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AC Horizons Test 2 FP

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AC Horizons Test 2 FP

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Unit 1 Test

Name:
Class:

Date:

Group A

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Part one
Vocabulary

1

Grammar

Complete the paragraph about holidays with
the missing words.

3

Every year I go on holiday with my family. We
usually spend a fortnight in Ireland. We go
by 1 c____ to Liverpool and then get the
2 f________ over to Ireland. We usually stay on
a 3 c____________ because it’s a bit cheaper,
but last year we stayed in a 4 h__________
a ___________.
We love going to the 5 b________ and
6 s______________ because it’s relaxing.
The sea is very clean there, so it’s good to
go 7 s______________ in.
The great thing about Ireland is that there
are so many interesting things to see and
places to visit. If we get bored, we can go
8 w______________. The scenery is lovely.
Or we can go 9 s_________________. I don’t
really like visiting 10 m______________ or
11 g_________, but I like looking at the squares
and monuments in the old city centres. And the
food is fantastic, so we 12 e____ o____ some


evenings.

visit
travel
not enjoy
not help

1 A How ________ you ________ to London?
B By plane.
2 My mum _________ as a hotel receptionist
when she was twenty.
3 We wanted to go shopping, so the driver
__________ the coach in the city centre.
4 My sister __________ her activity holiday.
She said it was boring.
5 A How long __________ your journey
__________?
B About three hours.
6 The local people weren’t friendly – they
__________ us at all.
7 We couldn’t visit the museum because
it __________ early.
8 A Why __________ you __________ to go
to the beach?
B Because we wanted to sunbathe.
9 The town was horrible, so we ____________.

Example:

I didn’t enjoy my holiday. The activities
were really interesting/boring.

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stop
decide
last

We __________
visited three cities in Spain on
holiday last month.

Underline the correct alternative.

1 We had a great holiday. It was fun/boring.
2 We didn’t eat at the hotel. The food was
disgusting/fantastic.
3 A Were the people in Portugal
horrible/friendly?
B Yes, they were very nice.
4 We sat on the beach every day – it was very
relaxing/friendly.
5 We met a very interesting/boring man in York
who told us fantastic stories about the history
of the city.

not stay
work
close

Example:

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2

Complete the sentences with the correct form
of a verb from the box. Use the Past simple.

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4

Complete the letter with the Past simple of the
verbs in brackets.

Dear Victoria,
How are you? I hope you’re fine.
I _______
was (be) on holiday in the Lake District last
month and I 1 _______ (have) a great time.
I 2 _______ (go) with my friend, Daniel – my
parents 3 __________ (not come). We 4 _______
(meet) some really nice people in the youth hostel.
They 5 _______ (know) the Lake District well and
so they helped us a lot.
We 6 _______ (see) all the famous lakes and
mountains and I loved the pretty villages.
I 7 _______ (not buy) very much because
things 8 _______ (be) quite expensive. We
9 _______ (spend) a week in Keswick and then
we travelled to Hadrian’s Wall by coach.
10 _______ you _______ (have) a good holiday?
Where 11 _______ you _______ (go) and what
12 _______ you _______ (do)?
Write soon!
Love,
Jake
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Unit 1 Test

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Group B

Part one

7 __________ the plane __________ in
Hong Kong on the way to Australia?
8 A How long __________ your holiday
__________?
B A fortnight.
9 A __________ your sister __________ at a
summer camp last year?
B Yes, but she didn’t get much money.

Grammar

1

Complete the e-mail with the Past simple of
the verbs in brackets.

Dear Chris,
Thanks for your letter. How’s it going?
I _______
was (be) on holiday in Corsica two weeks
ago with my family. 1 _______ you _______ (go)
on holiday? Where? 2 _______ you _______
(have) a good time? 3 _______ you _______ (do)
anything interesting?
I 4 _______ (have) a fantastic time in Corsica but
things 5 _______ (be) fairly expensive there, so
I 6 _______ (not buy) any presents.
We 7 _______ (spend) a few days in Bastia and
then we travelled to Porto-Vecchio.
I 8 _______ (go) to the beach a lot – my parents
9 _______ (not come). They prefer walking.
We 10 _______ (see) lovely forests and villages
and I loved the mountains.
We 11 _______ (meet) some great people there.
They 12 _______ (know) the island well
and so we did a lot of things with them.
Send me a message!
Samir

__ /12

2

Complete the sentences with the correct form
of a verb from the box. Use the Past simple.
visit
work
decide
last

close
travel
stop

not enjoy
not help
not stay

Example:

visited three cities in Spain on
We
holiday last month.
1 They __________ to go to London because
they wanted to go sightseeing.
2 I __________ my beach holiday – the town
was horrible.
3 The hotel receptionist wasn’t very nice.
When we had a problem, he __________ us.
4 Mark and Jo couldn’t go to the gallery
because it __________ at weekends.
5 They __________ to Swansea by train.
6 I __________ at the hotel because it was
disgusting.

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Vocabulary

3

Underline the correct alternative.
Example:

I didn’t enjoy my holiday. The activities
were really interesting/boring.
1 A Did you meet any interesting/horrible people?
B Yes, I met some great Spanish people.
2 They played volleyball on the beach every
day – it was fun/relaxing.
3 I feel great after my holiday – it was very
boring/relaxing.
4 A Was the food fantastic/disgusting?
B Yes, we ate in wonderful restaurants every
evening.
5 The people in the hotel were friendly/horrible.
They didn’t help us at all.
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4

Complete the paragraph about holidays with
the missing words.
I go on holiday with my family every summer.
We usually go to France for a fortnight. There
are so many interesting things to see and places
to visit. We take the 1 f________ from Dover
to Calais and then we travel around by
2 c_____. Sometimes we stop in Paris to go
3 s________________ – we visit the famous
4 g________ and 5 m___________.
Usually we stay in a 6 h_________________
a ___________, but sometimes we like staying
on 7 c________________ because they’re fun.
We usually cook dinner, but we also 8 e_____
o_____ some evenings because the restaurants
are very good.
My parents like 9 s___________ on the
10 b________. They also like going
11 w____________ in the countryside. My
sister and I prefer to go 12 s___________ in
the pool or in the sea.
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AC Horizons Test 2 FP

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Unit 1 Test

Name:
Class:
Date:

Groups A and B

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Part two
Grammar and functions

5

6

Translate these sentences.
1 We went skiing in the Alps last year.
____________________________________
____________________________________
2 Hannah spent a fortnight in Spain.
____________________________________
____________________________________
3 Jasmine and Deborah had a good time on
holiday.
____________________________________
____________________________________
4 Did you sunbathe all day?
____________________________________
____________________________________
5 They ate in restaurants every evening when
they were on holiday.
____________________________________
____________________________________
6 Josh didn’t buy any postcards of London.
____________________________________
____________________________________
__ /12

Imagine that someone is asking you about
your last holiday. Write complete questions
and give answers that are true for you.
1 Where/go?
____________________________________?
____________________________________
____________________________________
2 When/go?
____________________________________?
____________________________________
____________________________________
3 Who/go with?
____________________________________?
____________________________________
____________________________________
4 How/travel?
____________________________________?
____________________________________
____________________________________
5 How long/stay?
____________________________________?
____________________________________
____________________________________
6 Where/stay?
____________________________________?
____________________________________
____________________________________
7 food/nice?
____________________________________?
____________________________________
____________________________________
8 What activities/do?
____________________________________?
____________________________________
____________________________________
9 What places/visit?
____________________________________?
____________________________________
____________________________________
10 enjoy/your holiday?
____________________________________?
____________________________________
____________________________________
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Unit 2 Test

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Group A

Part one
Vocabulary

1

Then we 7 ________ (go) sightseeing.
David 8 ________ you ________ (visit)
the Royal Pavilion?
Adam Yes. It 9 ____________ (be) amazing.
I 10 ___________ (love) it. On Sunday,
we 11 __________ (see) some
street theatre. The actors 12 __________
(tell) some really funny jokes.
David That sounds fantastic!

Complete the sentences with a word from the
box.
Example:

You need a
ticket
return

ticket

platform
journey
station

to travel by train.
office
timetable
single

leave
catch

1 I’m going to the train ______________ to
meet my friend.
2 What time does the next train to London
______________?
3 The ______________ from London to
Southampton takes an hour and a half.
4 Did you ______________ the train at 7.28?
5 A ______________ gives you information
about trains.
6 You can travel in one direction with a
______________ ticket.
7 The train for Bristol is on ______________ 5.
8 You can travel to another place and back with
a ______________ ticket.
9 You can buy a train ticket at the ticket
______________.

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4

Example:

Who

Write the prices in words.
Example:

a
b
c
d
e

£2,000

two thousand pounds

£1.50
75p
£1.15
£14.99
£168.00

____________________________
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________
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Grammar

3

Complete the dialogue with the correct form of
the verbs in brackets. Use the Past simple.
David Hi, Adam. Did you enjoy (enjoy)
your trip to Brighton?
Adam Yes, it was great. We 1 ______________
(catch) the train from London very early
and we 2 _________ (arrive) at 8.00 a.m.
We 3 _________ (spend) all weekend by
the sea.
David What 4 ________ you _________ (do)?
Adam We 5 ________ (walk) along the beach
in the morning and we 6 ___________
(discover) a nice café for breakfast.

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invented the computer?

1 A Who _____ sang in the school
Christmas show?
B The whole class.
2 A What _____ you see in the city centre?
B We saw the square and the art gallery.
3 A Who _____ you go out with last weekend?
B I went out with my sister.
4 A What _____ happened after the accident?
B The police arrived.
5 A Which film _____ you watch?
B We watched Star Wars.
6 A What _____ you buy for your mum?
B We bought her a mobile phone.
7 A How many people _____ visited the
cathedral last year?
B About 20,000.
8 A Who _____ helped you with your homework?
B My friend helped me.

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2

Complete the questions with did when it is
necessary or with – if it is not necessary.

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5

Underline the correct alternative.
Example:

Someone/Anyone called for you, but they
didn’t leave a message.
1 They travel everywhere/everyone by train.
2 I looked in the box, but there was
anything/nothing in it.
3 The train's full, so there’s no one/nowhere
to sit.
4 The film was great – everyone/someone
enjoyed it.
5 She lost her bag nowhere/somewhere in town.
6 We didn’t know anybody/somebody at the party.
7 Everybody/Somebody stole our car last night.
8 Did you buy anywhere/anything at the shops?
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AC Horizons Test 2 FP

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Unit 2 Test

Name:
Class:
Date:

Group B

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Part one
Vocabulary

1

4 A
B
5 A
B
6 A

Write the prices in words.
Example:

a
b
c
d
e

£2,000

two thousand pounds

£1.68
£175.00
£1.99
15p
£14.50

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____________________________
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________

B
7 A
B
8 A
B

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2

Complete the sentences with a word from the
box.

__ /8

4

Underline the correct alternative.
Example:

Example:

ticket

You need a
ticket
single

Who _____ you help?
I helped my friend with his homework.
Who _____ bought you a mobile phone?
My mum.
What _____ you sing in the school
Christmas show?
I sang my favourite song.
Where _____ you go in the city centre?
We went to the cathedral and the museum.
When _____ the police arrive?
After the accident.

catch
timetable
office

Someone/Anyone called for you, but they
didn’t leave a message.

to travel by train.
return
platform
leaves

journey
station

1 You get information about trains from a
______________.
2 The next train to London goes from
____________ 10.
3 The next train to Southampton
______________ at 7.28.
4 We buy train tickets at the ticket
______________.
5 She met her sister at the train
______________.
6 With a ______________ ticket, you can
travel to another city and back again.
7 The ______________ from Bristol to Bath
lasts thirty minutes.
8 With a ______________ ticket, you can
travel in one direction.
9 What time did you ______________ the train
yesterday?

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

I left my phone somewhere/anywhere in school.
Somebody/Everybody took my bag yesterday.
He goes everyone/everywhere by car.
We opened the fridge, but there was
nothing/anything in it.
Did they buy anything/anywhere in town?
Someone/Everyone had a good time at the
party – it was fantastic!
She didn’t meet somebody/anybody at the
concert.
There’s nowhere/no one to sit. The bus is full.
__ /8

5

Complete the dialogue with the correct form of
the verbs in brackets. Use the Past simple.
Adam
David
Adam
David

__ /9

Grammar

3

Complete the questions with did when it is
necessary or with – if it is not necessary.

Adam
David

Example:

Who



invented the computer?

1 A Which place _____ they visit?
B They visited the art gallery.
2 A How many people _____ watched Star Wars
with you?
B About 15.
3 A Who _____ went out with you last night?
B The whole class.

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Adam

Hi, David. Did you enjoy (enjoy)
your trip to London?
Yes, it was great. We 1 _________
(spend) all day there.
2 _________ you _________ (visit) the
Tower of London?
Yes. I 3 _________ (love) it – it
4 _________ (be) fantastic.
What else 5 _______ you _______ (do)?
We 6 _________ (go) sightseeing in the
morning and we 7 _________ (discover)
a nice pub for lunch. Then we
8 _________ (walk) along the river.
In the evening, we 9 _________ (see)
some street theatre. The actors
10 ________ (tell) some really funny
jokes. We 11 _________ (catch) the train
home very late and we 12 _________
(arrive) at 11.30 p.m.
That sounds amazing!
__ /12

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Unit 2 Test

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Groups A and B

Part two

5

Grammar and functions

6

Opening times: Monday–Saturday
9.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Closed Sunday

Look at the signs and notices (1–5) and write a
question and an answer for each one. Use What,
What time, How much or Where and give the
times and prices in words.

______________________________________
______________________________________

Examples:

What time does the café open?
It opens at nine o’clock in the morning.
How much does a cream tea cost?
It costs six pounds twenty-five pence.

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7

Grand Café
Openi
1
DESTINATION

GATE

DEP.

BA173

BELFAST

7

11.25

______________________________________
______________________________________

2

EUROSTAR
Depart

Arrive

London 12.45
Brussels 16.30
Return: £149.00
______________________________________
______________________________________

3

Atlantic Cinema
Live Another Day
Next showing: 12.20
Tickets: £5.50; students £4.00
______________________________________
______________________________________

4 National Coaches
Coach no. Destination Stop Dep.

21

Exeter

11

Arr.

Write a short paragraph saying what you did
last Friday. (30–35 words) Use next, after that,
first, finally and then.
______________________________________
______________________________________
______________________________________
______________________________________
______________________________________
______________________________________
______________________________________
______________________________________
______________________________________
______________________________________

ng times – Monday to Sund
9.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. ay
Traditional cream tea: £6.25

FLIGHT NO.

City Bookshop

__ /10

8

You want to buy a train ticket to Nottingham.
Complete the dialogue.
You 1 ________________________________
Man Good morning. Can I help you?
You 2 ________________________________
________________________________
Man Single or return?
You 3 ________________________________
Man A single’s £25 and a return is £27.
You 4 ________________________________
Man That’s £27, please.
You 5 ________________________________
Man Yes, of course. We accept all credit cards.
Here are your tickets and receipt.
You 6 ________________________________
________________________________
Man It leaves at ten past one.
You 7 ________________________________
________________________________
Man It takes two hours and twenty minutes.
You 8 ________________________________
________________________________
Man It leaves from platform three.
You 9 ________________________________
Man Goodbye.

07.50 10.50

__ /18

______________________________________
______________________________________

Total ___ /80

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Unit 3 Test

Name:
Class:
Date:

Group A

Part one

4

Vocabulary

1

You can buy books here. b

Someone stole my bike. Can I borrow your
yours
bike?
1 I haven’t got a camera, so she gave me her
camera. _____________
2 These aren’t my books. They’re your books.
_____________
3 Is this your cat or their cat? _____________
4 That’s your mobile phone. Where’s my
mobile phone? _____________
5 I needed a dictionary, so I borrowed his
dictionary. _____________
6 Your TV doesn’t work, so you can watch our
TV. _____________

ookshop

1 You can buy stamps here. p______ o______
2 They clean your clothes here.
d_____ c____________
3 You can buy things from stalls here.
m____________
4 They sell bread in this shop. b____________
5 They cut your hair here. h_______________
6 You can buy cooked food here to eat at home.
t______________
7 You can get a credit card here. b_________
8 They sell medicine here. c____________
9 You can buy oranges and potatoes here.
g_______________

__ /6

5

__ /9

Complete the sentences with the correct
preposition. Sometimes more than one
answer is possible.
Example:

Grammar

The church is

Complete the sentences with the positive or
negative form of a verb from the box.
have
turn

have
be

Substitute the words in bold with the correct
possessive pronoun.
Example:

Complete the names of shops and places in the
city.
Example:

2

______________________
______________________
______________________

look out!
copy

listen
forget

a nice day!

1
2
3
4

___________ your partner’s exercises.
___________ a sandwich and a drink.
___________ That dog is dangerous.
___________ right and the supermarket’s
beside the baker’s.
5 ___________ late for the film. It starts at
8.00 p.m.
6 ___________ your umbrella. It’s raining.
7 ___________ carefully. This is very important.

__ /6

3

__ /7

3

Look at the names written on the objects on the
right. Write questions with Whose and answers
with the owner’s name.

Smith Street.

1 You can walk _____________ the park to
Stanley Road.
2 The road goes _____________ the railway
bridge.
3 Go _____________ Richmond Road and the
butcher’s is on the right.
4 The cinema’s _____________ of Richmond
Road and Market Street.
5 Walk _____________ the square to the town
hall.
6 The butcher’s is _____________ the
newsagent’s and the supermarket.

Example:

Have

in

2

1

Example:

1

Whose is this guitar? It’s Andy Smith’s.

2
3
4
5
6

__________________?
__________________?
__________________?
__________________?
__________________?

________________.
________________.
________________.
________________.
________________.

4
5

6

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Group B
a

Part one
Grammar

1

c

b

Look at the names written on the objects on
the right. Write questions with Whose and
answers with the owner’s name.

d

Example:

a

Whose is this guitar? It’s Andy Smith’s.

b
c
d
e
f

__________________?
__________________?
__________________?
__________________?
__________________?

f

________________.
________________.
________________.
________________.
________________.

e

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4
2

3

Substitute the words in bold with the correct
possessive pronoun.

Complete the sentences with the correct
preposition. Sometimes more than one answer
is possible.

Example:

Example:

Someone stole my bike. Can I borrow your
yours
bike?

The church is

in

Smith Street.

1 Your camera doesn’t work, so you can use
our camera. _____________
2 They’re your books. Where are my books?
_____________
3 I haven’t got a TV, so I watched her TV.
_____________
4 I needed a mobile phone, so I borrowed his
mobile phone. _____________
5 This isn’t my dictionary. It’s your dictionary.
_____________
6 Is that your dog or their dog? ____________

1 The butcher’s is _____________ of Park
Street and Stanley Road.
2 You can walk _____________ the square to
the supermarket.
3 Go _____________ the park to Richmond
Road.
4 The cinema is _____________ the butcher’s
and the newsagent’s.
5 Walk _____________ Stanley Road and the
town hall’s on the left.
6 Market Street goes _____________ the
railway bridge.

__ /6

__ /6

Complete the sentences with the positive or
negative form of a verb from the box.
forget
listen

have
turn

look out!
have

be
copy

Example:

Have

a nice day!

1 ___________ left and the video shop’s
opposite the cinema.
2 The train leaves at nine o’clock.
___________ late.
3 ___________ your passport. You can’t travel
without it.
4 This is very important. ___________ carefully.
5 ___________ a cup of tea.
6 ___________ your friend’s homework.
7 ___________ That car is coming very fast.
__ /7

Vocabulary

5

Complete the names of the shops and places in
the city.
Example:

You can buy books here. b

ookshop

1 You can change your hairstyle here.
h_______________
2 They sell cooked food here to eat in your
house. t______________
3 You can buy aspirins here. c_____________
4 They sell onions and bananas here.
g_______________
5 You can get money from here. b__________
6 You can ask them to clean your clothes here.
d_____ c____________
7 They sell stamps here. p______ o______
8 They sell things on stalls here. m_________
9 You can buy bread here. b_______
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Unit 3 Test

Name:
Class:
Date:

Groups A and B

______________________
______________________
______________________

Part two
Vocabulary

6

Write the names of six pets.
_____________
_____________

_____________
_____________

_____________
_____________
__ /6

Grammar and functions

7

Look at the map on the right. Complete the
dialogues. Give directions, starting at the point
indicated on the map with You are here.

Richmond Road
cinema

church

video clothes
shop shop

High Street

park

8

Stanley Road

__ /20

Smith Street

Queen’s Street
library

3 A Excuse me. How do I get to the pub?
B __________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________

5 A Excuse me. How do I get to the school?
B __________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________

bookshop
pub

school

2 A Excuse me. Where’s the cinema?
B __________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________

4 A Excuse me. Where’s the supermarket?
B __________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________

supermarket
butcher‘s

George Street

1 A Excuse me. How do I get to the video shop?
B __________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________

newsagent‘s

swimming pool

You are here

Translate the dialogues.
1 A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B

Whose is this rucksack?
It’s Eleanor’s.
Where’s my rucksack?
Yours is under the table.
__________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________

2 A Excuse me. Where’s the bus stop?
B Go straight on until the bank, then turn
right. The bus stop is on the left in front of
the park. You can’t miss it.
A __________________________________
B __________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________
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Total ___ /80

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Unit 4 Test

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Group A

Part one
Vocabulary

1

Grammar

Look at the adjectives and write their opposites.

4

Example:

cheap –
1
2
3
4

expensive

Example:

big – ________
stressful – _______
noisy – _______
dangerous – _______

5
6
7
8

The country is usually
the city.

boring – _______
hot – _______
friendly – _______
clean – _______

Write the names of the clothes.

1
8
9
2
10

3
4

5

7
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

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11

6

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

8
9
10
11
12
13

12

13

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
__ /13

3

quieter (quiet) than

1 Which city is ________________ (noisy),
London or Delhi?
2 The market is __________ (cheap) than the
shopping mall.
3 The city is ______________ (polluted) than
the country.
4 Oxford is __________ (small) than
Birmingham.
5 Jamaica is __________ (hot) than England.
6 The clothes shops in London are __________
(good) than in Bristol.
7 People in a small town are usually
________________ (friendly) than people in
a big city.
8 I think Tokyo is ________________
(interesting) than New York.

__ /8

2

Complete the sentences with the comparative
form of the adjective in brackets.

Complete the sentences with the opposite of
the adjective given.
Example:

My sunglasses weren’t cheap.
They were expensive .
1 I don’t like patterned shirts. I prefer _______
clothes.
2 His clothes are quite casual, but his sister’s
are very _______.
3 My new skirt isn’t long, it’s _______.
4 I bought some flared jeans, but my friend
bought some _________ trousers.
5 Those jumpers aren’t baggy, they’re _______.

5

Complete the e-mail with the superlative form
of the adjective in brackets.

Hi Fiona,
How are you? You asked for my news.
Well, we went shopping last weekend and it was
the worst (bad) day of my life! We arrived at the
_________
market on 1 _________ (hot) day of the year after
2 _____________ (stressful) journey of my life on
3 _________ (slow) bus through 4 ____________
(dangerous) part of town.
The market was 5 ____________ (noisy) and
6 ____________ (crowded) in the world! But there
were one or two nice things – we found
7 _____________ (cheap) stall there and I
bought some of 8 _____________ (unusual) clothes
in the market.
Did you enjoy your weekend?
Love,
Rachel

__ /8

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Grammar

Part one

4

Vocabulary

1

Complete the e-mail with the superlative form
of the adjective in brackets.

Complete the sentences with the opposite of
the adjective given.
Hi Rachel
How are you? Yes, I had a great weekend,
thanks. But I went to a party on Saturday night
and it was the worst (bad) evening of my life!
The disco was 1 ____________ (crowded) and
2 ___________ (hot) place in the world! It was
also 3 ____________ (noisy) disco in York and
so I couldn’t talk to anyone!
There were some of 4 ____________ (unusual)
people there and at the end of the evening
they played 5 ___________ (slow) music for
all the couples.
My friends left the disco before me and so I
found 6 __________ (cheap) taxi and it took
me through 7 ___________ (dangerous) area
in the city! The journey home was
8 _________________ (stressful) of my life.
Fortunately I arrived home OK – but my
parents weren’t very happy!

Example:

My sunglasses weren’t cheap.
They were expensive .
1 I like baggy clothes, but my sister likes
_______ clothes.
2 I didn’t buy a long coat – I bought a _______
one.
3 I hate this patterned jumper. I want a
_______ jumper.
4 My dad wears casual shirts at the weekend
and _______ shirts at work.
5 Those trousers aren’t flared. They’re _______.
__ /5

2

______________________
______________________
______________________

Look at the adjectives and write their
opposites.
Example:

cheap –
1
2
3
4

expensive

clean – _______
friendly – _______
big – _______
hot – _______

5
6
7
8

Write soon.
Love,
Fiona

dangerous – _______
noisy – _______
stressful – _______
boring – _______
__ /8

3

Write the names of the clothes.
a ___________
h ___________
b ___________
i ___________
c ___________
j ___________
d ___________
k ___________
e ___________
l ___________
f ___________
m ___________
g ___________

5

The country is usually
the city.

h
e
f

i
j
g

k

b
l
c

Complete the sentences with the comparative
form of the adjective in brackets.
Example:

__ /13

a

__ /8

m

quieter (quiet) than

1 The clothes shops in Bristol are
________________ (cheap) than in London.
2 Which city is ________________ (friendly),
New York or Tokyo?
3 Australia is ________________ (hot)
than Canada.
4 I think San Francisco is ________________
(interesting) than London.
5 The market is ________________ (good)
than the shopping mall.
6 Poland is ________________ (small) than
the USA.
7 Manchester is ________________ (polluted)
than Windsor.
8 The town is ________________ (noisy)
than the country.
__ /8

d
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Part two
Grammar and functions

6

Write sentences comparing yourself with your
best friend. Use the words given.

8

Shop assistant Hi. Can I help you?

Examples:

I’m taller than my best friend.
My best friend is taller than me.
I’m as tall as my best friend.
I’m not as tall as my best friend.

Joe I 1 ________________
that jacket, please.
Shop assistant OK. What 2 __________
____________________?

1 funny
____________________________________
2 lazy
____________________________________

Joe Medium.

3 slim
____________________________________

Shop assistant Here you are.

4 good at English
____________________________________

Joe Mmm. It’s a bit big.
Have you got a smaller one?

5 trendy
____________________________________
6 lively
____________________________________

Shop assistant Yes. Try this one.

__ /12

7

Complete the dialogue.

Joe Yes, that’s better.
3 ________________?

Write sentences giving your opinion.
Shop assistant I think it suits you.

Example:

tall/person in my family

My uncle is the tallest person in my family.

Joe

1 trendy shop in my town/city
____________________________________

Joe OK. I’ll take it.

3 noisy student in my class
____________________________________

5 bad singer in the world
____________________________________

_______________________?

Shop assistant It’s £49.99

2 beautiful area of my country
____________________________________

4 hot month of the year
____________________________________

4

__ /8

9

What are you wearing today? Write complete
sentences describing three articles of clothing.
Use at least one adjective for each one.
1 ____________________________________

6 expensive bar in my town/city
____________________________________

____________________________________

__ /12

2 ____________________________________
____________________________________
3 ____________________________________
____________________________________
__ /6
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Group A

______________________
______________________
______________________

Part one
Vocabulary

1

Match the verbs (1–9) to the words or phrases
(a–i).

4

Example:

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

i
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__

get
become
win
marry
study
have
move
go
buy

a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i

someone rich
Medicine
a house
three children
to the USA
to university
a pilot
an Olympic medal
married

Complete the dialogue with the correct form of
be going to, the Present continuous or the
Present simple. Use the contracted form where
possible. Sometimes more than one answer is
possible.
Joe
Tim

Joe
__ /8

Grammar

2

Tim

Underline the correct alternative.
Example:

Joe

I’m going to Cornwall in/on July.

Tim

1
2
3
4
5
6

What are you doing the next/next weekend?
I’m playing tennis tomorrow/next afternoon.
She’s starting university in/at September.
Are you going out in/this evening?
We’re going swimming in/at the weekend.
They’re going on holiday in/on three weeks’
time.
7 What are you doing at/in Christmas?
8 I’m seeing my friends in/on Friday.

Joe
Tim

Joe
Tim
Joe

__ /8

3

Write sentences with the correct form of be going
to. Use the contracted form where possible.

Hi, Tim. What are you doing (do)
this weekend?
I 1_________ (go) to Manchester with
my brother. We’ve got tickets for the
football match on Saturday. Why?
I 2___________ (have) a party for my
seventeenth birthday. It’s all organised.
A lot of my friends from school
3_________________ (come).
Cool! 4________ you and your group
________ (play) at the party?
No, we 5________. A DJ 6__________
(do) the music.
Sounds great. That’s exactly what I want
for my birthday. I 7 ___________ (ask)
my mum if I can have a party in a club.
8 __________ you __________ (spend)
all weekend in Manchester?
No. The match 9 ___________ (finish)
at about half past four, so we can come
back in time for the party. When
10 _________ it ___________ (start)?
At nine o’clock.
OK. See you there.
Great. Bye.
__ /10

Example:

Hannah/become/a teacher.

Hannah’s going to become a teacher.
1 Sophie and Mark/have/a party.
____________________________________
2 Nick and Anna/not buy/a flat in London.
____________________________________
3 George/study/Information Technology?
____________________________________
4 We/live/in Australia.
____________________________________
5 My sister/not play/tennis professionally.
____________________________________
6 I/not travel/round the world.
____________________________________
7 You/be/an actress?
____________________________________
8 I/play/the guitar in a rock group.
____________________________________

5

Underline the mistakes in the sentences and
then correct them.
Example:

When I’m leaving school, I’m going to get a
job. I leave
1 I’m learning to drive next year. ___________
2 Do you going to be a doctor? ___________
3 We booked our holiday yesterday and we
going to Florida in August. ___________
4 Vicky’s going to do her homework before to
go out. ___________
5 What are you do tonight? ___________
6 After the film finish, we’re going to have a
pizza. ___________
__ /6

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Group B

Part one
Grammar

1

5
6
7
8

Write sentences with the correct form of be
going to. Use the contracted form where
possible.
Example:

I’m seeing my friends next/the next week.
What are you doing on/in Sunday?
Are you leaving school at/in 2007?
They’re going out next/tomorrow evening.
__ /8

Hannah/become/a teacher.

Hannah’s going to become a teacher.
1 I/not be/an actress.
____________________________________
2 My sister/play/the guitar in a rock group.
____________________________________
3 Dave and Anna/live/in New Zealand?
____________________________________
4 You/play/tennis professionally?
____________________________________
5 George/not have/a party.
____________________________________
6 Sophie and Mark/not travel/round the world.
____________________________________
7 We/not study/Information Technology.
____________________________________
8 I/buy/a flat in London.
____________________________________

4

Tim
Joe
Tim

Joe
Tim
Joe

__ /8

2

Tim
Joe

Underline the mistakes in the sentences and
correct them.
Example:

Joe

When I’m leaving school, I’m going to get a
job. I leave

Tim

1 You’re going to clean your bedroom before
to go out for a pizza. ___________
2 After the exams are finishing, I’m going to go
on holiday. ___________
3 What’s he do next Saturday? ___________
4 Does Vicky going to be a engineer?
___________
5 They booked their tickets last week and they
go to the theatre tonight. ___________
6 We’re learning to ski next winter. ___________
__ /6

3

Underline the correct alternative.
Example:

I’m going to Greece in/on July.
1
2
3
4

Complete the dialogue with the correct form of
be going to, the Present continuous or the
Present simple. Use the contracted form where
possible. Sometimes more than one answer is
possible.

I’m playing tennis at/in the weekend.
He’s starting university on/in two months’ time.
What’s he doing this/in afternoon?
They’re going on holiday in/at Easter.

Joe

Hi, Joe. What are you doing (do)
this weekend?
I 1_________ (have) a party because my
parents are on holiday. It’s all organised.
I 2_________ (go) to London with my
cousin. We’ve got tickets for the rugby
match on Saturday.
3_________ you _________ (spend) all
day in London?
No.
What time 4_________ the rugby
_________ (finish)?
At about five o’clock. Why?
Can you come back in time for the party?
It 5_________ (start) at eight. Everyone
from school 6_________ (come).
OK. Cool! 7_________ your DJ friend
_________ (do) the music?
No, he 8_________. My group
9___________ (play).
Sounds great! I’d like a party for my
birthday. I 10_________ (ask) my
dad if I can have a party in a disco.
__ /10

Vocabulary

5

Match the verbs (1–9) to the words and
phrases (a–i).
Example:

1 get

a

2

four children

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i

__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__

to university
to Canada
someone rich
a house
an Olympic medal
engineering
a doctor
married

have
win
marry
study
become
move
go
buy

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Groups A and B

Part two

7

Grammar and functions

6

Think about your plans and ambitions for the
future. Then complete the dialogue. Write
complete sentences.

______________________
______________________
______________________

Imagine you are on holiday with your friends
for four days. You phone your dad on the first
day and tell him what you intend to do.
Complete your part of the conversation. Use be
going to.

Hi Dad, how are you? And Mum?
Well, we’re here and we’ve got lots of plans!
Tonight we 1

Interviewer Can I ask you a few questions
about your plans and ambitions
for the future?
OK.
You
Interviewer Are you learning English at the
moment?
Yes, I am.
You
Interviewer Are you going to continue
learning English?
1
You

Tomorrow we 2
On Saturday, we 3
and then in the evening we 4
On Sunday we 5
and on Monday morning before we leave, we
6

Interviewer How are you going to use
English in the future?
2
You

What do you think? Sounds good, doesn’t it?
__ /12

Interviewer OK. What are you going to do
this summer?
3
You

8

Complete the dialogue, following the
instructions.
Jamie
You

Interviewer And are you going to learn to
drive soon? Why/Why not?
4
You

Jamie
You
Jamie

Interviewer What are you going to do when
you leave school?
5
You

You
Jamie
You

Interviewer And where are you going to
live?
6
You

Jamie
You

Interviewer Last question – are you going to
get married when you’re older?
If yes, when?/If not, why not?
7
You

Jamie
You

Interviewer Great! Thank you for your
answers.

Jamie

Hi.
(greet him)
1 ______________________________
What are you doing this evening?
(video with your family)
2 ______________________________
Oh. What are you doing tomorrow
afternoon?
(football)
3 ______________________________
OK, then. What about tomorrow evening?
(free)
4 ______________________________
Would you like to go out for a pizza
with Simon and me?
(good idea)
5 ______________________________
(not go home too late because school the
following day)
6 ______________________________
Fine. How about meeting at 7.30 p.m.
at your house?
(agree)
7 ______________________________
OK. See you then.
__ /14

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Group A

Part one
Vocabulary

1

4 He isn’t insecure. I think he’s quite
______________.
5 They aren’t selfish. They’re very __________.

Write the points of the compass.
Example:

N–

north

1 E–
2 SW –

_________
_________

__ /5
3 W – _________
4 NE – _________
__ /4

2

Grammar

5

Example:

I don’t make friends because I’m too/enough
shy.

Complete the words to describe the weather.
Example:

Take your umbrella. It’s raining

1 He isn’t too decisive/decisive enough to be a
manager.
2 My sister is not enough/quite talkative.
3 My best friend’s a bit/really cheerful.
4 Paula isn’t negative, but she can be
pretty/not very moody.
5 She isn’t boring. I think she’s very/too
interesting.
6 I’m quite chatty, but my brother is enough/
a little bit quiet.
7 My teacher is fairly/not very easy-going.
I really like her.
8 Simon is enough/a bit moody.

.

1 It’s very s_________. I need some sunglasses.
2 It’s f_________. I’m going to put on my hat
and scarf.
3 We couldn’t see the car in front of us because
of the f_________.
4 The sky is very grey and c_________.
5 It was difficult to open my umbrella because it
was so w_________.
6 It s_________ during the night and this
morning the garden was white.
__ /6

3

Underline the correct alternative.

__ /8

Match the words to the definitions.
a fan
b team

c referee
d send off

6

e pitch
f score

Read the sentences. Decide if each one is
about intentions (I) or predictions (P).
Example:

I

Example:

1

d

to tell a player to leave the match

2
3
4
5
6

__
__
__
__
__

a person who loves football
the place where people play football
a group of players
to get a goal in football
the person who controls a match
__ /5

4

Complete the sentences with the opposite of the
adjective given. Sometimes more than one
answer is possible.
Example:

You aren’t boring. I think you’re

interesting .

1 I’m not shy. I think I’m quite _____________.
2 My sister is never impulsive. She’s always
_____________.
3 I hate negative people. I much prefer
_____________ people.

I’m going to join a gym and do more
exercise.

1 ___ It’s midnight and you’re still not asleep!
You’re going to be very tired in the
morning.
2 ___ Alex hasn’t done his project!
The teacher’s going to be really angry.
3 ___ They’re going to get married sometime
next spring.
4 ___ ‘Congratulations, Mrs Savin. You’re going
to have a baby boy.’
5 ___ I really hate my job. I’m going to look for
a new one.
6 ___ Sally says she’s going to tell Nick that
she doesn’t want to go out with him
anymore.
7 ___ Banks say that house prices are going to
go up by 3% this month.
8 ___ We’re going to go somewhere hot on
holiday this summer.
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Group B

______________________
______________________
______________________

Part one
Grammar

Vocabulary

1

Complete the sentences with the opposite of
the adjective given. Sometimes more than one
answer is possible.

5

Example:

I

Example:

You aren’t boring. I think you’re

interesting .

__ /5
Match the words to the definitions.
1 pitch
2 score

3 team
4 send off

5 fan
6 referee

Example:

a

4

to tell a player to leave the match

b
c
d
e
f

__
__
__
__
__

to put the ball in the goal
a group of players
the person who controls a match
someone who loves football
the place where people play football

__ /8

6
__ /5

3

Complete the words to describe the weather.
Example:

Take your umbrella. It’s raining

.

1 The f_________ was very bad, so they closed
the airport.
2 The road was white this morning because it
s_________ last night.
3 Why are you wearing your sunglasses? The
sky is very c_________ and grey!
4 It was so w_________ that I fell off my bike.
5 Put on your coat and gloves. It’s f_________
outside.
6 It’s a lovely s_______ day. Let’s go to the beach.
__ /6

4

I’m going to join a gym and do more
exercise.

1 ___ Mr Banks says he’s going to go to Florida
on holiday next spring.
2 ___ We’re going to buy a house sometime
next year.
3 ___ The newspaper says that there is going to
be a problem with the economy.
4 ___ I’m going to tell Alex that I don’t want to
be his girlfriend anymore.
5 ___ Sally’s still not in bed and it’s two o’clock
in the morning. She’s going to be very
late for school tomorrow.
6 ___ You’re going to get a good mark for your
project. It’s brilliant.
7 ___ I don’t like these trousers. I’m going to
buy a new pair of jeans.
8 ___ You haven’t done your homework again!
Mrs Woods is going to be really angry
with you.

1 You’re very negative. Why aren’t you more
____________?
2 They aren’t insecure. They’re quite __________.
3 I don’t like selfish people. I much prefer
____________ people.
4 My sister isn’t shy. She’s very ____________.
5 I’m not impulsive. I think I’m ____________.

2

Read the sentences. Decide if each one is
about intentions (I) or predictions (P).

Underline the correct alternative.
Example:

I don’t make friends easily because I’m
too/enough shy.
1 Our parents are not very/fairly easy-going.
They’re great!
2 He’s quite talkative, but his sister is a little
bit/enough quiet.
3 Paula is quite/not enough chatty.
4 My teacher is too/very interesting. I really
like him.
5 Simon is really/a bit relaxed.
6 I’m not cheerful enough/enough cheerful.
7 My brother isn’t insecure, but he can be not
very/pretty shy.
8 She isn’t very nice. I think she’s quite/enough
insensitive.
__ /8

Write the points of the compass.
Example:

N–

north

1 NW – _________
2 S–
_________

3 SE – _________
4 W – _________
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Groups A and B

Part two
Grammar and functions

7

What’s going to happen? Write sentences about
the people in the picture. Use be going to.

1
5

7

2
4
6
3
Example:

1 The boy
2
3
4
5
6
7

The
The
The
The
The
The

’s going to play football

children
boy
men
girl
woman
car

.
.
.
.
.
.
__ /12

8

Answer the questions with complete sentences.
1 What’s the weather like today?
____________________________________.
2 What was the weather like yesterday?
____________________________________.
3 What was the weather like last week?
____________________________________.
4 What’s the weather going to be like tomorrow?
____________________________________.
__ /8

9

Answer the questions with complete sentences.
1 What does your mother like?
____________________________________
____________________________________
2 What do your parents like doing?
____________________________________
____________________________________
3 What’s your best friend like?
____________________________________
____________________________________
4 What are you like?
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____________________________________
____________________________________

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10

Translate the sentences.
1 Look! Victoria’s going to win!
____________________________________
2 Is it very cold in the north of Scotland in the
winter?
____________________________________
3 The taxi isn’t here. We’re going to be late.
____________________________________
4 The sky's blue. It’s going to be sunny.
____________________________________
5 A What are your parents like?
B They’re very sensible!
____________________________________
____________________________________
6 What do you like doing on Saturday evenings?
____________________________________
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Group A

______________________
______________________
______________________

Part one
Vocabulary

1

2 I/never forget/my homework/but/I/fail/
an exam
____________________________________
3 She/read/The Lord of the Rings/but/she/
not see/it at the cinema
____________________________________
4 They/never act/in a film/but/they/be/in a
pop group
____________________________________

Complete the crossword with the past
participle of the verbs.
Down
1 hear
3 meet
4 go

Across
2 eat
5 forget
8 listen

5 fall
6 try
7 see
1

2

5

H
E
A
R
D

3

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4

4
6

Example:

you/ever/visit Bath? Yes

Have you ever visited Bath? Yes, I have.

7
8

1 they/see/a good film/recently? No
____________________________________?
____________________________________
2 he/ever/forget/his homework? Yes
____________________________________?
____________________________________
3 Emma/play tennis/recently? Yes
____________________________________?
____________________________________
4 your parents/ever/meet/your teacher? No
____________________________________?
____________________________________
5 you/ever/act/in a film? Yes
____________________________________?
____________________________________
6 she/be/a good student/recently? No
____________________________________?
____________________________________

__ /8

2

Complete the sentences with the missing words.
Example:

I got good marks in my English

exam

.

1 Andrew acted in the school __________ last
term. He was a doctor.
2 Did you go on the school __________ to the
Lake District?
3 My sister plays in the school basketball
__________.
4 I really enjoy school, so I never play
__________.
5 Ben went to bed very late last night, so today
he fell __________ in class.
6 My teacher was angry because I arrived
__________ at school.
__ /6

Grammar

3

Use the words to write complete sentences.
Use the contracted form where possible.
Example:

I/have/Chinese food/but/I/never eat/
Indian food

I’ve had Chinese food, but I’ve never
eaten Indian food.
1 We/visit/London/but/we/never see/
the London Eye
____________________________________

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Write questions and short answers.

__ /12

5

Complete the sentences with been or gone.
Example:

Susie isn’t here. She’s

gone

to school.

1 A Have you ever ________ to Australia?
B Yes, I went there last year.
2 We’ve ________ to Bali twice on holiday.
3 A Where’s Dad?
B He’s ________ to the newsagent’s.
4 A Has David ________ out?
B Yes, he left about an hour ago.
5 Bill’s ________ to London for the weekend.
He’s coming back on Monday.
6 I’ve never ________ on a plane.
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______________________

Group B

Part one

3 he/ever/act/on TV? No
____________________________________?
____________________________________
4 your teacher/see/a good film/recently? Yes
____________________________________?
____________________________________
5 your parents/play tennis/recently? Yes
____________________________________?
____________________________________
6 you/ever/forget/your homework? Yes
____________________________________?
____________________________________

Vocabulary

1

Complete the sentences with the missing words.
Example:

exam

I got good marks in my English

.

1 I didn’t go to bed early, so today I fell
__________ in the test.
2 Is Ben the captain of the football
__________?
3 I arrived __________ at the cinema because
there was a lot of traffic.
4 I’m going on a __________ to Glasgow with
my class next week.
5 My sister is terrible! She always plays
__________ from school. Our parents are
very angry.
6 You were the star of the school __________
at Christmas. You were fantastic!

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4

Example:

Susie isn’t here. She’s

Complete the crossword with the past
participle of the verbs.
1

F A L L E N

2

5

3

gone

to school.

1 She’s ________ to Florida for a fortnight.
She’s flying home next Tuesday.
2 A Has Dad ________ out?
B Yes, he went ten minutes ago.
3 Bill’s never ________ to London.
4 They’ve ________ to the USA on holiday
three times.
5 A Have you ever ________ to the Alps?
B No. Is it nice there?
6 A Where’s David?
B He’s ________ to school.

__ /6

2

Complete the sentences with been or gone.

__ /6

4

5

6

Use the words to write complete sentences.
Use the contracted form where possible.
Example:

7

I/have/Chinese food/but/I/never eat/
Indian food

8

Across
1 fall
2 meet
4 go

6 listen
7 hear
8 eat

I’ve had Chinese food, but I’ve never
eaten Indian food.

Down
1 forget
3 try
5 see
__ /8

Grammar

3

Write questions and short answers.
Example:

you/ever/visit Bath? Yes

Have you ever visited Bath? Yes, I have.
1 Emma/ever/meet/your grandparents? No
____________________________________?
____________________________________
2 you/be/a good student/recently? No
____________________________________?
____________________________________

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1 I/never read/the book/but/I/see/the film
____________________________________
2 They/see/New York on TV/but/they/never
visit/the USA
____________________________________
3 She/never be/in a film/but/she/act/on TV
____________________________________
4 He/forget/his homework/but/he/never fail/a
test
____________________________________
__ /4

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Date:

Groups A and B

______________________
______________________
______________________

Part two
Grammar and functions

6

Write complete questions in the Present
perfect or the Past simple. Then answer them
with complete sentences.

7

I’ve been to the USA.

✔ So have I.
1 I’ve never played truant.


2 I went shopping last weekend.

Interviewer what/books/you/read/recently?
1 _________________________
2 _________________________
You
________________________.


3 I’ve done a bungee jump.


4 I’ve had a lot of homework recently.



Interviewer what/be/best book/you/ever/
read?
3 _________________________
4 _________________________
You
________________________.

Interviewer you/ever/read/a book in English?
7 _________________________
8 _________________________
You
________________________.
Interviewer what/books/you/read/when/you
be/a child?
9 _________________________
10 _________________________
You
________________________.

✔ or disagree ✘ with these statements.

Example:

Interviewer Can I ask you some questions
about your reading habits?
Yes, of course.
You
___________________________

Interviewer when/you/read/it?
5 _________________________
6 _________________________
You
________________________.

Agree

5 I didn’t watch TV last night.


6 I went swimming yesterday.


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8

Write a paragraph about your experiences.
Write one sentence for each verb from the
box, and use and and but. (25–35 words)
meet

be
see

play
do

eat
act

My experiences

Interviewer why/you/like/them?
11 _________________________
12 _________________________
You
________________________.
Interviewer Thank you for answering my
questions.
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______________________
______________________

Group A

Part one

4 (you/phone/Diane) yet?
____________________________________
5 (my friends/arrive) already
___________________________________
6 (you/not do/the washing-up) yet
____________________________________
7 (I/do/my homework) already
___________________________________

Vocabulary

1

Write the names of the objects.

1
2

3

4

__ /14

4

6

5

7

Look at the list of preparations for the fancy
dress party. Write questions with yet and
complete the short answers.

Sue
Adam

10

8

9

Jo and Amy

invite friends ✓
buy the drinks
choose the music ✓
organise the food
make the costumes ✓
move the chairs

Example:

1 armchair
2 ___________
3 ___________
4 ___________
5 ___________

6
7
8
9
10

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

Example:

Has Sue invited any friends yet?
Yes, she has .
1 ___________________________________?
No,
.
2 ___________________________________?
Yes,
.
3 ___________________________________?
No,
.
4 ___________________________________?
Yes,
.
5 ___________________________________?
No,
.

__ /9

2

Match the verbs (1–9) to the words and
phrases (a–i).
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

e
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__

do
invite
move
make
tidy
choose
clean
clear up
repair

a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i

the broken glasses
the stain off the rug
the living-room
some sandwiches
the washing-up
the neighbours
the furniture
the broken CD player
some CDs
__ /8

Grammar

3

Write complete statements and questions. Use
the Present perfect and already, just or yet in
the correct position in the sentence.
Example:

(Mum/make/lunch) yet

Has Mum made lunch yet?
1 (he/not tidy/the house) yet
____________________________________
2 (Dad/paint/the door) just
____________________________________
3 (I/read/the newspaper) already
____________________________________

__ /10

5

Complete the sentences with the correct form
of will and a verb from the box.
go

start

visit

have

buy

cook

Example:

A What would you like to drink?
B I ’ll have an orange juice, please.
1 A Those jeans really suit you.
B Really? OK, I ____________ them.
2 A It’s Mum and Dad’s anniversary tomorrow.
B Oh, no! I forgot! I ____________ them a
nice meal.
3 A We haven’t got any food for the party.
B I ____________ to the supermarket.
4 A Have you done your homework yet?
B No, but I ____________ it in a minute.
5 A Wendy’s in hospital.
B Oh, dear. I ____________ her tomorrow.
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Name:
Class:
Date:

Group B

Part one

4 A
B
5 A
B

Vocabulary

1

Match the verbs (1–9) to the words and
phrases (a–i).
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

do
choose
clear up
invite
repair
make
tidy
move
clean

4

a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i

__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__

4

(Mum/make/lunch) yet

Has Mum made lunch yet?
1 (Andy/tidy/his room) already
____________________________________
2 (we/not do/our homework) yet
____________________________________
3 (Dad/read/all my e-mails) just
____________________________________
4 (the train/not arrive) yet
____________________________________
5 (I/do/the washing-up) already
____________________________________
6 (Diane/paint/the living-room) yet?
____________________________________
7 (my friends/break/the CD player) just
____________________________________

Example:

f
g
h
i
j

Write complete statements and questions. Use
the Present perfect and already, just or yet in
the correct position in the sentence.
Example:

Write the names of the objects.
a armchair
b ___________
c ___________
d ___________
e ___________

John’s leaving for the USA tomorrow.
Oh, I ____________ him this evening.
It’s Wendy’s birthday on Wednesday.
Really? OK. I ____________ her a cake.
__ /5

the neighbours
the stain off the rug
some sandwiches
the furniture
the washing-up
the broken glasses
the broken CD player
the living-room
some CDs
__ /8

2

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
__ /9

a
d
b

__ /14

c

5
e

g

f

Look at the list of preparations for the fancy
dress party. Write questions with yet and
complete the short answers.

Jo and Amy
Sue

h
i

Adam

j

Complete the sentences with the correct form
of will and a verb from the box.
have

make

go

visit

buy

do

Example:

A What would you like to drink?
B I ’ll have an orange juice, please.
1 A
B
2 A
B
3 A
B

24

do the shopping ✔
choose the dance music
hire the costumes
move the rug ✔
invite the guests ✔
put the drinks in the fridge

Example:

Grammar

3

______________________
______________________
______________________

Have you cleaned your bedroom yet?
No, sorry, but I ____________ it today.
There isn’t any bread for dinner.
I ____________ to the shops and get some.
That jacket suits you. It’s lovely.
Do you think so? OK, I ____________ it.

Horizons · Tests

Have Jo and Amy done the shopping yet?
Yes, they have .
1 ___________________________________?
No,
.
2 ___________________________________?
No,
.
3 ___________________________________?
Yes,
.
4 ___________________________________?
Yes,
.
5 ___________________________________?
No,
.
__ /10

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______________________
______________________

Groups A and B

Part two
Grammar and functions

6

Write sentences which are true for you. Use
the Present perfect and already, just or yet.
Today
1 have lunch
____________________________________
2 finish this exercise
____________________________________
This week
3 see my friends
____________________________________
4 do homework
____________________________________
This month
5 tidy my room
____________________________________
6 do an exam
____________________________________

3 There’s someone at the door.
I _______________________
________________________.

4

The kitchen is very untidy.
_____________ we _________
_________________________?

5

My favourite T-shirt is dirty.
_____________ I __________
_________________________?

6

I’ve just spilt a drink.
I _______________________
________________________.

This year
7 have my birthday
____________________________________
8 go on holiday
____________________________________
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7

Offer help in the following situations. Use will
or shall.

I haven’t got enough money
to go on holiday.
I‘ll

lend you some money.

I’m very hungry.
I _______________________
________________________.

2

8

Translate the dialogues and the sentence.
1 A Shall I help you with your homework?
B Yes, thanks. That would be great.
A __________________________________
B __________________________________

Example:

1

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It’s very cold in here.

2 A Have you done the shopping yet?
B No. I haven’t been to the supermarket yet.
A __________________________________
B __________________________________
3 A Shall we make dinner?
B No, don’t worry. I’ll do it.
A __________________________________
B __________________________________
4 My friends have already finished their exams.
____________________________________
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_____________ I _________
________________________?

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