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ELEMENTARY

Answer key
Unit 1 Who are you?

3
a isb
isn’tc
isd
aree
aren’t

1
1 C2
D3
A4
B

Young billionaires

2


1

a
e
i
m

are you
I’m not
are you
I’m

bI’m
fyou’re
j Are you
n I’m not

c Are you
g are you
k I am
oyou’re

dI’m
hI’m
l I am
pYou’re

4
a I’m notb
You’rec
You’re not
d We aree
We aren’t

Numbers

1
a 30b
14c
15d
60e
17
f 80g
19

2
a eighteen eighty
b thirteen thirty
c sixteen sixty

3
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h

two hundred
three hundred and fifty
four thousand, three hundred and thirty-five
four thousand and thirty-five
two point five
two point five six eight
six point zero zero five
three point zero nine

4
See listening script 1.06.

5
See listening script 1.07.

6
Conversation 1: £3.50
Conversation 2: $60.45
Conversation 3: €2.50
Conversation 4: €30,000

Brand value

1

a 1,453b
28

2
a Who
d Is he

b How old
e How much

cWhere
f What kind of

3
a
b
c
d
e
f

Dustin Moskovitz
30
He’s American.
No, he’s engaged.
3.8 billion dollars
Technology

5
a areb
isc
isd
is
e aref
isg
ish
is
i arej
arek
are

6
a He isn’t
d She’s not
g They are

bShe’s
eIt’s
h They’re not

c She is not
f It isn’t

7
a It’sb
He’sc
They’redIt’s
e It’sf
She’s

Spelling

3
1 J2
P3
X4
U5
D
6 L7
Y

5
Message for: John Evans
Caller’s name: Guillermo Moleda
Caller’s company: Promax Electronica
Message: Please call him back.

6
1, 4, 10, 6, 2, 8, 5, 7, 9, 3

Language links
Vocabulary

a 100b
98.38c
93.2d
sevene
20

1

2

1 b

2c

3a

4b

dollars, profitable, valuable, worth
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ELEMENTARY

2
a
b
c
d
e
f

Practice 3
’s; surname
’s; first name
’s; job; ’m
Are; married; am
’s; phone number; ’s
’s; email address; ’s

3
a
b
c
d
e
f
g

It’s from Italy. It’s Italian.
They’re from England. They’re English.
He’s from Germany. He’s German.
It’s from Sweden. It’s Swedish.
It’s from Argentina. It’s Argentinian.
They’re from Switzerland. They’re Swiss.
She’s from the USA. She’s American.

4
a
b
c
d
e
f
g

a German car
a Dutch team
an Argentinian footballer
a Finnish company
a Dutch cheese
an English singer
a Korean city

5
/eɪ/ A, J
/iː/ E, G, V
/e/
L, S
/aɪ/I
/uː/U

Grammar
Practice 1

a isb
arec
isd
am
e aref
isg
areh
are

Practice 2
a
b
c
d
e
f
g

It’s Monday today.
She isn’t married./She’s not married.
I’m the production manager.
You’re late.
We’re from the head office.
They aren’t colleagues./They’re not colleagues.
We aren’t at the conference./We’re not at the
conference.

a
b
c
d
e
f
g

Is he an accountant?
Is he Portuguese?
Are they the manufacturers of the product?
Is she the manager of this department?
Is she happy in her new job?
Is Anita good with computers?
Are they/we late for the meeting?

Practice 4
a they
e It

bShe
fI

cIt
git

dHe
hthey

Unit 2 Anytime, anywhere
Mobile phone etiquette

2
Do

4
Situation 1: Photo B
Situation 2: Photo A
Situation 3: Photo D
Situation 4: Photo C

5
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k

Just a moment
call you back
Speak to you
about that
It’s; here
Where are you
don’t worry
Speak to you
text it to me
I’m on
pick me up

Connected or addicted?

1
Regular verbs in Present Simple form: refers, publishes,
looks, use, means, checks, looks, gets up, checks, gets
dressed, checks, eats, checks, takes, doesn’t leave, goes,
sends, uses, Does/enjoy, say, feel
Third person plural: use, say
Third person singular: refers, publishes, looks, means,
checks, looks, gets up, checks, gets dressed, checks, eats,
checks, takes, doesn’t leave, goes, sends, uses, Does/enjoy

2
a sb
does; doesn’tc
Does

3
a shop
e spend

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btrust cupdate dtweet
ffollow gupload hshare

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ELEMENTARY

4

Practice 2

a updates bspends cuploads dtweets
e shops
fshares gtrust hfollow

Smartphones and tablets

4

Does Ana have children?
Does he live in the country?
Does he work in sales?
Does she speak Chinese?
Do they drive to work?

Practice 3

Why I want a tablet: Statements b, e
Tablet? Not for me!: Statements a, c, d

a
b
c
d
e

5
a
b
c
d
e
f

a
b
c
d
e

light
basic
fantastic/perfect/cool
limited
efficient
powerful

Yes, he does.
No, she doesn’t.
No, he doesn’t.
No, she doesn’t.
No, they don’t.

Practice 4

Language links
Vocabulary

1
answer, call, phone, switch off, use, turn on: your mobile
answer, take, make: a call
answer, call, phone, text: a colleague

a
b
c
d
e
f
g

drive
has
lives
doesn’t work
doesn’t study
don’t play
doesn’t speak

Unit 3 Daily routine

2

1

a
B
A
B
b
B
A
c
B
A
d
B
A

a falseb
falsec
false
d truee
false

Can you hear me now?
Ah, that’s better. You cut out.
Yes, the signal isn’t very good here.

2

Pedro, I’m in a meeting. Can I call you back?
No problem. Speak to you later.
I’m in the office.
Oh, so am I. See you in a minute, then.

make; call
meeting; conversations
public; exit
turning; off
send; receive
Keep; brief
help; numbers
hospitals; allow

Grammar
Practice 1
a study
e flies

blives
fuses

1

2

3

shares a desk







works flexible hours







has own coffee cup







3
a
b
c
d
e

No, I’m afraid it isn’t.
Ah, wrong number. Sorry.

3
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h

Conversation

Do you work flexitime?
Do you have your own coffee cup?
Do you work regular hours?
Do you use plastic cups?
Do you have your own personal desk at work?

A day in your life

1
1 b2
i3
a4
e5
d
6 j7
c
8 g9
h10 f

2

cgoes
gsends

dlisten
hdrives

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a
d
g
j

begins
runs
reads
leaves

b get up
etakes
hinvolves
klikes

clistens
f turns on
imakes
lenjoys

Answer Key

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ELEMENTARY

4
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k

2
do you get up
What do you have
How do you get to
long does it
you do; you get to
What does
do you have
do you do in the
What time do
do you relax
time do you go to

6
a
b
c
d
e
f

clear; desk
languages; speak
read; emails
watch television
spends; time
eat; breakfast
travel abroad
cut; costs
see; friends
play tennis
turn on; computer

3
often
usually; sometimes
always
sometimes
usually
often

7
Sentences a and c are correct.

8
a before

bafter

9
a
b
c
d
e
f
g

a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k

always
sometimes
often visits
usually
sometimes
never
sometimes

How many, how often?

3
a endb
writesc
repliesd
arrive
e switch
f find
greplyingh
receive
i sendj
replyk
answerl
do

4
The writer’s answers to 2 would be: a true, b true, c true,
which may or may not be the same as students’ answers.

Language links
Vocabulary

a flexibleb
stressfulc
tradition
d routinee
productivef
organization

4
a at/byb
inc
byd
to
e forf
ong
withh
in

Grammar
Practice 1

a 3b
5c
4d
1
e 8f
6g
2h
7

Practice 2
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h

What time do the meetings start?
How do you get to the station?
Why do you work on Saturday?
What do you have for lunch?
When does she see her boss?
Who do you see on the train?
Where do they make the presentations?
How does she relax in the evening?

Practice 3
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j

Where does he work?
What time does he get up?
What does he have for breakfast?
How does he get to the hospital?/How does he get
to work?
Why does he walk to the hospital?/Why does he walk
to work?
Why does he stop work at 11?
Where does he have lunch?
Who does he have meetings with (in the afternoon)?
When does he play tennis (in the evening)?
What does he do at/for the weekend?

1
a 3b
6c
1d
4e
5f
8
g 2h
9i
10j
7k
11

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ELEMENTARY

Practice 4
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j

He often travels by plane.
I usually go out with friends on Friday.
My boss is often out of the office.
We always have an office party at Christmas.
They don’t often send faxes these days.
I am always tired in the morning.
She doesn’t usually have lunch in the office.
I never go on holiday in August.
He is late for work every Friday.
I go to the cinema once a month.

Unit 4 Eating out

1 Choose; Look
2 Ask; order3
Book; Plan
4 get; Wait5
put; turn6
talk; relax
7 signal; Pay

7
1 I’ll show you where the photocopier is.
2 So you put your card in here and then type in your

code.; Enter your username here and then your
password.
3 This is …, he/she’s starting today.; Can I introduce …
to you?
4 Why don’t we have lunch in the canteen? Let’s go and
have some lunch.

Unit 5 The conference
1
a The IACC is the International Association of Conference

Centres, which represents members in the conference
centre industry. To be a member, centres have to meet
certain criteria. They can then benefit from advertising
via the organization’s website.

Is everything all right?

2

1
1
2
3
4
5
6

steak
squid
(a cup of) expresso
(a bottle of) (mineral) water
a salad
fish

2
a 3b
2c
5d
6e
1f
4

6
a fish; 3b
meat; 2c
squid; 1

7
a
b
c
d
e
f

not sure what I
really sorry; afraid I don’t
it’s really not a problem
I didn’t say anything
afraid I’m allergic to
can have a salad

Workplace Scenario A:
Show me the ropes
2
1 b2
a

3
a
b
c
d

All of the things are mentioned apart from fishing,
a swimming pool and tennis courts.

3
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h

106 kilometres.
Yes.
Seven (one large and six small meeting rooms).
No.
There are 40 single rooms and nine double rooms.
Yes. (The whole hotel has Wi-Fi.)
Yes. (There is a luxury dining room.)
Yes. (There is a fitness centre, coffee shop, two lounges
and a games room.)

4
a Blommagård.
b in the centre of Sweden, between Stockholm and

Gothenburg
c 20, with space for 10 to 1,200 people
d projectors, video and Internet connections in all the

meeting rooms
e 210 guest rooms
f a dining room for up to 500, another separate
restaurant
g a golf course, a fitness centre, a pool

5
a British native speakers usually use have/has got

in speech.
Ten o’clock.
At the airport.
He’s on holiday.
He’s the Web Manager

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b We usually use have/has in written English.

6
a doesn’tb
Doesc
gotd
Has
e isn’tf
Isg
areh
Are

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a Has it got a big meeting room?
b There are 20 meeting rooms.
c I suppose they’ve got all the usual services and
d
e
f
g

equipment.
Has it got a restaurant?
There’s a dining room which seats up to 500.
It’s got a separate restaurant as well.
There isn’t a spa.

9
a It’s gotb
It has; gotc
has
d There ise
has got

10
The best conference centre for the situation described is
the Nygården Conference Centre, as it is the only one with
a meeting room big enough for 250 people.

Language Links
Vocabulary

1
a facilitiesb
internationalc
transport
d citiese
bedsf
concerts
g restaurants

2
a detailsb
By the wayc
I’m afraid
d Ree
Best wishesf
hope you are well

Grammar
Practice 1

a areb
isc
isn’td
are
e isn’tf
areg
isn’th
is

Practice 2

1 A2
E3
C4
D5
F
6 H7
G8
B

a
b
c
d
e
f

2

Practice 3

A conference trip

1

a
b
c
d
e

the outward flight
the return flight
Give my regards to Sam.
Go ahead and book the flights.
Have a good trip.

3
Email A: Can you let me know …?
Email C: Please confirm …
Email D: Could you see …?
Email E: Can you find out …?/Would you mind …?
Email F: Please get back to me …

Checking the details

1
a
b
c
d
e

do you have/are there
have
Are there/Do you have/Does your hotel have
Is there/Do you have/Does your hotel have
Is there/Do you have/Does your hotel have

Conference breakfast

a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i

Is there a restaurant in the conference centre?
Is there a lift in the building?
Are there showers in the bathrooms?
Is there a gym in the hotel?
Are there taxis at the airport?
Is there a business hotel in the centre?
He’s got an Audi.
They’ve got an office in London.
Has she got a company car?
He’s got a well-paid job in the city.
I haven’t got a mobile phone.
Have you got broadband?
It hasn’t got a restaurant.
Have they got a web page?
She’s got three different email addresses.

Practice 4
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j

The Concord Hotel has 46 rooms.
The Regent Hotel has got 78 rooms.
The Regent Hotel has got a restaurant.
The Concord Hotel doesn’t have a restaurant.
There is a swimming pool in the Concord Hotel.
The Regent Hotel doesn’t have a swimming pool.
The Concord Hotel has a car park.
The Regent Hotel doesn’t have/hasn’t got a car park.
The Regent Hotel has/has got a business centre.
The Concord Hotel doesn’t have/hasn’t got a business
centre.

2
a Because they have low energy levels.
b Because they are more likely to eat snacks, which have a

lot of calories.
c wholegrain cereal and/or toast, low fat milk or yoghurt,

fruit and nuts or peanut butter on toast

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ELEMENTARY

Unit 6 Can you or can’t you?
A job interview

1
a Yesb
Noc
Nod
Noe
No

2
a can useb
can; makec
can build
d can’t; Can; usee
can’tf
can’t; can type

Who do you trust?

1
a ‘Fat cats’ are directors of large companies / big company

bosses.
b They get too much money and they can’t be trusted to

pay pensions.
c Rich people are less worried about how much
executives earn.
d Because they have little experience of life and business.

2

1
a 5b
8c
7d
2e
1
f 4g
6h
3

5
a 2b
3c
1

Applying for a job
a
b
c
d
e
f
g

I would like to
advertised on
Please find
attached document
I look forward to
With regard
Could you please

h
i
j
k
l
m
n

Further to
do not hesitate to
Best regards
Regarding
I regret to say
I’m afraid you
take this opportunity
to thank

Language links
Vocabulary

1

Conversation

1

2

3

Corporate bosses
earn too much.







You can trust
business leaders.







3
a
b
c
d
e
f

Identity theft

1a flightb
airportc
tripd
earn
e cardf
relaxg
email

2
a applyingb
skillsc
programsd
train
e typef
speakg
financial

3
Can; questions
don’t know; suppose
Do you think
What do
don’t think; no
opinion

What can you do?

1
1 b2
c3
c4
c

2
A busB
medicalC
car parkD
money
E taxiF
postG
informationH
sleep

3
You can get a bus.
You can post a letter.
You can get medical help.
You can get information.
You can change money.
You can sleep.
You can take a taxi.

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a 3b
8c
4d
6e
2
f 5g
1h
7

Grammar
Practice 1
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i

He can type with his feet.
She can see you now.
We can’t trust politicians.
Can I leave my bag here?
She can’t finish the report on time.
You can’t park here.
The machine can produce 250 units a minute.
I’m afraid we can’t give you a refund.
They can’t stay.

Practice 2
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h

can’t speak
can play golf
can’t touch-type; use social media
can’t drive
can do
can’t make web pages
can play golf
can’t speak; can

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ELEMENTARY

Practice 3

a haveb
doesn’tc
can
d hase
aref
is
g doesn’th
cani
don’t

Practice 4

a Yes, it is.b
No, it isn’t.c
Yes, it is.
d Yes, they can.e
No, they don’t.f
Yes, they do.
g No, they aren’t.hYes, there are.i
Yes, it is.

Unit 7 Entrepreneurs
1
Conversation 1 C
Conversation 2 B
Conversation 3 A

6
a 1b
1c
2d
1e
3f
2
g 1h
1i
2j
1k
3l
2
m 3n
1o
1p
1q
1

7
a didb
didn’t

8
See listening script 1.39.

Company history

2
a 3b
2c
4d
1

3
a joinb
branchc
supplyd
brand

2
a Wasb
wasc
wasd
was
e wasf
weren’tg
wereh
Was
i weren’t

3

4
a afterb
before

5
See listening script 1.40.

They are in the Past Simple tense.

4
a wasb
werec
wasn’td
weren’t
e Wasf
Wereg
wash
were

5

6
a
e
i
m

1971b
shopc
1982d
marketing
Milanf
1985g
17h
2002
1%j
47%k
100l
fortieth
the USn
17,400o
2013

a wereb
wasc
Wered
was
e wasf
Wasg
wash
Were

IKEA

The Body Shop

a IKEA sells home products (furniture, accessories,

1
a 3b
4c
5d
1e
2

2
a She was a British entrepreneur and businesswoman.
b She was well-known because she was one of the richest

women in Britain and her Body Shop franchise was very
successful.

3
a
b
c
d

-ed (worked, trained)
-d (described, included, divorced)
-ed (travelled)
-ed (remarried)

4
a
d
g
j
m
p

marriedb
openedc
helped
offerede
wantedf
talked
continuedh
recognizedi
purchased
causedk
testedl
announced
startedn
diedo
called
campaignedq
inspired

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bathrooms and kitchens). It is a home products retailer
and furniture manufacturer.
Franchise owners own the stores.
b, c, d Students’ own answers.

2
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n

1943
a simple mail-order service
furniture
its first catalogue
the first flat-pack furniture
in Almhult
Oslo
45 million
Anders Moberg
1991
www.ikea.com
e-shopping
USA
253

Answer Key

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ELEMENTARY

Unit 8 Hotels

Language links
Vocabulary

Things go wrong

1
adjecological n* franchise
v inspire
adjfashionable
adj industrial
n* catalogue
v affect
n*brand
*sometimes also v
** sometimes also noun

v establish
n branch
v**join
ncontroversy

2
a
d
g
j

ecologicalb
establishedc
catalogue
fashionablee
controversyf
branch
franchiseh
industriali
join
affectsk
inspiresl
brand

Grammar
Practice 1

a wasb
were; was; weren’tc
were; wasn’t
d wasn’t; wase
was; wasf
were
g wasn’t; wash
was

Practice 2

a suppliedb
joinedc
startedd
served
e changedf
openedg
expandedh
opened
i slowedj
closedk
continued

Practice 3
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h

I didn’t receive your email.
The story didn’t appear in The Times.
The plane didn’t arrive on time.
He didn’t close the door.
She didn’t answer all the questions.
We didn’t study at the same university.
The machine didn’t work very well.
They didn’t agree with the proposal.

Practice 4
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h

What did he study at university?
Why did Marie stop working?
When did they finish the job?
Who did he play golf with?
Where did Alex and Sean stay?
What time did the presentation start?
How often did Dick visit the client?
How long did they wait for the plane?

Practice 5

a Can
bhas
cDoesd
did
e dof
Wasg
wereh
Have

1
Conversation 2: The room hasn’t been paid for.

2
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j

registration form
a wake-up call
double
floor
Do you need
served
a good stay
two nights
credit card
breakfast

k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
s
t

booked and paid
doesn’t say
check
key
reservation
passport
book a table
all right
that’s fine
get someone

4
A:
B:
A:
B:

Good morning. Would you like to sit over here?
Thank you.
Would you like some orange juice?
No, thanks, but I’d love a coffee. And have you got any
cereal?
A: Yes, sir, we’ve got muesli, corn flakes or Rice Krispies.
B: Muesli, please. Oh, and some toast.
A: Certainly, sir. Which delegation are you with?
B: I’m with Price and Whitney.
A: Thank you.

Complaining

1
1, 4, 6, 8, 9, 7, 3, 2, 5

3
a 6b
4c
2d
3e
1f
5

Workplace Scenario B:
Put your heads together
1
a 4b
3c
2d
1

2
1 T2
F3
F

3
a Twenty.
b There’s no record of it and the machines will not arrive

for four weeks.
c She thinks Brian forgot to put the order on the system.
d He wants her to call him.

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ELEMENTARY

4

Education

3, 1, 6, 4, 2, 5

1

5

a ten
b two years

1 aim2
time limit3
chance
4 agenda5
decision

6
a
b
c
d
e

an important customer
will possibly
smaller
a 10% discount
this week

7
Hannah uses: b, d, e, f, h

8
Tip 1 d   Tip 2 b   Tip 3 f   Tip 4 e   Tip 5 h

Unit 9 What happened?
Yesterday

1

2
a
b
c
d
e
f
g

He went to schools in different places all over the world.
A boarding school.
Yes.
Hull, in the north of England.
Engineering.
Yes.
He didn’t like engineering.

3
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h

Where did you go to school?
What type of school did you go to?
Did you like school?
Where did you go to university/college?
What did you study there?
Did you enjoy university?
How hard did you work?
Did you get a good degree/qualification?

a 3b
2c
7d
4e
6
f 1g
5

Product history

2

a beganb
madec
gotd
became
e thoughtf
sawg
caughth
found
i took

a It’s evening.
b She made a million-dollar deal, had lunch in Maxims to

celebrate and bought furniture for her new office.
c He tidied the house, ate a sandwich at home for lunch,

looked after the baby, went shopping and cooked the
dinner.

3
a microwave ovenb
Post-It notesc
WD-40
d Gatoradee
Velcro

4

3
a
b
c
d
e
f
g

1

tidied (regular)
made (irregular)
had (irregular)
went (irregular)
cooked (regular)
looked (regular)
bought (irregular)

5
a gotb
wentc
leftd
saw
e metf
had

6

a What did Percy Spencer have in his pocket?
b When did the first domestic microwave oven become

available?
c Which company did Dr Silver Spencer work for?
d Who did Art Fry present the bookmark idea to?
e How many substances did the scientists try before they
f
g
h
i

produced WD-40?
Why did the Florida football players get tired?
What did Ray Graves’ research team create?
When did George de Mestral notice the seeds on his
clothes?
How long did Velcro take to become a popular product?

a got up; got to work
b see; Did you; did; had lunch

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Language links
Vocabulary

Practice 4

a No, he wasn’t an engineer; he was a farmer.
b No, he didn’t become a manager; he became an

1
a 5b
8c
9d
2e
3
f 4g
7h
6i
1

2
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i

million-dollar deal
bulletin board
energy drinks
tropical heat
household products
company executives
research team
university degree
chocolate bar

c
d
e
f
g
h
i

apprentice.
No, he didn’t hate engineering; he hated farming.
No, he didn’t build his first bicycle; he built his first car.
No, he didn’t begin production of the Model T; he
began production of the Model A.
No, the Model A didn’t sell badly; it sold well.
No, it didn’t take 15 hours to produce a Model T at first;
it took 14 hours.
No, it didn’t fall from $2,000 to $500; it fell from
$1,000 to $360.
No, it didn’t grow slowly; it grew rapidly.

Practice 5

a did; getb
Did; havechadd
told
e didn’t thinkflostg
did; doh
found
i did; take
jmadek
spentl
wrote

3
a tob
at; on/inc
aboutd
over
e afterf
with; on
gonh
for
i to; inj
from; to
k After; forl
on

Unit 10 Travelling light

Grammar
Practice 1

a 2b
1c
2d
2e
1

Across:
1 bought
2 gave
6 wrote
7 drank
8 lost
Down:
1 became
3 found
4 fell
5 cut

2
12

13

14

15

19


understood
had
left
grew
spent

21
took
22
read
23
sat

9
10

11

16


swam
built
forgot
went

17

18

19

20


began
came
sold
cost

leftb
becamec
spentd
built
hadf
foundg
beganh
sold
tookj
cutk
fell
grew

Practice 3
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h

a anyb
somec
anyd
any
e somef
ag
anyh
any

3
a ab
somec
any

Practice 2
a
e
i
l

1

did Henry Ford leave school
did his father give him
did he build his first car
did the profits reach $1,100,000
did he decide to do in 1909
did it take at first to assemble a Model T car
did the price of the Model T fall between 1908 and 1916
did Henry Ford die

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1
a pair of shoesb
suitc
tied
skirt
e shirtf
jacketg
blouseh
socks

4
a manyb
manyc
muchd
much

5
a countableb
uncountable

Check it in or carry it on?

2
a Hb
Cc
Hd
He
H
f Hg
Ch
Hi
C

Packing?

1
1 e2
b3
g4
c5
f
6 a7
d

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ELEMENTARY

3

Practice 3

Emergency shopping

a muchb
manyc
manyd
much
e manyf
manyg
manyh
much
i much

1

Practice 4

1 b2
a3
c4
b5
b

Conversation 1: The traveller has a coffee stain on their
jacket.
Conversation 2: The traveller forgot to bring an adapter.
Conversation 3: The traveller forgot to bring a charger.

2
a
b
c
d
e
f
g

a stain on this jacket
spilt some coffee
an adapter for the plug; left it
perfect; Can I give it back to you after the
got a charger for this; forgot to pack
it will work
How much is it

Language links
Vocabulary

a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l

build your career
a business trip
business travel
log on to
consequences
casual
destination
invites you
a (weather) forecast
a challenge
close a big deal
dress code

Grammar
Practice 1
a
d
g
j

any; someb
anyc
any
somee
any; af
any/some;some
someh
anyi
a
an

Practice 2
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i

any flights
any ink
some news
Some people
some/any juice
any information
some; presentations
some petrol
some tablets

1 a2
h3
c4
g5
i
6 d7
e8
b9
f

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2
a 4b
6c
2d
5e
1f
3

3
a They can take out insurance against bad weather.
b By temperature, hours of sunshine, wind speed or

amount of rainfall.
c In some countries, the climate is very changeable and
weather information isn’t very reliable.

4
a wind, windyb
rain, rainyc
snow
d sunnye
coldf
warm

Comparing the weather

1
a coldb
warmc
wetd
freezing

2
Conversation 1: Frankfurt
Conversation 2: Frankfurt, then Helsinki
Conversation 3: Spain

3
a
e
i
m

coldb
coolc
colderd
freezing
warmerf
wettestg
coldh
warmer
hottestj
hot
khotterl
driest
drier

4
Conversation 1: colder than; warmer than
Conversation 2: warmer than
Conversation 3: hotter than; drier than

5
Conversation 1: the wettest (cities)
Conversation 2: the hottest (summers)
Conversation 3: the driest (summers)

7
See the table on page 73 of the Student’s Book.

11
more + adjective + than

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ELEMENTARY

12
a Video conferences are cheaper than face-to-face


b
c


d



meetings.
Face-to-face meetings are more productive than video
conferences.
Video conferences are more convenient than face-toface meetings.
Travelling by train is quicker/safer/more comfortable
than travelling by car.
Email is easier to use than the telephone.
The telephone is more expensive than email.
Email is more useful than the telephone.
Working at home is more efficient than working in
an office.
Working at home is lonelier/more lonely than working
in an office.
Working at home is more relaxing than working in
an office.
TV advertising is more effective than Internet
advertising.
TV advertising is more costly/costlier than Internet
advertising.
TV advertising is more entertaining than Internet
advertising.

Grammar
Practice 1
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m

more difficult
noisier
cleaner
prettier/more beautiful
lighter
further
cooler
narrower
sadder
slower
cheaper
more dangerous
older

Practice 2

What’s it like?

a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h

1

Practice 3

e



a verbb
preposition

2
a What was your holiday like, George? (like is a
b
c
d
e

preposition)
What was the weather like? (like is a preposition)
Did you like the hotel? (like is a verb)
And did you like the food? (like is a verb)
What are the people like? (like is a preposition)

a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i

quieter (than); the quietest
more economical (than); the most economical
more comfortable (than); the most comfortable
quicker (than); the quickest
noisier (than); the noisiest
cleverer (than); the cleverest
more exciting (than); the most exciting
duller (than); the dullest
Toyota; heavier
Ford; longer
Ford; widest
Mazda; higher
biggest; Ford
Toyota; most powerful
Toyota; more economical
Mazda; best
Ford; most expensive

Language links
Vocabulary

Unit 12 On the road

1

Picking up a hire car

a
d
g
j

warm/hotb
changeablec
hot/warm
higheste
warmerf
higher
maximum
hcooli
coldest
Rainfallk
drierl
sunny

2
a ski resortb
exchange ratec
weather forecast
d peak periodeenergy sector
f Company profits

3
a 1b
5c
3d
6e
7
f 8g
2h
4

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Advantages
It may be cheaper to hire a car to visit several cities.
You can travel when you like without having to wait for
trains or keep to the train timetable.
You can park at your hotel rather than having to walk there
or take a taxi from the station.
A car is easier if you have a lot of luggage.
You can use the car to get around the city and perhaps do
some sightseeing or drive out into the countryside.

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ELEMENTARY

Disadvantages
You have to find somewhere to park.
You may have to return the car to the same branch of the
car-hire company.
You can’t relax on the journey in the same way as you can
on a train.
You can’t enjoy the scenery as you travel.
You may have to pay a lot to park the car.
If you have an accident, you have a big problem to deal with.
You have to drive on the left-hand side of the road, which
may be unfamiliar.
You have to obey a different set of traffic laws.
If the car breaks down, you may be late for your meetings.
You have to find your way around in a strange country.

Workplace Scenario C:
You can’t miss it

2

Map A is correct because Ansor Street is the second road
on the left, not the third.

a On the Internet.
b No.
c Yes, he gets an upgrade – a better car for the same

money.
d £500.
e In the car park, on the right as he goes out.

1
a oppositeb
next toc
on the left
d on the corner

2
a 2b
1c
3d
4

3
1 a2
c

4

5
a 3b
1c
4d
2

6

3

Hardwick Avenue

a driving licenceb
Petrolc
tank
d insurancee
scratchesf
speed limits
g fines
h breakdown cover

nk

Problems

1

Jellico Street

You could have an accident.
Something could go wrong with the car, e.g. a flat tyre.
The car may not be suitable for your needs (wrong size or
type of car).
The car could be stolen.

station

7
a Tb
Fc
T

8

2
A flat tyre.
At the Welcome Inn in Chichester.
In the hotel car park.
He plans to have a long drive tomorrow.

Hardwick Avenue

The solution is for Mr Larson to take the car to a garage
about a mile from the hotel.

4
a
b
c
d
e

not very convenient
they are expecting you
do it immediately
Do you want me to
please call back

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nk
ba

Filbert Street

3

Welford Road

a
b
c
d

ba

Filbert Street

4

Welford Road

1, 2, 7, 9, 11, 12, 10, 5, 14, 3, 4, 13, 6, 8, 15

Jellico Street
station

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ELEMENTARY

Unit 13 Getting there

Tell me about your journey

1

1

explanation 3
animals 5
afraid 2
leaves 4
late 1

2

2
a On a train.
b No. The train is late, having stopped for a long time

without moving.

4
a Overcrowding causes stress, and uncomfortable and

unreliable trains cause tension.
b As a result, commuters suffer from high blood pressure,

anxiety and fatal heart conditions.
c They pay high prices for a poor service.
d It isn’t profitable. It is cheaper for them to pay fines for
running overcrowded trains.

5
a overcrowdedb
heart ratec
commuter
d unreliablee
season ticketsf
fine

6
a fineb
heart ratec
unreliable
d overcrowdede
season ticketsf
commuter

Timetables

1
a True.
b False. The last train arrives at South Station at
c
d
e
f
g

13 minutes to 11.
True.
True.
False. It has four stops before South Station.
False. Seven trains stop at Ruggles in the morning.
True.

2
a
b
c
d
e

What time does the first train leave Needham Heights?
What time does the last train arrive at South Station?
How long is there between trains in the early morning?
How long does train 606 take?
How many stops does the 5.35 from Needham Heights
have before South Station?
f How many trains stop at Ruggles in the morning?
g How long do you have to wait if you miss a train after
8 pm?

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train, motorbike, scooter, tram
bicycle, bus, rollerblades, tube/underground
a takeb
ridec
drived
walk
e byf
on

3
a tob
fromc
intod
out of
e onf
off

4
Note: These are the suggested answers in the context of
journeys to work. There are further possible combinations
with more unusual contexts, e.g. drive into a bus (= cause
a road accident by crashing your car into a bus), but these
have been omitted.
go to work, go to the office, go to town, go into work, go
into the office, go into town, go out of the office, go out of
town, go on a bus
walk to work, walk to the office, walk to town, walk into
work, walk into the office, walk into town, walk out of the
office, walk out of town
drive to work, drive to the office, drive to town, drive into
work, drive into the office, drive into town, drive out of
town, drive a car, drive a bus
ride to work, ride to the office, ride to town, ride into work,
ride into the office, ride into town, ride out of town, ride
on a bus
get to work, get to the office, get to town, get into work,
get into a car, get into the office, get into town, get out of
work, get out of a car, get out of the office, get out of town,
get on a bus, get off work, get off a bus

5
walk out of (the house), get into (the car), drive to (the
station), get out of (the car), walk into (the station), get on
(the train), get off (the train), walk … to (the office), go on
(foot), get to (work), get (a bus)

6
a outb
intoc
tod
out
e intof
ong
offh
from
i toj
to

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ELEMENTARY

Pros and cons

1
+



car

fast, comfortable, possible to listen to the radio, private

difficult to park, expensive, tiring

train

ecological, fast, possible to listen to the radio, possible to
read/work, safe

expensive, inconvenient, uncomfortable, unreliable

bicycle

cheap, ecological, healthy, private

dangerous, hot and sweaty, inconvenient, slow, tiring,
uncomfortable

2
a
b
c
d
e

the advantages of using
best thing is
one problem is that
it depends if
worst thing

4
Martin Janssen: motorbike; taxi; train
Jane Stevens: car; train; tube
Sally Somerfield: underground
Dave Smart: tram
Treasa Chaytor: bike

5
Speaker

Transport type

Journey time

Advantages

Disadvantages

Martin Janssen

motorbike

25 minutes

fast and easy to park

bad drivers (especially taxi drivers)

Jane Stevens

car

45 minutes

relaxing, can plan her day, can
listen to music

traffic

Sally Somerfield

underground
(tube)

1 hour

can watch people

dirty

Dave Smart

tram

10 minutes

people chat and have conversations nothing bad, so it doesn’t provide
a topic of conversation at dinner
parties

Treasa Chaytor

bike

15 minutes

the journey wakes her up, she uses
cycle paths, so no traffic worries

can’t do it when the weather is
really bad, no showers in the office

6
a
b
c
d

How do you go to work?
How long does it take you?
What are the good things about it?
What are the disadvantages?

7
1 Japan2
North America3
Europe

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ELEMENTARY

4

Language links
Vocabulary

1
Across:
2 cancelled
5 train
7 catch
Down:
1 passenger
3 connection
4 delayed

10
economical
11
tube
14
reliable

16
traffic
17
route

6 carriage
8 commuter
9 motorbike

12
drive
13
get
15
bus

a journeyb
minutesc
travel
d Commuterse
driversf
crowded
g seath
bus

3
a 5b
2c
4d
7e
8
f 1g
3h
6

Grammar
Practice 1
I drive to work.
In Japan, few people go to work by car.
Johan cycles to work.
I walked from here to the centre yesterday.
I go to work by bus normally.
The best thing is to take a taxi into town.
A lot of people go/travel from Oxford to London by
train every day.

Practice 2
a
d
g
j

use
is changing
experiment
are reducing

What are you doing?

1

2

a
b
c
d
e
f
g

a
b
c
d

late; tob
to; onc
on; rides
from; toe
took; intof
into; rain
into; meetingh
out; intoi
trains; to
to; train

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Disruptive technology

2
a Metal or plastic.
b To create prototypes and to produce parts with complex

shapes.
c The advantages are better performance, less weight, the

process is more efficient and companies can save a lot
of money.

3
a 1b
2c
1d
2e
2

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Conversation 2 d
Conversation 3 a
Conversation 4 f
Conversation 5 b
Conversation 6 e

2
Conversation 1: are you feeling; ’m taking
Conversation 2: ’m finishing
Conversation 3: ’m phoning; am I speaking; ’m calling
Conversation 4: ’m calling; ’re not recruiting
Conversation 5: are you doing; ’m sending
Conversation 6: ’re waiting

24 hours

1
a
b
c
d

are having a shower
are working
are eating
are sleeping

3
a 2b
4c
1d
5e
3f
6

Is life improving?

1
a
d
g
j

is improvingb
is gettingc
are spending
are living
e are dyingf
are changing
is risingh
is going
i are working
are gettingk
are recyclingl
are buying

Language links
Vocabulary

a 3b
5c
1d
4e
6
f 7g
2h
8

Grammar
Practice 1

a 5b
4c
6d
2e
7
f 8g
1h
3

Practice 2

a enjoyingb
playingc
stoppingdselling
e driving
fdrinkingglearningh
organizing
i buyingj
smoking kusingl
tidying

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ELEMENTARY

Practice 3

a is goingb
I’m listeningc
works
d are you doing
e I’m lookingf
Do you like
g speakh
he’s asking

Practice 4
a
b
c
d
e

doesn’t
are; am
am; Do; am; don’t
doesn’t; Do; don’t
is; are; Do; don’t

Practice 5
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h

do (you) earn
is standing
is working; Do (you) want
live; like
Are (you) using
is ringing; am doing
are (you) talking; is phoning
do (you) read

Practice 6
a
b
c
d
e

Where do you work?
How hard does Pedro work?
We don’t have a 3D printer at work.
What are you doing after work?
Sorry, you can’t speak to Encarna. She’s talking to
a client.
f Joe’s an IT consultant. He works from home.
g Right now, Joe isn’t working. He’s on holiday for
a month.
h I’m enjoying my job a lot at the moment. It’s very
interesting.

6
a He wants to come in to work late. He uses the words

‘Does it matter if I …’
b He’s got toothache. He’s going to ring the dentist for

an appointment.
c ‘Well, it can’t be helped. Don’t worry.’

Sick leave and business

1
a 3b
5c
1d
7e
2
f 6g
4h
8

2
a1
Women under 40 take more time off than men

under 40.
2Employees who work in public services take more
time off than those in private companies.
3Workers who belong to unions take more time off
than those who don’t belong to unions.
b The most common reason is colds and flu.
c People who are off work for long periods are a bigger
problem.

4
a 6b
5c
3d
1e
2f
4

5
a trade unionb
average costc
public sector
d absence rate
eshort-termf
company policy

Who are you going to call?

1

Unit 15 Work and health
Phoning in sick

to be at home, to be ill, to be sick, to be well, to feel ill, to
feel sick, to feel well, to phone in sick, to stay at home, to
stay well, to take time off, to write a sick note.
Other possibilities, but with meanings not related to the
topic, are to feel at home and to write well.

1

2

a He doesn’t feel well/thinks he’s got flu.
b Students’ own answers.

a She decided whether you should go to school or not if

a ’m going to stay
b ’m going to phone
c ’m going to take

you felt ill.
She phoned the school and wrote sick notes.
b It’s hard to decide how ill you are and what the effects
of staying at home will be.
c They think that they are pretending to be sick so that
they can have a day off.

3

3

a futureb
decided

a Your motherb
the teacher

4

4

2

a
b
c
d
e
f
g

Where are you going to have dinner tonight?
What time are you going to leave work?
Who is going to make the dinner tonight?
What are you going to buy?
When are you going to have a holiday?
When are you going to retire?
What is your company going to do next year?

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2c
2d
1

Who decided you were too sick to go that day?
Who decided you were well enough to go again?
Who phoned the teacher or wrote the sick note?
Who takes these difficult decisions?

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ELEMENTARY

6
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i

Practice 3
Who do you work for?
Who is your boss?
Who pays your travel expenses?
Who does your company make car parts for?
Who are your most important clients?
Who did you see yesterday?
Who phoned you this morning?
Who tells you all the office gossip?
Who do you phone when you’re sick?

Language links
Vocabulary
have: flu, a headache, an appointment, a temperature,
backache, a cold
feel: ill, okay, better, sick, well
take: a pill, something for it, vitamins, it easy, an aspirin
stay: in bed, inside, at home

2
had; an aspirin
feeling; stay
feel better
have (an) appointment
feels
temperature
stay
have; vitamins

Grammar
Practice 1
a
b
c
d
e
f

What are you going to do?
Are you going to look for a new job?
Who is going to come?
What are you going to talk about?
Which airline are you going to fly with?
Is someone going to take you to the airport?

Practice 2

a I’m not going to buy a new car next year.
b She isn’t/She’s not going to go to Zurich on business
c
d
e
f
g
h
i

Practice 4
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h

Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.
Yes, I/we have. / No, I/we haven’t.
Yes, I did. / No, I didn’t.
Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.
Yes, I am. / No, I’m not.
Yes, he/she is. / No, he/she isn’t.
Yes, he/she does. / No, he/she doesn’t.
Yes, I am. / No, I’m not.

Practice 5

1

a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h

a Didb
Arec
doesd
doe
is
f areg
Didh
Ami
is

next month.
I’m not going to take the bus this/next time.
He isn’t/He’s not going to wear jeans to this/the next
training course.
I’m not going to make the coffee for everyone today.
We aren’t/We’re not going to see Jean this/next
weekend.
The company isn’t going to give you a pay rise this/
next year.
We aren’t/We’re not going to be there this/next week.
I’m not going to work a 14-hour day in this/my next job.

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a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l

When did Joaquin write the report?
What did Joaquin write?
Who wrote the report?
Who did Mr Evans phone?
Who phoned the hotel?
Why did Mr Evans phone the hotel?
Where is Dario going (to visit)?
Who is going to visit the factory in Poland?
What is Dario going to visit in Poland?
Who is going to meet the Chinese delegation?
Who is the boss going to meet?
When is the boss going to meet the Chinese delegation?

Unit 16: Up in the air
1
a The flight is cancelled.
b Bad weather which makes it difficult to fly.
c Later flights (with a night in a hotel if necessary)

or flights with different airlines.

4
Situation 1 b
Situation 2 e
Situation 3 a
Situation 4 c
Situation 5 d

5
a 3b
5c
4d
1e
2

Airports

2
a
b
c
d

On its first day of operation.
The baggage check-in system failed completely.
They advised them to travel with only hand luggage.
Up to four hours.

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ELEMENTARY

Workplace Scenario D:
On top of things
1

5
a hadb
startedc
decided
d has usede
sold
f have become
g invitedh
grew

Positive feedback: I’m very impressed with your work.;
We all think you’re making good progress.; Keep up the
good work.
Negative feedback: I noticed some problems with your
work.; This work isn’t the usual standard.; We need to make
sure this doesn’t happen again.

6

2

What’s happened?

1 c2
a; d

1

3

a 6b
1c
4d
2e
3f
5

Bob: We want to speak to you about something.; We need
to make sure this doesn’t happen again.; You don’t usually
make mistakes like this.
Jackie: We need your financial reports to be accurate.;
You’re a valued member of the team.; But you didn’t say
anything.
Alan: I don’t know what to suggest.; I’m feeling a bit
stressed at the moment; It’s hard to concentrate on my
own work.

2

4

3, 1, 5, 2, 4

a Bb
Fc
Hd
Be
Hf
F

How the tablet is changing our lives

6

3

Flexitime and working from home one day a week.

a
b
c
d
e
f

7
a part of theb
how aboutc
sounds
d happy for you e does that soundf
great idea

Unit 17: Success and change
From simple beginnings

3
a 2b
1c
2d
1e
2

4
Now she has received an investment of $21m to help sell
her bags worldwide.
The Cambridge Satchel Company has received an
investment of $21m (€12.7m) to break into China …
Cambridge Satchel Company has grown quickly because
the bags are popular with celebrities and fashion designers.
The satchels have appeared in hit TV shows, and the brand
has also worked with fashion label Comme des Garçons.
Deane; who has been in talks with potential investors …
She says the trip has given her the confidence to tackle
the market.

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a set upb
launchedc
tackled
complicated

7
a set upb
launchedc
complicatedd
tackle

a have you metb
has toldc
I’ve missed
d has gone
e I’ve seenf
haven’t seen
g has arrivedh
I’ve had
i They’ve accepted

3
b, c, a, d

4

laptop use has decreased
this has created a need for better Wi-Fi
have changed their minds
have adopted cloud storage
has made data more secure
with hand luggage restrictions have disappeared

Logos
The first logo has the letters ‘BP’ on a white shield.
In the second logo, they’ve put the letters ‘BP’ on a green
shield and they’ve simplified the logo. They’ve changed the
colours to yellow and green and removed the speech marks
around the letters.
In the third logo, they’ve made it more modern and
attractive. They’ve changed the letters to lower case
and they’ve moved them to the side of the logo.
They’ve changed the shield to a flower.

Life goes on

1
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i

He’s set up his own business.
He’s bought a new car.
He’s moved house.
He’s got married.
He’s become a father.
He’s made a lot of money.
He’s stopped doing sport.
He’s put on ten kilos.
He’s learned German.
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ELEMENTARY

The balance sheet

1
a 1; 2; 3b
2; 3; 4

2
a
b
c
d
e
f
g

It’s just under five thousand euros.
It’s about a hundred dollars.
It’s just over five thousand pounds.
It’s around six million yen.
It’s just over five thousand dollars.
It’s about a hundred euros.
It’s just under five pounds.

3
a 5b
4c
2d
6e
1f
3

4
a trueb
falsec
trued
false
e falsef
true

Practice 4
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h

When did Jeff Bezos graduate from university?
Who did he join in 1988?
Where did he set up Amazon?
How quickly did Amazon grow?
Who criticized Bezos for expanding too fast?
What has Bezos cut?
Who has Amazon formed alliances with?
What has Bezos proved?

Practice 5
a
d
g
j

has goneb
have movedc
have modified
has bought
e has changedf
has left
has openedh
have heard
i has learnt
has grownk
has become

Unit 18 It won’t work
The future of the world

2

5
The company’s shareholders should be happy about the
figures.

Language links
Vocabulary

a brainb
carsc
foodd
economy
e spacef
cloud
gConsumersh
Robots
i energyjillnesses

3

a a companyb
a budgetc
a website
d a trade visit
e the investmentf
the brand

a willb
won’t

Grammar
Practice 1

Prediction 3

a
d
g
j
m

setb
buyc
bought
movede
becamef
got
madeh
madei
stopped
givek
gavel
put
learned/learnt

Practice 2
a
d
g
j
m

has builtb
graduatedc
joined
movede
has grown
f didn’t make
often criticizedh
respondedi
finally made
has continuedk
have grownl
has formed
has proved

Practice 3
a
d
g
j

No, it didn’t.b
No, he didn’t.cYes, he did.
No, he didn’t.e
Yes, it did.f
Yes, it was.
Yes, they did.h
Yes, he did.i
Yes, they have.
Yes, he has.

4
5
a don’t thinkb
willc
won’t
d wille
won’tf
I think

How good is your technology?

2
a He is a cyberlaw expert.
b He believes the PC will lose its place in our lives.
c You can download bad software with viruses and

malware.
d They are controlled by the manufacturers; they are

‘locked down’.
e The supplier can easily monitor and control these
applications.
f They need to demand more freedom and not let the big
players dictate the future of the Internet.

3
a configureb
innovationc
install
d controle
approve
freliability
g creativityh
programi
development

4
a reliableb
configurationc
controls
d approval
einnovationf
install

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ELEMENTARY

Using the Internet to sell

Grammar
Practice 1

1
a 6b
2c
4d
1e
7
f 5g
3

2
a
b
c
d
e
f

Speed and security.
Get your publicity on other people’s pages.
Keep it simple enough for your mother to use.
Comments from other customers about the products.
Email, with a reply within 24 hours.
Come back to buy from you again.

3
a conditionalb
resultc
present
d alwayse
when

4
a have; knowb
If; isc
If; realize
d goes; spreads

a boilsb
will signc
will selld
sell
e will closef
goes
g will goh
replace

Practice 2

a 3b
1c
6d
4e
5f
2

Practice 3

a dob
willc
Haved
do
e willf
cang
hash
will
i arej
is

Practice 4
a
d
g
j
m

will winb
willc
will vote
will increasee
will improve
f won’t be
will goh
will people haveiwill it be
will have
k Will there bel
will
will ben
will geto
will fall

Unit 19 Who’s calling?

5

I’m really stressed!

a 7b
8c
6d
5e
3
f 1g
4h
2

2

6
a conditionalb
resultc
future
d dependse
cannot

a
d
g
j

telephonistb
switchboardc
calls
supplierse
five hundredf
responsible
complainingh
fishi
hang
stressk
ringsl
turn off

How we use the telephone

7
a If we offer a discount, we’ll sell more products.; If we

1

offer a discount, we’ll have lower profits.
b If we increase our prices, we’ll lose some customers.;
If we increase our prices, we’ll make more profit on each
product.
c If we advertise more, our costs will increase.; If we
advertise more, more people will know our brand.
d If we use a courier company, customers will get orders
quicker.; If we use a courier company, we’ll need to
charge more for delivery.

a 4b
1c
5d
2e
6f
3

Language links
Vocabulary

4

Across:
1 online
4 Malware
6 configured
9 virus
Down:
2 email
3 cloud
5 innovation

11

15

16

17


Developers
Wi-Fi
tablet
install

7 link
8 reliable
10
smartphones

18
surf
19
software

3
1 Most people answer a ringing phone – they would
2
3

5

choose always or usually in 2 for this.
Most people never turn the phone off – they would
choose never in 2 for this.
Most people don’t mind if the phone rings during
dinner – they would choose don’t mind in 2 for this.
Many people get angry or feel frightened when the
phone rings in the middle of the night – they would
choose get nervous or feel frightened in 2 for this, but
some people get angry and would choose get angry.
Most people are prepared to hang up in some cases but
would choose don’t often in 2 for this.

5
12
download
13
system
14
security

a
b
c
d
e

correct
incorrect (He told John he felt nervous.)
correct
correct
incorrect (I said that you were late.)

6
a saidb
told

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ELEMENTARY

Taking calls

2

1

a Dear Elena,

a
b
c
d
e

0943 691 247
00 44 02158 098 546
602 558 449
08152 278 432 918
00 742 94671 882
b

3
a 2b
1c
3

4
a is thatb
how can I helpc
one moment
d Who’s calling
espeaking
c

5
1, 7, 12, 5, 9, 2, 4, 11, 6, 8, 3, 10, 13

6
a
b
c
d
e
f

Can I speak to
Who’s calling, please
Can I have your
I; phone again
knows me
Thank you

d

a I willb
a promise

e

7
8
a 4b
3c
1d
2

What did you say?

1
a Whob
What company

2
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h

I’m sorry, what dates did you say?
I’m sorry, what day / when did you say?
I’m sorry, what time did you say?
I’m sorry, who did you say?
I’m sorry, what company did you say?
I’m sorry, what area code did you say?
I’m sorry, what extension did you say?
I’m sorry, what reference number did you say?

Urgent messages

1
a 5b
2c
1d
4e
3

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In case you didn’t receive my phone message this
morning, I would be grateful if you could confirm
the reservations for three double rooms in the Hotel
Excelsior and two in the Plaza. If there are any queries,
please do not hesitate to contact me.
Leonardo
Dear Frances,
I’m writing to confirm the details in my message
regarding the price of the new XTR3. Our revised quote
is €1,335, not including VAT. Our stocks are quite low,
so could you let me know as soon as possible if you
would like to place an order?
Best regards, Helen Leeman
Hi John,
I have just left you a message asking if it will be possible
for us to meet tomorrow at 11.30 instead of at 11.00.
I’m afraid it’s difficult for me to get there by 11.00.
I’m out of the office all afternoon, so perhaps you could
send me a text or an email.
Best regards, Jun
Dear Sandra,
I called you but got your voicemail. Unfortunately,
Mr Leavy has got the wrong files for his presentation.
If you see this before three o’clock, please send me the
correct files by email as soon as possible.
Thanks, Yvonne
Jacques,
Did you get the voicemail I left earlier? I need to speak
to you urgently regarding the RCN contract, because
we have a problem with one of the dates. Please phone
me on my mobile as soon as you get this. The number is
06778 921348.
Peter Salisbury

Language links
Vocabulary

1
1, 7, 9, 3, 10, 2, 8, 4, 5, 6

2
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h

company did you say
time did you say
kind; did you say
day did you say
date did you say
colour did you say
who did you say
when did you say

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ELEMENTARY

3
a tiredb
angryc
pleasedd
nervous
e sadf
bored
ginterestedh
relaxed

Grammar
Practice 1

a saidb
toldc
sayd
tell
e tellf
saidg
toldh
tell
i saidj
tellk
told

Practice 2

a ’ll helpb
won’t tellc
’ll give
d ’ll paye
won’t leave
f ’ll take
g ’ll phoneh
’ll checki
won’t forget

Practice 3

a PMb
PDc
PDd
PM
e PMf
PMg
PDh
PM

Unit 20 Accidents will happen
Before you leave

1
a In some countries, you have to pay for healthcare

before you can get any treatment.
b No, they don’t. Many cover emergencies and urgent

care only.
c They should check exactly what their insurance policy
covers.

Workplace Scenario E:
Take the plunge
2
a 4b
7c
5d
2e
6
f 3g
1

3
d, e, b, a, c
The difference with f and g is that they can go in any
position in a presentation and do not have a ‘correct’ order.

4
1 c2
b3
a; c

5
a She asked for more responsibilities.
b She offers to watch Sonali do a presentation and give

her feedback.
c1S2
H3
H4
H
5 S6
S

6
a structureb
keywordsc
subjectd
link
e script
fpointsg
audience

7
1, 5, 9, 10

8

That looks nasty

1, 3, 5, 7

1

9

A pillsB
X-rayC
prescription
D bandageE
chemistF
medicine

2
a 2b
3c
1; 4

3

Hannah is likely to say that overall Sonali’s presentation
is not very well structured, although she did use some
‘signposting’ phrases.
On the whole, the presentation was informative, but Sonali
did not come across as very confident and she didn’t always
speak clearly.
Sonali did not use tips 2, 3, 4, 7 and 8.

a have the numberb
hurt myc
look at
d it hurt
e a bandagef
my pills
g a prescriptionh
a chemist

4
a
b
c
d
e
f
g

hurt his ankle
hospital treatment
an X-ray
lost her luggage
some pills
a prescription from a doctor
the chemist

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