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UNIT 3 - READING AND WRITING – TEST A

PART 1
1 - 1. a); 2. c); 3. d); 4. a); 5. b); 6. a); 7. c); 8. b); 9. c); 10. a)
2 - 1. B; 2. B
PART 2
1 - 1. A; 2. A; 3. A; 4. A; 5. C; 6. B; 7. B; 8. C; 9. A
PART 3
1 - a) so; b) such an; c) such a
2 - a) has sent - b) has he bought - c) haven’t forgotten
3 - a) has just arrived - b) travelled/traveled - c) haven’t read
4 - a) impatient - b) ambitious
5 - a) outstanding, short, black, silk - b) stylish, white, Italian, cotton

UNIT 3 - READING AND WRITING – TEST B


PART 1
1 - 1) am; 2) in; 3) on; 4) by; 5) food; 6) out; 7) go; 8) at; 9) make; 10) your; 11) won; 12) in
2 - 1 C; 2 A
PART 2
1 - 1) A; 2) A; 3) B; 4) B; 5) A; 6) B
PART 3
1 – a) such a; b) so; c) such an
2- a) has already arrived; b) Have you ever felt; c) have never worn
3- a) has never changed; b) sold; c) have lost
4- a) fashionable; - b) inadequate
5 – a) unusual, short, pink, cotton - b) modern, black, Indian, leather

WORKSHEET 15 - SO AND SUCH


A. 1. so; 2. so; 3. such; 4. so; 5. such; 6. such; 7. such; 8. so; 9. such
B. 1. Sarah is so busy that she is not going away for her holidays.
2. Those trousers were so expensive that William couldn’t buy them.
3. June was feeling so ill that she didn’t go to the party.
4. London is such an interesting town that Andrew would like to visit it.
5. Joanna is so absent minded that she has lost her mobile phone.
6. My parents were so late that they didn’t see the film.

WORKSHEET 16 - PRESENT PERFECT


A. 1. She has gotten married. - 2. She has visited Paris. - 3. She hasn’t gone on a cruise.
4. She has pursued a university degree. - 5. She hasn’t had any children.
6. She hasn’t bought a house. 7. She has gotten a job in publishing.
8. She has hosted big family gatherings. - 9. She hasn’t run the marathon.
B.
1. haven’t seen; 2. has (...) started; 3. has visited; 4. have been; 5. has travelled; 6. have
WORKSHEET 17
lived; 7. have (...) heard; 8. has finished; 9. Have (...) seen; 10. have known.

WORKSHEET 17 - PRESENT PERFECT


A. 1. b); 2. c); 3. b); 4. c); 5. a)
B. 1. has been; 2. has travelled; 3. has known; 4. has tried; 5. hasn’t lost; 6. have stayed;
7. has met
C. 1. b); 2. a); 3. c); 4. a); 5. c); 6. b)
WORKSHEET 18 - PRESENT PERFECT
A. 1. have you stayed; 2. have never been; 3. has always believed; 4. have already met; 5. has
been; 6. have lived; 7. has read; 8. have just seen.
B. 1. Where have you been all day? - 2. What have you found in the garden?
3. How many CDs has he bought? - 4. Who has he talked to?
5. For how long has he played computer? - 6. What have the children done?

WORKSHEET 19 – PHRASAL VERB TO LOOK


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

WORKSHEET 20 – PRESENT PERFECT VS PAST SIMPLE


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

WORKSHEET 21– ADJECTIVE FORMATION: PREFIXES AND SUFFIXES


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

WORKSHEET 22– ORDER OF ADJECTIVE


A.
Opinion Size Colour Origin Material
ugly big red Indian wool
extravagant oversized orange French cotton
elegant pretty small large blue German leather silk
strange black American synthetic
creamy Spanish
white

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


2. Philip wants to buy a pair of black, suede shoes.
3. That’s a lovely, little, black jacket.
4. I’ll take the big, white, cotton T-shirt over there!
5. I think my mother would like this oversized, brown, French, cotton coat.
6. I don’t like that ugly, loose, creamy, wool skirt.
7. There is no way I’m going to buy that expensive, blue, leather jacket!
8. This comfortable, large, black, leather sofa will look perfect in my living room.