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PENGUIN ENGLISH GUIDES
Test Your
Vocabu ary 2
Peter Watcyn-Jones
and Olivia Johnston
P ItNOI,I.N RNO .. ""
Pearson Education l.lmited
Contents Edinburgh Gate
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CM20 2JE, England
To the studenl N
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1 In the kilchen
33 Verbs and I"ICU1S 3
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ISBN 0 582 451671
2 Adjectives with the same
34 Adjectrves: t/Wlgs 58
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Fifth Impression 2005
FNi\ 00:1 vegetables 60
3 In the garden 3
First published In Sweden by Kursvei'Ksamhetens IMag 1979
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4 In the study 4
Published by Penguin Books 1985, 1996 37 Fun and leisure 1 64
This edition published 2002
5 Things to buy 6
38 Fun and leisure 2 66
copyright C Peter Watcyn-Jones 1979, 2002 6
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39 Places to live 68
Text copyright C Olivia Johnston 2002
7 Bedroom things 10
40 P"",", 70
8 Famify lile 12
41 ptyases 3 72
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More prepositions 74
Illustrations by Rupert Besley, Mart in Fish, Vince Silcock and Mark Watkinson
10 Verbs and nouns 1 16
43 Maths 76
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44 ElectrICal things 78
12 ArOlXld the house 18
45 Verbs: thR\ person 80
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19 Focx:t and an 32 52 Oloose the word 93
20 What's the matter? 34 53
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21 In the bathroom 36 54 verbs: lISing yc:AX hands 95
22 Adjectives: people 38
55 Abstract nouns 96
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25 Prepositions 43
58 Definitions 101
2. Verbs and nouns 2 44
59 Too many words 102
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To the student
This book will help you to learn new English words while having fun at the
same time. Many of the tests use pictures - such as the tests on the things
in the house, fruit and vegetables, sports. clothes and places in town. Others
are based on word types - for example, verbs, adjectives and prepositions.
There are also lests on pairs of words thai go together. opposites, and woo:Is
that people otten mix up. Use the coolents list to find the right lest for you.
Or go through the book and choose one that lOOkS interesting Of has
drawings that you like. So if you fee! like doing a crossword, choose a
crossword. If you feel like looking al cartoons. try one of the Phrases tests
where you match words to a picture. If a lest is fun to do, this is one of the
best ways of learning new words fast. There's no need to start at the
beginning and work through every lesl in the book. The tests al the end are
no more diffICult than the ones al the beginning.
There are tip boxes on nearly every page. They will give you exi ra help and
information. They will also give you ideas on how to learn new words.
To really learn a new word, you will need to do each test more than once.
So use a pencil 10 write the answers in the book when you test yourself.
Then, check your answers and look carefully at the words you didn't know or
got wrong. Finally, rub out your answers ready for the next time you try that
test. Each test wi. take you between five and fifteen minutes the first time you
do ii , but the nexltime you win probably be much quicker.
The tests in this book do not get harder as you go from Test 1 to Test 60.
However, the five books in the Test Your Vocabulary series are carefully graded
from Book 1 (fOf beginnernj to Book 5, which is for advanced students. If you
find this book is too easy, try the next one up. If you find it is too hard, try the
next one down.
Good luck with learning the words in this book. And we hope that you will
en}oy using the words in real situations once you've learnt them here.
Peter Watcyn-Jones and Olivia Johnston
1 In the kitchen
Write the numbers 1 to 12 next to the correct words.
bowl
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2,
bread board
rm
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cloth
corkscrew
electric kett le
3 4
fr ying pan
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jug
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mug
sa ucepan
5
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tea towel
f}
tin opener
toaster
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• In English we can often put two nouns together to make compound
nouns like bread board and tin opener. Sometimes the two nouns are
written as one word like saucepan and corkscrew .
• In British English the cloth that we use fOf drying dishes is a tea towel. In
American English, irs a dish cloth.
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2 Adjectives with the
.
same meaning
Find words with the same meaning in the word square ( ~ J, t- 1) and write
them down.
wonderful
fantastic 9 cheap
2 awful 10 sad
3 wei rd 11 exciting

enormous
12 unattractive
5 good-looking 13 ricll
6 uninteresting
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angry
7 impolite
15 frighteni ng
8 intell igent
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T E A A I F Y I N G S T 0
A T T A A C T I V E P L E
G 0 E V I S N E P X E N I
T H A I L L I N G A S E A
A A W A Y 0 U T U Y L G U
Y U T E A A I B L E A 0 Y
H 0 F A N T A S T I C C G
T E E S L U A M I N T L N
L 0 G S T A A N G E 0 E I
A A U M I G A L E S T V A
E 0 H A E 0 A A F I N E 0
W E F U A I 0 U S F 0 A B
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To form the opposite 01 some adie(:l ives, we can put a prefi)( in front Of
them. The prefix un- is the corrmonesl one meaning not . for example
unattractive, uninteresting, unintelligent, unpopular. The prefix Im- also
means not. II IS less common than un- and it can Oftot go in Iront 01 words
thaI begin with m or p, for example impolite, impossible and immoral.
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3 In the garden
Write the numbers ' to 14 next to the correct words.
appl e tree
- q-
garage
back door ladder
balcony [awn
bins leaves
chi mney path
fence pool
f ront door steps
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4 In the study
Write the numbers 1 to 14 next to the correct words.
bi ro
calculator
calendar
desk
diary
filing cabinet
paper
fountain pen
pencil
pencil sharpener
rubber
ruler
scissors
stapler
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• Another word fOf a biro is a ballpoint. The word biro comes from the
name of the man who Invented the first ballpoi nt pen in 1938, the
Hungarian Lazlo Biro, lallo's biros became very popular with pilots
because they worked well at high altitudes.
• There are other English words thaI come from the names of Inventors.
The word sandwich is Pfobably the most famous one. The sandwich was
invented In 1762 by the Earl of Sandwich. In 1762 he put a piece of
cooked meat between two slices of bread so that he could carry on
plaYing cards while he was eating.
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5 Things to buy
Write the correct phrase from the bOx under each picture,
a bag of a bar of a boWe of a box of a bunch of
a carton of a dozen a jar of a loaf of a packet of
a pot of a ron of a lin of a tub of a t\:lee ef
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a tube of 2 3
toothpaste jam tomatoes
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4 5 6
flowers eggs olive oil
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7 8 9
matches chocolate bread
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biscuits orange juice yoghurt
14 15
doughnuts toilet paper popcorn
• In BnIISh we use the word can lor drinkS: a can of beer I co/a I
lemonade. We use the word tin for food: a tin of tomatoes I beans I
apricots . In American English the word can IS used for food and drinks.
• We don' t JUst use the word bar chocolate. We also use il with soap.
• In formal situatlOflS, we talk about a bouquet or flOwers, not a bunch.
As she came off the plane, the president was given 8 bouquet
01 flowers.
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6 Phrases 1
Match the words to the pictures. Write the letters a to h in the balloons.
a Don't worry. [ won't.
b Thanks. I'll need it.
c Same to you.
d Sure. What's the problem?
e I'm bored.
Me too.
9 Nor do I.
h
3
I'm afraid I'm using it.
COM you do m"
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Good luck in
your 8 ~ o m .
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4
Don't W'orlc. too nord.
What'. the
mot h,,,.?
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I don"t go out
very "",c/o.
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• The expression Me too and Me neither are shghtly less formal ways of
saying So am I ISo do I and Nor am II Nor do I. They only la)(ist in the
first person singular. We can't, for example, say o r I-hm Ro;tRcr.
['he negallve form Me neither IS less common than the positwe torm
Me roo .
• The expression Same to you is short for The same to you.
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7 Bedroom things
Write the numbers 1 to 12 next to the correct words.
alarm dock
q
bed
blanket
chest of drawers

curtai ns
drawer
duvet
2
mattress
mirror
pillow
sheet
wardrobe
3 4
5 6
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• The word duvet IS French. There are other French words thai have
become part of the English language, for example cafe, restaurant,
garage, bouquet and menu. How many fore.gn WOfds can you think of
that have become part of your language?
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• A word-web is a useful way of recording new words. Choose a subject
that you like and write one word In the middle of a big piece of paper.
Vv'hich words in English or your own language come into your Mad? Use
a dicl ionafy \0 build up your web. Here IS an example of a word-web
based on the word house.
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8 Family life
A Read Heidi's words and write the names of the people 00 the famity
tree.
My name's HeidI. I' m married to Kerlm. We have two
chi ldren, Aisha and Leila. My mum, Wendy, died when I
was a teenager. My dad, Keith, got married to Katrina
fourt een years ago. J've got one sister, Gi na, and one
Andy. Gina's married to Jean-Claude, who's French.
fhey've got a little girl call ed Juli e and a boy of twelve
:alled Michael. My brother Andy was ma rried to a girl called
:aroli ne but Ihey got divorced. Luckily t hey didn't have
my children. Now he's married to a girl called Susanna.
L----.JII I I II I L-I -------,I ,---I ------,I D


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B What do they an say about family lile? Choose the correct word for
each gap.
aunt brother-in-law oousins daughter-in-Law ex-wife
faiRer iA law grandparents husband sister-in-law
son-in-law stepmother uncle wife
Keri lll : My (I) fatne,.-in-/aw Keith is really nice. We're partners in a
computer software company.
Aisllfl: My (2) Gina is really bossy. She always makes me eat
everythi ng on my plate.
Lei/a: My (3) Andy should get divorced again. I don't like
his wife, Susanna.
Heidi: ! like my (4) ___ __ Katrina very much. She's like a real
mother to me.
KeitlJ: My (5) ____ Kerim, is a really reliable person. [ couldn' t
manage the business without him.
Gil/a: I don't get on very well with my (6) ____ Susanna. I get
on much better with Andy's (7) , Ca roline.
/. Clmuie; My (8) Andy is a reall y nice guy but I don't like his
(9) Susanna very much. She complains about everything.
Jlllie; My (10) Aisha and Leila are coming on holiday with us
next summer. We're going to rent a big house in the south of France.
Michael: I'm trying to teach my (11 ) Kei th and Katrina to
speak French. They're really slow!
Susalll/a: My (12) Andy prefers his sisters to me.
Kl'itll: [ get on well with everyone in the family. Well , nea rl y everyone.
I have a problem with my (13) _ _ _ _ Susanna.
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The plural of sister-in-law and brother-in-law IS sisters-in-law and
brothers-In-law
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9 Jobs
Complete the sentences with the correct words from the box.
accountant Elf€hiteel camerawoman carpenter disc jockey
night attendant journalist librarian mechanic plumber
presenter sales rep sound engineer tOlJ( guide traffic warden
Everyone i n my family works reall y hard.
1 At the moment, my father is designing a hospital. He's an
architect
2 My mother is on a plane somewhere above the Atl anti c Ocean.
She's not on a business trip or on holi day. She's a _ ___ _ _
3 My sister Marsha is asleep at the moment but she was playing
records at a radio station all last night. She's a ______ _
4 My brother Dave makes kitchen cupboa rds and dini ng room
tllbles. He's a ______ _
5 My brother Frank is probably putting a ticket on a car. That ticket
means somebody has to pay a fi ne. Frank is a _ _ _ ___ _
6 My other brother, Andrew, is mending somebody's hot wat er
system. He's a _ _____ _
7 My aunt Lu isa counts up other people's mo ney. She tells people
how much tax they need to pay. She's an ___ ___ _
B My uncle Martin is probably putting books back on a shel f. He's a
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9 My cOll si n Luigi is fixing somebody's car. He's a ______ _
10 My cousin Annabel works for a make-up company. She's trying to
sell their products in Frankfurt this week. She's a ______ _
11 My aunt Sue is working with a film crew in Africa. She operates
the camera. She's a ____ __ _
12 My uncle Tim is working with the same film crew. He has to
re<:ord the voices and sounds. He's a _ _ _ ___ _
13 Everyone recognizes my cousi n Lucy when she goes to the
supermarket. She's a TV _ _____ _
14 My cousin Carol is interviewing a politician today. She works for
a newspaper. She's a _ _ _ _ _ _ _
15 I' ve got to ta ke a group of touri sts round London later today. I' m
a _ ___ _
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• The phrase sales rep is short for sales representative. The short form is
mUCh corrrnoner .
• There are several WOlds for a person who leaches: teacher, instroctor
and coach We say a maths I language teacher. a driving instroctor and
a tennis I football coach.
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10 Verbs and nouns 1
A
B
2
3
4
5
6
Match the verbs to Ihe nouns.
Verbs Nouns
1 boil a a hole ld
2 dial b a lV programme
3 dig c a video
4 feed d some water
5 pou, e the coffee
6 record the dog
7 rent 9 the number
8 lear h the plants
9 tidy the room
10 water your jeans
Complete each sentence with the correct verb + noun.
I'm going to make some pasta. First [ need to boil some water.
Be careful or you'll _____ _ _ on the nail in that fence.
Can you _ _____ , please? He's looking hungry.
Can you ? Or would you prefer tea?
1 always forget to and then they suddenly die.
If we're going to plant that tree, we need to ___ ____ first.
7 J' m going out tonight. Can you _ ______ for me? It's on
Channel 4 at eight o'clock.
8 I'm having some friends round tonight. [ must _ _ ____ _
It's in a terrible mess.
9 There's nothing good on TV tonight. Let's _ _____ _
10 We have to call Lisa. My hands are wet. Can you _ _ _ ___ ,
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The verb rent has two meanings:
• to pay money to use somelhing.
I need to rent a car this weekend so I can drive to Wales.
• to lend something In return for money. She rents rooms to students.
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1 1 Let's get technical
Complete the sentences with the correct words from the box.
2
answerphone
Internet
click floppy disk
printer program recharge
e-mail
screen
fa><
Could you print another _ _ of this letter. I want
to keep one and give one to Steve.
My _ _ _ ____ address is ]ucyjoffe@hotshots.co.uk.
3 Tina's got a good computer _ _ _ ____ which teaches you
to type in ten lessons.
4 You can find some really cheap air tickets on the ______ _
5 If you look at a computer all day, your eyes get
ti red.
6 I've got a colour . It's very fast and can print up
to ten pages a minute.
7 Put the in the computer and save your work
on it
8 Move the mouse slowly on the mat and _ ___ ___ on the
left button.
9 This mobil e phone isn't working. I need to _ _____ _ it.
10 J'm going to draw a map and it to Selina. She's
coming here this afternoon and she doesn't know the way.
11 Martin wasn't in so I left a message on his ___ _ _ _ _
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• The words program and programme both eXist In British Engfish. The
fOlTTl program is used lor computers, while the form programme is used
lor TV. tn American English, there is only one form: program .
• The spelling of disk with a k, is only used for computer disks. The word is spell
with a c when H relElfS to music. fOf example compact disc. disc ;ockey.
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12 Around the house
Match the things that go together. Draw tines from each word on the lett to
the correct word 00 the right.
2
3
cup
sallcepan
torch
paint
hammer
needle
hot water bottle
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_ z _ ~ batteries
___ "'-brush
___ saucer
a
b
c
nail
top
thread
lin
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5
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7
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The word brush can be used with anolher noun to show what the brush IS used
for: paint bnJsh, hairbrush, toothbrush, clothes brush, make-up brush.
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13 Verbs : saying
Write the missing verbs in the sentences below. Choose from the following:
1
ag"'"
guess
argue
introduce
-eeeteI& describe
promise pronounce refuse
reply suggest thank
explain
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What shall I buy Linda for her birthday: a CD or a book? I can' t
decide
2 Can you _ _______ the man who stole your bag?
3
4
5
6
7
' How old are you?'
'[' m not telling. You'll have to _ ______ _
Don't _______ _ this to anyone. I don't want anyone
else to know.
How can I ___ _____ you rOf all your kindness?
_____ ___ we go to the Picasso exhibition thi s
morning and have lunch at the art gallery.
I don't understand this chemistry. Ca n you _
to me?
_ _ _ __ it
8 I fe ll sorry for her and when she asked me to help her, [ couldn't
9 [ usually - --- --c-- - with Jim about films and books. We
li ke the same sort of things.
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10 In class we sometimes ________ poli tics and big news
stories.
11 Please ________ you won' t tell anyone else. It's a secret
between us.
12 They often _ _______ about money because he says she
spends too much.
13 They walll an answer to their quest ions. We have to
________ to their leiter this week.
14 When you come to New York, ['I[ ________ you to all
my friends.
15 You don'I ________ the b in the word rllI/lII/).
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There are severa! ways of remembellng the meaning 01 new words. You can
wllte a translatlOfl. draw a picl ure, WI1te an example senlenca USing Ihe
word, wnl e an explanation rn English or your own language. On Ihis page.
you win learn lhe meanings ol l he verbs from the example sentences_ You
may a!so be able 10 WIlle a lronsfatlOfllnlo your own language 01 some of
the verbs.
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14 Money
Complete the sentences with the correct verbs in the Past Simple.
cost count earn find hide lose -ffIake. pay save steal
3
5
This company made a
profit of £25 million last year.
_ ___ up all my
pocket money to buy these.
It only ____ £3,000.
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2
4
6
____ _ £3 mi!lion
from the bank.
_____ t he money
under this tree.
_ _ __ £250,000 last
year.
7 ____ £5 in the
street.
9 ____ £40 for this
haircut.
8 When I ____ it
10
yesterday, there was more.
____ all my
money in Las Vegas.
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In thiS test. ail the WQ(ds you have to write in the gaps are verbs. Try making
a money word-web thai uses verbs. nouns and adjectIVes. You can include
the verbs from this test. Start like this:
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15 Prepositions of
movement
Write the missing prepositions in the sentences below.
2
3
! watched the schoolchildren walking _-'POoC' ",'---_ my house on
their way to school.
a) from @past c) al ong
The two boys ran the road.
a) opposi te b) against c) across
She put the hat her wardrobe.
a) on top of b) over c) through
4 They spent the day walking _ ____ the river bank.
a) across b) ilbove c) al ong
5 The helicopter flew _ _ _ _ _ the town and we saw people in
their gardens.
a) on top of b) along c) over
6 The leopard moved slowly ____ _ the long grass.
a) t hrough b} between c) inside
7 The old man fe ll ___ _ _ bed and hurt hi s arm.
a) away from b) in front of c) out of
8 I heard the police officer say, 'Move away _ _ ___ the car.'
a) of b) from c) out
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9 We drove _____ the castle gates.
a) between bJ in to c) th rough
10 The frog jumped out of the lake _ ____ a stone ncar my
foot.
a) on top of b) above c) onto
11 I waved at her and she walked _____ me slowly smiling.
a) towards b) nea r c) between
12 They were ti red after running _____ the fi eld three ti mes.
a) over b) near c) round
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Drawing pictures is a good way of remembering the meaning of
prepositions. TIle pictures can be Quite Simple. For example:
onto off
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into
'0
out of
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16 In the town
Write the numbers 1 to 12 next to lhe correct word!": .
art gall ery
department store
factory
market
pavement
pedestrian crossi ng
roundabout
sea front
shoppi ng mall
tourist information
town hiltl
underground station
3
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4
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7
9
11
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8
10
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• In London, the underground is often called the tube. People say;
'Where is the nearest tube station?' 'Can we get there by tube?' 'What
lime iii the last lube?'
• In New YOfk, the subway is the eQuwalenl of the London Underground. In
Washingtoo DC, it is called the Metro.
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17
In t he living room
Write the numbers 1 to 16 next to the correct words.
armchair -L
blind
cushion
fireplace
fruit bowl
lamp
music system 2
pai nting
piano
remote control
shelves
sofa
speakers
table mat
TV
video recorder
4 5 6
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16
• Other phrases meaning Ihe same as music system are stereo, stereo
system and sound system .
• The phrase VIdeo recorder IS usually shortened to video: Tum the video
on A video IS also the lim that you watch on a video.
I've got TitanIC on video. I've rented It from our local video shop
Test Your Vocabulary 2 29
18
Choose the word
Choose lhe WOf"d to best complete each sentence.
When you pay for something, you usually get a receipt

a) recipe @ receipt c) bill
2 We had a very time in London last summer.
a) fun b) nice c) funny
3 Wou.ld you this letter to the post office, please?
a) send b) take c) bring
4 The on the west coast of Scot land is really beauti ful.
a) scenery b) nature c) view
5 Elana has a job at a chemist's.
a) half-time b) spare-time c) part-time
6 I saw a very gOOd advertised in t he paper this week.
a) job b) work c) occupation
7 _____ to see the manager, please.
a) will b) want c) would
8 Is t here anything _ ___ _ you'd like me to get you?
a) else b) again c) ot her
9 These shoes don't ___ __ ' They're much too bi g.
a) suit b) pass c) fi t
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10 When we were in Spain last year, we _____ al a fabulous
hotel overl ooking the beach.
al stayed b) stopped c) lived
11 The doctor gave her a _ _ ___ for some medicine.
a) recipe b) statement c) prescription
12 J hale doing Ihe _____ , especially cleaning the windows.
p
a) jobs b) housework c) homework
• Sometimes language learners are confused by two Of three words that
sound similar or have s(ghUy Similar meanings. Or else an Engilsh word is
Similar to a word in their language so they think It means the same thing. If
you know wI1lch words contuse you, you can solve the pmblem by writHl9
example sentences. For example. if receipt, recipe and bill confuse you.
check the meaning 1'1 a dictiooary, then write a sentence USIfIQ each one
• The P In receipt IS Silent. We do not pronounce it
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19 Food and drink
Complete the crossword. Each answer is related to food.
Across
You can make it with lettuce and tomatoes.
6 The meal from a pig-
7 Tomato ____ is popular on spaghetti.
8 U's made from milk and tastes iI bit sour.
9 Pcople oft en eat It at the cinema.
12 floss is pi nk, very sweet and looks li ke cotton wool.
14 They aTC not good for your teeth.
17 They arc small dry fruits. They are someti mes In cereals, chocolate
or on top of ice cream.
18 Hot ___ _ is a good drink for winter nights.
20 They cat and grow a lot of thi s in China, India and Japan.
22 A pirre of beer. II 's often eaten wi th chips.
23 drinks arc drinks that don', have alcohol in them.
2S An ice ____ is icc with a flavour, on a stick.
26 These little pink things are a kind of seafood.
28 The meal from cows.
Down
2 It 's a sweet round cake, covered with suga r, wi t h jam or cream in
the middle.
3 You look at it before you order rood in a restaurant.
4 Vanill a is a very popul ar ___ _ of ice cream.
5
6
It's sweet and Is made by bees.
It's uswilly on t he table with t he salt.
10 Spaghetti and ravioli are types of ___ _
11 An egg dish. It can be made with chees(' or potatoes, for examp]('.
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13 ____ cola doesn't have sugar in it.
15 Mineral water that has gas in it is _ _ _ _
16 They're very small meals.
18 A lot of people have a bowl of II with milk and sugar for breakfast.
19 The meat from young sheep.
21 Mineral water without gas is _ _ _ _
24 ____ oil is made in most Mediterranean countries.
27 Food that isn't cooked Is ___ _
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The word diet IS usually a noun.
She on a special vegetarian diet.
He's on a diet because he wants to lose welgh/.
II can also be used as an adj8Cllve III phrases hke diet co/a /Iemonade.
T e ~ t Your Vocabulary 2 33
20 What 's the matter?
What is each person saying? Write the correct words under each picture.
J've burnt my finger. J've got a bad knee.
My shoulder hurts.
I've got a broken toe.
My elbow hurts.
I've bitten my
tongue.
I've got
stomach ache.
My lips are sore.
1
rile got a bad knee.
2
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3
S
7
p
4
6
8
• The expression I've got a bad .. . means I've got a pain in my ... It can be
used Wl1h most parts of the body. For example I've got a bad back I knee I
fool I leg I eye I throat . We don't use ~ v.ilh head. I've get e &a6 Rea8.
• The word tummy is often used for stomach. It is more informal than
stomach.
Test Your Vocabulary 2 35
21 In the bathroom
Write the numbers 1 to 19 nexllo the correct words.
basin
9 shower
bath soap
bath mal sponge
brush tap
comb toilet
make-up toilet paper
8
perfume toothbrush
3
razor
toothpaste
scales
towel
shampoo
12 -+-:1
11
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I{
"
[J
13
p
... - ... .
/",
"
:..:'
' . ...-.

,
+
"
(
• In a battlroom. we wash O\.lr hands In a basin We do not calli! a basin If
IllS ',n a kitchen: we call II a sink.
• In American English, a l ap Is called a faucet
• The word scales, like scissors, IS always plural me scales are in the
bathroom cupboard NOT 1he sssiee 19 oR Ihe a l ~
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22 Adjectives : people
Complele the sentences below with the correct adjectiveS.
1
bad-tempered
lazy
b<!-headed
loud selfish
bossy calm
se<ious shy
The other students in the group are very
all get on well.
_
studious
friendly and we
2 Gi na shouts instead of talking and always laughs at her own
jokes. She's a very person.
3 He always worked hard at school and uni versity. He's a
_ _ _ _ __ person.
4 I-I e gave me a lift when I missed the bus. He's so kind and
5 He thinks he's the cleverest guy in the world. He is very
6 I'm very in the morni ngs. It's best If you don't
speak to me before ni ne o' clock!
7 My sister Is terribly _ _ _ _ _ _ . She drives everywhere and
rcruses 10 walk.
8 She is quite a _____ _ persoll. She always looks down at
the floor when she spea ks to you.
9 She never shouts and she's never in a hurry. She's always
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10 She's a bil ___ _ __ ' She always tells you how you should
do everything.
11 Why are you so ? You' ve eat en all the ice cream.
TIlere are other people in this family.
12 Why is she always so ______ ? She never laughs or smiles.
Many end Nl-y, -lui, oed and -ious.
How do these adjectives end? Wile the acIteCtJve Jl the correcI box.
beauti ...• bJutHty ...• dark-hair ... , industr ... , naught ..• re/ig ... , sill ... ,
wonder . ..
ending in-y endi ng in -ful ending in -ious ending in -ed
Can you add any more adjeclrves to the boxes?
TeS1 Your Vocabul ary 2 39
2 3 Clothes
Write the numbers 1 to 20 next to the correct words.
bikini
_ 4_ shorts
b"
sli ppers
dressi ng gown sweatshirt
fleece
swimming costume
gloves
swimming trunks
knickers ti gh ts
nightie tracksuit
pyjamas trainers
sandals T-shirt
scarf underpants
1 2 3

<JJ
-' 'G!''
. ,
....
,"
4

5


6
7 8 9

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10
13
16
p
11 12
,

" "'-'"
14 15
m
• •
·0 '
• , 0

.. , ,"
17 18



.' " .
. ', '.
. "
19 20
,t ,
,
-'
"'2
>
• Knickers are worn by women, underpants or pants are worn by men
• In American English, pants means trousers.
• The words knickers, pyjamas, shorts, tighlS. trunks and underpants are
always In the plural. My pyjamas need a wash. NOT ,.,*.) fJYiBfflB9 fleed! II
-wa&I!, These tights are too small. NOT 'R'titHight!i i3 too 3111811.
• In Bntlsh Englisl1lhe spel ling is pyjamas. The American spelling is
pajamas.
• The origlf)al meaning of the word fleece is the woolly coal of a sheep. It
also means a warm top made of synthetiC material. Fleeces. unlike
sweaters, aren't knitted.
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24
Word groups
Complete each group of words on the left with a word from the box. Then
write Ihe name for each group in the grid.
2
3
4
S
6
7
S
9
10
11
12
sha rk, seal, monkey,
whale
wavy, straight, blonde,
raincoat, anorak, fleece,
pigeon, goos(', eagle,
cousin, uncle, aunt,
bee, ant, fly,
beer, water, petrol,
keyboard, flute, gullar,
pound, dollar, yen,
cleaner, writer, engineer,
snake, crocodile, tortoise,
sofa, bookcase, wardrobe,
mm milD
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2
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5 R-+++=-8-'--
6 H-+++=-H-
7
SH-+++,-
9
.. _111 ••
10 FH-"t-
11

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cashier
curly
EUTo
lizard
milk
nephew
pullover
51001
swan
trumpet
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People usually find it easier to learn new words In a set. Try adding three
mOM words to each of the sets on thiS page.
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25 Preposi t ions
Look at the plan of the boat. Then complete the sentences with the missing
prepositions.
..
The Barcelona Deck is ____ Car Deck R.
2 One of the restaurants is _____ the shop and the Sunset Bar.
3 The Seaview Lounge is _ ____ the restaurant.
4 There arc cabins _____ the Copenhagen Deck.
5 The Observation Deck is the Captain's Bridge.
6 You can find out your cabin number the reception
desk.
7 You can h,we a meal _____ one of the restaurlmts.
8 There arc sleps going up ____ _ the Observation Deck.
9 You have to go through the shop jf you go _____ the
Seagull Club the restaurant.
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• A pubhc silting room, for example al a hole!, al an airport or on a boa1. IS
called a lounge.
• A deck means the part of a ooa.l where people can walk or sit outSide.
A bedroom on a boal is called a cabin.
• In a building we talk about floors: My flat is on the third floor. SuI on a
boal, we talk about decks: Our cabin is on the Copenhagen Deck.
TeSl Your Vocabulary 2 43
26 Verbs and nouns 2
A Match the verbs to the I1QUns.
Verbs Nouns
bum a a bank I i
,
2 crash b a message
3 drop c litter
4 fail d some flowers
5 pick e the car
6 repair the kitchen floor
7 mb 9
the Internet
B ",rt h the washing machine
9 sweep your exam
10 take your hand
B Complete each sentence with Ihe correct verb + noun.
Be careful. You're going to burn you,.. hand on the hot fryi ng
pan.
2
A gang in Los Ange les tried to _________ on a Sunday.
They forgot it was closed!
3 Can you ca ll a plumber? [ need someone to
4 Ca n you go into the garden and _ _ _ ______ for the
dinner table tonight?
5
I have to _________ before the guests come. It's really
dirty.
6 There's a new cafe where YOlL can _________ or write
e-mails while you have a coffee.
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7 There's ice on the road. You should slow down or YOll'lI
8 There's rubbish all down the street. Why do some people always
______ 1
9 We're going out. If anyone calls, can you ________
please?
10 You've worked really hard. J' m sure you won't
p
• The word Infernet is often shonened to Net .
I was surfing the Net yesterday and I found a really interesting website
• The word litter is used for rubbish In the street. not In a house.
There's a litter bin al the end of lhe street. BUT We keep our rubbish
bm under the kitchen sink.
Tesl Your Vocabulary 2 45
27 More money
Complete the crossword. Each answer is related to money.
Across
I don' , have enough money for t hai motorbike. I can't ___ iI .
4 American money.
S You carry your money in It.
6 He gave the taxi driver £ 10 and told him to keep the ___ .
8 You can use this plastic thing instead of money when you buy
things. (6, 4)
11 The highest one in Britain is a £50 one.
13 You can gel money from II when the bank is shut. (The cl ue for
14 Down will hel p you!)
15 There arc one hundred pence in one __ _
16 You are _ __ if you don', have a lot of money.
Down
1 If you don', keep your money under your bed, you probably keep
it in a bank
2 This person is the boss of a bank.
3 If you want to send someone money. it's sa fer to send a ___ .
6
7
But you mustn't forget to sign it.
A British SO pence _ __ Is silver and has seven si des.
There arc one hundred of these in a pound.
9 You are ___ if you have a lot of money.
10 There aTC one hundred of these in a dollar.
12 This Is the money of most of the countries of Europe.
14 This is a person's secret number for getting m O l l ~ y hom a
cashpoint.
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• Scotland has Its own notes: £5, £ 10, £:20 and £50. They are produced by
the Bank of Scotland and look sightly different trom the notes produced
by the Bank of England. The Scot\lSh notes are worth the same as the
EngbSh ones and are valid aI over Britain.
• There are two pkJrals for the word penny: pence and pennies. Vv'hen
talklng aboul the price of something, we use the form pence or the short
fOfm p . I paid eiDMy-five pencR for Ihis biro. OR Here's fifty p. Can you
get me some chewing gum?
We use the torm pennies when we are talking about the actual COIOS.
"ve got a lot of COinS in my purse but I haven't got any pennies.
Test Your Vocabulary 2 47
28 Verbs: thinking and
feeling
Write the missing verbs in the sentences below. Choose from the following:
1
believe dislike dream ~ feel forgive hope
imagine mind miss prefer suffer think wonder worry
They said they'd be here at four o'clock and it's four now. I
expect they'll be here any minute.
2 'Where shall we go for lunch?'
3
4
5
6
7
'I don't . You choose.'
Dan' , ____ about me. I' ll be very careful.
He was really sorry about being late so I decided to him.
____ it Isn't going to rain. We' re having a picnic later.
____ who this letter is from. It looks like Hannah's writi ng.
____ In love. It's the most important thing in this world.
8 I haven't seen s', m for fifteen years. I can' t ____ wha t he
looks l i ke now.
9
10
11
12
I rea ll y ____ people who tal k during films.
Which navour ice crea m do you ___ . coffee or chocolate?
After a long swi m, I always really hungry and thirsty.
She died quietly in her sleep. She didn't at all.
13 J'm gOi ng to work in Austra lia but if I ____ my friends and
famil y a lot, I' m coming back.
14 You would look nice with short hair. 00 you ever ____ of
cutt ing it?
15 My dog often makes noises when he's asleep. 00 dogs ____ ,
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• If someooe effers you choices and you are happy With all 01 them. It IS
more poille Ie say I don·( mind lhan / don·( care
• The vert> mind Is used in a lot of other spoken EngnSh phrases, 10(
el!arTlple Would you mind if .. ? Never mind, Mind your own business
48 Te st Your Vocabular y 2
29 Sport
Name the sports in the pictures. Then match each sport to the place where
people do it. Choose from the words in the box.
5
8
circuit
COU<Se
court
-
pitch
pitch
pod
ring
rink
track
tennis court 2
3 4
6
7
o 10
p Other sports thaI are played in a court are: squash, badmInton and volleyball .
Test Your Vocabulary 2 49
30 An imals
Write the numbers 1 to 18 next to the correct words. Then put the words in
the correct group in the table. There are two words lor each group.
,n!
-.L
eagle penguin
butterfly _ __ fo, pigeon
calf kangaroo rhirlOceros
cheetah koala bear sha rk
dee, lamb snail
dolphin ost rich worm
2 3
5 6
8 9
11
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Australian ani mals Afri can animals Birds that can't fly
European animal s Baby farm animals Animal s in the sea
Birds
p
Insects Garden creatures
(not insect s)
ant
One way of praclJSlflg the names of arlImais IS Wit h the Chain Game. One
person says an anrnaJ, for example shari<. Sharif ends In k so the next
pefSOll has to say an arumal starting with k, for example koala bear. The
third person In the chain might say rabbit and the founh might say tiger. A
person IS out when he I she can't think of an anll1'\al starling with the
correct lener.
You can play this game WIth other groups of words, lor ~ verbs,
adjectives, clothes, jObs. countnes.
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31 Music
Complete the crossword. Each answer is related to music.
Across
A CD or cassette with a collection of songs or music by the same
artist.
6 A large group of musicians who play different instruments.
7 In this kind of music the words are spoken not sung.
9 lmagille is John Lennon's most famous __ _
11 It's like a piano but it's electric.
14 Country and _ __ music.
Down
2 A group of musicians who play rock or pop music.
3 Some singers hold it very dose to their mouths.
4 The most important thing for a singer.
S Celine Dian's latest _ _ _ has sold millions of copies .
8 This music has a grcat _ __ ' It makes you want to dance.
9 A CD or cassette with just one or two songs.
10 A rock or pop concert.
12 You hit these musical inst ruments with your hands or with sticks.
13 J heard this song on the radio this morning and now I can' t get
the _ _ _ out of my head.
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Counl ry and Westan musiC IS sometimes called Country mUSIC for short. It
is popular music from the southern and westan Uniled Slates. Dolly Parton
and Garth Brooks are two famous Country and Western singers.
Test Your Vocabulary 2 53
32 Phrases 2
Match the words to the pictures. Write the letters a to j in the balloons.
a Yes, that's ri,!.!ht. How did YOll know?
b Never mma . It doesn't matter.
e No problem. Go ahead.
d That's awlul. I' m 50 sorry.
e Of course I can.
Really? I think he prefers you.
9
Not too bad. thanks.
h What a shame! Why not?
Yes, isn't it Rrea!!
It's really good to see you, too.
1
2
3
4
54 TeSI Your Vocabulary 2
5
7
9
Whot <I
fantastit: doy!
6
8
10
p
The verb mind is used more In spoken than in written English. The
expression Never mind means Don', won)' and is often used Ifl answer to
someone who IS sayng sotTy. See the TIP for Test 28 on page 48.
Test Your Vocabulary 2 55
33 Verbs and nouns 3
A Match the verbs to the nouns.
Verbs Nouns
add a a picture
-4-
2 correct b a saucepan
3 fill c flour and eggs
4 hang d rubber gloves
5 mix e some string
6 practise f the cheque
7 sign
9
the mistakes
B tie h the piano
9 woo, the train
10 miss two and two
B Complete each sentence with the correct verb + noun.
1 He's bad at maths. He can 't even add two and two
2 Let's go now or we'll
3 You should ~ ________ to clean the bath. That
cleaning stuff is bad for your hands.
4 If you want to be in the concert , you have to ~ ______ _
every day.
5 [want to ~ ________ on this wall.
6 Let's _________ round this box to keep it shut.
7 Can you _ _______ in my homework, please?
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8 She wrote the date and the amount of money but she forgot to
9 To make these bi scuits you have to fi rst ~ _______ _
10 Can you _________ with water? I'm goi ng to make
p
pasta.
The word stuff is very common. especially In spoken English. We often use
It when we don', know exactly what something is made of. In 10. above. It
means a cleaning product It can also mean a type of food or drink.
I like thaI stuff you made for supper yesterday.
Test Your Vocabulary 2 57
34 Adject ives: things
Write the missing words under the pictures. Choose from the following:
4
baggy checked cotton grey heavy leather
metal patterned ~ rubber silver spotted
a plastic
rose
jeans
striped
2
5
tight torn woollen
,----
3
cardigan trousers
,
6
,
shirt dressing gown
.:H:-...·.·
7 a B
,
9
,
scarf dress top
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10
11 , ___ _
12
boots belt socks
13 , ___ _
14
buckle earrings
15
,
16 a
rucksack neece
p
• The colour grey is spell gray in American English .
• Rubber txlots are often called wellington boots in British English. They
are an example of things named aft er their inventor. The Duke of
Wellington invented them In the nineteenth century. See the TIp for Test 4
on page 5 lor more examples 01 things named after their InventOfS.
Test Your Vocabulary 2
"
35 Fruit and vegetables
Write the numbers 1 to 14 next to the correct words.
beam
carrol
cucumber
grapes
leeks
lemon
lettuce
mushrooms
pear
peas
pineapple
raspberries
strawberries
watermelon
4
-q-
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2
3
5
6
7
e#.
B 9
,
,
" '
'. . ' ,
,
,
, '
10
p
11 12
13 14
Fruit and vegetables, or food, work well as word groups for playing the
Chain Game. See the Tfp for Test 30 on page 51.
Test Your Vocabulary 2 61
36 Phrasal verbs
Choose the correct particle to complete each sentence. Choose from the
following.
away down forward -iA- in off off on out
out out up up up up
'Do you know your next-door neighbours?'
'No, they only moved in last week.'
2 Can you turn t he TV a li tt le bit, please. I'm trying to
do my homework.
3 Can you turn the vol ume, please. I want 10 hear the
news.
4 He gave playing football last year after breaking his
Jeg.
S How did you work the answer to the malhs problem?
6 J can't see a thing. I'm going to switch _____ another light.
7 I have to clear _ ____ the mess. Can you help me, please?
8 If you make a mistake, jllst cross it ___ __ and write the
correct answer above.
9 She's really happy because she's jllst found _ ____ that she's
expecting a baby.
10 Please switch ___ __ your engine before you fill your car
with pet rol.
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11 She's a liar. She makes _____ stories all the time.
12 Please fill _____ this form and sign it at the bottom.
13 We can't fix this computer mOtlse. You'd better just throw it
14 We're driving her to tile station. Do you want to come and see
h" _____ too?
15 We're really looking _____ to our holi day in Thailand.
p
• A phrasal verb IS a verb and a particle hke up, off or out which has a
different meaning from lhe verb on its own. For example get 0: receive
BUT get back = return.
• Some phrasal verbs have an object. lor example look up. Sometimes we
can put the object between the verb and the part icle. Look up these
words in the dictionary. OR Look these words up in the dictionary.
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37 Fun and leisure 1
Write the numbers 1 to 12 next to the correct words.
art exhibition
barbecue
birthday part y
boat trip
carnival
circus
3
5
, -
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funfair
fi reworks
gO-karting
magic show
musical
rollcrcoasler
2
4
6
7
9
11
p
8
10
12
• The word /np can go with other nouns besides boat. car trip, coach trip,
busmess trip, day tnp. A day tnp IS a pleasure trip thaI IS done If) one day .
• The word show can also go with aihe!' nouns: fashion show. dog show,
flower show. quiz show A qUIz show IS a TV compel lhOfl where people
answer QuestlOllS.
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38 Fun and leisure 2
Complete the crossword. Each answer is related to fun and leisure. Put the
jumbled letters in order to get the answers to each clue.
Ac ross
3 A good way of seei ng Paris is to take a boa t __ down the Seine.
(RI M)
5 In an __ all the words are sung. (PAROE)
7 You can send a card to the person you love on February 14th. It's
_ _ 's Day. (LAVTENJEN)
8 There were thirty bands from all over the world at the music _ _
(LASTI FEV)
11 They spent the day __ in New York. They went lip the Empire
State Buildi ng, then they took a fe rry to the Statue of LI berty.
(NEIGHSITGES)
13 The __ in this competition is a holiday for two in the
Bahamas. (ZEPIR)
14 The best __ at the fu nfal r was the ghost train. (DIRE)
15 I've got a blanket and lOIS of food in this basket. We' re gOlng for a
__ in the park. (NICCIP)
16 She bought a __ ticket for £1 and won £2 milli on. (ROTrELY)
Down
When you tell a good one, people laugh. (KOJE)
2 Children dress up as ghosts and witches on __ . It's on October
31st. (WHOLENALE)
3 J' ll show you a really good card _ _ . Choose a card and ['II tell
you what it is. (CRIKn
4 You go to t he theatre to see one. (YALP)
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6 Their silver wooding __ was last week. They've been married
twenty-five years. (NEVARSAYRIN)
9 She was too scared to go on any of the rides at the theme __
(KPRA)
10 When they got married, they had a huge white __ cake.
(DEWDING)
11 A lot of people like to go to the __ for their summer holidays.
(DAISEES)
12 A __ is something you enjoy doing i n your free time. (BHOYB)
p
People who have been manied for fifty years celebl"al e their go/den weddlflg
CY"lniversary. People who have been married for SIxty years celebrate their
diamond weddlr"lQ an!Wefsary.
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39 Places to live
Write the numbers 1 to 12 next to the correct WOI'"ds.
beach hut
block of flats
caravan
castle
cave
cottage
hotel
hOLlse
houseboat
palace
prison
t ent
3
_ 2_
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2
4
5
7
9
11
p
. ""
· · UW
'· 00 ':
6
8
10
12
A cottage IS always in a VIllage or In the country. A small house In a town IS
not called a collage.
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40 People
Write the correct words from the box under each picture.
bride customer director employer model owner
parent patient p u p ~ reader rider ihief-
policeman and 2 doctor and
thief
A
. ~
3 teacher and 4 writer and
5
_ ____ 'nd
6 shop assistant and
employee
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7
_____ and child
8 photographer and
9 and actor 10 and groom
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J
=,
11 horse and 12 dog and
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• A person studying at school is a pupil A person sl udyll'19 at college or
university IS a student
• We can say a shop assistant or a sales aSSISlant
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41 Phrases 3
3 4
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• The phrase Shut up means Be quiet. il lS QUite rude but not as fUde as
Shut it and Shut your mouth .
• We can also say Bad luck instead or Hard luck
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42 More prepositi ons
Write the missing prepositions in the sentences.
I've known him fo,- twelve years now.
@rar bl since c) in
2 I must be home _ _ ___ 11.30 at the latest.
alan b) by c) after
3 We're really looki ng fonvard ______ seeing you next
weekend.
al for bl at c) to
4 What are you doing _ _____ three and four this afternoon?
al during b) between c) before
5 [ haven', seen John ______ he got ma rried.
al until b) since c) before
6 What time do you usually get up ______ the mornings?
alan bl at c) in
7 I always get up after eleven ______ Sunday mornings.
alan bl at c) in
8 My son's real ly scared _ ____ dogs.
alof bl for c) with
9 There's no point ______ washing your hair just before you
go swimming.
a) of b) with c) in
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10 I'm really bored listening to her stories about
college.
a) from b) in c) with
11 Are you interested going for a boat trip this
weekend?
al from b) in c) by
12 She fill ed a basket
frui t and flowers.
a) by blof c) with
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The best way to remember the meaning of many prepositionS IS with an
example sentence. Wri\lf1g a list of the prepositions with a one-word
translation next 10 each one will not be useful. In each or these sentences
in your language, you might use a different word for In. She's in bed. /'11
see you in the morning. In my opinion ,.. Are you interested in seeing my
photos?
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43 Matns
A Write the numbers 1 to 9 next to the correct words,
circle
cube
parallel lines
pyramid
rectangle
4
7
D
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2
5
8
rigl1t angle
sphere
square
triangle
3
6
9
D
8 Complete each sentence with the correct word from the box.
A quarter A third An eighth divided by equals Hall
minus nought per cent ~ Point times
fifteen _ --lPl1'Ou., __ fifteen: thirty
2 eighty-three _____ twenty-nine = fifty-four
3 ninety-n.ine nine = eleven
4 three thirt een ", thi rty-nine
5 of forty-four is twenty-two.
6 of forty-four is eleven.
7 _____ of twenty-seven is nine.
8 of sixteen is two.
9 Eight plus eight sixteen.
10 Ten of a hundred and fift y is f ifteen.
11 five is the same as one ha lf.
12 Anot her word for zero is ____ _
• The word nought IS not used In American English
• We never say noughr for telephone numbers. Most British people say o.
'My number is 0 two 0 double seven four eight double 0 three one.'
(02077480031)
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4 4 ngs
next to the COfTee bers 1 to 15 Write the num
desk lamp
drill
electric razor
fan
hair drier
heater
iron
light bulb
plug
. g machine SCWU1
switch
tumble drier
Um deaner vacu
I ·ng machine was 11
wire
4
8
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2
3
5
6
7 8 9
10 11 12
13
14 15
p
n or a verb. I g lsanou
Th' wo<d p u 00 'hi' I,mp. , Ioao".
a new plug the vacuum
I have 10 put h table to plug In
I
have to get under t e , Your Vocabulary 2
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45 Verbs : third person
The verbs in the box are very common in the third person. Complete the
sentences with the correct verbs from the box in lhe Present Simple.
2
become belong depend disappear exist fit happen
matter mean seem sound suit -take- taste turn
It _ _ about an hour to get to Natasha 's house by car.
Doesn't time fly? You've been here a month but it
_ _____ mOfC like a week!
3 I don 't believe in ghosts. I'm sure they don't ______ _
4 In this story, the princess kisses the frog and it _____ _
into a prince.
5 II doesn't ____ __ if you can't give me a lift. I' ll phone for
a taxi.
6 That sign _ _ ____ that you can't park here.
7 You look great in green. It's a colour that _______ you
really well.
8 'Whose is this mobile?'
'It _ _ ___ _ to my sister.'
9 TIlis coffee ______ like soap. Who did the washing-up?
10 What ___ ____ if you're late for work? Do you get into
trouble?
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11 'What are you doing next weekend?'
' It ______ on the weather.'
12 What's that noise? It _______ like thunder.
13 When water freezes, it _______ ice.
14 When you put bread out for the birds, it ______ in
minutes. They're always hungry!
15 These shoes don't ___ ___ me. They're much too big.
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In Bnl lsh English the Pasl Si mple 01 fil lS fitted.
Last year, these trousers fi tted me perfectly
In Amencan Engl ish, IllS fit.
Last year, these pants fit me perfect/yo
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46
Verbs : going places
Complete each sentence with a verb from the box in the correct fOlTTl.
1
2
3
4
5
cross escape
race f9a9R. return
fl y
sa'
follow
lake off
huny jog
tour travel
land
turn
When you reach _ __ '-""""'-_ __ the crossroads, turn left. The
college is on the right.
OUT helicopter
_ ______ __ over the sea and r could sec
lots of fishing boats.
Pl ease let's ____ ____ " We're going to be really late for
the meeting.
[ like to work on my new bike because I
save money and get exercise at the same time.
I wenl 10 California in 1998 and I _ _____ __ for a
second visit last December.
6 I' m trying to get fit so I usually put on my t rainers and go
_________ in the evening.
7 The plane _ ________ at Kennedy airport and all the
passengers got out.
8 The two swimmers _ ________ down the pool as fast as
t hey could go.
9 They drove slowly ahead of us in t hei r ca r ,md we
_________ them in our van.
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10 We gOI in the boat and _ ________ across the water to
the island.
11 We had to spend the night at the airport because there was a
terrible storm and our plane couldn' t ___ _____ _
12 When we got to the roundabout, we _________ Iefl.
13 At the party I couldn' I _________ from that boring
man who never slopped talking about his computer.
14 It's very difficult to ____ _____ that road because it's
very busy and there are no Irtlffic lights.
15 We _________ to Glasgow by train and came back on a
coach.
16 I wenl to China last year and _________ the country
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with a group of other students.
The Past Simple of travel is travelleel In British English and traveled in
AmeriCan English.
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47 Brit ish and American
English
How do the Americans say these words? Choose from the words in the box.
~ cookies eraser fall fries gas station
movie theater purse store truck
1 British English: sweets
America n English: candy
3 Briti sh English: c hips
Ameri can English: __ _
5 British English: autumn
Ameri ca n English: _ _ _
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2 British Engl ish: lorry
American English: __ _
4 British English: rubber
Ameri can English: _ _ _
6 British English: biscuits
American English: __ _
7 British English: petrol station 8 British English: cinema
American English: _ _ _ _ Ameri can English: __ _
9 British English: handbag 10 British English: shop
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American English: __ _ American Engli sh: __ _
AmeIican spelling 1$ dfferenl from British n some words.
Wotds thai end ore 51'1 Bntlsh English are spell ·er In Amencan English.
Wotds that end -our If) British EnglISh are spelt -or In Arnerlcan Enghsh.
British spelling American spelling
theatre thealer
"''''''
cenler
""" "'" "",,",
""',,
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48 Kinuta Island
Look at the map and complete the labels with the correct words from the box.
7
15
6
16
3 --'+11
5
10
E
14
11
9
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Cave Coast Farm field Hitls Lake MS\:JAlaiAs
Ocean Path Port Rainforest Rock
Stones Stream VaNey wildlife reserve
Eagle Mountains
2 Wakanukl
3 The Coast
4 corn
5 I<atoomba
6 The nakuku
7 Maraunu
8
9 The South
10 The Pacific
11 The Old Fishing
12 Kinuta
13 Table
14 The Standing
15 Blue Water
16 Snake
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A lot 01 people lind rt easier to leam new wads ., a set On this page you
have learnt a set 01 geography words. can you add any more wads to rt?
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49 Sport
Complete the crossword. Each word is related to sport.
Across
2 You wear it to see when you're swimming underwater.
3 All athletes have to ___ if they wanl to do well.
5 It's used by tennis players.
7 You don', want to do this when you acc motor-racing.
8 In the l<l st minute, Manchester Uni ted scored the winning
9 Tennis players stand on each side of it.
12 Don't keep the ball. You have to _ _ _ it.
15 A football is someone who loves football.
17 Go past someone on a bicycle or in a c.n .
18 This means zero In tennis.
Down
You can ___ the ball or hit it with your head in football.
2 A ga me between two players or teams.
4 You have to run or swim fast in one.
6 The person who trai ns a sports person.
a Swimmers wear them on their eyes during races.
10 There are eleven players in a football __ _
11 Cyclists wear one on their head.
13 To get a point or a goal.
14 Nobody won. It was a __ _
16 Zero in football.
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TI"Ier"Els another test on sports vocabulary on page 49.
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50 Films and
Write the numbers 1 to 12 next to the correct words.
advertisement
cartoon
comedy
documenta ry
horror film
interview
love story
musical
news
science fiction film
thriller
weather forecast
3
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4
5
7
9
11
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6
8
10
12
Probably the most popular TV programmes are soaps. They are stOlies
about the everyday life of a group of people. Most soaps are on TV four or
fi ve times a week and they go on for many years. Is there a special word for
a soap In your language?
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51 Opposites: adject ives
What's the opposite of each word on the left? Choose from the words on
the right.
strong
wea k. attractive
2 generous boring
3 exciting calm
4 simple careless
5 hard-working complicated
6 careful depressed
7 deep 'azy
8 quiet mean
9 happy noisy
10 ugly old-fashioned
11 tidy ordinary
12 unusual sensible
13 modern shallow
14 nervous untidy
15 silly
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• Don', forget the difference between boring and bored, exciting and
excited, mteresting and interested, depressing and depressed. The-ed
words deSCribe the person who has the feehng; the -ing words descrlbe
what gives them that feeHng.
I got bored watching Tv. The programme was boring.
I got depressed I,s/ening to Sandy. Sandy was depressing.
• Students of Er;glish someti mes gel confused about the words sensible
and sensitive. Sensible means clever or practical ; sensitive means easily
hurt or upset.
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Choose the word
Choose the word to best complete each sentence.
2
His parents don't
at night.
@aUow
aJ/ow him to stay out later than 10.30
b) let c) suggest
It was very difficul t to see the road through the _ ___ _ fog.
a) thick b) st rong c) deep
3 That bee just ----c-:- me on t he arm.
a) bit b) stung c) waved
4 I wan', go to the party _ _____ Robert is invited too.
a) unless b) except c) but
5 Please be careful with that glass dish. It's really ____ _
6
a) precious b) popular c) patterned
You can't change ______ coins at the bank. You can only
change notes.
a) strange b) foreign c) di fferent
7 She felt very _ ____ when she didn' t get the job.
a) upset b) shy c) unfriendly
8 The train now ______ at platform 11 is the 14.45 to
Brigh ton.
a) lying b) resti ng c) standing
9 This newspaper says that women drivers have _____ _
accidents t han men.
a) fewer b) better c) lower
10 I love __ ,,--_ _ food wit h lots of pepper in it but it always
makes me thirsty.
a) heated b) spicy c) lively
11 I'm choosing number ten - it's my ______ number.
a) warm b) happy c) lucky
12 The shopping malJ is always of people on Saturday
afternoon.
a) crowded b) full c) busy
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There is anolher tesl like lhis one on page 30.
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53 Compound nouns
Match the correct words from the box with each of the words below. The
clues will help you.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
bin
hall
child clock code drink fiction -tooe- forecast
lenses licence lights park reserve store loy
gown
water
Clues
iunk
food Food that is not very healthy or good for you.
weather It's useful to check it before you have a picnic.
alarm It wa kes you up in the morning.
soft It could be a bear or a tiger on a child's bed.
contact Some people wear them instead of glasses.
driving In Bri tain, you can't get one until you' re
seventeen.
mineral It doesn't come out of your kit chen tap.
town This is the centre of local government.
department It's a la rge .shop with a lot of floors.
theme It's full of rollercoasters and other rides.
nature II's a huge park where anima ls and pla n IS
are safe.
rubbi sh Things you throwaway go in it.
post These numbers or letters show your address.
only He or she doesn't have any brothers or sisters.
traffic Cars stop when they' re red.
soft There isn't any alcohol in it .
dressing You put this on instead of get ting dressed.
science A story that probably has spaceships in it.
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tn the test aboVe, can you lind the compclU'ld ~ n s lhat mean the same as
these Amencan Enghsh ones: driver's license. ZiP code, bathrobe?
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54 Verbs: using your hands
Complete the sentences with a verb from the box in the correct form.
clear
lift
collect cover
point prepare
shoot
deliver
i>'€S6-
louch
fight
pull
Iype
hOld jOin
put shake
wave
1 Press the button on the left to turn it off.
2 'Look,' he Scl id and ____ at the light in the sky.
knock
shave
3 You have to the bott le before you pour out the
medicine.
4 Help me move til is wardrobe. Vou push and J'll ____ _
5 I always use an electric razor to _____ . It's nice and quick.
6 I had to ____ a meal for twenty people last week.
7 When we met agai n, I put my arms around him and ____ _
him tight.
8 I tri ed to _____ the box but it was too heavy.
9 If you _____ the melon in the fridge, il will stay nice and fresh.
10 Our postman the letters before we get up.
11 Please don' t those chai rs. I've just pai nted them and
the paint's sti ll wet.
12 The horse broke li s leg in the race and the vet had to _____ It.
13 The two children didn't get on and _____ all the time.
14 We _____ on the door but there was nobody at home.
15 We stood on the platform and _ ____ goodbye.
16 She lots of pretty shells on the beach last summer.
17 When i t boils, the saucepan. Here's the lid.
18 YOll the tahle and J' iI do the washing-up,
19
20
The carpenter _ ___ the two pi ('{:CS of wood with glue and nails.
How many words can you _____ per minute?
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55
Abstract nouns
Complete the sentences below with abstract nouns. Choose from the following:
accident adventure course crime deScription fact
group height Illness memory opini on peace
permission purpose ,eason religion ",51 result n J ~
sec<el shape silence speed
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wac
I got into tr04lhle because I was late for school today.
2 He had a car ___ because he was driving too fast.
3 The rock is a very st range ___ . It looks like a horse.
4 Can you tell me the ___ of the match? Who won?
5 When two countries fight, there is a ___ between them.
6 Stealing radios and phones from cars is a common __ in this city.
7 What is your _ __ of thi s book? Did you think it was good?
8 'Be quiet everyone. [ need absolute _ _ _ .'
9 The two sides have stopped fighting. But how long will there be
between them?
10 I've got an excellent ___ for names and faces. I never forget them.
11 The _ __ I'm late is that I didn't hear my alarm this morning.
12 I'm not making thiS up. It 's a ___ .
13 How fast were you going'! What _ _ _ were you doing?
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14 'What is the __ 01 the Statue of Liberty?'
' I think ii 's about 100 metres from the ground to the top of the torch'
15 I travell ed around Europe with a _ _ _ of students from all over
the world.
16 We had an exciting _ __ on our last holiday, We went for a
camel ride in the desert.
17 can you give us a ___ of the man who stol e your bag?
18 ' What ___ aTC you?'
' I'm a Buddhisl.'
19 We're tired. We need a ___ .
20 What's the ___ of your visit? Are you here on business or for a
holiday?
21 This is a private road. Have you got _ __ to park in it?
22 The ___ Is no mobile phones in the classroom.
23 She still hasn't got over tha t horrible _ _ _ . She's been in bed for
weeks now
24 It's a _ _ . Please don't tell anyone else.
25 She went on a computer _ __ for t hree weeks and now she
designs websites.
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Many abSl racl nouns end in -ion, -menl, ·ness. -nee. -fty. How do lhese
nouns end? Write two nouns in each box.
govem .... ill .... intellig ... , permiss ... , entertain .... popular. .. , passibil. ...
happi . .• relor ... , sil...
-iOlJ -ment -ness
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56 Adject ives crossword
Complete the crossword. Choose from the adjeCtives in the oox.
final flat fresh general glad grateful honest
main natural pale plain pleased private real
sharp shiny singl e smooth special useful
Across
1 This bread is _ _ ' J've just bought i t .
3 This is the _ _ call for flight AZ23l. Please go immediately to
Gate II.
6 He never tells lies. He's very _ _
8 Let's take a map. it might be __ if we get 10sl.
9 I' m so _ _ they' re gett ing married. They're made for each other.
11 She was really _ _ with her exam results. She got 98%,
13 In summer she's quite brown but in winter she always looks _ _
14 Would YOU like two _ _ beds or one double bed?
16 'didn't understand every word but I got the _ _ idea,
17 I had soup to start wit h and fis h for the __ course,
Down
1 This packet is very _ _ ' It must be a CD or a picture, (The
opposite of round, )
2 Your legs are very _ _ , Have you iust shaved them? (The
opposite of rOllgll,)
4 I don't think tha t Is her __ hai r colour, Last time r saw her,
she had black hair,
5 These roses are __ ' They aren' t plasti c,
7 Use t his knife to cut the meat. It's very __
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9 Thank you so much. I'm very _ _ to you for all your help.
10 I want a _ _ while shirt without any stripes or patterns.
11 Can I speak to you in __ ? I don' t want the others to hear.
12 He doesn't drink ordi nary tea. He only drinks a _ _ kind of
fruit lea.
15 I've cleaned the windows. They' re lovely and _ _ now.
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Thefe a-eWe adjectrves in this crossword thai end n -ai, We can rnaj.;e adveIbs
out of aI of them by adOOg -/y, For example generally, finally, naturally,
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57 Anagrams
An anagram has the same lettefS as another word, but in a different order.
Sort out these anagrams.
1 Change beard into something you can eat.
2 Change asleep into a word used by polite people.
3 Change below into a part of the body.
4 Change cheap into a fruit.
S Change hated into the opposite of life.
6 Change heart into our planet.
7 Change rose into another word for painful.
8 Change thing into the opposite of day.
9 Change danger into a place outside the house.
10 Change grown into the opposite of right.
11 Change lai d into what you do when you make a
phone call .
12 Changed signed into what architects do.
13 Change means into what Lucy and John are examples of.
14 Change horse into the place where the land meets
the sea.
15 Change r ecent into the middle of a town.
rtf)) TRUE TOYS is an anagram of TEST YOUR.
r And BRAVO LUCY A is an anagram of VOCABULARY.
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58 Defi nit ions
Complete each sentence with the correct ending on the right.
1 A rude child is impolite
is angry
2 An antique desk
is wrong
3 A bright student
is short
4 A difficult task
enjoys meeting
5 A cross parent p e o ~ e
6 A keen student is enthusiastic
7 A crazy person is faint
6 An unoccupied house is usually well
9 A dull book is hard
10 An incorrect answer is impoli te
11 A brief message doesn't cost
12 A dim li gh t
anything
13 A warm person
is very hungry
14 A starving child
is one that's near
15 A ti ny thing
your house
16 A free ticket
is very old
17 A healthy person
is mad
16 A poisonous mushroom
is uninteresting
19 A soci able person
is intelligent
20 A local shop
is friendly
is very, very small
is empty
wil l make you sick
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This joke may help you to remember the word poisonous.
Baby snake: Are we poisonous, Mum?
Mot her snake: Yes, we are. Why do you want to know?
Baby snake: Because I've lust bitlGn my tongue.
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59 Too many words
Replace the words in darker type with one word only from the box.
1
accidentally adults
escalators escape
lonely neighbours
century
9'eed\'
correctly couple electrcric
illegal independent joke
population queue return snacks
urgent useless
It cost £2 for children to get into t he exhibition and £5 for
grown-up people. adults
2 The window was broken by accident.
3 Thi s broken knife is of no use.
4 James tra nslated every word without making any mistakes.
5 The two people who live together in the flat next door have
invited us to supper tomorrow.
6 Three prisoners tried to get out of prison at the weekend.
7 Driving a ca r without a driving li cence is aga inst the law.
8 Mexico Ci ty has a very hi gh number of people li vi ng in it.
9 There are a lot of moving staircases in t hai department store.
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10 We stood In a line of people wai ting outside the ci nema.
They sct out al 8.30 and didn't get back until 11.30 at night.
12 Computers are one of the most important inventions of the last
hundred years.
13 She is able 10 look after herself and enjoys travelling on her
own.
14 I'm not hungry. There were Jots of little things to cal at the
party.
15 Have you heard the funny story about the man who bought a
penguin?
16 We've got some very fri endl y people Jiving next door.
17 She is very keen on eati ng and eats too much.
18 He is always on hi s own and doesn' t have any fri ends.
19 This lettler is important and has to get there immediately.
20 This car alarm is made using a computer chip.
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The word for len yea-s is a decade The word for 1, 000 yeas IS a millennium
The wad for tOO ye3fS is ... Sony! II"s l4l 10 you to work that one out!
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60 Same word ,
different meaning
In each pair of sentences below, the missing word is the same but ils meaning
is different. can you 'NOfk out ....mal the missing woros are?
wove
2
3
4
5
6
As the president got out of his car, he gave the
crowd a big wave
A big wave carried t he surfer all the way
back to the beach.
She lives in a ____ _ right in the centre of
Boston.
Please keep these photos _____ " Pack them at
the bottom of your suit case.
I looked for my glasses for twenty minutes before I
found them on my ____ _
She's got a really important job. She's the
_ ___ of a big bank.
In English. a sentence should always begin with a
_ ___ Jener.
Is Welli ngton or Auckland the ____ of New
Zealand?
We travelled from London to Glasgow by
This is Mr Davies, the new athletics _ ___ _
He had blue eyes and hair.
As a child I used to love going to the _ _ ___ ' I
really cn joyed going on all the rides.
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8
9
10
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12
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Our train at 6.30 tomorrow morning.
The lawn was covered with from the
two trees at the bottom of the garden.
The band's fin! si ngle became a number one
____ all over the world.
Be careful! If you your finger with that
hammer, it will really hurt.
Ca n you give me a _____ to the station? I' m
really late for my trai n.
Her office is on the fourteenth floor. Let's take the
He never spends any money. He's so ____ _
What does this word _ ___ ,
Would you like some strawberry _____ on
your toast?
There was a terrible traffic _____ and it took
us an hour to get there.
She shouldn' t wear bright pink. It doesn't
____ her.
He wore a dark grey _ ___ to the wedding.
Lois of silty English tokes are based on pairs 01 wordS which are spelt the
same bul have different meanlflQS. Here are some examples.
Question: 'Nlly is a calendar like a palm tree?
Answer: Because they are bolh full 01 dales
Question: Are your eyes ever checked?
Answer: No. they're always plain blue
A: Have you f'IOticed any change in me?
B: No. why?
A: I've Just swallowed some coins.
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calculator 4
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fail 26
account 27 bath mat 21
corkscrew 1 dislike 28
calf 30
faint 511
accountant 9 batteries 12
correct 33 divided by 43
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across 15 beach hut 39
calm 22
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camerawoman 9
fa ll 47
add 33 beans 35
cost 14 dollar 24
candy 19
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adults 59 become 45
cottage 39 dolphin 30
fantastic 2
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capital 60 cotton 34 doughnut 19
fMm 48
advertisement 50 bed 19
car 26 count 14 down 36
fa ther·ln·law 1:1
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caravan 39 couple 59 dozen 5
fax 11
after 42 before 42
careful 51 course 55 draw 49
feed 10
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careless 51 cousins 8 drawer 7
feel 28
carnival 37
cover 54 dream 28
against 15 belong 45
crash 26 dressing gown 23
fence 3
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carpenter 9
festival 38
carrol 35
credit card 27 drill 44
alarm clock 7 better 52
crime 55 driving licence 53
fewer 52
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field 48
album 31 between 15
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cartoon 50
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cashier 24
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castle 39
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cave 411
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apple tree 3 blanket 7
cushion 17
cereal 19
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architect 9 bllnd 17
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elbow 20 fit 18
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cheetah 30 daughter-in-law 8
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cheque 27 death 57
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empty 58 flowers 26
chocolate 19
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coin 27 diary 4
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hill s 48
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market 16 nought 43
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full 52
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knickers 23
matter 45
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funny 18
hOmework 18
knock 54
mattress 7
occupation 18
pencil ..
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koala bear 30
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pencil sharpener 4
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mechanic 9
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ladder 3
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lake 48
message 26
old-fashioned 51
perfume 21
gas station 47
hot water bottle top 12
lamb 19
metal 34
olive 19
permission 55
gave up 36
hotel 39
lamp 17
microphone 31
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piano 17
general 56
house 39
land 46
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pick 26
generous 51
houseboat 39
lawn 3
mind 28
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picnic 38
gig 31
housework 18
lazy 22
mineral water 53
onl y child 53
plcHire 33
glad 56
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pigeon 30
gloves 23
hungry 58
leather 34
mi rror 7
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goal 49
hurry 46
leeks 35
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lemon 35
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go-kaMing 37
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lettuce 35
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librarian 9
modem 51
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lonely 59
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happy 51
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neighbours 59
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heavy 34
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valley 48
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swimming pool 29
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seaside 38
sound 45
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