when, and how! They
never stop asking questions and I never stop asking questions just like a five-year-old.
What do you daydream about?
Earle: Going under water...Saving the ocean...Being a fish Or a blue whale, the biggest animal on Earth and to sense
sound that has travelled over hundreds, maybe thousands of miles. I daydream about that, doesnt everybody?
What is the best place you have ever travelled to?
Earle: Its always the next place. And I love to go back to the places I have known over the years, because one of the things
that motivates me above all else is to do whatever I can to make the world aware of how much is changing and how
fast its changing, and what the consequences are for us.
The impact that humans, our species has had on the Earth since I was a child is greater than during all preceding
human history put together. The pressure that we are putting on the land, the air, the water, and wildlife is severe. The
natural environment that keeps us alive has been stressed significantly.
I have had the privilege of spending more time than others in the ocean and seen things that others havent. People
need to know. You cant care if you dont know and most people simply dont know.
Why is the ocean so important to life on Earth?
Earle: The ocean is the basis of our life support system. Take away life in the ocean and we dont have a planet that works.
What is the best piece of advice anyone has ever given you?
Earle: Dont take no for an answer and find out what you want to do and then find a way to make it happen. You can spend
many lifetimes fulfilling the dreams of others. But if you have a dream of your own, dont wait. Just find a way to make
that dream come true. Dont let people say its impossible or its foolish.
What cant you travel without?
Earle: I rarely travel without a camera. I am not a photographer, but taking photographs helps me to remember and to
document. Oh, and a bathing suit.
What can we do to help the ocean?
Earle: The ocean is vulnerable. What we do or dont do will make a difference.
The first thing you need to do is ask yourself who am I? What do I love? What am I good at? If you are good with
words, then use those words. If you are good with numbers, use numbers. If you play a musical instrument, write a
song. If you are a teacher, use that talent. Adults, take a kid to a wild place by the sea. If you are a kid, grab an adult
and take them somewhere and show them the future of the ocean or a lake or a river through your eyes.

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WORKSHEET 1

Present Simple
A.
(1) is; (2) has; (3) fears; (4) is; (5) stays;
(6) studies; (7) reads; (8) watches; (9) does;
(10) goes; (11) takes; (11) fetches; (13) ask;
(14) misses; (15) replies; (16) doesnt / does not miss;
(17) enjoys; (18) doesnt / does not want; (19) is; (20)
cries; (21) wishes
B.
(1) is it; (2) does it mean (3) means; (4) am; (5) Is it; (6)
suppose; (7) is; (8) Do you have; (9) dont; (10) go; (11)
dont play; (12) do you do; (13) are; (14) study; (15)
read; (16) help; (17) Dont you miss; (18) wish; (19)
dont want
C.
1. d) 2. e); 3. b); 4. f); 5. c); 6. g); 7. a);
WORKSHEET 2
Pronouns and Determiners
A.
1. you; 2. him; 3. I; I; them; 4. We; us; 5. them;
6. He; her.
B.
1. their; 2. her; 3. my; 4. mine, yours; 5. our; 6. His
C.
1. her; 2. They; 3. his; 4. it; 5. her; 6. Her; 7. her;
8. They; 9. their; 10. them; 11. their
WORKSHEET 3
Present Simple and Present Continuous
A.
1. is spending; 2. is getting; 3. loves;
4. doesnt enjoy; 5. lives; 6. doesnt like;
7. goes out; 8. takes; 9. doesnt want;
10. is playing.
B.
1. doesnt like, prefers; 2. am feeling;
3. am not listening; 4. am not reading;
5. does finish; 6. am not watching; 7. eat;
8. are looking; 9. are running
WORKSHEET 4
Present Simple and Present Continuous
A.
1. Where do you live?
2. Do you live far from school?
3. What do you usually do at the weekends?
4. Do you usually go out after dinner?
5. What type of music do you usually like listening to?
6. Where do you usually spend your free time?
7. What are your favourite subjects?
8. Do you like school?
B.
1. are having; 2. likes; 3. is wearing;
4. am playing; 5. is raining; 6. are swimming.

WORKSHEET 5

Past Simple
A.
1 b); 2 a); 3 c); 4 a); 5 b); 6 c)
B.
1. posted; 2. went; 3. ate; 4. went, got up, left;
5. studied; 6. cooked; 7. didnt play; 8. was;
9. Did he watch; 10. were not
WORKSHEET 6

Past Simple (questions)


A.
(1) Where did you go? (2) Did you go all by yourself?
(3) And did you travel by plane?
(4) How long did it take you to get there?
(5) Did you enjoy it? (6) While you were there, did you
have fun? (7) What was the weather like?
B.
1. Who didnt have change?
2. When did you first meet Peter?
3. Why did you go to the movies?
4. How did you come back home?
WORKSHEET 7
Past Continuous
A.
1. were screaming; 2. were shouting;
3. were using; 4. was talking; 5. were saying;
6. were looking; 7. was eating; 8. was raining.
B.
1. b); 2. c); 3. a).
C.
1. was asking;
2. were trying;
3. was playing;
4. was phoning;
5. was standing;
6. was leaving.
WORKSHEET 8
Past Simple vs Past Continuous
A.
(1) were walking, heard;
(2) knew, was following;
(3) didnt hear;
(4) was shining, woke up;
(5) lost, was playing;
(6) burnt, was baking;
(7) were having, went;
(8) arrived, was raining
B.
a) (1) went; (2) was; (3) went; (4) were swimming; (5)
arrived; (6) told.
b) (1) met; (2) saw; (3) was playing; (4) asked;
(5) accepted.
c) (1) found;
(2) loved; (3) did; (4) learnt; (5) helped; (6) went. d) (1)
enlisted; (2) loved; (3) were (...) playing;
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Countable and Uncountable Nouns


A.
Countable nouns

Uncountable nouns

orange; cucumber;
cookie; pear; potato;
apple; tomato; sausage

rice; milk; sugar; bread;


pasta; cheese; water; meat;
fish; vegetables; butter; jam

Modal Verbs
A.
1. should do; 2. Should (...) invite; 3. shouldnt believe;
4. should be; 5. should study; 6. shouldnt be; 7.
shouldnt go; 8. should be; 9. shouldnt go; 10.
shouldnt buy; 11. Should (...) take.
B.
1. a); 2. b); 3. c); 4. c); 5. b); 6. b); 7. c).
WORKSHEET 14

B.

1. g; 2. a; 3. c; 4. b; 5. h; 6. e; 7. f; 8. d

WORKSHEET 10

Countable and Uncountable Nouns


A.
1. some; 2. ___; 3. an; 4. a; some; 5. a; 6. ___; 7. a; 8.
some.
B.
1. a piece of toast; 2. a tin of sardines;
3. a glass of water; 4. a slice of cheese;
5. a box of chocolates; 6. a cup of tea;
7. a piece of cake; 8. a loaf of bread;
9. a carton of milk; 10. a jar of marmalade;
11. a slice of pizza; 12. a jug of fruit juice;
13. a can of beans; 14. a bag of peas;
15. a bowl of soup.
WORKSHEET 11

Used to
A.
1. used to drink; 2. used to cook; 3. used to eat;
4. used to cover; 5. used to drink; 6. use to be.
B.
2. I didnt use to take any exercise but now I exercise
every day.
3. I used to eat fast food every day but now I eat
healthy food all the time.
4. I used to drink soda but now I only drink water. 5. I
used to enjoy watching TV but now I read books more
often.
6. My mum used to buy lots of chocolates and cookies
but now she mostly buys fruit and vegetables.
WORKSHEET 12
Quantifiers
A.
1. much; 2. many; 3. much; 4. much; 5. many;
6. many; 7. much; 8. many; 9. much; 10. much;
11. many; 12. much
B.
1. much/any; 2. any; 3. a lot of/many; 4. a lot of;
5. much; 6. many; 7. much; 8. much; 9. a lot of, any;
10. a lot of.

Modal Verbs
A.
1. c); 2. a); 3. c); 4. b); 5. a); 6. a); 7. a); 8. b).
B.
1. must; 2. Can; 3. might; 4. may; 5. cant; 6. Could; 7.
couldnt; 8. May; 9. shouldnt; 10. cant.
WORKSHEET 15
So and such
A.
1. so; 2. so; 3. such; 4. so; 5. such; 6. such;
7. such; 8. so; 9. such
B.
1. Sarah is so busy that she is not going away for her
holidays.
2. Those trousers were so expensive that William
couldnt buy them.
3. June was feeling so ill that she didnt go to the party.
4. London is such an interesting town that Andrew
would like to visit it.
5. Joanna is so absent minded that she has lost her
mobile phone.
6. My parents were so late that they didnt see the film.
WORKSHEET 16
Present Perfect
A.
1. She has gotten married.
2. She has visited Paris.
3. She hasnt gone on a cruise.
4. She has pursued an university degree.
5. She hasnt had any children.
6. She hasnt bought a house.
7. She has gotten a job in publishing.
8. She has hosted big family gatherings.
9. She hasnt run the marathon.
B.
1. havent seen;
2. has (...) started;
3. has visited;
4. have been;
5. has travelled;
6. have lived;
7. have (...) heard;
8. has finished;
9. Have (...) seen;
10. have known.

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WORKSHEET 17

Present Perfect
A.
1. b); 2. c); 3. b); 4. c); 5. a)
B.
1. has been; 2. has travelled; 3. has known;
4. has tried; 5. hasnt lost; 6. have stayed;
7. has met
C.
1. b); 2. a); 3. c); 4. a); 5. c); 6. b)
WORKSHEET 18
Present Perfect
A.
1. have you stayed; 2. have never been; 3. has always
believed; 4. have already met; 5. has been; 6. have
lived; 7. has read; 8. have just seen.
B.
1. Where have you been all day?
2. What have you found in the garden?
3. How many CDs has he bought?
4. Who has he talked to?
5. For how long has he played computer?
6. What have the children done?

WORKSHEET 22

Order of adjectives
A.
Opinion

Size

Colour

Origin

Material

ugly

big

red

Indian

wool

extravagant

oversized

orange

French

cotton

elegant

small

blue

German

leather

pretty

large

black

American

silk

creamy

Spanish

synthetic

strange

white

B.

WORKSHEET 19
Phrasal verb To Look
A.
1. c); 2. a); 3. f); 4. e); 5. g); 6. d); 7. b)
B.
1. for; 2. up; 3. forward to; 4. out; 5. after; 6. for;
7. down on.

WORKSHEET 20
Present Perfect vs Past Simple
A.
1. was; 2. wanted; 3. ve lost; 4. bought; 5. tried;
6. ve followed; 7. pointed; 8. ve looked up;
9. enlisted; 10. went; 11. met; 12. gave; 13. ve set.
B.
1. has; 2. have; 3. has; 4. has; 5. have; 6. has.
C.
1. worked; 2. run; 3. danced; 4. sung; 5. driven; 6. met;
7. taken; 8. felt; 9. taken; 10. paid.

1. Maria loved my cute, pink, silk dress.


2. Philip wants to buy a pair of black, suede shoes.
3. Thats a lovely, little, black jacket.
4. Ill take the big, white, cotton T-shirt over there!
5. I think my mother would like this oversized, brown,
French, cotton coat.
6. I dont like that ugly, loose, creamy, wool skirt.
7. There is no way Im going to buy that expensive,
blue, leather jacket!
8. This comfortable, large, black, leather sofa will look
perfect in my living room.

WORKSHEET 23
Linking Words
A.
1. It was raining so I took my umbrella.
2. He is Portuguese but he speaks English very well.
3. We could cook something for dinner or order pizza.
4. He tried to read that book but it was too difficult.
5. We loved the restaurant decoration and the food
was delicious.
6. I needed some money so I accepted the job.
7. Next holiday we may go to Rome or to Paris.
8. Last night we went to the pub and to the disco.
B.
1. a); 2. d); 3. b); 4. c); 5. f); 6. e); 7. g)
WORKSHEET 24

Adjective Formation: Prefixes and Suffixes


A.
uncaring, unimportant, illiterate, irresponsible,
unpopular, illegal, uninteresting, unrealistic,
inappropriate, unfortunate, impolite, illogical.
B.
beautiful, successful, creative, reliable, courageous,
comfortable, furious, generous, childless, motionless,
fearless, accessible, careless/careful, fashionable,
responsible, impressionable.
C.
1. beautiful; 2. successful; 3. illiterate; 4. illegal;
5. comfortable; 6. impolite.

Gerund (-ing form)


A.
1. watching; 2. spending; 3. going; 4. telling;
5. obsessing; 6. going; 7. swimming; 8. running;
9. shopping; 10. leaving; 11. giving
B.
1. stop
stopping
6. travel
travelling
2. enjoy enjoying
7. lie
lying
3. study studying
8. die
dying
4. begin beginning 9. run
running
5. make making
10. imagine
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1. running; 2. reading; 3. cooking; 4. cleaning;


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Infinitive
A.
1. to be; 2. to stick; 3. upset; 4. be; 5. to make;
6. disappoint; 7. be; 8. find; 9. to correct.
B.
1. to come; 2. go; 3. deliver; 4. to meet; 5. be;
6. park; 7. to phone; 8. to go; 9. to go; 10. study;
11. to take; 12. to meet; 13. to write; 14. to win;
15. to come back; 16. arrange.
WORKSHEET 26

Relative Pronouns
A.
1. who/that; 2. whose; 3. which / that; 4. who;
5. which / that; 6. which / that; 7. who/taht; 8. which /
that; 9. which / that; 10. which / that; 11. who/taht;
12. which / that; 13. which / that; 14. who/that;
15. who.
B.
1. That is the boy who is my brother.
2. This is the book that/which I am reading.
3. That is the girl whose mother has gone to Italy.
4. Those are the boys whose computer broke down.
5. That is the movie which / that I went to see last night.
6. That is the problem which / that I was telling you
about.
WORKSHEET 27

Must and Have to


A.
1. dont have to; 2. has to; 3. has to; 4. dont have to; 5.
dont have to; 6. have to; 7. dont have to;
8. have to; 9. dont have to; 10. have to.
B.

1. must; 2. mustnt; 3. must; 4. dont have to;


5. must; 6. must; 7. dont have to; 8. mustnt;
9. must; 10. mustnt.

WORKSHEET 28

The Future: will


A.
1. b); 2. c); 3. d); 4. a); 5. c); 6. d); 7. b); 8. a)
B.
1. I will buy a gift for my mother.
2. Will you pass me the salt, please?
3. I will get on the tube to Covent Garden.
4. In the future, there will be more poverty.
5. Tomorrow it will rain!
6. I will take you out tonight.
7. Will you book me a ticket for the next flight?
8. I will make some tea now.
9. I will take you out for dinner.
10. Will you meet me at the library?
11. I will get you a new hat.
12. Soon, there will be more transgenic food in the
world.

Conditional Sentences
A.
1. ride; 2. get; 3. have; 4. calls; 5. dont do; 6. mix.
B.
1. e); 2. c); 3. a); 4. b); 5. f); 6. d).
C.
1. Youll learn a lot about science if you visit the
Science Museum.
2. If you recycle your garbage, youll help the
environment.
3. If you buy two books, youll get one for free.
4. If you come to my place, Ill help you.
5. If they stay at this hotel, they wont be disapointed.
6. Alice wont come to work, if she has fever.
7. If you are late, Ill drive you to the airport.
WORKSHEET 30
The Future: Be Going To
A.
1. Someone is going to make homemade soap.
2. Someone is going to plant a tree.
3. Someone is going to recycle garbage.
4. Someone is going to water the vegetable garden.
5. Someone is going to take a yoga class.
6. Someone is going to ride a bike.
7. Someone is going to clean the woods.
8. Someone is going to replace old light bulbs.
9. Someone is going to eat healthy.
10. Someone is going to sew his/her own clothes.
11. Someone is going to eat the leftovers.
12. Someone is going to take a walk in the park.
WORKSHEET 31
Be Going To / Will
A.
1. will buy;
2. will get;
3. will face;
4. will get;
5. is going to be;
6. am going to visit;
7. will stay;
8. will take;
9. will fly;
10. will feel;
11. will pay;
12. will be
B.
1. d); 2. a); 3. c); 4. b); 5. f); 6. e).

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Reported Speech
A. 1. She/He said she/he didnt go to the cinema very
often because she/he had a lot to do.
2. She said she played tennis with her friends at the
weekends.
3. He/She said he/she would visit his/her uncle in
Canada the following month.
4. She/He said she/he had to pay that in advance.
5. He/She said he/she wasnt leaving before six
oclock.
6. Someone said they were going to California the
following summer.
7. She/He said she/he liked reading before going to
sleep.
8. She/He said she/he was reading an interesting
article about life in the far west.
9. She/He said she/he could speak several languages.
10. He / She said he/she might participate in that
competition.
11. He/She told us plant more trees.
12. He/She told us to pollute the rivers.

WORKSHEET 33

Indefinite pronouns
A.
1. Anybody; 2. anything; 3. Everyone, something; 4.
everyone; 5. Something; 6. anyone; 7. anywhere; 8.
anyone; 9. everybody; 10. somewhere; 11. Everything;
12. Someone.
B.
1. No, Every; 2. Some; 3. Every; 4. No; 5. Some;
6. no; 7. No; 8. any; 9. some; 10. any; 11. some;
12. some.

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