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1A Zodiac personalities!
1

Unscramble the adjectives in the zodiac personality profiles.

ARIES: 21st March - 20th April
You are very 1 sociable (BELCOSIA) : you love parties! You have a lot of friends,
because you are

(FRYLlNED) and

2

But on bad days, you are very 4

(SAYE-GINGOl.

3


(DAB-DEMERPET)!!

GEMINI: 22nd May - 21st June
You are usually calm and
because you are very

5_ _ __ _

(EXARELDl. You have a lot of friends

(ONGESEUR), and socially you are

6

_ _ __ _ (DOOG NUFl. But sometimes if you don't get what you want,
you become 8

(YOMODl.

VIRGO: 22nd August - 23rd September
You like studying, and you do well at school because you are very
_ _ _ _ _ (LlNTIGELTEN), but you are not very 10

(FLES-TONFINCEDl.

You don't often go out because you are quite 11

(YHS) .

SAGITTARIUS: 23rd November - 22nd December
You like adventure, but you want results now! You are very 12_

_

___

(TIMPANITEl.

And you usually make good decisions because you are quite
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2

Look at the dates and match the zodiac signs and profiles to the people.

Sara: 7th April

3

(BINELESS), but you are sometimes 14_ __ _ _ (SOBSYl.

Marcus: 19th December

Alex: 3rd June

Dave: 20th September

2

3 _ _ __ _

4 _ _ __

Write the name of Sara's ideal friend. Give reasons for your answer.

Sara's ideal friend is _ __ _ __ __ because _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

2

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1B

Greetings from Britain
1 Read Jim's letter and write the British English alternative to the words
in bold in 1-10 below.

Joe.,
Gre,e,ting s from Bri.to..in I
I'm ho..,vixlg 0.., greo...t 1 'I~n. It's 2..fo.U, he.re. a...nd.,
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tYle. cix\wo.., to woJ;ci1 0.., ~ mo'li.e.. I'd., Like. to se,e, 0..,
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Write the highlighted letters. Then rearrange the letters to find the name
of the English city where Jim is staying.

QJim is staying in ___ _______

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1c
1

Look at the picture clues and complete the crossword.

Across

4

6

8

10

2

Write the letters from the highlighted squares in the boxes.
Then unscramble the letters to find the hidden job.

DDDDDDDDD
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Roundup 1

An evening at the cinema
1 Write an appropriate question word{s) for each question. Then write
questions a)-h) in the correct speech bubbles.
Who

a) What time does the film start?

e) _ _ _ _ of film is it?

...what time

b)

does it cost?

f) _ _ _ _ is it?

Why

What type

c)

's in it?

g) _ _ _ _ film is on?

How long

How much

d)

are you going, Matt?

h) _ _ _ _ don't you come?

Where

2

What

Invent Sam's reply to Matt's question in picture 8.

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Roundup 2

Murder at Hogbury Hall
1

Inspector Ryan is investigating
a murder at Hogbury Hall. Read the
policeman's notes and complete
the witness statements with the
correct form of the verbs.

Doctor Paul
I

Iwas

walking (walk) to the dining room when I 2

She was running up the stairs. She 3

(see) Susie Blue.

(have) an unusual blue bottle

in her hand. It was about 7.25 p.m.

Alice Ackerley
At 7.30, Mrs Mop 4~_

_

__

(make) dinner, and I

5_ _ _ _

the candlesticks in the dining room when 1 6

(hear) a scream.

(run) to the kitchen. Mrs Mop

I immediately 7

(clean)
(stand)

8

near the door, looking at a body. It was the master of the house!

Dirty Den
At around 7 p.ll. I was with Mr Rogers in the garage. He
his gun, and 1

10

(clean)

9

(look for) a bottle of rat poison, but I didn't find it.

At about 7.20 p.m. Mr Rogers

(leave) the garage to go for dinner.

II

Susie Blue
I

1 2~_

13 _

_

_

__

___

While I

(wash) my hair in the bathroom upstairs when I

(hear) the police car outside, so I
(run) downstairs I

IS

14

16_ _ _ _ _

(go) downstairs.
(notice) Doctor Paul in

the hall, near the entrance to the kitchen.

Possible method

I poison I
2

One of the witnesses is lying, and is the murderer.
Read the statements again and answer the questions.
Who is the victim?

~_

2 Who is the murderer?

_ _ _ _ _ _ __

~_

_ _ _ _ _ _ __

3 What did the murderer use to commit the murder?

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!A (Battle of the Bands'
1

Circle the odd one out in each group of words.
podcast

webcast

2

gig

MP3 player

3

techno

soul

4

playlist

reggae

5

down load

6 flute

(band)

CD player
radio
hip-hop

piano

country and western

trumpet
cello

guitar

trumpet

violin

8

musician

9 trumpet
10 acoustic

cello

performer

clarinet

piano

drums
clarinet

instrument
drums

cassette recorder

folk

saxophone

7

concert

record producer

saxophone
lead

bass

2

Write the odd words from Exercise 1 in the box. Then use the words to
complete the interview below.
band,

I:

Today on 'Music Box' we are interviewing a local musician, Mark
Janes. Hi, Mark.

M: Hi.
I:

SO, tell us about your musical activities.

M: Well, I'm in a lband called 'XYZ' with some of my friends. I'm the

keyboard player because I can also play the

2

,

which is

a very similar 3_ _ _ _ .
I:

And where do you practise?

M: Well, Jake plays the

4

.

We usually practise in his dad's

garage so we don't disturb the neighbours!
I:

Do you perform in public?

M: We're going to play our first

on Saturday. We're going

5

to be in the 'Battle of the Bands' competition.
I:

That will give you good publicity.

M: Yes. The competition is going to be live on the

there'lI be a podcast so I can
I:

,

and I hope

it from the Internet.

7

Does your family share your passion for music?

M: Oh, yes. My sister Susie plays the

in a local jazz band. My younger

8

brother is into classical music, he plays the
I:

6

9

in the school orchestra.

And what kind of music do you like?

M: All sorts. I like rock, pop, hip-hop and techno. When I'm not playing music, I'm

listening to it on my MP3 player. I've created over 50 different
I:

10

S.

Wow! So, what are your plans for the future?

M: That's easy. I'm going to be a professional musician!

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2B

What are you doing on Saturday?
Student A
Look at the poster and your diary. Find out Student B's plans for the weekend,
and find a time to go to the cinema together. Write the time into your diary.
A: Would you like to go to see The Simpsons film on Friday evening?
B: I'm afraid I can 't , I'm ...
A: OK, what are you doing on ... ?

Friday 27th
lJask..eiball TOurnament

2.-4 p.m.

The Simpsons

~aturday 28lli

~ p.m.: visiT

f?

q(andad in

hOspiTal

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Friday and Saturday
at

11 a.m· (]uad b" ,'

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12.·~O: bi(ihdat.1 .
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plz..z..a for

Jak..e

19.00 and 21.00

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Special v.ew,"
Sunday at 11.00

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Student B
Look at the poster and your diary. Find out Student A's plans for the weekend
and find a time to go bowling together. Write the time into your diary.
B: Would you like to go bowling on Friday afternoon?
A: I'm afraid I can 't, I'm ...
B: OK, what are you doing on ... ?

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Film reviews
1

Read the film reviews and complete the gapped words.

Bad Dreams on Oak Street

When Larry met Allie

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It's an 1 a m

§.

zing film, with 2 f ___ a _ t __ special

effects. But watch out! It's very, very 3 s _ a - y.

The Unbelievables
Aaah! It's a film that warms your heart.
It's funny and

10

s __ at that same time.

Unfortunately there are some

11

d

moments, but it has a beautiful happy ending.

I don't usually like this type of film, but this is
4

Moulin Bleu 2

e __ e __ e _ t! The animation is 5 b _ i __ i __ t,

and the story is very

6_

mu ___ g.

Low Morning

This film is rubbish. The story is 7 c _ nf __ - n - : it's
difficult to understand what's happening, and the actors
It's the usual, 9 b __ i _ g story of
are 8 t rr __ -

12

a _ f _I, and the

actors can't sing! It's an unusual idea, but
the result is

cowboys and Indians.

2

Oh dear! The music is

13

d

ad

I.

Unscramble the actors' names to find the film categories. Then say which actors star in which films.

Nat Cora

cartoon: The Unbelievables

2 Ern West
3 Ali Scum
4 R.H. Roor
5 Tom Carin Medcoy
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Roundup 1

Motivator quiz: films
Choose the correct answer. Check your answers and write your score.

1 Which famous singer has not starred in a Hollywood film?
a) Madonna

b) Robbie Williams

c) Eminem

2 Which of these actors is the shortest?
a) Tom Cruise

b) Danny DeVito

c) Arnold Schwarzenegger

3 Which of these actresses is the tallest?
a) Julia Roberts

b) Cameron Diaz

c) Nicole Kidman

4 Which of these films is not from a book?
a) The Lord of the Rings

b) Pirates of the Caribbean

c) Eridget Jones' Diary

5 Which of these James Bond actors made the fewest Bond films?
a) Pierce Brosnan

b) Sean Connery

c) Roger Moore

6 Which of these actors has won the most Oscars?
a) Orlando Bloom

b) Leonardo DiCaprio

c) Robert De Niro

7 Which of these films did Matt Damon star in?
a) The Eourne Identity

b) Matrix

c) Mission Impossible

8 Which country produces the most films every year?
a) The USA

b) India

c) China

9 Which of these actors is the youngest?
a) Johnny Depp

b) Al Pacino

c) Daniel Radcliffe

10 Which of these films was the most expensive to make?
a) Titanic

b) Casino Royale

c) Spiderman 3

My score: _ __

10

8-10

Wow! You're a film expert!

5-7

You know quite a lot about films.

2-4

You're not very interested in films .

0-1

You're a very, very serious person!

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Roundup 2

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Abusy week!
1

Marcia is a very busy
lady. Look at her diary and
complete her responses in
the speech bubbles.

Mon

3 p./'r).: Meei /'r)lj- ~ni

Fri

Tues

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cockia-U pG.-rilj-

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Thurs Ha-ye dinner wLil.
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Would you like to
come to the cinema on
Monday afternoon?

Do you fancy going
to the theatre on

it ( 1\\ T"~~,.j~,, ~,,~~;~~')

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Do you want to
have lunch with me
on Wednesday?

great, but
I'm sorry I can't.
I'm 1 meeting
my agent on
Monday.
Would you like to
go for a walk on

on Friday.

2 Look at the final picture and
complete the man's response.
What about Sunday? Would you
like to take me out on Sunday?

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3A

CleRning

11ft!

1 Sam has invited some friends for
dinner this evening, but his flat is a mess!
Look at the pictures of his flat at 11 a.m.
and 5 p.m. and find the differences.
Use the 'To do' list to describe the
differences. Use the present perfect, and
yet/already if appropriate.

10

do

Do -fhe. washing-U-{J ./
Cl f!..an -fhe. cooke.r
Do -fhe. vaclAJAfl1ing
Do -fhe. ironing

Do -fhe. washing
Clf!..an -Ihe. windows
Make. -fhe. be.d

fmp-fy -fhe. rubbish bin

Fe.e.d -fhe. cd

Picture A: 11 a.m.

Picture B: 5 p.m.

1 Sam hasn't done the washing-up yet.

He's done the washing-up.

2

3
4
5
6

7

8

2

12

It's 5 p.m. What hasn't he done yet?

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38 Yes! magazine
1

Read the article and fill the gaps with the correct form of the verbs from the box.

I have arguments
meet

be married

ask somebody out
get divorced
get married
be engaged to

break up
make up
get engaged

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burger together! It was a dream romance, but it shocked

Hollywood's favourite couple, Liam Henshall and Allie
Carney 1 have got divorced in an incredible, multi-

Hollywood, because at that time Liam 7

million dollar agreement. The Liam-Allie relationship has

actress Mia Rooney and Allie B
film
producer Ray Bradberg. Bradberg cancelled the

become one of the most famous in Hollywood. They

wedding, and Rooney and Liam got divorced.

_ _ _ _ in public that have filled newspapers,

Liam and Allie 9

and since their wedding two years ago, they

after a month, exchanging

_ _ _ _ many times. Up to now, they always

rings that cost over $200,000, and a year later they

_ _- - afterwards, but not this time.

10

The couple 5

in a big wedding ceremony in San

,

Diego. But things soon changed, as the work and

for the first time three

personal differences caused problems between the

years ago on the set of the film True Love. Liam liked
Allie immediately and he 6

to

couple. Now it seems the dream is over.

on the first

day of filming. They were very busy so they went for a

2

Write the answers to the questions. Use the highlighted letters to discover the mystery word.
What was the title of Liam and Allie's first film together?b] _

2 Where do Liam and Allie wOrk?b] _

_

3

_

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Complete the instruction with the mystery word.

Circle every
wedding
well

word.

make

every

actor

4

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Cl _ _ _ _
Cl _ __ _

4 What did Liam and Allie eat on their first date? -

_

_____ _

3 What was Mia Rooney's relationship to Liam? -

5 Where did they get married? -

_

get

year

engaged
husband

wife
woman
argue

on

married
sixty

Vegas

give
cake

London

date

ring

thousand

never

Las

couples

to

Hollywood

divorce

is

in

Reorder the circled words to discover the mystery fact!

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Happy families
1

Read the clues below and complete the family tree.

John has three children and seven grandchildren.
2 Jeremy is Rob's brother.
3 Sally has one son and no daughters.
4 Sally and Jean are John and Lillian's daughters-in-law.
5 Jessica is Nick's stepsister.
6 Julia and Peter are married.
7 Jessica is Rob's niece.
8 Oebbie has four cousins, and two brothers. One of her brothers is called Oave.
9 Neil has one brother. He is Fiona's cousin.
10 Steve is Jeremy's nephew.

2

Read the email. Who is it from?

To:
From:

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celebration.
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Roundup 1

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1

The last lines of the dialogues have been mixed up. Complete the dialogues with
the correct form of the verbs, then match the last lines to the correct dialogue.

1

3

A: You look miserable. What's the matter?

A: You look worried. What's the

B: I've just 1 had (have) my exam results.

matter?

(fail) them all.

I've 2

B: I've

(be) with my girlfriend!

(lose) my digital

camera. My parents

A: Oh dear. Well, why don't you take them again?
B: He 3

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_ _ _ (give) it to me for my
birthday last year.
A: I see. Well, why don't you look
for it in your bedroom?
B: I've already 8
them five times!

(take)

D

2
A: You look fed up. What's the matter?
B: I've just

(see) my best friend.

4

A: Oh! So what's the problem then?
B: I've already

5

(look) there. It's disappeared!

D

2 Cross out the letters from the verbs you wrote in Exercise 1. Unscramble the remaining
letters to find the name of a famous English pop star who failed all his school exams!
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6 The place where you usually cook a meal.
9 The exercises that your teacher gives you to
do after your lessons.
11 The ceremony that people have when they
get married.
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1 You have just arrived home from town. Look at the pictures and write the places you went to.

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in the boxes to help you.) Where did you forget to go? Complete the sentence.

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1 You have to buy some furniture for your
new attic bedroom. You need a wardrobe and
a desk and chair. Look at the room plan and
draw the items you choose on the plan.

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height of room: 2m 40

drawers

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tic The waiting room
Read the story and complete the sentences in the speech bubbles
using too much/too many or not enough .
... because I can't sleep at night.

I agree. And there

2 _ _ _ __

_

(pollution). That's why I'm here.

That's right. And those young people
with their fast cars! They've got
_ _ _ _ _ _ (money) in my opinion.

Yes. My music
_ _ ____ (not loud)!

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Roundup 1

(an you tell me the way?
Student A

1 You are at the train station. Look at your task list. Identify where you need
to go for each task and write the places on the list.

2

Ask Student B for directions to each place. Start from the train station each time.

A: Can you tell me the way to ... ?
B: Yes, go left out of the station car
park, turn left along ...

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1

You are at the train station. Look at your task list. Identify where you need
to go for each task and write the places on the list.

2

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A trip to New York
Look at Jo's tickets and receipts from her recent trip to New York. Complete the
details of her trip below and number them in the correct order.

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5A

organised chaos
1

Read about Susanna's day yesterday and fill the gaps with the correct form of make or do.

,

SUSIE'S SLOG

Today I'm feeling @

Posted at 20.39 Thursday 27th April
Phew! What an awful day today! I woke up with a bad tooth, so
mum

1

made an appointment with the dentist for the afternoon.

I never have time for breakfast so I 2

a quick cup of

coffee - and then went to school. But I forgot my homework!
I always

3

my homework in the afternoon (so I can

watch TV in the evening) , but I forgot to put it in my bag. My
teacher was angry, and I had to

some extra work

4

during the break, as punishment! Before lunch we
a Maths test. It was really hard. I 6
I7

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my best, but I know

lots of mistakes. I studied all last week for that test, but it

difference. After school I 9
In the evening I tried to

10

8

no

the shopping with Mum, and then I went to the dentist.
a cake for my friend's birthday. But I 11

terrible mess, and then of course I had to

12

a

the washing up. Now I'm really tired!

Tomorrow is a holiday: HOORAY! I'm going to sleep late and have a really lazy day.

2

Imagine you are Susanna. Complete the quiz for her.

HOW ORGANISED ARE YOU?
1 When do you do your homework?
a) immediately after school
b) in the evening, after dinner
c) on the bus in the morning

4 You have a day of holiday. What do you do?
a) I get up early, and do some sport.
b) I get up late, then go out with friends.
c) I get up late, and do nothing all day.

2 What is the first thing you do in the morning?
a) do some exercise
b) make breakfast and eat it quickly
c) have a quick coffee then run to school. Late again!

5 Your mum has asked you to make a cake for
your sister's birthday. What do you do?
a) I make a beautiful cake and clean the
kitchen.
b) I buy a cake from the supermarket:
it's the thought that counts.
c) I do my best, but make a mess!

3 You have to do an exam. How do you prepare?
a) I prepare a study programme six months before.
b) I study every day for a week before.
c) I study a little the night before, and hope!

Key
Mostly a): You are very well organised. You like to have your life under control.
Mostly b): You are quite well organised, particularly for important things,
but sometimes you make mistakes.
Mostly c): Your life is chaos! Can you remember your name?

3
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Complete the quiz for yourself. Then compare your results with another student.

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Student A

1

Use the prompts to ask Student B questions to complete the article. Answer Student B's questions.

James Bond is the most famous and popular spy in the world. lan Fleming wrote
the first Bond book in 1
(when?). Since then, the books have sold over
100 million copies. People have been watching Bond films for over 40 years.
_ __ (how many?) different actors have played James Bond since the
films began in 1962.
Daniel Craig is 6
(what/doing?) at the moment. He has been in
Italy @ a mc@th. Daniel and the film crew have been travelling around Italy
_ __ (how long?). They've already filmed scenes In SiE@J and @:lme
Now they're at Lake Garda. They've been 10
(what/do?) around the
lake. Unfortunately it's extremely dangerous, and there have been two serious
accidents since last Saturday, and they've destroyed 12
(what?)'
Daniel Craig has been acting in films for nearly 20 (£i:ars. He's been playing
James Bond 14
(how long?).

2

Write the 'circled' letters below. Then ask Student B for his/her circled letters and add them.

DDDDDDDDDDD
Unscramble the letters to answer the question.

Who was the first James Bond actor? _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _

Student B

1

Answer Student /1(s questions. Use the prompts to ask Student A questions to complete the article.

James Bond is the most famous and popular spy in the world. lan Fleming wrote
the first Bond book in 1952. Since then, the books have sold 2
(how many?)
copies. People have been watching Bond films for 3
(how long?) .@x
different actors have played James Bond since the films began 5
(when?).
Daniel Craig is filming the @est James Bond film at the moment. He has been in
Italy 7
(how long?). Daniel and the film crew have been travelling
around Italy s@:e February. They've already filmed scenes in 9 _ _ _ _ __
(where?) . Now they're at Lake Garda. They've been driving vg;y fast©JrS
around the lake. Unfortunately it's extremely dangerous, and there have been
11
(how many?) serious accidents since last Saturday, and they've
destroyed a very@Daniel Craig has been acting in films for
playing James Bond since 2006.

2

13

(how long?). He's been

Write the 'circled' letters below. Then ask Student A for his/her circled letters and add them.

DDDDDDDDDDD
Unscramble the letters to answer the question.

Who was the first James Bond actor? _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _

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5e Eating out
1

Solve the anagrams to complete the menus.
MENU 2

MENU 1

Starters
Deep-fried 1 mushrooms (ROSHOMUMS)
_ __

(WARNP) cocktail

_ _ _
_ _ _

(LlRGELD) burger, with

(CUTELET) and

11 _

_

_

(AMOTOT)

Main Courses, served with

The best ever hot dog! With fresh I!:)

_ _ (OLIDEB) or 4

_

potatoes and a selection offresh

(SHAMED)
5_

_ _ __

(BLEVATEGES)

_ _ _ (DEKAB) bread, two local
sausages, and
_

_ _ _ (ATORS) lamb with mint sauce

15_

_ _ __
__

13

(SNOONI)

_

(AKDEB ATOPOT) with

(DETRAG) cheese

_ _ _ (HINCECK) in a cream sauce

On the side

Dessert

_ __ (PICHS)

_ __ _ _ (WRESTRABRY) cheesecake

17 _

__

(RALClG) bread

A choice of ice cream

For the sweet tooth
MENU 3

_

_ _ _ __

Our ver!:) best

Traditional dishes from the
heart of the Mediterranean

(TURIF ADLAS)

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coke

(THASPIGEIT) bolognese

20

(ASELGAN)

Vegetable 21
22

(TAME) ravioli in tomato sauce

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(ZAPIZ) surprise!

With 24

(HESECE) and tomato

and the chef's surprise ingredients

2

Match the menus to the restaurants.

WEYLAND·S
RESTAURANT

IIMENu _ 1

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BMENU _ I

BMENU _I

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