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English

In motion
Tom Ottway

2 Tests

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Contents

Unit page

Introduction 4

Diagnostic Test 5

Test 1 8

Test 2 17

Test 3 26

Term Test 1 35

Test 4 44

Test 5 53

Test 6 62

Term Test 2 71

Test 7 80

Test 8 89

Test 9 98

Term Test 3 107

Year Test 1 116

Year Test 2 125

Speaking Tests 134

Answers 156

Listening Transcripts 167

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Introduction
English In motion
Tests

The English In motion tests can be used to evaluate


students’ progress at the end of each unit, term and
year. There is also a diagnostic test that can be used
at the beginning of the school year for placement
purposes.

Each three-page test is made up of six different areas


which have been covered in the English In motion
Student’s Book and Workbook and accompanying
resources – Reading, Vocabulary, Grammar, Listening,
Writing and Speaking.

• Reading
The texts included in this section reflect those
students have worked with during the course.
Students read a text and answer questions based on
their overall understanding followed by more specific
comprehension questions. The text includes some of
the vocabulary and grammar from the unit.

• Vocabulary
Two exercises test students’ understanding of the two
vocabulary sets presented in the Student’s Book. This
is tested with a variety of different exercise types.

• Grammar Mixed-ability groups and testing


Here, students are tested on their understanding and In order to accommodate varying levels of students
use of the grammar taught in the units. Again, this is in the group, each test is provided at three levels of
tested with a variety of different exercise types. difficulty (except the diagnostic test).
• Reinforcement – for students that have a slightly
• Listening lower level to that of the course.
The purpose of this section is to test students’ • Consolidation – for students that are at the same
understanding of the language presented in the level as the course.
English you need section of the units as well as • Extension – for those students that have a slightly
students general listening comprehension skills. The higher level to that of the course.
recordings in this section reflect those that students
have worked with in the English you need section of The tests are also available in Word format on the
the Student’s Book and Workbook. English In motion website so that they can be edited
to meet different student and group needs.
• Writing Visit www.webenglishinmotion.net
In this section students are tested on two areas – their
understanding and use of the lexical/grammatical/
discourse focus of the writing section of the unit as
well as students’ ability to produce their own piece
of writing.

• Speaking
Pairwork and role play are used in this section to test
students’ oral ability. The focus here, along with the
vocabulary and grammar content of the unit, is the
language presented in the English You Need section
of the Student’s Book. The activities can be done
either by two students or a student and the teacher.

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Diagnostic test
Reading __ / 10 4 There are twenty-two Cook Islands.

Holiday Plans 5 The Cook Islands are in the Atlantic


by Marcie Graham Ocean.
Next week, I’m going to travel to the Cook Islands
with my mum, my dad and my sister, Grace. 6 Mutiny on the Bounty is about Captain
Grace doesn’t want to go because her boyfriend, Cook.
Greg, isn’t coming with us, but I’m really excited.
There are fifteen Cook Islands and they are in the
middle of the Pacific Ocean, between Hawaii and
Vocabulary __ / 20
New Zealand. It’s hot and sunny there and we’re
going to go scuba-diving and cycling. I know it’s
going to be amazing!
1 Match the definitions (1–6) to the words
(a–f).
Right now, I’m reading about the history of the
islands. The Cook Islanders were brilliant sailors 1 You eat it in a sandwich. d
and travelled huge distances in small boats. 2 You write in it every day.
The islands are named after British Captain 3 You need it to see in the dark.
James Cook. He sailed around them in the 1770s 4 You can send it on your mobile.
but he wasn’t the first European there. Two 5 You use it to clean your teeth.
Spanish explorers came before him: Alvaro de 6 You put your head on it to sleep.
Mendana in 1595 and Pedro Quiros in 1606. The
famous Captain William Bligh also landed on a a pillow
the islands in 1789. You can see his story in the b a torch
classic film Mutiny on the Bounty. c a text message
d ham
1 Read Marcie’s blog. Put the events in e a diary
order. f a toothbrush

a Spanish explorers discover the Cook 2 Complete the text with the words in the
Islands. 1 box.
b Marcie goes scuba-diving and cycling.
c Captain William Bligh sails to the Cook actor | cold | piano | snowboarding
Islands. bedroom | brother
d Marcie and her family travel to the Cook
Islands. My (1) brother is called Teddy and he’s 22
e Marcie writes her blog. years old. He’s an (2) and he
f Captain Cook sails around the Cook works in a theatre. In his free time, he likes
Islands. (3) in the Pyrenees; he loves
(4) weather. At home, he likes
2 Read again. Correct the sentences.
playing the (5) ; he’s very good
1 Marcie is going on holiday with her at it and he loves music. He’s got a a lot of
friends. CDs in his (6) , next to his bed!
Marcie is going on holiday with her family.
2 Greg is Marcie’s boyfriend.

3 The Cook Islanders were brilliant


fishermen.

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Diagnostic test
Grammar __ / 30 4 Circle the correct option.

1 Complete the text with the verbs in


1
2
There ’s / are some money in my bag.
There are any / a lot of cafés in my town.
brackets. Use the present simple or the
3 There’s some / any cheese in the fridge.
present continuous.
4 There isn’t some / any ham.
Jenny (1) likes (like) going to discos with her 5 Was / Were there a lot of tomatoes on the
friends at the weekend. Every Saturday night pizza?
she (2) (go) dancing at the 6 Can I have any / some water to drink,
Boho Bar. Tonight, Jenny and her friends please?
(3) (meet) at 9.00 o’clock at
Mandy’s house. Mandy (4)
5 Complete the sentences with the verbs in
brackets. Use the past simple.
(live) near the town centre. Her Dad
(5) (drive) them to the Boho Bar 1 My cat ate my rabbit yesterday! (eat)
tonight because he (6) (think) 2 Last night, we Batman on TV.
that it's too dangerous for them to go on the (watch)
bus. 3 you your homework
2 Underline the correct option.
last night? (do)
4 Jenny me an amazing present
1 These are my grandparents; their / they for my birthday last year! (give)
house is beautiful! 5 I the last Harry Potter book in
2 I don’t see the house number. Can you see three days! (read)
its / it? 6 Last weekend, my brother
3 I don’t like Maria. She / He ’s really mean. a new MP3 player. (buy)
4 This is me / my new bike. Do you like it?
5 I don’t know much about Picasso. What do
you know about his / him?
6 Complete the campsite rules. Use must,
mustn’t or can.
6 Give that back to my sister and me! It’s
our / we money!

3 Tick (✓) the correct sentence in each pair.


RULES
1 Campers must pay at the shop before
1 a I usually go to Tenerife on holiday. ✓ putting their tents up.
b I go to usually Tenerife on holiday. 2 Campers make any noise
2 a This summer, I goed to Germany. after 11.00 p.m.
b This summer, I went to Germany. 3 Campers use the showers
3 a Look! These are my photos. between 6.00 a.m. and 9.30 a.m.
b Look! That are my photos. 4 Cars be parked in the car
4 a It wasn’t very sunny or hot. park, not on the campsite.
b It wasn’t very sunny but hot. 5 Campers leave rubbish
5 a The hotel had three hundred bedrooms outside their tents.
and four swimming pools. 6 Campers use the electricity
b The hotel got three hundred bedrooms points in the campsite if they want to.
and four swimming pools.
6 a I like meet new people.
b I like meeting new people.

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Diagnostic test
Listening __ / 10 Writing __ / 20

1 Listen to Jane and Mark. True or false? 1 Tick (✓) the correct sentence, a or b.

1 Jane's got a new café. 1 a I usually take the bus to school but this
True morning I walked. ✓
2 It’s called The Bank. b I usually take the bus to school and this
morning I walked.
3 It opened last weekend. 2 a Steven’s nice and friendly.
b Steven’s nice but friendly.
4 Mark says he’s going to tell his family 3 a Look at this picture! It’s me when i was
about Jane’s café. young.
b Look at this picture! It’s me when I was
5 Mark’s brother is vegetarian. young.
4 a We did badly on the test because we
6 Jane doesn’t make vegetarian food. didn’t study.
b We did badly on the test so we didn’t
study.
2 Listen again. Underline the correct option.
5 a I was born on 3rd january, 1993.
1 Jane is tired because she was working / b I was born on 3rd January, 1993.
having dinner late. 6 a I can’t go out this Saturday because I
2 The café is on the corner next to the haven’t got any money.
cinema / bank. b I can’t go out this Saturday so I haven’t
3 Jane makes pasta and pizza / meat and got any money.
potatoes.
2 Write a text about something amazing
4 Jane makes her special sauce with spinach
from your holidays for your blog. Answer
/ spaghetti.
the questions.
5 Mark is going to come to the café on 24th
May / March. • What do you usually do for your holidays?
6 Mark booked a table for six / eight people. • What did you do this summer?
• What was the weather like?
• What was amazing about your holiday?

Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100

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Test 1 Reinforcement

Reading __ / 10 Vocabulary __ / 20

‘Kyle and me’


by Jane Wheeler
1 Underline the best personality adjective to
complete the definitions.
I’m Jane and this is my best friend, Kyle. Kyle
can’t walk. He uses a wheelchair but he’s hardly 1 A person who likes giving things to their
ever grumpy. He’s kind and confident and he’s friends and family is generous / active.
always smiling. After school, we like playing 2 A person who doesn’t like talking to new
computer games and reading comics. We’re people is shy / selfish.
writing a comic together at the moment; Kyle 3 A person who doesn’t like working or
writes the story and I draw the pictures. His doing their homework is talkative / lazy.
favourite comics are the old DC comics about 4 A person who doesn’t share with their
Batman and Spider-Man. Sometimes, we play friends is hardworking / selfish.
games in my garden. We pretend his wheelchair 5 A person who chats a lot is kind / talkative.
is Batman’s car – the Batmobile! Kyle is very 6 A person who is always busy and likes
creative; he loves painting and twice a week doing sport is active / grumpy.
he plays the guitar in a band too. We also like 2 Order the letters and complete the
sport; I like doing karate, but Kyle prefers playing sentences about hobbies.
basketball.
1 Marissa likes surfing the Internet. (finsurg)
1 Read the text. Circle the correct option. 2 Jo likes . Her favourite thing to
make is lemon meringue pie. (okgonci)
1 Kyle / Jane is in a wheelchair. 3 Brenda doesn’t like people;
2 Kyle / Jane draws the pictures for their she’s quite shy. (geemitn)
comic. 4 Suzie and Fred always go in the
3 Kyle / Jane likes old DC comics. summer. (gipnmca)
4 Kyle / Jane doesn’t play the guitar. 5 I love at the disco. (dgncian)
5 Kyle / Jane is very creative. 6 My brother likes comics.
6 Kyle / Jane is hardly ever grumpy. (dreangi)
2 Read again. Answer the questions.

1 Can Kyle walk? Grammar __ / 30


No, he can’t.
2 What do Kyle and Jane like doing after 1 Circle the correct option.
school?
1 My mum likes / like eating doughnuts in
bed.
3 What are Kyle and Jane writing together?
2 My friends and I watches / watch cartoons
on TV every day.
4 How often does Kyle play in a band?
3 My brother never get up / gets up early on
Saturday.
5 What instrument does Kyle play?
4 My dad doesn’t eats / doesn’t eat yoghurt
because he doesn’t like / doesn’t likes it.
6 What sport does Jane like doing?
5 My cousins has got / have got an MP3
player.
6 Laura and I study / studies English and
Chinese.

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Test 1 Reinforcement

2 Complete the text using the correct form 3 He watches Formula One at the weekend /
of the verbs in brackets. three times a week.
4 He surfs the Internet once a week / three
Kyle (1) is (be) Jane’s best friend. times a week.
Jane and Kyle love swimming, but Kyle 5 He plays football at the weekend / twice a
(2) (not swim) in the sea week.
very often. He (3) (not like) 6 He never / hardly ever eats meat.
going to the beach, because his wheelchair
(4) (not work) on the sand. 5 Complete the questions with do or does.
Every Sunday, Kyle (5) (go) 1 Do you like Coldplay? – Yes, I do.
swimming in the swimming pool. He 2 she wear dresses? – No, she
(6) (meet) Jane at 11 o’clock usually wears jeans.
and they swim for an hour. 3 How often you go to the
3 Rewrite the sentences with the adverb in cinema? – Once a month.
the correct position. 4 What your brother like doing at
school? – Chemistry and Maths.
1 I walk the dog. (never) 5 When we celebrate New Year?
I never walk the dog. – 31st December.
2 Grandad eats bananas for breakfast. 6 Why your sister look grumpy
(always) today? – She’s worried about her exam
tomorrow.
3 We watch football on Sunday. (usually)
6 Write true sentences about Hugh’s likes
4 My mum eats fish. (hardly ever) and dislikes. Use the information in the
chart below.
5 I listen to music at lunchtime. (often) love like not mind not like hate
1 camp ✓
6 Bob plays tennis after school. (sometimes)
2 read ✓
3 play board

4 Look at the table. Underline the correct games
option. 4 cook ✓
5 paint ✓
Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun 6 sing ✓
do yoga ✓
ride his
scooter ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ 1 Hugh loves camping.
2 He .
watch
Formula One ✓ ✓ 3 He .
4 He .
surf the
Internet ✓ ✓ ✓ 5 He .
play fooball ✓ ✓ 6 He .
eat meat

1 Mark does yoga once a week / twice a


week.
2 He rides his scooter at the weekend / every
day.

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Test 1 Reinforcement

Listening __ / 10 5 She’s very talkative but she’s very kind.


(also)
1 Listen to the dialogue. Circle the correct
information in the table.
6 Playing the violin is difficult, but it’s fun.
country city likes doesn't (too)
like
Greg Bulgaria / Budapest / camping / painting
Hungary Birmingham cooking
Birta eating in 2 Complete the text about Sam and his
going on
Denmark
Copenhagen
restaurants
holiday / friends.
/ Holland / going to
cooking
concerts
also | play | free | active | shy | kind

2 Listen again. Circle the correct option.


Hi! My name’s Sam and I’m from Oxford, in
1 Where are Greg and Birta? the UK. I think I’m (1) kind , confident and
a In a museum b At a language school very talkative! In my (2) time I love
2 What do they both want to do? doing karate and playing the guitar – I really
a Travel to England b Improve their English want to be a musician when I’m older. These
3 What is Birta’s job? are my two best friends, Jake and Simon. We
a She’s a teacher. b She’s an artist. often meet and (3) video games
4 Why doesn’t Greg like painting? together. Simon is quite (4) and
a He’s not good at it. b He thinks it’s boring. doesn’t talk very much. He really likes reading.
5 What do both Greg and Birta like doing? Jake (5) likes reading but his
a Going on holiday b Eating in restaurants favourite thing is surfing the Internet –
6 Where does Greg work? he’s always chatting online! But he’s not lazy.
a In a restaurant b In a hospital We usually play football together on Saturday
afternoons because he’s very (6)
and he gets bored very quickly!
Writing __ / 20

1 Rewrite the sentences with the words in Speaking __ / 10


brackets.
TOTAL __ / 100
1 My mum is good at board games and she’s
good at computer games. (too)
My mum is good at board games and she’s
good at computer games too.
2 Kyle writes comic books and he plays the
guitar. (also)

3 I eat cake but I eat a lot of vegetables.


(also)

4 We do karate on Thursdays and on


Saturdays. (too)

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Test 1 Consolidation

Reading __ / 10 Vocabulary __ / 20

‘Kyle and me’


by Jane Wheeler
1 Complete the definitions with the words
in the box.
I’m Jane and this is my best friend, Kyle. Kyle’s
really cool. He lives next door to me, so we usually lazy | selfish | talkative | generous
go to school together. He isn’t like most of the active | shy
people at my school because he can’t walk. Kyle
uses a wheelchair but he's hardly ever grumpy. 1 A person who likes giving things to their
He’s kind and confident and he's always smiling. friends and family is generous .
After school, we like playing computer games 2 A person who doesn’t like talking to new
and reading comics. We’re writing a comic people is .
together at the moment; Kyle writes the story and 3 A person who doesn’t like working
I draw the pictures. His favourite comics are the or doing their homework is
old DC comics about Batman and Spider-Man. .
Sometimes, we play games in my garden. We 4 A person who doesn’t share with their
pretend Kyle’s wheelchair is Batman’s car – the friends is .
Batmobile! Kyle is very creative; he loves painting 5 A person who chats a lot is
and twice a week he plays the guitar in a band .
too. We also like sport; I like doing karate, but Kyle 6 A person who is always busy and likes
prefers playing basketball. My favourite thing doing sport is .
about Kyle is that he's different from other people.
2 Order the letters and complete the
1 Read the text. True or false?
sentences about hobbies.

1 Marissa likes surfing the Internet.


1 Jane is in a wheelchair. False
(finsurg)
2 Kyle and Jane are neighbours, but they're
2 Jo likes . Her favourite thing to
not friends.
make is lemon meringue pie. (okgonci)
3 They're writing a comic together.
3 Brenda doesn’t like people;
she’s quite shy. (gimeent)
4 They both play in a band.
4 Suzie and Fred always go in the
5 Kyle is never grumpy.
summer. (gipnmca)
6 Jane likes doing martial arts.
5 I love at the disco. (dgncian)
2 Read again. Answer the questions. 6 My brother likes comics.
(dreangi)
1 Is Kyle the same as most people at Jane’s
school?
No, he isn’t. He can’t walk. Grammar __ / 30
2 How often does Kyle play with his band?
1 Complete the sentences with the correct
3 Does Jane play basketball? form of the verbs in brackets.

4 Is Jane creative too? 1 My mum likes eating doughnuts in bed.


(like)
5 When do Jane and Kyle play computer 2 My friends and I cartoons on TV
games? every day. (watch)
3 My brother never early on
6 What sport does Kyle like doing? Saturday. (get up)

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Test 1 Consolidation

4 My dad yoghurt because he 1 How often does Mark do yoga?


it. (not eat / not Mark does yoga once a week.
like) 2 How often does Mark play football? 1
5 My cousins an MP3
player. (have got) 3 How often does Mark watch Formula One?
6 Laura and I English and
Chinese. (study) 4 How often does Mark eat meat?

2 Complete the text with the words in the


5 How often does Mark ride his scooter?
box.

doesn’t swim | goes | is | doesn’t like 6 How often does Mark surf the Internet?
meets | doesn’t work
5 Match the parts of the sentences.
Kyle (1) is Jane’s best friend. Jane and Kyle love
swimming, but Kyle (2) in 1 Do you like a
the sea very often. He (3) 2 Does she wear
going to the beach because his wheelchair 3 How often do
(4) on the sand. Every 4 When do
Sunday, Kyle (5) swimming 5 Why does
in the swimming pool. He (6) 6 What does
Jane at 11 o’clock and they swim for an hour.
a Coldplay? – Yes, I do.
3 Order the words to make sentences. b dresses? – No, she usually wears jeans.
1 walk / never / I / dog / the c you go to the cinema? – Once a month.
I never walk the dog. d your brother like doing at school?
2 is / grumpy / Grandad / always – Chemistry and Maths.
e we celebrate New Year? – 31st December.
3 football / we / on / watch / usually / Sunday f your sister look grumpy today? – She’s
worried about her exam tomorrow.
4 fish / my / eats / ever / hardly / mum 6 Write true sentences about Hugh’s likes
and dislikes. Use the information in the
5 lunchtime / often / I / listen / music / to / at chart below. 1
6 Bob / after / plays / tennis / sometimes /
love like not mind not like hate
school
1 camp ✓
2 read ✓
4 Look at the table. Answer the questions. 3 play board

games
Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun 4 cook ✓
do yoga ✓ 5 paint ✓
ride his ✓
scooter ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ 6 sing

watch
Formula One ✓ ✓ 1 Hugh loves camping.
surf the 2 He .
Internet ✓ ✓ ✓ 3 He .
play fooball ✓ ✓ 4 He .
eat meat 5 He .
6 He .
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Test 1 Consolidation

Listening __ / 10 5 She’s very talkative but she’s very kind,


too. (also)
1 Listen to the dialogue. Circle the correct
information in the table. 6 Playing the violin is difficult, but it’s also
fun. (too)
country city likes doesn't
like
Greg Bulgaria / Budapest / camping / painting 2 Answer the questions about you and your
Hungary Birmingham cooking friends.
Birta eating in
going on 1 What kind of person are you? Describe
Denmark restaurants
Copenhagen holiday / your personality using three adjectives or
/ Holland / going to
cooking
concerts more.

2 Listen again. True or false? Correct the


false sentences. 2 What are your friends like? Describe your
best friend.
1 Greg and Birta are in a museum.
False – they're at a language school.
2 They want to travel to England. 3 Now describe another friend.

3 Birta is an actress.
4 What do you like doing in your free time?
4 Greg can’t paint.

5 They both like working in restaurants. 5 What do you like doing with your friends?

6 Greg works in a hospital.


6 What do you not like doing?

Writing __ / 20

1 Rewrite the sentences using the words in Speaking __ / 10


brackets.
TOTAL __ / 100
1 My mum is good at board games and she’s
also good at computer games. (too)
My mum is good at board games and she’s
good at computer games too.
2 Kyle writes comic books and he plays the
guitar, too. (also)

3 I eat cake but I eat a lot of vegetables, too.


(also)

4 We do karate on Thursdays and also on


Saturdays. (too)

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Test 1 Extension

Reading __ / 10 2 Is Kyle generally a positive or negative


person?
‘Kyle and me’
by Jane Wheeler 3 What do Kyle and Jane do when classes
finish?
My best friend is called Kyle. Kyle’s really cool.
He lives next door to me, so we usually go to 4 Which of Kyle’s things do he and Jane use
school together. He isn’t like most of the people to play games with?
at my school because he can’t walk. He uses a
wheelchair, but he’s hardly ever grumpy. He’s 5 What does Kyle practise every day? Why?
kind and confident and he’s always smiling. After
school, we like playing computer games and 6 What does Jane really like about Kyle?
reading comics. We’re writing a comic together;
Kyle writes the story and I draw the pictures. His
favourite comics are the old DC comics about
Batman and Spider-Man. Sometimes we play Vocabulary __ / 20
games in my garden and pretend his wheelchair
is Batman’s car – the Batmobile! Kyle is very 1 Complete the definitions with the correct
creative; he loves painting and twice a week personality adjectives.
he plays the guitar in a band, too. We also like
1 A person who likes giving things to their
sport; I like doing karate, but Kyle prefers playing
friends and family is g e n e r o u s.
basketball. He’s training for a national basketball
2 A person who doesn’t like talking to new
competition and he practises shooting every day.
people is s y.
He’s really good. Kyle dreams that one day he will
3 A person who doesn’t like working or
be a famous basketball player.
doing their homework is l y.
That’s my favourite thing about Kyle: he believes
4 A person who doesn’t share with their
he can do anything…
friends is s h.
1 Read the text. True or false? Correct the
5 A person who chats a lot is t e.
6 A person who is always busy and likes
false sentences.
doing sport is a e.
1 Jane is in a wheelchair.
False – Kyle is in a wheelchair.
2 Complete the sentences about hobbies
with the words in the box.
2 Kyle and Jane are neighbours, but they're
not friends. dancing | meeting | surfing | reading
cooking | camping
3 They're writing a comic together.
1 Marissa likes surfing the Internet.
4 Kyle and Jane play in a band. 2 Jo likes . Her
favourite thing to make is lemon meringue
5 Kyle is never grumpy. pie.
3 Brenda doesn’t like
6 Jane likes doing martial arts. people; she’s quite shy.
4 Suzie and Fred always go
2 Read again. Answer the questions. in the summer.
5 I love at the disco.
1 Why is Kyle different from most people at 6 My brother likes
Jane’s school? comics.
He can’t walk.

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Test 1 Extension

Grammar __ / 30 4 Look at the table. Answer the questions.

1 Complete the sentences with the correct


Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun
form of the words in the box. There’s one
do yoga ✓
ride his
word you don’t need to use.
scooter ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

watch | like | not eat | study | eat watch


Formula One ✓ ✓
not like | get up | have got
surf the
Internet ✓ ✓ ✓
1 My mum likes eating doughnuts in bed.
play fooball ✓ ✓
2 My friends and I
eat meat
cartoons on TV every day.
3 My brother never early
1 How often does Mark do yoga?
on Saturday.
Mark does yoga once a week.
4 My dad yoghurt because
2 How often does Mark play football?
he it.
5 My cousins an MP3 player.
3 How often does Mark watch Formula One?
6 Laura and I English and
Chinese.
4 How often does Mark eat meat?
2 Complete the text using the correct form
of the words in the box. 5 How often does Mark ride his scooter?

not swim | go | be | not like 6 How often does Mark surf the Internet?
meet | not work

Kyle (1) is Jane’s best friend. Jane and Kyle love 5 Tick (✓) or correct the sentences.
swimming, but Kyle (2) in the 1 Does you like Coldplay? – Yes, I do.
sea very often. Kyle (3) going Do you like Coldplay? Yes, I do.
to the beach because his wheelchair 2 Does she wears dresses? – No, she usually
(4) on the sand. Every wears jeans.
Sunday, Kyle (5) swimming in
the swimming pool. He (6) 3 How often do you goes to the cinema?
Jane at 11 o’clock and they swim for an hour. Once a month.
3 Order the words to make sentences.
4 When do we celebrate New Year?
1 walk / never / I / dog / the – 31st December.
I never walk the dog.
2 is / grumpy / Grandad / always 5 Why do your sister look grumpy today?
– She’s worried about her exam tomorrow.
3 football / we / on / watch / usually / Sunday
6 What does you brother like do at school?
4 fish / my / eats / ever / hardly / mum – Chemistry and Maths.

5 lunchtime / often / I / listen / music / to / at

6 Bob / after / plays / tennis / sometimes /


school

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Test 1 Extension

6 Write true sentences about Hugh’s likes Writing __ / 20


and dislikes. Use the information in the
chart below. 1 Rewrite the sentences, replacing the word
in bold with a different word.

camp ✓ 1 My mum is good at board games and she’s


read ✓ also good at computer games.
play board My mum is good at board games, and she’s
games ✓ good at computer games too.
cook ✓ 2 Kyle writes comic books and he plays the
paint ✓ guitar too.
sing ✓
3 I eat cake but I eat a lot of vegetables too.
1 Hugh loves camping.
2 He . 4 We do karate on Thursdays and also on
3 He . Saturdays.
4 He .
5 He . 5 She’s very talkative but she’s very kind too.
6 He .
6 Playing the violin is difficult, but it’s also fun.

Listening __ / 10
2 Write a description of your best friend.
Include the following information:
1 Listen to the dialogue. True or false?
• describe his/her personality.
1 Greg is from Hungary. True
• describe his/her hobbies and free time
2 Birta is from Holland.
activities.
3 Greg was born in Budapest.
• describe the things you do together.
4 Greg likes camping.
5 Birta likes painting.
6 Birta doesn’t like cooking. Speaking __ / 10
2 Listen again. Answer the questions. TOTAL __ / 100
1 Where are Greg and Birta?
They're at a language school.
2 What do they both want to do?

3 What is Birta’s job?

4 Why doesn’t Greg like painting?

5 What do both Greg and Birta like doing?

6 Where does Greg work?

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Test 2 Reinforcement

Reading __ / 10 Vocabulary __ / 20

Bob
My favourite photo is of me and my best friends,
1 Complete the sentences with the words in
the box.
Robin and Dean. It’s 2004, we’re 19 and we’re
on holiday in the US. We’re standing in a music
music shop | pet shop | chemist’s
shop. We’re looking for a CD for our trip and we
jeweller’s | newsagent’s | florist’s
can’t decide: reggae or hip-hop?
Sarah
This is my village and some of the shops on 1 You can buy magazines and comics
Main Street: the florist’s, the bookshop and the in a newsagent’s .
newsagent’s. Look! There’s my brother – he’s 2 You can buy watches, earrings and
buying bread at the baker’s. He usually buys fresh necklaces in a .
bread and the newspaper at the weekend. 3 You can buy flowers and plants in a
Toni .
I took this picture with my new mobile phone. 4 You can buy a toy for your dog
My mum’s making a funny face! She’s saying: in a .
‘Can you hurry up?’ She hates this picture but 5 You can buy paracetamol and plasters in a
I love it. .
6 You can buy a guitar in a .
1 Read the text. Underline the correct
option. 2 Underline the correct option.

1 Bob / Sarah talks about one shop. 1 My dad loves playing country / classical
2 Bob / Toni is on holiday. music songs on his guitar.
3 Toni / Sarah talks about different shops. 2 I play the piano. I usually play dance /
4 Sarah / Bob is with friends. classical music. I like Beethoven but I
5 Sarah / Toni’s photo shows someone’s face. prefer Mozart.
6 Sarah and Toni / Bob and Toni talk about 3 My uncle went to lots of classical / rock
someone in their family. concerts in the 1990s. He loves Kings of
Leon and U2.
2 Read again. True or false? 4 My friend comes from Jamaica. He likes
listening to rock / reggae and he loves Bob
1 Bob’s from the USA.
Marley!
False
5 My mum loves dancing to country / Latin
2 Bob’s friends want to buy fresh bread.
music. The salsa and the tango are her
favourite dances.
3 Sarah’s brother usually buys the
6 My brother plays the saxophone in a jazz /
newspaper at the weekend.
reggae band.
4 Toni’s mum doesn’t like the picture.

5 There’s a pet shop on Main Street in


Sarah’s village.

6 Bob and his friends are 19 years old today.

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Test 2 Reinforcement

Grammar __ / 30 5 Complete the sentences with the words in


the box.
1 Circle the correct option.
weekend | this week | moment
1 Jane and Toby are choosing / is choosing a usually | once | now
necklace.
2 Kate is feed / is feeding the fish.
1 Are your parents watching TV at the
3 Henry is buying / are buying chocolate.
moment ?
4 Lucas and Layla are danceing / are dancing
2 I listen to the radio in the
in a competition.
morning.
5 I ’m trying on / ’m trieng on shoes.
3 I’ve got two English exams .
6 Gina is writing / are writing a letter.
One on Monday and one on Friday.
2 Underline the correct option. 4 What shops do you go to at the
?
1 Is / Are Layla buying / buy chocolate? 5 What are you reading right ?
2 Is / Are Jane, Toby and Lucas trying / try 6 I go to the theatre a week.
on shoes?
3 Is / Are you dancing / dance in a 6 Circle the correct option.
competition?
Mum Where’s Jodie? Can you see (1) her / them?
4 Is / Are Henry feeding / feed the fish?
Jess Yes, she’s at the florist’s buying flowers
5 Is / Are Jane choosing / choose a
for Grandma.
necklace?
Mum Where is the florist’s? I can’t see (2) her
6 Who is / are writing / write a letter?
/ it.
3 Look at the sentences. Write present Jess Over there, next to the chemist’s. Can
actions (P) or future plans (F). you see the man in white trousers?
Mum Oh yes, I see. Jodie’s talking to (3) him /
1 I’m flying to Japan next Friday. F her.
2 He’s chatting online now. Jess Look, she’s coming over.
3 She’s going to the chemist’s after school Jodie I’ve got the flowers, where shall I put
today. (4) it / them?
4 They’re running a marathon in March. Mum Give them to (5) me / her, I’ll put them
5 We’re buying a new fish at the pet shop. in my bag.
6 I’m meeting Dave at 5 o’clock. Jodie No, Mum, I’m not giving them to (6) me
4 Complete the text with the verbs in the box. / you, you might drop them!

are spending | are meeting | is visiting


are playing | like | want

Mike (1) is visiting his cousin Ahmed today.


They (2) the day in London.
They (3) to go to Covent
Garden because their favourite band
(4) in a festival. The band is
called Latinfunk and their music is a mixture
of Latin and jazz. Both Ahmed and Mike
(5) Latin and jazz music. Later,
Ahmed and Mike (6) some
friends in a restaurant.
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Test 2 Reinforcement

Listening __ / 10 Writing __ / 20

1 Listen to the dialogue. Underline the 1 Circle the correct option.


correct option.
1 I go to salsa classes because / or I like
1 What is the celebrity’s name? dancing.
Ziggi / Zaggy 2 My sister loves classical music but / or
2 What is the celebrity’s assistant called? I prefer rock.
Kitty / Karen 3 I don’t like jazz but / or I like some Latin
3 Which shop does the assistant go to first? music.
The florist’s / The baker’s 4 I dance salsa and / but flamenco.
4 Which shop does the assistant go to next? 5 I’m not going to the concert at the
The florist’s / The chemist’s weekend or / because I haven’t got any
5 What does the assistant buy at the money.
chemist’s? 6 My MP3 player is very old or / and it’s not
Cough medicine / Six stamps working well.
6 Which things doesn’t the assistant buy for
the celebrity?
2 Complete the advertisement. Use the
information in the poster and the words
Red / Yellow roses
in the box.
2 Listen again. Complete the sentences with
can or could.
LATIN DANCE CLUB
1 Can you get me a ham and cheese
sandwich? Day: Fridays Times: 4 p.m. / 6 p.m.
2 you get me some flowers? This week: Salsa
3 I have ten red roses, please? Next week: Modern
4 Hello, I have some cough syrup,
please?
5 you get me some sweets? and | or | because
6 And you get me some stamps?
We are the (1) Latin dance club
(2) we love dancing! Why?
(3) it’s great fun and good
exercise!
We meet on (4) . You can come
at 4 p.m. (5) 6 p.m. You choose!
We’re learning (6) this week,
but next week we’re doing Modern.

Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100

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Test 2 Consolidation

Reading __ / 10 Vocabulary __ / 20

Bob
I’ve got a lot of photos on my phone. My favourite
1 Complete the sentences with the words in 1
the box. There’s one word you don’t need
photo is of me and my best friends, Robin and
to use.
Dean. It’s 2004, we’re 19 and we’re on holiday
in the USA. We’re standing in a big music shop.
music shop | pet shop | sweet shop
We’re looking for a CD to remember our trip and
chemist’s | jeweller’s
we can’t decide: reggae or hip-hop?
newsagent’s | florist’s
Sarah
This photo is the view from my bedroom window
of my village and the shops on Main Street: the 1 You can buy magazines and comics in the
florist’s, the bookshop and the newsagent’s. newsagent’s .
People are walking and talking. And look! There’s 2 You can buy watches, earrings and
my brother – he’s buying bread at the baker’s. necklaces in the .
He usually buys fresh bread and the newspaper at 3 You can buy flowers and plants in the
the weekend. .
Toni 4 You can buy a toy for your dog in the
I took this picture with my new mobile phone. My .
mum’s making a funny face! She’s cross with me 5 You can buy paracetamol and plasters in
and she’s saying: ‘Can you hurry up?’ She hates the .
this picture but I love it. 6 You can buy a guitar in the .

1 Read the text. Who talks about… 2 Complete the crossword.


1 2
1 one shop? Bob C O U N T R Y
2 a holiday?
3
3 different kinds of shops? R
4 friends?
5 someone’s face?
6 family? and 4
L
2 Read again. True or false? Correct the false
5
sentences. J
1 Bob is from the USA.
False – he’s on holiday in the USA.
2 Bob’s friends want to buy fresh bread. Across
1 My dad loves playing country music
3 Sarah’s brother usually buys the songs on his guitar.
newspaper at the weekend. 3 My friend likes listening to – he
loves Bob Marley!
4 Toni’s mum doesn’t like the picture. 4 My mum loves dancing to
music, especially the salsa and the tango.
5 There’s a pet shop on Main Street in 5 My brother plays in a band.
Sarah’s village. Down
1 I usually play music. I like
6 Bob and his friends are 19 years old today. Beethoven but I prefer Mozart.
2 My uncle went loves listening to
music like Kings of Leon and U2.

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Test 2 Consolidation

Grammar __ / 30 4 Complete the text with the verbs in


brackets. Use the present continuous or
1 Look at the table. What are they doing? present simple.
Write present continuous sentences.
Mike (1) is visiting (visit) his cousin Ahmed
today. They (2) (spend) the day in

Henry
Lucas
Layla
Toby
Jane

Gina
Kate
London. They (3) (want) to go to

Me
Covent Garden because their favourite band
choose a necklace ✓ ✓ (4) (play) in a festival. The band is
try on shoes ✓ called Latinfunk and their music is a mixture
dance in a competition ✓ ✓ of Latin and jazz. Both Ahmed and Mike
buy chocolate ✓ (5) (like) Latin and jazz music. Later,
write a letter ✓ Ahmed and Mike (6) (meet) some
feed the fish ✓ friends in a restaurant.

5 Underline the correct option.


1 Jane and Toby are choosing a necklace .
2 Kate . 1 I usually / now listen to the radio in the
3 Henry . morning.
4 Lucas and Layla . 2 I’ve got two English exams twice a week /
5 I . this week.
6 Gina . 3 What shops do you go to at the weekend /
this weekend?
2 Now complete the questions. 4 Are your parents watching TV every day /
1 Is Layla buying chocolate? at the moment?
2 Toby and Lucas on shoes? 5 What are you reading on Tuesdays /
3 you in a competition? right now?
4 Henry the fish? 6 I go to the theatre once a week / this week.
5 Jane a necklace? 6 Complete the dialogue with the pronouns
6 Who a letter? in the box.
3 Look at the sentences. Write present
actions (P) or future plans (F). you | him | her | them | it | me

1 I’m flying to Japan on Friday. F Mum Where’s Jodie? Can you see (1) her ?
2 He’s chatting online. Jess Yes, she’s at the florist’s buying flowers
3 She’s going to the chemist’s after school. for Grandma.
4 They’re running a marathon in March. Mum Where is the florist’s? I can’t see
5 We’re buying a new fish at the pet shop. (2) .
6 I’m meeting Dave at 5 o’clock. Jess Over there, next to the chemist’s. Can
you see the man in white trousers?
Mum Oh yes, I see. Jodie’s talking to
(3) .
Jess Look, she’s coming over.
Jodie I’ve got the flowers, where shall I put
(4) ?
Mum Give them to (5) , I’ll put
them in my bag.
Jodie No, Mum, I’m not giving them to
(6) , you might drop them!
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Test 2 Consolidation

Listening __ / 10 Writing __ / 20

1 Listen to the dialogue between a pop 1 Complete the sentences with and, or, but
music diva and her assistant. Answer the or because.
questions.
1 I go to salsa classes because I like
1 What is the celebrity’s name? dancing.
Ziggi 2 My sister loves classical music I
2 What is the celebrity’s assistant called? prefer rock.
3 I don’t like jazz I like some Latin
3 Which shop does the assistant go to first? music.
4 I dance salsa flamenco.
4 Which shop does the assistant go to next? 5 I’m not going to the concert at the
weekend I haven’t got any
5 What does the assistant buy at the money.
chemist’s? 6 My MP3 player is very old it’s
not working well.
6 Which things doesn’t the assistant buy for
the celebrity?
2 You are a member of a club. Write
an article advertising the club to new
members. Follow the plan.
2 Listen again. Complete the sentences with
Paragraph 1: What is the club? When do you
can or could.
meet? What do you do? What don’t you do?
1 Can you get me a ham and cheese Why not?
sandwich? Paragraph 2: What are you doing at the club
2 you get me some flowers? at the moment? Why?
3 I have ten red roses, please? Paragraph 3: What future plans does the club
4 Hello, I have some cough have?
medicine, please?
5 you get me some sweets?
6 And you get me some stamps?
Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100

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Test 2 Extension

Reading __ / 10 4 Can Sarah see a petshop from her window?

Bob 5 What new thing has Toni got?


I’ve got a lot of photos on my phone but my
favourite is of me and my best friends, Robin and 6 Where did Simon go on holiday?
Dean. It’s 2004, we’re 19 and we’re on holiday in
the US. We’re standing in a big music shop.
We’re looking for a CD to remember our trip and
we can’t decide: reggae or hip-hop? Vocabulary __ / 20
Sarah
This photo is the view from my bedroom 1 Write the names of the shops.
window of my village and some of the shops on
1 You can buy magazines and comics here.
Main Street: the florist’s, the bookshop and the
newsagent’s
newsagent’s. It’s really busy on saturday. And
2 You can buy watches, earrings and
look! There’s my brother – he’s buying bread at
necklaces here.
the baker’s. He usually buys fresh bread and the
newspaper at the weekend.
3 You can buy flowers and plants here.
Toni
I took this picture with my new mobile phone.
4 You can buy a toy for your dog here.
My mum’s making a funny face! She’s cross with
me and she’s saying: ‘Can you hurry up?’ She
5 You can buy paracetamol and plasters
hates this picture but I love it.
here.
Simon
This picture is a postcard. I bought it on holiday
6 You can buy a guitar here.
in Greece because in the picture you can see our
hotel. It’s next to the beach, a pet shop and a shoe
shop. In the picture, there’s a man in front of our 2 Complete the sentences.
hotel. He’s walking his dog.
1 My dad loves playing country music
1 Read the text. Who talks about… songs on his guitar.
2 My friend comes from Jamaica. He likes
1 one shop? Bob listening to r music
2 a holiday? and and he loves Bob Marley.
3 different kinds of shops? 3 My mum loves dancing to L
4 friends? music. The salsa and the tango are her
5 someone’s face? favourtie dances.
6 family? and 4 My brother plays the saxophone in a
2 Read again. Answer the questions.
j band.
5 I play the piano. I usually play
1 Who is in Bob’s photo? c music. I like Beethoven but I
His friends prefer Mozart.
2 Is Toni’s mum happy in the photo? 6 My uncle went to lots of r
concerts in the 1990s. He loves listening to
3 Why are Bob and his friends looking for a CD? Kings of Leon and U2.

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Test 2 Extension

Grammar __ / 30 4 Complete the text with the correct form


of the verbs in brackets.
1 Look at the table. Write present
Mike (1) is visiting (visit) his cousin Ahmed
continuous sentences.
today. They (2) (spend) the day in
London. They (3) (want) to go to

Henry
Lucas
Layla
Toby
Jane

Gina
Kate
Covent Garden because their favourite band

Me
(4) (play) in a festival. The band is
choose a necklace ✓ ✓ called Latinfunk and their music is a mixture
try on shoes ✓ of Latin and jazz. Both Ahmed and Mike
dance in a competition ✓ ✓ (5) (like) Latin and jazz music. Later,
buy chocolate ✓ Ahmed and Mike (6) (meet) some
write a letter ✓ friends in a restaurant.
feed the fish ✓ 5 Underline the correct option.

1 Jane and Toby are choosing a necklace . 1 I usually / now / at the moment listen to
2 Kate . the radio in the morning.
3 Henry . 2 I’ve got two English exams twice a week /
4 Lucas and Layla . right now / this week. One on Monday and
5 I . one on Friday.
6 Gina . 3 What shops do you go to usually /
at the weekend / this weekend?
2 Now complete the questions. Write the 4 Are your parents watching TV every day /
short answers. usually / at the moment?
1 Is Layla buying chocolate? No, she isn’t. 5 What are you reading on Tuesdays /
2 Jane, Toby and Lucas on twice a week / right now?
shoes? 6 I go to the theatre once a week / this week
3 you in a competition? / at the moment.

6 Complete the dialogue with one pronoun


4 Jane the fish? in each gap.
5 Henry chocolate?
Mum Where’s Jodie? Can you see (1) her ?
6 Gina a letter? Jess Yes, she’s at the florist’s buying flowers
for Grandma.
3 Make sentences using the present Mum Where is the florist’s? I can’t see
continuous. Then tick (✓) the ones that (2) .
refer to future plans. Jess Over there, next to the chemist’s. Can
1 I / fly / to Japan / Friday you see the man in white trousers?
I’m flying to Japan on Friday. ✓ Mum Oh yes, I see. Jodie’s talking to
2 He / chat / online (3) .
Jess Look, Jodie’s waving at us. She’s
3 She / go / the chemist’s / after school coming over.
Jodie I’ve got the flowers, where shall I put
4 They / run / a marathon / March (4) ?
Mum Give them to (5) , I’ll put
5 We / buy / a new fish / the pet shop them in my bag.
Jodie No, Mum, I’m not giving them to
6 I / meet / Dave / 5 o’clock (6) , you might drop them!

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Test 2 Extension

Listening __ / 10 Writing __ / 20

1 Listen to the dialogue between a pop 1 Complete the sentences with and, or, but
music diva and her assistant. Write the or because.
correct answers.
1 I go to salsa classes because I like
1 What is the celebrity’s name? dancing.
Ziggi 2 My sister loves classical music,
2 What is the celebrity’s assistant called? I prefer rock.
3 I don’t like jazz I like some Latin
3 Which shop does the assistant go to first? music.
4 I dance salsa flamenco.
4 What does the assistant go to next? 5 I’m not going to the concert at the
weekend I haven’t got any
5 What does the assistant buy at money.
the chemist’s and how much is it? 6 My MP3 player is very old it’s
not working well.
6 Which things doesn’t the assistant buy for
the celebrity?
2 You are a member of a club (e.g. Drama
club, football team, etc.). Write an article
advertising the club to new members.
2 Listen again. Complete the questions. Answer the questions.

1 Can you get me a ham and cheese • What is the club? When do you meet?
sandwich? What do you do? What don’t you do? Why
2 you get me some flowers? not?
3 I have ten red roses, please? • What are you doing at the club at the
4 Hello, I have some cough syrup, moment? Why?
please? • What future plans does the club have?
5 you get me some sweets?
6 And you get me some stamps?
Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100

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Test 3 Reinforcement

Reading __ / 10 Vocabulary __ / 20

World Journeys: Schools


1 Match the definitions with the words in
Thaskin the box.
My school is in the countryside in Thailand.
My parents are farmers and they work in the rice motorbike | taxi | bicycle | plane
fields. I cycle five kilometres to school on small tram | train
roads. It’s faster than walking! My school is the
smallest one in our area but there are forty-five 1 It’s expensive to travel by this type of car.
students in my class. I love studying English – it’s taxi
my best subject. 2 It’s got two wheels and it can go very fast.
Amanda
I live in London. My mum takes my sister and 3 It can fly. It’s the fastest way to travel from
me to school by car every day. My parents say one country to another.
going by car is safer than riding a bike, because
there's a lot of traffic in the city. My school is near 4 It’s a type of public transport in a city. It’s a
Paddington Station. My dad sometimes comes kind of train but it goes on the streets.
with us in the car and then goes to work by train.
5 It’s got two wheels. It's good exercise for
1 Read the text. True or false? your legs.

1 Thaskin lives in London. 6 It’s very big; lots of people can travel on it.
False It connects cities and it can go very fast.
2 Thaskin’s mum and dad are farmers.

3 Amanda travels to school by car. 2 Underline the correct option.

There are lots of things to see in Madrid. The


4 Amanda sometimes goes to school by
Prado Museum is a famous (1) art gallery
bike.
/ statue. It has got lots of very important
paintings. The Paseo del Prado is a big
5 Amanda’s school is near a train station.
(2) bridge / street outside the Prado. It goes
to Atocha. Atocha is the (3) railway station
6 Thaskin’s school is the biggest in the area.
/ town hall. From Atocha, you can take
high-speed trains to Seville and other cities
2 Read again. Underline the correct option. in Spain. The most beautiful (4) theatre /
square in Madrid is probably the Plaza Mayor.
1 Which is faster for Thaskin? It’s very old. The most famous (5) statue /
Cycling / Walking cathedral in Madrid is of a bear and it’s in
2 Where do Thaskin’s parents work? the centre of the Puerta del Sol. There’s also
In a school / In the fields a (6) river / museum in Madrid called the
3 Who takes Amanda to school? Manzanares, but no one travels by boat.
Her mum / Her dad
4 Why do Amanda’s parents prefer cars?
Because they’re safer / faster
5 Who studies in a big class?
Thaskin / Amanda
6 Who takes a train to work?
Amanda’s mum / Amanda’s dad

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Test 3 Reinforcement

Grammar __ / 30 3 The biggest rainforests are in South


America.
1 Underline the correct option. 4 What is the most expensive car?
5 Is the train more comfortable than the
1 Travelling by car is more fast / faster than tram?
walking. 6 I think China is the most interesting
2 Reading in English is easyer / easier than country to visit.
speaking.
3 Madrid is biger / bigger than Oviedo. 5 Complete the sentences with the
4 Trousers are more uncomfortable / comparative or the superlative forms of
uncomfortabler than skirts. the adjectives in brackets.
5 Basketball is more popular / popularer than 1 George Clooney is older than Matt
golf. Damon. (old)
6 Ronaldo is more rich / richer than me! 2 Silvia is the person in
2 Complete the sentences with the our class. (quiet)
comparative forms of the adjectives 3 Motorbikes are
in brackets. than cars. (dangerous)
4 The Nile is the
1 Skateboarding is more exciting than river in the world. (long)
snowboarding. (exciting) 5 I think Claire is the
2 The cathedral is than person I know. (lazy)
the museum. (tall) 6 This museum is
3 Travelling by taxi is than the Museum of Modern Art. (small)
than taking the bus. (fast)
4 The railway station is 6 Look at the table. Read the sentences.
than the town hall. (modern) True or false?
5 The city is than the London Madrid New York
country. (noisy) Underground Metro Subway
6 Paris is than Calais. Opened: 10th Opened: 17th Opened: 27th
(attractive) January 1863 October 1919 October 1904
3 Circle the correct option.
Length: 402 km Length: 290 km Length: 368 km
Average Speed: Average Speed: Average Speed:
1 My mum is the most slow / slowest / 33 km an hour 30 km an hour 29 km an hour
slowst driver in the world.
2 The Simpsons is the funniest / funnyest / 1 The Metro is the newest.
most funny cartoon on TV. True
3 Mr Matthews is the baddest / most bad / 2 The Metro is shorter than the Subway.
worst teacher in our school.
4 Snooker is the most boring / boringest / 3 The Underground is the slowest.
most boringest game.
5 My uncle Nick is the shortst / most short / 4 The Subway is the oldest.
shortest person in our family.
6 The blue whale is the largest / most largest / 5 The Underground is longer than the
most large mammal in the world. Subway.
4 Write comparative (C) or superlative (S).
6 The Subway is the fastest.
1 The Thames is shorter than the Nile. C
2 Morocco is nearer to the equator than
Spain.
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Test 3 Reinforcement

Listening __ /10 Writing __ / 20

1 Listen to the first dialogue. Underline the 1 Correct one punctuation error in each
correct option. sentence.

1 Jack wants a single / return. 1 I live in brighton in England.


2 Jack is travelling to Edinburgh / Exeter. Brighton
3 He is / isn’t travelling before nine. 2 It’s famous for Brighton Pier the Sealife
4 He is leaving at 9.30 / 10.00 a.m. Centre and for its nightlife.
5 He is returning on Saturday / Sunday
afternoon. 3 Brighton is by the sea. it’s great.
6 His ticket costs £15.40 / £54.00.
4 There is an old festival called the ‘Burning
2 Listen to the second dialogue. Complete
of the Clocks’ in december.
what they say with the words in the box.

expensive | That’s | travelling | Can 5 My friend jane has got a boat and we
single | have sometimes go fishing.

Assistant (1) Can I help you? 6 Do you like Brighton.


Karen Yes, please. Can I (2)
a ticket to Bristol, please? 2 Complete the text about holidays with the
Assistant Would you like a (3) words in the box.
or return?
Karen A single, please. station | house | summer | bridge
Assistant Are you travelling today? cycling | going
Karen Yes.
Assistant Are you (4) today My family and I always go to the mountains
before nine a.m.? on holiday. We’ve got a (1) house in a small
Karen I don’t know. Why? village near Santander.
Assistant It’s more (5) before There’s a Roman (2) and a beautiful
nine. old railway (3) in the village.
Karen OK. I can travel after nine. My dad and I like (4) for walks in
Assistant There is a train at 9.22. the mountains. I like playing in the garden and
Karen Great. (5) to the village to meet my friends.
Assistant (6) £14.50, please. We really like spending the (6) in
the mountains because there are a lot of
things to do.

Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100

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Test 3 Consolidation

Reading __ / 10 3 Who takes Amanda to school?

World Journeys: Schools 4 Why do Amanda’s parents prefer cars?


Thaskin
My school is in the countryside in Thailand. My 5 Who likes studying English?
parents are farmers and they work in the rice
fields. I cycle five kilometres to school on small 6 Who takes a train?
roads. It’s faster than walking! My school is the
smallest one in our area but there are forty-five
students in my class. I love studying English – it’s
Vocabulary __ / 20
my best subject.
Amanda 1 Write the type of transport next to its
I live in London. My mum takes my sister and me definition. There's one word you don't
to school by car every day. My parents say going by need to use.
car is safer than riding a bike, because there's a lot
of traffic in the city. My school is near Paddington motorbike | taxi | bicycle | plane
Station. My dad sometimes comes with us in the ferry | tram | train
car and then goes to work by train.
Nicolas 1 It’s expensive to travel by this type of car.
I live in Nice in France. My school is in a square taxi
near the beach! When the weather is good I 2 It’s got two wheels. It can go very fast.
rollerblade to school. It’s faster than driving and
it’s a lot more fun! 3 It can fly. It's the fastest way to travel from
one country to another.
1 Read the text. True or false? Correct the 4 It’s a kind of train but it goes on the
false sentences. streets.
5 It’s got two wheels. It's good exercise for
1 Nicolas lives in London.
your legs.
False – he lives in Nice, France.
6 It connects cities and it can go very fast.
2 Thaskin’s mum and dad are farmers.

3 Amanda travels to school by car. 2 Reorder the places to complete the text.

There are lots of things to see in Madrid. The


4 Amanda sometimes goes to school by bike.
Prado Museum is a famous (1) art gallery
(tar legalrly). It has got lots of very important
5 There are forty-five people in Amanda’s
paintings. The Paseo del Prado is a big
class.
(2) (treset) outside the Prado.
It goes to Atocha. Atocha is the
6 Nicolas always rollerblades to school.
(3) (rayilaw tonstai). From
Atocha, you can take high-speed trains to
2 Read again. Answer the questions. Seville and other cities in Spain. The most
beautiful (4) (resuqa) in Madrid
1 Which is faster for Thaskin, cycling or
is probably the Plaza Mayor. It’s very old. The
walking?
most famous (5) (tatuse) in
Cycling is faster.
Madrid is of a bear and it’s in the centre of the
2 Which is faster for Nicolas, rollerblading or
Puerta del Sol. There’s also a (6)
riding in a car?
(virre) in Madrid called the Manzanares, but no
one travels by boat.

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Test 3 Consolidation

6 The blue whale is the


mammal in the world. (large)
Grammar __ / 30
4 Correct the sentences.
1 Underline the correct option. 1 The Thames shorter than the Nile.
1 Travelling by car is more fast / faster than The Thames is shorter than the Nile.
walking. 2 Morocco is nearest to the equator than
2 Reading in English is easyer / easier than Spain.
speaking.
3 Madrid is biger / bigger than Oviedo. 3 The bigger rainforests are in South America.
4 Trousers are more uncomfortable /
uncomfortabler than skirts. 4 What is most expensive car?
5 Basketball is more popular / popularer than
golf. 5 Is the train more comfortable that the tram?
6 Ronaldo is more rich / richer than me!
6 China is the interesting country to visit.
2 Write comparative sentences.

1 Skateboarding / exciting / snowboarding 5 Complete the sentences with the


Skateboarding is more exciting than comparative or the superlative forms
snowboarding. of the adjectives in brackets.
2 The cathedral / tall / the museum
1 George Clooney is older than Matt
Damon. (old)
3 Travelling by taxi / fast / taking the bus 2 Silvia is person in our
class. (quiet)
3 Motorbikes are cars.
4 The railway station / modern / the town hall (dangerous)
4 The Nile is river in the
world. (long)
5 The city / noisy / the country 5 I think Claire is person
I know. (lazy)
6 This museum is the
6 Paris / attractive / Calais Museum of Modern Art. (small)

6 Complete the sentences. Use the


information in the table and the
3 Complete the sentences with the comparative or superlative forms of the
superlative form of the adjectives in adjectives in brackets.
brackets. London Madrid New York
Underground Metro Subway
1 My mum is the slowest driver in the
Opened: 10th Opened: 17th Opened: 27th
world. (slow)
January 1863 October 1919 October 1904
2 The Simpsons is the
Length: 402 km Length: 290 km Length: 368 km
cartoon on TV. (funny)
3 Mr Matthews is the teacher Average Speed: Average Speed: Average Speed:
in our school. (bad) 33 km an hour 30 km an hour 29 km an hour
4 Snooker is the game. (boring)
5 My uncle Nick is the person
in our family. (short)
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Test 3 Consolidation

1 The Metro is the newest . Writing __ / 20


2 is the
Subway. (short) 1 Write the sentences with correct
3 is . (slow) punctuation.
4 is . (old)
5 is the 1 i live in brighton in england
Subway. (long) I live in Brighton in England.
6 is . (fast) 2 it’s famous for brighton pier the sealife
centre and for its nightlife

Listening __ / 10
3 brighton is by the sea it’s great
1 Listen to the first dialogue. True or false?
4 there is an old festival called the ‘burning
1 Jack wants a single ticket.
of the clocks’ in december
False
2 Jack is travelling to Exeter.

5 my friend jane has got a boat and we


3 He is travelling after nine.
sometimes go fishing
4 He is leaving at 9.30 a.m.

6 do you like brighton


5 He is returning on Sunday afternoon.

6 His ticket costs £54.00. 2 Answer the questions about a place you
go on holiday.
2 Listen to the second dialogue. Complete 1 Where is it?
what they say with the words in the box.
2 How do you get there?
more expensive | That’s | travelling today
Can I | single or return | have a
3 How long does it take to travel there?

Assistant (1) Can I help you? 4 What is the most famous tourist attraction
Karen Yes, please. Can I (2) there?
ticket to Bristol, please?
Assistant Would you like a
(3) ? 5 What activities do you do?
Karen A single, please.
Assistant Are you travelling today?
Karen Yes. 6 Why do you like going there?
Assistant Are you (4) before
9 a.m.?
Karen I don’t know. Why?
Assistant It’s (5) before nine.
Karen OK. I can travel after nine. Speaking __ / 10
Assistant There is a train at 9.22.
TOTAL __ / 100
Karen Great.
Assistant (6) £14.50, please.

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Test 3 Extension

Reading __ / 10 2 Which is faster for Nicolas, rollerblading or


riding in a car?
World Journeys: Schools
Thaskin 3 Who takes Amanda to school?
My school is in the countryside in Thailand. My
parents are farmers and they work in the rice 4 Why do Amanda’s parents prefer cars?
fields. I cycle five kilometres to school on small
roads. It’s faster than walking! My school is the 5 Who likes studying English?
smallest one in our area but there are forty-five
students in my class. I love studying English – it’s 6 What’s the fastest way travel in Tokyo?
my best subject.
Toshi
I live in Tokyo. I take the underground to school. Vocabulary __ / 20
The underground is really busy and hot. I don’t
like it, but it’s the fastest way to get around. 1 Complete the types of transport.
Amanda
I live in London. My mum takes my sister and me 1 It’s expensive to travel by this type of car.
to school by car every day. My parents say going ta x i
by car is safer than riding a bike, because there 2 It’s got two wheels. It can go very fast.
is a lot of traffic in the city. My school is near m
Paddington Station. My dad sometimes comes 3 It can fly. It is the fastest way to travel from
with us in the car and then goes to work by train. one country to another. p
4 It’s a kind of train but it goes on the
Nicolas
streets. t
I live in Nice in France. My school is in a square
5 It has got two wheels. It is good exercise
near the beach! When the weather is good I
for your legs. b
rollerblade to school. It’s faster than driving and
6 It connects cities and it can go very fast.
it’s a lot more fun!
t
1 Read the text. True or false? Correct the 2 Complete the text with the words in the
false sentences. box.
1 Toshi lives in London. railway station | river | statue | art gallery
False – he lives in Tokyo. street | square
2 Thaskin’s mum and dad are farmers.
There are lots of things to see in Madrid. The
3 Toshi loves taking the underground.
Prado Museum is a famous (1) art gallery . It’s
got lots of very important paintings. The Paseo
4 Amanda sometimes goes to school by train.
del Prado is a big (2) outside the
Prado. It goes to Atocha. Atocha is the
5 There are forty people in Thaskin’s class.
(3) . From Atocha, you can take
high-speed trains to Seville and other cities in
6 Nicolas always rollerblades to school.
Spain. The most beautiful (4)
in Madrid is probably the Plaza Mayor. It's
2 Read again. Answer the questions. very old. The most famous (5)
in Madrid is of a bear and it’s in the centre of
1 Which is faster for Thaskin, cycling or the Puerta del Sol. There’s a (6)
walking? in Madrid called the Manzanares, but no one
Cycling is faster. travels by boat.

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Test 3 Extension

Grammar __ / 30 4 Make comparative or superlative


sentences.
1 Complete the sentences with the
1 The River Thames is / short / the River Nile
comparative form of the adjectives in
The River Thames is shorter than the River Nile.
brackets.
2 Morocco is / near / to the equator / Spain
1 Travelling by car is faster than walking.
(fast) 3 The / big / rainforests / are in South America
2 Reading in English is
speaking. (easy) 4 What is the / expensive / car ?
3 Madrid is Oviedo. (big)
4 Trousers are skirts. 5 Is the train / comfortable / the tram ?
(uncomfortable)
5 Basketball is golf. 6 China is the / interesting / country to visit
(popular)
6 Ronaldo is me! (rich)
5 Complete the sentences. Use the
2 Write comparative sentences. comparative or the superlative forms of
the adjectives in the box.
1 Skateboarding / exciting / snowboarding
Skateboarding is more exciting than dangerous | small | old
snowboarding. lazy | quiet | long
2 The cathedral / tall / the museum
1 George Clooney is older than Matt
3 Travelling by taxi / fast / taking the bus Damon.
2 Silvia is person in our
4 The railway station / modern / the town hall class.
3 Motorbikes are cars.
5 My dancing / bad / my singing 4 The Nile is river in the
world.
6 This shopping centre / good / the one near 5 I think Claire is person I
my house know. She never does any work!
6 This museum is the
3 Complete the sentences with the
Museum of Modern Art.
superlative form of the adjectives in 6 Complete the sentences with the
brackets. Then match the sentence halves. comparative or superlative forms of the
adjectives in brackets.
1 My mum is the slowest . (slow) c
2 The Simpsons is . (funny) London Madrid New York
3 Mr Matthews is . (bad) Underground Metro Subway
4 Snooker is . (boring) Opened: 10th Opened: 17th Opened: 27th
5 My uncle Nick is . (short) January 1863 October 1919 October 1904
6 The blue whale is . (large) Length: 402 km Length: 290 km Length: 368 km
Average Speed: Average Speed: Average Speed:
a cartoon on TV. 33 km an hour 30 km an hour 29 km an hour
b mammal in the world.
c driver in the world. 1 The Metro is the newest . (new)
d person in our family. 2 is the
e teacher in our school. Subway. (short)
f game.
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Test 3 Extension

3 is . (slow) Writing __ / 20
4 is . (old)
5 is the 1 Write the sentences with correct
Subway. (long) punctuation.
6 is . (fast)
1 i live in brighton in england
I live in Brighton in England.
Listening __ / 10 2 it’s famous for brighton pier the sealife
centre and for its nightlife
1 Listen to the first dialogue. Answer the
questions. 3 brighton is by the sea it’s great
1 Does Jack want a single or return?
A return 4 there is an old festival called the ‘burning
2 Where is Jack travelling? of the clocks’ in december

3 Is he travelling before nine? 5 my friend jane has got a boat and we


sometimes go fishing
4 When is he leaving?
6 do you like brighton
5 When is he returning?
2 Write about a place you go on holiday.
6 How much is his ticket? Use the questions to help you. Write
about 50 words.
2 Listen to the second dialogue. Complete • Where is it?
what they say. • How do you get there?
Assistant (1) Can I help you? • What language do they speak there?
Karen Yes, please. Can I • What kind of food do they eat?
(2) to Bristol? • What do you like to do here?
Assistant Would you like a single or return? • Why you like it?
Karen (3) .
Assistant Are you travelling today? Speaking __ / 10
Karen Yes.
Assistant Are you (4) TOTAL __ / 100
nine a.m.?
Karen I don’t know. Why?
Assistant It’s (5) nine.
Karen OK. I can travel after nine.
Assistant There is a train at 9.22.
Karen Great.
Assistant (6) , please.

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Term Test 1
Reinforcement

Reading __ / 10 Vocabulary __ / 20

Summer in the UK
1 Which word doesn’t belong in each
My name’s Sylvie and I’m from Sweden. This group?
summer I’m studying at a language school in
Bristol. Bristol is in the south west of England and 1 shy quiet confident
it’s got a population of 400,000. There are a lot of 2 kind selfish generous
interesting things to see here: the famous 3 unkind cheerful grumpy
Old Vic theatre, a modern art gallery called the 4 dangerous safe uncomfortable
Arnolfini and Queen’s Square – one of the largest 5 plane bus helicopter
squares in England. My school is in the centre, 6 river square canal
near the modern cathedral. 2 Underline the correct option.
My best friends here are Victor from Romania and
Eliana from Portugal. We always go out together. 1 A place to find something to read is a
Victor is a little shy, but Eliana never stops bookshop / pet shop.
talking! To make extra money, Victor works in a 2 The salsa and the tango are Latin /
newsagent’s and Eliana in a pet shop. I work classical dances.
in a florist’s once a week. 3 Many people think the Beatles were the
biggest country / pop band in history!
1 Read the text. True or false? 4 The place to go if you’re sick is the
florist’s / chemist’s.
1 Bristol’s got 4,000,000 residents. 5 People who don’t mind sleeping outdoors
False like camping / cooking.
2 There isn’t a lot to do in Bristol. 6 Judo, aikido and karate are all modern /
martial arts.
3 Sylvie’s school is not far from a cathedral.

4 The Arnolfini is a famous old theatre.

5 Queen’s Square is very big.

6 Silvie hasn’t made any friends in Bristol.

2 Read again. Write Sylvie, Victor or Eliana.

1 Sylvie wrote this text.


2 is from Romania.
3 works in a florist’s.
4 talks a lot.
5 probably likes animals.
6 is shy.

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Term Test 1
Reinforcement

Grammar __ / 30 4 Underline the correct option.

1 Complete the sentences with the verbs in


Dear Mum and Dad,
I (1) ’m writing / write to you from the
brackets. Use the present simple.
terrace of my hotel. I (2) ’m having / have my
1 Every summer I visit my grandparents in breakfast out here every morning. Right now
France. (visit) I (3) ’m looking / look at the sea and the palm
2 On Mondays, my sister up trees. The sun (4) ’s shining / shines and the
early to go to Chess Club. (get) birds (5) are singing / sing! They
3 Kevin often camping with (6) ’re greeting / greet me like this every
his dad. (go) morning. Costa Rica is fantastic!
4 I this maths problem. (not Evelyn
understand)
5 My mum fresh bread at 5 Complete the sentences with the
the baker’s every morning. (buy) comparative form of the adjectives in
6 This bus to Brighton. (not brackets.
go) 1 The Zoom 2000 is faster than the Eco
2 Circle the correct option. Ride 10i. (fast)
2 The Eco Ride 10i is than the
1 Right now, I ’m listening / listening to Blast 7 and the Zoom 2000. (slow)
classical music. 3 The Zoom 2000 to drive
2 I can’t believe it! She be wearing / than the Blast 7. (easy)
’s wearing my sunglasses! 4 The Zoom 2000 is than both
3 You aren’t listening / don’t listening to me. the Blast 7 and the Eco Ride 10i. (safe)
4 You are / Are you talking to me? 5 The Blast 7 is than the
5 Is Denise coming to the party? – No, she Zoom 2000. (expensive)
not / isn’t. 6 The Zoom 2000 is than the
6 Where are they / they are going on their Eco Ride 10i. (big)
honeymoon? – To Venice, of course!

3 Write the pronoun to replace the 6 Complete the sentences with the
underlined words in each sentence. superlative form of the adjectives in
brackets.
us | them | him | us | it | them
1 The Blast 7 is the fastest car. (fast)
2 The Eco Ride 10i is the car.
1 Don’t invite Adam and Peter.
(cheap)
them
3 The Blast 7 is the to drive.
2 I hardly ever tell John anything.
(difficult)
4 The Zoom 2000 is the car.
3 She never opens her emails.
(safe)
5 The Blast 7 is the car.
4 Can you tell me and Sergio what
(expensive)
happened?
6 The Blast 7 is the car. (big)

5 Simon doesn’t know about the party.

6 My mum doesn’t know about you and me.

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Term Test 1
Reinforcement

Listening __ / 10 4 I’m not studying french because / or


Spanish.
1 Listen to the interview. Underline the
correct answer.
5 They really love strawberries or / and
1 The interview is with a band called chocolate together
Underground / Metro.
2 There are 2 / 4 people in the band.
3 Jade and Mike are / aren’t related. 6 kevin’s cheerful. He’s also / too friendly.
4 The band plays a mix of hip hop / pop and
country music.
5 Jade has two single / return tickets to
Liverpool. 2 Write about your favourite city. Answer
6 The tickets are in her purse / pocket. the questions. Use full sentences and some
of the words in the box.
2 Listen again. True or false?
music shop | baker’s | sweet shop
1 Jim Vinyl is a TV talk show host.
underground | tram | bus
False
museum | statue | theatre | festival
2 Jim’s show is called Under the Music.
famous | cheap | expensive
3 Jade and Mike are husband and wife.
1 What is the name of the city and where is
4 Jim Vinyl loves country music. it located?

5 Mike and Jade travel a lot.


2 What is there to see in the city?
6 Underground’s next show is in Liverpool.

3 What kinds of shops are there?

Writing __ / 20
4 What is the transport like?
1 Correct one punctuation mistake and
choose the correct word.
5 What is the weather like?
1 I like london and / but it’s busy.
I like London but it’s busy.
2 he likes shopping and / but he doesn’t like
6 Why is it your favourite city?
sport.

3 Shes wearing her special dress because /


but there’s a party tonight. Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100

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Term Test 1
Consolidation

Reading __ / 10 Vocabulary __ / 20

Summer in the UK
1 Match the adjetives to their opposites.
This summer I’m studying at a language school
in Bristol. Bristol is in the south west of England 1 talkative a selfish
and it’s got a population of 400,000. It’s the 2 generous b shy
cultural centre of the region and there are a lot of 3 confident c slow
interesting things to see: there’s the famous Old 4 cheap d safe
Vic theatre, a modern art gallery called Arnolfini, 5 dangerous e quiet
and Queen’s Square – one of the largest squares 6 fast f expensive
in England. My school is in the centre near the 2 Complete the crossword.
modern cathedral, in an area called Clifton.
1
My best friends at the school are Victor from B
Romania and Eliana from Portugal. We always O
go out together. Victor is a little shy, but Eliana O
2
hardly ever stops talking! To make extra money, K
Victor works in a newsagent’s and Eliana in a pet S
shop. I work once a week in a florist’s. I had the 3
H
same job in Sweden, where I come from.
O
Sylvie
P
4

1 Read the text. True or false? Correct the


false sentences.

1 Bristol’s got 4,000,000 residents. Across


False – it’s got a population of 400,000. 1 A is a type of transport with
2 There isn’t a lot to do in Bristol. two wheels and no motor.
2 A is a type of transport with
3 Sylvie’s school is not far from a cathedral. two wheels and a motor.
3 A is a place to go if you’re sick.
4 The Arnolfini is a famous old theatre. 4 People who like sleeping outdoors like
.
5 Queen’s Square is very big. Down
1 A bookshop is a place to find something
6 Sylvie hasn’t made any friends in Bristol. to read.
2 Judo, aikido and karate are all
arts.
2 Read again. Write Sylvie, Victor or Eliana.

1 Who wrote this text? Sylvie


2 Who is from Romania?
3 Who works in a florist’s?
4 Who talks a lot?
5 Who probably likes animals?
6 Who is shy?

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Term Test 1
Consolidation

Grammar __ / 30 4 Complete the sentences with the object


pronouns in the box.
1 Underline the correct option.
him | you | them | it | us | me
1 My dad is always / hardly ever grumpy in
the morning. But after he drinks his tea,
he’s a different person! 1 I hardly ever tell John anything. I don’t
2 I hardly ever / usually see Jordan now that trust him .
he doesn’t go to our school. 2 She never writes her own emails. Her
3 I always / never go home alone from the assistant writes .
disco. It’s too dangerous. 3 My brother and I love camping, but my
4 When I’m in Bristol, I always / never visit mum and dad never take on
Arnolfini. It’s an amazing place! camping trips.
5 Joy plays the piano for two hours 4 Janet doesn’t know about the test. We
once or twice a week / every day. That’s have to tell her about .
why she’s so good! 5 Could you speak more loudly please?
6 It’s sometimes / always hard to know the I can’t hear .
right answer. 6 I’m not inviting Sally to my birthday party
because she never invites .
2 Write sentences with the opposite
meaning. 5 Complete the sentences with the
comparative form of the adjectives in
1 I don’t mind getting up early every day. brackets.
I mind getting up early every day.
2 Liana hates riding motorbikes. 1 The Zoom 2000 is faster than the Eco
Ride 10i. (fast)
3 My brother likes going camping in winter. 2 The Eco Ride 10i is the
Blast 7 and the Zoom 2000. (slow)
4 Josh’s parents mind when he stays out late. 3 The Zoom 2000 the
Blast 7. (easy to dride)
5 My grandma loves listening to hip hop! 4 The Zoom 2000 is both
the Blast 7 and the Eco Ride 10i. (safe)
6 The police like giving tickets! 5 The Blast 7 is the Zoom
2000. (expensive)
6 The Zoom 2000 is the
3 Complete Evelyn’s postcard with the verbs Eco Ride 10i. (big)
in brackets. Use the present simple or the
present continuous. 6 Complete the sentences with the
superlative form of the adjectives in
Dear Mum and Dad, brackets.
I (1) ’m writing (write) to you from the terrace
of my hotel. I (2) (have) my 1 The Blast 7 is the fastest car. (fast)
breakfast out here every morning. Right now 2 The Eco Ride 10i is car.
I (3) (look) at the sea and (cheap)
palm trees. The sun (4) 3 The Blast 7 is to drive.
(shine) and the birds (5) (difficult)
(sing)! They (6) (greet) 4 The Zoom 2000 is car.
me like this every morning. Costa Rica is (safe)
fantastic! 5 The Blast 7 is car.
(expensive)
Evelyn
6 The Blast 7 is car. (big)
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Term Test 1
Consolidation

Listening __ / 10 4 I’m not studying french because / or


spanish.
1 Listen to the interview. Underline the
correct option.
5 they really love strawberries or / and
1 The interview is with a band called chocolate together,
Underground / Metro.
2 There are 2 / 3 people in the band.
3 Jade and Mike are / aren’t related. 6 kevin’s cheerful. He’s also / too Friendly!
4 The band plays a mix of hip hop / pop and
country music.
5 Jade has two single / return tickets to
Liverpool. 2 Write about your favourite city. Answer
6 The tickets are in her purse / pocket. the questions.

2 Listen again. True or false? Correct the 1 What is the name of the city and where is
false sentences. it located?

1 Jim Vinyl is a TV talk show host.


False – he’s a radio host. 2 What is there to see in the city?
2 Jim’s show is called Under the Music.

3 Jade and Mike are husband and wife. 3 What kinds of shops are there?

4 Jim Vinyl loves country music.


4 What is the transport like?
5 Mike and Jade travel a lot.

6 Underground’s next show is in Liverpool. 5 What is the weather like?

6 Why is it your favourite city?


Writing __ / 20

1 Correct two punctuation mistakes and


choose the correct word.
Speaking __ / 10
1 I Like london and / but it’s busy.
I like London but it’s busy. TOTAL __ / 100
2 He likes shopping and / but he doesnt like
sport?

3 she’s wearing her Special dress because /


but there’s a party tonight.

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Term Test 1
Extension

Reading __ / 10 3 What is the name of Bristol’s river?

Summer in the UK 4 Is Victor a talkative person?


This summer I’m studying at a language school
in Bristol. Bristol is a medium-sized city in the 5 Why does Eliana probably like animals?
south west of England with a population of
400,000. It’s the cultural centre of the region and 6 Who does Sylvie practise her English with?
there are a lot of interesting things to see and do:
there’s the Old Vic theatre, a modern art gallery
called the Arnolfini, King’s Street with its rows
Vocabulary __ / 20
of old houses, and Queen’s Square – one of the
largest squares in England. My favourite is the
Clifton Bridge on the Avon River and all the cafés
1 Match the words to their opposites.
and restaurants on the water. My school is in the 1 talkative a selfish
centre, near the modern cathedral. 2 generous b shy
My best friends at the school are Victor from 3 confident c slow
Romania and Eliana from Portugal. We always 4 cheap d safe
go out together. Victor is a little shy, but Eliana 5 dangerous e quiet
hardly ever stops talking! To make extra money, 6 fast f expensive
Victor works in a newsagent’s and Eliana in a pet
shop. I work once a week in a florist’s. I had the
2 Complete the sentences.
same job in Sweden, where I come from. I like 1 A bicycle is a type of transport with two
working because I can practise my English with wheels and no motor.
the customers! 2 Am is a type of transport
Sylvie with two wheels and a motor.
3 Ah is a place to go if you’re
1 Read the text. Match the things with the sick.
places where you can find them. 4 People who like sleeping outdoors like
c .
1 Bristol e 5 Ab is a place to find
2 Old houses? something to read.
3 Sylvie’s language school 6 Judo, aikido and karate are all
4 Modern art m arts.
5 Cafés and restaurants
6 Famous plays

a By the Avon River


b Near the modern cathedral
c At the Arnolfini
d In King’s Street
e In the south-west of the UK
f At the Old Vic

2 Read again. Answer the questions.

1 Is Bristol a large city?


No, it’s a medium-sized city.
2 What is Sylvie’s favourite place?

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Term Test 1
Extension

Grammar __ / 30 I (3) (look) at the sea and palm


trees. The sun (4) (shine)
1 Rewrite the sentences with the the words and the birds (5) (sing)! They
in the box. (6) (greet) me like this every
morning. Costa Rica is fantastic!
always | sometimes | hardly ever Evelyn
always | never | every day
4 Complete the sentences with object
pronouns.
1 My dad is grumpy in the morning if he
goes to bed late. 1 I hardly ever tell John anything. I don’t
My dad is always grumpy in the morning if trust him .
he goes to bed late. 2 She never writes her own emails. Her
2 I see Jordan now that he doesn’t go to our assistant writes .
school. 3 My brother and I love camping, but my
mum and dad never take .
3 I go home alone from the disco. It’s too 4 Janet doesn’t know about the test. We
dangerous. have to tell her about .
5 Could you speak more loudly, please?
4 When I’m in Bristol, I visit the Arnolfini. It’s I can’t hear .
an amazing place! 6 I’m not inviting Sally to my birthday party
because she never invites .
5 Joy plays the piano for two hours. That’s 5 Look at the table. Write comparative
why she’s so good! sentences.

6 It’s hard to know the right answer. Model: Zoom Blast 7 Eco Ride
2000 10i
maximum 100km per 120km per 80 km per
2 Write sentences with the opposite speed hour hour hour
meaning. safety ✓✓✓✓ ✓✓✓ ✓✓
easy to ✓✓✓ ✓ ✓✓
1 I don’t mind getting up early every day. drive
I mind getting up early every day. seats 5 7 2
2 Liana hates riding motorbikes. cost £8,000 £12,000 £5,000

3 My brother likes going camping in winter. 1 Blast 7 / slow / Eco Ride 10i
The Eco Ride 10i is slower than the Blast 7.
4 Josh’s parents mind when he stays out late. 2 Zoom 2000 / fast / Eco Ride 10i

5 My grandma loves listening to hip hop! 3 Zoom 2000 / easy to dride / Blast 7

6 The police like giving tickets! 4 Blast 7 / safe / Eco Ride 10i

3 Complete Evelyn’s postcard with the 5 Blast 7 / expensive / Zoom 2000


correct form of the verbs in brackets.
6 Zoom 2000 / big / Eco Ride 10i
Dear Mum and Dad,
I (1) ’m writing (write) to you from the terrace
of my hotel. I (2) (have) my
breakfast out here every morning. Right now
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Term Test 1
Extension

6 Compare the cars in exercise 5 again. Write Writing __ / 20


superlative sentences. Use the adjectives.

1 fast
1 Correct the punctuation mistakes and
choose the correct word.
The Blast 7 is the fastest car.
2 cheap 1 I Like london and / but it’s busy.
I like London but it’s busy.
3 difficult 2 He likes shopping and / but he doesnt like
sport?
4 safe
3 she’s wearing her Special dress because /
5 expensive but there’s a party tonight.

6 big 4 I’m not studying french because / or


spanish.

5 they really love strawberries or / and


Listening __ / 10
chocolate together,

1 Listen to the interview. Complete the 6 kevin’s cheerful. He’s also / too Friendly!
sentences.

1 The interview is with a band called 2 Write about your favourite city.
Underground
2 There are people in the band. Write about:
3 The band play a mix of hip hop and • where it is
. • what the weather is like
4 Mike is Jade’s . • sights to see
5 Jim Vinyl country music. • things to do
6 Jade has two tickets in her • types of shops
pocket. • transport
• food
2 Listen again. Answer the questions. • why you like the city
1 Who is Jim Vinyl?
He’s a radio host. Speaking __ / 10
2 What is Jim’s show called?
TOTAL __ / 100
3 Who likes country music?

4 Who likes hip hop?

5 What do Mike and Jade do when they’re


not playing music?

6 Where is Underground’s next show?

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Test 4 Reinforcement

Reading __ / 10 Vocabulary __ / 20

Mozart: Child Genius


1 Solve the riddles. Use the words in the box.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on 27th
January, 1756 in Salzburg, Austria. He was a legs | eyes | nose | feet | arms | hair
brilliant musician even when he was a child. He
wrote his first symphony when he was eight!
1 You breathe through this, but you can’t eat
In his life he wrote more than 600 pieces of music. through it.
Many of them are famous today, including: nose
A Little Night Music (1787) and the operas Don 2 You wear socks and shoes on these.
Giovanni (1787) and The Magic Flute (1791).
Mozart married Constanze Weber in 1782. He 3 It can be blonde, black, brown or grey.
died nine years later on 5th December, 1791.
He was 35 years old. Some people believe that 4 Birds have got two of these, but cats and
another composer, Antonio Salieri, killed him out dogs have four.
of jealousy. However, most people think he died
because of an unusual illness. 5 We’ve got two of these. Cats usually have
green ones. White mice have red ones.
1 Read the text. Match the events to the
years. 6 We’ve got hands at the end of these.
1 Mozart was born. d
2 He wrote his first symphony. 2 Complete the crossword about the face.
3 He wrote Don Giovanni. 1
4 He wrote The Magic Flute. L
2
5 He married Constanze Weber. T
6 He died.
3 4
M O U S T A C H E
a 1782
b 1791 5
H E
c 1764
d 1756 6
N K
e 1791
f 1787
Across
2 Read again. True or false? 3 This is hair above your lip.
5 You use this to hear. Some people wear
1 Mozart’s middle name was Wolfgang.
jewellery in theirs.
False 6 This supports your head. Giraffes have got
2 Mozart was born in Germany.
the longest ones.
Down
3 He was not good at music when he was
1 You’ve got two on your mouth.
young.
2 This is inside your mouth and it’s white.
4 You’ve got two of these, one of each side of
4 He wrote more than 600 pieces of music.
your face.

5 He died before he was 40.

6 Mozart married Antonia Salieri.

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Test 4 Reinforcement

Grammar __ / 30 5 Match the questions and answers.

1 Did Bodicea have any children? f


1 Circle the correct option.
2 Did she live in the south of England?
1 Was / Were your grandad in the army? 3 Did she fight the Roman general
2 We was / were at a party. Suetonius?
3 I was / were on the bus. 4 Did she win the battle?
4 You wasn’t / weren’t very talkative. 5 Did she die?
5 Was / Were Martha good at dancing? 6 Did the Romans leave England after the
6 It wasn’t / weren’t a big bridge. battle?

2 Complete the sentences with the past a No, she didn’t.


simple of can in the affirmative (✓) or the b Yes, she killed herself.
negative (✗). c Yes, she lived in East Anglia.
1 ✓ Fred could eat with a spoon when he d No, they didn’t.
was one. e Yes, she fought him at the Battle of Watling
2 ✗ He get dressed when he Street.
was two. f Yes, she had three daughters.
3 ✗ Fred ride a horse when he 6 Make negative sentences.
was five.
4 ✓ He play the violin when he 1 Marco Polo found America.
was nine. Marco Polo didn’t find America.
5 ✗ He drive a car when he was 2 Robin Hood liked the rich.
eleven.
6 ✓ He understand Chinese 3 Odysseus killed Penelope.
when he was thirteen.
4 Picasso played the saxophone.
3 Underline the correct past simple form.

1 play plaied / played 5 The Romans invaded Ireland.


2 try tryed / tried
3 shop shopped / shoped 6 Mozart wrote Don Quixote.
4 like likd / liked
5 chat chatted / chated
6 study studied / studed

4 Underline the correct option.

Boadicea (1) was / were queen of the Iceni


tribe in East Anglia, England. At the time,
the Romans (2) live / lived in England, too.
Boadicea’s husband, King Prasutagus,
(3) die / died and the Romans (4) took / taked
all Boadicea’s land and possessions. Boadicea
and her army (5) attacked / attack the Romans
in the Battle of Watling Street. Boadicea was
very brave but her army (6) losed / lost the
battle.

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Test 4 Reinforcement

Listening __ / 10 Writing __ / 20

1 Linda is tired. Listen and order Jack’s 1 Underline the correct option.
suggestions.
1 I had cocoa before / after brushing my
a have a cold shower teeth.
b have a cup of coffee 2 Before / After getting up, I had a shower.
c go to bed 1 3 Before / After having a shower, I dried
d get up early in the morning myself.
e go for a walk 4 Always look before / after crossing the
f he can help road!
5 I watched TV before / after coming home
2 Listen again. Match the sentence halves.
from school.
1 Linda doesn’t feel well because d 6 Simon did his homework before / after
2 Linda can’t go to bed because going to bed.
3 Linda can’t do her homework in the
2 Read about a famous person. Underline
morning because
and correct one mistake in each sentence.
4 Linda doesn’t drink coffee because
5 Linda can’t go for a walk because 1 Antoni Gaudí were born in Tarragona.
6 Linda can’t take a cold shower because Antonio Gaudí was born in Tarragona
2 He like nature.
a she has orchestra practice.
b she hates cold water. 3 He not study painting.
c she has to do her homework.
d she’s really tired. 4 He design many famous buildings.
e it’s dark outside.
f she gets a stomach ache. 5 He not did drive a car.

6 Gaudí dies in 1926.

Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100

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Test 4 Consolidation

Reading __ / 10 4 What were the names of his two most


famous operas?
Mozart: Child Genius
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on 27th 5 Who did he marry and when?
January 1756 in Salzburg, Austria. He was a
brilliant musician even as a child. He wrote his 6 What was the film about Mozart’s life called?
first symphony when he was eight! It was better
than many symphonies by adult composers.
In his life he wrote more than 600 pieces of music. Vocabulary __ / 20
Many of them are famous today, including: A
Little Night Music (1787) and the operas Don 1 Solve the riddles. Write the parts of the
Giovanni (1787) and The Magic Flute (1791). body.
Mozart married Constanze Weber in 1782. He
died nine years later on 5th December 1791 at 1 You breathe through this, but you can’t eat
the age of 35. Some people believe that another through it. nose
composer, Antonio Salieri, killed him out of 2 You wear socks and shoes on these.
jealousy. However, most people think he died f
because of an unusual illness. 3 It can be blonde, black, brown or grey.
h
In 1984 there was a popular film about Mozart’s
4 Birds have got two of these, but cats and
life called Amadeus. It won eight Oscars. The
dogs have four. l
American actor, Tom Hulce, played Mozart.
5 We’ve got two of these. Cats usually have
1 Read the text. True or false? Correct the
green ones. White mice have red ones.
e
false sentences.
6 We’ve got hands at the end of these.
1 Mozart’s first name was Wolfgang. a
True
2 Mozart was born in Germany
2 Complete the crossword about the face.
1
L
3 He was not good at music when he was 2
T
young.
3 4

4 He wrote more than 800 pieces of music. M O U S T A C H E

5 We are not sure how he died. E

6
6 A French actor played Mozart in Amadeus. N

Across
2 Read again. Answer the questions.
3 This is hair above your lip.
1 When and where was Mozart born? 5 You use this to hear. Some people wear
He was born on 27th January 1756 in jewellery in theirs.
Salzburg, Austria. 6 This supports your head. Giraffes have got
2 When did he die? the longest ones.
Down
3 How old was he when he wrote his first 1 You’ve got two on your mouth.
symphony? 2 This is inside your mouth and it’s white.
4 You’ve got two of these, one of each side of
your face.
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Test 4 Consolidation

Grammar __ / 30 4 Complete the text with the verbs in the box.

1 Complete the sentences with the past attacked | took | lost | was | died | lived
simple form of be in the affirmative (✓) or
the negative (✗). Boadicea (1) was queen of the Iceni tribe in
1 Was your grandad in the army? East Anglia, England. At the time the Romans
2 We at a party. ✓ (2) in England, too. When her
3 I on the bus. ✓ husband, King Prasutagus (3) , the
4 You very talkative. ✗ Romans (4) all Boadicea’s land and
5 Martha good at dancing? possessions. Boadicea and her army
6 It a big bridge. ✗ (5) the Romans in the Battle of
Watling Street. Boadicea was very brave but
2 Look at the table. Write sentences. her army (6) the battle.

Age Ability Yes ✓ / No ✗ 5 Complete the questions about Boadicea


1 eat with a spoon ✓ and the Romans. Use the verbs in the
2 get dressed ✗ answers.
5 ride a horse ✗ 1 Did she have any children? – Yes, she
9 play the violin ✓ had three daughters.
11 drive a car ✗ 2 she in the south of
13 understand Chinese ✓ England? – Yes, she lived in East Anglia.
3 she the Roman
1 Fred could eat with a spoon when he was general Suetonius? – Yes, she fought him
one. at the Battle of Watling Street.
2 He when he was 4 she the battle? – No,
two. she didn’t win.
3 Fred when he 5 she herself? – Yes,
was five. she killed herself.
4 He when he was 6 the Romans England
nine. after the battle? – No, the Romans didn’t
5 He when he was leave England after the battle.
eleven.
6 He when he was 6 Make negative sentences.
thirteen. 1 Marco Polo found America.
3 Write the past simple form of the verbs. Marco Polo didn’t find America.
2 Robin Hood liked the rich.
1 play played
2 try 3 Odysseus killed Penelope.
3 shop
4 like 4 Picasso played the saxophone.
5 chat
6 study 5 The Romans invaded Ireland.

6 Mozart wrote Don Quixote.

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Test 4 Consolidation

Listening __ / 10 Writing __ / 20

1 Linda is tired. Listen and order Jack’s 1 Complete the sentences with before or
suggestions. after.

a have a cold shower 1 I had cocoa before brushing my teeth.


b have a cup of coffee 2 getting up, I had a shower.
c go to bed 1 3 having a shower, I dried myself.
d get up early in the morning 4 Always look crossing the road!
e go for a walk 5 I watched TV coming home
f he can help from school.
6 Simon did his homework going
2 Listen again. Match the sentences halves.
to bed.
1 Linda doesn’t feel well because d
2 Write a biography using this information.
2 Linda can’t go to bed because
Answer the questions.
3 Linda can’t do her homework in the
morning because Jack Bad
4 Linda doesn’t drink coffee because Birthday: 22/08/1980, London
5 Linda can’t go for a walk because Good at ball games as a child: football, tennis
6 Linda can’t take a cold shower because Under-16 tennis champion: Dubai, 1995
Australian Open champion: 2000
a she has orchestra practice. Now: TV host.
b she hates cold water.
c she has to do her homework. 1 What is his name?
d she’s really tired. His name is Jack Bad.
e it’s dark outside. 2 When and where was he born?
f she gets a stomach ache.
3 What could he do well when he was a child?

4 Where did he win his first championship?

5 What did he win next?

6 What does he do now?

Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100

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Test 4 Extension

Reading __ / 10 2 Read again. Answer the questions.


Mozart: Child Genius 1 When and where was Mozart born?
He was born on 27th January 1756 in
1
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on 27th
January 1756 in Salzburg, Austria. He was a Salzburg, Austria.
brilliant musician even as a child. He started 2 When did he die?
writing music when he was four. He played music
in public at Salzburg University when he was five. 3 How old was he when he wrote his first
He wrote his first symphony when he was eight! symphony?
It was better than many symphonies by adult
composers. 4 What were the names of his two most
famous operas?
In his life Mozart wrote more than 600 pieces of
music. Many of them are famous today, including:
5 Who did he marry and when?
A Little Night Music (1787) and the operas Don
Giovanni (1787) and The Magic Flute (1791).
6 What was the film called about Mozart’s
Mozart married Constanze Weber in 1782. He life?
died nine years later on 5th December, 1791 at
the age of 35. Some people believe that another
composer, Antonio Salieri, killed him out of
jealousy. However, most people think he died Vocabulary __ / 20
because of an unusual illness.
In 1984 there was a popular film about Mozart’s 1 Solve the riddles. Write the body parts.
life called Amadeus. It won eight Oscars. The
1 You breathe through this, but you can’t eat
American actor, Tom Hulce, played Mozart.
through it. nose
2 You wear socks and shoes on these.
1 Read the text. True or false? Correct the
false sentences.
3 It can be blonde, black, brown or grey.
1 Mozart’s middle name was Wolfgang.
False – his middle name was Amadeus. 4 Birds have got two of these, but cats and
2 Mozart was born in Germany. dogs have four.
5 We’ve got two of these. Cats usually have
3 He was not good at music when he was green ones. White mice have red ones.
young.
6 We’ve got hands at the end of these.
4 He wrote more than 500 pieces of music.
2 Read the clues. Write the parts of the face.
5 We are not sure how he died.
1 You have got two on your mouth. lips
6 A French actor played Mozart in a film 2 These are inside your mouth. They help
about Mozart. you to bite and chew food. t
3 This is hair above your top lip. m
4 You have got two of these – one of each
side of your face. c
5 You use these to hear. Some people wear
jewellery in theirs. e
6 This supports your head. Giraffes have got
the longest ones. n

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Test 4 Extension

Grammar __ / 30 5 Complete the questions about Boadicea


and the Romans. Use the subjects and
1 Complete the dialogue with the correct verbs in the answers.
form of be.
1 Did she have any children? – Yes, she had
1 Was your grandad in the army? three daughters.
2 We at a party. ✓ 2 in the south of
3 I on the bus. ✓ England? – Yes, she lived in East Anglia.
4 You very talkative. ✗ 3 the Roman general
5 Martha good at dancing? Suetonius? – Yes, she fought him at the
6 It a big bridge. ✗ Battle of Watling Street.
4 the battle? – No, she
2 Look at the table. Write sentences. didn’t win.
Age Ability Yes ✓ / No ✗ 5 herself? – Yes, she killed
1 eat with a spoon ✓ herself.
6 England after the
2 get dressed ✗
battle? – No, the Romans didn’t leave
5 ride a horse ✗
England after the battle.
9 play the violin ✓
11 drive a car ✗ 6 Correct the sentences. Use the words in
13 understand Chinese ✓ brackets.

1 Marco Polo discovered America.


1 Fred could eat with a spoon when he was one.
(Christopher Columbus)
2 He .
Marco Polo didn’t discover America.
3 He .
Christopher Columbus discovered America.
4 He .
2 Robin Hood liked the rich. (rob)
5 He .
6 He .

3 Write the past simple form of the verbs. 3 Odysseus killed Penelope. (marry)

1 play played 4 like


2 try 5 chat 4 Picasso played the saxophone. (paint
3 shop 6 study pictures)
4 Complete the text with the past simple of
the verbs in the box.
5 The Romans invaded Ireland. (Britain)
attack | take | lose | be | die | live

6 Mozart wrote Don Quixote. (Cervantes)


Boadicea (1) was queen of the Iceni tribe in
East Anglia, England. At the time the Romans
(2) in England, too. When her
husband, King Prasutagus (3) , the
Romans (4) all Boadicea’s land and
possessions. Boadicea and her army
(5) the Romans in the Battle of
Watling Street. Boadicea was very brave but
her army (6) the battle.

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Test 4 Extension

Listening __ / 10 Writing __ / 20

1 Linda is tired. Listen and correct Jack’s 1 Tick (✓) or correct the senteces.
suggestions.
1 I had cocoa before brush my teeth.
1 have a hot shower cold I had cocoa before brushing my teeth.
2 have a cup of tea 2 Before getting up, I had a shower.
3 go to school
4 stay in bed early in the morning 3 After to have a shower, I dried myself.
5 go for a drink
6 he can call a friend 4 Always look before crossing the road!

2 Listen again. Complete the sentences


5 I watched TV before to come home from
about Linda’s responses.
school.
1 Linda doesn’t feel well because she’s tired.
2 Linda can’t go to bed because 6 Simon did his homework after go to bed.
.
3 Linda can’t do her homework in the
2 Write a biography about someone you
morning because
know or use your own ideas.
.
4 Linda doesn’t drink coffee because Paragraph 1: Birth and early years
. Paragraph 2: Major achievements
5 Linda can’t go for a walk because Paragraph 3: Family life
.
6 Linda can’t take a cold shower because
.
Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100

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Test 5 Reinforcement

Reading __ / 10 a She was having a cup of tea with her


friend.
SCI-FI NEWS: Alien Sighting Interview b It was yellow.
Sci-fi News speaks to Karen Peters about her c It was red.
incredible experience last week. d It was Sunday 21st March 2009.
SFN Karen, tell us exactly what happened. e No, he didn’t.
Karen Well, it was 3.25 p.m. on Sunday, 21st f It was 3.25 p.m.
March, and I was sitting outside Berkley’s
Café in Southward, a quiet village. It was
Vocabulary __ / 20
a bit cloudy and I was having a cup of tea
with my friend, Peter Buyers. Suddenly
we heard a strange noise! There was a
1 Underline the correct option.
round, yellow object in the sky! It was 1 I’m just getting out of / walking up the taxi
a spaceship! now.
SFN Wow! What happened next? 2 The girl with the umbrella is going into /
Karen The spaceship landed only 100 metres getting on the bus.
from us and an alien got out! It had a red 3 The boy wearing jeans is coming out of /
body and a yellow head. There was a getting out of the newsagent’s.
strange yellow light everywhere. It was 4 There is a man with a laptop walking up /
amazing! Peter was looking for his camera walking into the street.
when the alien just disappeared. 5 Two police officers are going into / getting
SFN Oh no! into the jeweller’s.
Karen We couldn’t believe it! 6 A woman with pink hair is running up /
coming out of the escalator.
1 Read the text. Complete the information
with the words in the box. 2 Complete the text with the words in the
box.
village | alien | friend
café | spaceship | noise planet | twins | contact
science fiction | aliens | spaceship
Karen Peters was at a (1) café in a quiet
(2) with her (3) . They I’m reading a brilliant (1) science fiction book
heard a strange (4) . Then they saw at the moment. It’s about two (2)
a (5) . An (6) appeared! who fly in a (3) from their
(4) to Earth. They are brother and
2 Read again. Match the questions to the sister who have the same birthday, so they are
answers. (5) . They try to make (6)
with the President of the USA!
1 What was the date when this happened? d
2 What time was it?
3 What was Karen doing?
4 What colour was the alien’s head?
5 What colour was the alien’s body?
6 Did Peter take a picture?

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Test 5 Reinforcement

Grammar __ / 30 4 Write negative past continuous sentences.

1 Underline the correct option.


1 The lions were eating a zebra.
The lions weren’t eating a zebra.
1 There was / were a spaceship in my 2 John was coming out of the florist’s.
garden.
2 There was / were five aliens. 3 Luke and Josh were waiting for the bus.
3 There wasn’t / weren’t any sound, but
there were lots of lights. 4 The man was carrying a mobile phone.
4 There wasn’t / weren’t a TV camera crew.
5 There were / weren’t any police officers. 5 It was raining.
6 There was / were twenty spaceships flying
in the sky. 6 The students were studying.

2 Circle the correct option.


5 Order the words to make past continuous
1 There was a / some pop song on the radio. questions.
2 There weren’t some / any trains.
3 Was there some / any hair on his head? 1 you / trousers / were / yesterday / wearing ?
4 There were a / some aliens. Were you wearing trousers yesterday?
5 There wasn’t a / some statue in the 2 writing / a / he / film / science fiction / was ?
square.
6 Were there some / any monsters under the 3 the postal worker / barking / the dog / was /
bed? at ?

3 Order the words to make past continuous 4 running / the children / the stairs / up /
sentences. were ?
1 cup of tea / having / a / Granny and
Grandad / at / were / 4 o’clock 5 the phone / was / ringing ?
Granny and Grandad were having a cup of
tea at 4 o’clock. 6 in the café / you / talking to / were / who ?
2 yesterday afternoon / shopping / James /
was 6 Underline the correct option.

1 I was walking / walked home when I met


3 crying / was / in / the garden / the baby Hugh.
2 When I saw / was seeing Penny, she was
getting on the train.
4 in / Mum / was / dinner / the kitchen / 3 They asked / were asking for directions
cooking when the spaceship landed.
4 When I told / was telling the FBI agents
about the spaceship, they were sitting in
5 was / the newspaper / Dad / reading their van.
5 The aliens danced / were dancing on the
van when the president arrived.
6 with Fred / I / tennis / was / playing 6 When the president tried / was trying to
make contact, we were watching him on
TV.

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Test 5 Reinforcement

Listening __ / 10 Writing __ / 20

1 Listen to the dialogue. Circle the correct 1 Underline the correct option.
option.
(1) When / One afternoon I was walking home
1 The boy’s name is Doug / Dan. from school (2) when / a minute later I heard a
2 He bought a raffle ticket / lottery ticket noise! I saw two green eyes – it was an alien
last week. with two heads! (3) When / A minute later I
3 Michelle is his sister / girlfriend. was in the alien’s spaceship!! It was great.
4 Doug won 1,200 / 120,000 euros. We had breakfast and we went flying in the
5 Doug lost / didn’t lose his ticket. spaceship. Later in the evening I arrived home
6 He is happy because he always / never safely. (4) In the end / The next day I saw the
wins. alien again (5) while / a minute later I was
walking to school. I went in the spaceship
2 Listen again. Complete these sentences
again. (6) In the end / One afternoon I went
with the words in the box.
with the alien to live on Jupiter.
impossible! | ’re joking! | don’t believe it! 2 Order the sentences to make a story.
lucky thing! | ’re joking! | way!
My keys were in my pocket!
When we got into the house, I took off my
1 A Well, I won!!
jacket and I heard a noise.
B You ’re joking!
While we were waiting in a café across the
2 A 120,000 euros!
street, my mum came home.
B No
1 One evening I went to the cinema with my
3 A That’s amazing, Doug…!
sister.
B You
I phoned my mum but there was no
4 A Um, guess what? I don’t know where it is.
answer.
B You
While we were walking home I couldn’t
5 A No, I’m not.
find my keys in my bag.
BI
6 A I think maybe I threw it in the bin.
B That’s You Speaking __ / 10
must have it!
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Test 5 Consolidation

Reading __ / 10 Vocabulary __ / 20

SCI-FI NEWS: Alien Sighting Interview


1 Match the sentence halves.
Sci-fi News speaks to Karen Peters about her
incredible experience last week. 1 They’re getting out of c
SFN Karen, tell us exactly what happened. 2 The girl with the umbrella is getting on
Karen Well, it was 3.25 p.m. on Sunday, 21st 3 The boy wearing jeans is coming out of
March, and I was sitting outside Berkley’s 4 There is a man with a laptop walking down
Café in the quiet village of Southward. 5 Two robbers are going into
It was a bit cloudy and I was having a 6 A woman with pink hair is running up
cup of tea with my friend, Peter Buyers.
Suddenly we heard a strange noise! There a the bus.
was a round, yellow object in the sky! It b the jeweller’s. I’m going to call the police!
was a spaceship! c the taxi now.
SFN Wow! What happened next? d the escalator. She must be late!
Karen The spaceship landed only 100 metres e the street. Can you see him?
from us and an alien got out! It had a red f the newsagent’s.
body and a yellow head. There was a 2 Complete the text with the words in the
strange yellow light everywhere. It was box. There’s one word you don’t need to
amazing! Peter was looking for his camera use.
when the alien just disappeared.
SFN Oh no! planet | twins | phone | contact
Karen We couldn’t believe it! science fiction | aliens | spaceship

1 Read the text. Complete the information


I’m reading a brilliant (1) science fiction
with the correct words.
book. It’s about two (2) who fly in a
Karen Peters was in a (1) café in a quiet (3) from their (4) to Earth.
(2) v with her (3) f . They They are brother and sister who have the
heard a strange (4) n . Then they saw same birthday, so they are (5) . They
a (5) s . An (6) a appeared! try to make (6) with the President of
America!
2 Read again. Answer the questions.

1 What was the date when this happened?


It was Sunday 21st March 2009.
2 What was the time?

3 What was she doing?

4 What colour was the alien’s body?

5 What two things were yellow?

6 Did Peter take a picture? Why?/Why not?

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Test 5 Consolidation

Grammar __ / 30 4 The man was carrying a mobile phone.

1 Complete the sentences with was / were 5 It was raining.


(✓) or wasn’t / weren’t (✗).
6 The students were studying.
1 There was (✓) a spaceship in my garden.
2 There (✓) five aliens.
3 There (✗) any sound, but there 5 Complete the past continuous questions
were lots of lights. with the verbs in brackets.
4 There (✗) a TV camera crew. 1 Were you wearing trousers yesterday?
5 There (✗) any police officers. (you / wear)
6 There (✓) twenty spaceships 2 a science fiction
flying in the sky. film? (he / write)
2 Complete the sentences with a, some or 3 at the postal
any. worker? (the dog / bark)
4 the stairs? (the
1 There was a pop song on the radio. children / run up)
2 There weren’t trains. 5 ? (the phone /
3 Was there hair on his head? ring)
4 There were aliens. 6 Who to in the
5 There wasn’t statue in the café? (you / talk)
square.
6 Were there monsters under the 6 Complete the sentences with the pairs of
bed? verbs in the box.

3 Write past continuous sentences. told / were sitting | saw / was getting on
tried / were watching | was walking / met
1 Granny and Grandad / have / a cup of tea /
were dancing / arrived | were asking / landed
at 4 o’clock
Granny and Grandad were having a cup of
tea at 4 o’clock. 1 I was walking home when I met Hugh.
2 James / shop / yesterday afternoon 2 When I Penny, she
the train.
3 The baby / cry / in the garden 3 They for directions
when the spaceship .
4 Mum / cook / dinner / in the kitchen 4 When I the FBI
agents about the spaceship, they
5 Dad / read / the newspaper in their van.
5 The aliens on the
6 I / play / tennis / with Fred FBI agents’ van when the president
.
6 When the president to
4 Write negative past continuous sentences. make contact, we him
1 The lions were eating a zebra. on TV.
The lions weren’t eating a zebra.
2 John was coming out of the florist’s.

3 Luke and Josh were waiting for the bus.

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Test 5 Consolidation

Listening __ / 10 Writing __ / 20

1 Listen to the dialogue. True or false? 1 Complete the story with the words in the
box.
1 The boy’s name is Doug.
True A minute later | In the end | while
2 He bought a raffle ticket last week.
The next day | One afternoon | when

3 Michelle is his sister.


(1) One afternoon I was walking home from
school (2) heard a noise!
4 Doug won 1,200 euros.
I saw two green eyes – it was an alien with
two heads! (3) I was in
5 Doug threw his lottery ticket in the bin.
the alien’s spaceship!! It was great. We had
breakfast and we went flying in spacecraft.
6 Doug’s numbers are the same as the ones
Later in the evening I arrived home safely.
in the newspaper.
(4) I saw the alien again
(5) I was walking to school.
2 Listen again. Complete what they say with I went in the spaceship again.
the words in the box. (6) I went with the alien to
live on Jupiter.
You’re joking! | You lucky thing!
That’s impossible! | You’re joking!
2 Write a story about a time you lost your
keys. Use the phrases from exercise 1.
No way! | I don’t believe it!
• When were you doing when it happened?
1 A Well, I won!! • What did you do next?
B You’re joking! • What happened in the end?
2 A I won lots of money…
B Speaking __ / 10
3 A That’s amazing, Doug!
B TOTAL __ / 100
4 A Um, guess what? I don’t know where it is.
B
5 A No, I’m not.
B
6 A I think maybe I threw it in the bin.
B You must
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Test 5 Extension

Reading __ / 10 4 What two things were yellow?

SCI-FI NEWS: Alien Sighting Interview 5 Was the alien dangerous? Why?/Why not?
Sci-fi News speaks to Karen Peters about her
incredible experience last week. 6 Did Peter take a picture? Why?/Why not?
SFN Karen, tell us exactly what happened.
Karen Well, it was 3.25 p.m. on Sunday 21st
March 2009, I was sitting outside
Vocabulary __ / 20
Berkley’s café, having a cup of tea with a
friend, Peter Buyers in the quiet village of
Southward. It was a cloudy day. Suddenly
1 Write the missing words.
we heard a strange noise. It came from 1 I’m just getting out of the taxi now.
the sky. We looked up at the clouds and 2 The girl with the umbrella is getting
saw something shining. We thought it the bus.
was a plane. Then there was nothing. A 3 The boy wearing jeans is coming
minute later we saw it again. There was a of the newsagent’s.
round, yellow object in the sky! It wasn’t a 4 There is a man with a laptop walking
plane – it was a spaceship! the street.
SFN Wow! What happened next? 5 Two police officers are going the
Karen Then it landed only 100 metres from us. jeweller’s.
An alien got out of the spaceship! It had 6 A woman with pink hair is walking
a red body and a yellow head. Its eyes the escalator.
were very small but friendly. The alien
smiled at us. There was a strange yellow 2 Complete the text with the words in the
light everywhere! I couldn’t believe it! box. There’s one word you don’t need to
Peter was looking for his camera but he use.
couldn’t find it. Then suddenly the alien
disappeared. planet | twins | contact | science fiction
SFN Oh no! phone | aliens | spaceship
Karen I know! Pete and I couldn’t believe it.
I’m reading a brilliant (1) science fiction
1 Read the text. Complete the information book. It’s about two (2) who fly in a
with the correct words. (3) from their (4) to Earth.
They are brother and sister who have the
Karen Peters was in a (1) café in a quiet same birthday, so they are (5) . They
(2) v with her (3) f . They try to make (6) with the President of
heard a strange (4) n . Then they saw America!
a (5) s . An (6) a appeared!

2 Read again. Answer the questions

1 When did this sighting happen?


It was Sunday 21st March 2009 at
3.25p.m.
2 What was she doing?

3 What colour was the alien’s body?

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Test 5 Extension

Grammar __ / 30 3 Luke and Josh were waiting for the bus.


(getting on)
1 Complete the sentences with there was /
there were or there wasn’t / there weren’t.
4 The man was carrying a mobile phone.
1 There was a spaceship in my garden. (buy)
2 some aliens.
3 any sound, but
a lot of lights. 5 It was raining. (snow)
4 some TV cameras.
5 any police officers.
6 twenty spaceships not 6 The students were studying. (eating lunch)
fifty!

2 Complete the sentences.

1 There was a pop song on the radio.


5 Make past continuous questions.
2 There weren’t trains. 1 you / wear / trousers yesterday ?
3 Was there hair on his head? Were you wearing trousers yesterday?
4 There were aliens. 2 he / write / a science fiction film ?
5 There wasn’t statue in the
square. 3 the dog / bark at / the postal worker ?
6 Were there monsters under the
bed? 4 the children / run up / the stairs ?
3 Write past continous sentences.
5 the phone / ring ?
1 Granny and Grandad / have / a cup of tea /
at 4 o’clock 6 who / you / talk to / in the café ?
Granny and Grandad were having a cup of
tea at 4 o’clock.
2 James / shop / yesterday afternoon
6 Complete the sentences with the verbs in
brackets. Use the past simple or the past
continuous.
3 The baby / cry / in the garden
1 I was walking (walk) home when I met
4 Mum / cook / dinner / in the kitchen (meet) Hugh.
2 When I (see) Penny, she
5 Dad / read / the newspaper (get on) the train.
3 They (ask) for directions
6 I / play / tennis / with Fred when the spaceship
(land).
4 Correct the past continuous sentences. Use
4 When I (tell) the
FBI agents about the spaceship, they
the verbs in brackets.
(sit) in their van.
1 The lions were eating a zebra. (sleep) 5 The aliens (dance) on
The lions weren’t eating a zebra. They were the FBI agents’ van when the president
sleeping. (arrive).
2 John was coming out of the florist’s. (going 6 When the president (try)
into) to make contact, we
(watch) him on TV.

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Test 5 Extension

Listening __ / 10 Writing __ / 20

1 Listen to the dialogue. True or false? 1 Complete the story with one word in each
Correct the false answers. gap.

1 The boy’s name is Doug. One afternoon , I was walking home from
True school I heard a noise.
2 He bought a raffle ticket last week. I saw two green eyes – it was an alien with
two heads! A minute ,
3 Michelle is his sister. I was in the alien’s spaceship! It was great.
We had breakfast and we went flying the the
4 Doug won 1,200 euros. spaceship. Later in the evening I arrived home
safely. The day, I saw the
5 Doug didn’t lose his ticket. alien again I was walking
to school. I went in the spaceship again. In the
6 Doug’s numbers are the same as the ones , I went with the alien to
on TV. live on Jupiter.

2 Write a story about a time you lost your


2 Listen again. Complete the dialogue with keys. Use the expressions in exercise 1.
what they say. Write about 50 words.

1 Doug Well, I won!!


Michelle You ’re joking!
2 Doug 120,000 euros!
Speaking __ / 10
Michelle TOTAL __ / 100
3 Kelly That’s amazing, Doug…!
Michelle
4 Doug Um, guess what? I don’t know
where it is.
Michelle
5 Doug No, I’m not.
Kelly
6 Doug I think maybe I threw it in the
bin.
Michelle You
must have it!

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Test 6 Reinforcement

Reading __ / 15 2 Read again. True or false?


TV Heaven 1 The family watch a lot of TV.
TV Heaven Magazine met the Carlyle family from True
Nottingham in England, to discuss their TV 2 The children watch cartoons while eating
watching habits. their dinner.

TV Heaven How much time do you spend 3 The parents like watching music
watching TV, as a family? programmes and dancing.
Stan We watch a lot of TV. We love it.
4 Stan and Jessica cook while they’re
TV Heaven What about in the morning?
watching TV.
Stan In the morning our two children, Paul and
Hazel, usually watch cartoons like The Simpsons 5 The son likes sport programmes best.
while they’re eating toast in the living room. So my
wife Jessica and I always have music programmes 6 The daughter doesn’t like reality shows.
on in the kitchen. We like dancing when we’re
putting on the dishwasher or cooking!
TV Heaven What about in the evening? Vocabulary __ / 20
Stan After school the kids drink juice and watch
TV in their bedrooms. Paul likes drama series like 1 Read the TV listings. Underline the correct
Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but Hazel prefers reality option.
shows like Big Brother.
9.00 Friends: Joey and Rachel nearly kiss.
1 Read the text. Underline the correct option.
10.45 Football Today
1 What type of text is this? 1.30 The Big Blue: The Pacific Ocean
A magazine article / A web page
2 Where are the family from? 3.30 I’m a Celebrity! Get Me Out Of Here!: Justin
Carlyle / Nottingham Timberlake isn’t enjoying the island!
3 Do the family like watching TV? 4.00 The Ricki Lake Show: Mel Gibson and
Yes / No Madonna are tonight’s guests.
4 Where do Stan’s children watch TV in the
4.30 Tom and Jerry: Classic animation.
morning?
In the living room / In the kitchen
1 What time is the documentary?
5 Where do Stan and Jessica watch TV in
At half past one / At half past four
the morning?
2 What time is the sitcom?
In the living room / In the kitchen
At nine o’clock / At four o’clock
6 Where do Stan’s children watch TV in the
3 What time is the sports programme?
evening?
At quarter to eleven / At half past three
In the living room / In their bedrooms
4 What time is the reality show?
At half past one / At half past three
5 What time is the cartoon?
At half past three / At half past four
6 What time is the chat show?
At quarter to eleven / At four o’clock

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Test 6 Reinforcement

2 Match the definitions 1–6 to the electrical 3 Complete the sentences with How much
appliances a–f. or How many.

1 Use this to clean your teeth. c 1 How many cafés are there in Leicester
2 Use this to remove hair on your face. Square?
3 Use this to clean glasses and plates. 2 money do you need a day?
4 Use this to make spaghetti. 3 information can you find on
5 Use this to keep ice-cream cold. the Internet about London?
6 Use this to change programmes on the TV. 4 museums are there in
London?
a dishwasher 5 time does it take to walk
b cooker from Victoria to the Embankment?
c electric toothbrush 6 trains go to Stratford from
d remote control London every day?
e electric razor
f fridge freezer
4 Circle the correct option.

1 A How many classes have you got a day?


B A lot / None. We’ve got five lessons a
Grammar __ / 25
day and at the other school they’ve only
got three!
1 Complete the table. Use the words in the
2 A How much homework have you got
box.
every night?
B Not much / Not many. It only takes
money | sitcom | homework | hobby
about an hour.
information | programme
3 A How many hours do you spend studying
at the weekend?
B A lot / None. I do it all on weekdays.
Countable nouns Uncountable nouns
4 A How much money do you earn a week?
money
B None / Not much. I deliver newspapers,
but it doesn’t pay very well.
5 A How many cars has your family got?
B A lot / None. We’ve got ten!
2 Underline the correct option. 6 A How many TV programmes can you
watch after school?
London is a great place to visit! There are B Not much / Not many. My friends watch
(1) a lot of / any interesting places to see: a lot more TV than I do!
Buckingham Palace, the British Museum
and Oxford Street. It’s easy to find your way 5 Complete the sentences with much or many.
around and there are (2) a lot of / any good
1 Daniel Craig hasn’t acted in many 007
guidebooks with maps. There aren’t
films, but he’s great!
(3) any / some maps on the streets though.
2 I like watching martial arts films, but there
There are (4) some / any Spanish restaurants
aren’t on at my local cinema.
and there (5) are any / a lot of Indian, Thai and
3 I haven’t seen cities in Spain.
Japanese restaurants. There are (6) any / some
4 My brother hasn’t got interest in
great parks to play sport in.
the news.
5 My dad doesn’t watch TV, he
prefers listening to the radio.
6 My best friend hasn’t got TV
channels because he hasn’t got satellite TV.
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Test 6 Reinforcement

Listening __ / 10 Writing __ / 20

1 Listen to the dialogues. Underline the 1 Complete the sentences with because or so.
correct option.
1 I never do much homework because I
1 Which machine are they using in the first watch a lot of TV.
dialogue? 2 I like laughing I watch a lot of
A washing machine / A dishwasher sitcoms.
2 What does the woman want to wash? 3 I want to learn Spanish I’m
White shorts / White shirts doing a Spanish course.
3 What temperature does she need? 4 I want a TV in my bedroom my
16 / 60 degrees best friend has a TV in his bedroom.
4 What does the Jake want to do? 5 I bought a TV for my bedroom I
Send a text message / Record sound want to watch my favourite programmes
5 Is it easy for him? from my bed!
Yes / No 6 I dropped my phone I can’t send
6 To start recording, what but on does Jake text messages.
need to press?
Green / Red
2 Write about you and your TV habits.
Answer the questions.
2 Listen again. Complete the text with the
1 Do you watch a lot of TV every day?
words in the box.

Stop | select | First | Press 2 How many TVs are there in your house?
starts | navigate
3 What are your favourite TV programmes?
Dialogue 1
4 When are they on?
(1) First you press the button at the top…
Then you (2) the temperature you
5 What programmes do you watch with your
need…
family?
Dialogue 2
(3) the key in the middle to
6 What programmes do you hate?
(4) the menu. Then select
‘recorder’.
Then press the red button and it
(5) recording. When you’re done, Speaking __ / 10
just press (6) .
TOTAL __ / 100

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Test 6 Consolidation

Reading __ / 15 2 Read again. True or false? Correct the false


sentences.
TV Heaven
TV Heaven Magazine met the Carlyle family from 1 The family watch a lot of TV.
Nottingham in England to discuss their TV True
watching habits. 2 The children watch cartoons while eating
their dinner.
TV Heaven How much time do you spend
watching TV, as a family? 3 The parents like watching music
Stan We watch a lot of TV. We love it. programmes and dancing.
TV Heaven What about in the morning?
4 Their son likes sport programmes best.
Stan In the morning my two children, Paul and
Hazel, usually watch cartoons like The Simpsons 5 Their daughter doesn’t like reality shows.
while they’re eating toast in the living room. So
my wife Jessica and I always watch music 6 The family watch a TV game show together.
programmes in the kitchen. We like dancing
while we’re putting dishes in the dishwasher or
cooking!
Vocabulary __ / 20
TV Heaven What about in the evening?
Stan After school the kids watch TV in their 1 Read the TV listings. Answer the questions.
bedrooms. Paul likes drama series like Buffy the
9.00 Friends: Joey and Rachel nearly kiss.
Vampire Slayer, but Hazel prefers reality shows
like Big Brother. And there are some good family 10.00 The Ten o’clock News
programmes in the evening, like Who Wants to be 10.30 Local Weather
a Millionaire? We all watch that together. 10.45 Football Today: Five of today’s games.
12.45 The X Factor
1 Read the text. Answer the questions with
1.30 The Big Blue: The Pacific Ocean
the words in the box.
2.30 Doctor Who: More time travelling in the solar system
with the Doctor.
Hazel’s | bedrooms | magazine article
living room | Nottingham | kitchen 3.30 I’m a Celebrity! Get Me Out Of Here!: Justin
Timberlake isn’t enjoying the island!
4.00 The Ricki Lake Show: Mel Gibson and Madonna are
1 What type of text is this? tonight’s guests.
A magazine article
4.30 Tom and Jerry: Classic animation.
2 Where are the family from?
1 What time is the documentary?
3 Where do Stan’s children watch TV in the
At half past one
morning?
2 What time is the sitcom?
In the
4 Where do Stan and Jessica watch TV in
3 What time is the sports programme?
the morning?
In the
4 What time is the reality show?
5 Where do Stan’s children watch their
favourite TV programmes?
5 What time is the cartoon?
In their
6 Whose favourite TV programme is Big
6 What time is the chat show?
Brother?
It’s
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Test 6 Consolidation

2 Match the definitions with the words in 3 Complete the sentences with How much
the box. or How many.

remote control | cooker | dishwasher 1 How many cafés are there in Leicester
electric toothbrush | fridge freezer Square?
electric razor 2 money do you need a day?
3 information can you find on
the Internet about London?
1 Use this to clean your teeth.
4 museums are there in
electric toothbrush London?
2 Use this to remove hair on your face.
5 time does it take to walk
from Victoria to the Embankment?
3 Use this to clean glasses and plates.
6 trains go to Stratford from
London every day?
4 Use this to make spaghetti.
4 Complete the sentences with a lot, not
5 Use this to keep ice-cream cold. much, not many or none.

1 A How many classes do you have a day?


6 Use this to change TV channels.
B A lot. We’ve got five lessons a day!
2 A How much homework do you have
every night?
Grammar __ / 25 B . It only takes about an hour.
3 A How many hours do you spend studying
1 Countable or uncountable? Write a or some. at the weekend?
B . I do it all on weekdays.
1 some money 4 A How much money do you earn a week?
2 sitcom B . I deliver newspapers for the
3 homework newsagent’s, but it doesn’t pay very well.
4 hobby 5 A How many cars has your family got?
5 information B . We’ve got ten!
6 programme 6 A How many TV programmes can you
2 Complete the text with the words in the watch after school?
box. B . My friends watch a lot
more TV than I do!
any | a lot of | many | much | some | a lot of 5 Complete the sentences with much or many.

1 Daniel Craig hasn’t acted in many 007


London is a great place to visit! There are
films, but I think he’s great!
(1) many interesting places to see:
2 I like watching martial arts films, but there
Buckingham Palace, the British Museum
aren’t on at my local cinema.
and Oxford Street. It’s easy to find your way
3 I haven’t seen cities in Spain.
around and there are (2) good
4 My brother hasn’t got interest in
guidebooks with maps – they’re everywhere!
the news.
There aren’t (3) maps on the streets
5 My dad doesn’t watch TV, he
though. There are (4) Spanish
prefers listening to the radio.
restaurants, but not many, and there are (5)
6 My best friend doesn’t have TV
great parks to play sport in! The
channels because he hasn’t got satellite
only problem is, there isn’t (6) time
TV.
to see everything in a week!

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Test 6 Consolidation

Listening __ / 10 2 I like relaxing and laughing. I always


choose comedy programmes on TV.
1 Listen to the dialogues and answer the
questions. Use the words in the box.
3 I want to learn Spanish. I’m doing a
red | 60 | washing machine Spanish course.
shirts | sound | top

1 In the first conversation, the button to 4 I want a TV in my bedroom. My friend has


press is at the top of the machine. a TV in his bedroom.
2 Which machine are they using in the first
conversation? A .
3 What does the woman want to wash? 5 I bought a TV for my bedroom. I want to
White . watch my favourite programmes from my
4 What temperature does she need? bed!
degrees.
5 What does Jake want to do? Record
. 6 I dropped my phone. I can’t send text
6 What colour is the button to start messages.
recording? It’s .

2 Listen again. Complete the text with the


words in the box. 2 Write about you and your TV habits.
Answer the questions.
select | First | Press | starts 1 Do you watch a lot of TV every day?
Stop | navigate

Dialogue 1 2 How many TVs are there in your house?


(1) First you press the button at the top…
Then you (2) the temperature you
need… 3 What are your favourite TV programmes?
Dialogue 2
(3) the key in the middle to
(4) the menu. Then select 4 When are they on?
‘recorder’.
Then press the red button and it
(5) recording. When you’re done, 5 What programmes do you watch with your
just press (6) . family?

Writing __ / 20
6 What programmes do you hate?

1 Join the two sentences. Use because or so.

1 I never do much homework. I watch a lot


of TV.
Speaking __ / 10
I never do much homework because I watch a
lot of TV. TOTAL __ / 100

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Test 6 Extension

Reading __ / 15 2 Read again. True or false? Correct the false


sentences.
TV Heaven
TV Heaven Magazine met the Carlyle family from 1 The family watch a lot of TV.
Nottingham, England to discuss their TV True
watching habits. 2 The children watch cartoons while eating
their dinner.
TV Heaven How much time do you spend
watching TV, as a family? 3 The parents like watching music
Stan We watch a lot of TV. We love it. programmes and dancing.
TV Heaven What about in the morning?
4 The son likes sport programmes best.
Stan In the morning my two children, Paul and
Hazel, usually watch cartoons like The Simpsons 5 The family watch a TV game show together.
while they’re eating toast in the living room. So my
wife Jessica and I always watch music 6 The father checks sport and weather online.
programmes in the kitchen. We like dancing when
we’re putting on the dishwasher or cooking!
TV Heaven What about in the evening? Vocabulary __ / 20
Stan After school the kids drink juice while
they’re watching TV in their bedrooms. Paul likes 1 Read the TV listings and answer the
drama series like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but questions. Write the types of programme.
Hazel prefers reality shows like Big Brother. And
9.00 Friends: Joey and Rachel nearly kiss.
there are some good quiz shows in the evening,
like Who Wants to be a Millionaire? We all watch 10.00 The Ten o’clock News
that together. 10.30 Local Weather
10.45 Football Today: Five of today’s games.
TV Heaven Do you spend much time surfing
the net? 12.45 The X Factor
1.30 The Big Blue: The Pacific Ocean
Stan Not much. I sometimes check the weather
forecasts or news programmes. 2.30 Doctor Who: More time travelling in the solar system
with the Doctor.
1 Read the text. Answer the questions. 3.30 I’m a Celebrity! Get Me Out Of Here!: Justin
Timberlake isn’t enjoying the island!
1 What type of text is this? 4.00 The Ricki Lake Show: Mel Gibson and Madonna are
A magazine article tonight’s guests.
2 Where are the family from? 4.30 Tom and Jerry: Classic animation.

3 Where do Stan’s children watch TV in the 1 What’s on at half past one? A documentary
morning? 2 What’s on at nine o’clock?
3 What’s on at quarter to eleven?
4 Where do Stan and Jessica watch TV in 4 What’s on at half past three?
the morning? 5 What’s on at half past four?
6 What’s on at four o’clock?
5 Where do Stan’s children watch their TV?

6 How much time does Stan spend online?

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Test 6 Extension

2 Read the definitions. Write the names of There aren’t (3) maps on the streets
the electrical appliances. though. There are (4) Spanish
restaurants, but not many, and there are
1 Use this to clean your teeth. (5) great parks to play sport in!
electric toothbrush The only problem is, there isn’t (6)
2 Use this to remove hair on your face. time to see everything in a week!
e r
3 Use this to clean glasses and plates. 3 Complete the sentences with How much
d or How many.
4 Use this to make spaghetti. 1 How many cafés are there in Leicester
c Square?
5 Use this to keep ice-cream cold. 2 money do you need a day?
f f 3 information can you find on
6 Use this to change TV programmes. the Internet about London?
r c 4 museums are there in
London?
Grammar __ / 25 5 time does it take to walk
from Victoria to the Embankment?
1 Complete the sentences with one word.
6 trains go to Stratford from
London every day?
1 I need some money to go to the cinema.
2 I’m watching sitcom at the
4 Complete the sentences with a lot, not
much, not many or none.
moment.
3 I can’t play football right now – I’ve got 1 A How many classes do you have a day?
homework to do. B A lot. We have five lessons a day and
4 There’s programme on TV at at the other school they only have three!
8 p.m. about Ancient Egypt. 2 A How much homework do you have
5 I’m looking for information every night?
about Australia. B . It only takes about an hour.
6 people prefer documentaries to 3 A How many hours do you spend studying
soap operas, but not many! at the weekend?
2 Complete the text with the words in the box.
B . I do it all on weekdays.
4 A How much money do you earn a week?
There’s one word you don’t need to use.
B . I deliver newspapers for the
any | a lot of | many | much newsagent’s, but it doesn’t pay very well.
none | some | a lot of 5 A How many cars has your family got?
B . We’ve got ten!
6 A How many TV programmes can you
London is a great place to visit! There are
watch after school?
(1) many interesting places to see:
B . My friends watch a lot
Buckingham Palace, the British Museum
more TV than I do!
and Oxford Street. It’s easy to find your way
around and there are (2) good
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Test 6 Extension

5 Make negative sentences. Use much or Writing __ / 20


many.

1 Daniel Craig has made a lot of 007 films!


1 Join the two sentences. Use because or so.
Daniel Craig hasn’t made many 007 films. 1 I never do much homework. I watch a lot
2 There are a lot of reality shows on TV. of TV.
I never do much homework because I watch a
3 I’ve seen a lot of cities in Spain. lot of TV.
2 I like relaxing and laughing. I always
4 My brother has got a lot of interest in the choose comedy programmes on TV.
news.

5 My sister watches a lot of TV. 3 I want to learn Spanish. I’m doing a


Spanish course.
6 My dad does a lot of cooking.

4 I want a TV in my bedroom. My friend has


a TV in his bedroom.
Listening __ / 10

1 Listen to the dialogues. Answer the 5 I bought a TV for my bedroom. I want to


questions. watch my favourite programmes from my
1 In the first dialogue, where is the button? bed!
It’s at the top of the machine.
2 Which machine are they using in the first
conversation? 6 I dropped my phone. I can’t send text
message.
3 What does the woman want to wash?

4 What temperature does she need? 2 Write about the TV programmes you and
your family like and dislike. Write about
5 What does Jake want to do? 50 words.

6 Is it easy for him?


Speaking __ / 10
2 Listen again. Complete what they say.
TOTAL __ / 100
Dialogue 1
(1) First you press the button at the top…
Then you (2) the temperature you
need…
Dialogue 2
(3) the key in the middle to
(4) the menu. Then select
‘recorder’.
Then press the red button and it
(5) recording. When you’re done,
just press (6) .

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Term Test 2
Reinforcement

Reading __ / 10 Vocabulary __ / 20

What’s on tonight?
1 Complete the text. Use the words in the box.
Star Quest: Channel 1, 8 p.m.
Planet Nova is about to explode! Can Patrick down | out | into | in | up | out of
Walsh, Captain of the spaceship Altea, save this
strange planet?
Star Spotting
Sabrina: TV4, 9.30 p.m.
In the last episode, Sabrina was shopping in town Last week, I was in Hollywood. While I was
when she saw a man in the street. His hair was touring Universal Studios I saw some brilliant
long, he had a beard and his face was dirty, but star spots! I was going (1) into the café as
she knew those eyes! It was him – Skyler! Is he Tom Hanks was coming (2) it. In
really back? the lift, I was standing next to Julia Roberts.
And as we were getting (3) Will
Billionaire!: BBTV, 6.30 p.m.
Smith was getting (4) . And my
When he was two Adam Wellington could read
best star spot of all: as I was leaving Universal
and write. By the age of four he could speak five
Studios I saw Jennifer Aniston running
languages. He’s Britain’s smartest man and there
(5) the main steps to get into her
aren’t any questions he can’t answer! Is he smart
car and Russell Crowe was running
enough to be our next Billionaire?
(6) the stairs to go inside!
1 Read the text. Underline the correct 2 Complete the crossword.
option. 1
S
1 You can probably find this text in a
magazine / a newspaper.
2 This text is about films / television shows. 2
M I C R O W A V E
3 Sabrina is a soap opera / a documentary.
4 Star Quest is a science fiction programme / 3
a comedy. M
5 Billionaire is a news programme / a quiz
4
show. W
6 Billionaire features real people / celebrities.
5

2 Read again. True or false?


C

1 Patrick Walsh is the smartest man in


Britain.
False Across
2 Planet Nova is not in danger. 2 You use a microwave to heat food quickly.
3 You use your to talk and eat.
3 Patrick Walsh’s spaceship is called Altea. 4 To find out if it’s going to be sunny
tomorrow, watch the report.
4 Sabrina sees a man with a long beard. 5 Use a to make a big dinner.
Down
5 Adam Wellington is more intelligent than 1 A is a TV programme that will
anyone in Britain. make you laugh.
2 Hair above your lips is called a .
6 When he was four, Adam Wellington could
speak five languages.

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Term Test 2
Reinforcement

Grammar __ / 30 4 Underline the correct option.

1 Complete the text with was/wasn’t, were/


An amazing thing (1) happened / was
happening to me last night! I (2) came / was
weren’t or could/couldn’t.
coming out of a café when my mobile
Hi, my name’s Ben. I live in New York with my (3) rang / was ringing. They (4) looked /
mum, dad and my sister, Beth. My grandad were looking for Jonathan Fine. ‘That’s me,’
(1) wasn’t from America. He’s Irish, just like I (5) said / was saying. Then they (6) invited /
my grandma, so we’re Irish-Americans. were inviting me to be a contestant in a quiz
My grandad (2) find work in Ireland. show on TV!
In America, he (3) be a taxi driver
because he (4) drive.
5 Complete the sentences with there’s/there
isn’t or there are/there aren’t.
My grandparents (5) rich, but they
(6) happy. 1 There aren’t any heroes today like Martin
2 Circle the correct option.
2
Luther King!
some really interesting food
1 Scientists identified / identifyed a new at this restaurant.
planet last month. 3 a lot of fun things to do in
2 I was living / lived in Italy for three years. London!
3 We watchd / watched Star Trek last night. 4 I don’t know how to use this washing
4 I’m sorry, I didn’t see / sawn’t the stop sign. machine. any instructions!
5 They studied / were studying a lot for the 5 I really want a new pair of shoes and
exam, but they got bad marks anyway. some great sales at the
6 Did Argentina won / win the World Cup? shops!
6 Quick! Hurry up! any time
3 Tick the correct sentence, a or b. left!
1 a I was watching TV when you called. ✓ 6 Complete the sentences with much or
b I watched TV when you called. many.
2 a We was looking for you at the concert.
b We were looking for you at the concert. 1 How much memory is there on your
3 a When they arrested him, he was robbed mobile?
the jeweller’s. 2 I don’t watch TV programmes.
b When they arrested him, he was 3 How time do you spend with
robbing the jeweller’s. your grandparents?
4 a It was raining when Julia got home. 4 This mobile phone plan doesn’t offer
b It is raining when Julia got home. free minutes.
5 a She wasn’t crying; she was laughing. 5 How songs do you like on the
b She not crying; she was laughing. new Coldplay album?
6 a What you were listening to? 6 I haven’t got music on my MP3
b What were you listening to? player yet.

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Term Test 2
Reinforcement

Listening __ / 10 2 Write a story about an important event


in your life: something that changed you.
1 Listen to the dialogue. Circle the correct Answer the questions. Use the words from
option. exercise 1.

1 Alan’s got a terrible headache / toothache. 1 What is your story about?


2 Alan / Dan went to a party.
3 Sarah / Sarah’s brother won the lottery.
4 Dan tells Alan to press the key at the top / 2 Where were you living?
in the middle.
5 A man / Alan’s Mum was dancing on a
table. 3 How old were you?
6 Alan has pictures in his camera / phone.

2 Listen again. True or false? 4 What happened?


1 Dan couldn’t sleep last night.
False
2 Sarah is Alan’s girlfriend. 5 What happened in the end?

3 Alan’s brother won the lottery.


6 How did this event change you? Why is it
4 Dan and Alan have the same phone. important?

5 Dan knows how to use the phone.

6 There’s another party tomorrow night. Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100

Writing __ / 20

1 Complete the story with the words in the


box.

One morning | after | so | In the end


because | Before

(1) One morning , I was late for school


(2) I ran to the bus stop. I couldn’t
run fast (3) my bag was very heavy.
(4) reaching the bus stop, I saw a
bus leaving. Then I waited for a long time until
another one came. But (5) getting
on the bus, I saw that I didn’t have any money.
I left my wallet at home! (6) I got off
the bus and I didn’t go to school that day.

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Term Test 2
Consolidation

Reading __ / 10 2 Read again. True or false? Correct the false


sentences.
What’s on tonight?
Star Quest: Channel 1, 8 p.m. 1 Patrick Walsh is the smartest man in
Planet Nova is about to explode! Can Patrick Britain.
Walsh, Captain of the Spaceship Altea, save this False – Adam Wellington is Britain’s
strange planet? And are the aliens he encounters smartest man.
friends or enemies? 2 Planet Nova is not in danger.
Sabrina: TV4, 9.30 p.m.
3 Patrick Walsh wants to save the people of a
In the last episode, Sabrina was shopping in town
strange planet.
when she saw a man in the street. His hair was
long, he had a beard and his face was dirty, but
4 Sabrina sees a man with a long beard.
she knew those eyes! It was him – Skyler! Is he
really back?
5 When he was four, Adam Wellington could
Billionaire!: BBTV, 6.30 p.m. read and write.
When he was two Adam Wellington could read
and write. By the age of four he could speak five 6 While we sleep, there are mites and
languages. He’s Britain’s smartest man and there bacteria in our bed.
aren’t any questions he can’t answer! So is he
smart enough to be our next Billionaire?
The Truth About...: TV7, 9.00 p.m.
How much time do you spend sleeping? Vocabulary __ / 20
While you were sleeping last night, many tiny
organisms – mites and bacteria – were having 1 Complete the text with the words in the
their dinner. In your bed! What’s The Truth About box. There’s one word you don’t need to
the mattress you were sleeping on? Find out use.
tonight!
down | on | out | into | in | up | out of
1 Read the text. Match the descriptions with
the shows. Star Spotting
1 You can probably find this text in d Last week, I was in Hollywood. While I was
2 This text is about touring Universal Studios I saw some brilliant
3 The Truth About... is star spots! I was going (1) into the café as
4 Star Quest is Tom Hanks was coming (2) it. In
5 Billionaire is the lift, I was standing next to Julia Roberts.
6 Sabrina is And as we were getting (3) Will
Smith was getting (4) . And my
a a science fiction programme. best star spot of all: as I was leaving Universal
b a soap opera. Studios I saw Jennifer Aniston running
c a documentary. (5) the main steps to get into her
d a newspaper. car and Russell Crowe was running
e television shows. (6) the stairs to go inside!
f a quiz show.

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Term Test 2
Consolidation

2 Complete the crossword. 3 You / watch / Star Trek / last night ?

1
4 My teacher / give / me / a bad mark / in the
last exam

2
M I C R O W A V E 5 I / not see / the stop sign

3 6 Argentina / win / World Cup

4
3 Complete the sentences with the verbs in
brackets. Use the past continuous.
5
1 I was watching TV when you called. (watch)
2 We for you at the
concert. (look)
3 When they arrested him, he
Across the jeweller’s. (rob)
2 You use a microwave to heat food quickly. 4 It when Julia got home.
3 You use your to talk and eat. (rain)
4 To find out if it’s going to be sunny 5 I TV, I promise! (not
tomorrow, watch the report. watch)
5 Use a to make a big dinner. 6 She her homework when
Down I last saw her. (do)
1 A is a TV programme that will
make you laugh.
4 Underline the correct option.
2 Hair above your lips is called a . An amazing thing (1) happened / was
happening to me last night! I (2) came / was
coming out of a café when my mobile (3) rang /
Grammar __ / 30
was ringing. They (4) looked / were looking
for Jonathan Fine. ‘That’s me,’
1 Complete the text with the correct form
I (5) said / was saying. Then they (6) invited /
of be or can.
were inviting me to be a contestant in a quiz
Hi, my name’s Ben. I live in New York with my show on TV!
mum, dad and my sister, Beth. My grandad
(1) wasn’t from America. He’s Irish, just like
5 Write present simple sentences.
my grandma, so we’re Irish-Americans. 1 There / be not / any heroes today like
My grandad (2) find work in Ireland. Martin Luther King!
In America, he (3) be a taxi driver There aren’t any heroes today like Martin
because he (4) drive. Luther King!
My grandparents (5) rich, but they 2 There / be / some really interesting food at
(6) happy. this restaurant.
2 Write past simple sentences.
3 There / be / a lot of fun things to do in
1 Scientists / identify / new planet / last London!
month
Scientists identified a new planet last month. 4 There / be not / any instructions for this
2 I / wear / my new dress / to the party washing machine!

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Term Test 2
Consolidation

5 There / be / some really great sales at the Writing __ / 20


shops.
1 Complete the story with the words in the
6 There / be not / much time left! Hurry up! box.

6 Complete the questions with How much One morning | after | so | In the end
or How many. Then underline the correct because | Before
short answer.
(1) One morning , I was late for school
1 How much memory is there on your (2) I ran to the bus stop. I couldn’t
mobile? Not much. / Not many. run fast (3) my bag was very heavy.
2 TV programmes do you (4) reaching the bus stop, I saw a
watch every day? Not much. / Not many. bus leaving. Then I waited for a long time until
3 time do you spend with another one came. But (5) getting
your grandparents? Much. / A lot. on the bus, I saw that I didn’t have any money.
4 free text messages can I I left my wallet at home! (6) I got off
send each month? None. / Not much. the bus and I didn’t go to school that day.
5 music do you download
every week? A lot! / Much! 2 Write a story about an important event
6 songs do you buy for your in your life, something that changed you.
phone? Not much. / None. Answer the questions and use the words
from exercise 1.

Listening __ / 10 1 What is your story about?

1 Listen to the dialogue. Circle the correct


option. 2 What were you doing when the event
happened? / Where were you living?
1 Alan’s got a terrible headache / toothache.
2 Alan / Dan went to a party.
3 Sarah / Sarah’s brother won the lottery. 3 How old were you? / What was life like
4 Dan tells Alan to press the key at the top / before it happened?
in the middle.
5 A man / Alan’s mum was dancing on a table.
6 Alan has pictures in his camera / phone. 4 What happened?
2 Listen again. True or false? Correct the
false sentences.
5 What was life like after it happened?
1 Dan couldn’t sleep last night.
False – Alan couldn’t sleep last night.
2 Sarah is Alan’s girlfriend. 6 How did this event change you? Why is it
important?
3 Alan’s brother won the lottery.

4 Dan and Alan have the same phone.

5 Dan knows how to use the phone.


Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100
6 There’s another party tomorrow night.

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Term Test 2
Extension

Reading __ / 10 2 Read again. Answer the questions.


What’s on tonight? 1 What is the name of Patrick Walsh’s
Star Quest: Channel 1, 8 p.m. spaceship?
Planet Nova is about to explode! Can Patrick The Altea.
Walsh, Captain of the Spaceship Altea, save this 2 Who is the smartest man in Britain?
strange planet? And are the aliens he encounters
friends or enemies? 3 How old was he when he could read and
write?
Sabrina: TV4, 9.30 p.m.
In the last episode, Sabrina was shopping in
4 Who is Skyler?
town when she saw a man in the street. His hair
was long, he had a beard and his face was dirty,
5 What happened to Skyler?
but she knew those eyes! It was him – Skyler!
Sabrina’s husband disappeared two years ago. Is
6 Where do mites and bacteria live?
he really back?
Billionaire!: BBTV, 6.30 p.m.
When he was two Adam Wellington could read
and write. By the age of four he could speak Vocabulary __ / 20
five languages. His IQ is 178 and he’s Britain’s
smartest man. There aren’t any questions he 1 Complete the text with the words in the
can’t answer, but is he smart enough to be our box.
next Billionaire?
The Truth About: TV7, 9.00 p.m. running down | getting out | going into
How much time do you spend sleeping? getting in | running up | coming out of
While you were sleeping last night, many tiny
organisms – bacteria and mites – were having Star Spotting
their dinner. What were they eating? The dead Last week, I was in Hollywood. While I was
skin and hair in your bed! What’s The Truth touring Universal Studios I saw some brilliant
About the mattress you sleep on every night? star spots! I was (1) going into the café as
Find out tonight! Tom Hanks was (2) it. In
the lift, I was standing next to Julia Roberts.
1 Read the text. Match the descriptions with And as we were (3) , Will
the shows. Smith was (4) . And my
1 You can probably find this text in d best star spot of all: as I was leaving Universal
2 This text is about Studios I saw Jennifer Aniston
3 The Truth About is (5) the main steps to get
4 Star Quest is into her car and Russell Crowe was
5 Billionaire is (6) the stairs to go inside!
6 Sabrina is

a a science fiction programme.


b a soap opera.
c a documentary.
d a newspaper.
e television shows.
f a quiz show.

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Term Test 2
Extension

2 Complete the sentences. 3 Tick (✓) or correct the sentences.

1 You use a microwave to heat food quickly. 1 I watched TV when you called.
2 You use your to talk and eat. I was watching TV when you called.
3 To find out if it’s going to be sunny 2 We was looking for you at the concert.
tomorrow, watch the report.
4 You use the to make a big 3 When they arrested him, he was robbing
dinner. the jeweller’s.
5 A is a type of TV programme
that will make you laugh. 4 It is raining when Julia got home.
6 The hair above your lips is called a
. 5 She wasn’t crying; she was laughing.

6 What you were listening to?


Grammar __ / 30

1 Complete the sentences with the past 4 Complete the text with the past simple
simple form of the verb in brackets. or past continuous form of the verbs in
brackets.
1 There wasn’t any milk in the fridge. (be)
2 When I was two, I read or write. An amazing thing (1) happened (happen) to
(can) me last night. I (2)
3 There a lot of people waiting at (come) out of a café when my mobile
the station. (be) (3) (rang).
4 I play the piano when I was They (4) (look)
nine, but now I can’t. (can) for Jonathan Fine. ‘That’s me,’
5 They fly to France because the I (5) (say). Then
weather was bad. (can) they (6) (ask) me
6 There any aliens, but I saw to be a contestan in a quiz show on TV!
some strange lights. (be)
5 Correct the sentences.
2 Write past simple sentences.
1 There aren’t some heroes today like Martin
1 scientists / identify / new planet / last Luther King!
month There aren’t any heroes today like Martin
Scientists identified a new planet last month. Luther King!
2 I / wear / my new dress / to the party 2 There are any really interesting food at this
restaurant.
3 you / watch / Star Trek / last night ?
3 There is a lot of fun things to do in London!
4 what / Captain Kirk / do ?
4 There isn’t any instructions for this
5 I / not see / stop sign washing machine!

6 when / Argentina / win / World Cup ? 5 There is some really great sales at the shops.

6 There aren’t much time left! Hurry up!

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Term Test 2
Extension

6 Write questions with How much or How Writing __ / 20


many. Then circle the correct answer.

1 there is / memory / on your mobile ?


1 Complete the story with the words in the
box. There’s one word you don’t need to
How much memory is there on your mobile?
use.
– Not much. / Not many.
2 you watch / TV programmes / every day ?
One morning | after | so | In the end
because | Before | until
– Not much. / Not many.
3 you spend / time / with your cousins ?
(1) One morning , I was late for school
(2) I ran to the bus stop. I couldn’t
– Much. / A lot.
run fast (3) my bag was very heavy.
4 there are / free text messages ?
(4) reaching the bus stop, I saw a
bus leaving. Then I waited for a long time until
– None. / Not much.
another one came. But (5) getting
5 your brother download / music ?
on the bus, I saw that I didn’t have any money.
I left my wallet at home! (6) I got off
– A lot! / Much!
the bus and I didn’t go to school that day.
6 you buy / songs / for your phone ?
2 Write a story about an important event
– Not much. / None. in your life: something that changed you.
Write about 50 words. Use the words from
exercise 1 and these questions to help you:
Listening __ / 10
• What were you doing when the event
1 Listen to the dialogue. Complete the happened?
sentences. • Where were you living?
• How old were you?
1 Alan is talking to Dan .
• What happened first / next / in the end?
2 Alan has a terrible .
• What was life like before / after it
3 went to a party.
happened?
4 Dan tells Alan to press the key
• How did this event change you?
.
• Why is it important?
5 was dancing on a table.
6 Alan has pictures in his .
Speaking __ / 10
2 Listen again. Answer the questions.
TOTAL __ / 100
1 Why doesn’t Alan feel well?
He didn’t sleep last night.
2 What was Alan doing last night?

3 Who is Sarah?

4 Who won the lottery?

5 What does Alan want to show Dan?

6 Where does Alan invite Dan?

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Test 7 Reinforcement

Reading __ / 10 5 You shouldn’t do exercise 2 or 3 hours


before bedtime.
The Sleep Doctor by Alice Phillips
My name is Alice Phillips. I’m a doctor and I help 6 Working in bed doesn’t help you sleep.
people get to sleep. Do you have trouble falling
asleep at night? Or maybe a friend or member
of your family has sleep problems? Well, keep
Vocabulary __ / 20
reading and I’ll give you some tips that work!
• You shouldn’t eat or drink anything with
caffeine (like coffee or tea or even chocolate)
1 Match 1–6 with a–f.
before going to bed. If possible, have your last 1 eat a all the time
caffeine at lunchtime. 2 drink b a balanced diet
• You mustn’t eat big meals near bedtime. You 3 get c time to relax
should have a glass of warm milk instead. 4 stay inside d late
• You should only use your bed for sleeping. So 5 stay up e stressed
don’t work in bed! 6 take f plenty of water
• You should try to relax before bedtime. Doing
exercise 2 or 3 hours before going to bed is a 2 Complete the crossword.
good way to relax. Yoga is great. 1
L
Try my tips and good luck! 2
A I
Alice 3
B T E
1 Read the text. Underline the correct D
option. S O
4
1 What is the writer’s job? W H
5
She’s a doctor / teacher. I N L
2 Who does she want to help?
6
People with food / sleep problems. S E
3 What doesn’t she talk about?
Exercise / The type of bed Across
4 What does she talk about? 3 You in and out slowly when you
Coffee / Meditation do yoga.
5 What shouldn’t you do in bed? 5 Another word for ‘breathe in’.
Work / Do yoga 6 ‘Put your arms by your .’
6 Why is exercise good? Down
It helps you to relax / do yoga. 1 You lie down when you sleep.
2 Read again. True or false?
2 You have two
hands on the end.
and they have

1 Coffee and tea help you sleep. 4 Your has five fingers.
False
2 It’s OK to drink chocolate before going to
bed.

3 It’s good to eat big meals before bed, but


you must drink milk.

4 Yoga can relax you and help you sleep.

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Test 7 Reinforcement

Grammar __ / 30 4 Tick the correct sentence, a or b.

1 a You must to go.


1 Underline the correct option.
b You must go. ✓
1 You should / You’re should go now! 2 a They musnt be late.
2 They should / should to travel. b They mustn’t be late.
3 He should / shoulds drink water. 3 a We must speaking quietly.
4 She doesn’t should / shouldn’t drink a lot of b We must speak quietly.
coffee. 4 a You are mustn’t open your eyes.
5 Should you / Do you should stay up late? b You mustn’t open your eyes.
6 We should relax / relaxing more. 5 a I mustn’t be late.
b I mustn’t to be late.
2 Change positive sentences to negative and 6 a We mustn’t open it!
negative sentences to positive. b We mustn’t to open it!
1 You should walk.
You shouldn’t walk. 5 Read the text. Circle the correct option.
2 You shouldn’t eat chocolate.
Exams
3 You shouldn’t wear a seatbelt. Before you take an exam, you (1) should /
must prepare carefully. You (2) should / mustn’t
4 You should drink a lot of juice. try to have a good night’s sleep the night
before, and you (3) shouldn’t / must try to
5 You should fly tomorrow. learn anything new in the morning or you’ll
get stressed.
6 You shouldn’t read that. In the exam, you (4) shouldn’t / must read
the questions carefully. You (5) should /
3 Order the words to make questions. must answer all the questions. Finally, you
(6) shouldn’t / mustn’t look at your friends’
1 to / when / bed / go / should / we ? answers!
When should we go to bed?
2 should / go / I / where ? 6 Underline the correct short answer.

1 Should I phone Sam?


3 she / what / do /should ? Yes, you should. / Yes, you should phone.
2 Should we tell my mum?
4 go / bed / when / to / should / she ? Yes, you tell. / Yes, you should.
3 Should they eat junk food?
5 do / why / Helen / should / exercise ? No, they should. / No, they shouldn’t.
4 Should you sleep eight hours a night?
6 they / take / should / breaks / when ? Yes, you do. / Yes, you should.
5 Should she press the green key?
No, she shouldn’t. / No, she should.
6 Should I stand up?
No, you don’t stand. / No, you shouldn’t.

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Test 7 Reinforcement

Listening __ / 10 4 Water is good for you. I prefer cola.


Although ,
1 Listen to the dialogue. Underline the .
correct option. 5 Kings of Leon are a good band. TV on the
Radio are better.
1 Kate and Simon are talking about but
studying for exams / yoga. .
2 Simon thinks / doesn’t think yoga is useful. 6 More people play football than rugby. They
3 Kate thinks yoga helps you to relax / are both popular sports.
breathe. Although ,
4 Kate does / doesn’t do yoga. .
5 Kate thinks yoga can help the body /the
body and the mind. 2 Write about staying healthy. Answer the
6 Kate thinks football is like yoga / questions. Use the words in brackets.
not interesting. 1 What should I do to stay healthy? (do
2 Listen again. Complete what they say with regular exercise)
the expressions a–f. You should do regular exercise to stay healthy.
2 What mustn’t I do in an exam? (get
1 Simon d relaxation techniques are a stressed)
waste of time.
2 Kate Yoga helps you to relax.
3 Simon Really? 3 What shouldn’t I do to not feel tired? (stay
4 Simon They’re just mad. up late)
5 Kate You should try yoga. it’s good for
your mind and body.
6 Simon I think it’s boring, Kate. 4 What must I do to feel relaxed? (sleep eight
hours)
a Do you think so?
b I think
c I don’t think that’s true. 5 What mustn’t I eat? (junk food)
d In my opinion,
e I don’t agree.
f Let’s agree to disagree. 6 What should I do to get fit? (go jogging)

Writing __ / 20

1 Rewrite the two sentences using but or Speaking __ / 10


although.
TOTAL __ / 100
1 I like football. I prefer tennis.
I like football, but I prefer tennis.
2 I like France. I really like Italy.
Although ,
.
3 Fruit is good for you. You shouldn’t drink
too much fruit juice.
, but
.

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Test 7 Consolidation

Reading __ / 10 3 It’s good to eat big meals before bed, but


you must drink milk.
The Sleep Doctor by Alice Phillips
My name is Alice Phillips. I’m a doctor and 4 Yoga can relax you and help you sleep.
I specialise in relaxation and helping people get to
sleep. Do you have trouble falling asleep at night? 5 You shouldn’t do exercise 2 or 3 hours
Or maybe a friend or member of your family has before bed.
sleep problems? Well, keep reading and I’ll give
you some tips that work! 6 Working in bed can help you sleep.
• You shouldn’t eat or drink anything with
caffeine (like coffee or tea or even chocolate)
before going to bed – the brain is usually more
Vocabulary __ / 20
active after caffeine. If possible, have your last
caffeine at lunchtime.
• You mustn’t eat big meals near bedtime. You
1 Match 1–6 with a–f.
should have a glass of warm milk instead. 1 eat a all the time
• You should only use your bed for sleeping. So 2 drink b a balanced diet
don’t work in bed! 3 get c time to relax
• You should try to relax before bedtime. Doing 4 stay inside d late
exercise 2 or 3 hours before going to bed is a 5 stay up e stressed
good way to relax. Yoga is great. 6 take f plenty of water
Try my tips and good luck!
Alice 2 Complete the crossword.
1
L
1 Read the text. Complete the answers with 2
A I
the words in the box. 3
B T E
work | coffee | sleep | relax | milk | doctor D
S O
4
1 What is the writer’s job? She’s a doctor . W H
5
2 Who does she want to help? People with I N L
problems.
6
3 What shouldn’t you drink before bedtime? S E
You shouldn’t drink .
4 What should you drink before going to Across
bed? A glass of warm . 3 You in and out slowly when you
5 What shouldn’t you do in bed? You do yoga.
shouldn’t . 5 Another word for ‘breathe in’.
6 Why is exercise good? It helps you to 6 ‘Put your arms by your .’
. Down
1 You lie down when you sleep.
2 Read again. True or false? Correct the false
2 You have two and they have
sentences.
hands on the end.
1 Coffee helps you sleep. 4 Your has five fingers.
False – it can stop you sleeping.
2 After drinking caffeine your brain is more
active.

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Test 7 Consolidation

Grammar __ / 30 4 Complete the sentences with must or


mustn’t.
1 Underline the correct option.
1 You’ll be late for the train. You must go.
1 You should / ’re should go now! 2 They’ve got an exam tomorrow. They
2 They should to / should travel. stay up late.
3 He should / shoulds drink water. 3 The baby’s sleeping. She speak
4 She doesn’t should / shouldn’t drink a lot of quietly.
coffee. 4 Wait! It’s a surprise! You open
5 Should you / Do you should stay up late? your eyes.
6 We should relax / relaxing more. 5 You press the green key to
switch it on.
2 Write sentences using should or shouldn’t. 6 Janet’s training for a marathon. She
1 You / walk ✓ eat junk food.
You should walk. 5 Complete the text with the words in the
2 You / eat chocolate ✗ box.

3 You / wear a seatbelt ✓ should | must | shouldn’t


should | mustn’t | must
4 You / drink a lot of juice ✗
Before you take an exam you (1) should
5 You / fly tomorrow ✗
prepare carefully. You (2) try to have
a good night’s sleep the night before. You
6 You / read this ✓
(3) try to learn anything new in the
3 Order the words to make questions. morning or you’ll get stressed.
In the exam, you (4) read the
1 to / when / bed / go / should / we ? questions carefully. You (5) answer
When should we go to bed? all the questions. Finally, you (6)
2 should / go / I / where ? look at your friends’ answers!

3 she / what / do /should ?


6 Complete the short answers.
4 go / bed / when / to / should / she ?
1 Should I phone Sam?
Yes, you should.
5 do / why / Helen / should / exercise ?
2 Should we tell my mum?
Yes, .
6 they / take / should / breaks / when ?
3 Should they eat junk food?
No, .
4 Should you sleep eight hours a night?
Yes, .
5 Should she press the green key?
No, .
6 Should I stand up?
No, .

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Test 7 Consolidation

Listening __ / 10 4 Water is good for you. I prefer cola. (although)

1 Listen to the dialogue. Complete the


sentences with the words in the box. 5 Kings of Leon are a good band. TV on the
Radio are better. (but)
mind | yoga | interesting | relax
boring | does
6 More people play football than rugby. They
are both popular sports. (although)
1 Kate and Simon are talking about yoga .
2 Simon thinks yoga is .
3 Kate thinks yoga helps you to .
4 Kate yoga. 2 Write about staying healthy. Answer the
5 Kate thinks yoga can help the body and questions.
the .
6 Kate doesn’t think football is . 1 What should I do to stay healthy?

2 Listen again. Complete what they say with


the expressions a–f. 2 What mustn’t I do in an exam?
1 Simon d relaxation techniques are a
waste of time.
3 What shouldn’t I do not to feel tired?
2 Kate Yoga helps you to relax.
3 Simon Really?
4 Simon They’re just mad.
4 What must I do to feel relaxed?
5 Kate You should try yoga. it’s good for
your mind and body.
6 Simon I think it’s boring, Kate.
5 What mustn’t I eat?
a Do you think so?
b I think
6 What should I do to get fit?
c I don’t think that’s true.
d In my opinion,
e I don’t agree.
f Let’s agree to disagree.
Speaking __ / 10
Writing __ / 20 TOTAL __ / 100

1 Join the two sentences. Use the words in


brackets.

1 I like football. I prefer tennis. (but)


I like football but I prefer tennis.
2 I like France. I really like Italy. (although)

3 Fruit is good for you. You shouldn’t drink


too much fruit juice. (but)

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Test 7 Extension

Reading __ / 10 2 Read again. True or false? Correct the false


sentences.
The Sleep Doctor by Alice Phillips
My name is Alice Phillips. I’m a doctor and 1 Coffee helps you sleep.
I specialise in helping people relax and especially False – it can stop you sleeping.
get to sleep. Do you have this problem? Or maybe 2 After drinking caffeine your brain is more
a friend or member of your family has problems active.
sleeping or getting to sleep? Well, keep reading
and I’ll give you some tips that really work. 3 It’s good to eat big meals before bed, but
• You shouldn’t eat or drink anything with you must drink milk.
caffeine (like coffee or tea or even chocolate)
before going to bed. If possible, have your last 4 Yoga can relax you and help you sleep.
caffeine at lunchtime.
• You mustn’t eat big meals near bedtime. You 5 Working in bed can help you sleep.
should have a glass of warm milk instead.
• You should only use your bed for sleeping. So 6 Reading difficult books will help you sleep.
don’t work in bed!
• You should relax before bedtime. Yoga is great.
Some people do exercise 2 or 3 hours before Vocabulary __ / 20
sleeping. This is a good way to relax.
• Why don’t you try reading? You should choose
1 Write the verbs to complete the phrases.
something funny or easy, like a magazine.
• Some people like listening to audiobooks or 1 sp e n d a lot of time watching TV
relaxing sounds. 2 e a balanced diet
Try my tips and good luck! 3 t time to relax
Alice 4 s up late
5 g stressed
1 Read the text. Answer the questions. 6 d plenty of water

1 What is the writer’s job? 2 Complete the sentences.


She’s a doctor.
1 You lie down when you sleep.
2 Who does she want to help?
2 We shouldn’t eat so much food.
3 Do you have a balanced ?
3 What shouldn’t you drink before bedtime?
4 You in and out slowly when you
do yoga.
4 What should you drink before going to bed?
5 I’m tired this morning because I stayed
late last night.
5 What shouldn’t you do in bed?
6 When you’re studying you should take
so you don’t get too tired.
6 Does she think reading magazines or
listening to audiobooks is useful for sleep?

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Test 7 Extension

Grammar __ / 30 4 Complete the sentences with must or


mustn’t.
1 Correct the sentences.
1 You’ll be late for the train. You must go.
1 He shoulds drink water. 2 They’ve got an exam tomorrow. They
He should drink water. stay up late.
2 She should to eat breakfast. 3 The baby’s sleeping. She speak
quietly.
3 We should relaxing more. 4 Wait! It’s a surprise! You open
your eyes.
4 Do you should stay up late? 5 You press the green key to
switch it on.
5 She doesn’t should drink so much coffee. 6 Janet’s training for a marathon. She
eat junk food.
6 What I should drink before going to bed?
5 Complete the text with the correct modal
verb for obligation or advice.
2 Write sentences using should or shouldn’t.
Exams
1 You / walk ✓ Before you take an exam, you (1) should
You should walk. prepare carefully. You (2) try to have
2 You / eat chocolate ✗ a good night’s sleep the night before. You
(3) learn anything new in the
3 You / wear a seatbelt ✓ morning or you’ll get stressed.
In the exam, you (4) read the
4 You / drink a lot of juice ✗ question paper carefully. You (5)
also answer all the questions. Finally, you
5 You / fly tomorrow ✗ (6) look at your friends’ answers!

6 You / read this ✓ 6 Complete the short answers.

1 Should I phone Sam?


3 Make questions using should. Yes, you should.
2 Should we tell my mum?
1 when / we go / to bed ? Yes, .
When should we go to bed? 3 Should they eat junk food?
2 where / I go / tomorrow ? No, .
4 Should you sleep eight hours a night?
3 what / I do / to relax ? Yes, .
5 Should she press the green key?
4 where / she lie down ? No, .
6 Should I stand up?
5 why / Helen do exercise ? No, .

6 when / they take breaks ?

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Test 7 Extension

Listening __ / 10 Writing __ / 20

1 Listen to the dialogue. True or false? 1 Join the two sentences. Use the words in
Correct the false sentences. brackets.

1 Kate and Simon are talking about exams. 1 I like football. I prefer tennis. (but)
False – they’re talking about yoga. I like football but I prefer tennis.
2 Simon doesn’t think yoga is very useful. 2 I like France. I really like Italy. (although)

3 Kate thinks yoga helps you to sleep.


3 Fruit is good for you. You shouldn’t drink
4 Kate doesn’t do yoga. too much fruit juice. (but)

5 Kate thinks exams can help the body and


the mind. 4 Water is good for you. I prefer cola.
(although)
6 Kate thinks football is great.

5 Kings of Leon are a good band. TV on the


2 Listen again. Complete what they say.
Radio are better. (but)
1 Simon In my opinion , relaxation
techniques are a waste of time.
2 Kate . Yoga 6 More people play football than rugby. They
helps you to relax. are both popular sports. (although)
3 Simon Really? ?
4 Simon . They’re
just mad.
2 Read Jack’s notes and write tips on getting
5 Kate You should try yoga.
fit and healthy before exams. Add your
it’s good
own ideas.
for your mind and body.
6 Simon I think it’s boring, Kate. • Good to eat healthy food > sometimes you
. can have a treat (ice cream/ chocolate) e.g.
when you finish homework
• Go running (cheap!) > remember: need
good shoes!
• Eat fruit and vegetables > eat protein
(meat, fish) and carbohydrates (bread,
pasta) too

Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100

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Test 8 Reinforcement

Reading __ / 10 5 Gemma thinks travelling will become more


popular.
Future Life
Hi. I’m Gemma. I’m from England. What will life 6 Gemma thinks people will travel
in the future be like? Here are some of the things I less because they want to save the
think will happen in the next ten years: environment.
• I think people will probably get married and
have children earlier. When I was born my
mum was 39. Now I’m 14 and she’s 53. That’s Vocabulary __ / 20
pretty old! My generation won’t want to be old
parents! 1 Underline the correct option.
• Both of my parents went to university and then
travelled around Asia, but I think young people 1 The distance / speed from my house to
will travel less. It will be more expensive to fly. school is only one kilometre.
And we’ll want to save the environment. 2 The weight / length of the new car is two
metres.
In next week’s blog, I’m going to write about
3 Its top speed / length is 150 kilometres per
what my life will be like in 10 years’ time.
hour.
See you then! 4 The highest height / temperature in
London last year was 39ºC.
1 Read the text. Underline the correct
5 What’s your speed / height? I’m 1 metre 21
option.
centimetres.
1 Where is Gemma from? 6 Can I check the weight / temperature of
England / France your suitcase, please?
2 How old is Gemma?
2 Complete the sentences with the verbs in
14 / 16
the box.
3 What type of text is this?
An email / A blog
do | got | live | be | have | leave
4 Gemma makes predictions for the next
10 / 20 years.
5 Which topic does Gemma write about? 1 When I’m older I want to be famous like
Having children / Getting a job Angelina Jolie.
6 Which topic doesn’t she write about? 2 I don’t want to abroad.
Technology / Travel 3 The least important thing for me is to
lots of money.
2 Read again. True or false? 4 My parents married when they
were twenty-one.
1 Gemma thinks people will get married
5 When I university I’m going to
younger.
travel in South America.
True
6 I’d like to voluntary work in my
2 Gemma thinks people will have children
holidays.
earlier.

3 Gemma’s mother is 39.

4 Gemma’s parents went travelling after


studying.

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Test 8 Reinforcement

Grammar __ / 30 4 How old your dog will be / will your dog be


in ten years’ time?
1 Complete the diary entry with the years in 5 Where Fred will travel / will Fred travel to
the box. in February?
6 How will I know / I will know what Elsa
2026 | 2021 | 2051 | 2012 | 2016 | 2041 looks like?

4 Match the answers to the questions in


th
28 May 2011 exercise 3.
Dear Diary, a He’ll be fifteen.
Today, our teacher asked us to think about the b Yes, I will. 1
future and to make a list. There are six things c She’ll be waiting under the clock with a
on my list. Next year, in (1) 2012 , my sister newspaper.
is going to have a baby. I think that in five d I think he’ll go to Paris.
years’ time, in (2) , I’ll probably be e No, she won’t.
at university and live with friends. Ten years f He’ll make a decision after lunch.
from now, in (3) , I’ll probably travel
the world and in the next fifteen years, by 5 Identify the sentences: fact (F) or
(4) , I’m going to be a famous writer. prediction (P). There are three facts and
And in thirty years’ time – Wow! That’s in three predictions.
(5) ! – I’ll probably live in New York. 1 Barrack Obama will be US president for a
Who knows, in forty years’ time, in maximum of eight years. F
(6) I’ll probably be a grandparent 2 Real Madrid will play in the Bernabeu
and a Nobel Prize winner! stadium this year.
2 Order the words to make sentences. 3 Mobile phones probably won’t replace
computers in the next three years.
1 on Tuesday / I’m / fly / going to / a plane 4 In twenty years’ time, students probably
I’m going to fly a plane on Tuesday. won’t have lessons in classrooms.
2 my brother / do / sponsored walk / 5 In the next fifteen years, Chinese probably
going to / is / this weekend / a won’t be the most popular language in the
world.
3 next year / aren’t / we / study French / 6 Next year is a leap year so it will have 366
going to ? days.

4 dentist / I’m / be / going to / a / not 6 Circle the correct option.

1 I ’m going to / ’ll probably go to the concert


5 I’m / grow my hair / long / going to on Friday. I bought my ticket yesterday.
2 Tobey Maguire isn’t going to / probably won’t
6 travel to / going to / with a friend / are / become a professional tennis player.
you / Australia ? 3 The flight to Miami will / will probably take
eight hours.
3 Underline the correct option. 4 Next year, Grace will / is going to go to
university in Oxford.
1 Will you / You will take exams this year? 5 I ’ll probably / ’ll fail my exam!
2 Jemima will / Will Jemima play football for 6 Prince Charles isn’t going to /
the school team next year? probably won’t have any more children.
3 When will Joseph decide / will decide
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Test 8 Reinforcement

Listening __ / 10 Writing __ / 20

1 Listen to the three dialogues. Underline 1 Underline the correct option.


the correct option.
Jack and Daisy are twins and live near
Dialogue 1 Manchester, England. (1) Both / Some of them
1 What did Jack lose? are 14 years old. They go to my school and
A laptop / An MP3 player / A book they are best friends with my brother, Brian,
2 Where does he think he lost it? and my sister, Chloe. We’re triplets! (2) All /
In a café / park / shop Some of us (Jack, Daisy, Brian, Chloe and I) are
Dialogue 2 in the same class at school. It’s great. My class
3 What type of room are they talking about? is very friendly. At the weekend (3) all / some
A kitchen / bathroom / bedroom of us (Jack, Brian, Pete and I) play football for
4 Which object in the room does he ask the under-16 team for Congleton Town. The
about? football matches are good fun, but (4) both /
The shelves / windows / carpet some of them are really hard. Our best players
Dialogue 3 are Jack and Pete. (5) Both / All of them scored
5 What object are the boy and girl talking a lot of goals last year: Jack 21 goals, and Pete
about? 19 goals. (6) All / Some of the team (Jake, Sam
Suitcases / Clothes / Cameras and Mark) are also good at running.
6 What is she going to put in hers?
Clothes / Presents / Books
2 Write about you. Complete the sentences.

2 Listen again. Circle the correct option.


1 Next weekend, I think I’ll

Dialogue 1 2 Tomorrow I’m going to


1 ‘What size is your laptop? It’s about 30 cm
wide / long by 20 cm.’ 3 In the future people will
Dialogue 2
2 ‘It looks big. How big / long is it?’ 4 When I’m older I’ll
3 ‘It’s about twenty-five metres tall / square.’
4 ‘How tall are they? They are 2 m 25 cm tall, 5 Next summer I’m going to
and 150 / 115 cm wide.’
Dialogue 3 6 I’m going to
5 ‘How weight / heavy are yours?’ at university.
6 ‘Both of mine are eighteen / eight kilos.’

Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100

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Test 8 Consolidation

Reading __ / 10 4 Her parents went travelling after studying.

Future Life 5 Gemma thinks travelling will become more


Hi. I’m Gemma. I’m from England. My blog is popular.
all about my predictions for the future. Here are
some of the things I think will happen in the next 6 She thinks terrorism will stop some young
ten years: people travelling.
• I think more people will probably get married
and also have children earlier. When I was born
my mum was 39. Now I’m now 14 and she is 53. Vocabulary __ / 20
That’s pretty old! My generation will want to be
young parents. They won’t want to be old when 1 Complete the sentences with the words in
their kids get married and have kids. the box.
• Both of my parents went to university and then
travelled around the world. I think young people speed | height | temperature
will travel less. It will be more expensive to fly distance | weight | length
and we’ll want to save the environment. Also, it
will be more dangerous to travel abroad. All of 1 The distance from my house to school is
us are scared of terrorism. one kilometre.
In next week’s blog, I’m going to write about 2 The of the car is two metres.
what my life will be like in 10 years’ time. 3 Its top is 150 kilometres per
See you then! hour.
4 The highest in London last year
1 Read the text. Underline the correct option. was 39ºC.
5 What’s your ? I’m 1 metre 21
1 Where is Gemma from? centimetres.
England / France 6 Can I just check the of your
2 How old is Gemma? suitcase, please?
14 / 16
3 What type of text is this? 2 Match the sentence halves.
A magazine article / A blog
1 When I’m older I want to be d
4 Gemma makes predictions for the next
2 I don’t want to live
10 / 20 years.
3 The least important thing for me is to
5 Which topic does Gemma describe?
have
Having children / Getting a jo.
4 My parents got
6 Which topic doesn’t she mention?
5 When I leave
Technology / Terrorism
6 I’d like to do
2 Read again. True or false? Correct the false
sentences. a money.
b university I’m going to travel around South
1 Gemma thinks people will get married America.
younger. c married when they were twenty-one.
True d famous like Angelina Jolie.
2 Gemma thinks more people will have e voluntary work in my holidays.
children earlier. f abroad.

3 Her mother is 39.

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Test 8 Consolidation

Grammar __ / 30 5 February / travel / in / where / will / Fred / to ?

1 Complete the text about future 6 like / will / Elsa / know / what / looks / I /
predictions with the words in the box. how / know ?

in the next fifteen years | in forty years’ time


in five years’ time | is going to 4 Match the answers to the questions in
ten years from now | ’ll probably exercise 3.

Next year, in 2012, my sister is going to have a He’ll be fifteen.


a baby. I think that , b Yes, I will. 1
in 2016, I’ll probably be at university and live c She’ll be waiting under the clock with a
with friends. , in newspaper.
2021, I travel the d I think he’ll go to Paris.
world and by 2026, e No, she won’t.
I’m going to be a famous writer. Who knows, f He’ll make a decision after lunch.
I’ll probably be a 5 Identify the sentences: fact (F) or
grandparent and Nobel Prize winner! prediction (P). There are three facts and
2 Make sentences with going to. three predictions.

1 I / fly / a plane / on Tuesday 1 Barrack Obama will be US president for a


I’m going to fly a plane on Tuesday. maximum of eight years. F
2 my brother / do / a sponsored walk / this 2 Real Madrid will play in the Bernabeu
weekend stadium this year.
3 Mobile phones probably won’t replace
3 we / not study / French / next year computers in the next three years.
4 In twenty years’ time, students probably
4 I / not be / dentist won’t have lessons in classrooms.
5 In the next fifteen years, Chinese probably
5 I / grow my hair / long won’t be the most popular language in the
world.
6 you / travel to / Australia / with a friend ? 6 Next year is a leap year so it will have 366
days.

3 Order the words to make questions. 6 Complete the sentences with the correct
form of going to, will or will probably.
1 exams / this / you / year / will / year / take ?
Will you take exams this year? 1 I ’m going to go to the concert on Friday. I
2 will / for / Jemima / year / football / the / bought my ticket yesterday.
team / play / next / school ? 2 Tobey Maguire become
a professional tennis player. He prefers
acting.
3 what / Joseph / to / will / when / decide / do ? 3 The flight to Miami take
eight hours. The pilot just said so.
4 years’ / old / time / how / be / ten / dog / 4 Next year, Grace go to
will / in / your ? University in Oxford.
5 I fail my exam!
6 Prince Charles have any
more children. He’s too old.

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Test 8 Consolidation

Writing __ / 20

Listening __ / 10
1 Complete the text with some of, all of, or
both of.
1 Listen to the three dialogues. Answer the
questions. Jack and Daisy are twins and live near
Manchester, England. (1) Both of them
Dialogue 1
are 14 years old. They go to my school,
1 What did Jack lose?
and they are best friends with my brother,
A laptop
Brian, and my sister, Chloe. We’re triplets!
2 Where does he think he lost it?
(2) us (Jack, Daisy, Brian,
In the
Chloe and I) are in the same class at school.
Dialogue 2
It’s great. My class are very friendly. At the
3 What type of room are they talking about?
weekend (3) us (Jack,
Ab or lounge
Brian, Pete and I) play football for Congleton
4 Which object in the room does he ask
Town the under-16 team. The football matches
about?
are good fun, but (4) them
The w
are really hard. Our best players are Jack and
Dialogue 3
Pete. (5) them scored a lot
5 What object are the boy and girl talking
of goals last year: Jack 21 goals, and Pete 19
about?
goals). (6) the team (Jake,
S
Sam and Mark) are also good at running.
6 What is she going to put in hers?
P 2 Write about you and your friends. Answer
the questions.
2 Listen again. Complete with the correct
answers. 1 What your friends’ names?

8 kilos | 150 cm wide | 30 cm long


25 m2 | big | heavy 2 What do you do at the weekends?

Dialogue 1
1 ‘What size is your laptop? It’s about 3 What sports do you do with your friends?
30 cm long by 20 cm.’
Dialogue 2
2 ‘It looks big. How is it?’ 4 What are you going to do next weekend?
3 ‘It’s about .’
4 ‘How tall are they? They are 2 m 25 cm tall,
and .’ 5 What do you think your will friends be
Dialogue 3 when they’re older?
5 ‘How are yours?’
6 ‘Both of mine are .’
6 What are your friends going to do when
they leave school?

Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100
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Test 8 Extension

Reading __ / 10 3 Her mother is 60.

Future Life 4 Her parents went travelling after studying.


Hi. I’m Gemma. I’m from England. My blog is
all about my predictions for the future. Here are 5 Gemma thinks travelling will become more
some of the things I think will happen in the next popular.
ten years:
• I think more people will probably get married, 6 She thinks terrorism will stop some young
and also have children earlier. When I was born people travelling.
my mum was 39. Now I’m now 14 and she is 53.
When I’m 21, she will be 60! That’s really old!
My generation will want to be young parents. Vocabulary __ / 20
They won’t want to be old when their kids get
married and have their own children. 1 Complete the words.
• Both of my parents went to university and
then travelled around the world. Many of my 1 The distance from my house to school is
mum’s friends lived abroad and some of them one kilometre.
did voluntary work. My auntie Caroline went 2 The l of the new car is 2 metres.
to India and taught English to children. I think 3 Its top s is 150 kilometres per
young people will travel less. It will be more hour.
expensive to fly. And we’ll want to save the 4 The highest t in London last year
environment. It will also be more dangerous to was 39º C.
travel abroad. All of us are scared of terrorism. 5 What’s your h ? I’m 1 metre 21
centimetres.
In next week’s blog, I’m going to write about what
6 Can I just check the w of your
my life will be like in 10 years’ time.
suitcase, please?
See you then!
2 Match the sentence halves.
1 Read the text. Complete the sentences. 1 When I’m older I want to be d
1 This text is a blog . 2 I don’t want to live
2 Gemma is from . 3 The least important thing for me is
3 Gemma is years old. to have
4 Gemma makes predictions for the next 4 My parents got
years. 5 When I leave
5 Gemma’s auntie Caroline went to 6 I’d like to do
.
6 Gemma predicts it will be to fly. a money.
b university I’m going to travel around South
2 Read again. True or false? Correct the false America.
sentences. c married when they were twenty-one.
1 Gemma doesn’t think more people will get d famous like Angelina Jolie.
married earlier. e voluntary work in my holidays.
False – she thinks more people will get married f abroad.
earlier.
2 She thinks more people will have children
earlier.

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Test 8 Extension

Grammar __ / 30 4 Match the answers to the questions in


exercise 3.
1 Complete the text about future
a He’ll be fifteen.
predictions with one word in each gap.
b Yes, I will. 1
Next year, in 2012, my sister is going to have c She’ll be waiting under the clock with a
a baby. I think that in five time, in newspaper.
2016, I’ll probably be at university and live d I think he’ll go to Paris.
with friends. Ten years now, in e No, she won’t.
2021, I’ll travel the world and in the f He’ll make a decision after lunch.
fifteen years by 2026, I’m going to
be a famous writer. Who knows, in forty years’
5 Identify the sentences: fact (F) or
prediction (P).
I’ll probably be a grandparent and
Nobel Prize winner! 1 Barrack Obama will be US president for a
maximum of eight years. F
2 Complete the sentences with going to.
2 Real Madrid will play in the Bernabeu
1 I / fly / a plane / on Tuesday stadium this year.
I’m going to fly a plane on Tuesday. 3 Mobile phones probably won’t replace
2 my brother / do / a sponsored walk / this computers in the next three years.
weekend 4 In twenty years’ time, students probably
won’t have lessons in classrooms.
3 we / not study / French / next year 5 In the next fifteen years, Chinese probably
won’t be the most popular language in the
4 I / not be / dentist world.
6 Next year is a leap year so it will have 366
5 I / grow my hair / long days.

6 you / travel to / Australia / with a friend ?


6 Complete the sentences with the correct
form of going to, will or will probably.

1 I ’m going to go to the concert on Friday.


3 Write questions with will.
I bought my ticket yesterday.
1 you / take exams / this year 2 Tobey Maguire become
Will you take exams this year? a professional tennis player. He prefers
2 Jemima / play football / for the school team / acting.
next year 3 The flight to Miami take
eight hours. The pilot just said so.
3 when / Joseph / decide / what to do 4 Next year, Grace go to
University in Oxford.
4 how old / your dog / be / in ten years’ time 5 I fail my exam!
6 Prince Charles have any
5 where / Fred / travel to / in February more children. He’s too old.

6 how / I / know / what Elsa looks like

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Test 8 Extension

Listening __ / 10 Writing __ / 20

1 Listen to the dialogues. Answer the 1 Complete the sentences with some of, all
questions. of, or both of.

Dialogue 1 Jack and Daisy are twins and live near


1 What did Jack lose? Manchester, England. (1) Both of them
A laptop are 14 years old. They go to my school,
2 Where does he think he lost it? and they are best friends with my brother,
Brian, and my sister, Chloe. We’re triplets!
Dialogue 2 (2) us (Jack, Daisy, Brian,
3 What type of room are they talking about? Chloe and I) are in the same class at school.
Ab or lounge. It’s great. My class are very friendly. At the
4 Which object in the room does he ask weekend (3) us (Jack,
about? Brian, Pete and I) play football for Congleton
The Town the under-16 team. The football matches
Dialogue 3 are good fun, but (4) them
5 What object are the boy and girl talking are really hard. Our best players are Jack and
about? Pete. (5) them scored a lot
of goals last year: Jack 21 goals, and Pete 19
6 What is she going to put in hers? goals). (6) the team (Jake,
Sam and Mark) are also good at running.

2 Listen again. Complete what they say. 2 Write about you and your friends.
Describe your group of friends, what you
Dialogue 1
do at the weekends, and which sports you
1 ‘What size is your laptop? It’s about
do. Use: some of, all of, or both of. Write
30 cm long by 20 cm.’ about 50 words.
Dialogue 2
2 ‘It looks big. How is it?’
3 ‘It’s about .’
4 ‘How tall are they? They are 2 m 25 cm tall,
Speaking __ / 10
and .’ TOTAL __ / 100
Dialogue 3
5 ‘How are yours?’
6 ‘Both of mine are .’

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Test 9 Reinforcement

Reading __ / 15 2 Read again. True or false?


Change the world with Mandy 1 We should not turn off the TV at night.
If we do a few small things, will we really change False
the world? Absolutely! And what will happen if 2 We should give blood to www.recycles.org.
we don’t do anything? Well, that will change the
world, too. But that’s not the kind of change we 3 There are websites that help you give
want, is it? things away.
So here are some things you can do to make the
4 You can recycle computers.
world a better place:
• Turn off electrical equipment at night! If you 5 You should buy things in shops near you.
turn off the lights when you go to bed, you’ll
save a lot of energy. 6 Don't buy fruit in local shops.
• Give blood! If you give some blood, you’ll help
somebody in hospital get better.
• Donate something you don’t want anymore. For
Vocabulary __ / 20
example, if you don’t need your old computer, a
website like www.recycles.org will help you find
somebody who does. 1 Underline the correct option.

• Support your local shops. If you buy things (1) Superstitions / Causes are things people
locally, like fruit or vegetables, you’ll support believe in that bring good or bad (2) luck /
local businesses and people. snakes. In some countries a broken (3) purse /
--Mandy-- mirror means seven years bad luck. It can also
mean bad luck to walk under a (4) ladder /
1 Read Mandy's blog. Underline the correct fountain. To get good luck in England you
option. should hang a (5) handkerchief / horseshoe on
your wall. In Europe, it’s good luck to throw
1 Mandy wants to change her local shops / money into a (6) envelope / fountain.
the world.
2 It is important to do many local / little 2 Circle the correct option.
things.
1 Greenpeace fight against / support nuclear
3 We will use less computers / power if we
weapons.
turn off phones, lights, and TVs at night.
2 On Red Nose Day in the UK, people donate /
4 Giving blood helps people who are in
support money to help children all over the
prison / hospital.
world.
5 If we don’t want something, we can save /
3 On Christmas Day, we remember / support
give it to another person.
the birth of Jesus Christ.
6 It’s good to buy things in the shops in your
4 World Peace Day promotes / fights against
area / hospital.
peace around the world.
5 On the 31st December, people celebrate /
support the arrival of the new year.
6 People support / donate charities by giving
money or working voluntarily.

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Test 9 Reinforcement

Grammar __ / 25 3 Complete the dialogue with the words in


the box.
1 Underline the correct option.
pass | won’t | won’t want
1 If we go to France on holiday, we ’ll speak / fail | will | ’ll feel
speak French.
2 Jason won’t pass his exam if he ’ll play /
Jane What shall we do for the end of year
plays computer games all night.
party?
3 If you break a mirror, you ’ll have / ’ve got
Louise Well, if we (1) pass our exams, we
bad luck!
(2) like celebrating.
4 If they buy a dog, they ’ll have to / have to
Jane Yes, and if we (3) , we
walk it every day.
(4) to celebrate at all.
5 If you ’ll throw / throw this coin into the
Louise What (5) your parents say
fountain, it’s good luck.
if you fail?
6 I won’t be able / ’m able to sleep if you tell
Jane They (6) be happy if I don’t
me ghost stories.
get at least 70%.
2 Complete the questions with the correct Louise Wow! That’s a lot. Let’s organise a
form of the verbs in brackets. big party anyway.

1 What will you wear if it is hot tomorrow? 4 Circle the correct option.
(you / wear)
1 I never buy anything / nothing expensive.
2 for help if you can’t do
2 Does anything / anybody here own this
your homework? (you / ask)
mobile phone?
3 What if the party is
3 Somebody / Somewhere must know the
fancy dress? (you / be)
answer.
4 to the radio if the TV is
4 Are you going anywhere / nowhere nice
broken? (you / listen)
for your holiday?
5 How to school if the bus
5 I didn’t do nothing / anything exciting for
is late? (you / get)
my birthday.
6 if I play the guitar?
6 Nobody / Anybody saw the thief take the
(you / sing)
old man’s laptop.

5 Match the sentence halves.

1 At my school, d
2 There are parrots
3 My grandad shakes hands with
4 Everything in the shop
5 In my nightmare,
6 If everything is OK on the X-ray

a everywhere in Costa Rica.


b looks really old: especially the books.
c my mum will be out of hospital on Tuesday.
d everybody is very clever.
e there were snakes everywhere.
f everybody he meets.

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Test 9 Reinforcement

Listening __ / 10 b So, if we turn off all our TVs just one day a
week, we will be healthier, feel happier and
1 Listen to the dialogue. True or false? we’ll help save the planet. Will you support
my cause?
1 Samantha and Jack are from the same c And let’s not forget the environment!
family. Because we use a lot of electricity when
True we turn on the TV.
2 They want to do something special for d Most people watch hours of TV every day.
their mum’s birthday. Many even watch TV and eat at the same
time.
3 Samantha suggests a gold horseshoe for e When people watch so much TV, they stop
luck. talking to each other. If they turn off the
TV and sit at the table to eat a meal as a
4 They have a lot of money to spend. family, they will talk and laugh more and
they’ll be healthier!
5 They make a banner with her name. f Their eyes will be healthier, too! Looking at
the television screen for a long time is bad
6 They decide to celebrate at home, too. for our eyes.

1 a
2 Listen again. Circle the correct option.
2 3 4 5 6

1 Samantha Why don’t we do something


2 Write about a cause for a web page.
Match the questions and answers.
special to support her?
Jack Really? / Like what? Don’t use plastic shopping bags!
2 Samantha Maybe let’s / we could get her
a present for good luck... 1 What is the problem? d
3 Samantha Well, let’s / how about get her 2 What does this do to the environment?
something lucky... Like a gold 3 What is the first solution?
horseshoe for her necklace! 4 What is the second solution?
4 Samantha Well, what do you suggest? / 5 What problems are there?
about? 6 What can I do to help?
5 Jack Let’s / I don’t know... How will
she know it’s for her? a If we put plastic bags in the yellow bins,
6 Jack OK, let’s do that! How about / we can recycle them.
Could we also make a cake to b Secondly, don’t take the bags, use plastic
celebrate at home? bags a few times or use paper bags.
c Plastic bags damage the environment.
d There are too many plastic bags.
Writing __ / 20
e First, reduce the number of plastic bags
we use.
1 Read Claire’s website. Put the paragraphs
f Shops always give plastic bags.
in order.

My cause
Speaking __ / 10
a Hi! I’m Claire and I want people to stop
watching TV so much because it creates a
TOTAL __ / 100
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Test 9 Consolidation

Reading __ / 15 2 We should give blood once a year.

Change the world with Mandy 3 You cannot recycle bicycles.


Hi. I think it’s easy to change the world. If we take
action and do lots of little things, we’ll make a lot 4 You can recycle computers.
of important changes to the world. Here are some
of my suggestions: 5 You should buy things in the shops near you.
• If we turn off all electrical equipment at night
when we go to bed, we’ll save a lot of energy. 6 Do not buy fruit in local shops.
• Most of us can give blood. Hospitals need blood.
If we give some blood every year, many sick
people in hospital will get better. Vocabulary __ / 20
• Donate things you don’t want. There are lots of
websites which ‘recycle’ objects. For example, 1 Complete the text with the words in the
you can find people who need your old bicycle box.
or computer.
• Support your local shops. If you buy things fountain | ladder | luck | superstitions
locally, you’ll support local businesses and mirror | horseshoe
people. It is a really good idea to buy food from
your region or country, like fruit and vegetables. People around the world believe in different
--Mandy-- (1) superstitions , that is, they think that
some things or rituals bring good or bad
1 Read Mandy's blog. Complete the (2) . In some countries people
sentences about Mandy’s causes with the believe that a broken (3) brings
words in the box. seven years’ bad luck. While in other countries
it’s walking under a (4) that’s bad.
change | hospital | power For some good luck, hang a (5) on
area | give | little your wall if you’re in England, or throw money
into a (6) anywhere in Europe. What
1 I want to change the world. do people believe in your country?
2 It is important to do many 2 Match the sentence halves.
things.
3 We’ll use less if we turn off 1 Green Peace fight c
phones and TVs at night. 2 On Red Nose Day in the UK, people
4 Giving blood helps people who are in donate
. 3 On Christmas Day, we remember
5 If you don’t want something, why don’t 4 World Peace Day promotes
you it to another person? 5 On the 31st December, people celebrate
6 Help the shops in your . Buy 6 People support
their things.
a peace around the world.
2 Read again. True or false? Correct the false b charities by giving money or working
sentences. voluntarily.
1 We should not turn off mobile phones at c against nuclear weapons.
night. d New Year’s Eve.
False – we should turn off mobile phones and e money to help children all over the world.
all electrical items at night. f the birth of Jesus Christ.

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Test 9 Consolidation

Grammar __ / 25 Louise What (5) your parents


if you fail? (say)
1 Complete the first conditional sentences Jane They (6) happy if I don’t
with the correct form of the verbs in get at least 70%. (not be)
brackets. Louise Wow! That’s a lot. Let’s organise a
big party anyway.
1 If we go to France on holiday, we’ll speak
French. (speak) 4 Complete the sentences with the words in
2 Jason won’t pass his exam if he the box. There’s one word you don’t need
computer games all night. (play) to use.
3 If you break a mirror, you bad
luck! (have) nobody | anywhere | nowhere | anybody
4 If they buy a dog, they walk it anything | somebody | anything
every day. (have to)
5 If you this coin into the fountain, 1 I never buy anything expensive.
it’s good luck. (throw) 2 Does here own this mobile
6 I if you tell me ghost stories. (not phone?
sleep) 3 must know the answer.
4 Are you going nice for your
2 Order the words to make questions. holiday?
5 I didn’t do exciting for my
1 will / hot / tomorrow / what / wear / if / it /
birthday.
what / you / is ?
6 saw the thief take the old
What will you wear if it is hot tomorrow?
man’s laptop.
2 you / help / your / homework / can’t / ask /
for / do / will / if / you ? 5 Complete the sentences with the words in
the box.
3 be / is / fancy dress / what / will / if / you /
the party ? everything | everywhere | everything
everybody | everywhere | everybody
4 radio / TV / if / broken / will / to / is / you /
the / listen / the ? 1 At my school, everybody is very clever.
2 There are parrots in Costa Rica.
5 school / late / is / will / bus / if / how / you / 3 My grandad shakes hands with
to / the / get ? he meets.
4 in the shop looks really old:
6 guitar / sing / play / will / if / you / I / the ? especially the books.
5 In my nightmare, there were snakes
3 Complete the dialogue with the correct .
form of the verbs in brackets. 6 If is OK on the X-ray, my mum
will be out of hospital on Tuesday.
Jane What shall we do for the end of year
party?
Louise Well, if we (1) pass our exams, we
(2) like celebrating. (pass /
feel)
Jane Yes, and if we (3) , we
(4) to celebrate at all.
(fail / not want)

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Test 9 Consolidation

Listening __ / 10 Writing __ / 20

1 Listen to the dialogue. True or false? 1 Read Claire’s website. Put the paragraphs
Correct the false sentences. in order.

1 Samantha and Jack are from the same My cause


family. a I want people to stop watching TV and
True surfing the Internet so much because it
2 They want to do something special for creates a lot of problems.
their mum’s birthday. b If we turn off all our TVs, computers and
phones one day a week, we will feel healthier
3 Samantha suggests a gold horseshoe. and happier. Will you support my cause?
c It is also bad for the environment because
4 They have a lot of money to spend. we use a lot of electricity when we turn on
the TV or look for something on the web.
5 They make a banner saying “Go Mum!”. d Most of us watch hours of TV every day. But
when we do this, we stop talking. We just
6 They decide to make a cake too. sit in our chairs. Often we watch TV and
eat at the same time. It is not good for us.
2 Listen again. Complete the sentences with e If people turn off the TV and sit at the table
the words in the box. to eat a meal as a family, they will talk and
laugh more. This is better for our health.
do you suggest? | How about | let’s f It is also bad for our health if we look at the
we could | Like what | I don’t know TV or computer screen for a long time.

1 Samantha Why don’t we do something 1 a 2 3 4 5 6


special to support her? 2 Write about a cause for a web page.
Jack Really? Like what? Answer the questions.
2 Samantha Maybe get
her a present for luck… Don’t use plastic shopping bags!
3 Samantha Well, get
her something lucky… Like 1 What is the problem?
a gold horseshoe for her There are too many plastic bags.
necklace! 2 What does this do to the environment?
4 Samantha Well, what
5 Jack … How will 3 What is the first solution?
she know it’s for her?
6 Jack OK, let’s do that! 4 What is the second solution?
we also
make a cake to celebrate at 5 What problems are there?
home?
6 What can I do to help?

Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100

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Test 9 Extension

Reading __ / 15 2 Read again. True or false? Correct the false


sentences.
Change the world with Mandy
Hi. I think it’s easy to change the world. If we take 1 We should not turn off mobile phones at night.
action and do lots of small things, we will make False – we should turn off all electrical items
a lot of important changes to the world. Here are at night.
some of my suggestions: 2 We waste half of the energy mobile phones
use when we charge them.
• If we turn off all electrical equipment at night
when we go to bed, we’ll save a lot of energy.
3 We should give blood once every two
Did you know that we waste 95% of the
years.
electricity that mobiles use when we charge
them because we don’t turn off the electricity at
4 You cannot recycle bicycles.
the wall when they are ready?
• Most of us can give blood. Hospitals need blood. 5 You should buy things in the shops near
If we give some blood every year, many sick you.
people in hospital will get better.
• Donate things you don’t want. There are lots of 6 Do not buy fruit locally.
websites which ‘recycle’ objects. For example,
you can find people who need your old bicycle
or computer.
Vocabulary __ / 20
• Support your local shops. If you buy things
locally, you’ll support local businesses and
people. It is a really good idea to buy food from 1 Complete the text with the words in the
your region or country, like fruit and vegetables. box.

--Mandy--
luck | horseshoe | superstitions
fountain | ladder | mirror
1 Read Mandy's blog. Complete the
sentences about Mandy’s causes with the
(1) Superstitions are things people believe in
words in the box. There’s one word you
that bring good or bad (2) . In some
don’t need to use.
countries a broken (3) means
seven years bad luck. It can also mean bad
change | hospital | power | charity
luck to walk under a (4) .
area | give | little
To get good luck in England you should hang
a (5) on your wall. In Europe, it’s
1 Mandy wants to change the world.
good luck to throw money into a
2 It's important to do many things.
(6) .
3 We will use less if we turn off
phones, lights, and TVs at night. 2 Complete the sentences with verbs about
4 Giving blood helps people who are in causes.
.
5 If you don’t want something, why don’t 1 Green Peace fight against nuclear
you it to another person? weapons.
6 Help the shops in your . 2 On Red Nose Day in the UK, people
d money to help children all over
the world.
3 On Christmas Day, we r the birth
of Jesus Christ.

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Test 9 Extension

4 World Peace Day p peace around 3 Complete the dialogue with the correct
the world. form of the verbs in brackets.
5 On the 31st December, people c
New Year’s Eve. Jane What shall we do for the end of year
6 People s charities by giving party?
money or working voluntarily. Louise Well, if we (1) pass our exams, we
(2) like celebrating.
(pass / feel)
Grammar __ / 25 Jane Yes, and if we (3) , we
(4) to celebrate at all.
1 Complete the first conditional sentences (fail / not want)
with the correct form of the verbs in the Louise What (5) your parents
box. if you fail? (say)
Jane They (6) happy if I
speak | not sleep | lose don’t get at least 70%. (not be)
play | have to | play Louise Wow! That’s a lot. Let’s organise a
big party anyway.
1 If we go to France on holiday, we ’ll speak
French. 4 Complete the sentences with one word in
2 Jason won’t pass his exam if he each gap.
computer games all night. 1 I never buy anything expensive.
3 If you don’t eat, you weight. 2 Does here own this mobile
4 If they buy a dog, they walk it phone?
every day. 3 must know the answer.
5 If he football, he won’t be able to 4 Are you going nice for your
come shopping on Saturday morning. holiday?
6 I if you tell me ghost stories. 5 I didn’t do exciting for my
2 Make future questions. birthday.
6 saw the thief take the old
1 what / you wear / if / it be / hot tomorrow ? man’s laptop.
What will you wear if it is hot tomorrow?
2 you ask for help / if / you not can / do your 5 Complete the sentences with every +
homework ? body/thing/where.

1 At my school, everybody is very clever.


3 what / you be / if / the party be / fancy 2 There are parrots in Costa
dress ? Rica.
3 My grandad shakes hands with
4 you listen / to the radio / if / the TV be / he meets.
broken ? 4 in the shop looks really old:
especially the books.
5 how / you get to school / if / the bus be / 5 In my nightmare, there were snakes
late ? .
6 If is OK on the X-ray, my
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Test 9 Extension

Listening __ / 10 Writing __ / 20

1 Listen to the dialogue. True or false? 1 Read Claire’s website. Put the paragraphs
Correct the false sentences. in order

1 Samantha and Jack are from the same My cause


family. a I want people to stop watching TV and
True surfing the Internet so much because it
2 They want to do something special for creates a lot of problems.
their mum’s birthday. b If we turn off all our TVs, computers and
phones one day a week, we will feel
3 Jack suggests a gold ring. healthier and happier. Will you support my
cause?
4 They have a lot of money to spend. c It is also bad for the environment because
we use a lot of electricity when we turn on
5 They make a banner with her name. the TV or look for something on the web.
d Most of us watch hours of TV every day.
6 They decide to celebrate at home too. But when we do this, we stop talking. We
just sit in our chairs. Often we watch TV
2 Listen again. Complete what they say. and eat at the same time. It is not good for
us.
1 Samantha Why don’t we do something e If people turn off the TV and sit at the table
special to support her? to eat a meal as a family, they will talk and
Jack Really? Like what? laugh more. This is better for our health.
2 Samantha Maybe get f It is also bad for our health if we look at the
her a present for luck… TV or computer screen for a long time.
3 Samantha Well, get
her something lucky… Like 1 a 2 3 4 5 6
a gold horseshoe for her
necklace! 2 Write a text for a web page. Choose this
4 Samantha Well, what or another ‘cause’. Write about 50 words.
5 Jack … How will Don’t use plastic shopping bags!
she know it’s for her?
6 Jack OK, let’s do that! • What’s the problem?
we also • What does this do to the environment?
make a cake to celebrate at • What are the solutions?
home? • What can we do to help?

Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100

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Term Test 3
Reinforcement

Reading __ / 10 2 Read again. True or false?


Simple steps to health & happiness The writer...
by Dr Jane Stellor 1 is talking about healthy lifestyles.
Do you eat a balanced diet, drink plenty of water, True
and take time to relax? 2 talks about ways to improve your physical
and mental health.
If the answer to any of these questions is ‘no’, you
should follow these simple steps:
3 says it’s important to inhale through your
1. Relax! The best way is to breathe properly. mouth.
Sit down, close your eyes and inhale through
your nose. Count ‘one, two three, four, five’ and 4 says it’s important to be serious.
exhale slowly.
2. Have more fun! See your friends! Or do 5 says it’s important to eat more meat.
something silly – dance in your bedroom or
laugh for no reason. 6 says it’s good to see your friends.
3. Exercise your mind! Do crossword puzzles or
learn a new language!
4. Eat well! If you eat fruit, vegetables and fish, and Vocabulary __ / 20
drink a lot of water, you’ll have more energy!

1 Read the text. Circle the correct option,


1 Match 1–6 to a–f.
a or b. 1 Eat a inside all the time.
2 Get b language learning.
1 You should follow Dr Stellor’s easy steps and
3 Stay c a balanced diet.
a take time to have fun.
4 Take d an important date.
b take time to relax.
5 Remember e stressed.
2 To exercise your mind you can
6 Promote f action to save the
a learn a language.
environment.
b breathe properly.
3 To have more energy you can 2 Underline the correct option.
a drink a lot of water.
b dance in your bedroom. 1 How long? The length / miles is about two
4 To have more fun you can metres.
a drink a lot of water. 2 How wide? The speed / width is about 50
b dance in your bedroom. centimetres.
5 To breathe properly you should 3 How fast? The volume / speed is about 90
a exhale slowly. km an hour.
b close your eyes. 4 How hot? The temperature / time is about
6 To have more fun you can 35 degrees.
a do something silly. 5 How far? The distance / volume from here
b do crossword puzzles. to there is about 30 kilometres.
6 How much? The volume / weight is about
50 litres of water.

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Term Test 3
Reinforcement

Grammar __ / 30 and I (2) ’ll probably go / are going to go to a


football match – I bought the tickets last week.
1 Correct the sentences. I think my cousin (3) will probably come /
is going to come too; he usually does. I haven’t
1 Should I to drive? got any plans for Saturday but I (4) probably
Should I drive? won’t stay / ’m not going to stay in all day. I’m
2 Should he drives? really excited about Saturday evening! I (5) ’ll
probably go /’m going to go to my best friend’s
3 What should he does? party at the Marina at 8 p.m.! On Sunday I (6) ’ll
probably have / ’m going to have a quiet day.
4 He must to go now! I have no plans.

5 She musts be more careful! 5 Complete the sentences with the words in
the box.
6 We must not to be late.
’ll | If | eat | won’t | speak | don’t

2 Complete the sentences with should, 1 If you study hard, you ’ll pass your exams.
shouldn’t, must or mustn’t. 2 If you study, you won’t pass
When you are cycling in the city... your driving test.
1 you must obey traffic laws. 3 If she goes to France, she’ll
2 you use the bicycle lane if French.
possible. 4 If you’re a vegetarian, we give
3 you have lights if you ride at you meat for dinner.
night. It’s the law. 5 If you healthily, you will live
4 you go through red lights. longer.
5 you choose a bike that’s the 6 you throw coins in a fountain,
right size for you. your wish will come true!
6 you listen to music. 6 Tick (✓) the correct sentence, a or b.
3 Order the words to complete the sentences. 1 a Eating a lot of meat is not good for
1 to / will / people / live / 100 / be anybody. ✓
In fifty years’ time, people will live to be 100. b Eating a lot of meat is not good for
2 be / life / the / won’t / same nobody.
In the future, 2 a Anything in this shop is really
3 president? / next / be / will / the expensive!
Who b Everything in this shop is really
4 we / Will / friends / be / expensive!
twenty years from now? 3 a Does anybody here believe that a broken
5 cars / drive / people / won’t / anymore mirror brings bad luck?
In thirty years’ time, b Does somebody here believe that a
broken mirror brings bad luck?
6 we / will / be / old / How 4 a I don’t want to go anywhere with you!
in 2025? b I don’t want to go somewhere
with you!
4 Underline the correct option. 5 a Anybody told me this café is good.
Next Friday, I (1) ’ll probably go / ’m going to go b Somebody told me this café is good.
to the beach, but I’m not sure. It depends on 6 a Nobody told me we have an exam!
the weather. In the afternoon, my friends b Anybody told me we have an exam!
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Term Test 3
Reinforcement

Listening __ / 10 2 Write about you, your friends and the


things you like and don’t like. Answer the
1 Listen to the dialogue. Underline the questions.
correct option.
1 Do you and your friends have a good time
1 What is Michael reading? when you’re together?
A sports magazine / Travel brochures
2 Where does he want to go?
North America / South America 2 Name some things you and your friends
3 What is the problem? They haven’t got any like to do.
money / time.
4 Michael plays basketball / football.
5 Michael is 1 metre 78 / 88 tall. 3 Think about your answer to question 2 and
6 Michael weighs 60 / 70 kilos. name something you would recommend
for someone your age.
2 Listen again. True or false?

1 Michael wants to travel this summer.


True 4 What are some of your friends’ plans for
2 Alison suggests working after school. this summer?

3 Michael’s got chess club after school.


5 Describe a problem you and your friends
4 Michael thinks travelling is more important had. What was the solution?
than sport.

5 Michael thinks sport is a great way to stay 6 Why are friends important?
healthy.

6 Alison has the best suggestion in the end.


Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100
Writing __ / 20

1 Underline the correct option.

1 Although / But I’m not superstitions, I try


not to walk under ladders!
2 It was raining but / although I had an
umbrella.
3 John was late and Pete was late.
Some of them / Both of them were late.
4 There were thirty runners. Two didn’t finish
the race. Some of them / None of them
didn’t finish the race.
5 In my family everyone has the same colour
hair. All of us / Some of us are redheads!
6 Although / But I didn’t like the meal, I ate it.

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Term Test 3
Consolidation

Reading __ / 10 2 Read again. True or false? Correct the false


answers.
Simple steps to health & happiness
by Dr Jane Stellor The writer...
Do you eat a balanced diet, drink plenty of water, 1 is talking about healthy lifestyles.
and take time to relax? True
2 talks about ways to improve your physical
If the answer to any of these questions is ‘no’, you
and mental health.
should follow these simple steps:
1. Relax! Breathe properly. First, sit down in a 3 says it’s important to breathe in through
chair, close your eyes and inhale through your your mouth.
nose. Count ‘one, two three, four, five’ and
exhale slowly. 4 says it is important to be serious.
2. Have more fun! You should do something silly
every day, like play some music and dance in 5 says it’s important to eat more meat.
your bedroom or laugh for no reason.
3. Exercise your mind! Why don’t you try doing 6 says it is good to socialise with friends
crossword puzzles or learning a new language? regularly.
4. Socialise! Have a party to celebrate anything
and everything: the beginning of spring or a
famous person’s birthday, for example. Vocabulary __ / 20
5. Eat well! If you eat fruit, vegetables and fish,
and drink a lot of water, you’ll have more 1 Match the sentence halves.
energy!
1 Try not to get c
1 Read the text. Circle the option that is not 2 If you get nervous, take
correct. 3 If you do well at university, you can get
4 Make sure you remember
1 To have more fun you can 5 Small things can help fight
a dance in your bedroom. 6 Doing voluntary
b drink a lot of water.
2 To exercise your mind you can a against pollution.
a breathe properly. b time to relax.
b learn a language. c stressed when you take an exam.
3 To have more energy you can d a good job.
a eat fruit. e work feels good!
b dance in your bedroom. f your mum’s birthday.
4 To have a party you can
a celebrate spring. 2 Complete the sentences about
b play some music. measurements.
5 To breathe properly you should
1 The length is about 2 metres.
a eat fish.
2 The w is about 50 centimetres.
b inhale through your nose.
3 The s is about 90 km an hour.
6 To socialise you can
4 The t is about 35 degrees.
a have a party.
5 The d from here to there is about
b laugh for no reason.
30 kilometres.
6 The v is about 50 litres of water.

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Term Test 3
Consolidation

Grammar __ / 30 in all day. I’m really excited about Saturday


evening! I (5) to my
1 Complete the sentences with should, best friend’s party at the Marina at 8 p.m.! On
shouldn’t, must or mustn’t. Sunday I (6) a quiet
day. I have no plans.
When you are cycling in the city...
1 you must obey traffic laws. 4 Complete the first conditional sentences
2 you use the bicycle lane if with the verbs in brackets.
possible. 1 They say that if you leave your bag on the
3 you have lights if you ride at floor, you won’t have money! (not have)
night. It’s the law. 2 If you’re vegetarian, we you
4 you go through red lights. meat. (not give)
5 you choose a bike that’s the 3 If she goes to France, she
right size for you. French. (learn)
6 you listen to music at the same 4 If you , you won’t pass your
time. driving test. (not study)
2 Order the words to make sentences. 5 If you eat healthily, you
longer. (live)
1 will / everyone / In fifty years’ time / live / 6 If you coins in a fountain,
to be 100 your wish will come true! (throw)
In fifty years’ time everyone will live to be 100.
2 be / In the future / life / won’t / the same 5 Make first conditional questions.

1 If he calls you / go out / with him ?


3 president? / Who / the next / be / will If he calls, will you go out with him?
2 If it rains where / we / play tennis ?
4 twenty years from now? / Will / be / friends
/ we 3 If the airport is closed they / take / train ?

5 cars / In thirty years’ time / drive / won’t / 4 If she has extra time she / do / voluntary
people / anymore work ?

6 will / How old / we / be / in 2025? 5 If you go to John’s party what / you / wear ?

3 Complete the text with the words in the 6 If you go to John’s party how / you / get
box. there ?

are going to go | ’m not going to stay 6 Tick (✓) the correct sentence, a or b.
’ll probably go | ’ll probably have
’m going to go | will probably come 1 a Eating a lot of meat is not good for
anybody. ✓
Next Friday, I (1) ’ll probably go to the b Eating a lot of meat is not good for
beach, but I’m not sure. It depends on the nobody.
weather. In the afternoon, my friends and I 2 a Anything’s really expensive in this shop!
(2) to a football b Everything’s really expensive in this
match – I bought the tickets last week. I think shop!
my cousin (3) too; 3 a Does anybody here believe that a broken
he usually does. I haven’t got any plans for mirror brings bad luck?
Saturday but I (4) b Does somebody here believe that a
broken mirror brings bad luck?
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Consolidation

4 a I don’t want to go anywhere with you! 3 John was late. Pete was late. (both of)
b I don’t want to go nowhere with you!
5 a Anybody told me this café is good.
b Somebody told me this café is good. 4 Two runners didn’t finish the race. Fifteen
6 a Nobody told me we have an exam runners finished the race. (some of)
today!
b Anybody told me we have an exam
today! 5 In my family everyone has red hair. (all of)

Listening __ / 10
6 I didn’t like the meal. I ate it. (although)

1 Listen to the dialogue. Underline the


correct option.
2 Write about you, your friends and the
1 What is Michael reading? things you like and don’t like. Answer the
A sports magazine / Travel brochures questions.
2 Where does he want to go?
North America / South America 1 Do you and your friends have a good time
3 What is the problem? They haven’t got any when you’re together?
money / time.
4 Michael plays basketball / football.
5 Michael is 1 metre 78 / 88 tall. 2 Name some things you and your friends
6 Michael weighs 60 / 70 kilos. like to do.

2 Listen again. Complete the sentences with


Michael or Alison. 3 Think about your answer to question 2 and
1 Michael wants to travel this summer. name something you would recommend
2 wants to work after school. for someone your age.
3 has got football practice.
4 thinks travelling is more
important than sport. 4 What are some of your friends’ plans for
5 thinks sport is a great way to this summer?
stay healthy.
6 In the end, has the best
suggestion. 5 Describe a problem you and your friends
had. What was the solution?

Writing __ / 20
6 Why are friends important?
1 Rewrite the sentences with the words in
brackets. Use a pronoun if necessary.

1 There were three flowers. The three


flowers were red. (all of) Speaking __ / 10
All of the flowers were red.
2 It was raining. I had an umbrella. (but)
TOTAL __ / 100

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Term Test 3
Extension

Reading __ / 10 2 Read again. True or false? Correct the false


answers.
Simple steps to health & happiness
by Dr Jane Stellor The writer...
Do you eat a balanced diet, drink plenty of water, 1 is talking about healthy lifestyles.
and take time to relax? True
2 says it’s good to use your left hand.
If the answer to any of these questions is ‘no’, you
will feel better if you follow these simple steps:
3 says it’s important to breathe in through
1. Relax! The best way to do this is to breathe your mouth.
properly. First, sit down in a chair, close your
eyes and inhale through your nose. Count ‘one, 4 says it is important to be serious.
two three, four, five’ and exhale slowly.
2. Have more fun! You should do something silly 5 says it’s important to eat more meat.
every day, like play some music and dance in
your bedroom or laugh for no reason. 6 says it is good to socialise with friends
3. Exercise your mind! Do crossword puzzles or regularly.
learn a new language. Or change hands for a
day: if you always use your right hand to do
things, use your left instead (and vice versa)!
Vocabulary __ / 20
4. Socialise! Have a party to celebrate anything
and everything: the beginning of spring or a
1 Match the sentence halves.
famous person’s birthday, for example.
5. Eat well! Eat plenty of fruit, vegetables and 1 Try not to get c
fish. If you drink a lot of water, you’ll have more 2 If you get nervous, take
energy! 3 If you do well at university, you can get
4 Make sure you remember
1 Read the text and answer the questions. 5 Small things can help fight
Write one option. 6 Doing voluntary

What you can do to... a against pollution.


1 eat well? b time to relax.
You should eat fruit, vegetables and fish. c stressed when you take an exam.
2 have more fun? d a good job.
e work feels good!
3 exercise your mind? f your mum’s birthday.

4 have more energy? 2 Complete the sentences about


measurements.
5 socialise more?
1 The length is about two metres.
2 The w is about 50 centimetres.
6 relax?
3 The s is about 90 km an hour.
4 The t is about 35 degrees.
5 The d from here to there is about
30 kilometres.
6 The v is about 50 litres of water.

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Term Test 3
Extension

Grammar __ / 30 4 Make first conditional sentences.

1 Complete the sentences. Write should,


1 if / you / leave / your bag / on the floor /
you / not have / money
shouldn’t, must or mustn’t.
If you leave your bag on the floor, you won’t
When you are cycling in the city... have money!
1 you must obey traffic laws. 2 if / you / be / vegetarian / we / not give /
2 you use the bicycle lane if you / meat
possible.
3 you have lights if you ride at 3 she / learn / French / if / she / go / to /
night. It’s the law. France
4 you go through red lights.
5 you choose a bike that’s the 4 if / you / not study / you / not pass / your
right size for you. driving test
6 you listen to music at the
same time. 5 you / live / longer / if / you / eat / healthily

2 Order the words to make sentences. 6 if / you / throw / coins / into a fountain /
1 to / will / be / people / In / live / years’ / your wish / come / true
time / fifty / 100
In fifty years’ time people will live to be 100.
2 be / future / life / the / won’t / In / the / same 5 Make first conditional questions.

3 president? / Who / next / be / will / the 1 he / call you / go out / with him ?
If he calls, will you go out with him?
4 twenty / Will / be / now? / friends / years / 2 it / rain where / we / play tennis ?
from / we
3 airport / be / closed they / take /train ?
5 time / In / cars / years’ / drive / people /
won’t / thirty / anymore 4 she / have / extra time she / do /
voluntary work ?
6 in / How / we / will / be / 2025? / old
5 you / go / John’s party what / you / wear ?

3 Complete the text with the correct forms 6 you / go / John’s party how / you / get
of will probably and be going to. there ?
Next Friday, I (1) ’ll probably go to the
beach, but I’m not sure. It depends on the 6 Complete the sentences with one word in
weather. In the afternoon, my friends and I each gap.
(2) go to a football
match – I bought the tickets last week. I think 1 Eating a lot of meat is not good for
my cousin (3) come anybody .
too; he usually does. I haven’t got any plans for 2 is really expensive in this shop!
Saturday but I (4) 3 Does here believe that a broken
stay in all day. I’m really excited about Saturday mirror brings bad luck?
evening! I (5) go to 4 I don’t want to go with you!
my best friend’s party at the Marina at 8 p.m.! 5 told me this café is good.
On Sunday I (6) 6 told me we have an exam today!
have a quiet day. I have no plans.
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Term Test 3
Extension

Listening __ / 10 Writing __ / 20

1 Listen to the dialogue. True or false? 1 Rewrite the sentences with the words in
Correct the false sentences. brackets. Use a pronoun if necessary.

1 Michael is reading travel brochures. 1 There were three flowers. The three
True flowers were red. (all of)
2 He wants to go to South Africa. All of the flowers were red.
2 It was raining. I had an umbrella. (but)
3 They’ve got a lot of money.

4 Michael plays football. 3 John was late. Pete was late. (both of)

5 Michael is 1 metre 68 tall.


4 Two runners didn’t finish the race. Fifteen
6 Michael weighs 80 kilos. runners finished the race. (some of)

2 Listen again. Answer the questions.


5 In my family everyone has red hair. (all of)
1 What does Michael want to do this
summer?
He wants to travel. 6 I didn’t like the meal. I ate it. (although)
2 Why can’t Michael work after school?

3 Why does Alison think travelling is


2 Write about you and your friends and the
important?
things you like and don’t like. Answer the
questions. Write 40-50 words.
4 Why is sport important?
Do you and your friends have a good time
5 Why does Alison ask for Michael’s height when you’re together?
and weight? • Name some things you and your friends
like to do.
6 What does Michael suggest in the end? • Give tips for someone your age (music,
food, films, sports) based on what you and
your friends like/don’t like.
• What are some of your friends’ plans for
this summer?
• Describe a problem you and your friends
had. What was the solution?
• Do you and your friends believe in any
superstitions? What are they?
• Why are friends important?

Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100

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Year Test 1
Reinforcement

Reading __ / 10 5 Livia and her family are leaving on


Tuesday.
Hi Anastasia
You won’t believe what happened! Last Tuesday, 6 Livia will miss watching the news.
my father came home and said ‘I have something
to tell you... Aunt Marjorie died.’ Aunt Marjorie
was my grandmother’s cousin. She was talkative,
active, generous... and a little strange! After
Vocabulary __ / 20
leaving school, she wanted to travel the world –
and she never stopped! 1 What is it? Circle the correct option.
‘She left us a farm in Africa,’ my father continued. 1 It’s an eco-friendly way to get around a
‘We could move there.’ city: bicycle / taxi
‘All of us?!’ I asked. 2 It changes television channels: microwave
‘You’re joking, right?’ my mother said. / remote control
3 It goes over a river: bridge / canal
But we could see that he was serious. So, we’re
4 It sells rings and necklaces: sweet shop /
leaving for Kenya on Friday. I’m packing right
jeweller’s
now. What will I do without my favourite soap
5 It’s the hair below your mouth: beard /
opera and quiz show? Or the baker’s and sweet
moustache
shop? Most of all, what will I do without you?
6 It’s a measure of length: pint / inch
Your best friend,
Livia 2 Match the words to their opposites.

1 classical music a sit down


1 Read the email. Underline the best option. 2 stand up b fight against
1 Livia / Marjorie ’s going to move to Kenya. 3 support c generous
2 Livia and Anastasia are best friends / 4 get stressed d come out of
cousins. 5 go into e rock music
3 Marjorie is Livia’s grandmother / 6 selfish f take time to relax
grandmother’s cousin.
4 Livia will miss the sweet shop / shoe shop. Grammar __ / 30
5 She likes watching a soap opera / reality
show on TV.
6 Livia will miss Marjorie / Anastasia the
1 Complete Peter’s email to his grandfather.
Underline the correct option.
most.

2 Read again. True or false?


Dear Grandad,
1 I write / ’m writing to ask for your advice
1 Aunt Marjorie was serious. because I don’t know / ’m not knowing
False what to do.
2 Aunt Marjorie was a little strange. 2 Every summer, I stay / ’m staying at home
and watch / watching TV all day.
3 Aunt Marjorie travelled the world. 3 This summer I do / ’m doing something
different: I go / ’m going away to summer
4 Aunt Marjorie left Livia’s family a farm in camp!
America.

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Year Test 1
Reinforcement

4 Right now, Mum and Dad and I ’m trying / 4 Circle the correct option, a or b.
are trying to choose a camp but we don’t
agree / aren’t agreeing. 1 Sorry! When you called
5 They say / ’re saying I should stay close a I took a shower.
to home, but I want / ’m wanting to go b I was taking a shower.
France! 2 I was doing my homework
6 My best friend Martin go / goes to Italy a when my parents came home.
every year, and he loves / ’s loving it! b when my parents were coming home.
What do you think? 3 Were they looking for me?
Love, a No, they didn’t.
Peter b No, they weren’t.
4 When you saw her
2 Complete the sentences with the words in a what she was doing?
the box. b what was she doing?
5 Was it raining
him | her | them | it | us | me a when you went out this morning?
b when you were going out this morning?
1 Do you know Iñigo? I’d like to introduce 6 Did you speak to Samantha this morning?
you to him . a Yes, I did.
2 First she said she wants to go out with b Yes, I was.
me. Then she said she doesn’t. Girls! I just
don’t understand .
5 Complete the text with the correct form
of be going to or will.
3 My parents said that my sister and I can’t
watch TV for a week! They were really Tomorrow we (1) ’re going to go to France.
angry with . We’ve got tickets for the train. We
4 Look! There’s Christina Aguilera! Let’s ask (2) probably buy food on
for an autograph. the train. We (3) stay in a
5 I’m telling you the truth! Why don’t you hotel called The Sun. I made the reservation
believe ? yesterday. On Monday, we
6 Where’s the remote control? I had (4) probably visit Versailles
in my hand just a minute ago! if it’s not raining. On Friday we
3 Underline the correct option.
(5) watch the French Open
– the tickets were expensive, but we have
A I don’t want to drive to Munich. Flying is great seats! Oh dear! We probably
(1) faster / fastest than driving! (6) have time to see all the
B But flying is (2) badder / worse for the tourist sights in Paris!
environment than driving.
A Yes, but cars are (3) dangerouser / more
6 Underline the correct option.
dangerous than planes. 1 Can anybody / anything help me? I can’t
move!
A The (4) beautifulest / most beautiful 2 The gallery was empty. There was anybody
beaches in the world are in the Caribbean! / nobody there.
B I don’t agree. I think the (5) better / best 3 If we wait, anybody / somebody will come
beaches in the world are in Spain! soon and help us.
A Definitely not! The beaches in the 4 I’m bored. There’s anything / nothing on TV.
Caribbean are (6) better / best than the 5 I’ve got anything / something important to
beaches in Spain! tell you.
6 I think it’s in Japanese. I don’t understand
anything / nothing.
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Reinforcement

Listening __ / 10 2 Continue the story in exercise 1. Answer


the questions.
1 Listen to the dialogue. True or false?
1 What happened next?
1 Ravi thinks he’s too tall.
True
2 Ally and Ravi are aliens.
2 Where was Rick?
3 Ravi is taller than John.

4 Ally saw Lisa writing Ravi’s name.


3 What is Rick like?
5 Chloë likes Ravi.

6 Ravi feels better in the end.


4 What did you do in New York?

2 Listen again. Underline the correct option.

1 Ally has red eyes / hair.


2 Ravi is 1 metre 88 / 98 centimetres tall. 5 Was it a good holiday?
3 Ravi wants to have fun before / after
leaving school.
4 Lisa’s got a big nose / big ears.
5 Ally saw Ravi’s name in a notebook / 6 Give a tip for someone going to New York.
on the blackboard.
6 Chloë is in Ravi and Ally’s Art / History
class.

Writing __ / 20 Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100
1 Complete the story. Circle the correct
option.

I always wanted to go to the USA (1) because


/ so my cousin Rick lives there. (2) Although
/ But I haven’t got much money, last week the
airlines were having a sale. (3) Although / So I
bought a ticket! Two days (4) after / later,
I was on a plane to New York City – The Big
Apple! (5) After / Later getting my suitcases,
I called Rick on my mobile phone. I called five
or six times, (6) although / but there was no
answer!! I didn’t know what to do.

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Year Test 1
Consolidation

Reading __ / 10 2 Read again. True or false? Correct the false


sentences.
Hi Anastasia
You won’t believe what happened! 1 Aunt Marjorie was very serious.
Last Tuesday, my father came home and said ‘I False – she was talkative, active and generous.
have something to tell you.’ Then he added: ‘You 2 Aunt Marjorie was a little strange.
should probably sit down...’
3 Aunt Marjorie travelled the world.
‘Aunt Marjorie died.’ he said. Aunt Marjorie was
my grandmother’s cousin. She was talkative,
4 Aunt Marjorie left Livia’s family a farm in
active, generous... and a little strange! After
America.
leaving school, she wanted to travel the world –
and she never stopped!
5 Livia and her family are going to leave on
‘She left us a farm in Africa,’ my father continued. Tuesday.
‘We could move there.’
‘All of us?!’ I asked. 6 At the moment, Livia is watching her
‘You’re joking, right?’ my mother said. favourite TV programme.
But we could see that he was serious. There was
a short silence, and then Mum said ‘OK!’
So, we’re leaving for Kenya on Friday. I’m packing Vocabulary __ / 20
right now. What will I do without my favourite soap
opera and quiz show? Or the baker’s and sweet 1 What is it? Complete the definitions with
shop? Most of all, what will I do without you? the words in the box.
Your best friend,
Livia beard | remote control | bicycle
jeweller’s | inch | bridge
1 Read the email. Underline the correct
option. 1 It’s an eco-friendly way to get around
a city: bicycle
1 Anastasia / Livia / Marjorie is going to
2 It changes television channels:
move to Kenya.
3 It goes over a river:
2 Livia and Anastasia are best friends /
4 It sells rings and necklaces:
cousins / sisters.
5 It’s the hair below your mouth:
3 Marjorie is Livia’s aunt / grandmother /
6 It’s a measure of length:
grandmother’s cousin.
4 Livia will miss the sweet shop / shoe shop 2 Match the words to their opposites.
/ pet shop.
1 classical music a sit down
5 Livia likes watching a soap opera /
2 stand up b fight against
reality show / documentary on TV.
3 support c generous
6 Livia will miss Marjorie / Anastasia /
4 get stressed d come out of
her mum the most.
5 go into e rock music
6 selfish f take time to relax

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Consolidation

Grammar __ / 30 A I don’t want to drive to Munich. Flying is


(1) faster than driving! (fast)
1 Complete Peter’s email to his grandfather B But for the environment, flying is
with the verbs in brackets. Use the present (2) than driving. (bad)
simple or the present continuous. A Yes, but cars are (3) than
planes. (dangerous)
Dear Grandad,
1 I ’m writing to ask for your advice because A The (4) beaches in the
I don’t know what to do. (write / not know) world are in the Caribbean! (beautiful)
2 Every summer, I at home and B I don’t agree. I think the (5)
TV all day. (stay / watch) beaches in the world are in Spain! (good)
3 This summer I something A Definitely not! The beaches in the
different: I away to summer Caribbean are (6) than the
camp! (do / go) beaches in Spain! (good)
4 Right now, Mum and Dad and
I to choose a camp but we 4 Correct the sentences.
. (try / not agree) 1 Sorry! When you called I took a shower.
5 They I should stay close to Sorry! When you called I was taking a shower.
home, but I to go France! 2 I was doing my homework when I was
(say / want) hearing the noise!
6 My best friend Martin (go)
to Italy every year, and he 3 Were they looking for me? - No, they
(love) it! didn’t.
What do you think?
Love, 4 When you saw her what she was doing?
Peter

2 Complete the sentences with the words in 5 Was it rain when you went out this
the box. There’s one word you don’t need morning?
to use.
6 You did speak to Samantha this morning?
him | her | them | it | us | me | you - Yes, I did.

1 Do you know Iñigo? I’d like to introduce 5 Complete the text with the correct form
you to him . of be going to or will.
2 Girls! I just don’t understand .
Tomorrow we (1) ’re going to go to France.
3 My parents said that my sister and I can’t
We’ve got tickets for the train. We
watch TV for a week! They were really
(2) probably buy food on
angry with .
the train. We (3) stay in a
4 Look! There’s Cristina Aguilera! Let’s ask
hotel called The Sun. I made the reservation
for her autograph.
yesterday. On Monday, we
5 I’m telling you the truth! Why don’t you
(4) probably visit Versailles
believe ?
if it’s not raining. On Friday we
6 Where’s the remote control? I had
(5) watch the French Open
in my hand just a minute ago!
– the tickets were expensive, but we have
3 Complete the dialogues with the great seats! Oh dear! We probably
comparative or superlative form of (6) have time to see all the
adjective in brackets. tourist sights in Paris!

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Year Test 1
Consolidation

6 Underline the correct option. Writing __ / 20

1 Can anybody / anything / nobody help me?


I can’t move!
1 Complete the story with the words in the
box.
2 The gallery was completely empty! There
was anybody / somebody / nobody there.
because | but | later | although | after | so
3 If we wait, anybody / somebody / nobody
will come soon and help us.
4 I’m bored. There is anything / everything / I always wanted to go to the USA (1) because
nothing on TV. my cousin Rick lives there. (2)
5 I’ve got anything / something / somebody I don’t have much money, last week the
important to tell you. airlines were having a sale. (3)
6 I think it’s in Japanese. I don’t understand I bought a ticket! Two days (4) ,
something / anything / nothing. I was on a plane to New York City – The Big
Apple! (5) getting my suitcases,
I called Rick on my mobile phone. I called
Listening __ / 10 five or six times, (6) there was no
answer!! I didn’t know what to do.
1 Listen to the dialogue. True or false?
Correct the false statements. 2 Continue the story in exercise 1. Plan the
paragraphs. Check your punctuation. Use
1 Ravi thinks he’s too tall. the questions as a guide. Write about 50
True words.
2 Ally and Ravi are aliens.
• What happened next?
3 Ravi is taller than John. • Where was Rick?
• What is Rick like?
4 Ally saw Lisa writing Ravi’s name. • What did you do in New York?
• Was it a good holiday?
5 Chloë likes Ravi. • Give a tip for someone going to New York.

6 Ravi feels better in the end. Speaking __ / 10

TOTAL __ / 100
2 Listen again. Underline the correct option.

1 Ally has red eyes / hair.


2 Ravi is 1 metre 88 / 98 centimetres tall.
3 Ravi wants to have fun before / after
leaving school.
4 Lisa’s got a big nose / big ears.
5 Ally saw Ravi’s name in a notebook /
on the blackboard.
6 Chloë is in Ravi and Ally’s Art / History
class.

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Year Test 1
Extension

Reading __ / 10 2 Read again. Answer the questions.


Hi Anastasia 1 Who was Aunt Marjorie?
You won’t believe what happened! She was Livia’s grandmother’s cousin.
Last Tuesday, my father came home and said ‘I 2 What did Aunt Marjorie want to do after
have something to tell you.’ Then he added: ‘You leaving school?
should probably sit down...’
3 What did Aunt Marjorie leave Livia’s
‘Aunt Marjorie died.’ he said. Aunt Marjorie was
family?
my grandmother’s cousin. She was talkative,
active, generous... and a little strange! After
4 Why did Livia like Aunt Marjorie’s visits?
leaving school, she wanted to travel the world
– and she never stopped! But she never forgot
5 How does Livia know that Aunt Marjorie
about us either. She remembered all our birthdays
didn’t forget about them?
and often wrote to us. I loved her visits because
she liked playing board games with me and she
6 What is Livia doing at the moment?
told the best stories!
‘She left us a farm in Africa,’ my father continued.
‘We could move there.’
‘All of us?!’ I asked. Vocabulary __ / 20
‘You’re joking, right?’ my mother said.
1 What is it? Complete the definitions.
But we could see that he was serious. There was
a short silence, and then Mum said ‘OK!’ 1 It is an eco-friendly way to get around a
So, we’re leaving for Kenya on Friday. I’m packing city: b i c y c l e
right now. What will I do without my favourite 2 It changes television channels: r
soap opera and quiz show? Or the baker’s and c
sweet shop? Most of all, what will I do without 3 It goes over a river: b
you? 4 It sells rings and necklaces: j ’
Your best friend, 5 It is the hair below your mouth: b
6 It measures length: i
Livia
2 Match the words to their opposites.
1 Read the email. Underline the correct
option. 1 classical music e
2 stand up
1 Anastasia / Livia / Marjorie is going to 3 support
move to Kenya. 4 get stressed
2 Livia and Anastasia are best friends / 5 go into
cousins / sisters. 6 selfish
3 Marjorie is Livia’s aunt / grandmother /
grandmother’s cousin. a sit down
4 Livia will miss the sweet shop / shoe shop b fight against
/ pet shop. c generous
5 Livia likes watching a soap opera / d come out of
reality show / documentary on TV. e rock music
6 Livia will miss Marjorie / Anastasia / f take time to relax
her mum the most.

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Year Test 1
Extension

Grammar __ / 30 B But flying is (2) for the


environment than driving. (bad)
1 Complete Peter’s email to his grandfather A Yes, but cars are (3) than planes.
with the verbs in brackets. Use the present (dangerous)
simple or the present continuous. A The (4) beaches in the world are
Dear Grandad, in the Caribbean! (beautiful)
1 I ’m writing to ask for your advice because B I don’t agree. I think the (5)
I don’t know what to do. (write / not know) beaches in the world are in Spain! (good)
2 Every summer, I at A Definitely not! The beaches in the
home and TV all day. Caribbean are (6) than the
(stay / watch) beaches in Spain! (good)
3 This summer I 4 Tick (✓) or correct the sentences.
something different: I
away to summer camp! (do / go) 1 Sorry! When you called, I took a shower.
4 Right now, Mum and Dad and Sorry! When you called, I was taking a shower.
I to choose a camp but 2 I was doing my homework when I was
we . (try / not agree) hearing the noise!
5 They I should stay close
to home, but I to go 3 Were they looking for me? - No, they
France! (say / want) didn’t.
6 My best friend Martin
(go) to Italy every year, and he 4 When you saw her, what she was doing?
(love) it!
What do you think? 5 Was it raining when you went out this
Love, morning?
Peter
6 You did speak to Samantha this morning?
2 Complete the sentences with an object - Yes, I did.
pronoun.

1 Do you know Iñigo? I’d like to introduce 5 Complete the text with the correct form
you to him . of be going to or will.
2 Girls! I just don’t understand .
3 My parents said that my sister and I can’t Tomorrow we (1) ’re going to go to
watch TV for a week! They were really France. We’ve got tickets for the train. We
angry with . (2) probably buy food
4 Look! There’s Cristina Aguilera! Let’s ask on the train. We (3)
for an autograph. stay in a hotel called The Sun. I made
5 I’m telling you the truth! Why don’t you the reservation yesterday. On Monday,
believe ? we (4) probably visit
6 Where’s the remote control? I had Versailles if it’s not raining. On Friday we (5)
in my hand just a minute ago! watch the French Open –
the tickets were expensive, but we have great
3 Complete the dialogues with the seats! Oh dear! We probably
comparative or superlative form of the (6) have time to see all the
adjectives in brackets. tourist sights in Paris!
A I don’t want to drive to Munich. Flying is
(1) faster than driving! (fast)

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Year Test 1
Extension

6 Complete the sentences with the words in Writing __ / 20


the box.
1 Complete the story with the words in the
nobody | somebody | nothing | something box.
anybody | anything
because | but | later | although | after | so
1 Can anybody help me? I can’t move!
2 The classroom was empty. There was I always wanted to go to the USA (1) because
there. my cousin Rick lives there. (2)
3 If we wait, will come soon and I don’t have much money, last week the
help us. airlines were having a sale. (3)
4 I’m bored. There is on TV. I bought a ticket! Two days (4) ,
5 I’ve got important to tell you. I was on a plane to New York City – The Big
6 I think it’s in Japanese. I don’t understand Apple! (5) getting my suitcases,
! I called Rick on my mobile phone. I called
five or six times, (6) there was no
Listening __ / 10 answer!! I didn’t know what to do.

2 Continue the story in exercise 1. Plan


1 Listen to the dialogue. True or false? your paragraphs. You can describe Rick,
Correct the false sentences. talk about the city, and give some tips for
other people. Write about 60 words.
1 Ravi thinks he’s too tall.
True
2 Ally and Ravi are aliens.
Speaking __ / 10
3 Ravi is taller than John. TOTAL __ / 100

4 Ally saw Lisa writing Ravi’s name.

5 Chloë likes Ravi.

6 Ravi feels better in the end.

2 Listen again. Complete the sentences.

1 Ally has red hair .


2 Ravi is 1 metre centimetres tall.
3 Ravi wants to have fun leaving
school.
4 Lisa’s got .
5 Ally saw Ravi’s name .
6 Chloë is in Ravi and Ally’s class.

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Year Test 2
Reinforcement

Reading __ / 10 Vocabulary __ / 20

Can we know the future?


1 Underline the correct option.
All of us want to know what the future holds.
Some of us have questions about our personal 1 Another word for breathe in: exhale /
lives, like ‘Will I get married?’ And some of us inhale.
have more general questions, like ‘Will we travel 2 Friends and Frasier are types of chat show
in spaceships just to go to the baker’s?’ Or maybe / sitcom.
we’ll simply press a button and fresh bread will 3 If you brother or sister is born at the same
appear! time as you, he or she is your twin / cousin.
4 The hair above your eyes are your
People in the past also made predictions about
eyebrows / moustache.
their future. For example:
5 Many people identify / donate money to
• In 1899 the magazine Literary Digest wrote: charity.
‘Although its price will probably fall in the 6 A measurement of weight: pound / mile.
future, it will never ... come into as common use
as the bicycle.’ What were they talking about? 2 What’s Caroline like? Match the sentence
Cars, of course! halves.
• A film producer in 1946 insisted: ‘Television 1 She likes b
won’t last!’ 2 She listens to
And here we are today with television in our 3 She gets around the city
cars... 4 She speaks five languages and wants
5 She does
1 Read the text. Tick (✓) the things it talks 6 The only problem is she never takes
about. Cross (✗) the things it doesn’t talk
about. a on her skateboard.
1 Fashion ✗ 4 Getting a job b cooking food from around the world.
2 Food 5 Family life c time to relax.
3 Transport 6 Cinema d to travel around the world.
e martial arts.
2 Read again. True or false? f country music.
1 Some of us don’t want to know about the
future.
False
2 All of us want to know if we’ll get married.

3 Some of us want to know what the world


will be like.

4 In the 19th century, bicycles were more


popular than cars.

5 They said “Television won’t last” because


its price was too high.

6 The author probably believes we can


predict the future.

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Year Test 2
Reinforcement

Grammar __ / 30 3 Circle the correct option.

1 Complete the sentences with the words


1 Sam is on the computer all the time. He
never turns it / him off!
in brackets. Use the present simple or the
2 What did you buy Chris for his birthday?
present continuous.
– I got it / him a book.
1 Hannah is writing an article for the school 3 Where’s Irene? – I saw she / her at the
paper – she’s an excellent writer! (write) florist’s.
2 It often in England, but today 4 I love cartoons, but I often haven’t got time
the sun is shining. (rain) to watch them / it.
3 I usually have tea in the morning, but this 5 My friends and I are going to the sweet shop.
morning I coffee. (have) Would you like to come with them / us?
4 I Timothy right now – I hardly 6 What’s your big secret? Come on, you can
ever see him anymore! (call) tell !
5 Lily is learning Portuguese because she
her grandparents in Lisbon
4 Complete the sentences with There is/are
or There isn’t/aren’t.
every summer. (visit)
6 I read every night before bed, but tonight I 1 There are a lot of good reasons to study
too tired! (be) English.
2 Tick (✓) the correct sentence, a or b.
2
the dishwasher.
any detergent left for

1 a Last year we had a big party for Alex’s 3 Don’t worry! a lot of
birthday! ✓ time before the train leaves.
b Last year we were having a big party for 4 many things you can do
Alex’s birthday! to be more healthy.
2 a When we was young we went camping 5 a lot of people getting
with our parents every summer. on the train today, I can’t move!
b When we were young we went camping 6 much money left in the
with our parents every summer. bank.
3 a Five years ago there was only one TV in
our house! Now we’ve got five!
5 Underline the correct option.
b Five years ago there is only one TV in Travel Tips!
our house! Now we’ve got five! 1 To travel abroad, you (1) should / must
4 a The children got lost and they weren’t have a valid passport.
knowing what to do! 2 You (2) should / must find out if you need a
b The children got lost and they didn’t visa to enter the country you’re visiting.
know what to do! 3 Some countries say you (3) should / must
5 a When I’m ill, I didn’t eat meat. buy health insurance before you leave – it’s
b When I was ill, I didn’t eat meat. the law!
6 a I had a bath when the phone rang, 4 And you (4) should / must always
so I couldn’t answer it. exchange some money at home, at least
b I was having a bath when the phone enough to get you from the airport to your
rang, so I couldn’t answer it. hotel.
5 Another good idea: you (5) should / must
ask your chemist for extra bottles of any
medicine you’re taking.
6 Most importantly, you (6) should / must call
your mum when you get there or she’ll be
very angry!
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Reinforcement

6 Complete the sentences with the verbs in Writing __ / 20


brackets. Use the present simple or the future.

1 If it doesn’t rain on Saturday, we ’ll go to


1 Complete the story with the words in the
box.
the zoo. (go)
2 If we fight against pollution, we
because | so | as well | and | but | or
global warming. (stop)
3 We’ll call a taxi if the bus
late. (be) 1 On Monday I had a terrible day. Yesterday I
4 If we’re late, they us to had a terrible day as well .
dinner again. (not invite) 2 First I woke up really late,
5 If they love each other, they I couldn’t have a shower.
married. (get) 3 And I couldn’t have a cup of tea
6 You’ll have good luck if you there wasn’t any milk.
born on Friday 13th! (be) 4 So I ordered a cup of tea in a café
I didn’t have any money!
5 Then it started raining! I didn’t have any
Listening __ / 10 money an umbrella.
6 I was wet thirsty!
1 Listen to the dialogues. Underline the
correct option. 2 Write about your life and your family
history. Plan your paragraphs and check
1 How many people does Jemma talk to on your punctuation. Choose 1 or 2 of the
her trip? questions to help you. Write about 40
2/3 words.
2 Where is Jemma travelling to?
Cardiff / Canterbury • Describe yourself. What do you look like?
3 What time is the next train? What kind of person are you?
10:33 / 10:44 • How/When did your parents meet and get
4 What kind of ticket does Jemma want? married?
Single / Return • Where do you and your family live? What is
5 How much does the ticket cost? it like?
£157 / £167 • What are your friends like? What do you
6 Where does Jemma buy her ticket? like doing in your free time?
A ticket window / machine • What are your plans for the future? What
will you do after you leave school?
2 Listen again. True or false?

1 Jemma can’t pay by credit card. Speaking __ / 10


False
2 She thinks the train ticket is cheap. TOTAL __ / 100

3 The man suggests trying a different


departure time.

4 A woman on the train doesn’t feel well.

5 She often feels ill when she travels.

6 She wants some water.

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Year Test 2
Consolidation

Reading __ / 10 Vocabulary __ / 20

Can we know the future?


1 Complete the sentences with the words in
All of us want to know what the future holds. Some the box. There’s one word you don’t need
of us have questions about our personal lives, like to use.
‘Will I get married?’ And some of us have more
general questions, like ‘Will we travel in spaceships donate | sitcom | twin | pound
just to go to the baker’s?’ Or maybe we’ll press a pint | inhale | eyebrows
button and fresh bread will simply appear!
People in the past also made predictions about 1 Another word for breathe in: inhale .
their future. For example: 2 Friends and Frasier are types of .
• In 1899 the magazine Literary Digest wrote: 3 If you brother or sister is born at the same
‘Although its price will probably fall in the time as you, he or she is your .
future, it will never, of course, come into as 4 The hair above your eyes are your
common use as the bicycle.’ What were they .
talking about? Cars, of course! 5 Many people money to charity.
• A film producer in 1946 predicted: ‘Television 6 A measurement of weight: .
won’t last because people will soon get tired of 2 What’s Caroline like? Match the sentence
staring at a … box every night.’ halves.
And here we are today with television in our cars!
1 She likes b
1 Read the text. Tick (✓) the things it talks 2 She listens to
about. Cross (✗) the things it doesn’t talk 3 She gets around the city
about. 4 She speaks five languages and wants
5 She does
1 Fashion ✗ 4 Getting a job 6 The only problem is she never takes
2 Food 5 Family life
3 Transport 6 Cinema a on her skateboard.
2 Read again. True or false? Correct the false
b cooking food from around the world.
c time to relax.
sentences.
d to travel around the world.
1 Some of us don’t want to know about the e martial arts.
future. f country music.
False – all of us want to know what the
future holds.
2 Some of us want to know if we’ll get married.

3 The author wonders if we’ll use cars to go


to the baker’s.

4 In the 19th century, bicycles were more


popular than cars.

5 They said “Television won’t last” because


its price was too high.

6 The author believes we can predict the


future.

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Year Test 2
Consolidation

Grammar __ / 30 3 Complete the sentences with the words in


the box. There’s one word you don’t need
1 Complete the sentences with the verbs in to use.
brackets. Use the present simple or the
present continuous. you | me | us | them | her | him | it

1 Hannah is writing an article for the school


paper – she’s an excellent writer! (write / be) 1 Sam is on the computer all the time. He
2 It often in England, but today never turns it off!
the sun . (rain / shine) 2 What did you buy Chris for his birthday?
3 I usually tea in the morning, - I got a book.
but this morning coffee. (have / 3 Where’s Irene? - I saw at the
have) florist’s.
4 I Timothy right now – I hardly 4 I love cartoons, but I often haven’t got time
ever him anymore! (call / see) to watch .
5 Lily Portuguese because she 5 My friends and I are going to the sweet
her grandparents in Lisbon shop. Would you like to come with
every summer. (learn / visit) ?
6 I every night before bed, but 6 What’s your big secret? Come on, you can
tonight I too tired! (read / be) tell !

2 Rewrite the sentences in the past simple. 4 Underline the correct option.

1 We’re having a big party for Alex’s 1 There are any / a lot of good reasons to
birthday! study English.
Last year we had a big party for Alex’s birthday! 2 There isn’t some / any detergent left for
2 We go camping with our parents every the dishwasher.
summer. 3 Don’t worry! There’s a lot of / some time
When we were young left before the train leaves.
. 4 There are many / any things you can do to
3 There’s only one TV in my house. be healthier.
Five years ago 5 There are a lot of / some people getting on
. the train today, I couldn’t move!
4 I don’t eat meat. 6 There isn’t many / much money left in the
When I was ill . bank.
5 I can’t find my keys! 5 Complete the sentences with the
this morning. comparative or superlative forms of the
6 The children are lost and they don’t know adjectives in brackets.
what to do!
On our last trip 1 I’m 1 metre 99, and I’m the tallest (tall)
. boy in our class!
2 Who’s (old)? You or your
brother?
3 What’s (bad) for your body:
staying up late or eating junk food?
4 Getting stressed is the (bad) of all!
5 This is the (difficult) English test
all year!
6 Studying is (good) than
complaining!
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Consolidation

6 Complete the sentences with the verbs in 5 She often feels ill when she travels.
brackets. Use the present simple or the
future. 6 She wants some water.

1 If it doesn’t rain on Saturday, we ’ll go to


the zoo. (go)
2 If we fight against pollution, we Writing __ / 20
global warming. (stop)
3 We’ll call a taxi if the bus 1 Complete the story with the words in the
late. (be) box. There’s one word you don’t need to
4 If we’re late, they us to use.
dinner again. (not invite)
5 If they love each other, they because | although | so
married. (get) as well | and | but | or
6 You’ll have good luck if you
born on Friday 13th! (be) 1 On Monday I had a terrible day. Yesterday
I had a terrible day as well .
2 First I woke up really late,
Listening __ / 10 I couldn’t have a shower.
3 And I couldn’t have a cup of tea
1 Listen to the dialogues. Underline the there wasn’t any milk.
correct answer. 4 So I ordered a cup of tea in a café
1 How many people does Jemma talk to on I didn’t have any money!
her trip? 5 Then it started raining! I didn’t have any
2/3/4 money an umbrella.
2 Where is Jemma travelling to? 6 I was wet thirsty!
Cardiff / Canterbury / Canton 2 Write about your life and your family
3 What time is the next train? history. Plan your paragraphs and check
10:33 / 10:44 / 10:34 your punctuation. Use the questions to
4 What kind of ticket does Jemma want? help you. Write 40–50 words.
Single / Return / Low fare
5 How much does the ticket cost? • Describe yourself. What do you look like?
£157 / £167 / £111 What kind of person are you?
6 Where does Jemma buy her ticket. • How/When did your parents meet and get
A ticket window / machine / officer married?
• Where do you and your family live? What is
2 Listen again. True or false? Correct the it like?
false sentences. • What are your friends like? What do you
1 Jemma can’t pay by credit card. like doing in your free time?
False – she can pay by credit card. • What are your plans for the future? What
2 She thinks the train ticket is cheap. will you do after you leave school?

3 The man suggests trying a different Speaking __ / 10


departure time.
TOTAL __ / 100
4 A woman on the train doesn’t feel well.

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Extension

Reading __ / 10 5 When did Wilbur and his brother first fly?

Can we know the future? 6 Who made the prediction about television?
All of us want to know what the future holds.
Some of us have questions about our personal
lives, like ‘Will I get married?’ And some are
Vocabulary __ / 20
more interested in global issues. Will we travel
in spaceships just to go to the baker’s? Will there
be a baker’s, a chemist’s and a shoe shop? Or
1 Complete the sentences.
will everything we need simply appear when we 1 Another word for breathe in: i n h a l e .
press a button? 2 Friends and Frasier are types of s .
People in the past also made predictions about 3 If you brother or sister is born at the same
their future. For example: time as you, he or she is your t .
• In 1899 Literary Digest wrote: ‘Although its 4 The hair above your eyes are your
price will probably fall in the future, it will never, e .
of course, come into as common use as the 5 Many people d money to charity.
bicycle.’ What were they talking about? Cars, of 6 A measurement of weight: p .
course!
• In 1901 Wilbur Wright said: ‘Man will not fly for
2 What’s Caroline like? Complete the
sentences with the words in the box.
50 years.’ Two years later he and his brother
were in the air!
time | country | arts | travel
• In 1946 a film producer predicted: ‘Television
food | skateboard
won’t last because people will soon get tired of
staring at a … box every night.’
1 She likes cooking food from around the
And here we are today with television in our cars world.
and on our planes! 2 She listens to music.
3 She gets around the city on her .
1 Read the text. Tick (✓) the things it talks
4 She speaks five languages and wants to
about. Cross (✗) the things it doesn’t talk
around the world.
about.
5 She does martial .
1 getting a job ✗ 6 The only problem is she never takes
2 space travel to relax.
3 the cinema
4 technological inventions
Grammar __ / 30
5 forms of transport
6 what fashion will be like in the future
1 Complete the sentences with the verbs in
2 Read again. Answer the questions. brackets. Use the present simple or the
present continuous.
1 What do all of us want to know?
All of us want to know what the future holds. 1 Hannah is writing an article for the school
2 What two things might we have questions paper – she ’s an excellent writer! (write /
about? be)
2 It often in England, but today
3 What three shops are mentioned? the sun . (rain / shine)
3 I usually tea in the morning,
4 Which was more popular in the 19th but this morning coffee. (have
century: bicycles or cars? / have)

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Extension

4 I Timothy right now – I hardly 5 My friends and I are going to the sweet
ever him anymore! (call / see) shop. Would you like to come with
5 Lily Portuguese because she ?
her grandparents in Lisbon 6 What’s your big secret? Come on, you can
every summer. (learn / visit) tell !
6 I every night before bed, but
tonight I too tired! (read / be)
4 Complete the sentences with There is/
are (✓) or There isn’t/aren’t (✗). Then
2 Rewrite the sentences with the expressions underline the correct option.
in brackets.
1 There are any / a lot of good reasons to
1 We’re having a big party for Alex’s study English. (✓)
birthday! (last year) 2 some / any detergent
Last year we had a big party for Alex’s left for the dishwasher. (✗)
birthday! 3 Don’t worry! a lot of /
2 We go camping with our parents every some time left before the train leaves. (✓)
summer. (when we were young) 4 many / any things you
can do to be more healthy. (✓)
5 a lot of / some people
3 There’s only one TV in my house. (five getting on the train today, I couldn’t move!
years ago) (✓)
6 many / much money
left in the bank. (✗)
4 I don’t eat meat. (when I was ill)
5 Complete the sentences with the
comparative or superlative adjective of
the form in brackets.
5 I can’t find my keys! (this morning)
1 I’m 1 metre 99, and I’m the tallest boy in
our class! (tall)
6 The children are lost and they don’t know 2 Who’s ? You or your
what to do! (on our last trip) brother? (old)
3 What’s for your body:
staying up late or eating junk food? (bad)
3 Complete the sentences with the words in
4 Getting stressed is of
all! (bad)
the box. There’s one word you don’t need
5 This is English test all
to use.
year! (difficult)
6 Studying is
you | me | us | them | her | him | it
complaining! (good)

1 Sam is on the computer all the time. He 6 Complete the sentences with the verbs in
never turns it off! brackets. Use the present simple or the future.
2 What did you buy Chris for his birthday?
1 If it doesn’t rain on Saturday, we ’ll go to
- I got a book.
the zoo. (rain / go)
3 Where’s Irene? - I saw at the
2 If we against pollution,
florist’s.
we global warming.
4 I love cartoons, but I often haven’t got time
(fight / stop)
to watch .
3 We a taxi if the bus
late. (call / be)

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Extension

4 If we late, they Writing __ / 20


us to dinner again. (be /
not invite) 1 Complete the story with one word in each
5 If they each other, they gap.
married. (love / get)
6 You good luck if you 1 On Monday I had a terrible day. Yesterday
born on Friday 13th! I had a terrible day too .
(have / be) 2 First I woke up really late,
I couldn’t have a shower.
3 And I couldn’t have a cup of tea
Listening __ / 10 there wasn’t any milk.
4 So I ordered a cup of tea in a café
1 Listen to the dialogues. Answer the I didn’t have any money!
questions. 5 Then it started raining! I didn’t have any
1 How many people does Jemma talk to on money an umbrella.
her trip? 6 I was wet thirsty!
Two 2 Write about your life and your family
2 Where is Jemma travelling to? history. Plan your paragraphs and check
your punctuation. Use the questions to
3 What time is the next train? help you. Write about 60 words.

4 What kind of ticket does Jemma want? • Describe yourself. What do you look like?
What kind of person are you?
5 How much does the ticket cost? • How/When did your parents meet and get
£ married?
6 Where does Jemma buy the ticket? • Where do you and your family live? What is
From a it like?
• What are your friends like? What do you
2 Listen again. True or false? Correct the like doing in your free time?
false sentences. • What are your plans for the future? What
1 Jemma can’t pay by credit card. will you do after you leave school?
False – she can pay by credit card.
2 She thinks the train ticket is cheap. Speaking __ / 10

3 The man suggests trying a different TOTAL __ / 100


departure time.

4 A woman on the train doesn’t feel well.

5 She often feels ill when she travels.

6 She wants some water.

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Diagnostic Speaking Test
Student A Student B
You and Student B are going to talk about You and Student A are going to talk about
your favourite famous person. Think your favourite famous person. Try to guess
of your favourite film star and answer who the famous person is. Guess Student
Student B’s questions. If Student B hasn’t A’s favourite film star. Ask:
got any questions, help him/her with some
• where he/she comes from
extra information.
• what the star looks like
Then change roles. You try to guess • why he/she likes this star
Student B’s famous person, who is a music • what his/her favourite film is (with this
star. Ask Student B: star) and why
• what else he/she knows about the star’s life
• where he/she comes from
• what the star looks like Who is Student A’s favourite film star?
• why he/she likes this star
Now think of your favourite music star
• what his/her favourite song is and why
and answer Student A’s questions. If
• what else he/she knows about the star’s life
Student A hasn’t got any questions, help
Who is Student B’s favourite music star? him/her with some extra information.

You can use these expressions: You can use these expressions:
Where does ... come from? Where does ... come from?
What does ... look like? Why do you like...? What does ... look like? Why do you like...?

A Is it a man or a woman? A Is it a man or a woman?

Reinforcement
Speaking Test 1

Student A Student B
Complete the table about yourself. Then Complete the table about yourself. Then
talk with your partner. Complete the table talk with your partner. Complete the table
for your partner. for your partner.

You Student B You Student A


town you are from town you are from
favourite school subject favourite school subject
favourite hobby favourite hobby
how often you go shopping how often you go shopping
what you do at the weekend what you do at the weekend
something you hate something you hate

You can use these expressions: You can use these expressions:

Really? I do too I don’t How about you? Really? I do too I don’t How about you?
Not much What about you? Not much What about you?
A Where are you from? A Where are you from?
B I’m from… B I’m from…

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Consolidation
Speaking Test 1
Student A Student B
Complete the table about yourself. Then Complete the table about yourself. Then
talk with your partner. Complete the table talk with your partner. Complete the table
for your partner. for your partner.

You Student B You Student A


town you are from town you are from
favourite school subject favourite school subject
favourite hobby favourite hobby
how often you go shopping how often you go shopping
what you do at the weekend what you do at the weekend
something you hate something you hate

You can use these expressions: You can use these expressions:
Really? I do too How about you? Not much. Really? I do too How about you? Not much.

A Where are you from? A Where are you from?


B I’m from… B I’m from…

t Extension
Speaking Test 1

Student A Student B
Complete the table about yourself. Then Complete the table about yourself. Then
talk with your partner. Complete the table talk with your partner. Complete the table
for your partner. for your partner.

You Student B You Student A


town you are from town you are from
favourite school subject favourite school subject
favourite hobby favourite hobby
how often you go shopping how often you go shopping
what you do at the weekend what you do at the weekend
something you hate something you hate

A Where are you from? A Where are you from?


B I’m from… B I’m from…

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Reinforcement
Speaking Test 2
Student A Student B
Student B is your son or daughter. Ask Listen to your mum or dad (Student A)
him/her to go shopping and get these and write a shopping list.
things for you:
Shopping list
• 5 pink flowers
• a newspaper
• some bread

Now you are the shop assistant and


Student B is the customer. Answer the
customer’s requests.
Now you are the customer and Student A
You can use these expressions: is the shop assistant in each shop. Ask for
Can you… ? Could you… ? Yes, of course. the things on your shopping list.
Sure. No problem.
You can use these expressions:
A Can you get me five pink flowers? Can you… ? Could you… ? Yes, of course.
B OK. Sure. No problem.

A Can you get me five pink flowers?


B OK.

Consolidation
Speaking Test 2

Student A Student B
Student B is your son or daughter. Ask Listen to your mum or dad (Student A)
him/her to go shopping and get these and write a shopping list.
things for you:
Shopping list
• 5 pink flowers
• cough medicine (for a baby 12–24 months)
• a newspaper
• some brown bread

Now you are the shop assistant and


Student B is the customer. Answer the
customer’s requests. Now you are the customer and Student A
is the shop assistant in each shop. Ask for
You can use these expressions: the things on your shopping list.
Can you… ? Could you… ? Yes, of course.
Sure. No problem. You can use these expressions:
Can you… ? Could you… ? Yes, of course.
A Can you get me five pink flowers? Sure. No problem.
B OK. Anything else?
A Can you get me five pink flowers?
B OK. Anything else?

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t Extension
Speaking Test 2
Student A Student B
Student B is your son or daughter. Ask Listen to your mum or dad (Student A)
him/her to go shopping and get these and write a shopping list.
things for you:
Shopping list
• 5 pink flowers
• cough medicine (for a baby 12–24 months)
• three more things (you decide)

Now you are the shop assistant and


Student B is the customer. Answer the
customer’s requests.
Now you are the customer and Student A
You can use these expressions: is the shop assistant in each shop. Ask for
Can you… ? Could you… ? Yes, of course. the things on your shopping list.
Sure. No problem.
You can use these expressions:
A Can you get me five pink flowers? Can you… ? Could you… ? Yes, of course.
B OK. Anything else? Sure. No problem.

A Can you get me five pink flowers?


B OK. Anything else?

n Reinforcement
Speaking Test 3

Student A Student B
You want to take a train from London You are the assistant at a train station.
to York. Ask Student B (the assistant) for Student A is your customer. Start the
information about the trip and buy a conversation and answer Student A’s
ticket. Student B starts the conversation. questions. Use this information:
You want:
Price single
• a single ticket Depart: Arrive: £72.50
• to leave on Saturday at 10 a.m. London 8.30 a.m. York 11.00 a.m. before 9 a.m.
London 10.30 York 1.50 p.m. £32.50
You can use these expressions: a.m. after 9 a.m.
Can I have...? I’d like... How much is...?
You can use these expressions:
B Hello. Can I help you? Can I have...? I’d like... How much is...?
A Yes, thanks. I want to go to York. Would you like…?

B Hello. Can I help you?


A Yes, thanks. I want to go to York.

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Consolidation
Speaking Test 3
Student A Student B
You want to travel from London to York. You are the assistant at a train
Ask B (the assistant) for this information station. Answer A’s questions. Use this
and buy a ticket. information:

• Return to York London to York York to London


• Leave: Sat 10 a.m. Return: Monday 5 p.m. Depart Arrive Depart Arrive
8.30 a.m. 11.00 a.m. 2.00 p.m. 5.30 p.m.
You can use these expressions:
10.30 a.m. 1.50 p.m. 4.30 p.m. 7.30 p.m.
Can I have...? I’d like... How much is...?
Price single Price return
B Hello. Can I help you?
Before 9.00 a.m. £72.50 £78.50
A Yes, thanks. I want to go to York.
After 9.00 a.m. £32.50 £37.50

You can use these expressions:


Can I have...? I’d like... How much is...?
Would you like…?

B Hello. Can I help you?


A Yes, thanks. I want to go to York.

Extension
Speaking Test 3

Student A Student B S
You want to travel from London to York. You are the assistant at a train station.
Ask B (the assistant) for this information Answer A’s questions. Use this
and buy a ticket. information:

• Return to York London to York York to London


• Leave: Sat 8 a.m. Return: Mon 5 p.m. Depart Arrive Depart Arrive
• Ask for prices 8.30 a.m. 11.00 a.m. 2.00 p.m. 5.30 p.m.
• Earlier return possible from York? 10.30 a.m. 1.50 p.m. 4.30 p.m. 7.30 p.m.
B Hello. Can I help you? Price single Price return
A Yes, thanks. I want to go to York. Before 9.00 a.m. £72.50 £78.50
After 9.00 a.m. £32.50 £37.50

B Hello. Can I help you?


A Yes, thanks. I want to go to York.

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n Reinforcement
Speaking Term Test 1
Student A Student B
It’s your Mum and Dad’s anniversary. You You sell tickets for concerts. Student A
want to buy them tickets for a concert. wants to buy tickets for his/her parents.
Student B is the assistant at ticket sales. Look at the programme.
Ask for suggestions, answer Student B’s
• Find out what type of music Student A’s
questions and find out about the show.
parents like.
Ask about:
• Recommend a concert.
• where the performers are from • Answer Student A’s questions.
• the time and date of the show
Programme
• the cost of the tickets
16th February, 8 p.m.
Student B starts the conversation. London Philharmonic plays Mozart
Tickets: €30, €60, €120
You can use these expressions: 22nd February, 9 p.m.
Could you…? Would you like …? Duran Duran – 1980s pop sensation!
How about…? Of course. What time’s…? Tickets: €25, €50, €75
How much are…? Can I have…?
You can use these expressions:
B Can I help you? Could you…? Would you like …?
A Yes, I’d like to buy some tickets. How about…? Of course. What time’s…?

B Can I help you?


A Yes, I’d like to buy some tickets.

n Consolidation
Speaking Term Test 1

Student A Student B
It’s your Mum and Dad’s anniversary. You You sell tickets for concerts. Student A
want to buy them tickets for a concert. wants to buy tickets for his/her parents.
Student B is the assistant at ticket sales. Look at the programme.
Ask for suggestions, answer Student B’s
• Find out what type of music Student A’s
questions and find out about the show.
parents like.
Ask about:
• Recommend a concert.
• the type of music • Answer Student A’s questions.
• where the performers are from
Programme
• the time and date of the show
16th February, 8 p.m.
• the cost of the tickets
London Philharmonic plays Mozart
Student B starts the conversation. Tickets: €30, €60, €120
22nd February, 9 p.m.
You can use these expressions: Duran Duran – 1980s pop sensation!
Could you…? What time’s…? Tickets: €25, €50, €75
How much are…? Can I have…?
You can use these expressions:
B Can I help you? Could you…? Would you like …?
A Yes, I’d like to buy some tickets. How about…?

B Can I help you?


A Yes, I’d like to buy some tickets.
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Extension
Speaking Term Test 1
Student A Student B
It’s your Mum and Dad’s anniversary. You You sell tickets for concerts. Student A
want to buy them tickets for a concert. wants to buy tickets for his parents.
Student B is the assistant at ticket sales.
• Find out what type of music Student A’s
Ask for suggestions, answer Student B’s
parents like.
questions and find out about the show.
• Recommend a concert.
Ask about:
• Answer Student A’s questions about the
• where the performers are from show.
• what type of music they play
Programme
• the time and date of the show
15th February, 10 p.m.
• the cost of the tickets
Ipanema – Latin jazz
Tickets: €20, €50, €100
B Can I help you?
16th February, 8 p.m.
A Yes, I’d like to buy some tickets.
London Philharmonic plays Schubert and
Mozart
Tickets: €30, €60, €120
22nd February, 9 p.m.
Duran Duran – 1980s pop sensation!
Tickets: €25, €50, €75

B Can I help you?


A Yes, I’d like to buy some tickets.

Reinforcement
Speaking Test 4

Student A Student B
You are friends with Student B. He/She You are friends with Student A. You’re not
doesn’t look happy. Ask him/her about his/ happy. Tell him/her about your problem.
her problem.
• You’re going to a party tonight but you
• Ask Student B what’s wrong. have nothing to wear.
• Make two suggestions to help him/her.
Now change roles. Ask Student A about
You can use these expressions: his/her problem.
What’s the problem? What’s wrong?
• Ask Student B what’s wrong.
Why don’t you…? How about…?
• Make two suggestions to help him/her.
Now change roles. Tell Student B about
You can use these expressions:
your problem.
What’s the problem? What’s wrong?
• You want to go on holiday with your Why don’t you…? How about…?
friends but you have no money.
A Hi . What’s wrong?
A Hi . What’s wrong? B Well, I’m going to a party tonight...
B Well, I’m going to a party tonight...

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n Consolidation
Speaking Test 4
Student A Student B
You are friends with Student B. He/She You are friends with Student A. You’re not
doesn’t look happy. Ask him/her about his/ happy. Tell him/her about your problem.
her problem.
• You’re going to a party tonight but you
• Ask Student B what’s wrong. have nothing to wear.
• Make suggestions to help him/her.
Now change roles. Ask Student A about
You can use these expressions: his/her problem.
What’s the problem? What’s wrong?
• Ask Student B what’s wrong.
Why don’t you…? How about…?
• Make two suggestions to help him/her.
Now change roles. Tell Student B about
You can use these expressions:
your problem.
What’s the problem? What’s wrong?
• You want to go on holiday with your Why don’t you…? How about…?
friends but you have no money.
A Hi . What’s wrong?
A Hi . What’s wrong? B Well, I’m going to a party tonight...
B Well, I’m going to a party tonight...

t Extension
Speaking Test 4

Student A Student B
You are friends with Student B. He/She You are friends with Student A. You’re not
doesn’t look happy. Ask him/her about his/ happy. Tell him/her about your problem.
her problem.
• You’re going to a party tonight but you
• Ask Student B what’s wrong. have nothing to wear.
• Make suggestions to help him/her.
Now change roles. Ask Student A about
Now change roles. Tell Student B about his/her problem.
your problem.
A Hi . What’s wrong?
• You want to go on holiday with your B Well, I’m going to a party tonight...
friends but you have no money.

A Hi . What’s wrong?
B Well, I’m going to a party tonight...

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Reinforcement
Speaking Test 5
Student A Student B
Tell Student B a story. Use this Listen and react to Student A’s story.
information.
Now change roles. Tell Student A a story.
went to school >> lost keys >> Use this information.
visited neighbours >> no answer >>
walking home from school >> heard a noise >>
phoned friends, sister, mum, etc. >>
saw two green eyes: alien with two heads >>
no answer >> went to police station >>
went to alien’s spaceship >> had breakfast >>
they opened the door >> then found keys! >>
went flying in spacecraft >>
in my pocket!!!
arrived home safely
Now change roles. Listen and react to
You can use these expressions:
Student B’s story.
You’re joking! I don’t believe it! No way!
You can use these expressions: One day Then In the end
One day Then In the end
You’re joking! I don’t believe it! No way! A One day I lost my keys...
B No way!
A One day I lost my keys...
B No way!

Consolidation
Speaking Test 5

Student A Student B
Tell Student B a story. Use this Listen and react to Student A’s story.
information.
Now change roles. Tell Student A a story.
• Talk about a time you lost your keys. Use this information.
• Where were you?
• Talk about a UFO experience.
• What did you do?
• Where were you?
• What happend in the end?
• What did you do?
Now change roles. Listen and react to • What happend in the end?
Student B’s story.
You can use these expressions:
You can use these expressions: You’re joking! I don’t believe it! No way!
One day Then In the end One day Then In the end
You’re joking! I don’t believe it! No way!
A One day I lost my keys...
A One day I lost my keys... B No way!
B No way!

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t Extension
Speaking Test 5
Student A Student B
Tell Student B a story. Use this Listen to Student A’s story. React to the
information. story.

• Talk about a time you lost your keys. Now change roles. Tell Student A a story.
• Where were you? Use this information.
• What did you do?
• Talk about a UFO experience.
• What happend in the end?
• Where were you?
Now change roles. Listen to Student B’s • What did you do?
story. React to the story. • What happend in the end?

A One day I lost my keys...


A One day I lost my keys...
B No way!
B No way!

n Reinforcement
Speaking Test 6

Student A Student B
Your family bought your grandmother a You are Student A’s grandmother.
mobile phone for her birthday. Student B You received a mobile phone for your
is your grandmother. Tell her how to save birthday and you want to know how to
a telephone number. Student B starts the save a telephone number. You start the
conversation. conversation.

Now you are Student B’s grandfather. Now Student A is your grandfather.
You’ve just received a computer for your Your family gave him a computer for his
birthday. Find out how to send email. You birthday to help stay in touch. He wants
start the conversation. to know how to send an email. Student A
starts the conversation.
You can use these expressions:
Press... Display... Select... Navigate... You can use these expressions:
How do you...? How do you...?
Press... Display... Select... Navigate...
B How do you save a phone number?
A Well, first you press... B How do you save a phone number?
A Well, first you press...

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Consolidation
Speaking Test 6
Student A Student B
Your family bought your grandmother a You are Student A’s grandmother. You
mobile phone for her birthday. Student received a mobile phone for your birthday
B is your grandmother. Tell her how to and you want to know how to make calls
make calls and save a telephone number. and save a telephone number. You start
Student B starts the conversation. the conversation.

Now you are Student B’s grandfather. Now Student A is your grandfather.
You’ve just received a computer for Your family gave him a computer for
your birthday. Find out how to open the his birthday to help stay in touch. He
browser and send email. You start the wants to know how to open the browser
conversation. and send an email. Student A starts the
conversation.
You can use these expressions:
Press... Display... Select... Navigate... You can use these expressions:
How do you...? How do you...?
Press... Display... Select... Navigate...
B How do you save a phone number?
A Well, first you press... B How do you save a phone number?
A Well, first you press...

Extension
Speaking Test 6
Student A Student B
Your family bought your grandmother a You are Student A’s grandmother. You
mobile phone for her birthday. Student received a mobile phone for your birthday
B is your grandmother. Tell her how and you want to know how to receive
to receive calls, make calls and save a calls, make calls and save a telephone
telephone number. Student B starts the number. You start the conversation.
conversation.
Now Student A is your grandfather.
Now you are Student B’s grandfather. Your family gave him a computer for
You’ve just received a computer for your his birthday to help stay in touch. He
birthday. Find out how to open a browser, wants to know how to open the browser
send email and switch off the computer. and send an email. Student A starts the
You start the conversation. conversation.

B How do you save a phone number? B How do you save a phone number?
A Well, first you press... A Well, first you press...

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n Reinforcement
Speaking Term Test 2
Student A Student B
You are the receptionist at an expensive You are staying at an expensive hotel. You
hotel. Student B is one of your customers call reception to ask for some advice and
and calls from his/her room. help. Student A is the receptionist.

• Ask how his/her trip was and react to the • Tell Student A about your trip (there was a
story. famous person on your plane).
• Suggest options for dinner (restaurant, • Ask for suggestions for dinner. You’re very
room service, etc.). hungry and you want to eat quickly!
• Explain how the TV works (‘TV’ key on • Ask how the television works.
remote control; middle key = menu; arrow
Student A starts the conversation.
key = up/down).

Student A starts the conversation. You can use these expressions:


Can you suggest...? How does ... work?
You can use these expressions: How do you...? Guess what! It’s true!
Why don’t...? How about...? That’s amazing!
display navigate select A Reception. Can I help you?
B Hello. This is Room 515.
A Reception. Can I help you?
B Hello. This is Room 515.

n Consolidation
Speaking Term Test 2

Student A Student B
You are the receptionist at an expensive You are staying at an expensive hotel. You
hotel. Student B is one of your customers call reception to ask for some advice and
and calls from his/her room. help. Student A is the receptionist.

• Ask how his/her trip was and react to the • Tell Student A about your trip (there was a
story. famous person on your plane).
• Suggest options for dinner (restaurant, • Ask for suggestions for dinner. You’re very
room service, etc.). hungry and you want to eat quickly!
• Explain how the TV works (‘TV’ key on • Ask how the television works.
remote control; middle key = menu; arrow
Student A starts the conversation.
key = up/down).

Student A starts the conversation. You can use these expressions:


Can you suggest...? How do you...?
You can use these expressions: Guess what!
Why don’t...? That’s amazing!
display navigate A Reception. Can I help you?
B Hello. This is Room 515.
A Reception. Can I help you?
B Hello. This is Room 515.

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Extension
Speaking Term Test 2
Student A Student B
You are the receptionist at an expensive You are staying at an expensive hotel. You
hotel. Student B is one of your customers call reception to ask for some advice and
and calls from his/her room. help. Student A is the receptionist.

• Ask how his/her trip was and react to the • Tell Student A about your trip (there was a
story. famous person on your plane).
• Suggest options for dinner (restaurant, • Ask for suggestions for dinner. You’re very
room service, etc.). hungry and you want to eat quickly!
• Explain how the TV works (‘TV’ key on • Ask how the television works.
remote control; middle key = menu; arrow
Student A starts the conversation.
key = up/down).
A Reception. Can I help you?
Student A starts the conversation.
B Hello. This is Room 515.
A Reception. Can I help you?
B Hello. This is Room 515.

Reinforcement
Speaking Test 7

Student A Student B
You and your partner don’t agree on You and your partner don’t agree on
anything! Tell Student B your opinion anything! Disagree with Student A’s
about: opinions.

• Yoga and meditation. You think they are Now you start another conversation. Tell
good for relaxing. Student A your opinion about:
• Football and tennis. Which is the best
• TV. You think teenagers watch too much
sport?
TV.
You can use these expressions: • Food. Junk food or a balanced diet?
I think... In my opinion... I don’t really agree.
You can use these expressions:
I don’t think it’s true. Let’s agree to disagree.
I think... In my opinion... I don’t really agree.
I don’t think it’s true. Let’s agree to disagree.
A I think yoga is a great way to relax.
B Do you think so? Why?
A I think yoga is a great way to relax.
B Do you think so? Why?

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n Consolidation
Speaking Test 7
Student A Student B
Discuss these opinions with your partner. Discuss these opinions with your partner.

• Athletes shouldn’t take steroids. • Athletes should be able to take steroids.


• TV is boring. There are other more • TV is the best type of entertainment.
interesting things.
You can use these expressions:
You can use these expressions: I think... In my opinion... I don’t really agree.
I think... In my opinion... I don’t really agree. I don’t think it’s true. Let’s agree to disagree.
I don’t think it’s true. Let’s agree to disagree.
A I don’t think athletes should take steroids.
A I don’t think athletes should take steroids. B Really? Why?
B Really? Why?

t Extension
Speaking Test 7

Student A Student B
Discuss these things with your partner. Discuss these things with your partner.

• Caffeine is dangerous for health (no sleep, • Caffeine is good for your health >> energy,
etc.) etc. (if you are careful)
• Everyone should wear cycle helmets >> too • We don’t need cycle helmets, we should be
many accidents / roads = dangerous, etc. careful >> our parents didn’t have them –
• Relaxation techniques are useful for why do we need them?
students (yoga, meditation, etc.) • Relaxation techniques (yoga, meditation,
etc.) are a waste of time and money. We
A I think caffeine is really dangerous for your just need normal exercise, a balanced diet
health. and more sleep.
B Do you think so? Why?
A I think caffeine is really dangerous for your
health.
B Do you think so? Why?

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Reinforcement
Speaking Test 8
Student A Student B
You are a police officer. Student B has lost You are Nick Mullins. You have lost your
something. mobile phone and you go to the police
station to report the loss.
• Ask Nick to describe the lost item.
• Ask about the measurements, make, • Answer the police officer’s (Student A)
model, colour, any special characteristics, questions and describe the phone:
etc. Take notes. Make: Nokia Model: 5800 Colour: Black
Measurements: About 10cm long x 5 cm
Name:
wide
Item lost:
Special characteristics: Scratch on the
Description:
display
Special You can use these expressions:
characteristics: What make/model...? What colour...?
How big...? I lost my... It’s... It’s got...
You can use these expressions:
What make/model...? What colour...?
A Hello. What’s your name?
How big...? I lost my... It’s... It’s got...
B I’m Nick Mullins.
A Hello. What’s your name?
B I’m Nick Mullins.

Consolidation
Speaking Test 8

Student A Student B
You are a police officer. Student B has You are Nick Mullins. You have lost a few
lost some things. Ask him/her about the things and you got to the police station
measurements, make, model and colour of to report the loss. Describe the things you
the lost items. lost.

Name: • A black Nokia 5800 mobile phone (10cm


Item lost: long x 4.5 cm wide)
Description: • A red Nike sports bag (3 kilos; 60 cm long x
30cm wide)
Special
You can use these expressions:
characteristics:
What make/model...? What colour...?
You can use these expressions: How big...? I lost my... It’s... It’s got...
What make/model...? What colour...?
How big...? I lost my... It’s... It’s got... A Hello. What’s your name?
B I’m Nick Mullins.
A Hello. What’s your name?
B I’m Nick Mullins.

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t Extension
Speaking Test 8
Student A Student B
You are a police officer. Student B has You are Nick Mullins. You have lost a few
lost a few things. Ask him/her about the things and you got to the police station
measurements, make, model and colour of to report the loss. Describe the things you
the lost items. lost.

Name: • A black Nokia 5800 mobile phone (10cm L


Item lost: x 4.5 cm W)
Description: • A red Nike sports bag (3 kilos; 60 cm L x
30cm W)
• A blue Samsung 320R digital camera (8cm
X 4cm)
Special
characteristics:
A Hello. What’s your name and how can I help
you?
A Hello. What’s your name and how can I help
B I’m Nick Mullins and I’ve lost my phone.
you?
B I’m Nick Mullins and I’ve lost my phone.

Reinforcement
Speaking Test 9

Student A Student B
It’s a friend’s birthday. Make suggestions It’s a friend’s birthday. Make suggestions
with Student B about good birthday with Student A about good birthday
presents for your friend, Chris. presents for your friend, Chris.

Chris likes sport, watching football, Indian Chris likes sport, watching football, Indian
food, online gaming and films. food, online gaming and films.

You can use these expressions: You can use these expressions:
What do you suggest? OK, let’s do that. What do you suggest? OK, let’s do that.
I’m not sure. The only problem is … I’m not sure. The only problem is …
Like what? Maybe you’re right. I don’t know. Like what? Maybe you’re right. I don’t know.

A Hey, it’s Chris’ birthday next week. A Hey, it’s Chris’ birthday next week.
B We could get him something together... B We could get him something together...

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Consolidation
Speaking Test 9
Student A Student B
It’s a friend’s birthday. Make suggestions It’s a friend’s birthday. Make suggestions
with Student B about good birthday with Student A about good birthday
presents for your friend, Chris. presents for your friend, Chris.

• Chris likes sport, watching football, Indian • Chris likes sport, watching football, Indian
food, online gaming and films. food, online gaming and films.
• Make at least two suggestions. • Make at least two suggestions.
• Reject one of Student B’s ideas. • Reject one of Student A’s ideas.

You can use these expressions: You can use these expressions:
What do you suggest? OK, let’s do that. What do you suggest? OK, let’s do that.
I’m not sure. The only problem is … I’m not sure. The only problem is …
Like what? Maybe you’re right. I don’t know. Like what? Maybe you’re right. I don’t know.

A Hey, it’s Chris’ birthday next week. A Hey, it’s Chris’ birthday next week.
B We could get him something together... B We could get him something together...

Extension
Speaking Test 9

Student A Student B
It’s a friend’s birthday. Make suggestions It’s a friend’s birthday. Make suggestions
with Student B about good birthday with Student A about good birthday
presents for your friend, Chris. presents for your friend, Chris.

• Chris likes sport, watching football, Indian • Chris likes sport, watching football, Indian
food, online gaming and films. food, online gaming and films.
• Make at least two suggestions. • Make at least two suggestions.
• Reject one of Student B’s ideas. • Reject one of Student A’s ideas.
• Suggest going out somewhere and doing • Suggest having a party at Student B’s
something together. house.

A Hey, it’s Chris’ birthday next week. A Hey, it’s Chris’ birthday next week.
B We could get him something together... B We could get him something together...

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n Reinforcement
Speaking Term Test 3
Student A Student B
Choose a famous person (Brad Pitt, Student A is a famous person. Try to guess
Angelina Jolie etc.). Student B has to Student A’s identity in twenty questions. Ask
guess your identity. Answer his/her about physical characteristics, job, age, etc.
twenty questions. Student B starts the You start the conversation.
conversation.
Now swap roles. Choose a famous person.
Now swap roles and try to guess Student A has to guess your identity.
Student B’s identity. Ask about physical Answer his/her questions.
characteristics, job, age, etc.
You can use these expressions:
You can use these expressions: How tall...? Where are you from?
How tall...? Where are you from? How much do you weigh? How old...?
How much do you weigh? How old...? Do you...? Are you...?
Do you...? Are you...?
B Are you a man or a woman?
B Are you a man or a woman?

n Consolidation
Speaking Term Test 3

Student A Student B
Choose a famous person (Brad Pitt, Student A is a famous person. Try to guess
Angelina Jolie etc.). Student B has to Student A’s identity in twenty questions. Ask
guess your identity. Answer his/her about physical characteristics, job, age, etc.
twenty questions. Student B starts the You start the conversation.
conversation.
Now swap roles. Choose a famous person.
Now swap roles and try to guess Student A has to guess your identity.
Student B’s identity. Ask about physical Answer his/her questions.
characteristics, job, age, etc. Discuss your favourite celebrities.
Discuss your favourite celebrities.
You can use these expressions:
You can use these expressions: How tall...? Where are you from?
How tall...? Where are you from? How much do you weigh? How old...?
How much do you weigh? How old...? Do you...? Are you...?
Do you...? Are you...?
B Are you a man or a woman?
B Are you a man or a woman?

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Extension
Speaking Term Test 3
Student A Student B
Choose a famous person (Brad Pitt, Student A chooses a famous person. Try to
Angelina Jolie etc.). Student B has to guess Student A’s identity in ten questions.
guess your identity. Answer his/her twenty Ask about physical characteristics, job, age,
questions. Student B starts. etc. You start.

Now swap roles and try to guess Now swap roles. Choose a famous person.
Student B’s identity. Ask about physical Student A has to guess your identity.
characteristics, job, age, etc. Answer his/her questions.
Discuss your favourite celebrities. Discuss your favourite celebrities.

B Are you a man or a woman? B Are you a man or a woman?

Reinforcement
Speaking Year Test 1
Student A Student B
You’re staying at your friend Matt’s flat in Student A is visiting his friend Matt in
New York. Matt’s at work. You wake up New York. You are also Matt’s friend. Matt
and feel ill. You hear a knock at the door. is at work and asks you to take Student A
It’s Matt’s friend (Student B). He/She’s here sightseeing. You go to his apartment to
to take you sightseeing. pick up his friend.

• Introduce yourself to Student B. • Introduce yourself to Student A.


• Talk about what you like to do (plan your • Ask Student A what he/she likes to do
day sightseeing). (plan your day sightseeing).
• Suddenly you feel worse. Tell Student B • Suddenly Student A looks ill. Find out
what’s wrong. what’s wrong.
• Should you go to the doctor’s? Make a • Give some suggestions.
decision. • Should you go to the doctor’s? Make a
decision.
You can use these expressions:
How about you? Are you all right? You can use these expressions:
What about…? Why don’t we…? How about you? Are you all right?
The only problem is… Maybe you’re right. What about…? Why don’t we…?
I don’t agree. The only problem is… Maybe you’re right.
I don’t agree.
A Hello.
B Hi, I’m Matt’s friend. A Hello.
B Hi, I’m Matt’s friend.

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n Consolidation
Speaking Year Test 1
Student A Student B
You’re staying at your friend Matt’s flat in Student A is visiting his friend Matt in
New York. Matt’s at work. You wake up New York. You are also Matt’s friend. Matt
and feel ill. You hear a knock at the door. is at work and asks you to take Student A
It’s Matt’s friend (Student B). He/She’s here sightseeing. You go to his apartment to
to take you sightseeing. pick up his friend.

• Introduce yourself to Student B. • Introduce yourself to Student A.


• Talk about what you like to do (plan your • Ask Student A what he/she likes to do
day sightseeing). (plan your day sightseeing).
• Suddenly you feel worse. Tell Student B • Suddenly Student A looks ill. Find out
what’s wrong. what’s wrong.
• Should you go to the doctor’s? Make a • Give some suggestions.
decision. • Should you go to the doctor’s? Make a
decision.
You can use these expressions: You can use these expressions:
How about you? Are you all right? How about you? Are you all right?
What about…? Why don’t we…? What about…? Why don’t we…?
The only problem is… Maybe you’re right. The only problem is… Maybe you’re right.
I don’t agree. I don’t agree.

A Hello. A Hello.
t B Hi, I’m Matt’s friend. B Hi, I’m Matt’s friend.

Extension
Speaking Year Test 1

Student A Student B
You’re staying at your friend Matt’s flat in Student A is visiting his friend Matt in
New York. Matt’s at work. You wake up New York. You are also Matt’s friend. Matt
and feel ill. You hear a knock at the door. is at work and asks you to take Student A
It’s Matt’s friend (Student B). He/She’s here sightseeing. You go to his apartment to
to take you sightseeing. pick up his friend.

• Introduce yourself to Student B. • Introduce yourself to Student A.


• Plan your day sightseeing. • Plan your day sightseeing. Suggest some
• Suddenly you feel worse. Tell Student B places to go.
what’s wrong. • Suddenly Student A looks ill. Find out
• Should you go to the doctor’s? Make a what’s wrong.
decision. • Give some suggestions.
• Should you go to the doctor’s? Make a
A Hello. decision.
B Hi, I’m Matt’s friend.
A Hello.
B Hi, I’m Matt’s friend.

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Reinforcement
Speaking Year Test 2
Student A Student B
You and your friend (Student B) are You and your friend (Student A) are
planning a trip next weekend. Consider planning a trip next weekend. Consider
what you like doing (camping, beach, what you like doing (camping, beach,
city), the cost and travel time. Discuss: city), the cost and travel time. Discuss:

• Going to the beach in Brighton. (about 1 • Going to the beach in Brighton (about 1
hour by train, tickets for £29.00 return). hour by train, tickets for £29.00 return).
• Camping in Devon County (2 hours by • Camping in Devon county (2 hrs by train,
train, tickets start at £42.00 return). tickets start at £42.00 return).
• A weekend in Paris (2 ½ hours by train, • A weekend in Paris (2 ½ hours by train,
tickets start at £59.00 return). tickets start at £59.00 return).

You can use these expressions: You can use these expressions:
I love... I don’t mind... I hate... I love... I don’t mind... I hate...
How much is...? How much is...?
Maybe you’re right? Why don’t we...? Maybe you’re right? Why don’t we...?

A So, where should we go this weekend? A So, where should we go this weekend?
B I don’t know... How about...? B I don’t know... How about...?

Consolidation
Speaking Year Test 2

Student A Student B
You and your friend (Student B) are You and your friend (Student A) are
planning a trip next weekend. Consider planning a trip next weekend. Consider
what you like doing (camping, beach, what you like doing (camping, beach,
city), the cost and travel time. Discuss: city), the cost and travel time. Discuss:

• Going to the beach in Brighton. (about 1 • Going to the beach in Brighton (about 1
hour by train, start at £29.00 return). hour by train, tickets for £29.00 return).
• Camping in Devon County (2 hrs by train, • Camping in Devon county (2 hrs by train,
tickets start at £42.00 return). tickets start at £42.00 return).
• A weekend in Paris (2 ½ hours by train, • A weekend in Paris (2 ½ hours by train,
tickets start at £59.00 return). tickets start at £59.00 return).

You want to book your tickets online, but Student A wants to book your tickets
you don’t know how. Ask Student B to online but doesn’t know how. Explain.
explain.
You can use these expressions:
You can use these expressions: I love... I don’t mind... I hate...
I love... I don’t mind... I hate... How much is...?
How much is...? Maybe you’re right? Why don’t we...?
Maybe you’re right? Why don’t we...?
A So, where should we go this weekend?
A So, where should we go this weekend? B I don’t know... How about...?
B I don’t know... How about...?
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t Extension
Speaking Year Test 2
Student A Student B
You and your friend (Student B) are You and your friend (Student A) are
planning a trip next weekend. Consider planning a trip next weekend. Consider
what you like doing (camping, beach, what you like doing (camping, beach,
city), the cost and travel time. Discuss the city), the cost and travel time. Discuss the
following options: following options:

• Going to the beach in Brighton. (about 1 • Going to the beach in Brighton. (about 1
hour by train, start at £29.00 return). hour by train, start at £29.00 return).
• Camping in Devon County (2 hours by • Camping in Devon County (2 hours by
train, tickets start at £42.00 return). train, tickets start at £42.00 return).
• A weekend in Paris (2 ½ hours by train, • A weekend in Paris (2 ½ hours by train,
tickets start at £59.00 return). tickets start at £59.00 return).

You want to book your tickets online, but Student A wants to book your tickets
you don’t know how. Ask Student B to online but doesn’t know how. Explain.
explain.
A So, where should we go this weekend?
A So, where should we go this weekend? B I don’t know... How about...?
B I don’t know... How about...?

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Answers
Diagnostic Test Extension
2 False – they are friends.
4
Reinforcement
Reading 3 True 2 every day 3 at the weekend
4 False – only Kyle plays in a band.
1 5 False – he’s hardly ever grumpy.
4 three times a week 5 twice a week.
6 never
2f 3c 4e 5d 6b 6 True Consolidation / Extension
2 2 2 Mark plays football twice a week.
2 Greg is Grace’s boyfriend. Reinforcement 3 Mark watches Formula One at the
3 The Cook Islanders were brilliant 2 They like playing computer games and weekend.
sailors. reading comics. 4 Mark never eats meat.
4 There are fifteen Cook Islands. 3 They’re writing a comic. 5 Mark rides his scooter every day.
5 The Cook Islands are in the Pacific 4 He plays in a band twice a week. 6 Mark surfs the Internet three times a
Ocean. 5 He plays the guitar. week.
6 Mutiny on the Bounty is about Captain
William Bligh.
6 She likes doing karate.
Consolidation
5
Reinforcement
2 He plays with his band twice a week.
Vocabulary 3 No, she does karate.
2 Does 3 do 4 does 5 do 6 does
Consolidation
1 4 Yes she is. She’s drawing the pictures 2b 3c 4e 5f 6d
2e 3b 4c 5f 6a for the comic. Extension
5 They play computer games after school.
2 6 Kyle likes playing basketball.
2 Does she wear dresses? No, she usually
wears jeans.
2 actor 3 snowboarding 4 cold Extension
5 piano 6 bedroom 3 How often do you go to the cinema?
2 He is generally a postive person. Once a month.
3 They play computer games and read 4✓
Grammar comics together. 5 Why does your sister look grumpy
1 4 They use Kyle’s wheelchair. today? She’s worried about her exam
2 goes 3 are meeting 4 lives 5 He practises shooting because he’s tomorrow.
5 is driving 6 thinks training for a national basketball 6 What does your brother like doing at
2
competition. school? Chemistry and Maths.
6 She really likes Kyle because he
2 it 3 She 4 my 5 him 6 our believes he can do anything. 6
3 Vocabulary
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
2 doesn’t mind reading
2b 3a 4a 5a 6b
4 1 3 doesn’t like playing board games
4 hates cooking
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
2 a lot of 3 some 4 any 5 Were 6 some 5 likes painting
2 shy 3 lazy 4 selfish
5 5 talkative 6 active
6 loves singing
2 watched 3 Did; do 4 gave
5 read 6 bought 2 Listening
6
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
2 cooking 3 meeting 4 camping
1
Reinforcement / Consolidation
2 mustn’t 3 can 4 must 5 dancing 6 reading 2 Budapest 3 cooking 4 Denmark
5 mustn’t 6 can 5 eating in restaurants 6 cooking
Grammar Extension
Listening 1 2 False 3 True 4 False 5 True 6 True
1 Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
2
2 False 3 True 4 False 5 True 6 False 2 watch 3 gets up
Reinforcement
2 4 doesn’t eat; doesn’t like
5 have got 6 study
2b 3b 4a 5b 6a
2 bank 3 pasta and pizza 4 spinach Consolidation
5 May 6 six 2 2 False – they want to improve their
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension English.
Writing 2 doesn’t swim 3 doesn’t like 3 False – she’s an artist.
1 4 doesn’t work 5 goes 6 meets 4 True
2a 3b 4a 5b 6b 3 5 False – they both like eating in
restaurants.
2 Reinforcement
2 Grandad always eats bananas for
6 False – he works in a restaurant.
Students’ own answers. Extension
breakfast. 2 They both want to improve their
3 We usually watch football on Sunday.
Test 1 4 My mum hardly ever eats fish.
English.
3 Birta is an artist.
5 I often listen to music at lunchtime.
Reading 6 Bob sometimes plays tennis after
4 He’s not very good at it.
5 They both like eating in restaurants.
1 school. 6 He works in a restaurant.
Reinforcement Consolidation / Extension
2 Jane 3 Kyle 4 Jane 5 Kyle 6 Kyle 2 Grandad is always grumpy.
Consolidation 3 We usually watch football on Sunday.
2 False 3 True 4 False 5 False 6 True 4 My mum hardly ever eats fish.
5 I often listen to music at lunchtime.
6 Bob sometimes plays tennis after
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Writing Grammar 2
1 1 Reinforcement
2 and 3 Because 4 Fridays 5 or 6 Salsa
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension Reinforcement
Consolidation / Extension
2 Kyle writes comic books and he also 2 is feeding 3 is buying 4 are dancing
plays the guitar. 5 ’m trying on 6 is writing Students’ own answers.
3 I eat cake but I also eat a lot of Consolidation / Extension
vegetables. 2 is feeding the fish Test 3
4 We do karate on Thursdays and on 3 is buying chocolate
Saturdays too. 4 are dancing in a competition Reading
5 She’s very talkative but she’s also very
kind.
5 ’m trying on shoes
6 is writing a letter
1
Reinforcement
6 Playing the violin is difficult, but it’s
fun too. 2 2 True 3 True 4 False 5 True 6 False
Reinforcement / Consolidation Consolidation
2 2 Are; trying 3 Are; dancing 2 True
Reinforcement 4 Is; feeding 5 Is; choosing 6 is; writing 3 True
2 free 3 play 4 shy 5 also 6 active Extension 4 False – she never goes to school by
Consolidation / Extension 2 Are; trying; No, they aren’t. bike.
Students’ own answers. 3 Are; dancing; No, I’m not. 5 False – there are forty-five people in
4 Is; feeding; No, she isn’t. Thaskin’s class.
Test 2 5 Is; buying; Yes, he is.
6 Is; writing; Yes, she is.
6 False – he only rollerblades to school
when the weather is good.
Extension
Reading 3 2 True
1 Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension 3 False – he doesn’t like it.
Reinforcement / Consolidation 2P 3F 4F 5P 6F 4 False – Amanda’s dad goes to work by
2 Bob 3 Sarah 4 Bob 5 Toni 4 train / she always goes to school by car.
5 False – there are forty-five people in
6 Sarah and Toni Reinforcement / Consolidation
Extension 2 are spending 3 want 4 are playing Thaskin’s class.
2 Bob and Simon 3 Sarah 4 Bob 5 like 6 are meeting 6 False – he only rollerblades to school
5 Toni 6 Sarah and Toni Extension when the weather is good.
2 2 He’s chatting online. 2
Reinforcement 3 She’s going to the chemist’s after Reinforcement
2 False 3 True 4 True 5 False 6 False school. ✓ 2 In the fields. 3 Her mum.
Consolidation 4 They’re running a marathon in March. 4 Because they’re safer. 5 Thaskin.
2 False – they want to buy a CD. ✓ 6 Amanda’s dad.
3 True 5 We’re buying a new fish at the pet shop. Consolidation
4 True 6 I’m meeting Dave at 5 o’clock. ✓ 2 Rollerblading is faster.
5 False – there’s a florist’s, a bookshop 5 3 Her mum takes her to school.
4 They think cars are safer than cycling.
and a newsagents. Reinforcement
6 False – they were 19 years old in 2004. 2 usually 3 this week 4 weekend 5 Thaskin likes studying English
Extension 5 now 6 once 6 Amanda’s dad takes a train.
2 No, she isn’t. Consolidation / Extension Extension
3 They’re looking for a CD to remember 2 this week 3 at the weekend 2 Rollerblading is faster.
their trip. 4 at the moment 5 right now 3 Her mum takes her to school.
4 No, she can’t. 6 once a week 4 They think cars are safer than cycling.
5 She’s got a new mobile phone. 5 Thaskin likes studying English.
6 He went to Greece. 6 6 The fastest way to travel is on the
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension underground.
Vocabulary 2 it 3 him 4 them 5 me 6 you
1 Vocabulary
Listening
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension 1
2 jeweller’s 3 florist’s 4 pet shop 1 Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
5 chemist’s 6 music shop Reinforcement / Consolidation 2 motorbike 3 plane 4 tram
2
2 Kitty 3 The baker’s 4 The florist’s 5 bicycle 6 train
Reinforcement
5 Cough medicine 6 Yellow roses
Extension 2
2 classical 3 rock 4 reggae 2 She’s called Kitty. Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
5 Latin 6 jazz 3 She goes to the baker’s first. 2 street 3 railway station 4 square
Consolidation / Extension 4 She goes to the florist’s next. 5 statue 6 river
Across: 3 reggae 4 Latin 5 jazz 5 She buys cough medicine. It costs
Down: 1 classical 2 rock £5.25 (five pounds twenty-five).
Grammar
6 She doesn’t buy yellow roses / stamps. 1
2 Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
2 easier 3 bigger 4 more uncomfortable
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
5 more popular 6 richer
2 Can 3 Could 4 could 5 Can 6 can
2
Writing Reinforcement
1 2 taller 3 faster 4 more modern
5 noisier 6 more attractive
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
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Consolidation
2 The cathedral is taller than the
Listening 2
museum. 1 Reinforcement / Consolidation
2 Victor 3 Sylvie 4 Eliana
3 Travelling by taxi is faster than taking Reinforcement
2 Edinburgh 3 isn’t 4 10.00 5 Eliana 6 Victor
the bus. Extension
4 The railway station is more modern 5 Saturday 6 £54.00
Consolidation
2 Her favourite place is the Clifton Bridge.
than the town hall. 3 Bristol’s river is the Avon.
5 The city is noisier than the country. 2 False 3 True 4 False 5 False 6 True
Extension
4 No. Victor is shy.
6 Paris is more attractive than Calais. 5 Eliana probably likes animals because
Extension 2 Edinburgh 3 No, he isn’t.
4 10.00 / 10 a.m. 5 Saturday (afternoon) she works in a pet shop.
2 The cathedral is taller than the 6 Sylvie practises her English with her
museum. 6 £54.00
customers.
3 Travelling by taxi is faster than taking 2
the bus. Reinforcement Vocabulary
4 The railway station is more modern
than the town hall.
2 have 3 single 4 travelling
5 expensive 6 That’s
1
5 My dancing is worse than my singing. Reinforcement
Consolidation 2 selfish 3 cheerful 4 safe
6 This shopping centre is better than the 2 have a 3 single or return
one near my house. 5 bus 6 square
4 travelling today 5 more expensive Consolidation / Extension
3 6 That’s 2a 3b 4f 5d 6c
Reinforcement / Consolidation Extension
2 funniest 3 worst 4 most boring 2 have a ticket 2
5 shortest 6 largest 3 A single, please Reinforcement
Extension 4 travelling today before nine a.m. 2 Latin 3 pop 4 chemist’s
2 the funniest; a 3 the worst; e 5 more expensive before 5 camping 6 martial
4 the most boring; f 5 the shortest; d 6 That’s fourteen pounds fifty / £14.50 Consolidation
6 the largest; b Across: 1 bicycle 2 motorbike
Writing 3 chemist’s 4 camping
4 1 Down: 2 martial
Reinforcement Extension
2C 3S 4S 5C 6S Reinforcement
2 It’s famous for Brighton Pier, the Sealife 2 motorbike 3 chemist’s 4 camping
Consolidation 5 bookshop 6 martial
2 Morocco is nearer to the equator than Centre and for its nightlife.
Spain. 3 Brighton is by the sea. It’s great. Grammar
4 There is an old festival called the
3 The biggest rainforests are in South
America. ‘Burning of the Clocks’ in December. 1
4 What is the most expensive car? 5 My friend Jane has got a boat and we Reinforcement
5 Is the train more comfortable than the sometimes go fishing. 2 gets 3 goes 4 don’t understand
tram? 6 Do you like Brighton? 5 buys 6 doesn’t go
6 China is the most interesting country Consolidation / Extension Consolidation
to visit. 2 It’s famous for Brighton Pier, the Sealife 2 hardly ever 3 never 4 always
Extension Centre and for its nightlife. 5 every day 6 sometimes
2 Morocco is nearer to the equator than 3 Brighton is by the sea. It’s great. Extension
Spain. 4 There is an old festival called the 2 I hardly ever see Jordan now that he
3 The biggest rainforests are in South ‘Burning of the Clocks’ in December. doesn’t go to our school.
America. 5 My friend Jane has got a boat and we 3 I never go home alone from the disco.
4 What is the most expensive car? sometimes go fishing. It’s too dangerous.
5 Is the train more comfortable than the 6 Do you like Brighton? 4 When I’m in Bristol I always visit the
tram? 2 Arnolfini. It’s an amazing place!
5 Joy plays the piano for two hours every
6 China is the most interesting country Reinforcement
to visit. day. That’s why she’s so good.
2 bridge 3 station 4 going 6 It’s sometimes hard to know the right
5 5 cycling 6 summer
Consolidation / Extension
answer.
Reinforcement
2 quietest 3 more dangerous 4 longest Students’ own answers. 2
5 laziest 6 smaller Reinforcement
Consolidation / Extension Term Test 1 2 ’s wearing 3 aren’t listening
4 Are you 5 isn’t 6 are they
2 the quietest 3 more dangerous than
4 the longest 5 the laziest 6 smaller than Reading Consolidation / Extension
2 Liana loves riding motorbikes.
6 1 3 My brother doesn’t like going camping
Reinforcement Reinforcement in winter.
2 True 3 False 4 False 5 True 6 False 2 False 3 True 4 False 5 True 6 False 4 Josh’s parents don’t mind when he
Consolidation / Extension Consolidation stays out late.
2 The Metro; shorter than 2 False – there are a lot of interesting 5 My grandma hates listening to hip hop!
3 The Metro; the slowest things to see. 6 The police don’t like giving tickets!
3
4 The Underground; the oldest 3 True
5 The Underground; longer than 4 False – it’s an art gallery.
6 The Underground; the fastest 5 True Reinforcement
6 False – she’s got two best friends 2 him 3 them 4 us 5 it 6 us
(Victor and Eliana). Consolidation / Extension
Extension 2 have 3 ’m looking 4 ’s shining
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4 Writing Extension
2 couldn’t get dressed when he was two
Reinforcement
2 have 3 ’m looking 4 ’s shining
1 3 couldn’t ride a horse when he was five
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension 4 could play the violin when he was nine
5 are singing 6 greet 2 He likes shopping but he doesn’t like
Consolidation / Extension 5 couldn’t drive a car when he was
sport. eleven
2 them 3 us 4 it 5 you 6 me 3 She’s wearing her special dress 6 could understand Chinese when he
5 because there’s a party tonight. was thirteen
4 I’m not studying French or Spanish.
Reinforcement
2 slower 3 easier 4 safer 5 They really love strawberries and 3
5 more expensive 6 bigger chocolate together. Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
Consolidation 6 Kevin’s cheerful. He’s also friendly. 2 tried 3 shopped 4 liked
5 chatted 6 studied
2 slower than 3 easier to drive than 2
4 safer than 5 more expensive than Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension 4
6 bigger than Students’ own answers. Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
Extension 2 lived 3 died 4 took 5 attacked 6 lost
2 The Zoom 2000 is faster than the Eco
Ride 10i. Test 4 5
3 The Zoom 2000 is easier to drive than Reinforcement
the Blast 7. Reading 2c 3e 4a 5b 6d
4 The Blast 7 is safer than the Eco Ride 1 Consolidation
2 Did; live 3 Did; fight 4 Did; win
10i. Reinforcement
5 The Blast 7 is more expensive than the 5 Did; kill 6 Did: leave
2c 3f 4e/b 5a 6b/e
Zoom 2000. Extension
Consolidation / Extension
6 The Zoom 2000 is bigger than the Eco 2 Did she live 3 Did she fight
2 False – he was born in Austria.
Ride 10i. 4 Did she win 5 Did she kill
3 False – he was a brilliant musician even
6 Did the Romans leave
6 as a child.
Reinforcement 4 False – he wrote more than 600 pieces 6
2 cheapest 3 most difficult 4 safest of music. Reinforcement / Consolidation
5 most expensive 6 biggest 5 True 2 Robin Hood didn’t like the rich.
Consolidation 6 False – he was American. 3 Odysseus didn’t kill Penelope.
2 the cheapest 3 the most difficult 2 4 Picasso didn’t play the saxophone.
5 The Romans didn’t invade Ireland.
4 the safest 5 the most expensive Reinforcement
6 the biggest 6 Mozart didn’t write Don Quixote.
2 False 3 False 4 True 5 True 6 False
Extension Extension
Consolidation / Extension
2 The Eco Ride 10i is the cheapest (car). 2 Robin Hood didn’t like the rich.
2 He died on 5th December 1791.
3 The Blast 7 is the most difficult (car) to He robbed the rich.
3 He was eight when he wrote his first
ride. 3 Odysseus didn’t kill Penelope.
symphony.
4 The Zoom 2000 is the safest (car). He married Penelope.
4 His most famous operas were called
5 The Blast 7 is the most expensive (car). 4 Picasso didn’t play the saxophone.
Don Giovanni and The Magic Flute.
6 The Blast 7 is the biggest (car). He painted pictures.
5 He married Constanze Weber in 1782.
5 The Romans didn’t invade Ireland.
6 It was called Amadeus.
Listening They invaded Britain.
1 Vocabulary 6 Mozart didn’t write Don Quixote.
Cervantes wrote Don Quixote.
Reinforcement / Consolidation 1
2 2 3 are 4 hip hop 5 return 6 pocket Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension Listening
Extension
2 two 3 country 4 brother
2 feet 3 hair 4 legs 5 eyes 6 arms
1
5 hates 6 return 2 Reinforcement / Consolidation
Reinforcement / Consolidation a5 b3 d2 e4 f6
2 Across: 5 ear 6 neck Extension
Reinforcement Down: 1 lips 2 tooth 4 cheek 2 have a cup of coffee
2 False 3 False 4 False 5 True 6 True Extension 3 go to bed
Consolidation 2 teeth 3 moustache 4 cheek / cheeks 4 get up early in the morning
2 False – it’s called Behind the Music. 5 ears 6 neck 5 go for a (quick) walk
3 False – they are brother and sister. 6 he can help her with her homework
4 False – he hates country music. Grammar
2
5 True
6 True 1 Reinforcement / Consolidation
Extension Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension 2c 3a 4f 5e 6b
2 It’s called Behind the Music. 2 were 3 was 4 weren’t Extension
3 Mike likes country music. 5 Was 6 wasn’t 2 she needs to finish her homework
4 Jade likes hip hop. 2 3 she has orchestra practice
4 her stomach hurts when she drinks it
5 They’re usually travelling. Reinforcement
6 It’s in Liverpool. 5 it’s dark outside
2 couldn’t 3 couldn’t 4 could
6 she hates cold water
5 couldn’t 6 could
Consolidation Writing
2 couldn’t get dressed
3 couldn’t ride a horse 1
4 could play the violin Reinforcement / Consolidation
5 couldn’t drive a car 2 After 3 After 4 before
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Extension
2 After getting up, I had a shower.
2 Consolidation
2 False 3 False 4 False 5 False 6 True
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
3 After having a shower, I dried myself. 2 aliens 3 spaceship 4 planet Extension
4✓ 5 twins 6 contact 2 False – he bought a lottery ticket last
5 I watched TV after coming home from week.
school. Grammar 3 False – Michelle is his girlfriend.
6 Simon did his homework before going 4 False – he won €120,000.
to bed. 1 5 True
Reinforcement / Consolidation
2 2 were 3 wasn’t 4 wasn’t
6 False – they are the same as the ones in
the newspaper.
Reinforcement 5 weren’t 6 were
2 He liked nature. Extension 2
3 He didn’t study painting. 2 There were 3 There wasn’t; there were Reinforcement
4 He designed many famous buildings. 4 There were 5 There weren’t 2 way! 3 lucky thing! 4 ’re joking!
5 He didn’t drive a car. 6 There were 5 don’t believe it! 6 impossible!
6 Gaudí died in 1926. Consolidation / Extension
Consolidation 2 2 No way! 3 You lucky thing!
2 He was born in London on 22nd August Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension 4 You’re joking! 5 I don’t believe it!
1980. 2 any 3 any 4 some 5 a 6 any 6 That’s impossible!
3 He could play football and tennis when
he was a child.
3 Writing
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
4 He won his first championship in Dubai
(in 1995).
2 James was shopping yesterday 1
afternoon. Reinforcement / Consolidation
5 Next, he won the Australian Open (in 3 The baby was crying in the garden. 2 when 3 A minute later 4 The next day
2000). 4 Mum was cooking dinner in the kitchen. 5 while 6 In the end
6 Now, he’s a TV host. 5 Dad was reading the newspaper. Extension
Extension 6 I was playing tennis with Fred. 2 when 3 later 4 next 5 while 6 end
Students’ own answers.
4 2
Test 5 Reinforcement / Consolidation
2 John wasn’t coming out of the florist’s.
Reinforcement
2 While we were walking home, I
Reading 3 Luke and Josh weren’t waiting for the couldn’t find my keys in my bag.
bus. 3 I phoned my mum but there was no
1 4 The man wasn’t carrying a mobile answer.
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension phone. 4 While we were waiting in a café across
2 village 3 friend 4 noise 5 It wasn’t raining. the street, my mum came home.
5 spaceship 6 alien 6 The students weren’t studying. 5 When we got into the house, I took off
2 Extension
2 John wasn’t coming out of the florist’s.
my jacket and I heard a noise.
6 My keys were in my pocket!
Reinforcement
2f 3a 4b 5c 6e
He was going into it. Consolidation
3 Luke and Josh weren’t waiting for the Model answer:
Consolidation
bus. They were getting on it. One afternoon, I was walking home
2 It was 3.25 p.m.
4 The man wasn’t carrying a mobile when I couldn’t find my keys in my bag.
3 She was sitting outside Berkley’s Café.
phone. He was buying one. I phoned my friends, my sister and my
4 The alien’s body was red.
5 It wasn’t raining. It was snowing. mum, but there was no answer! I went
5 The alien’s head and the strange light
6 The students weren’t studying. They to the police station and told the police.
were yellow.
were eating lunch. Then, while they were opening the door, I
6 No, he didn’t because while he was
looking for his camera, the alien 5 found my keys… in my pocket!!!
Extension
disappeared. Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
Extension Students’ own answers.
2 Was he writing a science fiction film?
2 She was sitting outside Berkley’s Café, 3 Was the dog barking?
having a cup of tea. 4 Were the children running up the stairs? Test 6
3 The alien’s body was red. 5 Was the phone ringing?
4 The alien’s head and the strange light 6 Who were you talking to in the café? Reading
were yellow.
5 No, it wasn’t. It had friendly eyes and it 6 1
Reinforcement Reinforcement
smiled at Karen and Peter. 2 Nottingham 3 Yes 4 In the living room
6 No, he didn’t because while he was 2 saw 3 were asking 4 told
5 were dancing 6 tried 5 In the kitchen 6 In their bedrooms
looking for his camera, the alien Consolidation
disappeared. Consolidation / Extension
2 saw; was getting on 2 Nottingham 3 living room 4 kitchen
Vocabulary 3 were asking; landed 5 bedrooms 6 Hazel’s
4 told; were sitting Extension
1 5 were dancing; arrived 2 They’re from Nottingham.
Reinforcement 6 tried; were watching 3 In the morning, they watch TV in the
2 getting on 3 coming out of living room.
4 walking up 5 going into 6 running up Listening 4 In the morning, they watch TV in the
Consolidation
2a 3f 4e 5b 6d 1 kitchen.
5 They watch their favourite TV
Extension Reinforcement programmes in their bedrooms.
2 on / off 3 out 4 up / down 2 lottery ticket 3 girlfriend 4 120,000 6 He doesn’t spend much time online.
5 into 6 up / down 5 didn’t lose 6 never

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2 Extension
2 There aren’t many reality shows on TV.
Extension
2 The smartest man in Britain is Adam
Reinforcement
2 False 3 True 4 True 5 False 6 False 3 I haven’t seen many cities in Spain. Wellington.
Consolidation 4 My brother hasn’t got much interest in 3 He was two when he could read and
2 False – they watch cartoons while the news. write.
eating breakfast. 5 My sister doesn’t watch much TV. 4 He’s Sabrina’s husband.
3 True 6 My dad doesn’t do much cooking. 5 He disappeared two years ago.
4 False – he likes drama series best. 6 They live in your bed / your mattress.
5 False – she likes reality shows like Big
Listening
Brother. 1 Vocabulary
6 True Reinforcement 1
Extension 2 White shirts 3 60 4 Record sound Reinforcement / Consolidation
2 False – they watch cartoons while 5 Yes 6 Red 2 out of 3 out 4 in 5 down 6 up
eating their breakfast. Consolidation Extension
3 True 2 washing machine 3 shirts 4 60 2 coming out of 3 getting out
4 False – he likes drama series best. 5 sound 6 red 4 getting in 5 running down
5 True Extension 6 running up
6 False – he sometimes checks the news
and the weather online.
2 They’re using a washing machine.
3 She wants to wash white shirts. 2
Reinforcement / Consolidation
4 She needs 60 degrees.
Vocabulary 5 He wants to record sound. Across: 3 mouth 4 weather 5 cooker
Down: 1 sitcom 2 moustache
1 6 Yes, it is.
Extension
Reinforcement / Consolidation 2 2 mouth 3 weather 4 cooker
2 At nine o’clock 3 At quarter to eleven Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension 5 sitcom 6 moustache
4 At half past three 5 At half past four 2 select 3 Press 4 navigate
6 At four o’clock 5 starts 6 Stop Grammar
Extension
2 A sitcom 3 A sports programme Writing 1
Reinforcement / Consolidation
4 A reality show 5 A cartoon
6 A chat show 1 2 couldn’t 3 couldn’t 4 couldn’t
Reinforcement 5 weren’t 6 were
2 2 so 3 so 4 because 5 because 6 so Extension
Reinforcement Consolidation / Extension 2 couldn’t 3 were 4 could
2e 3a 4b 5f 6d 2 I like relaxing and laughing so I always 5 couldn’t 6 weren’t
Consolidation / Extension
2 electric razor 3 dishwasher 4 cooker
choose comedy programmes on TV.
3 I want to learn Spanish so I’m doing a 2
5 fridge freezer 6 remote control Reinforcement
Spanish course.
4 I want a TV in my bedroom because 2 lived 3 watched 4 didn’t see
Grammar my friend has a TV in his bedroom. 5 studied 6 win
Consolidation
1 5 I bought a TV for my bedroom
because I want to watch my favourite 2 I wore my new dress to the party.
Reinforcement 3 Did you watch Star Trek last night?
Countable: sitcom hobby programme programmes from my bed.
6 I dropped my phone so I can’t send 4 My teacher gave me a bad mark in the
Uncountable: homework information last exam.
Consolidation text messages.
5 I didn’t see the stop sign.
2 a 3 some 4 a 5 some 6 a 2 6 Argentina won the World Cup.
Extension Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension Extension
2 a 3 some 4 a 5 some 6 some Students’ own answers. 2 I wore my new dress to the party.
2 3 Did you watch Star Trek last night?
Reinforcement Term Test 2 4 What did Captain Kirk do?
5 I didn’t see the stop sign.
2 a lot of 3 any 4 some 5 a lot of 6 some
Consolidation / Extension Reading 6 When did Argentina win the World
Cup?
2 a lot of 3 any 4 some 5 a lot of 6 much 1
3 Reinforcement 3
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension 2 television shows 3 a soap opera Reinforcement
2 How much 3 How much 4 How many 4 science fiction programme 2b 3b 4a 5a 6b
5 How much 6 How many 5 a quiz show 6 real people Consolidation
2 were looking 3 was robbing
4 Consolidation / Extension
2e 3b 4a 5f 6b 4 was raining 5 wasn’t watching
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension 6 was doing
2 Not much 3 None 4 Not much 2 Extension
5 A lot 6 Not many Reinforcement 2 We were looking for you at the concert.
3✓
5 2 False 3 True 4 False 5 True 6 True
Consolidation 4 It was raining when Julia got home.
Reinforcement / Consolidation 2 False – Planet Nova is about to explode. 5✓
2 many 3 many 4 much 3 True 6 What were you listening to?
5 much 6 many
4
4 False – she sees a man with long hair.
5 True
6 True Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
2 was coming 3 rang 4 were looking
5 said 6 invited

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5 Writing Extension
2 She should eat breakfast.
Reinforcement
2 There’s 3 There are 4 There aren’t
1 3 We should relax more
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension 4 Should you stay up late?
5 there are 6 There isn’t 2 so 3 because 4 Before
Consolidation 5 She shouldn’t drink so much coffee.
5 after 6 In the end 6 What should I drink before going to bed.
2 There is some really interesting food at
this restaurant. 2 2
3 There are a lot of fun things to do in Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
London! Students’ own answers. 2 You should eat chocolate.
4 There aren’t any instructions for this 3 You should wear a seatbelt.
washing machine.
5 There are some really great sales at the
Test 7 4 You shouldn’t drink a lot of juice.
5 You shouldn’t fly tomorrow.
shops. Reading 6 You should read that.
6 There isn’t much time left. Hurry up!
Extension 1 3
2 There isn’t any really interesting food Reinforcement Reinforcement / Consolidation
at this restaurant. 2 sleep 3 The type of bed 4 Coffee 2 Where should I go?
3 There are a lot of fun things to do in 5 Work 6 relax 3 What should I do?
London! Consolidation 4 When should she go to bed?
4 There aren’t any instructions for this 2 sleep 3 coffee 4 milk 5 work 6 relax 5 Why should Helen do exercise?
washing machine. Extension 6 When should they take breaks?
5 There are some really great sales at the 2 She wants to help people with sleeping Extension
shops. problems. 2 Where should I go tomorrow?
6 There isn’t much time left. Hurry up! 3 You shouldn’t drink caffeine before 3 What should she do to relax?
4 Where should she lie down?
6
bedtime.
4 You should drink a glass of warm milk. 5 Why should Helen do exercise?
Reinforcement 5 You shouldn’t work in bed. 6 When should they take breaks?
2 many 3 much 4 many
5 many 6 much
6 Yes, she does.
4
Consolidation 2 Reinforcement
2 How many; Not many. Reinforcement 2a 3b 4b 5a 6a
3 How much; A lot. 2 False 3 False 4 True 5 False 6 True Consolidation / Extension
4 How many; None. Consolidation 2 mustn’t 3 must 4 mustn’t
5 How much; A lot! 2 True 5 must 6 mustn’t
6 How many; None.
Extension
3 False – it’s bad to eat big meals before
bed.
5
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
2 How many TV programmes do you 4 True
2 should 3 shouldn’t 4 must
watch every day? ; Not many. 5 False – doing exercise 2 or 3 hours
5 must 6 mustn’t
3 How much time do you spend with before going to bed helps you relax.
your cousins? ; A lot. 6 False – you should only use your bed for 6
4 How many free text messages are sleeping. Reinforcement
there? ; None. Extension 2 Yes, you should. 3 No, they shouldn’t.
5 How much music does your brother 2 True 4 Yes, I should. 5 No, she shouldn’t.
download? ; A lot! 3 False – it’s bad to eat big meals before 6 No, you shouldn’t.
6 How many songs do you buy for your bed. Consolidation / Extension
phone? ; None. 4 True 2 you should / we should
5 False – you should only use your bed for 3 they shouldn’t 4 I should / you should
Listening sleeping. 5 she shouldn’t 6 you shouldn’t
1 6 False – you should choose something
funny or easy, like a magazine. Listening
Reinforcement / Consolidation
2 Alan 3 Sarah’s brother 4 in the middle Vocabulary 1
5 Alan’s mum 6 phone Reinforcement
Extension 1 2 doesn’t think 3 relax 4 does
2 headache 3 Alan 4 in the middle Reinforcement / Consolidation 5 the body and the mind 6 not interesting
5 Alan’s mum 6 phone 2f 3e 4a 5d 6c Consolidation
Extension
2 2 eat 3 take 4 stay 5 get 6 drink
2 boring 3 relax 4 does
5 mind 6 interesting
Reinforcement
2 False 3 False 4 True 5 True 6 True 2 Extension
2 True
Consolidation Reinforcement / Consolidation
3 False – she thinks yoga helps you to
2 False – she is Alan’s brother’s girlfriend. Across: 3 breathe 5 inhale 6 sides
relax.
3 False – Sarah’s brother won the lottery. Down: 2 arms 4 hand
4 False – she does yoga.
4 True Extension
5 False – she thinks yoga can help the
5 True 2 junk 3 diet 4 breath 5 up 6 breaks
body and the mind.
6 True 6 False – she thinks it’s boring.
Extension Grammar
2 He was celebrating all night. / He was 1 2
at a party. Reinforcement / Consolidation Reinforcement / Consolidation
3 She’s Alan’s brother’s girlfriend. 2 should 3 should 4 shouldn’t 2e 3a 4c 5b 6f
4 Sarah’s brother won the lottery. 5 Should you 6 relax Extension
5 He wants to show him some photos 2 I don’t agree. 3 Do you think so?
(from the party). 4 I don’t think that’s true.
6 He invites him to another party 5 I think 6 Let’s agree to disagree.
tomorrow night.
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Writing 2 Consolidation
2 True
1 Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
2 My brother is going to do a sponsored 3 False – you can recycle bicycles.
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension 4 True
2 Although I like France, I really like Italy. walk this weekend.
3 Aren’t we going going to study French 5 True
3 Fruit is good for you, but you shouldn’t 6 False – you should support your local
drink too much fruit juice. next year?
4 I’m not going to be a dentist. shops.
4 Although water is good for you, I prefer Extension
cola. 5 I’m going to grow my hair long.
6 Are you going to travel to Australia 2 False – we waste 95% of the energy
5 Kings of Leon are a good band, but TV they use.
on the Radio are better. with a friend?
3 False – we should give blood once a
6 Although more people play football than 3 year / every year.
rugby, they are both popular sports. Reinforcement 4 False – you can recycle bicycles.
2 2 Will Jemima 3 will Joseph decide
4 will your dog be 5 will Fred travel
5 True
6 False – you should support your local
Reinforcement
2 You mustn’t get stressed in an exam. 6 will I know shops.
Consolidation / Extension
3 You shouldn’t stay up late to not feel
tired. 2 Will Jemima play football for the school Vocabulary
4 You must sleep eight hours to feel team next year?
3 When will Joseph decide what to do?
1
relaxed. Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
5 You mustn’t eat junk food. 4 How old will your dog be in ten years’
2 luck 3 mirror 4 ladder
6 You should go jogging to get fit. time?
5 horseshoe 6 fountain
5 Where will Fred travel to in February.
Consolidation / Extension
Students’ own answers. 6 How will I know what Elsa looks like? 2
4 Reinforcement / Extension
2 donate 3 remember 4 promotes
Test 8 Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
5 celebrate 6 support
2e 3f 4a 5d 6c
Consolidation
Reading 5 2e 3f 4a 5d 6b
1 Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
Grammar
Reinforcement / Consolidation 2F 3P 4P 5P 6F
2 14 3 A blog 4 10 6 1
5 Having children 6 Technology Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension Reinforcement
Extension 2 plays 3 ’ll have 4 ’ll have to
2 probably won’t 3 will 4 is going to
2 England 3 14 4 10 5 ’ll probably 6 probably won’t 5 throw 6 won’t be able
5 India 6 more expensive Consolidation
2 Listening 2 plays 3 ’ll have 4 ’ll have to
Reinforcement 1 5 throw 6 won’t be able to sleep
Extension
2 True 3 False 4 True 5 False 6 True Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
Consolidation / Extension 2 plays 3 ’ll lose 4 ’ll have to
2 park 3 bedroom 4 windows 5 plays 6 won’t sleep
2 True 5 Suitcases 6 Presents
3 False – she’s 53.
2 2
4 True Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
5 False – she thinks young people will Reinforcement 2 Will you ask for help if you can’t do your
travel less. 2 big 3 square 4 150 5 heavy 6 eight homework?
6 True Consolidation / Extension 3 What will you be if the party is fancy
2 big 3 25 m2 4 150 cm wide dress?
Vocabulary 5 heavy 6 8 kilos 4 Will you listen to the radio if the TV is
1 Writing broken?
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension 5 How will you get to school if the bus is
2 length 3 speed 4 temperature 1 late?
5 height 6 weight Reinforcement 6 Will you sing if I play the guitar?

2
2 All 3 some 4 some 5 Both 6 Some
Consolidation / Extension
3
Reinforcement Reinforcement
2 All of 3 some of 4 some of
2 live 3 have 4 got 5 leave 6 do 2 ’ll feel 3 fail 4 won’t want
5 Both of 6 Some of
Consolidation / Extension 5 will 6 won’t
2f 3a 4c 5b 6e 2 Consolidation / Extension
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension 2 ’ll feel 3 fail 4 won’t want
Grammar Students’ own answers. 5 will; say 6 won’t be
1 4
Reinforcement Test 9 Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
2 2016 3 2021 4 2026 5 2041 6 2051 2 anybody 3 Somebody 4 anywhere
Consolidation Reading 5 anything 6 Nobody
2 in five years’ time 3 Ten years from now 1 5
4 ’ll probably 5 in the next fifteen years Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension Reinforcement
6 in forty years’ time 2 little 3 power 4 hospital 2a 3f 4b 5e 6c
Extension 5 give 6 area Consolidation / Extension
2 years’ 3 from 4 probably
5 next 6 time 2 2 everywhere 3 everybody
4 Everything 5 everywhere
Reinforcement
2 False 3 True 4 True 5 True 6 False 6 everything

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Listening Vocabulary Extension
2 If you’re vegetarian, we won’t give you
1 1 meat.
Reinforcement Reinforcement 3 If she goes to France, she’ll learn
2 False 3 True 4 False 5 True 6 True 2e 3a 4f 5d 6b French.
Consolidation Consolidation / Extension 4 If you don’t study, you won’t pass your
2 False – they want to do something 2b 3d 4f 5a 6e driving test.
special to support their mum because
she is running in a marathon. 2 5 If you eat healthily, you’ll live longer.
6 If you throw coins into a fountain, your
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
3 True wish will come true.
4 False – they don’t have a lot of money 2 width 3 speed 4 temperature
to spend. 5 distance 6 volume 5
5 False – they make a banner with her Reinforcement
name.
Grammar 2 don’t 3 speak 4 won’t 5 eat 6 If
6 True 1 Consolidation / Extension
Extension Reinforcement 2 If it rains, where will we play tennis?
2 False – they want to do something 2 Should he drive? 3 If the airport is closed, will they take
special to support their mum because 3 What should he do? the train?
she is running in a marathon. 4 He must go now! 4 If she has extra time, will she do
3 False – he suggests a gold trainer. 5 She must be more careful! voluntary work?
4 False – they don’t have a lot of money 6 We must not be late. 5 If you go to John’s party, what will you
to spend. Consolidation / Extension wear?
5 True 2 should 3 must 4 mustn’t 6 If you go to John’s party, how will you
6 True 5 should 6 shouldn’t get there?

2 2 6
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension Reinforcement Reinforcement / Consolidation
2 we could 3 let’s 4 do you suggest? 2 should 3 must 4 mustn’t 2b 3a 4a 5b 6a
5 I don’t know 6 How about 5 should 6 shouldn’t Extension
Consolidation / Extension 2 Everything 3 anybody 4 anywhere
Writing 2 In the future, life won’t be the same. 5 Somebody 6 Nobody
1 3 Who will be the next president?
4 Will we be friends twenty years from Listening
Reinforcement
2d 3e 4f 5c 6b now? 1
Consolidation / Extension
5 In thirty years’ time, people won’t drive Reinforcement / Consolidation
2d 3f 4c 5e 6b cars anymore. 2 South America 3 money 4 football
6 How old will we be in 2025? 5 78 6 70
2 3 Extension
Reinforcement 2 False – he wants to go to South America.
Reinforcement
2c 3e 4b 5f 6a 3 False – they haven’t got a lot of money.
Consolidation / Extension
2 In the future, life won’t be the same.
3 Who will be the next president? 4 True
Students’ own answers. 5 False – Michael is 1 metre 78.
4 Will we be friends twenty years from
now? 6 False – Michael weighs 70 kilos.
Term Test 3 5 In thirty years’ time, people won’t drive 2
cars. Reinforcement
Reading 6 How old will we be in 2025? 2 True 3 False 4 False 5 True
1 Consolidation 6 False
Reinforcement 2 are going to go Consolidation
2a 3a 4b 5a 6a 3 will probably come 2 Alison 3 Michael 4 Alison
Consolidation 4 ’m not going to stay 5 Michael 6 Michael
2b 3a 4a 5b 6a 5 ’m going to go Extension
Extension 6 ’ll probably have 2 He’s got football practice.
Model answer. Extension 3 She thinks it’s important to see how
2 You should do something silly every day. 2 are going to 3 will probably other people live.
3 You should change hands for a day. 4 will probably 5 ’m going to 4 It’s important because it helps you to
4 You should drink a lot of water. 6 ’ll probably stay healthy.
5 You should have a party to celebrate 4 5 She wants to know his height and
weight so she can ship him to South
the beginning of spring. Reinforcement
6 You should breathe properly. 2 are going to go America.
2 3 will probably come 6 He suggests doing voluntary work
abroad instead.
Reinforcement 4 ’m not going to stay in
5 ’m going to go
2 True 3 False 4 False 5 False
6 ’ll probably have
Writing
6 True
Consolidation / Extension Consolidation 1
2 True 2 won’t give 3 ’ll learn 4 don’t study Reinforcement
3 False – it’s important to breathe in 5 ’ll live 6 throw 2 but 3 Both of them 4 Some of them
through your nose. 5 All of us 6 Although
4 False – it’s important to have fun. Consolidation / Extension
5 False – it’s important to eat more fruit, 2 It was raining, but I had an umbrella.
vegetables and fish. 3 Both of them were late.
6 True 4 Some of them didn’t finish the race.
5 In my family, all of us have red hair.
6 Although I didn’t like the meal, I ate it.
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2 Consolidation
2 I was doing my homework when I
Consolidation
2 True
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
Students’ own answers. heard the noise! 3 False – the author wonders if we’ll use
3 Were they looking for me? – No, they spaceships to go to the baker’s.
weren’t. 4 True
Year Test 1 4 When you saw her what was she doing? 5 False – they said “Television won’t last
5 Was it raining when you went out this because people will get tired of it”.
Reading morning? 6 False – the author mentions predictions
1 6 Did you speak to Samantha this from the past that were wrong. He
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension morning? – Yes, I did. probably thinks we can’t predict the
2 best friends 3 grandmother’s cousin Extension future.
4 sweet shop 5 soap opera 2 I was doing my homework when I Extension
6 Anastasia heard the noise! 2 We might have questions about
3 Were they looking for me? – No, they personal issues or global issues.
2 weren’t. 3 The author mentions the baker’s, the
Reinforcement 4 When you saw her what was she doing? chemist’s and the shoe shop.
2 True 3 True 4 False 5 False 5✓ 4 Bicycles were more popular in the 19th
6 False 6 Did you speak to Samantha this century.
Consolidation morning? – Yes, I did. 5 Wilbur Wright and his brother first flew
2 True
3 True 5 in 1903.
6 A 1946 film producer made the
4 False – she left them a farm in Africa / Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
prediction about television.
Kenya. 2 ’ll 3 ’re going to 4 ’ll
5 False – they are leaving / going to leave 5 ’re going to 6 won’t Vocabulary
on Friday.
6 False – at the moment, Livia is packing.
6 1
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
Extension 2 nobody 3 somebody 4 nothing
2 She wanted to travel the world. 2 sitcom 3 twin 4 eyebrows
5 something 6 anything 5 donate 6 pound
3 She left them a farm in Africa / Kenya.
4 She liked them because Aunt Marjorie Listening 2
liked playing board games and told the
best stories. 1 Reinforcement / Consolidation
2f 3a 4d 5e 6c
5 She knows Aunt Marjorie didn’t forget Reinforcement
Extension
about them because she remembered 2 False 3 False 4 False 5 True 6 2 country 3 skateboard 4 travel
their birthdays and often wrote to True 5 arts 6 time
them. Consolidation / Extension
6 At the moment, Livia is packing (to go 2 False – but both of them sometimes feel Grammar
like aliens.
to Kenya).
3 False – Ally thinks John is taller than 1
Vocabulary Ravi. Reinforcement
2 rains 3 ’m having 4 ’m calling
1 4 False – he saw Chloë writing Ravi’s
name. 5 visits 6 ’m
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension 5 True Consolidation / Extension
2 remote control 3 bridge 4 jeweller’s 6 True 2 rains; ’s shining
5 beard 6 inch
2
3 have; ’m having
2 Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
4 ’m calling; see
5 ’s learning; visits
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension 2 98 3 before 4 big ears
2a 3b 4f 5d 6c 6 read; ’m
5 in a notebook 6 Art
Grammar
2
Writing Reinforcement
1 1 2b 3a 4b 5b 6b
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension Consolidation / Extension
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
2 stay; watch 2 When we were young, we went
2 Although 3 So 4 later 5 After 6 camping with our parents every
3 ’m doing; ’m going but
4 are trying; don’t agree summer.
5 say; want 2 3 Five years ago, there was only one TV
6 goes; loves Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension in my house.
4 When I was ill, I didn’t eat meat.
2 Students’ own answers.
5 I couldn’t find my keys this morning.
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
2 them 3 us 4 her 5 me 6 it Year Test 2 6 On our last trip, the children were lost
and they didn’t know what to do.
3 Reading 3
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
2 worse 3 more dangerous 1 Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
2 him 3 her 4 them 5 us 6 me
4 most beautiful 5 best 6 better Reinforcement / Consolidation
2✗ 3✓ 4✗ 5✓ 6✗ 4
4 Extension Reinforcement
Reinforcement 2✗ 3✗ 4✓ 5✓ 6✗ 2 There isn’t 3 there’s 4 There are
2a 3b 4b 5a 6a
2 5 There are 6 There isn’t
Consolidation
Reinforcement
2 False 3 True 4 True 5 False 2 any 3 a lot of 4 many
6 False 5 a lot of 6 much
Extension

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2 There isn’t; any 3 There’s; a lot of
4 There are; many 5 There are; a lot of
6 There isn’t; much
5
Reinforcement
2 should 3 must 4 must
5 should 6 should
Consolidation
2 oldest 3 worse 4 worst
5 most difficult 6 better
Extension
2 the oldest 3 worse 4 the worst
5 the most difficult 6 better than
6
Reinforcement / Consolidation
2 ’ll stop 3 is 4 won’t invite
5 ’ll get 6 were
Extension
2 fight; ’ll stop 3 ’ll call; is
4 are; won’t invite 5 love; ’ll get
6 ’ll have; were

Listening
1
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
2 Cardiff 3 10:44 4 Return
5 £157 6 machine
2
Reinforcement
2 False 3 True 4 True 5 True 6 False
Consolidation / Extension
2 False – she thinks it’s expensive.
3 True
4 True
5 True
6 False – but she asks a woman to open
a window.

Writing
1
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
2 so 3 because 4 but 5 or 6 and
2
Reinforcement / Consolidation / Extension
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Diagnostic test Test 1


A Hi, Jane! How are you? A Hi. My name’s Greg.
B Oh, hi Mark! I’m OK, a bit tired. B Hi. I’m Birta. Nice to meet you.
A Tired? Why? A Nice to meet you too, Birta.
B I opened my new café last Saturday. B Are you a student in this school, too?
A Wow! Your new café? How exciting! A Yes, I want to improve my English.
B Yes, it is! It’s called The Greenhouse. B I do too.
A Where is it? A Where are you from?
B It’s on the corner next to the bank. B I’m Danish.
A I’m going to tell my friends! A Really? Which city were you born in?
B Please do! We make pasta and pizza, and big fruit salads. B Copenhagen. How about you?
A So you’ve got vegetarian food then? My brother A I’m Hungarian, from Budapest.
doesn’t eat meat... B Wow! Cool!
B Yes, we have a lot of vegetarian food! We make our A What do you do?
special pasta sauce with spinach, tomatoes and cheese.
B I’m an artist. I love painting.
A Sounds great! Can I book a table?
A Really? I don’t like painting. I’m not very good at it.
B Of course! When do you want to come?
B What do you like doing?
A Umm… how about Friday, the 24th May at 8 o’clock?
A I like cooking. I’m a chef in a restaurant. Do you like
B Great! For how many people? cooking?
A Uh...Six, I think. B Not much, but I like eating in restaurants!
B Brilliant! See you then. A I do too.
A OK, bye.

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Test 2 Test 3
A Kitty, where are you? Dialogue One
B In the baker’s. A Can I help you?
A Can you get me a cheese and ham sandwich? B Yes please. Can I have a return to Edinburgh, please?
B OK. Could I have a ham and cheese sandwich, please? A Are you travelling before nine a.m.?
B Hello? B No, I’m not.
A Kitty? Can you get me some flowers? Some yellow A OK. When do you want to leave?
roses … NO! Ten red roses. B Tomorrow at about ten a.m.
B Ten red roses. Fine. A OK. And when are you returning?
B Hello, could I have ten red roses, please? B Um... On Saturday afternoon.
C Yes, of course. A That’s 54 pounds, please.
A Kitty! I need some medicine. Some cough syrup?
B OK. I’ll go to the Chemist’s. Dialogue Two
B Hello, could I have some cough syrup please? A Can I help you?
D There you are. That’s five pounds twenty five, please. C Yes, please. Can I have a ticket to Bristol?
B Thank you. A Would you like a single or return?
B Hi, Ziggi… C A single, please.
A Kitty! I’m bored. Can you get me some sweets? A Are you travelling today?
Strawberry flavour.
C Yes.
B Right.
A Are you travelling today before nine a.m.?
A And can you get me some stamps? Six stamps for
C I don’t know. Why?
Australia.
A It’s more expensive before nine.
B OK, ...
C OK. I can travel after nine.
A There is a train at 9.22.
C Great.
A That’s fourteen pounds fifty, please.

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Term Test 1 Test 4


A Hey, everybody! This is Jim Vinyl and you’re A Hey, Linda. What’s wrong?
listening to “Behind the Music.” In my studio today is B I don’t feel well. I’m really tired.
Underground. Welcome guys!
A So why don’t you go to bed?
B+C HI!
B I need to finish my homework.
A Underground are really just two people: brother and
A How about getting up early in the morning? Do your
sister Mike and Jade Green. So, guys, could you
homework then.
answer the question that’s on everyone’s mind?
B I have orchestra practice in the morning.
C Yes, of course.
A OK. Then why don’t you have a cup of coffee?
B Sure.
B Ugh! My stomach hurts when I drink it.
A You play a unique mix of hip hop and...uh...country?!
A I know. Me, too. How about going for a quick walk
Could you tell us more about that...?
then? Exercise gives you more energy!
B It’s simple. I love country music.
B No, it’s dark outside...
C And I love hip hop!
A Why don’t you have a cold shower?
B And we love playing together... How about you, Jim?
B Oh no! I hate cold water.
Do you like country?
A OK, Linda. Why don’t I help you do your homework?
A Well...uh... I don’t. I hate country music, but I love your
sound! B Really? Is that OK? That’s kind! So, here’s what I
couldn’t understand…
B+C Thanks...
A OK, so what do you like doing when you’re not playing
music?
C Well, when we’re not playing, we’re usually travelling.
A Where’s the next concert?
C Two return tickets to Liverpool in my pocket!
A Lucky Liverpool! OK, so...

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Test 5 Test 6
A Hey, you know I bought a lottery ticket last week? Dialogue 1
B Yes… A Excuse me, can you show me how this washing
A Well, I won!! machine works?
B You’re joking! B Of course. First you press the button at the top. Here,
OK?
A No, I’m not.
A Yes.
C How much did you win?
B Then you select the temperature you need.
A I won a lot of money. €120,000!
A Right.
B No way!
B What are you washing?
C That’s amazing, Doug! My brother--a lottery winner!
A White shirts.
B You lucky thing!
B OK. Then select ‘60 degrees’.
A I know! I never win anything, do I?!
A OK.
B Are you sure you won?
B Next put the liquid in here, shut the door and press the
A Yes, positive. I remember my numbers. Look, they are
‘on’ button.
the same as the ones in the newspaper: 2,7, 27, 72, 13.
A Great, thanks.
B Wow! Let’s see your ticket, Doug. To make sure.
B No problem.
A Um, guess what? I don’t know where it is...
B You’re joking!
Dialogue 2
A No, I’m not.
C How do you record sound on your phone?
C I don’t believe it!
D It’s easy, Jake. Press the key in the middle to navigate
A I think maybe I threw it in the bin.
the menu.
B That’s impossible. You must have it!
C OK…
C Yes, check your pockets!
D Then select ‘recorder.’
A Of course I’ve got it, Michelle! Do you really think your
C Yes...
boyfriend is that stupid? Here it is.
D Then press the red button and it starts recording.
C DOUG!!!!!
When you’re done, just press ‘stop’.
C Great. That’s easy. Thanks!

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Term Test 2 Test 7


A Hey, Alan! Are you all right? What’s wrong? A Kate, what are you doing?
B Hi, Dan. I’ve got a terrible headache. I didn’t get much B I’m doing some breathing exercises. They help me to
sleep last night... relax before an exam.
A Why not? A In my opinion, relaxation techniques are a waste of time.
B I was too excited. You know my brother’s girlfriend, B OK, but what about yoga?
Sarah? A Yoga can’t help you in an exam.
A Yeah, what about her? B I don’t agree. Yoga helps you to relax.
B Well, her brother won the lottery! A Really? Do you think so?
A No way! I don’t believe it! B Yes. Some people can meditate so they don’t feel pain.
B No, it’s true. And we were celebrating all night. Do you Like people who can walk across fires.
want to see a picture? A I don’t think that’s true. They’re just mad.
A Sure. B Simon!
B ...uh... wait... I can’t find it. This is a new mobile... A It’s true.
A Oh, I have that same phone. I can show you. Just press B You should try yoga. I think it’s good for your mind and
the key in the middle. .. body.
B OK... A Ommmmmmmmmmmm!
A Then select ‘gallery’ to display your pictures. B Seriously, Simon. When I do yoga, I feel relaxed and my
B Oh, yeah! Thanks! Here you go... back gets stronger.
A Wow! Your Mum was dancing on top of a table?! A I think it’s boring, Kate. Let’s agree to disagree.
B Uh-huh. We had so much fun! B Yeah, you just like football. That’s boring in my
A That’s amazing! opinion.
B Hey, he’s having another party tonight. Why don’t you
come along?
A Sure! ...uh... how about getting some sleep first?
B Yeah. Good idea!

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Test 8 Test 9
Dialogue 1 A I can’t believe Mum’s going to run a marathon this
A What size is your laptop, Jack? Sunday!
B It’s about 30 centimetres long by 20 centimetres wide. B I know! It’s incredible!
A What type or make is it? A Why don’t we do something special to support her?
B A Mac Book Pro. B Like what?
A And where do you think you lost it? A Maybe we could get her a present for good luck...
B I don’t know. I think it was in the park. B OK...uh...what should we get?
A Well, let’s get her something lucky... Like a gold
horseshoe for her necklace!
Dialogue 2
B Or a gold trainer!
A Wow! It looks big. I can’t wait to live here! How big is it?
A Great idea!
B It’s about twenty-five metres square. You can use it as
a lounge or a bedroom. B Yeah... The only problem is that gold is expensive and
we haven’t got much money.
A Nice windows! How tall are they?
A Well, what do you suggest?
B They are two metres and twenty five centimetres tall,
and one hundred and fifty B Why don’t we make a big banner for the race?
centimetres wide. So you’ll need big curtains! A Great idea! We could write “Go Mum!”
A Yes. B I don’t know... How will she know it’s for her?
A Maybe you’re right... So, let’s just use her name instead.
Dialogue 3 B OK, let’s do that! How about we also make a cake to
A How heavy are yours? celebrate at home?
B Both of mine are eight kilos. What about yours? A It’s a plan!
A This suitcase only weighs two kilos. I’m going to buy
some presents on holiday and bring them back in it.
The other one is six kilos.

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Term Test 3 Year Test 1


A Hey, Michael! What are you reading? A Hey, Ravi, what’s wrong?
B Some travel brochures. B Oh… nothing.
A Yeah? A Come on... What’s the problem?
B How about going to South America this summer, B Am I too tall?
Alison? A Of course, not!
A Great idea! The only problem is... B But I’m the tallest kid in our class! I feel like an alien!
B ...we haven’t got any money. A Really? How tall are you?
A We can make money... B I’m almost 1 metre 98!
B What do you suggest? A Well, I feel like an alien sometimes, too, with my red hair.
A We could get a job after school... B I just want to be normal and have fun before leaving
B I don’t know... I have football practice. school…
A For me travelling is more important than sport! A You are normal, Ravi! …uh…You know John in History
B I don’t agree... Sport helps you stay healthy. class?
A Yes, but it’s important to see how other people live... B What about him?
B Maybe you’re right... But if I become a famous A He’s taller than you!
footballer, I’ll definitely see the world! B Maybe you’re right...
A Then there’s only one thing to do. How tall are you? A Yes. And you know Lisa in Maths class?
B 1 metre 78. B Yes...
A And how much do you weigh? A Now she has really big ears! Oh, and you know Chloë
B 70 kilos. Why?!? in Art class?
A I could ship you over there in a package! B Thanks, Ally. You can stop now.
B I have a better idea! Why don’t we do voluntary work A No, listen! She likes you. I saw her writing your name
abroad? in her notebook.
A Brilliant! Let’s do that! B Really? Hmm.

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Year Test 2
Dialogue 1
A Excuse me, sir, could you show me how to use the
ticket machine?
B Of course. Just select the station you’re going to. You
can use these arrows to navigate up or down.
A OK...
B Then select when you want to travel.
A Let’s see...what time’s the next train to Cardiff? Here it
is: 10:44
B OK, now press ‘single’ or ‘return’.
A Return! OK.
B The screen will display how much the ticket costs.
A Great! It was easy! ... Wait, £157! I don’t believe it!
B It takes credit cards. Why don’t you try a different
departure time?
A Uh…sure. Thank you!

Dialogue 2
C What’s wrong? Are you all right?
A Uh...I feel ill.
C Do you have a stomach ache?
A No, I often feel ill when I travel...
C Would you like some water?
A No, thank you. But could you open a window, please?
C Of course. The fresh air will help you feel better.

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