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UNIT1 My Homeis my Castle p.4

UNIT2 Whilethere'slife,there'shope p.10
UNIT3 TravelBroad.ens
the Mind p.16
UNIT4 Earthis Dearer
thanGold p.22
UNIT5 Early
to Bed... p. 28
UNIT6 BetterSafethan Sorry p. 34
UNIT7 PennyWise,PoundFoolish p.40
8 YouAreWhatyou Eat p.46
UNIT9 EveryManto hisTaste p. 52
U N I T1 O Spread
the News p. 58


UNIT1 Present
of Place p.64
UNIT2 PastSimple,
PastContinuous, Pastperfect
PastPerfect, Continuous,
Usedto p.72
UNIT3 Future
Begoingto, Future
continuous, perfect,
Future perfect
Type0/1Conditionals p. 80
UNIT4 -ingForm,Comparisons,
Infinitive, - euite- Rather
Fairly - pretty,Too- Enough p. 88
5 ModalVerbs, Tags.............
Question p. 98
UNIT6 ThePassive,
Clauses p.106
UNIT7 Causative
Form,Reported Say- Tell- Ask ...........
Speech, p.114
UNIT8 Reported
Quantifiers p.122
UNIT9 Type2 and3 Conditionals,
Rather p.130
U N I T1 O FuturePerfect,
Continuous, -
- Either
All/None p.138
MyHomeis Matchthe character
to theirmeanings.
Usethemto makeup sentencesaboutpeopleyou
know asin the example.

myCastle [TT*-ldynamic
l2Tl calm
lSTl adventurous
16Tl creative
l3Tl anxlous FTI aggressive
lZTl talkative lETl cheerful
Vocabulary a i sw i l l i n gt o t a k er i s k sa n dt r y n e wt h i n g s
a. ldentifythe roomsandthenput the objectsin b getsangryveryeasily
the rightrooms.Someobjectscanbe used c worriesabouteverythrng
morethanonce.Finally eachroom.
describe d rarelygetsstressed or angty
e likesto chata lot
. sink . sofa. armchair
. bathtub. wardrobe
f i sa l w a y sh a p p ya n d i n a g o o dm o o d
. cooker. basin. refrigerator
. coffeetable g i s f u l lo f e n e r g y
o droc(inn t:hlo o rr rnhn:rd r hnnlzr:cp
h alwaysthinksof new ideas,artistic
o toilet dishwasher . desk
. television
. chair. lamp. prcture. rug. kettle My auntisverydynamic.Sheisalwaysfullof energy.
r cabinet. fireplace
. four-posterbed
Completethe sentences
by filling in the correct
word from the list.

ffu*er* . h a r s h. m o a t . a p p e a l. d r a u g h t. e x t e n s i o n
.-,r'-""'.' . -t
,t5f{?4- o airy . sculpture. barn . converted. convince
:. r, :; ;, :!'..: ", ". " t:1::

1 The artist made a beautiful of an

Egyptian queen
2 Living in the countrysidedoesn't really
to me.
We needed more space, so we built an
to ournouse
4 Thewintersin Russia arevery
5 Thisold factoryis being into a
blockof flats
Thereis a terrible comingfrom
u n d e rt h e d o o r
Most ancientcastleshad a
h e l pk e e po u t e n e m i e s
O u r f l a t h a s l a r g ew i n d o w s ,s o i t i s l i g h t a n d

T h ec h i l d r e d
n e c i d e tdo s l e e pi n t h e
whenthey stayedat theirgrandparents' farm
1 0 W e t r i e dt o h e rt h a t s h es h o u l d
moveto a smallerflat

4 Match the itemswith the placewhere they are

stored,then makesentences, as in the example.

sheetsand towels fridge

d i r t yc l o t h e s l i n e nc u p b o a r d
biscuits/sugar ,t' sideboard
milk --- ,-/ warqrope
cleanclothes laundrybasket
crockery tar0er
b . Usewordsfromthe listto describe
Milkisstoredin thefridge.
the adjectives
in boldwith theiropposites. 8 Replace the phrases
in boldwith the correctform
of the phrasal
verbsfromthe list.
T h eh o u s et h a t i a n e l i v e si n h a s
got a veryspaciouslivingroom . break
down . bringup bringback
2 Thisflat is verycheap . breakin . bringsthout
3 I d o n ' tt h i n kt h a t t h i sh o u s er s
4 Thatsofais rathercomfortable
i Deor Susie,
5 We livein a veryquiet area
6 T h a tb u i l d i n gl o o k sa n c i e n t . i ''1
Thonks so much for your letter. Heoring from you
olwoys I) mokes me remember hoppy memoriesof the
3 sun'lmerswe usedto spendtogether.
Well,now thot l'm 2) raising two childrenof my own,
6 Crossout the odd word. What aspectof housing b summers will never be the some again! The boys'school
does eachset of words refer to? j 3) finished for the summer holidoys/osr week.I hod the
great ideo of taking them to see their fovourite bond in
1 reasonable - expensive - economical - secure
concert/ost weekendbut it endedin disoster.
2 terraced- isolated- semi-detached - three-storey
We were halfwoyto the concertwhen my cor suddenly
3 spacious - tiny - cosy- huge
4) stopped working. I called for help, but the mechanic
4 s m a l-l a u y- s e c u r -e c o m f o r t a b l e couldn't fix the problem,so he had to tow my cor to the
5 village - c i t y- o v e r p r i c e- d s u b u r b s gorage.Well,wemissedthe concertond when we gothome
we found thot sorneonehod 5) entered by force ond
Lookat the pictures. In pairs, thinkof three The boyswere upsetthot they didnt see their heroes,
positiveandthreenegative thingswhichyoucould but I told them thot I would buy them their new CD when
sayabouteachhouse.Thinkabout:cost, 11 they 5) Put it on the morket. I'm reolly upset aboutmy
convenience,location,speci I jewellery, but I don't supposel'll everseeir ogoin.
aI features.Useyour ideas
to makesentences, i Well, I hope you're hoving a better week thon I om!
asin the example. j,
:w {r!
Write ogoin soon.

2 5

9 Matchthe wordsin columnA to the wordsin

columnB,thenusesomeof the phrases to
the sentences.

from lte
mow heating
0are money
white kitchen
Positive:fs#fffryside, B Positive:JcFi.f#ef
B{iv#te, 1 AF+^.
the burglary,we fitted o u r h o u s ew i t h a

Negative:is*l*ted, Negative: 2 T o n yb u i l th i sh o u s e ., all

3 H e i sv e r ys t r o n g H ec a nt e a ra p h o n eb o o ki n h a l f
with his
in thecountrvside.
I am a little . . this week. preposition,
12 Tickthecorrect thenmakesentences
s o I c a n ' tg o s h o p p i n g usingthephrases,
It'< froozinn in horo Tho

6 I can't believe this radio is broken It is
to for from of tn
Complete the sentences with two to fivewords, appeal
the wordsin bold.Donot changethe suffer
meaning of the originalsentence. fear
1 James
to starthisownbusiness absent
up Jameshasdecided
business approve
Sallyhasa problemwith hayfevereverysummer
from Sally
. everysummer
A firestartedin the localmuseumlatelastnight Thisdress
isn'tsuitablefor party.
a dinner
out A fire
l o c aml u s e u ml a t el a s tn i g h t
T h a t s o n galwaysremindsme of my first holiday
13 a. Lookat picture
A andcomplete
back Thatsong
. .. my firstholidayabroad
I thinkthis houseis reallyattractiveand interesting
appeals T h i sh o u s er e a l l y
My gasand electricity don't costverymuch
fuel My
. verylow

1 1 Circlethe correctresponses.
1 A: Excuseme. ls thisseatfree?
B: a Yes,can I helpyou? A Wheredo you think pictureA wastaken?
b Yes,it is B 1 ) . .. ..
c l'm sorryto hearthat A Canyou describethe pictureto me?
2 A How muchisthe rent? B Yes I can see2)
B : a No morethan f450
b Justtwo.
c lt'sf450 a month
A : D o y o u l i k ew o r k i n gi n t h e g a r d e n ?
3 A H e l l oM
, r sJ e n k i n sT.h i si sT o n yM a l l e t
B: 3)
B : a H e l l oM . h a tc a nI d o f o r y o u ?
, r M a l l e tW
A: Haveyou got a big garden?
b M r sJ e n k i nssp e a k i n g
c T h i si s M r sJ e n k i n s B: 4)
A: Do you llkelivingin a house/flat?
4 A GoodafternoonCanI helpyou?
B: 5)
B : a I hopeso.
b That'sfine b. Lookat pictureB and in pairsact out a similar
c N o ta t a l l dialogue.
5 A Whencanwe viewthe house?
B : a How abouttomorrowat 1 o'clock?
b l'll seeyou tomorrow,then
c l'll sendsomeoneto lookat it rightaway

6 A : H o w m u c ha r ey o uw i l l i n gt o s p e n d ?
B : a N o ta t a l l .
b Justtwo
c No morethan f600
Atlantis dining room, especiallydesignedto be the perfect
14 place for you to enjoy your fish and chips. Every detail in
every room of the hotel, even the bathrooms, has been
carefully chosento give it a fun and unique atmosphere.

In fact so much work has gone into making each of the
sixteenrooms special,it is difficult to believe that just one
year before it opened the hotel was a run-down building
with a huge hole in the roof. After replacing the roof and
planning a whole new interior, the owner, aptly named
Mrs Sparkle, began to totally transform the place. She
says, "It was really hard work redecorating each room,
making the curtains, painting the walls and restoring old
furniture; but it was fun as well." Now that the work is
finished and each room has its own make believe theme,
she has no doubts that it was definitelv worth the effort.

Mrs Sparklealwaysdreamt about living in a doll's house

and she is very happy that she has been able to turn this
fantasy into a reality. "Now I just want to be able to
provide a place where other people's dreams can come
true too," she says.

There are certainly some amazing rooms to pick from.

Guests can choose to stay in the Teddy Bear's Picnic
room, the Barbie room, the Ruined Castle room, the
Dinosaur den, the Chocolate room or even the African
den, which is designedto make you feel like you're deep
in the jungle complete with toy monkeys and animal
A prints. All the rooms are stockedwith toys and books so
B your children won't get bored, even if the English
weather lets you down.

i. D 4
In addition to the fantastic guest rooms, Sparkles has
much more to offer its young visitors. Every time you
book a room you can be sure that entertainment,most of
which is organisedby Mrs Sparkleherself,is included in
the package. To give busy parents a break in the
morning, there is the gameshour in the Sparkle'sden, a
large play area, and in the evening, puppet shows and
story-tellingmean that there is never a dull moment.

Sparkleshotel offers a fantasyworld for the whole family
to enjoy.So if you want to give your children a holiday to
remember or even to relive your own childhood dreams,
Sparklesis the place for you.

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c. In pairs,askandanswerquestions
basedon the
0 text.
The SparklesHotel in Blackpool, England is a family hotel A: WhereisiheSparkles
with a difference. What makes it stand out from all the B: InBlackpool
Whattypeof hotel ?
other hotels in town, is that each room has its own
individual theme. There is the Cinderella lounse. where

1 5 (p,) Youwill heara manapplying
for a loan.Listento the
interviewandfill in the
)ccuP""- A\
andanswelasin the 5) " "
- Ltr'Y'-
example. Length
name? SalarY:
JohnMichaels. LOANDflAlLS
l,i,^llli*.* ''
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b. In pairs,takerolesandact t; of nevr,,\o
out a similardialogue. lrr!tt".',T3,
of loan:


16 a. Complete with phrases

the dialogue fromthe list.
. go along/up/down . aVonthecorner. on the lefVrig6l. (ust)past . opposite/across
. turnrighVleft. takethefirsVsecond r o
etcrighVleft between at thetrafficlights/stop sign/junction/roundabout
. in themiddle
of theblock

A: Excuse me,couldyou tell me how to get to the Parkside restaurant?

B: Of course1) LongStreetand 2) . . . into MillsStreetat the 3)
A: Yes.l've qot that.
B: T h e n ,4 ) . . . . M i l l sS t r e e ta n d t u r n l e f t a t 5 ) Y o u w i l l s e e t h e P a r k s i dree s t a u r a n t
6) l t ' s7 ) . . . . . . . . G i n o ' sP i z z a
T h a n ky o u ,

b. In pairs,askfor andgivedirections
for the followingsituations.

Youareat the museumand you want to go to the ParkHotel

and you want to go to the hospital.
Youareat the chemist's
Youareat the cinemaand vou want to qo to the Fronti6re
Writing*n aCvertiserneni

Advertisements can be found in a newspaper/magazine

Whirlpool modelAWG320hardly
asclassified ads, on the Internetor on notice ooaros
useO, gooO 50
Advertisments normallystartwith information
rent,For sale,Wantedand end with a name and/or a
telephonenumberfor contact A classified ad contains
abbreviationsFull verb forms are not normallyused
Sometimesthey can includea picture An lnternetad
includesa detaileddescriptionlt is usuallycharacterised b . Readthe advertisements
againand answerthe
by full sentences and extensive useof adjectivesto attract followingquestions.
the reader'sattention lt can also includepicturesand
music Advertisements for noticeboardsare rathershort "l What is beingadvertised
in eachcase?
a n di n c l u d e
o n l yt h e m a i ni n f o r m a t i o n 2 Who is goingto readeachadvertisement?
3 lsthe styleusedformalor informal?
a. Readthethreeadvertisements 4 What informationdoesthe writer includein each
17 below.Lookat
thestyleanddecide advertisement?
. OntheInternet a. Lookat the followingabbreviations
andfill in
r Ina newsoaoer the blanks.
o Ona noticeboard
p/f furnished

For rent o..-..-...-..-.. tr f/f fully

GCH Gas ......Heating
{500 pcm, Mitcham, I'{orthLondon. s/c self-contained
Lge ground lloor studio flat, plf, slc with bathroom, d/w d ish
spaciousliving area.Kitchenettehasfridge, mfw, wfm, mtcro
dlw and gas cooker. Secuity systemand GCH. Suit machine
proJ nls. Closeto bus routesand local shops.Available prof professional
n/s SmoKer
Contact London PropertyManagementLtd at pcm p e rc a l e n d a r
020 8378 2439 tge

b. Rewriteadvertisement
A usingthe completed
tr acres of
Situated on 1'5
,n" *ott valuable 19 Yourflatmatehasjustmovedout andyou needto
findsomeone to sharethe rent.Usethe
advertisements for:the Internet,
the classified
sectionof yourlocalnewspaper andthe notice
boardin youruniversity cafeteria.

Location: Large- viewof the park- closeto

and busto the town centre
Type: 2 bedroomflat
features: f u l l yf u r n i s h e dg,a sc e n t r ahl e a t i n g ,
Rent: f280 a month
For more intormatr.u"rniir^
*" at 0207$8
5610 Availability: April l st
Resort Contact: R o b e rJt o h n s o nt e. l :0 1 8 6 5 - 5516 8 8
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While there's Usethe adjectives

themto describe
to complete
the tables,thenuse

life,there's . tall . broad-shouldered

r r i il vdud
. square. thick. long
. snub. wide . double. spiky. bushy. muscular
e- m l o -q:yns ou d o
- e pud e- h r r t t n n r : l m n n d - c hJ t. a
u rrLrr h g t un
P rau . l

. blond. oval. in hisearly/late o rosy

. short. grey. Curlyr dark. freckle6o plump
. gingero medium. hrgh. hooked. fair . overureight

Matchthe descriptionsto the people.Write Height/Build:
for the othertwo people.


isin hislatethirties.

3 Matchthe phrasesto the peoplein the pictures,

usethe phrases
to talkabouttheirdailyroutines.

g e ru p e a n y
t u r no n t h e o v e n s
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P r o L L r ) E V V r L Ir I I t U ) L ' d t t )

startwork at 4 am
performon stage
havebreakfast at 1 pm
f i n i s hw o r k a t 1 p m
startwork at 9 pm
p r e p a r0 eo u g n
h a v el u n c ha t 8 a m
f i n i s hw o r k a t 3 a m
get up late
w r i t em u s i c aal r r a n g e m e n t s
b a k eb r e a d

[tTl ffris personis old with brown eyesand a wide

n o s e H e h a ss h o r t g, r e yh a i ra n da m o u s t a c h e
ETI fnis personis a young adult with hazeleyes,
thick eyebrowsand full lips He hasan ovalface
a n dv e r ys h o r td a r kh a i r
l g T l r f i s p e r s o ni s a y o u n ga d u l tw i t h l o n gs t r a i g h t
b l o n d eh a i r S h e h a s a l o n g f a c e w i t h a r c h e d
eyebrows, greeneyes,a smallnoseand a square
c hi n
ETI fnis personis a youngadultwith an ovalface,a
s q u a r ec h i n a n d a w i d e m o u t h H e h a s b r o w n
eyesand medium-length wavybrownhair
4 Fillin the correctwordfromthe listbelow. Underline
. visibleo basement. resume. wasteo vibrations 1 She was so sad/nervous/angryabout her
' financially
. transmitted
. registered
. hearing interviewthat sheleft herpurseat home
. electrical
2 Mum was depressed/miserable/furious when she
1 Whenthe children
wentto nursery,
shewasable sawwhat a messwe had madein the kitchen
to nercareer 3 He was delightful/excited/interested when he
2 The interviewwas by satellite found out that his favouritebandwas cominqto
a r o u n dt h e w o r l d . town
3 Bellused. speechto teachdeaf 4 5he is sucha(n)expressive/easy-going/delighted
muteshow to communicate p e r s o nt h a t n o t h i n gs e e m st o a n n o yh e r
4 H e t h o u g h t t h a t t h e e x p e r i m e n tw a s a 5 Everyone was annoyed/irritated/shocked by the
. of time soundof the explosion
5 The wirescarriedthe currentro
the socket
6 The young boy lost his as a
resultof an accident
8 Lookat the situations howyou
wouldfeelandwhy,usingthe adjectives
7 He the birth of his son at
Somerset House
8 Sam livesin a flat near the
' Upset' angry. wOrried
centreof town
9 The of the train made the . excitedr irritated
windowsshake . depressed o satrsfied
10 She has been having problems coping
. sinceheraccident

5 Replacethe adjectivesin bold with their opposites. o yourpursewasstolen

. i n f l u e n t i a.l s t r o n g . h u g e . r e m a r k a b l e a yourfavourite
. close . exciting. similar a yourparentsboughtyou a new car
1 After the accidentI noticed there was a tiny
a someoneyou know told everyone that you werea
scratchon the cardoor liar
2 Kathyand Henryhavedifferent tastesin music
a a colleague praisedyourwork
a you havebeenstuckin trafficfor an hour
. you didn't get the job you wanted
3 A l e x a n d eG
r r a h a mB e l lw a s a ( n ) o r d i n a r y
lf mypursewasstolen,l'd feel...because
4 Therewas a faint smell of perfumein the air

5 That was the most tiresomeplav l've everseen

9 Matchthe words/phrases,
6 Hisfatherisa veryunimportantpersonin thistown. complete
the sentences

7 | like to spendmy holidayswith distant friends authonty

6 Howarethesepeoplerelatedto you?
c h a l ka n dc h e e s e
o yoUfmother's
andsister heart

1 You would neverknow they are twins Thevare

. yourfather'sbrother'ssonand daughter

He is Britain's
brotherand sister
I heardthat Tomwas
y o u rh u s b a n d m
hisjob yesterday
4 Janeis a daydreamer
e louf mother'smotherand father

When I was at school,we had to learnpassages

. yourbrother'ssonand daughter
from Shakespeare

Completethe sentences with two to five words, 4 A : l t ' sb a dn e w sl ' m a f r a i dJ, i md i d n ' tg e t t h e j o b
i n c l u d i n gt h e w o r d si n b o l d .D o n o t c h a n g et h e B : a W o w ! T h a t ' sa m a z i n!g
m e a n i n go f t h e o r i g i n asl e n t e n c e . b O h n o ! T h a t ' sa s h a m e !
c He mustbe veryexcited
1 Shakespeare is calledone of the greatestwritersof
a l lt i m e
known Shakespeare Speaking
of the greatestwritersof all time 13 a. Inpairs,
2 H e h a dt o l o s ew e i g h tb e c a u soef h i sh e a l t h
sake He hadto loseweight
h i sh e a l t h
3 l t t o o k h i n a l o n gt i m et o g e t o v e rh i si l l n e s s
from lt took him a longtime to
h i si l l n e s s
4 Samdoesn'twant to playfootballany more
interest Samhas
, footballanymore
5 f nmnrtprq.an nAt \/ifUSeS
ffOm Ihe lnlernet
transmitted Manycomputer
tne Internet

A: Wheredo you think the picturewas taken?

B : l t w a s1 )
1 1 What did peopleuseto do/did not useto do a
hundredyearsago? Usethe promptsand make up
as in the example. What doesit show?Can you describe
the picture
to me?
o QroWtheirown vegetables / buy frozenvegetables
r lravelby steamboat/ travelby plane
A : H o wd o y o ut h i n kt h e y o u n gm a nf e e l s ?
. payin cash/ payby creditcard
B : 3)
. readbooks/ surfthe lnternet
. go to the theatre/ go to the cinema
Do you think a degreeis necessary
to a successful
yearsago,peopleusedto growtheirown
A hundred career?
didn'tuseto buyfrozenvegetables. 4)

A : Are suchceremonies
heldin vourcountrv?
B : s)
12 Circle

1 A l ' m a f r a i dI c a n ' t m a k e i t t o n i g h t ,I h a v et o
studyfor my test tomorrow b. Lookat the pictureandactout a similar
B a T h a t ' sa s h a m e l l t w o n ' t b e t h e s a m e dialogue.
w r t h o u ty o u
b Wow! That'sterrificl
r Yn r mrrct hp vorv ovrj{gl I

2 s h a t ! | j u s tp a s s e m
A G u e sw d y d r i v i n gt e s t !
B a W h a ta s h a m e l
b Y o um u s tb e t h r i l l e !d
c That'stoo bad!
l n H a v ey o u h e a r d ?S a l l yb r o k eh e rl e gs k l i n g
B a O h n o ,h o w a w f u l l
b That'sterrific!
c S h em u s tb e r e a l l yp l e a s e d l


Reading Whichspeake(s):

14 a. Thepeoplein the pictures

movedto a new area? irr
Whatdo youthinktheyweredoing
t u r n e da h o b b yi n t oa b u s i n e s s ? t2-fl ITF
r - t l
gaveup financialsecurityto work for FTl lf=--r----l rl I
before?Readandcheckif yourguesses
t h e i rd r e a m T
hadto studyin orderto changecareer?| 6Tl
b. Readthearticle againandfor questions
choosefromthe speakers
ru r<rl n
v rvavrso tr nera al
lJoLs ut il il ftag) j FTI FI
A-E.Thespeakers isplanning to expand
maybe chosenmorethanonce.Theretsan hadto learna newlanguage? rel--l
example (0)at the beginning. isstartingto becomesuccessful? ftT_-l

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Bill: I was an accountantat a large accountingfirm in
,.,:.,:. .:
the city. I spent all my time glued to the
computer screen, even at home.
That meant I rarely spent any
t i m e w i t h m y f a m i l y .T h e n .o n e
day it hit me that I was missing
out on the truly important
things in life. My kids were
growing up fast and I felt I
wasn't playing a large enough
,..!.i role in their lives. I knew that it D Sally: When I finished universigr I
was time to give up the rat race and decided to take a year off and work
get back to basics. So, we sold our town abroad. It was a decision which
house and moved to a cottage in the country, wherq changedmy life. I got a job teaching
we have a small market garden. Gardening had been Engtish in Spain, so I packed my
a hobby of mine when I was younger but when I was
clothes,_sloted everything else and
working, I just didn't havethe time. Now I have all the headedfor the Mediterranean.I didn't
time in the world. Financially, life is more difficult, speak a word of Spanish at first, so it
bu! I think it's safe to say that the whole family is took a while to settle in. The pace of life
much happier now that we've escapedfrom the hectic was different, toe:,much slower and more relaxed 'i i
pace of citv life.
than in England. Most of all, though, I noticed the
Jean: Ever sinceI can remember, differencein climate and the way that aflectedmy
I've enjoyed making my own personality.Being under clear blue skiesand a trlazing
clothes.My friends were always sun gave me more ener$/ than I'd ever had befofe.rI
commenting on my original I'elt positive and content. After a few months, I knew
designs, so I often made that I didn't want to leave,so I decided to settle there
clothes for them as well. It and sent for the rest of my belongings.I've been here
never occurred to me that I for three yearsnow; I'm fluent in Spanishand I have a
could make a lMne at it until a tan all year round!
friend of a friend askedme to make her Stewarh The most important lessonI've learnt in my
wedding dressand offered to pay me. Suddenlymore life is that you have to take risks. If there is something
,and more people started approachingme and asking you really want to do, you have to give it a try, evenif
me to rnake clothes for them. It soon reached the rt means giving up the security of receiving a
;poin!,where I was spending all my spare time at the monthly pay cheque.I had alwayswanted to
fwing m4chine and my designs were bringing in write, but with all my commitments, I
more money than my job! I handed in my notice at simply couldn't find the time. Finally, I
and rented a small shopwith a flat abovewhich I decided to follow my dream and that
turned into my workshop. I'm happy to say that meant the job had to go. It's been really
businessis booming: I now employ ten people and I'm hard wo1k, but I'm managing to sell
about to open a secondbranch! enough storles and articles to pay the bills.
C Ann: I used to work as a sales manager in a large lrl-or;v;
ltherelq:a publisher interestgd in my',1i1s1
department store. It was quite a good job, novel:Lrfe just Could9ltbe bet!9il ' :, I ' l' I .:
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1 5 a. Completethe dialogue usingthe phrases 1$, Qvou willhearfivepeopletalking

below.Then,in pairs,readthe dialogue
aloud. jobs.Choose
whichof thestatementsA-Frefersto
eachspeaker isoneextraletterthatyou
. Please do . Thankyou. o Please,
callmeTony. donotneedto use.
. l'd liketo introduce
A Thisspeakerhasa businesspartner.
A : GoodafternoonPlease, sit down
B Thisspeaker
earnsa highsalary
B: 1)
C Thisspeaker
workslong hours
A : Beforewe get down to business, let me makethe
D Thisspeakerwearscostumes to work
introductionsLisaEdwards, 2)
E Thisspeakerhelpspeopleto loseweight
. Tony'sthe CEOof BartonEnterprises
F Thisspeakeris not happywith theirjob
B : It'sgoodto meetyou at last,Mr Barton
C : 3)
SpeakerFT-] speakerF-fl
A : And TonyBarton,this is Lisa EO*arOs,senio,
speakert2l-1 Speakertsr-l
at Unitech
It'sa pleasure to meetyou May I callyou Lisa?
Wonderful5o, now that we all know eachother,
let's talk about why we are here today Lisa, a biogr aphy
p e r h a pyso uw o u l dl i k et o s t a r tt h e b a l lr o l l i n g

b. Nowusethe business
cardsbelowto actout
Whenwe write a shortbiography of a person,we divideit
into four paragraphsIn the introduction,we write the
person'sname,date of birth (anddeath)and why he/she
fTC fnternational is famousor important ln the secondparagraph,we
write about his/herfamily background,childhoodand
Stewen philips educationIn the third paragraph,we write abouthis/her:
Djrecfo. careerand achievements ln the conclusionwe write our
c o m m e n tas n d f e e l i n gas b o u tt h e p e r s o na n d t h e i rw o r k .
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477 B2a]i
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put the paragraphs
in the correctorder.
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F a m i l by a c k g r o u n d ,
c h i l d h o o ad n de d u c a t i o n
George Harrison died of Dateof birth/death, '.4
cancerat the age of 58. He will what he is famous for
alwaysbe remembered asa talented
musician as well as a caring and generousman who was
;19 ,,
more interestedin making music than being a star.
"di, -1"if..:i
I t" the early 1960's,the band changed its name to "J f f e,L"r
The Beatles. Their first single, 'Love Me Do' was a
Careerand achievements
success and 'Beatlemania' was born. In 1970, The
Beatles disbandedbut Harrison's solo career was only
lust beginning. George went on to releasemany songs,
sometimes combining his talents with other famous

D e a t hc, o m m e n tas n d
musicians.He also started his own record and movie
f e e l i n gasb o u th i m
companiesand was deeplyinvolved in charitywork.

I FI" was born in Liverpool, England where his father

worked as a bus driver. When he was 12 years old, he
met and became good friends with a boy called Paul 20 Read
McCartney who was a member of John Lennon's band, about?
The Quarrymen.In 1958,George, a gifted guitar player,
joined the band too. # A popularliterarymagazineis going to publisha

GeorgeHarrison was born in 1943and died in 2001. $ specialedition of the magazine called Twentieth
I '{, CenturyWriters.
You have been asked to write a
He was the youngest member of a famous pop group
called The Beatles.He was also well known for his sons i biography
of a famouswriterfor the special
writing and guitar playing.
t : . Making
Com plex
t : b . W h i c hp a r a g r a p hisn c l u d et h e f o l l o w i n g ?
: j 21 Jointhe sentences
below,usingthe words in bold.
C a r e ear n da c h i e v e m e n t s
- t
F a m i l by a c k g r o u nadn dc h i l d h o o d
i l 1 He was born in South Africa His family moved
Name,dateof birth/death, what he is famousfor
r ! b a c kt o E n g l a n idn 18 9 6 (but)
Comments/feelings aboutthe person
l 1 2 Tolkienwent to Oxford UniversityHe studied
. B r a i n s t o r mil d
negas E n g l i sLha n g u a gaen d L i t e r a t u r e (where)
3 He servedin the BritishArmy He worked on the
19 Readthe biographical
and OxfordEnglishDictionary (after)
to complete
thespidergram. 4 He wrote manyshort stories He is most famous
f or TheLordof theRings (although)

John Ronald ReuelTolkien 22 a. Useyouranswersin Ex.19to answer

c 1892- 1973 questions
. famousbooks,Ihe Hobbit andTheLordof theRings
. bornin SouthAfrica :'rs)
i l -:;l i
. f a m i l ym o v e dt o E n g l a n idn 1 8 9 6
o !lew up in Birmingham lntroduction
. studiedEnglishLanguage (Paral) Whoareyou goingtowritr about?Whenwas
and Literature at Oxford
he/shebom?Whm did he/she die?Whatis
f amousJor?
. workedon the OxfordEnglish Dictionary
o becamea professor at OxfordUniversity
. published firstbook TheHobbitin1937 (Para 2.) Wherewashelsheborn?'\Mhere did he/shtgrow
. publishedTheLordof theRings -
++a up? Whercdid ht/shego to school?
b e t w e e n19 5 4 a n d 19 5 5 (Para 3) '\Mhatwerehis/herearlyjobs? What was his
o son Christopher published m a i nj o b ? W h a td i d h e a c h i e y e ?
..* tr*'. *
Tolkien's otherworksafter
h i sf a t h e rd i e d Conclusion
o creatorof a magicalworld (Para4) \Mhendid he/she
die? How do yout'eelabout
the person?
in TheHobbitand TheLord
of theRings b. Writeyourbiography
usingthe information

TravelBroadens 2 a. Matchthe adjectives

to the nouns.

narrow shops

t h eM i n d unspoiled
r u rn s
souven Irs
ancLent mountarns
handmade SrreerS

b. Lookat the pictures

below.Matchthe items
Vocabulary fromEx.2ato the photographs,
ldentifythe objectsbelow,thencomplete asin the example.


to walkalongRome's

3 Complete with the correctwords

the sentences
fromthe listbelow.
. restored
. self-contained
. conveniences
. award-winning. moors aspiring
. handmade . wander
1 lf you take some with you when
1 He is a celehritvhecausehe has written three
you go on holiday, you won't get bittenby insects
, novels
You shouldalwayskeepa in the
2 W e b o u g h ta . r u g a t t h e a r t sa n d
carin caseof an emergency
D o n ' te v e rg o s u n b a t h i nwg i t h o u t
3 K e e pa n e y e o n t h e c h i l d r e nD o n ' t l e t t h e m
a n da g o o dp a i ro f
When you travel abroad you must take your
4 Weliveina... fl:f:hnvo tha <hon
as identification
5 B e c a r e f u l !A l o t o f n a n n l o n a i l n ci nn iho
l f t h e y l o s ey o u r , t h e a i r l i n ew i l l
at night
payyou compensation
W e b o u g h ta n o l d r u n - d o w nV i c t o r i a n h o u s ea n d
When you go to a nature reserve,don't forget
. . . i t t o i t so r i g i n acl o n d i t i o n
your so you will be ableto seethe
H es p e n d as l l h i sf r e et i m e p r a c t i s i nt gh e p i a n o H e
a n i m a lm s o r ec l e a r l y
i sa ( n ) pianist
Unfortunately we forgot our , so
Our caravanhasall the : a cooker,
w e c o u l d n 'tta k ea n yh o l i d a sy n a p s
a fridge,and evena microwave oven.

nrr uun,,.,.,o,,
4 Underline
the correctword(s),
thenmatchthe b. Usethe wordsfromEx.5ato talkaboutthe
to the meansof transportin the pictures weatherin yourcountry.

Pleasemake sureyour seat belt is tied/fastened Circle

6 response.
d u r i n gt a k e - o faf n d l a n d i n g
b Don'tdrinkand drive/steer 1 A: Wouldyou liketo cometo the cinemawith us
Do not pull cord, exceptin caseof a(n) danger, tonight?
emergency B : a l ' m n o t s u r e i ' l l l e ty o u k n o wt o m o r r o w
D o n o t t a l k t o / l o o ka t t h e d r i v e w
r h i l ev e h i c l e
i si n b l ' d r a t h e rn o t , l ' m n o t k e e n o n C h i n e s e
motion food
e Thelifeboats/lifeguards areon the upperdeck c T h a n k sl ,' d l o v et o
f It is illegal/wrongnot to weara helmet
!#* 2 A Haveyou got time for a coffee?
:.1, - B a I'd loveto, but l'm just goingfor a coffee
*; b No thanks,I onlydrinkcoffee
,.* c Yes,that'sa greatideaI

3 A : That new band is playingat The Palaisnext

S a t u r d anyi g h t I w a sw o n d e r i n igf y o u ' dl i k et o
B : a T h a tw o u l db e g r e a t I l o v et h e b a l l e t l
b I d o n ' t r e a l l yf e e l u p t o i t l ' m a b i t t i r e d
c l ' d r a t h e rn o t l ' m n o t k e e no n p o p m u s t c

4 A: There'sa reallygood play on at the theatre

S h a lIl b u yt i c k e t s T
B : a S o r r yI ,c a n ' tb u yt h et i c k e t sl ' m w o r k i n ga l l
b T h a tw o u l db e g r e a t !
c l ' m n o t s u r ei f I c a nm a k ei t l ' v eg o t t o b u y
ticketsfor the theatre
5 a . Readthe sentencesbelow and replacethe
words in bold with their oppositesfrom the list.

. warmer . below . sheltered. wet 7 Completethe sentences with two to five words,
i n c l u d i n gt h e w o r d si n b o l d .D o n o t c h a n g et h e
. freezingcold . dull . heavy. clear
m e a n i n go f t h e o r i g i n asl e n t e n c e .

I n t h e m o r n i n g ,n o r t h e r na r e a sw i l l e x p e r i e n c e
1 | enjoy eating in expensiverestaurants, buying
c l o u d ys k i e sw i t h t e m p e r a t u r easr o u n d1 O ' C
expensiveclothesand travelling
There may be some light showersin the early
finer I enjoy
r nl i f e
F u r t h esro u t h ,i t s h o u l db e m u c hc o o l e rw i t h s o m e
c l o u d sl a t e ri n t h e d a y 2 We stayedin a hotel that was very closeto the
Temperatures are goingto remainabove freezing 0eacn
a l ld a y throw We stayedin a hotelthat was
5 On Saturday we canexpectit to be boilinghot , from the beach
6 To summarise, it's goingto be a cool and dry day 3 Therewere a lot of peoplewe wantedto inviteto
for mostof the country o u rw e d d i n g
T h e r ew i l l b e s p e l l so f b r i g h ts u n s h i nteh r o u g h o u t extensive We had an
theday for our wedding
Temperatures in exposedareaswill be about2"C
4 | wantedto try all the localdishes
'l mtSs I d i d n ' tw a n t t o
5 a n yo f t h e l o c a dl i s h e s
2 6
3 5 T h i sc l a yp o t w a sm a d ei n t h e m i d d l ea q e s
4 dates Thisclaypot
t h e m i d d l ea g e s

W h e nI h e a rm y c h i l d r e nl a u g h i n ga, l l m y t r o u b l e s
areforgotten "'
t- --.o,-.,.,,,:.:r.--

washed All my troubles " _.-_;

w h e nI h e a rm y c h i l d r e n laughing
7 T h eh o t e li s i n t h e c e n t r apl a r to f L o n d o n
heart Thehotelis
8 Be sure to make full use of the hotel facilities
d u r i n gy o u rs t a y
advantageBesurethat you
the hotelfacilities

8 Readthe sentences. Who would saythe following

in a hotel:a maid (/14)?
a guest(G)?the hotel
0 r
manager (HM)?
Close your eyesand imagine the perfect beach. Soft white
W o u l dy o u l i k em e t o m a k eu p y o u r
sand,beautiful blue sea,and the temperature a constant30
room now?
degreesCelsius.But wait, there's more: no risk of sunburn,
C o u l dI b o o ka d o u b l er o o mf o r n e x t
no insects or bugs, no sharks or jel\.fish, and, at regular
Thursday? intervals, the best surfing waves imaginable. Too good to
l ' m a f r a i db r e a k f a si st n ' ti n c l u d e idn be true? Not anymore.Thanks to modern technology and
theprice the miraclesof science,this beach really doesexist and it is
a S h a lIl c h a n g ey o u rt o w e l s ? on the island of Kyushu in southernJapan.
o How do I dialroomservice?
o W h a tt i m ed o e st h e r e s t a u r a notp e n ?
. I w i l l c a l ls o m e o n teo h e l py o uw i t h In a resort complex called Seagaiayou will find the Ocean
y o u rl u g g a g e Dome. The Ocean Dome contains,among other things,
. I hopeyou will havea verypleasant the world's largestartificial seabesidethe biggestindoor
beach.It is roughly the size of six football fields and has
staywith us
an 85-metre shoreline. The soft white sand is actually
made of crushed marble chips, which won't stick to your
skin, and the water is salt free and chlorinated. The
9 Tickthe correctpreposition,then makesentences
temperature of the water is kept at 28'C and the air is
usingthe phrases,as in the example.
kent at 30"C.

from , of with about 2

The Dome has everythingyou would expectto find on a
big tropical island: caves,waterfalls, small islands,palm
trees and that's just the beginning.There is a man-made
volcano that erupts at regular intervals, waterslides,a
wave pool and even a virtual reality raft ride where
: ,,- -: ,,
passengersare tossed,shakenand splashedwith water.

There is plenty to do for the whole family in Seagaiaand,
if you want a break from the beach, you can visit the
Reading World' rainforest. This is a Jurassic Park style
jungle full of artificial creaturesand holographicpirates.
a. Thepictures showa newtypeof resort.What There is also a beach carnival held every afternoon with
do youthinkit is?Howdo the pictures relateto dancers and musicians dressedin colourful Caribbean
the title of the article?
Readthe articleand costumesand in the eveningthere is a spectacularshow
put on by aquaticdancers.
b. Readthe articleagainandchoose the most
In Seagaiayou don't even have to carry any money with
suitableheading fromthe listA-l for each you. Visitors pay an admissionfee at the entrance and
paragraph 1-7.Thereisoneextraheading are given colour coded barcode tags, which they use
whichyou do not needto use.Thereis an instead of cash. This type of holiday is wonderful for
example (0)at the beginning. anyone who enjoys lying on the 'beach' or swimming in
the 'sea' without havins to check the weather forecast
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11 Youwill hearpeopletalkingin fivedifferent

Forquestions 1-5,choose the best
answer,A B,or C.

Listento JoantellingPamabout her holiday.Why

didn't sheand her husbandenjoythemselves?
A S o m e o nh e i t h e rh u s b a n d
B H e rh u s b a n w d a si l l
C Thefood wasterrible

You are at the airport when you hear this

conversationbetween a memberof staff and a
passenger. What is the woman'sproblem?
A S h ec a u g h t h e w r o n gp l a n e
B S h ec a n ' tf i n d h e rh a n d b a g
C S h eh a si o s th e rl u g g a g e

3 You overheara man talking to his friend. Why

d i d t h e m a n m i s sh i st r a i n ?
A T h ed e p a r t u rtei m e sh a db e e nc h a n g e d
B Hiswatchwaswrong
C Thestationwas verybusy

4 You are in a hotelwhen you hearthis conversation

between a man and the receptionist. What is the
A Hisroomls not readyyet
B The hotelis full
Naturally, no island holiday is complete without hxury
C Thehotelhasdouble-booked
hotels, boutiques and a wide variety of restaurantswith
everythingfrom fine dining to fast food, and Seagaiahas 5 You hear a woman describingher holidayto a
them all. There are even several theatres,golf courses friend.What doesshe complainabout?
and tennis courts. The Ocean Dome feels so real that A Herhotelroom
visitors to the resort still use suntan lotion and wear B Thebadweather
sunhats even though the 'sunlight' is artificial and
C Thefood in the hotel

The Dome itself actually has a roof that opens but it is C o m m u n i c a t iB

onu .y i nSgt a m p s
only used when the weather outside is at the same
temperature as the weather inside the dome. It is also 12 a. Matchcolumn A to columnB,thenin pairsact
quite ironic that the Ocean Dome was built only 300 out thedialogue.
metres away from the real ocean.Strangelyenough, the
real beach is usually quite empty even on hot and sunny A B
days becauseholidaymakersseem to prefer the safety, E] Excuse me Do a T h a t ' lbl e f o u rd o l l a r s .
comfort and predictabilityof the artificial beach. y o us e l ls t a m p s ? please
lzl I O h ,w e l ll w a n t t o You'rewelcome
s e n ds o m e Havea niceday
Nowadays,theme parks are springing up everywhereand ^^.+--"^l- +^
pu)Llot u) LU H o w m a n yd o y o u
it looks like virtual reality holidays are going to be the
England need?
way of the future. After all, they are cleaner, safer and ffi

far more convenientthan real holidays.However,can we l5l Letme see Ten,

I No probleml'vegot
really compare the experienceof sitting on an artificial Ithink plentyof change
beachwith man-madesandunder a fake sun to a day on m O h , l ' v eo n l yg o t a That'ssixteen dollarsfor
a real beach? Where is the challenge in surfing man- t w e n t y - d o l l ab ri l l youandten stamps
made waves when you know exactly how big they are IET_I Thankyou very Yes,we do Whereare
going to get and exactlywhen they are going to appear? much theyfor?
More importantly, where is the fun in coming back from
a seasideholiday without tan lines? llgYt:t..,..

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b. Nowusethe promptsto actout similar b. Lookat the pictures
andin pairsactout a
dialogues. similar

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note note

13 a. Lookat the picture thedialogue.


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When we write an articledescribing a festival,eventor

celebration we attended, we usually writefour paragraphs
I nt h e i n t r o d u c t i o n
we include g e n e r ai ln f o r m a t i oanb o u t
t h e e v e n ts u c ha si t s n a m e w
, h e r ea n dw h e ni t i s h e l da n d
what the celebration is for In the secondparagraphwe
write about the preparations for the event ln the third
paragraphwe describethe aciual event itself In the
c o n c l u s i o nw, e w r i t e o u r i m p r e s s i o n rse, a c t i o n sa n d
A: What'sthe p r o b l e m ? recommendations We usuallyusepresenttensesto write
B: It seemsto m et h a t 1 ) aboutsomethingthat happens everyyearor continues for
A: Wherearet h e yg o i n g ? some time and past tenses to describeour actual
B: They2) experiences at the event We useadjectives to makeour
A: How arethey related? description moreinterestingWe can alsousethe passive
B: I t h i n kt h e y3 ) when
theu'out] -0":"::lf'l,tl.:'n"'.l
A: W h e r ed o y o ut h i n kt h e ya r e ?
B: Somewhere 4) . TopicSentences
A: What time of the yearis it?
B: It's5)
A: How do you know? 14a Readthe articleand fill in the blankswith the
correcttopic sentencefrom the list below.
B: 6)

A Thepreparations take months

A What do you t h i n kt h e ya r eg o i n gt o d o ?
B T h ef e s t i v awl a sf u n ,e n t e r t a i n i nagn de d u c a t i o n a l
B: Well,7) a T h eM i l w a u k e e N a t i v eA m e r i c a nI n d i a nF e s t i v ai sl
t r u l ya n a m a z i n gevent
A : W h a tw o u l dy o u d o i n a s i m i l asr i t u a t i o n ?
D The celebrations began at 4pm and there was
plentyto seeand do

wffiw ffi 17a Usethe adjectives
in the listto definethe
for three days in September every year,
nounsthat follow.Someadiectives canbe used
thousands gather in Milwaukee, USA, to morethanonce.
celebrateIndian culture. Last year, I was luclqi . spicy. colourful. spectacular o loud
enough to attend the festival and experience
' mouth-wateringr 6;3tt;.ul. local. traditional
it for myself.
. lively. handmade . culturalo delicious
. annual
! Dance teamsfrom all over the country
practise to compete in the tribal Pow Wow festival
dancecontest.Indian craftsmenwork to produce the many food
traditional items on display.Then, in the week before the . costumes
festival, the stalls are put up and the food is prepared, so MUSIC
that eveq4hingwill be ready for the big day.
b. Completethe paragraphs
with adjectives
I I uirlt"O a traditional Indian village, watched skilled
craftsmen carve totem poles, and even learned how to do Ex.17a.
tribal Indian dancing. It was also a great opportunity to
The ChindoFestival is a(n) 1)
sample some traditional native dishes,like corn bread and
festivalheldeveryyearin springThelocal
buffalo burgers.
peoplewear 2) costumesand
I It was a wonderful way to learn about Native
performfolk dancesand musicTheyeat
American culture and celebratethe end of summer.
3) Koreanfood and have a
b . Whatdid the writerthinkof the festival?
do you know?Underline the words/phrases The VeniceCarnjvalis a(n)4)
whichshowthe writer'sopinion. festival whichlastsfor ten daysin winter
everyyear Peoplewear 5)
Whattensesdoesthe writeruse?Whv? m a s k sa n d p a r a d et h r o u g ht h e s t r e e t s
Thereare lotsof 6) concerts
. Pa r a g r a p
Plha n n i n g a n db a l l st o a t t e n d

1 5 a. Belowisthe planfor a festivaldescription.

Matchthe paragraphs to the information. Thepeopleof Rotterdam, Holland,hold :'rl r
a(n)7) summerfestivalThere ,rr:L --.
Paragraphs Information is lois of 8) musicand the :i#3
Para1 A Description of the actualevent people put on 9) . . costumes ..)
Para2 B l m p r e s s i o an ns d r e c o m m e n d a t i o n s and dancein the streetsand squaresof
P a r a3 C Nameof festival, where/when/ the city. a.

Para4 why it takesplace

18 a . R e a dt h e r u b r i cb e l o wa n d t h e n a n s w e rt h e
D Preparatlons for festival
q u e s t i o n si n t h e p l a n .
b. Readthe articleagainandmakenotesfor each
S A travelmagazine is goingto publish
a special
Then,talkaboutthe Milwaukee
NativeAmerican IndianFestival. f on festivals
andhasaskedits readers to sendin articles
f describing a festivalthey have attendedwhich is
I important in theircountry.
16 Rewritethe followingparagraph,
puttingthe verbs
in boldin the passive.
planin Ex.15is it?
t;t :::

(Paral) is theJestivalcalled?Where/When/Why
d o e si t t a k ep l a c e 2

Main Body
(Para2) 'What
take place?
(Para3) What actuallyhappensat thef estival?

(Para4) What areyour intpressions,
f edings,
recomm endations?

b. Writeyourarticlein 120-180words.Youcan
usethe articlein Ex.14aasa model.




Matchthe wordsin A andB to formcompound
nouns,thenusethemto complete the sentences
A -qqrbd'
% B q
acid sPec\es
g\oba\ f ue\s
fossr\ so\ar :rr'
endanqered po\!eI b. Whichof the problemsbelowdo the headlines
ener9Y raln
o\\ \aVer
ozone warming . airpollution
. deforestation
. drought
r waterpollution

I . r sc a u s r nag risein oceanlevels c. Whichof the followingshouldwe do to fight
2 Aerosol sprays are helping f ^ d a < f r n r r t h o airpollution?
Canyouaddideasof yourown?

We must find alternativesourcesof power to . usepublictransport moreoften

avoida(n) . finecompanies polluting
d a m a g e so u r l a k e s r, i v e r sa n d . reusean0recycte
forestsaswell as our buildings . stopproducingandusingCFC's
Energyfrom the sun can be used to produce . develop
cleanenergy cars
. userenewable sourcesof energy
6 p o l l u t eo u r s e a sa n d b e a c h e s . conserve
energy at homeandat work
^^,1 t,;tl
dilu KilrmanySeacteatures
7 Unfortunately,
3 Underline
the correctword.

8 W e a r e r u n n i n go u t o f , so Solarbatteriescan captureand renew/storethe

h:va tn st:rt rrsinn niher cnr rrroq nf nnrnior
s u n ' se n e r g y
Nuclearenergy/power stations are considered
d a n g e r o ubsy m a n yp e o p l e
2 (A-D)tothe pictures
Matchthe headlines (1-4).
5o manypeopleareswitchingto organicfood that
it isverydifficultfor the public/supply to meetthe
We will soonrun out of fossilfuelsso we mustfind
newer/alternative formsof energy
Wind twirlings/turbinesdo not disturbcattle,so
wind farms provide good grazing/hunting
Hydroelectric power plants/farmsmust take care
not to flood the neighbourhood/surrounding
lf we don't start usingreusable/renewable forms
o f e n e r g ys o o n ,t h e p r i c eo f f u e l i s g o i n gt o g o
u p / s k yh i g h .

4 a. Whatcanwe do to becomemore 4 A: Do you think you could be more careful
environmentallyaware?Usethe listof Dosand T U I UT E1
Don'tsIomakeup sentences,thenmatchthem B: a Of courseSorryaboutthat
to the pictures. b l ' v eh a de n o u g h
c I s h o u l dt h r n ks o ,t o o

A : H o wa b o u ts t a r t i n ga c l e a n - ucpa m p a i g n ?
B : a l ' d l o v et o g o
b That'snot a bad idea.
c R i g ht h e n

A: Thankyou verymuch
B : a W h yn o t ?
b Alright
c N o ta t a l l

6 Matchthe wordsin ColumnA to thosein Column

B,thenusethe phrases
to completethe sentences

the lion's off to
havebutterflies i n h e rs t o m a c h
t a k et h e b u l l neart
t a k em y h a t share
lose bythe horns

1 J o h nd e c i d e tdo and
^ . t . A ; - t - ^ - - r ^ . - ^pay
dsK nrsDossror a - . , flse
I really Cathy She
efi"{ut h a sm a d et h e g a r d e nl o o kb e a u t i f u l
o separate and recycle " p u t a l lr u b b i s hi n t h e T h ee x p l o r e rdsi d n ' t
rubbish sameilrn evenwhen theirfood supplies ranout
o u s ea h a n d - h e lhdo s e o l e a v es p r i n k l e or sn a l ld a y 4 Sarahwasso nervousthat she
' t a k ep u b l i ct r a n s p o r t . useca[ everyday
beforeher interview.
u switchoff lightswhen ' l e a v et h e l i g h t so n a l lt h e 5 Ann workedveryhardon the projectso sheshould
leaving a room time get of the bonusmoney

Weshouldn't in thesame
separate it,(picture
andrecycle B)
7 Tickthe correctpreposition,then makesentences
usingthe phrases,as in the example.
b. In pairs,suggest
otherwaysto helpthe

5 Circlethe correctresponse.

1 A: Areyoubusytonight,Bob?
B: a lf youreally
b I don'tthinkso Why?
c Doyouthinkthat's a goodidea?
2 A C a nI t a l k t o y o uf o r a m o m e n tp, l e a s e ?
B a That'stoo bad
b N o ta t a l l
c Yes,I supposeso
3 A : What'sthe matter? Shewas gratefulto her teacherfor hisguidanceand
B : a l ' m f e du p pattence.
b l'd loveto
c That'stoo bad

Lookat the pictures
andusethe promptsto Reading
compare andcontrast them.
10 a. Lookat thepictures.
of these you
findout aboutbeforeyouvisita foreign

TravelDiary G u i d eB o o k s
. busy/quiet . stressful/relaxing
. healthy/unhealthy o nniqrr/noarofr rl

. clean/dirty o safe/dangerous Money

o . Youaregoingto readan articleabouttourism.

the correctanswer

a busytownwhereas

Many of us look forward to our summer holidays all
9 a. Lookat the pictureandin pairs,complete
the year. We can't wait to get awayfrom our everydaylives,to
dialogue. visit new places,try new things,orjust to relax and lie in the
sun.But how many of us think about the effect our holidays
have on the placeswe visit?
Although tourism has many benefits, such as bringing
extra money into the local economy,there are alsonegative
effects. Tourism can do all sorts of damage to the
environment, the culture and the people of a country,
especially in places which aren't prepared for large
numbers of holidayrnakers.In recent years there has been
a large increase in the number of independent travellers
who want to get off the beaten track, and this has meant
A: W h a td o y o ut h i n kt h e p i c t u r es h o w s ? that many remote destinationsare having to adjust to new
B: 1) visitors.
A: Wheredo you 2) It certainly isn't all bad news though. The last few years
B: C e n t r aAl m e r i c a have also seen a huge increase in 'eco-tourism'. This is 17
A: How doesthe picturemakeyou feel? tourism where holidaymakerstry to have a positive effect
B: Well,3) on the people and places that they visit. If you are really
A: W h yd o y o ut h i n ki h i si s h a p p e n i n g ? committed to this idea, then you can spend your holidays
B: I t m i g h t4 ) helping out on an organic farm in Britain, or taking part in
conservationprojects in Africa or the Amazon rainforest.
A: W h a td o y o ut h i n kn e e d st o b e d o n e ?
Don't worry, though, if this doesn't sound like your idea of
B: I t h i n k5 )
a holiday. Wherever you go and whatever you want to do,
b . I n p a i r sa
, c t o u t s i m i l a rd i a l o g u e as b o u tt h e there are still ways to make sure that you have the best
picturesbelow. possibleimpact on your holiday destination.
If you are headingoff to a place for the first time, it is an
excellentidea to find out as much about it as you can. A
guidebookis a great placeto start.As well aslearning about
the local placesof interest,you can read about the wayyou
will be expectedto behave and dress.This can saveyou
from making embarrassingmistakes and means that you
are less likely to upset or offend your hosts.Don't stop at
the guideboo( though. If you can, listen to some music or

I l l L :I L r t r r - . - - "
1 Tourismdoesthe most damagein countries
A where there has been an increasein eco-
B whicharen'treadyfor a lot of tourists
C w h e r et h e r ea r e a l o t o f p e o p l et r a v e l l i n og n
t h e i ro w n
D which havea stronglocaleconomy
2 W h a t i s m e a n tb y ' e c o - t o u r i s mi n' l i n e 1 7 ?
A Helping o u t o n o r g a n i cf a r m s
B Helpingto conserve the rainforests
C Havinga positiveeffecton the environment
History D Helpingplacesto get usedto new visitors

3 What shouldyou do beforeyou take your eco-

A B u ya g u i d e b o o k
B Learnhow to dress
C Findout aboutthe localattractions
D L e a r na b o u ty o u rd e s t i n a t i o n

Music T r a d i t i o nD
a li s h e s 4 How can a tourist help the economy of a
A Bargainfor everything they buy
:ead some literafure from your chosen destination. B Buy the goods and servicesprovidedby the
Knowing a little about the place that you are visiting before r o c apr e o p l e
r ou leave can make your holiday much more enjoyable C Paya fair pricefor everything
,,r.hen you arrive. D B u ye x p e n s i vi m
e p o r t e db r a n d s
It is also important to think about how you spend your
inoneywhen you are on holiday. Whenever you can, try to W h a t i s m e a n tb y ' c a n m a k ea b i g d i f f e r e n c e
:ut it into the local people's hands. You can do this by somepeople'in lines48 and 49?
;ating and drinking local products rather than imported A Youcanchangetheirlives
stayingin locally owned accommodationand using B Youcanhelpto preserve theirlocalenvironment
.ocal guides. In some parts of the world, you might be C Youcan helpthem to havea betterlife
:elatively well off compared to the local population. Even D Youcanbe fair
n placeswhere you are expectedto haggle or bargain,you
should alwayspay a fair price for things. Remember that What do eco-touristorganisationssay about
'n'hatmight be a very small tourism?
amount of money to you, can 48
inake a big difference to somepeople. A lf we show consideration for the placeand
Another important thing for the eco-touristis to have as people,we will havea moresatisfying holiday
iittle effect on the local environment as possible.This is B l f w e v i s i t u n u s u a lp l a c e sw
, e s h o u l dl e a v e
easyto do if you follow some common-senseadvice.Don't themjust aswe foundthem
teave litter lying around and use biodegradable products
C lf we havea holidayin a new place,we should
n rr'heneverpossible. If resourceslike water or fuel are in
makesurewe will be welcomethere
short supply, then use as little of these as you can, and of
D lf we visita foreigncountry,we shouldtry to
course you should never buy products made from rare
plants or endangeredanimals. If you are luclcyenough to supportthe localeconomy
risit a truly exotic destination such as a coral reef, remote The writer'sattitude to eco-tourismis
mountain or desert region, or a rainforest then you should
A hopeful
try to leave it exactlyas you found it, so that future visitors
B disappointing
can enjoy it just asyou did.
C interesting
Eco-tourism organisations say that respecting the
culture and environment of the places that you visit will D supportive
lead to much more rewarding and enjoyableholidays.If we
try to encouragethe local economy,leave the environment
undamaged and are aware of the different laws and What was the writer'spurpose?How muchdo
attitudes in the placeswe visit, then all of us can enjoy our you agreewith his/herpoints?
much better now and in the future. With
more and more of us planning holidays in new locations
everyyear, we should all do our bit to make sure that we are
alwayswelcomewhereverwe go.

Listening Complaining
i, .7You aboutfiveevents.For
will hearinformation 13 a. Fillin the gapswith the sentencesbelow,then
questions 1-5,decidewhicheventA-F istaking in pairs,readthedialogue aloud.
placeon eachday.Useeacheventonlyonce.There r Sorry to havebeena nuisance
is oneeventwhichyoudo not needto use. . O h .l a ms o r r y
. Youare,asa matterof fact
A Youcan planttrees FI vonday
ffi- . lsanything thematter?
B Y o uc a nc l e a nu p a l o c a l a k e lz | | tuesoay
C Youcanhelpcollectrubbish l3Tl wednesday A : H e l l o.,J o h nC o u l dI h a v ea q u i c kw o r d w i t h y o u ,
D You can cycleeverywhere FTI thursday please?
E Youcanvisita recycling plant FTI rriday B : S u r e 1)
F You can learn how to be
A: Well,actually,l've beenmeaningto speakto you
aboutthe noisefrom yourhouse
B: NoiseA ? r ew e b e i n gt o o l o u d ?
Communication: A : W e l l ,y e s 2 )
R e p o rti nagmi ssi nagn i ma l
3).... ldidn'trealise
y o u c o u l dh e a ra n y t h i n g
12 a. Matchthe exchanges, then in pairs,readthe It's the musicyou play late at night that's the
d i a l o g u ea l o u d . pro0rem.
B: 'Oh, OK We'lltry to keepit down 4)
[iTlcan I helpyou, madam?
Don'tworryaboutit Thanks,
ETl ofr dear What kindof dog is it?
l3TlI see Hassheevergonemissingbefore?
b. Nowusethe promptsto actout similar
FTI t\ow, let me makea noteof yourdetails.
ETI was shewearinga collar?
ETI can I haveyournameand telephoneplease?
FTI oon't get upsetMrsBrown l'm surewe'llfind her
a No l'm veryworried
b Yes she'soot a redonewith her nameand
address on it
c Y e s S h e i l aB r o w n A n d m y t e l e p h o n en u m b e ri s
q Erm yes l'm afraidmy dog hasgonemissing
e O h ,t h a n ky o u
S h e ' sa L a b r a d o rS h e ' sg o t g o l d e nf u r a n d b i g
Gary/ noise- motorbike/ S u s a /n n o i s e- k i d s / c a n ' t
brown eyes
wakesme up everymorning/ hearourselves think/
T h a n ky o u
a problemwith engine/ get s h o u t i n ga n ds c r e a m i n/ g
fixed t e l lb e q u i e t
b . Now usethe promptsto act out similar

"+' : -?:ffi:
. _ 1 .1 . , r
l i-:.i .

, When we write an informalletterof advice,we usually t

write four paragraphsIn the introductionwe express
1 sympathyand say that we understand the problemor !
i that we thinkwe canhelp.Inthe mainbody(Paras 2 - 3), :

! we make suggestions and give our reasonsWe write !

tabby- brownand black- poodle- white- browneyes/ . each suggestion in a separateparagraph.In the
g r e e ne y e s/ b l u ec o l l a -r browncollar- address and i conclusion, we writeour closingremarks,
andsignoff. !
^ -n a m ea n d p h o n en u m b e r p n o n en u m o e r i.*
""_*. _.,.,.
- .___",--_.-,
a. Readthe letterof advice
14 16 Matchthesuggestions
to thecorrect
the correctverb.Thenanswerthe Then,makecomplete
fjT-l Ouya toy bone for it
l2Tl tate it for a longwalkeverymorningandevening
[3Tl moveinto a housewith a garden
ETI take it to Dog Obedience School

a l e a v ey o u rp u p p yo u t s i d ed u r i n gt h e d a y
b i t w o n ' t w a n t t o r u n a r o u n ds o m u c hd u r i n gt h e
c you won't haveto trainit yourself
I am so glad to hear that you 1) havi"t d it won't chewyourfurnitureor shoes
, deciding to move to London, It'Il be great to have a friend
' trom home living here. We'll be able to do thingstogether 1- d lf I wereyou,
I'dbuya toyboneforit.Thatwayitwont
; like we 2) would/usedto. In your letter you 3) asked/were chew yourfurniture
or shoes.
' askingme to giveyou someadviceaboutfinding a flat; here
' If I were you, I would start by 4) checks/checkingthe 1 7 a . Readthe rubricbelow and then answerthe
: classified advertisementsin the London papers. For q u e s t i o n si n t h e p l a n .
i example,the 'Daily Mail' and the 'EveningStandard'have
:1argesectionswith housesand flats for rent. That way,you , Your friend hasjust written you a letter askingfor
; rvill be ableto seewhat is availablefor rent at the moment. gt
advice.Readthe extractfrom the letter below,then
I Another good idea is to contact an estate agent. writea letterof advice
to vourfriend.
: GoldshmidtandHowland5) have/arehavingofficesall over
i London.That way you can get a list of all the placesin the
i areayou want at a priceyou can afford.
Howore you?I'msonyI hoven'twrittenfor so
. I hope this 6) helps/ishelping. Pleaselet me know how longbut sinceI stortedmy new job I'vebeen
i thingsturn out. Ifyou needanythingelse,pleasecall. very busyActuolly,I'mwritingbecouseI need
, Love, yourcdvice.We hovejustgot o puppyond I'm
r Mandv

+ l!:l 1 What isthe styleof the letter?Why?

2 What arethe suggestions (andreasons)
3 What advicewouldvou oiveto Fiona?

b. Readthe letter againand fill in the reasons.


Suggestion a Reason
checkclassified i
advertisements : lntroduction
contactan estate Dear+ your friend's first name
(Para1) What is the problem?Canyou help?

15 Usethe expressionsin the box to give advicein the
(Para2) What is your first suggestion?
What is the
followingsituations. reason?
(Para3) What is your secondsuggestion?'What is the
o Yourfrrendhaslosthis/herwalleVpurse
o Yourfriendwantsto go abroadfor the firsttime
r Yourfriendlosthis/heroassoort
'1 (Para4) How canJou encourage
your t'riend?
*i*: Love/Good luck, etc
.=r=F Haveyou everthoughtof .. / lf I wereyou
YourJirst name
A n o t h e rg o o di d e ai s / W h yd o n ' ty o u / T h e

b. Useyouranswers to writeyourletter.Youcan
usethe letterin Ex.14aasa model.

Earlyto Matchthe verbsin ColumnA to the words/
in Column B.Thenusethecompleted
to talkaboutyourdailyroutine.

Bed a a a A
my hair/myface
tdNc my teeth
wash tnebus
Vocabulary OTUSN to bed
aAt breakfasVlunch/dinner
Whatisthe problemwith
a. Lookat the pictures. cdL to work/school
eachperson? do my friends
watch TV/avideo
il tccL my homework

wakeupat.... First,lwash
I usually

4 Fillin the correctword.

. optimrstic
. ambitious . sensitive
. sociable
. cheerful
. easy-going . impatient
. reliable

1 W e n d yi s a l w a y s m i l i n gs;h e ' s u c ha
2 S a l l yn e v e rc o m p l a i nasb o u ta n y t h i n g5. h e i s v e r y

3 Tom is a very person He goes out

with friendsalmosteveryday
Laura Steve 4 Stevealwayslookson the bright side He is very
fron (an)earache.
5 YoucantrustTonyto do anythingHe is extremely
b. Whatdo youthinkeachperson
from the prompts.
6 CarolgetsupsetveryeasilyI think she is a bit too
o takento thedoctor. stayin bed
on . takeanaspirin
o putd plaster 7 G r e g w a n t s t o b e g e n e r a lm a n a g e ro f t h e
. liedownandrest o putdn ice-pack
on it compano y n ed a y H e ' sa v e r y. . man
8 J a n e tr s s o , 5 h e h a t e sw a i t i n g i n
lf Billy's betakento thedoctor.
heshould qu e u e s

2 Whatarethe followingusedfor?Usethe prompts

asin the example.
to makeup sentences,
Comolete with the correctwords
the sentences
. taketemperature. listento chestr weigh fromthe list.
. giveinjections
. hurtsr pain r bruise. aches. suffers. injury

1 T h e d o c t o rs a i dt h a t J o h n ' s was not

z I h i t m y h a n do n t h e d e s k l t r e a l l y
5 I havegot a tn my chest I think I
- -^t ^-
)Ldtc) stethoscope
shouldseea doctor
4 Sandra from hayfevereverysummer
5 My head Haveyou got anytablets?
6 A n d r e wh a da b i g p u r p l e o n h i sk n e e
afterhe fell off hisbike
Scales toweigh
areused ourselves.
6 Readthe sentences
andmatchthemwith the 5 A : I'vedecidedto stop drinkingcoffee
Thenguessthe hobbies. B : a Haveyou?Why?
b O hn o l
f tTl t lovewatchingthingsgrow . . c D i dy o u ?T h a t ' sg r e a t
ETI t feelgreatwhenl'mouton thewater
6 A O h n o ! T h ep h o t o c o p i ei sr b r o k e na g a i n !
[:Tl t buyallthe latestbestsellers
B a I d o n ' tb e l i e v iet l
lZT--]cettingout intonatureisveryrelaxing
b l t ' ss o u n f a i r !
[5T_-]I rarely
c W h a td i d I d o ?
ETI t lovetryingnewrecipes
7 A : We don't know what to get Ben for his
B : a O h ,f o r g e ti t !
b R e a l l y ?l s h e h a v i n ga p a r t y ?
c W h y d o n ' ty o u a s kh i sw i f e ?
8 A l ' v ej u s tb o u g h ta n e w c a r
B : a I don't believe it! | thoughtyouwerebrokel
b That'sa completewasteof timel
c R e a l l yW ? o u l dy o u l i k et h a t ?
o n. Thebosswantsto seeyou in hisoffice
B : a Thatsoundsinteresting
b lt'sa completewasteof time
c O h n o ! W h a td i d I d o ?

8 Completethe sentencesbelowwith two to five

words,includingthewordin bold.Donotchange
the meaningof theoriginal

I ate my lunchtoo fastand now l'vegot a stomach

indigestion l'm
because I ate my lunchtoo fast
A c c i d e n tj su s t s e e mt o h a p p e nt o h i m ,s o l ' m n o t
s u r p r i s ehde ' si n h o s p i t a l
prone He'sreally , so
l ' m n o t s u r p r i s ehde ' si n h o s p i t a l
W a t c h i n g d o c u m e n t a r i e sa b o u t e n d a n g e r e d
animalsalwaysmakesme feeisad
depressed I always
7 Circlethe correctresponse.
, watchdocumentaries about
A: Thisnew dietisamazing, l'velost5 kilosalready e n d a n g e r eadn i m a l s
B : a T h a t ' sg r e a t ! Slmonwas latefor work because therewasa train
b Are you? S I TK

c That'snot fairl account S i m o nw a sl a t e

2 A I t h i n k l ' m c o m i n gd o w nw i t h t h e f l u a t r a i ns t r i k e
A n n l i k e sc h o c o l a tae l o t
B : a T h a ts o u n d si n t e r e s t i n g
fond Ann
b Really? Haveyou got a temperature?
c I d o n ' tk n o ww h a tt o d o l chocolate
He did not intendto leavebeforehe finishedthe
3 A : I would loveto livein Alaska
B : a R e a l l yW
? hy?
intention He
b I d o n ' tu n d e r s t a n! d
beforehe finishedthe report
c That'sgood
Y o us h o u l ds t o ps m o k i n g
4 A: You misseda greatpartylastnight give You
B : a W h a t m a k e sy o ut h i n kt h a t ? smoKrng
b W h a t h a p p e n ende x t ? S t a nd i d n ' td o w h a t h e h a dp r o m i s eido d o
c R e a l l yT?e l m
l e a l la b o u ti t went Stan

9 Matchthe following,thencomplete
the sentences.
A : H a v ev o u e v e re x o e r i e n c eads i m i l asr i t u a t i o n ?
muscle SICKneSS B : 4)
nose parn A : W h a td i d y o u d o ?
travel h^-,1.-h^
I tcouoLt tc B : ),
heart porsonrng
splitting bleed b. In pairs,
actout similar for the
sore ,.1;-^--^
high th roat
food temperalure

He was very worried about taking the ferry to

Francebecause he alwavssuffersfrom
o n b o a t sa n dp l a n e s
2 Thedoctorsaidmv dadwas at riskof
s o h e s h o u l de a t a
healthierdiet and get moreexercise
You havegot a very
Youshouldstayin bedtoday
After overdoingit at the gym,Stevewas suffering
i n h i sl o w e rb a c k
Zoehad a reallybad caseof
. aftereatingthat seafood
M a r t i nw a s h i t i n t h e f a c eb y a t e n n i sb a l l L u c k i l y
h e w a s n ' ts e r i o u s hl yu r t b u t h e h a da s l i g h t

7 | didn'tgo to work yesterday because I hada really

, . . and had lostmy voice
8 Fredwants us to turn the musicdown because
he'sgota .. ...

'!0 a. Lookat the pictureandcomplete
the dialogue.


11 a. Lookat the picture.Wheredo youthinkthe

youngboyis?Whatiswrongwith him?Read
the articleto findout.

b. Readthe articleagain.Sevensentences have

A: W h e r e ' tsh e w o m a n ?
beenremoved fromthe article.Choosefrom
B: S h es e e m s1 )
the sentencesA-l the onewhichbestfitseach
A: What'swrongwith her?
gap 1-7.Thereisonesentence whichyoudo
B: I ' m n o t s u r e S h ec o u l d2 )
not needto use.Thereisan example(0)at the
A: What advicewouldyou giveher?

Becausehe was so young, the doctors

decidedthat Timothy should be given
the implant as soon as possible.

"I have to admit, I was very worried,"

Cut Loud saysSandra, "but only hours after he

came out of theatre, he was playing
with the other children on the ward
Timothy Stevenshas lived most of his and I knew he was going to be fine! I
,rJein a silent world. Until sir months couldn't wait to find out whether or
ago, he had never heard his mother's not the operation had been
-,oice, never successful."
listened to music and
never heard the sound of birds singing The moment of truth came on
rr the laughter of his pla5.nnates. Timothy's third birthday, when the
t t - H i s m o t h e r .S a n d r a , children and that they always think doctors switchedon the implant for the
| | knew
-hat something was wrong with her the worst," she smiles. "I knew I was very first time. Timothy played with
babyson,becausehe did not have the dght about Tim, but it took almost toys in the doctor's surgery while a
:ame reactions as other babies. "If I two years before the doctors would speech therapist played different
iidn't look into Tim's eyes,he didn't agreewith me." sounds and checked his reactions.
"{ :eem to know I was there," she says. However, even Sandra had not When Sandra said, "Hello Timothy,"
\l'hen he was eight months old, imagined that Timothy's condition and he Iooked into her eyes,she cried
Sandratook Timothy to the hospital could be as seriousas it was. tearsof happiness.
:nd explained why she was worried. Ir | | D o c l o r st o l d S a n d r at h a t T i m o t h-y i-s n" o'w e n j o y i n ga l i t e f u l l o f
The doctors carried out hearing tests there was no chancethat his hearing s o u n d .l 6 | lHeisalsoarrending
.nd decided that Timothy must be a would ever improve. the local nursery school where he
_ ' . i l e D a c K \ ^ al rr d .| , Sandrawas shockedto learn that the likes nothing more than to make as
Sandra insisted that the hospital only hope for Timothy was to have a much noise as possible as he plays
ihould send Timothy to a specialist bionic implant. with his friends.
,rlr rtore tests.Unfortunately, it was a The electrodeswould send Timothy celebrated his fourth
-rng time before a specialistwould electric signals to his brain, which birthday last week.
.ee him. Finally, when he was almost would allow him to hear them as E--T---t ,,--
' H e i sd r i v i n g
'ti |7 | | m e m a dw i r h
.,:,:. l.o years old, Timothy and his sounds.
a::: the noise he makes," Iaughs Sandra,
nother went to a children's hospital "and that's something I never
The implant would not allow Timothy
-'t: .r Manchester where the staff had imagined I would complain about!
to hear perfectly,but it would be the
:1enty of experiencein dealing with For me, though, the greatestgift of all
only way for him to ever have a
:;af children. is to hear my son talking and to know
F ---r--r
- |
chance of overcoming his deafness.
| A t l a s t "s o m e o n eb e l i e v e dh e r After checking that there was no that he can hear me when I soeak to
',-,hen him."
she told them that her son was serious risk involved, Sandra put
ieaf. "Doctors often think that Timothy's name on the waiting list for
nothers worry too much about their
'.',..,,r&--4., .tr...,.rb,- .....','.?!...:"t"t':"t9ttk7s...:,.,:u,,..,

He has alreadylearntseveralwords and phrases Threemonthsbeforehis thrrd birthday,he went

w h i c ha l l o wh i mt o c o m m u n i c a w t ei t h h i sm o t h e r i n t o h o s p i t atl o h a v et h e o p e r a t i o nt h a t w o u l d
H i s p r e s e n t si n c l u d e d a v a r i e t y o f m u s i c a l c h a n g eh i sl i f e
i n s t r u m e nw t sh i c hh e l o v e st o p l a yw i t h H Timothywas borndeaf
Sandrawas relievedto find peoplewho would I T h i sw o u l d m e a n h a v i n ga n o p e r a t i o nt o p u t a
l i s t e nt o h e r specralreceiver in Timothy'shead,with electrodes i
D A full examination s h o w e d t h a t T i m o t h yw a s connected to the nervesin hisears
completely deaf
However, Sandraknewthat the problemwas more Answerthe questions.
s e r i o utsh a nt h a t
T i m o t h yi so n l ya b l et o c o m m u n i c a tbey u s i n gs i g n 1 W h e r ec o u l dy o u r e a ds u c ha n a r t i c l e ?
language 2 What do you thinkthe writer'spurposewas? I
3 C a ny o us u g g e sat n a l t e r n a t i vt ei t l ef o r t h e a r t i c l e ?
lictoninn Writing
12 You are going to listento a radiointerview
about robot surgeons.Forquestions1-7,mark the
sentencesas f (true)or F(false). 4'1're
:\ :r u

1 T h e r ea r er o b o ts u r g e o nisn a l l h o s p i t a l s
2 Doctorsoperateby remotecontrol Whenwe write a note we usuallyusea veryinformalstyle
3 C o m p u t e rcsa r r yo u Lv e r yo ' e c i s e and write in very short or incompletesentencesWe do
movements not alwaysuse definiteor indefinrtearticlesWhen we
4 Therobotslook likecranes write an e-mailwe usethe form of a letter We usuallyuse
an informalstylein personal e-mailsand a formalstylefor
5 A camera t a k e sp h o t o g r a p hosf t h e
patient b u s i n e ses- m a i l sW e u s u a l luy s em e m o si n c o m p a n i easn d
6 R o b o t cs a r r yo u t a l l k i n d so f o p e r a t i o n s officesto passon informationto employeesWe use a
7 Doctorswill haveto learnmanynew formal,factualstyle
r nIn g s

C o m m u n i c a t i volna:k i nagn . Analysing

M odelTexts
a p p o rn l me n t
Lookat the piecesof writing1-3.Whichis
1 3 a. phrases,
Fillin the missing thenin pairs,
read 14
a) a memo?b) an e-mail?c) a note?
thedialogue aloud.
. What's yournameandadoress,please
. Please letusknowif youdecide
to cancel , .., , , "' i*gdrezibti?t ).,"Stiqnt*t - j$,rp*rr*:*
. Bookmein forWednesday
. l'd liketo makeanappointment e Ta; ##'.i# inr$.-.nie"t-.
S err:

Dear Sally,
Thanks for inviting us to your party
loS ueeke'o, we boll- tacl o g'ot r'm-.
I'm including the photos we took in an
attactment. There's a great one of you and
Jim in front of the pool.
. L - t^9
v v .- l. - | ov a p a L tLtr f a r t ; , ^ a V tc n
! i r | r h r rt u- d y

next month and we'd love it if you could

come. I'11 let you know the details later.

Take care,
Receptionist: Hello CentralClinic Can I he p you? Sharon
Patient:Yes,1) to see
D r E v a n sp,l e a s e
Receptionist:Wednesday at 10amisthe firstappointment
available Otherwise, thereisnextMondayat noon V)
Patient:fhesoonerthe better,please2)
i f t h i si sp o s s i b l e
Receptionist:3) $ill
Patient: MaggieSmith;42 KnowleAvenue llt, / ot c\ner\avrt\ dackre,backb5 11rtr
Receptionist: Right Seeyou on Wednesday, at 1Oam
4) the ,/ drnnef S \\ t\e ove\
Patient: I will Thankyou verymuch
/dont forgetto feed cat

b. Now usethe promptsto act out similardialogues.

o Dr Barret/ Tuesday4pm - nextFriday

. Dr Sandford 2pm- nextWednesday
/ Thursday 1l am

. Discuss
& Write
17 a. Readtherubric

To: All Employees

From: Arthur Jones, asst mgr
Date: 15 February, 2...
Subject: Use of mobile phones in the office

o Please be advised that all employees with

mobile phones are required to keep them
turned off during working hours.
o If you need to be contacted while at work,
you can be reached through the main
switchboardon 726742I.
o This number is to be used for emergencies
We appreciateyour co-operation in this matter.



. Style

1 5 a. Matchthestyleof writingto thepieces

writingin Ex.14. :!: Thecompanywhereyou work is havinga retirement
i partyfor the VicePresident of the company.Theparty
A incomplete sentences,
will be heldat the RoyalHotel.Youhavebeenput in
B informationgivenin an officeor business
setting; : chargeof organising the party.
" Write a memo to all staffmembers informingthem
C informal,chatty
of the time, date and locationof the partyand
tellingthem that food and drinkswill be served.
b. Readthe note to the secretaryand rewrite it in
Also, informthem that they can make a small
the styleof an officememo.
contributionto the Vice President'sretirement
present andthattheyshouldgivethe moneyto you
or yoursecretary.
t tellDeyt ugre about
Mondal1am o Writea noteto yoursecretary, tellinghim/herthat
o allmvcta.ltendandbe onfime you'rein a meetingand reminding him/herto call
. ooffee anddouglnvt9eewed the catering company andarrange a meetingwith
fhanks, themfor the nextdayat 11am.
Mr Jaoobg o Write an e-mailto your superviso;who is on
holiday, andlet him/herknowaboutthe party.
16 Rewrite
ina noteform.
1 Whoareyouwriting to?
D e a rP a t r i c i a , 2 Whatstylewillyouusefor eachpieceof writing?
l ' m g o i n gt o t h e c i n e m aw i t h S h e i l aI b o r r o w e d
redscarf l'veleft the carkeysin the firstdrawerof your Whatinformationwillyouneedto include
in each
d e s ki n c a s ey o u n e e dt h e m J a m e sc a l l e dH e s a i dh e
of writing?
m i g h t c o m e b y H e ' l lc a l l b a c kl a t e r l f y o u ' r eh u n g r y
$ there are chickensandwiches in the fridge I won't be Writethe memo,noteande-mailusingthe
late- around10 o'clockat the latest information
in Ex.17a,aswellasyourown

Safe A : I r e a l l yl i k et h a t s o n g l
B : 5 od o I l ' l l theradio

thanSorcy A: l'veneveruseda laptopcomputerbefore

B : O h , i t ' s e a s yJ u s t
way you do with your regularPC
the same

3 Crossout the oddword(s)in eachgroup.Then,use

the remainingwordsto makeup sentences
describingeachobject,asin the example.

Vocabulary 1 cooker: oven- rlngs- knobs- jd{

7 rnmnrrtar morqtr- Screen - femotecontfol-
Lookat the pictures.Whichof thesedo you have Key0oar0
in yourkitchen?Whatdo you useeachof the 3 iron: p l u g- c o r d- t e m p e r a t u rceo n t r o-l
objectsfor? door
4 camera: lens- cover- shutter- tray
5 kettle: l i d- h a n d l e- s p o u t- a e r i a l
6 refrioerator:door- shelves - screens - drawers
7 blender: - -
switch lid blades light -

A cookerhasgotan oven,ringson topandknobsthatare

usedto controltemperature.

4 Readthe sentences and identifythe type of crime

as in the example.

1 S h e c o p i e ds o m e o n ee l s e ' ss i g n a t u r eo n t o t h e
cheque {{*rqeryJ
T h e a r m e dm e n s t o r m e di n t o t h e b a n ka n d t r i e d
to steala largeamountof money
The customsofficer calledthe police after he
f o u n d a b a g o f d i a m o n d si n t h e m a n ' sl u g g a g e

T h e yh e l dt h e p i l o ta t g u n p o i nat n do r d e r e dh i mt o
fly to the locationtheywanted
H e t h r e w a l i t m a t c ht h r o u g ht h e w i n d o w a n d
1- A A blenderis usedto blend/mixfood. then ran off
Themanwas caughttryingto stealtwo CD-ROMs
2 Usethe phrasalverbsto completethe exchanges,
asin the example. Whenwe got home,we were horrifiedto find the
r t u r no n . t u r nd o w n . t u r no f f . t u r n u p window brokenand all our valuables tolen
. p l u gi n . l o go n . l o g o f f
8 Theydemandedmoneyfor the safereturnof the
1 A: I can'tconcentrateTheTV istoo loud twochildren
B: All right,l'll fui'rit d*n'r

2 A : D i dy o u h e a ra b o u tt h e h i j a c k i n g ? Complete usingthe wordsbelow.

the sentences
B: No Let's the radio
o automatically. fingerprints r satellite
. preserve
3 A: Why isn'tthe toasterworking? . proof . fined . privacy
B : O h ,s i l l ym e ! | f o r g o tt o it
the policetake your
1 When you get arrested,
4 A : I t h i n k l ' l l s t a yu p a n d w a t c h t h e e n d o f t h i s . and keepthem on file
film 2 H ew a s f 2 O 0f o r p a r k i n gi l l e g a l l y
B: OK Don't forget to all the 3 I t i s a p o l i c e m a nj 'osb t o lawand
lightsbeforeyou go to bed order
5 A: Hurry up We're supposedto be there at 7 4 Someoeonlethinkthat hiddencameras
o'clock! our
B : O K J u s tg i v em e a m t n u t et o 5 Whenyou usean ATM,your bankaccountis
the lnternet updated
6 Theyhadto let the suspectgo because
they could 4 Lastsummerwas so hot that we decidedto nave
find no that he had committed a i r c o n d i t i o n i npgu t i n
thecrime installed We had
7 We can now get up-to-the-minute
newsfrom lastsummerbecause it was so hot
aroundtheworldvia 5 The escapedprisonersjumped onto a bus and
madethe drivertakethem acrossthe border
hijacked The
6 Complete
the headlines
usingthe wordsbelow.
busto get across the border
. charged. robbed. accused
. sentenced 6 Car rentalcompaniescan use specialtechnology
o < tt q n o r t < . r h o : t a . l to find out wheretheircarsare
locate C a rr e n t acl o m p a n i ecsa n
t h e i rc a r s
Supermarket bandit
@4r: t4
b*& 't ?.?e?.?a i*&.:r%w
8 Circlethe correctresponse.
u4.8p1'@ W.{.,'tqp

A : W h e r ed i dt h e a c c i d e nht a p p e n ?
B: a lt'sdifficultto say
Pofiticlan's son b About fifteenminutesago
*I I I I I r | | f
I t: f rt: I
c A t E l ma n d D i x o n

W6qry;:r 7*71*,1:;t!f;1,::::,:y: A : C a ny o u t e l l m e h o w t o g e t t o t h e M c l a u g h l i n
B : a l ' m g o l n gn o w
ilpl0yee ....*r........*......Of afSOn. b Sorry?Canyou repeatthat?
c l ' m s o r r yt,h e l i n ei se n g a g e d
f {':::"r 3:i;::"
i:-::::: :Ti^i-,::',-"
* A: Didyou likethe outfit I wore yesterday?
B : a T h a t ' sa n i n t e r e s t i nqgu e s t i o n
$Ql$hbaur b Let me see
ltarn8ll rtrr.lttlrrrl ""*
stoaltnghef car'
e c To be honest,I can'treallyrememberit
;'"*.*" "*"*"*- *-'i-i^'
-7:K;kg"ry A : H e l l oc, a nI s p e a kt o J e n n yp l e a s e ?
B : a W o u l dy o u l i k et o l e a v ea m e s s a g e ?
b l'm sorry,you must havedialledthe wrong
l g u t h t ! . r " " ' r * number
c Thankyou for waiting

A: What'sSarah's sister's
B: a lcan'trememberl
dryllghl. b I d o n ' tt h i n ks o
c W h a td o y o u m e a n ?

A : H o wc o u l dy o u l o s et h e t i c k e t s !
Completeeachof the sentences with two to five B : a W h a t ' st h e p r o b l e m ?
words, includingthe word in bold. Do not change b l t w a s n ' tm e ! | g a v et h e mt o S a m !
t h e m e a n i n go f t h e o r i g i n asl e n t e n c e . c l ' l lt h i n ko f i t i n a m i n u t e

A: What can I do for you?

1 L a s tn i g h ts o m e o n e h i t h e ro v e rt h e h e a da n ds t o l e B: a I want to reporta robbery
h e rh a n d b a g b Can I take a message?
mugged She l a s tn i g h t c Okay l'vedonethat
2 P e t e cr o p i e dt h e P i c a s saon ds o l di t a sa n o r i g i n a l
forged Peter 8 A : D i da n y o n ew i t n e s st h e b u r g l a r y ?
v B: a No,that'snot what I mean
't0 a n ds o l di t a sa n o r i g i n a l
3 The policegot a descriptionof the thief from b l ' l lt h i n ko f i t i n a m i n u t e .
someonewho saw him escape c I d o n ' tt h i n ks o
witness Thepolicegot a description of the thief
. hj;n o<r:no

in the two columns.
Matchthe words/phrases A : W h e r ed o y o ut h i n kt h e p i c t u r ew a st a k e n ?
Then,usethemto complete below.
the sentences B : I t h i n k1 )
A : C a ny o u d e s c r i bteh e p i c t u r e ?
o n c er n a n ds o u n d B : I cansee2)
to make inmind
clean a o l u em o o n A W h a td o y o ut h i n kt h e w o m a nb o u g h t ?
koon a n dt i d y B : S h em i g h t3 )
safe mattersworse A H o wi ss h ep a y i n g ?
B : 4)
1 I d i d n ' th a v ee n o u g hm o n e yt o p a yf o r l u n c h a
, nd
A H o wo f t e nd o y o u g o s h o p p i n g ?
I had forgotten
B s)
my creditcard
A Where?
2 We hardlyevergo to the cinemaWe go
B b)

3 Themissingboywas found
A Howdo youpay?
. t o h i sP a r e n t s
a n dr e t u r n e d
B 7)
W h i l ey o ua r ed r i v i n g ,
that you are beingwatchedby CCTVcamerason
b . Lookat the pictures
andactout similar
the motorway
Carolisveryneat Herhomeis always

10 Tickthe correctpreposition,
usingthe phrases,asin the example.

of about to for

awareof thefactthatshehada degree

I rY

Speaking 12a Whichare the three most importantfactorswe

shouldconsiderwhen buyinga car?Choose,
11 a. Lookat the picture thedialogue.
andcomplete then compareyour list to your partner's.

It should:
o b e e c o n o m i c taol r u n
I b e e n v i r o n m e n t aflrliye n d l y
o be fast
a be efficient
a b e c h e a pt o b u y
o havea powerfulengine
o havelotsof accessories
I r u no n p e t r o l

0 . Lookat the title of the article.What couldthe

articlebe about?Readand checkyour answers.

'13 Read
thearticle Forquestions
again. 1-7,choose
A, B,Cor D.

1 Car manufacturersare trying to invent a new

',a:#w#qr* vehiclebecause
A today'scarsproducetoo muchpoisonous
B it is difficultto drivein cities.

C today'scarsusetoo muchfuel
D t h e c a ri n d u s t r iys i n t r o u b l e

Vehicleswhich ran on electricmotors

Many of the world's cities lie under a permanent A movedveryfast
blanket of smog. People are conceffled about global B were madeof piecesof scrap
rvarming,and fuel pricesjust keep going up and up. It's no C were not verypopular
surprisetherefore, that in recent years,car manufacturers D h a dt o h a v et h e i re n g i n e rse p l a c e d .
have been put under pressure to invent a vehicle that is
The electricmotor in hybridcars
both cheaper to run and better for the environment.
Finally, after much trial and error, it seemsas though they A doesn'tneedto recharge its batteries
might be making progress, and the future of the car B hasits own petrolengine
industry is beginning to look a little 'greener'. C takesa longtime to be recharged.
One of the first ideas which car manufacturerstried, D needsreplacement energypacks
rvas to replace engines which run on fossil fuels with
The computerin a hybridcar
electric motors. Unfortunately, these vehicles had several
drawbacks and they didn't sell very well. The problems A p o w e r st h e e n g i n e
were that the batteries of these electric cars ran out very B h e l p st h e c a rt o g o u p h i l l s
quickly and took a long time to recharge. Also, the C keepsthe carrunningat a steadyspeed
replacementenergypackswere very expensive. D decideshow the carshouldbe poweredat any
However, the idea of electric cars has not been g r v e nt i m e
scrappedaltogether.Car manufacturershave improved the
concept so that environmentally friendly cars can now be Hybridcarsare better for the planetbecause
efficient and economical as well. This is where the hybrid A they usedifferentfuelto normalcars
car, which has both an electric motor and a traditional B they are madeof specialmaterials
petrol engine,comesin. The electric motor never needsto C t h e e l e c t r im
c o t o ri ss m a l l etrh a na n o r m a l
be recharged and it is much better for the planet than a engrne
traditionalcar. D they producelessharmfulgases
In a hybrid car, the engine is controlled by a computer
which determines whether the car runs on petrol, Hybridcarsare not the idealsolutionbecause
electricity; or both. When the car needs maximum power, A they producecarbonfibre
for example,if it is acceleratingor climbing a steep hill, it B they do not makethe roadscleaner.
uses all of its resources,whereas at steady speedsit runs C they alsousepetrol.
only on petro'I.When slowing down or braking, the electric D t h e ya r em a d ef r o ma l u m i n i u m
motor recharges its batteries.
Hybrid cars are better for the environment because 7 Carswhich run on hydrogenare not available
the electric motor can help out whenever it is needed and yet because
they have a much smaller engine than a traditional car. A it is hardto drivethem in the rightdirection.
Also, hybrid cars on the market are made using materials B it is difficultto storehydrogen
such as aluminium and carbon fibre, which makes them C they producetoo muchwatervapour
extremely light. Both of these factors mean that they use D thereis no futurefor them
far less petrol than normal cars, so they produce less
Of course,hybrid cars aren't perfect; they still run on thequestions.
14 Answer
fossil fuel and so pollute the environment to some extent.
However, they may be the first step along the road to a What was the writer's nrrrnoseTWas he/she
cleaner, 'greener' cars. Car manufacturers are already successfu |?
working on vehicles which run on hydrogen. The only C a ny o u n a m ea n ye n v i r o n m e n t aflrliye n d l ym e a n s
emissionfrom these cars is harmlesswater vapour. These of transport? Whichdo you use?
are still some way in the future, though, as designersneed I n p a i r s ,t h i n k o f a n e w e n v i r o n m e n t afl rl yi e n d l y
to think of cheap and safeways of producing, transporting meansof transportDrawa pictureand preparean
and storing hydrogen,but at last, it looks like we might be advertisement for it, statingits good points
headingin the right direction.

I ictpninn A : A n d t h e r e ' sq u i t ea b i t o f 3 ) In
i t l ' m s u r et h e o w n e rw i l l b e l o o k i n gf o r i t
Listento the conversation
betweenAdamand B : S o , y o u ' v es e a r c h e tdh e c o n t e n t sh, a v ey o u ,
Lisa.Forquestions 1-7,choose
the bestanswer, s ir ?
A,BorC. A : E r ,w e l l ,I h a d a q u i c kl o o k ,b u t I d i d n ' tt o u c h
a n y t h i n!g
Why doesn'tAdam like usingcomputers?
B: Ah,here'a s n a m e- o n t h e 4 )
A H ec u t sh i m s e l f
A : G r e a t D o y o u n e e dm e t o s i g na n y t h i n g ?
B H ed o e s n ' ut n d e r s t a nt d
B: Yes,you can signthis form And you'd better
C He alwaysdropsthem
leaveyour number,in casea rewardis offered
In the future, life will be easierbecause A : G o o di d e a !
A everything will be computerised
B p e o p l ew i l ls u r v i vw
e i t h o u tc o m p u t e ' s b . N o w u s et h e p r o m p t st o a c t o u t s i m i l a r
C p e o p l ew o n ' t n o t i c ec o m p u t e r s dialogues.

Adam thinks he won't get a job in the future

A he hasa negativeattitude
B i t w i l lt a k eh i my e a r st o u p g r a d eh i ss k i l l s
C h e w o n ' t b e a b l et o u s et h e n e wt e c h n o l o g y

Peoplewill be able to earn more money in the

future because b r i e f c a s-et h e s t a t i o n/ n o h a n d b a -g b u ss t o p/ n o
A theywill work fewerhours wallet/ palmtopcomputer/ identification / jewellery /
B t h e yw i l l b e a b l et o d o m o r et h a no n ej o b a t a n a m eo n a b u s i n e scsa r d n a m eo n a n e n v e l o n p
C c o m p u t e rws i l l d o t h e i rw o r k f o r t h e m
At thegarage
Televisions will be better in the future because
A t h e yw i l l b e m o r ef r i e n d l y 17 a. Putthe exchanges
in the correctordetthen,in
B theywill havebuttons pairs,
C theywill be controlledby voice

How doesAdam feel when he readsabout the

futu re?
A extremely
B veryhappy
(- trttarlv mi<arrhlo

Lisabelievesthat people
A w i l l c h a n g ei n t h e f u t u r e
B w i l l l e a r nn e ww a y so f d o i n gt h i n g s
C arescaredof the future

C o m m u n i c a t iHoann:d i n g A B
i n a mi ssi nigte m FTI c o o d m o r n i n gm a d a m a O h ,t h a t w o u l db e
W h a tc a nI d o f o r y o u ? great
1 6 a . F i llinth eg a p s ET--lot courseWhat'sthe O h ,l w i l l
with drive*
problem? Goodbye!
ETI umr you're
Yes, WonderfulThanks
rightl'lljustpumpthem everso much
Then,in pairs,
up foryou I t h i n kt h e ym a y
readthe dialogue
FTI th"ru youare You're needa bit moreair
readyto go i nt h e m
ETI oon'tmention it! Drive C o u l dy o u c h e c k
A: Good evening, officer I just found this
! tho trrroc nlo:co7
1) o n t h e p a v e m e not u t s i d e
the cafe
to actouta similar
Ah Let'shavea l o o k i n s i d eO h d e a r T h e r e ' s
n o t h i n gw i t h t h e person'sname and address, a checktheoil/ mightneedchanging
/ change
not evena 2) foryou

\vAv/ rr ii tLi n| n
tg b. Rewritethe pointsin Ex.19ain a paragraph,
.a G..Sll
--.i -.".'.\:

Wewrite instructions, we usethe imperative form 20 a. Lookat the instructions

for takinga picture
i t h e v e r ba n d w e u s u a l l yl e a v eo u t a r t i c l e sT h e p o i n t s with a digitalcamera
andfill in the verbs.
rust alwaysbe written ln the correctorderone afterthe :
o Download. Hold . press
(X2) . Lineup
:ther We can use numbers or bullets before each r
. Look. Wait
lstruction We usuallyuse linkingwords/phrases (first,
:fter that, then, next,finallyetc)to organise the pointsor :
: - o w t h e o r d e ro f e v e n t s

8 Lookat theinstructions
wordsthentryandguess whattheobjectis.
o allow o first r when r then

To chargebattery:
1 i n s e r ct h a r g epr l u gi n t o b a s ew i t h
2 p l u g c h a r g i n gu n i t j n t o a p o w e r 1
socket z
it to chargefor 6-8 hours(youcan 3 button halfwaywhen
u s ei t w h i l ei t i sc h a r g i n g )
f u l l yc h a r g e di ,t w i l l p r o v i d eu p t o s h u t t e ra l l t h e w a y w h e n t h e
1 0 0 h o u r ss t a n d b yo r 5 h o u r st a l k i n g
5 thecamera s t i l lu n t i li t b e e p s
19 a. Thefollowing
howto 6 u n t i l t h e l i g h t changesback to
machine). order. t h e i m a g ef r o mt h e c a m e r a

b. Lookat the instructionsfor downloadinga

pictureonto a computer.Make the sentences
shorte4then put the pointsinto the correct

I Yo, haveto select'download'

f Sauethe picturein a file
I Vo, must clickthe cameraicon on the computer
I Y o , m u s tt u r n o n t h e c o m p u t e r
I rh. screenwill ask you if you want a n o t h e r I Vo, mustconnectthe camerato the computer
I Wt.r"nthe 'menu,screenappears, choosethe option
cash, 21 a. Read
therubric thequestions.
I fn" nextscreenwill askyou how muchyou wanr to
withdfaw Youhavebeentakingphotography lessons.
I P u ty o u rc a r di n t ot h e m a c h i n e teacherhasaskedyouto writeinstructions
on howto
I r f , u m a c h i n ew i l l g r v e y o u y o u r m o n e y a n d a takethe perfectpicture.
withdrawalslipshowinga recordof yourtransactron.
! Press the arrowkeyon the sideof the screennexrro 1 What adverbswill you useto put the instructions
t h e a m o u n ty o u n e e d inorder?
t U O "i n y o u rp e r s o n ai dl e n t i f i c a t i onnu m b e (r p l N ) 2 W h a tv e r bt e n s e w
s i l ly o u u s e ?
I C h o o r "' N o ' a n d t h e s c r e e n w i l l t e l ly o u t o t a k ey o u r
b. Write the instructionsin 40-80words.
"'"etitt8'11"a*.4ta.r. :'v"4t:::*,6.,,ttu?.,f*t*qr,t
,.*r76rr.,.%,.1i.,?:,.*.a..,,,.,, .*'

Penny b. Wherecan you buy eachof theseitems?What
canyou do with eachof theseitems?

Foolish 3
Pound Crossout the odd word. Which group of goodsdo
the restof the words belongto?

t hammer,screwdriver, n@d{t, Oritt hardware

2 table,book,chair,dresser
3 r i n g ,e a r r i n g sn,e c k l a c e
d ,r e s s
\/^--1,-.' 'l-r', 4 screwdriver, bread,meat,pasta
v u L d t _ . / ut o t y
5 washingpowder,bleach,flowers,
a. ldentifythe shopsin the pictures.
Wherewould furniture polish
youexpectto hearthe following? 6 towel,deodorant,shampoo,
o lstherea bracelet
to match?
7 pen,envelopes, paper,ribbons
. Twoloaves of rye,please
8 j u m p e ru, m b r e l l ac,o a t ,s h i r t
. Haveyougotthisin a large?
9 lipstick,CD player,cooker,fridge
. CanI tryontheotherone?
. Couldyoucutit intoportions,please?
. Doyoudeliver? 4 with the correctword
Completethe sentences
. from the list.
Aretheframes in theprice?
. delightedo conservative . dedicated. bear
. w o v e n . b u d g e t . i m p o r t e d. a m b i t i o u s
. s e n t i m e n t a. l g e n u i n e l y

1 Unfortunately, I can't afford it becausel'm on a

2 Thisring might not be expensive, but it's of great
, , v a l u et o m e
3 He'sdeterminedto succeedbecausehe's a very
, man
4 Tonyis really to hiscareer
5 Please i n m i n dt h a t t h e s h o p sw i l l
b e c l o s e do n S u n d a y
6 S a l l yw a s w i t h t h e b o u q u e to f
7 Anita was surprisedwhen she
won firstprize
8 He boughta colourful rug at the
9 He'sa very personwho doesn't
l i k en e w i d e a sa t a l l
1 0 S h ec o u l d n ' tf i n d w h a t s h e w a n t e dh e r e ,s o s h e
b. Whatcanyoubuyin h a dt o h a v ei t s p e c i a l l y
5 Replacethe adjectivesin bold with their opposites.

. modern . expensive. boring . local . fresh

2 a. Fillin the missing
lettersto form
. cool . fantastic. tight
compound nouns,asin theexample.
6 I comPuter 1 Thatwas one of the most interestingfilmsI have
,w'ssti!ng everseen
m a c hr n e I 004r0
: h i. q-h -t . / 00rt|e0
2 We got a very warm welcomewhen we finally
milk arrived
llow- mineral
spray R norcnn:l 3 This restaurantis great,if you like international
rh c ur S r n e
gel : laptop
scarf 9 , pierced 4 | t h i n kh e rn e w d r e s sl o o k sd r e a d f u l
4 S e 5 Shealwaysbuyscheapclothes
tre : 9!lP-:9ll
5 lce 10 ' linen 6 T h i sd i s h t a k e sh a l f a n h o u r t o c o o k i f y o u u s e
,, 5 frozenvegetables
roiler leather
7 Myhusband p r e f e ras n t i q u ef u r n i t u r e 5 A : W h i c hb l o u s ed o y o u t h i n k I the
8 My trousersaretoo loose r e do r t h e p i n ko n e ?
B: a I thinkthe redone looksbetteron you
6 a. Matchthe description
of the clothes
to the b Anyhow,pinkdoesn'tsuityou
6 A : F r a n k ' rse a l l yu p s e tw i t h m e , I s h o u l d n 'ht a v e
m short-sleeved, b e e ns o r u d et o h i m
yellowcotton B : a H o wa b o u ta s k i n gF r a n ka b o u ti t ?
dresswith b Y o us h o u l da p o l o g i steo h i m
w h i t ec o l l a r 7 A: Shall I make reservations at that new Thai
t b l a c ks u i t restau
t 5 t I checked shirt B : a Y o us h o u l dc a l lt h e r e s t a u r a nf itr s t
m t i g h tw h i t e b Troubleis,it'sa littleexpensive
TET-I stripedcotton 8 A: l'vedecidedto take Frenchlessons.
B : a l t h i n k t h a t ' sa g r e a ti d e a !
f;-f-- b Anyway,you aregood at languages
r v t I socks
l-T_l tra Iners
m ta2n< 9 Completethe sentences with two to five words,
i n c l u d i n gt h e w o r d si n b o l d .D o n o t c h a n g et h e
meaningof the originalsentence.

1 Janewill take careof the babywhilewe'reaway

after Jane
Yournew trouserslook great,they are exactlythe
r i g h ts i z e
glove Yournew trousers ..;
. they lookgreat
Thepoliceareinvestigating the case
l o o k i n g T h ep o l i c e
b. Talkabouteachperson's
. the case
A - George
a blueTshirt,
... I r e a l l ya p p r e c i a tael ly o u rh e l p
grateful l'm really
7 Writedownfiveitemsof clothingyouhavein a l ly o u rh e l p
yourwardrobeanddescribe them. I a s k e dC a r oal n ds h es a i dw e c o u l dw e a rj e a n sa n d
trainersto the party
8 Circlethe correctresponse. casual Carolsaidwe
. to the party
1 A: Do youthinkI should
get Marya CDfor her
J i mt o o k h i ss u i tt o t h e d r yc l e a n e r ' s
had Jim
a H o wa b o u tt h a t o n e ?
. at the dry cleaner's
b Y e sb
, u t m a k es u r ei t i s n ' to n es h e ' sa l r e a d y
got S h ec a nt h i n ka b o u tn o t h i n ge l s eb u t h e rc a r e e r
obsessed She .
2 A . Let'shavethe partytomorrownight
.. n e rc a r e e r
B : a Troubleis, most people will have made
I r e t u r n e dt h e b l o u s eb e c a u s et h e r e w a s a b i g
o t h e rp l a n sb y n o w
m a r ko n t h e b a c k
b I t h i n ky o us h o u l d
stain I took the blouseback to the shop
3 A T h es a l e s m asna i dI c o u l d n 'et x c h a n gteh e s h i r t because it on the back
you boughtfor me
9 The managerrefusedto giveme my moneyback,
B a Y o u s h o u l d g o b a c k a n d s p e a kt o t h e
eventhouqhthe mirrorwascracked
refund I couldn't
b How aboutwaitinguntiltomorrow?
for the crackedmirror
4 A'. I thought you wanted to go to the cinema 10 Mostwomenwear m?ke-upbecause theywant to
tonight look better
B: a Anyway,it doesn'tmatterto me e n h a n c e W o m e nu s u a l lw
y e a rm a k e - u p
b I d i d ,b u t t h e r ei s n ' ta n y t h i n g o o do n
Matchthe words/ohrases
in columnA to thosein 8 A f t e r t h e e a r t h q u a k ew, e h a d a n e n g i n e elro o k
columnB.Then,usethe phrasesto completethe t h e b u i l d i n gt o m a k es u r et h a t t h e r e
sentences. w a sn o s e r i o udsa m a g e

be off u n d e ry o u rh a t Speaking
lose h i ss h o e s
13 a. Lookat the picture
the dialogue.
n e i t h e hr e r e duty
off h i ss h i r t
be In n o rt h e r e
keepit the record

l f h e k e e p si n v e s t i n g a l l h i s m o n e yi n t h e s t o c k
m a r k e th, e ' sg o i n gt o
H e a g r e e dt o t h e i n t e r v i e w o n l y i f e v e r y t h i n hg e
s a i dw a s
l ' m a f r a i dP o l i c C
e o n s t a b lHearrison
rgnt now
I t h i n kM a r c i ai sg o i n gt o b e p r o m o t e db, u t n o o n e
I w o u i d n ' tw a n t t o A : W h a tcanyou seein the picture?
w h e n h i sf a t h e rf i n d so u t t h a t h e c r a s h etdh e c a r B: 1)
S h e h a s t o s n e n dm o r e [ i m e o n h e r h o m e w o r k A: W h a ta r et h e yd o i n g ?
Whethershewantsto or not, is B: 2)
A: W h a td o y o ut h i n kt h e yh a v eb e e nd o i n g ?
B: 3)
Tickthe correctpreposition,
thenmakesentences A : W h a tc o u l dt h e yh a v eb o u g h t ?
usingthe phrases, in
as theexample. B : 4)
A : How do they feel?Why?
B : s)
of to WIIN from tn A : What arethey goingio do next?
proud B : 6)
dedicated A : How often d o y o ug o s h o p p i n gW
? h ow i t h ?
object B : 7)
t a k ep r i d e b. Lookat the pictures
andin pairsactout similar
OCCUT dialogues.


12 Complete verbs.
1 | havepromised to look myneighbour's
c a tw h i l es h ei so n h o l i d a y
2 T h ep o l i c el e t h i m with a warning
3 They looked him becausehe wasn't
interested in poetry Reading
4 D o n ' tr e l yo n L a r r yh, e ' l lo n l yl e t y o u
5 Mary hireda privatedetectiveto look 14 a. Lookat thetitleof thearticle
on p. 43.What
h e rhu s b a n d 'dsi s a p p e a r a n c e do youexpectto readin it?
6 S h el e t , a l o u ds c r e a m w h e nt h e m o u s e
ran over her foot b. Lookat thestarsignsandin pairssuggest an
7 Mary had to let . h e rs k i r tb e c a u sseh e ' d gift for each.Readthe articleto see
g a i n e dw e i g h t if yourguesses
15 a. Readthe articleagain.Forquestions
1-14, want to be famous FI
choosefromthe starsignsA-F.Someof the do not appreciatefakejewellery Fl-l
starsignsmaybe chosenmorethanonce. do not likereceivinggiftsfor their
Whenmorethanoneansweris required, these nome toT_l
t - | |
maybe givenin anyorder. enjoykeepingin touchwith others FT|l
who werebornunderthisstarsign: liketo be secretive FIT-I
get boredveryquickly
areusuallyartistic ETI
wouldappreciatebeinggivena book
would liketo be giventickets F3T_-l
FI t2-fl
do notlikeoldthings FI b. Wherecouldyou readsuchan article?
mindwhatyougivethem FTI FTl agreewith the writer?
enjoyplayingwithnewmachines reTl
licteninn At the Bank

Youwill heara radiointerviewaboutcredit 18 a. Fillinthemissing phrases,

thenin pairs,
cards.Forquestions1-8, completethe noteswhich thedialogue aloud.
summarise whatthe speakerssay.Youwill needto oThat's fine.. That's
right.o Certainly,
writea wordor a shortphrasein eachbox. . Thank you,sir
A: l'd liketo depositthis chequeinto my savings
Peonleoften oet a lot of offers for credit cardsas soon as
:rrnrrnf nlo:<o
theyaref B : 1 )
It isa goodideato geta creditcardfrom Do you haveyourbankbookwith you?
m A : O h ,n o I d i d n ' tt h i n kI w o u l dn e e di t
Somepeopleapplyfor creditcardsbecause
theyare B: Well,do you havesomethingwith youraccount

m n u m b e ro n i t ?
A: Erm Let me see Oh yes,l'vegot a bank
D e l a y i ntgh e p a y m e not f c r e d i ct a r db i l l sm e a n st h a t y o u p a y
mininterest B: 2)
C r e d i ct o m p a n i em
s a k eF from Now,if you couldjust fill out this depositslip
p e o p l ew h o c a n ' ta f f o r dt o p a yt h e i rb i l s A : O K D o l s i g nh e r e ?
l h e ny o u d o n ' th a v ea n y
C r e d i ct a r d sa r eu s e f uw B: 3)
And haro'c r roraint
a r p d i t r : r d c h o l n v n r I t n n a v f n . e x n p r ^ s i v et h i . r n s o v e r a A : O h ,t h a n k s
B : 4 ) . . . . . ... .
ffi item
of every b. Now usethe promptsbelow to act out a similar
you buywith yourcreditcard dialogue.
: :: r.:,.'r r.:r. !i'::a1.r:11.i!i,::ir

. withdrawtwenty pounds/ forgottenbankbook/

fora formof photolD/ passport/ fill out withdrawalslip
Writinga firstperson
17 a. Fillin the gapswith: passport,information,pay
Then,in pairs,readthe
slip,opplicotion,licence. n ' 4
dialogue aloud.
- \\ "'
Customer: l'd liketo applyfor a creditcard,please WhenwEwritea firstperson
we beginwith an
BankClerkRight.l'll needsomedetailsbeforeI can process introductionto set the scenewith informationabout
y o u r1 ) . . . who/where/whenand why The main body has two or
C u s t o m e r : O h , l s eWeh a t d o y o u n e e d t, h e n ? more paragraphs describingthe eventsin chronological
BankClerk l'll needto seetwo differentformsof photo lD order The conclusiontellswhat happenedat the end of
Customer: OK l've got my driving2) and the story and includesfeelingsand comments We
mv 3) normallywritethe storyusingthe pasttensesand a variety
BankClerkfhat's fine l'lljust makea copyof them of adjectives
and adverbs to makeit moreinteresting
Customer: Do you needanyother4) . . .. .. . .?
BankClerk:Yes I needyour most recent5) ' Analysing
A ModelText
Customer: Oh, l've got that here
19 a. Readthestoryon p. 45 andunderline
BankClerk Great Well,yourcardshouldbe with us in about
ten days.We'llcallyou as soonas it arrives
CustomerThank you ' B e g i n n i n/gEsn d i n g s
b. Now usethe promptsbelow to act out similar
dialogues. b. Readthe storyagainanddecidewhich
techniqueshavebeenusedby the writerto
. a p p l yf o r a l o a n/ a f o r mo f l D a n da b a n k starVfinish
the story.
statement/ threemostrecentpayslips/ loan
o USI'rg the senses ... . .
shouldbe grantedin abouttwo weeks
. usingdirectspeech
. applyfor a secondmortgage/ a form of lD and . askinga rhetorical question
tax statement/ documentshowingproofof . addressing the readerdirectly. . . ..
ownershipof house/ mortgageshouldbe . referringto one'sfeelingsor moods
approvedin aboutfifteendays . d e s c r i b i npge o p l e 'rse a c t i o n s / f e e l i n.g.s. ...
Mr Lewiswas very relievedthat I had fornO f,ii:ii

fxptrri*r?*e briefcaseHiscreditcardsand personal
5 | gave it to my daughter.She said it was wnat
Have you ever been really she'dalwayswanted ano
embarrassed? Well, I have. It was
last week. I was at an expensive . Discuss
& Write
restaurant and I l) finished/had
just finisheda deliciousmealwith a
neu clientW . h i l em y g u e s rw a si n 22 Readthe newspaper articlebelow,thenput the
t h e F o y e rm a k i n g a n i m p o r r a n t sentences
that followin the correctorder.
phone call, I decided to pay the
bil. ;f,;

I 2) reached/wasreaching into t

itwasn,r,r,... &S*W"
: :,,;+..'
Llt my purse but it wasn'tin there either. I emptie-dmv
;rocketsonto the table,but I couldn't find mv cr'edircard
..nylyhere.I 4) didn't know/hadn'tknown whar tu do.
#tt fiNffH
a mistake
__lvhgnmy gxest returned,I rn'as checkingmy purseto see
.'I had enoughmoneyto pay rhebill in cash.Unfortunately,
of the jelvellery
- didn't evenhaveenoughfoi the taxi home.So,I wentto the LastSaturdayattemaon shop,was $o grateful
- )\,erto callmy boss.When he heardmy problem,he 5) had MrsSmithbaught a ilO whensherelumedtheril
oeenlaughing/laughedand told me to wair for a driver to silver bracelettot her fhat he gaveher a {5W
.flng me the companycreditcard. ilirce's birthday and gold bracelof.FIerniece,
A littie while later a driver 6) arrived/wasarriving at rhe walked away witha{5,WA JennyPotfer,
f saidit was
testaurantand gave me the card. "Thank you, sir. you've
.aled the day!"I saidgratefullyasI went ro pay rhebili. I,tl pair o{galrlandrlianand thebestpre$ent $hehad
il earilngs."The salcs gttl evethad!

. Adjectives
I fhe salesgirl madea mistake
Ll Themanagergavehera goldbraceletworth f 5OO
20 Fillin the missing
fromthe listbelow.
LJ MrsSmith'sniecehada wonderfulbirthdaypresent
. deliciouso urgent. embarrassing I Vrr Smithleftthe storewith a f 5,000pairof earrings
. best o expensive E V r r S m i t hw e n t t o t h e j e w e l l e rsyh o p .
I HrtoSmithreturnedthe earrings
1 My mosi . experience
waswhenI f Virr Smithboughta braceletworth f 1O
forgotto wearmy shoesandwentto workwith
myslrppersonI 23 a. Readtherubric
2 | hadt: 'ti"ri:i:orthe rirm
an plan.
|"uu: 1fYourlocalnewspaper isholdinga shortstory
That was the most mealI have q*
* competition
and you havedecidedto enter.yourstory
everhad.I wish I couldcookaswell asyou do
muststartwith thewords"Haveyoueverhada really
My husband b o u g h tm e a n pair wonderfulsurprise?"
of earringsfor my birthday
I t h i n k t h a t a o n e y e a rm e m b e r s h iapt t h a t n e w
g y m i st h e presentfor Angela

. Linkers (Para l) Who/Whatis the storyabout?Where/'Whn
d i d i t t a k ep l a c e ?

21 Jointhesentences
inbold. MainBody
(Paras2-3) What happened
Jirst/nextetc?What wasthe
My guestwas makinga phonecall I decidedto climax?
p a yt h e b i l l white Conclusion
H e h e a r dm y p r o b l e mH
. e l a u g h e da n dt o l d m e t o 'Whathappmed
lPara4) in the end?How did you
wait for him wnen Jeel?What dreyour commentsor reactions?
Luckily, the shopswere still open I took the bus
b. Writeyourstoryin 120-180words.
into town and went backto the shop so storyin Ex.19asa model.
YouAreWhat 2 a. Fillin the tablebelowto showhow thesefoods
canbe cooked. Then,askandanswer,asin the

youEat example.


a. Whatcanyouseein the picture?

the table. A: Howdoyoulikeyourchicken cookedT
B: lpreferit grilled.
A: Doyou?I don't.I preferroasted

b . Whatdo you liketo put on yourfood?Askand

answerasin the example.
. salt. pepper
o mustard
r ketchup
. oil . vinegar

A: I liketoputketchup
::' B: Metoo,butsometimes I Itkesaltandvineqar

3 Replacethe wordsin boldwith wordsfrombelow,

asin the example.
Somewordscanbe usedmore
. slice. jar . piece. cUp. 162fo packet
o tube r bottle
1 Can I havesomebread?aslice/lsaf
2 Wouldyou likesomecake? .
3 Do you haveany toothpaste?
4 Can I get you somecoffee?
5 Couldyouget somespaghettifromthe supermarket?

I thoughtwe hadsomecokein the fridge

7 D o w e n e e da n yj a m ?
8 W o u l dy o u l i k es o m ec h e e s ien y o u rs a n d w i c h ?

4 Completethe sentencesusingthe words below.

. a c c o m p a n i e.da l e r t . g u a r a n t e e. p e a k . f l e x i b l e
. boost . absorb. unprocessed o vital e stockup

1 lt is t o e a t a b a l a n c e dd i e t a n d
meat & poultry: exerciseregularlyif you want to stay fit and
dairyproducts: healthy
f i sh : 2 Benlikesto eat somethingsweetto
shellfish: hisenergylevelsin the lateafternoon
fruit: 3 A good review will that the

vegetables:cauliflower restaurant will be a success

o t h e r :. . . . . . . . . ... . . . 4 S h el i k e st o h a v ea c u p o f m i l k b ya
pieceof cakewhen shecomeshomefromschoor
b. Add threemorefoodsto eachcategory. 5 Make surethat you with enough
food for the trip betore you set sail
c. Howoften do you eatthesefoods? 6 lt's bestto exercise when yourenergylevelis at its

7 The body can certarnsugarsvery A: Goodafternoon.MayI takeyourorder?
quickly please.
B: Yes l'dlikethetortillachipsanddip,followed
. carbohydrates containedin fruit thespaghetti,
a n dg r a i n sa r ee s s e n t i taol a h e a l t h yd i e t A: Andwhatwouldyou likefordessert?
Some people drink coffee to help them sta, B: I thinkl'll try theicecreamsundae.

10 lf youwarmup beforeyouexercise,
yourmuscles b. Whichof thesefoods are:sweet?salty?sour?
willbemore bitter?spicy?creamy?juicy?

5 (1-9)to the Starters,

a. Matchthe pictures Main
6 Circlethe correctresponse.
andDesserts (A-l)in the menubelow.
Thenactout dialogues,
asin the example. 1 A : W e a r eg o i n gc a m p i n gi n t h e S o u t ho f F r a n c e
W o u l dy o u l i k et o j o i n u s ?
B : a T h a n k sf o r a s k i n gb, u t l ' m n o t v e r yk e e no n
b lt'sa greatway to get closerto nature
2 A. Hey, welcome back How was your trip to
B : a l t w a st e r r i b l yd i s a p p o i n t i n g
b I wouldn'twastemy time
3 A : M y s i s t e ri s c o m i n go v e r f o r d i n n e rt o n i g h t
W h y d o n ' ty o uj o i n u s ?
a I s u p p o sseo
b l ' d l o v et o , b u t l ' m a f r a i dI c a n ' t
4 A W h a t d i dy o ut h i n ko f t h e n e w B r a dP i t tf i l m ?
B : a You'vegot to seeitl
b l t ' sw e l lw o r t h a v i s i t l
5 A: We are all going out afterwork. Do you fancy
B : a N o ,I d o n ' tw a n t t o d o t h a t
b Why not?
6 A : We're thinkingof getting a microwaveoven
Do you think it'sworth it?
B : a You musttry it lt'sso easy
b lt'sgreatfor cookingmealsquickly.
7 A Are you goingto Tony'sNewYear'sEvepartyT
B : a I s u p p o sseo
b Sorry,I can'tremember
8 A: Why don't you comeoveron Sunday? you can
Starters h e l pm e c l e a no u t t h e a t t i c
B : a T h a n k sb, u t l ' d r a t h e rn o t
H dip b l'd loveto, thank you verymuchfor inviting
!+gi mel
I lClChef,ssaiad

7 Tickthe correctpreposition,then makesentences

MainCourse , usingthe phrases,as in the example.
I-Tp] Borosnese
f-fEl i::l:,1 steakwith andsarirc
bread , on to : from In for
riceandsreen rely
i-rFr >reak
with bakedpotato
beans {
and broccoli recover

Youcanrelyon mefor thehelpyou need.

1 He'sa professional chef, so preparingeverything
8 Completethe sentences with two to five words,
f o r t h e d i n n e rp a r t yw i l l b e for him
i n c l u d i n gt h e w o r d si n b o l d .D o n o t c h a n g et h e
m e a n i n go f t h e o r i g i n a sl e n t e n c e . Don't t e l l i n gy o u rp a r e n t tsh a t y o u
b r o k et h e w i n d o w ; t h e y a r e g o i n g t o f i n d o u t
sooneror later
I fell asleephalfwaythrough the film becauseit I don't know why my grandparents keepgoingon
w a ss o b o r i n g a b o u t. . I t h i n kl i f ei s a l o t e a s i e r
nodded Thefilmwasso boringthat now than it was 60 yearsago
halfwaythrough 4 T h e p o l i c ea r r i v e da n d s o o n h a d t h e s i t u a t i o n
2 | t h o u g h tT i n aw a sm a r r j e d
under lwas , 5 T h ec h i l d r e nwere a f t e rt h e i r l o n g
t h a t T i n aw a s m a r r i e d sreep
It is very importantto make sure that you are 6 H i s d o n a t i o ni s c o m p a r e dt o t h e
g e t t i n gt h e n e c e s s avr yi t a m i n a
s n d m i n e r a lw s hen amountthat is neededto feedthe poor
y o u a r eo n a 0 r e r 7 Whenthe lawyersawthat herclientwas not to be
vital M a k i n gs u r e y o u a r e g e t t i n gt h e t r u s t e ds, h ed r o p p e dh i m l i k e
n e c e s s a rvyi t a m i n sa n d m i n e r a l s 8 ..... . , n e m a n a g e ot o f i n i s h h i s n e w
, on a diet novel
A h e a l t h yd i e t a n d r e g u l a e r x e r c i s e l h e l py o u
v ; i l
stayfit and loseweight
accompanieA d h e a l t h yd i e t
. w i l l h e l py o u s t a y
f i t a n d l o s ew e i g h t a. Lookat the picture
Watch out f o r p i c k p o c k e twsh e n y o u u s e p u b l i c
alert Youshouldalwaysbe
whenyou use
6 T h e p h o n erangjust as I was about to leavethe
point lwas
t h e h o u s ew h e nt h e p h o n er a n g
7 Y o u rn e i g h b o u rasr e s o n o i s y !| d o n ' t k n o w h o w
you canlivehere
A : W h e r ed o y o ut h i n kt h e p i c t u r ew a st a k e n ?
put I d o n ' t k n o wh o w y o u c a n
B: 1)
, n o i s yn e i g h b o u r s
A : C a ny o u d e s c r i biet ?
R Tn ho : nnnd drricr vnrr shnrld rnn.pnl',r'e On
w h a t y o u a r ed o i n ga n d b e a b l et o r e a c tq u i c k l yi f
A : W h a td o y o ut h i n kt h e ya r ec e l e b r a t i n g ?
<nmaihinn , y r- n, a, -v .n.aYa i-E- - - r 0 n a p p e n S
B: 3)
reflexes You needfast
-^^-^^+"-+;^^ tO be a
A : W h a ta r et h e ye a t i n g ?
o) 9lcd L LUI lLEr rLro Lrur I
B: 4)
g o o dd r i v e r
A: How do you celebrate yourbirthday?
R. q\
9 . J ,

A: Whatfooddoyouusually
B: 6)
9 Matchthe words/phrasesin the two columns.
Then,usethe phrases
to complete the sentences.
b. Lookat the pictures
andin pairs,actout similar
the good vv rq LU
pur of cake
under a l lo d d s
o uruP beans
f u l lo f intheocean
a hot old days
ovqil r)L off

Reading A When Kathyleft schoollaterthat year,she
b e g a n a m o d e l l i n gc o u r s e U n f o r t u n a t e l y ,
1"1 a. Readthetitleof thearticle.
Whatdoyouexpectto readin this only made her problem worse
the article?
personlikelyto "Modelling w a s p o s s i b ltyh e w o r s t c a r e e rI
sufferfrom? c o u l d h a v e c h o s e n , "s h e a d m i t s " I w a s
b. Youaregoingto readanarticleabouta womannamed s u r r o u n d ebdy g i r l sw h o w e r ee v e nt h i n n e r
havebeenremoved fromthe article. t h a n m e ,a n d i t m a d em e f e e lt e r r i b l e"
Choose fromthe paragraphs
A-G the onewhichbestfits Kathywasstilllivingat homewith herfamily,
eachgap1-5.Thereisoneparagraph whichyoudo not so she found it difficultto go without food
needto use.Thereisanexample (0)at the beginning. lnstead,shewouldeat andthen makeherself
sickstraightafteru,rards"l realised
that it was
wrong," she says I didn't know what
Kathyis on a specialdiet. ShewCighs45kgand
her targetweight is 50kg.Very few peopletry anorexiaor bulimiawere,but I knewthat I had
to put on weight,but Kathy has a very good a problemThetroublewasI couldn'tstop"
She feelsthat magazinesnot only fail to
as anore&a. inform their readersabout how celebrities
s t a ys o f a s h i o n a b sl yl i mb u t a l s oa b o u tt h e
Kathy took thosewords to heart and begana diet which would last for
risksof excessive dieting " I want childrento
the next twenty years of her life. She quickly lost a lot of weight and
u n d e r s t a n dt h a t t h e i r h e a l t h i s m o r e
beganto look too thin. Her mother was very worried and took her to
seethe doctor. "In those days,anorexiawasnot taken seriously,"says important than trying to conform to a
Kathy. "The doctor just told me to go home and eat plenty of big c e r t a i ni m a g e , "s a i dK a t h y
dinners!" " A l l I e v e ra t e w a ss a l a da n d a p p l e s ,K
" athy
admits "l drankwaterand blackcoffeeand I
usedto run up and down the stairstryingto
burnoff the few calories I gained" But even
and soon her friends beganto ask her if shewas i11."I thought they
t h o u g hh e r b o n e ss h o w e dt h r o u g hh e rs k i n
werejealous of me for being so thin," she smilessadly,',butactually
and she was dangerouslyunderweight,
I looked awful."
Kathystillbelieved that shewasfat
she was twenty-three, Kathy married an engineer Kathy'sproblemsbeganwhen shewassixteen
Steven. They had two children, David, who is now twelve, and yearsold Shehad alwaysbeenconscious of
Christine,who is ten. "I ate normally while I was pregnant,"Kathy her figure,but had neverthoughtof dieting
says,'but as soon as the babieswere born, I started starvingmyself until one summer's day at schoolAs shesat
on a lowwallin the playgroundenjoying
an ice
creamfrom the schoolcanteen,a teacher
jokinglytold herthat shewouldget fat if she
Iife. It was about a young woman who had died of cancer. "I
suddenlyrealisedthat I had everythingI could ask for and I was atetoo manysweets
throwing it all away. While other people were fighting for their Thanksto the good adviceher doctorgave
her, Kathy was able to recoverfrom her
stoppedweighingherselfSoonshe had put
her that many teenagersseem to believe that it is attractive to be
on ten kilosandwas beginning to looklikea
dangerouslythin. The fascination with celebrities and their weight
h e a l t h hy u m a nb e i n ga g a i n .
is one issuethat she feels very strongly about. "I believe that there is
a link between media images and eating disorders.It makes me At that verymoment,Kathymadeup hermind
angry that the media only showsthe positive side of thinness." to get overher illnessShegaveup exercising,
Kathy and her family are relieved a bookabouther experiences. Shealsogavea
and happy that she has managed talk on eatingdisorders
at herchildren's
to overcome her problem and It wassucha successthat shewasinvitedto visit
now her main ambition is to
otherschools aroundthe country
prevent others from going
through the same nightmare. "I
am very lucky," she says. "A lot c. Readthe articleagain.What role did
l advertisingand careerplay in Kathy's
of people never recover from
'-J i obsessionwith her weight? What
g+ anorexia. Now, if I can savejust
one person from the horrors of advice would you give to those
a: eating disorders, it will make my sufferingfrom anorexia?
experienceseem worthwhile. "
Listening b . Now usethe promptsto act out a similar
12 with a scientist
Youwill heara radiointerview
who istalkingaboutgeneticallyengineered food. a m i n c e/ h a l fa k i l o/ f 2 1 0 a k i l o
Forquestions1-6, markthe sentencesas f (true)
or o lambchops/ a kilo/ f3 50 a kilo
F(false). a steak/ two kilos/ f4 70 a kilo

1 D r S t e v e ntsh i n k st h a t g e n e t i c a l l y Booking
a cater ing
enoineered foodshaveseveral
advantages 14 a. Fillin the gapswith: snacks,services,
2 I n t h e U 5 ,5 0 %o f a l lc o r nc r o p sa r e bookings.Then in pairs,readthe dialogue
nonotir:llv anninoorofl aloud.
3 Corncan be alteredto producea poison
w h i c hk i l l sc a t e r p i l l a r s Caterer:Hello,Cathy'sCaterersHow canI helpyou?
s u l dp u t o t h e ra n i m a l s
4 K i l l i n gc a t e r p i l l acr o W o m a nO: h , h e l l o l ' d l i k et o b o o ky o u r 1 ) for
my daughter's party
in danger
5 T h eo n l ya d v a n t a goef g e n e t i ce n g i n e e r i n g Caterer:When will you be holdingthe party?
i st h a t i t m a k e sf a r m e r rsi c h e r W o m a n : O2n5 t hJ u n e
6 G e n e t ie c n g i n e e r i ncgo u l ds t o pp e o o l e Caterer:fhat's fine We don't haveanyother2)
f r o m i n gh u n g r y
g o f o r t h a t d a y N o w ,h o w m a n yg u e s t sw i l l b e a t t e n d i n g ?
Woman:Around 50, I think Most of them will be quite
y o u n g W e ' v eh i r e da m a g i c i atno k e e pt h e c h i l d r e anm u s e d
Caterer:Sounds liketheywon't want to sit down to eat
ui c a t i o S
C o m mn n :h o p p i n g Woman:It'sa smallparty;3) on traysis what I
h a di n m i n d

13 Thenin pairs,readthe
a. Matchthe exchanges. Caterer: OK, l'm sure we can come up with something
aloud. s p e c i a lI ' l l s e n dy o u a 4 ) t o d a ya n d t h e n y o u
can pop in nextweekto discuss the details
Woman:Ihal's great Thanks

0 . Now usethe promptsto act out a similar


g o l d e na n n i v e r s apr ay r t y/ 3 O t hM a y/ a r o u n d1 0 0
g u e s t /s a l la g e s/ h i r e da b a n d/ l o t so f d a n c i n g
<t:nd-rrn hrrffpt mp:l


A Whenwe writea letterof complaint, we usea formalstyle

fnTl Goodafternoon Yes,haveyou got We begin the letterwith Dear Sir/Madam In the first
What canI get anygreenpeppers? paragraph,we stateour reasonfor writing In the second,
you? O h ,a n da k i l oo f third and fourth paragraphs, we stateour complaints and
Ef- i
I2 | | I W O K i l O SH e r e y O U ontonS givejustifications.
We starta new paragraph for eachpoint
are AnythingelseT l ' d l i k et w o k i l o so f we want to complainabout In the last paragraph, we
ETI Yes,thesewere ^^+-+^^-
PIEOJC suggest the actionwhichwe thinkshouldbe taken We end
broughtin fresh d Y e s ,I t h i n ks o the letterwith Yoursfaithfullv.andour full name
j u s tt h i sm o r n i n g e Hereyouare Thank
ETI of course youverymuch
FTI tstharall? Oh,lovelyCouldI
ETI That'llbe{3 40 heva fnr rr nle:<o? t

then, please 1:

' An a l V s ran lqVo d e l T e xt
^ l

1 5 a. Readthe letterandunderline
the correctlinking
words.Then,statethetopicof eachparagraph. 1 I feelI mustcomplainabout
2 | suggestthat you improveyourstandards
3 A l l i n a l l , t h e w h o l e e x p e r i e n cwe a s s o m e w n a t
: .:.. : :..' I i:.:::.?..
) e a r5 i r / M a d a m , -
I received
service 4 l'm afraidto saythat the service was not as good
complain the
I am writingto as might be expected
to findthepeti
uo,"uot'*uirt"1lttt"J;;rrwasunabre 5 lf thingsdo not improvein the future,l,m afraidI
1) Firstly/Furthermot'' tv ' maybe forcedto take my business elsewhere
one of your
food section,so I asked plut"' he simply:-
io tf'u
lnsteadof showrngn't . Analysing
theRubr ic
shruggedandwalked at the I
standingin a queue
2) Then/However'after the end only ' a . R e a dt h e r u b r i cb e l o wa n d u n d e r l i n et h e k e y
minutes't ieached 17
checkoutfor overlfteJn and I l wor0s.
that her shift was over
to be told by the cashier
queue Youhada mealin a restaurant.
would haveto lotn another Howeveq you did not
A s i f t h a t w a s n o t O t O " * ' n n ' w h e n l f i n a l l y mme
a n a'g e d ' enjoyyourmealdueto a numberof problems. Writea
the cashierovercharged : letterof complaint
to pay for my groceries' mistake'she
to the manager
of the restaurant.
*fttn I pointedout her
3) However/D"'plt"' b. Readthe table and matchthe complaintsto the
, O1O no, apologise but was rudeand unfriendly
I was extremely, upset by the justifications.
As you tun '*untt' be shopptngtn
: treatmentI recetved and I will certainlynot Complaints
wili improveyour
again I hopethat you
: yoursupermarket
your staffwill be more FT-] Satadwas not fresh Vegetables
had not been
': staff trainingmethods'and that
from now on wa5ne0
t O"fit. anOtretptut to customers
l2Tl npple piewasstateand dry
-,Youtt faithfullY' FTI Steakwastough and chewy
+a t .

A WhenI complained, the waiterbroughtme another

b. Readthe letteragainandreplace
the highlighted steakwhichwasas badasthe firstone
with alternative
ones. B Waiterclaimedthat it had beenfreshlymadethat
. Style C Foundpiecesof dirt on the lettuceleaves

16 a . S t u d yt h e c o m p l a i n t b
s e l o wa n d m a t c ht h e m i l d . Discuss
& Write
complaintsto the strongoneswith the same
18 Usethe information
in Ex.17, aswellasthe plan
below,to writeyourletterof complaint
words).Youcanusethe letterin Ex.15aasa
F-fl t am writingin connection with model.
l2Tl I believeI maybe entited to a
ETI rne treatmentwe received was a little
disappointing *l r
IZT--It nopethat you will try ro )): 't
ETI tn additionto this,
Dear Sir/Madam
ETI t am afraidthat I probabty wiil not
( P a r al ) W h y a r ey o u w r i t i n g t h e l e t t e r ?
S t r o n gc o m p l a i n t s
a I was extremely upsetby the service we received MainBody
b To makemattersworse, (Paras2.-4) WhaLareyour contplaintsand justiJicotions?
c I am writingto express my strongdissaiisfaction
(Para5) 'What
actiondo yotr suggestshouldbt tahen?
d I c a na s s u r yeo ut h a t I w i l l n o t
e I d e m a n da Yoursfaith [ully
f I stronglyrecommend Y o u rJ u l l n a m e
that you

EveryMan S h eh a sn e v e b r e e na t s u c ha h i g h
b e f o r eI; t h i n ks h e ' sg o i n gt o f a i n t

to hisTaste
I feel a senseof wheneverI do
s o m e t h i nw g ell
8 His o f t h e p r o b l e mi s q u i t e
differentto mine
He h i m s e laf t t h e t o p o f t h e s k i
s l o p eb e f o r e p u s h i n gh i m s e lof f f
1 0 Extremekayakingis a sport
a. Lookat the picturesandlabelthe sports/ 3 Labelthe pictures,
thenusethe promptsto make
up sentencesasin the example.
asin the example.
r how r Arro\^/
. racoreto shuttlecock
. clubs. ball
. skateboard. bat . bal,

Cqtieqry' c-::)


Youneeda bowand

4 Circle

b. Howdo youfeelaboutthe activities above? e e ,w a i t e r C o u l dy o u b r i n gu s t h e b i l l ,

1 A : E x c u sm
Usethe expressions: I
I omkeenon,I don'tfoncy, please?
hoteetc,asin the example.Youcanaddyour B : a C e r t a i n l sy i,r
own ideas. b Let me see

I don'tfancycollecting
stamps. 2 A: Wouldit be OK if Sharonstayedfor dinner?
B : a T h a tw o u l db e r i g h t
Complete usingthe wordsin the list.
the sentences b Of course

3 A : W o u l dy o u m i n di f I c a m ei n l a t et o m o r r o w ?|
. lunacy. nerve-racking. instincto elation
haveto go to the bank
. altitude. interpretation
. steadied . torrents
B : a l ' d r a t h e yr o uw e n t
. paddles . high-risk
b Actually,I needyou to comein early
1 He always his canoecarefully 4 A : W o u l dy o u m i n di f I o p e n e dt h e w i n d o w ?
alongthedangerous rrver B : a l ' d r a t h e yr o u d i d n ' t
2 Somepeoplethinkthat doingextreme sportsis b Actually,I did
5 A: Would it be OK if I borrowedyour new CD
3 Hissurvival keepshimsafeeven
in themostdangerous situations
B : a S o r r yl ,' l lb e u s i n gi t
4 , . . . . of watergushed intothe river
b l ' m a f r a i dl ' m n o t
5 lt wasthe most experience l've
5 a. ldentifythe sportsin the pictures.
Thenmatch 7 MatchcolumnA to columnB,thenusethe
themto the speech bubbles. completed
phrasesto complete
the sentences.

run r a i no r s h i n e
come t h e w i n do u t o f o n e ' ss a i l s
second shave
close off one'sfeet
hit theroad
TqNE to none

We'd better soon if we want

to get thereon time
Therewere so many customersin the shop that
the salesassistants were
3 W h e nJ a n el o s th e rj o b , i t r e a l l y. .

4 EverySundaywe go to the beach,

b u s ho r a p o n d Yourmum makesthe bestdesserts.
her lemontart
relaxingway to IS

I had a really on the way over

u,. here;a car nearlyran me overas I was crossingthe
T When thingsget difficultyou haveto focuson the road
s u m m i ta n d p i c t u r ey o u r s e lsf t a n d i n gt h e r e T h e n
a n y t h i n gi s p o s s i b l e
8 Complete the sentences
with two to fivewords.
thewordsin bold.Donot change the
It'sall aboutteamwork There's no pointin having
meaningof theoriginal
the bestgoal-scorer in the leagueif the defence
isn'tplayingwell lf we'regoingto win a big match,
I find that I get more tired looking after the
theneveryplayerneedsto do theirbit .
childrenthan I do workingin an office
tzl-l I ' m t a l l a n d l ' m a g o o dj u m p e ra n d s h o o t e rb u t exhaustingI find lookingafter the childrena lot
that isn't enoughfor me I don't want to be a
good player,I want to be the best, the next in an office
M i c h a eJl o r d a nn, o t h i n ge l s ew i l l d o Youmustn'tgiveup, thingswill get bettersoon
towel Don't
thingswill get bettersoon
b. Usethe adjectives
belowto makeup sentences, L i n d ad i d n ' tt a k el o n gt o g e t u s e dt o h e rn e wj o b .
asin theexample. ropes l t d i d n ' tt a k eL i n d al o n g
o ambitious
o determined a t h e rn e wj o b .
. co-operative
. patient
Visitingthe EiffelTowerwasthe mostexcitingpart
Youneedto beco-operative
toplayfootball. of my trip to Paris
highlight The
to Pariswas visitingthe EiffelTower
6 Tickthe correctpreposition,
Most of my relativeswere in the entertainment
usingthe phrases,asin the example.
b u s i n e ssso, a c t i n gc a m en a t u r a l ltyo m e
-...'.-':."-..--.-. blood Actingwas
of I with ;
i l
in i at i necause
mostof myrelatives
i | | . entertainmentbusiness

-._": 6 Joealwayscheersme up wheneverI get depressed

l : t
1 ,,.
"".' "*"-"":'"" ': - - " ' ,,
!- : as
d ) ihe's got
lc 5 g u L ssuch a ppositive
ULr d attitude
o5rLtve d LULuue.
:-- : i o p t i m i s tJi o
.' -." ". '. . : t " " " " " 1 " 'i ': uPtlllllsLlc JOel55o
1 : I managesto cheerme up wheneverI
: . I ,: Setdepressed

Hewassentenced in prison.

. soundtrack. classico stars . performances 13 a. Lookat the picture

the dialogue.
. novel . screen. office . character

Next weekend, the Rex is giving you another

opportunlty to catch HighFidelity.This witty film is
based on the best-selling.l) by Nick
H o r n b ya n d2 ) J o h nC u s a c k
Cusack's3) , Rob,is a recordshopowner
who spendsmost of his time discussing lists of his
favouriterecords lt is impossiblenot to enjoy this
touching film. Excellent4) from the 'l)
A: )
whole cast and, as would be expected,a fantastic
R l - l a ' < n l n i n n : -h-r,r,n, n. -o o i
5) make High Fidelity a mooern
A: 2)
B: l f I w e r eh i m ,l ' d f e e l3 )
lf you missedit first time around,or you just want ro
A: Haveyou 4)
e n j o yi t o n t h e b i g 7 ) a g a i n ,t h e n y o u B: N o ,n e v e r
can book tickets in advance by calling our box
B \ A / h , a st n o r l s d o v o r r l i k e ?
8) on 0168 350 467 There will be
A 5 )
s h o w i n g sa t 8 3 O p ma n d 11 O O p mo n b o t h S a t u r d a y
a n dS u n d a y -"'-'-'
------\,_.__* ''''1"
,...-. \"-4-

b. Lookat the pictures

andin pairsactout similar
10 Fillin the missing
verbsto complete
the sentences.

1 We all went to the airport so that we could

2 Thep o l i c e
c a u g h t h e b a n kr o b b e r s
away from the sceneof the crime
3 John . u p h i so w n b u s i n e swsh e n h e
was 30
Many birdsfly south beforewinter . .
Thpv'vp dcridad tn aside Some
moneyso that they can buya new car
We . . . ., i n t o G o r d o na t t h e s h o p p i n g

Itl Fillin the correctword,thenmakesentences

the ohrases.
. sporting
. smash_hit
. natjonal
r phone. present
. ma0tc

1 message 4 t un e s
2 t o a 5 trick
14 a. Lookat the title of the articleandthe picture.
prize 6 event
WhatdoesTonydo?Whatkindof treasure do
3 ..... anthem
youthinkhe seeks? Readthe articleandcheck
12 Fillin:win,goinoreorn.
b. Readthe articleagain.Sevensentences
1 .. aprize;2 e x p e r i e n c3e ; beenremoved fromthe article.Choose
a n e l e c t i o n4; w e i g h t ;5 awar, the sentences
A-H the onewhichbestfitseach
6 . c o n t r o l ;7 p r a i s e8; . . . . a gap1-6.Thereisonesentence whichyoudo
living not needto use.Thereisan example(0)at the
ffitrffiKtrffi up, but I felt sure it must be valuable."
IJ I | "When I took it to the museum to have it valued,
Tony McKenzie has a rather unusual hobby. Every I got a huge surprise," he laughs. 'I would have been
Saturday and Sunday, he gets up at six o'clock in the overjoyed if the figure had been worth a hundred pounds
morning, packs some sandwichesand a flask of tea into a or so.I never imagined for a minute that it would be valued
backpackand headsout to the fields behind his housewith at over f60,000. That's hke a lottery win! It's unbelievable!"
his favourite toy - a metal detector. Nothing as old or aswell-preservedhasbeen
"We bought him the metal detector for his fortieth found in Britain before, becausemost statuesfrom around
birthday," sayshis wife Carol. "He had alwayswanted one, that time were destroyedback in the 16th century.
but we never realisedhe would use it as much ashe does!" Tony took the statue to the British Museum in London,
where historianswere amazedto seesuch a rare artefact in
such good condition. The British Museum decided to
Many of us find it difficult to understand how wandering
purchasethe statuefrom Tony and displayit to the public.
around in a muddy field for hours on end can possiblybe
enjoyable,but Tony saysthat there is nothing he would What does Tony plan to do with his new-found wealth?
rather do. He doesn't like football or fishing, but when he "Well, actually, I'm not as rich as you might think," he
is out and about with his metal detector,he feels asthough chuckles."When a piece of treasure is dug up on someone
nothing elsematters. else'sland, half of the value goesto the person who found
T:T- it, and the other half goesto the landowner. ll-J--l I'-
II I | "He usually finds silly little things, like tin cans planning to buy Carol a new car and take tne?hdon a
and pieces of machinery," Iaughs Carol. "Whatever he
wonderful holiday."
finds, he brings home, cleans,and keeps in a special box
which he has in the garage.The children think he is crazy." Will Tonybe taking the metal detector awaywith him? "No
way!" saysCarol. "We won't be teasinghim as much about
However, Tony's family may now have to admit that his
his hobby anymore,but I will insist that we have a holiday
pastime is not quite so silly after all. After years of
from it for a while and spend some time together as a
uncovering worthless items, Tony has finally achieved
family. Mind you, I think the children will be more keen to
everytreasureseeker'sdream and found somethingrather
keep Tony company on his weekend
special buried in the ground. His great discoverywas a
treasure hunts now that they've seen
little figure of a horse which may be worth thousandsof
that they can be fruitfull"
Tony doesn't think that he will ever find
"I'll never forget the day I found my first piece of real
anything as amazing as the little horse
treasure,"smilesTony. "I was in a field I'd never been to
again, but this hasn't stopped him from
before. t-tl Then, just as I was about to give up and
enjoying Saturdays and Sundayswith
go home, I picked up a signal."
his metal detector. "It's not about
Tony immediately felt very excited and began digging in money for me," he says." 6l-l i
the damp earth. Suddenly, he saw a tiny metal shape, I'll never give up my hobby ,;i,
covered in mud. "When I scrapedoff the dirt, I could see because it gives me hours
that it was a tiny horse," says Tony. "It was beautifully of pleasure. You can't
made and looked very old. I didn't want to get my hopes put a price on that!"

A I e n d e du p w i t h a b o u tf 3 0 , 0 0 0w , h i c hi ss t i l la b i g G I j u s t l o v e f i n d i n gt h i n g s ,n o m a t t e rw h a t t h e i r
w i n d f a lflo r m e v a l u em i g h tb e
Even Tony's wildest dreams could not have The expertswho valuedTony'sfind, told him that
p r e p a r ehdi m f o r t h e t r u t h ,t h o u g h it was a very precious12th centurystatuewhich
So,what kind of 'treasure'doesTonyfind on his had greathistorical importance
e x p e d i t i o nt os t h e l o c a cl o u n t r y s i d e ?
He spendseveryweekendsearchingfor buried
Answerthe questions.
treasure, whateverthe weather
Tony'schildrenusedto wish that their dad would 'l
How doesTonyfeelabout hishobby?Why?
g i v eu p h i ss t r a n g eh o b b y
2 W h a t d o y o u t h i n k a b o u t h i s h o b b y ?H o w m u c h
l ' d b e e ns e a r c h i nagl l d a y ,b u t t h e o n l yt h i n g sl ' o
doesit matchyour personality?
managedto dig up werea few bitsof rubbish
N a m es o m eo t h e ru n u s u ahl o b b i e s .

15 Youwillhearfivepeople talkingaboutextreme
Forspeakers1-5,choose fromthelistA-F
whichstatement applies
to whichspeaker.
oneextraletterwhichvoudonotneedto use.

Which speaker:
A prefersnot to be part of a S p e a k e rFTI

team? S p e a k e rt t | |
B h a sb e e ni n l u r e d ? Speaker t?a_-]
t - t l

C n o l o n g e rp a r t i c i p a t e s ? Speaker tr-rl
D h a sb e e nf i l m e dd o i n ga n Speaker Fl_-]
E l i k e st o e n t e rc o m n e t i t i o n s ?
F onlyasksclosefriendsto be on
t h e i rt e a m ?
Man: Nello We'reinterested in joiningthe golf club Can
you tell us what we haveto do, please?
AttheDocto/s Receptionist: Well,you paya joiningfee and then thereis
a n a d d i t i o n aaln n u acl h a r g e
16 a. MatchcolumnA to columnB,thenin pairsact
out thedialogue.
Receptionist: Dailyaccess to the club,yourown locker, plus
A tt
t h e u s eo f t h e o t h e rf a c i l i t i essu c ha ss p a .s a u n aa n dc a f e
m Now,then What a I si t a b a db r e a k ?
Receptionist: lt'sall in this brochureWhy don't you have
seemsto be the b O K T h a n ky o u
a l o o ka n dt h i n ka b o u ti t ?
problem? doctor
t-;T--l Man:Thankyou,that'sa good idea 3)
tzt I Hmm let'shave My arm hurtsterribly
a lookat you Yes, I t h i n kl ' v eb r o k e ni t
us haveeverplayedgolf before
I thinkyou'reright O h ,a l r i g h tA n d w h a t
tiT_l Receptionist: We do have tutors, but there is an extra
W e c a n ' tb e s u r e will happenafter
charcrefor lessonsYou can read about that in the
untilwe get it X- that?
brochure, too
r a y e dl ' l la s kt h e
Man:Grea|Thankyou for your help
nurseto takeyou
down to the X-ray
room now
b . U s et h e p r o m p t st o a c t o u t a s i m i l a rd i a l o g u e .
E W e l l ,t h e ny o u ' l l
l o i ng y m/ p a yj o i n i n gf e e/ a d d i t i o n aml o n t h l yf e e/ a c c e s s
a n d l ' l lp u t y o u r
t o a l lt h e e q u i p m e n it n, c l u d i npgo o la n d) a c u z z/ i t r a i n e r s/ ?
arm in plasterfor
e x t r ac h a r g ef o r t r a i n i n gs e s s i o n s

\vAv t/ trLi tt ti nt Yn
b. Now usethe promptsto act out similar


a n k l e/ s p r a i n eidt
wrist/ fracturedit
Whenwe write a news report,we alwaysgiveit a short,
e y e - c a t c h i n gh e a d l i n e I n t h e i n t r o d u c t i o n ,w h i c h
J o i n i nagC l u b s u m m a r i s et sh e e v e n t ,w e g i v e i n f o r m a t i o na b o u t t h e
t i m e , p l a c ea n d p e o p l ei n v o l v e d I n t h e m a i n b o d y ,
17 a. Fillin the missing thenin pairs,
sentences, read consistingof two or more paragraphs, we describethe
the dialogue aloud. e v e n t i n m o r e d e t a i l ,i n c l u d i n gi n f o r m a t i o na b o u t t h e
. i n c i d e n tasn dp e o p l ei n v o l v e dI n t h e c o n c l u s i o nw,e w r i t e
Bytheway,do youhavea professional
people'scommentson the event and/oraction(s)to be
for lessons?
. taken The languagewe usein newsreportsis descriptive
Andhowmuchdoesmembership cost?
r n r i t h f r o n r r o n i r r < o n f t,h,,o- p a s s r vveo r c e
. Andwhatdoesthatinclude?
. A n a l y s i nag l V o d e l T e x t . Headlines

18 Readthenewsreportbelowandputthe 21 Readtheextracts
order. themto theheadlines.
whichyoudo notneedto use.
A I lTony Morris. 34. was driving a blue Ford Escort 1 FactoryGoesUp In Flames
rvhen he turned the corner and crashed into a mini6iiii :,,, :. 2 M i s s i n Jge w e l F s ound
travellingintheoppositedirection.Apasser-bywho 3 LocalShopkeeper WinsLottery
witnessed the accident said that the minibus had been 4 CleverBurglars Arrestedat Last
gglg at almost twice the legal speedlimit. ,",":',":,,
] B I lA policeman at the scene commented that the ,:,
A|] Clive Warner, 57, was celebratinglast
street lighting in the area was not up to standard and that lt. nrght after
I winningover f6O,OOO in the NatiJnalLott.ry dru*
the council should expect more accidentsin future if they
i1.'j yr Warner,who runs Warner,sHardwarein
did not make improvements. Field
-=-i----. Road,Barton,was stunned
(- man was seriously rl when his numberscame
| lA injured in a collision at the lll . u p o n t n e s c r e e n. . .
corner of Main Street and Green Road in Riverton late !:. '"' '''t"
"" ',';,,rr,..,, .- .
, ,,.:r,t,,,,':""':""',:::...-
yesterdayevening. lil
--=-t------ ght at a factorYin DraYford'
l) | lMr Morris was on his way to meet friends in a
il1, td Poundsworth of damage
restaurant when the accident happened. He is said to be $i.;l.l
to have started when an
making a quick recoveryat Riverton County Hospital. The t*:,
achinerY set light to a Pileof
driver of the minibus escapedunharmed, but has been p, ' \ .
chargedwith dangerousdriving. ,, r u b b i s h. .
l C| | A d i a m o n dn e c k l a c b e e l o n g i n gt o L a d y
1 WrexhamManorwas recovered yesterday
19 Now read the news report again and choose the I two y o u n q c h i l d r e nJ. a m i e H a r p e r , 6 ,
most suitableheadline. ,
,l Newton,7, were playingin a field near
A Dangerous 'tr.. ".whenthey uncovered
" ttn.-2.,-.,,.,,:*aq,_
the f 5,000pieceof

B Accidentat Mainand Green

. Discuss
& Write
C PoorStreetLighting
22 a. Readthe rubricandanswer
the questions
in the
. Direct/Reported
ff Youarea reporter at yourlocalnewspaper.
ff beenasked to write a news report
for the missing
20 a. Underline
inthenews ? headline
report in Ex.18,then rewritethe sentences
. .'..:...:
directspeech. i'

b. Changethe directspeechbelow into reported


speech. Headline

1 "Theboysare luckyto be alive Theybehavedvery Introduction

" saidthe policeman (Paral) Whathappened?
Whenand wheredid it
bravely, l
2 Thefirecouldhavebeenprevented. People should
be muchmorecareful,"saidthe firefighter MainBody
3 " l a m v e r yg r a t e f utlo t h e p o l i c ef o r a l l t h e i rh e l p (Paras2-3) 'WhatotherinJormationshouldyou tell the
T h e yh a v eb e e nw o n d e r f u"l ,s a i dM r sW i l l i s readeraboutthe incident/people
4 " l w o u l d l l k e t o g i v e t h e c h i l d r e na r e w a r d I
t h o u g h tI w o u l dn e v e sr e em y c a ta g a i n", s a i dM i s s (Para4) What commentsweremadeaboutthe
Carter incident?'What
Jutureactionwill be taken?
5 "Thatnecklaceis worth a fortune I am so glad it
w a sf o u n di n o n e p i e c e", s a i dL a d yH a m i l t o n
b. Writea newsreportfor the missing
6 "Thesemen belongbehindbars Theyhavecaused
120-180wordsusingthe planandthe text in
a n u n b e l i e v a b laem o u n t o f d a m a g e , "s a i d t h e
Ex.18asa model.

the 3 a. Thepeoplebelowarereadingthe newspaper.


f -
i;:? j,i

f h e W o r l dH e a l t h -,a,-;:.
Vocabulary .t,i"Organisation will holda
::1, meetingto discuss the
a. Complete
the headlines
with the correctword . . .a t t a a. i < n f i n h r . . ^

20 peoPle feared rnissing

or dead after massive ''. I ne recent t o B r e n t w o osdh o p p i n g
in LA. Increase
- centre.
i n o i l p r i c e sh a sh a d
negaliveeffecton the ;
stockmarket *"
#urff'cgffg causs severe Gemini:Nota
damage to coaslal areas ''.$,,,,', good day to makea
.. ,,.,1'
in Hawaii. financialinvestmentYouwill ::,.
hearfrom an old friend,but .,:
United ::r :.'a.,.
:' Manchester
,,..won the FACup. 'ri do not mistakefriendship,.,t:,r'
. for romance.
"' t:t:.ll:: :.:: :..:,: :,:,.,.:l
:,:: :; ::a

b. Namethreemorenewspaper

4 Replace
the wordsin boldwith the wordsbelow.
.fff:#ffTniTfi:,; Localresidentsforced to
abandontheir homesas
. ending. scriptr plot r enjoyable
. cast

erupts on 1 The written versionof the film was excellent

2 T h ef i l m h a da p o o rf i n i s h
%**r**r**"^-^*qw____ 3 The people who acted in the film gave great
4 Thestorywas rathercomplicated
and hardto follow
b. In pairs,
usethe headlines
to askandanswer,
in theexample.
5 T h e f i l m w a s c e r t a i n l ys o m e t h i n gw e a l l l i k e d
A: Didyouhearaboutthehurricane
B: No,whathappened? Tickthe correctpreposition,then makesentences
A: Thepapersaysit causedsevere 5
damageto coastal u s i n gt h e p h r a s e sa,s i n t h e e x a m p l e .

. 9 b 9 ' , ! .t o I "l
2 Crossout the oddword r VOte
1 flood: bank- fire- river- rain -L O- ^P -OrU.TtE^

2 volcano:eruption- evacuation - water- not r r<erl

mountain r valid
t i
3 caraccident:collide - winds- pile-up
- motorway oYan2nfla

- -
4 arson:flamesfire waves smoke-
Willyouvoteformein themeeting?

6 Fillin the correctword 3 A : D i dy o u h e a rt h a t F r a n ki s m o v i n gt o C a n a d a ?
B: a Are you sure?
. vouch. after . download. ears. bring. 6u1
b That'sfine
. vote . showed. compromise . valid
4 A: Guesswhat! lt'sa holidaytomorrow so we don't
1 | don't know who to for in the next
B: a That'sfine
b No, really?
2 H e rc h i l d r e n o u t t h e b e s ti n h e r
3 He takes his father Theyare both 5 A : D o n ' tt e l la n y o n eI t o l dy o u ,b u t J i mi s g o i n gt o
t a l e n t e dm u s i c i a n s askLizto marryhim
4 Management was forcedto take a . B : a l w o n ' t t e lal s o u l .
r np a y b No problem
5 We waited for over an hour but Janet never 6 A : l ' m s o r r yl ' m s o l a t e
. ...up B : a T e lm l e
6 This ticket is . . . .. . . for six matinee b No problem
7 A : W e ' l lm e e to u t s i d et h e c i n e m a
7 | need to these files onto my
B: a Okay.Seeyou there
b That'sfine Where?
8 The peacetalkswent on for three daysbeforea
couldbe reached 8 A : l ' m c a l l i n ga b o u tt h e p a r t yo n S a t u r d a y
9 | have known Bill for many years, so I can B: a GreatW ! h e r es h a lwl e go?
for hishonesty b l'm sorryI can'tmakeit
1 0 W h e nl t o l d h i m a b o u tm y i d e at o s t a r ta b u s i n e s s ,
h e w a sa l l
9 Matchthe words in columnA to the words in
columnB, then usethe expressions
to complete
the sentences.
7 Underlinethe correctword.

1 He was offered a job at the local fast food A B

restaurant, but he turnedhisnoseup/down at it special usedto
2 She had only beenworkingat the hotel for two latest than meetsthe eye
days,so shewasstillwet behindthe eyes/ears get the market
3 Sheinsisted on buyinga designer weddingdress,so there'smoreto it new5
herfatherhadto paythrough/inthe nosefor it on effects
4 Shewas walkingpast the jeweller's shopwhen a
1 T h en e w c o m p u t egr a m ew i l l b e . . . . . .
s t u n n l n gd i a m o n db r a c e l ect a u g h t / g l i m p s ehde r
I nJ u n e
2 The in StarWars
5 My passportis only valid/correctfor ten years,
3 l ' m a f r a i dy o u ' l jl u s t h a v et o . . .. . the
then I haveto get it renewed
new layout
6 | would likea job whichinvolves
travelbut, on the
4 | alwaysreadthe morningpaperto keepup with
other hand/side,I wouldn'twant to be awayfrom
m yc h i l d r e n
5 ThewholestoryisverystrangeI think
7 That was especially/undoubtedly the best film
8 Just becausehe graduatedfrom university,he
thinkshe can look/seedown his noseat the rest Complete the sentenceswith two to fivewords,
of us including
thewordin bold.Donot change the
meaningof the originalsentence.

8 Circlethe correctresponse.
1 Manyexpertssaythat electronic
bookswill be
1 A: l'vegot the mostamazingnews l'vejust been
usedmuchmorein thefuture
predicting Experts
accentedinto medicalschool!
B: a Are you sure? more and more people will use
b Really? electronic booksin the future
2 ln the future, the Internetwill providefor the
2 A: You'llneverbelieve who cameroundyesterday! needsof moreusersthan everbefore
B: a Telm l e cater ln the future,the Internetwill
b I won't tell a soul
. than everbefore
3 They will have to think of a way to solvethe b. Lookat the picture
andin pairsactout a similar
p r o 0 l e m5 o o n , dialogue.
come T h e yw i l l h a v e
a way to solvethe problemsoon
4 T h e n u m b e ro f p e o p l ew o r k i n ga t t h e c o m p a n y
h a sb e e nc u t i n h a l fs i n c eF e b r u a r y
halved T h e n u m b e ro f p e o p l ew o r k i n ga t
s i n c eF e b r u a r y
5 To many people,this meansthat a new type of
rnmnrtpr n:me i < rrn- ', n r n g

arrival T om a n yp e o p l et,h i sm e a n s
a new type of
computer g a m e
E l e c t r o npi cu b l i s h i nigs a n i n d u s t r tyh a t i s g r o w i n g
veryfastat the moment
booming Electronicpublishing
a t t h e p r e s e nt ti m e
W o u l dy o u l i k et o r e p l a c yeo u r n e w s p a p ewr i t h a
e x c h a n g e W o u l dy o u l i k et o
2 anmnrrtor qrroenT
12 a. ln pairs,
thinkof wordsrelated to the circus.
Compare yourlistto thatof anotherpair.

Speaking b. Lookat the subheadingsandthinkof two

questionsyouwouldliketo askabouteach
Readthe articleandseeif voucan
11 a. Lookat thepicture the dialoEue.
andcomplete answerthem.

13 again.Forquestions
a. Readthe article 1-13,
choosefromthe circuses
A-D. Eachcircusmay
be chosenmorethanonce.Whenmorethan
thesemaybe givenin
oneansweris required,

to the articlewhichcircus(es):

i n c l u d ecsu l t u r ael l e m e n tfsr o mi t s h o m e

countryin its shows? ffi
h a sb e e nr u n b y t h e s a m ef a m i l yf o r m a n y
years? tlTl
whichcanbe hiredfor
cnaai:l n..r<innc7
a r er u n f o r a g o o dc a u s e T FTI Ft-t

A W h e r e1 )
at once? FTI
B: I t m i g h tb e i n 2 ) doesn'thaveprofessional
performers? l o l I
A W h a t3 ) include
c o m e d yi n t h e i rs h o w s ? tiT-tFTt
B: I canseetrees Onetree4) hastouredthreedifferent
continents? tgTl
A H o wd i d i t 5 ) ?
in itsshows? [=Of]
B: 6)
A Haveyou everexperienced 7) ? othergroups
hasencouraged to copyits
B: 8) success? tl={__l
writtenfor itsshows? R2T_-]
for entrance
to thecircus? Ff-l
Ringling Bros.and Barnumand Bailey
The RinglingBros. and Barnumand Bailey circus is
everything you would expecta circusto be, with all the What's
clowns,acrobats,and performinganimalsthat you could more,
imagine.This is hardlysurprisingsince the circus is a you can
familybusinessthat datesback more than130years.The evenhire
computerised lightand soundshow might be right up to performers
date but otheraspectsof the show havehardlychanged from the Big
at all for morethana century.Audiences todayarejust as Apple Circusto perform
impressedas ever by Sara and her trainedtigers,the at yourschool,business or party.The organisation
troop of eight performingelephants,and the gravity puts on a specialshow each year for deaf and blind
defyingtricks of the high wire artists.And if all this isn't childrencalled 'Circus of the Senses@.' However,the
enough,then there are the clownswho alwayshave the foundersPaul Binderand MichaelChristensen are mosl
audienceroaringwith laughterat theircomedyroutines. A proud of their 'Big Apple CircusClown Care Unit@.' In
visit to the RinglingBros.and Barnumand Baileycircus this programme, specially trained clowns entertain
certainlymakesfor a nightto remember. After all,it is, as criticallyill childrenin twenty-one hospitalsaroundthe
the organisers 'The
describeit, GreatestShowOn Earth@.' United States.As Christensensays, "A child's natural
need to laughcan get lost in the tangleof hospital
Cirquedu Soleil procedures."With their shows,which includereo nose
Cirquedu Soleilwas foundedby a groupof friendsin transplantsand chocolate milk transfusions,the Big
Canadain 1984,and sincethen it has gonefrom strength Appleclownstry to bringlaughterbackto thesechildren.
to strength.This is not a traditionalcircusas there are
no animalsinvolvedin the show,just a uniquemix of CircusEthiopia
breathtakingacrobatics,tumbling gymnastic displays, The first show that CircusEthiopiaput on in Addis
masterfuljugglingand impressivecontortionists. Cirque Ababa in 1991was a very simple affair. A few ropes
du Soleilstartedas a smallshow which touredeuebec were tied togetherto form the ring and a car stereo
in Canada,but due to its hugepopularity it has grown providedthe sound.However,the free show which was
tremendously.Todaythe companyorganisesup to eight put on by a group of school children,who performed
shows at any one time all around the world, and some acrobatics, jugglingand tight rope walking,was a
employs 2400 people. They have three permanent huge success.Now,the free Sundayshow has become
crrcusesin speciallydesignedbuildings,two in Las a traditionin Ethiopra's
capitaland can attractup to 5000
Vegasand one in DisneyWorld in Florida,and their spectators.Marc La Chance,a Canadianteachingin
other shows tour the US, Asra and Europe. The Addis Ababa,wantedto give the childrenthat he worked
organisationemploysthe best composersand costume with a brighterfuture. He came up with the idea of
designers,so that each of the shows has its own Circus Ethiopiaafter teachingsome childrenrn his
dramaticmusical score and fantasticcostumeswhich neighbourhood basic circusskills.Sincethen,the idea
bring peopleback to see the shows againand agarn. has spreadand spreadand now nine other cities in
Sincethat humblebeginningin 1984,almost30 million Ethiopiahave their own versionof the circus,which are
peoplehave enjoyedone of Cirquedu Soleil'soriginal supported by international
Thousands of school
and entertaining
shows. childrenare involvedwith the circus,where they are
providedwith food and tutors to make sure they don't
The Big Apple Circus missout on theireducation. Theyare alsoencouraged to
The Big Apple Circusis a non-profitorganisation
based teach at a crrcusschool,which allowsthem to earn an
in New Yorkand dedicatedto raisingmoneyand working income.The shows that they put on have developed
with sick children.The circus organisesa traditional over the years, and now many traditionalEthiopian
show undera big top in New york. They have also put dancesand songs are includedin their routineqivino
on showsin US citiessuchas Bostonand Washinqton. CircusEthiopiaits own uniquecircusstyle.

b. Arethereanycircuses
in yourcountry?

Lrsrenrn9 At the library

aboutan a. Fillin the gapswith:duefine,owe,overdue,

14 \,,llistento a manmakinga statement 16
accidenthe has just For
witnessed. questions
1-9 then,in pairs,readthedialoguealoud.
complete the notes.

- ess:
lll lVineStreet.
of Witness
At the time of the accidenthe was
S a wt o u r b u sp u l l i n go u t o f
A: Hello l'm returningthesebooks
Redcarcrashedinto B: R i g h tO h d e a rT h e y ' r e a bit 1)
Driverof redcar F at the A: I know I was on holidayand I forgot about them
b u sd r i v e r B: W e l l ,y o u ' l lh a v et o p a ya s m a l2l )
Witnessis prepared
to A: Alright How muchdo | 3) ?

to makea statement B: Letme see.Fourbooks...that'll be f2

A: OK Hereyou are And l'd liketo take this book
Policecancallwitness 9
out, please.
R i g h tT h i so n ei s4 ) . . . b a c ko n t h e 2 7 t h
of this month
Communtcation: T h a n ky o u

o . Now usethe promptsbelow to act out o similar

15 a. Matchthe
exchanges, then, videos/ was ill- forgotaboutthem/ two videos-
in pairs,readthe f6 / takethisvideoout / due backin a week
dialogue aloud.
Writinga rcvicw
+r.1 .,."t':,i

; 1-'

: Whenwe write a reviewof a book,film or play,we usually

write four paragraphs In the first paragraph, we
summarise b a c k g r o u n di n f o r m a t i o ns u c h a s t h e t i t l e ,
fl me. Do you haveanyTV magazines?
name of the author/director, type, setting,etc In the
lzT-l otr dearI knewI should
secondparagraph,we summarise the mainpointsof the
p l o t i n c h r o n o l o g i coarl d e r I n t h e t h i r d p a r a g r a p hw ,e
lSTl On,really? then
l'lltakea newspaper,
u s u a l l yi n c l u d eg e n e r a l
c o m m e n t so n t h e p l o t , m a in
lZT-l or',theDailyMailwillbefine
characters, the acting/directing/writing, etc Finally, in the
last paragraph,we write our recommendation, positive
A C e r t a i n l sy i,r W h i c ho n ew o u l dy o u l i k e ?
B No, l'm sorryWe'vesoldout
c Hereyou are,then That's50 pence,please
D Well,there'sa W guidein mostof the newspapers,
if that'sanyuse
' Analysr ng
a ModelText
D . Now usethe promptsto act out o similar Readthe bookreviewandmatchthe paragraphs
dialogue. the topics.
puzzlebooks/ Crosswords
Crossword in someof
[Tl Recommendation
/ Takea Break/ 60 pence
the magazines
ETI gackground information
l:T_-]vain pointsof plot
lZTl ceneralcomments
19 a. Usethe adjectives
belowto complete
the table.
. brilliant
. fantasticr pleasant
. fine . dull
. nice. wonderful . superb. marvellous
' unexciting o uninteresting
@ tlarry Potter and the Cobtet
of Fire, by lK Rowling, is an
excellent story which takes
place in Britain.This thrilling
book is about Harry Potter,the teenagewizard, and is
the fourth book in the famousHarry potterseries.
@ fne magic begins as Harry is about to return to
Hogwarts school for his fourth year of educationas a b. Usethe adjectivesfrom Ex.19aand phrases
wizard.Thisyear,there is a new interestfor the students. from Ex.18ato write a positiveor negative
Headmaster,Albus Dumbledore,announcesthat the recommendation for the followingfilms.
excitingbut dangerousTriwizardTournament- a series
of tasksfor three chosenwizardsto complete- will take 1 D r D o l i t t l e( C o m e d y*)* *
placeat Hogwarts.Harry hasto take part, eventhough it
Dr Dolittleisa fantasticcomedy. Don't missit!
may meanriskinghis life.
2 G h o s tT r a i n( T h r i l l e*r*) *
tr The book is well-written,with realisticand
3 C h a i no f F o o l s( C o m e d y*)*
entertainingdialogue.Its rangeof characters, from the
4 S t a rW a r s( S c i e n cFei c t i o n*)* *
funny to the frightening,are so believablethat you will
5 TheStoryof Us(Romance) **
feel as thoughyou are at Harry'ssideas he experiences
greateradventuresthan ever before. 6 FearCity(Horror) *

E Don't miss the chance to read this fascinating

and imaginativestory. lts plot is guaranteedto keepyou . Discuss
& Write
turning the pages.Harry Potter and the Coblet of Fire
hasto be readto be believed! a. Readthe rubricbelowand answerthe questions
in theplan.

18 a. Lookat thelistbelow.
.., Yourteacherhasaskedyouto writea reviewabouta
books?films?both? .,i.filmyou haverecentlyseenfor yourschoolmagazrne.
Background iil write yourreview,givinga briefsummary
of the plot
. Thefilm/bookis set in i andsaying whyyouthinkothersmightenjoyit.
o Thefilm/booktellsthe storyof
o Thebook/novel waswrittenby ..v
o lt is a comedy/horror
film/lovestory , i!{;"
}J-r "--
o Thefilm is directedby
M a i n P o i n t so f t h e p l o t
(Paral) Backgroundinformati on
n Thestoryconcerns/is abouVbegins W h a ti s t h e t i t l e o f t h eJ i l n ?
n T h ep l o t i s( r a t h e rb) o r i n g / t h r r l l i n g Who plays tht heroof the story?
u Theplot hasan unexpected twist What type of filn is it?
Whereis it set?
G e n e r aC
l omments
o It is beautifully/poorly/ badlywritten M ainBody
c Thescriptis dull/exciting (Pam 2) Main points of the plot
. Thecastisexcellent How doesthe storybegin?
. Theheroof the storyis playedby Who are the leadingcharacters?
W h a to r et h em o s ti m p o r t d n p
t o i n t so Jt h e
. T h ef i l m i sf u l lo f b r e a t h t a k i nsgc e n e s ,
(Para3) GeneralCommenrs
o D o n ' tm i s si t l t i sw e l lw o r t hs e e i n g Whot canlou sa)tabotttthe castlspeciol
o I w o u l d n ' tr e c o m m e nidt b e c a u s e
. I highly/thorough r el yc o m m e nidt Conclusion
' It'sboundto be a box-officehit (Para4) Recommendatron
W h yd i d y o u l i h t t h ef i l m ?
" l t i sa h i g h l ye n t e r t a i n i nr ge a d
o lt'sa boreto read Wouldyou recommend it to otherpeople?

b. Readthe reviewin Ex,'17againand replacethe b. Writeyourreviewin 120-180 words.youcanuse

phrasesin bold with appropriatephrasesfrom the planandthe reviewin Ex.17asa model.
the list.
E= L=E-#=

Sti m p l e
We usethe presentsimple:
a for permanentstates Tomworksfora construction company.
a for dailyroutines,repeatedand habitualactionsHeplaystennistwiceaweek.
a for generaltruthsand lawsof nature,Thesunsetsin thewest.
a for ti metablesand programmes Thefirstflight to London Ieavesat 9 am.
a for sportingcommentaries, reviewsand narrationsGerrardinterceptsandpassesittoHeskey.

usedwith the presentsimple:

etc, in the morning/afternoon/evening,
at nighVtheweekend,
on Fridays

We usethe presentcontinuous:
. foractionstakingplaceatoraroundthemomentofspe
Tai nkai ni sgd o i n g h e r h o m e w o r k a t t h e m o m e n t .
. for fixedarrangements
in the nearfuture l'mgoingtothedentisttomorrow.(l'vealreadybookedanappointment.)
. for currentlychangingand developing
. with adverbssuchas alwaysto expressangeror irritationat a repeatedaclton You'realwaysforgettingtoclose

usedwith the presentcontinuous:
now,at the moment,at present,thesedays,nowadays,

. Always+ presentsimple r " everytime"
beforeI go to work.
I alwayshovebreakfast
. Always+ presentcontinuous+ "all the time" - "too/veryoften"
r W e c a n n o tu s en e v e r. . .a g a i nw i t h t h e p r e s e nst i m p l e .
I'm nevergoingcampingwithyouagain (NOT@in.)

We use the presentperfect:
. for an actionwhichstartedin the pastand continuesup to the present,especially
with stativeverbssuchas be,
have,like,know,etc I haveknownDaveforyears.
. for a recentlycompletedactionwhoseresultisvisiblein the present AnewFrenchrestauranthasjustopenedin
BridgeStreet.We'regoingtherefor dinnertomorrow.
. f o r a n a c t i o nt h a t h a p p e n eadt a n u n s t a t e tdi m e i n t h e p a s t T h ee m p h a s i s o n t h e a c t i o nT h et i m et h a t i t
occurredis unimportantor unknown I haveonlyvisited once.(When?Unstatedtime )

Timeexpressions usedwith the presentperfect:

for,since,already, just,ever,never,so far,today,thisweek/monthetc, how long,lately,recently,
still(in negations),

3= #=

We usethe presentperfectcontinuous:
o t o p u t e m p h a s iosn t h e d u r a t i o no f a n a c t i o nw h i c h
s t a r t e di n t h e p a s ta n d c o n t i n u eusp t o t h e p r e s e n t ,
especiallywith wordsand expressions suchas for, since,all morning/day/yearetc Theboyshavebeenplaying
' f o r a n a c t i o nw h i c hs t a r t e di n t h e p a s ta n dw h i c hl a s t e df o r
s o m et i m e T h ea c t i o nm a ys t i l lb e c o n t r n u i nogr
havefinishedalreadywith the resultvrsiblein the present Ken
isreallytired.He hasbeenworkinghardall week.
o to express anger,irritation,or annoyan ce Theyhovebeenlistening to thatloudmusic all night.
n for repeatedactionsin the pastcontinuingto the presentI have
been takingspanishlessons at niqhtschool.

Note:with the verbslive,work, teachand feel we can usethe presentperfect

or the presentperfect
continuous with no difference
in meaningHehastaught/hasbeenteachingattheschool formorethan

usedwith the presentperfectcontinuous:
for,since,how long,lately,recently

' alreadyis usedin statements
afterthe auxiliary
verband in questions
afterthe mainverb
I havealreadyfinished.
Haveyou finishedalready?
' yet is usedin negativesentences aftera negativecontracted auxiliary verbor at the end of the sentence
Shehasn'tyet finishedthereport.Shehasn,tfinishedthereportyet.
' s t i l li s u s e d i n s t a t e m e n t s a n d q u e s t i o n s a f t e r t h e a u x i l i a r y v e r b o r b e f o r e t h e m a i n v e r b
I a m s t ip
l ta i n t i n g t h e
house'Hestilllivesin HongKong However,still comesbeforethe auxiliaryverb
rn negatrons shestil hasn,tfinished

stativeverbsare verbswhich describea stateratherthan an action,and
so they do not havea contrnuous
' verbsof the senses(see,hear,taste, feel, look, sound erc);t canhear the
' verbsof perception (know believe.understand,realise,remember,forget etc);
lunderstand whatvouare
' v e r b s w h i c h e x p r e s s l i k e s a n d d i s l i k e sl o( vl i ek ,eh, a t e , e n j o y , p r e f e r e t cT)h; e c h i l d r e n e n j o y r e a d i n g
' and someotherverbs(be,contain,include,belong,fit, need,matter,cost,
own, want, weigh,wish, have.
keep etc) ThatcarbelongstoJoe.

c* #=#

tenseswhen they describe

Someof theseverbsareusedin continuous actionsratherthan states

PresentSimple PresentContinuous

(= character
Sheis verypatient. - permanentstate) Heis beingverygood.(= he is behaving)
film.(= I believe)
I thinkit'sa wonderful l'm thinking ofbuyinga newhouse.(= l'm considerin
pool.(= they possess)
Theyhave(got)a swimming They're
havinga wonderful (= they areenjoying
(= sheappearsto be)
Yourmotherlooksverytired islookingat thep/ans.(= hs ischecking/
I canseeyourhousefromhere.(= I usemy eyes) Areyouseeingthedentisttomorrow? (= areyou meeting?)
I seewhatyoumean(= | understand) You're
seeingthings.Thereisno onethere.(= you are
likesilk.(= it hasthe textureof)
Thisblousefeels Mum isfeelingTim'sforehead.(= she is Louch ing)
Thischickentastesdelicious.(= it hasa delicious
flavour) Thechefis tastingthesoupto seerfit isalright(= he is
testingthe flavour)
flowerssmellnice.(= they havea nicesmell) She's (= sheis sniffing)
Sheappearsto beveryangry.(= sheseemsto be) (= vvg3t.
Weareappearingat CentralParknextweekend.
(= they arethe rightsize)
Theseshoesfitneperfectly. on all thedoors.(= he rsattaching)

n Theverbenjoycan be usedin continuous tensesto express a specificpreference
lh enjoyingthisfilma lot. (specific
BUf I enjoygoingsailrng(general
o Theverbslook (whenwe referto sb'sappearance), feel (= experrence a particular emotion),hurt and achecan
b e u s e di n t h e c o n t i n u o uosr t h e s i m p l et e n s e s i t h n o i
difference n m e a n i n g
Youlookwonderfultoday.or Youarelookingwonderfultoday.
Shefeelssick.or Shersfeelinqsick.

P r e o o s i t i oonf P
s lace
r sn i c hd e s c br e w h e e s o m e [ h i nogr s o m e o n ies T h e s ep r e p o s i t i o rasr e :
P r e p o s i t i o nosf P l a c ea " ep r e p o s i t i o w
'#s* .*u':;-.

* - :-' "-"-*-:
in/inside outside below a00ve nextto/by/beside opposite

uncter through

in front of behind along between

Underlinethe correcttense.
4 Putthe verbsin brackets
intothe correctpresent
1 Vicky looks/is looking for a new flat at the
moment. . A: Phil1) (think)aboutmoving
2 Shewants/iswanting to decoratethe kitchentnts house.
WCCK B: | 2) (know) he 3)
3 How longhaveyou beenwaiting/youwaited for (not like) the place he's living in
him? moment,doeshe?
4 | am going/goto the gym thisafternoon.
. A: 5o, how 4) . (the story/
5 H e h a sb e e nl i v i n g / i sl i v i n gi n L o n d o na l l h i sl i f e .
6 Stevethinks/isthinkingabout buyinga new car end)?
7 Sarahhas worked/isworking there for a couple B : I n t h e e n d ,R o g e 5
r) .. ( o i n ) h i sf a m i l y
of yearsnow and they 6) (move)to Africa
8 Kellygoes/isgoing to Romeeveryyear . A: We 7) . (have) dinner at
9 Theplaystarts/hasstartedat nineo'clock. G i a n n i 'tso n i g h tw o u l dy o u l i k et o c o m e ?
10 The Webbershave bought/havebeen buying a B: Sorry,but | 8) . (visit)Sally
new housein the countrv
. A: | 9) . (not/understand)this
c o u r s ea t a l l . l t 1 0 ) (be)
2 Completethe dialoguesusingthe verbsbelow in reallydifficult I

either the presentsimpleor the presentcontinuous B: Why 11) (you/not/ask) for

tense. help?
. come . decorate. like . work . do . study
r P l 6 Yr r e a d . w a i t . t h i n k
Lookat the picture
. thenaskandanswer
A: We1) footballlater,would you
usingthe prompts,as
l i k et o c o m e ?
in theexample.
B: Sorry,I can't | 2) at the petrol
stationon Saturday afternoons . buy/new
. putdown/carpets
. A: What 3) . tomorrow?
o move/furniture
B: | 4) t h e l i v i n gr o o m , I
. unpack/crockery
5) i t w i l lt a k ea l ld a y
A : Hurryup! We 6) . . A: Havetheyboughta newhome?
for you
B : oK,oK| 7) B: Yes,
theyhave.Havethey...etc t::

A : What 8) ' ?
B : Macbeth | 9) . Macbethand we
10) . i t i n m y E n g l i schl a s s
6 Putthe verbsin brackets
intothe correcttense.

1 A : Wherehaveyou been?|
3 Matchthe columns andthen usefor/sincetowrite
(stand)herefor an hour
complete sentencesby puttingthe verbin brackets
intothe correcttense. B : l ' m s o r r yI ' m n o t u s u a l ltyh i sl a t e
2 A Why areyou in sucha hurry?
B : Because my train
lTTdl James (work)here a Paul'spartylast (leave)in ten minutes
l2T_l He (9o)Cornwall month You ..
every summer b shegot hernewjob (always/borrow)my clothesI
[:T_-] t (noVsee)you c a few minutes B : Yes,but I
lZT_l lt (rain) d thelastthreemonths (always/give)
them backt
ETI We(only/wait) e hewasa youngboy 4 A lsJane (still/look)for a job?
lGT__loiane(not/visit)us f hours B : Yes,unfortunately,
/-d Jameshas beenworkingherefor the lastthree 5 A : What'sthe matter?
months. B: . (lose)my keys

ci:: E=l=#j
6 A
B: He,, (wash)the car
I Lookat the weekendactivities
sentencesaboutyoursellasin the example.
7 A W h a t ' st h a t t e r r i b l en o i s e ?
B: It'sJane,she (rehearse)
h e rs o n gf o r t h e s c h o opl l a ya l la f t e r n o oIn
8 A D i dy o us e eh o w m u c hJ i ma t ea t l u n c h ? never
B: I know,I rarely
(never/see)anyone eat a whole chicken sometimes
before! often
I x**** usuaily
9 A: W h a tt i m es h a l Il p i c ky o u u p ?
B: A r o u n d7 , b e c a u steh e p l a y always

(start)at 7:30
1 0 A : l s M r S a u n d e rsst i l lh e r e ?
B: Yes He (wait)to see
y o u f o r o v e ra n h o u r !

,-pbt ba;el;dl-'
7 Lookat the pictures.
In pairs,usethe adjectives
to i"., with friends
askandanswer questions,
asin theexample.
. hannv
,,-YY/ . hored. srrpssed
. tired . relaxed

,.'-Jiad;ii**" iili"" i^ -i,.il '
!. playing uitar

I sometimes at theweekend.

9 Lookat the changes

in Paul's
diaryfor Monday.
pairsaskandanswer,asin the example.


09:0a breakfastmeetingwith A;d@renFaffiffifr

10:00 i@(Tuesday
3 11:00 interview
4 12:00 lunchwithwifeandmotheiln-law
5 13:A0 (Wednesday
6 | 4:00 seedentist(GP)
@ reade-mail(10:00)
8 | 6:00 meettng withdesigndepartment
9 | 7:A0 flay squashwithJg{ryGatph)

1 A: ls Paulhavinga breakfast meetingwith the

managers at 9:00?
A: HowdoesSimonefeel? B: No,he isn't.He is havinga meetingwith the
B: She
stressed. problems
I thinksheishaving at work. personnel

:f= li===
1 0 Readthe postcardandput theverbsin brackets 12 Lookat thepictures,
thenin pairs
intothe correcttense. manysentences aspossible
of place,

.. "*i.

A Thetableisin frontof thesofa.

Deor Ann, Thelampisonthewall,nextto theflowers.
How ore you?I l) . (write) to you
from lomoica. The hotel 2) (b.)
It's very hot here.We 3) (get) o
greattonlThe kids4) . (hove) a greot
time. They 5) (spend) most of the
doy by the seo. Right now they 5)
(build) o sondcostle.
John,7) (So) fishingwithTim.They
8) (go) ftshingolmosteverydoy. We
9) (notldo) much srghtseeingyeq
but tomorrowwe | 0) (go) on o trip
round the islond.We I I) . (look
forward to) it We 12) . (come)
bock on I 5th August.
Hope you are OK.
Seeyou soon.

a - l . I

U S eO T-F"nv n
" -l't s n
11 Fillin goneto,beentoor beenin.
. Error
Tony has the post office to 0 u y
s o m es t a m p sH e ' l lb e b a c ks o o n
13 Cross
2 Louisehasnever Spainbefore
5 I h a v e n ' st e e nM i k ea l l w e e k H e ' s 1 Jameshasbeenworkedherefor morethan a year
NewYorkon business 2 Thebookshopis overtherenearto the bakery
4 lt's the first time that l've 3 | believe what shedoessays
r e s t a u r a nbtu t l ' l ld e f i n i t e lbye c o m i n gb a c ka g a i n 4 S h eh a sb e e nt o l i v i n gi n L o n d o nf o r t h e l a s tt w o
5 | thought MissStephens was in her office Do you years
know whereshe's 5 We haven'tbeento that restaurant for sincea long
6 Haveyou t h e n e w c i n e m ay e t ? time
7 Sorry I couldn't call you back earlier 6 L a u r ai s b e e n v i s i t i n gh e r g r a n d p a r e n tast t h e
a meetingall afternoon weeKeno
8 We've J i m ' sf l a t t w i c e s i n c eh e 7 Sallyhasfounda beautifulnew flat yet
move0In 8 W h a ta r ey o u b e d o i n gt o m o r r o wn i g h t ?

' WordFormation . KeyWordTransformations

Studythe examples. In eachcasethe secondsentencehas

a similarmeaningto the firstsentence.
-al: (nation + national) )y: (day : i6ily1
-ic: (artist ) arti stic) -ful: (peace--+peaceful)
-ous: (fame--+famous) -less:(hope--+hopeless) i 1 Evehasn'tfounda new flat yet. ti
-y'.(thirst t thirsty) -ive: (effect + effective)
looking Eveis still lookingfor a new flat
Thesuffixes-ful, -lessand -ive can be addedto both 2 Paulstartedworkingheretwo yearsago
nounsand verbsto form adiectives been Paulhasbeenworking herefor two years
3 | havenevervisitedGermanybefore
first This is the first time I have ever visited
Formthe correctadjective
fromthe wordin bold. Germany
4 lt's morethan a monthsinceI saw her
seen I haven'tseenher for morethan a month
It'sa large city in the INDUSTRY
Whendid you redecorate
northof the country
ago How long ago did you redecorate
I d i d n ' tl i k et h e f o o d ,I t h o u g h ti t w a s
a bit too SALT
I haven'tbeenshoppingfor threeweeks
Sam always buys the local
; last I lastwentshopping
threeweeksago :
. newspaper WEEK {., ;
Jane is such an ENERGY
15 Completethe sentences with two to fivewords,
d o i n gs o m e t h i n g
the wordin bold.Do not changethe
Followinga diet and HEALTH meaning of the originalsentence.
gettingplentyof exercise
is the best
way to loseweight 1 Jason
He reallywantedto buythe carbut it finished Jason
was too EXPENSE writingthat reportyet.

Jumpinginto the riverto savethe Shernovedto NewYorkfour yearsago.

younggirlwas sucha HERO living She
t h i n gt o d o in New Yorkfor four years

White-water rafting may be I lastphonedJoea coupleof weeksago

L, .+
;- ^l-^
t) dt)u
exgiting a coupleof weeks

Shewasa . young BEAUTY Whendid you movehouse?

woman ago How
'10 you movehouse?
The dentistpromisedthat the whole $

procedure would be completely Cathystartedlearningltalianfiveyearsago.

PAIN been Cathy
1 ' l He's a . lawyer SUCCESS
in town knowshim Tomalwaysgetsto work on time
late Tom
12 It's to argue with POINT
for work.
him He alwaysdoeswhat he wants
anyway I haven'ttalkedto him for a week
since lt'sa week
last She

' O p e nC l o z e " \,4ultiple

17 Readthe text below,thencirclethe answerA,B,Cor D which

16 Readthe text belowandthinkof the
bestfitseachspace.Thereisan example (0)at the beginning.
wordwhichbestfrtseachsoace. Use
onlyonewordin eachspace. Thereisan
example(0)at thebeginning. Renovating
' :a":' ::'
| ...,,1..,,
,,:.,,11::,:l Houseprices,0) ririg taxes,very rarelygo down, so if you find
1) i n a p o s i t i o nw h e r ey o u n e e dm o r el i v i n gs p a c e2, )
ArchitectFrank Lloyd Wright 0) ft+: designed r e n o v a t i n gM a n yf a m i l i e sn o w a d a yas r e f i n d i n gt h a t t h e i r h o m e sa r e
s e v e r aul n u s u aal n d e y e - c a t c h i nbgu i l d i n g sb,u t too 3) Whether they 4) a secondbathroom,more
Fallingwater, in Pennsylvania, USA, is probably storagespaceor an extra bedroom,a lot of peopleare 5) to
oneof 1) m o s ta m a z i n gd e s i g n sW h e n r e n o v a tteh e i rh o m e si n s t e a d o f b u y i n gs o m e t h i n bg i g g e r
y o u t a k e i n t o c o n s i d e r a t i ot hna t t h i s b u i l d r n g The6) for thistrendare,for the mostpart,financialThecost
wasbuilt2) '1 o f b u y i n ga n e w h o m ea n d t h e p r o b l e mosf m o v i n gh o u s ea r ee n o u g h
936 when the architectwas
nearlyseventy yearsold, it isevenmoreamazing to makeanybodythink twice beforedecidingto relocate Renovating
At 3) glance,the structuremay look a a l l o w sy o u t o s t a yi n y o u r o w n n e i g h b o u r h o oadn d i n y o u r 7 )
little brt 4) a pile of concreLb elocks, h o m ew h i l em a k i n gi t m o r ep r a c t i c aaln dc o m f o r t a b lteo l i v ei n
which is about 5) fall into the stream A l t h o u g h i t i s t e m p t i n gt o 8 ) and do the renovations
below However,the house is a lot safer yoursef, it is alwaysa good ideato 9) a professionalTherewill
6) it looks The large stone slabsare b e t h i n g sy o u h a v e n ' t h o u g h ta b o u t o r l u s t m i g h t n o t b e a w a r eo f ,
s e c u r e l ya n c h o r e dt o t h e h r l l s i d ea, n d t h e s u c ha s s u p p o r t i n sgt r u c t u r e sg ,o v e r n m e nzto n i n gr e g u l a t i o nos r, h o w
h e a v i e s te c t i o ni s a c t u a l lby u i l to n s o l i dg r o u n d t h e s er e n o v a t i o nmsi g h ta f f e c ta n y1 0 ) c h a n g eyso u m i g h tw a n t
7) thoughthe front sectionof the house t o m a k e A p r o f e s s i o nwaill l a l s ob e a b l et o h e l py o u w o r k w i t h i ny o u r
hangs8) the water,it is in no dangerof b u d g e ta n da d v i s e you11) i n s u r a n cree q u i r e m e n t s
c o l l a p s i n ga,s e a c h f l o o r o f t h e b u i l d i n gh a s A n o t h e ra d v a n t a goef r e n o v a t i nigs t h a t w h i l et h e w o r k i s g o i n go n
9) own supportsystemThe front door of y o u c a n u p g r a d e y o u r p l u m b i n g a n d e l e c t r i c acl o n n e c t i o n sa s
t h e h o u s ei s s e t b a c k1 0 ) t h e o u t e rw a l l 12) a sa d d i n gi n s u l a t i o nl t ' sa l s oa g o o dt r m et o 1 3 ) alr
As 11) a s v i s i t o rw
s a l kt h r o u g ht h i sd o o r , c o n d i t i o n i n cge, n t r ahl e a t i n go r a h o m es e c u r i tsyy s t e m
theynoticea balconyin the far corner12) S o ,w h e t h e ry o u w a n t a ' h o m eo f f i c e ' a , ' g r a n n yf l a t ' o r j u s t m o r e
offersa magnificent view of the waterfallThe storage s p a c e1, 4 ) a g o o dl o o ka r o u n dy o u rh o u s et,h e s o l u t i o n
g r o u n df l o o r 1 3 ) c o n t a r nas d i n i n ga r e a m i g h tb e 1 5 ) y o ui n t h e f a c e
and fireplace, aswell ascomfortable placesto sit
14) admire the spectacularscenery
s u r r o u n d i nt g
h e h o u s eF a l l i n g w a t iesrt h e e n v y 0 A such f: like D s o
1 A oneself B themselves C yourselfD your
2 A consider B think C rememberD d o
? A cosy B spacrous C expensive
D cramped
4 A have B buy C use D need
5 A thinking B ehnn<inn C wanting D needing
6 A reasons B m e a nnr9 5 f
Pur PU)c) D findings
7 A real ts n e w C own D only
8 A make B try C frnd D attempt
9 A hire P rent C buy D borrow
1 0 A past B fut ure C old D added
11 A o n E to C over D for
t arrary*7t?/t?.W.tft1,'/4 ??s..,.:'. t z A long B much C soon D well
1 3 A input B install C build D fix
1 4 A make B rry L 0 0 D take
1 5 A seeing B staring C punching D falling


W e u s et h e p a s tc o n t i n u o u s :
' for an actionwhichwas in progress at a statedtime in the past We don't mentionwhen the actionstartedor
finishedAt 8 o'clockthis morninglwasgettinEreadyforwork.
. f o r a n a c t i o nw h i c hw a si n p r o g r e swsh e na n o t h e ar c t i o ni n t e r r u p t eidt W e u s et h e p a s tc o n t i n u o ufso r t h e
actionin progress (longeraction)and the pastsimplefor the actionwhich interruptedit (shorteraction)They
werewalkingto thestationwhentheysawtheaccident
. for two or moresimultaneous actionsin the past Thechildrenwereplayinginthegardenwhiletheirmotherwas
. t o d e s c r i b e t h e a t m o s p h e r e , s e t t i n g e t c a n d t o g i v e b a c k g r o u n d i n f o r m a t iW o nhteonalswt o rkye u p l f o u n d
thesunwasshiningand thetemperature wasrisingfast.Lizwasmakingbreakfast in thekitchenwhile.JohnandSarah
weredrinkingcoffeeon thebalcony.

l,;l l

We use usedto + infinitiveto refer to past habits or states.

s s e dt o c a nb e r e p l a c ebdy t h e p a s ts i m p l ew i t h n o c h a n g ei n m e a n i n g
I n s u c hc a s e u
WhenI wasyounger, I usedto go to Waleson holidayeveryyear.
WhenI wasyounger, I wentto Waleson holidayeveryyear.

Foreachperson, eachof the sentences

Tony,Lyn,SteveandSally, given.Use
usingthe timeexpressions

1 o at the time o sincehe was a youngboy

. b y t h e t i m e h e w a s3 0 . a b o u ts i xm o n t h sa g o

a I first met Tony a Stevecrashedhiscarinto a wall ..

b H ew a sw o r k i n gi n a n l t a l i a nr e s t a u r a n t b H ew a sd r i v i n gh o m e
c H eh a dd r e a m e o d f b e i n ga c h e f . . c The roadswereverydangerous becauseit had
d He plannedto openhisown restaurant b e e ns n o w t n g
d Hesaidhe didn't realise how slipperyit was
= 1... . by the time shearrived. for ages
-l . a coupleof daysago . until9 o'clock . when shewasyounger. for hours
. a coupleof timesa week . lastweek
Lynand I arrangedto go to the cinema
b We had beentalkingabout seeingthe latest a I saw Sallyat the gym
EthanHawkefilm b S h es a i ds h eh a db e e ng o i n g.
c Unfortunately, her busdidn'tarrive c Sheusedto be veryactive ..
d T h ef i l m h a da l r e a dsyt a r t e d. . , d lt wasgoodto seeherandwe talked


2 Fillin the correctpasttenseof the verbsin brackets. 5 Underline word.

1 A: What (you/do)yesterday? W e h a d j u s t / l a t e l yf i n i s h e de a rn g w i e n l h e y
B: | (play)squashwith Pete arrived
2 A. (you/speak) to Kate? Were you watching the French film on TV
B : N o ,s h e ( s l e e pw
) h e nI c a l l e d earlier/before?
He had beenworkingthere since/fortwo and a
3 A : 5 u el o o k e dr e a l l yt i r e dy e s t e r d adyi,d n ' ts h e ? h a l fy e a r s
B: Yes,she (study)all
She had already/yetwritten the letter when he
n i g h tf o r t h e e x a m c a l l e dh e r
4 A: When ( y o u / m e e tP) h i l ? The companywas previously/beforehand run by
B : A c o u p l eo f y e a r sa g o ,w e thegovernment
(not/ live)hereverylongat the time 6 T h et e a mh a d n ' tl o s ta g a m eu n t i l / y e tl a s tw e e k
Shelately/recently movedto London
5 A: (you/be)ill lastweek?
8 We had never/everbeentherebefore
B: Yes,| (have)a really
9 Hewasalways/stilllivingat homewith hisparents
b a dc o l da l lw e e k
t h i st i m e l a s ty e a r
6 A : l ' m r e a l l yh a p p yT o mg o t t h a tj o b 10 H e m a d e d i n n e ra f t e r / f o l l o w i n gh e g o t h o m e
B : I know,he ( l o o k )f o r a g e s fromwork
7 4 . Why wereyou late?
6 Usethe promptsbelowto askandanswer
B : O h ,J e n n y
questions, Youmayuseyour
asin the example.
(still/get)readyat 9 o'clock
own ideasaswell.
8 A : (you/still/watch)
the film at 1 o'clock?
B : N o .i t (finish)by then

3 about yourself.
Completethe sentences

1 T w om o n t h sa g o ,w h i l eI
2 W h e nI w a sa y o u n gc h i l d I,
3 D u r i n gm y l a s th o l i d a yI ,
4 On my firstdayat school,I
5 LastSaturday, afterI

4 Thelntercity pierlastnight.
Lookat the pictureandput the verbsin the list
intothe pastcontinuousto describewhateach
personwasdoingat the time,asin the example.
r look r climb. readr holdo wofk . search
t h e r a i ns t a r t- d r i v et o M u n i c h- p u l lo v e r- w a i t
ro srop
A: Whatwereyou doingwhentherainstarted?
@ M r J o h n s o/na t t h e w a t e r B: lwasdrivingto Munich.
@ Mrs Smith/ the stalrs A: Whatdidyoudo?
S h e i l a/ a b o o k B: I pulledoverandwaitedforit to stop.
@ A m a n/ o n h i sl a P t o P the storm hlt - watch TV/livingroom - close/
comPuter shutters
a Mr Smith/ in hisbriefcase t h e a c c i d e nht a p p e n e-d d r i n ka c u po f c o f f e e / ian
a / a newspaper
.loyce c a f e- r rr n o r r f s i dteo h e l o
the President arrived - wait outside the
Presidential Palace - wave/myflag
the fire broke out - work/in my office- run to/
rrn<hpd infn fhp nipr Alr
emergency exit
at the - r e a da b o o k - h i d e
t h e e a r t h q u a k he a p p e n e d
u n d e rt h e t a b l e
7 Lookat the pictures'and
the prompts,thenmake 8 Puttheverbsin b'ackets
up sentencesusingpasttenses,
asin theexample. tense.

1 W h i l eI ( p u t )r h e c h i l d r e n
t o b e d ,t h e p h o n e ( r ing )
2 S h ew a sn e r v o ubs e c a u sseh e
(wait) a weekto hearif she
(get)the tob
3 Yesterday, I ( b e )a t r i e c : s
s t o pw h e n a f r i e n d (drive)
by and (offer)me a lii
4 We (see)the film lastweekero
but I (not/enjoy)it at aril
work 5 l (not/see)her since she
whenherdadleftforwork. (move)to her new flai
herdadleftforwork. 6 Where (you/be)lastnight?
herdadleftforwork. (stand) outside the
theatrefor two hours!
| . (know)she
(cry)because hereyeswerered,
8 After he (work) as a waiter
i n a n l t a l i a nr e s t a u r a nf ot r t e n y e a r sh e q u i t h i sj o b
and (open)a coffeeshop

9 Compare the pictures.

Whatdid peopleuseto have
in the past?Whatdo we havenowadays? Usethe
is sister/cal
I him promptsandthe pictures to makesentences,
o olortriritrr r rlnthp< r fr rrnit'rro . rnmnr rforc
r d e c o r a t i o n so t p l p n h o n e s


nner lamps.Nowadays, wehave

10 Whatdidyouuseto do/didn'tuseto do during

yoursummer lastyear?Choose
holiday fromthe
listandmakeup sentences.
o getup late. spendtimewithyourfriends
. go swimming . sunbathe
. readbooks
. eatout at restaurants
fence I usedtogetuplate.
11 Circle
tense, (0).
asintheexample 12 Matchthetwo halves
of thesentencesin columns
A andB.Then,makesentences byjoiningthem
usingthe wordswhen/while/so/asor

llT-] Janewasworkingon thecomputer

l2Tl I haven't
FTI Hehasbeenliving
in Cuba
ETI Shewastryingto bakea cake
ETI ttookmyumbrella
ETI we weretoo tiredto qo out

B a tho nvon r:lnht firo

b we stayedin and orderedpizza

c T i mw a sm a k i n gd i n n e r
d i t L o o k eldi k ei t w a sg o i n gt o r a i n
e 6 months
f I w a s 1 8 y e a r so l d

U s eo'f 'F" Jn" ' o l i s h

and therewasn'ta cloudin the sky Evenbetter,it was
. KeyWordTransformations
t h e f i r s td a yo f t h e s u m m e rh o l i d a yasn d I 2 )
forwardto it for weeks Everyyear,on the first day of
t h e h o l i d a y s| 3 )
Studythe examples.
In eachcasethe second sentence
to the beachwith my
f r i e n d sb, u t t h a t w a s l a t e ra n d t h e r ew a s n o r u s h F o r
hasa similar
to thefirstsentence.
t h e t i m e b e i n gI j u s t4 ) t h e c h a n c et o h a v e !1)t!ii!r!.rlHEfilrldsFsrN:.iiiElt

a i i ei n A f t e rl g o t u p a n da s| 5 ) c o f f e et,h e i:ij,iirlr!aiiilr.;i'qlttlfr+f,111i1ii.!1r-d:Erii;1ri!in,i+iiri,;Yi
1 J o h n. l o i n etdh e c o m p a n sy i xm o n t h sa g o .
t e i e p h o n rea n g l t w a sm y f r i e n dA m y ,s h e6 )
has J o h nh a sb e e nw o r k i n gf o r t h e c o m p a n y
thatthe weathew r a s g o i n gt o b e b a dt h a t a f t e r n o o n
for sixmonths
We 7) i i t h o u g hb e c a u s e i t w a s s u c ha
perfectday, so we arrarged to rneet an hour later 2 W h e nw e w e r ec h i l d r e nD, a dw o u l dt a k e u s t o t h e
However,JUstas I left the housea huge blackcloud p a r ko n S u n d a ay f t e r n o o n s
8) o n t h e h o r i z o na n d f i v em i n u t e sl a t e ri t used Dad used to take u s t o t h e p a r k o n
9) w i t h r a i n I c o u l d n 'bt elieve m y l u c k ,t h e Sunday afternoons, when we were
w e a t h e r1 0 ) f a n t a s t iac l l m o n t ha n d t h e n children,
o n t h a t d a yo f a l ld a y si,t r a i n e d 3 When I went to Francelastsummer,it was the first
time I hadeverbeenabroad
never I had neverbeen abroaduntil I went to
F r a n c lea s ts u m m e r
0 Awas being S)was C u s e dt o b e
4 H o w l o n gi s i t s i n c ew e w e n t t o t h e c i n e m a ?
1 A w a ss h i n i n g B s h o n e C h a ds h o n e
last W h e nd i d w e l a s tg o t o t h e c i n e m a ?
2 A looked B h a db e e nl o o k i n gC w a sl o o k i n g
3 A h a dg o n e B w a sg o i n g C went 5 | d r d n ' ct a l lh e ru n t i lI h a ds p o k e nt o S t e v e
4 A hadenjoyed B enjoyed C hadbeenenloying before I spoketo StevebeforeI calledher
5 A w a sm a k i n g B h a db e e nm a k i n gC h a dm a d e 6 I had neverbeento that restaurant before
6 A w a sh e a r i n g B h e a r d C h a dh e a r d first It was the first time I had beento that
7 A d i d n ' tb e l i e v eB w e r e n ' tb e l i e v i nC
g h a d n ' tb e l i e v e d restaurant
'ir., ,f
8 A w a sa p p e a r i nBg h a da p p e a r e d C a p p e a r e d '\,i
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9 A h a dp o u r e d B w a sp o u r i n g C u s e dt o p o u r
10 A h a db e e n B was C w a sb e i n g

13 Completethesentences
withtwoto fivewords, 8 Johnwasworkingveryhardlatelyat that time.
thewordsin bold.Donotchangethe 9 I was left the buildingafter everybodyelse had
meaningof theoriginalsentence. gone
1 0 The kitchenwas being redecorated for yesterday
Davidstartedstudyingheretwo yearsago afternoon
been David
two years
' WordFormation
We didn't leavethe houseuntil everybodyWAS
before We waited until evervonewas ready
the house.
WhenJasonwasyoungerhe workedin NewYork
antl-: agarnst,preventing(antibacterial)
used Jason
bi-: two (bilingua9
in NewYorkwhen he wasyounger
co-: with, together,mutual (co-educational)
We had neverbeento that cinemabefore inter-: between,among (intercontinental)
time lt mis-: wrongly,badly,not (misinformed)
h a db e e nt o t h a t c i n e m a mono-: one(monolingual)
Rosehasn'tpaidher rentyet. multi-: many(multicultural)
still Rose . . .. renr
Whendid you leaveschool?
since How long is it 1 5 Form
fromthewordin bold.
1 After the earthquake,the
l'd neverseensucha closerace
governmentaskedfor helpfrom
ever lt wasthe
the .. .. community, NATIONAL
s e en .
2lt is a(n) . event, ANNUAL
It'sthreeyearssinceI went awayon holiday held in May and November
have I eachyear.
on holidayfor threeyears 3 T h e yb u i l ta n e w RAIL
It was the first time she had given a speechin throughthe centreof town
public 4 Natashawas wearinga bright
never She Jumper COLOURED
a speechin publicbefore 5 Makeyourselfclearso that you
. LrrorLorrection Therunners sprintedaroundthe
track in a(n,) CLOCKWISE
14 Cross
sentence. direction.
Hethankedeverybody andsaid
1 He hadalwaysbeenwantedto be a singer that they had all been very
2 Laurahad beenworkingtherefor a coupleof years OPERATIVE
ago. The governmenthas decided
3 We were trying to be quiet becauseSarahwas to start a(n) SMOKING
beingasleep c a m p a t g nt o m a k e p e o p l e
4 | haven'tneverboughtanynew CDsrecently aware of the danger of
5 | would usedto go therewhen I was younger smoking
6 We were hungryso we had decidedto phonefor a Most collegenewslettersare
ptzza. published WEEKLY
7 They movedto the countryside sincethree years 10 The Mayor has been accused
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C..o en"nel
Vakingthe riqhl rrtove Gabrielle"Coco" Chanel 0) kvdr$ born in Saumur, Southern
M o v i n gh o u s e0 ) l S a nu p s e t t i n eg x p e r i e n c e F r a n c e a n d w a s 1 ) . . . . . . . . . .u. p i n a F r e n c h o r p h a n a g e .S h e
W h e n y o u m o v ey o u a r e 1 ) , . . . , . . . o n l y b e c a m e a n i n n o v a t i v ed r e s s d e s i g n e r2 l . . . . . . . . . .r.u l e d o v e r
l e a v i n gy o u r h o m e b u t y o u a r e a l s o l e a v i n g Parisianhigh fashion for almost six decades.At age 30 she
your neighbourhood, friends, familiar 3) .........a . . t i n y h a t s h o p a n d q u i c k l ya d d e d s w e a t e r ss, h i r t s
s u r r o u n d i n gasn d , 2 ) s o m ec a s e s , and accessories.Withinfive years her simple and comfortable
your family You 3) be well designs attractedthe 4) ...........of influentialwealthy women.
organized The best way to do this is H e r s t y l ew a s a r e f r e s h i n g c h a n g e5 ) . . . . . . . . .t.h. e c o n f i n i n ga n d
4) .. m a k i n gl i s t s :l i s t so f t h i n g sy o u tight-fittingcorsetsand long dresseswith petticoatsof the time.
w a n t t o k e e p s, e l lo r t h r o w 5 ) . . . , a n dl i s t s She 6) jersey dresses, bell-bottomtrousers, trench
of thingsyou haveto do, suchas6) coats, turtlenecksweatersand the classic "littleblack dress".
v n r r r r r t i l i i i a qr r r t n f f Costume jewelleryas well as bobbed hair are also credited
As difficult7) movingis for you, 7 ) . . . . . . . . . . .C h a n e l . T r a d i t i o n a lC h a n e l a c c e s s o r i e si n c l u d e
it is just as bad, 8) not worse,for m u l t i p l es t r a n d s 8 ) . . . . . . . . . .p. e a r l s a n d g o l d c h a i n s , q u i l t e d
y o u r c h i l d r e na n d p e t s l t i s a 9 ) handbagsand sling-backpumps in ivorywith blacktoes.At the
harderfor them to understand why they have 9 ) . . . . . . . . . o. .f h e r c a r e e r ,C h a n e l1 0 ) . . . . . . . . . 3
. ., 5 0 0p e o p l e ,T h e
t o m o v ea n d t h e y 1 0 ) not know e m p i r e 1 1 ) . . . . . . . . . .a. f a s h i o n h o u s e , a t e x t i l e b u s i n e s s ,a
w h a t t o e x p e c t1 1 ) i s a g o o di d e a costumejewelleryworkshop,and perfume laboratorieswhere
to take them to their new neighbourhood t h e f a m o u s p e r f u m eC h a n e l N o . 5 w a s 1 2 ) . . . . . . . . . . . C h a n e l
before you move and show 12) r e t i r e di n 1 9 3 8 b u t 1 3 ) . . . . . . . . . .i .n 1 9 5 4 t o i n t r o d u c ea n o t h e r
t h e i rn e w h o m e c l a s s i ct,h e c a r d i g a ns u i t .T o d a y ,C h a n e l1 4 ) . . . . . . . . .t.o. b e o n e
When you first moveinto your new home, o f t h e m o s t p r e s t i g i o u s1 5 ) . . . . . . . . . .i.n t h e w o r l d o f f a s h i o n ,
makean effortto 13) to know your fragrances,and cosmetics.
n e i g h b o u ras n d e n c o u r a g e y o u r c h i l d r e nt o
b r i n gt h e i r n e w c l a s s m a t ehso m e O n c ey o u
havestarted14) makefriends,you Offiwas B is C have D be
w t l lf e e lm o r e1 5 ) lAgrown Braised Clived Dbrought
h o m ea n d ,b e f o r e
y o u k n o w i i , y o u ' l lh a v ef o u n d a n o t h e rp l a c e 2Awhich Bwhom Cwho Dwhose
t h a t y o uw i l l b e s a dt o l e a v eb e h i n d l 3 A s t a r t e d B b e g a n C r e p l a c e d D o p e n e d
4 A attention B affectlon C aid D assistance
5Ainto Bfrom Cwith Dfor
6 A f o r m e d B s h a p e d C l n t r o d u c e d D a n n o u n c e d
T { f o r B b y C t o D o f
S A a b o u t B o f C f o r D a c r o s s
9 Atop B height C head D point
10 A employed B worked C used D bossed
11 Aincluded Bembraced Cgrouped Dsurrounded
12 A forged B imagined C created D revised
13 A returned B reviewed C restored D repLaced
14 A persists B continues C maintains D proceeds
15 A types B kinds C names D forms

l l r l l l l l L l l ] ]i i l i l l [ ] r i i r [ ] r L i i r L D I r i ' I L : i r r r 4 l ' , N r n r ! , , , ! , , .
Revision 13 He'sthe mostboringpersonwe've . . met
A never C sometimes
B yet D ever
18 Circle
Shehad neverbeento poland ..
I what you mean but there must be an A yet C already
easierway to dealwith the situation B still D before
A amseeing C haveseen 1 5 S h ew a s h a v i n gd i n n e r h e rh u s b a n cda l r e o
B see D havebeenseeing
A since C when
2 Sandra for a new flat for ages,but shestill B while D after
h a s n ' ft o u n da n y t h i n g
1 6 H o wl o n g y o u b e e nw a i t i n gf o r t h e b u s ?
A looks C haslooked
A are C were
B i sl o o k i n g D h a sb e e nl o o k i n g
B have D will
3 At thistime lastyear,they in Liverpool
A h a ds t u d i e d C study
B werestudying D arestudying
4 In thosedayshe usually
19 Fillinthemissing
to college,but on
that occasion he took the bus 1 T h i sm o r n i n gj,u s t a s I leaving the
A i sw a l k i n g C w a sw a l k i n g h o u s et,h e t e l e p h o n rea n g
B walks D walked 2 WhenPaulwasyounger,he to play
5 A s m a l ls t r e a mr u n s . t h e m i d d l eo f t h e rugbyfor the countyteam
village 3 How . haveyou beenworkingin the
A across through caf6?
B over D among 4 monththeytravelledto praguefor
the weekend
6 My houseis on West Road, . the football
5 S h eh a d j o g g i n gi n t h e p a r ks o s h e
A opposite C over
6 I didn't see Sam at the gym, he must have left
B along D against
. we arrived
7 Where on holidaylastyear? 7 | haven'theardfrom her she left
A wereyou going C d i dy o u g o thecompany
B haveyou been D d i dy o u u s e dt o g o 8 S h ew a s n ' th u n g r yb e c a u sseh eh a d. ..
8 Recently,
we . to the gym everynight after eaten.
WOTK 9 Theywaited . . everyonehad arrived
A went C h a v eb e e ng o i n g b e f o r et h e ya n n o u n c etdh e i re n g a g e m e n t
B weregoing D h a dg o n e 10 l-'lewas drivingto work he ran out
of petrol
9 | was . ., . eatingbreakfastwhen the postman
11 . y o u c o m i n gw i t h u st o n i g h t ?
a parcel.
1 2 Haveyou ever to France?
A already C before 1 3 Theirproductionincreases day
B yet D still
1 4 Thejourneyhad beenverypleasant
Charlieand Stan. . . eachothersincetheywere a womansittingbehindme startedto shout
children. 1 5 It'sa month sheleft for ltaly
A know C haveknown 1 6 What have you been doing
B were knowing D usedto know morning?
1 1 N o b o d yh a s . 1 7 I w a sb a k i n ga p i e T o mw a ss e t t i n g
t o l d m e t h e t r u t h a b o u tt h e
accident t h et a b l e
A never 18 He has travelledby boatonce
C ever
19 Theyhave . repaired the roof.
B still D yet
20 IsMary workingfor BTXMotors?
12 He hasbeenstudyingFrench i999
A from C in
B since D just



We usethe future continuous:

. for acttonswhichwill be in progress at a statedfuturetime I'mgoingonholidaytoSpain.Thistimenextweekl'll be
Iyingin thesun.
. f o r a c t i o nw
s h i c hw i l l d e f i n i t e lhya p p e ni n t h e f u t u r ea st h e r e s u lot f a routine
rc or arrangementlwill beplaying
. when we askpolitelyaboutsomeone's plansfor the nearfuture Willyoubedrivingto thepartytonight? Would
you beableto givemea lift? l:',, . r:

Theywill havearrivedin Londonby5 o'clock.

Note:until/tillareonly usedin negativesentences: Shewill

Shewillhavefrnishedthereportby 6.30.(NOTw+'i$lt4#e#)


Future Perfect ContinuoUS(wirhavebeen+ present


We usethe future perfectcontinuous:

o to emphasise the durationof an actionup to a certaintime in the fuiure ByJune,
thisschoolfor fifteenyears.


' The
s future perfect
ruLurv p continuous
t r rr c L L L U t t L t I l u u u 5 tis
5 e u with by
wlLIl D y ..". for
". T or

', i: . .':
,l, ..1:_. .'..,r,

a. Putthe verbsin brackets

intothe correcttense b. Whichtenseformwasusedin parta to talk
to describe
the future. about:

Tomorrownight my friendSophieis comingto visitme. Her a timetables/programmes ...

train 1) ... (arrive)at sixo,clockand sinceI o actionswhich will have finishedbeforea stateo
2) (still/work) at that time, we futuretime
3) . .. (meet)in the citycentreat sevenl'm a fixedarrangement in the nearfuture
sure that we 4) (have) dinner at d an action which will be in progressat a stated
Gianni'sbecausewe alwaysseemto end up there.By the futuretime .
time we have finished eating I guess that Sophie e predictionbasedon what we know
5)...... ... .. (persuade m)e t o t a k e h e r t o t h e
cinemabecausethere'sa film that shewantsto see

2 Complete
by fillingin willor be
eachexchange 4 Underline
the correcttenseform.

We will start the meetingas soon as everyone

1 A: Whatareyoudoingthisafternoon? arrives/willarrive
B: I meetJessfor a coffee.
Would I expectwe are being/will be there in another
y o u l i k et o c o m e ?
n o u ro r s o
2 A Didyou remembermy book? 5 If you need/willneedanymorehelp,just askBob.
B : Oh no, sorry | . give it to you 4 Joycewon't be able to come unlessshe has
tomorrow finished/willhavefinishedheressay
I doubt whetheryou are/will be ableto find it if
3 A : We haven'tgot anybread
you don't askherto drawyou a map.
B : O K ,I g o a n dg e t a l o a f
Do you thinkyou'llseeKeithwhenyou are/willbe
4 A M e l i ss t u d y i n g m e d i c i n ei s, n ' ts h e ? at work?
B : Yes,she be a doctorwhen she
f i n i s h ecso l l e g e
5 A : What ......(you) wear 5 Putthe verbsin brackets into the futuresimple,
futurecontinuousor futureperfecf,asin the
to the party?
B : I don't know,probablymy blackdress

6 A : It'sverycoldtoday,isn'tit? a By Monday morning, Kelly will have written

B : Yes,l'm sureit snow (write)her Historyessay
b Kellycan't come with us on Sundaybecause
7 A It turnsout that I cancomeafterall.
shevylllbewriting(write) her Historyessay
B : Oh excellent,| . . see you on
Fridaythen 2 a l ' m s u r ew e (win) the match
this afternoon
8 A : I don't want to missthe startof the play.
b lf we do, thenwe . . .. . . (win) our last
B : It'sOK lf we leavenow,we be
t h e r eo n t i m e
3 a He . . (work)all dayon Saturday
9 A : Watchoutl You . burnyourself
b ByJanuaryhe (work) therefor
B : O h ,I d i d n ' tr e a l i steh e o v e nw a ss t i l lo n
1 0 A : l s S u ed r i v i n gi n t ot o w n ?
4 a She (clean)the housebefore
B : Yes,I'm sureshe giveyou a lift
J a c ka n dS a l l ya r r i v e
if you askher.
b She . . . (clean)for ages because
it's reallyuntidy
3 a. Dr Saunders
isthe headof the politics
departmentat a smallcollege.
Lookat the 5 a lf Angela can get some time off work, we
calendarwhichshowshisarrangements for the .. (fly)to Parisfor the weekend
nextfew months,thenmakeup sentences, as p lf Angelagets time off work, at this time on
in theexamole. Fridaywe (fly)to Parrs

6 a Do you think we (finish)the

h a v ea m e e t i n gw i t h o t h e r reporttoday?
lecturers in the department b Definitely, if we work hardwe
fly to New Yorkfor a conference (finish)it by threeo' clock
finishwriting articlefor Politics

l e a v ef o r c l i m b i n gh o l i d a iyn i h e
LakeDistrict 6 Choose
itemA, B,Cor D.
h o s td i n n e rp a r t yt o w e l c o m e
I d o n ' tk n o ww h e nh e
A comes C i sc o m i n g
B w i l lc o m e D will havecome
havinga meeting
in the
onJune17th. B yA u g u s t N
, i n a. E n g l i sfho r s i xy e a r s
A i ss t u d y i n g C is goingto study
b. Nowmakeyourown calendar for the nextfew B will study D w i l l h a v eb e e ns t u d y i n g
months,andtellthe class.
l ' v eg o t p l a n sf o r t h i sw e e k e n d| . . t o D u b l i n
A w i l lb e g o i n g C w i l l9 o
8 Putthe verbsin brackets
intothe correcttense
B g o D amgoing
4 Youcan'tgo out in thisweatheryou a colo
A w i l lc a t c h C a r ec a t c h i n g
B catch D aregoingto catch
B y t h i st i m e n e x tm o n t h ,h e . i n t h i sa r e af o r
ten years
A w i i l h a v eb e e nl i v i n g C w i l l l i v e
B w i l lb e l i v i n g D lives
C a n y o u h e l p m e t i d y t h e l i v i n gr o o m ?J i l l
o v e rt h i se v e n i n g
A i sc o m i n g C w i l lc o m e
B comes D is goingto come
He hisprojectby Monday
A flnishes C w i l lb ef i n i s h i n g
B i sf i n i s h i n g D w i l l h a v ef i n i s h e d
I think I a partynextweekendWho shallI
A am having C have
B am to have D will have

9 You'dbettertakeyour raincoatlt
A w i l lr a i n C w i l l h a v er a i n e d
B i s g o i n gt o r a i n D rains
10 We mustfinishpackingWe earlytomorrow
A leave C w i l ll e a v e
B a r el e a v i n g D a r eg o i n gt o l e a v e
9 Usean appropriatefuture tenseto completethe
that Anna might actuallysay,as in the
7 a. lmagineit is NewYear'sEve.Writedownfive examples.
resolutionsfor the comingyear.
1 Shehearsa weatherreportpredictingsunshine
" lts goingta bea be.autiful
day "
2 Herfriendsayshe feelshot
"l'!lapenawinrlaw "
3 Herbossasksherwhen shewill finishthe report
4 S h ei sc a t c h i n tgh e 8 o ' c l o c kt r a i nt o M a n c h e s t e r .
"My train
5 S h e h a s a r r a n g e dt o h a v el u n c hw i t h h e r f r r e n d
Amy tomorrowafternoon
" A m ya n dI
6 Someone asksheraboutherplansfor the weekeno
"At thistime on Saturday,

5 h ei s g o i n gt o t h e c i n e m ab u t s h ei s l a t ea n ds h e
isworriedthat she'llmissthe startof the film
lh goingtosave
money. "Bythe time I get there,
b. In pairs,try to guesseachother,sresolutions. S o m e o n ae s k sh e rh o w l o n gs h eh a sb e e nl i v i n gi n
A:Areyougoingtocutdownonsweets? "By nextAugust,| . .
B;lVo. etc
10 Fillinthecorrect
tense. 12 Formcomplete sentences
by matching
the items
ll below,asin the example.
tt youanswer
I tT-e-l a question
ETI tt it rainstomorrow,
t'm writinEto tell you all l:Tl [tt go to themarketbeforework
aboutmy plansf or the ETI trshepasses herexams,
summer.|m very excited!t ETI yougeta t O%discount
think it 1) (be) the lGTl Jounwillgetyoua ticket
bestsummerever! DTI Hecan'tsleep
rhis July,I 2) ETI tt youthrowsomething in thealr,
(travel) to Mexico.As soon a if I getupearly enough
ds | 3) (receive) b shewillgoto college in September
this month's pay check,t c if yougiveherthemoney
4) . . . (bool<) my tickets and I d gravity bringsit backdownto Earth
s) . . (alsolbuy) somenew e yougettwo polnts
summerclothes.uopefully,t f if youpayin cash
6) (have) enoughmoneyleft g thegamewillbecancelled
over to buy a new cameraas well, h if hedrinkscoffeein theafternoon
' because
I am sure I 7) . . (see)lots
a question yougettwopoints.
of interesting thingsduringmy trip.
on 4th August,I 8) . (have) a big 13 a. Rickisambitious andismakingplansfor the
party at my house,because it is my 30th birthday. future.Lookat the thingsthat hesayshewill
It 9) (be) great,with lots of brilliant bedoingor will havedoneby thetimehe is35.
musicand tasty food. I hopeyou 10).. Makesentences, asin the example.
Well, t've got a lot to do, so t 11) (say) ,, . workasa senior manager
goodbyef or now. I 12) . . (write) again fora large
when t 13) .. .(get back) f rom ntexicoto tell ,i." .becomeamulti-millionaire
you all about it! . marry hisgirlfriend,
with love, o liveina large
Lucy inthesuburbs of London

fora largecompany.

b. Writefivesentencesdescribing whatyouwill
havedoneor will be doingin ten years'time.

14 Matchthe itemsin Column A with the itemsin

ColumnB in orderto makecorrectType0
11 Fillinif or unless. conditional
sentences,asin theexample.

1 Youwiil catcha cold you weara warm C o l u m nA C o l u m nB

FTFI boilwater a it becomesice
2 it's nice and warm, we will go for a
ETI add four and two b it evaporates
p r c nr c
l3Tl m i xb l u ea n dy e l l o wp a i n t c it melts
3 sheworks harder,shewon't passthe put water in the freezer
lZTl d it sinks
examS you get green
iSTl leaveicecreamin the sun e
4 | w i l l i n v i t eJ o h nt o t h e p a r t y . . . I s e eh i m you get six
ETI dropa brlckin water f
5 l ' m n o t g o i n gt o s p e a kt o h e r. s h es a y s
sherssorry 1- b lf youboilwater,
it evaporates.
a i A
l i . l i r l li ll l j l i l r r r i L r r r : l
1 5 Complete
Type0 orType1 3 lf we leaverightaway,I cangiveyou a lift
conditionals. provided
' ':: n'u" '.'
1 If you haven'tgot enoughmoney, 1": ll ,isr,t
4 He has arrangedto leavework at four o'clock
2 l f y o us e eC a r l a , tomorrowafternoon
3 W e ' l lm i s st h e p l a n e ts He
4 lcemelts at four o'clocktomorrowafternoon
5 lf the weatheris good, 5 Takea coatwith you, it mightbe coldlater
6 Theywill be havinga party Takea coatwith you
. . coldlater

Useof English . ErrorCorrection

. KeyWordTransformations 17 Cross
1 I'm goingto moveinto my new flat the nextweek.
Studythe examples.
In eachcase,the secondsenrence 2 Takesomeextramoneyin the caseyou needit.
hasa similar
to thefirstsentence. 3 Unlessyou do your homework,you will not be in
My parentssaidI couldgo to the partybut I hadto be 4 She'sgoingto stayin, in caseher parentswill call
h o m eb y m i d n i g h t 5 lf you dropa coinin water,it will sinks
long My parentssaidi couldgo to the partyas 6 Beforewe will leave,I want to changemy shirt
l o n ga s l w a s h o m eb y m i d n i g h t 7 By the end of the week, I will havebeingstarted
T a k ey o u rm o b i l ep h o n ew i t h y o u I m i g h tn e e dt o c a l l my newJob
you rarer 8 A s l o n ga s y o u w i l l b r i n gi t b a c k you can
case Takeyour mobilephonewith you in caseI borrowthe car
needto callyou later 9 Thistime nextmonth,I will havebe relaxing on the
N/umwill be homesoon,so we'd bettercleanup this
1 0 | w o n d e rw h e t h e rH e l e nw i l l h a v ec o m e t o t h e
is We'd better clean up this messbecause
m u m i s g o i n gt o b e h o m es o o n
' WordFormation
Youcanborrowmy dictionary tonightbut I will needit
b a c kt o m o r r o wm o r n i n g
provided You can borrow my dictionarytonight
providedyou give it backto me tomorrow interest- interested
morntng fascinate- fascinating
accept- acceptable
lf you don't studyharder,you won't passthe exam
sense - sensible
unless Youwon't passthe examunlessyou study
1 8 Formthe correctadjectivefromthe wordin bold.
1 He'snot a goodteacherHislessons
16 Complete the sentences
with two to fiveworos, arevery BORE
the wordsin bold.Do not changethe Art expertsargueabouthow
meaning of theoriginal
sentence. . . t h e p a i n t i n gi s . VALUE
I c o u l dh e a rt h e . voices EXCITE
1 lf youdon'ttelluswhatthe problem
of thechildrep n l a y i n gi n t h e p a r k
Billwill takecareof it; he'svery
unless Wecan'thelpvou
what the problemis.
5 T h ei s l a n di s ACCESS
I canlendyou the moneybut you mustgiveit back 6 Thatwas a really FRIGHTEN
to me by the weekend experience I
long I c a nl e n dy o ut h e m o n e y D i dy o u k n o wt h a t M r J a c k s oinsa
. it backto me by the weekend policeofficer? RETIRE

t i ", i,.tlirii':
. OpenCloze . M ultiple
19 Readthetextbelowandthinkof the Readthe text below,thencirclethe answerA, B,C or D which
wordwhichbestfitseachspace. Use bestfitseachspace.
Thereisan example (0)at the beginning.
onlyoneword in eachspace.Thereis an
example(0)at the beginning.

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h a tt h e
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VVIIgItrd) D Despite
12) in water sports Scuba diving, 3 A by B to C for D o f
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13) .. t h e w o r l d W h a t e v eyr o u r r e a s o n s 5 A away B off C along D u p
14) c o m i n gt o T a h i t yi o u a f e b o u n dt o 6 A off B up C t o D down
b e c h a r m e db y t h i s s t u n n i n gi s l a n da n d i t s 7 A more B many C much D most
u n i q u e m i x t u r eo f F r e n c ha n d 5 o u t h p a c i f i c 8 A have B has C had D having
c u l t u r e sM o s tt o u r i s t fsi n dt h a t o n ev i s i ti sn e v e r 9 A does B comes C has D goes
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1 2 A need B rnust C require D can
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1 4 A middle B centre C medium n
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1 5 A to B -+
O L C for D with
Revision(Unitsl-3) 1 4 W i l ly o u y o u rc a rt o n i g h t ?
A haveused C used
thecorrect B be using D use
21 item.
15 Thefilm. .. at6o,clock
Oil . on water A will start C is starting
A is floating C hasfloated B starts D wjll be starting
B hasbeenfloating D floats 1 6 D o n ' tw o r r y. . . . . B i l li s l a t et o n i g h t H e , l b
l ew r t n
2 |. to Joe'sflat oncebefore me.
A o n l yg o C haveonlybeen A when C if
B a m o n l yg o i n g D haveonlybeengoing B unless D a s l o n ga s
3 She playing
c o m p u t egr a m e s 1 7 O h d e a r |; . . . h i sn a m e
A is loving C loves A will forget C had forgotten
B hasloved D hasbeenloving B haveforgotten D forgotten
E m i l yr e m e m b e r s Ben at the party last 1 8 Theyhavebeenmarried sixteenyears
month A since C through
A seeing C haveseen B during D for
B to see D seen 1 9 H e. . . o f b u y i n ga s e c o n d - h a nc da r
R o bg o t r nt h e c a ra n d . away A thinks C i st h i n k i n g
A drove C had driven B w i l lt h i n k D w i l jb et h i n k i n g
B was driving D drives
They for about twenty minutes when
Murphyscoredthe firstgoal 22 Fillinthemissing
A played C had beenplaying
B wereplaying 1 D o n ' tc a l lm e o n S u n d a yb e c a u sIe .. oe
D usedto play
studyingfor my exam
Hewon't havecome sixo,clock. 2 | wonder John will be at the party
A when C until tonight
B while D before 3 We are . . . . . t o t h e c i n e m at o n i g h t W h y
WhenI wasa child,we . swimmingeveryday don't you comewith us?
A weregoing C had gone 4 t h e e n d o f t h i s m o n t h ,l , l l h a v eb e e n
B u s e dt o g o D h a db e e ng o i n g workingherefor two years
5 Will you be able helpme paintmy
I d o u b tw h e t h e w
r e t h e w o r kt h i sm o r n i n g
a p a r t m e nt th i sw e e k e n d ?
A a r ef i n i s h i n g C w i l lf i n i s h 6 This . next week, we will be flyingto
B finish D havefinished
10 Did you know that Hannah forty next 7 P i c km e u p a t 7 p m ,I w i l l . f i n i s h e dm y
October? homeworkby then.
A i sg o i n gt o b e C w i l lb e 8 We havinglunchwith Colintoday.
B will havebeen D n a 5D e e n 9 | won't going away on holidaythis
1 1 l f s h es e e sM a r k ,s h e year I can'taffordit
him the good news
A tells 1 0 | c a n ' t b e l i e v et h a t m y D a d w i l l . 72
i st e l l i n g
B willteli yearsold thisyear
D w i l lb e t e l l i n g
1 1 S h e ' s. . , forgetting t o t u r n h e rc o m p u t e r
1 2 | d o n ' tt h i n kw e ' l lb e a b l et o l i f t i t someone off
e l s eh e l p su s
12 How haveyou knownpamfor?
A i f C unless 13 | seeyourhousefrom here
B when D because '14
Bythe time theycalledwe had .. arrived
1 3 I ' l ld r o py o u a l i n e . l'mon holiday home.
A until C when 15 When I was a studentI to worK as a
B as soonas D i f waiter

= Li5#

Formsof the infinitive

I Present
(to) repair
(to) be repaired
PresentCont. ( t o )b e r e p a i r i n g
Perfect (to) haverepaired (to) havebeenrepaired
PerfectCont. (to) havebeenrepairing

to the tensesof the infinitiveareas follows:

Verb Tenses Infinitive

p r e s e nst i m p l e( h ev i s i t s )
to visit
f u t u r es i m p l e( h ew i l lv i s i t )
p r e s e nct o n t i n u o u(sh ei sv i s i t i n g )
t o b ev i s i t i n g
f u t u r ec o n t i n u o u(sh ew i l l b e v i s i t i n q )
p a s ts i m p l e( h ev i s i t e d )
to havevisited
futureperfect(hewill havevisited)
p a s tc o n t i n u o u(sh ew a sv i s i t i n g )
presentperfectcontinuous (hehasbeenvisiting)
to havebeenvisiting
p a s tp e r f e cct o n t i n u o u(sh eh a db e e nv i s i t i n g )
futureperfectcontinuous (hewill havebeenvisiting)

Thepresentinfinitiverefersto the presentor future

I expectto findoutmyexamresults soon(active)
I hopeto beaccepted at Leeds lJniversity. rpassive t
T h ep r e s e n ct o n t i n u o u si n f i n i t i v er e f e r tso a n a c t i o nh a p p e n i nagi t h e t i m e o f s p e a k i n g
Daveappears to bestudyingat themoment.
Theperfectinfinitiverefersto the past lt showsthat the actionof the infiniiivehappenedbeforethe action
of the verb
Theboysclaimto havefinishedtheirhomework(active)
Theirhomeworkappearsto havebeenfinished.(passive)
Theperfectcontinuousinfinitiverefersto the past lt emphasises the durationof the actionof the infinitive
which happenedbeforethe actionof the verb Heseems to havebeenworkingconstantly forthelastcoupleof

Note:the perfectinfinitiveand the perfectcontinuousinfinitiveareusedwith modalverbsandverossucnas

seem,claim,expect,believe,and appear

Theto-infinitiveis used:
. to expresspurposeCarlwenttotheshoptobuy somebread.
o aftercertainverbs(agree,appear,decide,expect,hope,plan,promise,refuse,etc) Sheishopingtogeta
' afteradjectiveswhichdescribe (happy,sad,glad,etc);express
feelings/emotions willingness/unwillingness
(willing,eager,reluctantetc),referto a person's (clever,kind etc)and the adjectives
character luckyand
fortunate, I wasveryluckyto win therace
= &
::: ..i=:-=

Note:with adjectives that referto character we canalsousean impersonal construction

It waskindofyou to giveJohna lift.
aftercertainnounsand pronouns(somethinE, anyoneetc)to showthat somethingis necessary or possible,
Wasthereanyonethereta helpyou?
o after too/enough Vanessa istoo impatientto waitin a queue.
Mikeisn'toldenoughto vote.
a to talk aboutan unexpected eventusuallywith only lgothomeonlytofindthatlhadforgottenmykeys.
o with it + be + adjective/nounltwasdifficulttasolvetheproblem.
a after be + first/second/next/lastetc 5hewasthelastpersonto finishtheexam.
o afterverbsand expressions suchas ask.learn,explain,decide,find out, want, want to know etc when they
arefollowedby a questionword Sheexplainedwhatwehadtoda.
BUT:wonder why is followedby a clause(NOTan infinitive) /wonder why she didn't tell us.
afterwould like,would prefer,would love etc to express a specificpreference
lwould loveto visitlndiaoneday.
in the expressions to tell you the truth. to be honest,to sum up, to beginwith etc

N o t ei:f t w o t o - i n f i n i t i v e s a r e l i n k e d b y a n d o r o r , t h e t o o f t h e s e c o n d i n f i n i t i v e c a n b eSohmeipt treodm i s e d t o c a l l

and tellmewhatwashappening.

Theinfinitivewithout to is used:
. after modalverbs Gregcanplaythepiano.
o after the verbslet, make,see, hear,and feel Herbossmadeherworkovertime.
B U t w e u s e t h e t o - i n f i n i t i v e a f t e r b e m a d e , b e h e a r d , b e s e e n e t c ( p a s s iS v ehfeowr m
a s) m a d e t o w o r k
Note:when see,hearandwatch arefollowedby an -ing form thereis no changein the passive
Hesawmetalkingto Anna.- | wasseentalkingto Anna.
. afterhad better and would ralher Wehadbetterleavesoon.
. H e l p c a n b e f o l l o w e d b y e i t h e r t h e t o - i n f i n i t i v e o r t h e i n f i n i t i v e w i t h o uStht oe h e l p e d m e ( t o ) p a i n t m y f l a t .

- i n gF o r m
Formsof the -ing form

I Present ! v i s i t i n g ! b e i n gv i s i t e d i
! Perfect ! havingvisited ! havingbeenvlsited i

I Thepresent-ing form refersto the presentor future Hehateswalkingtowork.HehatesbeingvisitedonSundays.

a Theperfect-ing form showsthat the actionof the -ing form happenedbeforethe actionof the verb We can
usethe simple-ing form insteadof the perfect-ing form with no changein meaning Sheadmittedvisiting/

The-ing form is used:

. as a noun Swimmingisa greatwayto getfit.
r aftercertainverbs(admit,appreciate,avoid,confess,continue,deny,fancy,go (for activities), imagine,
mind, miss,quit, save,suggest,practise,consider,prevent)Jackwantstoquitsmoking.
. generalpreferenceTomhatesworkingatthebank.
afterlove,like,enjoy,prefer,dislike,hate to express
BUT:for a specificpreference(wouldlike/wouldprefer/wouldlove)we
usea to-infinitive. l'dlovetocome.

T h e- i n g f o r m i s u s e d :
' afterexpressions suchas be busy,it's no use,it's (no) good, it's (not) worth. what's the useof, can't help,
there's no point in, can't stand, have difficulty (in), have trouble elc I am busywritinga report.
. afterspend,waste,or lose(time,money,eIc) Wewastedalotof timefixingthecomputer.
. afterverbsand expressions suchas look forward to, be usedto, in additionto, objectto, prefer(doingsth
to sth else) Heisn'tusedto livingalone.
o after prepositionsElaineisscared of flying.
' afterthe verbshear,listento, notice.see,watch, and feel to describe an incompleteacliontheardSamantha
talkingon thephone(l onlyheardpartof theconversation)
BUT:we usethe infinitivewithout to with hear,listento, notice,see,watch, and feel to describe the
completeaction I heardSamantha tellthestory.(lheardthewholestory)

Differencein meaningbetweenthe to-infinitiveand the -ing form:

o r t h e - i n g f o r m b u t w i t h a c h a n g ei n m e a n l n g
S o m ev e r b sc a nt a k ee i t h e rt h e t o - i n f i n i t i v e

forget+ to-infinitive = not remember mean+ to-infinitive = intendto

Heforgotto buymilk. Henevermeantto upsether.
forget+ -ingform= not recall mean+ -ingform= involve
l'll neverforgetvisitingEgypt. Beinga firefightermeanstakingrisks.
remember = not forget
+ to-infinitive regret+ to-infinitive= be sorryto (normallyusedin the
Didyouremember to callLucy? presentsimplewith verbssuchas say,tell, inform)
remember+ -ingform= recall I regretto informyouthatyourphonehasbeencutoff.
comingherebefore. regret+ -ingform= feelsorryabout
Heisgoingto regretsellinghisrecordcollection.

' W e u s e t h e c o m p a r a t i v ef o r m t o c o m p a r et w o p e o p l e ,t h i n g s ,p l a c e s e, t c W e u s u a l l ru7s e t h a n w i t h
c o m p a r a t i vaed l e c t i v e s
Mary rsyoungerthanJane
' We usethe superlativeform to compareone person/thing/etc with more than one person/thing/etc in the
s a m eg r o u p W e u s et h e . , . o f l i n w i t h s u p e r l a t i vaed j e c t r v eW
s e u s ei n w i t h t h e s u p e r l a t i vweh e nw e t a l ka b o u t
It's themostexpensive necklacein the shop (NOT@

' With one-syllable adjectives endingin -e, we add-r in the comparative and-st in the superlative form
' W i t h o n e - s y l l a b laed j e c t t v eesn d i n gi n a v o w e l + a c o n s o n a n tw, e d o u b l et h e l a s tc o n s o n a nat n d a d d - e r l -
thin - thinner- thinnest
o with two-syllabla e d j e c t i v eesn d i n gi n - l y o r - y , w e c h a n g et h e - y t o i a n d a d d- e r l - e s t

= #
i i= ij:=i:=

Adjective C o m p a r a t i v eS u p e r l a t i v e Adjective C o m p a r a t i v eS u p e r l a t i v e
short brg bigger thebiggest lrregular good better the best
ad 1 e c t i v e s 5mail 5mailer t h e s m a l l e s t forms bad worse theworst
-v adiectives NOISV l0rsrer the noisiest little less the least
longer many more the most
beautiful more the most
a0iectrve5 b e au t if uI b e au t i fuI much more the most

' We useadjectives
or theircomparative
and superlative
formsto makecomparisons
. very + adjective (emphasises adjective)George isa verygoodstudent.
' as + adjective+ as ( to showthat two peopleor thingsaresimilarin someway In neqattve
we use
not as/so ... as) l'm sureBian isascleveraspolly.
' less+ adjective+ than (expresses the difference betweentwo peopleor things Theoppositeof more ...
than) Thesequelwaslesssuccessful than theoriginal.
' t h e l e a s t + a d j e c t i+v oe f l i n ( c o m p a r e s o n e p e r s o n o r t h i n g t o t w o o r m o r e p e o p l e o r t h i n g s i n t h e s a m e
group Theoppositeof most ... oflin) lt'stheleastexpensiverestaurantinthecitv.

' much/alot/farla little/a bitislightly/even+ comparative(expresses the degreeof differenceberweentwo
peopleor things)AnnersmuchyoungerthanSteve. - Ridinga motorbike isa lotmoredangerous thandrivinga car.- She
wasfar happierwhensheonlyworkedpart time.- t think it'sa littlewarmerthan it wasyesterday.
- lt wasa bit more
expensivethanI thoughtit wouldbe.- Shesaidthatthesecond examwasslightlyeasierthan thefirstone.- Sincehis
operation, hehasbeenwalkingevenmoreslowly
BUT:many more + uncountablenoun romatemanymorebiscuits thanpaul.
' comparative+ comparativeshowsthat somethingis increasing or decreasing
Weseemto startlaterand latereveryday.
' t h e + c o m p a r a t i v.e. . ,t h e + c o m p a r a t i v(es h o w tsh a t t w o t h i n g sc h a n g et o g e t h eor r t h a t o n et h i n gd e p e n d s
on anotherlhing) Thelongerthejourneywenton,themorebeautifulthescenerv became.

' by far + the + superlative
the difference
betweenone personor thingandtwo or morepeopleor
thingsin the samegroup)Helsbyfarthebestplayerintheteam

- Quite- Rather
Fairly - Pretty
a a + fairly Thisisa fairlycheapdressbutl'm sureyoucanfindsomething cheaper
a quite a/an = enoughThisisquitea cheapdress. youshoutd buyit.
a q u i t e+ a d j e c t i v essu c ha s h o r r i b l er,i d i c u l o u b
s ,r i l l i a n ta, m a z i n ge,x t r a o r d i n a irm
y ,p o s s i b lter u
, e ,c e r t a r ne,t c i=
thisfinished isquiteimpossible.
by5 o'clock
! rather+ a(n)or a rather(= morethan usual/wanted etc)She,sgotrathera/a rathergoodpointsayingso.
a rather+ comparativeform + than He'srathertallerthanI expected.
a a pretty (quitecommonin everydayEnglish) He'sgota prettynastycuton hisarm.

T o o- E n o u g h
. Too hasa negativemeaninglt showsthat somethingis morethan enough,necessary or wanted We usetoo
inthefollowing ways:
. too + adjective/adverb + to-infinitive /trstoocoldformetoswim.
a too ... for somebody/something Thiscoffee istoostrongfor me.
a too ... for somebody/something+ to-infinitive Thelakeistoopollutedfor fishto livein.

W e a l s ou s et o o + m u c hw i t h u n c o u n t a b n l eo u n sa n dt o o + m a n yw i t h c o u n t a b l ne o u n si n t h e p l u r a l
Thereistoo muchrubbishin thebin.-Therearetoo manycarson theroad.
B u t : B e f o r e a d j e c t i v e s n o t f o l l o w e d b y a n o u n o r a d v e r b s , w e u s e o nTl e
y tror yoi s t o o s h o r t t o p l a y b a s k e t b a l l .
(NOTtee msehshe+!)

' E n o u g hh a sa p o s i t i v m
e e a n i n gi t s h o w st h a t t h e r el sj u s ta s m u c ho f s o m e t h i nagsi sw a n t e do r n e e d e dW e
useenoughin the followingways:
. adjective/adverb + enough+ to-infinitive ltiswarmenaughtoswim.
BUT:not + adjective/adverb + enough+ to-infinitive(negative meaning)ltisn'twarmenoughtoswim.
. enough + noun + to-infinitive I'vegotenoughtimeto havea coffee.

Fillin the correctformof the verbin brackets 2 Heatherbroughtthat CDso that we canlistento it
(to -infinitive
or -ingform),asin the examples. H e a t h ebr r o u g h t. . . .
3 The exercise was easy Everyone could do it
1 Hegoesto eveningclasses to lecrn(learn)ltalian Theexercise was easyenough
2 Learning
(learil a languagecanhelpyouto get a job 4 Kevinshouldn'tdriveso quickly,its dangerous
3 Oh no! | forgot (buy) eggs It'sdangerous
when I was at the supermarket 5 T i n as a i ds h ew o u l dc a l lm e b u t l ' m s t i l lw a i t i n g
The governmentis determined I ' m s t i l lw a i t i n g. . . ..
(solve)someof the environmental problems facing
Ine area
Dan prefers (cook)at hometo 3 Write the correctform of the verb in brackets.
6 There'sno point in (buy) a I like (watch) TV at the
computerif you arenot goingto useit. weeKen0S
7 They have decided (decorate) l'd like ... (So) to the cinema
the livingroom tonrght
8 The childrenlove (9o) to the l'll neverforget (meet) Davio
swimmingpool Beckham
9 | regret (tell) Alice what Sean 4 Don'tforget (lock)the door.
hadsaid 5 He regrets (leave) school so
10 Hydroelectricity
and wind turbines can be used eafly
.. (provide)environmentallyfriendly I regret . . (inform) you that you
ener9y. haven'tbeenacceptedfor the job
7 Doyou remember. . .. . .. (visit)Paris?
2 Rewritethe sentencesusingfor, asin the example. 8 Remember
9 She stopped
.. (call) me tonight.
(work) when she
1 | mustfinishthiswork today wassixty-five
It's importantfarmeta finishthisworktoday. 't0 H e s t o p p e d (fix)thepuncture
+ #
3g- ei=#
4 Lookat pictures
andin pairsmakeup dialogues,
as 3 O n ed a yI h o p et o
in theexample. 4 l w o u l dl o v e
5 I had better

you fancy/meeVcoffee/after
n'V agree/do/overti
tonight :
7 Complete
the tableby fillingin the adjectives,
andsuperlatives, asin the exampre.
Do you fancy meeting for a eoffee
SorryIcant. ... nljectiyg Comparative : Superlative
'' -- --- ,"--a -

1 i bright hrinhrar briElitest

2. t al l e r
3 l expenslve
4a easrest
5 l mnrp tntaracirn^ :

6. srmple
A We/decide/give/you/job a ;
B that be/fantastidwhen/ 8; t-^-+

you likeme/start? q l
t0: worse i

8 Putthe adjectives
in brackets
intothe comparative
or superlative

A: Theweather'sbeautifultoday,isn'tit?
B: Yes,they said on the radio that it was lilg
you look/forwardtolgo/ ftelrtesf(hot) day of the yearso far
partytonight? A : I t h i n kl ' d p r e f e trh e b l a c ks k i r t
Yes/can't B : I k n o wb u t t h i so n e i s (cheap)
friendsagain A : T h ef i l ml a s t e df o r m o r et h a nt h r e eh o u r s l
B: Yes, it was much (long) |
4 A : C h r i si st h e b e s tp l a y eor n t h e t e a m ,i s n , th e ?
B: Actually,I think Stevets even
5 A: Markisveryclever,isn'the?
Matchthe phrasesin ColumnA to thosein Column B: Yes,he's (intelligent)personI
B to makecomplete sentences,
thenmakesimilar know
sentencesusingthe phrases
in ColumnA andyour 6 A: We havea lot of work to do at the moment
own ideas. B: This is always (busy)time of
A B 7
A: I wasverysurprised when I met Maggie
I can'tstand g o i n gt o S p a i nt h i ss u m m e r
B: Why? Did you think she would be
i tove watchingold movies
rd tike u s ea c o m p u t e r g A : It'sabouta two-hourdrive
about to goawayfortheweekend B : R e a l l y|?t h o u g h ti t w a s m u c h
I can beingin crowded
places (far)awaythan that
9 A: Didyou readthat book?
6 Usethe phrases
to makeup sentences
about B: Yes,it was excellent, (interest)
t h i n gI h a v er e a di o r a g e s
1 | c a n ' th e l p 10 A: Are you goingto the hairdresser,s today?
2 l,m not usedto B: No I phoned, but (early)
appointment they hadwas at two o'clockand I
haveto be at work at one


I Write the correctform of the comparativeor 11 Underline
superlativeand then completethe sentences with
your own ideas. 1 I quite/pretty enjoyedthe concertbut it could
1 | find that ;#sil;sis f&emcsiCjffic;;fr 2 lf l were you, I would take the bus; it's
subject fairly/rathera longway to walk
2 l n m yo p i n i o n (frightening) 3 S h e ' sa r a t h e r / q u i t fea s tr u n n e rl ' m s u r es h e ' lw
l in
a n i m aol f a l li s the race
3 (good)holidayI everhadwas 4 I know you don't believeme, but it's fairly/quite
4 Salads
are (healthy)than 5 I think this examwas fairly/quitea lot easierthan
5 l ' m s u r et h a t 6 The restaurantwas rather/prettymore crowded
(interesting) job than than I expected
6 i t h i n kt h a t (funny)film 7 lt's a verynicehousebut it will needquite/pretty
I h a v es e e ni n a l o n gt r m e a lot of work beforeanyonecanlivethere
7 ( b i g )e n v i r o n m e n t a l 8 lt was a quite/prettygood film,you shouldseeit
problemfacingmy country
8 Gold (expensive)
12 Fillintoo/enough.
9 (happy)personI know
1 0 | w o u l ds a yt h a t 1 Davidis tootiredto go to the party
(fast)than 2 S a mi s o l d to go into town on his
3 He arrivedat the cinema late to
10 Usetheinformation
to watchthe film
abit, 4 J a n e h a s n ' ts t u d i e d t o p a s sh e r
asintheexamples. exam
5 T h i ss o u pi s hot to eat
6 P a u lh a s n ' tg o t , m o n e yt o b u y a
new car

a - l ' I

t , s e o T 'F" Yn"o- 'i l q n

' Error
''::..:4. -+ | 1.

1 3 Cross
Delaysper week:
CabinCrew per flight: 1 l ' m g o i n gf o r s h o p p i n o y ,o u l dy o u l i k e
g n S a t u r d aw
to comewith me?
2 Let'stake my car,it'smorebiggerthan yours
. be/old 3 The exam is too difficult,so you'd better study
AirTropicanaisa bit olderthanTrans-European
Airways. nar0
. fly/far 4 I hateto watchingold movies
Air Tropicanafliesnuch furtherthanTrans-European 5 | c a n ' ts t a n dt o b e i n gi g n o r e d
Airways. 6 Youshouldbe mostcarefulwhenyoucrossthe road
r aircrafVold 7 We will get thereon time if we will leavenow
. have/accidents 8 T h i ss m a lTl Vc o s t sa sm o r et h a nt h a t b i go n e !
. flylinteresting places 9 | h a v e n 'gt o t v e r ye n o u g hm o n e yt o g o o n h o l i d a y
. planes/reliable th isyear
. service/good 1 0 T h em o r eo l d e rh e o e t s .t h e l a z i ehr e b e c o m e s

3re #-
. KeyWordTransformations 5 l ' m g l a dI d o n ' tl i v ei n a c o l dc o u n t r y
hate I would a coldcountry
Studythe examples.
Ineachcasethe second
has 6 C h r i sw o u l dr a t h e rn o t g o t o t h e c i n e m at o n i q h t
a similar
to thefirstsentence. feel Chris
t o t h e c i n e m at o n i g h t
7 My parentswon't let me watchTV until I finishmy
I couldn't move the washing
becauseit was so heavy
make My parents my
too The washingmachinewas too heavy
homeworkbeforethey let me watchW'
for me to moveby myself 8 | havenevermet anyonewho cooksas badlyas
I wanted to get two ticketsfor the concertbut r yourbrotherdoes
couldonlyaffordone worstYourbrother
enough I didn't haveenough money for two cookI haveevermet
ticketsfor the concert 9 WheneverI eat snails,I remembermy first trip to
I alwaysworryabout my familywhen I go awayon a Paris
b u s i n e st rsi p without I can'teat snarls
help I can't help worrying about my family
when I go awayon a business
1 0 Thecake
,"J: ;il::
enough Therewasn't
l'm reallyexcitedaboutstartinguniversity
everyone to havea piece
forward l'm reallylooking forward to starting 1 1 It was dlfficultto persuadeRobertto take the
untverstty. courSe
I could never be happy working in a fast food difficulty I
rant. Robertto takethe course
hate I would hate to work in a fast food 12 Jane's
carisasold as Lisa's
rant same Lisa's
I alwaysget depressed when I see peopletreating Jane's
a n i m a lcsr u e l l y
without I can't see people treating animals
. WordFormation
cruellywithout gettingdepressed
My fatherinsists
that I waterthe plantson Saturdays.
makes My father makesme water the plants
on Saturdays broad- broaden
8 | haveneverhadsucha tastymealbefore p o p u l a-r p o p u l a r i s e
best Thisisthe best mealI haveeverhad. j false- falsify
r i c h- e n r i c h

14 Completethesentenceswithtwoto fivewords,
thewordin bold.Donotchange the Formthe correctverb from the word in bold.
meaningof theoriginal
1 T h et e a c h esr h o u l d SIMPLE
I can'taffordto buythoseboots
the informationso that evervbodv
understands it
me to buy.
Thesetrousersaretoo long,l'll have
2 lt's not her fault that she,slazy as her mother
ro them SHORT
alwaysdoeseverything for her
T h e ya r ep l a n n i n g
help S h ec a n ' t
the factoryand buy new machinery
because her mother always does
They boiledthe water in order to
everything for her
. i t PURE
3 Please remindme to callthe plumbertomorrow
I t h i n ky o u s h o u l d LARGE
forget Don'tiet me
s o m eo f t h e p h o t o g r a p h s
t h e p l u m b etro m o r r o w
T h ec o u n c ihl a sd e c i d e tdo
I can'twait to meetyourbrother
t h e m a i nr o a di n t o WIDE
forward I'm
the citycentre
y o u rb r o t h e r
=i- i,4-+*
. OpenCloze . Multiple
16 Readthe text belowandthinkof the 17 Readthe text below,thencirclethe answerA, B,C,or D
wordwhichbestfitseachspace. Use whichbestfitseachspace.Thereisan example (0)at the
onlyoneword in eachspace.Thereisan beginning.
example(0)at the beginning.


Once0) up** a time, binswere large,heavy,
tl. human beings?Many people
metal objectswhich were difficultto lift and j;; I
believe that they are, and are fascinatedby these enormous yet
carry Theywere 1) of one long metal .3il::
gracefulcreatures.In recent years, whale watching has become '.
sheet,joined along its longestedge, with a i,.
extremelypopular,as more and more peoplewant to experience the ii,
circularmetalbase Theyhad two handles,one
feelingthattheyare developing a 1) .,...,..,.
relationship withwhales. .:'
2) w h i c h d u s t m e nw o u l d u s e t o l i f t
Whalewatchinginvolvessailingout a long way from shore,often
them and swingthem onto their shoulders,
throughvery2) ,......... waters.As a result,manywhalewatchersaretoo
showinglittlecarefor hygiene,or for their own
busyworryingabouttheirupsetstomachsor tryingnotto falloverboard
physica wle l l - b e i n g
to actuallylookfor whales.Mostof them3) .......... on a guideto keepan ,
As soon 3) plastic bins became
a v a i l a b l et h, e s et o o k 4 ) from the old
whento look.
m e t ao l n e sT h e yw e r es i m i l airn a p p e a r a n caen d
However, therewill not alwaysbe whalesto see,and even5) .......,...
w e i g h t ,b u t w e r eh a r d e r5 ) d a m a g eo r
thereare,thereis no 6) .......... thatthe whalewatcherswill noticethem.
dent However, beingmadeof plastic,theywere
W h a l e sa r es o 7 ) . . . . . . . .h. .o m ei n t h es e a ,a n d8 ) . . . . . . . .i.n, t ot h ew a t e rs o - ,
not suitablefor hot waste,6) as ashes,
well that they can be hardfor peopleto 9) ..,....... evenwhen one has
asthesedestroyed their interrors
I n m a n yp a r t so f t h e w o r l d ,t h e s t a n d a r d bin
been pointed 10) .......... 1othem.A competentguidewillusuallybe able :'i"
h a sn o w b e e nr e p l a c e7d) to find at leastone, though,and it has to be said that a whalein its
the wheelie
bin Theseare large,rectangular, plasticboxes n a t u r a1l 1 ). . . . . . . .i.s. a w o n d e r f usli g h t .
o n w h e e l sw , i t h a h i n g e dl i d a n d a b a r w h i c h The luckywhalewatcherwillbe 12) .......... to a spectacular displayof ,
a l l o w st h e b i n t o 8 ) water gymnastics, as occasionally, whaleswill 13) .......... intothe air or
. . p u s h e do r p u l l e d
a l o n g M o s t w h e e l i eb i n sa r e b l a c k ,b u t s o m e wave at their audience with their tails. They often spout jets of water
are green,brown or red Theyare designedto high 1a) .......... the air. These acts generally make whale watchers feel
b e j u s t a s s p a c i o uass t h e o l d b i n s ,9 ) as thoughtheirtrip has been15) ,......... and has broughtthemcloserto :l
w e l l a s b e i n g e a s i e rt o m o v e a r o u n d a n d understanding thesehuge,strangemammals.
10) l i k e l yt o c a u s ei n j u r i e sM a n yl o c a l
c o u n c i lisn s i stth a t b i n sa r el e f ta t t h e s i d eo f t h e
road for collection,and for many people,
0 A clever
G intelligent C smart D bright
A private B i n d i v i d u a l C own D personal
c a r r y i n go n e o f t h e o l d b i n s 1 1 ) the 2 A rough B uneven C lagged D coarse
back gardento the front of the housewas 3 A trust B ASSUMC C rely D believe
e n o u g ht o c a u s es e r i o um s uscle damage 4 A ear B eye C arm D elbow
N o m a t t e r1 2 ) . w e l l - d e s i g n eadb i n 5 A I T B though L d 5 D whether
maybe, however, therewill alwaysbe problems 6 A p r o m i s e B a g r e e m e n t C g u a r a n t e e D contract
Wheeliebins are unattractive and can also be 7 A i n B to C with D a t
difficultto manoeuvre up and down stepsWhat 8 A mix B blend C combine D join
13) more, if you are unfortunate J A spot B look C watch D glance
enoughto dropsomethingin the bottomof one 10 A i n B to C out D for
of them, you will havea hard time getting it 1 1 A home B place C habitat D location
14) a g a i n ,a s t h e b i n sa r e a b o u t f o u r 1 2 A given B +t t/ ^c oa +L^c-ul C shown D entertained
feet tall Nevertheless, they are certainlya step t 5 A fall B SWtm C climb D jump
15) , and giveus hopethat, perhaps one 1 4 A into B ACTOSS c u p D through
day,someonewill designa trulytrouble-free bin A w o r t h w h i l e B usefu I
tl C wasted D sensible
Revision 1-4) 1 4 We'd betterwait . . . . it stopsraining.
A before C until
18 Circle
item. B for D while
15 backby Tuesday
1 You must .. to the party c
A coming C to come B hasbeen D will havebeen
B come D to coming
1 6 Hefailed . hisnew boss.
Shallwe stop on the way there something A to impress C
to eat? B impressing D Inrmpresstng
A getting C to get
17 lt's . . . than a weeksinceI spoketo Jim
B get D havegot
A over C more
You'dbetter .. . . it with Mrs Harrisand find out B rather D much
18 Thisbag is . . heavyfor John
A discussing C to discuss
A enough C s o
B discuss D havediscussed
B much D too
I e n j o y. . . t o w o r kl n t h e m o r n i n g
1 9 S h ew a sm a d e late
A walking C to walk
A stay C to stay
B walk D b ew a l k i n g
B staying D havingstayed
5 Shewent on a diet . someweight
20 D o n ' tg o y o u rn a m ei sc a l l e d
A losing C to lose
A untij C a ss o o na s
B lose D havinglost
B after D yet
6 | wanted Laurabeforesheleft
A seeing C to see
B see D to seeing 19 Fillinthemissing
7 lt's a shame Lisa couldn't come, I was looking 1 She . learnedto usethe computer
forward .. . .. her 2 H e w a s r e a l l yh a p p yt o . . . a b o u tJ o , s
A meeting C to meet engagement
B meet D to meeting 3 T o n yh a s. . . . . . . .. . w o r k i n gh a r da l ld a y
We should let Gary . . ... what time we are 4 Theriveris . . pollutedto swim in
meeting. 5 He asked they hadto go
A knowing C to know 6 It'sa . . .. colderthan it was yesterday.
B know B to knowing 7 Peteris ... determined asJames
8 Sam is by ... the best studentin the
Bobis veryworriedabout .. the exam.
A failing C to fail
9 Thefurtherwe walked,the .. tiredwe
B fail C havingfailed
1 0 I regret you that the restaurantwill nor 10 Thereare too factoriesin this part
o p e nt h i se v e n i n g of town
A informing C to inform 1 1 T h e l o n g e rt h e t e l e p h o n e c a l l ,t h e
B inform D to haveinformed you pay
't1 1 2 l ' m s u r ey o u c a nd o b e t t e r . . ..this.
What'sthe ... boringfilm you'veseen?
A much 1 3 She didn't get the job becauseshe wasn,t
C most
B more e x p e r i e n c e. d . . .
D less
1 4 I t ' sb e e nr a i n i n g. . . . . mornrng
12 Don'ttell Ann sheasks 1 5 S h ei s n ' t. . . . . t o w o r k i n gl a t e
A as longas C provided 't6
. you washedthe dishes?
B unless D if 1 7 She .. .. havinglunchat 12 o,clock
1 3 H e ' sl a t e . . usual yesreroay.
A much C so 1 8 Take anumbrella in .. it rains.
B like D as 19 . /you
vu vgo
v to v v u t N yesterdayT
L v work yE)l

2 0 It was cold yesterday but today is

il- ii:=+=

Use , ! Presentlirtur"
ability Shecanplaytheviola. Shecould/wasableto play theviola.(repeated
a c t i o n- a b i l i t yi n t h e p a s t )
He'sableto writepoems Wewereable to escapefromthe burninghotel.
( s i n g la
ec t i o n )
possibility Shecanstillbeat schooL (90%certain)
Shecouldbe late.(50o/o certain;it's possible (Luckily
Hecouldhavedrowned. he didn't)
s h ew i l l b e l a t e )
Sammaybesleeping. (50%certain;it'spossible A n n m a y h a v e g o t l o s t . ( P e rshhaepi ssl o s t)
that he issleeping)
Theymight needsomehelp.(40% certain; Tommight havesoldhlscor (Perhapshe has
p e r h a ptsh e yn e e ds o m eh e l p ) s o l di t )
It is likelythat Tomwillcometomorrow. Itwaslikelythat thestarhaddisappeared.
Tomislikelyto cometomorrow Thestar waslikelyto havedisappeared.
probability Shewill be 20 nextmonth.(100% certain;
Theyshould arrive tonight.(90o/o certain; Sheshouldhaveleftbynow.(5hehasprobably
futureonly,it'sprobable) left )
Heoughtto beat worknow.(90% certain;he Heoughtto haverecorded hisnewCDby now.
w i l l p r o b a b lby e a t w o r k ) (Hehasprobablyrecordedit )
l o g i c aal s s u m p t i o n sYoumustknowthat.(90% certain- positive; Shemusthavebeenseriously l//.(posiiive;l'm
l'm sureyou know that) sureshewas)
Shecan'thaveso manypets.(negative;l'm Theycan't have beenabroad.(negative;l'm
s u r es h eh a s n ' t ) suretheyweren't)
Theycouldn'tbe at home now (negative; I Theycouldn'thavebeenmarried.(negative;I
d o n ' tt h i n kt h e y ' r ea t h o m en o w ) d o n ' tt h i n kt h e yw e r em a r r i e d
permrssron You can/can'topen your book (giving or They weren't allowed to/couldn't enter the
r e f u s i npg e r m i s s i oinn;f o r m a l ) country.
CouldI go out?(more polite; asking for \he wasallowedto seethe fiIes.(not: eeuld)
Youmaygoout.(formal; givingpermission)
Might I make a phonecall?(more formal;
a s k i n gf o r p e r m i s s i o n )
l'm afraidyoucan't/mustn't makea phonecall.
Passengers maynot usemobilephones. (formal;
necessity I mustpaythebilltomorrow. (l sayso) I hadto paythebillonFriday.
(l was obligedto)
Theyhaveto wearuniforms. (necessitycoming Theyhad to wearuniformsat theprivateschool.
from outsidethe speaker)
He'sgot to catchthetrain.(informal) Hehad to catchthetrain.
Thecqrneedsservicing. ORThecarneedsto be Thecarneededservicing. ORThecarneededto
serviced. (lt's necessary) (it
beserviced. was necessary)
Shedoesn'thave to/doesn'tneed to/needn't Shedidn'thaveto/didn'tneedto workovertime. (lt
- dr hUcJnt rnt- t^L C ^ F
f\/na if nov/ flt iqn't |n'AL aL oL c) ). d
a tr yv Ul wasn'tnecessary for herto work overlimeand
necessity) shedidn't - absence of necessity)
Yououghtto dropthema line.(t's necessary) Youneedn'thavemademe a cake.(lt wasn't
necessary to makeme a cake,but you did )


I Ll l l l l l l t l l i l Ll i ' l r I i i ] r rLL rlir j i i ,L : i:ri r i r: i ) r , r , r , r r j i : ,l

i i= ii:=i.-=

I Past
advice Youshouldbemorecareful. (generaladvice;I Youshouldhavebeenmorecareful.(but you
adviseyou) weren't)
You ought to brush your teeth every day. He ought to have givenher
d /iff. (but he
(l adviseyou; mostpeoplebelievethis) didn't)
Wehadbettercancelthistrip.(lt'sa good idea; It would have beenbetterif
we had cancelled
adviceon a specificsituarron; thetrip.(but we didn't)
Shallwe borrowmoneyfrom thebank?(asl<ing
for advice)
criticism Youcouldat leastletmeknow. Youcouldat leasthaveletmeknow.
Heshouldtryagain. Heshould havetriedagain.(but he didn,t)
Sheoughtto beon time. Sheought to havebeenon time.(lt was the
r i g h t h i n gt o d o ,b u t s h ed i d n , d
t o it )
obligation I muststudyharder(l needto; I sayso) I had to studyharder.
I haveto studyharder. (l'm obligedto; my I had to studyharder.
teachers sayso)
Weoughtta exercise daily.(lt'sthe right thing Weoughtto havegivenmoremoneyto charity. (lt
to do, but we don't alwaysdo it ) wasthe rightthingto do,but we didn,tdo it )
requests CanI borrowyourbook?(informal)
CouldI borrowyourbook?(polile)
MayI havethebookwhen youfinishit?(f ormal)
Mightlturn up theradio?(veryformal)
Willyouhelpmewith thisexercise? (veryfriendly)
Wouldyou mind notsmokingin here?(polite)
offers CanI helpyouwiththehousework? (informal)
Shall I preparesnacks
forthepicnrc? (informal)
Wouldyou likeme to mowthelawnfor vou?
suggestions Shallwego to thetheatre?
Wecanalwayscatcha laterbus.
Wecouldgo to thebeachat theweekend.
lgyt?yla Uue usedmycar. -iTh.y*-
You can't make overseas calls.(you aren,t They couldn't make overseai ;l/r.
allowedto) weren'tallowedto )
Youmustn'ttakephotographs. (it,sforbidden)
Youmaynot parkhere.(f ormal)
duty AIImotoristsmustobserve thenighwiy Code" Allemployees hadto signnewcontracts.
People oughtnottosmoke. (lt'sthe rightthing Sheoughtto havetakenherparents, (lt
to do, but peopledon't alwaysdo it ) w a st h e r i g h tt h i n gt o d o , b u t s h ed i d n , td o

Needn't- Didn't needto - Needn,thave

' don'thaveto/don'tneedto/needn't+presentinfinitive(itisnotnecessarytnthepresentorfuture)
to/don'tneedto/needn'twakeupearlytomorrow.It'sSunday.(ltis not necessary to wake up )
' didn'tneedto/didn'thaveto + present (it was not necessary
infinitive in the pastandwe maynot know if the
acttonhappenedor not ) shedidn'tneedto/didn'thoveto wakeup earlyyesterday.
It wassunday.(ltwasn,tnecessary
for herto wakeup earlyand we don,tknow if shedid or not
o needn't+ bareperfectinfinitive
(we knowthat sth happenedrn the pastalthoughit was not necessarv
did, althoughitwas not necessarv,)

l] :E

:-= Li=*:

*tr.ir"ffirr ; - rvraylvrishi ip"rtibir -.3, pi.J.rru*ptio.r)

PresentInfinitive Shemuststudya lot. l'm sureshestudiesa lot.
Shemaystudya lot. Perhaps shewillstudya lot.
PresentContinuous Shemustbestudying. l'm suresheisstudying.
lnfinitive Shemoy/mightbestudying. Perhaps shewill bestudying
PerfectInfinitive Shecan'thavestudied. I'msureshedidn'tstudy.
Shecan'thavestudied. l'msureshehasn'tstudied.
Shecan'thavestudied. l'msureshehadn'tstudied,
PerfectContinuous Shemayhavebeenstudying. Perhaps shewasstudying.
Infinitive Shemayhavebeenstudying. Perhaps shehasbeenstudying.

Questiontags areshortquestions
at the end of statements
usedto confirmif the statementis true or not
. Theyareformedwith the modalor auxiliary verbfrom the mainsentence and the appropriate
A positivestatementtakesa negativequestionlag Youorecomingwithus,aren'tyou?
A negativestatementtakesa positivequestionIag Hecan'tspeakEnglish,canhe?
. Whenthereis no auxiliary or modalverb,we usedo/doesor did + subjectpronoun
Helenworksfor lnfotec,doesn'tsheTFelixdoesn'tlikeclassical
. Whenthe statementcontainsa negativeadverbof frequency suchas rarely,neverihardly,seldom,we usea
positivequestiontag SheneverwatchesTV, doesshe?
. Thequestiontagsof someverbs/expressions areformeddifferently
I am invitedto theparty,aren'tl?
(imperative) Leavemealone,will/won'tyou?Don'ttellanyone,will you?Let'shavea picnic,shallwe7
Thereis someicein thefridge,isn'tthere?Therearea fewbiscuitsleft,aren'tthere?
Hehasgot a motorbike, hasn'the?BUTYouhaveenoughmoney, don'tyou?

. Whenyou aresureof'_p9answerand expectagreement, yourvoicegoesdown in the questiontag
. W h e n y o u a r e n o t s u r e o f t h e a n s w e r , y o u r v o i c e g o e s u p i n t h e q u e sYt iooundt ao gn ' t e a t m e a t , a f f i w l

I Complete
the dialogues
by fillingin must,mustn't,
or haveto,asin the example.

1 A: Do I needto buy a ticketin advance? 5 A: Haveyou seenthis note I got from Alex? |
B : N o ,y o u . a i l b u yo n et h e r e ,i f y o u l i k e . readanyof it
2 A . I h a v e n 'et a t e na n y t h i n ga l ld a y B : O h ,I k n o w H i sh a n d w r i t i nigsa w f u l ,i s n ' ti t ?
B: Really? You be starving 6 A: So,we'll meetat the stationat sixo'clock
3 A : A r ey o uw o r k i n gl a t ea g a i nt o n i g h t ? B: OK, fine. You forget to call
B: Yeswe Adamto let him knowwhat timewe'rearriving
finishthe projectby the
weeKen0 7 A: lt's a shamewe didn't book that holiday,isn't
4 A : W o u l dy o u l i k em e t o c o o kd i n n e rt o n i g h t ? ir?
B: Oh you do that l'll make B: Yesbut there'snothingwe do
g h e nI g e t b a c k
s o m e t h i nw it
about now, l'm afraid

.i= ffi
: 1= li:=+r::
A: Youlook happyWhat did the doctorsay? 3 The doctorsaidI can't/mustn'teat too much red
B : O h , h e s a i d m y k n e e i s m u c h b e t t e ra n d I meat
. g o b a c ka n ds e eh i ma g a i n 4 He'sgot a terribletoothacheHereallyshould/could
A : D o y o ut h i n kt h a t ' sp a u l ' ss i s t e r ? go to the dentist
B : N o ,i t . b e H es a i ds h ew o u l db e 5 I m u s t n ' t / m i g h tg o o u t t o n i g h t ,i f I f i n i s ht h i s
i n R o m et h i sw e e k project
6 You must/ought to eat at leastthree piecesof
1 0 A : l sJ a n eh o m ey e t T
fruit eachday .
B : N o ,s h e s t i l lb e a t w o r k S h es a i d 7 You mustn't/shouldn'tforget to pay the phone
shewouldbe latetoday
b i l lt o d a y
8 You must/oughtto wear a helmetwhen you ride
2 Underlinethe correctmodalverb. a motorbike,it'sagainstthe jaw not to
1 Shesaidshecouldn't/can't 9 You might/mayborrowmy new earrings,as long
comeyesterday because
a sy o u d o n ' tl o s et h e m
s h e h a d a l r e a d ym a d ep l a n st o g o o u t w i t h h e r
10 You shouldn't/can'thaveeatenso manysweets
2 W e c a n ' t / m u s t n 'ht a v er u n o u t o f m r l k ,I b o u g h t No wonderyou'vegot stomachachel
s o m et h i sm o r n i n g
3 We needto/shouldhaveinvitedCraigto the party Fillin needn'thave/didn,tneedto and the correct
4 Louise isn't upstairs.She can/must have left form of the verb in bracketsto completethe
already sentences.
5 | w o n d e rw h y H a n n a hd i d n , tc o m et o w o r k t o d a y
M a y b eo n e o f u s m a y / s h o u l d c a l la n d c h e c kt h a t 1 L u c k i i yI (do)all of the work
s h e ' sa l r i g h t a g a i nb e c a u sIeh a da b a c ku p c o p yo n d i s k
6 W e m u s t / m i g h tf i n i s ha l l t h e w o r k b y 1 O3 0 l , m 2 l t t u r n e do u t t h a t I ( c a l l )J o
not sureyet b e c a u sIea nh a da l r e a dtyo l d h e rt h e n e w s
7 We needn't/oughtn't to leave right away, we 3 | (buy) more milk because
haveplentyof time M u m h a da l r e a dby o u g h ts o m e ,
8 l'm afraidyou can't/mustn'tspeakto Mr Lambert 4 She (dress)smartlyfor the
a t t h e m o m e n t h, e ' si n a m e e t i n g party,so shewore herjeans
9 | can'tdo my HistoryhomeworkDo you think you 5 John (go) into the bank, he
could/shouldhelpme? c o u l dh a v ec l o s e dh i sa c c o u not v e rt h e p h o n e
10 Youmustn't/needn't tellhimaboutthe oartvWe 6 They (walk)to the supermarket
wantit to bea surprise because Simongavethem a lift

3 Wheremightyouseeeachof the followingsigns?

to explainwhat eachonemeans, b Usecan,cont,hoveto,
asin theexample. don'thavetoand
needntwith the
promptsbelowto ask
andanswer questions
transportin your
yourown ideas.

1 (lnapark)- Youmustn't
in thisarea.
a buya ticketto travelon the bus/train
4 Underline
the correctmodalverb,thenexplainits a buy a monthlytravelpass
use. o travelfreeif you areover65
1 Excuseme,will/couldyoutell me howto get to a e a to r d r i n ki n t h e v e h i c l e
OxfordStreet,please? o buyticketsin advance
2 Youneedn't/shouldn'tpickup the children
from A: DoI haveto buya ticketto travelon thetrainor bus?
l'm leaving
workearlytodaysoI cando it B: Yes,

7 Lookat the photographs
andusethe promptsto l e g o t o t h e c i n e m at o n i g h t ?
2 A : S h a lw
makeup sentencesusingmust,mustn'tor needn't. B : a Sorry,we won't
b Sorry,I can't
. buy a ticket
3 A : C o u l dy o u p o s tt h i sf o r m ew h i l ey o u ' r eo u t ?
. throw litterover
B : a N o ta t a l l
theside b No problem
. makea reservation
4 A C a nI t a l kt o y o u f o r a m o m e n t ?
Youmustbuya ticket B : a Yes,you will
yougeton the
before b Certainly
ferry. Wouldyou pickRonup tomorrow?
B : a Of courseI would
havetoo much b O f c o u r s eI w i l l
ruggage 6 A : W i l ly o ut a p et h a t f i l mf o r m e t o n i g h t ?
c h e c ki n B : a l ' d b e h a p p yt o
t a k ey o u rl u g g a g e b Yes,I may
on board

10 Fillinthecorrect

1 Let'sgo for a walk, .?

2 He rarelygoesout on a week night, )
o t a k ey o u rr e c e i p t
5 Shelivesnearme, ?
o forgetyourPIN
4 Thisis your newspaper, ?
5 Youhaven'tfinishedyour homework,
haveyourlD with
6 Thechildrenareveryquiettoday, ?
7 He is a good cook, ?
8 Youhaven'tgot a CD player,
9 Tonylovesltalianfood, 7
8 Lookat the pictures
andmakeasmany 1 0 Youwill cometo the party, .. ?
assumptions aspossible,
asin the examples.

Useof English
appointment. . Error
Hecouldbeon hiswayhome.
11 Cross
I m u s tt o g o t o t h e b a n ka t l u n c h t i mteo g e t s o m e
2 Y o us h o u l dt o s t o pe a t i n gj u n kf o o d
3 Theydidn't havebeento work becauseit wastheir
I w a s n ' tb e a b l et o c a l ly o u O e c a u syeo u r p n o n e
w a se n g a g e d
Don't let me forget, I must have to phone my
p a r e n ttso n i g h t
I a m u s e dt o b e a b l et o p l a yt h e p i a n ow h e n I w a s
H e d i d n ' tn e e dt o h a v ec l e a nt h e k i t c h e nb e c a u s e
9 Choosethe correctanswer. R i c kh a da l r e a ddy o n ei t
.J N e e dI t o g o w i t h t h e m ?
1 A : D o y o ut h i n ky o u c o u l dh e l pm e w i t h t h i s ? 9 W e d o n ' to u g h th a v et o g o i f y o ud o n ' tw a n t t o
B: a Of course 1 0 T h e ym i g h t h a v et o c a u g h tt h e t r a i n i f J o a nh a d
b Yes,I needto b e e nr e a d yo n t i m e

1I n-)

i I l l i l l l i l l ' l l l l L l l l l r [ ] r | ! r i i I r : r i l L l r Lr b , , ! r ' r r l
. WordFormation . KeyWordTransforrnations

usedwith Studytheexamples.ln eachcasethesecondsentence

a similar
to thefirstsentence.
deactivate,decode verbs
disadvan tag e, disinf ect
n o un 5 Youcan'tget a drivinglicenceif you are underj 7
in-: independent,indecisive adjectives, nouns rnust You must be 17 or overto get a driving
il-: (beforel) illogicat adjectives, nouns licence
im-: . (beforem and p) impossible adjectives, nouns
(beforer) irresistible 2 lt'sa good ideato brushyourteeth aftereverymeal
ir-: adjectives, nouns
non-: non-smoker,non-toxrc should You should brush your teeth after
adjectives, nouns
un-: unfailuntidy everymeal
adjectives, adverbs
a n dn o u n s 3 There's
a possibility
that Jjmwill be at the party.
might J i mm i g h t b e a t t h e p a r t y .
4 H a v i n grespectfor your parentsis the right th jng to
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witha wordformed
from do.
thewordin bold. ought You ought to have respectfor your
1 Luckily,
the housewas
5 Do I needto get a visato visitthe USA?
. when the fire OCCUPIED necessary ls tt necessary to get a visato visitthe
It wasa relaxed,. FORMAL
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AGREE meaningof the originalsentence.

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w e w i l l c o o ki t t o n i g h t . have Frank the train
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d o i n gw a s ,., sohe LEGAL the restaurant is neverbusyon Mondaynights
decidedto callthe police have Therestaurant is neverbusyon Monday
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a n u m b eor f ... books, FICTION 3 lt is forbiddento studentsto talk to one another
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. because I normally C O N V E N I E N T must Students
finishwork at 3:00o'clockon o n ea n o t h e d r u r i n gt h e e x a m
Fridays 4 Youshouldget somedetailsfrom theirwebsite
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b u sw i l l b e h e r ei n a m i n u t e moredetailsfrom theirwebsite,
Matt wasvery and LUCKY 5 R o b i nm u s tb e h e r e ,h i sc a ri ss t i l li n t h e c a rp a r r .
m i s s e tdh e g o a l .I t h o u g h th e w a s certain I
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is perfectlynatural,our internalbiological clocks Englishfood 2) . sometimesbe quite bland What few
a r e s i m p l yr e a c t i n gt o t h e c h a n g e si n s u n l i g h t peopleknow, 3) , is that most of the herbsand spices
p a t t e r n sT h eo n l ys o l u t i o ni st o c a r r y2 ) . . . . . . .. usedto makecurryhavemedicalproperties
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w a i t i n gf o r s p r i n g . to help lowercholesterol and blood pressure and treat infections.
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no interest5) work, school,familyor Greeksand Egyptians to flavourwine, is known to easemigraine
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11) . . . S A Di s e x p o s u r ef r, o m 3 0 m i n u t e s a sh a r m f u l .
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p r o d u c eas b r i g h tl i g h tw h i c hi s s i m i l atro b e i n g
o u t s i d eo n a c l o u d yw i n t e r ' sd a y i n A l a s k aT h e
p a t i e n t1 2 ) . . . . . t o a l l o wt h e l i g h tt o m a k e 0A ac c epte d B u s u a l |El tradtttonal lJ cultural
l Aquite B often C very D seldom
contactwith their eyesas research has shown
2 A is B would C could D can
that it is the effectof light on the eyes,rather
3 Aso B f o r t u n a t e lC
y nevertheiessD however
13) o n t h e s k i n ,w h i c h r e d u c e sS A D
4 A for B rn C since D during
symptoms. Exercisecan also help relieve
5 Awith B by C for D from
symptomsof depressron
6Amuch B highly C very D well
L u c k i l yt h
, o u g h ,m o s t 1 4 ) us simply
7 A painkillerB stopper C reducer D destroyer
experience a mild form of the diseaseIn thls
8Awhile Bwhen C as D whether
case, an effective cure includes anything
9 Afirst B important C usual D main
15) a C a r i b b e a nh o l i d a yt,o a g r e a t
10 A solve B fix C cure D mend
evening outwithfriends.
11 Athink B consider C learn D know
12 A positive B unknown C negative D minimal
13 Aimportant B needed C advised D significant
14 A lnjury B hurt C sprain D wound
15 A hurtful B painful C helpful D awful

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A d o n ' th a v et o r u n C m u s t n ' tr u n
B n e e d n ' rt u n
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item. D n e e d n ' bt e r u n n i n g
15 . you tell me how to get to the stationfrom
He hasworkedwith hisfather he left school here,please?
A when B since C before D while A Shali B Could C Should D May
| .. . to the partybut I didn'tstaylongbecause I 1 6 T h e r e. be an electionthis year,but l'm not
wastired 5Ure.
A amgoing C h a db e e ng o i n g A must B might C ought D should
B was going D went 17 We could to the theatre,but it was raining
3 lt .. . heavilyall week and the roadsare wet heavily
and slippery. Ago C havegone
A h a dr a i n e d C h a sb e e nr a i n i n g B begoing D havebeengoing
B i sr a i n i n g D rains 1 8 L e a v em e a l o n e ., . . you?
4 W h a tt i m ed i dJ o h n ' sf l i g h t .. yesterday? A shall B will C do D have
A land C landed 1 9 T h a th o u s e . . f 3 0 , 0 0 0i n 1 9 9 8
B belanding D w a sl a n d i n g A cost B will cost C hascost D costs
H ep u t t h e l a d d e u
rp t h ew a l l . 20 Thematchwill havefinished six.
A to B against C from D between A when B after C by D since
Bythistime nextyear| . . payingfor my car
A havefinished
B w l l l h a v ef i n i s h e d
C amfinishing 17 Fillinthemissing
D a m g o i n gt o b e f i n i s h i n g

l f h e h a se n o u g hm o n e y h
, e.. o n h o l i d a yi n 1 Do I to do my homeworknow?
thesummer 2 She .. be ill I saw her just five minutes
A goes C willgo ago.
B istogo D w i l l h a v eg o n e 3 Thecoffeeis . . .. hot for me to drink
4 We aren't going to the cinema tonight,
8 C o l i nw o n ' t c o m eu n l e s h
se .. theessav
A willfinish C i sf l n i s h i n g 5 Thewater isn'thot yet
B finishes D w i l l h a v ef i n i s h e d
6 .. you be coming to the party on
When I was at school,I reallyhated . . for Saturday?
exam5. 7 He isthe . .. . interesting man l,veevermet
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B to study D studying 9 l ' l lb e h o m ee a r l y t h e b u si s l a t e
10 Oh no! | forgot 1 0 W h e nI w a s a c h i l d w , e .. . to go to Spain
those letterswhen I was
out. everySummer
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C to post
B post 12 He is to workingon Saturdays.
D to haveposted
1 3 L e t ' sp l a ys q u a s h , .. we?
1 1 S o l d i e r .s. . obey ordersfrom their superior '14
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officers. the lightswent out
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12 You to the supermarketlater, l'll go lesson
t o m o r r o wm o r n t n g . 16 We were not .. to takephotos
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C n e e d n 'h 17 Tomrarelydrivesto work, he7
B didn't haveto go D neededto go 1 8 H o wo l d l i t t l eM a r yb e i n M a r c h ?
19 Was Sharon to read and write when
13 That have been Harry,scar you saw
shewas fiveyearsoldT
Hisis blue,not green.
20 When we were youngerwe used to go sailing
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P r e s e nsti m p l e Hiscompanybuildshousesandofficeblocks Houses andofficeblocksarebuilt by his
Present continuous Theyarebuildinga newhospital. A newhospital is beingbuilt.
P a s st i m p l e Theybuilt thesehousesin the 1950s. Thesehouses werebuiltin the l950s.
Pastcontinuous Theywerebuildingthesupermarket when Thesupermarket wasbeingbuilt when
theyranoutof money. theyranoutof money.
F u t u r es i m p l e Theywill builda bridgeacrosstheriver. A bridgewill be built acrosstheriver.
Prp(ont narfort Theyhavebuilta biggercinema. A biggercinemahasbeenbuilt.
Pastperfect Theyhad builthalfof thehouses beforethey Halfof thehouses hadbeenbuiltbefore
laidthephonecables. thevlaidthe phone cables.
Futureperfect Theywill havebuilt it by theendof theyear. It will havebeenbuilt by theendof theyear
Presentinfinitive Theycanbuildan extension in theirback An extension canbe built in theirback
qarden. qarden.
Perfectinfinitive Theymusthavebuiltthesecond terminalat Thesecond terminalat theairportmust
theairportbynow. havebeenbuilt bynow.
-ing form Theywantto preventthemfrombuildinga Theywantto preventa newroadfrom
newroad. beingbuilt.
Modals Theyshouldbuilda newTownHall. AnewTownHallshouldbe built.

perfectcontinuous,futurecontinuous, pastperfectcontinuous
normal usedinthepassive
Wecanusetheverbto get insteadof theverbto be in everyday

We usethe passive:
' whenihe person or peoplewhodo theactionareunknown, unimportantor obvious
Hrswalletwas (Wedon'tknowwho stoleit )
isunimportant whoisrepairingit )
Thecriminals (lt isobvious
havebeenarrested. thatthe policearrested
' whentheactionitselfismoreimportant thantheperson/people whodo it, asin newsheadlines, newspaper articles,
formalnotices,advertisements, processes,
instructions, etc Thegallery
willbeopened to thepublic
' whenwe wantto avoidtakingresponsibility foranactionor whenwe referto an unpleasant eventandwe do notwant
to saywho or whatisto blameMstakes havebeenmadeinthepast.

Changingfrom the activeto the passive:

o the objectof the activesentencesbecomes the subjectin the passive
. theactive
verbremains in thesametensebutchangesintoa passive
I thesubjectof theactive
by or isomitted

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I Subject

only transitive verbs(verbsthat take an ob.lect) canbe changedinto the passrve

Jackieis redecoratingtheflat. (transitive verb) l Theflat is beingredecorated byJackie.
BUT:Jackielivesonthethirdfloor(intransitive verb) - no passivefarm:Thethirdfteerl yJafu.
Note: Sometransitive verbs(have,be, exist,seem,fit, suit, resemble,lack,etc)cannotbe changedinto the
passive, hasa redjumper.(NOTMdjry1@k)
by + agent is usedto saywho or what carriesout an actton
with + instrument/material/ingredient is usedto saywhat the agentused
Thepastasaucewasmadeby Tony. / lt wasmadewith freshtomatoesfrom thegarden.
Theagent can be omittedwhen the subjectis they,he,someone/somebody, people,one, elc
Somebody hascleaned thecar. -) Thecarhasbeencleaned.
Theagentis not omittedwhen rt is a specific or importantperson,or when it is essential to the meaningof the
sentenceThenovelwaswrittenby Charles Dickens. Newmeasures areto beintroducedby the localcouncil.
Whenwe want to find out who or what performedan action,the passive questionform is Who/What... bv?
With verbswhichcantaketwo objectssuchas bring,tell, send,show,teach,promise,buy,sell,
give,lend,etc,we canform two differentpassive sentences
Emilytoldthechildrena story.(active)
Thechildrenweretolda storybyEmily(passive, more usuar/
A storywastoldto thechildren byEmily.(passive, lessusuarT
lf, in an activesentence,a preposition followsa verb,then it is placedimmediately afterthe verbin the passive
Christhrewtheballinto theair. r Theballwasthrown into theair bv Chris.
' Theverbshear,help,seeand makearefollowedby the bareinfinitivein the activebut by the
the passive
Theteachermadethestudentsworkveryhard. t Thestudentsweremadeto workveryhardby theteacher.
' Let becomesbe allowed to in the passive,Shelet thechildren
stayup late. t Thechildrenwereallowedto stavuD

with eithera relativepronounor a relativeadverb.

We use:
1 who(m)/that to referto people Tina,whoisHelen's got herBAlastsummer.
2 which/that to referto things Thepenwhichisonyour deskis
3 whosewith people,animalsand objectsto show possession (insteadof a possessive
fatherisa lawyer,
gotpromoted lastmonth.

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W h o , w h i c h a n d t h a t c a n b e o m i t t e d w h e n t h e y a r e t h e o b j e c t o f t h e r e l a t i v 5e hc e
l a3ut sh e g(iw
r lh o ) t t o l d
youabout.BUTShe's thedoctorwholivesnextdoar.(whocan'tbeomitted)
Whom canbe usedinsteadof who when it isthe objectof the relativeclauseWhom is alwaysusedinstead
of who or that after a preposilionThat's themanto whomlwasspeaking lastnight
Who, which, or that arenot omittedwhen they arethe subjectof a relativeclauseThemanwholivesnextdoor
isa doctor.
Whoseis neveromitted,She'sthegirl whosecarlbought.

We use:
1 when/that to referto a time (when/thatcan be omitted) Thatwastheyear(when/that)wewenttosouthAfrica.
2 where to referto placesThetownwherehelivesisin theNorthWestof England.
3 why to givea reason,usuallyafter the word reason(why can be omitted) Thereason(why)hedid thisis stillnot

ldentifyingand Non-ldentifyingRelativeClauses
. An identifyingrelativeclausegivesnecessary
to the meaningof the mainsentencelt is
not put in commasand is introduced with who, that, whose,where,when or the reason(why).
ThedoctorwhotreatedHannahsaidshewouldbefinein a coupleof davs.

. A non-identifyingrelativeclausegivesextrainformationand ls not essential

to the meaningof the main
sentencelt is put in commasand is introducedwith who, whom, which,whose,where or when
Thedoctor,who wasveryfriendly,
gaveHannahan injection.

'l a. Fillin the gapsin the table. 5 When I spoke to him this morning he
. . . . .. t h e g a r d e nf e n c e
6 Yesterday she took the bus to work because
h e rc a r
7 The report ...... by Harry
and Sarah.
8 Duringthe last year,two new supermarkets
. . in the centreof town

Fillin byor with, as in the example.

1 The salad dressingls made r,vltholive oil and

b. Usethe appropriateverb forms from the table 2 The car was being fixed a friend of
to completethe sentences. ours
3 Thetreewas cut down a chainsaw.
1 The companysforssinformationabout all its 4 On Saturdayafternoonsthe streets are filled
customers on computer. . shoppers
2 Theparcel tomorrow. 5 That book was written .... . my favourite
3 T h ep o l i c e. . . . t h e m a nf o r autnor
6 All of this troublewas caused Sally's
a letterto Anna at interfering

3 a. Readthe passageandput the verbsintothe 4 A : H a v et h e yf i n i s h e b
du i l d i n g
t h e n e wc j n e m a
tense. yet?
B : Yes,I heardthat iVopen/the mayornextweek

Didyou writethat report?
B : No, I think iVwrrte/Fiona
OlympiGc ames

A t h e n si n 1 8 9 6 T h e y 2 ) . . 6 A : Why wereyou late?

(organise) by the lnternational Olympic B : My flighVdelay/by
the badweather
Committee, which3) (found)two years
e a r l i ebr y t h e F r e n c h m aBna r o np i e r r ed e C o u b e r t i nA t 7 A Haveyou got yourcarbackyet?
the firstgames,athletesfromjust 13 countries
B : No, iVstill/not
4) (invite)to take partin 42 eventsSince
t h e n ,t h e s u m m egr a m e s5 ) ( h o s t )b y a
differentcityeveryfour years(exceptduringthe World 8 A : Haveyou finisheddecorating yourflat?
W a r sa ) n dt h e i rp o p u l a r i thya sg r o w na n dg r o w n T h e B : No, but iVfrnish/by
the end of the month
2000 Gamesin Sydney, Australia, which
6) ( a t t e n d )b y m o r et h a n 1 O , O O 0 o n. C a nI b o r r o wy o u rb l u ej u m p e r ?
athletesfrom almost2OOcountries, B : Sorry,but iVwash/at the moment
7) (think)to havebeen
the biggestand the bestyet lt
1 0 A : H o wo l d i st h i sp i c t u r e ?
8) (hope)that the evenr
B : l V p a i n V m o trhea n 1 0 0y e a r sa g o
will be evenmoresuccessful in the
yearsto come

5 Rewritethe followingpassagein the passiveform.

b. Askandanswerquestions,
asin the example. '3a
The poticearrestedlocatman ,r"o;:;", ;.;;;';;;. ;;.r'
A: Wherewerethefirstmodern
i:f the armedrobberyof the petrolstationon GeorgeStreet
B: They
wereheldin Athens.
Who.. .? etc. ::{
:1 TheycaughtRowerunningaway from the sceneand they
t; found that he was carryingmorethan f2OO0in cash They
4 Usingthe prompts,
in the passive, ri later officiallycharged him with the robbery A police
asin the examole. ; s p o k e s m aann n o u n c etdh a t R o w ew i l l a p p e a ri n c o u r tn e x t
,l m o n t h l f h e i sf o u n dg u i l t yt,h ej u d g ec o u l ds e n t e n chei mt o
up to ten yearsin prison

Rewritethe newspaper headlines

asin the examole.

I Investigationto be held into tragiccoachcrash I

, Extrafundingfor hospitals.
1 A : W h a ta r et h e c h i l d r e d
no i n g ? I ueroict not reached
B : They/teach/E nglish Ot iurY in the announcedby Health
, : . :
TheyarebeingtaughtEnglish. : waterman case -, : -. Minister
2 A . That'sa reallynicedress
Ove-o+y sTRiKETo EE ++to
B : Thanks,iVgive/tome for my birthday Fy TRAIMDRvER5

D o y o u f a n c yg o i n go u t f o r d i n n e rt o n i g h t ? Aninvestigation
B : SorryI can't,I/invite/to a party

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passrve. sentencesaspossible

Julielivesin Barcelona
Can'tbeput intothepassive
TheychosePaulto be the newteamcaptain
Paulwaschosento bethenewteamcaptain.
Theyhaveclosedthe roadbecause ofthe floods
4 Theyhavetwo sonsanda daughter
a l a r mc l o c k
5 Thepostmandelivered the letterjust beforewe left
6 Thatold shirtdoesn'tfit me anymore

8 Fillin who,whichorwhose,then
saywhetheror not
b i n o c lua r s
the relativepronouncanbe omitted,asin the

That'sthe woman wh*se daughterworks in the

bank ir***of&eoffiiffedj tr
Maryis the personwJ'l*lwantedto speakto {r**
That'sthe book I wantedto borrow
from you e-
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5 M r J o h n s o ni s t h e m a n n o u s e1 50 n
t o po f t h e h i l l .
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.Jamie is the person . i s i n c h a r g eo f t h e
project chef
8 lsn't ClaireWinters the woman
fishwhich asapet,
brotherworkswith Steve?
9 R o h ' ct h o n o r c n n won the tennis
11 Circle
c o m p e t i t i o nn,o t W i l l
'10 1 Do you know the man owns the
That'sthe school the boysusedto go
to newsagent's?
A which B whose C who
2 N e i l s a i d t h a t t h e r e ' sa f i l m o n a t t h e c i n e m a
. . . we mightenjoy
9 Matchthe itemsin the two columns.
A which B who
correctrelativepronoun,who,whoseor which,to C whose
makeup complete sentences. 3 W h a t ' st h e n a m e o f t h a t c o m e d i a n TV
showyou werewatchinglastnight?
FTdl n doctorissomeone a fixedour car A who's B whose C whom
ETI rhe tigerisan b is usedto boilwater 4 The students, essayswere due the next
animal c c a nb e f o u n di n day,wereall workingin the library
FTI Thisis Peter lndia A whose B that C who
ETI n kettleissomething thesick
d cures
ETI Cregisthemechanrc youmer
e srsrer 5 Thisis MissWalters you spoketo on the
yesterday phone
A which B whom C who's
1- d Adoctor
thesick. 6 T h e n e w w a s h i n gm a c h i n e she bought
A where B which C who
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Useof English . ErrorCorrection

. WordFormation 13 Cross
1 Theirhouseit was brokeninto lastweek
2 Amandawho was invitedto the partyby Jane
3 He is saidthat to be veryrich
4 S h e ' sh a db e e nh e rh a i rc u t ,h a s n ,st h e ?
out-: more,better (outperform)
5 Thereportis stillbeinghadtypedat the moment
over-: to a great extent (overreact)
6 I was agreedwith everything
post-: ' after (post-graduate)
7 That'sthe manwho isworksin the supermarket
pre-: before(pre-school)
8 Joyce,whosedaughterlivesnextdoor,sheworksin
re-: again(rewrite)
semi-: half(semi-detached)
9 T h a tw h i c hi st h e g i r lw h o b o u g h tR o b , h
s ouse
sub-: under,less(sub-zero)
1 0 5hewas seento talkingto Benlastnight
super-: big, more(supermarket)
under-: not enough(underpaid)
. KeyWordTransformations

12 Complete
eachof thesentences
witha word Studythe examples.ln eachcasethe secondsentencehas
fromthewordin bold. a similarmeaningto the firstsentence.

1 He everybodyelse PLAY
i n t h e t o u r n a m e nat n dw o n e a s i l y
2 The seatshad beenarrangedin a allowed I was allowedto leaveearlybecauseI had
a d e n t a al p p o i n t m e n t .
facingthe front of CIRCLE
the room 2 The governmenthassuggested that we shouldtry to
3 Thefilm was in Frenchwith English conservewater.
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5 You mustn't how ESTIMATE promoteworldpeace.
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earthquake but theyaredetermined
4 We got a qualifiedplumberto installour new shower.
to it BUILD
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.interview,the MATCH
q u a l i f i ep
dl u m b e r .
coach tried to explain why his
team had playedso badly 5 Someone
8 Before you put in the chicken, was Hercarwas stolenlastnight
. the ovento 1BO"C HEAT 6 They will replacethe broken wrndow romorrow
9 She had always dreamed of morntng.
b e c o m i na
g STAR be The broken window will be replaced
10 | a n d w a s l a t ef o r SLEPT tomorrowmornjng
7 Theyare expectingthe Royalcoupleto arriveback in
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b a c ki n E n g l a n od n S u n d a m
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fivewords,including the wordin bold.
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by nextMonday easierToday,thanks 0) f* the
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allowed I you can safelyand easilytake
the day off yesterday your pet with you when you
travel to many European
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c o u n t r i e as n d t o a n u m b e r
causedb y a s i g n afla i l u r e
of long haul destinations
believed lt . .
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s i g n afla i l u r e
vorir net ncpds to have a
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the neck The microchiphas a special
o u rc a r .
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animal and is used for identification7)
t h e m e c h a n iact t h e g a r a g e
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by lt has 10) rabiesThenafter a follow-upblood 11) , a PETS
n a t i o n a l n e w s p a p e rt h a t Certificate or passportwill be issuedand your pet canset off with you
t h e m i n i s t e ri s g o i n g t o Of course,this new conveniencedoesn't come cheap, with the
restgn 12) costof the procedure amountingto f200
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will win 13) , w h e n c o m p a r e dt o t h e o l d w a y , a q u a r a n t i n e
the match 14) of six months at a cost of f2,OO0,it is certainlya
Barcelona 15) i n t h e r i g h td i r e c t i o n
the match

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investigation O A for to C with D o f
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t h e p o l i c es h o u l di m p o s eh e a v yf i n e s 4 A to B Into C beside D b v
f o r d a n g e r o udsr i v i n g 5 A In B on C a t D b v
by l t ........ 6 A unrque B individual C only D same
t h e l o c a l c o u n c i lt h a t t h e 7 A reasons B intentions C functions D purposes
p o l i c es h o u l di m p o s eh e a v y 8 A to b with c b v D for
f i n e sf o r d a n g e r o udsr i v i n g 9 A stored B deposited C reserved D collected
1 0 A to B o9or r)L C for D through
11 A e x a m i n a t i oBn research C test D investigation
1 2 A total B SUM C added D complete
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4) m o n t h l n r e s p o n s5 e) this demand, she'snot interested
thousandsof new sites,offeringto matchjob huntersto A explaining C explained
suitable a d v e r t i s e m e nht sa,v e6 ) B explain D to explarn
I a u n c h e dF o rt h e
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one day
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f i n d t h e o n e t h e y a r e l o o k r n gf o r T h e y c a n s i m p l y B to own D to beowning
8) r i d o f u n s u i t a b l ea d v e r t i s e m e n b t sy b e i n g
6 She b e m a r r r e d S h e w a s w e a r i n ga
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w e d d i n gr i n g
to accept a salary 10) less than f3O,OOO,
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11) if they do not wish to work outsidea certatn
area,for example, then they cantype in this informationat 7 We to go to bed soon We'vegot a very
the start of their searchin 12) to savetnemsetves busydaytomorrow
t h e t r o u b l eo f r e a d i n ga b o u tj o b st h a t a r e 1 3 ) no A should B ought C must D can
rnterest to them TheInternetalsoallowsthe job_seeker to 8 He g e t t h e r e i n t i m e ; t d e p e n d so n t h e
sendtheirCVsto a numberof differentplacesmorequickly
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a b o u tw h i c hj o b s a r e s t i l la v a i l a b l eS o , n e x tt i m e y o u a r e
15) the lookoutfor that exciiingnew opporrunrry; 9 Theleakwas fixed a plumber.
g e t o n l i n ea n dg e t a h e a c , , A w i th B for C by D to
1 0 H e c a n ' t c o m e b e c a u s eh e to work
A makes C i sm a k i n g
B i s b e i n gm a d e D i sm a d e

18 Fillinthemissing
C h i n e s ies in Taiwan
2 Haveyou invitedto the party?
3 She will have working here for
% b l iwenty-fiveyearswhen sheretires
4 That'sthe house I grew up
1 l 5 The demonstrators want to stop the law from
t "'
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c o m p u t etre c h n i c r a n
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., 8 It is that he will be the nextpresident
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9 Thesaucewas made freshherbs
1 0 The priceof computersis expected

o We usehave+ object+ past participleto saythat we havearrangedfor someoneto do somethingfor us The
pastparticiplehasa passive
meaningShehadherhaircutat thenewhairdresser's. (5hedidn'tcut herown hair)
. Questions and negations
of the verb have are formed with do/does (present simple)or did (pastsimple)
. Wealsousehavesomethingdonetotalkaboutanunpleasantexperiencethatsom WehbeondKyahtaedw a s
in town,shehadherbagstolen.(= her bag was stolen)
. Wecanusetheverbgetinsteadofhaveininform c oanl v e r s a t i ol 'nl lg e t t h e p h o t o g r a p h s d e v e l o p e d w h e n l g o

Regularactiveform Causativeform
PresentSimple He fixeshisbike He has hisbikefixed
PresentContinuous H e i s f i x i n gh i sb i k e He is havinqhisbikefixed
P a s tS i m p l e He fixed hisbike He had hisbikefixed
PastContinuous Hewas fixing hisbike Hewas havinohisbikefixed
FutureSimple H ew i l l f i x h i sb i k e Hewill havehisbikefixed
F u t u r eC o n t i n u o u s H ew i l l b e f i x i n gh i sb i k e H ew i l l b e h a v i n gh i sb i k ef i x e d
PresentPerfect H eh a sf i x e dh i sb i k e He has had hisbikefixed
PresentPerfectContinuous H e h a sb e e nf i x i n gh i sb i k e He has beenhavinghisbikefixed
PastPerfect H e h a d f i x e dh i sb i k e H e h a d h a d h i sb i k ef i x e d
PastPerfectContinuous H eh a d b e e nf i x i n gh i sb i k e H eh a d b e e nh a v i n gh i sb i k ef i x e d
Infinitive H es h o u l df i x h i sb i k e He shouldhavehisbikefixed
-ing form It'sworth fixing hisbike It'sworth havinghlsbikefixed

. We usedirectspeechto quotesomeone's exactwords We enclosetheirwordsin invertedcommas
"llivein HighfieldRoad,"Evesaid.or Evesaid,"llivein HighfieldRoad."
o We usereportedspeechto reportthe exactmeaningof what someonesaid,but not in the exactwords We
do not useinvertedcommasPersonalpronouns,possessive adjectivesand possessive
according to the meaningof the sentenceEvesaidthatshelivesin Highfield Road.
o We can reportsomeone's wordsa longtime aftertheyweresaid(out-of-datereporting)or a shorttime after

S a y - T e- A
Saycan be usedboth in directand reportedspeechlt is usedwith or without a personal object Whenit is
usedwith a personal objectit is alwaysfollowedby to (saidto him) In reportedspeechsay is not followedby
an objectpronoun,but it can be followedby that
Direct: "l'mtired,"shesaid. OR "l'mtired," shesaidto me.
Reported: Shesaid (that)shewastired.
Tellcanbe usedboth in directand reportedspeechlt is alwaysfollowedby a personal
Direct: "lcomefromNewcastle,"Garytoldme.
Reported: GarytoldmethathecomesfromNewcastle
Ask is usedin directquestionslt is alsousedin reportedquestions
and requests
Direct: "Where areyougoing?"heaskedme.
Reported: Heaskedmewherelwasgoing.
Sheaskedusto hurrvup.

i l r l l l l n u uur L rr u n r L r ,
+ w
ii= ti=*

usedwith say,tell and ask

hello,good morning/afternoon etc,something/nothing, so,a prayer,a fewwords,etc

the truth, a lie,a story,a secret,a joke,the time,the difference,
one from another,somebody
somebody the way,somebody so,someone,s fortune,etc
a question,a favour,the price,aftersomebody,
the time,around,for somethrng/somebody,

In reportedspeech:
. Tenses
changeas fotrows

" I walk to work everyday -+ Hesaid(that)he walkedto work everyday

PresentSimple P a s tS i m p l e
" I a m g o i n gt o t h e c i n e m a -+ H es a i d( i h a t )h e w a s g o i n gt o t h e c i n e m i .
" I nave finishedmy homework',
haveTtntsneo **+ Hesaid(that)he had finishedhishoinework_
" I b o u g h tt h e i rn e w C D .
Hesaid(that)he boughVhad nougfrttherr;;:;tO.
PastSimpleor Pastperfecr
" l w a s p l a y i n gf o o t b a lal t 1 2 o , c l o c k" -+ H es a i dt h a t h ew a s p l a y i n g / h abde e np l a y i n gf o o t b a lal t 1 2
PastContinuousor PastperfectContinuous
" l w i l l g o a n db u ys o m eb r e a d" I H es a i dt h a t h e w o u l d g o a n db u ys o m eb r e a d .
FutureSimple(will) Conditional(would)

Thepastperfectand pastperfectcontinuous
do not changein reportedspeech

' Somewordsand time expressions changeaccording

to the meaningof the sentence
here+ there,come+ go
today,tonight+ that day,that night
yesterdayr the day before,the previousday
now >then, at that/the time/moment.immediately
two daysago + two days before
lastmonth- the month before,the previousmonth
thisweek+ that week
tomorrow+ the next/followingday
nextmonth+ the month after,the following month
. Somemodalverbsalsochange,as follows:
will , would
- could,can (futurereference)>could/wouldbe able
can(ability) to
may might
shall ' should
+ p''rt,71rud
needn't needn't/didn,tneedto/didn.t haveto



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Usethe promptsto saywhatyou cando at eachof 3 Lookat the pictures
and makesentences
the businesses. causative
form,asin the example.

Top stylisf ct low prices
ond pizza

We'll developyour
holidoy snops while you wcit

===--= Seclgrity
We con insfoll locks, security lighfs,

LEAFLFfS ANb FLYER5ARE OUR 5PECTALTY Theyarehavingtheirphotographtaken.
2 She/order/take
5 She/teeth/check
4 He/trousers/a

4 Rewritethe sentences
usingthe causative
in theexample.
Youcanhavea pizzadelivered
1 Someone isgoingio paintourhousetomorrow
2 hair/cut
3 photographs/ develop
4 n e wb u r g l aar l a r mi/n s t a l l 2 Weareinstalling
5 leaflets/print
6 carlrepair 3 T h eh a i r d r e s sceur t m v h a i rt h i sm o r n i n o

4 T h e yw i l l d e l i v eor u r f u r n i t u r eo n F r i d a y

2 Rewritethe sentences
usingthe causative
5 T h ep l u m b eirs f i x i n qt h e s i n ki n t h e k i t c h e n
in the example.

twicea year
twicea year.
zHerjacketis beingdry cleanedat the moment
5 Complete
the sentences
usingthe causative.

3 Theirnew gasfirewas installed lastmonth 1 Ann'shairistoolongShe

4 M y m o b i l ep h o n ew a ss t o l e nl a s tn i g h t
5 Thedoctorcheckedhisbloodpressure. Theywantedto havea marqueein their garden
o Dida professional decorate theirhousefor them? They
We still haven'ttakenour holidayphotographs
be developedWe
4 4 / '
t t o

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rn[],r Lrxrrx:rtrililxrdnn,,-,rnu,!,n,ri.
John is at the optician'sHe
7 Reportwhatthe doctorsaidto the patient,asin the example.

You need to arrange for

someoneto repairyour roof

Mary's purse was stolen


the match.Tony

T h e p a i n t e ri s p a i n t i n gB e n ' s lf it is broken,
bedroom Ben. we will haveto
put it in a cast

6 Complete the sentences by

fillingin the correctformof
say,tell,or ask,asin the
1 She to sitdown'
Alisonref#me that she was 2
goingon holidaynextweek 3
N e i l ' sg o i n g i n t o t o w n , h e 4
. if we wanted 5
anythingfromthe shops 6
lf you seeCarol
her that Harrywas looking
f o r h e re a r