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1 Write the correct form of the Present Simple, the Present Continuous or the Present Perfect.

My friend Mike 1 (live) in Cambridge but each winter he 2 (go) to Spain. He 3 (attend) several Spanish language courses since he started going there and now he 4 (speak) Spanish quite well. While he is in Spain, he 5 (go) mountain climbing and he 6 (climb) all the important mountains at least once. Unfortunately, he broke his leg last month so at the moment he 7 (read) and 8 (watch) a lot of television. Usually he 9 (not watch) much television, but since his accident he 10 (see) at least two films every day.

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2 Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form of the Present Simple or the Present Continuous. 1 He can't come with us because he (have) a broken arm. 2 (your friend/know) how to sky surf? 3 A: (you/enjoy) the trip? B: Yes, thanks. It's great. 4 A: Where's Tim? B: He .... (look) at the view from the bridge.

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(love) bungee jumping.

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Test 2 (Module 2)
1 Complete the text with the verbs in brackets in the Past Simple, the Past Continuous or the Past Perfect. Last Saturday, Maria went with three friends to the cinema. She arrived first and 1 (decide) to buy some popcorn. She 2 (look) in her bag for her money when she 3 (realise) that she 4 (leave) her purse at home. Her friends met her as she 5 (walk) back home. Fortunately, one of them 6 (lend) her some money. By the time they got into the cinema, the film 7 (start) and they 8 (miss) the first scene so they never9 (find out) why all the people in the village were extremely tall and 10 (have) green hair. 5 Complete the sentences with would or had and the appropriate form of the verb. 1 He (write) his book ten years before the film was made. 2 Ann (look after) her sister in the evenings while her mother was at work. 3 Paul wasn't at work when I phoned because he (go) home early. 4 When Clare was younger, she (dance) all night. 5 His friends phoned the lawyer immediately after the police (arrest) him. (Score 5) 6 Circle the most appropriate modifier. 1 She's an incredibly / absolutely wealthy woman. They say she's a multi-millionaire. 2 Whats the matter with Sue? She doesn't look quite / very happy. 3 His acting was superb - he was completely / rather convincing in his role. 4 I think she drives a bit / extremely too fast. 5 The story is about a totally / really poor family in the 1930s. (Score 5) 7 Complete the multi-part verbs. Tony fell 1 Lynda when he saw her in the college production of Romeo and Juliet. She's a really nice person as well as being very pretty so it was easy to see what he saw 2 her. She went 3 him a few times but then she broke 4 him. She said he had fallen 5 love Juliet, not with her! (Score 5) 8 Circle the most appropriate linking words. By the time / After Pete and Sue left the party, the last bus had gone, 2 then / so they derided to walk home. They were crossing the High Street3 when / while there was a power cut. All the lights in the streets and shops went out. 4 Luckily / Just then. Sue had a torch. They had almost reached their flat when the lights 5 immediately / suddenly came on again. (Score 5) 9 Complete the sentences with these words. There is one extra word. actor, historical, part, situation, plot, scenes In the film Gladiator, the 1 Russell Crow plays the 2 .... of the gladiator. The 3 is based on the true story of a Roman soldier. The 4 of old Rome are amazing. If you like 5 films, you'll enjoy Gladiator.
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2 Put the verbs in brackets in the Past Perfect and put the adverbs in the correct position in the sentences. 1 She was so upset because he (write/never) to her. 2 She knew the town well because she (stay/often) there with her parents when she was a child. 3 (she steal/ever) any money before? 4 They (live/always) in the country before moving to Chicago in 1990. 5 He (not tell/already) you the news, had he?

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3 Complete the table with the affirmative, negative and question forms of used to and would. Affirmative (used to) He 1 used to like westerns, (would) They 4 go to the cinema every week. Negative Question 2 3 He he like musicals, like war films? They 5 go to the theatre.
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they go dancing at the weekend? (Score 5)

4 Cross out would in sentences where it is not appropriate. 1 My father used to /would work as a bus driver. 2 My grandparents used to / would visit us at the weekend. 3 They used to / would give me some pocket money. 4 We used to / would live in a flat in London. 5 I used to / would buy my favourite sweets every Saturday.

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Total score: 50

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Test 3 (Module 3)
1 Complete the sentences with the Present Perfect Continuous form of the verbs in brackets. 4 Traffic is becoming more congested on our roads. , it is causing more pollution. 5 I can recommend this restaurant - the food is excellent, the prices are reasonable the waiters are helpful. (Score 5) 5 Complete the multi-part verbs in the sentences. After checking 1 their luggage, they went 2 Customs. Their flight went 3 Gate 23. The plane took 4 on time and they got 5 Paris two hours

1 Sorry I'm late

(you/wait) long?

2 A: You look tired. B: Yes, I (not/sleep) very well. 3 He (work) harder this term and his marks are better. 4 You're very wet (it/rain)? 5 They (not/learn) Spanish very long. (Score 5) 2 Complete the sentences with either the Present Perfect Simple or the Present Perfect Continuous form of the verbs in brackets. 1 He's late because he (help) his father. 2 You can borrow my bike now that I (repair) it. 3 She passed her driving test in 1953 so she (drive) for over fifty years. 4 My legs hurt because I (run). 5 They (decide) to walk into town. 6 I don't want to see that film. I (see) it twice. 7 They (build) the new bypass since 2000 - I don't think they'll ever finish it. 8 This phone bill is enormous! (you/phone) your friends in Australia? 9 Here's Susan. She (arrive) at last. Now we can start. 10 She (go) to judo classes recently and she really likes it. (Score 10) 3 Circle the correct word. 1 Did you paint this picture vou / yourself? 2 The College Principal her / herself thanked each student for their help. 3 They asked me to give the money to them / themselves. 4 He worked too hard and made him / himself ill. 5 I don't think they like me / myself. 6 We email each other / ourselves almost everyday. 7 They are very good friends and phone themselves / one another two or three times a week. 8 We never buy us / each other birthday presents. 9 Cats are clean animals and are always washing them / themselves. 10 Although they hadn't met for years, they recognised each other / themselves at once.

later. (Score 5)
6 Complete the sentences with the correct verb. 1 She was late for work because she the bus. 2 A: Can I traveller's cheques in the hotel? B: Yes sir, at Reception. 3 It was a good meeting. John several very helpful suggestions. 4 What time do you usually lunch? 5 We'll a lot of time if we go by taxi instead of walking. (Score 5) 7 Complete the sentences w i t h appropriate 'travel' words. There are three extra words. accident, aisle, baggage, belt, card, carriage, jam, locker passport, pedestrian, platform, roadworks, seat On a plane 1 When I travel by plane, I prefer to have an seat rather than a window seat. 2 I usually put my hand luggage in the overhead in the plane. 3 Don't lose your boarding - you'll need it to get on the plane. In a car 4 Remember to fasten your seat before we drive off. 5 We were stuck for over an hour in a traffic on the motorway. 6 We could see two ambulances on the road in front of us so we knew there had been an 7 They've been repairing this road for weeks and the are causing a lot of delays. 8 Don't cross the road here. It's safer to cross on the crossing over there. On a train 9 Hurry up. Our train's waiting at 5. It goes in three minutes. 10 We've reserved our seats on the train. They're seat numbers 13 and 14 in D.

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4 Complete the sentences with these linking words. There is one extra linking word. although, in addition, as well as, but, however, plus 1 We left home in plenty of time we got stuck in a traffic jam and missed our flight. 2 he's always worked in London, he doesn't really like cities. 3 Our hotel was new and comfortable , it was on a noisy road and we couldn't get to sleep.

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Total score: 50

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Test 4 (Module 4)
1 Rewrite the sentences in the passive beginning with the words given. Add by + noun if necessary. 1 Lots of people in the UK buy popular newspapers. Popular newspapers 2 Is Sue Green presenting the new TV reality show? Is the new TV reality show ? 3 I think they show too much sport on television. I think too much sport 4 The police have arrested the driver. The driver 5 The Mirror isn't going to publish the celebrities' photographs. The celebrities' photographs 6 The thief had taken the painting before the guard woke up. The painting 7 The company will deliver the flowers the next day. The flowers 8 Is the government going to give every student a computer? 5 My trousers are too long. I'm going to (shorten) 6 Sue's parents won't let her (nose/pierce) 7 If you'd like a copy of Bill's letter to keep, I (photocopy) for you. 8 The children's swing is broken. We need to (fix) 9 Before I go on holiday, I must (my passport/renew) 10 Do you go to the dentist regularly to (your teeth/check) ?

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4 Complete the sentences with these linking words. although, but, however, in spite of, nevertheless 1 She finished the tennis match having hurt her knee. 2 He's a great guitarist he's not a good singer. 3 The oldest person in the marathon was eighty-two. , he finished before many younger runners. 4 he's only seventeen, he's already a millionaire. 5 I f s an action-packed film , there's a lot of violence so I don't think you'd enjoy it. (Score 5) 5 Rewrite the descriptions using compound adjectives. 1 2 3 4 5 a skiing holiday that is three weeks long a baby who is six months old a man with white hair a flight of six hours a car that cost fifty thousand pounds ....

Is every student

9 You can buy newspapers and magazine on the train. Newspapers and magazines 10 American athletes won most of the gold medals at the last Olympic Games. Most of the gold medals at the last Olympic Games (Score 10) 2 Complete this radio news report using the passive form of the verbs in brackets. The time is now one o'clock. The lunch time news today 1 (read) by John Howard ... The Prime Minister visited a primary school in Ipswich this morning where he 2 (interview) by some of the children. He opened a new sports centre that 3 (build) with money raised by the parents. Another 20,000 4 (need) to finish the swimming pool so more fund-raising activities 5 (already/plan) for the

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6 Circle the correct preposition to form multipart verbs. 1 When we have visitors, we turn off / over the TV. 2 The film starts in a few minutes. Let's turn the TV on / over. 3 My young sister likes to turn on / over to another channel to annoy me. 4 I always turn down / to the volume during the adverts. 5 When I want to watch sport, I turn to / up my mum for support. (Score 5) 7 Match the words in the two columns to form 'media' words. 1 2 3 4 5 chat soap current quality mass a) b) c) d) e) opera show affairs hysteria newspaper

summer.
Earlier today, a coach carrying a group of tourists 6 (hit) by a lorry. The passengers 7 (help) by local people until ambulances arrived. Most of the injured 8 (now/treat) at the local hospital. Two passengers with more serious injuries 9 (take) to Norwich Central Hospital later today. Witnesses say that the lorry
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(drive) too fast.


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3 Complete the sentences using have or get something done. 1 The TV isn't working. I'll have to (repair) 2 My brother went to the optician's yesterday to (eyes/test) 3 My dad's car is at the garage today. He (service) , 4 Is that a new jacket? No, I (just/clean)

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Test 5 (Module 5)
1 Put the verbs in brackets in the correct forms to express the future: will, be going to, might, Present Simple, Present Continuous. 1 I (travel) and see the world before I settle down and get a job. 2 Look at those black clouds. It (rain). 3 In our school, lessons (finish) at 3.45 every afternoon. 4 I can't meet you on Friday evening. I (play) in the basketball match. 5 Don't worry. I promise I (not tell) anyone your secret. 6 A: Can you come next Saturday? B: I'm not sure. We (be) away. 7 According to the timetable, the train (depart) 3 Is your computer enough powerful to play the latest games? 4 The jeans were such a bargain that I bought two pairs 5 The bags are too heavy enough to carry. (Score 5) 5 Complete the multi-part verbs. 1 She went to a policeman and asked him for directions. 2 Our holiday started badly because our flight was delayed. 3 Have you thrown yesterday's newspaper? 4 He tried six pairs of shoes in the shop. 5 I didn't have time to shop I bought the first CD player I saw. (Score 5) 6 Match the words in the two columns to make advertising expressions.

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8 A: There's someone at the door. B: I (go). 9 He hates football so I don't think he (watch) the match. 10 Sarah and Gary have fixed the date for their wedding. They (get married) on August 15th. (Score 10) 2 Circle the correct words in the sentences about future verb forms and their uses. 1 may/might + infinitive expresses uncertain / certain prediction. 2 Present Continuous is used for official / personal arrangements. 3 When we make a quick decision to do something, we use going to / will + infinitive. 4 When we say what we intend to do, we use Present Simple / going to + infinitive. 5 When we refer to information in a timetable or itinerary, we use Present Continuous / Present simple. (Score 5) 3 Put the, a/an or nothing in the gaps. 1 When we visited Netherlands, we stayed in Amsterdam and then in Hague. 2 Are Canary Islands popular with tourists from Britain? 3 My neighbour has got very talkative pet parrot. 4 What do pandas eat? 5 Her ambition is to climb Ben Nevis in Grampian Mountains. 6 A new training centre is opening soon to help unemployed. (Score 10) 4 Mark these sentences Right (R) or Wrong ( W ) . Correct the wrong sentences. 1 He's not old enough to drive a car. 2 We were too late that we missed the last bus

1 2 3 4 5

bargain money back brand lonely totally

a) b) c) d) e)

new found restaurant prices money

6 high 7 five star 8 value for

f) ingredients g) guarantee h) hearts

9 natural 10 lost and

i) quality j) reliable
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7 Choose the correct word to complete each idiomatic expression. 1 Solving the problem was a of cake for her. a) piece b) bit c) slice 2 The Russian dancers have the edge all the others. a) on b) to c) over 3 Sue has got a lovely voice - it's as as honey. a) soft b) smooth c) sweet 4 The new players in the team are a real of fresh air. a) breath c) breeze d) scent 5 Our Caribbean holiday was an -this-world experience. a) above b) over c) out-of (Score 5) Total score: 50

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Test 6 (Module 6)
1 Circle the most appropriate word(s). 1 He's only had two hours sleep. He must / can't be tired. 2 That answer might / can't be right because 50% of 12,000 isn't 3,000! 3 I'm not sure at the moment but I may / must be free on Saturday to help you. 4 A: Sue's late, isn't she? B: Yes. She often works late so she may not / could have missed the bus. 5 Phil was very nervous before the exam so he might / might not have done very well in it. (Score 5) 2 Rewrite the sentences using the modal verbs below and suitable verb forms. could, can't, might not, could, must 1 Ifs impossible for Jenny to be here on Friday. Jenny here on Friday. 2 Perhaps there was a traffic jam. There a traffic jam. 3 I'm certain this book belongs to Fiona. This book Fiona's. 4 Paul's a vegetarian so i f s possible that he doesn't eat fish. Paul fish 5 Ifs likely that he's coming by taxi. He by taxi. (Score 5) 3 Complete the sentences with had to, didn't have to, could, couldn't, was/were able to. 1 My cousins were away on holiday last week so they come to my party. 2 The boy fell into the river but fortunately he reach the bank. 3 We missed the bus and wait an hour for the next one. 4 By the time she was seven, Soma play the piano 3 I know i f s disappointing news but don't let it get you 4 Since the accident she has put a lot of pain. 5 Lefs get one evening next week and watch a DVD. (Score 5) 5 Write the opposite of these adjectives. 1 honest 2 reliable 5 sociable 6 tolerant 9 considerate 10 satisfied 3 dependent 4 organised 7 sensitive 8 polite

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6 Mark (X) the odd-one-out in each category. 1 hair colour a) dark b) blond c) bald d) fair 4 age a) middle-aged 2 hair style a) ponytail b) moustache c) plaits d) curly 5 height a) long 3 parts of the face a) freckles b) eyebrows c) forehead d) chin

b) elderly
c) old d) new

b) tall
c) short d) of medium height (Score 5)

7 Complete the sentences with these 'personality' words. There is one extra word. confident, creative, critical, generous, honest, moody, patient, polite, reliable, selfish, shy 1 My little brother hates meeting new people. He never knows what to say. He's quite 2 He's done a lot of revision and is about passing his exam. 3 Cathy writes stories, paints lovely pictures and designs her own clothes. She's very 4 Mrs Ellis never loses her temper. She's always with the children. 5 Tell me the truth and give me an opinion about my new hairstyle. 6 My sister's always and finds something wrong with everything I do. 7 He gives a lot of money to charity and is an extremely person. 8 She never thinks of anybody but herself. I wish she'd be less 9 We never know if Bob's going to be cheerful or miserable. He's such a person. 10 You can depend on John. He's very (Score 10) Total score: 50

very well.
5 My grandparents were lucky. They do a lot of exams when they were at school. 6 The mountaineers reach their camp safely before the weather turned bad. 7 In the past, people communicate as quickly as they can today. 8 I always liked to visit my aunt because I play with my cousins all day. 9 My brother and I clean and tidy our bedroom every Saturday morning. 10 Our kitten got stuck in a tree last week but we get a ladder and rescue her.

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4 Complete the multi-part verbs with the correct prepositions. 1 I need some exercise so I think I'll take dancing. 2 Just stop talking and get your work!

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Test 7 (Module 7)
1 Match the conditional sentences with their meanings. There is one extra meaning. 1 If I were you, I'd phone him now. 2 If you put oil on water, it floats. 3 He'll be upset if we don't invite him. 4 If you'd asked me, I'd have helped you. 5 Unless she works harder, she won't pass the exam. a) a rule, something that is always true b) a future situation that is possible c) an event that is possible if it is not stopped by something d) a present situation that is impossible e) a piece of advice f) an imaginary situation from the past (Score 5) 4 Complete the sentences with the correct form of get, have, make or take, 1 Most of the students wanted to part in the school play. 2 Simon six telephone calls to Australia yesterday. 3 The students always a general knowledge quiz at the end of term. 4 Are you any good at paper aeroplanes? 5 The language school advertisement promises to you speaking Russian in two weeks! 6 I wish he'd an effort to be more sociable at parties. 7 The children excited when they heard about the

school trip to Scotland.


8 He's a talented pianist and violinist and now he's up the guitar too. 9 Sue's very shy but eventually we her to come to the party. 10 It isn't always easy for history students to access to historical documents.

2 Complete the Third Conditional sentences by putting the verbs in brackets in the correct forms. 1 You (meet) my cousin from Canada if you (go) to the party. 2 I (can do) better in my maths exam if I (revise) for it. 3 (they/be) healthier if they (live) in the

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5 Complete the multi-part verbs. 1 She's been ill and so she needs to catch her studies. 2 Lefs get at the weekend and have a picnic. 3 If you don't like football, why don't you take another sport? 4 I must clean my room today. I can't put it any longer. 5 We didn't understand what to do so the teacher went it again. 6 They started salsa dancing last year and now they're really it. 7 He's studying hard because he doesn't want to fall with his school work. 8 The teacher told the students to stop talking and get their work. 9 On Saturday afternoons, I usually go town and meet my friends. 10 She studied economics at university and went become a successful politician.

country?
4 If she (not drive) so fast, she (not have) an accident. 5 If he (go) to university, he (might not become) a rock star. 6 What (I/do) if I (not find) my keys? 7 I (not catch) the train if they (not give) me a lift to the station. 8 If the weather (not be) bad, they (can reach) the top of the mountain. 9 We (not ask) him to help us if we (know) he was so busy. 10 If he (not win) a scholarship, he (not go) to the USA to study for a year.

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3 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. 1 I don't think they can afford (have) a holiday this year. 2 I expect (see) her this evening. 3 I plan (go) to university. 4 Would he let you (help) him? 5 I think every child should learn (play) a musical instrument. 6 I can't stand (watch) soap operas. 7 They have decided (live) in India for a year. 8 Can you manage (carry) all those books? 9 Lefs leave early to avoid (travel) in the rush hour. 10 The children promised (be) good.

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6 Match the words to make 'education' words. 1 chess 2 science 3 sixth a) school b) club c) facilities

4 state 5 sports

d) laboratory e) form (Score 5) Total score: 50

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Test 8 (Module 8)
1 Report the sentences. 1 I've borrowed your CD player.' My brother said 2 'We're watching a DVD now'. They said 3 If he doesn't phone today, if II be too late to tell him.' She said 4 'We're going to have a camping holiday next summer.' They said 5 'My sister was working in France when she met her boyfriend.' He said 6 'I don't enjoy travelling by coach.' He said 7 'We didn't visit our grandparents last year.' They said 8 I come here every week.' She said 9 'We won't stay at expensive hotels'. They said 10 'My sister started her exams yesterday.' He said 6 He's only interested in his stamp collection - he ...., it all the time. 7 He half an hour late for his interview so he didn't get the job. 8 I'd just to watch my favourite TV soap and the phone rang. 9 They they were pleased to see us but I knew they weren't. 10 He was very angry so he went for a long walk to (Score 10) 5 Complete the sentences with these words. career, job(s), profession, work 1 Teaching young children is very tiring 2 Sue's got a summer as a tourist guide. 3 She had a successful as a politician before she retired. 4 There are several that need doing in the garden

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2 Write the original words. 1 He complained that his soup was cold 2 They had been waiting there for over an hour. 3 Mr Jones said his son was going to work in the USA. 4 She said that if she passed her exams, she would have a party. 5 I said I didn't want to be late (Score 5) 3 Report what the people said. 1 2 3 4 If I were you, I'd phone him now.' She advised 'Susan, please don't go today.' They begged 1 can speak six languages fluently.' She claimed 'We're getting married next month.' They announced

before the winter.


5 Four generations of her family have worked in the legal (Score 5) 6 Write personality adjectives from the nouns. 1 sympathy

2 logic
3 bravery 4 emotion

5 help
(Score 5) 7 Complete the collocations with the correct forms of do, make and get. 1 They a lot of money when they worked abroad. 2 They've worked hard and should well in the exam. 3 The lift often breaks down. We stuck in it for an

5 'Leave the building quickly, everyone.' The fire fighters ordered 6 'I broke the window yesterday.' She admitted 7 1 didn't take the money.' He denied 8 T i l phone you tomorrow.' She promised 9 'Mum, I'm going to be late home tonight.' He told 10 'We won't pay the bill.' They refused (Score 10) 4 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the multi-part verbs. There is one extra verb. calm down, come up with, dress up, get across, go on about, look up, make out, settle down, speak up, take down, turn up 1 I'll get a pencil so I can your email address. 2 A: Do they to go to the theatre? B: No, they always wear casual clothes. 3 We've a great idea for Sam's birthday present - a flying lesson! 4 Can I borrow your dictionary to how to spell 'accommodation? 5 They asked me to because they couldn't hear me at the back of the hall.

hour last week.


4 A: Why did she the sack? B: Because she was rude to the clients. 5 I think the waiter has a mistake with the bill.

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Test 9 (Module 9)
1 Match the direct questions with the reported questions. There is one extra reported question. a) She asked me where I had lived. 2 Where will you live? b) She asked me where I was going to live. 3 Where have you lived? c) She asked me where I 1 Where do you live? 2 I picked up the baby and immediately she started crying. As soon as 3 If you phone me this evening, we can sort out the , problem. Phone so that 4 He won the competition and had a big party. Because 5 If he doesn't apologise, they won't come again. They unless 6 I asked them politely but they refused to help me. Although 7 We want to be on time so I think we should catch 4 earlier train. In order to 8 She read the letter and then threw it away. After 9 It was raining hard. They finished the match. They even though 10 I didn't know anyone at the party. However, I enjoyed it. Despite (Score 10) 6 Which words usually have positive connotations (+) and which words usually have negative connotations ( - ) ? 1 attractive ( ) 2 delicious ( ) 3 barbarous ( ) 4 insolent ( ) 5 finicky ( ) 6 popular ( ) 7 greasy ( ) 8 graceful ( ) 9 deficient ( ) 10 desirable ( ) (Score 5: half mark ea 7 Complete the sentences with whoever, whenever, wherever, whatever. It's a very progressive school. In the lessons, the pupils do 1 they want and they can sit next to 2 they choose. There are no set times for breaks so they have a break 3 they feel like it. There are pupils' paintings | and pictures on display 4 you go in the school. 5 they get bored, the children go and play outside or they go home. (Score 5) 8 Put the words in the correct categories below. emu Big Ben Stonehenge baseball hot dog kangaroo steak koala sheep farming kangaroo fishing fish and chips soccer mining dingo Uluru rugby cricket roast beef wine growing Statue of Liberty Food Sport Tourist sights Animals Industries

could live.
4 Where are you living? 5 Where can you live? d) She asked me where I lived. e) She asked me where I was living, f) She asked me where I would live. (Score 5)

2 Read the questions asked by a Customs Officer. Complete the sentences reporting the questions. 1 How long will you stay here? 2 How much money have you got with you? 3 Do you have any friends or family here? 4 Why are you visiting Canada? 5 Are you a student? 6 How long have you been a student? 7 Were you on flight BA 739 from London? 8 Can you show me your return ticket? 9 Is the red and black bag yours? 10 Did you travel alone? When I arrived, the Customs Officer first asked me * and 2 Then, he wanted to know 3 The next thing he wanted to know 4 He wondered 5 He wanted to know 6 After that, he asked 7 8 Then, he asked me He wasn't sure 9 10 Finally, he asked me (Score 10) 3 Write the direct questions. 1 He asked them how old they were 2 She wanted to know if I would leave the money there 3 He wondered if he had met me the year before 4 She asked if she could visit my grandparents the following summer. 5 He wanted to know whether I was going shopping that day. (Score 5) 4 Complete the sentences with back, off, on or up. 1 He left Australia twenty years ago and has never gone 2 We'll miss the bus if you don't hurry 3 Can you hang for a couple of minutes? I'm nearly ready. 4 I'll drop you in the town centre. 5 He's walking fast. We'll never catch with him. (Score 5) 5 Rewrite the sentences with the same meaning using the linking words. 1 They had a pizza and then went to the cinema.

1
2 3 4

1
2 3 4

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2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4 ..... I
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Test 10 (Module 10)


1 Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form. 1 My uncle has gone into hospital. I think I should (visit) him tomorrow. 2 We live in London and sometimes I really wish we (live) in the country. 7 He sailing when he was nine and his ambition is to sail round the world. 8 Has anyone a good idea for Sue's birthday present? We can't give her chocolates again. (Score 8) 4 Complete the sentences with these adjectives. bewildered, ecstatic, exhausted, impressed, indifferent, shocked, spellbound 1 They had walked for three days in the desert and were 2 He's to his surroundings and doesn't notice if his room is comfortable or not. 3 She was when she woke up and didn't know where she was. 4 The head teacher was by how well the students performed such a difficult play. 5 We were and upset when we saw how ill he

3 I overslept this morning. I should

(go) to bed

earlier last night. 4 They were very upset. I wish I (not tell) them the news. 5 Sue told me the disco had been great. I wish

(go).
6 Be careful. This hill is very steep. You should (not cycle) down it too fast. 7 I wish I (be) old enough to learn to drive. 8 I don't see my cousins very often. I wish they (not live) so tar away. 9 I've got no pocket money left. I should (not buy) those expensive trainers. 10 This party is so boring. I wish I (not be) here!

looked.
6 The scenery was magnificent and held us 7 When she heard she had won the scholarship, she was absolutely (Score 7) 5 Complete the sentences with the correct form of these verbs. There is one extra verb. climb up, crawl, plunge, scramble, stroll, struggle 1 The baby can't walk yet but she can 2 It was more difficult to come down the mountain than it was to it. 3 As soon as she realised the boy had fallen into the river, she straight in to save him. 4 'Don't with all those bags. Give me some to carry.' 5 I got up late every morning on holiday and down for breakfast about 11 o'clock. (Score 5) 6 Match the words to make everyday objects. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 pizza alarm electric TV microwave key cash palmtop coffee mobile a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) remote maker carton phone clock card computer ring kettle oven (Score 10) Total score: 50

(Score 10)
2 Complete the sentences with the correct alternative -ing form or to + infinitive. 1 I've been trying (phone) him for the last few days but there's no reply. 2 I'm sorry. I forgot (go) to the bank. Can I pay you back tomorrow? 3 Do you remember (meet) my French penfriend last year? 4 When Emma got stuck in the lift, she tried (stay calm) but she panicked. 5 Do you regret (not go) to university? 6 I hope they remember (come) early tomorrow. 7 They walked straight past me. They didn't even stop (say) 'Hello'. 8 We regret (announce) that the flight to Genoa has been delayed. 9 Has Linda stopped (learn) Japanese? 10 I'd completely forgotten (take) that photo of them last year. (Score 10) 3 Complete the sentences with the correct form of these multi-part verbs. come up with, give up, go around, grow up, set up, take over, take up, work out 1 A: What do you want to be when you ?

B: I want to be a lawyer.
2 The charity was in 1990 to help children in developing countries. 3 It took us ages to what had gone wrong with the computer. 4 I've emailing him because he never replies. 5 A big American company wants to the engineering firm she works for. 6 Last summer I bought a cheap train ticket and spent two months Europe.

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A 2 B 3 C extra Dl E2 F3 Gl Reading

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I B 2C 3 A 4 D 5 D 6 B 2 I T 2F 3F 4F 5T 6T 7A 8C 3 A 2 B extra C 4 D 3 E extra F 6 6 5 Test 3 (Module 3)

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H extra l Have you been waiting 2 haven't been sleeping 3 has been working 4 Has it been raining 5 haven't been learning 2 1 has been helping 2 have repaired 3 has been driving 4 have been running 5 have decided 6 have seen 7 have been building 8 Have you been phoning 9 has/'s arrived 10 has been going 3 1 yourself 2 herself 3 them 4 himself 5 me 6 each other 7 one another 8 each other 9 themselves 10 each other 4 1 but 2 Although 3 However 4 In addition 5 plus 5 1 in 2 through 3 from 4 off 5 to 6 1 missed 2 cash 3 made 4 have 5 save 7 1 aisle 2 locker 3 card 4 belt 5 jam 6 accident 7 roadworks 8 pedestrian 9 platform 10 carriage Test 4 (Module 4) l 1 are bought by lots of people in the UK 2 being presented by Sue Green 3 is shown on television 4 has been arrested (by the police) 5 aren't going to be published by the Mirror 6 had been taken before the guard woke up 7 will be delivered the next day 8 going to be given a computer (by the government) 9 can be bought on the train 10 were won by American athletes 2 1 is read 2 was interviewed 3 had (has) been built 4 is needed 5 are already being planned 6 was hit 7 were helped 8 are now being treated 9 will be taken 10 was being driven 3 1 have/get it repaired 2 have/get his eyes tested 3 is having/getting it serviced 4 have just had/got it cleaned 5 have/get them shortened 6 have/get her nose pierced 7 '11 have/get it photocopied 8 have/get it fixed 9 have/get my passport renewed 10 have/get your teeth checked 4 1 in spite of 2 but 3 Nevertheless 4 Although 5 However 5 1 a three-week skiing holiday 2 a six-month old baby 3 a white-haired man 4 a six-hour flight 5 a fifty-thousand-pound car 6 1 off 2 on 3 over 4 down 5 to 7

11 Word Bank Modules 1-2 l


across: romantic, science fiction, disaster, western down: comedy, thriller, fantasy, musical, cartoon, historical 2 1 parachuting 2 safari 3 canoeing 4 climbing 5 diving 6 sailing Modules 3 - 4 1 1 chat show 2 the news 3 soap opera 4 documentary 5 game show 6 reality show Modules 5 - 6 1 Students' own answers 2 Students' own answers

5 1 dishonest 2 unreliable 3 independent 4 disorganised 5 unsociable 6 intolerant 7 insensitive 8 impolite 9 inconsiderate 10 dissatisfied 6 l c 2b 3a 4 d 5a 7 1 shy 2 confident 3 creative 4 patient 5 honest 6 critical 7 generous 8 selfish 9 moody 10 reliable.

Test 7 (Module 7) l
l e 2a 3b 4 f 5c 2 1 would have met, had gone 2 could have done / had revised 3 Would they have been / had lived 4 hadn't driven / wouldn't have had 5 had gone / might not have become 6 would I have done / hadn't found 7 wouldn't have caught / hadn't given 8 hadn't been / could have reached 9 wouldn't have asked / had known 10 hadn't won / wouldn't have gone 3 1 to have 2 to see 3 to go 4 help 5 to play 6 watching 7 to live 8 to carry 9 travelling 10 to be 4 1 take 2 made 3 have 4 making 5 get 6 make 7 got 8 taking 9 got 10 get 5 1 up with 2 together 3 up 4 off 5 over 6 into 7 behind 8 on with 9 into 10 on to

Modules 7 - 8 l
I f 2 e 3 i 4 b 5 d 6 c 7 h 8 g 9 j 10 a 2 1 creative 2 generous 3 reliable 4 tolerant 5 practical 6 flexible 7 helpful 8 logical Modules 9 - 1 0 1 1 football 2 cricket 3 rugby 4 golf 5 baseball 6 surfing 7 basketball 2 across: 2 TV remote, 4 mobile phone, 6 microwave oven, 9 newspaper, 10 key ring down: 1 coffee maker, 3 computer mouse, 5 Walkman, 7 cash card, 8 kettle

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lb 2d 3 e 4a 5c Test 8 (Module 8) 1 1 he had borrowed my CD player 2 they were watching a DVD then 3 if he didn't phone that day, it would be too late to tell him 4 they were going to have a camping holiday the following summer 5 his sister had been working in France when she met her boyfriend 6 he didn't enjoy travelling by coach 7 they hadn't visited their grandparents the year before 8 she came there every week 9 they wouldn't stay at expensive hotels 10 his sister had

started her exams the day before 2


1 My soup is cold. 2 We have been waiting here for over an hour. 3 My son is going to work in the USA. 4 If I pass my exams, I'll have a party. 5 I don't want to be late. 3 1 me to phone him then 2 Susan not to go that day 3 that she could speak six languages fluently 4 that they were getting married the following month 5 everyone to leave the building quickly 6 (that) she had broken/breaking the window the day before 7 that he had taken/taking the money 8 to phone me the next/following day 9 his Mum (that) he was going to be late home that night 10 to pay the bill 4 1 take down 2 dress up 3 come up with 4 look up 5 speak up 6 goes on about 7 turned up 8 settled down 9 made out 10 calm down 5 1 work 2 job 3 career 4 jobs 5 profession 6 1 sympathetic 2 logical 3 brave 4 emotional

Teacher's Book Tests Answer Key Test 1 (Module 1) l


1 lives 2 goes 3 has attended 4 speaks 5 goes 6 has climbed 7 is reading 8 (is) watching 9 doesn't watch 10 has seen 2 1 has 2 Does your friend know 3 Are you enjoying 4 is/'s looking 5 love 6 realise 7 isn't learning 8 hate 9 don't understand 10 is/'s thinking 3 1 W: I'd quite like to go siding. 2 R 3 R 4 R 5 W: I'd prefer to play tennis. 4 1 is 2 has 3 is 4 has 5 is 5 1 visit 2 explore 3 go 4 go on 5 visit

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Test 5 (Module 5) l
1 'm going to travel 2 's going to rain 3 finish 4 'm playing 5 won't 6 might be 7 departs 8 '11 go 9 '11 watch 10 're getting married 2 1 uncertain 2 personal 3 will 4 going to + infinitive 5 Present Simple 3 1 the, - , the 2 the, - 3 a 4 - 5 - , the 6 the 4 1 R 2 W: We were so late that we missed the last bus. 3 W: Is your computer powerful enough to play the latest games? 4 R 5 W: The bags are too heavy to carry. 5 1 up 2 off 3 out 4 on 5 around 6 I d 2 g 3 a 4 h 5 j 6 i 7 c 8 e 9 f 10 b 7 l a 2c 3b 4 a 5c

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1 5 9 7 1 5 ambitious 2 difficult 3 challenging 4 organises carefully 6 exciting 7 exhausting 8 desperately succeeded 10 educational go through with get across 2 set up 3 turns up 4 take up

5 helpful 7 1 made 2 do 3 got 4 get 5 made Test 9 (Module 9) 1


I d 2 f 3a 4e 5 c 2 1 how long I would stay there 2 how much money I had got with me 3 if/whether I had any friends or family there 4 why I was visiting Canada 5 if/whether I was a student 6 how long I had been a student 7 (me) if/whether I had been on flight BA 739 from London 8 if/whether I could show him my return ticket 9 if/whether the red and black bag was mine 10 if/whether I had travelled alone 3 1 How old are they? 2 Will you leave the money here? 3 Did I meet you last year? 4 Can I visit your grandparents next summer? 5 Are you going shopping today? 4 1 back 2 up 3 on 4 off 5 up

Test 2 (Module 2)

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1 decided 2 was looking 3 realised 4 had left 5 was walking 6 lent 7 had started 8 had missed 9 found out 10 had 2 1 had never written 2 had often stayed 3 Had she ever stolen 4 had always Lived 5 hadn't already told 3 2 didn't use to 3 Did (he) use to 4 would 5 wouldn't 6 Would 4

Test 6 (Module 6) 1
1 must 2 can't 3 may 4 could 5 might not 2 1 can't be 2 could have been 3 must be 4 might not 5 could be coming 3 1 couldn't 2 was able to 3 had to 4 could 5 didn't have to 6 were able to 7 couldn't 8 could 9 had to 10 were able to 4 1 up 2 on with 3 down 4 up with 5 together

1 would 5

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1 had written 2 would look after 3 had gone 4 would dance 5 had arrested 6 1 incredibly 2 very 3 completely 4 a bit 5 really 7 1 tor 2 in 3 out wftft 4 up with 5 in (love) with

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1 going/they went to the cinema, they had a pizza 2 I picked up the baby, she started crying 3 me this evening (so that) we can sort out the pro6(em 4 he

won the competition, he had a big party 5 wont come again (unless) he apologises 6I asked them politely, they refused to help me 7 be on time, I think we should catch an earlier train 8 reading the letter, she threw it away 9 finished the match (even though) it was raining hard 10 not knowing anyone at the party, I enjoyed it 6 1+ 2+ 3 - 4 - 5 - 6+ 7 - 8+ 9 - 10 + 7 1 whatever 2 whoever 3 whenever 4 wherever
5 Whenever 8

Food: hot dog, kangaroo steak, fish and chips, roast beef Sport: baseball, soccer, rugby, cricket Tourist sights: Big Ben, Stonehenge, Statue of Liberty, Uluru Animals: emu, koala, kangaroo, dingo Industries: sheep farming, fishing, mining, wine growing

Test 10 (Module 10)


l 1 visit 2 lived 3 have gone 4 hadn't told 5 had gone 6 (should)n't cycle 7 was/were 8 didn't live 9 (should)n't have bought 10 wasn't/weren't 2 1 to phone 2 to go 3 meeting 4 to stay calm 5 not going 6 to come 7 to say 8 to announce 9 learning 10 taking 3 1 grow up 2 set up 3 work out 4 given up 5 take over 6 going around 7 took up 8 come up with 4 1 exhausted 2 indifferent 3 bewildered 4 impressed 5 shocked 6 spellbound 7 ecstatic 5 1 crawl 2 climb up 3 plunged 4 struggle 5 strolled 6 l c 2 e 3 i 4 a 5 j 6 h 7 f 8 g 9 b 10 d