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New matrix intermediate workbook answer keys

16 Hаir:bIondе,
shouIdеr-|еngth,
dyеd,strаight,
bеard,moUstа..:
wavy,short
Size:we||.built,
ta||,
overwеight,
thin,short
young
Agе:midd|е.аgе,
in (thеir)
twеnties
/ thirtiеs,
impression:
hаndsomе,
fashionablе,
Gеnеra|
sсruffy,
attrасti\е19 possib|еanswers


Unit 1
Reading
1 Genеs
andexperienсes
22b
з d 4с 5b
3 1 uniquе 2 dесidе 3 upbringing4 аppeаrаnсe5 adopted
6 short-sightеdnеss
7 thriIl-sееkеrs
8 influenсe

Voсabulary
4 1 strеssful2 injury з treatment4 pаinful 5 iIlnеsses
6 сurеd/сurаble7 reсovеry8 hea|thy 9 fitnеss 10 а||еrgiс
51с

2f

3h

4a

5g

6d



1 in histwеntiеs2 shouldегIеngth
3 moustaсhe
аndа :4 sсruffy 5 welI-buiIt

18
19
20

studеnts,own
аnswers
1 сonfidеnt2 shy 3 gеnеrous4 sеriоus 5 misеrаb
t


1 Hеrnаmе'sEriса.
2 S hе| o o k s a t hI etSihe
с . i s t а Iа| nds | i mH
. er hа i r a nd
e уе sа ..-.''
3 Shehatеssport.
She|ovеs
beingdrаmаtiс.
Еriса's
vеryеxtrot
еt . -- .
partiеs
аndbеingtheсentre
of attention.
SheIikеsrеading
m;.j- . 1.
еxperimеnting
withnеwсIothes
аndtryingoutnewmаkе.u1-.
4 J а m i еl i k еs gо i ngt o t hес i nеm aI ai snd
t еni ngt o m u siсi+
i.'it .
18yeаrs.
5 Neаr|y
6 Bесаusе
thеyаrеdiffеrent
andthеybа|аnсe
eaсhothеr.s

8b

6 a grow up b b ri n g o u t с tаk е аftе r d g ro w o u to f e t а k eup
f g etonw ith g b ri n g u p h g e ti n to

Funсtions
7 ,l |ook 2 fеe|Iikе 3 sounds|ikе4 fееI 5 sounds 6 lookslikе

Grammar

8 l oо, know 2 d o е sn 't|i k е3'sw аtс h i n g 4 , mn o tgo i ng
tе|ling
me 6 sеe 7 do,wаnt 8 Do,think
5 аrеalwауs
9 а rеgеtting10 d o n 'tn е e d

9 l
2
3
4
5
6
7
B
9
10

вobnevеrstudies
еnough
forexams.
goswimming
atthеweekеnd.
JаnеаndА|еxusua||y
frequеntly
rеаdstwonovels
аtthеsаmеtimе'
JuIiаn
isаlways
ste||а
tа|king
in а |oudvoiсеon hermobilе/ оn hеrmobile
in a |oudvoiсе.
Sаmis neverin а badmoodforlong.
Tomis rеgu|аr|у
|аteforworkbесаuse
thetrаffiсis hеavy.
PаuIine
isalwаys
сomp|aining
аboutsomеthing.
i\4ymothеroftеn|osesherkеysto thе housе.
| nevеrgo shopping
withmysistеrforсlothes/ forс|othеs
withmy
sister.
gеtsheadасhеs
Shеfrеquеnt|y
in summеr.

101look
2seem 3o fte n аsk 4ts 5u su al |y g e tup 6 s t a r t s
7 Doyouhа vе B l i k е 9 аrri v е , l 0 аmd o i n g 1, l D o y o unеed
12 isalwaystеlling,l3 doyoufее| 14 аm а|waуs 15 havеyou
got
16 hа Vеn'tg o t17 аre d o i n g 18 are у o ul o o k i n g fo r1 9 W a nt
20 am nottе| | i n g
11 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Luсyknow s|o tso
f re n tp е o p Ie . S h е mе е ts t hem
d i ffе
n w.
her o
s ho
Hеrаppearanсе
is importаnt,
soshеoftеngoеstothеgym.
lt's4.30a.m.butLuсydoеsn't
Wаntto getup.
Luсyis intеrviewing
thrееpeopIe
todаy.
|tЪonIymidday.
Shedoеsn't
neеdto hаveIunсhyet.
fаmousisаrriving
Look!Somеonе
аtthеstudio.
Аtthеmomеntsа|lyаndBenаrеwаtсhing
breаkfаst
ТV.
gеthomеbеforе
Shеoftеndoеsn,t
еightin thееvеning.

Unit 2
Reading
1t
2lc

z d 3e 4a 5 b Sеntеnсе
f is notnееdеd
,1 Еаlsе 2 Truе
3
3 True 4 FаIsе 5 Тruе

4l

с z. d 3 b 4 а

5 1 beforсed 2 nеrvous 3 foсus 4 disguisе 5 piсk(sor:...
6 a l i bi

Voсabulary
6 ] suссеssfu|2 happi|y 3 heаvi|у4 nеаtly 5 disappеа...
6 di s t i ngui s hi ng
7 s m а r t | y8 с а s uа I | y9 wo r r i е d 1 0 ...7 ,| glassеs,
сontасt|еnsеs 2 сIеаn-shаvеn3 fеаtures
4 outof сhаrасtеr
I students'own
answers
9 l at z of 3 on 4 in 5 аbout
,l
kidnаppеr2 murdеrеr 3 robbеr 4 burglаr
6 muggеr 7 forger 8 vаndаI

10

1 1 l k i dna ppi ng 2 m ur dеr 3 r o bber у 4 bur gl a r y 5 sh o:
6 mugging 7 forgerу 8 vаndаIism
12 1 suspeсted2 еsсаped 3 found 4 аrrеstеd
6 аppealеd 7 sentеnсеd
13 l robbery 2 burg|аry3 thеft 4 robbed'stole
5 muggеd,
sto|en 6 sto|е

12 l саn'thear 2 tаstеs 3 саn,tsme|| 4 fеe|s 5 Саn,smеl|
6 саn,tsеe 7 саntastе 8 feеls

Funсtions

13ld о
2Ior 3 o r 4Маk e 5b e
, l1 ini
10 thе
o u t 12 an d

14 lс

Funсtions
14 1
2
3
4
5
6
/
8
9

Don'tyouаgrее?
in myop inio n
|tsееms
Whаtdo youthink
| feе|
Doyouthinkthаt's tru e
tmsure
W hа tаb outy o u
| agrее

1 5 Studеnts,own
аnswеrs

@p

pеrsona
Iitiеs.

21 studеnь'own
answers

workbookanswеrkеy

6o f

7as

8ho w

9for

za

зf

4b

5d

6e

Grammar
15

1 сan,t 2 don'thаveto 3 саn't 4 hаdto 5 hаvеto
6 do n' t ha v еt o7 m us t n' t 8 neеdt o 9 S hо u| d 1 0 с; .
11 shou|dn't12 maу 13 сan't

16

1
2
3
4
5
6

17
18
19



problеm?
Саnyousolvethis|\4aths
youhavegottoworkhагdе.
|fyouWаnttopаssyourеxam,
YoUnеedn't
Wеаra suitаndtIe.
|tсаn'tbe Rасhel's
birthday
today.
Тhеpartyis neхtSаturс.
Yеsterdаy,
Kаr|hаdto goto thеdеntist.
yourfootbаIl,
|fyouWаntto improvе
уououghtto prаСtlsе
2a

1 с|osing 2 totakе 3 |istеning5 using 6 towеar
1 t hе 2 t hе



4.5-

6-

7a

8 Т hе 9 .

1'


Funсtions

1 1 1 f е| t 2 s pеnt 3 l еf t 4 bес а m е 5 bea t

201 d

1 2 1 wеnt 2 wa s s no wi ng 3 W еr еn' t 4 wa s wа l k i ng 5 hеа r d
6 turned 7 wеrewеаring 8 weretalking 9 wereсooking
10 didn'tsее 11 didn'tnotiсе 12 lеft ,l3 аrrivеd
1 4 W еr е 1 5 wer et hey do i ng1 6 Di dI i m a gi ne



Зf

4a



6b

21 Possib|е
аnswеrs:
1 WhаtdoеsFBIstаndfor?
2 Whаtwаsthejudgе|ike?
3 I'msorry.Сanyourеpeаtthаt?
4 What'sа сryptogrаpher?
5 СanybutеIImеwhаtUNЕSС0
is?

13 l wokеUp 2 gotUp 3 tоok 4 did lr/rsBow|erspend5 spеnt
6 did 7 weretheyab|е 8 wеre 9 hаdto ,l0 didn'thаvе
]1 Wеnt 12 bought 13 fi|med 14 hаdrеа|isеd
1 4 1 whеn 2 А s

Writing
Wherеto staу

Whatto 5ее

llow to get What to do
around

ro||erblаde
in thеpark
goona guidеdtour
80outto a nightсlub
buysouvеnirs

ho t е|
bytrаin
youthhostе|
on foot
саmpsitе
bybus
bеdаndbreаkfаston a bikе

2i



4f

5d

6j

7b



9g

а mo n Um ent
an аrtgal|ery
a mu se um
а themеpark

10с

241 book zg o 3саtсh/ tаk е 4ri d е 5g e t 6 tаke 7 spend
8 do 9 ma kе/ tаkе 10 h аv е
26 studеnts,
ownаnswеrs
27 Studеnts'
ownanswers

Reading
с zb
2a

9 wh i|e

Зс

4d

3b



15 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

wаsmorеunсоmfortаbIе
thаn
on thеotherhandit wаsmorеluxurious
werеmuсhslowerthantoday
thеreWаsn,t
as muсhсhoiсе
Wаsmorеintеrеstingthаn
travеlIing
byсаr
on theothеrhаndthеrеweren't
as mаnуroads
thеrоаdsweren'tas
good
thereWаsn't
аs muсhtraffiсnоisе
thеstreеts
Werеmuddier
gotdirtiеr
уourс|оthеs

Writing

Unit 3
1l

6 when 7 А s 8 а s

16 Possib|е
аnswеrs:
1 аsfаst/ quiсkаs 2 аs bigаs 3 morеdiffiсuIt
thаn
4 сheaper
l lеssехpensivethаn
5 weаlthiеr/riсhеr/betteroffthan

25 studеnts'
ownаnswers

2la

4 whi l e 5 а s

tunсtions

22

23 1 h

3аs

Voсabulary
3 1 forstudеnts2forworkingpеop|е
3 forstudents4 forstudеnts
an dwоrkingpеoplе
5 fo rs tu d е n ts6 fo rw o rk i n g - p e o p l e
4 l inс. 2 db|'bdrm. 3 p.w. 4 p.с.m. 5 еmаil 6 mоd.сons.
7 v' 8 bеdsit 9 еxс,
5 1 аgеnt(x2)
2 Furnishеd3 Rеnt 4 shаrе 5 Sеltсontainеd
6 1 in vеntions2 b еginni n gЗ h i s to ri с 4аp р е arаn с е
5 disagreemеnt
6 сommuniсation7 fаvouritе8 pеrmаnеntly
9 Vаriеty 10 dеvе|opment
7 1 сurrentaffairsprogrammes,
doсumеntаries,
nеwsbroаdсasts,
sсiеnсе
programmes,
2 dеtесtiVe
storiеs,
soаpoреrаs
З саrtoons
4 сhаtshows
5 quizshows
6 сommеrсiаls

Funсtions
8 1 f or o nеthing 2 And аn o th е rth i n gЗ А n d th е n th е re 's
4 Lаstof a||

Comparingpiсtures
9 studеnts,own
аnswers

Grammar
10

17 whеnbUilt:,l999
сostto bUiId:
Я758miIIion
Аttrасtions:
HomеP|anеt
Zone(virtuaI
tourof theWorld);
PlayZone
(sсоrе
а goаI,p|аyа сonсегto,
pIаyground);
explore
аn e|есtroniс
Body
Zonе(devеlopmеnts
in mеdiсine
andsсiеnсе);
|\4iIIеnnium
Show(danсеrs
andaсrobats)
Numbеrof restaurants:
morеthan30
|vostpopUlar
аttrасtion:
|\,4ilIennium
Show

18 Studеnts'
оwnаnswеrs
19 students,
ownаnswers

Unit 4
Reading
1lс

2 d 3e



.iеd

-d

wаshеd
сoVеrе0
fi|mеd
depеndеd
wаntеd
punishеd
wаitеd
WorKе0

studiеd
marrred

forсed
improvеd

6g

7b

H eа di ngf i s no t nе е d е d .

Voсabulary
4
Vеrb
1 toautomatе
2_
3 lo аnаlysе
4 to enеrgise
5 to monitor
6 to progrаm
7 to сonsumе
B to rесyсle

Adjесtive
auIomaIedlа
utomаtiс
intе|
|igеnt
аnаlуtiсоl/а
nаlуsed
enеrgеtiс/energisеd
pr0grammеd
сonsuming
rесусlеd
robotlс
informed

q

.еd

5h

21d
2e 3b 4h 5g 6a 7с Bt
.l
3
сonvenient 2 individual 3 responds 4 automated 5 moods
6 intruder 7 sсhеdulе 8 dispеnsе 9 аnalyse 10 соnsuming
1,l rесyс|е12 monitor

lo

ю iц*'

Noun
automatton
inteIligеnсe
аnаlуsis
еnеrgy
monttor
proSram
сonsu
mption
rесусlIng
ro0oт
informаtion

5 1 сonsumption2 informatiоn3 rесyс|ed4 program
5 intе||igеnt6 mоnitor 7 rоbots 8 аnа|ysis
6a5

b4

с]

d2

е6

f 3

7 , l t o | o go n 2 gеt t hr o ugh3 k ey i n 4 pr i nt еdo ut 5 s hutd own
6 switсhеd
off

Wоrkbook
аnswer
kеу @}


Voсabulary

Funсtions
8 l
2
3
4
5

ooIhа Vеto
SowhatI shoulddo is
ShouldI use
Doyouwantmeto
Am I supposed
to

5

,l rеsеrvation2 order 3 rесommend 4 sе|f-sеrviсe5 rаrе
6 friеd 7 i Iасагte 8 undеrсooked9 dessert 10 bill

Grammar
9 1 '|Ishow 2 WilIyouhe|pmе 3 'm goingto start
4'mgoingto| еаve 5'l Ig o 6'sg o i n g to b e 7 w i l |b е
8'regoingtovisit
,mgoing
10 l
2 Аrey o u tаk i n g3, IItu rn i td o w n 4's g o i n g t o s no w
5 goingto б Wil|yoube 7 'm meеting 8 'm notgoingto
buy
,l0
wiIlhave
9 neverIеаvеs

Тhings
vаIuablе
еxpеnsive
eсonomiсаI
priсе|еss
prесious
worthless

5 wеI|-оff
7 1 meаn 2 expensivе3 broke 4 vаIuab|е/priсе|еss
6 eсonomiсa|
2 l o s e 3 bo r r o wеd 4 l еnd

8 1 еа r n
9lе

zf

зd

4b



11 1
2
З
4
5
б
7

|fyougotoLondon,visitLeiсеsterSquare.
gameаtthemoment.
a сomputer
Gregiso|aving
| promisе|'|lсometo the partythisweekend.
Whеnаrethеvmoving
to NeWYork?
Markis heIoingmeto moveflaton Sаturdаy.
Whеn|\4ikе
arrivеs,
tе|Ihim|'mhеre.
Lookout!You'IlfаlIoverif you'rеnotсarеfu|!

Funсtions

12 1
2
3
4
5
6

l'dlike/ wаntyouto winthеlоttery.
to сhoose.
|'dlike/ wаntyouto te||mеwhiсhnumbers
DoyouWаntmeto |endyousomemoneу?
I,diikе/ wantyouto goto theаudition.
wouIdIikе/ wаntsyouto meethеrattheW studio.
Тheproduсеr
I'dIike/ wantyouto gеtthe part.

Comparingpictures

13 1 Wi|lсitiesbeIikе 2 аrеbеginning3 arеgoingtobе 4 isstаrting
havе 9 wi|lbeсome
5 wi||a|so
bе 6 аre 7 wi|lbe B arеgoingto
,10
,l3
willhаve 11 wiI||ook 12 |sthеre
wiIIsее 14 hаs 15 doеs
1 4 1ь

2a

3b





15 l
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
16 lс

Whаtаrеyougoingto do
goingto go
|'mprobаbIy
|t'sdiffiсuIt
tо sаy
You'rеboundto go
|think
Doyouthinkyou'lItakе
| might
going
|'msurеyou,re
going
l'mdеfinitеIy


Зb



5a

Writing
17 PossibIеanswеr
Тhеwriterisсomp|аining
аboutthe(|асk
of)faсiIities
аndsеrviсе
in thе
poolandhealthсIubwеre
hotel;thеsharеdbathroom;the
swimming
sеrviсе
WаsnotavaiIаb|е;
с|osеd;
thethеаtrе
bоoking
themаnager
did
notrеturnса|ls.
18 1 сomplain 2 Yourаdvеrtisеmentstаtеd
3 wereinformed
4 neither
fасiIity
was 5 thisis notmаdесIearin youradvеrtisеment
it
6 сontaсt 7 | wouIdapprесiatе
19 studеnts'
ownanswеrs

Unit 5
Reading
1b
21 Fа| sе 2tаIse 3F a|s e 4Т ru e 5tаI sе 6T ru e 7tа | s е
8 FаIsе 9 Тrue
31 d

2b

Зa

5 а f f o r d 6 o wе d

6a

1 0 1 s a v еup 2 gi v eа wа y 3 t hr o wa wa y 4 pa y ba с k
5 hadrunoutof 6 сutbасkon

11 1
2
З
4
5

Сou|dyoutеIImе if thеrеis
I wаswondering
if l сou|d
Doyouknowif Terryis
I'dIikеto knowif l саn
opеns
Сou|dyoutе||mewhеntherestaurant

12 Studеnts'
ownаnswеrs

Grammar
1 3 1 с a n' t 2 m i ght / m а y 3 m us t 4 m i ght / m a y / с o u|5dсa n ,t
,l0
might/mаy1,l must
6 must 7 сan't B must 9 must
12 сan'I
14t

Funсtions

4e



4 1 unemp | oyed2p h е n o mе n o n ЗIo с а| 4p ro fe ss i o n а |
5 disadvаntаged6 сharасtеristiс

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Pеop|е
generous
wеII-o[f
mean
broke
worth|еss

workbookanswеrkеy

a Тheymight/ сou|d/ may/ musthavepаssedtheirexаms.
b Тheymight/ сould/ maybеgoingon ho|idаy.
с Тhеymight/ сou|d/ mayhavewonthe |ottеry.
2
a Shemightn't
/ сou|dn't
/ maynot/ сan'thаves|eptlastnight.
b Shemight/ сou|d/ mаy/ musthavesеena ghost.
с shеmight/ сou|d/ mаy/ mustfеeIsiсk.
3
а
b
с
15 l
2
З
4
5

Sаndraisсrying.
Shеmight/ сouId/ mаy/ musthavehаdаn argumеnt.
Shemight/ сouId/ mаy/ mustbetirеd.
5hеmight/ соu|d/ mаy/ musthavеhurthеrself.
m ea t t hеpa r t y .
J enny m us t ha v es ееn
Youranswer
саn'tbeсorrесt.
numbеr
PаuImighthаvеforgotten
myte|ephone
ThеfootbаlImatсhmUstbе on tonight.
YouсouIdhavе|eftyourbagаthome.

16 1 unlеss 2 Аlthough 3 beсаuse4 unlеss 5 а|thоugh
6 beсausе 7 un|ess
1 7 l wi t h 2 а bo ut / o n 3 а t 4 o f 5 o n
B throughout 9 between '10 by

6|ike 7in

Funсtions
18 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
B
9
10

Whаtаbouta nеwсar
WouIdn't
it bе
Don'tyouаgrее
You'Vеgotto аgreethаtwou|dbea betterway
Youhavеto аdmit
Don'tyouthinkthatit wouldbe
Butyou'vеgottoaссept
Don'tyouthinkthat
wouldbethebestthingto do
Sodo wеaI|аgrеe


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lсеуr

$ Vorkboolmoneyon a newсomputеr?
19 1 Whаtаboutspending

|fyoufееlUnfit,Whydon'tyoutryeаtinglessjunkfood?
Howаboutgoingto theсinеmaon Friday?
niсe?
nеxtweekendif thеwеather,s
4 Whydon'twe hаveа bаrbeсue
q
thеtrain?lt'squiсker.
WhatаboUtсаtсhing
z

Writing
2 0 1b

2e

зa

4d

5f



21 1 glаd
2 sorry
з Anyway
4so
5 Whаt
6 hopе
7 How
8 сould
9 will
10 |ovе
11 Iooking
22 l с

zd



4b

Unit 6
Reading
аndgesturеs
1 l faсiа|
exprеssions
2 touсhor sounds
З W hatW eW eаr
3a
2 Pаra g rap h1
b Pаrаg rap h 2b Parаgraph
Paragraph
5b



6 1 сhаtrooms 2 Net 3 snаiImаil 4 еmаil
7 l frightеning2 surprisеd3 frustratеd4 boring 5 dеprеssing
6 amusing
Noun

Adjесtivе

оJfeсtion

аffесtionаtе
frustrаted
оggrеssivе
angry
оJrоid/ fеаrJul
nappy
sad

frustrоtion
aggrеssIon
angеr
fear
hаppiness
sаdness

15 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
I
16 'l

H o w| o ngha v еy beenwo
оu
R аndi o ?
r k i ngf o r L o ndo
Whеndidyoubeginpresenting
thеshow?
Whohаvеyouinterviеwеd
sinсеyoustаrtеdwork?
Didyoumееtsomеonеfаmous|astwеek?
popgroup?
youintеrviewеd
yourfavouritе
Whyhаven't
Hоwmanуtimes
hаvеyou
сontaсtеd
thеm?
HavеyouevermetDido?
Whatdid Didogiveyou?

17 l
2
3
4
5
6
7

l hа v en' t s eеn
hеr f o r t wo dа y s .
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fortwoyeаrsbutI,vеnеvеrsеntаn еmаi|.
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wаntedto beа fashion
designer.
London.
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20 1
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Fi na l l y
Firstof all
Аftеrthаt/ Nеxt
Nеxt/Afterthаt

Writing

9 1 fear 2 sаd/frustrаted З affесtion 4 angrу 5 happinеss
6 аggrеssivе
hug

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had
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10 аrms

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19 1 whаttо saу 2 howto soIve 3 whаtto wear 4 howto drivе
5 hо wt o us е 6 whа t t o gi v е 7 ho wt o f i x 8 W hеr еt o go

Voсabulary

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13 studеnts,
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1 8 1 s t i | | 2 у et
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6 felt 7 Wasn,t 8 havеbесоme9 wаntеd 10 gotinto
11 hаven'tbeen12 didyoumake 13 invited 14 paid
,|5 hаvеnevеrstopреd16 hаd 17 'vebееnworking
-l8 ,vebееnpаinting 19 'veaIreаdy
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up

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Unit 7

11 l youshа kеthеirhаnd . 2 Youwаvеyourhаnd. 3 Yousсrеam.
4 Youshutyourеyеs 5 YouсIenсhyourfist. 6 Youfrown.
7 Yougroanor sigh. 8 Younodyourheаd

Funсtions
12 l hоwlоng 2 howdiffiсuIt3 howеxpensivе4 Howfar
5 Howpopular

Reading
1 1 | t ' s i nt hеEа s t I ndi еs , 9 6 0 k i I o m еt r еs f r o m А us t r aliа .
2 Hеworkеd
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аsatraderforthе
3 |tWasimportаntbесаuse
оf itsnutmеgtrееs,whiсhwеrеveryrarе
andthеirfruitwasvеrуvаIuabIe.
4 Hediedof injuries
afterhеwаsshotbytheDutсh.
of Run.
thеDutсhtоokсontrоI
5 Тhеyсapturеd
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beсаusе
6 ThеDutсhkеptRunаftеrthесonfliсt.
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Voсabulary
4

5
5
7
I

Nouns

Vеrbs

Adjесtives

adventurer
heroism
sourсe
band
nеgotiаtions

surrеnderеd
wondеr
stаrve
survivе
injurеd

forgotten
сourageous
remote
insignifiсаnt
neg|есtеd

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1 forgotten 2 сouragеous3 remotе 4 insignifiсаnt5 nеgIесtеd
1 аdventurеr2 sourсe 3 heroism 4 bаnd
1 сonneсtion 2 starvаtion 3 survivаI 4 invo|vеment
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Wa|tDisnеy'
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RаyKroс
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tempеrаturе
23.Сin summer,
Niсknаmе:
ТheWindyСitу
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fаmousfor itsskysсrаpеrs
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pеop|е,
сosmopoIitan,
vibrаntсitywithinterеsting
buiIdings,
popu|аr
сuIturаl
аttrасtions,
lаndmаrks
аnddivеrsе
neighbourhoods

Funсtions
10 'l bесаrеfuInotto 2 remеmbеr 3 remembеr
/ don'tforget
4 Wаtсhout 5 mаkesure 6 tаkесarе

Grammar
11 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
B

18 1b 2с 3d 4a
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ansWеrs

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19

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quaIifiсаtion
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сondition
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l n i s h еbdy n е xtw e е k .
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bythefire.
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b y S i mo n ?
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dеsigned
by?
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WiIlyoubеfinishеd
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2
3
4
5
6
7

whеnwаstеIеvision
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How|оngdid it tаkеto dеvеlop?
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broаdсаst?
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theInternеt?
Whеnwasthеidеаdеvе|opеd?
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4
5
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Funсtions
11 lс

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12 students'
ownаnswеrs

Grammar
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f who g whosе
1 4 l t hа t / whi с h 2 who 3 whi с h 4 who 5 whi сh 6 wh o
7 whiсh 8 thаt/ who/ whom 9 whiсh/ thаt 10 whiсh

9 by

1 5 1 T her unnеr who wo nt hеgo
I d | s po k et o t hе p r e ssb e for
m еdа
еthе
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.. :
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eхаmined
thedаngerous
сornеrwhеrе
thесyс|is:
fаI|еn
off/ fе|Ioff hisbikе.
3 Тhеtеnnisrасquеt
whiсh/ thatVеnusWiIIiаms
usedto win
Wimbledon
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bythereportеr.
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thewomаnwhosesonсlimbedЕverest.
/ Тhеreporter
5 Mysistеr,
whоwаspromotеd
|аstmonth,bought
a newpairof skis./
lr4ysister,
who boughta nеwpаirsof skis,wаspromoted|аstmonth.
perfоrm
6 Gymnasts
handstаnds
on ringswhiсh
/ thаthаng2.7mеtrеs
аbovethefloor.
7 The.jаve|in
isa throwing
evеnt,
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of throwing
а speаrin hunting.
8 |\4iсhae|
hasа brothеr
whoisyoungеr
5сhumасhеr
thanhim.
9 | rесently
wentbaсkto thestаdium
whereI plаyеdmyfirstgamеof
professional
footbal
l.
10 Сhampionship
аrеp|аyed
on соurts
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squаshmаtсhеs
plаstiс
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17 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

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sothаtheсouId
snowboаrо.
Тhеtrаiners
lookedsoаwfulthаtI tookthеmbасkto thеshop.
ZoesаvedhermoneysothаtshесouIdbuya motorbike.
PаuIIookеd
sodiffеrеnt
thаtI hard|y
rесognisеd
him
Тhеfilmwasso bоringthat5uе|еftеаr|y.
jump.
|\4аriа
vеryhardsothatshесouIddothеpаrасhutе
trained
gеtfit.
Lukеhasjoinеd
a gymsothаthеgеts/саn
lt'ssowindythаtthetennismаtсhmightbeсаnсеIlеd.
|'mbuyingаtrасksuitsothаtl
саnstагtjogging.
| t'ssoсo|in
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18 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

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u nеg еjеu mp .
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mеto tаkеup bаskеtbаIl.
sportstеaсhеrenсourаgеd
MiIliоnsof viеwеrswatсhеd|\,4ikе
Frostgo sky.surfing.
Сouldyoutе|lAmyto mееtmeat thесаfё?
(сorrесt)
Мy bеstfriеndа|wаysmаkesmeteIIhеrmy seсrets.
PIеаsе
|еtme hе|pyouсarrythosеbаgs.
PаUIinvitеdmeto go rollerblading
in thеpаrk.(соrreсt)
|\4у
brothertaUghtmеto p|аyfootbа|l.

Funсtions
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Iitеrаturе2 plаywrightsЗ poеts 4 works 5 bеstsе||еrs
6 сontеmporary7 serious 8 novеls
1

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5 аrekееping
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5 |earnit bуhеаrt

Funсtions
10 1 b 2 d З а 4 e 5 с

Comparingpiсtures
11 studеnts'
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Grammar
12 2 wou|dsау З wouldn,t
bе 4 werеn't 5 wоuidbe/were
6 wou|dfind 7 knew B wou|dn,t
sign 9 Werеn't
/ Wаsn,t
10 didn'trесоgnisе11 сould 12 сou|d 1З were/was 14
1 5 wо uI dt hi nk
13 ,t сеriwishеs
shеhаdа diffеrеnt
lifе.
2 |f I wеreyou,I wouIdn't
watсhso muсhteIеvision.
З |f.John
Wentto thepаrty,
hewouIdеnjoyit.
4 I wishl hаdа tiсkеtforthеpopсonсert.
5 |f l соuIdsing,l wou|dbеа fаmouspopstаr.
6 TimwisheshесouIdgoto FIorida
on holidаy.
14 1 |tl сouIdсhoosе
аnyjob,l'dbеa popstаr.
2 lf thеydоn,tarrivеsoon,thеy,||
missthеfi|m.
3 lf hеwasn,t
bаdtеmpered,
hewouldhavemorеfriends.
4 If it rаinstomorroщl Won'tgoswimming.
5 Ifуouwаshthеdishеs,
|'||drythеm.
6 LifеwouIdbеeаsyif I werеriсhаndfаmous.
youwon,tfа||over.
7 |f уoUskiсarеfuIly,
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16 l
3
4
6

сouIdp|аytheguitаr 2 didn'tIivein theсity
wou|dсomeoutmorеoften
l wеrеn't
drivinghоmе 5 didn,thavеto reаdit
wou|dmindhisownbusinеss7 hаdmoremoney

17 l wou|d... rаthеr 2 prеfer З wоu|dprеfer 4 prеfеr
.
5 wo ul dr а t hеr . .t.hа n 6 pr еf еr s . t. .o 7 pr ef еr . .to
2 t е| | s 3 s а y , t а | k i ng4 s a y 5 s pea k 6 t а t k
2 s а y 3 t е| l 4 t a | k s 5 s peа k s 6 s a у

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аndwа|ks
over|аvаflows.
3 l зооmеtrеs 2 Еtnа,Vеsuvius3 globаlwаrming,
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6 unprеdiсtab|е
7 hazаrdousB unсonсеrnеd9 piсkapаth
10 hеsitаtе11 еxсhanging12 rе|аtivеsаfеty

Voсabulary
6 1 preсаutions
2 hеa|th З immunisations
4 сho|еrа 5 firstaidkit
6 insесt
rеpе||еnt7 еmеrgеnсy
mеdiса|
kit 8 sterilе 9 Аvoid
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sunstrokе 11 skinсаnсеr
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3
4
5
6

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сhесkthе
younееd
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а firstаid kit
mеdiса|
kit
an еmеrgеnсy
аvoldtарWatеr
in thеsun
bеvеryсаrеfuI

8 1 impаtiеnt2 irresponsib|е
3 inасtivе,
unprеdiсtab|е
4 impossib|e
5 iIlеgibIe6 disorganised
9 1 studiеd 2 intеrеstеd3 workеd 4 toapply 5 wаsoffеrеd
6 Wrotе 7 |ookedforwаrdto
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Shеаddеdthаtshеhаdon|ysеntа tеXtmеssаge.
Аngiеpromisеd
thatshеwouldhе|pmеwithmу prоjесt.
Shеreсommеnded
thаtthеуstаrtworkon it.
Robеxp|ained
thathеwаsIаtеbесаusе
hisalarmсIoсkwаsbrоken.

workbook
kеy
аnswеr

16 1 Тhеtouristinfоrmаtion
offiсerreсommendеd
thаtwevisitthе
modеrnагtgal|еry.
goingtо thе bеaсh.
suggеstеd
2 Bеаtriсе
thеnеwnove|by МartinAmi5to us.
3 Dаvidreсommendеd
4 Аngе|a
suggеstеd
thаtKаtejoins/ joinеdthеtеnnisсlub.
finishtheexerс|ses
5 Thetеасhersuggestеd
thatthestudеnts
аt hom.
6 DidStephеn
suggest
tаkingа tахito hishouse?
7 Тhedoсtorreсommеnded
eаtingа hеаlthdiеt.
mееting
thесinеmа.
8 | suggеsted
outside
1 7 whеn Iheindirесtobjесr(her)сomеsbefore thedi rесtobjесt(a book),'lс .
а book,уou
nееdto аdс.
do notneedthеwordto,butwhеnhеrfo||ows
prеpоsitionа|
phrasе.
18 1 gavеthеtеасher2 askеdmуfriеnd 3 boughtZoe
4 suggestеd
аn ideаtо 5 showedmy ho|idаyphotosto

Funсtions
19 I
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

I thinkit'sdreadful
l seeWhаtyoumeаn,but
Do y o uW а nt
it'sinсrеdibIе
|'mafrаidl сan'tаgreе.
Т ha t ,whа
s tl t hi nk
Persona||y,
l fееlthаtit,sеssеntiаl
buton theothеrhаnd
I f i ndi t

2o l
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3
4
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| саnsеewhаtyoumeanbut
You'reprobаb|y
right
I'mаfrаidI disagrеe
АbsoIutе|y
Тhаt,sfinе

21 sаlesassistаnts:
enthusiastiс,
effiсient,
smагtappеаrаnсe,
сomputеrIiterаtе,
in sаlеs
еxpеriеnсе

1 3 z shеhаdnеvеrplannеd
it asа саrеer
3 whatsheenjoyеd
mostaboutthejob.
pаndаs
4 shеWasplanning
to photogrаph
in Сhinа.
5 whatthеmostremotеp|асеshеhadbеento wаs.
6 shеhаdbeento Аntаrсtiса
thеprеvious
уеаr.
7 i[ьhеhаdhаdаnуdаngеrous
еxpеriеnсеs
B onсеin Аfriсаshеhаdbееnin hеr,jeep
9 whаtshehаddone.
10 thеrehаdbееnnoсhаnсe
of еsсapе
photogrаphеrs.
11 whatаdviсеshеwouldofferto youngwildIifе
12 thеyshouIdn't
takеunnесessаry
risks
,13 it
tаkеdаysto gеtthеrightpiсture.
сouIdsomеtimеs
-t
14
sаlIywantеd
to knoWWhеrе
shесouIdbuya mobiIеphonе.
2
3
4
5
6
7

l,vеbееnworking
hereforthrеemonths.
job?
Isit a fuI|time
(No)it'sjustа summerjob.
Whаtdidyoudo bеforеyou
started
thеjob?
I usеdto bеа studеnt,
Havеyоueаrnedа lotof monеу?
No,I hаvеn't
butI getfrееmеаls.
Doуoulikеfastfood?
N o ,I do n' t .

Writing

Grammar
1 2 lt

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pаtient'
prob|еп..
Rесеptionist:
rе|iаbIe,
сonfident'
deаIwithсustomеr
takеtеlephonе
еnquiriеs
journaIi5t:
Assistant
intеrеstеd
in journaIism,
exсеlIent
Еnglish,

flеxiblе,
workunderprеssurе,
worklonghours
in deа|ing
withсustomers'
22 нotе|rесеptionist;
shehasеxperiеnсe
prob|ems
{ro*
аndtеlephonе
enquiries;
shеhаsdеаItwithсomp|аints
hotе|duringthеsсhoo|
ho|idаys
сustomеrs;
shеworkedin а IoсаI
23 ltor 2аt 3in 4on 5in
1'l in 12 ln 13 in 14 Io
24 Studеnts'оwn
аnswеrs

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