Worksheet 1.

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Vocabulary: Influences
1 Complete each gap with a verb. The first letter of each verb is given.
admire 1 I ................ people who follow their dreams, rather than choosing the easiest option. 2 Parents should e................ their children to play outside in the fresh air; sitting in front of a computer isn’t healthy. 3 My boss is someone you can really l................ up to. She leads by setting a good example, not by bullying or blaming anyone. 4 Football coaches need to h................ a big influence on their players in order to win games. 5 I didn’t really want to join this club, my friend managed to t................ me into it. 6 My brother was always my mother’s favourite. In her eyes, he could d................ no wrong. 7 Young animals learn to hunt by imitating their parents; they c................ their every move.

Language focus: Past simple and past continuous
2 Some of the following sentences are incorrect. Find the incorrect sentences and
change them. 1 I was living lived and working worked as an au-pair for a few years in Italy before I got married. 2 When we were children, our mother took us on holiday to a caravan site every Summer. 3 It was several hours before dawn and the storm raged outside; our little boat struggled to stay afloat and I felt ill. 4 This time, two years ago, we were moving home – hasn’t time flown by? 5 Hearing the police siren, the man was grabbing the necklace, dropping it into his bag, climbing out of the window, down the rope and into the getaway car. 6 What was he doing after he discovered the money was missing from the safe? 7 I talked to my friend when my mobile’s battery ran out of power; I had to call her back on the landline. 8 Her parents named her after her great-grandmother, hoping that she would grow up to be as kind as her. 9 What were you doing when the fire alarm went off? We looked for you everywhere. 10 Reports said he drove too fast around the bend when he lost control of the car.

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Unit 1 Influence

Worksheet 1.2
Language focus: Past perfect simple and past perfect continuous
1 Complete the gaps with an appropriate form of the verb in brackets.
In their ten years together as a band, The Beatles had 15 number one albums and spent 174 weeks at the top of the pop chart – longer than any other musical act. More recently, they were also included in Time magazine’s compilation of the 20th century’s 100 most influential people. Their songs continue to be played all over the world, but how much do you know about the stories behind the songs? The tune for Yesterday came to Paul McCartney in a dream. He woke up, went to the piano and played the complete tune. This was so unusual that Paul was worried that he had stolen ......................... (steal) the tune unconsciously. For about a month, he asked people in the music business if they 2 ......................... (hear) it before but everyone assured him that he 3 ......................... (compose) it. At that time the song didn’t have any lyrics; Paul used to call it Scrambled eggs! It wasn’t until later on that year that Paul was ready to record the song; the lyrics 4......................... (come) to him during a brief holiday in Portugal. Let it be, the Beatle’s final song, was released shortly after the group 5 ......................... (announce) their planned break-up, but the Beatles 6......................... (record) it in January 1969, when nobody knew that it was to be their last single. Paul McCartney composed Let it be at a particular negative moment for the band – they 7......................... (argue) for a long time. John Lennon 8 ......................... (spend) a lot of time with Yoko Ono and George Harrison 9......................... (leave) the band once before being persuaded to join them again. Paul had been trying to encourage the band to be positive and to talk through their problems but 10......................... (not have) much success. In the song, Paul refers to Mother Mary; he later told how he 11 ......................... (have) a dream about his mother, who 12 ......................... (die) when he was 14, but 13......................... (come) into his dream when he 14......................... (need) her the most.

Vocabulary: Phrasal verbs
2 Underline the correct word in italics in the following sentences.
1 I look back/up/through on my school days with nostalgia; they were some of the happiest days of my life. 2 When he suffered from a sports injury, his fans’ support persuaded him not to give out/in/up his career. 3 I really admire my sister for having such a good job; I hope that some of her success will rub up/off/out on me. 4 The concert wasn’t as good as I’d hoped; the singer was losing her voice but hadn’t cancelled the performance as she didn’t want to let her fans out/down/up. 5 Although we try to have a positive influence on our children, we can’t really predict how their lives will end at/out/up.

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Unit 1 Influence

Worksheet 1.3
Vocabulary: Advertising
1 First read definitions 1–6. Then find the appropriate words in the wordsearch.
1 a large board for advertisements in an outside public place billboard 2 advertising and other information sent to you by post, email, or fax, although you did not ask for it and do not want it 3 an advertisement on television or radio 4 a short phrase, usually with music, that is easy to remember, used for advertising something on the radio or television 5 an unexpected telephone call or visit by someone trying to sell something 6 a large printed notice or picture that you put on a wall for decoration or to announce or advertise something
B J A W T X Y R Z Z L P A G V M B I L L B O A R D K J D N T D E T S I C K J H J U W G B I U C L S B N T W R N V K J R E T S O P L C G F K P E O T V V G X T R Z G T M G L V M S V Q T S M O M L A Y G F N I S F G E O H Z P I Z N A J M W A C O L D C A L L I N G P B H Y C P Y Q T S N J G C P K S F Q E B A G V F E T

Language focus: Past simple and present perfect
2 Complete each conversation with the correct form of the verb.
1 A: Have you seen that advert for the mobile phone which recognises your voice? B: No, I/never/hear of it. What’s it called? A: The Genio – I’d love one. I/only/buy/a new phone last year, but it doesn’t work well. 2 A: Hi John. Listen, I’m afraid I/had/some bad news this morning. B: Oh no! What’s wrong? A: Well, ten of our staff/catch/the flu bug which is going around and /call/in sick. B: That’s the second time this/happen this month. 3 A: Hurry up! The taxi/just/arrive. B: But I/not/finish/packing yet! A: For goodness sake! I/tell/you to pack your bags a week ago. B: I know, but I/be/so busy. A: Come on, it’s/be/here for ten minutes. This is costing me a lot of money!

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They’ve played on the beach every day and have made lots of new friends. Dear Andy. Find the mistakes and correct them. One good thing is that the kids haven’t really noticed the weather – they’re having a great time. c Some parts of the country will experience a heavy _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ today while others will get sharp showers. Let’s catch up when we get back. Joanna xxx Vocabulary: The weather 2 First put the weather words in 1-8 in the correct order. Anyway. Richard is also very keen on having surfing lessons – at least the rain won’t matter if we’re in the sea! Anyway.Unit 1 Influence Worksheet 1. As you can probably imagine. just as long as he gets his walks – in the pouring rain! We have done a few things to escape from the weather though. Love. this isn’t much fun if you’re camping. 1 owblgin 2 tinwer 3 erbzee 4 lodc 6 ateh _______ blowing ______ ______ ____ _________ ________ ____________ ____ 5 wodpdnoru 7 tiidymuh 8 reptemurseat a Expect high _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ today and an equally high pollen count – bad news for all your hay fever sufferers. we’ve already been visiting the local museum and we’ve been doing lots of shopping and eating lots of cream teas – in fact. must go – I’ve written emails all morning and I think everyone has got fed up with waiting for me. I haven’t been sleeping very well and I ache all over.4 Language focus: Present perfect simple and continuous 1 In the text below there are five grammar mistakes. sunny with a light _ _ _ _ _ _ that should keep _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ from getting too hot. b All those berries on the trees this autumn indicate that it’s likely to be a hard ______. 4 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www.com. Then complete sentences a-e with the correct word. enough of my moaning. e We’re in for a _ _ _ _ weekend with high winds – it looks like it will be _ _ _ _ _ _ _ a gale by the coast. Written by Verity Cole.directtofce. I need to go on a diet. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . I think when we get home. d A lovely day today. Today we’re going to brave the weather and try doing a coastal walk. It’s rained for days – it hasn’t been stopping once. Hello from not-so-sunny Cornwall! I have finally been finding have finally found an internet cafe and thought I’d write to you to escape from the weather. I’d love to hear all your news. The dog doesn’t seem to mind too much either.

dropped it into his bag. down the rope and into the getaway car.directtofce. Worksheet 1. 4 correct 5 Hearing the police siren. 6 What did he do after he discovered the money was missing from the safe? 7 I was talking to my friend when my mobile’s battery ran out of power.com. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . 8 correct 9 correct 10 Reports said he was driving too fast around the bend when he lost control of the car.1 Vocabulary: Influences 1 2 encourage 3 look 4 have 5 talk 6 do 7 copy Language focus: Past simple and past continuous 2 2 correct 3 It was several hours before dawn and the storm was raging outside.3 Vocabulary: Advertising 1 B J A W T X Y R Z Z L P A G V M B I L L B O A R D K J D N T D E T S I C K J H J U W G B I U C L S B N T W R N V K J R E T S O P L C G F K P E O T V V G X T R Z G T M G L V M S V Q T S M O M L A Y G F N I S F G E O H Z P I Z N A J M W A C O L D C A L L I N G P B H Y C P Y Q T S N J G C P K S F Q E B A G V F E T 1 billboard 2 junk mail 3 commercial 4 jingle 5 cold calling 6 poster 5 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. climbed out of the window. Written by Verity Cole. the man grabbed the necklace.2 Language focus: Past perfect simple and past perfect continuous 1 2 had heard 3 had composed 4 had come 5 announced/had announced 6 had recorded 7 had been arguing 8 had been spending 9 had left 10 hadn’t had 11 had had/had 12 had died 13 had come 14 had needed/needed Vocabulary: Phrasal verbs 2 2 give up 3 rub off 4 let down 5 end up Worksheet 1. our little boat was struggling to stay afloat and I was feeling ill.Unit 1 Answer key Worksheet 1. I had to call her back on the landline.

B: But I haven’t finished packing yet! A: For goodness sake! I told you to pack your bags a week ago.com. I only bought a new phone last year. This is costing me a lot of money! Worksheet 1. 3 A: Hurry up! The taxi has just arrived. Vocabulary: The weather 2 1 blowing 2 winter 8 temperatures a humidity b winter 3 breeze 4 cold 5 downpour 6 heat 7 humidity c downpour d breeze. They’ve been playing on the beach every day. Written by Verity Cole. we’ve already visited the local museum . it’s been here for ten minutes. but I’ve been so busy. I’ve never heard of it. B: I know. Listen. What’s it called? A: The Genio – I’d love one. 2 A: Hi John. A: Come on. blowing 6 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. B: Oh no! What’s wrong? A: Well. I’ve been writing emails all morning. ten of our staff have caught the flu bug which is going around and have called in sick.directtofce. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . B: That’s the second time this has happened this month.Unit 1 Answer key Language focus: Past simple and present perfect 2 1 B: No. I’m afraid I’ve had bad news this morning.4 Language focus: Present perfect simple and continuous 1 It’s been raining for days – it hasn’t stopped. temperatures e cold. but it doesn’t work well.

for Jamie. but please leave a message after the tone...... 7 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. Right now............directtofce..... when things don’t go according to plan....... take the children to school when they’re older............ this is Emily and Richard’s answer machine. Jamie 1........ b or c) best fits each gap.... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . 1 a achieved his ambition b was a success 2 a be a success 3 a do well 4 a go according to plan 5 a was a success as 6 a get on in life 7 a got it right 8 a did very well 9 a are getting on in life b go well b go well b achieve his ambition b went well b go according to plan b got on in life b got to the top b are going well c got to the top c get everything right c feel well c get them right c turned out right in the end c go well c gone according to plan c turned out right in the end c are getting to the top Language focus: Ability 2 Complete the gaps with the correct form of can or be able to....... get to the phone right now. Not all of his projects have 7. to attend the meeting....... sorry. 3 When life is busy........ he’s still very busy and he has three lovely daughters and a wife with whom he spends as much time as he can in between television programmes.Worksheet 2..........1 Vocabulary: Success 1 Read the text and decide which answer (a....... After he was discovered by the TV crew. After he had finished....... multi-task..... though and Jamie went on to educate an entire town on the basics of healthy cooking in the Ministry of Food campaign. of his profession through his own hard work.. though........ speak Czech so that I could communicate with my husbands’ parents....... By then... From then on. head pastry chef............ though. but we ...... in exams and left at 16 with few qualifications.......... Written by Verity Cole.... see the funny side.. dinner ladies and parents to change their bad habits............ TV cameras filmed Jamie trying to persuade children. a project aimed at helping young people who were neither in education nor employment to 6 ............. At school.. can’t 1 Hi.... where he 5. 5 This is to inform you that Mr Chambers is now . After Fifteen..... 4 She’s learning to drive so that she will ...... he had decided to become a chef and applied to go to catering college in order to 4. 6 Luckily. he went to France to learn some tricks of the trade and returned to the UK to work at Carluccio’s............ but his efforts were often criticized or ignored.......com....... his career went from strength to strength but Jamie never forgot his humble beginnings and has helped to improve people’s lives whenever he has had the opportunity – his difficult time at school inspired him to set up Fifteen in 2002......... Jamie did his best to improve the quality of food in schools in Jamie’s school dinners............ or you’ll never get everything done............... I ........ Jamie didn’t always 2. he didn’t 3..... things 9..... The phrase ‘the right place at the right time’ could have been invented for celebrity chef Jamie Oliver......... 2 I’d like . you need . by training to be chefs..... Things 8 . he initially became famous by accident – a film crew was making a documentary about the restaurant where he was working and the public fell in love with c the cheeky young chef with the Essex accent.

Unit 2 Success

Worksheet 2.2
Vocabulary: Adjectives
1 Complete the gaps with the appropriate adjective. The adjectives in each group of 3
sentences should all have the same suffix. -al professional 1 He had dreams of becoming a .......................... tennis player. 2 The chairman’s resignation from the company was very .......................... ; he had been working there for 30 years and was sad to leave. 3 It’s .......................... to be afraid of failure but you shouldn’t let that prevent you from trying. -ful 4 Be .......................... not to make spelling mistakes in the exam; it’ll make a very poor impression. 5 Isn’t it a .......................... day? Shall we stop doing the housework and go out for a bike ride? 6 Throwing plastic away is .......................... to the environment so we should try to recycle. -able 7 Her favourite treat on a winter afternoon was reading a book, sitting in a .......................... chair in front of an open fire. 8 Phil’s car wasn’t .......................... On cold mornings it wouldn’t start and he often arrived late for work. 9 Please try to be .......................... ; it’s not my fault that you lost your purse and missed the bus. -ent 10 As it continued to rain, it became .......................... that the football match would have to be cancelled. 11 The business was too .......................... on the success of one product; when the product didn’t sell, the company went bankrupt. 12 The restaurant manager was .......................... that the food must be of the highest quality; he rejected anything that wasn’t perfect and made the chef cook the same dish again and again. -ous 13 Living in Australia, there’s a danger of getting hurt by a .......................... snake or spider. If this happens, you should call an ambulance immediately. 14 Extreme sports tend to be exciting but .......................... You should always take safety precautions. 15 He wrote a book with .......................... stories from his life; people found them funny and it became a bestseller.

Language focus: Ability
2 Underline the incorrect verb form in italics in each of the following sentences.
1 Sue managed to/was able to/could get the grades she needed to achieve a place at University. 2 He could/managed to/was able to sing beautifully when he was young but his voice has changed now. 3 Ben wanted to start his own business but he didn’t manage to/couldn’t/didn’t succeed in write a good enough business plan to convince the bank to lend him the money. 4 I can’t believe that he managed to/could/was able to complete the marathon- that’s quite an achievement! 5 Kay didn’t have much success as a dancer but she succeeded in/managed to/was capable of making a name for herself as an actor.

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Unit 2 Success

Worksheet 2.3
Vocabulary: Sport
1 First read the crossword clues (1–13) and then complete the crossword.
1 2

T O U R N A M E N T
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3

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6 7 8 10 11 9

12

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ACROSS 2 a series of games in which the winner of each game plays in the next game until there is one player or team left 5 someone whose job is to make sure that players obey the rules in some sports, for example tennis, baseball, and cricket. 6 a piece of clothing worn for swimming, especially by women 7 a large flat area of ice inside a building, where people can go to ice-skate 10 part of a hill or mountain that you ski on 11 special glasses that protect your eyes, for example when you are swimming 12 an area marked with lines where some sports are played, such as tennis and squash 13 one of a pair of small blocks against which a runner puts their feet at the start of a race DOWN 1 a flat area of ground for playing particular sports on 3 someone whose job is to make sure that players in a game obey the rules 4 a piece of clothing worn by men for swimming 8 a race, especially on skis, in which people move around a series of poles, turning first one way and then the other 9 a long stick that you use for hitting the ball in golf

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Unit 2 Success

Language focus: Comparisons
2 Complete the gaps with the appropriate form of the words in the box.
violent dangerous far high x2 hot long safe slow x2

longest 1 John Isner defeated Nicolas Mahut in the ……………………… professional tennis match in their first-round encounter at Wimbledon 2010, a match that broke 12 records and lasted 11 hr 5 min. 2 The ……………………… distance rowed in 24 hours (upstream and downstream) is 263 km (163.42 miles) by Matthias Auer, Christian Klandt and Olaf Behrend (all Germany) at DRUM Rowing Club, Berlin, Germany on August 2-3, 2003. 3 One of the ……………………… paid sportsmen is Michael Jordan, who earns around 45 million dollars a year. His salary is ……………………… than David Beckham’s who reportedly earns around 42 million dollars annually. 4 In 1905, football was one of the ……………………… games in the world; 18 men died from injuries sustained on the football field. President Theodore Roosevelt stepped in and instituted safety measures to make the game ……………………… Nowadays, rugby is probably the ……………………… contact sport; players are three times more likely to get injured than someone in martial arts. 5 Alice Springs Golf course, Australia is known as the ……………………… golf club on earth. The temperature can rise to 122 degrees Fahrenheit. 6 Jackie Cobell, 56, took 28 hours and 44 minutes to complete the swim from Dover to Calais and in doing so broke the record for the ……………………… swimmer in the world. She said that she hadn’t been swimming ……………………… than usual but that currents had taken her off course.

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.. c In some of the following sentences.4 Language focus: Comparisons 1a Complete each sentence using an appropriate comparative form. 6 Andy Murray isn’t a good a player as Rafael Nadal..... for the Olympic Games® in 2012........... who won a silver medal at the schools sports day and to Brian Rumsey who was the .200 people . one word is incorrect or missing........000 for local concerns.....000 .. I bought least expensive set of clubs I could find...directtofce.... Arsenal .... I blame the coach.. watched live coverage of the 2010 World Cup final... 6 Most athletes who . 2 doing yoga/just/relaxing/doing pilates 3 going to the gym/slightly/good/ for you/walking 4 skiing/not/difficult/snowboarding 5 football/easily/popular/cricket 6 Olympic games/much/old/World cup 7 watching cricket/far/less/interesting/watching golf b Do you agree with these sentences? Write your own sentences. 9 In last night’s Premier League Cup........ first prize is no homework for a week..... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 ...... 11 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www......... 1 watching a football match with friends/far/enjoyable/ watching a football match alone.... part and raised just over £14. in 2014. some to get fit and some to lose weight.. but he’s still one of the best in the world. 5 The umpire at Wimbledon often has to ask the ..... some for fun.... 3 When I started to learn golf.. 1..Unit 2 Success Worksheet 2.. it was huge – I bet it cost billions of dollars to build... 2 This is easily the worse they’ve ever played. comparing sports. Manchester united 2 – 0.... 5 The more competitive you are..... 10 10 million tickets will go on sale to the general ....... none of them want to come second.... Find the word and correct it. 8 I’ve never seen so an amazing stadium..... Vocabulary: Sport 2 Complete the gaps with the correct form of an appropriate word... 1 Let’s see who can score the highest in the test........ 7 People . took 1 This year’s charity walk saw a huge turnout... 8 Congratulations to Ian Hammond.. up sports for a variety of reasons. .... .............. 3 The new Wembley stadium was built to hold 90......... 4 It’s estimated that more than 18 million ...... 7 There weren’t many fans at the match as I had expected so the atmosphere wasn’t as good.. a last minute penalty and won the match against Liverpool 3 – 2...... 4 The hard you train for a marathon.. the more likely you are to be able to finish.. the best you’re likely to be at a sport....... in the Olympics just want to win gold... to be quiet to allow the players to concentrate... Watching a football match with friends is far more enjoyable than watching a football match alone....... with Old Trafford 1 – 1 and Chelsea managed to ..com....... West Ham ...... 2 The next Winter Olympic games will .. Written by Verity Cole... place in Russia..

1 Vocabulary: Success 1 2c 3a 4b 5a 6a 7c 8c 9b Language focus: Ability 2 2 3 4 5 6 to be able to to be able to be able to able can Worksheet 2. higher most dangerous/most violent in the world.2 Vocabulary: Adjectives 1 2 emotional 7 comfortable 12 insistent 3 natural 4 careful 5 beautiful 6 harmful 8 reliable 9 reasonable 10 apparent 11 dependent 13 poisonous 14 dangerous 15 humourous Language focus: Ability 2 2 managed to 3 didn’t succeed in 4 could 5 managed to Worksheet 2.com. safer. slower 12 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www.directtofce.3 Vocabulary: Sport 1 1 P I T 2 T O U R N A M E N T E F T U M E 7 5 3 4 R U M P K S 9 11 I R E 6 C O S 8 10 N I N K H S L O P A L 12 R E E S C E S U B G O G G L C O U R T M 13 S T A R T I N G B L O C K Language focus: Comparisons 2 2 3 4 5 6 furthest highest. most dangerous/most violent hottest slowest. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . Written by Verity Cole.Unit 2 Answer key Worksheet 2.

com. 5 Football is easily more popular than cricket. 3 Going to the gym is slightly better for you than walking.4 Language focus: Comparisons 1a 2 Doing yoga is just as relaxing as doing pilates. 5 The more competitive you are. the more likely you are to be able to finish. 1c 2 This is easily the worst they’ve ever played. score 10 public 13 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. 4 Skiing is not/isn’t as difficult as snowboarding. 6 Andy Murray isn’t as good a player as Rafael Nadal.directtofce. Written by Verity Cole. 8 I’ve never seen such an amazing stadium it was huge – I bet it cost billions of dollars to build. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . 7 Watching cricket is far less interesting than watching golf. 3 When I started to learn golf. 4 The harder you train for a marathon.Unit 2 Answer key Worksheet 2. but he’s still one of the best in the world. I bought the least expensive set of clubs I could find. 6 The Olympic games is much older than the World cup. the better you’re likely to be at a sport. Vocabulary: Sport 2 2 take 3 spectators 4 viewers 5 crowd/spectators 6 compete/take part 7 take 8 runner-up 9 beat. 7 There weren’t as many fans at the match as I had expected so the atmosphere wasn’t as good. drew. I blame the coach.

........................................ ...... The gallery . Since then........................... to be on our..directtofce................... ............. using an appropriate modal verb.......................... we still do not know who might have used such sophisticated techniques.. 4 I’ve just heard that the Van Gogh sold for £14..... ......... I’m sure they’re looking for the jewellery thieves.................. may want us to believe that the painting was created by someone else......................... You would think that it’s only members of the public who have been into buying a painting....... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 14 ........ 5 Newspaper reports say that experts now have doubts about whether the portrait of Shakespeare is genuine..... it was painted in 20th century! The artist had employed a number of techniques to the age of the painting..................... ..... 2 I’m sure the gallery is open today........ These works.1 Vocabulary: Fakes 1 In the following text there are 17 missing words................. but an exhibition at the National Gallery reveals that not even the experts can the difference between a work which is and one which isn’t until now................... When a portrait group was bought by the National Gallery in 1923. For example.................................. The artist ..000.............. come con checked cloning fake fakes falling falsify fooled 1 forgeries genuine giveaway guard make safeguards taken tell In the art world................. some paintings are made with deliberate intent to trick or us out of our money.............. it was identified as a 15th century masterpiece.... it’s a public holiday after all.......Worksheet 3.. The portrait of Shakespeare ........................com................... Although scientific investigation has revealed the methods used to manufacture the painting........... The police . There are plenty of forgers who make a career out of creating and it pays for us and the National Gallery........ Language focus: Modals of speculation and deduction (present) 2 Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence............ Scientists have up with new which will protect galleries from for the work of clever forgers................ have been falsely presented as the product of another artist......... things are not always as they seem......................... First read the text and mark with an asterisk (*) where the missing words go. scientists have out the way it was created and have made a startling discovery.... known as *.................................... But the type of paint used was a – the cobalt blue and cadmium yellow used weren’t available before 19th century... Gallery experts had been in by the forger’s of painting techniques................... 3 I’ve just seen four police cars drive past............. Then number the words in the box in the order that they should be in the text.................. 1 It’s possible that the artist wants us to believe that the painting was created by someone else............... Written by Verity Cole...the use of egg tempera and gesso had been copied from 15th century.. This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www........................... computer analysis has revealed that artificial cracks had been painted on the surface of the painting to out that it was older................................000! I’m sure that’s not true – who would have that much money? The Van Gogh ..................

.......... ? Buy Clearaskin today and get a ..... – fast...... B: Really? But they 2... so this photo 1....directtofce............................ (be) airbrushed.. 15 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www................. 2 Feeling low about your receding hairline? Can’t bear to look in a mirror? Considering wearing a hat or even getting a wig? Worry no more – miracle grow will solve your .................................... banish ................. but she 3....... A: You know it’s not real..................... ? Perhaps it’s time for a holiday – come and be pampered for a day at our luxury spa.... don’t you? B: What do you mean? A: Well. could they? A: No.. 1 smooth 2 thinning 3 broad 4 sparkly 5 crooked 6 spotty 7 tubby 8 thin a straight b clear c dull d full e thick f narrow g wrinkled h slim i ii complexion nose iii hair iv v vi skin teeth lips vii eyes viii build/body b Fill in the newspaper advertisements with the correct adjectives from exercise 1a. A: Have you seen this picture of Alesha Frost? B: Wow! She looks amazing – how old is she now? A: She was born in the 1970s so she must be (be) about 40......... Language focus: Modals of speculation and deduction 2 Complete the conversation with the appropriate form of the modal verb and the verb in brackets..... forever.. (be) on a diet................... B: I suppose so...... (hide) her wrinkles or straightened her nose...com....... 5 Grow old gracefully with our new range of skin care products............ you could have . But how come she’s so slim – she 4............... 3 Are you feeling a bit ................... (have) plastic surgery for that – plenty of celebrities do........ celebrities are never allowed to appear in the magazines in their natural state...2 Vocabulary: Appearance 1a Match the adjectives (1–8) to their opposites (a–h) and an appropriate noun (i–viii)................ Written by Verity Cole........... tomorrow.. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .............................. at your new Active World – and get the body you want! 4 Teenage blues? Afraid the girls won’t look at you with your ..... help is at hand.... after the Winter – perhaps you indulged in one too many chocolate bars? Well....Unit 3 It’s an illusion Worksheet 3.. come and get fit and ........ Call us today for an appointment.... B: How does she do it? I wish I could look like that........... 1 Fed up with keeping a straight face in photographs? Don’t be afraid to smile straight teeth anymore! Visit Apple a day dental surgery..... problem in just two weeks............. 6 Do you lack energy? Are you eyes and hair ......

................ B: Hmm.... Some people have all the luck – good looks... money... A: But on the other hand... (be born) with very good genes – her parents are both slim. (be) easy living in the public spotlight all the time – you imagine having to look good every day.. (be) exhausting......... a beautiful home.. Written by Verity Cole.. It 7.Unit 3 It’s an illusion A: Maybe......com....directtofce. 16 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www...... or she 5............... it 6.. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 ...............

. 3 Don’t panic. . There are a lot of things to . . © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . More and more the public choose to rent DVDs or download films from the internet.00. Find the incorrect sentences and change them. 6 Stephen’s being very moody at the moment. I wouldn’t . It’s so unlike him – I think it must be the influence of all those unsuitable programmes he likes to watch.. Doors open at 8. 3 She has a home in Malibu but is living in Scotland at the moment because she’s filming on location.Unit 3 It’s an illusion Worksheet 3. 9 Meet me outside the cinema at 8. think carefully about all the costs involved. 2 Do be careful with what you say to Alison.com. 4 Mother’s Day is a good time to show your mum that you really value her and don’t . 13 The best bit is the boat chase when Bond is stealing a speed boat. It’s probably better to take his advice.directtofce. Language focus: Present simple and continuous 2 Some of the following sentences are incorrect. She’s quite sensitive and quick to . 2 The popularity of cinema decreases. they’re not going to be here for another hour.. . 4 We are tending to get together as a family about once a month. We are usually having a meal and watching TV.15 and the film starts at 8. 8 Many famous actors and directors are living in Hollywood to be close to the film studios. it’s not illegal to ride a bicycle without a helmet. but personally. 6 In the UK. you should . ... jumping off the boat onto a jet ski and rescuing the girl from the bad guys’ clutches. 7 Shhh! This is the good part and you’re making so much noise.. there’s no rush... 14 The man from the secret service is listening to the spy’s story but he is not believing him. 5 She’s studies media studies at University College. 1 It is taking takes months and several million pounds to make an animated film but just hours to watch it.3 Vocabulary: Expressions with take 1 Complete the sentences with the appropriate expression with take. Written by Verity Cole. 1 Peter’s is older and wiser than you. Remember to add the correct personal pronoun where necessary.. I’m not hearing properly. 17 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www.. . London at the moment and works in her spare time as a waitress. 5 When you’re planning to buy a house.30don’t be late! 11 What are you thinking about Dudley Weston’s performance in the latest blockbuster? 12 I’m really enjoying this programme but I’m not understanding everything that actor says.

........ 5 Actors/always/need/to do their best in auditions..... ................ the animation is .....4 Vocabulary: Films 1a Complete the crossword with the film vocabulary.. at childhood while at times being quite ...... Animation Studio Pixar. you’re only as good as your last performance.....– some of the adults in the audience had tears in their eyes... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 ........ hey are 1 I don’t like interviewing famous people.........directtofce. He has a home in America and Italy.......... 3 She/always/lose her temper on set.. As you’d expect...... 7 Whenever a new film by director Pedro Almodóvar comes out... films are rarely as good as the books they’re based on... 18 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www....... WIN DISAPPOINTING LOOKING MOVE CONFUSION STUN REALITY Language focus: Present simple and present continuous 2 Complete each sentence using the present simple or present continuous.............. 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 S C I O R N R R C T S C F F V M N E T E O L Q I L W D Y E T L O N P A I E T O T R I N S T O R Y L I N E E T T I I N D D A b Complete each gap with the appropriate form of the words in capitals 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Toy Story 3 is the latest film to be released by the award winning ... T always turning up late... 6 In my opinion..... you almost believe that Woody and his friends are ..... 4 George/not/always/live/in the same place. They/always/turn up late...... I/always/try to see it........ Film companies/always/change/the story or the characters......................... The film takes a light hearted ..... fans of Toy Story 1 and 2 and they were right.. as the saying goes... at all........ which is a shame... just extremely clever. The plot is full of twists but isn’t ... Some of the letters in each word have been given.. it makes her very difficult to work with... The reviews promised that it would not . 2 Actors/always/carry their make-up with them as they have to reapply it between takes... Written by Verity Cole..com........ .......Unit 3 It’s an illusion Worksheet 3..

© Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . to be on our *. These works. But the type of paint used was a * – the cobalt blue and cadmium yellow used weren’t available before 19th century. For example. we still do not know who might have used such sophisticated techniques. 19 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www.com. Written by Verity Cole. Scientists have * up with new * which will protect galleries from * for the work of clever forgers. There are plenty of forgers who make a career out of creating and it pays for us and the National Gallery. Gallery experts had been * in by the forger’s * of painting techniques. 5 The portrait of Shakespeare may not be genuine. When a portrait group was bought by the National Gallery in 1923. Since then.000. 4 The Van Gogh can’t have sold for £14. computer analysis has revealed that artificial cracks had been painted on the surface of the painting to * out that it was older.1 Vocabulary: Fakes 1 5 come 8 checked 12 cloning 7 falling 9 falsify 2 fooled 1 forgeries 4 genuine 13 giveaway 14 guard 10 make 6 safeguards 11 taken 3 tell In the art world. Although scientific investigation has revealed the methods used to manufacture the painting.. things are not always as they seem. some paintings are made with deliberate intent to trick or us out of our money. until now. Language focus: Modals of speculation and deduction (present) 2 2 The gallery must be open today.the use of egg tempera and gesso had been copied from 15th century. scientists have * out the way it was created and have made a startling discovery. You would think that it’s only members of the public who have been * into buying a painting. have been falsely presented as the product of another artist. known as * . .Unit 3 Answer key Worksheet 3. 3 The police must be looking for the jewellery thieves.000. it was painted in 20th century! The artist had employed a number of techniques to * the age of the painting. but an exhibition at the National Gallery reveals that not even the experts can * the difference between a work which is * and one which isn’t.directtofce. it was identified as a 15th century masterpiece.

jumps off the boat onto a jet ski and rescues the girl from the bad guys’ clutches. We are usually have a meal and watch TV. 13 The best bit is the boat chase when Bond steals a speed boat.2 Vocabulary: Appearance 1a 2 / e/ iii 1b 2 thinning hair 5 wrinkled skin 3 tubby. 5 She’s studying media studies at University College. 11 What do you think about Dudley Weston’s performance in the latest blockbuster? 12 I’m really enjoying this programme but I don’t understand everything that actor says. clear complexion 3 /f/ ii 4 /c/ vii 5 /a/ v 6 /b/ i 7 /h/viii 8 /d/vi Language focus: Modals of speculation and deduction 2 1 must have been 2 can’t/couldn’t have hidden 3 could/might/may have had 4 must have been/be 5 could/might/may have been. 8 Many famous actors and directors live in Hollywood to be close to the film studios. 14 The man from the secret service is listening to the spy’s story but he doesn’t believe him. 6 can’t be 7 must be Worksheet 3. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . 6 correct 7 Shhh! This is the good part and you’re making so much noise. London at the moment and working in her spare time as a waitress.directtofce. 9 correct 10 Mr Owen regrets that he’ll be late for his interview as he is meeting his agent at 2 to discuss details of his next audition.Unit 3 Answer key Worksheet 3.com. More and more the public are choosing to rent DVDs or download films from the internet. 3 correct 4 We tend to get together as a family about once a month.3 Vocabulary: Expressions with take 1 2 take offence 6 take the risk 3 take your time 4 take her for granted 5 take into account Language focus: Present simple and continuous 2 2 The popularity of cinema is decreasing. slim 6 dull 4 spotty complexion. Written by Verity Cole. I can’t hear properly. 20 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www.

4 Vocabulary: Films 1a 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1b 2 disappoint 3 look 4 moving 5 confusing 6 stunning 7 real S P S P A D R S C I E R N R C O O S E R R S H O E C I A L E F F E C T S T E T E R C E O R T E T R I I C O E T Y L I N R E A M A O D D N G T R L I O N I O N Q U I I V C I L M E W D S E Y T N O M E U N C E Language focus: Present simple and present continuous 2 2 always carry 3 is always losing 4 doesn’t always live 7 I always try to 5 always need to do their best 6 are always changing 21 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . Written by Verity Cole.com.directtofce.Unit 3 Answer key Worksheet 3.

... (remain) patient is essential as some travellers may 8 ....... you will 4 ............... 5 after certain adjectives.................................. (become) a travel planner........ (continue) with arrangements........ (ask) about destinations and preferences......... 3 after certain verbs ........................ So your role is to arrange flights... If you are interested in 19 ....................... (start) this new career is easy.................................. (travel) or would you prefer a steady job? 1 How about ..... A gerund used: 1 as the subject.. 22 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www............................ (visit) certain countries based on their answers...com............... (decide).................. (go) to both destinations and let them 13 ........................ (go) to New York 10 ........................ and then suggest 6 . After 16 ............ 7 after certain verbs .. a complete information pack is sent to the travellers and off they go..com 2 Find examples of these explanations in the advert in exercise 1....... but another traveller would rather 11 .......... An ability 7 ....................Worksheet 4......... (relax) at the beach... Firstly........................ (organise) their insurance and healthcare...................................................... What do you do? Discuss the advantages of 12 ...... the infinitive with to........... (change) their minds – one traveller in the party wants 9 ...... Once a decision has been made....................... It is very rewarding 17 ....................................................................... One of the main concerns for travellers is 15 .......................................................... Email us at: info@travelplanner................................................... (have) a city break........1 Language focus: Gerund and infinitive 1 Read the advert and complete the gaps with an appropriate form of the verb in brackets........... or the infinitive without to......... Use the gerund........................................... An infinitive without to used: 6 after modal verbs .. 2 after prepositions 1 .......... Written by Rhona Snelling.. transfers and all necessary insurance....... you can 14 ............. (meet) with potential travellers and discuss their requirements....................... (do) both? You can 2 .............. You should 5 ............. travelling Are you interested in 0 ..............directtofce........... (finalise) this..... An infinitive with to used: 4 to explain why you do something ............ (work) as a travel planner! A travel planner is someone who helps people choose a suitable holiday destination and then takes care of all the practical arrangements – you basically help 3 ............................ © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 ......... (help) travellers and 18 ....... (remove) all the stress from travelling.......................................................... we’d love 20 ................... nouns and verbs ........ object or complement ............... (hear) from you.......

................ It’s dangerous and it’s ...................................................... to be honest............. 5 I bought the bag because it was so ................................ – I love it! 6 We tried to get directions from the information desk................................... thing to do and I don’t know if we can we can trust her again...........Unit 4 Going away Worksheet 4................................. he is! Is he always that rude? 3 It was a very . so it was returned for me to finish........ 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 i n c o r r e c t Across 1 another word for ‘wrong’ 2 type of person you can’t trust 3 something that is against the law 4 extraordinary or rare 5 not realistic or not sensible 6 type of person who is quite hostile 7 not fortunate 8 something not finished or not whole in some way Down 9 type of person who doesn’t assist you 2 Complete each gap with your answers from exercise 1.....................com.............. that I didn’t catch the train? Maybe not... 9 They said my visa application was .2 Language focus: Word formation: prefixes 1 Complete the crossword with the correct adjective and prefix.. .... .................... 23 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www.... but.... ............ because I met my boyfriend on the platform.......... Written by Rhona Snelling....................directtofce.............. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .. illegal 1 You shouldn’t drive so fast. 8 Is it ........................................... 4 Sara’s first attempt at the exam was not successful and most answers were ........................... 7 Travelling separately to the city tomorrow is a bit ... let’s go together......... they were very .. ! 2 I can’t believe how ...............

I had wanted to (0) travel/journey for several weeks but decided on one week in Italy with some relatives who could (1) put up me/put me up for a week.directtofce. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . My best friend (2) dropped me off / picked me up at the train station and I collected my tickets. often a hotel or business c spend the night or several nights in one place a continued to another place b left a place c returned to a place 2 Read the description and underline the correct word in italics.com. 1 1 drop you off 2 see you off 3 give you a lift a take you somewhere because I’m also going there or nearby b wait until you arrive at a place c take you to a place and leave you there d wait with you at a place before you leave 2 1 catch 2 miss 3 change a move from one train to another train b get a train. I was leaving for a well-deserved holiday. planned or unplanned c get a different train. The flight wasn’t (5) delayed/ booked so I checked in quickly. Written by Rhona Snelling.3 Vocabulary: Travel 1 Match the words to the definitions. Thankfully I was able to (4) navigate/get on an underground line instead and got to the airport on time. There is one extra option that you do not need. My flight was called and I was on the way to Rome! I was ready to (7) enjoy/relax myself and see some new sights! 24 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. The morning after my final exam. not the one you planned to get d not get the train you planned to get 3 1 went away 2 went out 3 went on 4 went back 4 1 put up 2 live 3 accommodate 4 stay a let somebody stay in your home b take guests to stay. There was a huge queue there and I managed to (3) change/miss my train.Unit 4 Going away Worksheet 4. and watched the planes as they (6) touched down/taxied along the runway and got more and more excited.

but I don’t believe any actually work.com. Tom knew he had to let her go. l true is something that time will tell. i in touch again and renew the relationship. e care of the schoolchildren at the beach. j the decision not to accept the job.directtofce. it can be tough to get 12 I enjoyed the challenge of taking a silent and not tell someone what you really think. f a chance to do the event.4 Vocabulary: Verb collocations 1 Add the following words or phrases to the most suitable verbs. k hilarious stories on long car journeys to make it more fun. care of a chance to much notice of get keep the decision an eye money sense of silent in touch make care of take 2 Match 1–12 to a–l to make sentences. b a promise? Sometimes it can be difficult – or tempting! c much notice of the complaints. to be honest. d an eye on all your possessions and belongings. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . 25 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. 1 People always have an opinion. it was a relief. but it was not without a sense of anxiety. Written by Rhona Snelling. g sense of why Vicky left. We didn’t take c 2 When I eventually made 3 We both felt incredibly privileged to get 4 There may be many secret schemes to get 5 Have you ever deliberately broken 6 Whether any of the predictions will come 7 The family always used to make up 8 Look out for each other on holiday by keeping 9 There are times when it’s best to just keep 10 Despite trying again and again to make 11 If you fall out with a friend.Unit 4 Going away Worksheet 4. h money.

13 Worksheet 4. 4.1 Language focus: Gerund and infinitive 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 doing work remove meet ask visiting to remain change to go to have relax going decide continue organising finalising to help starting becoming to hear 15. 9.Unit 4 Answer key Worksheet 4. 18 1. 20 2. 12.2 Language focus: Word formation: prefixes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2 2 3 4 5 dishonest illegal unusual impractical unfriendly unlucky incomplete unhelpful unfriendly dishonest incorrect unusual 26 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. 16. 8. Written by Verity Cole. 5. 11. 14 7 3.com. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . 17.directtofce. 19 6 10 7.

money an eye. much notice of j f h b l k d a g i e 27 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. in touch.directtofce.com. sense of care of. Written by Verity Cole.Unit 4 Answer key 6 7 8 9 unhelpful impractical unlucky incomplete Worksheet 4.4 Vocabulary: Verb collocations 1 get keep make take 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 a chance to.3 Vocabulary: Travel 1 2 d 3 a b incorrect 2 1 2 3 c 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 3 1 2 3 4 4 1 2 3 4 b incorrect a c b d a incorrect a incorrect b c put me up dropped me off miss get on delayed taxied enjoy Worksheet 4. silent the decision. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .

................ © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . I’ve enrolled on an evening course at my local college.............directtofce.... .................................................................com...... Do you want to come along? 5 We might/could be able to go on a long holiday this year because we’ve been saving for months..............Worksheet 5.......... 28 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www....... 2 He will/should go to Australia for his year out........... but I think he’s undecided..... 6 actions in progress at certain time in the future 7 intentions or plans 8 certain to happen ........................... Then name the tense or language used..................1 Language focus: The future 1 Match each of the statements a–i to a description of the use 1–8..m.. 6 I will be looking/will look after my baby niece this afternoon............................................. e We’re meeting Simon tonight at 8 p............................. but there’s a lot of traffic..... Written by Rhona Snelling....... 8 I’m going to/may study French next year... i I think I’ll probably move house next year.................... ........... d I’m going to travel around the world after I finish my exams and before I go to college................... 9 He may/should start looking for a new job next year.. g I’ll be working in the library this afternoon... c You should be able to get a good price for your car if you sell it online....... 0 It will/may be great if we could meet up soon..................... perhaps we can meet there? h I’ll be happier when all the preparations have been completed. .... b It’s likely to become more difficult to find a good job......... 2 Underline the correct word in italics in the following sentences.......... 7 It’s likely/should to be a challenging year ahead but I’m confident we can handle it...... 3 I will/could be so relieved when the final exam is over and we can relax when all the preparations have been completed....... I’m looking forward to it! f We might be able to get there by 4 p.. 4 actions which continue up to a point in the future .......m............................................. 1 probability (x2) 3 predictions and expectations 5 uncertainty ......... 4 I see/’m seeing Zoe tomorrow morning for coffee...... It’s been too long! 1 We will have been working/will be working on this project for four months on Saturday...... 2 confirmed arrangements ..... I think he’d really enjoy it there...... so call me in the evening. be likely to b ........... a We’ll have been travelling around Europe for three months on Monday....... ..............

..... Written by Rhona Snelling.... when/but/however I worked hard and it slowly got better............. we moved to another city........ we can have dinner at that lovely Italian restaurant.................... (save) for five years that he had enough money for his dream holiday............................. 2 Complete the following sentences with an appropriate form of the verb in brackets... 7 Whenever we .......... 4 Ellen in the end/finally/at last found a present for her sister after a whole day shopping................ I was always too excited to sleep the night before..... 2 While/Whenever/Whilst we were wondering what to do....... (travel) to the beach for family holidays... 29 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www........ Sumi calmly read the directions again........... 7 During/As/Whilst I was walking to the cafe...... my first thought was to find my old friends and catch up........... (emigrate) that she met my father and they were soon wed..... I ........... have finished 0 After we .... 5 During the trip........ (decide) to turn it down.. (get) angry about being lost...... Find the word....2 Language focus: Time linkers with past tenses 1 In each of the following sentences one time linker is incorrect. my friend called and said she was running late.................... (arrive) at the party..............Unit 5 Fitting in Worksheet 5.... Luca suggested going to the cinema................... shall we make a start on the presentation? 1 The team struggled to reach a decision but they . 3 It wasn’t long after my mother .................. but eventually I ____ .......directtofce...... 6 I couldn’t make up my mind about the job..................... 2 Once I .. I realised I’d forgotten my money.. 8 It wasn’t until Tom ....... 6 After/Before/Just going to the cinema.. (finish) the report for Toni.... (notice) several people complaining about the driver and the tour company............. 3 Soon/Not long /When after we arrived.... (come) to an agreement in the end.............. 0 We thought moving house was a good idea at/by the time but it was a terrible mistake... 1 Shortly/Once/Not long after I finished my exams... 5 At first I found English very difficult.................................... but she decided to go in the end/lastly/eventually........ 8 She wasn’t sure about the trip.. 4 Whilst we . 9 I recognised my old teacher as soon as/when/once I saw her at the reunion.....com.................... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .........

....directtofce................ Written by Rhona Snelling..........com....... There are two extra words you do not need............................ ................................. What is the missing vertical word? 1 t o l e r a n t 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Someone who is … 1 aware of other people’s feelings and behaves in a respectful way towards them. 6 calm and generally unstressed by situations. 30 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www..3 Vocabulary: Personality 1 Add the words in the box to the groups of words in 1–6................ 3 willing to meet new people and does not show any nerves or unease..... 5 aware of other people’s feelings and says or does something to care for them.. decisive friendly sensible brave responsible sociable kind moody self-assured fussy grumpy thoughtful tough tough ............ 7 willing to meet new people and enjoys going out regularly....... ............ nervous 1 adventurous 2 reliable 3 outgoing 4 caring 5 bad-tempered 6 confident 2 Complete the crossword..... 4 calm and can cope with difficult people and circumstances....... 2 calm and has no problem getting along with others..... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .. ........... ........... 8 aware of other people’s feelings and can sometimes be upset by others............ ...Unit 5 Fitting in Worksheet 5...

....... up to? Some people find inspiration in an older relative and others find it in a public figure who has achieved great things.com.....................Unit 5 Fitting in Worksheet 5....... 8 We really need to ..... 6 When we were little my sister and I didn’t ................................ as we’ve got older... 2 Who do you ........ 3 join a bad group of people ................................................. put up with 0 I don’t know why you ........ 7 Zoe is always ........................................................................................ © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .................................................................................... carry come get leave look show put put up with 1 tolerate ......... out of plans for family holiday plans.. but he gradually stopped socialising with him when he went to college...... his behaviour... 9 ignore or not include somebody/something ........................... 8 think of something new ........ off to her colleagues.............. 6 boast ................ 2 have a (good) relationship with somebody .... 4 anticipate with excitement ........... 5 Roger’s parents always made sure that he and his little sister were never ............... in with a bad group of people................................................... Last week...................... Written by Rhona Snelling............. Any thoughts? 31 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www...................... 5 admire and respect ..................................... on with this project for another couple of hours and then I’ll have a break and go shopping..................... something exciting and different............ 3 I’m really ..........................................................................4 Vocabulary: Phrasal verbs 1 Find nine phrasal verbs in the table.. forward off on out up in of with to 2 Complete the following sentences with the correct form of the phrasal verb.. up with some new ideas for the book.............. You should tell him not to be so rude! 1 I’m ......................... but.................................... 7 continue ............................ we’ve become really close...................................... I’m going to New York with my boyfriend! 4 It’s true that Simon ...............directtofce. Then match them to the following meanings 1–9.................... on with each other at all.............. it was her promotion and this week it’s a holiday she’s planning................... forward to the weekend...............................

1 Language focus: The future 1 1c 2e 3i 4a 5f 6g 7d 8h 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 should present continuous will future perfect continuous may/might/could future continuous going to will will have been working should will ’m seeing might will be looking likely going to 9 may Worksheet 5.Unit 5 Answer key Worksheet 5.com.2 Language focus: Time linkers with past tenses 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Once Whenever When in the end when Just During lastly once came arrived/had arrived emigrated/had emigrated were getting noticed/had noticed decided travelled had been saving 32 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . Written by Rhona Snelling.directtofce.

3 Vocabulary: Personality 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 sensible friendly thoughtful grumpy decisive easy-going confident patient thoughtful relaxed sociable sensitive missing word: adventurous Worksheet 5. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .Unit 5 Answer key Worksheet 5.com.4 Vocabulary: Phrasal verbs 1 carry on with come up with get on with get in with leave out of look forward to look up to show off (to) put up with 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 get on with get in with look forward to look up to show off (to) carry on with come up with leave out of carrying look looking got left get showing come 33 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. Written by Rhona Snelling.directtofce.

............ 6 .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1 .............Worksheet 6..................................................................... 4 .............................................................................................. 8 .............................................................................................................................................................................................................com.................. 8 What are you going to say to the committee? She asked .................................................................................... 5 Does the library agree with the college’s proposal? She asked ...................................................................................................... 1 Do you think it is a good idea to close the library on a Sunday? She asked ............ auxiliary verb (do) dropped..................................................................................................... 3 How long have you been working in education? She asked ........... no change in question word order 0 .................................................................................................................................. 2 Look at your answers to exercise 1. 5 . © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 ............. 7 Are you going to represent the library and voice your disapproval? She asked ...................... 3 ...... 34 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www.........................................................................................................................................1 Language focus: Reported questions 1 Read the direct questions asked to a library official by a college newspaper reporter................................................................................................ 2 .................................................................. 0 How do you feel about the college’s proposal? how he felt about the college’s proposal She asked ................................................................ 4 Why did you apply for the post at this college? She asked .................................................................................................... Written by Rhona Snelling.................................................................. 7 .................... Complete the gaps with reported questions.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6 Can you attend the meeting with the committee next week? She asked ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Explain the changes made between direct questions and reported questions........................................directtofce...................................................................................................................................................................... 2 What was your first thought when you heard about the proposed closure? She asked ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

........................directtofce..Unit 6 A matter of opinion Worksheet 6............com.................................... There are five extra options................................................................................................................................. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 ....... 2 Don’t catch the 12................. That will make things easier for you! .......................................................................................................... explaining ......................................................20 train – you won’t get to the party on time and Andrew will be upset................................. 35 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www......................... 5 ........ Go on! ................................................. Complete the direct statements and the reported statements.......................................2 Language focus: Reported speech 1 Read the email exchange between two friends...................................... 6 I’ll have a party the night before I leave for the airport............................................. 1 ....................................................................................................................................................... 2 Match each statement to a reporting verb from the box....................... ........ He asked if she would be having a birthday party here first.... but you’ve made amazing progress! I think you’re going to do well...................................................................................................................... It’ll be my first time.............................. 1 Well.... .................. She said ............... begging encouraging explaining offering ordering persuading predicting promising recommending refusing warning 0 It is a very difficult decision and I’m afraid I still haven’t made up my mind yet. ................................................. 4 I know the exam is scary........ 3 Oh please come shopping with us! It’ll be fun! There are lots of sales............... She asked ... He said I had to remember to get my visa before I travelled...................................................... 4 I applied for it yesterday! She said ......... She said ... 2 I’m going to Boston next month for my birthday......... Written by Rhona Snelling...................................................................................................... 0 Have you been to America? if I had been to America...... I can help you with cooking dinner............................................................................................. 3 .................. I don’t care what you say........ 5 I’m not going to take part in the protest..... it’s not something I agree with..................................................... He said he had been several times and that he hoped to go again soon..............................

................................... 0 The newspaper reported that the march had caused disruption to all the residents and businesses in the area and things had got of control...... (4) ..... debate show – broadcast your opinion to everybody watching............. march – join up with other people and show you have one voice....... Use one to four words............................ strongly about OK.................... .... (6) ........ 36 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www...................... Look at the list below and chose a way that appeals to you: (3) ......... so there’s a new legislation that you feel (0) ...... Perhaps they have (8) .......................................... minds about what to do........ demonstration or been in a similar situation before and can advise you. There are a number of ways you can take (2) ...... 4 The organisers were in divided minds about continuing with the protest. 6 You can take your point across in many ways: attend a march............... Written by Rhona Snelling..... ................ 3 Have you ever been on any disruptions? They are not violent or frightening........................... Which expressions in bold are correct? Correct the incorrect ones.... petition – an easy and simple way of expressing yourself.....directtofce............ If you (7) .......................................com............................. 7 I’m sure that eight out of ten people feel strongly on a certain issue..... 5 I think that went across really well............................................Unit 6 A matter of opinion Worksheet 6..... things go too far with all these events that upset and disrupt others................................... Why not sign a petition and complain with less aggression? 2 The reason everybody respects him is because he actually took action and organised that important first protest............... comment on a website – show your thoughts online..................... ✔ 1 In my opinion.... and you’re wondering what is the best way to get (1) .................... There were no significant problems and people seemed to understand our message.............. ask your friends and family for their opinion...... but decided it was even more reason to make their stand................. get involved in a protest or take part in a sit-in....... (5) . they are a simply a chance to join others who also disapprove of something..... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 ................ but fewer than that number will do anything than complain 2 Complete the advice leaflet with suitable expressions.......3 Vocabulary: Expressing your opinion 1 Read the following sentences...........

............................................................ b .............................................................. i ....................... ? Just tell me! 37 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. f ..........................Unit 6 A matter of opinion Worksheet 6............... You may need to change the form.............. and just stop worrying about it! into consideration h ..directtofce.......... my head every time – sometimes it’s a good decision......4 Vocabulary: Making decisions 1 Complete the expressions about making decisions......................... g .............com......................................... and not fly to Australia...................................................... Written by Rhona Snelling............... the pros and the cons by making a list and analysing it.. a decision.... Use your answers from exercise 1 to help you........................................ and coming to a decision has been very difficult..................... 1 h You need to take everything 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 To be honest......... I changed I was so worried that I decided to It’s typical of my sister to A useful way to approach the problem is Why can’t you give your honest opinion and not If I were you I’d go for the I’m always too emotional and let my We all agree that it is no a ..................... d . so many times that the car was sold to someone else! c ................................................ Who else would leave their job without thinking about? e .. ind 0 change my m _ _ _ 1 g _ back on a decision 2 go for the easiest o _ _ _ _ _ 3 let my heart r _ _ _ my head 4 m _ _ _ up my mind 5 no easy m _ _ _ _ _ 6 r _ _ _ into a decision 7 s _ _ on the fence 8 take everything into c _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 9 w _ _ _ _ up the pros and the cons 2 Match 1–9 to a–i to make sentences and complete each gap................... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 ................................................... – there are many important factors in your choice of college........

3 You must remember to get your visa before you travel. add if/whether. 2 she was going to Boston next month for her birthday and that it would be her first time. 2 1 add if/whether. 2 him what his first thought was when he had heard about the proposed closure.com. 5 if/whether the library agreed with the college proposal.2 Language focus: Reported speech 1 1 I’ve been several times and I hope to go again soon. change tense (can to could). change tense (apply to had applied) 5 auxiliary verb (does) dropped. 6 if/whether he could attend the meeting with the committee next week. Written by Rhona Snelling. 5 Will you be having a birthday party here first? 6 she’d have a party the night before she left/leaves for the airport. invert modal verb and pronoun (Can you to he could) 7 add if/whether. change tense (is to was) 2 change tense (had to had heard) 3 change tense (have you been working to had been working) 4 auxiliary verb (did) dropped. 4 she had applied for it the previous day.directtofce.Unit 6 Answer key Worksheet 6.1 Language focus: Reported questions 1 1 if/whether he thought it was a good idea to close the library on a Sunday. 8 what he was going to say to the committee. 4 why he had applied for the post at this college. 2 1 offering 2 warning 3 begging 4 encouraging 5 refusing 38 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. change tense and pronoun position (are you going to he was going) 8 change tense and pronoun position (are you going to he was going) Worksheet 6. change tense (agree to agreed) 6 add if/whether. 3 how long he had been working in education. 7 if/whether he was going to represent the library and voice his disapproval. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .

3 Vocabulary: Expressing your opinion 1 1 correct 2 correct 3 disruptions demonstrations 4 divided two 5 across off 6 take get 7 on about 2 (1) your/the point across (2) action (3) sign a (4) post a (5) go on a (6) go on a (7) are (still) in two (8) been/gone on a Worksheet 6.Unit 6 Answer key Worksheet 6.4 Vocabulary: Making decisions 1 1 o 2 ption 3 ule 4 ake 5 atter 6 ush 7 it 8 onsideration 9 eigh 2 2 b my mind 3 f go back on my/the decision 4 d rush into 5 a to weigh up 6 i sit on the fence 7 g easiest option 8 c heart rule 9 e easy matter 39 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www.directtofce.com. Written by Rhona Snelling. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .

we grow our own vegetables and keep a/Ø chicken for the eggs we get from it every day.... We provide a hot meal. she loves music. so if you can help us........ but unlike the teenagers in your home......... Emma is just one of the thousands of young adults who.. through no fault of their own....... end up living on the streets...the day........ Emma does her best to 4 g........ 3 a/Ø Sunday papers all have the same front page story but each of them has a slightly different perspective on it.. Emma is a typical teenager... a/Ø heavy luggage will just make walking long distances uncomfortable.... 5 Dieticians argue that eating a/Ø meat is an important part of a balanced diet but environmentalists would prefer us to eat vegetables as they don’t create a/Ø pollution.. it’s raining and she hasn’t had any sleep.. please give generously... first of all..com. she hasn’t got time to think about these things as she’s too stay alive busy trying to 1 .. b.. Her work tells the story about her near fatal accident and how she survived and still painted despite a/Ø bad health. can sell for millions of pounds.. Written by Verity Cole. 4 A: Would you like a/Ø coffee and a/Ø cake? B: Sorry....... m..1 Vocabulary: Surviving 1 Complete the gaps with the correct phrase.. Frida Kahlo....... but 3 g...... and people like Emma to survive......... 1 Homeless charities sometimes offer a/Ø accommodation to people who are sleeping rough... I suggest doing a/Ø research about the company so that you can ask well-informed questions.. I think I could do with a/Ø help – I need to speak to someone with a/Ø specialist knowledge.. We depend on donations.... there isn’t a/Ø room in the house for visitors. at the moment..... Language focus: Countable and uncountable nouns 2 Underline the correct word or symbol (a or Ø = nothing) in italics in the following sentences. but I’d love a/Ø tea if you’re making one.. t. 11 In order to go on a/Ø backpacking trip........ Protection is a charity which has been set up to help people like Emma... a warm bed and advice about how to get off the streets...... socialising and clothes...... 40 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www...... 6 Can you give me a/Ø advice about how to apply for this position? 7 a/Ø work of art by the famous artist... ..... I don’t drink a/Ø coffee and I’m on a diet so I can’t eat a/Ø cake...Worksheet 7........... 2 We try to live using our own resources and shop as little as possible. but it’s difficult if she’s cold.. you need to travel light.directtofce...... most days on money from strangers............... She can’t get a job so she has no money to 2 m. 9 A: How’s the report going? Are you making a/Ø progress? B: Not really..... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 ........ The first letter of each word has been given.. 8 Well....... e.. 10 We’d like a/Ø spare room for our guests to come and stay..

... about escaping..... to loaning money to businesses which might not make a profit... how about clothes – I’ve got 6 several/a large amount of nice warm jumpers and a 7 quite a few/a great deal of pairs of warm trousers.. on charity and want to help themselves. Once the new business is making a profit.... but you need to have 3 ....... b... Imagine being poor..... to the problem of poverty by lending poor people small loans to start their own business.. each pair goes with a different pair of trousers. for the training and pay back the loan. One of the best things about the scheme is that the loan is then recycled – another person in need can then 11 .. I really need your advice about packing for this survival course I’m going on... Written by Verity Cole. B: I can see that! What on earth have you got in that rucksack? You look as if you’ve got far too 1 much/many stuff. an impossibility for the world’s poor. having little education and living in an area where there are few jobs... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 a a a a a a a a a a a forget depend applied applied participate belong belonged depend result apply result b b b b b b b b b b b dream concentrate invest paid result listen listened concentrate believe pay believe c c c c c c c c c c c complain agree saved believed invest object objected agree invest save up invest d d d d d d d d d d d worry insist apologised apologised believe respond to responded to look participate apologise participate Language focus: Countable and uncountable nouns 2 Underline the correct word in italics in the following conversation... up money for that. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 ..... d) best fits each gap... A: I know... But what’s this ............ in success.... Well. 3 .directtofce.. b Poverty is a trap which many poor people can only 1 ... they don’t charge interest and they 8 ......... 1....com.. I hadn’t thought of that. You might also need 8 a little/a couple of T-shirts in case it gets hot and 9 a bit of/a few waterproof layers... a map of the area and 12 very little/a couple of knives to cut things up with? A: Oh. on teaching the new businessperson valuable skills which ensure that their efforts 9 ... 2..... for bank loans but had difficulty in convincing the banks to 5 . money in their idea. in case it rains.. but I’m trying to pack something for 2 every/all possible situation.. people in deprived areas have 4.. banks 6......... 4 pairs of shoes? A: Well..2 Vocabulary: Prepositions (+ verbs) 1 Read the text and decide which answer (a.. independent financial organisations have 7. this isn’t a fashion show – all you need is one pair of comfortable shoes and 10 quite a few/a great deal more common sense.... c. For example. People might not want to 2.... I thought I might get bored out in the wild on my own so I’ve packed 3 quite a few/a little books...... only then does the businessperson 10 ... These days. But how? One option is to use valuable skills to set up your own business..Unit 7 Sur vival Worksheet 7. B: Excellent. A: Ray... help is increasingly at hand in the form of micro – finance... Unlike commercial banks. Not for profit. Do you think 5 is too 4 much/many? B: Books?!! You won’t need 5any/some books where you’re going – you’ll be concentrating on keeping warm and dry.. B: For heavens sake.. 41 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www...... A: Oh... In the past.... Have you got 11 many/some matches.. in the scheme.....

mum..3 Vocabulary: Prepositions (+ nouns) 1 Complete the gaps in the word snake with an appropriate preposition. should A: Oh....... B: And you 2 .. 1 Welsh school children must to study the language as part of the national curriculum..directtofce............. advice and necessity (present) 2a Some of the following sentences are incorrect. 5 I’d like to live and work in Spain.. it’s frightening when you don’t know what’s going on.... 10 The teacher says James has to spend more time studying and less time having fun .. seatbelts must be worn at all times as a safety measure. Find the incorrect sentences and change them. because they say if I want to be a good musician.. here I brought these for you. they’re lovely....... or you’ll get burned.... to worry.. but you 1 . how lovely to see you.. 4 You don’t have to stay out in the sun for more than half an hour... I think they 3 ... Sometimes two prepositions are needed. 7 Modern Foreign Languages are currently part of the curriculum in the UK but students don’t have to study them after the age of 16. How are you feeling mum? Have the doctors said when you can go home? A: They haven’t told me anything.... Written by Verity Cole..... be saving your money if you’re off to University soon.... it’s fascinating – it tells the story of the first immigrants to the city and how they started a new life in the city. to communicate a bit more.. but I’ll must be able to speak the language fluently in order to get a job...... A: Yes... B: I know.....Unit 7 Sur vival Worksheet 7.. Anyway.. this is to make sure that the language survives over the next few generations.. 3 My sister and I wanted to rescue the baby fox we found and take it home but our parents wouldn’t make us – they said that the mother might be looking for it. get well soon..... 6 When driving. but it’s only a week away now........ prohibition...... I have to learn to be disciplined.. A: Sean.. b Complete the gaps in the conversation with the appropriate form of the modal verbs... or we’ll have to postpone it. 8 The public aren’t allowed feed the animals in the zoo because it could be dangerous. 2 You really must visit Ellis island while you’re in New York.... 42 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www... B: Hi.... they’ve said that it’s nothing serious.. 9 My parents let me practise the piano every day.... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 ... how are the wedding preparations going? B: Fine.. I suppose so... on Language focus: Obligation. be worrying about me.. so you 5 .com.. haven’t they. but there’s no 4 .

. A: I know........ are you? A: Ah.................. Then there’s really inexperienced people who do mad things and end up wasting the emergency service’s time..... the men in Touching the Void 2.... B: I suppose you’re right. became Born Free....... been scared stiff. A: Yeah. she was . B: Well... A: Yes....... moved from the wild to London zoo as a present from the Kenyan government....... . they thought they could handle it. had a positive outcome.............com........................ started in 1983 to help save critically ....... never really 3........ ........ it .. when the elephant was only two years old..... but she 6 ... advice and necessity (past) 2 Complete the gaps in the conversation with the appropriate form of the modal verbs............ A: I’ve just watched Touching the Void...... B: Yeah........ When they . QUICK IMMEDIATE IRONIC EVENTUAL FORTUNATE SUDDEN DEEP FINAL CRITICAL USUAL Language focus: Obligation............... apparently. finished filming........Unit 7 Sur vival Worksheet 7.... it never 9 ... .. It inspired Bill and Virginia to start their charity Zoo check.... but it’s only really dangerous if you’re not properly trained or if you take silly risks... has an ....... 43 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www.. it’s exciting isn’t it? But I wouldn’t have thought it was your sort of thing – you’re not into climbing.......... When actors Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna travelled to Africa to star in the classic film Born Free.. for example............. to have gone ahead..... became unhappy and died almost .... have got herself into such difficulties if she had taken the right equipment........ B: Oh. Luckily she had her mobile phone with her so could call for help........ attempted to descend the mountain in those sort of conditions but because they were experienced........... I know..4 Vocabulary: Word formation: adverbs 1 Complete each gap with the appropriate form of the words in capitals 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 The Born Free charity..... There.... Although this was a very upsetting story............ © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . she ... how about that running competition last year? You know............ .. You know..... B: Poor woman – she 5 ...................... let me...... . the one where the organisers thought that they didn’t 8 . she went for a long hike with her dog without taking any water.......... prohibition.... that’s where you’re wrong – I always wanted to learn to climb when I was young wouldn’t but my parents 1 ......... all those poor people suffering from hypothermia...... it was every bit as good as the review said it would be.. The weather changed and she got lost................... they were . what happened? A: Well.. Written by Verity Cole... a compass or wet weather gear. which .. that was dreadful. to be airlifted to safety from the Moors the other day? B: No. . they have a point........................................... history.......... taken more precautions – she 7............. they said it was too dangerous.directtofce. to postpone the run because of the weather....... did you hear about the woman who 4.............. So many accidents could be avoided if people think a bit before acting... endangered animals..they made a documentary starring a baby elephant called Pole Pole...... affected by their close contact with the lions.....

Ø 6 Ø 7 a . Ø. Ø 10 a.Unit 7 Answer key Worksheet 7. but I’ll have to be able to speak the language fluently in order to get a job.Ø 8 Ø 9 A: Ø B: Ø. 6 correct 7 correct 44 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. advice and necessity (present) 2a 2 correct 3 My sister and I wanted to rescue the baby fox we found and take it home but our parents wouldn’t let us – they said that the mother might be looking for it. by. by. out of. on Language focus: Obligation. out of. at. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .directtofce. by. in. on.1 Vocabulary: Surviving 1 2 make ends meet 3 gets by 4 get through Language focus: Countable and uncountable nouns 2 a 3 Ø 4 A: a.2 Vocabulary: Prepositions (+ verbs) 1 2a 3c 4a 5c 6c 7d 8b 9a 10 b 11 d Language focus: Countable and uncountable nouns 2 2 every 3 quite a few 8 a couple of 9 a few 4 many 5 any 10 a great deal more 6 several 11 some 7 quite a few 12 a couple of Worksheet 7. or you’ll get burned. Ø Worksheet 7. a B: Ø. in. prohibition. 4 You shouldn’t stay out in the sun for more than half an hour. at. Ø 11 a. a 5 Ø. at. Written by Verity Cole. 5 I’d like to live and work in Spain.com. by.3 Vocabulary: Prepositions (+ nouns) 1 on.

10 correct 2b 2 shouldn’t 3 ought to 4 need 5’d better Worksheet 7. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .com. 9 My parents make me practise the piano every day. prohibition. I have to learn to be disciplined.4 Vocabulary: Word formation: adverbs 1 2 unusual 3 deeply 4 finally 5 Unfortunately 8 immediately 9 ironically 10 eventually 6 suddenly 7 quickly Language focus: Obligation.directtofce. advice and necessity (past) 2 2 should 3 have 8 need 9 ought 4 had 5 must have 6 should have 7 needn’t have 45 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www.Unit 7 Answer key 8 The public aren’t allowed to feed the animals in the zoo because it could be dangerous. because they say if I want to be a good musician. Written by Verity Cole.

………… women of all time. Please 7 ……........ On December 31st.. perhaps this is why elderly people get nostalgic about their childhood. One friend of mine even sticks new words up around her bedroom wall and only takes them down when she has 9 ……..... 46 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www.... As you get old.. He has to do things to help him to remember.... you could try putting words into a mind map or writing them in sentences.. our power will be cut off..………… me to post this letter today – it’s a gas bill and if we don’t pay it soon.. he ties four knots in his handkerchief.. I still remember my mum dancing round the kitchen to the Beatles when I was very young. it was an 10 ……......1 Vocabulary: Memory bring back forgetful long-term memorable memorize photographed photographic remind unforgettable 1 Complete the gaps in each sentence with an appropriate word from the box..………… ... There are lots of different ways to 8 ……..………… memories of the time and moment that they were originally played......... the sky lit up with spectacular fireworks all across the world as the clock chimed midnight...Worksheet 8. One of the most 4 …….. you tend not to remember things that happened last week but instead your 2 ……..directtofce.............. 2000............. For example.………… vocabulary...………… memory would certainly help performance in exams.. Dad is incredibly 6 …….... Songs from the past tend to 3 ……. Having a 5 ……..………… events in history is when the Berlin Wall came down... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .............. it was very moving to see families who hadn’t seen each other for years reunited. their good looks and controversial lives meant everyone wanted to see them on the covers of magazines... if he has four things to do that day....………… memory seems to get stronger. photographed Marilyn Monroe and Princess Diana were among the most 1 ……..com.............………… them........ Written by Verity Cole..………… New Year’s Eve....

2 Native American and Mayan cultures are examples of cultures who don’t like . contestants.......... (photograph)..................... (transfer) to Bristol hospital next week for further tests............ the rules of the game must .......... but for those of you who aren’t green fingered.......... Then.... They aren’t aware at this moment that they . (eat)...............gardenersglobe.......... a short high speed chase..... (hunt) by our stealthy predator.. an explosion of movement.......... a man who apparently can’t remember his own name has checked himself in to All Saints hospital in Candlewick........ Here’s your starter question... 3 There are those who like getting their hands dirty and those who prefer their garden .... there’s a list of recommended landscape gardeners on our website: www...... Sadie........................ fingers on the buzzers.............. staff have not been able to identify the mystery man.................... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .... all of a sudden....... you ............... 6 Well.. (follow) at all times............ (transform) completely this week........ Now.......... 5 The zebra graze peacefully on the African plain.........com........... nature programme gardening programme news programme game show documentary makeover show 1 And now for an unusual story.................... a swift kill and the slowest zebra in the herd ......... I come under the first category.....directtofce.... no interrupting one another or you’ll lose 10 points.. But this isn’t a strange phobia... from a housewife who always wears beige to a super-glamorous girl about town........ (design) for them. how do you feel? Do you like your new look? Do you think your friends and family will recognise you? 47 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. Then complete the gaps with an appropriate form of the passive................ will be transferred He .. there’s a fear among these people that your soul can be endangered by photography..... He has undergone a series of brain scans but so far..............Unit 8 Streng th of mind Language focus: The passive 2 First read the stories and match them to a TV genre in the box.......com 4 Now...... remember............. Written by Verity Cole.....

it /announce/ that Stephen /name/ by Queen Elizabeth II as a Member of the Order of British Empire. d e f g h i 48 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. The teachers at Queensmill School /encourage/ Stephen to speak by not allowing him his art materials. a 1 Stephen Wiltshire is an artist with an amazing talent. 7 Passing his driving test was such a relief – he had been having lessons for months and it was getting very expensive. I couldn’t remember. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . and /not/interact with other people. Stephen / born in London on 24th April. replacing the underlined parts with an appropriate expression with mind and a personal pronoun if necessary. Aged three.com. Language focus: The passive 2 Read the text and number each sentence in the correct order. 5 I’m so sorry that I forgot your birthday. with everything which has been happening at the moment. it’ll help her to forget all her troubles. he / diagnose/ as autistic. so they should allow themselves enough time to do this. and subsequently/complete/ a detailed and perfectly scaled aerial illustration of a four-square-mile area within three hours.2 Vocabulary: Expressions with mind 1 Rewrite the sentences.directtofce. since his school days. He can draw very detailed. I don’t think I bought a single item of new clothing for over ten years! 4 If you’d like to go with Simon to the cinema. 1 When the policeman asked me where I lived. 3 I was very keen on buying a house so I saved very hard. Written by Verity Cole. rather than me. b c At the age of five. 2 It’s a good idea to take mum away for a nice holiday.“paper. where it/ notice/ that he loved drawing. I was so embarrassed. In January 2006. Stephen /send/ to Queensmill School in London. ‘Fragments of Genius’. 1974. he /film/ flying over London aboard a helicopter. Then complete the sentences with the correct form of the active or passive. I was so embarrassed. His drawing /include/ 12 historic landmarks and 200 other structures. that’s fine – he likes science fiction and I’d much rather read a good book. accurate representations of cityscapes after having only seen them briefly. When the policeman asked me where I lived. my mind went blank. As a young child he /not/ speak at all. in recognition of his services to the Art world. 6 Candidates should take into consideration that they don’t have any extra time to transfer their answers to the answer sheet in the exam. Later that year he /open/ his permanent gallery in London. Stephen eventually /say/ his first word . it totally went out of my head.” Stephen’s work has.Unit 8 Streng th of mind Worksheet 8. /be/ the subject of many international TV programmes and his life has/ feature/ in many books. In one documentary.

....................................................... .................... (not go far) enough in his comparisons between mankind and chimps.... (knew) that humans and chimpanzees share some physical qualities – we both have long arms and tailless bodies...............................................com..... ......... b Complete the gaps with an appropriate active or passive form of the verb in brackets.................................................................................................................................Unit 8 Streng th of mind Worksheet 8........3 Vocabulary: Arts and culture 1 Complete words in the table................. however...... Some letters have been given.................. b Richard ............................................directtofce.......................................................... 4 a Richard’s teachers expect him to take his exams a year earlier than the other students..... (discover) that the human genome is actually 96% similar to that of a chimpanzee... b It ....... . In addition to this.................... 49 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www....... .......... (make) the provocative claim that chimps were our 2 closest living relative.... .............. The similarity between our temperaments and habits has also 3 .............. It ................. 6 a Superstitious people say that if you dream something on Friday and tell your dream to someone on Saturday...................... b It .......................................... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .......................................... that Darwin 4 ................................ made Charles Darwin once 1 .............................. small models which look like planes have been discovered in the pyramids............................................. 3 a Historians think that the ancient Egyptians came up with an initial design for an aircraft.......... b The stress of our lives ........... ........................................................................ Written by Verity Cole.......................................... (suggest) that far from being mentally inferior to us................................. 1 a Dieticians and doctors know that eating oily fish can help improve your brain function....................... b ...................... (document). b Doing word puzzles ............ 7 a Some social historians feel that the stress of our daily lives is bad for our health......................................... It seems................... (outperform) us in memory tests... 5 a Some people believe that mysterious circles made in fields were created by UFOs.................. a recent study 6 .................. It is known that eating oily fish can help improve your brain function.... your dream will come true! b It ..... It 5 ...... BOOKS 1 novelist 2 p_ p _ _ b _ _ k 3 b__g__p_y 4 b__t-s____r 5 p__m 6 n_v_l THEATRE 7 b_ll_t 8 s_a_e 9 p_ r_ _ r _ _ _ _ e 10 c _ s t 11 p_ _ _ w _ _ g _ t 12 b _ _ l l _ _ _ a ART 13 s _ u _ p _ _ _ e 14 s_ u _ _ o 15 e _ h _ b _ _ _ _ n 16 g a _ _ _ _ y 17 c _ _ t _ _ n 18 ab _ _ _ t MUSIC 19 ly _ _ _ s 20 j _ _ z 21 h _ _/ _ _ p 22 o _ c h _ _ _ _ a 23 cl _ _ _ _ c _ l 24 c _ m p _ _ _ r Language focus: Passive of reporting verbs 2a Rewrite sentence b so that it has a similar meaning to sentence a.................................................................................................. chimps can actually 7 ........ 2 a Doctors recommend keeping your brain active by doing word puzzles............

...... cream into your face every day to keep it looking young. . but please don’t ... Remember to .... I caught a .Unit 8 Streng th of mind Worksheet 8....... 3 Laura’s far too vain 4 It’s typical of rebellious teenagers 5 Sarah was so moody all weekend.......... e to do the opposite to what their parents and teachers tell them..directtofce.......... Give reasons for your answer... .... g to think I was better than anybody else... I know you’re angry. 50 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www.......... of freshly baked bread People who . He likes to . she would hate it if someone saw her looking like that........ The skin was red where I had ..... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 ......... Paul ........com...... Written by Verity Cole..... it........ lemon over your fish. at me..... Vocabulary: The senses 2 First put the letters on the left in the correct order and then complete the gaps in each sentence with the word. b to protect us from anybody... c to enjoy himself.... Please don’t .... if you need to talk... his parents discussing something private... lovingly at his new motorbike..4 Vocabulary: Character adjectives 1a Match the sentence halves 1–8 to a–h........... it is respectful 7 My dog’s far too placid 8 Sometimes it’s necessary to be aggressive b Think about which of these adjectives you would use to describe yourself...... 1 My parents brought me up to be modest and not 2 Children should learn that it’s not polite a to remove your shoes before entering someone’s house.......... f to defend yourself from attack... the dog..... I prefer liquid medicine.. it might bite.. Libraries are quiet places........ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 SETTA SLEMIPG CELNAG WEVI RAETS MELLS VEESDORPA ROEVAHER LALWOSW ZEUEQSE KEOSTR NISFF RIEHSPW LYEL ZEGA CSRHACTDE BUR taste The ......... she’d probably just lick them.......... of the mountains from the window It’s rude to .. at doors never hear good things about themselves.... of strawberries on a summer picnic....... .. Pills are hard to ...... at my watch for a second The . It’s rude to ...... I ....... it was impossible for Simon 6 In some parts of the world....... if someone broke into the house.. at people The .. d to interrupt someone when they’re talking. of the girl as she ran through the crowd... you should ............. please blow your nose.... h to go out of the house without make-up...

9d Later that year he opened his permanent gallery in London. Aged three. where it was noticed that he loved drawing. been the subject of many international TV programmes and his life has featured in many books. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .com. 6 makeover show: have been transformed Worksheet 8. 8c In January 2006. Stephen was sent to Queensmill School in London. 5f The teachers at Queensmill School encouraged Stephen to speak by not allowing him his art materials. Stephen eventually said his first word . 51 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. and subsequently completed a detailed and perfectly scaled aerial illustration of a four-square-mile area within three hours. he was diagnosed as autistic. since his schooldays. 1974. 7e In one documentary. 3i As a young child he didn’t speak at all. 4b At the age of five. His drawing included 12 historic landmarks and 200 other structures. is being eaten.“paper.Unit 8 Answer key Worksheet 8. ‘Fragments of Genius’. in recognition of his services to the Art world.1 Vocabulary: Memory 1 2 long-term 3 bring back 4 memorable 5 photographic 7 remind 8 memorize. and didn’t interact with other people.” 6g Stephen’s work has. memorized 9 unforgettable 6 forgetful Language focus: The passive 2 1 2 3 4 5 news programme: documentary: being photographed gardening programme: to be designed game show: be followed nature programme: are being hunted. it was announced that Stephen was being named by Queen Elizabeth II as a Member of the Order of British Empire.directtofce. he was filmed flying over London aboard a helicopter. Written by Verity Cole.2 Vocabulary: Expressions with mind 1 2 3 4 5 6 take her mind off I set my mind on I don’t mind slipped my mind bear in mind 7 a weight off his mind Language focus: The passive 2 2h Stephen was born in London on 24th April.

Unit 8 Answer key Worksheet 8. 5b It is believed that mysterious circles made in fields were created by UFOs.4 Vocabulary: Character adjectives 1 2d 3h 4e 5c 6a 7b 8f Vocabulary: The senses 2 2 glimpse 3 glanced 9 swallow 10 squeeze 16 scratched 17 rub 4 view 5 stare 6 smell 7 eavesdrop 8 overheard 11 stroke 12 sniff 13 whisper 14 yell 15 gaze 52 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. 3b It is thought that the ancient Egyptians came up with an initial design for an aircraft.directtofce. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . 2b 2 is known 3 been documented 4 didn’t go 5 has been discovered 6 suggests 7 outperform Worksheet 8.3 Vocabulary: Arts and culture 1 BOOKS 1 novelist 2 paperback 3 biography 4 best-seller 5 poem 6 novel THEATRE 7 ballet 8 stage 9 performance 10 cast 11 playwright 12 ballerina ART 13 sculpture 14 studio 15 exhibition 16 gallery 17 cartoon 18 abstract MUSIC 19 lyrics 20 jazz 21 hip-hop 22 orchestra 23 classical 24 composer Language focus: Passive of reporting verbs 2a 2b Doing word puzzles is recommended to keep your brain active . 4b Richard is expected to take his exams a year earlier than the other students. small models which look like planes have been discovered in the pyramids. 6b It is said that if you dream something on Friday and tell your dream to someone on Saturday. your dream will come true! 7b The stress of our lives is felt to be bad for our health. Written by Verity Cole.com.

.............. provided I get a good mark in the end of term exam........................ for the party.................. 5 If I were you....... otherwise they don’t .......................... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 ............................................... 4 If the library had opened at the weekend.................1 Language focus: Conditionals 1 Correct the mistakes in the following sentences.... it would have cost us another £500! 6 Students need to take responsibility for their own .............. I think she might . 7 If my ............... now or it’ll be too late after the summer. otherwise I won’t have anything to wear! 2 My mum said she would ......... 53 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www........ if I ................Worksheet 9........ we might go on holiday.... a .. 4 You should start .. for my................................. it wouldn’t have been a problem............................................. I could go and do some more research............ the ...................................... a ..............directtofce............. 2 They would probably arrive early if the roads are clear tomorrow............ ..... 9 If Rob doesn’t call Lara tonight........ 11 If Sara hadn’t been studying so hard last year. 2 Complete the sentences with a noun from the first box and an appropriate form of a verb from the second box............................................... is the best way to get to the centre as long as you ................................................. 8 If Mia feels nervous about the . a role-play for practice..... she could . say you would speak to the head office. Written by Rhona Snelling..... in that ridiculous scheme....... in the sale.... ................. me to stay late earlier in the day.................. 3 The ...................................... ........................ 3 If the shop doesn’t give you a refund............... I will call him up and tell him how upset you are 6 If I work and live aboard.............................. the ................................... 1 I hope I ............. have 0 I usually had ......................... breakfast at work if I need to be in the office early........... 5 If we ..com....... what would your reaction have been? 9 If you will find £500 in your bank account............................ would you tell your bank it wasn’t yours? 10 If Mike hadn’t had an extra hour’s lie-in........................ the number 68 or 77................... I would learn the language so easily..................................................... 7 The team could have won the league if they really worked hard and put in the hours! 8 If he offers you a promotion instead of a pay rise................. boss bus college laptop dress holiday interview learning relationship money ask buy choose end find invest pay progress take try money hadn’t invested 0 I would have more ...... .................................. 1 If you subject water to a temperature of 32°F it froze...... he would be exhausted by the afternoon’s meeting..............

.we went to last night was so romantic. 54 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www.. 6 There’s no reason you can’t go away for the weekend.2 Language focus: Relative Clauses 1 Correct the sentences by adding a comma (. 9 I’ll always remember the summer (a) when/(b) --. 8 I’ve got a friend (a) who/(b) where commutes over 50 kilometres every day.. who. 1 Can you think of any places (a) where/(b) which you would like to go to retire? 2 We saw some people (a) which/(b) whose car had broken down on the main road. is there? 7 The person house this is moved away several months ago.. 3 The restaurant (a) which/(b) --..he refused to sing the contract will be announced later today. (a) ---/(b) where the best nightlife is. is leaving next month unfortunately. In two sentences both options are possible. 7 We should go to the town centre. 2 One of the main benefits of working at home is you don’t have to commute every day.) or a relative pronoun (that. lives just round the corner from me. manages a chain of hotels and restaurants...... 3 Last summer. (a) who/(b) whom comes from England. 8 The type of place we’d like to go is lively with lots of nightlife. Written by Rhona Snelling. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . 2 Underline the correct alternative. 1 My sister who lives in London. whose. when. you forgot the directions but I guess it’s been a long time since you visited. 4 I had loads of friend at my old school but Tom is the only one I miss.. 0 My teacher.com.we travelled around Europe. explains why the train or bus is a popular alternative to the car... after he relocated for his job.. which.Unit 9 A slave to routine Worksheet 9.. where. (a) or (b).m. 5 Most people don’t like rush hour. each evening. with (a) whom/(b) which I started my job. I was staying at Rob’s house. we used to go for dinner at 10 p.directtofce. why).. 4 Students (a) which/(b) that say they don’t feel stressed must be very lucky! 5 The reason (a) who/(b) --. that 0 It’s funny . 6 My colleague.

.. asleep.. Written by Rhona Snelling. when I was a child and I still get up early now........... worrying about the next day. and missed the train. sleep. then you wake up refreshed and ready for the day ahead! 2 As soon as Rob had ................ night’s sleep.......... so she went to sleep as soon as her head .... she ....directtofce.. 3 When you have to get up every day for school or work....–in at the weekend! 4 Mary was exhausted after the long flight and her nerves about flying....... Down 5 It’s impossible to sleep before an exam and most students lie . the pillow..... 7 My friend once missed a job interview because her alarm didn’t go off... it’s great to relax and have a .................. his mother started to bake his birthday cake.. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .Unit 9 A slave to routine Worksheet 9... 6 I was never allowed me to sleep ...... 55 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www.. 8 1 G 7 O O D 2 5 3 4 6 Across 1 If you have a ..........com.3 Vocabulary: Sleep 1 Complete the crossword with the correct expressions about sleep.. 8 If you have trouble getting ..... then you should have a hot bath and relax with some soft music......

4 Vocabulary: Time 1 Find four expressions with time in the table....................... you arrived at the correct time and weren’t late.. 2 If you are .... time times 2 Complete the following sentences with prepositions or expressions with time.. time.. time for something...... 5 It’s good to spend/waste time helping others....... 4 when or before ............ 56 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www..................com............... 3 that moment . you do it .............. 3 If you do something occasionally.........directtofce.. do 0 If it’s time to ............ something should happen at that moment.. something............................... Written by Rhona Snelling..... 2 We always find/have a good time at my cousin’s house – lots of laughter and great food! 3 Do you ever seem to find/set the time to cook delicious dinners and try new recipes? 4 I try to have/set aside time to do my studying and then I can go out with my friends.. 1 If you arrived somewhere ............. you do it ......... you are early enough................. at by a all the at a time 1 always ... 2 particular moment .......Unit 9 A slave to routine Worksheet 9..... .. 1 I made/spend the most of my time in Europe and went to as many countries as I could during my trip.... Then match them to the following meanings 1–4............... so I passed/took the time by playing games on my mobile... 3 Underline the correct verb in italics in the following sentences. 7 The train was delayed................. 0 I always make/take a long time to decide what I want to wear when I go out – I’m never sure..... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 ... 6 Why are you passing/wasting time worrying? Meet your boss and talk about your worries.... ....... 4 If you do something again and again.. Maybe you could do voluntary work.............

which explains why the train or bus is good alternative to the car.2 Language focus: Relative Clauses 1 (corrections in red) 1 My sister. Written by Rhona Snelling. relationship freezes ‘ll ’re going to is open 8 would you reaction have been have been have gone Worksheet 9. 8 The type of place where we’d like to visit is somewhere lively with lots of nightlife.com. 6 There’s no reason why you can’t go away for the weekend. progress 7 boss. laptop 6 learning. manages a chain of hotels and restaurants. had asked 8 interview. we used to go for dinner at 10 p.m. 5 Most people don’t like rush hour.Unit 9 Answer key Worksheet 9. 3 Last summer.1 Language focus: Conditionals 1 1 froze 2 would 3 you would 4 had opened 5 will would was working and living win what will your reaction be found 6 work and live 7 have won 9 will find 10 be 11 go 2 1 find. holiday 3 bus. when I was staying at Rob’s house. 57 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. try 9 end. college 5 hadn’t bought. who lives in London.directtofce. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . 2 One of the main benefits of working at home is that you don’t have to commute every day. 4 I had loads of friend at my old school but Tom is the only one who I miss. take 4 choosing. is there? 7 The person whose house this is moved away several months ago. dress 2 pay. after he relocated for his job. each evening.

3 Vocabulary: Sleep 1 8 1 T O N D G L 7 O V E R S 2 F 5 A W A K E 4 L 3 L E P I E H 6 I N T Worksheet 9.Unit 9 Answer key 2 1 (a) 2 (b) 3 (a) and (b) 4 (b) 5 (b) 6 (a) 7 (b) 8 (a) 9 (a) and (b) Worksheet 9.4 Vocabulary: Time 1 2 at the time 3 at that time 4 by the time 2 1 2 3 4 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 on in from time to time time after time made have find set spend wasting passed 58 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .com.directtofce. Written by Rhona Snelling.

. some more stories .... had 1 Did you hear about the office? It ............................................. the car ......... We do a lot of long distance driving so it pays to be safe........................................................................................ their house ................. Written by Rhona Snelling......... his driving licence ................... ..... 10 I must .......... now......... You will need to use some past participles more than once....................................................................................1 Language focus: Causative passives with have 1 Match each of the objects 1–13 to an appropriate past participle..... 4 My neighbours’ house is twice the size of ours.......... and somebody tried to steal the computers..... recently? Perhaps we should just buy you a new one for your birthday. 3 The footballer was caught speeding for the third time and he .............. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .... again next week.. his hair .......................................................... 2 Ana ................................ its windows smashed ........ 5 I .... every two weeks! 9 Carlo ............................................................................ Thankfully I’ve never had any problems with them... my watch .. online last week....... 7 We .......... They ..... your laptop .. 1 articles 2 bedroom 3 car 4 driving licence 5 eyes 6 house 7 laptop 8 passport 9 stories 10 teeth 11 watch 12 windows 13 x-rays broken into checked extended published redecorated repaired serviced smashed taken taken away whitened 2 Complete the gaps with the correct form of have and a past participle from exercise 1..Worksheet 10... my teeth .....com............... x-rays ....directtofce.. She’s becoming very successful............................................ every six months.................... 8 I think Jan is quite vain......................................................... again............................ of his leg but it turned out it was just a bad sprain and there was no break.......... 6 Didn’t you ........ It stopped working a few days ago and it’s so frustrating not knowing the time! 59 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www................... don’t you? He seems to ......................................

.......................... I’d like to 7 All the children wished it was 8 Jan wished his sister would stop 9 They both wished they had longer in London a and just enjoy the competition instead................ 2 ........... b I wish he had talked to me before the meeting...............................directtofce............ 3 In which of the following sentences is the speaker saying he/she: 1 wants something to happen in the future that is possible? 2 wants something to happen in the future that is unlikely? 3 wants something to happen in the future that is not possible? 4 regrets something that did or didn’t happen in the past? a I wish he could talk to me before the meeting....................... It’s raining heavily......... if only and hope 1 Match 1–9 to a–i to make sentences............................................................ 3 ........................... g he wouldn’t be so late now..................... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 .............2 Language focus: Wish................. 60 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www.... Written by Rhona Snelling......... 3 I wish I had worked harder at school then 4 I wish I could earn more money then I 5 If only he would stop worrying 6 I wish I understood French.........com........................................Unit 10 Changes Worksheet 10.................................................... c could go on exotic holidays........... 1 Ana wished she hadn’t left d 2 If only Sam had caught the earlier train.. d I hope he talks to me before the meeting. 1 ............ e but they were flying home that afternoon......... c If only he would talk to me before the meeting.. h the end of the day so they could go and play............ i visit the country and not feel confused! 2 Rewrite the completed sentences 1–3 from exercise 1 using should (not) have or ought (not) to have...... d her umbrella at home today................................... f I would have more qualifications now... b complaining about everything and be more positive...............................

........ adolescent elderly getting on in their teens / teenager middle-aged past thirty preteen retired senior citizen toddler youngster 1 newborn 2 Put the words and phrases from exercise 1 above into three categories: noun: adjective: phrase: preteen 3 Complete each gap with a word from the box........com............... 3 Some cities experience a lot of trouble with ....... and she was absolutely furious with him! 2 Family members or neighbours may need to give an ....directtofce...... to help them cope with a lower income..................................... person more assistance with daily tasks........Unit 10 Changes Worksheet 10............... adolescent elderly getting on in their teens newborn preteen senior citizens newborn 0 Despite longing to start a family......... 61 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www..3 Vocabulary: Age 1 Put the following words and phrases in order from the youngest stage to the oldest stage in life.. can still be very challenging for young parents.. Written by Rhona Snelling..................... children displaying anti-social behaviour. but this is a natural process for the family... 4 Many parents experience difficulties when their children are .................................................................... 6 Children can feel frustrated when they are only a ............. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 ............ a ............... and they want to be older and more grown up. 1 My brother recently described my mother as ................ 5 Public transport and services offer discounts for.

............................................... and there is continued interest in alternative .......................................................................... Then match each of the definitions to the correct words a–g.................................................. 4 away / out One of my classmates suddenly passed .................. and I have my hair ................. may be diagnosed promptly........ from school ever since...................... last week................. 4 a illness or solution an to disease .......................................... at the health centre and the centre also runs research into trying to ..................... every few months......................... © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 62 ..................Unit 10 Changes Worksheet 10................. Written by Rhona Snelling......... 1 depression / pain The symptoms of ....... a b c d alternative therapy cure operation pass out e f g restyled 1 side-effects symptoms 2 Complete each of the gaps with the two words given........... ............. are not easy to detect whereas someone suffering from intense ................................................................................ Nobody knows why........ 0 sick / side-effects side-effects Many people suffer ........................................com............4 Vocabulary: Health 1 Reorder the words in 1–7 to make definitions........................ from medication................. 7 fashion a look new or ....................................................................... and it makes them feel ............................................................................................... 5 consciousness a time short lose for .......................... 1 reaction a medication bad to ...................................... 2 doctor tell that a patient or problem signs about a ............................. .......................................directtofce................................................... 3 surgery a of type ..... This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www..... .......................................... 2 operations / therapy Developments in healthcare never stop: surgeons are increasingly able to perform highly advanced ................................... but he hasn’t been ........ a cure for major illnesses............................................................................ 6 of type a treatment different ........ Looking good is important to me...................................................................... despite the doctor sick prescribing the treatment............ 3 checked / find My father regularly has his blood pressure ......... 5 restyled / whitened I’m saving up to get my teeth ....

© Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . Written by Rhona Snelling. smashed 12 repaired. 3 I should have worked harder at school.com.2 Language focus: Wish. / I ought to have worked harder at school.Unit 10 Answer key Worksheet 10. / Sam ought to have caught the train earlier. smashed 13 taken 2 2 had … published 3 ’s had … taken away 4 ’ve had … extended 5 have … checked 6 have … repaired 7 ’re having … serviced 8 have … restyled 9 had … taken 10 have … repaired Worksheet 10.directtofce. smashed 8 taken away 9 published 10 checked. whitened 11 repaired. 6 i 7 h 8 b 9 e 63 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. / Ana ought not to have left her umbrella at home today. if only and hope 1 2 g 3 f 4 c 5 a 2 1 Ana shouldn’t have left her umbrella at home today. serviced 4 taken away 5 checked 6 broken into. 2 Sam should have caught the earlier train.1 Language focus: Causative passives with have 1 2 redecorated 3 checked. extended 7 repaired.

teenager adjective: adolescent. retired. preteen. youngster. getting on 3 1 getting on 2 elderly 3 adolescents 4 in their teens 5 senior citizens 6 preteen getting on middle-aged retired senior citizen elderly Worksheet 10. restyled 64 This page has been downloaded from Direct to FCE: www. © Copyright Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2011 . pain 2 operations.com. Written by Rhona Snelling. find 4 out. middle-aged. therapy 3 checked.directtofce. away 5 whitened. past thirty. toddler. senior citizen. elderly phrase: in their teens.3 Vocabulary: Age 1 toddler youngster adolescent preteen in their teens / teenager past thirty 2 noun: adolescent.4 Vocabulary: Health 1 1 g signs that tell a patient/doctor or doctor/patient about a problem 3 c a type of surgery 4 b a solution to an illness/a disease or disease/illness 5 d lose consciousness for a short time 6 a a different type of treatment 7 e a new fashion/look or look/fashion 2 1 depression.Unit 10 Answer key 3 1 2 3 4 d c a b Worksheet 10. newborn.

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