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Test Your Vocabulary is the best-selling series of vocabulary practice books by Peter Watcyn-Jones. They are ideal for use in the classroom or for self-study. Special features include: • approximately 6,400 new words and phrases to learn and use in the series, from Beginner to Advanced • vocabulary practised and revised from level to level • a wide variety of test-types including gap-filling, multiple-choice, crosswords, puzzles, correcting misprints and picture tests • an Introduction with notes on how to use the tests • a complete Answer Key.

This new edition of Test Your Vocabulary 2 provides practice in vocabulary for everyday subjects such as jobs, sports, furniture and cars, as well as more unusual subjects like animal sounds, people's characteristics and different types of books. Test Your Vocabulary 2 contains 60 tests.

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Pearson Education Limited Edinburgh Gate, Harlow, Essex CM20 2JE, England and Associated Companies throughout the world. First published by Penguin Books 1985 This edition published 2000 Third impression 2000 Copyright © Peter Watcyn-Jones 1979 Illustrations copyright © Sven Nordqvist 1979 All rights reserved Printed in England by Clays Ltd, St Ives plc Set in Times Except in the United States of America, this book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not, by way of trade or otherwise, be lent, re-sold, hired-out, or otherwise circulated without the publisher's prior consent in any form of binding or cover other than that in which it is published and without a similar condition including this condition being imposed on the subsequent purchaser Published by Pearson Education Limited in association with Penguin Books Ltd., both companies being subsidiaries of Pearson PIc

adverbs 52 Anagrams 53 What's the verb? 54 Choose the word 3 55 Right or wrong? 56 Choose the adjective 57 What's the rhyming word? 58 Same word .Who's who at the party? 41 Confusing words 42 Opposites .adjectives 7 Countries and nationalities 8 Quantities 9 Things in the home 3 10 Choose the word I II Guess their jobs 12 The name of the room 13 Tools.CONTENTS Introduction To the student Test I Things in the home I 2 Synonyms .different meaning 59 Words with silent letters 60 Adjective + noun combinations Answers 72 74 76 77 46 48 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 58 59 60 62 64 66 68 70 71 35 36 38 39 40 41 42 44 45 .verbs 15 Find the buildings 16 Word association I 17 Furniture and fittings I 18 Missing words . etc.books. 49 Word association 2 50 Bits and pieces 2 51 Missing words .verbs 43 Classifications 44 Types of transport 45 Synonyms .more adjectives 46 From Bear to Coat 47 Bits and pieces I 48 Missing words . etc.adjectives 3 Where do they live? 4 A true story 5 Things in the home 2 6 Opposites .people's characteristics 19 Hobbies and pastimes 20 Prepositions 1 21 Furniture and fittings 2 22 Puzzle it out I . 14 Synonyms . games. pastimes -equipment 34 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 32 19 20 22 23 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 17 18 v v Test 31 Where do you find them? 32 Choose the answer 33 The sea-shore 34 Prepositions 2 35 Parts of a car 36 Add a letter 37 Cartoons 38 Too many words 39 British and American English 40 Puzzle it out 2 .Who's who in Susan's family? 23 Animal sounds 24 Find the words 25 Newspaper misprints 26 Clothes 27 Choose the word 2 28 Phrases 29 Complete the dialogue 30 Sports.

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and they continue to do so. plan to try the test at least twice again within the following month. There are sixty tests. adverbs. Test Your Vocabulary 2 is the third book in the series and is intended for intermediate students. Read through the instructions carefully for the test you are going to try. There are six books in the series. prepositions. Rub out your answers. But in order for the new words to become 'fixed' in your mind. antonyms. especially the need for active vocabulary practice. there are tests on synonyms. After this most of the words will be 'fixed' in your mind. clothes and people's characteristics. Read through the test again. furniture and parts of a car. you need to test yourself again and again. check your answers and correct any mistakes you have made. (You should remember most of the words. British and American English. in the picture tests) or by asking a friend to test you. Students using Test Your Vocabulary will find learning vocabulary both stimulating and enjoyable. and approximately 1. adjective-noun collocations. To facilitate self-study there is a full Answer Key. Here is one method you can use to help you learn the words. Finally. When you have finished. In this new edition of the series each book has ten new tests. Then try the test. Repeat this until you can remember all the words.INTRODUCTION Nowadays few people will dispute the importance of vocabulary. paying special attention to the words you didn't know or got wrong. Try the test again the following day. TO THE STUDENT This book will help you to learn a lot of new English words. The tests cover areas of vocabulary such as jobs. 2 3 4 5 6 . You can do this either by covering up the words (for example. There are twelve picture tests on everyday objects found in the home.) Finally.000 words in the book. from elementary to advanced level. writing your answers in pencil. The Test Your Vocabulary books filled this need when they first came out. Try the test again five minutes later. anagrams. rhyming words and words with more than one meaning.

1 Things in the home 1 Write the number of each drawing next to the correct word. coat hanger potato peeler lightbulb colander broom plate egg slicer dustpan carpet beater scrubbing brush cheese slicer tea towel 12 ~0 ~'!.§js~~="""""""""""""""'~ G) ...j!7~....

. They're so (rude) .2 Synonyms --adjectives Give a synonym for each of the words in brackets in the following sentences.. get on in life. 3 David is always telling people how good he is at everything... .it's (very funny) . .... 10 It looked like (a genuine) an Picasso... cdira. .....ctcoe: . but in fact it was only a copy........ .. Haven't you noticed? 6 Have you seen James and Sally's new house? It's really (huge) 7 He won't take my advice.. II I think Martha is going to have a lot of problems with her children. about Mr Brown's S There's something very (peculiar) . At least half the audience walked out in the middle of it. Choose from the ones below.. Number 1 has been done for you.. In fact. behaviour today. 15 You must go and see the new "Monty Python" film . odd cheeky enormous hilarious bashful enjoyable ample vital attractive unbelievable big-headed keen authentic obstinate appalling 1 He was one of the most (good-looking) . 13 You must read this story . men she had ever seen. I mean. He's so (conceited) 4 The play last night was (terrible) .. ..it's quite (incredible) . He's so (stubborn) . to everyone.. 9 My son loves school. it's the only thing he ever talks about... 2 We had a really (pleasant) .. if you want to 14 Hard work and ambition are (essential) ... You've had (sufficient) time.. . 8 I was always very (shy) .... 12 You should have done it by now. as a child and hated going to parties or meeting new people..... in some ways he's too (enthusiastic) . time in Brighton last week.. ....

. . 14 A spider lives in a 15 An eagle lives in an .3 Where do they live? Read through the following sentences and fill in the missing words. . . . I Most English families live in a 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 A king lives in a A monk lives in a A nun lives in a Soldiers live in a A prisoner lives in a A gipsy lives in a An eskimo lives in an A bee lives in a A bird lives in a A dog lives in a A horse lives in a A pig lives in a . . . . . . . . . .

( 1 ) A few years ago. ) Officials noticed a man without trousers and thought he was an escaped lunatic. . Number the sentences Number I has been done for you. ) They wrapped round the neck of a ticket inspector. ) Someone pulled the communication cord. who was attacked by the bees.and an express train travelling in the opposite direction set up such a draught that his trousers flew out into the corridor. the train pulled up and caught fire. ) He was arrested and put in a strait-jacket. Then try to work out which sentence goes with which drawing. ) To avoid being stung by the bees. a Hungarian was travelling by train to Budapest. ) He had some bees in a milk bottle which was covered with brown paper. ( ) It took the bee expert three days to convince doctors at the Mental Hospital that he was sane. A TRUE STORY 1-10. who left. he explained his dilemma to the women in the compartment. ( ( ( ( ) He took off his trousers . ( ( ( ( ) Somehow the bees made a hole in the paper and climbed up the man's legs.4 A true story Look at the following cartoon-strip of something that really happened.

5 Things in the home 2 Write the number of each drawing next to the correct word. pepper mill liquidizer Iblender fire guard bowl tray briefcase lemon squeezer tea strainer bellows bottle opener suitcase ladle .

adjectives Find the opposites of the words on the left. Number I has been done for you. Choose from the ones on the right. ADJECTIVE I harmless 2 generous OPPOSITE lazy broad-minded timid sudden unfortunate mean wonderful hostile temporary uninterested exciting cheap imaginary harmful minute .'t 3 permanent 4 industrious 5 gigantic 6 friendly 7 dull 8 daring 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 dear narrow-minded real horrible gradual keen fortunate .6 Opposites .

8 A very famous . 11 A country with a famous canal. strument. ers. . . 9 A country full of fjords. Britain.7 . ) I Large country in North America. 5 Both an island and a continent.incapital is Prague. 12 See above .f ACROSS ~ DOWN 1 This person has no trouble buying 1 A native of one of the countries of petrol. 5 They playa lot of ice-hockey in this 7 This person suffered a lot under Hitcountry.. guages..'. 8 A country in South America. . where they speak two lan4 One of the countries of Gt..25 fI-fI-'- ~ f- II I-rI-I-'- I I II 101 f- III I I '- 7L tl ~ E III rI r!JW 11 r I IT I .2- II l9 21 lIff3 '- Ii f -1 a l__ II 11 a ff'9 II .. 3 This person lives in a country near 3 They grow tulips in this country.is Victor Borge. Wellington. 4 This person lives in a country whose 6 The bazouki is a typical .i- rf- II I . 7 A native of Poland.. 6 people make very good bank. 10 These people live in south-east Asia. ler.2 4 6 Countries and nationalities Fill in the following crossword and see how many countries and nationalities you can remember. France. Scandinavia. 9 Both Iraq and Iran border this country. 2 The river Ganges flows through this 2 A small country whose capital is country. 10 This person loves cold weather.1.

......... strawberries ... a bunch of a crate of an ear of a bouquet of a bar of a cube of a string of a pack of a quiver of a punnet of a ball of a pad of .............. arrows .... grapes .................... com ..8 Quantities Fill in the correct phrase under each drawing....... string ....... beads ........ chocolate .......................... sugar ... .. cards beer . flowers .......................... writing paper .... .

9 Things in the home 3 Write the number of each drawing next to the correct word. chopping board aerial banister curtains door handle doorbell coffee filter pillow dustbin umbrella spatula cushion ® £::_ ~ @ ~ I ~® '- 0 @ .

a get off b get together to. cleft We just don't d seem to ... my book at home. I seem to have. c spend d put 10 I don't have ajob. Liverpool place d win lost 12 Manchester a beat in the F.15 race? c . b cabin I am c a unique c bunk child. b sale .... .A. on in the 2. d pity bring up get by hidden 4 My sister and I are always quarrelling. b forgotten .. c c get on 5 Most parents a 6I a sorry grow up find it difficult b their children develop foster to inform you that your mother b should b support regret c died ten minutes apologise 7 I think everyone a agree . a back United b won b bet .. . d a single d dormitory 2 I have no brothers or sisters. d nowadays.. a lonely II Which horse shall we . It was a real a find try to . Cup Final. the Human c Rights movement. something b I'm b sick c unused d unemployed spare c bargain d cheap 9 I always a save each month for my holidays... d ago. c sailed d . b- a sole 3 I'm terribly a lost sorry. the word which best completes A bed on board a ship is called a . d supply stand up 8 I only paid £3 for this dress.10 Choose a sleeper a an only Choose the word 1 each sentence..

This person looks after a block of flats or an office. 5. . 2 This person helps you when you play golf by carrying your clubs and giving you advice. 9 This person keeps animals and grows crops. . . 6.11 Guess their jobs Read through the following sentences and then write down which job each of the following people have. Mrs Plod is a p Mrs Carter is as Mr Austin is a c Mr Field is a f Miss Sayer is as . I You go to this person when you want to take out some money at a bank. He carries your bags for you at the station. . 8 If you have a lot of money. you might employ this person to drive you around. 7 This person performs operations at a hospital. this person can help you overcome it. . . . . When you have a legal problem. t . This person delivers letters. Miss Rees is a c Mr Berry is a c MrGuard is a c Miss Knowles is as Mr Train is a p . 4. you can always go to this person. 10 If you have a problem with your speech. 3.

. A room used for studying or working.. 4 5 6 7 A room at the top of a house. A room under a church.g. at a boarding school. found at a hotel.. (It is not so common nowadays. 12 A large.12 The name of the room Read through the sentences and fill in the missing words. 13 A room with lots of beds used for sleeping.) II A room where an artist or photographer works. 2 A room in a house or flat where you usually do the cooking. .. 9 A room in a house where food is stored.a sort of "best room".J :: : : : 81~11 10 11rr 1 12 13[ R 0 0 M 1 A room in a hospital where people needing treatment stay.L-I ~ I ~I ___. 3 A room under a house.. e. 10 A room in a house used by a family for receiving guests . S The part of a ship beiow deck where goods are stored.L_. Small rooms on board a ship where the crew and passengers sleep. 1W 2 3 4 I H A T 51 6 L.. under the roof.. comfortable room for sitting. It is often used for storing things.

13 Tools. Write the number of each drawing next to the correct word. plane file axe pliers extension cable jack secateurs watering can sickle vice fire extinguisher chisel . etc.

.. the Garden Party." 9 The match has been (postponed) ... 4 I love watching football. Choose from the ones below... about (changed) .14 Synonyms ....... 12 I don't like the new secretary very much . 13 Can you tell me in your own words exactly what (happened) ? 14 Would you please (notify) .. ..F.. and fell as he was leaving the church... Chelsea. me the moment Miss Baker gets back? 15 I can't stand Doreen. I allowed the women to (go in) .. ." .. 8 I couldn't (remember) ..... me. . until next week.but there are still parts of it that need to be ..she's always (complaining) about something or other.. where I had first met her. 5 He (stumbled) . . detest inform enter brag purchase accomplish moan vanish spoil put off recollect scare trip alter occur I Being a gentleman. . 6 You won't (achieve) .) Number 1 has been done for you.... first. (Make any other necessary changes.. from an antique dealer in it....verbs Give a synonym for each of the words in brackets in the following sentences... 7 The manuscript is basically good .. but my wife (loathes) . 2 They were all watching the U.. . She's always (boasting) the places she's been to. 3 This is something I (bought) .... . anything if you don't work harder... I I Bad weather completely (ruined) . when it suddenly (disappeared) . espe10 Alfred Hitchcock's films really (frighten) cially the one he made about a lot of birds attacking people.O.

Read through buildings. 10 is surrounded by walls 20 feet high. take the second turning on the right to get to St. There's a Van Gogh Exhibition "Star Wars" on this week in Beswick at the building They're showing Station Road. at the corner of Newcombe . meet once a week at the building in Kenilworth including Road. Road and If you are looking for a house or a flat you should go to Croft Road. near the railway Building number Building number When driving Marys . 8 is very high. the information below and On the following then write down the names of the various Building number The Local Council The building dinosaur. I is always full on Sundays. Road.15 Find the buildings map are ten buildings. the skeleton of a bridge is full of old things. from Coventry.

Building number 5 is where you can go to put a bet on a horse. (2 words) (2 words) . (2 words) . . The building at the corner of Croft Road and Knowles Avenue is divided into offices. (2 words) (2 words) . Building number 5 is a Building number 6 is a Building number 7 is an Building number 8 is an Building number 9 is the Building number 10 is a . Building Building Building Building number number number number I is a 2 is an 3 is a 4 is an .When my father died we ordered a coffin from the building in London Road South.

church. aerial. treble clef.16 Word association 1 Each of the following groups of four words is in some way connected with the same thing. sole. lunch. 1 clutch. Volvo 2 referee. illness ~ocrotchet. mattress. snore 10 telescope. ribbon 14 landlord. tail. bark. classical . Leeds 3 percussion. chord 9 pillow. motorway. drive. potatoes. Segovia. Write down this word for each of the groups. photographer 7 kitchen.. glass. Danube. flow. patient. uniform 12 waveband. science II gun. net. Alsatian 6 bride. garden 5 collar. violins 4 petal. Number 1has been done for you. stem. set. penalty. symphony. lace. conductor. tuner 13 key. ward. family. rose. cook I7 bank. comer. address 8 string. fret. war. secretary. bar 15 umpire. stairs. Venus. estuary 18 heel. letter.fight. compose. ring. court 16 eat. darts. galaxy. night. wear 19 matron. transistor.

17 Furniture and fittings 1 Write the number of each drawing next to the correct word. stove (cooker) washing machine fridge coffee table bedside table shower bath wardrobe broom cupboard fluorescent light oil lamp ceiling light ® i @ @ .

He has his opinions and nothing I say will ever change them. ambitious rude strict big-headed obstinate sympathetic intelligent moody immature eccentric 1 John is always telling people how well he plays the guitar. If you have a problem you know you can go to her and that she'll listen to you and try to help all she can.. He doesn't want to work in an office all his life. He's so 2 Many girls of 16 and 17 are far too have children.18 Missing words . 6 Mrs Green's children are so . In fact he keeps telling me that one day he's going to be Prime Minister. but he doesn't mind. 7 My son's very ..people's characteristics Put the following words in the correct sentences. the next she's sulking. 5 One of the things I like about Pamela is that she's so . to get married and 3 I see Clive's passed all his exams again. 9 My husband never sees my point of view. It must be wonderful to be so .. and if I went out with friends I always had to be home by 10 o'clock. 8 My uncle is very No matter what the weather. my father was very . He likes being different.. he always wears a bright red cape when he goes out and a matching pair of boots.. Everyone stares at him. They never say" Please" or "Thank you" and only last week I heard them swearing at the postman. He's so 10 When I was a teenager. You just don't know where you are with her. One minute 4 The trouble with Jane is that she's so . He'd never allow me to wear make-up or have a boyfriend. she's laughing.

1 1 4 II 2 3 r- I-- I-I-I-- 2 7 4 II II I-I-- 5 .." 3 6 I-- 5~ I-- I-- 8 I-- I-I-I-'-- 61 I 9 I-I-- . Each answer is a hobby or pastime.._ '-- I-I-I-- 8 - I-'-- '--- 10 - r'--- 11 12 7 II - ~ 9 ~ r- 15 - I-I-I-I-'---- ~ ~ I-I-- I - II I-- - I-- - 16 !<.19 Hobbies and pastimes Fill in the following crossword. I-I-- - - - I-- I-'-- ~ 10 I-- II - - J 11 I 112 ...

samba. . May 5 A good way to keep fit and of getting spend weekends digging somewhere. etc. 15 A relaxing. (2 words) 13 A famous Chinese game. A popular card game. 3 It's the closest thing to being a bird. make disappears once you make it. 7 A popular hobby where the thing you You need a loom to do this properly. Often takes An activity which is never finished. etc. (2 IO A popular summer pastime . An indoor game for 2-4 players. hours. A good way to spend the weekend. investment. You may even sell 9 You need an animal to do this . beth Taylor. (2 words) An interest in the ancient world. Most people are interested in this 11 A pastime for those who fancy themwhether they play an instrument or selves as Richard Burton and Elizanot. mainly done by women. Can't be done in a flat. 3 A useful activity which some people can do at the same time as watching 4 5 6 7 DOWN 8 9 • IO 11 12 1 All you need is a camera. 8 If you do this then you'll know how But not as comfortable as a hotel! to do the rumba. 2 A relaxing activity. A relaxing activity. nylon. You may spend 12 A winter pastime. A creative hobby. outdoor hobby where you sit for hours before anything happens. 6 A popular board game. 4 A hobby which can also be a good TV. 2 Not on land. one or two of the things you create. Can be done inhours on your head! doors or out-of-doors.espewords) cially when the weather is warm. Could be called painting with wool. played with tiles. (2 words) 14 An indoor game with balls.ACROSS 1 An outdoor activity for those who like running and map reading. around. 16 A creative hobby using clay.

for in a c c c at with . 14 If you don't know what a word means... me. 5 That music was written Beethoven. a a a a on in to on II Here . through 6 I'm very conscious 7 The police car chased the robbers.divide this bar of chocolate 12 His opinion differs. learning English. since of among . c by . you can always look it dictionary. In 8 I'm looking a to 9 I haven't smoked a for 10 I'm tired ... Have you seen it? after c for ages.. c with . being English...20 Prepositions I'm very disappointed a on 2 Who else was . with . a at 3 He had difficulty a with a a a a to of of among b in him. b to b at b b b b b b b b b with at c c in . of ...there's no need to wait. a on b over over c up 15 He was very proud a of b . from by c c with . my big nose. the party on Saturday? b on c to . starting the car.. yourselves. c 1 Put in the missing prepositions in the following sentences... 13 You go on . Christmas? under 4 What do English people eat . my lighter. the streets. c c with . mine..

shaving socket record storage unit time switch window sill fan heater trolley room divider door knob extractor fan curtain rail coat stand window box ® @ .21 Furniture and fittings 2 Write the number of each drawing next to the correct word.

Paul is Ted's brother-in-law.22 Puzzle it out 1 . then see if you can work out the relationship between the various people and Susan. Anne's husband has a beard.Who's who in Susan's family? Read through the sentences below. ~I/. Susan's father wears glasses. Olive is Bill's sister..L TEl) ANNE FREDA ClLlYS- PAVI- Bill is Ted's father. Freda is Olive's daughter. Bill is Susan's Ted is Susan's Anne is Susan's Freda is Susan's Olive is Susan's Paul is Susan's .

acow '" . . a lion . a cock a mouse .23 Animal sounds FiB in the correct verb under each drawing. lows barks trumpets croaks neighs bleats roars squeaks grunts crows a pig adog . an elephant a horse alamb . a frog .

A clue is given for each 1 HR0A A A A A part of the body a planet a container for money an animal a piece of crockery an insect a tree a fish to disappear a piece of clothing 2 3 4 T L UR L E I BB 5 6 7 UCE I0E L0 I5 IN LM0 N I P A A IL 8 9 10 11 L0U5 K a sport a number a bird ajob a musical instrument a relative a reptile a vegetable Americans call it gasoline a pipe at the bottom of a roof to carry away rainwater 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 IGHT IGE0 AWV E U ITA EPHE IZA R A 0 IS ET UT R0 T E 20 .24 word. Find the words Fill in the missing first and last letters in the words below.

Previous experience not essential bust must be able to type. Newspaper misprints In each of the following extracts from a newspaper there is a misprint.E? . burning them as they cook for about 15 minutes. t!1. Correct word . 10 Heat a very small amount of oil in a frying pan. . Low mileage. " . 2 The route taken by the King and Queen was lined by clapping. 9 The bank robbers tried to escape but were cornered by a polite dog.25 instead. 8 A neighbour also claims to have seen the ghost and it upset him so much that he has not eaten property for several days. . God. Fry meatballs.. 4 Congratulations and best wishes to my daring fiancee on her 21st birthday. 3 Barry Jones was seriously burnt last weekend when he came in contact with a high voltage wife. Write down the word which is wrong and also write down which word should have been used Misprint 1 He is now being kept alive by an artificial respirator and huge doses of rugs. 6 Young lady required for publishing company. cheering crows. 5 He was taken to hospital with heard injuries. One owner.qt:f!g~ .g. 7 1969 Volvo. ..

26 Clothes Write the number of each drawing next to the correct word. bow tie bowler hat beret cardigan sweater apron gloves braces clogs shorts sandals string vest o .

.. He was thoroughly a disturbed b ashamed c full up d 8 I still feel like a cigarette even though I a gave in b gave up c gave over d d d .. a glad . a get well b improve ! stopped unemployed c finished d d completed an employee . . b grateful c in debt .... spoilt completed industrial timeless a countryside a cruel around this town is quite beautiful... c punctual a careful b boring II She made the '" mistake of forgetting to put the" s" on the verb in the b important c classical d d famous pleased third person singular..27 Choose the word 2 Choose the word which best completes each sentence.. Unless I summer. He is very a tall b ambitious c intelligent 10 John always arrives on time.. for all the advice she gave me. a classic 12 I was very . smoking two years ago. He's so .. 9 He wants to get to the top before he is thirty.. My work's got worse and worse... c nature b scene b bossy c helpful 6 He's always telling me what to do. 7 His parents gave him everything he asked for.. of seeing Mr Brown until tomorrow.... wish c opportunity d chance d d country charming .. then you are b b 4 I'm afraid there's no . He's so . c an employer c increase ro fail my exams d get back in the 2 Oh dear! My watch has a ended b a a slave a possibility 5 The 3 If you work for someone..

I don't think I have. Yes. No. Not at all. thanks. that would be nice. thanks. No.28 a b e d e f Phrases Fill in the missing words in the following drawings. I think so. Yes . j It was great fun. k No. That's rubbish! . not very. g How about going to the pictures? h No. there's no need. very funny. not just now. Choose an appropriate phrase from the ones below: Yes. Yes.do help yourself.


........... Only you? ............ it can't be helped....... Richard's Comprehensive? Well...... ... ..... then.... ........... And there aren't any children fortunately.................. ......... we've decided to get a divorce..............' Oh...... Yes......Ah well.. that's one blessing.. Paul: ....John! This is a surprise! ..... ... as a matter of fact. Oh.. .... '... Put in the words he speaks in the right order from the phrases below.. John: Paul: John: Paul: John: Paul: John: Paul: John: So when did you come back? .You must enjoy it there..... John: Do you? But the last I heard of you...................... ... Sweden..... Still the same old John........ sorry! (Laughing) I see.....29 - Complete the dialogue In the following dialogue..... About a month ago.. ... ..Oh... . you were teaching abroad somewhere.. .. I am sorry to hear that. the part of Paul has been left out........ •••••••••••••• o '0... I live here now.......... enough of me......... that's right.. .... St............ . Paul.But anyway. You haven't changed a bit! Yes....... And is Sally with you? ....No................. .....0' •••• John: Paul! Paul Jennings! Well I never! What on earth are you doing here? Paul: .. Paul: " .................. What are you doing these days? Paul: John: That's all right.. I suppose... only me...... ....

shall we? Paul: John: No. Paul: John: That's the one. you know. Same school as before. I'd have recognised you anywhere.Paul: John: Oh. . . . still teaching. . let's just say it helps pay the rent. neither have you. Paul: John: Well. .

pastimesequipment Write the number of each drawing next to the correct word or words.30 Sports. games. dartboard tennis racquet badminton racquet air pistol golf club tent chess set dice figure skate ski stick shin pad dumbbell shuttlecock binoculars ice hockey stick @ o .

deck. fridge. 7 in an office . stethoscope... pew.. collar.. cutlery. .. (There are five words under each.. seatbelt.. playground... patients.. pupils... horn.) aisle. portholes.. congregation.... ...31 Where do you find them? Here are 40 words arranged in alphabetical order.. dishwasher.. ... Work out where you are most likely to find them and write them down under the appropriate words.. secretary. matron.... funnel.. . crew... bumper.. ... boot. ward..... . sleeve. .. altar... filing cabinet. frying pan. typewriter. in a school 2 in the kitchen 3 on a boat 4 in a church 5 on a jacket 6 in a hospital .... staffroorn.. sink unit.. desks.. 8 on a car .... clutch. button. blackboard. pulpit.... ... operating theatre... rails........ stapler.. date stamp. pocket... lapel..

1 The words attic.32 Choose the answer Choose the correct answer for each of the following. skylight and porch all have something to do with: a a theatre b painting c a house d sport e cars 2 Which of these is not right? a a bunch of bananas b a box of matches c a steak of meat 3 If a person is conceited. he or she is: a careful b shy c big-headed 4 This is: a a safety pin b a paperclip c a drawing pin d a stapler e a nail 5 A trunk is part of: a a knife b a tree c a flower d a telephone e a television d a dozen eggs e a bar of chocolate d suspicious e crazy 6 Which of the following would help you see distant objects more clearly? a spectacles d a cheek b a telegraph e binoculars c a microscope .

7 What is the opposite of rude? a certain b impolite c clean 8 Where would you find a sole? a on a shoe b on a skirt c on a shirt 9 To be "broke" a d e courteous successful d on a jacket e on a hat is: to be ill b to be sad c to be without money a flighty b industrial c job d to be without friends e to be in love 10 Which of these words means "hard-working"? d e conscience industrious II What is this man holding? a adummy b a doll c a docker d a toy e a puppet 12 Which of the following is an example of crockery? a a knife d a banana b a car c a cup e a frying pan .

33 The sea-shore Rearrange the letters to find out the names of the things in the following drawing: RE ILN 2 R0H0N 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 3ESA 5 6 7 8 9 10 7 8 9 10 11 12 GH 12 B I 0 L E U y 11 L .

c at the meal? c to . I think our teacher's stupid..... I agree a with b on 12 This is something my wife bought me a to b for 13 Would you like milk or water a with b for 14 I stayed a on i5 a marvellous hotel last summer. c c to during the war. I'm not very keen . .. my birthday.. on at c c c c c for near at Janina. b b . women.. b by c at you and me. .34 a of 2 He lives a on Prepositions 2 Fill in the missing prepositions in the following sentences . c with Keith? c from Beethoven. classical music.... you completely.. the sea.will you listen b on a to 4 I see that John's finally got engaged a it with by b b by to 5 There are too many exceptions 6 My brother's an authority a on b about 7 Did you receive that letter a by b off 8 His music was inspired a of b by 9 Everyone knows that women are equal a with b among 10 A lot of people were killed a under b for II You're quite right.. c from men. c by . b between c among a with . me! 3 For the last time . to with the rule in English.

35 Parts of a car Match up the following words and numbers: windscreen wipers headlight windscreen radiator grill exhaust pipe driving mirrors bumper bonnet boot tyre seatbelt indicator number plate . steering wheel speedometer foot brake glove compartment hand brake petrol gauge accelerator pedal gear stick clutch radio horn 1 2 .... .

g. the sound a lion makes a fruit you use one to draw straight lines it is like this in winter the opposite of generous Americans call it a streetcar something most men do every day keeps you clean artists use one to hold their canvas it means you are not afraid pubs in England do this twice a day "supernatural" to walk American word for shop it is against the law to do this the opposite of fresh (e. RAN RAIN. bread) the opposite of blunt to look for very tired· very small a story seen in a fire people once thought our Earth was this an animal woman 2 OAR 3 EAR 4 RULE 5 COD 6 MEN 7 RAM 8 HAVE 9 SAP 10 EASE 11 RAVE 12 PEN 13 ITCH 14 TROLL 15 SORE 16 SEAL 17 TALE 18 HARP 19 SEE 20 WEAR 21 TIN 22 ALE 23 LAME 24 FAT 25 HOSE . A clue is given to help you.36 1 Add a letter Add one letter to each of the following words (in any place) to form a new word. can spoil a day at the seaside.

e. 3 SA" CH£H£! 6Ui WHATMKC5 YUU THINK YoU've 8£m WATCHIN6 T~d Mt{CH TCL£VI5/(JN. Cartoon 1 Correct caption Cartoon 6 Correct caption 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 Z PAP.37 Cartoons In the following cartoons. Work out the correct caption for each cartoon. the words that go with a cartoon) have got mixed up. HI: 11C~5 WITH COMPI4T~~S. MRS (7R/:Y ~ . THIS 1570M. the captions (i. so that each cartoon has been printed with the wrong caption under it.

.t1 ONTH[ WHERE: to GoT A UeHT. PI-EASE! .50.50AAY I FAL. 6 I STILL SAY ~ TURiVINfJ . f\16'Hi..ONG 9 5f(tl£. YOU'M 5~UI.A WK.p.n/=WHERF=.SE ALAMT. TVOK.

38 Too many words
Replace the words in bold type in following sentences with a single word. (The first letter of the world is given.) 1 The reason I like my present flat is that I have such friendly people living nextdoor. (n..........) 2 The "Guinness Book of Records" is published once every year. (a....
(d )


3 After thinking about it for a long time, 1 finally made up my mind to take the job. 4 "I'm frightened" , she said in a very quiet voice. (w 5 Last week I was asked if I would like to go to a birthday party. (i 6 My sister's daughter was taken to hospital last week. (n .

. .. .)



7 At the end of the performance, the people sitting in the theatre applauded loudly.



8 I was totally tired and worn out after the football match on Saturday.

9 A ship could be seen on the line where the sky seemed to meet the sea.
(h. .)

10 I can't stand people who pretend to be good but aren't really. (h 11 I want you to come here without any delay whatsoever. (i.... .

) J

12 I regret to inform you that you have not managed to pass the exam. (f.

39 British and American English
Fill in the British or American words in the following sentences. Give the British word for sentences 1-5 and the American one for sentences 6-10. Now. madam. if you'd just open the .............• (hood) I'll check your battery for you. 2 It was a black car. Inspector, a Ford I think. But I'm afraid I didn't get a chance to see the .. (license plate) 3 One thing you should remember about England is that people always . . . .. when waiting for (stand in line) abus. 4 Oh, Peter. 1 wonder if you could pop down to the (liquor store) . for me and get a bottle of whisky?

5 I'd like a ... ticket to Hastings. please. (one-way) 6 The baby's crying. darling. I think he wants his (dummy) 7 Go and before you have a meal, th . (wash your hands) ere s a good boy. 8 There's something wrong with the hot water . . .. It·s running cold. (tap) 9 Excuse me. where's the nearest . (public conplease? venience) 10 We could playa (pack)
-" .

game of poker if someone has a ... of cards.


Puzzle it out 2 Who's who at the party?

Read through the sentences below, then see if you can work out the names of the people at the party.

Mrs Collins has long. The husband of the woman in the striped dress is smoking a pipe. Father Browne is a priest. The man with Father Brown is married to the woman with dark hair. Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Number I is 2 is 3 is 4 is 5 is 6 is 7 is 8 is .Mr Graham has fair hair. blonde hair. Mr Jones' wife is not wearing a striped dress. Mr Collins is talking to Mrs Jones. Mr Gibson has his back to Mr Graham. Mrs Collins is talking to Mr Gibson.

41 Confusing words
Choose the correct word in each of the following sentences.
I You haven't (lent/borrowed) my rubber, have you, Paul? 2 He sat down (besides/beside) an old man with a white beard who looked and smelt as though he hadn't washed for weeks.

3 See that large (building/house) over there? Well, that's where I work. I've got an office on the sixth floor. 4 Was it (funny/fun) at the party on Friday? 5 The (nature/countryside) around this town is very flat and uninspiring. 6 The injured man was (laying/lying) on the road close to the wreckage of his car. 7 Who (taught/learnt) you to play the guitar, Fred? 8 Those of you who wish to come to the Zoo this afternoon, please (raise/rise) your hands. 9 When I heard that I'd been given the job I felt very (lucky/happy) indeed. IO I usually (go up/get up) at 7.30 every morning. II Why don't you (take/bring) your girlfriend with you nexttime? We'd love to meet her. 12 Is it all right if I (go with/follow) you to the concert on Friday, Pam? 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Sussex is my favourite (landscape/county) in England. I didn't have time to (do/make) the beds this morning. Amsterdam is a city full of (channels/canals). I've been (sparing/saving) for years to buy a house. Would you (check/control) these figures, Mr Brown - just to make sure they're correct? It's a lot of (job/work) looking after children. I prefer to (hire/rent) a television than buy one. The answer to the crossword is on the (backside/back). I thought you said you (were going to/should) give up smoking? Our new neighbours invited me in for a cup of tea this morning. I must say they

seem a very (nice/sympathetic) couple. 23 Was it Bell who (invented/discovered) the telephone? 24 I wonder if I might have a (recipe/receipt) for the things I've bought? 25 Oh, Jan, could you (remember/remind) me to phone the dentist this afternoon to make an appointment for Sally?

26 I wonder if you'd mind (bringing/fetching) John from next door? He's wanted on the telephone. 27 What (more/else) did you do in Spain, apart from swimming and sun-bathing? 28 rvejust bought a record of Beethoven's Fifth symphony (conducted/directed) by Karajan. 29 When we moved into our new flat I had to sell my (grand/wing) piano because there wasn't enough room for it. 30 We'll have to change the curtains, darling. They don't (pass/match) suite. They're the wrong colour altogether. the new

42 Opposites "'1ierbs
Find the opposites of the words on the left. Choose from the ones Number 1 has been done for you.

the right.

1 to lend 2 to vanish 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 to to to to to to to remember hurry detest insult sell depart increase

to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to

.. ........ . . . . .. , . ... .







10 to attack
II to encourage

. ............... ... - . . .

purchase Ibuy decrease defend deteriorate Iget worse arrive appear take one's time discourage oppose reward forget borrow praise adore contract

12 13 14 15

to to to to

expand improve punish support

parsley. Welsh. bracelet 15 arrowroot. turnip. measles. rugby. Christianity. dagger. machine gun. chicory. wrestling 7 slowly. in. Saturn 2 apricot. Belgian 6 golf. fraud 20 250. jive. Brussels sprouts. tango. enthusiastically 8 bow and arrow. screwdriver 12 pounds. block of flats. rape. Classifications write one name for each of the following groups. crinoline 14 necklace.43 example. cotton. Mars. mumps. museum. 99 . theft. Yiddish. better. Islam 4 cathedral. from. locket. hand grenade 9 Gaelic. plane. Before starting. 27. Hebrew. Dutch. sage 16 smallpox. on 19 arson. look at the I Mercury. earrings. satin. spinach 11 mallet. polka 18 by. date. ounces 13 corduroy. softly. 6. Venus. bronchitis 17 minuet. polo. grammes. peach 3 Buddhism. department store 5 Swiss. electric drill. grape. kilos. Judaism. Swahili 10 leek.

44 Types of transport Write the number of each drawing next to the correct word or words. saloon car caravan van hovercraft submarine estate car articulated lorry sports car tanker transporter motorbike yacht coach lorry bus barge ambulance taxi canoe tram ® "j ~ .

...he was completely (insane) 2 A good friend is someone who is kind... . 4 You are (aware) ..it wasn't (deliberate) .... .. In fact. ... high buildings.! .. .! 11 Take those trousers off .... .. ! it .. she's quite (likeable) .............you look (ridiculous) them! 12 Our new neighbours are very (talkative) .. 9 What do you mean you can't afford to buy me a drink? Don't be so (mean) .... aren't you? 5 I wish you'd grow up! 6 I didn't mean to break 7 That's the last time I absolutely (disgusting) You're so (childish) ... ... ' in " aren't they? .............. this morning.. considerate and totally (dependable) 3 Our new boss isn't too bad at all... .more adjectives Give a synonym for each of the words in brackets in the following sentences. When I stand on the top of 8 I always get very (dizzy) ..... .. 14 6-) we lost! 6-1! You played like a team of grannies! You were (pathetic) 15 Charles has some really (peculiar) doesn't he? . Hitler ... only one way of describing . Choose from the ones below... giddy chatty stingy intentional hopeless absurd mad pensive immature reliable disgraceful weird amiable famished conscious 1 There's ~4... ! You've got a lot more money than I have! 10 I could eat a horse! I'm (really hungry) .. ...... go to a party with Simon! His behaviour last night was ... . Number 1 has been done for you.45 Synonyms . ideas sometimes...... of the fact that he's married... .... really. ... .. 13 You're looking rather (thoughtful) Jennifer. What's up? ...

lunch lives in the sea what a salesman must do every church has one something you wear you slide this across to fasten a door or window a young horse 5 6 7 8 9 IO C0A T . changing only one letter at time. E A R what deaf people cannot do the noun from hot vegetarians would not eat this e.46 From B 2 3 4 Bear to Coat Change the word BEAR into COAT in eleven stages.g.

47 Bits and pieces 1 Write the number of each drawing next to the correct word. hot water bottle dummy handbag hamper nutcracker clothes rack hinge thimble curler razor blade tweezers wallet purse rawlplug jackplug e 1///1/_ ® ® ~ .

is a book (or a set of books) dealing with every branch of knowledge in alphabetical order. mentioned in it and the pages where they can be found. is a book or booklet which gives you a list of goods .. then you can always borrow them from the 5 An . subjects.... 4 If you can't afford to buy books. .. ... etc... 6 You can keep a collection of photographs or autographs in an 7 You record personal events and happenings in a . is an alphabetical list at the back of a book of names. 9 An . ..... 8 You look at a to know the date and the month. . 't our12 When something goes wrong with your car. try anywhere in the world.. etc.. 10 If you have a then you shouldn't get lost.48 Missing words ~ books.. both in your own country and in the rest of the world. . 2A 3 An . helps you to find the position of a place or a counor books for sale. II If you want to find out the times of trains or buses you should consult a .. Put the following words in the correct sentences. encyclopedia manual newspaper dictionary directory index diary catalogue log cookery book map library album register calendar time-table atlas brochure 1 You read a to find out what has happened recently...... you can always try to repair I Y self with the help of a car .. plus their prices.

... 16 You use a ............... '" to find out the meaning of a word... .. you can always look it up in the telephone . why don't you get a holiday . if you want to find out how often some18 You look at a .13 If you don't know where to goon holiday.. 15 If you want to find out how to make a particular dish you can look in a ... every day ........ ........... .. .. one has attended school or a course..... . 14 If you don't know a person's telephone number........ from your nearest Travel Agency? .. 17 The captain of a ship fills in a ...

audience. net. Danube.49 Word aBkiatiOn I BABY 2 Underline two of the words on the right which are associated with or are part of the word on the left. denture. deck. madness slip. tenor joking. trunk. gem. Wembley wear. landing. cot. snapshot. toothache. bank. slim. whisper bath. slides. editor. mincer. stitch. ponytail. stranded. stick. radiator purr. clover. crooked fly. bore sentence. inspire. judge. skirt. filing-cabinet. cemetery pigeon. clubs. shuffle alter. bark. dark. sing pattern. barn meat. luggage-rack. reduction headboard. swan. ruler. beak. beach. backside. saxophone lucky. paw. Number I has been done for you. lapel. dumb. deckchair coffee. prayer. smile. compartment. blanket. umpire. mortgage. hymn. cough. nib. tug. widow. lettuce. trap 2 DENTIST 3 LAWCOURT 4 SEWING 5 TRAIN 6 OFFICE stable. foxglove like. rusty. mining. bonnet. duster. wall. bride. tired. cellar circulation. typist duck. river sob. staffroom 7 PHOTOGRAPH 8 SEASIDE 9 FUNERAL 10 BIRD II TENNIS 12 JACKET 13 RIVER 14 NEWSPAPER 15 BED 16 CAR 17 CAT 18 HOUSE 19 CARDS 20 CHURCH . offside. creeping. dummy. spare. wind.

/ ' ..V o egg timer flippers pencil lipstick compact cotton reel headphones identification disc decanter sunglasses ..50 Bits and pieces 2 Write the number of each drawing next to the correct word."v"".". locket alarm clock stamp kitchen timer file 4'04)0 _4172 lAJ"'llYOl'.. 11.. ..AI "..

. enormous! . but I found one 2 You'd better take an umbrella with you. It's raining 3 It's been a really hard day today. 12 The crowd waited for the Queen to arrive at the theatre. It was really hard to sleep sometimes. cars and lorries house during the night. 9I boiled egg. Use each word once only. passed their what had happened at the meeting have toast and tea for breakfast but today for a change I had a in my new armchair that he fell . absolutely angrily annually anxiously briefly carefully comfortably completely continuously courageously deliberately easily extremely finally fortunately happily heavily lately normally patiently seriously soundly unexpectedly violently 1 They say it's difficult to get a job nowadays. 10 Have you seen Pam and Dave's new house? It's 11 My grandfather was sitting so fast asleep. 5 'Mind your own business!' he snapped 6 The trapped animal struggled 7 It was no accident! She did it 8 David only had time to explain because he was in a hurry.51 Missing words . so I should sleep 4 Living very close to the motorway.adverbs Put the following adverbs in the correct sentences. to free itself ! I saw her. at the moment. tonight.

but was injured. this is the coldest November for over seventy-five years.not only the buildings and the people. so drive . 15 There was an accident on the motorway this morning. In fact. by the phone for news of her missing daughter. he found to his disappointment that everything had changed . 20 Any idea what's happened to Annie? I haven't seen much of her 21 At his seventh attempt he 22 The mother waited managed to pass his driving test. . I had no idea they were even in 18 The Guinness Book of Records is published 19 The weather has been cold recently. . but even the way of life. . 14 My parents arrived at my flat London. 23 The roads are very icy tonight.13 When he returned home to his village after more than thirty years. 16 The soldiers fought 17 My wife and I have been but in the end were forced to surrender. married for eighteen years. no one .

··.tth . 10 Change fade into a word that means you can't hear. f 9.g.. . milk.. . . Before starting.. . . b.... etc. 7 Change danger into something most houses have. the first letter of the answer is given. 16 Change master into a small river. II Change false into small insects cats and dogs sometimes have in their fur. e . a s ········ ·. 18 Change react into a container. g ..52 Anagrams Sort out the following anagrams. 4 Change backward into another word for disadvantage. 6 Change bristle into something you sometimes get when you have new shoes. e. Change thorn into a direction. To help you. f..··. 17 Change ocean into a type of water transport. 2 Change alloy into what a good friend should be. 3 Change aloft into the opposite of sink. 14 Change insures into a time of day. Change admirer into the opposite of single. . (plural) 12 Change general into a word that means make bigger. d a ... 5 Change blame into a way of walking... .· c c ··. .. . n. 13 Change impart into a part of the body. 15 Change later into another word for change. · a s ·········· ···· .. s a d . 9 Change each into a word to do with pain. for beer. m 1. 8 Change disk into what can happen to a car when the roads are icy. ·····.. look at the example.

. . . . m p . 23 Change solemn into a type of fruit. 25 Change dances into a word that means to go up. 29 Change live into another word for wicked. . 21 Change miles into a sign of happiness. 20 Change teach into a word to do with dishonesty. . k c s 1. . 22 Change palm into something found in the living room.. . 26 Change inch into a part of the face. 27 Change ulcer into the opposite of kind. . a c c r . . 30 Change tutor into a type offish (usually found in rivers). 28 Change drawer into a word to do with money.19 Change skis into a sign of affection. e t. (plural) 24 Change mope into something you can read and enjoy. .

using a computer.53 What's the verb? Complete the following sentences with a suitable verb. . shoes. . . . a lesson are things you . essays. music. glasses are things you 5 The radio. tennis are things you 14 Planes. pets. football matches are things you 12 Babies. . .Q9. starving people are things you 13 The piano. plants.~ . 15 Foreign languages. . a cold are things you 10 Letters. advice are things you 6 Roses. . . your hair are things you 7 Houses. Choose from the follOwing. spaceships. bridges. parcels are things you 11 Television. break build catch celebrate change cook cross deliver drive feed fly grow hang learn listen to lose open paint play read ride run sign tell tie wash watch wear win write 1 Breakfast. Use each verb once only. buildings are things you r. babies. your hair. . . . novels. cards. buses. kites are things you . someone's palm are things you 9 Trains. lunch and dinner are things you 2 Dishes. films. 8 Newspapers. Number 1 has been done for you. letters are things you 4 Jewellery. the car are things you 3 Your name. .

a road are things you 24 Christmas. . 27 A company.. . a room. prizes.. a bank account are things you 18 Shoelaces. jobs are things you 23 A border. . your birthday.16 pictures. victories are things you 25 A promise. . wallpaper are things you 21 A contract. . your leg.. . English courses are things you 28 Your job. buses. your nails. a race. your name are things you 22 Money. horses. lorries are things you 20 Washing. pictures. . . . your memory. stories. . ribbons are things you 19 Cars. windows. weight are things you 29 Bicycles. . . your mind. knots. cheques. . motorbikes are things you 30 Competitions. a window are things you 26 Lies. battles are things you '" .. . walls are things you 17 Doors. jokes are things you .

oven). birthday. drawer. The (teacher. ceiling). lamp-post). man. dog. performance) at the Christmas (shopping. sheep) put his (bicycle. casserole. brother) in his (floor. clear. Before starting. . woman) drove her (car. lesson). 12 The (planets. flat. comb. music. circus). shower. garage. flowers) Mars and Jupiter are clearly (marked. solicitor) wrote the (letter. candle) to end the (match. party) on her (weekend. blackbird. living-room. caught. soldier. shop assistant. tree. night) sky. eggs. books) from the (library. sales. for. father) into a (carpet. 5 James (borrowed. cow) was (grazing. board. nest. groups. chef) placed the (motorbike.54 Choose the word 3 Underline one word in each of the three pairs of brackets to make the most logical sentence. visible. 11 The (opera. whistle. 8 That (man. lawn) for the (kitchen. swimming) on the (pavement. 4 The (cooker. platform. 6 We bought a new (sofa. sitting. shop. shop). 3 The (bird. wedding. cycled) to have a (check-up. train) now standing at (station. newspaper. 2 Sally (phoned. mechanic. caretaker) blew his (ballroom. lane) seven has just arrived (to. post) their (order. answer. from) Brighton. cancel. 10 After listening to the (weather forecast. pocket). 7 The (artist. station. notebook) on the (floor. concert. Eve). garden) in the January (moth. The (referee. 9 The (plane. wind) they decided to (tryon. flat). picnic). look at the example. post office). guitar) in the (drawer. CD. boat. placed) in the (east. choir) sang a (song. battle. decided. made) six (teeth.

teacher. exams). 14 The (coffee. saucepan). handwriting. day. chest. neighbour. results. marvellous. hobby) which has greatly increased (conversation. policeman) put his (ruler. raise. airport. worn) in most foreign (countries. melt) in the (sunshine. meal. lift) your (hands. June) we went to the (shops. 18 His (manners. . after) wishing to go to the concert please (rise. languages. remembered. level). pigeons) were waiting anxiously for the (shape. pockets). discovery. Thursday. car. collection). read) it. stethoscope) to the patient's (house. speech) was (terrible. 19 A British (car. boil. stamps). baton. snow. father. passport. eat. 16 All (those. voices. productivity. who. 15 The (students. Ijust couldn't (respect. backwards). haircut). computer) is a wonderful (invention.13 On (one o'clock. 17 The (doctor. flag) is (valid. water) began to (freeze. 20 The (pedestrian crossing. arrival) of their (tickets. beach) for a (swim.

11 If you save money in a bank. you usually get interest on it. 10 People who ride motorbikes should wear crash-helmets.55 Right or wrong? Is the word in bold type in each of the following sentences used correctly or not? If you think it is. 12 A synonym for stubborn is mean. He's very witty. 4 The person in charge of a museum is caned the curator. 6 You have to do it . 8 A timid person is usually very brave. 13 I'm looking for the maternity ward. not over it.) RIGHT 1 These shoes don't fit me . My wife's expecting a baby.they're the wrong colour. WRONG . 14 In Britain you usually wear a vest under a shirt.it's compulsory. put a tick (. 5 He watched the horse-race through binoculars. so I used to hijack a lot. 9 You would probably feel very embarrassed if your trousers fell down in public. 7 I never had very much money as a student. 3 He makes us laugh a lot.I) in the RIGHT column. put a tick in the WRONG column. If you think it isn't. 2 You would probably feel very flattered if someone told you that you were conceited. (You can also try to explain why it is used wrongly.

he's an acquaintance of mine. I think it's very unlucky to walk under ladders. twig and willow are all words connected with a tree. 23 A policeman usually carries a truncheon for defence.he's panting. 17 Most people like having sunstroke in the summer. 16 A torch will help you to see in the dark. 20 Trunk. 22 Most gardeners would be proud of their weeds. Let's sit in the shadow. 21 He must have run all the way . 18 You wear a beret on your head. 24 I'm very supernatural. 19 Prunes are my favourite vegetables. 25 It's very hot. for example.15 I know him well. .

Choose from the words on the right. A wealthy person is 2 An abrupt ending is 3 An inquisitive person is 4 An awkward person is 5 An idle person is 6 A contented person is 7 Raw fish is 8 An ancient monument is 9 A fortunate escape is lOA brisk pace is 11 A drowsy person is 12 A conceited person is 13 A reliable person is 14 An invaluable possession is 15 A slender chance is 16 An unbiased report is 17 A delicious meal is 18 A courteous person is 19 A defective article is 20 An absurd idea is clumsy dependable fair fast faulty lazy lucky polite priceless rich ridiculous satisfied sleepy slight sudden tasty uncooked vain very curious very old .56 Choose the adjective Complete the sentences below with an adjective that is similar in meaning to the word in bold type.

Before starting. out My wife collects a e furniture. rail Shall I p r the tea or will you? four Please don't t.30. hot . wait 19 There was a large brown s n on the carpet where he had spilled the Coffee. She's in a really bad m rude d. e your brother. .. e!' Samantha said angrily to her sister.. heat We can't eat this bread. purse 18 They had a big party to c e passing their exams. He doesn't like it. e the school play.. I d t if they'll come now. port The ambulance soon arrived at the s e of the crime. meat IS The fox was caught in a s e and couldn't escape. look at the example. leek 'This is none of your business. it's s e..57 What's the rhyming word? fiJI in the missing words in the following sentences by choosing a word which rhymes with the word in bold type at the end of each sentence.1 play half-way through the second half howl My brother has played on the Centre c. I've got to I.. play 17 I can't come with you tonight. the number ofpeopJe buying new cars is once again starting to d e. rain 14 Keep the r t in case you need to change the goods. desk 12 After rising for many years. fear r from the waiting crowd as the queen arrived at ~l My brother has a y t and regularly sails to France in it. wine 13 The government's anti-smoking c n has only achieved moderate success. mean It's getting very late. so please don't i.:. . please We've just bought a new s e of furniture for the living-room.. t at Wimbledon. deer 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 We stayed at a very p e village in the Swiss Alps. feet The Arsenal defender was sent off for f.~ t you on Friday at 7. Jane. I'll m ~.2 YOU'dbetter not speak to Samantha today.lane 20 There was a huge c the theatre. chair 16 We will need to s y the land before we start building any houses on it. He's a really good tennis player.

The waitress was so friendly that he gave her a big 10 ... Her voice on the phone was so that I could hardly 5 . She bent down to up her shoelace.. My brother can't stand the sight of blood.. Have you got any .. He wants to get married.. It's an informal party. 6 7 . Russia last summer... Pam? I've only got a £10 note on me....... .... This music's got a very good .•.. hear it. . She was ill but she's again now. .. Let's go out tonight for a . He sat on the river to fish. We saw a dancing .. 2 3 .. A lot of actors have to learn to and ride a horse especially for parts in films like The Three Musketeers.. so you don't need to wear a collar and You can go in jeans and at-shirt. when we were on holiday in 8 9 . This account offers 5... I'm fed up of cooking.... Number I has been done for you.....5% interest.. up all the balloons for the children's party. \lVCittm . .. but he can't the thought of leaving his mother..•. 4 . Argentina Germany 2-0 in the final..... The of her nose was red. They got their water from a at the bottom of the garden. We hopped over the into our neighbour's garden.. Read through the pairs of sentences below and try to work out what the missing words are...•.58 Same word 1 4- different meaning Some words in English can have more than one meaning... I volunteered to . He was knocked out by a sharp to the head. .. . How often do you television? Her parents promised to buy her a as soon as she had learnt to tell the time. 11 .. It always makes him .

19 20 21 . The of this country used to be a king. Don't forget to take the off the egg before you eat it. . coffee... 22 .. in 14 15 . People who have picnics should always remember to take their home with them. again.. His began to bleed as he was brushing his teeth. don't you? What does taste like? In Singapore. but now it's a president. I'm looking for curtains that will my carpet. food.12 13 . I can't draw a straight line without using a . A had built its nest under our roof When she had a sore throat. she found it very difficult to . It was probably the most exciting football they had ever seen. The terrorists tried to blow up the .. The was covered with snow.. There will be a election at the end of next year. You like fish. it is against the law to chew public. Autumn is my favourite . I'm tired. Use a first-class tomorrow. . 16 17 . . . of his shoe. 24 . Everyone began to He bought a kilo of if you want the letter to arrive by their feet in time to the music. One of the world's most popular card games is . The ordered his troops to attack the village. You should always remember to food.. They found an unexploded on the beach.. I think I'll go and down for a while. 25 . . I didn't say that! That's a ! I need to go to the gym every day to try to get into . . There were seven puppies altogether in the . There was a drawing pin stuck in the 18 . 23 . A rugby ball has a different to a football.

The joint in your finger. e.g. Found in the kitchen. Down 2 A fruit . 4 One of the seasons.g. If you need extra help. A large fish with pink flesh that lives in the sea but swims up rivers to lay its eggs. etc. Money owed.especially on the face.often used in jam. 28 An explosive device. An imaginary creature. 31 Permanently unable to speak. Each word contains a silent letter (see example). glasses. 30 What you do with your ears.59 Words with silent letters Complete the crossword. 17 A herb used in cooking. A popular dish at restaurants. A smell or perfume. e. (There are lots of these in British gardens!) 14 A very large mammal that lives in the sea. 21 A young cow. the first and last letters of each word are given at the bottom of the opposite page. 12 A type oftree. 20 Part of the leg. 14 What most people get with age . Also part of your hand. . You normally use two needles. Across 3 6 8 10 13 One of the joints on your arm. inside it. 25 Found on the hand. 15 A chess piece. A ship that has sunk. on a cheque or a document. You often put cups. 23 To write your name. 5 Unable to feel anything. as a result of being 7 8 9 II very cold. A small flying insect that bites. 29 What most people hope the sea will be when they travel. A visitor to your home. Also a type of soldier a long time ago who used to wear armour and fight on horseback. 19 To make things to wear (usually of wool).

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cut house injury bread (you can't eat it) cloth disease escape sea lines complexion road statue angry bronze bumpy damp deep delicious fair haunted infectious juicy loyal lucky painful parallel poisonous sharp stale steep stormy urgent . servant knife message wen. pear snake hill meal mob friend. Ia 2a 3a 4a 5 an 6a 7a 8 an 9a 10 a II a 12 13 a 14 an 15 a 16 a 17 18 a 19 a 20 a orange. Choose from the words on the right.60 Adjective + noun combinations Complete the phrases on the left with the most suitable adjective. Use each adjective once only.

Answers TEST 1 coat hanger potato peeler lightbulb colander broom plate egg slicer dustpan carpet beater scrubbing brush cheese slicer tea towel TEST 2 I II kennel sty TEST 7 Down I Arab 2 India 3 Belgian 4 Czech 5 Canada 6 Swiss 7 Pole 8 Dane 9 Turkey 10 Vietnamese II Egypt 12 Swede Across I Finn 12 stable 12 6 2 7 13 14 web 15 eyrie TEST 4 Right order: 3 4 9 8 3-8-4-6-1-10-5-9-2 -7 TEST 5 pepper mill liquidizer /blender fire guard bowl tray briefcase lemon squeezer tea strainer bellows bottle opener suitcase ladle 5 10 II 6 12 II 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 attractive enjoyable big-headed appalling odd enormous obstinate bashful keen authentic cheeky ample unbelievable vital hilarious 10 7 2 4 9 5 3 8 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II New Zealand Holland Scotland Australia Greek Jew Peru Norway Eskimo United States TEST 6 harmful 2 mean 3 TEST 3 I 3 house monastery 4 5 6 7 2 palace 4 convent 5 barracks 6 cell 7 caravan 8 igloo 9 hive 10 nest 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 temporary lazy minute hostile exciting timid cheap broad-minded imaginary wonderful sudden uninterested unfortunate TESTS a baIl of string a bunch of grapes an ear of corn a cube of sugar a pack of cards a crate of beer a pad of writing paper a bar of chocolate a punnet of strawberries a string of beads a bouquet of flowers a quiver of arrows .

TEST 9 chopping board aerial banister curtains door handle doorbell coffee filter pillow dustbin umbrella spatula cushion TEST 10 I 6 7 8 4 II I 8 9 10 II 12 7 5 10 12 13 study crypt hold larder parlour studio lounge dormitory Building number 4 is an Art Gallery Building number 5 is a betting shop (Turf accountant's) Building number 6 is a cinema Building number 7 is an undertaker's 4 6 12 I TEST I3 plane file axe pliers extension cable jack secateurs watering can sickle vice fire extinguisher chisel TEST 14 I 9 2 6 3 Building number 8 is an office block Building number Town Hall 9 is the 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 (c) (a) (c) (c) (d) (b) (b) (c) (a) (d) (b) (a) 5 8 9 10 3 7 II Building number 10 is a prison TEST 16 I car 2 football 3 orchestra 4 flower 5 dog 6 wedding 7 house 8 guitar 9 bed 10 astronomy II soldier 12 radio 13 typewriter 14 pub 15 tennis 16 meal 17 river 18 shoe 19 hospital 20 music 2 TESTll Miss Rees is a cashier Mr Berry is a caddie Mr Guard is a caretaker Miss Knowles is a solicitor Mr Train is a porter Mrs Plod is a postwoman Mrs Carter is a surgeon Mr Austin is a chauffeur Mr Field is a farmer Miss Sayer is a speech therapist TEST 12 ward 2 kitchen 3 cellar 4 attic 5 cabins 2 3 ~ 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 enter vanished purchased detests tripped accomplish altered recollect put off scare spoilt moaning occurred inform bragging TEST 17 TESTIS" Building number 1 is a church Building number Estate Agent's 2 is an stove (cooker) washing machine fridge coffee table bedside table shower bath 2 4 10 II 6 9 3 Building number 3 is a museum .

wardrobe broom cupboard fluorescent light oil lamp ceiling light TEST 18 I 5 8 7 15 fishing 16 pottery TEST 20 I (b) 2 (a) 3 (c) 4 (b) 5 (c) 6 (a) 7 (c) 8 (c) 9 (a) 10 (b) II (b) 12 a mouse squeaks a cock crows a frog croaks an elephant trumpets a hourse neighs a lamb bleats a lion roars a cow lows TEST 24 throat Saturn wallet rabbit saucer spider willow salmon vanish blouse skiing eighty pigeon lawyer guitar nephew lizard radish petrol gutter 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 big-headed immature intelligent moody sympathetic rude ambitious eccentric obstinate strict 2 3 TEST 19 Across I orienteering 2 sailing 3 knitting 4 archaeology 5 bridge 6 gardening 7 weaving 8 camping 9 painting 10 table tennis 11 music 12 yoga Down I photography 2 embroidery 3 gliding 4 stamp collecting 5 cycling 6 chess 7 cooking/cookery 8 dancing 9 riding 10 swimming II acting 12 ice skating 13 mah-jong 14 billiards 12 (b) 13 (c) 14 (c) 15 (a) TEST 21 shaving socket record storage unit time switch window sill fan heater trolley room divider door knob extractor fan curtain rail coat stand window box TEST 22 Bill is Susan's father Ted is Susan's brother Ann is Susan's sister Freda is Susan's cousin Olive is Susan's aunt Paul is Susan's brother-inlaw TEST 23 7 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 5 9 11 I 2 12 8 3 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 10 6 4 TEST 25 I rugs 2 crows 3 wife 4 daring 5 heard 6 bust 7 God 8 property 9 polite 10 burning drugs crowds wire darling head but Good properly police turning TEST 26 a pig grunts a dog barks bow tie bowler hat beret 9 4 :s .

.Yes.John! This is a surprise! . only me. . (Laughing) I see.About a month ago. it can't be helped. You haven't changed a bit. 3 On a boat crew deck funnel portholes rails 4 In a church aisle altar congregation pulpit pew 5 On a jacket 4 (d) 5 (a) 6 (b) 7 (d) 8 (b) 9 (b) 10 (c) 11 (a) 12 (b) TEST 28 TEST 30 dartboard tennis racquet badminton racquet air pistol golf club tent chess set dice figure skate ski stick shin pad dumbbell shuttlecock binoculars ice hockey stick. 6 3 8 4 12 2 11 button collar lapel pocket sleeve 6 In a hospital matron operating theatre patients stethoscope ward 7 In an omce 10 13 1d 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 g k a j 14 9 15 5 7 e TEST 31 1 In a school blackboard desks playground pupils staffroom 2 In the kitchen cutlery dishwasher fridge frying pan sink unit '" I b 10 f II h 12 c TEST 29 Order of dialogue part: . that's right.Oh. Sweden. date stamp filing cabinet secretary stapler typewriter 8 ODa car boot bumper clutch hom seatbelt TEST 32 (c) 3 (c) 4 (c) 2 (c) . And there aren't any children fortunately. Ah well. .Well.Oh.No. as a matter of fact. enough of me. But anyway. .cardigan sweater apron gloves braces clogs shorts sandals string vest TEST 27 7 3 2 10 6 11 - - 12 8 - 1 (b) 2 (b) 3 (d) we've decided to get a divorce. What are you doing these days? St. I live here now. Same old John. sorry! . Richard's Comprehensive? You must enjoy it then.

5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 (b) (e) (d) (a) (c) (e) (a) .(c) TEST 33 I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 liner horizon sea headland buoy wave cliff cave beach rock shingle lifebuoy bumper bonnet boot tyre seatbelt indicator number plate steering wheel speedometer foot brake glove compartment hand brake petrol gauge accelerator pedal gear stick clutch radio hom 8 2 7 10 6 II 13 II 2 8 3 6 I 7 5 9 4 10 TESf37 2345678910 - - 5 6 9 7 8 10 4 3 2 TEST 38 neighbours annually decided whispered invited niece audience exhausted horizon hypocrites immediately failed TEST 36 TESf34 (b) (c) (a) (c) (b) (a) (c) (b) (c) (c) (a) (b) (a) (c) (b) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 TEST 3S windscreen wipers headlight windscreen radiator grill .:xhaust pipe driving mirrors 3 12 4 1 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 9 5 25 rain roar pear ruler cold mean tram shave soap easel brave open witch stroll store steal stale sharp seek weary tiny tale flame flat horse 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 TEST 39 I bonnet 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 number plate queue off·licence single pacifier wash up faucet restroom deck TEST 40 Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Number I is 2 is 3 is 4 is 5 is 6 is 7 is 8 is Mr Graham Mr Gibson Mrs Collins Mr Jones Father Browne Mrs Gibson Mrs Jones Mr Collins .

TEST 41 I TEST 43 I TEST 45 mad reliable amiable conscious immature intentional disgraceful giddy stingy famished absurd chatty pensive hopeless weird 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 borrowed beside building fun countryside lying taught raise happy get up bring go with county make canals saving check work rent back were going to nice invented receipt remind fetching else conducted grand match planets 2 fruits 3 religions 4 buildings 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 nationalities sports adverbs weapons languages vegetables tools weights fabrics jewellery herbs diseases dances prepositions crimes numbers 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 TEST 46 bear hear heat meat meal seal sell bell belt bolt colt coat TEST 44 saloon car caravan van hovercraft submarine estate car articulated lorry sports car tanker transporter motorbike yacht coach lorry bus barge ambulance taxi canoe tram TEST 42 borrow appear forget take one's time adore praise purchase /buy arrive decrease defend discourage contract deteriorate /get worse reward oppose 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 5 6 7 18 19 10 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 TEST 47 hot water bottle dummy handbag hamper nutcracker clothes rack hinge thimble curler razor blade 12 i3 14 15 17 15 20 16 2 9 4 14 8 3 8 14 7 15 12 3 II 2 4 IO .

deckchair widow. dummy toothache. typist slides. radiator purr. stitch compartment. cemetery pigeon. beak net. hymn ("alter" is a verb) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 TESTS2 married loyal 3 float 4 drawback 5 amble 2 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 . denture sentence. paw landing. mortgage clubs.tweezers wallet purse rawlplug jackplug TEST 48 I 5 6 J3 TEST SO locket alarm clock stamp kitchen timer file egg timer flippers pencil lipstick compact cotton reel headphones identification disc decanter sunglasses TESTS1 easily heavily soundly continuously angrily violently deliberately briefly normally absolutely comfortably patiently completely unexpectedly fortunately/seriously courageously happily annually extremely lately finally anxiously carefully II 6 blister 7 garden 8 skid 9 12 J3 4 9 7 8 9 ache 10 deaf 11 fleas 12 enlarge 13 armpit 14 sunrise 15 alter 16 stream 17 canoe 18 crate 19 kiss 20 cheat 21 smile 22 lamp 23 melons 24 poem 25 ascend 26 chin 27 cruel 28 reward 29 evil 30 trout TESTS3 cook wash write wear listen to grow build read catch deliver watch feed play fly learn paint open tie drive hang sign change cross 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 newspaper catalogue atlas library encyclopedia album diary. umpire lapel. blanket bonnet. shuffle prayer. snapshot· beach.luggage-rac filing-cabinet. judge pattern. editor headboard. calendar index map timetable manual brochure directory cookery book dictionary log register 15 14 2 5 6 I 3 10 TEST 49 cot. wear bank. Danube circulation.

15 Wrong (you know a friend really well. the supernatural is to do with ghosts and other things that cannot be explained naturally). very common in France and Spain). thick stick).24 25 26 27 28 29 30 celebrate break tell run lose ride win 4 Right. for example. etc. 9 Right (you would probably blush and feel very uncomfortable). a twig is part of a branch and willow is a type of tree). the sun is shining or you stand in front of a bright light). 23 Right (it looks like a short. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 decided/party/birthday bird/sitting/nest man!comb/pocket borrowed/books/ library sofa/living-room/sales chef/casserole/oven woman/car/tree train/platformlfrom weather forecast/cancelJ 24 Wrong (you are probably superstitious. this is worn over a shirt). clever mind). 17 Wrong (a suntan maybe. 16 Right (it usually runs on batteries. it is sometimes called a flashlight). your shadow is the dark shape that is made behind you when. if they don't fit. but they would hardly want to be ill with a fever. not an acquaintance). II Right (it is usually a percentage savings). 2 Wrong (this means you are big-headed and have a very high opinion of yourself). TEST 54 . 3 Right (it suggests the person has a quick. 6 Right (the opposite is voluntary). but they are 7 Wrong (students might hitch-hike very unlikely to hijack a plane or a train!). 19 Wrong (a prune is a dried plum .I referee/whistle/match 8 Wrong (a timid person is easily frightened and is probably a coward). 20 Right (the trunk is the main part of a tree. 13 Right (a ward is a room in a hospital for patients. 14 Right (the American word vest is what the British call a waistcoat. of your 25 Wrong (it should be shade. fast II sleepy 12 vain 13 dependable 14 priceless 15 slight 16 fair 17 tasty 18 polite 19 faulty 20 ridiculous 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 .). they're too big or too small). 22 Wrong (most gardeners try to get rid of weeds!). 5 Right (binoculars make distant objects seem closer). 21 Right (you pant when you are out of breath). the maternity ward is specially for women expecting babies). TEST 56 rich sudden very curious clumsy lazy satisfied uncooked very old lucky 12 Wrong (a synonym would be obstinate. picnic II choir/song/concert 12 planets/visible/night 13 14 15 16 17 Thursday/beach/swim snow/melt/sunshine students/res ul ts/ exams those/raise/hands doctor/stethoscope/ chest read 18 handwriting/terrible/ 19 passport/valid/countries 20 computer/invention! productivity TEST 55 Wrong (if they're the wrong colour they don't suit you. mean is the opposite of generous).a fruit). 10 Right. 18 Right (it is a type of hat.

TESTS7 24 25 match ruler 3 pour 3 tease 4 suite 1 2 stale TESTS9 Across 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 foul Court scene doubt antique interfere decline campaign receipt snare survey rehearse celebrate stain cheer yacht mood 1 wrist 3 salmon 6 wreck 8 to 13 14 15 17 19 20 21 23 25 28 29 30 31 2 4 5 7 guest cupboard gnome whale knight thyme knit knee calf sign thumb bomb calm listen dumb 4 5 6 7 8 9 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 steep delicious angry loyal sharp urgent deep 10 haunted II painful stale damp infectious lucky stormy parallel fair bumpy bronze 11 picturesque TESTS8 watch Down raspberry autumn numb faint bank bear beat blow 10 tie 11 tip 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 well fence change knuckle 8 gnat 9 scent 11 debt 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 bridge swallow general stamp ground sole gum season lie shape litter shell 12 14 15 16 18 19 21 22 24 26 27 30 palm wrinkles knife heir honest knot comb subtle ghost half wrong lamb TEST 60 1 juicy 2 poisonous .

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