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Key to Traveller
Intermediate B1_WB
Module 1
1a/Student’s Book pp. 6-7
A.
1. encouraged
2. entertain
3. focus
4. combine
5. holds
6. experienced
7. educated/encouraged
8. increased
9. admire
10. commented
B.
1. cuctoms
2. strangers
3. resort
4. exhibits
5. purpose
6. take place
7. trying out
8. replica
9. actually
10. marvel
C.
1. are you planning
2. don’t know
3. hang
4. is holding
5. believe
6. are you packing
7. Are you going
8. am visiting
9. work
10. see
11. hope
D.
1. does this bag belong
2. are visiting
3. are going / sounds
4. combines / agree
5. look / know
1a/Student’s Book pp. 8-9
A.
American English British English
fall autumn
elevator lift
pants trousers
soccer football
vacation holiday
cell phone mobile phone
gas petrol
check bill
garbage rubbish
sneakers trainers
movie theater cinema
chips crisps
B.
1. d 2. g 3. a 4. e
5. h 6. b 7. f 8. c
C.
1. caused
2. figured out
3. awesome
4. pedestrian
5. accent
6. directions
7. cover
8. misunderstanding
D.
1. Which jumper suits me better?
2. What would you like with your
sandwich?
3. What did you buy yesterday?
4. When are you starting
university?
5. Who lives next door to Claire?
6. Where did they go for their
summer holidays?
7. Why are you buying a new
mobile phone?
E.
1. when Pauline’s birthday is?
2. tell me where the theme park is?
3. why he left the party so soon?
4. who directed the film
we saw last night?
5. tell me how you operate
this machine?
6. how many people attended
the ceremony?
F.
1. F 2. T 3. F 4.T
5. F 6. F 7. F
1a/Student’s Book pp. 10-11
A.
1. d 2. f 3. a 4. g
5. b 6. h 7. c 8. e
B.
1. questionnaire
2. advantages
3. content
4. immediate
5. imports
C.
Suggested answer
I’m working at a café situated on
a beach in Corfu. It’s very popular
with young people so it’s great fun
working there. It’s also a great way
to meet people and make lots of
friends. I earn good money so I’m
saving to buy a new computer.
When I’m not working, I go out
and have fun with the people
I’ve met. I’ve also done a lot of
sightseeing and I’ve visited many
interesting places.
1b/Student’s Book pp. 12-14
A.
1. awareness
2. mood
3. curiosity
4. warning
5. joy
6. power
B.
1. were you
2. went
3. was
4. Did you have
5. made
6. decorated
7. bought
8. sang
9. danced
10. loved
C.
1. b 2. a 3. b
4. b 5. b
D.
1. b 2. a 3. c 4. a
5. b 6. c 7. a 8. b
1b/Student’s Book pp. 15-17
A.
1. c 2. a 3. d
4. e 5. b
B.
1. get together
2. feel like
3. pick / up
4. within walking distance
5. applied for
C.
1. alone
2. routine
3. life
4. relaxing
5. access
6. monotonous
7. crowded
8. independent
D.
Suggested answer
on the corner of 4th Avenue and
Bree Street. Once you get off the
bus, you turn right into Bree Street
and go straight until you get to the
end of the block. There you must
turn left onto 5th Avenue. My
house is situated across the road.
Just look for number 26.
1 round-up/Student’s Book pp. 18-20
A.
1. used 2. who 3. from
4. me 5. When 6. to
7. get 8. and
B.
1. c 2. b 3. c 4. b
5. b 6. b 7. a
Module 2
2a/Student’s Book pp. 22-23
A.
1. b 2. a 3. c 4. b
5. c 6. c 7. c 8. c
B.
1. keep off 2. take on
3. keep on 4. turned off
5. take off 6. Turn on
7. put off 8. Put on
C.
1. While Paula was driving, her
daughter was looking out of the
window.
2. They were having a meeting
when his mobile rang.
3. As she was driving home, her
car broke down.
4. Elisabeth was ironing while Alex
was surfing the Net.
5. Bob was having a bath when he
fell asleep.
6. The boys were playing in the
garden when it suddenly started
raining.
D.
1. happened 2. was returning
3. found 4. did you do
5. took 6. gave
7. didn’t sleep 8. Did you have
9. was sleeping 10. woke
11. opened 12. saw
13. was wearing 14. was pouring
2a/Student’s Book pp. 24-25
A.
1. wealthy 2. ancient
3. curious 4. powerful
5. trust 6. fears
7. claims 8. recognise
9. favour 10. possessions
11. response 12. luxury
B.
1. a 2. c 3. c
4. b 5. c 6. c
C.
1. Alex, who is a friend of mine,
speaks Spanish fluently. / Alex,
who speaks Spanish fluently, is a
friend of mine.
2. It is an expensive restaurant
where lots of celebrities eat.
3. Susan, whose mother is a Maths
teacher, is our new classmate.
4. You shouldn’t miss the Chinese
Acrobatic Theatre which is
travelling around the world.
5. The girl who you met at my
house is a talented painter.
6. The holiday resort where they
stayed last summer was really
luxurious.
D.
1. c 2. a 3. b 4. c
2a/Student’s Book pp. 26-27
A.
1. b 2. d 3. a 4. e 5. c
1. were in your shoes
2. As for
3. deal with
4. burst into flames
5. sense of humour
B.
1. risk. 2. pressure
3. appreciate 4. loud
5. trapped
C.
tipe, type
imagine, know/see/understand
was, is
the, a
to, for
socaible, sociable
spending, spends
2b/Student’s Book pp. 28-30
A.
1. c 2. c 3. a 4. b
5. c 6. c 7. a
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B.
1. as noisy as 2. the silliest
3. colder than 4. as well as
5. less than
6. the most amazing
C.
1. as hardworking as Stella.
2. most interesting story we have
ever read.
3. earlier you wake up, the sooner
we’ll be there.
4. eat as many vegetables as Karen.
5. better and better.
6. more interested in sports than
girls in my school.
7. the worst player on the team.
D.
1. while she was walking
2. which I watched yesterday
3. where I used to work
4. whose mother is an
5. put off the meeting
2b/Student’s Book pp. 31-33
A.
1. b 2. e 3. a 4. c
5. d 6. g 7. f
B.
1. As soon as 2. At first
3. to my horror 4. crashed into
5. after a while
C.
1. recently 2. At first
3. When 4. After a while
5. Then 6. When
2 round-up/Student’s Book pp. 34-36
A.
1. b 2. a 3. c 4. b
5. a 6. c 7. b 8. c
B.
1. D 2. A 3. B 4. A
5. C 6. D 7. B 8. C
Module 3
3a/Student’s Book pp. 38-39
A.
1. b 2. a 3. a 4. b
5. b 6. b 7. a 8. c
9. c 10. b
B.
1. e 2. a 3. d 4. b 5. c
1. on top of that
2. out of the ordinary
3. for ages
4. out and about
5. is / into
C.
1. have been waiting / for
2. never / before
3. been / yet
4. called
5. has been learning / for
6. done / so far
D.
1. has been
2. learnt
3. has read
4. was
5. started
6. has been writing
7. didn’t know
8. has writen
9. has already sent
10.have been working
11. haven’t finished
12. came across
13.haven’t been
14.called
15. hasn’t arrived
3a/Student’s Book pp. 40-41
A.
1. furious 2. delighted
3. delicious 4. peckish
5. amazed 6. terrified
7. huge 8. exhausted
9. fascinating
B.
1. d, grab a bite
2. e, am off to
3. c, Hold on
4. a, What’s up with
5. b, chill out
6. f, is / on
C.
1. mustn’t park your car here.
2. you don’t have to come / don’t
need to come / needn’t come if
you feel ill.
3. has to / needs to / must look
after his little sister while his
parents are away.
4. must/need to/have to finish
their projects by Friday.
5. mustn’t panic during an
earthquake.
6. don’t have to/needn’t buy more
fruit.
D.
1. had better
2. would rather
3. ’d better
4. had better
5. ’d rather
E.
1. had better water those plants or
they will die.
2. would rather watch a DVD at
home than go out.
3. had better not eat so many
sweets.
4. had better start studying more
or they will fail the final exam.
5. would rather have a salad and a
fruit juice.
F.
1. a 2. a 3. b
4. b 5. c 6. c
3a/Student’s Book pp. 42-43
A.
1. access 2. research
3. essay 4. Socialising
5. staff 6. chats
7. keep fit 8. settled into
9. provided 10. correcting
11. creative 12. competitive
13. active
B.
Suggested answer
My new neighbourhood is
actually very nice. It’s located
in the suburbs so it’s much
greener and quieter than my old
neighbourhood. We are now living
in a bigger house so I’ve finally
got my own room. My mother
let me do what I wanted with it
so I painted it pink and put up
lots of posters on the walls. In
the beginning, I was very lonely
because I didn’t have any friends.
Things are better now that school
has started because I’ve met lots of
kids my age.
3b/Student’s Book pp. 44-46
A.
1. income 2. expression
3. upset 4. clear
5. responsibility 6. image
B.
1. c 2. a 3. b
4. c 5. b
C.
1. Remind Charlie about the
meeting otherwise he may
forget about it.
2. He must be very tired.
3. She can’t be her mother.
4. You could have a serious
accident.
5. It might rain later on in the day.
D.
1. have 2. of 3. make 4. in
5. as 6. into 7. up 8. could
3b/Student’s Book pp. 47-49
A.
1. status 2. clerk
3. task 4. training
5. applicants 6. report
B.
1. e 2. a 3. f
4. c 5. b 6. d
C.
1. c 2. f 3. a
4. e 5. b 6. d
D.
1. pleasant 2. polite
3. reliable 4. punctual
5. essential 6. available
E.
1. ambitious 2. literate
3. interest 4. fluent
5. experienced 6. suitable
7. ability 8. previous
F.
Suggested answer
I am a twenty-four year old
university graduate. I have
completed a BA Honours degree
in Advertising and Marketing.
I am also proficient in Russian
and Italian which I feel makes
me suitable for the position
advertised.
As far as work experience is
concerned, I have been working
full-time for over a year at a small
advertising company. Although
I am satisfied with my job, I feel
that I would much rather work for
a company such as yours, which
provides employees with better
future prospects.
Concerning my personal interests,
I am an active member of various
environmental groups. Besides
this, I am also a member of a
Health and Fitness Club. I enjoy
participating in various sports
activities and keeping fit as well as
meeting people.
3 round-up/Student’s Book pp. 50-52
A.
1. b 2. a 3. c
4. b 5. a
B.
1. haven’t cooked spaghetti for
2. long has it been since
3. has been playing tennis
4. can’t be Martin’s mother
5. would rather stay in tonight
6. had better see a doctor
7. must be tired
8. don’t have to come
C.
1. F 2. A 3. E
4. C 5. G 6. B
Module 4
4a/Student’s Book pp. 54-55
A.
1. c 2. b 3. c 4. b
5. c 6. a 7. b 8. a
9. c 10. a
B.
1. d 2. e 3. b 4. c 5. a
1. miss out
2. volunteered
3. reduced
4. join
5. explore
C.
First photo
A: have arrived
B: be travelling / will
A: have prepared
B: will be
Second photo
A: is organising
B: be
A: are going to inform
B: to be
A: will volunteer
B: will help
D.
1. I promise I will return it
tomorrow.
2. I am going to buy a new one
this evening.
3. I will have finished by the time
Mum gets home.
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4. At 8 o’clock we will be flying
over the Alps.
5. I hope it won’t be raining this
time.
4a/Student’s Book pp. 56-57
A.
1. c 2. g 3. e 4. f
5. a 6. b 7. d
1. hopeless case
2. For starters
3. big deal
4. So what
5. global warming
6. According to
7. cool off
B.
1. disturbed / interrupt
2. gave up / gave in
3. raise / rises
4. petrol / Oil
5. hot / warm
C.
1. c 2. a 3. c
4. b 5. b 6. c
D.
1. If it was/were sunny, we could/
would go swimming.
2. if she takes part, she will win
first prize.
3. If I had a car, I wouldn’t use
public transport every day.
4. unless he apologises, I won’t
speak to him again.
5. If I could do it on my own, I
wouldn’t ask for your help.
6. If I were you, I wouldn’t eat fast
food.
E.
1. b 2. b 3. c
4. a 5. a
4a/Student’s Book pp. 58-59
A.
1. educational 2. environmental
3. endangered 4. effective
5. unspoilt 6. damaged
7. signed 8. attracted
9. planning 10. protesting
11. threat 12. demonstration
13. skills 14. argument
15. coastline
B.
Suggested answer
I’m sorry that I haven’t written for
so long but I’ve found a part-time
job which has been keeping me
very busy.
In your letter you ask me about
what kind of fund-raising event
you could host to raise money
for the project. Maybe, you could
get local singers interested in
organising a live concert! That
way people can enjoy themselves
while helping to raise funds for
this cause.
Regarding coming over for the
weekend, I’d love to. I will not
only be seeing you but I will also
be helping you with this worthy
cause.
4b/Student’s Book pp. 60-62
A.
1. researchers 2. creature
3. inability 4. shiny
5. existence 6. illegal
B.
1. deer 2. lizard
3. butterfly 4. pint
5. inch 6. ounce
C.
1. Many 2. few
3. Some 4. much
5. very little 6. a lot of
7. no
D.
1. a 2. the 3. - 4. the
5. A 6. an 7. - 8. -
9. - 10. the 11. - 12. the
13. - 14. A 15. - 16. a
17. -
E.
1. a 2. c 3. b 4. c
5. b 6. a 7. c 8. b
4b/Student’s Book pp. 63-65
A.
1. limited 2. dispose
3. conventional 4. disease
5. practical 6. hazard
B.
1. d 2. a 3. f
4. b 5. e 6. c
1. overall
2. tell / apart
3. retirement
4. inhabitants
5. solar powered
C.
A. 4 B. 3 C. 1
D. 5 E. 2
4 round-up/Student’s Book pp. 66-68
A.
1. destruction 2. hopeless
3. harmful 4. awareness
5. recycling 6. environmentally
7. alternative 8. difference
B.
1. T 2. F 3. NM
4. F 5. T 6. F
Module 5
5a/Student’s Book pp. 70-71
A.
1. a 2. b 3. c 4. a
5. b 6. b 7. c 8. a
B.
1. d 2. d 3. a 4. c
5. b 6. c 7. a
C.
1. was 2. travelled
3. was sitting 4. noticed
5. was looking 6. stood
7. approached 8. told
9. disappeared 10. didn’t pay
11. was crossing 12. hit
13. remembered 14. had told
15. felt
5a/Student’s Book pp. 72-73
A.
1. grew up 2. make up
3. pick / up 4. taken up
5. put / up 6. brought up
7. gone up 8. held up
9. turned up
B.
1. spot 2. remote
3. unexplained 4. odd
5. alien 6. kidnap
7. coincidence
1. coincidence
2. odd
3. spot
4. unexplained
5. remote
6. kidnapped
7. aliens
C.
1. told / needed
2. said / was feeling
3. would tell / saw
4. had booked / the previous day
5. had already seen / didn’t want
6. was sure / was lying
D.
1. that she didn’t like that novel
because it was really boring.
2. that we should visit the dentist
regularly.
3. that they were going on holiday
to Spain that year.
4. that the Martins had bought
a beautiful house in the
countryside.
5. that I could go out when I
finished my homework.
6. that she would post the letters
for me on her way to work.
7. that she had gone to the new
mall the previous day.
E.
1. two
2. cottage/house
3. (grocery) shopping
4. grandfather
5. basement
6. engagement
7. letter
8. restaurant
5a/Student’s Book pp. 74-75
A.
1. fortress 2. originally
3. protect 4. towers
5. prisoners 6. order
7. legendary 8. reputation
B.
1. modern 2. good
3. pretty 4. traditional
5. isolated 6. friendly
7. delicious 8. hectic

5b/Student’s Book pp. 76-78
A.
1. confirm 2. victims
3. pan 4. action
5. charged 6. leftovers
7. intact 8. released
B.
1. on time
2. Once upon a time
3. in time
4. from time to time
5. By the time
6. For the time being
7. are against
8. be up
9. is over
10. be off
11. is for
12. are up to
13. were after
14. is on
15. was about
C.
1. if Mary was going to the concert
the following Saturday.
2. if she had locked the door
before leaving her house.
3. if he knew how to ski.
4. to stand behind the line.
5. if he could pass him the salt.
D.
1. The little boy denied breaking/
that he had broken the window
the previous day.
2. Alex begged his father to let him
go to the cinema that night.
3. My sister suggested that we
(should) have pizza for dinner.
4. The customer complained (to
the manager) that he/she wasn’t
at all satisfied with the service at
that restaurant.
5. Eve reminded her husband
to buy some bread when he
returned.
E.
1. ‘Where have I left my car keys?’
2. ‘Is there a discount?’
3. ‘Don’t make noise.’
4. ‘What time does your plane
leave tomorrow morning?’
5. ‘Who directed this film?’
6. ‘What happened last night?’
F.
1. robbery 2. robbers
3. thankfully 4. owner
5. criminals 6. theft
7. fingerprints 8. kidnapping
5b/Student’s Book pp. 79-81
A.
1. urgent 2. quickly
3. went out 4. make out
5. tripped 6. alarm system
7. appeared 8. treated
B.
Suggested answer
It was a cold winter’s night.
Jeremy had been out of town
on a business trip. Because he
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was feeling very tired and his
eyelids were getting very heavy, he
decided to stop somewhere to take
a nap. He had heard many stories
about people who had had terrible
accidents while driving long
distances. The route he had chosen
was not the one he usually took
as some colleagues had told him
that it was much shorter and that
it could get him home nearly two
hours earlier. As soon as he found
a clearing he pulled over and made
himself comfortable. Although
it was dark and isolated, Jeremy
was too tired to even think about
feeling scared. He had only been
sleeping for about thirty minutes
when somebody knocked on the
driver’s window. He was startled
when he saw an old man looking
at him. He was missing a couple
of teeth and was wearing clothes
that were very dirty and torn. The
old man asked Jeremy for a lift
into town. Jeremy felt obliged to
say yes even though he didn’t trust
the old man. There was something
strange about him. They travelled
in uncomfortable silence. Jeremy
would glance at the old man every
once in a while to make sure that
everything was OK. Just as dawn
was breaking something strange
happened. There was a smell of
something burning so Jeremy
looked round only to find that the
old man had turned into ashes.
5 round-up/Student’s Book pp. 82-84
A.
1. in 2. As 3. to
4. out 5. where 6. no
7. in 8. from
B.
1. c 2. a 3. c
4. b 5. a 6. d
Module 6
6a/Student’s Book pp. 86-87
A.
1. ticket 2. journey
3. tour 4. site
5. reached 6. bring
7. take 8. get
B.
1. constructed
2. combining
3. guarantee
4. persuade
5. appreciate
6. decorated
7. restored
8. afford
9. speciality
10. supervision
11. attraction
12. canal
13. route
14. accommodation
15. border
16. enjoyable
17. pros and cons
C.
1. used
2. is thought
3. has ever been built
4. are provided
5. chose
6. were taken
7. is designed
8. stayed
9. was delivered
10. were laid
11. enjoyed
12. was served
13. teach/taught
14. were performed
D.
1. This secret must not be revealed
to anyone.
2. Fresh fruit and vegetables are
brought to our restaurant every
day.
3. A new sports centre will be built
in my city.
4. The rooms had been cleaned by
10:30.
5. The exercise has been explained
twice.
6. Marian was taken to the theatre.
6a/Student’s Book pp. 88-89
A.
1. h 2. e 3. a
4. c 5. i 6. d
7. f 8. b 9. g
1. holiday destination
2. beauty salon
3. return ticket
4. business centre
5. satellite TV
6. peak season
7. conference rooms
8. weather forecast
9. room service
B.
1. c 2. a 3. b 4. c
5. b 6. a 7. c 8. b
C.
1. c 2. b 3. a
4. b 5. c 6. b
D.
1. George wasn’t feeling well, he
went to school.
2. as not to wake up the baby / that
we won’t wake up the baby.
3. of studying hard, Angela didn’t
pass the test.
4. to the bad weather conditions,
the match has been cancelled.
5. they can get a good night’s sleep.
6. I like to eat healthily, I’m going
to eat all that fruit.
E.
1. T 2. F 3. F 4. F
5. T 6. T 7. T

6a/Student’s Book pp. 90-91
A.
1. traffic jam
2. frequent flyer card
3. driving licence
4. boarding pass
5. window seat
6. flight number
7. check in desk
B.
1. e 2. a 3. d
4. c 5. b
C.
1. freedom 2. flexible
3. requirements 4. wheelchair
5. aisle seat 6. comfort
7. luggage
D.
Suggested answer
There are many advantages to
using a bicycle as a primary means
of transport. Firstly, a major
advantage is the fact that a bicycle
is environmentally friendly as it
does not emit carbon dioxide.
Riding a bicycle keeps you fit as
it is good exercise for your heart
and lungs. In addition, it is much
easier to park than a car and it has
a lower maintenance cost. Overall,
a bicycle is more economical as
you don’t have to pay fuel. Also,
you can avoid being stuck in those
annoying traffic jams, all you
have to do is manoeuvre yourself
through traffic. Finally, cycling is
a fun activity which can be done
with your friends and family in the
suburbs or country.
or
Although many people believe that
riding a bicycle is an ideal way to
get around in a city, I believe that
cycling has several disadvantages.
It can be dangerous to cycle on
busy roads with other vehicles.
It is unhealthy to breathe in the
exhaust fumes from cars and
buses. In addition, a bike is very
easy to steal even if tied with a
chain and lock. The weather can
affect riding conditions and you
can only carry a limited number of
things with you.
6b/Student’s Book pp. 92-94
A.
1. At first
2. at the age of
3. at once
4. At last
5. at the moment
6. at the latest
7. at least
8. in a bad mood
9. in detail
10. in a hurry
11. in particular
12. in a mess
13. in general
14. in other words
B.
1. commonplace 2. reality
3. popularity 4. episode
5. version 6. consequences
7. personal
C.
1. educational 2. monthly
3. dependent 4. additional
5. daily 6. national
7. confident 8. traditional
9. costly
D.
1. d 2. d 3. c
4. d 5. b 6. b
E.
1. were asked to go to bed early
tonight.
2. of photos were being taken
during the race.
3. is expected to win an award this
year.
4. is going to be watched by
millions of viewers.
5. living room is being painted at
the moment.
6. is said that Mr Jones is the man
who helped the police solve the
mystery.
F.
1. in order to return
2. due to the heavy
3. even though I was
4. so that he could
5. will be prepared by
6. had been painted
7. exercise must be done
8. in spite of studying
6b/Student’s Book pp. 95-97
A.
1. d 2. b 3. e
4. c 5. a
B.
1. backpacking holiday
2. relatively
3. refreshing
4. appealing
5. giant
6. economical
7. tour operators
C.
1. D
2. A
Firstly, the Internet provides
people with the opportunity to
interact with other people.
Moreover
3. B
For example
In addition
4. C
In my opinion, the Internet is a
good way to interact socially.
6 round-up/Student’s Book pp. 98-100
A.
1. a 2. c 3. a 4. b
5. a 6. a 7. b
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1. A 2. E 3. G
4. D 5. F 6. C
Module 7
7a/Student’s Book pp. 102-103
A.
1. a 2. c 3. a 4. b
5. b 6. a 7. c 8. b
B.
1. b 2. c 3. d
4. a 5. e
1. unlikely
2. rather than
3. methods
4. media
5. conversation
C.
1. Lending
2. to come
3. prevent / cheating
4. meeting
5. to hear
6. to become
7. speaking
D.
1. watching
2. to reveal
3. to send
4. to be
5. stealing / having
6. to see / to come
7. smoking
E.
1. have 2. staying
3. to study 4. be
5. to organise 6. going
7. to have 8. to return
9. get 10. have
11. to enjoy
7a/Student’s Book pp. 104-105
A.
1. chain 2. dreadlocks
3. jumpers 4. slipper
B.
1. dietician 2. wedding dress
3. stylist 4. necklace
5. jewellery 6. facial
7. hairstyle 8. make up
C.
1. b 2. b 3. a
4. a 5. b
D.
1. whitened
2. ’m having my car repaired at the
moment
3. had my flat painted last week
4. will have my car washed this
weekend
5. had my blood pressure taken
6. ’ve had my hair cut and styled
E.
1. C 2. E 3. A 4. D
7a/Student’s Book pp. 106-107
A.
1. chicken nuggets
2. poverty
3. aid
4. canteen
5. hunger
6. addicted
B.
1. drawbacks 2. pastime
3. nutritious 4. convenient
5. overweight 6. concerned
7. radical
C.
1. e 2. d 3. b 4. g
5. c 6. f 7. a
D.
Suggested answers
1. I would like to give you my
opinion on this matter.
2. I agree we should help senior
citizens; everyone can benefit
from this.
3. Many elderly people are
unwanted.
4. I think the government should
play a role in this.
5. I believe that if we work together
we can look after the elderly.
7b/Student’s Book pp. 108-110
A.
1. the hard way
2. in the way
3. made his way
4. out of the way
5. the other way round
6. On the way
7. There’s no way
8. By the way
B.
1. hold 2. lost 3. hold
4. kept 5. loses 6. Keep
7. holding 8. lose
C.
1. selection 2. takeaway
3. cook 4. discouraged
5. scenery 6. feature
7. confusion
D.
1. ask 2. have missed
3. have paid 4. could
5. can’t 6. might have
E.
1. shouldn’t have taken your
sister’s car without asking her
first
2. must have gone to the library
3. must have been a scary
experience for you
4. might have seen this film before
5. can’t have finished his
assignment before me
6. might not have known about
the party
7. could have broken your leg
when you fell down
F.
1. and
2. have/hold/give/throw
3. lost
4. about
5. of
6. On
7. way
8. also
9. no
10. one
7b/Student’s Book pp. 111-113
A.
1. contribute
2. announcement
3. regarding
4. collage
5. animated
6. special effects
B.
1. Firstly, I would like to know
when this course is taking place.
2. Could you tell me if this will be
alright.
3. I was wondering what level this
is for.
4. I would be grateful if you could
let me know how much the
course costs.
5. In addition, could you let me
know where we will be staying.
7 round-up/Student’s Book pp. 114-116
A.
1. no use getting
2. about going fishing
3. would rather work
4. is having her house decorated
5. had their wedding ceremony
planned
6. should have told his parents
7. must have seen this film
8. almost had an accident
B.
1. F 2. T 3. NM 4. F
5. F 6. T 7. NM 8. NM
Module 8
8a/Student’s Book pp. 118-119
A.
1. in the least
2. make the most of
3. to say the least
4. most of all
5. least of all
6. at most
7. Last but not least
8. at least
B.
1. c 2. a 3. e
4. f 5. b 6. d
1. can’t / be bothered
2. knock on wood
3. went wrong
4. went hysterical
5. making / effort
6. couldn’t help
C.
1. ceremony 2. ruin
3. silence 4. fixed
5. exploded 6. prevented
7. match
D.
1. had not seen
2. would never have discussed
3. hadn’t taken part
4. wouldn’t have won
5. hadn’t taken
6. wouldn’t have had
7. hadn’t worn
8. would/could have been
9. had been
10. would/could have avoided
E.
1. hadn’t eaten too much last
night, she wouldn’t have felt ill
2. had woken up early this
morning, he wouldn’t have
arrived late at work
3. wouldn’t have had to pay a fine
if he hadn’t parked illegally the
other day
4. had trained enough last week,
the coach would have let him
play in the match
5. wouldn’t have failed the test if
we had studied for it
6. would have called her if I had
remembered that it was her
birthday
7. would have bought the dress she
wanted if she had had enough
money with her
8a/Student’s Book pp. 120-121
A.
1. was a piece of cake
2. have a sweet tooth
3. been on cloud nine
4. spilled the beans
5. were/was in your shoes
6. look down in the dumps
7. are all the rage
8. beating about the bush
B.
1. g 2. h 3. e 4. a
5. d 6. c 7. b 8. f
1. advised 2. starving
3. moping 4. speed up
5. process 6. gained
7. Plus 8. miserable
C.
1. had
2. could
3. had gone
4. had stayed
5. spoke/could speak
6. had studied
D.
1. c 2. d 3. c
4. a 5. d 6. b
E.
1. c 2. b 3. c
4. b 5. a 6. b
8a/Student’s Book pp. 122-123
A.
1. concentrate
2. arise
3. depressed
4. boost
5. support
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6. adapting
7. came round
8. grateful
9. assured
10. rejected
11. betrayed
B.
Lorraine. 4, 3
Stephanie. 2, 1
open answers
8b/Student’s Book pp. 124-126
A.
1. harm 2. hurting
3. injuries 4. bruises
5. scratches 6. rash
7. fainted 8. gasping
B.
1. a 2. b 3. a 4. b
5. c 6. b 7. c
C.
1. were worn out
2. wears off
3. come round
4. coming down with
5. bring / round
6. got over
D.
1. both 2. either
3. none 4. all
5. neither/nor 6. Both/ and
E.
1. None 2. Both
3. All 4. Either
5. None 6. Neither
7. Both
F.
1. had taken an umbrella
2. only I could live
3. wouldn’t have got himself
4. all the snacks have
5. wishes he had come
6. both computers are
7. have come down with the
8. neither Matthew nor Karen
passed
8b/Student’s Book pp. 127-129
A.
1. dull 2. gripping
3. wizard 4. murdered
5. gang 6. escape
7. complicated
B.
1. descriptive 2. informative
3. heroine 4. worthwhile
5. leader 6. uninhabited
7. historians 8. discovery
C.
1. g 2. f 3. d 4. a
5. c 6. e 7. b
1. elected 2. timeless
3. review 4. bestselling
5. set about 6. plot
7. author
D.
3, thoughts
1, delightful, vivid, published
4, put down
2, tells, experiences, characters
8 round-up/Student’s Book pp. 130-132
A.
1. childhood 2. annoying
3. betrayed 4. confidence
5. miserable 6. rarely
7. rejected 8. depressed
B.
1. B 2. A 3. C 4. D
5. A 6. C 7. D 8. B
C.
1. c 2. b 3. b
4. a 5. a

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