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NAME
Listening and Speaking
2
LISTENING
Listen to the interview with Karen. Tick (

) A, B, or C.
Example:Karen is ______ .
A single


Bmarried



Cdivorced


1Karens been living in Beirut for ______ .
Asix years


Bsix months


Ca year


2Karen took a year off because she wanted ________.
Aa change


Bto teach children


Cto teach drawing and painting


3She has been studying ______ since October.
Aart


BArabic


Cdancing


4The most difficult thing about learning Arabic is ______.
Alearning to read and write


Bpronouncing the words


Cfinding a good teacher


5Karen became a belly-dancing teacher ________.
Aafter coming to Lebanon


Bbefore coming to Lebanon


Cbecause many Lebanese women wanted to learn


SPEAKING
1
Make questions and ask your partner.
2What / last thing / buy? When? Why / buy?
3What / favourite form of transport? Why?
5What / most delicious meal / ever have?
2
Talk about the statement below, saying if you agree
or disagree. Give reasons.
Money always brings happiness.
3
Listen to your partner talking about cities. Do you
agree with him / her?
LISTENING
Listen to the interview with Karen. Tick (

) A, B, or C.
Example:Karen is ______ .
Asingle


Bmarried



Cdivorced


1Karen will spend ______ in Beirut.
Aa year


Ba few months


Csix months


2She took a year off to ______ .
Ateach children


Bstudy drawing and painting


Cbe an English teacher


3Karen has been taking ______ classes since October.
Adancing


BArabic


Cart


4Karen became a belly-dancing teacher ______ .
Abefore coming to Lebanon


Bafter coming to Lebanon


Cbecause many Lebanese women wanted to learn


5The thing that Karen likes best about Lebanon is ______.
Athe Arabic music


Bthe people


Cunderstanding the culture


SPEAKING
1
Make questions and ask your partner.
1ever / buy anything online? happy with it?
2What / most expensive thing / ever buy? Why / buy it?
3When / last time / travel / plane? Where / go?
4When / last buy / present? Who? What?
5What place / often go to? Why / go there?
2
Listen to your partner talking about money. Do
you agree with him / her?
3
Talk about the statement below, saying if you agree
or disagree. Give reasons.
All cities should have a pedestrian area in the centre.
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NAME
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2
Student AStudent B
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A
NAME
Reading and Writing
7
READING
Read the article and tick (

) A, B, or C.
30 days on the minimum wage
Could you change your life in just 30 days? Thats the
question documentary maker Morgan Spurlock asked when
he filmed his new Channel 4 TV series,
30 Days
. Martin
Grady reviews the first programme of the series,
30 Days on
the Minimum Wage*
.
Spurlock, who is most famous for
Supersize Me,
his film about
the dangers of eating junk food, became frustrated that few
people know about poverty in America. He and his fiance
Alex decided to film an experiment theyd give up their jobs
for a month and try to live on the minimum wage. The
resulting documentary, which was filmed reality-show-style
using a handheld camera, contains a powerful, social message
The couple travel to Columbus, Ohio, one of the poorest
cities in the USA.The only apartment that they can afford to
rent is filthy, in a dangerous area, and has no heating or
furniture. Alex begins working as a dishwasher, whilst Morgan
them earns more than the minimum wage
.
Its difficult to watch Morgan and Alex struggling in such
terrible conditions. A charity gives them some furniture for
free, but they have to live without heating, TV and telephone.
Theyre exhausted and freezing all the time and begin to
argue about money. The couple interview people in the same
situation and listen to their stories. Its difficult to imagine,
but these people have lived on minimum wage for decades
and many have children.
When Alex becomes ill and Morgan badly injures his wrist,
they go to a free clinic for the poor, but cant see a doctor
because of long queues. People there say that without free
medical care they

d die.
After thirty days, the experiment has failed. They have spent
over $1,000 more than they have earned. The couple are
shocked they can go back to their comfortable life in New
York, but what if they couldnt? How would they continue to
survive?
*The minimum wage in the US today is $5.15 per hour.
Example:Morgan Spurlock wanted to discover ______.
Ahow life changes in 30 days


Bif you could change your life in 30 days


Cif he could live on the minimum wage



1
30 days on the MinimumWage
is ______.
Aa TV series


Ba TV documentary


Ca review


2
Supersize Me
was about ______.
Ahow eating too much junk food can be bad for you


Bpoverty in the USA


Cthe popularity of junk food


3Morgan Spurlock is ______.
Asingle


Bmarried


Cengaged


4The experiment was to discover if Morgan and Alex
could ______.
Agive up their jobs






5The documentary ______.
Ais about the rich and poor


Bis a programme with a political message


Cwas filmed by a TV crew


6Morgan and Alex rent their apartment because ______.
Aits the only one they can find


Bits cheap


Cits in Columbus


7Morgan and Alex ______ $5.15 per hour.
Aboth earn more than


Btry to earn at least


Cdont earn more than


8The couple have to live with ______.
Ano furniture


Bno central heating


Cvery little food


9During the experiment Morgan and Alex ______.
Aget on well


Bargue all the time




10Morgan and Alex cant see a doctor because ______.
Athey didnt apply for free medical care


Bthere are too many people waiting


Cthe bills are too high


WRITING
Write an article called
Has modern technology
improved our lifestyles?
(140180 words)
Begin the article with this introduction:
These days we use a lot of modern technology that makes
our lives easier. But has this technology really improved our
lives? In my opinion, there are advantages and disadvantages.
Paragraph 2
Write two or three advantages
Paragraph 3
Write two or three disadvantages
Paragraph 4
Conclusion write your opinion
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NAME
Listening and Speaking
5
LISTENING
Listen to an expert giving tips on how we can slow
correct word.
t
e
n
minutes earlier every day.
1As you start your day, remember that you shouldnt have
your breakfast _________ up.
stressful than going to the _________.
3These days many people have forgotten how to
_________.
you think more clearly and be good for your _________.
5Having a bath is much more __________ than having a
shower and it can help to slow your mind and body down.
SPEAKING
1
Make questions and ask your partner.
1think / worklife balance / equal? Why (not)?
2How much time / spend / family and friends?
3think / modern life / more stressful than in past?
4like / live / slow city? Why (not)?
5If / have more time, what / do?
2
Talk about the statement below, saying if you agree
or disagree. Give reasons.
A good worklife balance is very important.
3
Listen to your partner talking about men and
women. Do you agree with him / her?
LISTENING
Listen to an expert giving tips on how we can slow
correct word.
t
e
n
minutes earlier every day.
1Make time for breakfast, so you dont start the day in a
_________.
stressful than doing _________.
3Walking helps us remember the _________ that we live
in.
4Companies, schools, and airports often provide
_________ where you can meditate.
5Having a shower is more _________ than having a bath,
but it doesnt help you slow down.
SPEAKING
1
Make questions and ask your partner.
1happy / your worklife balance? Why (not)?
2How much time / spend / relaxing on a weekday?
What / do?
3think / clock rules our lives? How?
5How / make / city a slow city?
2
Listen to your partner talking about work. Do you
agree with him / her?
3
Talk about the statement below, saying if you agree
or disagree. Give reasons.
Men and women have very different interests.
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NAME
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Student AStudent B
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10
Listening total
20
Speaking total
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10
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NAME
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
4
GRAMMAR
1
U
nd
e
r
line
the correct word(s).
Example:You wont pass the exam,
unless
/
if
you
study harder.
1She wont go
if / unless
Rob goes, because she
cant drive.
2They said theyd phone us
as soon as / until
their
plane lands.
3Dont eat anything now! Wait
until / when
dinners
ready.
unless / if
you dont
leave work early.
5This is an urgent message. Please call me
as soon as /
if
2
the verbs.
Example:If we
had ar
r
i
v
e
d
(arrive) earlier, we would
1She wouldnt help you if she ________ (not want) to.
2I ________ (buy) you a present if you are good.
3He ________ (not do) such a dangerous job unless
he enjoyed it.
4If you ________ (not ask) for a pay rise, you wont
a professor.
6I ________ (not complain) if I had their lifestyle!
7If he ________ (not pass) the exam, hell be so
disappointed.
8His teacher wont be angry if he ________ (tell) her
the truth.
9If I were you, I ________ (buy) a more reliable car.
3
used to / didnt use to /
Did use to
, or the present simple +
usually
.
Example:I
us
e
d t
o b
e
ha
v
e
(behave) badly at school, but
now I study hard.
tired today.
before you came here?
3When we were children, we often ________ (go)
swimming in the river.
4I ________ (go) to the cinema on Wednesdays, as it
is cheaper on that day.
on really well.
6I ________ (be) a sales manager, but then I trained
to be a designer.
VOCABULARY
4
Example:Pupils in Britain can
l
ea
v
e
school when
theyre 16.
1Ive never tried to
c
________ in an exam, because
I think it is wrong.
2I never want to
t
________ an exam again. I hate
them!
3I dont know why I went to school today. I didnt
l
________ anything.
4Our English teacher always gives us a lot of work to
d
________ at home.
5The teacher said if I didnt
b
________ , hed send me
out of the class.
6I want to
s
________ French at university because Id
like to live in France when I graduate.
7If you
f
________ one of your exams, you can take it
again next year.
8I have a really important exam tomorrow so I need to
r
________ tonight.
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B
NAME
Reading and Writing
2
READING
Read the article and tick (

) A, B, or C.
The best public transport system
in the world.
Curitiba in Brazil is no ordinary city; it has the best
public transport system in the world. The mayor, Jaime
Lerner, along with the council, began developing the
world-famous system in 1971.
Mr Lerner had grown up in Curitiba and knew that the
areas, with no access for cars. The council put in
flowers, lights, and kiosks where people could sell food
and other products. To encourage shoppers to use the
new areas, the mayor gave away free paper so that local
benefit from 150km of cycle lanes, which follow old
river valleys and railway tracks around the city.
Mr Lerner realized that to increase the development
and growth of the city in the future, the public
transport system also had to improve. Buses were
chosen as the main transport because it was the
cheapest. Curitibas transport system now consists of
over 300 routes that use around 1,900 buses to carry
approximately 1.9 million passengers every day.
Approximately 60km of the roads are for buses only, so
traffic jams are unusual. Bus travel is faster and more
convenient than using private cars. The city now uses
30% less fuel than other large cities in Brazil and people
spend only about 10% of their yearly salaries on
transport costs.
Some of the buses are able to carry 170270 passengers.
School buses are yellow, and buses for disabled people
are blue. They are designed with three doors two exits
quickly. Bus stations provide free maps and facilities to
help parents with young children and people carrying
heavy bags to board the buses easily. Passengers buy a
like in an underground station.
Because of the success of Curitibas public transport
system, Jaime Lerner now offers advice to city councils
around the world on how they can solve their cities
transport problems.
Example:Curitiba has one of the best public transport
systems in the world.
ATrue


BFalse



CDoesnt say


1Jaime Lerner designed the transport system because
he grew up in Curitiba.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


the evenings.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


3There is good access to the city centre for cyclists.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


4Curitibas public transport system currently uses more
than 1,900 buses.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


5Traffic jams are common on the roads of Curitiba.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


6The inhabitants of Curitiba prefer using public
transport to their own cars.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


7Mr Lerner thinks Curitiba would be cleaner if it had
an underground system.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


8Special facilities are provided for families and
shoppers so that using the buses is more convenient.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


underground station.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


10 Mr Lerner travels to other cities to help improve
their public transport services.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


WRITING
Write about a nightmare holiday youve had, or a
difficult situation youve been in (or invent one), to
send to the newspaper. Answer the following
questions. (140180 words)

When and where did it happen?

Who were you with? Why?

What went wrong? What happened?

What happened in the end?
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A
NAME
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
2
PRONUNCIATION
7
Write the words in the correct place.
sco
o
terlo
rryplatfo
rmb
o
iling
wa
steco
a
ch
_
boiling
_1 ________2 ________
3 ________4 ________5 ________
8
Underline
the stressed syllable.
Example:mo
r
tgage
1carriage
2invest
3magazine
4tasty
5pedestrian
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5
5
Example:You should always wear a
s
eat
b
e
lt
in a car.
1
P
________
t
________ in this city is excellent. Most
people dont need to use their cars.
2Please have your
b
________
c
________ and
passport ready to show before you board the plane.
3In Australia it is the law for cyclists to wear a
h
________.
4Theres a
p
________
a
________ in the town centre
so you dont have to worry about traffic.
5When I was a teenager, we went on a school
t
________ to France.
6There are always queues at the
t
________
r
________
6
Example:Im just going to take
o
ut
some money before
we go to the cinema.
upoutwith
1Im trying not to ________ money on clothes I will
never wear.
investwastecharge
2I try to ________ some of my salary every month so
that I can go travelling.
saveaffordcost
3My parents ________ me some money so I could
buy a car.
borrowedowedlent
4When hes twenty-one, hes going to ________
money from his grandmother, who died last year.
investinherittake out
5We were charged
z
170 ________ the bottle of
champagne!
atwithfor
forwithback
7I need a ________ from the bank because I spent
more money than I have.
loantaxmortgage
20
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7
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NAME
Listening and Speaking
1
LISTENING
Listen to the interview with a professional football
word.
Example:The referee thinks its
imp
ossib
le
to choose only
one match.
The Real MadridBarcelona matches were exciting to
referee because of the incredible
1
________ in the stadium.
The player that Juan Antonio most admires is Mauro Silva,
the
2
________ international.
Juan Antonio was attacked by players and spectators after a
match because the home team
3
________.
Winning has become more important in football because of
the
4
________ involved.
Referees would find it easier to make decisions if players
didnt
5
________.
SPEAKING
1
Make questions and ask your partner.
1What / eat / typical day? What / eat / today?
2What / favourite restaurant? Why?
3prefer / do sport or be spectator? Why?
4ever cheat / exam, game or sport? How / cheat?
5any sport / like to learn?
2
Talk about the statement below, saying if you agree
or disagree. Give reasons.
People in my country eat very healthily.
3
Listen to your partner talking about sport. Do you
agree with him / her?
LISTENING
Listen to the interview with a professional football
word.
Example:The referee thinks its
imp
ossib
le
to choose only
one match.
Juan Antonio really enjoyed refereeing the Real Madrid
Barcelona games because of the atmosphere in the
1
________.
Mauro Silva is a great
2
________ being.
Juan Antonio was once attacked and
3
________ by players
and spectators after a match.
player
4
________ over in the penalty area.
Luckily most players dont cheat, so fair
5
_______ still
exists in football.
SPEAKING
1
Make questions and ask your partner.
1cook? What / like / cook?
2recommend / tourists / eat in your town or city?
3do / sport or exercise? How often?
4ever have / accident or sports injury? What / happen?
5any sport / hate / watch on TV?
2
Listen to your partner talking about food. Do you
agree with him / her?
3
Talk about the statement below, saying if you agree
or disagree. Give reasons.
Nowadays we spend too much time watching sport
on TV.
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NAME
End-of-course Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
8I ________ (eat) less chocolate at the moment
9If I had the chance to live abroad, I ________ (go).
10Molly ________ (work) in her study. Shall I call her
for you?
11I would have said hello if I ________ (see) you!
next day.
13Didnt you hear the phone ring? No, sorry. I
________ (listen) to a CD.
14I ________ (have) lunch every day with Amelia in
the canteen I really enjoy talking to her.
________ (write) three novels.
3
Example:Thats the house
w
he
r
e
my father was born.
online business.
2Are you responsible ________ the sales figures?
3Do you know where the nearest bus stop ________?
crime.
5I wouldnt have missed his party if I ________
(not / have) a bad headache.
6How much money did you take ________ of the cash
machine?
7Can you tell me ________ the main entrance is, please?
8Will you be ________ to look after the children next
Sunday evening?
9If I ________ you, Id make a complaint to the
manager.
10We cant have dinner ________ all the guests are here.
11Youre Andys cousin, ________ you?
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U
nd
e
r
line
the correct word or phrase.
Example:Theres
no / not
project finished today.
1Very
few / little
last week.
2You
must / might
3She
wouldnt / wont
for it!
4
Will / Shall
youtell me if you hear any news?
5Please talk more
. You might wake
up the baby.
6Im so tired. I wont be able to drive
unless / if
I have
a break and some coffee.
7There arent
any
/
no
big parks in this town.
8Well see you
the next / next
Saturday.
9I think
banning / ban
cars from the city centre is a
good idea.
10The boss
said / told
me not to tell anyone about the
promotion.
11If you went to visit him,
hell / hed
be so happy.
12Hes the man
whos / whose
sister won the national
lottery.
13They
usually / used to
watch TV in the evenings, but
now they go to the sports centre.
14You
mustnt / shouldnt
is illegal.
2
Example:Are you
g
oing
(go) on holiday this year?
________ (send) to your house.
3Jackie ________ (work) at the company for years,
and she still loves it.
4When they got home, they saw that somebody
________ (break) one of their windows.
5We cant go to that restaurant again! I ________ (go)
there twice last week.
6Im sorry. I think I _______ (break) your camera
when I dropped it!
7Wheres Josh? He ________ (go) to Warsaw. Hell
be back next week.
14
15
11
40
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NAME
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
3
6
the sentences.
embarrassed / embarrassingbored / b
o
r
ing
frightened / frighteningtired / tiring
Example:The match
was
bor
ing
. There werent any goals.
1Studying for five hours a day is really ________.
2I fell over in the restaurant. I was so ________!
3It rained every day on my holiday. I couldnt do
anything and was really _______.
4It was really ________ when we saw the lion so close.
5My mobile rang in the middle of the film; it was so
________! Everyone in the cinema looked at me.
6Im too ________ to spend a night alone in this house.
7Im very _______. I spent all day sightseeing and
shopping in London.
PRONUNCIATION
7
Write the words in the correct place.
handso
meb
ea
r
d
sig
h
tvo
i
ce mail
enga
gedmo
bile
_
b
ear
d
_1________2________
3________4________5________
8
Underline
the stressed syllable.
Example:mousta
c
he
1research
2mobile
3depressed
4hideous
5frustrating
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5
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5
Example:She has short
cur
l
y
hair.
1I wear my hair in a ________
to keep it out of my eyes.
2My grandfather has a thick
white ________. He looks a
bit like Father Christmas!
3She has ________ dark hair.
________ now. I didnt
recognize him without hair!
5Hes ________ because he
does a lot of swimming and
surfing.
6I was a bit ________ last year,
but now Im really slim again.
5
10
Pronunciation total
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NAME
End-of-course Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
7Do you know where the nearest taxi rank ________?
8Will you be ________ to look after the children next
Thursday evening?
9Are you responsible ________ the sales figures?
10Can you tell me ________ the main entrance is, please?
online business.
3
U
nd
e
r
line
the correct word or phrase.
Example:Theres
no / not
project finished today.
1You
wouldnt / wont
for it!
2You
mustnt / shouldnt
It is illegal.
3Please talk more
. You might wake
up the baby.
4Shes the woman
whos / whose
brother won the
national lottery.
5I think
banning / ban
cars from the city centre is a
good idea.
6The boss
said / told
me not to tell anyone about the
promotion.
7Very
few / little
last week.
8Ill see you
the next / next
Friday.
9There arent
any
/
no
big parks in this town.
10Im so tired. I wont be able to drive
unless / if
I have
a break and some coffee.
11I
usually / used to
watch TV in the evenings, but
now I go to the sports centre.
12
Will / Shall
youtell me if you hear any news?
13If you went to visit her,
shell / shed
be so happy.
14I
must / might
VOCABULARY
4
U
nd
e
r
line
the odd one out.
Example:composerteacher
e
mp
lo
y
ee
violinist
2extrasthrillerhorror filmcomedy
3forkmenuknife spoon
4straightcurlybeardwavy
5take offtravelcheck intrip
GRAMMAR
1
Example:Are you
g
oing
(go) on holiday this year?
1Wheres Lynne? She ________ (go) to Cuba. Shell
be back next week.
2Mike ________ (work) in his study. Shall I call him
for you?
3If I had the chance to live abroad, I ________ (go).
4Im sorry. I think I _______ (break) your camera
when I dropped it!
5I would have said hello if I ________ (see) you!
6I ________ (have) lunch every day with Clare in the
canteen I really enjoy talking to her.
7Didnt you hear the phone ring? No, sorry. I
________ (listen) to music.
next day.
________ (write) three novels.
10I ________ (eat) less chocolate at the moment
11We cant go to that restaurant again! I ________ (go)
there twice last week.
________ (send) to your house.
13He ________ (work) at the company for years, and
he still loves it.
14When I got home, I saw that somebody
________ (break) one of my windows.
2
Example:Thats the house
w
he
r
e
my father was born.
1How much money did you take ________ of the
cash machine?
2Youre Joels cousin, ________
you?
3I wouldnt have missed his party if I ________
(not / have) a bad headache.
4We cant have dinner ________ all the guests are here.
the crime.
6If I ________ you, Id make a complaint to the
manager.
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3
READING
Read the article and tick (

) A, B, or C.
Have you ever thought about changing your appearance?
Most of us have complained about having a bad hair day
or looking hideous in a photo. But experts say that
becoming too obsessed about our appearance can be
bad for our health. Psychologist Sue Johnston explains:
Of course its natural for people to want to change the
to wear to a party or make a good first impression at
an interview, and many women dont like to be seen
without their make-up.
But the real problems start when people feel that
feel unattractive. It may be sticking-out ears, an
unusually-shaped nose, or perhaps they are overweight.
In serious cases this small thing can often take over
going out in public and making them depressed. In 2006
we did a Body Image Survey to learn more about how
people gain confidence in themselves. Below are a few
suggestions on how to feel good about yourself.
1Think about your skills and talents. For example,
focus on success at work, participating in sports,
and friendships. Once you realize that you can
achieve your goals and have a happy, full life,
appearance will seem less important. If you do have
negative feelings about your appearance, try to do
taking up a new hobby.
2Learn to accept that you are unique. Theres no one
else in the world like you and that makes you very
special. Love the unusual things about yourself. If you
hate your red hair because its so different, then teach
yourself to think about it as beautiful and exotic!
simple rule: be realistic, work on improving what
you can change, and dont spend time worrying
about anything else.
4Stop buying fashion magazines and comparing
yourself to the models. This has a very negative
effect. Remember they dont look that good
without a personal hairstylist, make-up artist and
computer generated photography!
5Finally, if you still feel depressed about the way you
Example:Sue Johnston is a psychiatrist.
ATrue


BFalse



CDoesnt say


1Everyone is becoming obsessed with how they look.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


2If you want to make a good first impression, you must
think a lot about your appearance.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


3Many people change their looks by having plastic surgery.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


4Some people who feel ugly worry about being seen
in public.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


5The survey was to find out how people have solved their
confidence problems.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


6Taking up a new sport can help you to lose weight.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


7You shouldnt try new activities if you have negative
feelings.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


8You should enjoy what makes you look different from
others.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


9Everyone can look good with a personal hairstylist and
make-up artist.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


WRITING
Imagine you stayed with friends in Canada for two weeks.
Include the following information: (140180 words)

Apologize for not writing earlier and give a reason why.

Thank them for your stay and say how you feel about
learning to ski.

Tell them what youve been doing recently.

Invite them to stay with you and suggest what you can
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Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
7
GRAMMAR
1
Put the words in the correct order.
Example:you concert what me time tell could the
starts?
C
o
uld y
o
u t
e
l
l me w
hat t
ime the c
onc
e
r
t star
ts?
1the open me you shops could on tell if are Sunday?
__________________________________________
__________________________________________
2near if you there a do know newsagents here is?
__________________________________________
__________________________________________
__________________________________________
__________________________________________
4me is you machine the could tell where nearest cash?
__________________________________________
__________________________________________
2
tags.
1You havent been to Hong Kong before, ________ you?
2She will email him, ________ she?
3He worked in the sales department, ________ he?
4You didnt like your dessert, ________ you?
3
the verbs.
Example:If we
had had
(have) more time, wed have
visited Anne and Dave.
1They ________ (be) worried if you hadnt phoned to
say you were OK.
2Alexandra would have resigned if she ________
(not / be) promoted.
3We wouldnt have had the accident if you ________
(pay) more attention.
4I ________ (look after) the children last night if you
had asked.
5If he ________ (not / pass) his driving test, he
would have been really disappointed.
6I ________ (not / finish) my homework if you hadnt
helped me.
4
Underline the correct phrase. If both phrases are
correct, put a tick (

).
1Could you pick
me up
/
up me
at the airport
next week?
2Have you thrown
away yesterdays newspaper /
yesterdays newspaperaway
?
3Did you ask
for the steak
/
the steak for?
4See you at the party next month. Im really looking
forward to it
/
itforward to
.
5Last week I bumped
into an old friend
/
an old
friend into
.
6Your shoes are dirty. Please take
them off
/
off them
.
VOCABULARY
5
Write the types of TV programmes.
drama seriescomedy showquiz show
documentarythe newscar
t
o
o
n
chat show
sports programme
Example:My favourite character is the blue cat-robot
that can speak.
car
t
o
on
1What will happen in next weeks episode of
Lost
?
________
2and the football will be followed by motor racing
from Monaco.
________
3Sorry. Wrong answer! You lose five points.
________
4Join me after the break when Ill be talking to
Brad Pitt.
________
5All the reports were very serious today.
________
6It was difficult filming the whales underwater.
________
7We laughed until we cried!
________
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3
GRAMMAR
1
can
,
could
, or
be able to
.
Example:We were so hungry we
c
o
uldn

t
wait for
dinner, so we ordered pizza.
1After three months living here, I ________
understand quite a lot of Russian.
2Im free tonight, so Ill ________ come and help you
if you like.
3Id love ________ play a musical instrument.
4________ you lend me a pen, please?
5Ive never ________draw well, but my sister is
brilliant.
6What does this label say? I ________ see without my
glasses.
2
have to
,
dont have to
,
must
,
mustnt
,
should
, or
shouldnt
.
Example:Well
ha
v
e t
o
leave early tomorrow morning.
1You ________ drive on the right in Europe (except in
the UK).
2You ________ talk loudly on your mobile in a
restaurant. Its bad manners.
4There are hungry crocodiles in that river. You
________ swim in it!
5I need your advice. Where do you think we
________ stay in Oxford, in a hotel or a bed and
breakfast?
6Great! Its a holiday tomorrow we ________ go
to work.
7Its a great film. You ________ see it.
3
must
,
cant
, or
might
.
Example:They
m
ust
be out. Nobody is answering the
phone.
1Look, Rose left her bag here.
It ________ be Roses her bag is black.
2I passed my driving test!
Congratulations! You ________ be very happy.
3Wheres Richard?
look in his diary?
4Ive just run 20km. Im training for a marathon.
Really? You ________ feel exhausted.
5I thought you ________ like to borrow this book.
Oh great, thanks. I was thinking about buying it.
Youre right. Im just joking.
7Daisy and Martin are on holiday in Sicily this week.
They ________ be. Ive just seen Daisy in town.
VOCABULARY
4
sentences.
embarrassed / embarrassingbored / boring
frightened / frighteningtired / tiring
Example:The match was
bor
ing
. There werent
any goals.
1Im too ________ to spend a night alone in
this house.
2My mobile rang in the middle of the film; it was so
________! Everyone in the cinema looked at me.
3Im very _______. I spent all day sightseeing and
shopping in London.
4It rained every day on my holiday. I couldnt do
anything and was really _______.
5I fell over in the restaurant. I was so ________!
6Studying for five hours a day is really ________.
7It was really ________ when we saw the lion so close.
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Reading and Writing
4
READING
Read the article and tick (

) A, B, or C.
How green is your house?
As the UKs cities expand rapidly, problems are being
housing. In addition to this, energy prices and pollution
levels continue to increase.
A solution has been developed by the Peabody Trust
who have worked with environmental experts to build
the Beddington Zero Energy housing development
(BedZED) in Sutton, England.
This unique development is an environmentally-friendly
community of a hundred homes including gardens,
offices, and childcare facilities with plenty of surrounding
green areas. BedZEDs designers have created an
attractive, affordable, urban village whose unique
features benefit instead of harm the local community
and environment. BedZED is a zero energy
development no fossil fuels (coal and gas) are used
and homes do not waste energy. Building materials are
mostly natural, renewable or recycled. Houses face the
are also fitted with solar panels, which change the suns
energy into electricity. The windows consist of three
layers of glass to stop heat from escaping. The homes
are also fitted with the most modern energy-saving
appliances. It is estimated that families electricity bills
could be reduced by up to 60% whilst heating bills could
be reduced by as much as 90%.
Developers hope to achieve a 50% reduction in fossil-
fuel use by residents cars over the next decade by
reducing the need to travel. Some residents will have
the opportunity to work within walking distance of
As the need for environmentally friendly, low-energy
housing increases, BedZED may change from being a
unique model, to a model for all future houses.
Example:Cities in the UK ______.





Chave too many politicians


1Its difficult for councils to ______.
Abuild enough houses


Bpay their energy bills


Cdesign new houses


2Asolution to the housing problem ______ found.
Ahas to be


Bhas been


Cmay have been


3The BedZED development consists of ______.
A100 homes


Bhouses and public buildings


Chouses, public buildings and parks


4______ is used in the homes.
AFossil fuel


BNo energy


COnly the amount of energy that is needed


5The buildings are made of materials which ______.
Aare man-made


Bcant be re-used


Chave been used before


6The houses have ______ to produce electricity.
Aroofs


Ba lot of sunlight


Csolar panels


7The sun shines into the houses from the ______.
Awest


Bnorth


Csouth


8Estimates show that heating bills could be cut by ______.
Aover 90%


Bup to 90%


C90%


9The developers hope that in the future inhabitants will
______.


Bwalk to work


Conly use their cars to go to work


10Developers are hoping that BedZED will ______.
Aremain unique


Bchange


Cbe a model for future housing development


WRITING
Write a description of the school you go / went to.
Include the following information: (140180 words)

a brief introduction: the kind of school, size, location,
your age when you went there, number of pupils in
each class

homework, uniform, discipline, teachers

subjects best / worst

your general opinion of the school good / bad? Why?
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LISTENING
(2 marks per answer)
1B2A3A4B5B
SPEAKING
See marking guidelines on p.3.
3Grammar, Vocabulary, and
Pronunciation
GRAMMAR
1
1dont have to5shouldnt
2should6have to / must
3shouldnt / mustnt7dont have to
4must / should
2
1cant 5must
2might6cant
3must7might
4cant
3
1cant4be able to
2been able to5can / m able to
3Can / Could6to be able to
VOCABULARY
4
1turn5engaged
2back6text
3tone7message
4number
5
1ponytail4bald
2beard5well built
3straight6overweight
6
1tiring5embarrassing
2embarrassed6frightened
3bored7tired
4frightening
PRONUNCIATION
7
1engaged4mobile
2handsome5sight
3voice mail
8
1resear
c
h
4hi
deous
2mo
bile5frust
r
at
ing
3dep
r
esse
d
3Reading and Writing
READING
1A5B9C
2C6C10A
3A7A
4B8A
2.6
WRITING
Students own answers. See marking
guidelines on p.3.
3Listening and Speaking
LISTENING
(2 marks per answer)
1ho
nest
polite4o
pinio
ns
manners
2al
l
some 5a f
e
w
ten
3talk
relax
SPEAKING
See marking guidelines on p.3.
4Grammar, Vocabulary, and
Pronunciation
GRAMMAR
1
1unless4if
2as soon as5as soon as
3until
2
1didnt want6wouldnt complain
2ll buy7doesnt pass
3wouldnt do8tells
4dont ask9d buy
5had
3
1isnt usually4usually go
2Did you use to5didnt use to like
3used to go6used to be
VOCABULARY
4
1cheat5behave
2take6study
3learn7fail
4do8revise
5
1garage4sink
2country5armchair
3kitchen6block of flats
6
1have4friend
PRONUNCIATION
7
1practise4suburbs
2school5pupil
3advertise
8
1lit
erature4pa
tio
2e
n
trance5fr
ie
nd
ship
3compu
ter
3.4
4Reading and Writing
READING
1B5B9C
2A6C10A
3B7C
4B8B
WRITING
Students own answers. See marking
guidelines on p.3.
4Listening and Speaking
LISTENING
(2 marks per answer)
144discipline
2305positive
3uniforms
SPEAKING
See marking guidelines on p.3.
5Grammar, Vocabulary, and
Pronunciation
GRAMMAR
1
1any4much
2very few5not
3much6little
2
1a5the
2the6the
3the7
4an8
3
1not having4learn
2to enjoy5turning
VOCABULARY
4
1proposal5react
2organization6movement
3relax7decide
4survival
5
1with5in
2from6of
3at7for
4about
6
1self-employed4experience
2regular5A plumber
PRONUNCIATION
7
1organize4laugh
2borrow5think
3that
8
1house
work4daug
h
ter
2unemplo
y
e
d
5in
terview
3discu
ssion
4.7
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End-of-course Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
8
Write the prepositions.
Example:What are you going
t
o
do next weekend?
1Excuse me, may I try these trousers ________?
2Im so tired. I am really looking forward ________
my holiday next week.
coffees!
4Im thinking ________ applying for a job with
Microsoft.
5I spent $3,000________ a holiday to Australia.
6I could understand the film because it was dubbed
________ French.
7Shes been ________ charge of the accounts
department for two years.
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9
Underline
the stressed syllable.
Example:comp
o
ser
1appearance
2sausages
3luggage
4invest
5captain
6refund (n)
7grandparents
8village
9manipulative
10education
10
Write the words in the correct place.
c
h
anne
l
g
enerousu
ndergroundadve
rt
au
diencem
u
r
d
e
r
mo
o
dy lu
nch
o
r
ganizationj
ourneywatc
h
u
niversity
_c
hanne
l
__
m
ur
de
r
_
1________
2________3
________
4________
5
________
6
________
7
________
8
________
9
________
10
________
10
7
40
Grammar total
10
20
Pronunciation total
100
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total
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4 marks
Grammar
The student uses appropriate structures to achieve the task.
Minor errors do not obscure the meaning.
3 marks
Vocabulary
The student uses a sufficient range of words and phrases to
communicate the message clearly.
3 marks
SPEAKING20 MARKS
Interactive communication and oral production
The student communicates effectively with his / her partner,
asking and answering simple questions, and where necessary
initiating conversation, and responding. The student uses
10 marks
Grammar and Vocabulary
The student uses a sufficient range of vocabulary and structure
to communicate clearly. Minor occasional errors do not
impede communication.
5 marks
Pronunciation
The students intonation, stress, and articulation of sounds
make the message clear and comprehensible.
5 marks
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7
LISTENING
Listen to the interview with Inspector Morton about
with the correct word.
Example:Patricia Cornwell was looking for
e
v
ide
nc
e
.
1Patricia Cornwell analysed ________ from a painting by
Walter Sickert.
2She says she is almost ________ that he was the
murderer.
3Inspector Morton doesnt think her evidence is
________.
4He thinks the theory that a member of the royal family
could be the murderer is ________.
5One day the mystery of Jack the Ripper will be
________.
SPEAKING
1
Make questions and ask your partner.
1How much TV / watch a night? What / watch?
2tell me / favourite programme?
3What / advantages of not having a TV?
4think / modern inventions / make lives easier?
5any modern inventions / not live without? Why?
2
Talk about the statement below, saying if you agree
or disagree. Give reasons.
People are either born lucky or unlucky.
3
Listen to your partner talking about TV. Do you
agree with him / her?
LISTENING
Listen to the interview with Inspector Morton about
with the correct word.
Example:Patricia Cornwell cut up a
p
aint
ing
by Walter
Sickert.
1People in the art world were ________ when she cut up
the painting.
2She was allowed to examine some ________ that had
been sent to the police.
3Inspector Morton says that there is ________ that Walter
Sickert wasnt in London at the time of the murders.
4He thinks the ________ that Prince Albert was Jack the
Ripper is unbelievable.
5One day, the ________ of Jack the Ripper will be closed.
SPEAKING
1
Make questions and ask your partner.
1What programmes / watch on TV? How often?
2watch / foreign TV programmes? What / about?
3tell me / disadvantages of having a television?
4What / think / most important invention of the
modern world? Why?
5any modern inventions / make life more stressful?
2
Listen to your partner talking about luck. Do you
agree with him / her?
3
Talk about the statement below, saying if you
agree or disagree. Give reasons.
People nowadays spend too much time watching TV.
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Student AStudent B
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10
Listening total
20
Speaking total
30
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10
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Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
3
5
Example:She has short
cur
l
y
hair.
1Hes ________ because he does a
lot of swimming and surfing.
I didnt recognize him without
hair!
3I was a bit ________ last year, but
now Im really slim again.
4She has ________ dark hair.
5My grandfather has a thick white
________. He looks a bit like
Father Christmas!
6I wear my hair in a ________ to
keep it out of my eyes.
6
Example:I didnt hang
u
p
mobile.
1I sent you a
t
2Im trying to call Claire, but her lines been
e
________ for half an hour; she must be talking to
her mum.
3The person you are calling is not available at the
moment. Please leave a
m
________ after the beep.
4Ive just bought a new mobile; I must choose a new
ring
t
________.
b
________ in half an hour?
6You must
t
________ off your mobile before you go
into the cinema.
7Im sorry, I think I dialled the wrong
n
________.
PRONUNCIATION
7
Underline
the stressed syllable.
Example:mousta
c
he
1frustrating4depressed
2hideous5mobile
3research
8
Write the words in the correct place.
handso
meb
ea
r
d
vo
i
ce mailsig
h
t
enga
gedmo
bile
_
b
ear
d
_1________2________
3________4________5________
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Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
1
GRAMMAR
1
U
nd
e
r
line
the correct form.
Example:We
us
ual
ly g
e
t up
early every
morning.
1
I dont usually have / Im not usually having
dessert,
but Ill have one tonight.
2Jake
tries / is trying
3In the summer,
I often cycle / Im often cycling
to work.
4What
are you doing / do you do
this evening?
5Helen
dont work / isnt working
tomorrow, so were
6Clare buys a lot of takeaways, but
Iprefer/ Im
preferring
home-made food.
2
the verb in brackets.
Example:He
w
as w
at
c
hing
(watch) a film on TV when I
arrived.
1I ________ (already / finish) cooking when Gill
offered to help.
2As soon as I arrived, we ________ (order) our food
everyone had waited for me.
3Manchester United ________ (win) 20 at half time,
but they lost the match 32.
4We were really tired when we arrived because we
________ (not sleep) for 26 hours.
go out when you phoned.
6
I was thinking about him when he ________ (ring) me!
7Last week the boss ________ (say) he would give me
a pay rise, because I was so hard-working.
3
shall / going to / will
or the present continuous.
Example:Im sure that Jess
w
il
l he
lp
(help) you if you
ask her.
1
A
I ________ (go) to town this afternoon.
________ (I /go) to the supermarket on my
way back?
B
Yes, we need bread, milk and some fruit.
A
eggs, too.
2
A
I heard on the radio that the weather ________
(be) excellent this weekend.
B
Thats good, because my parents ________
(come) to stay with me.
3
A
I went to see
MiamiVice
yesterday at the cinema.
Its excellent.
B
Oh good. I ________ (see) it tomorrow.
A
I know you ________ (love) it.
VOCABULARY
4
U
nd
e
r
line
the odd word out.
Example:beanssalmon
spicy
sausages
2ducksausageschickenbeans
3startermain coursenapkindessert
4grilledbakedboiledraw
5knifeforkglassspoon
6frozenhome-mademenulow-fat
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VOCABULARY
4
Example:I
inhe
r
it
e
d
a lot of money a few years ago
from my grandfather.
inheritedearnedinvested
1Shes so ________. Her feelings are easily hurt.
honestreliablesensitive
2The teachers give us extra homework when some
students ________ badly.
behaverevise cheat
3I havent eaten anything for hours. Im ________!
freezingstarvingfurious
4Im ________ my third year of university, studying
biology.
inatthrough
5Could you give me a 20% ________ on this bag? It
has a dirty mark on it.
refundbargaindiscount
6My wifes a ________. Shes having an exhibition in
Paris next month.
guitaristconductorsculptor
7Youre not allowed to drive in a ________ area.
residentialpedestriansuburb
to do what she wants.
extrovertmeanmanipulative
inawayup
10We often have dinner outside on our ________ .
terracepathroof
11When I was in Turkey, I couldnt understand
anything anyone was saying. It was so ________.
excitingterrifyingfrustrating
12Go away and dont come ________!
herebackaway
13Its easy to buy things on ________. You just pay a
little every month.
creditonlinetax
14I think ________ should be banned from childrens TV
because they encourage them to want material things.
channelsadvertspresenters
5
Write the noun
Example:organize
or
g
anizat
ion
1react________
2survive________
3move________
4similar________
5possible________
6mad________
6
U
nd
e
r
line
the odd one out.
Example:composerteacher
e
mp
lo
y
ee
violinist
1check intake offtraveltrip
2straightbeardwavycurly
4menuknifeforkspoon
5horror filmextrasthrillercomedy
7
Example:My sister and I _
g
e
t
_ on well with each other.
1Tickets for U2 concerts always sell ________ really
quickly.
3It was great to see you. I hope we bump ________
each other again!
4I tried to phone Sarah, but the lines engaged. Ill call
her ________ later.
5The film
The Beach
is ________ on the novel by
Alex Garland.
6When I got ________ playing football, the doctor
said I couldnt play again for four weeks.
7It was lovely seeing you again after so long. Lets
________ in touch.
8Philip ________ yoga for an hour every day. He says
it helps him to relax.
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6We often have dinner outside on our ________ .
terraceroofpath
7Go away and dont come ________!
backhereaway
8Its easy to buy things on ________. You just pay a
little every month.
creditonlinetax
9When I was in Greece, I couldnt understand
anything anyone was saying. It was so ________.
excitingterrifyingfrustrating
inawayup
11Youre not allowed to drive in a ________ area.
residentialpedestriansuburb
12Could you give me a 20% ________ on this bag? It
has a dirty mark on it.
refundbargaindiscount
13I havent eaten anything for hours. Im ________!
starvingfuriousfreezing
14Shes so ________. Her feelings are easily hurt.
reliablehonestsensitive
8
Example:My sister and I _
g
e
t
_ on well with each other.
1When I got ________ playing football, the doctor
said I couldnt play again for four weeks.
2The film
The Beach
is ________ on the novel by
Alex Garland.
3Jeff ________ yoga for an hour every day it helps
him to relax.
4I tried to phone Mike, but the lines engaged. Ill call
________ later.
5It was lovely seeing you again after so long. Lets
________ in touch.
lunch on Tuesday? Theres a
7Tickets for U2 concerts always sell ________ really
quickly.
8It was great to see you. I hope we bump ________
each other again!
A
NAME
End-of-course Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
5
Write the noun
Example:organize
or
g
anizat
ion
1mad________
2possible________
3similar________
4survive________
5react________
6move________
6
Write the prepositions.
Example:What are you going
t
o
do next weekend?
1I could understand the film because it was dubbed
________ German.
2I spent
z
1,600 ________ a holiday to Japan.
3Im thinking ________ applying for a job with
Microsoft.
4Shes been ________ charge of the accounts
department for two years.
5Im so tired. I am really looking forward ________
my holiday next week.
6Excuse me, may I try these trousers ________?
coffees!
7
Example:I
inhe
r
it
e
d
a lot of money a few years ago
from my grandfather.
inheritedearnedinvested
1I think ________ should be banned from childrens
TV because they make them want material things.
channelsadvertspresenters
2The teachers give us extra homework when some
students ________ badly.
cheatbehaverevise
3Im ________ my third year of university, studying
chemistry.
inatthrough
4My sisters a ________. Shes having an exhibition in
London next month.
guitaristconductorsculptor
people to do what she wants.
extrovertmeanmanipulative
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2
GRAMMAR
1
present perfect simple or the past simple.
Example:Ive been to Beijing, but I

v
e ne
v
e
r b
ee
n
(not / go) to Shanghai.
Andy
Hello, could I speak to Mr Jackson, please?
Im sorry, he
1
________ (just / go) into a
Ian
2
________ (you / ever/ lend) anyone your car?
Steve
Yes, I lent it to my brother and I would never
do it again!
Petra
3
________ (you / take) out any money from
the cash machine this morning?
Toby
Doctor
What seems to be the problem?
Jack
I
4
I think I
5
________ (break) my finger.
Paul
How long
6
________ (you / know) each other?
Lisa
Well, we
7
been good friends since.
2
U
nd
e
r
line
the correct word or phrase.
Example:Youve
b
e
e
n w
o
r
king
/ worked
hard for
months you need a holiday.
1How long
has your brother been working /
does your brother work
in Madrid?
2Im writing an email to my best friend. Ive
known /
been knowing
her for years.
3Dont worry. I havent
been crying / cried
Ive got
a cold.
4Ive been waiting for this moment
since / for
a
long time.
5Hes
doing / been doing
yoga for three years now.
6Ive
disliked
/
been disliking
bananas since I was
a child.
3
Write the comparative or superlative form of
the adjectives.
Example:The people in Ireland are some of the
fr
ie
nd
liest
(friendly) in the world.
1I think this design is ________ (interesting) than
that one.
2When we all checked in, Sarahs luggage was
________ (heavy).
3Is transport here ________ (expensive) as in your
country?
4The trains in Japan are ________ (modern) Ive ever
travelled on.
5That was probably ________ (bad) meal weve ever
had in a restaurant!
6She looks much ________ (good) with long hair.
7My new office is ________ (tiny) as my last one.
VOCABULARY
4
Write the synonyms.
Example:very tasty
de
lic
io
us
1very angry ________
2very ________starving
3very frightened________
4very bad________
5very ________freezing
6very dirty________
7very hot________
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Reading and Writing
1
READING
Read the article and tick (

) A, B, or C.
We interviewed three people about how family and
friends have affected their personalities.
Maria Stanovich
Ive always had a strong relationship with my family. An
important influence on my personality was my
grandmother, Hannah. She was born in 1930 into a poor
family with seven children they had to take very good
care of each other in order to survive. Growing up in
such difficult conditions had a positive effect on her,
teaching her to share everything, be honest, helpful,
hard-working, and affectionate. My grandmother taught
me all these things, making me realize that family is
more important than material possessions.
Katie Dupont
The people around you have the greatest influence on
your life they affect the way you behave and think. As
young, his father died in a motorcycle accident. Being
brought up as an only child by a single parent made him
independent and ambitious. He left home at 16, and
since then has lived in different places and had various
jobs. Hes taught me that its important to find time for
friends and family and to do what makes you happy. He
always has fun, trying new things, keeping his mind and
body healthy, and he still works hard to achieve his
goals. I greatly admire Rob and I hope that one day I
can look at life in the way that he does.
Jed Mitchell
I spent many hours as a child listening to my uncle
Wilsons stories. He was the youngest of 11 children
whose family lived in a fishing town in Scotland. Life
was hard and with so many mouths to feed, the
children began working from an early age. At just 14,
my uncle began his first job as a fisherman. That was
the beginning of his adventures he travelled and
worked in Alaska, South-East Asia, India, and Africa. He
educated himself, learnt to be a chef, an engineer, a
farmer, and photographer. Uncle Wilson taught me that
life is special and that you should take every
opportunity that you can to fill it with adventure.
Example:Katie believes that your family and friends dont
influence you.
ATrue


BFalse



CDoesnt say


1Marias personality was affected by her grandmother.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


2There were some advantages to Marias grandmothers
hard life.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


3Marias grandmother taught her to tell the truth.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


5Katie and Rob both appreciate life in the same way.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


6Katie is younger than Rob.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


7Jeds uncle Wilson worked to help buy food for his
family.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


8Jeds uncle Wilson taught his children a lot about life.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


9Jeds uncle taught him how to fish.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


10Jed travels a lot like his uncle did.
A True


BFalse


CDoesnt say


WRITING
Imagine youre going to study at a language school in
the UK for three weeks. You receive an email from
your home-stay family asking some questions about
your lifestyle. Reply to their email and include the
following information. (140180 words)

thank them for email

your age, family, work / study

what you usually eat / your likes and dislikes

sports you do / interests you have
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Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
6
5
Example:
The Beach
is
s
e
t
in Thailand.
1The film was recorded in English and then ________
into German and French.
2
The Beach
was filmed on ________ in Thailand.
3The ________ to the film
Pulp Fiction
became a best-
selling CD.
4The film is in Japanese, so I will have to read the
________.
5Hundreds of ________ were employed for the battle
scenes in
The Lord of the Rings
films.
6The James Bond films are ________ on the novels by
Ian Fleming.
7Animators who worked on
The Matrix
used
________ effects to make it as if people could fly.
6
Write the jobs.
Example:
Sculp
t
or
s
make large structures out of wood
and stone. (sculpture)
1________ write music. (compose)
2A ________ is a person who plays a musical
instrument. (music)
3The flamenco ________ Rafael Lloyd is playing in
Paris next week. (guitar)
4________ help to decide how a country should be
governed. (politics)
5The ________ stands in front of the orchestra.
(conduct)
6________ have changed the way we live for ever.
(science)
7________ have to wear a lot of make-up under the
TV lights. (present)
PRONUNCIATION
7
Write the words in the correct place.
re
ceiptvi
olinistst
a
t
io
ne
r
s
scre
e
n
sho
ppingau
dience
__
stat
ione
r
s
__1 ________2 ________
3 _________4 ________5 ________
8
Underline
the stressed syllable.
Example:s
ub
titles
1politician
2sequel
3bargain
4photographer
5library
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5
10
Pronunciation total
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Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
6
GRAMMAR
1
Example:This is the beach
w
he
r
e
we used to come
every summer.
1Its a film ________ is about Che Guevaras trip in
South America.
2His grandfather, ________ is eighty-seven, still
works as a lawyer.
3Thats the boy ________ brother is a professional
footballer.
4The town ________ I grew up has changed a lot
since I was young.
5The
Mona Lisa
, ________ was painted in 1503, is
worth millions of pounds.
2
Example:Do you want to go? He asked me
if / w
he
the
r
I wanted to go.
1Are you listening? The teacher asked ________ we
were listening.
2I must be back at 7.30 p.m. She said she ________
be back at 7.30 p.m.
3Ive left my homework at home. He said he
________ his homework at home.
4Ill give you a lift. He said he ________ give me a lift.
5We may not have it in stock. The shop assistant said
they ________ have it in stock.
6Dont walk on the grass! The man told us ________
walk on the grass.
7What are your names? They asked us what our
names ________.
3
the passive.
Example:Look at the date this cheese has to be
eat
e
n
(eat) today.
1Next year over 2,000,000 mobile phones ________
(make) in South Korea.
2Around 500,000 ________ (steal) from a bank in
Geneva this afternoon.
3
Kill Bill
________ (direct) by Quentin Tarantino.
4Too much money ________ (spend) last year on
personal expenses.
5From next week, you ________ (expect) to arrive at
work on time.
6Please wait in the lounge while your room ________
(clean).
7Most of the pollution in city centres ________
(cause) by traffic jams.
VOCABULARY
4
Example:
The Beach
is
s
e
t
in Thailand.
1The James Bond films are ________ on the novels by
Ian Fleming.
2Hundreds of ________ were employed for the battle
scenes in
The Lord of the Rings
films.
3Animators who worked on
The Matrix
used
________ effects to make it as if people could fly.
4The ________ to the film
Pulp Fiction
became a
best-selling CD.
5
The Beach
was filmed on ________ in Thailand.
6The film was recorded in English and then ________
into German and French.
7The film is in Chinese, so I will have to read the
________.
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LISTENING
You will hear four people being interviewed about
English people and politeness. C
r
oss ou
t
the wrong
information. Write the correct information.
Example:Speaker 1 went to H
ung
ar
y
.
L
ondon
1Speaker 1 says that the tutors were honest when they
gave their opinion.
_________________
2Speaker 1 says that all of his colleagues passed the
training course.
_________________
3Speaker 2 thinks that English people should talk more.
_________________
opinions than people in his country.
_________________
5Speaker 4 was hit by people with umbrellas a few times.
_________________
SPEAKING
1
Make questions and ask your partner.
1What make / mobile phone? Why / choose it?
3What / most frightening experience / ever have?
4Which member(s) of family / you look like? How /
similar?
2
Talk about the statement below, saying if you agree
or disagree. Give reasons.
It is important to find out about good manners in
other cultures.
3
Listen to your partner talking about appearance.
Do you agree with him / her?
LISTENING
You will hear four people being interviewed about
English people and politeness. C
r
oss
ou
t
the wrong
information. Write the correct information.
Example:Speaker 1 is from L
o
nd
o
n
.
H
ung
ar
y
1Speaker 1 was learning to speak English.
_________________
2Speaker 1 thinks that English people should be more
talkative.
_________________
3Speaker 2 says that people in her country are noisier and
more friendly than the English.
_________________
4Speaker 3 thinks that the majority of English people who
come to his country are hooligans.
_________________
5Speaker 4 asked the person who hit her to be more polite.
_________________
SPEAKING
1
Make questions and ask your partner.
1prefer / send text messages or talk on mobile? Why?
3describe / photo of yourself / you dont like? Why /
not like it?
4What / closest friend / look like?
5What / like / able to do well?
2
Listen to your partner talking about manners. Do
you agree with him / her?
3
Talk about the statement below, saying if you agree
or disagree. Give reasons.
It is impossible not to judge people by their appearance.
30
Listening and Speaking total
10
Listening total
20
Speaking total
Student AStudent B
30
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10
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NAME
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
6
GRAMMAR
1
Example:Do you want to go? He asked me
if / w
he
the
r
I wanted to go.
1Dont walk on the grass! The man told us ________
walk on the grass.
2We may not have it in stock. The shop assistant said
they ________ have it in stock.
3Ill give you a lift. He said he ________ give me
a lift.
4What are your names? They asked us what our
names ________.
5I must be back at 3 p.m. He said he ________ be
back at 3 p.m.
6Are you listening? The teacher asked ________ we
were listening.
7Ive left my homework at home. She said she
________ her homework at home.
2
the passive.
Example:Look at the date this cheese has to be
eat
e
n
(eat) today.
1Please wait in the lounge while your room ________
(clean).
2From next week, you ________ (expect) to arrive at
work on time.
3Too much money ________ (spend) last year on
personal expenses.
4Most of the pollution in city centres ________
(cause) by traffic jams.
5Around 500,000 ________ (steal) from a bank in
Zurich this afternoon.
6Next year over 2,000,000 mobile phones ________
(make) in South Korea.
7
Kill Bill
________ (direct) by Quentin Tarantino.
3
Example:This is the beach
w
he
r
e
we used to come
every summer.
2The
Mona Lisa
, ________ was painted in 1503, is
worth millions of pounds.
3The town ________ I grew up has changed a lot
since I was young.
4His grandfather, ________ is eighty-seven, still
works as a lawyer.
5Its a film ________ is about Che Guevaras trip in
South America.
6Thats the boy ________
brother is a professional
footballer.
VOCABULARY
4
Example:Lets go to the
b
ut
c
he
r
s
sausages.
butcherschemistsbakers
1I saw a great pair of shoes ________. So I went in
and bought them.
2This is going to be too heavy to carry. Well need a
________.
3The bookshops on the second floor of the ________.
supermarketnewsagentsshopping centre
4The apples were a bit smaller than usual so I asked
for a ________.
bargaindiscountrefund
5Id like to make a complaint. Please call the
________.
shop assistantcustomermanager
6We bought our car on ________.
the salescreditcompensation
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NAME
Reading and Writing
1
READING
Read the article and tick (

) A, B, or C.
We interviewed three people about how family and
friends have affected their personalities.
Maria Stanovich
Ive always had a strong relationship with my family. An
important influence on my personality was my
grandmother, Hannah. She was born in 1930 into a
poor family with seven children they had to take very
good care of each other in order to survive. Growing
up in such difficult conditions had a positive effect on
her, teaching her to share everything, be honest,
helpful, hard-working, and affectionate. My
grandmother taught me all these things, making me
realize that family is more important than material
possessions.
Katie Dupont
The people around you have the greatest influence on
your life they affect the way you behave and think. As
young, his father died in a motorcycle accident. Being
brought up as an only child by a single parent made him
independent and ambitious. He left home at 16, and
since then has lived in different places and had various
jobs. Hes taught me that its important to find time for
friends and family and to do what makes you happy. He
always has fun, trying new things, keeping his mind and
body healthy, and he still works hard to achieve his
goals. I greatly admire Rob and I hope that one day I
can look at life in the way that he does.
Jed Mitchell
I spent many hours as a child listening to my uncle
Wilsons stories. He was the youngest of 11 children
whose family lived in a fishing town in Scotland. Life
was hard and with so many mouths to feed, the
children began working from an early age. At just 14,
my uncle began his first job as a fisherman. That was
the beginning of his adventures he travelled and
worked in Alaska, South-East Asia, India, and Africa. He
educated himself, learnt to be a chef, an engineer, a
farmer, and photographer. Uncle Wilson taught me that
life is special and that you should take every
opportunity that you can to fill it with adventure.
Example:Katie believes that your family and friends dont
influence you.
ATrue


BFalse



CDoesnt say


1Maria has a close relationship with her family.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


2Marias grandmother had seven children.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


3Marias grandmother is still alive.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


4Growing up in a big family made Marias grandmother
less selfish.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


6Katie knew she and Rob would be good friends because
they immediately got on well.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


7Katie thinks Rob lives his life in a positive way.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


8Jeds uncles first job was as a chef.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


9Jed thinks people shouldnt waste any chances in life.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


10Jed would like to travel like his uncle did.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


WRITING
Imagine youre going to study at a language school in
the UK for three weeks. You receive an email from
your home-stay family asking some questions about
your lifestyle. Reply to their email and include the
following information. (140180 words)

thank them for email

your age, family, work / study

what you usually eat / your likes and dislikes

sports you do / interests you have
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NAME
Reading and Writing
5
READING
Read the article and tick (

) A, B, or C.
How I got my dream job
Are you still looking for your dream job? Dont give up.
Heres how three people achieved their goals
.
Mario Mendes, 29
Im part of a team that develops new technologies. I work
dream job, but it was worth the effort. My advice? Decide
exactly what your dream job is and what it involves. Learn
about the job. Make contact with companies that could
offer your chosen career. Make sure they know your
Andy Collins, 46
As a student, I earned $295 a week in
cash working in a beach caf. At the time, it was my dream
job! Later I became a chef. It was hard work, I was often in a
hot kitchen for twelve hours a day, six days a week. But you
have to know the meaning of hard work if you want to
achieve your goals. I now own five restaurants around the
U.S. My best advice is to find out what your skills and
that come naturally to them, so work and enjoy!
Sarah Cooper, 38
three years when I decided to change my career. My work
was often boring and always busy. I started studying to
become a teacher. It certainly wasnt easy; I continued
working full-time to pay for my training at night school. I
was exhausted most of the time, but after two years, I
finally got my qualifications and resigned. Im now a
primary school teacher and its as good as I imagined. So
dont wait! Write a list of the things that are stopping you
each thing. Theres always an answer.
Example:Mario is ______.
Avery interesting


Bself-employed


Cvery happy with his job



1Mario really enjoys ______.
A travelling abroad


Bbeing part of a team


Chis job


2Mario thinks he got his dream job because ______.
Ahes interested in modern technology


Bhe had done a lot of preparation


Cit was easy


3Andy says his dream job used to be ______.
Aowning a restaurant


Bworking in a beach caf


Cbeing a chef


4Andy says its important to experience ______ if you
want to achieve your goals.
Aworking in a kitchen


Bdifficult conditions


Cworking overtime


5Andys most important advice to find out what ______.
Ayou do well


Byou want to do


Cyour goals are


6Sarah decided to change her profession after ______.
Atwo years


Bthree years


Cfive years


7Sarah says her job was ______.
Anot easy


Bquite tiring


Cnot very interesting


8Sarah felt exhausted ______.
Awhen she was at work


Bvery often


Cwhen she was at night school


9Sarah says that people should ______.


Bput their family first


Cplan how they can achieve their goals


10Who did a job that they didnt enjoy?
ASarah


BSarah and Andy


CMario


WRITING
Are you creative? Good at making quick decisions? Do
you enjoy working as part of a team?
All New Media Promotions
is looking for enthusiastic,
department. There are vacancies in the following areas:
AdministrationPromotions
SalesWebsite Design
All applicants must have the appropriate qualifications
and a good level of English is essential.
Resources,
All New Media Promotions
, Edinburgh,
PO Box 1084
for a job at
All New MediaPromotions
. (140180 words)
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NAME
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
5
GRAMMAR
1
a
,
an
,
the
, or
(no article).
2
ing
form or the infinitive (with or without
to
).
Example:She left without
sa
y
ing
(say) goodbye.
1Would you mind ________ (turn) your music down?
I cant concentrate.
2Holly said I should ________ (learn) to do tai-chi to
relieve stress.
newspaper.
4Ive given up ________ (try) to learn how to dance
salsa Im hopeless!
5Janice doesnt seem ________ (enjoy) her job very
much.
any more.
3
U
nd
e
r
line
the correct word(s).
Example:
A lot o
f
/ Many of
people cheered when they
heard the news.
1There are
not / no
enough seats for everyone.
2Very
little / few
money is being invested in the public
health system.
3We dont like living in the city theres too
much /
many
traffic.
4They havent got
plenty of / much
money, but theyre
still very generous.
5There are
very few / very little
modern buildings in
this town.
6I was going to have a biscuit, but there arent
any /
none
.
VOCABULARY
4
phrase.
Example:My current job is
t
e
mp
or
ar
y
. Its a one-year
contract.
permanentfull-timetemporary
1________ is a person who repairs things such as
A lawyerAn accountantA plumber
2Some people choose to ________ when theyre
sixty-two.
retireresignbe sacked
3You need at least two years of work ________ to
work in this company.
experiencecontractqualifications
4Rogers ________ for the finance department.
responsibleaccountantin charge
5She doesnt have ________ hours. She often works at
night.
workingregularfull-time
6I love being ________ I dont have a boss to tell me
what to do.
self-employedpart-timetemporary
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Dear all,
Were having a fantastic time in Paris. We arrived
yesterday afternoon so we had time to find
1
________
nice little hotel and relax after our journey.
We woke up early this morning because
2
________ sun
was shining in through the window. We had a delicious
breakfast and then went out to explore
3
________ city.
4
________ artist studying at university here. Hes going
to take us to
5
________ best caf in town, (at least he
says it is!) just beside the River Seine. After that were
going to go up
6
________ Eiffel Tower and then do
some more sightseeing.
7
________ French cities are wonderful!
Well be back
8
________ next Sunday. See you soon!
Love,
Eleanora
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Lara Storton

an Entry test

tests for each File, in A and B versions
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
Reading and Writing
Listening and Speaking

an extended End-of-course test, in A
and B versions

a Key
New
ENGLISH FILE
Intermediate
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NAME
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
2
5
Write the synonyms.
Example:very tasty
de
lic
io
us
1very dirty________
2very ________freezing
3very hot________
4very frightened________
5very ________starving
6very angry________
7very bad________
6
Example:Im just going to take
o
ut
some money before
we go to the cinema.
upoutwith
forwithback
2We were charged
U
170 ________ the bottle of
champagne!
atwithfor
3He needs a ________ from the bank because he
spent more money than he has.
loantaxmortgage
4Sues parents ________ her some money so she
could buy a car.
borrowedowedlent
5I try to ________ some of my salary every month so
that I can go travelling.
saveaffordcost
6I am trying not to ________ money on clothes I will
never wear.
investwastecharge
7When hes twenty-one, hes going to ________
money from his grandmother, who died last year.
investinherittake out
PRONUNCIATION
7
Underline
the stressed syllable.
Example:mo
r
tgage
1pedestrian
2tasty
3carriage
4magazine
5invest
8
Write the words in the correct place.
sco
o
terb
o
iling
lo
rryplatfo
rmco
a
chwa
ste
_
boiling
_1 ________2 ________
3 ________4 ________5 ________
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7
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phrase.
Example:My current job is
t
e
mp
or
ar
y
. Its a one-year
contract.
permanentfull-timetemporary
1I love being ________ I dont have a boss to tell me
what to do.
part-timetemporaryself-employed
2She doesnt have ________ hours. She often works
at night.
regularfull-timeworking
3Jasons ________ for the finance department.
in chargeresponsibleaccountant
4You need at least two years of work ________ to
work in this company.
contractqualificationsexperience
5________ is a person who repairs things such as
A plumberA lawyerAn accountant
6Some people choose to ________ when theyre
sixty-two.
A
NAME
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
5
PRONUNCIATION
7
Write the words in the correct place.
lau
ghborro
w
th
inkth
ato
rganizew
o
r
r
y
_
w
or
r
y
_1________2________
3________4________5________
8
Underline
the stressed syllable.
Example:ac
c
oun
tant
1housework
2unemployed
3discussion
4daughter
5interview
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5
10
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6
20
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B
NAME
End-of-course Reading and Writing
READING
Read the article and tick (

) A, B, or C.
Weall know that men and women have their
differences. But do they really think differently? Some
people might argue that they dont, but I disagree. In my
opinion, men and women still behave in the same way
that they were designed to centuries ago. We have
different interests, different ways of speaking, of
showing how we feel, and of coping with stressful
situations.
can have a negative effect on our relationships. We
often become angry or frustrated with the opposite sex
because we expect them to behave and communicate
like we do.
So why does a man behave as he does? There is
evidence to suggest that men were programmed with
the instinct to hunt silently for animals. They had to be
able to focus their attention on one thing. This might
explain why its so difficult to have a conversation with a
man when hes watching TV! And also why hes so good
at reading maps and giving directions.
Why does a woman act the way she does? Women are
usually very good at multi-tasking (doing more than one
job at once), but often find it harder than men to
concentrate fully on one thing. In the past, women
would have worked in groups, which required a lot of
communication, so theyre generally more talkative and
from a party knowing everything about everyone, but a
man will probably have discussed less personal topics
like football.
Research has shown that men and women use different
parts of their brains for language. Women usually score
higher in writing tests. Men are seven times more likely
to score in the top 5% in scientific exams. Theyre often
talented at problem-solving and making quick decisions,
whilst women are good at organization, comforting, and
giving advice.
Of course, women still do dangerous sports, and men
can multi-task without any problem after a strong cup of
coffee! Im not saying that women and men are not
equal; its just that there are some natural differences
and thats fantastic! We should appreciate and accept
them as being what makes us special.
Example:The writer says that everyone has noticed the
ATrue



BFalse


CDoesnt say


1The writer disagrees that men and women think
differently.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


2The writer thinks that men and women havent changed
the way they behave over time.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


3Men and women dont always remember how different
they are.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


on one thing.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


5Men are naturally more aggressive than women.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


6The writer thinks its easy to communicate with men
when theyre watching television.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


7Women are generally good at doing one thing at a time.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


8Men usually talk less at parties than women.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


10The writer doesnt agree that men and women are equal.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


WRITING
Write about a person you admire. They can be a
family member, friend or famous personality. Include
the following: (140180 words)

who they are


their personality

their appearance

why you admire them
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NAME
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
4
5
Example:Pupils in Britain can
l
ea
v
e
school when
theyre 16.
1If you
f
________ one of your exams, you can take it
again next year.
2I want to
s
________ German at university because
Id like to live in Germany when I graduate.
3I have a really important exam tomorrow so I need to
r
________ tonight.
4I dont know why I went to school today. I didnt
l
________ anything.
5I never want to
t
________ an exam again. I hate
them!
6Ive never tried to
c
________ in an exam, because
I think it is wrong.
7The teacher said if I didnt
b
________ , hed send me
out of the class.
8Our English teacher always gives us a lot of work to
d
________ at home.
6
U
nd
e
r
line
the odd one out.
Example:armchairsink
w
al
l
chest of drawers
1showerbathwashbasinarmchair
2sinkchest of drawersbedside tablecoffee table
3suburbsblock of flatsresidential areacity centre
4kitchengardenterracebalcony
5towncountryvillagecity
6cottageflathousegarage
PRONUNCIATION
7
Underline
the stressed syllable.
Example:pu
pil
1friendship
2patio
3literature
4computer
5entrance
8
Write the words in the correct place.
advertis
escho
o
lsu
burbsp
h
y
sics
pu
pilpractis
e
_
ph
y
sic
s
_1________2________
/ju;/
3________4________5________
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8
5
20
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5
10
Pronunciation total
50
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total
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NAME
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
7
6
or adverb.
Example:The bride and groom smiled
hap
pil
y
(happiness) for their wedding photos.
1She knocked the glass off the table, but
________ (luck) she caught it before it hit the floor.
2They were sitting so ________ (comfort) that they
fell asleep.
3I dont like being in a car with Dennis. He drives very
________ (care) and too fast.
4Its ________ (use) asking me I never know
anything.
5We missed our flight, but ________ (fortune) we
were given seats on the next plane.
6Dont be so ________ (patience). Im sure theyll
arrive soon!
7
Example:Lets
g
o
awayfor the holidays.
1Life was hard for my grandfathers family, but they
managed to ________ by.
possible, because they will ________ out very quickly.
3Please ________ off the TV and concentrate on your
homework.
boss!
5We used to ________ up really imaginative stories
when we were children.
6I cant come out tonight. I have to ________ after my
little sister.
7Why doesnt he try to ________ up his own
company?
PRONUNCIATION
8
Underline
the stressed syllable.
Example:docume
n
tary
1police
2unluckily
3comfortable
4murder
5satellite
9
Write the words in the correct place.
inspecto
r
w
i
t
ness
pat
ienceadve
r
t
cri
mec
h
annel
_
w
it
ness
__1 ________2 ________
3 ________4 ________5 ________
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10
Pronunciation total
50
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total
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B
NAME
Reading and Writing
6
READING
Read the article and tick (

) A, B, or C.
Shopping in Hong Kong
Ultra-modern, bustling Hong Kong is one of the worlds
best shopping cities, an essential visit for all shopaholics
searching for a bargain. There are several areas to
choose from. The urban district of Kowloon, meaning
Nine Dragons, attracts thousands of tourists every year.
A popular first stop here is the modern shopping district,
Tsim Tsa Tsui. However, if you prefer to absorb the
Tei and Mong Kok districts are probably more your style.
A great place to explore at night is Nathan Road and the
signs. You can buy almost anything here. Look out for
bargains on electrical goods and jewellery.
Its possible to buy traditional items in Hong Kong. You
cars, and bank notes that are burnt at funerals (when a
person dies) so that theyre wealthy in the after-life.
Its full of brightly coloured lights and wonderful cooking
smells. Watch the fortune-tellers whose trained birds
choose pieces of paper to predict a persons future, and
eat delicious noodles, seafood, and other late-night
snacks at the inexpensive stalls.
Mong Kok is the place where the famous criminals triad
gangs are based. As a result most tourists avoid this area,
so it remains mainly Chinese. There are many traditional
to try local foods, which have not been changed to suit
tourists tastes as they often have in more popular tourist
areas. Its unlikely to be dangerous for foreigners, so if
youd like to see some of the more unspoilt areas of
Hong Kong, Mong Kok is definitely worth exploring.
One thing is certain about a shopping trip to Hong Kong
youll leave with a lot less money than you arrived with,
and a much heavier suitcase!
Example:Hong Kong is ______.
Aold fashioned


Bvery modern



Cthe best city in the world


1______ in Hong Kong.
AEverything is very cheap


BYou can find things at a good price


CIts hard to find things at a low price


2The area that many people go to first is in ______.
ANine Dragons


BKowloon


CYau Ma Tei


3Its best to explore Nathan Road ______.
Aduring the day


Bwhen its dark


Calone


Athings for the house


Bclothes




Abuy a car


Bbuy a paper house


Csee a funeral


6You can buy cheap food from market stalls ______.


Bat the night market


Cin Mong Kok


7Mong Kok is less popular with tourists because
______.
Aits dangerous


Bits mostly Chinese


Ccriminal gangs operate there


8Visit Mong Kok if you want to see ______.
Athe traditional way of life


Bmarkets


Cforeigners


9The food in Mong Kok is ______.
A the same as in other areas of Hong Kong


Bthe best in Hong Kong


Ctraditional Chinese style


10The writer mentions places where you can buy ______.
Ainternational food


Bwedding gifts


Cmodern electrical items


WRITING
Imagine you are helping to organize a book club.
Choose a book and write a review recommending
students to read it. Include the following information:
(140180 words)

name of the book, the author, any prizes it has won


the plot and characters

why you recommend this book
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NAME
Reading and Writing
2
READING
Read the article and tick (

) A, B, or C.
The best public transport system
in the world.
Curitiba in Brazil is no ordinary city; it has the best
public transport system in the world. The mayor, Jaime
Lerner, along with the council, began developing the
world-famous system in 1971.
Mr Lerner had grown up in Curitiba and knew that the
areas, with no access for cars. The council put in
flowers, lights, and kiosks where people could sell food
and other products. To encourage shoppers to use the
new areas, the mayor gave away free paper so that local
benefit from 150km of cycle lanes, which follow old
river valleys and railway tracks around the city.
Mr Lerner realized that to increase the development
and growth of the city in the future, the public
transport system also had to improve. Buses were
chosen as the main transport because it was the
cheapest. Curitibas transport system now consists of
over 300 routes that use around 1,900 buses to carry
approximately 1.9 million passengers every day.
Approximately 60km of the roads are for buses only, so
traffic jams are unusual. Bus travel is faster and more
convenient than using private cars. The city now uses
30% less fuel than other large cities in Brazil and people
spend only about 10% of their yearly salaries on
transport costs.
Some of the buses are able to carry 170270 passengers.
School buses are yellow, and buses for disabled people
are blue. They are designed with three doors two exits
quickly. Bus stations provide free maps and facilities to
help parents with young children and people carrying
heavy bags to board the buses easily. Passengers buy a
like in an underground station.
Because of the success of Curitibas public transport
system, Jaime Lerner now offers advice to city councils
around the world on how they can solve their cities
transport problems.
Example:Curitiba has one of the best public transport
systems in the world.
ATrue


BFalse



CDoesnt say


1Curitiba is different from other cities in the world.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


when he was a child.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


3The council allows people to sell things in the
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


4All the kiosks sell local food.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


5The council chose to increase the bus service because
it was the least expensive type of transport.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


6The population of the city is about 1.9 million.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


7Other large Brazilian cities are planning to cut the
amount of fuel they use.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


8The buses are different colours according to what
they are used for.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


10Mr Lerner enjoys being an expert in developing
public transport systems.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


WRITING
Write about a nightmare holiday youve had, or a
difficult situation youve been in (or invent one), to
send to the newspaper. Answer the following
questions. (140180 words)

When and where did it happen?

Who were you with? Why?

What went wrong? What happened?

What happened in the end?
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A
NAME
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
4
5
U
nd
e
r
line
the odd one out.
Example:armchairsink
w
al
l
chest of drawers
1cottagehouseflatgarage
2towncitycountryvillage
3terracekitchengardenbalcony
4sinkbedside tablechest of drawerscoffee table
5showerwashbasinarmchairbath
6suburbsblock of flatsresidential areacity centre
6
U
nd
e
r
line
the correct word(s).
Example:I
have known
/
me
t
John in 1998.
1Michael and his sister
are / have
a lot in common.
2Ive been trying to
with
Angela all day.
3We
our new boss for the first time today.
friend / colleague
today. I
havent seen her for ages.
5I think youll like David when you
him.
6We had
lost / kept in
again through the website Friends Reunited.
PRONUNCIATION
7
Write the words in the correct place.
scho
o
l su
burbs advertis
e pu
pil p
h
y
sics
practis
e
_
ph
y
sic
s
_1________2________
/ju;/
3________4________5________
8
Underline
the stressed syllable.
Example:pu
pil
1literature
2entrance
3computer
4patio
5friendship
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5
5
10
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50
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total
6
20
Vocabulary total
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NAME
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
7
6
Example:Lets
g
o
awayfor the holidays.
1I cant come out tonight. I have to ________ after my
little brother.
2We used to ________ up really imaginative stories
when we were children.
4Why dont we try to ________ up our own
company?
possible, because they will ________ out very quickly.
6Life was hard for my grandfathers family, but they
managed to ________ by.
7Please ________ off the TV and concentrate on your
homework.
7
Write the types of TV programmes.
quiz showdocumentarythe newscar
t
o
o
n
chat showcomedy showdrama series
sports programme
Example:My favourite character is the blue cat-robot
that can speak.
car
t
o
on
1It was difficult filming the whales underwater.
________
2All the reports were very serious today.
________
3Join me after the break when Ill be talking to Robbie
Williams.
________
4We laughed until we cried!
________
5and the football will be followed by motor racing
from Turin.
________
6What will happen in next weeks episode of
Lost
?
________
7Sorry. Wrong answer! You lose five points.
________
PRONUNCIATION
8
Write the words in the correct place.
w
i
t
ness
inspecto
r
pat
ienceadve
r
t
cri
mec
h
annel
_
w
it
ness
__1 ________2 ________
3 ________4 ________5 ________
9
Underline
the stressed syllable.
Example:docume
n
tary
1comfortable
2satellite
3murder
4unluckily
5police
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7
20
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5
10
Pronunciation total
50
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total
5
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A
NAME
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
7
GRAMMAR
1
the verbs.
Example:If we
had had
(have) more time, wed have
visited Anne and Dave.
1I ________ (not / finish) my homework if you hadnt
helped me.
2If she ________ (not / pass) her driving test, she
would have been really disappointed.
3We ________ (look after) the children last night if
you had asked.
4He would have resigned if he ________ (not / be)
promoted.
5She ________ (be) worried if you hadnt phoned to
say you were OK.
6We wouldnt have had the accident if you
________ (pay) more attention.
2
Put the words in the correct order.
Example:you concert what me time tell could the
starts?
C
o
uld y
o
u t
e
l
l me w
hat t
ime the c
onc
e
r
t star
ts?
__________________________________________
__________________________________________
2me is you machine the could tell where nearest cash?
__________________________________________
__________________________________________
3near if you there a do know newsagents here is?
__________________________________________
__________________________________________
4the open me you shops could on tell if are Sunday?
__________________________________________
__________________________________________
3
Underline the correct phrase. If both phrases are
correct, put a tick (

).
1Your shoes are dirty. Please take
them off
/
off them
.
2Last week I bumped
into an old friend
/
an old
friend into
.
3See you at the party next month. Im really looking
forward to it
/
itforward to
.
4Have you thrown
away yesterdays newspaper /
yesterdays newspaperaway
?
5Could you pick
me up
/
up me
at the airport
next week?
6Did you ask
for the steak
/
the steak for?
4
tags.
1You worked in the sales department, ________ you?
2He hasnt been to Shanghai before, ________ he?
3You didnt like your starter, ________ you?
4She will email him, ________ she?
VOCABULARY
5
or adverb.
Example:The bride and groom smiled
hap
pil
y
(happiness) for their wedding photos.
1Dont be so ________ (patience). Im sure theyll
arrive soon!
2We missed our flight, but ________ (fortune) we
were given seats on the next plane.
3Its ________ (use) asking him he never knows
anything.
4She was sitting so ________ (comfort) that she
fell asleep.
5He knocked the glass off the table, but ________
(luck) he caught it before it hit the floor.
6I dont like being in a car with James. He drives very
________ (care) and too fast.
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Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
6
PRONUNCIATION
7
Underline
the stressed syllable.
Example:s
ub
titles
1library
2photographer
3politician
4bargain
5sequel
8
Write the words in the correct place.
vi
olinistre
ceiptst
a
t
io
ne
r
s
au
dience
scre
e
nsho
pping
__
stat
ione
r
s
__1 ________2 ________
3 _________4 ________5 ________
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10
Pronunciation total
50
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total
5
Write the jobs.
Example:
Sculp
t
or
s
make large structures out of wood
and stone. (sculpture)
1________ have changed the way we live for ever.
(science)
2The ________ stands in front of the orchestra.
(conduct)
3________ have to wear a lot of make-up under the
TV lights. (present)
4The flamenco ________ Rafael Lloyd is playing in
Paris next week. (guitar)
5A ________ is a person who plays a musical
instrument. (music)
6________ write music. (compose)
7________ help to decide how a country should be
governed. (politics)
6
Example:Lets go to the
b
ut
c
he
r
s
sausages.
butcherschemistsbakers
1Id like to make
a complaint. Please
call
the
________.
managershop assistantcustomer
2The apples were a bit smaller than usual so I asked
for a ________.
refundbargaindiscount
3We bought our car on ________.
compensationthe salescredit
4The bookshops on the second floor of the ________.
5This is going to be too heavy to carry. Well need a
________.
6I saw a great pair of shoes ________. So I went in
and bought them.
7
6
20
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Reading and Writing
3
READING
Read the article and tick (

) A, B, or C.
Have you ever thought about changing your appearance?
Most of us have complained about having a bad hair day
or looking hideous in a photo. But experts say that
becoming too obsessed about our appearance can be
bad for our health. Psychologist Sue Johnston explains:
Of course its natural for people to want to change the
to wear to a party or make a good first impression at
an interview, and many women dont like to be seen
without their make-up.
But the real problems start when people feel that
feel unattractive. It may be sticking-out ears, an
unusually-shaped nose, or perhaps they are overweight.
In serious cases this small thing can often take over
going out in public and making them depressed. In 2006
we did a Body Image Survey to learn more about how
people gain confidence in themselves. Below are a few
suggestions on how to feel good about yourself.
1Think about your skills and talents. For example,
focus on success at work, participating in sports,
and friendships. Once you realize that you can
achieve your goals and have a happy, full life,
appearance will seem less important. If you do have
negative feelings about your appearance, try to do
taking up a new hobby.
2Learn to accept that you are unique. Theres no one
else in the world like you and that makes you very
special. Love the unusual things about yourself. If you
hate your red hair because its so different, then teach
yourself to think about it as beautiful and exotic!
simple rule: be realistic, work on improving what
you can change, and dont spend time worrying
about anything else.
4Stop buying fashion magazines and comparing
yourself to the models. This has a very negative
effect. Remember they dont look that good
without a personal hairstylist, make-up artist and
computer generated photography!
5Finally, if you still feel depressed about the way you
Example:Sue Johnston is a psychiatrist.
ATrue


BFalse



CDoesnt say


they look.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


2Sue Johnston used to dislike the way she looked.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


3Wanting to change the way you look is normal.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


4People can become depressed about going out in public.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


5The survey was to find out how people want to change
the way they look.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


6Concentrating on the things youre good at can help
you feel positive.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


7If you concentrate on your aims in life, the way you
look will seem less important.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


8Its important to appreciate how you may look different
to other people.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


9Some people spend a lot of money changing the way
they look.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


10Models arent really as good-looking in real life as they
appear in magazines.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


WRITING
Imagine you stayed with friends in Canada for two
them. Include the following information: (140180
words)

Apologize for not writing earlier and give a reason why.

Thank them for your stay and say how you feel about
learning to ski.

Tell them what youve been doing recently.

Invite them to stay with you and suggest what you can
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Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
1
5
Example:Jims really
sh
y
shysensitiveextrovert
do what she wants.
sensiblemoodymean
generoushonestsensitive
3Debra was very ________ tonight. Do you think
shes OK?
4Daves just ________ because you got a higher score
in the test yesterday.
ambitiousspoiltjealous
5In sport, boys are often more ________ than girls.
They always want to win.
6You should think about how other people feel instead
of being so ________!
spoiltindependentselfish
7My brothers so ________. He can talk to anyone
about anything.
insecuresociablemanipulative
6
U
nd
e
r
line
the odd word out.
Example:beanssalmon
spicy
sausages
1knifespoonforkglass
2grilledboiledbakedraw
3frozenlow-fathome-mademenu
4dessertstartermain coursenapkin
5duckchickensausagesbeans
PRONUNCIATION
7
Underline
the stressed syllable.
Example:talk
ative
1aggressive
2atmosphere
3protest (v)
5in-laws
8
Write the words in the correct place.
frui
tpl
a
t
e
su
garspectato
r
cir
cuitpo
r
tion
__
p
lat
e
__1________2________
3
________
4________5
________
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Reading and Writing
4
READING
Read the article and tick (

) A, B, or C.
How green is your house?
As the UKs cities expand rapidly, problems are being
housing. In addition to this, energy prices and pollution
levels continue to increase.
A solution has been developed by the Peabody Trust
who have worked with environmental experts to build
the Beddington Zero Energy housing development
(BedZED) in Sutton, England.
This unique development is an environmentally-friendly
community of a hundred homes including gardens,
offices, and childcare facilities with plenty of surrounding
green areas. BedZEDs designers have created an
attractive, affordable, urban village whose unique
features benefit instead of harm the local community
and environment. BedZED is a zero energy
development no fossil fuels (coal and gas) are used
and homes do not waste energy. Building materials are
mostly natural, renewable or recycled. Houses face the
are also fitted with solar panels, which change the suns
energy into electricity. The windows consist of three
layers of glass to stop heat from escaping. The homes
are also fitted with the most modern energy-saving
appliances. It is estimated that families electricity bills
could be reduced by up to 60% whilst heating bills could
be reduced by as much as 90%.
Developers hope to achieve a 50% reduction in fossil-
fuel use by residents cars over the next decade by
reducing the need to travel. Some residents will have
the opportunity to work within walking distance of
As the need for environmentally friendly, low-energy
housing increases, BedZED may change from being a
unique model, to a model for all future houses.
Example:Cities in the UK ______.





Chave too many politicians


1Councils are having problems because ______.
Athere are too many houses


Bthere arent enough houses


Chouses cost too much to build


2The Peabody Trust ______ an answer to the housing
problem.
Ahave found


Bmay have found


Chave to find


3The BedZED community is ______.
Avery friendly


Bgood for the environment


Cdesigned for people with children


4The designers have created houses which are ______.
Aquite expensive


Breasonably priced


Cover priced


5The homes ______.
Adont use any energy


Bdont use more energy than they need


Cuse more energy than they need


6______ of the materials used in the buildings are
environmentally-friendly.
ASome


BAll


CNearly all


7Specially-designed ______ keep heat inside the houses.
Aappliances


Bsolar panels


Cwindows


8______ bills could be cut by as much as 60%.
AHeating


BElectricity


CFossil-fuel


9In the next decade some residents will be able to ______.
Awork at home


Btake the bus to work


Cwalk to work


10BedZED is going to______.
Adevelop further


Bbecome a town


Cremain unique


WRITING
Write a description of the school you go / went to.
Include the following information: (140180 words)

a brief introduction: the kind of school, size, location,
your age when you went there, number of pupils in each
class

homework, uniform, discipline, teachers

subjects best / worst

your general opinion of the school good / bad? Why?
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End-of-course Reading and Writing
Example:The writer says that everyone has noticed that
men and women are different.
ATrue



BFalse


CDoesnt say


1The writer thinks men and women have changed the
way they behave over centuries.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


3Relationships can become tense because men and
women dont understand each other.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


4Men were originally designed to go out and hunt for food.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


5Men are naturally able to concentrate on one problem
at a time.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


6Women understand other peoples emotions more
easily than men.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


7Mens brains are generally larger than womens.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


8Women are usually good at learning languages.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


subjects than women.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


10The writer thinks that men and women shouldnt be
equal.
ATrue


BFalse


CDoesnt say


WRITING
Write about a person you admire. They can be a
family member, friend or famous personality. Include
the following: (140180 words)

who they are


their personality

their appearance

why you admire them
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Read the article and tick (

) A, B, or C.
We all know that men and women have their
differences. But do they really think differently? Some
people might argue that they dont, but I disagree. In
my opinion, men and women still behave in the same
way that they were designed to centuries ago. We have
different interests, different ways of speaking, of
showing how we feel, and of coping with stressful
situations.
can have a negative effect on our relationships. We
often become angry or frustrated with the opposite
sex because we expect them to behave and
communicate like we do.
So why does a man behave as he does? There is
evidence to suggest that men were programmed with
the instinct to hunt silently for animals. They had to be
able to focus their attention on one thing. This might
explain why its so difficult to have a conversation with
a man when hes watching TV! And also why hes so
good at reading maps and giving directions.
Why does a woman act the way she does? Women are
usually very good at multi-tasking (doing more than one
job at once), but often find it harder than men to
concentrate fully on one thing. In the past, women
would have worked in groups, which required a lot of
communication, so theyre generally more talkative and
sensitive to other peoples feelings. A woman can
everyone, but a man will probably have discussed less
personal topics like football.
Research has shown that men and women use different
parts of their brains for language. Women usually score
higher in writing tests. Men are seven times more likely
to score in the top 5% in scientific exams. Theyre often
talented at problem-solving and making quick decisions,
whilst women are good at organization, comforting,
and giving advice.
Of course, women still do dangerous sports, and men
can multi-task without any problem after a strong cup
of coffee! Im not saying that women and men are not
equal; its just that there are some natural differences
and thats fantastic! We should appreciate and accept
them as being what makes us special.
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10
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1Grammar, Vocabulary, and
Pronunciation
GRAMMAR
1
1m going to see / m seeing, ll love it
3is going to be / will be, are coming
2
1isnt working
2are you doing
3I prefer
4I often cycle
5is trying
6I dont usually have
3
1rang
3said
4were winning
5ordered
6had already finished
7hadnt slept
VOCABULARY
4
1up5court
2pitch6injured
3hall7do
4slope
5
2generous6selfish
4jealous
6
1glass4napkin
2raw5beans
3menu6prawns
PRONUNCIATION
7
1ag
g
r
es
sive4v
e
2at
mosphere5in
-laws
3prot
est
8
1portion4circuit
2fruit5sugar
3spectator
1Reading and Writing
READING
1A5B9C
2A6C10C
3A7A
4A8C
WRITING
Students own answers. See marking
guidelines on p.3.
1Listening and Speaking
LISTENING
(2 marks per answer)
1stadium4falls
2human5play
3injured
1.6
SPEAKING
See marking guidelines on p.3.
2Grammar, Vocabulary, and
Pronunciation
GRAMMAR
1
1been doing
2for
3disliked
4been crying
5known
6has his father been working
2
1better
2the worst
3as tiny
4as expensive
5the heaviest
6more interesting
7the most modern
3
1have you known
2met
3fell
4ve broken
5s just gone
6Did you take
7Have you ever lent
VOCABULARY
4
2pedestrian area5boarding card(s)
3taxi rank(s)6Public transport
5
1filthy5hungry
2cold6furious
3boiling7awful / terrible
4terrified
6
1back5save
2for6waste
3loan7inherit
4lent
PRONUNCIATION
7
1ped
es
trian4magazine
2tas
ty5inv
est
3car
r
iage
8
1waste4lorry
2coach5scooter
3platform
2Reading and Writing
READING
1B5B9B
2B6C10C
3C7C
4A8A
WRITING
Students own answers. See marking
guidelines on p.3.
2Listening and Speaking
(2 marks per answer)
LISTENING
1A3C5B
2B4A
SPEAKING
See marking guidelines on p.3.
3Grammar, Vocabulary, and
Pronunciation
GRAMMAR
1
1can / m able to4Can / Could
2be able to5been able to
3to be able to6cant
2
1have to / must5should
2shouldnt6dont have to
3dont have to7must / should
4shouldnt / mustnt
3
1cant5might
2must6cant
3might7cant
4must
VOCABULARY
4
1frightened5embarrassed
2embarrassing6tiring
3tired7frightening
4bored
5
1well built4straight
2bald5beard
3overweight6ponytail
6
1text5back
2engaged6turn
3message7number
4tone
PRONUNCIATION
7
1frust
r
a
ting4dep
r
esse
d
2hi
deous5mo
bile
3resear
c
h
8
1handsome4sight
2engaged5voice mail
3mobile
3Reading and Writing
READING
1C5A9C
2C6C10A
3C7B
4A8A
WRITING
Students own answers. See marking
guidelines on p.3.
2.6
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Listening and Speaking
4
LISTENING
Listen to the interview with the TV reviewer.
Example:The reviewer talked about the
b
est
programme of
the week.
1The
Thatll Teach Em
series was being shown on
Channel ________.
2The experiment involved sending a group of ________
16-year-olds to a 1950s-style boarding school.
3The children thought that wearing the 1950s ________
was uncomfortable.
4The biggest difference for the pupils was the strict
________.
5In general, the pupils were very ________ about the
experiment.
SPEAKING
1
Make questions and ask your partner.
What would you do if you

design / ideal home?

be / leader of your country for a day?

appearance?

be able to / travel back in time?

sit / next to an actor you like in a restaurant?
2
Talk about the statement below, saying if you agree
or disagree. Give reasons.
Good teachers are always very strict.
3
Listen to your partner talking about friendship. Do
you agree with him / her?
LISTENING
Listen to the interview with the TV reviewer.
Example:The reviewer talked about the
b
est
programme of
the week.
1Michael chose to review the ________ programme in
the
Thatll Teach Em
series.
2Thirty 16-year-olds were sent to a 1950s-style ________
school.
3The worst thing for the children was the ________.
4When they took the exams, only ________ passed all
the subjects.
5The pupils felt the experiment had helped them to
appreciate their own ________ more.
SPEAKING
1
Make questions and ask your partner.
What would you do if you

win / holiday for two people?

not work?

able to / change one thing about the world?

be / very rich for one day?

have / chance to go anywhere in the world?
2
Listen to your partner talking about education.
Do you agree with him / her?
3
Talk about the statement below, saying if you agree
or disagree. Give reasons.
Some friendships are very difficult to keep.
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4
Student A
Student B
30
Listening and Speaking total
10
Listening total
20
Speaking total
30
Listening and Speaking total
10
Listening total
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READING
1B5B9A
2C6C10A
3C7B
4C8B
WRITING
Students own answers. See marking
guidelines on p.3.
5Listening and Speaking
LISTENING
(2 marks per answer)
1standing4health
2gym5relaxing
3walk
SPEAKING
See marking guidelines on p.3.
6Grammar, Vocabulary, and
Pronunciation
GRAMMAR
1
1not to5had to
2might not6us if
3would7had left
4were
2
1is cleaned5was stolen
2will be expected6will be made
3was spent7was directed
4is caused
3
1who / that4who
2which5which / that
3where6whose
VOCABULARY
4
1in a shop window4discount
2trolley5manager
3shopping centre6credit
5
1dubbed5extras
2location6based
3soundtrack7special
4subtitles
6
1Composers5conductor
2musician6Scientists
3guitarist7Presenters
4Politicians
5.3
PRONUNCIATION
7
1receipt4screen
2audience5violinist
3shopping
8
1polit
i
cian4phot
o
grapher
2se
quel5li
brary
3bar
gain
6Reading and Writing
READING
1C5C9C
2A6C10A
3B7B
4B8B
WRITING
Students own answers. See marking
guidelines on p.3.
6Listening and Speaking
LISTENING
(2 marks per answer)
1m
uc
h
any
2holida
y
business
3manag
e
r
receptionist
4Sp
eak
e
r 3
s
Speaker 3s fathers
5meal
ravioli
SPEAKING
See marking guidelines on p.3.
7Grammar, Vocabulary, and
Pronunciation
GRAMMAR
1
1wouldnt have finished
2hadnt passed
3would have looked after
4hadnt been
5would have been
6d paid
2
station?
2Could you tell me where the nearest
cash machine is?
3Do you know if there is a newsagents
near here?
4Could you tell me if the shops are open
on Sunday?
3
1them off4

2into an old friend5me up
3forward to it6for the steak
4
1didnt3did
2has4wont
6.4
VOCABULARY
5
1impatient4comfortably
2fortunately5luckily
3useless6carelessly
6
1look5sell
3bump7switch / turn
4set
7
1documentary5sports programme
2the news6drama series
3chat show7quiz show
4comedy show
PRONUNCIATION
8
1inspector4crime
2advert5patience
3channel
9
1c
o
m
fortable4unl
u
ckily
2sa
tellite5polic
e
3m
ur
der
7Reading and Writing
READING
1B5B9C
2A6B10B
3C7C
4C8B
WRITING
Students own answers. See marking
guidelines on p.3.
7Listening and Speaking
LISTENING
(2 marks per answer)
1DNA4ridiculous
2certain5solved
3reliable
SPEAKING
See marking guidelines on p.3.
7.7
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and Pronunciation
GRAMMAR
1
1s gone9wrote
2s working10m eating
3d go11went
4broke12will be sent
5d seen13has worked
6have14had broken
8wanted
2
1out7is
2arent8able
3hadnt had9for
4until10where
5asked11up
6were
3
1wont8next
2mustnt9any
4whose11used to
5banning12Will
6told13shed
7few14must
VOCABULARY
4
1apply for a job4beard
2extras5trip
3menu
5
1madness4survival
2possibility5reaction
3similarity6movement
6
1into5to
2on6on
3of7for
4in
7
1adverts8credit
2behave9frustrating
3in10away
4sculptor11pedestrian
5manipulative12discount
6terrace13starving
7back14sensitive
8
1injured5keep
2based6for
3does7out
4back8into
PRONUNCIATION
9
1moody6underground
2watch7generous
3advert8organization
4university9lunch
5audience10journey
10
1r
e
fund6sau
sages
2cap
tain7mani
pulative
3g
r
and
parents8ap
p
ear
ance
4educa
tion9l
u
ggage
5inv
est
10v
i
llage
End-of-course Reading and Writing
READING
1B5A9B
2C6A10B
3A7C
4A8C
WRITING
Students own answers. See marking
guidelines on p.3.
End-of-course Listening and Speaking
LISTENING
1
1succeed4break
2sailing5admit
3gymnastics
2
1C4C
2A5B
3C
SPEAKING
See marking guidelines on p.3.
2.5
3.13
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8A17A
9A18A
Answer key to Entry Test
Answer key to A Tests
1Grammar, Vocabulary, and
Pronunciation
GRAMMAR
1
1I dont usually have4are you doing
2is trying5isnt working
3I often cycle6I prefer
2
2ordered6rang
3were winning7said
4hadnt slept
3
2s going to be / will be, are coming
3m going to see / m seeing, ll love it
VOCABULARY
4
1prawns4raw
2beans5glass
3napkin6menu
5
1injured5pitch
2court6up
3slope7hall
4do
6
1selfish5generous
4sociable
PRONUNCIATION
7
1fruit4sugar
2portion5spectator
3circuit
8
1prot
est
4at
mosphere
2in
-laws5ag
g
r
es
sive
3v
e
g
1Reading and Writing
READING
1A5C9A
2C6A10C
3C7A
4A8B
WRITING
Students own answers. See marking
guidelines on p.3.
1Listening and Speaking
LISTENING
(2 marks per answer)
1atmosphere4money
2Brazilian5cheat
3lost
SPEAKING
See marking guidelines on p.3.
2Grammar, Vocabulary, and
Pronunciation
GRAMMAR
1
1s just gone5ve broken
2Have you ever lent6have you known
4fell
2
1has your brother been working
2known
3been crying
4for
5been doing
6disliked
3
1more interesting5the worst
3as expensive7as tiny
4the most modern
1.6
VOCABULARY
4
1furious5cold
2hungry6filthy
3terrified7boiling
4awful / terrible
5
1Public transport4pedestrian area
2boarding card(s)5trip
6
1waste5for
2save6back
3lent7loan
4inherit
PRONUNCIATION
7
1coach4scooter
2waste5lorry
3platform
8
1car
r
iage4tas
ty
2inv
est
5ped
es
trian
3magazine
2Reading and Writing
READING
1A5A9B
2C6C10C
3A7C
4B8A
WRITING
Students own answers. See marking
guidelines on p.3.
VOCABULARY
1C10C19C
2B11A20C
3C12C21C
4A13C22A
5B14B23B
6C15C24A
7C16A25A
8B17B
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NAME
Reading and Writing
7
READING
Read the article and tick (

) A, B, or C.
30 days on the minimum wage
Could you change your life in just 30 days? Thats the
question documentary maker Morgan Spurlock asked
when he filmed his new Channel 4 TV series,
30 Days
.
Martin Grady reviews the first programme of the series,
30
Days on the Minimum Wage*
.
Spurlock, who is most famous for
Supersize Me,
his film
about the dangers of eating junk food, became frustrated
that few people know about poverty in America. He and his
fiance Alex decided to film an experiment theyd give up
their jobs for a month and try to live on the minimum wage.
The resulting documentary, which was filmed reality-show-
style using a handheld camera, contains a powerful, social
the USA.
The couple travel to Columbus, Ohio, one of the poorest
cities in the USA.The only apartment that they can afford
to rent is filthy, in a dangerous area, and has no heating or
furniture. Alex begins working as a dishwasher, whilst
Neither of them earns more than the minimum wage
.
Its difficult to watch Morgan and Alex struggling in such
terrible conditions. A charity gives them some furniture for
free, but they have to live without heating, TV and
telephone. Theyre exhausted and freezing all the time and
begin to argue about money. The couple interview people
in the same situation and listen to their stories. Its difficult
to imagine, but these people have lived on minimum wage
for decades and many have children.
When Alex becomes ill and Morgan badly injures his wrist,
they go to a free clinic for the poor, but cant see a doctor
because of long queues. People there say that without free
medical care they

d die.
After thirty days, the experiment has failed. They have
spent over $1,000 more than they have earned. The couple
are shocked they can go back to their comfortable life in
New York, but what if they couldnt? How would they
continue to survive?
*The minimum wage in the US today is $5.15 per hour
Example:Morgan Spurlock wanted to discover ______.
Ahow life changes in 30 days


Bif you could change your life in 30 days


Cif he could live on the minimum wage



1
30 days on the Minimum Wage
is ______.
Aa review of the first programme


Ba film


Cthe first in a series of programmes


2
Supersize me
showed that ______.
Anot many people know about the poverty in the USA


Bjunk food can be bad for you


Cpoor people in the USA eat too much junk food


3Morgan and Alex are ______.
Acolleagues


Bengaged


Cmarried


4The aim of the experiment was to discover if Morgan and
Alex ______.
Acould live on very little money


Bcould give up their jobs




5The documentary ______.
Awas made by a film crew


Bis about the rich and poor in the USA


Ctells viewers about a difficult social situation


6Columbus, Ohio, is ______.
Avery dangerous


Ba very poor city in America


Cone of the poorest states in the USA


7Morgan and Alex ______ $5.15 per hour.
Aboth earn more than


Bdont earn more than


Cboth earn above


8The couple feel ______.
Afilthy


Bextremely cold


Chungry


9Morgan and Alex interview people ______.
Aand tell them their life story


Bin the same apartment block


Cwho are living in the same way


10The experiment fails because they ______.




Ccouldnt live on the minimum wage


WRITING
Write an article called
Has modern technology improved
our lifestyles?
(140180 words)
Begin the article with this introduction:
These days we use a lot of modern technology that makes
our lives easier. But has this technology really improved our
lives? In my opinion, there are advantages and disadvantages.
Paragraph 2
Write two or three advantages
Paragraph 3
Write two or three disadvantages
Paragraph 4
Conclusion write your opinion
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an Entry test

a test for each File of
New English File Intermediate
,
in A and B versions

an End-of-course test in A and B versions
TheEntry test
The Entry test is an optional test which covers some of the
key Grammar and Vocabulary points from File 1. You may
beginners or do they have some knowledge of English
already, and how much basic language do they know? If
your class are at a very low level, look out for the
Extra
support
ideas in the Teachers Book. If they are stronger,
look out for the
Extra challenge
ideas.
The A and B tests
There are two versions (A and B) of each File test and the
End-of-course test, except the Speaking tests, which are
designed for students to do in pairs. The A and B tests cover
exactly the same material, but the questions have been
changed and reorganized to allow easy and effective
administration of the tests in the classroom it becomes
almost impossible for students to copy answers. If copying
isnt a problem with your class, you can just use the A tests.
Listening tests
All the Listening tests re-use listenings from the Students
Book. Some students may remember the contexts of the
listenings, but they are very unlikely to remember the
which are different from the tasks that students have
already done.
The Listening numbers are indicated in the Answer key.
Answer key
The Answer key for the tests starts on page 65.
1.9
Introduction
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Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation

Reading and Writing

Listening and Speaking
Total score
If you do the
Grammar
,
Vocabulary
,
and
Pronunciation
test but not
Reading
,
Writing
,
Listening
, or
Speaking
, double your students marks to
give a total score out of 100, e.g.
Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation mark
Total score out of 100
These tests may be photocopied freely for classroom use. They
may not be adapted, printed, or sold without the permission
of Oxford University Press.
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Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
3
GRAMMAR
1
have to
,
dont have to
,
must
,
mustnt
,
should
, or
shouldnt
.
Example:Well
ha
v
e t
o
leave early tomorrow morning.
1Great! Its a holiday tomorrow we ________ go
to work.
2I need your advice. Where do you think we ________
stay in London, in a hotel or a bed and breakfast?
3There are hungry crocodiles in that river. You
________ swim in it!
4Its a great film. You ________ see it.
5You ________ talk loudly on your mobile in a
restaurant. Its bad manners.
6You ________ drive on the right in Europe (except in
the UK).
2
must
,
cant
, or
might
.
Example:They
m
ust
be out. Nobody is answering the
phone.

Youre right. Im just joking.
2

I thought you ________ like to borrow this book.

Oh great, thanks. I was thinking about buying it.
3

Ive just run 20km. Im training for a marathon.

Really? You ________ feel exhausted.
4

Marilyn and Bob are on holiday in Sicily this week.

They ________ be. Ive just seen Marilyn in town.
5

I passed my driving test!

Congratulations! You ________ be very happy.
6

Look, Jane left her bag here.

It ________ be Janes her bag is black.
7

Wheres Steven?

look in his diary?
3
can
,
could
, or
be able to
.
Example:We were so hungry we
c
o
uldn

t
wait for
dinner, so we ordered pizza.
1What does this label say? I ________ see without
my glasses.
2Ive never ________draw well, but my brother is
brilliant.
3________ you lend me a pen, please?
4Im free tonight, so Ill ________ come and help you
if you like.
5After three months living here, I ________
understand quite a lot of Japanese.
6Id love ________ play a musical instrument.
VOCABULARY
4
Example:I didnt hang
u
p
mobile.
1You must
t
________ off your mobile before you go
into the cinema.
b
________ in half an hour?
3Ive just bought a new mobile; I must choose a new
ring
t
________.
4Im sorry, I think I dialled the wrong
n
________.
5Im trying to call Sarah, but her lines been
e
________ for half an hour; she must be talking to
her boyfriend.
6I sent you a
t
7The person you are calling is not available at the
moment. Please leave a
m
________ after the beep.
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Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
1
GRAMMAR
1
shall / going to / will
or the present continuous.
Example:Im sure that Jess
w
il
l he
lp
(help) you if you
ask her.
1
A
I went to see
Superman Returns
yesterday at the
cinema. Its excellent.
B
Oh good. I ________ (see) it tomorrow.
A
I know you ________ (love) it.
2
A
I ________ (go) to town this afternoon. ________
(I /go) to the supermarket on my way back?
B
Yes, we need bread, milk and some fruit.
A
cheese, too.
3
A
I heard on the radio that the weather ________
(be) excellent this weekend.
B
Thats good, because my parents ________ (come)
to stay with me.
2
U
nd
e
r
line
the correct form.
Example:We
us
ual
ly g
e
t up
early
every morning.
1Peter
dont work / isnt working
tomorrow, so were
2What
are you doing / do you do
this evening?
3Clare buys a lot of takeaways, but
Iprefer/ Im
preferring
home-made food.
4In the summer,
I often cycle / Im often cycling
to
work.
5Emma
tries / is trying
6
I dont usually have / Im not usually having
dessert,
but Ill have one tonight.
3
the verb in brackets.
Example:He
w
as w
at
c
hing
(watch) a film on TV when I
arrived.
1
I was thinking about him when he ________ (ring) me!
go out when you phoned.
3Last week the boss ________ (say) he would give me
a pay rise, because I was so hard-working.
4Real Madrid ________ (win) 20 at half time, but
they lost the match 32.
5As soon as I arrived, we ________ (order) our food
everyone had waited for me.
6I ________ (already / finish) cooking when Maria
offered to help.
7We were really tired when we arrived because we
________ (not sleep) for 26 hours.
VOCABULARY
4
fit
by running every morning.
1It is very important to warm ________ before
doing sport.
e usually played indoors
in a sports ________.
4There is a new ski ________ in my town and it is
indoors.
long.
court and he couldnt finish the game.
7We play tennis, and we ________ tai-chi.
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12Did you ______ sightseeing in Prague?
Ado


Bmake


Cgo


13He ______ me if I could tell him the way.
Asaid


Btold


Casked


Atrainers


Btracksuit


Cboots


15Your ______ are cold! You should wear gloves.
Aarms


Blegs


Chands


16Dont be so ______! Youll have to wait.
Aimpatient


Buntidy


Cmean


17I look ______ my mother; we have the same eyes and
nose.
Aas


Blike


Cto


18Its ______ to run when the floor is wet.
Asafe


Bdangerous


Cclean


19I fell ______ the steps and broke my arm.
Aalong


Binto


Cdown


traffic.
Aclean


Bsafe




21Say please. You have to be more ______.
Arude


Bnoisy


Cpolite


22A ______ has a very long neck.
Agiraffe


Bkangaroo


Cbear


23Can you turn ______ the radio? I want to listen to the
weather forecast.
Aoff


Bon


Cdown


24Adrian asked me if I could ______ him some money.
Alend


Bborrow


Ctake


25Im sorry Im late. I ______ the bus.
Amissed


Bleft


Clost


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Tick (

) the correct answer A, B, or C.
Example:The film was really ______. I nearly fell
asleep.
Aexciting


Bboring



Cfunny


1I ______ a lot more money in my new job.
Ahad


Bwin


Cearn


Aat


Bon


Cin


3Dans so ______. He pays for everything when we
go out.
Alazy


Bmean


Cgenerous


4Im going to ______ a cake for Bills birthday.
Amake


Bdo


Ccook


5Its really sunny. Lets ______ for a walk.
Aget


Bgo


Chave


6______ have black and yellow stripes on their bodies.
AFlies


BMosquitoes


CWasps


7Excuse me, could I ______ on these jeans, please?
Aget


Btake


Ctry


8My new camera doesnt work. Im going to take it
______ to the shop.
Aaway


Bback


Con


9The bus was so ______ I couldnt move.
Acrowded


Bmodern


Cnoisy


10He wont be very happy if he ______ his driving
test again.
Amisses


Bpasses


Cfails


11Tower Bridge goes ______ the River Thames.
Aover


Bunder


Cthrough


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fit
by running every morning.
and he couldnt finish the game.
long.
3There is a new ski ________ in my town and it is
indoors.
4I play tennis, and I ________ tai-chi.
6It is very important to warm ________ before
doing sport.
e usually played indoors
in a sports ________.
6
Example:Jims really
sh
y
shysensitiveextrovert
1You should think about how other people feel instead
of being so ________!
spoiltindependentselfish
2In sport, boys are often more ________ than girls.
They always want to win.
3Shes just ________ because you got a higher score in
the test yesterday.
ambitiousspoiltjealous
4Jacks so ________. He can talk to anyone about
anything.
insecuresociablemanipulative
generoushonestsensitive
do what he wants.
sensiblemoodymean
7Lynne was very ________ tonight. Do you think
shes OK?
A
NAME
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
1
PRONUNCIATION
7
Write the words in the correct place.
frui
tcir
cuitpl
a
t
e
spectato
r
su
garpo
r
tion
__
p
lat
e
__1________2________
3
________
4________5
________
8
Underline
the stressed syllable.
Example:talk
ative
1protest (v)
2in-laws
4atmosphere
5aggressive
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LISTENING
(2 marks per answer)
1sp
eak
teach4ho
olig
ans
polite
2talkat
i
v
e
direct5p
olit
e
careful
3fr
ie
nd
l
y
extrovert
SPEAKING
See marking guidelines on p.3.
4Grammar, Vocabulary, and
Pronunciation
GRAMMAR
1
1didnt use to like4used to go
2usually go5Did you use to
3used to be6isnt usually
2
1as soon as4until
2if5as soon as
3unless
3
1d buy6ll buy
2dont pass7dont ask
3didnt want8wouldnt complain
4had9tells
5wouldnt do
VOCABULARY
4
3lost6have
5
1fail5take
2study6cheat
3revise7behave
4learn8do
6
1armchair4kitchen
2sink5country
3block of flats6garage
PRONUNCIATION
7
1fr
ie
nd
ship4compu
ter
2pa
tio5e
n
trance
3lit
erature
8
1school4pupil
2practise5advertise
3suburbs
4Reading and Writing
READING
1A5C9B
2B6C10C
3C7C
4C8B
WRITING
Students own answers. See marking
guidelines on p.3.
3.4
4Listening and Speaking
LISTENING
(2 marks per answer)
1last4one
2boarding5lifestyle
3food
SPEAKING
See marking guidelines on p.3.
5Grammar, Vocabulary, and
Pronunciation
GRAMMAR
1
1a5the
2the6the
3the7
4an8
2
1turning4trying
2learn5to enjoy
3
1not4much
2little5very few
3much6any
VOCABULARY
4
1A plumber4responsible
3experience6self-employed
5
1react5relax
2survival6organization
3decide7proposal
4movement
6
1of5from
2in6with
3for7about
4at
PRONUNCIATION
7
1in
terview4discu
ssion
2daug
h
ter5unemplo
y
e
d
3house
work
8
1borrow4that
2organize5laugh
3think
5Reading and Writing
READING
1C5A9C
2B6B10A
3B7C
4B8B
WRITING
Students own answers. See marking
guidelines on p.3.
4.7
5Listening and Speaking
LISTENING
(2 marks per answer)
1hurry4rooms
2aerobics5convenient
3world
SPEAKING
See marking guidelines on p.3.
6Grammar, Vocabulary, and
Pronunciation
GRAMMAR
1
1which / that4where
2who5which
3whose6who / that
2
1us if5might not
2had to6not to
3had left7were
4would
3
1will be made5will be expected
2was stolen6is cleaned
3was directed7is caused
4was spent
VOCABULARY
4
1based5location
2extras6dubbed
3special7subtitles
4soundtrack
5
1Scientists5musician
2conductor6Composers
3Presenters7Politicians
4guitarist
6
1manager
2discount
3credit
4shopping centre
5trolley
6in a shop window
PRONUNCIATION
7
1li
brary4bar
gain
2phot
o
grapher5se
quel
3polit
i
cian
8
1shopping4violinist
2audience5screen
3receipt
6Reading and Writing
READING
1B5B9C
2B6B10C
3B7C
4C8A
5.3
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NAME
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
4
GRAMMAR
1
used to / didnt use to /
Did use to
, or the present simple +
usually
.
Example:I
us
e
d t
o b
e
ha
v
e
(behave) badly at school, but
now I study hard.
on really well.
2I ________ (go) to the cinema on Mondays, as it is
cheaper on that day.
3I ________ (be) a sales manager, but then I trained
to be a designer.
4When we were children, we often ________ (go)
swimming in the sea.
before you came here?
tired today.
2
U
nd
e
r
line
the correct word(s).
Example:You wont pass the exam,
unless
/
if
you
study harder.
1This is an urgent message. Please call me
as soon as /
if
unless / if
you dont
leave work early.
3He wont go
if / unless
Belinda goes, because he cant
drive.
4Dont eat anything now! Wait
until / when
dinners
ready.
5They said theyd phone us
as soon as / until
their
plane lands.
3
the verbs.
Example:If we
had ar
r
i
v
e
d
(arrive) earlier, we would
1If I were you, I ________ (buy) a more reliable car.
2If they ________ (not pass) their exams, theyll be so
disappointed.
3We wouldnt help you if we ________ (not want) to.
a teacher.
5He ________ (not do) such a dangerous job unless
he enjoyed it.
6I ________ (buy) you a present if you are good.
7If you ________ (not ask) for a pay rise, you wont
8I ________ (not complain) if I had their lifestyle!
9His teacher wont be angry if he ________ (tell) her
the truth.
VOCABULARY
4
U
nd
e
r
line
the correct word(s).
Example:I
have known
/
me
t
John in 1998.
her.
friend / colleague
today.
I havent seen him for ages.
3We had
lost / kept in
again through the website Friends Reunited.
4We
our new boss for the first time today.
5Hes been trying to
with
Lilian all day.
6Lucas and his sister
are / have
a lot in common.
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End-of-course Listening
LISTENING
1
Listen to an interview with a psychologist.
Example:This weeks
e
dit
ion
is about new activities.
1Dr Prior will tell you how to ________ if you take up
a new activity.
2If you cant swim, you shouldnt take up ________.
3You could be good at tennis, even if you werent very
good at ________.
4If youre finding the activity difficult, you should
have a ________ of one or two months.
really your thing.
2
Listen to the news broadcast. Tick (

) A, B, or C.
Example:Its ______.
Asix oclock in the morning



Bsix oclock in the evening


Cone oclock


1The lorry caused the accident because it ______.
Awas a heavy goods vehicle


Binjured 17 people


Cwas travelling too quickly


2Peugeot factory workers protested by ______.
Awalking out of the factory




Casking for more money


3Unemployment figures ______.
Aare 150,263 this year


Bwere 1,490,000 last year


Chave increased by 150,263 since last year


4Some factories in the UK are relocating to ______.
Athe East


Bthe Middle East


Cthe Far East


5House prices have increased ______ in the last five
years.
Athree times


Bby one third


Cby the average price


LISTENING
1
Listen to an interview with a psychologist.
Example:This weeks edition is about new
ac
t
i
v
it
ies
.
1Dr Prior will give you some ________ about taking
up new activities.
2If youre afraid of ________, you shouldnt take up
parachuting.
3Try to be realistic, not too ________.
might have to give up.
5You might be able to make new friends if you are
2
Listen to the news broadcast. Tick (

) A, B, or C.
Example:Its ______.
Asix oclock in the morning



Bsix oclock in the evening


Cone oclock


117 people have been ______ in an accident.
Ahurt


Bkilled


Cinvolved


2The accident happened because the lorry ______.
Awas travelling too quickly


Bwas a heavy goods vehicle


Cinjured 17 people


3Factory workers are protesting because ______.
Athe unions have asked for a pay rise




managers


4The number of people who are unemployed this year
is ______.
Aaround 1,490,000


Bover 1,490,000


C150,263


5It is becoming more and more difficult for ______ to
buy houses.
Athe unemployed


Bestate agents


Cfirst-time buyers


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30
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10
Listening total
20
Speaking total
30
Listening and Speaking total
10
Listening total
20
Speaking total
5
5
5
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Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
2
GRAMMAR
1
U
nd
e
r
line
the correct word or phrase.
Example:Youve
b
e
e
n w
o
r
king
/ worked
hard for
months you need a holiday.
1Hes
doing / been doing
yoga for three years now.
2Ive been waiting for this moment
since / for
a
long time.
3Ive
disliked
/
been disliking
bananas since I was
a child.
4Dont worry. I havent
been crying / cried
Ive got
a cold.
known /
been knowing
her for years.
6How long
has his father been working /
does his father work
in Madrid?
2
Write the comparative or superlative form of the
adjectives.
Example:The people in Ireland are some of the
fr
ie
nd
liest
(friendly) in the world.
1He looks much ________ (good) with short hair.
2That was probably ________ (bad) meal Ive ever
had in a restaurant!
3My new office is ________ (tiny) as my last one.
4Is transport here ________ (expensive) as in your
country?
5When we all checked in, Frankies luggage was
________ (heavy).
6We think this design is ________ (interesting) than
that one.
7The trains in Japan are ________ (modern) Ive ever
travelled on.
3
present perfect simple or the past simple.
Example:Ive been to Beijing, but I

v
e ne
v
e
r b
ee
n
(not / go) to Shanghai.
John
How long
1
________ (you / know) each other?
Keira
Well, we
2
been good friends since.
Doctor
What seems to be the problem?
Mike
I
3
I think I
4
________ (break) my finger.
Sean
Hello, could I speak to Mr Jackson, please?
Alison
Im sorry, he
5
________ (just / go) into a
Jennie
6
________ (you / take) out any money from
the cash machine this morning?
Alex
Will
7
________ (you / ever/ lend) anyone your car?
Tom
Yes, I lent it to my brother and I would never
do it again!
VOCABULARY
4
Example:You should always wear a
s
eat
b
e
lt
in a car.
1When I was a teenager, we went on a school
t
________ to Spain.
2Theres a
p
________
a
________ in the town centre
so you dont have to worry about traffic.
3There are always queues at the
t
________
r
________
4In Australia it is the law for cyclists to wear a
h
________.
5Please have your
b
________
c
________ and
passport ready to show before you board the plane.
6
P
________
t
________ in this city is excellent. Most
people dont need to use their cars.
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5
5
Write the verb or noun.
Example:discuss
dis
cussion
verbnoun
1________reaction
2survive________
3________decision
4move________
5________relaxation
6organize________
7propose________
6
preposition.
Example:Are you listening
t
o
me?
1Louises really afraid ________ heights.
2Im interested ________ starting my own company.
3How long have you been working ________ the
video company?
4Matts really good ________ telling jokes.
5I borrowed this book ________ the library.
6Im sorry. I just dont agree ________ you.
PRONUNCIATION
7
Underline
the stressed syllable.
Example:ac
c
oun
tant
1interview
2daughter
3housework
4discussion
5unemployed
8
Write the words in the correct place.
th
atlau
gho
rganizeborro
w
th
inkw
o
r
r
y
_
w
or
r
y
_1________2________
3________4________5________
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50
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NAME
Reading and Writing
6
READING
Read the article and tick (

) A, B, or C.
Shopping in Hong Kong
Ultra-modern, bustling Hong Kong is one of the worlds
best shopping cities, an essential visit for all shopaholics
searching for a bargain. There are several areas to
choose from. The urban district of Kowloon, meaning
Nine Dragons, attracts thousands of tourists every year.
A popular first stop here is the modern shopping district,
Tsim Tsa Tsui. However, if you prefer to absorb the
Tei and Mong Kok districts are probably more your style.
A great place to explore at night is Nathan Road and the
signs. You can buy almost anything here. Look out for
bargains on electrical goods and jewellery.
Its possible to buy traditional items in Hong Kong. You
cars, and bank notes that are burnt at funerals (when a
person dies) so that theyre wealthy in the after-life.
Its full of brightly coloured lights and wonderful cooking
smells. Watch the fortune-tellers whose trained birds
choose pieces of paper to predict a persons future, and
eat delicious noodles, seafood, and other late-night
snacks at the inexpensive stalls.
Mong Kok is the place where the famous criminals triad
gangs are based. As a result most tourists avoid this area,
so it remains mainly Chinese. There are many traditional
to try local foods, which have not been changed to suit
tourists tastes as they often have in more popular tourist
areas. Its unlikely to be dangerous for foreigners, so if
youd like to see some of the more unspoilt areas of
Hong Kong, Mong Kok is definitely worth exploring.
One thing is certain about a shopping trip to Hong Kong
youll leave with a lot less money than you arrived with,
and a much heavier suitcase!
Example:Hong Kong is ______.
Aold fashioned


Bvery modern



Cthe best city in the world


1The modern shopping area is in ______.
AYau Ma Tei


BMong Kok


CKowloon


2___________ is an area in Kowloon.
ATsim Tsa Tsui


BNine Dragons


CYau Ma Tei


3
The writer says that Nathan Road is a good place to ______.
Aexplore during the day


Bfind things at a good price


Cbuy traditional things


4Go to Nathan Road if you want to buy ______.
Awedding clothes


Ban MP3 player


Cflashing signs


Achange money


Bbuy a car


Cbuy a house made of paper


6Fortune-tellers use ______ to tell you your future.
Acoloured lights


Bnoodles


Cbirds


7The writer says that Mong Kok ______.
Ais not worth exploring


Bhasnt been changed by tourism


Cis dangerous for foreigners


8The food in other areas of Hong Kong is different from
the food in Mong Kok because ______.
Atourists dont buy it


Bthere are fewer tourists


Cthere are a lot of Chinese tourists


9The writer says that youll ______ in Hong Kong.
Abuy more luggage


Beat more


Cspend a lot of money


10The writer mentions places where you can buy ______.
Atraditional clothes


Btraditional jewellery


Cbirds


WRITING
Imagine you are helping to organize a book club.
Choose a book and write a review recommending
students to read it. Include the following information:
(140180 words)

name of the book, the author, any prizes it has won


the plot and characters

why you recommend this book
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WRITING
Students own answers. See marking
guidelines on p.3.
6Listening and Speaking
LISTENING
1v
e
r
y ag
g
r
essi
v
e
football hooligans
2talking
the taxi
3b
e
d
floor
4c
leaning staff
receptionist
5eat
pay for
SPEAKING
See marking guidelines on p.3.
7Grammar, Vocabulary, and
Pronunciation
GRAMMAR
1
1Could you tell me if the shops are open
on Sunday?
2Do you know if there is a newsagents
near here?
station?
4Could you tell me where the nearest
cash machine is?
2
1have3didnt
2wont4did
3
1would have been
2hadnt been
3d paid
4would have looked after
5hadnt passed
6wouldnt have finished
4
1me up4forward to it
2

5into an old friend
3for the steak6them off
VOCABULARY
5
1drama series5the news
2sports programme6documentary
3quiz show7comedy show
4chat show
6
1luckily4useless
2comfortably5fortunately
3carelessly6impatient
7
2sell6look
4bump
PRONUNCIATION
7
1polic
e
4m
ur
der
2unl
u
ckily5sat
ellite
3c
o
m
fortable
8
1advert4channel
2inspector5crime
3patience
7Reading and Writing
READING
1C5C9C
2B6B10C
3B7B
4A8B
WRITING
Students own answers. See marking
guidelines on p.3.
7Listening and Speaking
LISTENING
(2 marks per answer)
1furious4theory
3evidence
SPEAKING
See marking guidelines on p.3.
End-of-course Grammar, Vocabulary,
and Pronunciation
GRAMMAR
1
1few8next
2must9banning
3wont10told
4Will11hed
6unless13used to
7any14mustnt
2
1gets9d go
2will be sent10s working
3has worked11d seen
4had broken12wanted
5went13was listening
6broke14have
7s gone15wrote
8m eating
3
1up7where
2for8able
3is9were
4asked10until
5hadnt had11arent
6out
VOCABULARY
4
1sensitive8manipulative
2behave9away
3starving10terrace
4in11frustrating
5discount12back
6sculptor13credit
7pedestrian14adverts
5
1reaction4similarity
2survival5possibility
3movement6madness
7.7
6
1trip4menu
2beard5extras
3apply for a job
7
1out5based
2for6injured
3into7keep
4back8does
8
1on5on
2to6into
3for7in
4of
PRONUNCIATION
9
1ap
p
ear
ance6r
e
fund
2sau
sages7g
r
and
parents
3l
u
ggage8v
i
llage
4inv
est
9mani
pulative
5cap
tain10educa
tion
10
1moody6audience
2watch7generous
3advert8lunch
4university9organization
5underground10journey
End-of-course Reading and Writing
READING
1B5C9A
2A6B10B
3A7B
4C8C
WRITING
Students own answers. See marking
guidelines on p.3.
End-of-course Listening and Speaking
LISTENING
1
1tips4anywhere
2heights5interested
3ambitious
2
1A3B5C
2A4A
SPEAKING
See marking guidelines on p.3.
2.5
3.13
Answer key to
B
tests
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End-of-course Speaking
SPEAKING
1
Make questions and ask your partner.
1What / position in family? How / affect personality?
2Which / more important earn / big salary or enjoy /
job? Why?
3have / special talents or skills? What / be?
4If / change anything about town, what / be? Why?
5describe / interesting programme / see on TV
recently?
2
Talk about one of the statements below, saying if
you agree or disagree. Give reasons.
People over 65 should take their driving test again.
In the future we will spend less time with our families
and more time with our friends.
Cheating in sport is very common nowadays.
3
Listen to your partner. Do you agree with him / her?
SPEAKING
1
Make questions and ask your partner.
1How much time / spend with family and friends?
What / do?
2What / favourite possession? Why?
3describe / traditional dish from country?
4ever / lend anyone any money? pay / back?
2
Listen to your partner. Do you agree with him / her?
3
Talk about one of the statements below, saying if
you agree or disagree. Give reasons.
You should never give up on a dream.
Schools nowadays are not as strict as they used to be.
It is impossible for a man and a woman to be close
friends.
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NAME
Reading and Writing
5
READING
Read the article and tick (

) A, B, or C.
How I got my dream job
Are you still looking for your dream job? Dont give up.
Heres how three people achieved their goals
.
Mario Mendes, 29
Im part of a team that develops new technologies. I work
dream job, but it was worth the effort. My advice? Decide
exactly what your dream job is and what it involves. Learn
about the job. Make contact with companies that could
offer your chosen career. Make sure they know your
Andy Collins, 46
As a student, I earned $295 a week in
cash working in a beach caf. At the time, it was my dream
job! Later I became a chef. It was hard work, I was often in a
hot kitchen for twelve hours a day, six days a week. But you
have to know the meaning of hard work if you want to
achieve your goals. I now own five restaurants around the
U.S. My best advice is to find out what your skills and
that come naturally to them, so work and enjoy!
Sarah Cooper, 38
three years when I decided to change my career. My work
was often boring and always busy. I started studying to
become a teacher. It certainly wasnt easy; I continued
working full-time to pay for my training at night school. I
was exhausted most of the time, but after two years, I
finally got my qualifications and resigned. Im now a
primary school teacher and its as good as I imagined. So
dont wait! Write a list of the things that are stopping you
each thing. Theres always an answer.
Example:Mario is ______.
Avery interesting


Bself-employed


Cvery happy with his job



Aenjoys his job


Btravels abroad


Cworks in a team


2Mario thinks he got his dream job because ______.
Ahes intelligent


Bit was easy


Che did a lot of preparation


3When Andy was young, his dream job was to ______.
Abecome a chef


Bhave his own restaurant


Cwork in a caf by the beach


4When he was a chef, Andy ______.
Aearned $295 a week


Bdidnt enjoy his job




5Andy says its important to know ______.
Ayour goals


Bwhat youre good at


Cwhat you enjoy doing


6It took Sarah ______ years to train to be a teacher.
Afive


Bthree


Ctwo


Ahard


Bexciting


Ceasy


8Sarah studied ______.
Afull-time


Bat evening classes


Cduring the day


9Sarah advises people to ______.
Aplan how they can achieve their goals


Bbecome primary school teachers


Ccontinue working while they train


10Who has become a successful businessman / woman?
AAndy


BMario


CMario and Andy


WRITING
Are you creative? Good at making quick decisions? Do
you enjoy working as part of a team?
All New Media Promotions
is looking for enthusiastic,
department. There are vacancies in the following areas:
AdministrationPromotions
SalesWebsite Design
All applicants must have the appropriate qualifications
and a good level of English is essential.
Resources,
All New Media Promotions
, Edinburgh,
PO Box 1084
for a job at
All New MediaPromotions
. (140180 words)
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PRONUNCIATION
9
Write the words in the correct place.
c
h
anne
l
u
ndergroundadve
rtg
enerous
au
diencem
u
r
d
e
r
mo
o
dyo
r
ganization
j
ourneylu
nchu
niversitywatc
h
_c
hanne
l
__
m
ur
de
r
_
1 ________
2 ________3
________
4 ________
5
________
6
________
7
________
8
________
9
________
10
________
10
Underline
the stressed syllable.
Example:comp
o
ser
1refund (n)
2captain
3grandparents
4education
5invest
6sausages
7manipulative
8appearance
9luggage
10village
A
NAME
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NAME
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation
5
GRAMMAR
1
U
nd
e
r
line
the correct word(s).
Example:
A lot o
f
/ Many of
people cheered when they
heard the news.
1I was going to have a biscuit, but there arent
any /
none
.
2There are
very few / very little
modern buildings in
this town.
3They havent got
plenty of / much
money, but theyre
still very generous.
4I dont like living in the city theres too
much /
many
traffic.
5There are
not / no
enough seats for everyone.
6Very
little / few
money is being invested in the public
health system.
2
a
,
an
,
the
, or
(no article).
3
ing
form or the infinitive (with or without
to
).
Example:She left without
sa
y
ing
(say) goodbye.
any more.
2Ian doesnt seem ________ (enjoy) his job very much.
3Ive given up ________ (try) to learn how to dance
salsa Im hopeless!
4Natalie said I should ________ (learn) to do yoga to
relieve stress.
5Would you mind ________ (turn) your music down?
I cant concentrate.
newspaper.
VOCABULARY
4
Write the verb or noun.
Example:discuss
dis
cussion
verbnoun
1propose________
2organize________
3________relaxation
4survive________
5________reaction
6move________
7________decision
5
preposition.
Example:Are you listening
t
o
me?
1Im sorry. I just dont agree ________ you.
2I borrowed this book ________ the library.
3Hes really good ________ telling jokes.
5Im interested ________ starting my own company.
6Susies really afraid ________ heights.
7How long have you been working ________ the
television company?
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7
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Dear all,
Were having a fantastic time in Paris. We arrived
yesterday afternoon so we had time to find
1
________
nice little hotel and relax after our journey.
We woke up early this morning because
2
________ sun
was shining in through the window. We had a delicious
breakfast and then went out to explore
3
________ city.
4
________ artist studying at university here. Hes going
to take us to
5
________ best caf in town, (at least he
says it is!) just beside the River Seine. After that were
going to go up
6
________ Eiffel Tower and then do
some more sightseeing.
7
________ French cities are wonderful!
Well be back
8
________ next Saturday. See you soon!
Love,
Stacy
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Listening and Speaking
6
LISTENING
You will hear three people being interviewed about
unfortunate experiences. C
r
oss ou
t
the wrong
information. Write the correct information.
Example:Speaker 1 was going ho
me
.
t
o the c
e
nt
r
e
1Speaker 1 didnt pay the taxi driver much money.
_________________
2Speaker 2 was in France on holiday.
_________________
3Speaker 2 complained to the manager about the
dirty room.
_________________
4Speaker 3s ravioli had a black hair in it.
_________________
5Speaker 3s dad didnt think he should pay for the meal.
_________________
SPEAKING
1
Make questions and ask your partner.
1What kind / shops / in your town or city?
2Where go / if / want / find bargain?
4see / films recently? What / see? enjoy it?
5tell me / person / admire?
2
Talk about the statement below, saying if you agree
or disagree. Give reasons.
Nothing happens if you complain in shops and
restaurants.
3
Listen to your partner talking about famous
people. Do you agree with him / her?
LISTENING
You will hear three people being interviewed about
unfortunate experiences. C
r
oss ou
t
the wrong
information. Write the correct information.
Example:Speaker 1 was in a b
us
.
tax
i
1Speaker 1s taxi driver said that all English people were
very aggressive.
_________________
2Speaker 1 asked the taxi driver to stop talking.
_________________
3Speaker 2 found dirty towels on the bed in the hotel.
_________________
4Speaker 2 made a complaint about the messy room to
the cleaning staff.
_________________
5Speaker 3s dad didnt eat the ravioli in the end.
_________________
SPEAKING
1
Make questions and ask your partner.
1How often / go shopping? What / buy?
2describe / favourite shop? Why / like?
3ever / make / complaint? What about?
What happened?
4think / a film / make / feel good? Why?
5tell me / a hero or icon from your country?
2
Listen to your partner talking about complaining.
Do you agree with him / her?
3
Talk about the statement below, saying if you
agree or disagree. Give reasons.
Famous people should use their status to make the
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10
Listening total
20
Speaking total
30
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Entry test
GRAMMAR
Tick (

) the correct answer A, B, or C.
Example:They ______ from Rome. Theyre from
Florence.
Anot


Barent



Cisnt


1Have you finished that report? No, not ______.
Ajust


Balready


Cyet


2What ______ you do yesterday afternoon?
Aare


Bdid


Cdo


3I ______ in the park when it started raining.
Asat


Bwas sitting


Csit


4______ you ever been to the museum? No, this is the
first time.
AHad


BHas


CHave


5He couldnt remember where he ______ his car.
Ahad parked


Bwas parking


Chas parked


6We ______ work tomorrow.
Ahavent to


Bdont have to


Cmust to


7I ______ the gym on Thursday evenings.
Ago usually to


Balways go


Coften go to


8I put ______ salt in the pasta.
Aa little


Btoo many


Ca few


9Hello! Come in. Ive ______ made some coffee.
Would you like some?
Ajust


Balready


Cyet


10I dont want to rent a horror film. ______ do I.
ANeither


BSo


CEither


11______ in the sea makes you really strong.
ASwim


BSwimming


CSwiming


12Its snowing. ______
APutting your hat on


BYour hat put on


CPut your hat on


13A key is a thing ______ you use to open doors.
Awhere


Bwhich


Cwho


AAre you going


BDo you go


CWill you go


15She ______invite
him if she didnt want him to come.
Awont


Bnot


Cwouldnt


16I need some advice. What ______ I do?
Ashould


Bmust


Ccould


17This castle ______ in 1600.
Awas built


Bbuilt


Cwas build


18I dont have ______ money left, because I bought a
Amuch


Bmany


Clots


19He ______ me not to tell anyone.
Asay


Btold


Csaid


20What ______ you do if she doesnt reply to your email?
Awill


Bwould


Cdo


21Lets order a pizza. We dont have ______ to cook for
dinner.
Anothing


Banything




22Theyve lived in the same house ______ forty years.
Afor


Bsince


Cago


23I ______ come and see you tonight if I can borrow
Joes car.
Amust


Bmight


Chave to


24I think this is the ______ song on the CD.


Bmost best


Cbest


25That case is too heavy for you. I ______ you.
All help


Bhelp


Cm going to help


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