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Test: Module 1 Test: Module 2
Vocabulary Vocabulary
C. 1. beautiful
2. easily
A. 1. uncle 2. niece 3. August A. 1. a 2. e 3. b 4. d 5. c 3. terrible s
4. Russian 5. in 6. third B.1. b 2. b 3. c 4. a 5. c 4. well, badly

B.1. avenue 2. waitress 3. company 6. b Listening

4. sunglasses 5. spell 6. child Communication 1. T 2. T 3. F 4. F

Communication 1. d 2. c 3. a 4. e 5. b 6. f Reading

1. b 2. b 3. b 4. b 5. c Grammar 1. F 2. T 3. F 4. F

Grammar A. 1. does...leave 2. don’t have /haven’t got Writing

A. 1. lives 2. speak 3. work 4. has (got) 3. relaxes 4. doesn’t get, gets Open answer.
5. goes 5. Do...go Listening transcript

B. 1. These are not my keys. B.1. at 2. on 3. in 4. from, to A: Hi, Sophie.

2. The boys have got nice watches. C. 1. When does Andy play video games? B: Hello, Ian. What’s happening?

3. Those women are architects . 2. I don’t usually receive emails. A: Not much. I’m bored.

C. 1.your, sister ’s 2. They’re 3. Do you often go for a bike ride/Do B: Me too. Let’s do something. Do you like
you go for a bike ride often? pool?
3. sons’ 4. isn’t, his
Listening A: I love it. Let’s go to the bowling alley.
They’ve got some tables there.
1. a 2. b 3. b 4. b 1. 6:00am 2. reads 3. goes home
B: No, I can’t stand the bowling alley. Let’s
Reading 4. evening
go to the shopping centre.
1. He’s Tara’s husband. 2. She’s from Spain. Reading
A: Good idea. I can take my car.
3. She’s a secretary. 4. Julia and Maria. 1. T 2. F 3. T 4. F
B: Umm... Maybe not.
Writing Writing
A: What’s wrong?
Open answer. Open answer.
B: I’m sorry Ian, but I think you’re a very
Listening transcript Listening transcript
dangerous driver.
1. A: Hi, John. My name is Nancy Drew and this is my A: Me? Fast maybe, but not dangerous. OK,
B: Hello, Jane. This is Gary. daily routine: Every morning I get up at 6
do you want to drive?
o’clock because I take the train to work.
A: Hi. Are you John’s brother? B: Come on. You know I can’t drive.
I have breakfast, get ready and leave the
C: No, I’m his cousin from Southampton . A: What can we do, then?
house at around seven. The train journey
A: Well, nice to meet you. B: Let’s take the bus.
is about 45 minutes, so I usually take a
2. A: Heather? Is tha t you? book with me to read. My friends don’t get A: OK. Come on, then.
B: Hi. How are you? up early so I don’t chat with them at all
A: I’m ine. Are you still a reporter at the in the mornings. I start work at eight and
newspaper? have an hour lunch break at twelve thirty.
B: Well, I’m at the newspaper, but I’m a I usually meet friends for lunch. That’s the
best part of my day! Then, at 4 o’clock, I
Test: Module 4
photographer now.
A: Really? That’s a change. inish work and I go home. In the evening
I watch TV and surf the Net a little. I have A. 1. a 2. c 3. c 4. b 5. a
3. A: See you later, then, Lee.
my dinner, have a shower and go to bed 6. b 7. a 8. a 9. c
B: OK. Wait. You’ve got my number, right?
early. Like most people, I can’t wait for the B.1. freezer 2. fantastic 3. delicious
A: Umm… Let me see. Lee Richards... weekend to come. 4. modern 5. chubby 6. shaved
0120 577188. 7. oven 8. suburbs
B: No, that’s my old number. My new
number is 0120 578218.
1. a 2. b 3. b 4.a
A: Oh, OK.
4. A: Hey, you know your friend from
Test: Module 3 Grammar
Vocabulary A.1. mine, Whose 2. her, yours
A.1. karate 2. shape 3. lose 3. their, The, theirs 4. a, the
B: Who, Maria?
4. thriller 5. take up 6. instrument B. 1. Are there, there is
A: Yeah. Is she Portugues e? s
7. equipment 2. there isn’t, There are n
B: No, she isn’t. io
B.1. c 2. a 3. a 4. a 5. b a
Listening ic
A: But she speaks Portuguese, right? b
6. b 7. a 1. a 2. b 3. b 4. b u
B: Well, she’s Brazilian. P
Communication Reading M
A: OK. Now I understand. M
1. b 2. a 3. f 4. c 5. d 6. e 1. The park. ©
Grammar 2. A nice leather sofa and a beautiful old ri
A. 1. to change, watching, to watch desk. o
2. cooking, to learn 3. (His latmate) Oliver.
B. 1. Can Nancy read, can’t read 4. When he has (got) lots of work to do.
2. Can you drive, can ride


Writing Grammar Reading

Open answer. A. 1. are...doing, am organising, Do...like 1. F 2. T 3. F 4. F
Listening transcript 2. are getting Writing
1. A: That’s a nice photograph. 3. Are...working, don’t know Open answer.
B: Thanks. 4. comes, isn’t coming Listening transcript
A: Who’s that man with the short hair? B.1. him, he 2. I, them 3. us A: Hi, Fiona! Nice trip?
B: That’s Ken, my husband’s cousin. Listening B: Hi, Tim. Yes, I had a fantastic two weeks
A: Oh, yes. He’s got a moustache, just 1. Mr Benson’s secretar y 2. is coming to in the sun.
like your husband. 3. mobile phone 4. leaves A: Did you like the campsite?

B: I know. All the men in the family have Reading B: Not really, so we stayed at a hotel for
got one. 1. Town Hall, Arlington 2. 7:30am the second week.
2. A: Oh, where is it? 3. 20 4. a free T-shirt /free T-shirts A: I see. I don’t really like camping, either.
B: Where’s what? What about the weather?
A: My mobile phone. B: It was warm and sunny every day. And
Open answer.
B: It’s on the armchair in the living on the last day it was nice and hot.
Listening transcript
room. A: So, you had a good time.
A: Hello. Mr Benson’s o ice. How can I
A: Are you sure? Let me see... No, it’s not B: Yeah. The food was a little boring,
there. though. I mean, I tried some local food,
B: I’d like to talk to Mr Benson, please.
B: What? There it is! On the loor, under but it wasn’t very nice. So, I had chicken
A: Who’s calling, please?
the armchair. and chips every day.
B: It’s Mark Tompkins.
A: Thanks . See you later. A: Oh, right. Did you go shopping?
A: I’m sorry, but Mr Benson isn’t here at the
3. A: So, what do you think of the new B: Not really, I didn’t have time. But I sent
moment. But he’s coming back for his
secretary? lots of postcards. Did you get one?
three o’clock appointment. You can call
B: Who, Fran? I don’t know. She doesn’t A: Yeah. I got it yesterday. Thanks.
him then.
talk very much. B: It’s a picture of the beach near the hotel.
A: She talks to me. B: It’s an emergency. A: Very nice.
A: Do you have Mr Benson’s mobile phone
B: Maybe she doesn’t like me. number?
A: No, she’s just a serious and shy B: Yes, but he isn’t answering. Can you give
person. She can be really funny me his home number?
A: He’s not at home at the moment, but I
B: Real ly? That’s a surprise. can try to ind him.
4. A: This is an excellent lat withtwo B: Thank you. When you ind him, please
bedrooms and a large bathroom. tell him to call Mark Tompkins. It’s about
B: Nice bathroom. It is very big, but his new car. He’ll understand.
there’s a problem. A: OK. No problem.
A: What’s that? B: Thank you. Bye!
B: I like to have a bath in the evenings. A: Goodbye!
A: There is a large modern shower.
B: Yes, but I prefer baths.
A: OK, I’ve got another lat for

you. Let me show it to you.

Test: Module 6
A. 1. b 2. f 3. a 4. e 5. g
6. d 7. c
Test: Module 5 B. 1. expensive 2. diet 3. population
Vocabulary 4. jewellery 5. down 6. popular
A. 1. place, fan 2. Hold on Communication
s 3. lend 4. starting
n 1. c 2. a 3. f 4. e 5. b 6. d
ti 1. torch
B. 2. professor
a Grammar
b wrong
3. 4. exams
u A. 1. called, weren’t, went
5. order 6. abbreviation
M 2. Did...make, didn’t have
M licence
7. 8. sure
© 3. couldn’t, was, got, bought
t Communication
ir 4. did...visit, visited
y 1. d 2. c 3. a 4. b 5. h 6. e
p B.1. c 2. a 3. c 4. a
C 7. f 8. g
1. F 2. T 3. T 4. T


Midterm Test: Listening transcript Test: Module 7

1. A: I want to get a new camera. Vocabulary
Modules 1-6 B: Go to Ed’s Electronics in Green A. 1. b 2. a 3. c 4. c 5. a
Vocabulary Street. 6. c
A. 1. c 2. b 3. a 4. a 5. c A: OK. B. 1. vegetarian 2. appetiser
6. c 7. a 8. b 9. b 10. a B: Do you want to go now? It’s still open. 3.
tasteless 4. contain
B.1. manual 2. architecture A: What time does it close? 5. avoid, weight 6. mayonnaise
3. entrance 4. souvenirs B: Nine o’clock. 7. lavour
5. outgoing 6. emergency A: No. Let’s go tomorrow. Communication

7. agree 8. pass B: OK. It opens at eight in the morning. 1. b 2. a 3. b 4. c 5. c

Communication A: Even on Saturdays? Grammar
1. b 2. c 3. a 4. b 5. a 6. c B: Yeah. A. 1. any, some 2. no, some
7. b A: OK, then. 3. some, any 4. some, any, no
Grammar 2. A: Eric, let’s go to the cinema later. B.1. b 2. c 3. b 4. a 5. c
A.1. a 2. c 3. a 4. b 5. c B: OK. What do you want to see? 6. b
6. c 7. a 8. b 9. b 10. c A: I don’t mind. I like all kinds of ilms. Listening
11. b 12. a B: Well, I don’t want to see On the Road 1. b 2. b 3. a 4. a
B. 1. Tina enjoys watching comedies. 2, and that’s for sure.
2. My sister wants to have driving A: Tha t’s a comedy, right? 1. Only important people.
lessons. B: Yes, and I’m not a big fan of comedies. 2. The Nahuatl language of the Aztecs.
3. Lucy can’t stand doing aerobics. A: OK. What about that action ilm with 3. They added sugar and milk.
4. Would you like to travel abroad? Chad Hogan?
4. Dark chocolate.
5. We don’t often go bowling. B: Yeah, that sounds good.
C. 1. is exercising, isn’t studying 3. A: Hello?
Open answer.
2. usually goes, love B: Hi. It’s Ian.
3. are visiting, Do you want, am working A: Hello, Ian. How are things?
4. are you cooking B: Not bad. I have some news. I found a
5. doesn’t talk, sends new lat in Stockton Street.
D. 1. Did you buy, couldn’t A: So, you’re inally leaving home. Hey,
2. was, had, stayed, went, took, bought wait! Stockton Street? That’s near me.
3. didn’t enjoy, were B: I know.
Listening A: But that’s really far from your work.
1. a 2. a 3. b 4. a B: Yes. It’s a long drive, but what can I
Reading do?

1. F 2. T 3. F 4. F 5. T A: Maybe start looking for a new job.

Ha, ha!
B: Yeah, right.
Open answer.
4. A: At last! Do you know wh at time it is,
B: I’m so sorry. I had a terrible morning.
A: I know, I know... Your car broke
down again or you ran out of petrol
or something like that, right?
B: Not exactly. No, I woke up late.
A: I see.
B: Then, I ran out the door and tried to
get into my car, but I couldn’t ind my
car keys. Then, I realised they were s
on the kitchen table with my house io
keys. So, I called my sister and she ic
came and let me in. P
A: OK. Well, calm down. You’re here M
now. Let’s get to work. ©


Listening transcript Test: Module 8 Test: Module 9

1. A: How was your meal? Vocabulary Vocabulary
B: Delicious. A. 1. archaeological site 2. attractions A.1. b 2. a 3. b 4. c 5. a
A: Would you like anything for 3. crowded 4. save B.1. tie 2. wedding 3. till
dessert? We’ve got some very nice 5. passengers 6. suitcases 4. useful 5. plugged 6. aluminium
cheesecake today. 7. hurry 8. throw 7. comfortable
B: No, thanks. Could I have the bill? B.1. a 2. b 3. b 4. a 5. c Communication
A: Of course. Right away. 6. b 7. a 8. c 9. b 1. f 2. b 3. e 4. g 5. h 6. a
B: Wait! What is that woman over there Communication 7. d 8. c

having? 1. c 2. f 3. a 4. b 5. d 6. e Grammar
A: That’s apple pie and ice cream.
Grammar A.1. a 2. c 3. c 4. a 5. b
B: Mmmm. Could I have some of that?
A. 1. She has to take her daughter to th e 6. c
Not a lot of ice cream, though.
doctor. B.1. ones 2. too expensive, one
A: Certainly.
2. You have to get o f at the next stop. 3. enough time 4. too many
2. A: Hi, Steve. Wha t are you eatin g?
3. you have to pay over there. 5. enough 6. sweet enough
B: Nothing.
4. He has to work at the o ice till late. 7. too cold
A: Doesn’t look like nothing.
5. we have to visit it some day. Listening
B: It’s just a slice of pizza.
B. 1. Are you going to buy 1. F 2. T 3. T 4. F
A: I see. And what’s in the bag?
2. is going to cook, is she going to Reading
B: Some chips. I know what you’re make, isn’t going to tell 1. T 2. F 3. T 4. F
3. are going to attend, am not going to Writing
A: What? miss
Open answer.
B: I don’t eat junk food every day, you Listening
Listening transcript
know. But every now and then,
1. bus 2. £20.75 3. Spring ield
maybe once a month, I like eating A: Hello. Can I help you?
something that ills me up. 4. early B: Yes, I’d like these gloves, please.
A: OK. Can I have some chips? A: OK. Just to let you know you can’t
1. Half an hour. exchange any items you buy now during
B: Here.
2. Over 50,000 di ferent plants and lowers the sales, so make sure you like them.
3. A: Need any help?
from all over the world. B: That’s ine. They’re for my sister, but I’m
B: Yes, please. I’m cutting these
3. To get/buy a recipe book. sure she’ll love them.
tomatoes. Can you help me with the
potatoes? 4. By bike. / He’s going to rent a bike. A: OK, then.

A: Sure. No problem. Here we go... Writing B: How much are they? I couldn’t ind the
Open answer. price tag, but I found them next to a sign
B: What are you doing?
Listening transcript saying ‘All for ten pounds’. Is that right?
A: You said you needed help with the
A: Good morning. A: Let me just check. Yes, that’s right.
B: Hello. Do you sell tickets to Littlewood? B: Great.
B: Yeah, but don’t cut them yet. You
need to wash them irst. A: Yes, we do. Do you want to go by train or A: Would you like to pay in cash or by
by bus? credit card?
A: Oops. Sorry.
B: Em, not the train. B: I’ll use my card. I haven’t got any cash
4. A: What are you doing this weekend,
on me. Wait! Yes, I do. Here.
Darren? A: OK, then. The bus is £20.75. A: Thanks. Here’s your change and your
B: Not much. Why? B: Really? A friend went there last week
and he paid £15.75. receipt. Do you want me to gift wrap
A: I’m having a get-together at my
them for you?
house. Just some old friends from A: Tickets are £15.75 after 10am.
B: Don’t worry about it. It’s not really a
university. B: After rush hour, OK. There you go. Do I
present. My sister just needed some new
B: Sounds great. What time? have to change buses?
A: Saturday, at about seven. Is that OK? A: Let me see. Yes. You have to change at
A: OK, then. Have a nice day!
B: Well, I’m going to the gym at around Spring ield to get to Littlewood.
s B: You too.
n six. B: Really? All right. What time do I arrive
a there?
ilc A: No problem. Come any time you like
after seven. Look forward to seeing A: At around 11:30, depending on the tra ic.
M you. B: My appointment is at 1:30. What am I
© B: OK, then. See you on Saturday. going to do for two hours? Oh, well, I can
h go for a co fee or something. Thanks!
p A: Bye now.


Test: Module 10 Listening transcript Test: Module 11

Vocabulary 1. A: Hello? Vocabulary
A.1. b 2. e 3. c 4. d 5. a B: Hi, Karen. How are you? A.1. a 2. b 3. c 4. c 5. a
B. 1. painkiller 2. storm 3. dropped A: I’m ine. I’ve got a cold, but I’m OK. And 6. a 7. b 8. a
4. in 5. trouble 6. fair you? B.1. currency 2. indoor 3. capital
7. nose B: Fine. Listen. I need some help. 4. inform 5. foreigner 6. o icial
Communication A: OK. 7. connection 8. range
A. 1. d 2. a 3. c 4. e 5. f B: Could you take me to the airport on Communication
6. g 7. b Saturday? Please? 1. b 2. e 3. a 4. c 5. d
B. 1. you do me a favour A: Of course. Why not? Grammar
2. I use your phone B: I haven’t got all the information about 1. more modern
A. 2. cheaper
my light yet. But I think I have to be 3. best, most comfortable 4. worst
3. you pick me up from the airport
at the airport at nine in the morning.
4. you bring me a glass of water, please 5. more interesting , most 6. windier
A: No problem, John. What are friends for? interesti ng 7. biggest
2. A: Hi, Stuart! B.1. the 2. most 3. more 4. than
A. 1. should drink some tea.
B: Oh, hello. Listening
2. shouldn’t eat junk food.
A: Do you want some ice cream? 1. 3 2. 3 3. 3 4. 3 5. 8
3. should buy a new one.
B: What? No, thanks. 6. 3 7. 8 8. 3
4. shouldn’t lend him any more money.
A: Come on. It’s your favourite. Reading
B. 1. to cancel the app ointment.
B: It’s OK. 1. b 2. a 3. b 4. b
2. not to panic.
A: What’s wrong? Is it your tooth again? Writing
3. to drink lots of water.
You should see a dentist.
4. to show her her new mobile phone. Open answer.
B: It’s not that. I ate something last night
5. not to eat before the swimming Listening transcript
and today my stomach really hurts.
lesson. A: Good morning. Welcome to Fairview
A: Poor you. Oh, well, more for me.
Listening 3. A: It’s a nice evening for a walk, isn’t it? Hotel.
1. a 2. a 3. a 4. b B: Hello. I need a single room for a couple of
B: Yes. It’s getting cold, though. Let’s get nights.
Reading back to the house and make a nice ire.
A: Certainly.
1. F 2. T 3. F 4. T 5. T A: Good idea.
B: Has the room got Wi-Fi?
Writing B: Wait!
A: Yes, all our rooms have. Your room’s also
Open answer. A: What is it? got a TV.
B: There’s someone out there. Look! He B: Is that satellite?
needs help.
A: No, I’m afraid not.
A: Where?
B: No problem. I have a lot of work to do,
B: Over there. Should I jump in the anyway. I’ve got a big meeting tomorrow
water? morning.
A: No, it’s too dangerous. Let’s get some A: We can give you a wake-up call, if you
help. like.
B: OK, OK. You stay here and I’ll go and B: No, it’s OK. By the way, is the restaurant
get someone. open at the moment?
4. A: Linda, could I talk to you for a A: Yes, it’s open all day. You can go any time
minute? you like. Will you need to use our dry
B: Sure. What is it, Gloria? cleaning service?
A: Well, I have a problem and I’m not B: No, I don’t think so. But I’d like to take a
sure what to do. sauna. Does your itness centre have one?
B: OK. What is it? A: I’m afraid we don’t have a itness centre.
A: Well, there are some girls in my class, B: You don’t? That’s a shame.
and they’re saying horrible things A: But we’ve got an indoor swimming pool s
about me. It all started last week on the eighth loor. Why don’t you try it? io
when I didn’t give them the answers ic
B: OK. Maybe later. I need to have a shower b
to some Maths exercises. But I think u
irst. It’s very hot today.
I did the right thing, so I shouldn’t M
A: Don’t worry. All our rooms have air M
apologise to them or anything, right? ©
conditioning. t
B: Of course not. Why don’t you just h
B: Perfect. ri
ignore them? They’ll forget about it p
soon. A: OK. Here’s you key. Your room number is C
A: Do you think so?
B: I’m sure.


Test: Module 12 Final Test Listening transcript

Vocabulary Vocabulary 1. A: Are all these batteries for recycling?
A.1. score 2. research 3. got 4. missed A.1. paramedic 2. quality Wow! I should do more for the
5.discovered 6. grew 7. attended 3. mark 4. bridge environment, too.

8. beat 5. temperature 6. slice B: Yes, you should. For example, you

7. equipment 8. healthy have a garden, right? You can make
B. 1. graduate 2. doubt 3. coach
9. luxury 10. fashionable compost.
4. study 5. manage 6. genius
11. huge 12. crowded A: I don’t think so. It’s very messy and
7. hall
13. useful 14. convenient my garden isn’t very big.
15. rent 16. care, pollute B: Do you water the plants in the
1. b 2. e 3. a 4. c 5. d 17. break 18. pass morning or afternoon?
Grammar 19. inform 20. grow
A: I n the afternoon. Why?
A. 1. Julie has never played water polo. B.1. c 2. c 3. c 4. a 5. a
B: That’s not good. It’s a waste of water
2. Have you ever failed an exam? 6. c 7. b 8. b 9. a 10. c when the sun’s out. You should do
3. Dave has always wanted to study 11. c 12. a it in the morning or late in the
Medicine. Communication evening when it’s cool.
4. We haven’t travelled abroad before. 1. d 2. g 3. b 4. e 5. c 6. f A: I can water them before I go to
B. 1. Have...ever visited, went 7. h 8. a work. But is that going to save the
2. haven’t been, have lost, won Grammar environment?
3. has always liked, tried A. 1. am making, Do you want, are going B: Not really, but it’s a start . If you want,
4. did...get, was, have had 2. usually beats, plays I can show you how to make
Listening compost.
3. is retiring, is planning
1. T 2. F 3. T 4. F A: No, thanks.
B. 1. Have you tasted, have never tried
Reading 2. A: Excuse me, how much are these
2. lived, was 3. has visited
1. F 2. F 3. T 4. T jeans?
4. received
B: What does it say on the price tag?
Writing C.1. couldn’t 2. gone 3. quietly
Open answer. A: £60. But I found them over there. The
4. to travel 5. yours
sign says ‘Jeans £29.99’. Is that right?
Listening transcript D.1. b 2. a 3. a 4. c 5. a
B: Let me see... No, it’s not.
A: Well, there goes the whistle and it’s the 6. b 7. c 8. c 9. a 10. c
end of the irst half. What a match! A: I thought they were half-price.
11. c 12. c 13. a
B: Yes, and United are winning by 3 goals B: No. There’s actually a 20% discount
and it’s all thanks to their captain, Roy on these jeans.
1. b 2. c 3. b 4. c
Simpson. Two goals for him so far. A: Really?
A: What a player! And he hasn’t played B: Yes, the actual price is £48.
1. F 2. T 3. F 4. T 5. F
every game this season. He was injured A: Thank you.
ive months ago and this is only his Writing
3. A: Hi, John! How was your trip?
tenth game. Open answer.
B: I had a great time. Better than I
B: Well, he’s back now. But only till the end thought, actually.
of the season. A: Did you stay in Athens?
A: Is that right? B: No, I was in Crete. The weather
B: Yes, he’s 32 next month and he’s not was great and we also went
going to play next season. swimming.
A: Is he going to carry on his career as a A: Nice. Was it your irst time in Crete?
lawyer? B: No. I went there on a business trip
B: What? two years ago. Remember?
A: I thought he studied Law before A: Yes, I do. You’re a lucky guy.
becoming a football player. B: I suppose so.
B: No, that was his teammate Jim Rogers. 4. A: Excuse me, could I hav e the bill?
s Roy didn’t go to university.
n B: Certainly. Was everyt hing all right?
ti A: Sorry. My mistake.
A: Well, to be honest, I didn’t really like
b the chicken.
B: I’m sorry to hear th at, madam. Was
M there too much salt? Was it too spicy?
t A: The opposite, really. It didn’t have
y much taste. However, the rice with
C vegetables was delicious.