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About this book
• Word Games With English Plus is the fourth book in the Word Games With English series. It is designed to stimulate upper-intermediate learners to practise, activate and extend their English vocabulary.

Pedagogical Basis
• Word Games With English Plus corresponds to the standard demanded for the University of Cambridge ~irst Certificate in English, where students are expected to have a good level of gene~al English vocabulary in the 4000 to 5000 word range. • The words have been taken from the Cambridge English Lexicon (R. Hindmarsh) at levels 4 and 5, from First Certificate in English examination papers and from the most widely-used English as a Foreign Language textbooks. Extensive use has been made of authentic materials, such as travel brochures, information booklets and newspapers, and patterns, of use have been checked in a wide variety of modern dictionaries. . • Word Games With Engl(sh Plus can be used to complement any course at this level, filling lexical gaps arid providing further practice. • Learners are also prepared for the type of vocabulary and the kind of language manipulation that are required for the First Certificate in English examination.

Presentation
• The vocabulary illustrates a wide variety of topic areas and semantic fields: travel and holidays, the media, lelsure activities, tools and appliances, finance etc. • The games develop an awareness of different language forms: phrasal verbs, compounds, prefixes and ~uffixes, homonyms, homophones etc. • Special practice has been given in collocation, lexical choice and appropriacy as these are a major source of error at this level. • There is a wide variety o'factivities: matching, selecting, labelling, cloze testing etc to encourage students to think in English. • The book is suitable for adults and teenagers, for individual or group work, and for varied further exploitation by the teacher, who can use it in class orfor homework. • There is a full answer key and word list, enabling the book to be used for self-study and revision.

you will have to use the English words you know and learn many more. When you have done all you can. refer to the answer key to check and correct your work. Use it to give you ideas and guide you towards the correct solution. Write your answers in the book if there is room or on a piece of paper.matching words. . . iv . Keep the book as a record when it is completed and as a check list of words you should know. Read the instructions carefully before you start each game. And you can always rub out the answers and start again]. Study the example and make sure you understand what you have to do . so do not give up too easily. inserting words into spaces. the other words in the game and the letters needed. Some of the games may take quite a long time. Try to find the answers you do not know by looking at the context. The Word List at the back of the book contains all the words used in the games and is there to help you.To do all the games in this book. finding the missing words etc.

.....CONTENTS Page About this book How to use this book Food ForThought Four of a Kind Word Perfect What's on TV Tonight? Leisure and Pleasure Treasure Hunt Dominoes 1 The Animal Kingdom Guilty or Not Guilty Glidogram 1 The Good Companions Family Gatherings Wordboard 1 Supertrips Do-It.. -t ... h iii iv 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 The Estate Agent Dominoes 2 The British Way of Life Clothing and Accessories The Quarterly Account A Picture Postcard On the Road Two's Company Sayings Mind and Body Train of Thought Wordboard 2 The Travel Brochure Glidogram2 Verb Gymnastics For Short Verb Vertigo 2 Hazards in the Home Reflection 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 18 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 36 37 38 40 41 42 43 44 46 19 20 "_...Yourself Syllable Search Small Ads \I ....4:_ .

To Miranda Belle Argenson and Betty Goodall Stuart .

If you heard these complaints from diners. VEGETABLE CURRY. WINE and COFFEE . FISH.vmY1 (k~ 3 4 2Mi 5 6 _ _ 2 3 1 _ _ _ _ 4----5 _ 6 _ ~1 __I 1 2 3 4 5 6 _ _ _ _ _ .~Odfo/}t For 1 gREAt> examp Ie: r?TkOU!fht A busy restaurant serves the following: MEAT. BREAD. FRUIT. . what would they be talking about? Now choose from the adlectlves below to describe the following in different ways: (some ofthe adjectives be used more than once) For 1 example: a cup of tea a type of cheese a glass of lemonade s/. SAUCES..

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On these T.V. screens, you can see excerpts from an evenlnq' s viewing on several different channels. The titles of the programmes watched by Adrian and by Elizabeth will enable you to identify what each of them saw. Match the screens to the titles then number the screens accordingly. Then look at the group of words on the page opposite. All these words are connected with T.V.

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~ 'k1 ~ry.nI. 4 Use Your Vote Wisely..lIIl"\rrl~ f..X.Q.... 3 Top of the Pops-This Week's Best-Selling Singles. 6~ ~ro~ lu.~ t.J1"poL '(. ~ s":~yotLu. 5 Wish on a Star: A Galaxy of Top Entertainers.~ ~~~ . ~ ~~or-> 8QWl2.. olJ.as\: 1"6 \ . 10 The European Economic Community: A Closer Look.QQJ ~~ v~~ ~~1(j~~ '.QQQJ IJQ~IJJ J. 6 The Masked Raiders' Revenge: Will give you Nightmares! Don't watch alone! ELIZABETH watched th~ following programmes: 7 The Open University Foundation Course.u.S ~ _ QQo.J\e.c. ~ tdkJ ~ 1D1..~N\. vle(? O(\'il ..oc. Challenge: Beat the Clock to Win the Jackpot. A Message from the Leader of the Opposition.. II"'I?'J.a. 8 Athletics: Highlights from the Qualifying Rounds..ewe1" CO~ ~ o<~S--<? S . .TV\T oniqhi? ADRIAN watched the following programmes: 1 The World Tonight: An Up-to-theMinute Report 2 Is it Re~ly a Bargain? Two Teams of Antiques Experts Compete.e.. 12 Evening Worship: Prayers and Thanksgiving._ . Then cross out: 5 4 ~ 3 people who appear orrthe screen people who work behind the scenes parts of a television c::Jonn '.r-i~ l U8 ~ c.~t.lS -bY'oad.r +n~n"i-~. 9 Never a Dull Moment with Desmond the Duck: Fun for Young and Old.tOY 'Oul(\O'() II [JQO[:J...W\.~U OQ ~ J . First cross out the 12 words or expressions which describe the 12 different types of programme you have just identified on the previous page. 0 ::"I j_ ~. 11 I.

or diagonal V For OOVV1.Take 1 letter from each word in the lists below to find 12 popular leisure activities and interests that people enjoy in their spare time.!ll±'il~. to each activity. The same 12 words are also hidden in the word square below._ 12 stamina strength rhythm oxygen body fit exercise gym The words are horizontalC:>. for exaW\ple . The words in the lists are all connected.shops 3 shape decoration earthenware craft wheel fire clay 4 pointed aim score throw pubs _ t. Use this to give you ideas and to check your answers.f:> Ie : c5 aer0b U 59 W a km0d e ud0n9hche5 feh d0futC a rd t amqad r rtr xte 5t tu5kYP 5a bmn 5 n 0 0 j d 5 e t z t C5 pot au t Heinemann lnternatlonal 6 © Howard-Williams/Herd 1989 ..9. 5 championship check mate bishop castle 6 company tame cats stroke _ 7 director critics curtain amateur applause 8 9 10 11 make objects display miniature collect scale clubs cards diamonds spades game hearts fabrics magazines style clothing designers models changes recipe oven boil cake stove apron electricity .' 1 socks needles cardigan thread stitch plain pattem :gloves 2 valuable china fumiture rarity quality beauty objects . vertical 0 .

ple: 1 stable 2 kennel 3 flower beds 4 barn 5 bushes 6 birdbath toolshed 7 8 rake 9 well 10 11 haystack pond 12 greenhouse 13 it's not in asquare along the path 14 or beside the fence 15 and it's not on or under the benches . It is NOT burled in any of the squares containing the things below (1-15).'I'reusure Hunt Treasure is buried somewhere in this garden. Write the letter of each of these squares in the boxes and then cross them out on the picture. FOreXaw. This will tell you whatthe treasure is and you'll find it in the square that is left.

8 © Howard-Williams/Herd 19B9 Heinemann International . .Playa game of dominoes with words instead of numbers to find 17 objects from a kitchen. If you play correctly you'll use all the dominoes.

"I~I~: : H 0 24 25 26 0 F .The Animal Kingdom Look at all the living creatures and classify them according to one of their features. Then match the animals' names with the pictures. The letter spaces and thelrlposlnon will help you. " I I' I I'I~II I I! 23 l1Ht±±E 12 13 A I 14 L ::II".

Occasionally you may have to change the letter order as well.All the answers to this puzzle are connected with crime and justice. foy e.xaWtple: the answer to number 1 isjait (I ~ <ill = mail -m =ait + j = jail) . Find each word by adding (when you see the symbol +) and taking away (when you see the symbol -) the letters shown beside each picture.. ~ J If{ ~ I L l1 t+" c II -e-rt tI\ II I I M-I-L I 10 © Howard-WilliamsfHerd 1989 Heinemann International .

__ ~ _ . I' ~ . II III ~ il-t?-rr ~l-KI1+r A_"_"~ _ -t?/t/-f-est Inor-It/( -(-er• !+~ u+-( I __ riF i IT\. ! -f.L.t? -I- [1 II I. you will be able to read a belief that is at the heart of the British legal systern.». .NotGuilty If all your answers are correct. r 1 1 ~ I .

Complete the Glidogram by looking at the clues. The first 12 words all contain the letters OR and the second 12 the letters ENT (3 at the beginning of the word. 1 24 company or business 2 well arranged 3 spoken 4 line where sky and earth meet 5 deep sadness \ \ \ \ \ \ 8 E9~ 9 inside 6 painful T / I I / / 17 aggressive 16 a remark 21 to amuse and interest 19 psychological 11 more important than others 14 ever-lasting 13 reasonable and proper 12 © Howard-Williams/Herd 1989 Heinemann International . 4 in the middle of the word and 5 at the end of the word each time).

For each of the adjectives below choose the 3 nouns it can be used with.f' a high price and a high standard. deep: 3 powerful 8 tidy 14 :0" 4 remote 5 aggressive 11 dull 9 steady 10 false heavy For ex@l11.ple ~ 1 h0k C'. 1 high 6 12 dry plain 2 expensive 7 13 bright. J idea light eyes improvement progress job K hotel meal car N .) (We talk about a high temperature.The Good Companions Certain adjectives are only used with certain nouns.

beetle and bee are all insects and cross out~ as a snail is not an insect. fly. butterfly.In these groups of 7 words. circle the word which includes the others and cross out the word which does not belong to the same family. .xaWlf~: 1 circle~as ant. china saucer vase napkin jug sight touch sense hearing greed hatred 15 coal 14 © Howard-Williams/Herd 19B9 Heinemann International . . • 1 ant fly (fusecD butterfly frog 3 trout whale salmon cod tuna fish acrylic ribbon velvet silk linen material erica Malta IreIand Am envy honesty virtue bravery kindness sympathy 11 launch cab tandem sledge coach ~ehicle tram . fur e.

Complete the word and select another completely different definition from those given below.__ s _ WITH GREAT ENERGY A SICK PERSON A POINTER ON A CLOCK s _ c _ NOT SPARKLING A SMALL STALL A MEDICAL PROBLEM 1® CALM QUIET LOOK AFtE}D TO PASS A PENALTY BLONDE A PLATFORM IN A THEATRE . F-. You have the.first letter and one of the meanings given on the wordboard.WOfRDBOARD Mj_N_Q l The words you are looking for have 2 meanings..

. ~ JUum tad mmuie.~ l. © Howard-Williams/Herd 1969 Heinemann International .. ali 16 ~Je broJ..t s w'b.r: ! ~ .Beci [J 4 /x23Id.T case at home. And when 't.5 complctlV\. HOLIDA Y INSURANCE HOLIDA Y INFORMATION 11 22 23 24 25 12 Children's Reductions Luggage Medical and Other Expenses Cancellation and Curtailment Charges Baggage and Personal Money Personal Accident Benefit It's Ruben's first day working for SUPER TRIPS Travel Aqancy.)'OUV7Z/7lf!J cna.rtcl /i.SUPER TRIPS Your contract with SUPER TRIPS Paying the Deposit Paying the Balance Changing Your Booking Cancellation 5 Complaints 6 Conditions of Carriage 7 Carriage of Animals 8 Price Guarantee 9 If We Change Your Holiday 10 If We Cancel Your Holiday FAIR TRADING AGREEMENT 1 2 3 4 I' 20 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 Seat Allocation and Specification Smoking Travel Documents Care for the Disabled Special Diets Ground Floor Accommodation Single Rooms Entertainrrient Passports. which sections of the SUPER TRIPS FAIR TRADING AGREEMENT does he need to consult? ft)( eXaVlAple: /: See. 80 !ml. In order to answer the points raised in this letter from a disatisfied customer.. ~tll}(xi the ~ t:errlj c&~ anr:/ nov/" COJ7't wfiB U5e ffjht =r=: OTIc!r JaY76 me an aisLe :Jed 1-I!ien I wanf. Ole WlndJw..en .yecl at Ik U :Jht dwmb. d.NO.

TRIPS In the afternoon. Where will he find the e: A= 4-'and 23 Ca... he has to deaf with lots of different queries.vu\l-atlov\ . .

Sam is a good handyman and has just made this kitchen cabinet for his new flat.1 18 © Howard-WilliamsfHerd 1989 Heinemann International . 8-- 4-=:::::::. Follow the numbers. Can you complete the word grid with the names of all the materials and tools he used.

L ~~_L~ establlshiand light and put out? sit and get through? payor accept? perform or __ _. The first syllable of each word is marked in bold.. Join the syllables by tracing through them to find the answers to the questions. LAT(ON SI+IP 1 2 3 4 5 C What can you break off? What can you What can you What can you What can you recover from? \JllL-_. divided into syllables.._ __ ~ What can you make or break? What can you take and develop? What can you conduct and play in? 11 What can you put in and have rejected? 12 What can you catch and get over? 13 What can you hold or interrupt? 8 9 10 r . .• .X&mp Ie '..Sy-Ila-ble 1~RE search There are 15 nouns in this' honeycomb. Pol' e.

pedigree. fog lights. note pads. 4 hot pia tes. _____ . loudspeakers. child's seat. Decide which small ad. they belong to and number them accordingly. carry cots. pump. calculators. Anew secretary typed them and made some mistakes! Now the boss has asked you to correct them. 4 high-backed chairs. labels. sri. pot plants. M. timer. .T. rubbish cleared.bulbs. oak smoked salmon. Then put each word with its correct small ad. The details below were left out completely. . 4 NATURAL FARM PRODUCE.ANNUAL SALE. 5 JUST PASSED YOUR DRIVINGTEST? Be different! Buy a Morris Minor 1954!Tax and 11 GOOD HOME WANTED for 8 year-old. chimney servicing. duck eggs. Appointment diaries. pipes. ladies. Two careful owners. sideboard. turntable. _____ .Look at these 12 short advertisements from the small ads. 12 OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND STATIONERY: CLOSING DOWN SALE. vaccinated. beige black Collie bitch. 9 BICYCLE. teddybears and other soft toys. Organic. spades and forks. high chairs.M. folding pushchairs. playpens. section of a local newspaper. excellent condition. also tools. extending oval table. prints ready in minutes. solid oak free range auto-focus lovely temperament 20 © Howard-Williams/Herd stereo headphones 3-speed filing cabinets self-cleaning oven 1989 CD free estimates low mileage dolls rakes Heinemann International . First circle the word that is out of place in the ad. 6 THE GARDEN CENTRE . exotic species. drinks cabinet. Soil. stainless steel frame. compact disc player 7 DINING SUITE. Re-Hling. animals and fat-free yoghurt. 1 COOKER.O.' home-grown fruit and vegetables. case. Everything must go. 10 EVERYTHING TO WELCOME THE NEW MEMBER OF THE FAMILY: prams.U. in the space provided. tele-lens. _ window cleaning. Bargain. cheese. basket. _ bodywork. dual cassette. . grill. radio. F.~ 2 MUSIC CENTRE. Hundreds of bargains. plastering. 8 ROOFING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE. typewriter ribbons. 3 INSTANTAMATIC CAMERA. filters. Due to owner's illness. _____ . .

... A j( CD -r ~ fur eXCU110'!e: .v ) C U ~ ~ OlAf:. r.::: [ I f!] k ..reelrir9)z..~1 ~ (. 0 G ~ ~ ~ ~ .. fl1~~:. . ) L! n l~b!t:l'hJor9Qt1iS\!.. The two verbs share the same three prepositions or adverbs. c M E I ( rw ~ ~ E..ake a hold J]J !3 -r CZJ ( B R E ~ ~ f2J S0 ~ 0 C!l(we~~her.~ i G ( -S' .. The words and pictures beside each group will help you to find-the answers. 1J i i -r u fJ] R N~ e R I N ~ ~ .Va r bV B rt i g 0 1 Do phrasal verbs make you dizzy? Climb the ladder step by step.

For eX&Wtple: wheelchair users = 6 (facilities at the airport) 0 coinless cardphones 0 real ale 0 allowances 0 gate numbers 0 free trolleys 0 chapel 0 x-ray machines 0 pastries 0 security search 0 red channel 0 landing card 0 take-away 0 brand names 0 A3 trunk road 0 reclaiming VAT. So what do you think happened to the secret documents? Work it out alone' or with a partner. First read the policeman's notes on the page opposite and trace Mr X's route on the plan. then compare your ideas with the solution in the answers. When the police stopped Mr X the parcel he was carrying was empty. 22 © Howard·Williams/Herd 1989 Heinemann International . 0 fully sign-posted 0 boarding card 0 check-in 0 wheelchair users [rJ beverages The police are waiting on the second floor of Gatwick Airport terminal for Mr X who is strongly suspected of carrying a parcel containing secret documents. is the fourth largest in the world. 35 miles south of London. To help you to be able to find your way around an international airport make sure you can put the following words and expressions into 6 groups.Gatwick Airport.

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7 Independent second floor flat in a modern house in town. Shop in a rather quiet area of town. tVOVlSporb.Here are 8 properties for sale. An old-fashioned cottage in the countryside. for 1 2 3 4 5 6 eXOJMj>!e: Spacious blAV1. Small terraced house that/oaks unusual. 1:::: Picture G and would be written as: . Top floor apartment in expensive area. commercial premises unspoilt rural surroundings panoramic detached converted town-house convenient for public transport of character select spacious sought-after all major amenities self-contained compact a listed period fast-growing penthouse 24 © Howard-Williams/Herd 1989 Heinemann International . 8 Holiday villa with a nice view near shopping centre and sports complex with swimming pool.ga(oVJ coV\v&Vlief'\c foy pUlofic. A separate house in a popular area. Remember that you want to sell them so you have to make them sound as good as possible I Big bungalow close to bus stop. Match the picture with the description and then rewrite the items in italics as you would expect to see them in an estate agent's window.

DOMINOES 2 Now playa game with these 17 dominoes to find words connected with gOing on holiday. If you play correctly you'll use all the dominoes. For eXC)Vl1ple: .

and electricity boards the highest award given by the Queen for bravery • c 4 b the nationalgas c 9 a b a b c 5 .P.C.a b c c a b A Trade Union is an import export agreement an exhibition of commercial products an organization of workers 10 A public convenience is acharity a public toilet c a pub 26 © Howard-Williams/Herd 1989 Heinemann International . the most valuable prize in a game c a 7 A Building Society is an organization that preserves historic buildings ' house or flat a house joined to the house next door 2 An M.' 6 a b A Tory is a numberedticketin a lottery a coin worth £2 a supporter of the Conservative Party a ® c a b The Union Jack is the central chamber of the Houses of Parliament the flag of Great Britain and Northern Ireland .SE is a system of examinations for school children . is a Mem ber of the Police a Master of Political Science a Member of Parliament b a business which lends money to buy a c a b c a 3 A public school is a state school a private school a religious school New Scotland Yard is the material used to make bagpipes the headquarters of the police in London a measurement of length A zebra crossing is a place to cross the road safely a television screen for black and white reception a design of two bones used on flags 8 G. for 1 eXOwtp(e.What do British people mean when they talk about the following? Circle the correct answer.

Fill in the missing letters using as clues the articles of clothing. parts of clothing and footwear and accessories that are illustrated. .Clothing and Accessories This crossword has been completed without any consonants. Number each one to show its position in the crossword.

00 a month or you can always send a higher or lower amount to be used where the need is greatest.become a sponsor. showing his expenditure and receipts over the last three months. And for a mOl1e1)saving discount price that we believe is unbeataMe! 28 © Howard·WiIliamslH erd 1989 Heinemann International . and by filling in the balance each time. powerful way to react. Our sponsorship rate is £7.(H~ 2 [)D~OV\ If you believe in crisis prevention.racb 1 1 re{e.rsto ~V\~ j+e. Each of these short extracts refers to one of the items on the account.if the money is going out. Can you match them? For e>CC!Wlple'.I. ITEM AMOUNT IN (+) IN£ 4000 1100. You can order with thefull knowledge and certainh) that tllet) will offer you thesame quality and oalue as your Stretch Covers and will coordinate your living room beautifully. News T.Y.V. 8xl:.V\Ol.VV1. 90 375 120 55 75 45 35 55 30 350 55 400 500 90 350 120 110 267 OUT(-) BALANCE Salary Rent for last quarter Direct Debit (Telecom) School Fees Insurance Premium Road Tax Family Allowances Overtime Annual Subscription D. Licence Fee Interest from Savings Account Charity Donation Garage Bill for Car Repairs Membership Fee Photography Circle Credit Card Withdrawal . there is a simple.Below you see details of Peter Williams's quarterly bank statement.C. Purchase Travellers' Cheques Answer Phone Rental Settlement of Quarterly Account "Maximarket" Parking Fines Subscription Executive Health Plan Mail Order (curtains) Credit Card Debit + 4000 2900· 65 65 If you are correct. Complete this by writing + if the money is coming into his account and. the final balance will show the age of majority in Britain.

2 He has children.it card taken away. on the other hand. the waiting list is less than 8 weeks. The Cardholder will also pay immediately any outstanding excess over the Credit Limit. 4 If. He is in debt to the telephone company. 6 He has at least 2 different accounts. our plan will pay you £22 for every night you stay in an NBS hospital. You should now know enough about Peter Willlarns to be able to answerthe following questions: YES NO REASON 1 He is out of work at the moment. 10 He gets regular copies of a handyman's magazine. 8 g He will probably be going abroad soon. . 11 His 1V is illegal. X He receives a 5a(a~!J 3 He lives in rented accommodalion. You can use this money as you wish. not less than 5% of the amount shown. 4 He does his own car repairs.Account 3 The Bank will normally send a monthly statement to the Principal Cardholder who will pay within 25 days following the statement. 7 He has had his cred. 5 He receives money from the state.

This postcard has been written in pictures not words. Can you read it? 30 © Howard-Williams/Herd 1989 Heinemann International .

Part of a car also worn on the foot.. Part of a car also found on the head of a rhinocerous.\a. Something horrible to find on your windscreen. Read the clues and cross out the correct word or words on the road each time..e.: It's under your right foot. . (brake) A problem when it's flat.roSSl~ SlrJ.9~)N~ tyve c. Where you carry a bike on a car..& 20 21 22 23 plafe ~ sp~re 01tCe( e-al. DOUBLES zebra dual head 15 exhaust 12 13 14 _ _ _ _ Find the second part: 8 traffic --' 9 windscreen 10 number ~_ 11 steering ~_ C ROAD SIGNS _ Identify these road signs: ®~E> 16 17 18 n 19 .On the Road There are many specialized words connected with roads and transport. I((jbd. A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 B WHATISIT? : Forexa~le.. The flfth tyre.

match it with the noun from column C and then choose the correct adjective. 1 A B leaf aid up minded headed privileged necked flavoured eating rise in producing dimensional bedded breaking angle C children lens tiger team ice-cream man flats cinema countries room professor truck kit picture notebook shirt 1J9 ---- --- man high three absent wide oil open record loose chocolate drive pick twin bald under first B 32 © Howard·WilliamsJHerd 19B9 Heinemann International . Start with the picture. The pictures illustrate 16 nouns with which they are frequently associated.· Here are 16 compound adjectives with the two parts mixed up. taking the first part from column A and the second part from column B.

. 1 lEIlEIIvlcllol 10lHIIsiAIsi ILl lEII ! II III IGI 1 2 101iEIsi HILI IwlDI lEIINIITIMIIKI IAlsl H lEI I 2 . somethina aood can alwavs .0 c loVld has ifJ.bl Ivl INI10 lEIlsi III ITIMI ILl I 3 4101HILI 101. For exaVV\f'e. then match them with the correct explanation (A. (~Xp!B\IOOOvt D) . You shouldn't criticise something you've had for nothing. However bad something may appear. C or D).Sayings If you match each line ot boxes at the top at the page with a line of boxes at the bottom of the page you'll be able to read 4 well known English proverbs. 1 IKI I III ITI 0 lsi I INI IHII 1 ITI 16 7 I IvllRI I ILl lul.IAI II 1IIlvilRILI INIINII 7 8 IITlllolj. B.'{lVev- I {vti~.HI IRIlEI I I ITI IEIMI lui H4 1 5 IINI I IwI ILl loll 1 1lsi loll H lEI I lui H IRI5 61101 IT.3 III IslNI lui IE.: I T 7==.sIIIRIIIIIGIIvIIRllpIILIIIIIIKI 8 0 10 11 1 0 A· Don 't wony about something bad that has happened if there's nothing you can do about it. s.AIGI IFI.EVer. one hopeful sign means that everything is going to go right. Work out what they are.

= I JI:.P calmness Q sympathy R discretion S anticipation T nervousness For e. E weakness F terror Grage H disagreement I panic J irritation K strong emotion L relief M obstinacy N grief 0 dismay . 34 © Howard-Williams/Herd 1989 Heinemann International .xaWtpIe : A !NoYViev. toot VI-\~ bre~Vt ~IV~.At this party all the guests are talking about their feelings by using expressions connected with the body. Find somebody expressing: A wonder 8 disbelief C surprise D disgust.

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. : 1 Clock is to tick as dog is to: a roar bgrunt @growl Man is to chap as child is to: a friend b pal c kid d guy 2 3 B/untis to sharpen esIoose is to: a tighten b find c lengthen d 4 5 6 Football is to pitch as running is to: a course b track c court d field Students are to lodgings as prisoners are to: a barracks b inns c hutches d cells Cows are to cattle as hens are to: a crops 7 b dairy c game d poultry savage d dangerous Worthless is to prIceless as wIld is to: a rare b tamec 8 Sight is to blind as speech is to: adumb b hearing c deaf d lame 9 The Thames is to river as Mars is to: a Venus b star c zodiac d planet 10 Cow is to calf as cat is to: a puppy b kitten c cub 11 12 d colt Ireland is to Irish as Scotland is to: a Scotch b Scottish c Gaelic Stubborn is to obstinate as strange is to: a awkward b nasty c odd d foo.XiiI(ilAple.d pack Novel is to author as opera is to: a singer b musician c composer d conductor 13 14 36 © Howard-WiliiamslHerd 1989 Heinemann International .Work out the link between the first two words and then find a similar link to finish the sentence.. rorr e.~l Goats are to herd as wolves are to: a flock b troop c swarm .

..b.. ~ -_-- ~ ----..WORDBOARD 2 Now you are looking for 2 words that sound the same. The pictures will give you clues to the words to go on the top lines and the definitions at the bottom of the page will give you clues to the words to go on the bottom lines. ~AlJ.: ~ ~---------:- I I.'I b~ .. ~__J \fi . 1 1:J _____ I • ~----.~ I I ~I I~ 'I a I I dI··.II ~ M.~ I I A I ~ ---- ~ I ::::Jl IMPORTANT -~--- ~ ----- $ ---- Q>S: ..6l.I . ~ il I .: 1M FED UP I EXPENSIVE AMERICAN MONEY· . f15( exa~I-e. but have different spellings and different meanings (eg PIECE I PEACE). ----- ~ --- ~ -- i MALE.

Look atthe descriptions below and complete them using the words at the bottom of the page. Patio gardens.) Si~kla+ed a few steps from the east canal. rooftop restaurant serving (6) dishes. (1. a (3) hotel with all (4) _ including a (5) ballroom used for all the important functions of the town. for e:'<'3Vvtp r e : THE IMPERIAL HOTEL (1) sltL4. which consists of a bar and ballroom. The ( ) games room is supervised by ( ) and efficient staff. the ( ) Island Olub ( ) the hotel. (2) the waterfront of the River 8ari. well run friendly traditional facilities ~d comfortable close to spectacular luxury 38 © Howard-Williams/Herd 1989 Heinemann International . All bedrooms have private ( ) and look out onto a ( ) courtyard. popular with the locals and residents makes a (8) atmosphere in (9) surroundings. this hotel enjoys () views of the port and out to sea. Both hotels use the same 9 words. Large (7) bar. THE CONTINENTAL HOTEL Everything has been thought of to make your stay ( ) __ ----'__ .&+~d only five minutes from the Floral Square.Travel brochures use a certain style and vocabulary to make their hotels and resorts sound attractive. The residents can enjoy I completely free of charge.

Y-S of the old legal system is well worth a visit and from its bell-tower unfolds a ( ) -a-fJof magnificientviews. .e.Brochure Both these descriptions of beauty spots also have 9 words missing which are the same. Find the pairs by fitting the letters together to make the words._W_Jj_. with its well. of monuments to be seen is impressive-much is (5) p e e_v_oI of all the ages. from ( ) -i. .just as the (9) v-n _~_r -s have not interfered with the fields of wheat. picturesque streets are ( ) -i. The town hall. The (4) r -n_e._L ~ -a -S . Cirali occupies a (3) y: mrQ _L position in the heart of the countryside.-k_ d by winding ( ) _L_e.to ancient ruins._ ( ) '-It! t-L1-cLo\ by rocky mountains it is sometimes called 'The City of Silence'.. Cirali Lasyp Lasyp is a ( ) _e_fl k-b_e mediaeval town untouched by recent ( ) _e_l':_o_YVl_Vl. Built around a steep hill (2) 5 r_0 0 e_ by undulating valleys. to our present civilisation. fur exaMPle: r = featur-cs The distinctive (1) f: CI u e. Modern (7) cLv-L-p-e.-t has not interfered with the ancient town of steep streets and (8) a. architectural and artistic treasures. of Cirali are its much-valued historical.. a true history book of the past (6) L-n .-e_a-d. The narrow..( ) • r: 5 r e-tablets giving information about certain (1) -e_ t: .

The first 12 words all contain the letters EST and the second 12 the letters AL (3 at the beginning of the word. reckon 3 a large area of land ~ ~ 4 .eetJ. 4 in the middle of the word and 5 at the end of the word each time).Complete the Glidogram by looking at the clues. 23 1 set Up.1 16 ultimate 15 irregular same status 19 an ill or disabled person 18 someone whose business involves buying and selling / 7 examination 8 an objection 9 the gathering of ripe crops 10 a visitor 11 money charged on a loan ~ __. {. 14an organized event (often music or drama) 13 amodel and example of perfection 40 © Howard-WilliamsfHerd 1989 Heinemann International ./ ~1 ·-DDUQa / 21 the 20. found 2 guess.

Verb Cumnastics Find a verb that will go with the 3 words given in anyone box. .

clo Ext.A. FLAT SHARE Prof. saying whether the information about the ad.V. For the first ad. p. SITUATIONS VACANT Firm of local solicitors requires /P. 42 © Howard-Williams/Herd 1989 Heinemann International . £12. You'll have to understand what they mean if you want to share a flat or find ajob.000 .L.To save space. REASON Fov The person who applies to share this flat: YES NO 1 must be a woman 2 3 can be a student must be over 25 years old can smoke must share a bedroom with 3 beds in it x F :. below. Tel. Please quote SW/19B.O. C.a. Sec. Box 770. fill in the chart.:feVttt~le 4 5 6 must share a kitchen 7 must provide their own kitchen equipment 8 will have their own bathroom 9 will have heating provided 10 11 12 will have a long walk to the Tube will be living in London can phone the number given at any Ume For the ad. ref. .V. is correct and why or why not. put the missing abbreviations into their correct place. newspaper advertisements use a lot of abbreviations. benefits include & season ticket. 0897-678332 225 or write with full to P. F 25+ nls to share 1·flr 3 bed flat O/R Share fit kit & bath C/H Nr Tube Tel: 01 7271296 (eves) exaMple. The Daily News.

!'V' .~ G 6.f.e- ( ~ ~ ~ ~ -r A K !3 [3 k 13 ~ ( P~ i (!.!l r u ..Vmrb Vertigo 2 No more fear of heights! Climb the phrasal verb ladder once more. s~ D ~ .~ . bttrl1lH!I or J'hixing 0 ) A ~ ~ C t-I ~ . ~ r> 1" A~ N . The two verbs share the same three prepositions or adverbs. POS6PPhe. Off e. The words and pictures beside each group will help you to find the answers. ~ rov 6XolhADJe : .»: (..~ ~ ~ G J' tf rren de»: I V (io owne-i) rUurr-t !3 ) d/s-tribu/:.slop.!:1ph c(Jf1nru.~ -r s: H ~ ~ ( in ~ ~ ~ ..

Look at the list of dangers below and mark each one in the picture with the corresponding letter. . . . / ox: ° . .. Here is a very dangerous kitchen.Each part of the house has its own hazard areas.. • alcohol left out B long electric cable C open tin D sharp instruments E pan handles turned outwards A hot dish on edge of worktop G spillages on floor H children unattended I toxic cleaning agents lying around J matches within reach of children Heinemann International F 44 © Howard-Williams/Herd 1989 ..

____ regularly. (:.' .::::. 3 Medicine cabinets should have Electric blankets must be a locking device.:::J " made of iow.'"'J · .-'J C l: : '.~. 4 Use mats.~ .ells Ho-- e Now look at the rest of the house and the safety precautions recommended for each area.:-J . 8 9 Always have an staircase.fraMf\I1£l{idi~materials. 5 ~~ors must not be 6 Small heaters should not be in places where Never wear when using an electric mower. DL they could be --:-~==:':'~==J~I'-.. -C-ar-pe-t-s s-h-o-Ulde b c= 0CJ r=J -:'.~ l ....:. ~. '.. .--"'" 7 C 10 Broken glass and razor blades mustbe before being put in the dustbin. ~.. ..': ::. . _ :>... .L_ . . Can you fill in the blanks with the words at the bottom of the page? ( Nightdresses must be 1(':. .:_ DC=.

the spelling slightly. fIJr e. Sometimes you may have to change. go with one of the answers from the corresponding box above. unfair advantage. The 4 words in each of the top 10 boxes can have the same prefix or suffix.e.. unfair treatment. unfair comment). Now you are ready to go on.: all the words in box 1 go with the word UNFAIR (unfair dismissal. TREATMENT COMMENT 46 © Howard-Williams/Herd 19S9 Heinemann International . The 4 words in each of the bottom 10 boxes .Kc. Find out what it is and then check your answers in the back of the book..V\ltp I.Let's reflect on the beginnings and endings of words.

Vx t. the box 1 word for those who watch: viewers FOUR OF A KIND Page 2 1 box 2 house 3 machine 4 car 5 board 6 paper 7 card 8 glasses 9 room 10 bag 11 coat 12 pot 13 line 14 horse 15 book 16 party 17 name 18 table 19 end 20 course LEISURE AND PLEASURE PageS 1 knitting 2 antiques 3 pottery 4 darts 5 chess 6 pets 7 drama 8 models 9 bridge 10 fashion 11 cookery 12 aerobics WORD PERFECT Page 3 1 appointment 2 loose 3 advertisement 4 row 5 souvenir 6 employee 7 take 8 information· 9 interval 10.el"VI r i 5 17k 17y . sparkling. mild. Vi '1 /u r ~ f(Jl d. refreshing.. ripe. 11 quiz show 12 religious broadcast a 5 r (J t 5 t t i a m Vq h 0 ib m v. producer 3 parts of a television: serial.ANSWERS FOOD FOR THOUGHT Page 1 1 6 A B C bread 2 meat 3 sauce 4 coffee 5 fish vegetable curry 7 wine 8 fruit strong. strong... earn 11 angle 12 sensitive 13 malt. fizzy..14 economical 15 clothes 16 quiet 17 warning 18 lose 19 win 20 angel ae ud e r 0 0 b i C _j) I u i 9 wIa k (in 0 i tI 0 de f I~ I~ g. weak.k"T 1~ tin. buttons.z a t j 5 ed g e d up 0 t e r W TREASURE HUNT Page 7 1G203L4D5A6N7D8D 9 I 10 A 11 M 12 0 13 N 14 0 The treasure 15 In Square T(ln the nest). presenter.nno"o .r. /0 Vu Va VI vy.". director. 'P t 5 r~ de l!J t q y ~ h t I(g" /s Ie[ "/ e/ /0 . sweet.- 7f n 9 h 1(£ h e Vs ~ h r a WHAT'S ON TV TONIGHT? Page 4 1 4 6 9 news 2 panel game 3 music party political broadcast 5 Variety show late night thriller 7 educational 8 sports cartoons 10 documentary. designer. iced hard.. The lreasure is GOLD AND DIAMONDS 15 S DOMINOES 1 Page 8 1 deep freeze 2 carving knife 3 dishwasher 4 microwave 5 tealowel 6 saucepan 7 bottle-opener B napkin 9 tablecloth 10 rumhriarri 11 nllt". milky. commentator 4 people who work behind the scenes: cameraman. interviewer. tasty. refreshing.... .. newscaster. Iced 5 people who appear on the screen: announcer. sweet. crumbly still... plug 2 slang words for television: telly.

e d b rt [ b e. r !1 bl GLiDOGRAM ONE Page 12 1 orchestra 2 orderly 3 oral 4 horizon 5 sorrow 6 sore 7 border B error 9 interior 10 tailor 11 superior 12 conductor 13 decent 14 permanent 15 scent 16 comment 17 violent 18 intent 19 mental 20 mention 21 entertain 22 dentist 23 entry/entrance 24 enterprise THE GOOD COMPANIONS Page13· 1 G 2 N 3 M 4 L 5 C 6D 7 I 8 B 9 K10 H11 F 12 J 13 A 14 E 48 .h e f u. r p L e. oN K EIYI X'~2SI& oAT rsTuTF FA 1-01 rD CRIME AND PUNISHMENT Page 10 /s/I"II [Alq C-D 9l fA.~2.a /j And the belief is: INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUll TV I.O=4IUIWI'-1 A~2l H 0 e slE1 C.

Y_ 5" !::. c '« DJ solid oak 7 free range 4 auto-focus 3 lovelytemperament 11 stereo headphones 2 filing cabinets 12 self-cleaningoven 1 free estimates 8 low mileage 5 dolls 10 3speed 9 rakes 6 Ii R R. VERB VERTIGO Page 21 1 Break out 4 Cut down 8 Look out 12 Look up 15 Turn off 18 BrinQup 2 Cut out 3 Break down 5 Break up 6 Cut up 7 Set out 9 Set in 10 Look in 11 Set up 13 Turn out 14 Bring out 16 Bring off 17 Turn up 19 Get out 20 Come Qui R ~ 'f..labels I'f<10 l%ol? T g. WITH GREAT ENERGY 9 FINE PENALTY DELICATE HAND PASS A POINTER ON A CLOCK 10 STILL 11 QUIET NOT SPARKLING STAND ENDURE A SMALL STALL SUPERTRIPS Page 16 SYLLABLE SEARCH Page 19 1 a relationship 2 a cigarette 3 an examination 4 a compliment -5~an operation 6 a compelition 7 an invitation 8 a promise 9 a photograph 10 an orchestra 11 an application 12 influenza 13 a conversation 14 the violin 15 a company SMALL ADS Page 20 1 A 4...::.. LILJ BJ!. I I'h. 0 A - E A P ~ . R 's A \\II IwLH ~ 11 _grgaRnr- E 1-.1R.> A j) ~ NITIB R. 8 @essei}) pam~ 14 ~ 9~ A'roori~ WORDBOARD I Page 15 1 MIND TO LOOK AFTER TOOBJECTTO 2 COACH CARRIAGE A SPORTS TRAINER 3 FAIR BLONDE AN EXHIBITlON 7 4 STAGE A PLATFORM IN A THEATRE A PERIOD IN A DEVELOPMENT 8 PATIENT CALM A SICK PERSON 12 CASE EXAMPLE A MEDICAL PROBLEM 5 STATE 6 HARD EXPRESS IN WORDS SEVERELY A POLITICAL COMMUNITY .FAMILY GATHERINGS Page 14 1 (fusecD ~ 3 5 2~ freg__ <1@) Wh~ 4 @ateriaj) ~ <@Wffifl 6 ~"iGg___ 7 <@D 10 ~ 12 Imvy__ IlaflkiQ jJatieRCft 11 ~ 13 ~ 15 ~ @§> ·Iatrncb.23 8 20 C 8 D 19 E 2 F 11 G 14 H21 117 J16 K1B L7 3 ~ ~d 5 7 ~ 9 ~ ~ grill 2 ~ 4 ~ 6 ~ 8~ loudspeakers tele-Iens organic bulbs sun-roof sideboard pump playpens DO-IT-YOURSELF Page 18 l'PJA I "N r plastering 10 ~s ? 55 Li £ .5 pedigree 12 _bulBs.-I L.s H 0 .. EIWlSI J:{ 7D f?1 D c.. c.00 KS 1ft I 1- N _1f.. G 5 A If ~ M .U . lIlbt:!gbl 'teal Seed..

The passer-by was heading for the Post Office counter. real ale. so It seemed perfectly natural that she should be carrying a THE ESTATE AGENT Page 24 1 G Spacious bungalow convenient for public 2D 3 •B 4F 5A THE BRITISH WAY OF LIFE Page 26 1b2c3b4b5a6c7b8a 9 c 10 b transport Compact terraced house of character A listed period cottage in unspoilt rural surroundings Penthouse apartment in select area Commercial premises in a fast-growing area of town 6 E A detached house in a sought after area 7 C Self-contained second floor Ilat in a 8 H Holiday villa with a panoramic vIew near a/l CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES Page 27 converted town-house major amenities DOMINOES 2 Page 25 1 TRAVEL AGENCY 2 SIGHTSEEING 3 FOREIGN CURRENCY 4 LUGGAGE TROLLEY 5 GUEST HOUSE 6 DUTY FREE 7 HOLIDAY MAKER 8 FULL BOARD 9 CAR HIRE 10 HOLIDAY BROCHURE 11 HITCHHIKER 12 DECK CHAIR 13 BOARDING CARD 14 GUIDE BOOK 15 SUNBATHING 16 SEASIDE RESORT 17 COACH TOUR 50 . coinless cardphones (free trolleys) INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT ARRIVALS 2nd FLOOR OF TERMINAL parcel. of course. wheelchair users.search 3 Duty and Tax Free Shopping: allowances. X had an accomplice waiting for him at the airport and carrying an identical parcel. . then lead the police away from me i-ost Office and out of the Airport.T. 4 Refreshments: pastries. not jammed at ail). take away. have other ideas I • INTERNATIONAL FUGHT ARRIVALS 2nd FLOOR OFlERMINAL What happened to the secret documents? Mr. This accomplice was the passer-by who pretended to help him with the slot machine (which was. reclaiming V. beverages 5 Flight Arrivals: free trolleys. landing card. of course.A. red channel 6 Facilities at the Airport: chapel. brand names. However you may.

ll4 wev~ q. Don't Jook a gift horse in the mouth MIND AND BODY Page 34 G = 9 H B 1=6 J = 14 K = 1B L.3-[A.Garage bill .-t. state.1): -l(oVIYSB{f fol' pLfeav: II ~ f1t hoS po(d.Purchase traveller's cheques .vttwi1!l1 . tl-te ilcel'tC:e fee. is b X. X x X ~ ):.Road tax .e 5. tvPveUe rS c.And the balance is £1 B. fah\llY ~(Icwa~ 8re pald. We are having such fun at the seaside. bill. t+e receives fOllMll_y cd(~VtC. Love from Stephen and Miranda XX countries B wide-angle lens 9 recordbreaking team lOman-eating tiger 11 pick-up truck .Parking fines YES NO Health Plan Subscription . A = 1 B = 11 C =. ZilVIO pays SGVtOo1 fees.ol4l.(O\I'~. One swallow does not make a summer B "" A It's no use crying over split milk 6 = B.e He. Looking forward to hearing from you soon. loose-Jeaf notebook 13 chocolateflavoured ice-cream 14 high-rise flats 15 bald-headed man 16 first-aid kit ON THE ROAD Page 31 1 brake 2 tyre 3 boot 4 piuking ticket 5 roof-rack 6 spare lyre 7 horn B warden 9 wipers 10 plate 11 wheel.q~[ ..&(~l1: He VIas bow:jvt. 1B Is the age of majority in Britain.cc. 5 D = 20 E =. Sa. 0lL0 k.Family Allowances + Overtime + DIY News subscription . 17 F =3 R=15 5". fay- $Vl"'ES Ol.eq.t. It would be nice If you could spend a weekend with us. We go swimming and sailing every day.pa(d a.1V Licence fee ~ Interest from savings account + Charity donation .'10 T=2 TWO'S COMPANY Page 32 1 absent-minded room professor 2 tiNin·bedded 4 ihrcc_ ::I nn~n_n~r.Direct Debit ~ School fees Insurance Premium .Mail Order=Oredlt Card Account Debit . 4 M=19 N=12 0=13 P=7 Q=16 =. cbSVt lNlf:kd.UBvf-e-v: X 10 X He ht:lS 3 51J\JoSC-ri~oV! -to t:xJ.t. BClo{rage. S~ q !+is btU IS ~id .p~y"~V1t1.. 1 2 3 4 Charity Donation Mail Order (curtains) Credit Card Account Debit Subscription Executive Health Plan I 2 '3 X He receives a.t:.g ""(So CttV repaired al: ..Maximarket .toMB+ica.12. Il X He ~iSM5 ~ lot of fiVtes foy "tlJe.Membership fee Photography Circle Credit card withdrawal .. is pa~ilt~ve. 12' crossing 13 dual 14 lights 15 pipe 16 no motor vehicles 17 uneven road 1Bno overtaking 19 no through road 20 side road 21 start of motorway 22 slippery road 23 steep hill downwards And the title of the book is The Highway Code 1 2 3 4 SA YINGS Page 33 + 7 "" D Every cloud has a.t-\. 1V\(sacc. A PICTURE POSTCARD Page 30 Dear James .THE QUARTERL YACCOUNT Page 28 Salary + Rent ..k"rl "hlrt TRAIN OFTHOUGHT Page 36 . tn.u.aS . s If- Ht ka.silver + + +5=C lining.:. b~ the.avUI\. He i~ V\. 7 a.

THE CONTINENTAL HOTEL EverythIng has been thought of to make your stay (9) comfortable. (2) close to the waterfront of the River Bari. this hotel enjoys (5) speclacularviews of the port and out of sea. a true history book of the past (6) linked to our present civilisation. The residents can enjoy. with its well (5) preserved tablets giving information about certain (1) features of the old legal system is well worth a visit and from its bell-tower unfolds a (4) range of magnificent views. Modern (7) development has not interfered with the ancient town of steep slreets and (8) alleyways. Large (7) well run bar. just as the (9) vineyards have not interfered with the fields of wheat. a (3) lUxury hotel with all (4) facilities including a (5) spectacular ballroom used for all the important functions of the town. The narrow.L. (1) Situated a few steps from the east canal. GLIDOGRAM 2 Page 40 1 establish 2 estimate 3 estate 4 western 5 questionnaire 6 digestionlintestine 7 investigation 8 protest 9 harvest 10 guest 11 interest 12 contest 13 ideal 14 festival 15 occasional 16 final 17 signal 18 dealer 19 invalid 20 false 21 equality 22 alarm 23 album 24 alphabet VERB GYMNASTICS Page 41 1 lose 2 go on 3 make 4 do 5 save 6 pass 7 change 8 grow 9 pay 10 play 11 make up 12 deliver 13 put on 14 run 15 set 52 . Clral! The distinctive (1) features of Cirali are its much valued historical. (2) Surrounded by rocky mountains it is sometimes called 'The City of Silence'. picturesque streets are (6) linked by winding (8) al/eyways.NI I CENT AMERICAN MONEY 10 ROOTS ROUTES ROADS 11 BOARD BORED FED UP . The (4) range of monuments to be seen is impressive ."~cn U vV/"'Uu ~ MINOR UNIMPORTANT 12 DEER DEAR EXPENSIVE WASTE REFUSE SALE GOODS AT LOW PRICES THE TRAVEL BROCHURE Page 38 THE IMPERIAL HOTEL (1) Situated only five minutes from the Floral Square. completely free of charge. Built around a steep hill (2) surrounded by undulating valleys.much is (5) preserved of all the ages. popular with Ihe locals and residents makes a (8) friendly atmosphere in (9) comfortable surroundings. the (3) lUXUryIsland Club (2) close to the hotel. The town hall. rooftop restaurant serving (6) traditional dishes. which consists of a bar and ballroom. All bedrooms have private (4) facilities and look out onto a (6) traditional courtyard. The (8) well run gamesroom is supervised by (9) friendly and efficient staff. Cirall occupies a (3) remarkable position In the heart ofthe countryside.t:. architectu ral and artistic treasures. Lasyp Lasyp is a (3) remarkable mediaeval town untouched by recent (7) developments. Patio gardens.6 t:.v. from (9) vineyards to ancient ruins.

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