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ELEMENTARY UNIT 1 4 Find and correct five mistakes with a/an/–.


1 a sweets
1.1 Countries and nationalities 2 a dictionary
3 an comb
1 Underline the correct alternatives. 4 an glasses
1 He’s from Warsaw. He’s Poland/Polish. 5 tissues
2 She’s German, but she lives in Spain/Spanish. 6 a wallet
3 The beaches in Thai/Thailand are very beautiful. 7 an chewing gum
4 He’s Argentinian, but he wants to move to 8 a umbrella
the USA/American.
5 Pizza is a very famous Italy/Italian food.
6 I’m from Russia/Russian.
1.3 Tourist places
7 I’m sorry, I don’t speak Japan/Japanese. 5 Put the words and phrases in the box in the correct
8 Beijing is the capital city of China/Chinese. place in the table.
2 Choose the correct ending to complete the an apple juice a single ticket a coffee
nationalities. a platform a souvenir a sandwich

Country Nationality food


Egypt Egyptian/ish
Korea Koreian/an
Portugal Portugali/uese drink
Greece Greek/cian
Peru Peruvian/ian
travel
Scotland Scottch/ish
France French/anch
Mexico Mexican/an

Other vocabulary
1.2 Objects
6 Match the words and phrases in the box with their
3 Put the letters in the correct order to make objects. meanings 1–8.
1 maarec
audiobook bottle of water burger
2 spaprots carry-on bag chips pocket postcard tea
3 yarid
4 poptla 1 a hot drink
5 cetkit 2 a bag you can keep with you on the plane
6 trawrees
7 lemoib 3 fried potatoes
8 thcaw 4 a small bag in your clothes for keeping things like
coins and keys
9 snoic
5 a book that you can listen to
10 gracher
6 a kind of meat sandwich
7 a cold drink
8 a picture with a message on the back that you can
send to someone like a letter

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Crossword 1 2 3

7 Use the clues to complete


4
the crossword with words and
phrases from Unit 1.
5

7 8

9 10

11

12

13

14

15 16

17

18 19 20

21

22

Across Down
1 You can keep papers in this. (4) 2 This proves who you are. (8, 4)
5 You can use this to clean your teeth. (10) 3 A person from Ireland is this nationality. (5)
6 This is a kind of thin book with lots of pictures. (8) 4 These help you to see better in the sun. (10)
9 You can use these to open a door. (4) 7 You can use this to pay for things. (6, 4)
10 A Thai person comes from here. (8) 8 These provide electricity for a toy, etc. (9)
12 This is England, Scotland and Wales. (2) 11 You can keep money in this. (5)
13 You need this to drive a car. (7, 7) 15 A Canadian comes from this country. (6)
14 You usually need these to send a letter. (6) 16 You use this to wash your hair. (7)
18 You can use this to play music. (3, 6) 17 A car with a driver that you can pay to take you
19 This will give you the news. (9) somewhere. (4)
21 someone from Oman (5) 20 You put these in your ears to listen to music. (9)
22 A Turkish person comes from here. (6)

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ELEMENTARY UNIT 2 3 Complete the sentences with the correct form of


the verbs in brackets.
2.1 Activities 1 She has (have) breakfast every morning.
2 I usually (finish) work quite late.
1 Complete each pair of sentences in the 3 What time do you (have) dinner?
conversations with the same word from the box. 4 He (not/start) work early. He usually
have watch play read listen to starts at about 11a.m.
go do eat 5 At the weekend we (get up) late.
6 I (not/have) breakfast, just a cup
1 A: In the summer I do a lot of exercise. of coffee.
B: Really? When it’s hot, I usually do nothing at all.
2 A: Don’t junk food, it isn’t good
for you. Jobs
B: I don’t! I
salad for lunch.
a sandwich or some
4 Match the jobs in the box with the descriptions 1–6.
3 A: How do you usually music? accountant chef engineer
B: I like to my MP3 player. lawyer nurse receptionist
4 A: I don’t have time to books. 1 A professional cook.           
B: Neither do I, but I do 2 This person welcomes and helps people when
newspapers. they arrive at a building.           
5 A: Do you films at the cinema or 3 Someone who writes or checks financial records.
on TV?           
B: I usually DVDs. 4 This person looks aer people who are ill.
6 A: Would you like to a drink?           
B: Yes, please. Can I a coffee? 5 Someone who designs or builds roads, bridges,
7 A: Do you tennis? machines, etc.           
B: No, not really. I usually football 6 Someone who can help you with the law.
in the park.           
8 A: How oen do you to a
restaurant for dinner?
B: About three times a week. It isn’t very good
2.3 The time
for me, but I
morning.
running every
5 Write the times in words.
1 6.55 six fiy-five
2 7.30           
2.2 Daily routines 3 7.10           
2 Underline the correct alternatives.
4 6.45
5 6.40
          
          
1 I get up/on early.
6 7.15           
2 I don’t have/do a big breakfast.
3 I usually go to/leave home at about eight because 6 Match the times 1–6 with the same times a)–f).
my office is quite far away. 1 6.55 a) quarter past seven
4 I start/have work at nine. 2 7.30 b) five to seven
5 I have bed/lunch at work, usually just a sandwich 3 7.10 c) quarter to seven
at my desk.
4 6.45 d) ten past seven
6 I usually finish/get work at about six in the
5 6.40 e) half past seven
evening.
6 7.15 f) twenty to seven
7 I get up/get home about seven.
8 I have/leave dinner with my family.
9 I have/go to bed at about eleven.

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Other vocabulary Crossword


7 Complete the sentences with the 8 Use the clues to complete the crossword with words and phrases
words in the box. There is one word from Unit 2. There is a job in the shaded squares.
you do not need.
1

amazing cinema friendly 2


guest house market pharmacy
3
popular temple tour
4
1 My neighbours are very
, they always say hello. 5

2 Can you get me some medicine from 6

the , please?
7
3 You should go on a of
the city, to make sure you see 8

everything. 9

4 Do you prefer to stay in a


10
or a hotel?
5 The view is ! I can see 11

the whole city from here. 12


6 Do you like watching movies at
13
home or at the ?
7 You should reserve a table at the 14

restaurant. It’s very at 15


weekends.
8 I always buy my fruit and vegetables 16

at the . It’s much 17

cheaper.
1 liked by a lot of people (7)
2 you should listen to this person in class! (7)
3 another way to say 5.45 (7 ,2, 3)
4 a person who cuts people’s hair (11)
5 another word for film (5)
6 two pieces of bread with cheese, meat, etc. in the middle (8)
7 a man who serves food and drink in a restaurant (6)
8 another way to say 4p.m (4, 1, 5)
9 someone who helps customers in a shop (4, 9)
10 a large animal that people ride (5)
11 a female actor (7)
12 another way of saying half past one (3, 6)
13 food cooked in a special way (4)
14 not having any mistakes or problems (7)
15 Italian food made from flour, eggs and water (5)
16 large thin books sold weekly or monthly (9)
17 a game or physical activity (5)

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ELEMENTARY UNIT 3 3.3 Time expressions

3.1 Family
5 Rewrite the sentences. Change the underlined
words to time expressions in the box.
1 Write the letters in the correct order to make every day once a week once a month
family words. twice a year three times a day twice a month
1 nos           
1 I always go for a walk aer lunch.
2 trobrhe           
I go for a walk every day.
3 feiw            2 I go to my German class on Mondays.
4 treiss           
5 nicrheld            3 I visit my cousins in June and December.
6 subdanh           
7 gatehrud            4 I eat at 8a.m., 1p.m. and 7p.m.
8 napster           

2 In six sentences the underlined word is wrong. 5 I clean my car every two weeks.
Find the mistakes and correct them.
1 My mother and father are my children. 6 I get paid on the first day of every month.
2 My brother’s daughter is my nephew.   
3 My uncle’s sister is my mother.
4 My grandfather’s son is my father. Other vocabulary
5 My son and daughter are my parents.
6 My daughter’s mother is my wife. 6 Decide if each pair of words has a similar
7 My father’s mother is my grandfather. meaning (S) or an opposite meaning (O).
8 My aunt’s husband is my uncle. 1 happy/unhappy O
9 My son’s brother is my daughter. 2 crazy/normal      
10 My nephew’s brother is my niece. 3 mother/mummy      
11 My uncle’s child is my cousin. 4 meal/dish      
5 noisy/quiet      
6 grandpa/grandmother            
3.2 Personality 7 fantastic/amazing      
3 Complete the sentences with the adjectives in 8 home/house      
the box.
7 Underline the correct alternatives.
boring friendly funny intelligent interesting 1 She isn’t at work today because she feels
kind quiet serious stupid talkative unusual/unwell.
2 I am interested in photograph/photography.
1 She always helps other people when she can,
she’s really . 3 Don’t be unkind/unreal. Help your sister!
2 He’s so , he just never stops talking! 4 I oen say hello to my neighbour/neighbourhood.
3 He’s very to talk to because he 5 We like to travel/welcome people to our house.
travels all over the world. 6 A bakery/An apartment is a place where you can
4 The film was so I fell asleep. buy bread.
5 He doesn’t laugh very oen, he’s very
.
6 My neighbours are really , they
always smile and say hello.
7 She’s very , she always does well
in exams.
8 She doesn’t talk a lot, she’s very .
9 He isn’t good at exams, but he isn’t .
10 She really makes me laugh, she’s so .

4 Which two words in Exercise 3 are always negative?


1 2                      

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Word search
I P S E W I N T E L L I G E N T G H X K
8 Find twenty words and H Z Z Q D B E Z I C H I L D R E N V W N
phrases from Unit 3 in the
word search. F M F V U B I C S X X O N C E A W E E K
H U H G U F G A J V W E L C O M E G J K
U R M M N M H U X C Z Y D W Y G G B V E
S L P S K F B N U B B D U O Q W G A C C
B X U P I O O T Y D F W F T E B O T H A
A K Z X N P U H F A N T A S T I C K J M
N O N T D J R R U N F R I E N D L Y S E
D I V W L Q H E Z Z L C P Q D B T F I R
A T R G O O O E P W N J S A M F J L N A
U R G R U E O T C W E I G W A K I X T D
G C Q G N L D I M P W V B V Q X R Y E R
H V I X U R D M H J S E R I O U S N R R
T D L W S M S E I F X W G U E P D O E C
E S X L U W J S Q A R Z Z L Y S K I S L
R R C S A K P A I Z N O R M A L I S T R
Z Y T K L J Z D K A E V E R Y D A Y I M
Y J L K S L P A R E N T S N T C T T N L
K Q J C M W W Y K C Q C A J T S L Z G P

9 Write the words and phrases from Exercise 8 in the


correct place in the table.

Family

Personality

Time
expressions

Other
vocabulary

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ELEMENTARY UNIT 4 Prepositions

4.1 Rooms and furniture


3 Underline the correct alternative to complete the
description of the picture.
1 Match the words 1–7 with their meanings a)–g).
1 bed
2 bathroom
3 roof terrace
4 living room
5 sofa
6 washbasin
7 television

a) a thing with a screen which you use to watch


programmes
b) a room where you can wash yourself
c) a flat area on top of a building where you can sit
d) a piece of furniture you sleep in 1 The rug is under/behind the table.
e) a comfortable seat for two or three people 2 The clock is between/above a chair.
f) a room where you relax with others 3 The table is in front of/on the sofa.
g) a small sink for washing your hands and face 4 The lamp is in/on a small table.
2 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. 5 The sofa is between/under two chairs.
6 The clock is under/next to a window.
armchair balcony dining room downstairs
garage hall home office shower stairs
wardrobe 4.2 Places in towns
1 I usually keep my car in the . 4 Underline the best answer to each question.
2 In the living room there are two sofas and Where do you go if …
an . 1 you have a headache? a pharmacy/a library
3 The bathroom is really small, but there is enough 2 you want to get some exercise?
space for a . a museum/a sports centre
4 I work from home, so I have a small 3 you want to borrow a book? a post office/a library
with a desk and a chair.
4 you want to watch a play? a cinema/a theatre
5 I keep my clothes in the .
5 you need to buy some food?
6 We have carpet on the so it isn’t a pharmacy/a supermarket
noisy when people go up and down.
6 you want to see some paintings?
7 There is a rug in the , next to the a police station/an art gallery
front door.
7 you want to send a letter?
8 If you stand on the , you can see a post office/a sports centre
the sea.
8 you want to watch a movie?
9 When we have guests we eat in the a supermarket/a cinema
, not the kitchen.
10 There isn’t a bathroom on the second floor, so we
have to walk to the first floor. 4.3 Things to buy
5 Complete the words. Some letters are given.
1 You can buy tr _ _ n _ _ _ at a sports shop or
a shoe shop.
2 You can buy j _ _ n _ at a clothes shop.
3 You can buy w _ _ _ in _ b _ _ _ _ at a sports shop.
4 You can buy a T-s _ _ _ _ at a clothes shop.
5 You can buy a SIM _ _ _ d at an electronics shop.
6 You can buy a m _ _ _ _ y s _ _ c _ at an
electronics shop.

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4.4 Shops Crossword


6 Answer the questions with the 7 Use the clues to complete the crossword with words and phrases
words in the box. from Unit 4.

baker’s butcher’s 1

clothes shop dry cleaner’s 2


electronics shop
3
greengrocer’s hairdresser’s
internet café newsagent’s
pharmacy/chemist’s
4
sports shop
1 Where can you buy a T-shirt?
           5 6

2 Where can you buy a tablet


or a printer? 7 8
          
3 Where can you buy bread?
          
4 Where can you buy meat? 9 10
          
5 Where can you buy
a swimming costume or 11

a football shirt?
12 13
          
6 Where can you get your 14 15

jacket cleaned? 16
          
7 Where can you borrow
a computer to go online?
          
8 Where can you get some Across
medicine? 2 a place where people go to dance and play music (4)
           4 facing something (8)
9 Where can you get a haircut? 5 a small piece of equipment that you use to keep information (6, 5)
          
7 a small, flat, personal computer (6)
10 Where can you buy
9 a big shop where you buy food and other things (11)
a magazine?
11 flat pieces of wood that you fix to the wall and put things on (7)
          
12 an electric light that stands on the floor or a table (4)
11 Where can you buy fruit
and vegetables? 14 a place where you borrow books (7)
           16 not far (4)

Down
1 a piece of furniture that you keep things inside (8)
2 another word for pharmacy (8)
6 using energy from the sun (5, 7)
8 a place where you buy books (8)
10 a warm piece of clothing with no buttons (7)
13 a living thing with roots and leaves (5)
15 a small carpet that covers part of the floor (3)

8 Write the shaded letters in the correct order to make the name of a shop.

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ELEMENTARY UNIT 5 5.3 Restaurant words

5.1 Food and drink


4 Match 1–7 with the endings a)–g).
1 I need to look at the menu
1 Put the letters in the correct order to make food 2 The chef at this restaurant
and drink words. 3 I am going to leave a big tip
1 a nnaaba            4 Give me the bill and
2 a reap            5 Spaghetti Bolognese is
3 almsno            6 Are you ready
4 ebrtut            7 The waiter at this restaurant
5 eehcse            a) because the service was very good.
6 ewrrsbeisrta            b) cooks really well.
7 ilkm            c) my favourite dish.
8 kniechc            d) to order?
9 lrcaig            e) to decide what to eat.
10 na plpae            f) is always really helpful.
11 oclicbor            g) I’ll pay for the meal.
12 psreepp           
13 rui iucej           
14 sgge           
15 ttopeaso           

2 Underline the odd word out in each group.


1 chicken lamb beef prawns
2 beans grapes peas peppers
3 rice pasta a cabbage noodles
4 an onion a banana an orange a lemon
5 yoghurt cake biscuits bread
6 lettuce spinach a cabbage cereal
7 corn on the cob oil an aubergine tomatoes
8 fruit juice oil sugar milk
9 a pear an orange a lettuce a lemon
10 butter chicken milk cheese

5.2 Containers
3 Underline the correct alternatives.
1 a jar of coffee/cake
2 a bottle of sugar/milk
3 a bag of rice/beef
4 a cup of tea/oil
5 a can of yoghurt/peas
6 a carton of juice/garlic
7 a packet of biscuits/lamb
8 a glass of water/butter
9 a mug of eggs/coffee

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Other vocabulary Crossword


5 Use a word from box A and a word from box B to 7 Use the clues to complete the crossword with words
complete the sentences. and phrases from Unit 5. There is a kind of food in
A takeaway mineral so smoked roast the shaded squares.

seasonal apple ice 1


l m
2
B vegetables cream drinks food pie i r
3
salmon water lamb e g r n
4
1 I usually cook at home. I don’t like buying h
. 5
r t o
2 , like lemonade, 6

usually have a lot of sugar in them. u


7
3 It’s healthy to drink . t o e s
4 My favourite meat is . 8
s t l b
5 I like to eat meat or fish with potatoes and
v
. 9
6 Aer the meal we can have some r
. The fruit comes 10
s s
from my garden. 11
f
7 It’s so hot that I really want to eat something cold, 12
like . u c e
8 I don’t eat much meat. I prefer fish, especially 13
a c h
. 14
l l
6 Choose a word from the box to answer each 15
l k
question. 16
c r
cow chips cookies fridge grill melon 17
p s
sheep vegetarian
Which word … 1 a kind of fish (6)
1 is a way of cooking?            2 this person serves you in a restaurant (6)
2 is a place where you keep food cold?            3 a person who doesn’t eat meat (10)
3 is a kind of fruit?            4 a food made from milk (6)
4 is someone who doesn’t eat meat?            5 a container for milk or juice (6)
5 is another word for fries?            6 You read this in a restaurant. (4)
6 is the animal beef comes from?            7 You can eat these in a salad. (8)
7 is another word for biscuits?            8 a kind of cooked meat (5, 4)
8 is the animal lamb comes from?            9 a kind of fruit (4)
10 You can drink out of this. (5)
11 This meat comes from a cow. (4)
12 a green salad vegetable (7)
13 a dark green vegetable with leaves (7)
14 You ask for this at the end of a meal. (4)
15 a white drink (4)
16 a cold sweet dessert (3, 5)
17 fried potatoes (5)

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ELEMENTARY UNIT 6 6.2 Life story collocations

6.1 Dates and time phrases


5 Complete the conversations with the words in the
box. Use each word once.
1 Write the months of the year in the correct order. go become get meet start work
1 January 1 A: Where did you your husband?
2           
B: At a friend’s party.
3           
2 A: When do you your new job?
4           
B: Next week. I’m really excited about it.
5           
3 A: What company do you for now?
6           
B: Google. It’s a really interesting job.
7           
4 A: When I was young, I really wanted to
8            a singer.
9            B: Did you? Do you sing well then?
10            5 A: What age do people to university
11            in your country?
12            B: Eighteen or nineteen usually.
2 Put the letters in the correct order to make six
6 A: What do you think is the best age to
married?
important dates.
B: Maybe twenty-eight?
1 schamrtis dya           
2 wne ryea’s ayd           
3 eitnlvane’s yad            6.3 Activities
4 leneohawl           
5 nietanatnlroi enwom’s yda
6 Complete each group of sentences a)–c) with the
same verb.
          
6 ddcpneneinee dya            1 a) Don’t ring me at work, just a text.
b) Most days I about 100 emails!
3 Write the number in brackets in words. c) I to my sister every week.
1 My birthday is on the (5th) of She loves getting letters.
January. 2 a) Do you want to a film tonight?
2 His office is on the (20th) floor of b) I usually my friends on
the building. Saturday night.
3 The (3rd) bedroom is very small. c) On Christmas Day I try to my
4 She got a car for her (21st) birthday. whole family.
5 Americans celebrate independence on the   3 a) I must my English homework
 (4th) of July. tonight.
6 (12th) Night comes twelve days b) How long does it take you to
aer Christmas. the housework?
7 The party is on the (15th) of c) You nothing to help in the house.
December. 4 a) When I to the gym, I always have
8 The last day of June is the (30th). a swim.
b) Would you like to for a walk
4 Underline the correct alternatives.
along the seafront?
1 Ago/Last weekend I went to the beach. c) We have no food in the cupboards, I must
2 What are you doing on/in Saturday?      shopping.
3 I met my husband six years ago/yesterday.
4 I usually have my holiday on/in July.
5 Where did you go last/yesterday week?
6 Mother’s Day is in/on the 8th May this year.
7 I went to Greece six months ago/in.
8 On/Last month we went to France.

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Other vocabulary Crossword


7 Match words 1–8 with 8 Use the clues to complete the crossword with words and phrases from Unit 6.
their meanings a)–h).
1
1 millionaire
2
2 app
3 poor 3 4

4 perfect 5 6

5 shy 7 8
6 terrible
9
7 violence
8 motorbike
10
a) the opposite of rich
b) a kind of computer 11

program
c) not having any
12
mistakes or problems
d) someone who is very
rich 13 14 15
e) a vehicle with two
wheels and an engine
f) very bad 16

g) hurting someone else 17


physically
18
h) finding it difficult
to meet or speak to 19 20

people

Across
3 Can you me an email? (5)
5 weekend we went on a tour of the city. (4)
8 A: How did you your wife? (4)
B: Through friends.
9 People celebrate on the 31st October. (9)
11 I always send my boyfriend a card on Day. (10)
13 is the second month of the year. (8)
16 Let’s for a walk. (2)
17 Can you help me the housework? (2)
19 Maria has two sons. Her first son is called Josh, her  son is called Danny.

Down
1 I as a waitress. I don’t get much money, but I do get tips. (4)
2 I love you! Let’s married! (3)
4 My office is on the nineteenth floor of the building. The next floor up is
the . (9)
6 He’s leaving his job because he’s going to his own company. (5)
7 The day before today is called . (9)
10 If the week begins on Monday, Friday is the day. (5)
12 Sorry, I can’t work this weekend. I’m going to my family. (3)
14 You need to work hard if you want to a chef. (6)
15 I lived in Poland a few years . (3)
18 I usually go skiing January. (2)
20 I’m going to the opera Sunday night. (2)

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ELEMENTARY UNIT 7 4 Which five words from Exercise 3 can you see in the
picture below?
7.1 Travel adjectives
1 Match the words in the box with their
meanings 1–8.

cheap comfortable cold crowded fast


hot interesting noisy
1 having a high temperature           
2 containing a lot of people           
3 quickly           
4 not expensive           
5 making a lot of noise           
6 having a low temperature           
7 feeling relaxed           
8 making you want to know more           

2 Underline the correct alternatives.


1 The train was empty/crowded, so there
were lots of free places to sit.
2 My computer is very fast/slow today.                                 
Everything is taking a long time.
3 Don’t sit in that chair. It’s very
5 Decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F).
comfortable/uncomfortable. 1 A mountain is smaller than a hill.           
4 The lesson was so boring/interesting that 2 A river and a lake are both made of water.           
I fell asleep! 3 A village is smaller than a city.           
5 Shh! Be noisy/quiet! There’s an exam in 4 A desert is drier than a lake.           
that room. 5 A forest contains trees.           
6 It’s very cold/hot today. Would you like an 6 A market is oen outside.           
ice cream? 7 A hill is a building.           
7 I really like it, but it’s very cheap/expensive. 8 A forest is underwater.           
8 The fast/slow train is more expensive, but
much quicker.
7.3 Places
9 It’s a great book, really boring/interesting.
10 The jacket was quite expensive/cheap, it 6 Match 1–8 with the endings a)–h).
only cost a few euros.
1 If the traffic lights are red,
11 That restaurant is always really
2 There’s a lovely park where we
empty/crowded. It’s very popular.
3 It’s a pedestrian street,
12 It’s so quiet/noisy, I can’t hear what
4 At the crossroads
you’re saying to me.
5 Use the car park at
6 It’s usually easy to
7.2 Places 7 There are lots of cafés
3 Put the letters in the correct order to
8 It’s on the corner
make places. a) the hotel
1 elilagv            b) in the square.
2 esfort            c) park on the street.
3 rriev            d) you must stop.
4 kmraet            e) go straight on.
5 nnouitam            f) can go for a walk.
6 ilhl            g) of Main Street and Union Road.
7 laek            h) so there are no cars.
8 bliidgnu           

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Other vocabulary 9 Write the words and phrases from Exercise 8


in the correct place in the table.
7 Put the words in the box in the correct place in the table.
Travel adjectives
self-catering apartment spring camel plane
roadside hotels camp train tent summer winter

Transport

Places to Places in the countryside


stay

Seasons

Places in the town

Word search
8 Find twenty words from Unit 6 in the word search.

N O G T K O F F O R E S T G A
O C A R P A R K V C H I R K E
I N D A X B C S I O I F O P B
S E L F W X R Q N M L N D E O
Y C J F G B O U T F L Y R M R
M H S I L D W A E O R Y R P I
O E S C C Q D R R R J X S T N
U A U L O K E E E T P B T Y G
N P I I R V D L S A A R R O T
T P H G N A C I T B R I E I D
A Q K H E L O F I L K V E B X
I D K T R G T S N E G E T P V
N V D S N B N C G Z C R D S W
E C R O S S R O A D S L A K E
Q U I E T Q Q M G E K E Y Q H

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ELEMENTARY UNIT 8 3 Complete the sentences with is or


has got.
8.1 Verbs + prepositions 1 He is tall.
2 He bald.
1 Choose the best answer, a), b) or c). 3 She long hair.
1 Wait me at the corner. 4 He wearing black.
a) for b) about c) to 5 She in her thirties.
2 You should listen the teacher. 6 She curly hair.
a) to b) with c) on 7 He short.
3 Did you read the story the underwater post office? 8 She a little
a) in b) to c) about overweight.
4 I really enjoyed having a chat you. 9 He medium build.
a) on b) for c) with 10 She straight hair.
5 I’m not sure, I need to think it.
a) with b) about c) in
4 Underline the correct alternatives.
6 Could you take a photo us, please? 1 You wear socks/trousers when your
feet are cold.
a) to b) of c) about
2 You wear a dress/tie round
7 Let’s talk the phone later.
your neck.
a) on b) with c) to
3 You wear a coat/shirt outside.
8 I asked him his job, but he wouldn’t tell me anything.
4 You wear a suit/T-shirt for a
a) of b) about c) on business meeting.
5 You wear socks/shorts on the beach.
8.2 Appearance 6 You wear jeans/a tie to relax.
7 You wear a top/trousers with a skirt.
2 Put the words and phrases in the box in the correct place in the 8 You wear a sweater/T-shirt when
table. Some words may belong in more than one category. it’s cold.
a beard a little overweight a moustache glasses
long blonde hair short brown hair slim thin 8.3 Types of film
wearing make-up
5 Put the letters in brackets in the
hair face body correct order to make eight types
of film.
1 a/an (yedmco)           
2 a/an (aiednmat) film
3 a/an (moiranct)   film
4 a/an (taonic) film
5 a/an (rororh) film
6 a/an (adram)           
7 a/an (milasuc)           
8 a/an (cis-if) film

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Other vocabulary Crossword


6 Match 1–7 with their meanings a)–g). 7 Use the clues to complete the crossword with words and phrases
1 sandals from Unit 8. There is a kind of film in the shaded squares.
2 fall in love 1

3 scary 2
4 laugh a
3
5 recommend a
6 aliens 4

7 sunglasses 5

a) a noise you make when something 6


m
is funny 7

b) tell someone that something is good


8
or useful
c) frightening 9

d) shoes you wear in hot weather 10

e) start to feel romantic about d


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someone
f) something to protect your eyes 12

from the sun 13

g) creatures from outer space m


14
m

1 What preposition can you use with read, think and ask? (5)
2 The came from outer space. (6)
3 hair on a man’s face (5)
4 You wear these when it’s sunny. (10)
5 This is another word for a jacket and trousers or a jacket
and skirt. (4)
6 If you something, you tell someone that you think it
is good. (9)
7 I always at his jokes, they’re very funny. (5)
8 a type of film, about love (8)
9 a more polite way of saying fat (10)
10 something a woman or a girl wears (5)
11 you wait  someone (3)
12 men usually wear this (3)
13 the opposite of 9 (4)
14 a type of film (5)

8 Look at your answers again and find …


1 four things you can wear.

                                          


2 two prepositions.
                     
3 two adjectives to describe appearance.
                     
4 two verbs.
                     

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ELEMENTARY UNIT 9 Transport

9.1 Adjectives
4 Answer the questions using the transport words in
the box. You can use some words more than once.
1 Put the letters in the correct order to make a bike a boat a bus a car a ferry
adjectives. The first and last letters of each a horse a lorry/truck a motorbike
word are correct. a plane a scooter a ship a taxi a tram
1 dogaunres            an underground/subway train a van
2 fsat            1 What goes on water?
3 geren            , ,           
4 esay            2 What has two wheels?
5 solw            , ,           
6 halhety            3 What is an animal?           
7 dliifufct            4 What goes in the air?           
8 ioneicnnenvt            5 What can you use to move all your furniture to a
9 cmflbtraooe            new house? ,           
10 sfae            6 What might you need a ticket to travel on?
, , ,
2 Complete the second sentence so that it means the , , ,
same as the first. Use the words in the box.           
convenient dangerous easy polluting slow 7 What has four wheels?
uncomfortable unhealthy , ,           

1 The traffic was bad, so the bus couldn’t go very


fast. 9.3 Excuses
The traffic was bad, so the bus was .
5 Underline the incorrect alternative.
2 I have a new car. It’s electric so it’s green.
1 My car/The alarm clock/The bus broke down.
I have a new car. It’s electric so it isn’t .
2 I lost my keys/ticket/bus.
3 There is a shop next door to my house, which is 3 The traffic was uncomfortable/terrible/bad.
very easy to get to.
4 My car didn’t start/missed/broke down.
There is a shop next door to my house, which is
5 I didn’t hear my keys/my phone/the alarm clock.
very .
6 I missed my ticket/the bus/the train.
4 Eating takeaway food all the time isn’t good for you.
Eating takeaway food all the time is .
5 I didn’t think the exam was difficult. Other vocabulary
I thought the exam was .
6 Match words 1–10 with their meanings a)–j).
6 These shoes hurt my feet when I walk.
1 journey 6 speed limit
These shoes are when I walk.
2 scheme 7 petrol
7 That neighbourhood isn’t very safe at night. 3 cyclist 8 carriage
That neighbourhood can be at 4 helmet 9 passenger
night.
5 hitchhiker 10 share

a) Someone who travels by asking other people to


9.2 Transport collocations take him/her in their car.
3 Underline the correct alternatives. b) Have something at the same time as someone else.
c) When you travel from one place to a different place.
1 It’s raining, why don’t you take/get on a taxi?
d) A liquid that makes a car go.
2 Get off/Get out of the taxi opposite the station.
e) A (government) plan to do something for people.
3 Are you riding/going by train?
f) These are joined together to make a train.
4 It’s easier to take/go a train than to drive there.
g) A person who rides a bike.
5 You need to get out of/get off your bike and
walk now. h) Something you wear to protect your head.
6 I don’t know how to ride/go by a bike. I’ve i) The fastest speed that is allowed.
never learnt. j) Someone who travels in a bus, train, car, etc.

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Crossword
7 Use the clues to complete the crossword with words and phrases from Unit 9.
1

3 4

10 11

12

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17 18

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Across Down
4 I my keys last night, I couldn’t find them 1 You should wear a on a motorbike. (6)
anywhere. (4) 2 Electric cars are much less than petrol cars. (9)
6 I was late, so I my train. (6) 3 The bus stop is opposite my house, which is very
8 is another word for subway. (11)  for getting to work. (10)
10 A is a kind of bus that uses metal tracks 5 The opposite of easy is . (9)
in the street. (4) 7 My car this morning. I put the key in
12 The has to pay the taxi driver at the end but nothing happened. (5, 5)
of the journey. (9) 9 The opposite of safe is . (9)
13 In most towns there is a to stop 11 Fruit and vegetables are examples of food. (7)
people driving too fast. (5, 5) 14 If you don’t have a car, you could a taxi or
15 A is another word for a truck. (5) a bus. (4)
17 I was late because my car . 16 My parents aren’t happy that I a motorbike.
It started making a terrible noise. (5, 4) They don’t think it’s safe. (4)
19 A is a kind of boat that makes regular 18 I dropped my keys when I got
journeys between two places. (5) the taxi. (3, 2)
20 A is a kind of small motorcycle. (7)

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ELEMENTARY UNIT 10 10.2 Phrases with get

10.1 Plans
3 Complete the advice with the phrases in the box.

get cold get hungry get lost get stung


1 Underline the correct alternatives to complete the get sunburnt get thirsty get tired get wet
conversations.
1 Drink several glasses of water every day or you
1 A: The weather looks great. Would you like to go
will .
to the park?
2 Go to bed early or you will .
B: Good idea. Why don’t we have/go a picnic?
3 Take a map or you will .
2 A: When are you starting/getting married?
4 Wear a sweater or you will .
B: In July.
5 Take an umbrella or you will .
3 A: We’re going to Mallorca again this year. 6 Don’t touch that bee or you will
B: Are you staying/having with friends, or in .
a hotel? 7 Eat every few hours or you will
4 A: Shall we go shopping again on Saturday? .
B: Let’s go/do something different this weekend. 8 Use sun cream or you will .
How about rock climbing?
5 A: Are you free this weekend? Would you like to
start/go for a drink?
B: Thanks, I’d love to.
6 A: I’d love to see your new house.
B: I’ll do/take some photos and send them to you.
7 A: When do you move/start your new job?
B: Next Monday.
8 A: I’m really tired.
B: You need to take/do a break.
9 A: Someone told me that Piotr is moving/staying
to France, is that right?
B: Yes, he’s got a new job there. 10.3 Art and culture
10 A: How old were you when you got/learnt to swim? 4 Match the words in the box with their meanings 1–9.
B: Oh, really young, about four or five I think.
11 A: Do you get much exercise? a concert a dance performance a drawing
B: Well, I go/get jogging every morning. an exhibition a film a painting
a photograph a play a statue
12 A: I need to take/get a new coat, mine is really
old now. 1 A picture that someone has made with a pen or
B: Do you want me to help you choose? pencil.           
2 A show made by actors in a theatre.
2 Five of the underlined verbs in sentences 1–8 are           
wrong. Find and correct the mistakes. 3 An event where you go and look at interesting
1 Next year I’m going to do a really long holiday. objects.           
2 When I was a child we moved home six times. 4 A show where you listen to and watch a person/
3 I love going for clubbing with my friends. people making music.           
4 How did you do English? You speak it really well. 5 Moving pictures that tell a story.
5 Can we stay in and watch television tonight? I’m           
really tired. 6 A show where you watch a person/people dancing.
6 It’s a lovely day. Shall we go a walk?           
7 You usually need a lot of time and money to start 7 A picture that someone has made with paint.
a new business.           
8 She’s doing some time off to have a baby. 8 A model of a person or animal that an artist makes
from stone or wood or metal.
          
9 A picture made with a camera.
          

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Other vocabulary Word search


5 Match a word from
column A with a word N T X G E T S U N B U R N T M I G P N O
from column B to make Y A X B G E T M A R R I E D G X E A J P
a new word or phrase.
S T A Y I N A H O T E L S A E V T I C F
A B I G E T H U N G R Y Y F G V T R H N O F
book cards I I Y D E X H I B I T I O N S B O T N D
football cream
S D O L S A D W K A R S F U T O T I C A
lotto killers
mobile match N I I O M D Z A L Z I T O V U H D N E N
pain shelves M R S T X I H S J H Z A R D N S F G R C
playing signal O H U T N M G F M F I R A M G X Y P T E
sun ticket
B Z N O Q D M F C K D T W Y C R F L N P
1             I O C T T B U S M B L A A Q T W S O O E
2            
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5             S T A K E A B R E A K M J A B R F W D O
6             I U M E J T O P L A Y I N G C A R D S R
7            
G Y D T G E T W A R M L S U P S L D L M
6 Complete the sentences N H Y G L W H L M F G Y O B M X O H W A
with the words from
Exercise 6. A Y I N H N S T A T U E H V U P K H D N
1 If your head hurts, L E D E O I W E O D W A W G S B D L G C
take some U K E B A K U J P A I N K I L L E R S E
.
2 are
useful on long, boring 7 Look at the word search and find:
train journeys. five ‘plans’ collocations:  
3 You can’t win if you , , , ,           
don’t buy a five phrases with get:
. , , , ,           
4 It’s difficult to get a five art and culture words:
where , , , ,           
I live because my
five words/phrases made from two words:
house is in the
, , , ,              
countryside.
5 Don’t put anything
too heavy on those
, they
might fall down.
6 My boyfriend goes to
a
every Saturday.
7 I forgot my
, so
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ELEMENTARY UNIT 11 11.2 Communication

11.1 The body; health


4 Underline the correct alternatives to complete the
conversations.
1 Put the words in the box in the correct place. 1 A: I think it’s difficult to turn on/start
a conversation at a party.
ear elbow eye face finger knee nose B: Oh, I don’t think it is. Just smile and say hello.
mouth toe thumb 2 A: Is that your phone ringing? Why don’t you
finish/answer it?
head hand/arm leg/foot B: I know who’s calling and I don’t want to talk
to him.
3 A: Would you like to go for a coffee next week?
B: Yes, great idea. Let’s exchange/remember
phone numbers now.
4 A: Did you get/have my text message?
B: Oh, yes. Sorry, I forgot to answer it.
5 A: So, Simon, when shall we meet up?
2 Read the clues and write the parts of the body. B: Actually my name is Stephen.
The first letter is given to you. A: I’m really sorry. I always forget/remember
1 You have ten of these. f            names.
2 You stand on this. f            6 A: The film is starting now. Can you turn on/turn off
3 You can’t see your own b  easily. your phone?
4 You wear a tie around your n . B: Yes, of course. I don’t want it to ring in the
5 You use these to walk. l            middle of the film!
6 You use this to think. h           
7 You use this to smell. n            11.3 Verbs of movement
8 You use this to eat. m           
9 You have one of these on each hand. 5 Match 1–7 with the endings a)–g).
t            1 When your car breaks down,
10 The ‘fingers’ on your feet are called your 2 If you drop litter,
t . 3 If there’s nowhere to sit down on the bus,
11 You use this to bend your arm. e            4 Some people are very active at the beach, but
12 You use this to bend your leg. k            5 My suitcase is so heavy,
3 Complete the sentences with one word in each gap. 6 I always look both ways before
7 If you always carry a heavy bag,
1 I stomachache.
2 I’ve a cough. a) I like lying in the sun and reading a book.
3 I’ve got a runny . b) I cross the road.
4 My leg . c) you have to stand.
5 I have a throat. d) I can’t li it.
6 I have headache. e) you sometimes have to push it to a garage.
7 I better. f) you should pick it up.
8 I a temperature. g) you could get backache.
9 I’ve got cold.
10 ’ve got earache.
11 I tired.
12 I’ve got a back .

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Other vocabulary
6 Complete the sentences with the words and phrases in the box. There are two that you do not need.

offer help in trouble blind too busy get angry in a hurry multi-task stress levels
tablet drops early slowly
1 People who   just do lots of things badly instead of doing one thing well.
2 If you can’t sleep, don’t just take a , try to find out what the problem is.
3 When you see someone , do you usually stop and help them?
4 Sorry, I can’t stop now, I’m to get to a meeting.
5 If your eyes hurt, try putting some in them.
6 She’s always to stop and have a conversation, so we don’t talk much.
7 He isn’t , but he can’t see very well.
8 I get up every day to do some exercise before the rest of the family wakes up.
9 When you get older you usually start to move more .
10 I’m so busy at work that my are really high.

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phrases from Unit 11. 4
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ELEMENTARY UNIT 12 4 Rewrite each sentence. Change the underlined


preposition so that the sentence has the opposite
12.1 Experiences meaning.
1 Go up the hill.
1 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. Go down the hill.
2 Go out of the city centre.
been do climbed met ride slept
watched went
3 Go under the bridge.
1 Have you ever in a play or film?
2 Last year I on the beach. The sound 4 Go away from the river.
of the sea at night was amazing.
3 I would be too afraid to an 5 Go into the shopping centre.
elephant, they’re so big.
4 When I was in Japan, I to 6 Go towards the city centre.
a karaoke bar.
                  
5 I love The Vamps, but I’ve never
them live in concert.
6 Have you ever anyone famous? 12.3 Telephoning expressions
7 In Ecuador we a volcano. The view
from the top was amazing.
5 Complete the conversation with the words and
phrases in the box.
8 Would you like to a parachute jump?
answered called le a message ring me back
2 Find and correct the mistakes in six of the rings you back take a message
sentences 1–9.
1 My cousin is an actor. He did in a film with A: Hello, can I speak to Brenda, please?
Angelina Jolie. B: I’m sorry, she’s not here at the moment. Can I
2 It’s quite dangerous to drive a motorbike.
1
?
3 Let’s get up early and watch the sun rise. A: Well, I did call earlier, and I 2 ,
4 Last year I rode a bungee jump. It was amazing. but she didn’t 3 .
5 I never sleep well in a tent. I keep waking up and B: I’m so sorry. Can I take your name, please?
hearing noises. A: Will Breretin.
6 A few years ago I travelled through Europe on the B: Ah, yes. I did tell her that you
train. I went a lot of new friends. 4
. She said she rang you, but
7 You have to be quite strong and healthy to watch no one 5 .
a mountain. A: That’s strange. I’ve been here all aernoon. Maybe
8 Would you like to be to the football match on you have the wrong number. It’s 233427.
Saturday?
B: OK, I’ve got that now and I’ll make sure she
9 When I was in Paris I climbed the Eiffel Tower – 6
.
there were a lot of stairs!
A: Thank you, that’s great.
B: You’re welcome.
12.2 Prepositions
3 Put the letters in the correct order to make ten
prepositions.
1 wndo           
2 pu           
3 tou fo           
4 grohuht           
5 drune           
6 drawsot           
7 yaaw morf           
8 soscar           
9 rove           
10 toin           

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Other vocabulary
6 Put the words and phrases in the box in the correct place in the table.

also as well because break your arm bridge crash a car crazy fall off
finally first injuries memorable mosque the Pyramids tunnel unusual

Places Accidents Linkers Adjectives

Crossword
7 Use the clues to complete the 1

crossword with words and phrases


from Unit 12.
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4 This part of the body is between your neck and 1 to move towards the top of something (5)
your legs. (4) 2 a passage under the ground (6)
6 You can use this to cross a river. (6) 3 You can a horse, a scooter or a motorbike. (4)
9 When you go from one side of the road to the 4 This linker tells you why something happens. (7)
other side, you go . (6) 5 to have an accident by hitting something else (5)
10 A kind of mountain that can be very 7 very strange, mad (5)
dangerous. (7) 8 the opposite of away from (7)
11 An adjective that describes when something is 12 a big grey animal with large ears (8)
easy to remember. (9)
13 the opposite of out of (4)
14 the opposite of inside (7)
15 the opposite of over (5)
17 A dangerous thing that someone does to
16 push yourself into the air, using your legs (4)
entertain people. (6)
18 An adverb that means ‘at the end’. (7)
19 to see and talk to someone for the first time (4)

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5 -vian (Peruvian) 3d 7.10 = ten past seven
6 -ish (Scottish)
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5f 6.40 = twenty to seven
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1 camera 2 passport 3 diary 1 friendly 2 pharmacy 3 tour serious, unkind, unfriendly
4 laptop 5 ticket 6 sweater 7 mobile 4 guest house 5 amazing 6 cinema Time expressions: every day, once a week,
8 watch 9 coins 10 charger 7 popular 8 market three times a day
Other vocabulary: camera, fantastic,
4 8 neighbourhood, noisy, normal, welcome,
1 a sweets 2 a dictionary 3 an comb 1 popular 2 teacher 3 quarter to six unusual
4 an glasses 5 tissues 6 a wallet 4 hairdresser 5 movie 6 sandwich
7 an chewing gum 8 an umbrella 7 waiter 8 four o’clock 9 shop assistant
10 horse 11 actress 12 one thirty
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drink: an apple juice, a coffee 1d 2b 3c 4f 5e 6g 7a
travel: a single ticket, a platform, a souvenir
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1 tea 2 carry-on bag 3 chips 4 pocket 1 4 home office 5 wardrobe 6 stairs
5 audiobook 6 burger 7 bottle of water 1 son 2 brother 3 wife 4 sister 7 hall 8 balcony 9 dining room
8 postcard 5 children 6 husband 7 daughter 10 downstairs

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8 correct 9 son 10 nephew 11 correct
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10 Thailand 8 batteries 3 3 a library 4 a theatre 5 a supermarket
12 UK 11 purse 1 kind 2 talkative 3 interesting 6 an art gallery 7 a post office
13 driving licence 15 Canada 4 boring 5 serious 6 friendly 8 a cinema
14 stamps 16 shampoo
18 MP3 player 17 taxi
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21 Omani 4 4 T-shirt 5 card 6 memory stick
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2 once a week 3 twice a year 2 electronics shop
4 three times a day 5 twice a month 3 baker’s
1 6 once a month 4 butcher’s
2 eat 3 listen to 4 read 5 watch 5 sports shop
6 have 7 play 8 go 6 6 dry cleaner’s
2O 3S 4S 5O 6O 7S 8S 7 internet café
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1 up 2 have 3 leave 4 start 5 lunch 7 9 hairdresser’s
6 finish 7 get 8 have 9 go 1 unwell 2 photography 3 unkind 10 newsagent’s
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4 opposite 3 chemist’s 2 February 3 March 4 April 5 May 5
5 memory stick 6 solar-powered 6 June 7 July 8 August 9 September 1F 2T 3T 4T 5T 6T 7F 8F
7 tablet 8 bookshop 10 October 11 November
9 supermarket 10 sweater 12 December 6
11 shelves 13 plant 1d 2f 3h 4e 5a 6c 7b
12 lamp 15 rug 2 8g
14 library 1 Christmas Day
16 near 2 New Year’s Day 7
3 Valentine’s Day Transport: camel, plane, train
8 4 Halloween Places to stay: self-catering apartment,
butcher’s 5 International Women’s Day roadside hotels, camp, tent
6 Independence Day Seasons: spring, summer, winter

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6 cereal (the others are all vegetables) 7 cheap, boring, crowded, quiet, interesting,
7 oil (the others are all vegetables) 1d 2b 3a 4c 5h 6f 7g empty
8 sugar (the others are all liquids) 8e Places in the countryside: mountain, lake,
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6 juice 7 biscuits 8 water 9 coffee 9 Halloween 6 start UNIT 8
11 Valentine’s 7 yesterday
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1e 2b 3a 4g 5c 6d 7f 16 go 12 see 1a 2a 3c 4c 5b 6b 7a
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3 mineral water 4 roast lamb 20 on hair: a beard, a moustache, long blonde
5 seasonal vegetables 6 apple pie hair, short brown hair
7 ice cream 8 smoked salmon face: a beard, a moustache, glasses,
UNIT 7 wearing make-up
6 body: a little overweight, slim, thin
1 grill 2 fridge 3 melon 4 vegetarian 1
5 chips 6 cow 7 cookies 8 sheep 1 hot 2 crowded 3 fast 4 cheap 3
5 noisy 6 cold 7 comfortable 2 is 3 has got 4 is 5 is 6 has got
7 8 interesting 7 is 8 is 9 is 10 has got
1 salmon 2 waiter 3 vegetarian
4 cheese 5 carton 6 menu 2 4
7 tomatoes 8 roast lamb 9 pear 1 empty 2 slow 3 uncomfortable 1 socks 2 a tie 3 a coat 4 a suit
10 glass 11 beef 12 lettuce 4 boring 5 quiet 6 hot 7 expensive 5 shorts 6 jeans 7 a top 8 a sweater
13 spinach 14 bill 15 milk 8 fast 9 interesting 10 cheap
16 ice cream 17 chips 11 crowded 12 noisy 5
1 comedy 2 animated 3 romantic
food in shaded squares:
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3 4 action 5 horror 6 drama 7 musical
1 village 2 forest 3 river 4 market 8 sci-fi
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3 overweight, slim 6 It’s a lovely day. Shall we go for a walk?
4 recommend, laugh 7 correct
8 She’s taking some time off to have a
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1 1 get thirsty 2 get tired 3 get lost hand and arm: elbow, finger, thumb
1 dangerous 2 fast 3 green 4 easy 4 get cold 5 get wet 6 get stung leg and foot: knee, toe
7 get hungry 8 get sunburnt
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2 1 a drawing 2 a play 3 an exhibition 5 leg(s) 6 head 7 nose 8 mouth
1 slow 2 polluting 3 convenient 4 a concert 5 a film 9 thumb 10 toes 11 elbow 12 knee
6 a dance performance 7 a painting
4 unhealthy 5 easy 6 uncomfortable
7 dangerous 8 a statue 9 a photograph 3
1 have 2 got 3 nose 4 hurts 5 sore
3 5 6 a 7 feel 8 have 9 a 10 I 11 feel
1 take 2 Get out of 3 going 4 take bookshelves, football match, lotto ticket, 12 ache
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a tram, an underground/subway train 6 football match 1 multi-task 2 tablet 3 in trouble
7 a car, a taxi, a van 7 sun cream 4 in a hurry 5 drops 6 too busy
7 blind 8 early 9 slowly
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Five phrases with get: get warm, get hot, 1 finger 2 stress levels 3 head 4 leg
6 get hungry, get stung, get sunburnt 5 foot 6 I’ve got a cold 7 stand
1c 2e 3g 4h 5a 6i 7d 8 stomachache 9 drop your pen
Five art and culture words: statue, 10 carelessly 11 dentist 12 plasters
8 f 9 j 10 b dance performance, exhibition, concert, 13 turn on your phone 14 a runny nose
7 painting 15 finish a conversation
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4 lost 1 helmet two words: playing cards, suncream, 18 carry a baby 19 hand
6 missed 2 polluting painkillers, lotto ticket, mobile signal 20 send a text message
8 underground 3 convenient 21 cross the road 22 shoulder
10 tram 5 difficult 23 thumb 24 blind 25 answer a text
12 passenger 7 didn’t start 26 lying 27 exchange numbers
13 speed limit 9 dangerous 28 sore throat 29 my knee hurts
15 lorry 11 healthy 30 face
17 broke down 14 take health problem in shaded squares:
19 ferry 16 ride I’ve got a sore throat and a runny nose.
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1 My cousin is an actor. He was in a film
with Angelina Jolie.
2 It’s quite dangerous to ride a
motorbike.
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4 Last year I did a bungee jump. It was
amazing.
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6 A few years ago I travelled through
Europe on the train. I met a lot of
new friends.
7 You have to be quite strong and
healthy to climb a mountain.
8 Would you like to go to the football
match on Saturday?
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3 Go over the bridge.
4 Go towards the river.
5 Go out of the shopping centre.
6 Go away from the city centre.

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3 ring me back 4 called 5 answered
6 rings you back

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Accidents: break your arm, crash a car, fall
off, injuries
Linkers: also, as well, because, finally, first
Adjectives: crazy, memorable, unusual

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14 outside 7 crazy
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18 finally 12 elephant
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