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a restaurant for a The people below all want'to go to celebration. the most suitable Decide whlch restaurant would be for each Person. Stellawants to book a specialfamily B0th birthday' meal for her grandmother's will be a mix of agesso the menu There needsto Providefor a wide rangeof grandmotherfinds it tastes.Steila's to hear so she doesn'twant to d.ifficult take her anywherewhich has loud music' to Elizabethwants to book somewhere l8th birthday' her celebrate daughter's Shewants to invite about 20 familY and closefriends'Sheis looking members specialthat can offer a for somewhere priced dinner' She'dlike the reasonably atmosph.i. to be friendly and informal' his Patrickwants to celebrate first wedding anniversary'He wants to go to restaurantand doesn'tmind a first-class how much it costs.He'dlike somewhere that attractsfamous peopleand for which his wife can Put on her best dress' to wantsto book a restaurant Sadie the end of examswith a group celebrate of six friends.They don'twant to spend much moneybut want to go somewhere and interesting with a liveiy atmosphere food.

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1 Fred'shouseis betweenthe caféand the
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There's a large tree behind the bank.

Inside the café it's very crowded and there are people waiting outside. The library is opposite the park. ........'.".-..,.....'........ Someonehas left a bicycie on a balcony.

A cat has climbed on the roof of the bank.

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1A 2B 3A 4B 5A

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Part3 Reading

1A 28 3A 4A 5A 68

Vocabulary

1 failed; take 2 study; make 3 missed; spend 4 had; made 5 study; iose 6 learn; sPend 7 spend; take 8 miss; take 9 lost 10 made

Grammar

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Hi Anna I'm sorry that I couLdn't come slnpping with you yesterd.ay bat I lnd too much French homeutork. Did you have a good shopping trip? Con-I come to your house tomorrow to see what you bought? Let me know.

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Unit 3
Part Reading 4
1A 28 3D 48

Grammar
O z to lend -> lending 3 play -+ to play 4 to spend -+ spending 5 buying -+ to buy 6 be -+ to be 7 to miss -+ missing 8 stay-> staying 9 taking -> to take 10 doing -+ to do b @l u correct; correct 2 a bringing-> to bring;b correct 3 a turning off --> to turn off; b buying --> to buy 4 a correct;b correct 5 a to go-->going;b to b watch-+ watching 6 a correct; to see--> seeing

Listening Part2
1A 2C 3A 48 5C 6A

Part1 Writing
I breathing 2 forward to 3 going 4 afford to 5 prefercamping

Vocabulary
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UNIT4
Reading 3 Part
1 A 2 B 3 8 4 A 5 A 6 8 7 8 8 8

Vocabulary
Q1 terrible 2 fascinating 3 boring 4 cheap 5 expensive 6 warm 7 freezíng 8 crowded 9 filthy 10 fantastic warm, crowded,noisy expensive, @lrery: boring, cheap, really: all of them terrible, fascinating,freezing, absolutely/extremely: filthy, fantastic

Part Listening 3
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Q f Both storieshavea clearending,althoughstoryA rs more successful this. at 2 StoryB. Because frequentpunctuation of and grammar errors,the readerhas to make more effort to understand storyA. -1 Story A: thev tell me it is my decicion,he said I can take the exam next week Story B: I said my motlrcr,slte said hers 4 StoryA containsfour punctuation mistakes. 5 StoryA containsone spellingerror. 6 StoryA repeats three times. buf StoryB repeats and but several so times. 7 StoryB is too long (136words).
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