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Name:
Class:
Date:

Group A
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Part one
Vocabulary

1

Complete the sentences with a word or phrase
from the box.

aerosols

We

4

paper at school.

Rewrite the sentences using the correct form
of the modal verb in brackets.
Example:

Perhaps I’ll go to university next year. (may)

I may go to university next year.
1 Perhaps they won’t come tonight. (might)
____________________________________
2 Maybe David will study medicine. (might)
____________________________________
3 Perhaps we’ll go to London in July. (may)
____________________________________
4 Maybe you’ll win the competition. (might)
____________________________________
5 Maybe Helen won’t become an engineer. (may)
____________________________________


6 Perhaps I won’t buy some new jeans. (might)
____________________________________

Grammar

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Write questions for these answers.

5

Example:

Yes, I’ll be sixteen in October.
1 No, he won’t go to university after he leaves
school.
____________________________________?
2 There will be a full moon on Thursday night.
____________________________________?
3 No, I don’t think the next US President will
be a woman.
____________________________________?
4 Yes, I think people will live longer in the future.
____________________________________?
5 I’m sure Michael Owen will play in the next
football World Cup.
____________________________________?
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Underline the correct alternative.
Example:

Will you be sixteen in October?

2

will recycle

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2

turn off
spoil

1 We ___________ to school to limit pollution.
2 We ___________ our school by dropping
rubbish.
3 We ___________ lights in empty classrooms.
4 We ___________ less water.
5 We ___________ aerosols which contain CFCs.

pollute the atmosphere.

1 A lot of young people care about the
____________.
2 The polar ice caps will ____________
because of global warming.
3 A group of ____________ took action against
the building of a new road.
4 It’s important to ____________ materials like
paper and aluminium.
5 Toxic chemicals can ____________ the sea.
6 The number of cars on the road is causing
_________________ in many big cities.
7 The _______________ will get bigger and so
sunbathing will become more dangerous.
8 Don’t ____________ the countryside by
leaving rubbish.
9 Destroying the rainforests will put a lot of
____________ species in danger.
10 We need to use more ____________ from
solar panels.

use
buy

Example:

Example:

The CFCs in

Imagine you and your classmates are trying to
be greener. Complete the list of promises with
will or won’t and a verb from the box.
recycle
drive

energy
recycle
rare
melt
air pollution protesters
hole in the ozone layer

aerosols
pollute
environment
spoil

______________________
______________________
______________________

We may/will go on holiday to the USA, but
we aren’t sure.
1 It definitely might not/won’t be easy to stop
global warming.
2 I don’t think I will/may get married.
3 We promise we might not/won’t be late.
4 I haven’t decided about my career, but I
will/may become a teacher.
5 I’m not sure what to do at the weekend. I
might/will visit my sister.
6 She hopes she will/might pass the exam.
7 Julia may/will be at the party – she hasn’t
replied to the invitation yet.
8 Dad might/will be home late – it depends on
his train.
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Group B

Part one
Grammar

1

Imagine you are trying to be greener.
Complete the list of promises with will or
won’t and a verb from the box.

4

Rewrite the sentences using the correct form
of the modal verb in brackets.
Example:

Perhaps I’ll go to university next year. (may)
recycle

use

turn off

walk

travel

spoil

I may go to university next year.

Example:

I

will recycle

1 I
2 I
3 I
rubbish.
4 I
5 I

1 Maybe they’ll see him tonight. (might)
____________________________________
2 Perhaps David won’t study engineering. (may)
____________________________________
3 Maybe we won’t go to London in July. (might)
____________________________________
4 Perhaps you won’t win the holiday. (might)
____________________________________
5 Perhaps Helen will become a doctor. (may)
____________________________________
6 Maybe I’ll buy a new coat. (might)
____________________________________

paper at school.
by car if I can use a bus.
my computer when I go out.
the countryside by dropping
to school to limit pollution.
so much water.
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2

Write questions for these answers.
Example:

Yes, I’ll be sixteen in October.

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Will you be sixteen in October?
1 No, I don’t think we’ll go to the concert.
____________________________________?
2 I’m sure the next England football captain will
be Michael Owen.
____________________________________?
3 No, I think cities will become bigger in the
future.
____________________________________?
4 Yes, she will probably get a job when she
leaves school.
____________________________________?
5 There will be a solar eclipse next year.
____________________________________?
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3

Underline the correct alternative.
Example:

We may/will go on holiday to the USA, but
we aren’t sure.
1 My teacher may/will be at our party – she
replied to the invitation yesterday.
2 We aren’t sure what to do on Saturday. We
will/might go to Brighton.
3 She hopes she will/might get married.
4 I don’t think I will/may pass the exam.
5 Dad says he might/won’t be late – it depends
on his train.
6 I promise I might/will tell you.
7 There definitely might not/won’t be any more
oil in the future.
8 Julia hasn’t decided what to do at university,
but she will/may study Physics.

Vocabulary

5

Complete the sentences with a word or phrase
from the box.
pollute
aerosols
air pollution
recycle
protesters
environment
hole in the ozone layer

energy
rare
melt
spoil

Example:

The CFCs in
atmosphere.

aerosols

can pollute the

1 Big cosmetics factories
the river
near my town.
2 Wind generators can provide alternative
.
3 Many
species may disappear in
the future.
4 It isn’t a good idea to sunbathe because of the
.
5 The new law will protect natural resources
and the
.
6 A lot of
came to the
meeting about the new motorway.
7 Global warming will
the polar
ice caps.
8
is a problem in many big
cities because of the traffic.
9 We need to
our newspapers.
10 It’s important not to
our town
with rubbish.
__ /10

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Groups A and B

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Part two
Grammar and functions

6

Answer the questionnaire about the future.
Write complete sentences.

1

7

Write five sentences about what you may/might
do in the next year. Use the topics in the box.
holidays
shopping

How old will you be in fifteen years?
__________________________________
__________________________________

studies
sports or hobbies
the way you look

__________________________________
__________________________________

1 ____________________________________
____________________________________
2 ____________________________________
____________________________________
3 ____________________________________
____________________________________
4 ____________________________________
____________________________________
5 ____________________________________
____________________________________

4 Do you think you’ll get married? When?

__ /10

2 What job might you do?
__________________________________
__________________________________

3 Do you think you’ll be rich?

__________________________________
__________________________________

5 Where do you think you’ll live?
__________________________________
__________________________________

6 How do you think your town will be
different?
__________________________________
__________________________________

7 How do you think your life will be
different?
__________________________________
__________________________________

8 Do you believe life in general will be
better in the future? Why?/Why not?
__________________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________

8

Translate the predictions and future facts.
1 I’ll be seventeen years old on my next
birthday.
____________________________________
____________________________________
2 We’ll recycle more rubbish in the future.
____________________________________
____________________________________
3 The world’s population will increase.
____________________________________
____________________________________
4 My birthday will be on (a) Wednesday next
year.
____________________________________
____________________________________
5 I think life will be better in the future.
____________________________________
____________________________________
6 I don’t think I’ll go to university.
____________________________________
____________________________________
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Unit 2 Test

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Group A
3

Part one
Match the verbs (1–12) to the words and
phrases (a–m).

Katie is talking to her grandmother, Norah,
about differences in their lives. Complete the
dialogue with the correct form of have to in
the past, present or future. Use contracted
forms where possible.

Example:

Katie

Vocabulary

1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

get
wear
carry
drink
buy
pass
use
a
b
c
d
e
f
g

h
__ , __
__
__
__
__
__

8
9
10
11
12

a crash helmet
alcohol
military service
identification
your dog on a lead
a mobile phone
on the grass

drive
walk
renew
do
keep

Norah

__
__
__
__
__

Katie
Norah

h married
i your driving test
j on the left
k a lottery ticket
l a seat belt
m your passport

Katie
Norah
Katie

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Norah

Grammar

2

Katie

Complete the sentences with the correct form
of must and a verb from the box.
Norah
spend
forget

see
skateboard

be
tidy

visit
Katie

Example:

You mustn’t spend all your time on the
phone. It’s very expensive.
1 The Matrix films are brilliant.
You ___________________ them!
2 You hardly ever see your grandparents.
You ___________________ them soon.
3 The exam starts at 9.30 a.m.
You ___________________ late.
4 You ___________________ in the road.
It’s dangerous.
5 The house is a mess. We
___________________ the living-room.
6 It’s Anna’s birthday tomorrow. We
___________________ to buy her a present.
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Have you and Grandad always lived in
this house, Grandma?
No, we had to save money first.
We 1 ________ live with his parents for
six years after we got married.
You’re joking! 2 ________ you ________
help his parents with the housework?
Yes, I 3 ________. I 4 ________ wash
all our clothes by hand, because we
didn’t have a washing machine.
Really? I’m so happy that I 5 _________
do things like that when I get married!
And can you believe that nobody in our
street had a car?
Really? Everyone can drive now.
So 6 ________ you ________ go
everywhere by bus?
Yes, but I 7 ____________ go very far.
There were a lot more local shops then.
I want to learn to drive after my
birthday, but I 8 _________ ask Mum
and Dad for some money!
You 9 _________ be careful on the
roads because there are so many cars
nowadays.
That’s true. And I 10 _________ get a
part-time job when I start driving –
petrol’s so expensive.
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4

Rewrite the sentences using the correct form
of must or have to.
Example:

Don’t run in the corridor.

You mustn’t run in the corridor.
1 It isn’t necessary for him to book in advance.
He
.
2 We can’t smoke in class.
We
.
3 Please be home by 10.30 p.m.
You
.
4 Don’t spend all day on the Net.
You
.
5 I’ve already made the lunch, so you don’t
need to do it.
You
.
6 It’s necessary for her to take a driving test.
She
.
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Group B

5 I
my cousin in Wales. I haven’t
seen her for two years.
6 You
home alone at night. It’s
dangerous.
__ /6

Part one
Grammar

1

Jon is talking to his grandfather, Eric, about
differences in their lives. Complete the
dialogue with the correct form of have to in
the past, present or future. Use contracted
forms where possible.
Eric Jon, you have to tell me what you want
for your seventeenth birthday!
Jon Yes! Maybe some CDs. I want to learn to
drive, but I 1 _____________ ask Mum and
Dad to pay for the lessons!
Eric When you pass your test, you
2 _________________ be careful. There’s
so much traffic nowadays.
Jon Yes, you’re right. And I 3 ____________ get
a Saturday job to pay for the petrol.
Eric Do you know, nobody in our street had a
car when I got married.
Jon That’s incredible. So 4 ________ you
________ travel by public transport?
Eric No, we 5 _________________ go very far.
I walked to work. Your grandma 6 _______
go to the shops every day, so she didn’t
have too much to carry home each time.
Jon And what about when you went on
holiday? 7 ________ you ________ take
the train?
Eric Yes, we 8 ________. We 9 ________ go to
Blackpool every year, because it was the
only place by the sea we could get to.
Jon You’re joking! I’m so happy that I
10 ________ take my kids there every year!
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2

Complete the sentences with the correct form
of must and a verb from the box.
spend
visit

come
tidy

forget
buy

be

Example:

You mustn’t spend all your time on the
phone. It’s very expensive.
1 Anna’s birthday party starts at 8.00 p.m. We
late.
2 The Maths exam is tomorrow. You
to take a calculator.
3 My grandparents are coming later. We
the house.
4 The new Sugababes CD is great. I
it!

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______________________
______________________

3

Rewrite the sentences using the correct form of
must or have to.
Example:

Don’t run in the corridor.
_____________________________________
You
mustn’t run in the corridor.
1 Don’t play your music so loud.
You
2 It isn’t necessary for her to drive there.
She
3 It’s necessary for him to make the lunch.
He
4 Please study Unit 18 for the test.
We
5 They’ve already booked the hotel, so I don’t
need to do it.
I
6 We can’t arrive later than 10.30 p.m.
We

.
.
.
.

.
.

__ /6

Vocabulary

4

Match the verbs (a–l) to the words and
phrases (1–13).
Example:

a get
b
c
d
e
f
g

4

keep
do
walk
drive
carry
wear
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

h
i
j
k
l

buy
pass
drink
renew
use

,

your driving test
your passport
a mobile phone
married
a crash helmet
a lottery ticket
on the left

8
9
10
11
12
13

your dog on a lead
military service
a seat belt
alcohol
identification
on the grass

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Unit 2 Test

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Groups A and B

Part two
Grammar and functions

5

A magazine is doing a survey about rules and
laws in other countries. Answer the questions.
Write complete sentences.

6

Interviewer Can I ask you some questions
about rules in your country?
Of course.
You
Interviewer At what age do children have to
start school?
1
You

Write a paragraph of ten sentences about rules
at home. Say what you have to do, what you
mustn’t do and what you don’t have to do.

Rules at home

Interviewer How much homework did you
have to do when you were at
primary school?
2
You

Interviewer And what subjects did you have
to study?
3
You

Interviewer When did you have to start
learning English?
4
You

Interviewer What exams do people have to
pass to go to university?
5
You

Interviewer What will you have to do before
you can drive alone?
6
You

Interviewer What age do you have to be to
get married?
7
You

Interviewer At what age will your parents
have to stop working?
8
You

__ /20

7

Translate the sentences.
1 Do you have to go to school on Saturdays?
No, I don’t.
____________________________________
____________________________________
2 You mustn’t come home after midnight.
____________________________________
____________________________________
3 John has to go to work today – it’s Monday.
____________________________________
____________________________________
4 We don’t have to do military service in the U.K.
____________________________________
____________________________________
5 Julia will have to take her passport when she
goes to London.
____________________________________
____________________________________
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2 Kelly _____________ (not wait) for us unless
we _____________ (phone) her to say we’re
late.
3 As soon as Adam _____________ (get) his
exam results, he _____________ (tell) us.
4 We _____________ (go) for a walk when it
_____________ (stop) raining.
5 I _____________ (find) a job as soon as my
course _____________ (finish).
6 Joe _____________ (come) to the party if he
___________ (not go) away for the weekend.
7 When you _____________ (take) an aspirin,
you _____________ (feel) better.
8 Unless we _____________ (find) a cheap
flight, we ____________ (not go) on holiday.

Part one
Vocabulary

1

Write the names of the parts of the computer.

1
2
3

5

4

6
8

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9

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7
1
2
3
4
5

2

______________
______________
______________
______________
______________

6
7
8
9

modem
______________
______________
______________
______________

4

Example:

I won’t come to your party unless/if you
invite my best friend.
1 I’ll meet you at the station if/when the train
arrives.
2 This is an urgent message. Please give it to
Mr Walker as soon as/unless he comes in.
3 Sally’s our best player. We’ll lose if/unless she
plays too.
4 You’re very tired. Go to bed as soon as/unless
we get home.
5 If/Unless I see Karen, I’ll give her your phone
number.

__ /8

Complete the sentences with a verb from the
box.
search
download

log on
click on

key in
save

Example:

My computer can
spelling mistakes.

search

Underline the correct alternative.

documents for

__ /5
1 I can’t ___________ to my computer because
I’ve forgotten my password.
2 ___________ this icon and the program will
open.
3 When I need information for my homework,
I ___________ it from the Net.
4 Don’t forget to ___________ your document
before you turn the computer off.
5 If you ___________ the word incorrectly,
the computer won’t accept the answer.
__ /5

Grammar

3

Complete the sentences with the correct form
of the verbs in brackets. Use contracted forms
where possible.
Example:

If you send (send) me your address,
I’ll e-mail (e-mail) you.
1 If you ______________ (not go) to bed now,
you ______________ (be) tired tomorrow.

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Complete the sentences with the correct
relative pronoun: who, which or whose. Write
the pronoun in brackets if you can omit it.
Example:

There’s the girl
well.

who

can play the guitar very

1 Here’s the video _______ I watched
yesterday.
2 There’s the boy _______ website is really
brilliant.
3 Annie’s the girl _______ you met at the party.
4 Here’s the letter _______ arrived this
morning.
5 Where are the trainers _______ I’ve just
bought?
6 Nick’s the boy _______ parents are actors.
7 She’s a person _______ likes using the Net.
8 What’s the name of the book _______ you’ve
just read?
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Group B
2 Here’s the book
I’ve just finished.
3 She’s a teacher
students work
really hard.
4 What’s the name of the video
you watched last night?
5 Nick’s the boy
you met at the
disco.
6 Monica bought a dress
cost £120!
7 Here’s the cake
I made earlier.
8 There’s the boy
arrived this
morning.

Part one
Grammar

1

Underline the correct alternative.
Example:

I won’t come to your party unless/if you
invite my best friend.
1 We’ll lose unless/if Karen plays too. She’s our
best player.
2 I’ll give Mr Walker your e-mail address
unless/if I see him.
3 I need to eat something unless/as soon as we
get home. I’m really hungry.
4 Call me when/if your plane lands and I’ll
meet you at the airport.
5 Please tell Sally unless/as soon as she arrives
– it’s urgent.

__ /8

Vocabulary

4

Complete the sentences with a verb from the
box.

__ /5

2

save
log on

search
key in

click on
download

Example:

Complete the sentences with the correct form
of the verbs in brackets. Use contracted forms
where possible.

My computer can
spelling mistakes.

If you send (send) me your address,
I’ll e-mail (e-mail) you.

5 When we
we
6 Joe
we’re late.
7 As soon as I
8 You
you

(walk) into town unless
(be) too tired.
(get) her results as
(finish) her course.
(go) on
(come) to the party.
(not pass) his exam if he
(not study) more.
(have) a free weekend,
(go) to the mountains.
(wait) for us if we
(not phone) him to say
(find) a job, I
(tell) you.
(not feel) better if
(not take) a day off.

documents for

1 Do you know how to
music
from the Internet?
2 I didn’t
my work and now I’ve
deleted it by mistake.
3 Please
my answers for me. I’m
really bad at using a keyboard.
4 Can you
to your computer and
print that document for me?
5 If you
the folder, it will open.

Example:

1 We
you
2 Kelly
soon as she
3 Unless Adam
holiday, he
4 He

search

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5

Write the names of the parts of the computer.
1

6

modem

2
3
4
5

7
8
9

6
1

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4

3

Complete the sentences with the correct
relative pronoun: who, which or whose. Write
the pronoun in brackets if you can omit it.

2

5

3

Example:

There’s the girl
well.
1 Annie’s the girl
doctors.

who

8

can play the guitar very

7

9

parents are

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8

Part two
Grammar and functions

6

Write an answer for each question using for.
Example:

What’s a dictionary for?

It’s for checking new words.
1 What’s a chair for?
____________________________________
2 What’s a wind generator for?
____________________________________
3 What’s an MP3 player for?
____________________________________
4 What’s a camera for?
____________________________________
5 What’s a fridge for?
____________________________________
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7

Complete each sentence.
1 As soon as I get up tomorrow,
____________________________________.
2 If I don’t tidy my room this week,
____________________________________.
3 Unless it rains tomorrow,
____________________________________.
4 When I leave school,
____________________________________.
5 If I have a party for my birthday,
____________________________________.

______________________
______________________
______________________

Translate the paragraph about Alanis
Morissette.
1

Alanis Morissette
is the singer whose
CD Jagged Little
Pill sold 28 million
copies. 2 She was
born in 1974 in
Ottawa, Canada.
3 When she was
ten, she made her
first record and when she was a teenager
she became famous in Canada. 4 After she
finished studying, Alanis moved to Los
Angeles, where she met Glen Ballard. 5 He
was the record producer who encouraged
her to write music and sing. 6 Maverick,
the record company started by Madonna,
offered Alanis a recording contract. 7 In
1995, she made Jagged Little Pill. 8 This
was the CD that brought her success.

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6 When I get my first car,
____________________________________.
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Group A
3 A
B
4 A
B
5 A
B
6 A
B

Part one
Vocabulary

1

Complete the sentences with the correct words.
Example:

We don’t have a quiet lifestyle. We’re always
very busy .
1 In our town we have an excellent __________
where we can do lots of different sports.
2 My grandparents live in a ___________
– it’s a house, but it doesn’t have an upstairs.
3 Is the area where you live flat or __________?
4 We live in the ___________ of the city, but
my dad works in the centre.
5 Is the climate ___________ here? No, it’s
very wet.
6 We stayed in a fantastic hotel – it had a
swimming pool and tennis ___________.

7 A
B
8 A
B
9 A
B
10 A
B

I’d like to study History at university.
You
. It’s so boring.
Whose is this laptop computer?
I don’t know. It
.
Look at Carolyn’s CD collection!
She
in the music shop.
Can I have a sandwich?
You
. We’ve
just had lunch.
Jane has two brothers and three sisters.
They
.
Can I borrow five pounds?
You
.
I gave you some this morning.
What’s the capital of Peru?
I haven’t got a clue. Ask Chris. He
.
I’ve been in the car for six hours!
You
.
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2

Complete the sentences with in, on or by.
Sometimes more than one answer is possible.
Example:

Have you ever lived

on

__ /6

Grammar
Complete the dialogues with must, may/might/
could or can’t and a phrase from the box.
be American
want to do that
spend all her money
be hungry
belong to the teacher
know the answer

need any money
be her new boyfriend
earn a lot
feel exhausted
live in a big flat

Example:

A I think Carlos is from the USA.
B He can’t be American . He doesn’t speak
English.
1 A
B
2 A
B

Rewrite the sentences, using who, which or
whose and the information in brackets. Put
commas in the correct place.
Example:

an island?

1 They live _______ the border between France
and Italy.
2 My penfriend lives in Switzerland _______ a
beautiful valley, _______ a lake.
3 I’m going to live _______ the sea next year.
4 I’d rather live _______ a river than _______
the mountains.

3

4

My brother has just bought a new Porsche.
He
.
Who’s that boy with Anna?
I’m not sure. He
.

Her husband speaks fluent Italian. (he was
born in Venice)

Her husband, who was born in Venice,
speaks fluent Italian.
1 Tasmania is part of Australia. (it’s an island)
____________________________________
____________________________________
2 Angela has just won a competition. (her
teacher is a tennis champion)
____________________________________
____________________________________
3 Nicole Kidman was married to Tom Cruise.
(she is a successful actress)
____________________________________
____________________________________
4 My best friend is captain of the basketball
team. (he is much taller than me)
____________________________________
____________________________________
5 The Vatican City is in Rome. (it’s the world’s
smallest independent nation)
____________________________________
____________________________________
6 J. K. Rowling has planned seven Harry Potter
stories. (her books are popular all over the
world)
____________________________________
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2 Angela is much better at sports than me. (she
is in the volleyball team)
_____________________________________
_____________________________________
3 J. K. Rowling wrote the Harry Potter books.
(her first name is Joanne)
_____________________________________
_____________________________________
4 Ostrava is an industrial city. (it’s in the east of
the Czech Republic)
_____________________________________
_____________________________________
5 My best friend lives in Dundee. (his family
moved to Scotland last year)
_____________________________________
_____________________________________
6 Tom Cruise is a successful actor. (he was
married to Nicole Kidman)
_____________________________________
_____________________________________

Part one
Grammar

1

Complete the dialogues with must, may/might/
could or can’t and a phrase from the box.
be American
be tired
meet a lot of
famous people
know the answers
want to do that

belong to my dad’s boss
have a big house
be her brother
need it again
study really hard
be hungry

Example:

A I think Carlos is from the USA.
B He can’t be American . He doesn’t speak
English.
1 A I feel exhausted.
B You
.
You slept for nine hours last night!
2 A Anna’s got five children.
B She
.
3 A Dad, will you lend me your mobile?
B You
.
Why don’t you use your phone?
4 A I can’t do my History homework.
B Ask Jane to help you. She
.
5 A Who’s Carolyn with?
B I don’t know – he
.
6 A I haven’t had anything to eat all day!
B You
.
7 A My sister works in television.
B She
.
8 A If I go to university, I’d like to study Music.
B You
.
You’ll never find a job.
9 A Look at Chris’s exam results – they’re great!
B He
.
10 A Whose is that Porsche?
B I’m not sure. It
.
__ /20

2

Rewrite the sentences, using who, which or
whose and the information in brackets. Put
commas in the correct place.
Example:

Her husband speaks fluent Italian. (he was
born in Padua)
____________________________________
Her
husband, who was born in Padua,
speaks fluent Italian.
____________________________________
1 The Statue of Liberty is in New York. (it was a
present from France)
_____________________________________
_____________________________________

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______________________
______________________

__ /6

3

Complete the sentences with in, on or by.
Sometimes more than one answer is possible.
Example:

Have you ever lived

on

an island?

1 I love water. I’d like to live
a lake
or
the sea.
2 The Niagara Falls are
the border of
Canada and the USA.
3 Heidi lives
a little valley
the mountains near Zakopane.
4 Bratislava is
a river called the
Danube.
__ /6

Vocabulary

4

Complete the sentences with the correct words.
Example:

We don’t have a quiet lifestyle. We’re always
very busy .
1 In England the climate’s quite wet, but in
Egypt it’s very hot and
.
2 Their house is in the
of the city,
but it isn’t very far from the centre.
3 I play squash twice a week at the
.
4 Can you book two tennis
for our
matches next Saturday?
5 When I’m old I won’t want any stairs, so I’d
like to buy a
.
6 It isn’t flat where I live – it’s quite
.
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______________________
______________________

Groups A and B

Part two
Grammar and functions

5

6

Answer the questionnaire about where you
live. Write complete sentences.

Look at the pictures and complete the
dialogues with must, may/might/could or can’t.
Example:

1

Describe the location of the area
where you live.
_________________________________
_________________________________

2

Describe the climate of the area
where you live.
_________________________________
_________________________________

3

Would you prefer a different climate?
_________________________________
_________________________________

4

What type of housing do you live in?
_________________________________
_________________________________

5

What type of housing would you
like to live in? Why?
_________________________________
_________________________________

6

What facilities are there where you live?
_________________________________
_________________________________

7

What facilities would you like to have?
_________________________________
_________________________________

8

Describe the lifestyle of young
people where you live.
_________________________________
_________________________________

9

What tourist attractions do people
visit in your region?
_________________________________
_________________________________

10

What’s the best thing about where
you live?
_________________________________
_________________________________

11
12

What don’t you like about where you live?
_________________________________
_________________________________
Where would you prefer to live? Why?
_________________________________
_________________________________

A Who’s at the door?
B I don’t know. It might
be my cousin
.

1

2

A Is that John?
B No. It
because

A Are they at home?
B The house has been
empty for a week. They
.

.

3

4

A Have you lost your
mobile phone?
B It

A What’s happening?
B The cinema
.

.

5

6

A Is this your jacket?
B No. It
because

A What are they building?
B I don’t know. It
.

.
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Group A

Part one

3

Vocabulary

1

Complete the sentences about tourist
attractions.

We weren’t able to find a hotel. (could)

We couldn’t find a hotel.

office .

1 The money you pay to go in is the
e_______________ __________ .
2 You often have to q_______________ to get
into the Tower of London.
3 A t___________ ______________ told us
all about the castle.
4 I got a book about the Empire State Building
at the g___________ ______________ .
5 I usually buy a s_______________ of the
places I go to.
6 I write a lot of p_______________ to my
friends!
7 We had to put our bags in the
c_______________ at the museum.
8 The s_______________ _____________
told me not to touch the painting.
__ /8

Grammar

2

Rewrite the second sentence to mean the same
as the first. Use the correct form of the verbs
in brackets.
Example:

Example:

You pay at the ticket

______________________
______________________
______________________

Underline the correct alternative.
Example:

Can you/Were you able to swim when
you were three?
1 We couldn’t/couldn’t to visit the art gallery
because it was closed.
2 I didn’t/wasn’t able to find a job in my town.
3 The race was very hard, but I managed to/
could win.
4 Were/Did you able to finish your homework?
5 My friend managed to/could save some
money for a car.
6 Could you/Did you manage to get some tickets
for the concert yesterday?
7 I was able to/could pass my driving test after
a lot of practice.
8 We managed to/could speak German when we
were five.
__ /8

1 I was able to swim when I was six. (could)
____________________________________
2 She didn’t manage to complete the test.
(be able)
____________________________________
3 Were you able to go on the guided tour?
(manage)
____________________________________
4 Were you able to walk after your accident?
(could)
____________________________________
5 How far were you able to run? (manage)
____________________________________
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4

Complete the text with the correct form of the
verbs in brackets. Use the Past simple or the
Past continuous.

happened (happen) last
A funny thing _____________
1
summer when I _____________ (take) a tour
group around the castle in my town. While I
2 _____________ (tell) people about the
architecture of the castle, a man 3 ___________
(join) the group. The sun 4 _____________
(shine), but the man 5 _____________ (wear) a
scarf and a hat, so I couldn’t see his face very
well. As we 6 _____________ (go) round the
castle, the other visitors 7 _____________
(ask) lots of interesting questions, but the man
didn’t say anything. We finished the tour and as I
8 _____________ (say) goodbye to the group,
the man 9 _____________ (give) me £20.00.
‘Thank you for a very interesting tour,’ he said.
When he 10 _____________ (walk) out of the
castle, I 11 _____________ (realise) who he was
– my favourite singer, who 12 _____________
(record) a new CD in a studio near my town.
I can’t believe that I spent half an hour with him
and I didn’t know!
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Group B
3

Part one
1

Grammar

Rewrite the second sentence to mean the same
as the first. Use the correct form of the verbs
in brackets.

Underline the correct alternative.

Example:

We weren’t able to find a hotel. (could)

Example:

We couldn’t find a hotel.

Can you/Were you able to swim when you
were three?
1 He could/managed to play the piano when he
was young.
2 It was difficult to find them, but I could/was
able to get tickets for the concert.
3 I managed to/could find a job in my town.
4 My friend wasn’t/didn’t able to save enough
money to buy a car.
5 We couldn’t to/couldn’t finish our homework
because it was too difficult.
6 Did/Were you able to visit the art gallery?
7 My exam was really difficult, but I could/
managed to pass.
8 Did you manage to/Could you pass your
driving test?
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2

1 Could she speak after her accident? (be able)
2 Were you able to write when you were six?
(could)
3 I was able to swim to the beach. (manage)
4 We couldn’t run very fast. (be able)
5 Were you able to complete the test? (manage)
__ /10

Vocabulary

4

Complete the sentences about tourist
attractions.
Example:

Complete the text with the correct form of the
verbs in brackets. Use the Past simple or the
Past continuous.

Something amazing happened (happen)
last month when I 1________________
(visit) an art gallery in Edinburgh with my
class. While I 2________________ (walk)
round on a guided tour, I
3________________ (notice) a woman who
4________________ (ask) the guide about
a painting. She 5________________
(wear) sunglasses, so I couldn’t see her
face very well. As she 6________________
(go) out of the room, she
7________________ (drop) her jumper,
so I 8________________ (run) after her.
As I 9________________ (give) it back to
her, she 10________________ (say) thank
you and I 11________________ (realise)
who she was – my favourite actress!
I 12________________ (tell) my friends,
but they didn’t believe me!

You pay at the

ticket office .

1 I went to the g
to
get a present for my mum.
2 At the art gallery you have to leave your bag
in the c
.
3 The e
to go into
that castle is expensive.
4 The s
stops
people from stealing things.
5 We went round the cathedral with a
t
.
6 When I visit somewhere, I always buy a
s
.
7 We’ll have to q
if we want to go
to the Vatican Museum.
8 I sent my parents a p
from
my holiday.
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Groups A and B

______________________
______________________
______________________

Part two
Grammar and functions

5

Look at the picture. It shows the scene in
London Road at 3.00 p.m. last Saturday when
the pop star Madinga got out of her car.

Mr Cook

George

Mrs Cook

security guards

Mrs Davidson

Mr Campbell
Linda
and Beth

PC Jones

Complete the sentences about what the people
were doing.
1 Mr Campbell
2 Madinga’s security guards
3
4
5
6
7
8

.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.

Mrs Cook
George
PC Jones
Linda and Beth
Mrs Davidson
Mr Cook
__ /16

6

Think about when you were younger. Write
sentences about what you could and couldn’t
do at different ages.

7

Translate the dialogues.

1 A Were you playing football on Saturday
afternoon?
B No, I was doing my homework. Why?
A I phoned you but you didn’t answer.
B Sorry, I was listening to some music, so
I couldn’t hear the telephone.
A
B
A
B

________________________________
________________________________
________________________________
________________________________

Example:

2 A What were you doing when you lost

one

I could walk when I was one, but I
couldn’t swim.
1 three
____________________________________
2 five
____________________________________
3 eight
____________________________________
4 eleven
____________________________________
5 fourteen
____________________________________
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your mobile phone?
B I was sightseeing in the city centre.
A Did you manage to find the phone?
B Yes, while I was talking to a security
guard, a tourist found it.
A
B
A
B

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______________________
______________________

Group A
____________________________________
2 how long/they/live/in this area?
(a few months)
____________________________________?
____________________________________
3 how long/she/want to be/a dancer?
(she was a child)
____________________________________?
____________________________________
4 how long/he/work/for this company?
(many years)
____________________________________?
____________________________________

Part one
Vocabulary

1

Complete the sentences with a word or phrase
from the box.
cashpoint
salary
borrow
in debt

lend
mean
save
earn

bank account
traveller’s cheques
pocket money

Example:

If you need some money, go to a
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

cashpoint .

He’s so ____________. He never pays for me.
I don’t _____________ very much in my job.
I’ve lost my wallet. Can I ____________ £10?
I need to ________________ for my holiday.
My parents give me £5 _________________.
I always take _________________ when I go
abroad.
I need a _______________ to pay by cheque.
I’m so _______________! I spend too much!
Can you _______________ me some money?
I like my job, but my _______________ isn’t
very good.
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4

Underline the correct alternative.
Example:

All/Each guest brought a present.
1
2
3
4
5

I spend money on clothes every/all week.
Each/All my brothers get pocket money.
All/Every student needs a bank account.
There’s a photo of each/all student.
You’ve drunk all/every the coffee.
__ /5

5

Match the situations (1–6) to the things you
can get at a British post office (a–f).

Teen Scene talked to Zoe, a pop star. Complete
the interview using the Present perfect or the
Past simple of the verbs in brackets..

Example:

Anne

1
2
3
4
5
6

f
__
__
__
__
__

You want a birthday card to arrive quickly.
You want to post a letter to Germany.
You want to change some money.
You would like to win some money.
You want to send a present to your friend.
You want to write a letter.

a a stamp for Europe
b a box for a parcel
c a lottery ticket

d stationery
e foreign currency
f a first-class stamp
__ /5

Zoe

Anne
Zoe

Anne

Grammar

3

Write questions with How long? and complete
answers with for or since. Use the Present
perfect.

Zoe
Anne

Example:

how long/he/be/a doctor?

(1987)

Zoe

How long has he been a doctor?
He’s been a doctor since 1987.
1 how long/you/have/your mobile phone?
(Christmas)
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So, Zoe, how long have you been
(be) a singer?
Well, I 1 ___________ (have) a
professional contract since I
2 ___________ (leave) school, but I
3 ___________ (sing) at school too
because I 4 ___________ (be) in a
group with my friends.
And you’re on tour at the moment.
Yes, I 5 ___________ (do) 20 concerts
since May – the first one
6 ___________ (be) in my town.
Which countries 7 _________ you
___________ (visit) since the tour
began?
Oh, I 8 ___________ (go) to Italy and
Germany.
Now, tell me about your new
boyfriend.
Well, I 9 ___________ (meet) Gary at
a party about two months ago. He’s a
great footballer, and I 10 ___________
(love) football since I was a child.
I hope he likes music too!
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Group B

Mark Yes. I 7 ___________ (meet) Zoe a few
months ago. She’s an amazing tennis
player. I 8 ___________ (love) tennis
since I was young.
Jason I hope she likes football! Finally,
9 _________ you _________ (visit) any
other countries since you started playing?
Mark Oh, I 10 ___________ (go) to Spain. I’d
love to play for Real Madrid!

Part one
Grammar

1

Underline the correct alternative.
Example:

All/Each person enjoyed the party.
1
2
3
4
5

You’ve spent every/all your pocket money.
Every/All student in my class drinks coffee.
All/Each student has a computer.
I use my bank account all/every week.
All/Each teenagers spend money on CDs.
__ /5

2

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Vocabulary

4

Write questions with How long? and complete
answers with for or since. Use the Present
perfect.

a
b
c
d
e
f

how long/he/be/a doctor? (1987)
____________________________________
How
long has he been a doctor?
He’s been a doctor since 1987.
____________________________________

__ /8

3

Teen Scene talked to Mark, a footballer.
Complete the interview using the Present perfect
or the Past simple of the verbs in brackets.
Jason So Mark, how long have you been (be)
a footballer?
Mark Well, when I 1 ___________ (leave)
school, I 2 ___________ (become)
professional, but of course I
3 ___________ (play) all my life. I
4 ___________ (be) in the local team as
a child.
Jason You’re doing very well at the moment.
Mark Yes, I 5 ___________ (be) the top goal
scorer every week since April – and we
6 ___________ (win) the match on
Saturday.
Jason And I think you’ve got a new girlfriend.

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Match the situations (a–f) to the things you
can get at a British post office (1–6).
Example:

Example:

1 how long/they/work/in your office? (a month)
____________________________________?
____________________________________
2 how long/he/be/at university? (October)
____________________________________?
____________________________________
3 how long/she/have/that mobile phone?
(two years)
____________________________________?
____________________________________
4 how long/you/live/in this house?
(we were children)
____________________________________?
____________________________________

______________________
______________________
______________________

2

You want a postcard to arrive quickly.
You want to write some letters.
You want to send a book to your friend.
You want to post a birthday card to Spain.
You want to change £50 to euros.
You would like to win some money.

1 foreign currency
2 a first-class stamp
3 stationery

4 a lottery ticket
5 a stamp for Europe
6 a box for a parcel
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5

Complete the sentences with a word or phrase
from the box.
cashpoint
pocket money
bank account
traveller’s cheques

in debt
borrow
mean
salary

earn
lend
save

Example:

If you need some money, go to a

cashpoint .

1 My job isn’t very interesting, but my
is great!
2 Dad doesn’t give me enough
.
3 I spend so much and now I’m really
.
4 When we go to other countries, we usually
take
.
5 Can you
me £10?
6 I’ve lost my bag. Can I
some
money?
7 She never offers to pay. She’s so
.
8 We don’t
much where we work.
9 I have to
for a new TV.
10 You need a
to have a
credit card.
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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 for or since.
Example:

I/be able to read…

I’ve been able to read since I was six.
1 I/be able to/ride/a bike…
____________________________________
2 My friends and I/be/at this school…
____________________________________
3 I/have/this book…
____________________________________
4 My family/live/in our house…
____________________________________
5 I/know/my best friend…
____________________________________
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7

Answer the questions. Write complete sentences.

1

How much pocket money do you get a
week?
__________________________________
__________________________________

2 Have you got a part-time job?
__________________________________
__________________________________

3 On which days do you do homework?
__________________________________
__________________________________

8

Put the words in the dialogue at the post office
into the correct order.
You Good morning.
buy/I’d/stamps/for/like/Italy/to/some/
please
I’d like to buy some stamps for Italy,
__________________________________
please.
__________________________________
Man 37p/cost/each/they
1
_________________________________.
You two/can/please/have/I
2
_________________________________?
Man altogether/that/74p/is
3
_________________________________.
You I’d/some/like/envelopes/also
4
_________________________________.
Man many/would/like/how/you
5
_________________________________?
You Ten, please.
Man else/is/anything/there
6
_________________________________?
sell/do/birthday/cards/you/here
7
_________________________________?
Man No, we don’t.
You Okay, that’s all then, thank you.
Man is/that/£1.73/altogether
8
_________________________________.
You Here you are.
Man Thank you. Goodbye.
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4 Where do you keep your money?
__________________________________
__________________________________

5 What do you spend your money on?
__________________________________
__________________________________

6 Do you borrow money from your friends?
__________________________________
__________________________________

7 How long have you had your favourite
possession?
__________________________________
__________________________________

8 How long did you save for it?
__________________________________
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Group A

Grammar

Part one

3

Vocabulary
1 Match the verbs (1–10) to the words and
phrases (a–j).

h
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__
__

talk
be
have
work
make
deal with
speak
use
give
sort out

a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j

Write complete sentences with the Present
perfect continuous and for or since.
Example:

I/wait/hours.

Example:

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

______________________
______________________
______________________

I’ve been waiting for hours.

1 you/sunbathe/this morning?
____________________________________
2 My sister/not work/as a dentist/long.
____________________________________
3 he/learn/to drive/last summer?
____________________________________
4 I/type/letters/9.00 a.m.
____________________________________
5 We/rent/our flat/three months.
____________________________________

a university degree
decisions
foreign languages
problems
people
your initiative
to deadlines
to people
presentations
good at Maths

__ /10

__ /9

2

4

Complete the crossword with personal
qualities.
1
2

Example:

A What has the weather been (be) like?
B It’s been raining (rain) for days.

3

C A L M

1 A How long ________ you ________ (know)
your boyfriend?
B We ______________________ (go out)
together for a year.
2 Helen ___________________ (travel) round
Europe for three months, but she
_____________ (not visit) Spain yet.
3 I _____ always ________ (want) a sports car.
I ___________________ (save) for years.
4 A ________ he ________ (find) a job?
B Not yet, but he ______________________
(look) at adverts since Christmas.

4

5

Complete the sentences with the Present
perfect simple or the Present perfect
continuous of the verbs in brackets.

6

7

__ /8
8

5
Across
2 A person
5 A person
7 A person
8 A person

who
who
who
who

doesn’t worry is…
likes asking questions is…
looks after other people is…
is happy to wait is…

Down
1 A person who is artistic and has lots of ideas
is…
3 A person who wants success is…
4 A person you can depend on is…
6 A person who accepts people’s
differences is…
__ /7

Complete the second sentence to mean the
same as the first. Use the words in brackets.
Example:

My cakes are fantastic. (great/make cakes)

I’m great at making cakes.
1 Literature doesn’t interest them.
(not interested/read/books)
They
2 His food is awful. (hopeless/cook)
He
3 We can ski well. (good/ski)
We
4 I don’t like Maths. (not keen/study/Maths)
I
.

.
.
.

__ /8

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Vocabulary

Part one

4

Grammar

1

Complete the second sentence to mean the
same as the first. Use the words in brackets.

Complete the crossword with personal
qualities.
1

C

A

L

2

M

Example:

My cakes are fantastic. (great/make cakes)
___________________________________
I’m
great at making cakes.

3
4

1 They can cook well. (good/cook)
They
.
2 We don’t like skiing. (not keen/ski)
We
.
3 My Spanish is awful. (hopeless/speak/Spanish)
I
.
4 Maths doesn’t interest him. (not
interested/study/Maths)
He
.

5

6

__ /8

2

Write complete sentences with the Present
perfect continuous and for or since.
Example:

I/wait/hours.

7

I’ve been waiting for hours.
Across
1 A person
3 A person
6 A person
7 A person

1 you/learn/to drive/two weeks.
2 we/type/letters/an hour?
3 Helen/not rent/her flat/last January.

Down
1 A person
2 A person
4 A person
is …
5 A person
is …

4 he/sunbathe/long?
5 I/work/as a dentist/Christmas.
__ /10

3

Complete the sentences with the Present
perfect simple or the Present perfect
continuous of the verbs in brackets.

who looks after other people is …
who wants success is …
who is artistic and has lots of ideas
who accepts people’s differences
__ /7

5

Example:

What has the weather been (be) like?
It’s been raining (rain) for days.
1 A How long

who doesn’t worry is …
you can depend on is …
who likes asking questions is …
who is happy to wait is …

Match the verbs (a–j) to the words and
phrases (1–10).
Example:

you
(look) for a car?

B Ages, but I
(not save)
enough money.
2 He
(want) a girlfriend since last
summer, but he
(not find) one yet.
3 I
(know) Ed for years, but we
(play) in a group for two months.
4 A Your sister
(travel) in
India for weeks.
B Yes. She
(visit) lots of cities.

a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j

speak
deal with
make
use
sort out
work
give
be
have
talk

1 j
2 __
3 __
4 __
5 __
6 __
7 __
8 __
9 __
10 __

to people
presentations
to deadlines
decisions
a university degree
people
your initiative
problems
good at Maths
foreign languages
__ /9

__ /8

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Groups A and B

______________________
______________________
______________________

Part two
Grammar and functions

6

Write sentences which are true for you, or
invent answers. Use the Present perfect simple
or continuous and for or since.
1 I/do/this test…
____________________________________
____________________________________
2 My family/live/in this area…
____________________________________
____________________________________
3 I/attend/this school…
____________________________________
____________________________________
4 My English teacher/work/at my school…
____________________________________
____________________________________
5 My friends and I/study/Maths…
____________________________________
____________________________________
6 I/have/my bicycle…
____________________________________
____________________________________
__ /12

7

Write sentences which are true for you or
invent answers. Use a word from the box and
the correct preposition.
good
hopeless

bad
brilliant

8

Imagine you are in a careers interview. Write
answers that are true for you.
Interviewer What type of work are you
interested in?
1
You

Interviewer Which languages do you study?
2
You

Interviewer How long have you been
studying them?
3
You

Interviewer Have you got a part-time job?
4
You

Interviewer What skills have you got?
5
You

Interviewer Which three adjectives best
describe your personality?
6
You

interested
keen

1 I
____________________________________.
2 I
____________________________________.
3 My best friend
____________________________________.
4 My parents
____________________________________.
5 My teacher
____________________________________.
6 My classmates
____________________________________.

Interviewer What do you do in your free
time?
7
You

Interviewer OK. Thank you for your
answers. Let’s analyse them
and then think about a possible
career.
__ /14
Total __ /80

__ /12

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Part one
5

Vocabulary

1

6

Look at the set of a pop video. Name the
people or objects.

8

3

_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________

7

2

1
1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8

6 Can you ______ me a favour? I need to
borrow some money.
7 ______ you ______ friends easily? Yes, I do.
8 We went shopping and we _________ a lot of
nice clothes.
9 Don’t go to the supermarket – I ______
already ______ the shopping.
10 What presents ______ you ______ for your
birthday last year?

_______________
_______________
_______________
_______________
__ /8

2

Underline the correct alternative.
Example:

The director and the artist plan/decide the
video.
1 The director calculates/employs the budget for
the video.
2 The artists have to design/rehearse a lot
before they film.
3 For some videos, the director has to rent/lend
the necessary equipment.
4 Experienced dancers choreograph/edit the
dance sequences.
5 The team builds/records a master tape of the
song at a studio.
6 TV channels film/show the video to the public.
__ /6

Grammar

3

4

Complete the sentences with the correct form
of make, do, or get.
Example:

What are you doing? I’m

making

a sandwich.

1 My exam results weren’t good because I
______ a lot of mistakes.
2 I must go now. I have to ______ a lot of
homework.
3 What time ______ you ______ to school
yesterday morning?
4 I’ve been thinking about my career, but I
______________________ a decision yet.
5 ______ you _____________ better at playing
tennis now?

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4

Write complete statements or questions. Use
the Present simple passive.
Example:

films/make/in Hollywood.

Films are made in Hollywood.
1 where/rice/grow?
____________________________________?
2 wine/produce/in your region?
____________________________________?
3 cars/manufacture/in Korea.
____________________________________
4 students in your school/give/careers advice?
____________________________________?
5 lottery tickets/not sell/here.
____________________________________
6 ships/build/in Scotland?
____________________________________?
7 how many/songs/record/in a day?
____________________________________?
8 English/speak/all over the world.
____________________________________
9 when/Hallowe’en/celebrate?
____________________________________?
10 German/not teach/at my school.
____________________________________
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4 French/speak/in some African countries?
____________________________________?
5 Easter/not celebrate/in Iran.
____________________________________
6 TVs/manufacture/in Hong Kong?
____________________________________?
7 stamps/sell/at the post office?
____________________________________?
8 where/this wine/produce?
____________________________________?
9 tomatoes/grow/in Spain.
____________________________________
10 your exam results/give/to you individually?
____________________________________?

Part one
Grammar

1

Complete the sentences with the correct form
of make, do, or get.
Example:

What are you doing? I’m
sandwich.

making

a

1
she
her red boots in that shop?
2 I
a lot of nice friends on holiday.
3 You
already
that CD.
4
you
the shopping yet?
5 We
a lot of mistakes in our last
project.
6 I want to go out, but I
my
homework yet.
7 I have to
a decision about which
university to go to.
8 Sophie
me a favour and drove me
to the cinema.
9 What time
you
to the
party tomorrow?
10
you
better at Maths
when you had extra lessons?

__ /10

Vocabulary

3

Underline the correct alternative.
Example:

The director and the artist plan/decide the
video.
1 The artist goes to a studio to record/build a
master tape of the song.
2 Experienced dancers edit/choreograph the
dance sequences.
3 Music programmes show/film the video on
TV.
4 The dancers have to rehearse/design a lot
before filming.
5 The director may need to lend/rent some
equipment.
6 The director employs/calculates the people to
work on the video.

__ /10

2

Write complete statements and questions. Use
the Present simple passive.
Example:

films/make/in Hollywood

Films are made in Hollywood.
1 how many/students/teach/German?
____________________________________?
2 helicopters/build/in the USA.
____________________________________
3 most CDs/not record/in one day.
____________________________________

__ /6

4

3

Look at the set of a pop video. Name the
people or objects.
1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8
__ /8

2

1

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______________________

6
4

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Part two
Grammar and functions

5

Write a description of how a TV advertisement
is made. Use the information from the box and
Next, Finally, Then, After that.










7

Write a paragraph about your country. Use the
Present simple passive. Write six sentences
using the verbs from the box.
speak
make

advertising agency/employ
ideas/discuss
dialogue/write
actors/find
studio or location/choose
ad/film
music/select
ad/edit
ad/show on TV

First, an advertising agency is employed…
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________
____________________________________

grow
export

produce
manufacture

___________________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________

__ /12
Total __ /80

__ /16

6

Translate the sentences.
1 I do my best to be a good student.
____________________________________
2 I always get nice presents for Christmas.
____________________________________
3 Do you ever get angry with your friends?
____________________________________
4 What time do you get to school in the
morning?
____________________________________
5 Have you ever made a cake?
____________________________________
6 Did you do the cleaning yesterday?
____________________________________
7 I got some lovely clothes in London.
____________________________________
8 Can you help me do the washing up, please?
____________________________________
9 They make delicious ice-cream.
____________________________________
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