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What is the right word for the writer of drama? Choose the correct answer: Complete the question: Where ________ Bill born? Complete the sentence: This time next ear ______________________________! Complete the sentence: "e is constantl _______________________ about the weather ! #emar$able means: The word art galler indicates a place where: %inish the sentence: & must _______________ who did this! Complete the sentence! 'ou loo$ worried! What(s on our______? "e has his own net page which is: Crash helmet is something ou put: Complete the sentence: & wish & _________ )nglish fluentl * but & don(t! Complete the sentence to express intention: "e went to +erman ________________ to learn the language! Complete the sentence critici,ing our friend for ha-ing forgotten a friend(s birthda : 'ou _________________________ his birthda ! .e/t time yo(0re in a %(bli1 %la1e" take a look aro(n$ yo(" an$ 1o(nt ow many %eo%le are (sing t eir % ones. I 1an tell yo( now t at it is %robably more t an al!" w et er yo(0re on %(bli1 trans%ort" in a 1a!2 or sim%ly walking $own t e street. I0m not saying t at I am not an e/am%le o! t is" b(t it always ama3es me ow %eo%le 1an s%en$ so m(1 time on t eir % ones wit o(t a1t(ally talking to anyone in %arti1(lar. Wit t e 1onstant (%gra$e o! te1 nology we 1an now $o %ra1ti1ally anyt ing on a de-ice w i1 1an !it in t e %alm o! o(r an$s. 4(t as it gone too !ar? Do we s%en$ too m(1 time on o(r mobiles an$ not eno(g time tal$ing to people .in real life(? 'or e/am%le" I re1ently -isite$ 5on$on an$ tra-elle$ on t e t(be w ile I was t ere. 6%art !rom t e %eo%le aslee%" almost e-erybo$y else was on t eir % ones" an$ be1a(se o! t e nat(re o! t e t(be" it is

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Was I'll be...? Talking / worrying... Wort y o! attention" striking Works o! art are $is%laye$ an$ sol$ 'in$ o(t *in$

+ea$ ,%oke In or$er to , o(l$n't a-e 4e1a(se it is $i!!i1(lt to get a signal/ 1onne1tion

$i!!i1(lt not to see e/a1tly w at t ey are all $oing. 7! 1o(rse" being (n$ergro(n$ it is $i!!i1(lt to get any signal" w i1 r(les o(t te/ting or (sing t e internet" b(t t ere is still %lenty yo( 1an (se yo(r % ones !or. 8eo%le were %laying games" rea$ing arti1les an$ listening to m(si1" an$ I am s(re t at as soon as t ey emerge$ !rom t e train station t ey wo(l$ start te/ting or 1alling or 1 e1king t eir emails. T ere is a 1onstant 1onne1tion to e-eryone in t e worl$" as long as yo( a-e a mobile % one in yo(r an$. 116 . Wh cannot people use texting or the &nternet when the are underground? 9oo$bye s(mmer: *o-e o-er !loaty kimonos an$ s eer 1ar$igans an$ say ello to t is season's o!!erings o! sn(ggly yet stylis winter 1oats. Winter 1oats a-e always been one o! t e seasons big style in-estments" an$ t is year0s as been no e/1e%tion. T ey a-e ma$e a 1omeba1k on t e 1atwalk in a -ariety o! $i!!erent styles ; !rom ma/i lengt to rain ma1s" wooly" leat er an$ water%roo!. T ere's %lenty o! %astel an$ <(st a int o! tartan" b(t w at style will yo( be wearing? 7-ersi3e$ 1oats stormed t e 1atwalks t is season in a -ariety o! hues an$ %atterns. =-eryone !rom t e ig ;en$ s(1 as *i1 ael >ors an$ *(lberry to t e ig street were sen$ing t ese 1o1oon like 1reations $own t e 1atwalk. T ese 1oats are $e!ine$ by t eir loose" bo/y" mas1(line str(1t(re? owe-er $on't let t e mas1(linity o! t ese 1oats %(t yo( o!!: 4y (sing a belt at t e waist t ey 1an also be !eminine an$ %retty" t (s making t em a tr(ly -ersatile %ie1e: What does the word hues in the text mean? 9oo$bye s(mmer: *o-e o-er !loaty kimonos an$ s eer 1ar$igans an$ say ello to t is season's o!!erings o! sn(ggly yet stylis winter 1oats. Winter 1oats a-e always been one o! t e seasons big style in-estments" an$ t is year0s as been no e/1e%tion. T ey a-e ma$e a 1omeba1k on t e 1atwalk in a -ariety o! $i!!erent styles ; !rom ma/i lengt to rain ma1s" wooly" leat er an$ water%roo!. T ere's %lenty o! %astel an$ <(st a int o! tartan" b(t w at style will yo( be wearing? 7-ersi3e$ 1oats stormed t e 1atwalks t is season in a -ariety o! hues an$ %atterns. =-eryone !rom t e ig ;en$ s(1 as *i1 ael >ors an$ *(lberry to t e ig street were sen$ing t ese 1o1oon like 1reations $own t e 1atwalk. T ese 1oats are $e!ine$ by t eir loose" bo/y" mas1(line str(1t(re? owe-er $on't let t e mas1(linity o! t ese 1oats %(t yo( o!!: 4y (sing a belt at t e waist t ey 1an also be !eminine an$ %retty" t (s making t em a tr(ly -ersatile %ie1e: "ow can the masculinit of the o-ersi,ed coats be changed? 9oo$bye s(mmer: *o-e o-er !loaty kimonos an$ s eer 1ar$igans an$ say ello to t is season's o!!erings o! sn(ggly yet stylis winter 1oats. Winter 1oats a-e always been one o! t e seasons big style in-estments" an$ t is year0s as been no e/1e%tion. T ey a-e ma$e a 1omeba1k on t e 1atwalk in a -ariety o! $i!!erent styles ; !rom ma/i lengt to rain ma1s" wooly" leat er an$ water%roo!. T ere's %lenty o! %astel an$ <(st a int o! tartan" b(t w at style will yo( be wearing? 7-ersi3e$ 1oats stormed t e 1atwalks t is season in a -ariety o! hues an$ %atterns. =-eryone !rom t e @olo(r

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T e mas1(linity o! t e o-ersi3e$ 1oats 1an be 1 ange$ by (sing a belt at t e waist

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T ey are loose bo/y an$ mas1(line 1o1oon like 1reations

ig ;en$ s(1 as *i1 ael >ors an$ *(lberry to t e ig street were sen$ing t ese 1o1oon like 1reations $own t e 1atwalk. T ese 1oats are $e!ine$ by t eir loose" bo/y" mas1(line str(1t(re? owe-er $on't let t e mas1(linity o! t ese 1oats %(t yo( o!!: 4y (sing a belt at t e waist t ey 1an also be !eminine an$ %retty" t (s making t em a tr(ly -ersatile %ie1e: 11) . 120 . 121 . 122 . 123 . 124 . 125 . What $ind of coats are o-ersi,ed coats? Complete the sentence: & want ou to meet the people ________ & wor$ with! Complete the sentence: Can ou see the man dressed in a suit ___________________ in the corner? Complete the sentence: The music is too loud! /lease ______________________! Complete the sentence to express contradicting situation: ___________________ feeling ill* she went to school! What is the right response? The radiator isn(t wor$ing! What is the right response? 0 computer crashed! 9oo$bye s(mmer: *o-e o-er !loaty kimonos an$ s eer 1ar$igans an$ say ello to t is season's o!!erings o! sn(ggly yet stylis winter 1oats. Winter 1oats a-e always been one o! t e seasons big style in-estments" an$ t is year0s as been no e/1e%tion. T ey a-e ma$e a 1omeba1k on t e 1atwalk in a -ariety o! $i!!erent styles ; !rom ma/i lengt to rain ma1s" wooly" leat er an$ water%roo!. T ere's %lenty o! %astel an$ <(st a int o! tartan" b(t w at style will yo( be wearing? 7-ersi3e$ 1oats stormed t e 1atwalks t is season in a -ariety o! hues an$ %atterns. =-eryone !rom t e ig ;en$ s(1 as *i1 ael >ors an$ *(lberry to t e ig street were sen$ing t ese 1o1oon like 1reations $own t e 1atwalk. T ese 1oats are $e!ine$ by t eir loose" bo/y" mas1(line str(1t(re? owe-er $on't let t e mas1(linity o! t ese 1oats %(t yo( o!!: 4y (sing a belt at t e waist t ey 1an also be !eminine an$ %retty" t (s making t em a tr(ly -ersatile %ie1e: What $ind of coats are the tal$ing about in the text? .e/t time yo(0re in a %(bli1 %la1e" take a look aro(n$ yo(" an$ 1o(nt ow many %eo%le are (sing t eir % ones. I 1an tell yo( now t at it is %robably more t an al!" w et er yo(0re on %(bli1 trans%ort" in a 1a!2 or sim%ly walking $own t e street. I0m not saying t at I am not an e/am%le o! t is" b(t it always ama3es me ow %eo%le 1an s%en$ so m(1 time on t eir % ones wit o(t a1t(ally talking to anyone in %arti1(lar. Wit t e 1onstant (%gra$e o! te1 nology we 1an now $o %ra1ti1ally anyt ing on a de-ice w i1 1an !it in t e %alm o! o(r an$s. 4(t as it gone too !ar? Do we s%en$ too m(1 time on o(r mobiles an$ not eno(g time tal$ing to people T at / nisto ,tan$ing" sitting T(rn it $own/ o!! Des%ite 7 ... AB / I'm terribly sorry sorry to ear t at / 7-ersi3e$ 1oats

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T ay are (s(ally on t eir % one" like 8laying games" rea$ing arti1les" listening to m(si1

.in real life(? 'or e/am%le" I re1ently -isite$ 5on$on an$ tra-elle$ on t e t(be w ile I was t ere. 6%art !rom t e %eo%le aslee%" almost e-erybo$y else was on t eir % ones" an$ be1a(se o! t e nat(re o! t e t(be" it is $i!!i1(lt not to see e/a1tly w at t ey are all $oing. 7! 1o(rse" being (n$ergro(n$ it is $i!!i1(lt to get any signal" w i1 r(les o(t te/ting or (sing t e internet" b(t t ere is still %lenty yo( 1an (se yo(r % ones !or. 8eo%le were %laying games" rea$ing arti1les an$ listening to m(si1" an$ I am s(re t at as soon as t ey emerge$ !rom t e train station t ey wo(l$ start te/ting or 1alling or 1 e1king t eir emails. T ere is a 1onstant 1onne1tion to e-eryone in t e worl$" as long as yo( a-e a mobile % one in yo(r an$. 12# . 12& . 12) . What do people usuall do when the are underground? What do ou sa when somebod sa s: Would ou li$e to 1oin us? The word shower curtain is an ob1ect used in: 9oo$bye s(mmer: *o-e o-er !loaty kimonos an$ s eer 1ar$igans an$ say ello to t is season's o!!erings o! sn(ggly yet stylis winter 1oats. Winter 1oats a-e always been one o! t e seasons big style in-estments" an$ t is year0s as been no e/1e%tion. T ey a-e ma$e a 1omeba1k on t e 1atwalk in a -ariety o! $i!!erent styles ; !rom ma/i lengt to rain ma1s" wooly" leat er an$ water%roo!. T ere's %lenty o! %astel an$ <(st a int o! tartan" b(t w at style will yo( be wearing? 7-ersi3e$ 1oats stormed t e 1atwalks t is season in a -ariety o! hues an$ %atterns. =-eryone !rom t e ig ;en$ s(1 as *i1 ael >ors an$ *(lberry to t e ig street were sen$ing t ese 1o1oon like 1reations $own t e 1atwalk. T ese 1oats are $e!ine$ by t eir loose" bo/y" mas1(line str(1t(re? owe-er $on't let t e mas1(linity o! t ese 1oats %(t yo( o!!: 4y (sing a belt at t e waist t ey 1an also be !eminine an$ %retty" t (s making t em a tr(ly -ersatile %ie1e: What is this text about? ,eries 11 o! ,tri1tly @ome Dan1ing is in its se-ent week. ,tri1tly is a 44@ Tele-ision %rogramme w i1 is broa$1ast e-ery year be!ore @ ristmas. It in-ol-es 1elebrities %artnering %ro!essional $an1ers w o tea1 t em a $an1e e-ery week. T e s ow is li-e e-ery ,at(r$ay e-ening an$ t e 1elebrities an$ t eir %artners $an1e in !ront o! !o(r <($ges" a li-e a($ien1e as well as t e %(bli1 at ome. T e <($ges" 5en 9oo$man" @raig De-el +orwoo$" Dar1y 4(ssel an$ 4r(no Tonioli gi-e !ee$ba1k an$ t en s1ore t e 1elebrities0 $an1es o(t o! !orty. T e s ow is %resente$ by Tess Daly an$ ,ir 4r(1e 'orsyt . T e %(bli1 also -ote !or t eir !a-o(rite $an1ers by % one an$ on ,(n$ay e-ening" a Des(lts , ow is s own w ere two 1o(%les $an1e again an$ t e <($ges -ote o!! t e worst $an1er o! t e two. What do the 1udges -ote for in the #esults 2how? ,(re / I'$ lo-e to / ,orry I 1an't BI'm 4(syC 4at room / , ower room 'as ion

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T ay -ote o!! t e worst $an1er o! t e two

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When ou can(t sleep* two things can be guaranteed to upset ou! The first is being told to calm down! 3nd the second is telling ourself that if ou don(t go to sleep at once* ou are going to feel dreadful in the morning! But at 4 a!m! what are the options? +et up and wal$ around* sa the experts! #ead a boo$* listen to music* drin$ some mil$! 5nl when ou are sleep should ou go bac$ to bed* and if ou still can(t drop off* then get up again* as man times as ou need to! 3nd if this l ing awa$e is getting to be a habit* then decide the next da on a plan of action! The most common ad-ice is to get into a routine! +oing to bed and getting up at the same time help the bod establish a pattern 6bodies li$e patterns7* and $eeping a record of our routine and noting down what it is that wa$es ou up and when* might help further! Winding down and preparing for bedtime are also strongl ad-ised* 2tic$ to calming acti-ities such as warm baths* and a-oid -igorous exercise* exciting boo$s* tense films and heated arguments! &f ou li$e a dar$ room* ma$e sure it is dar$! +et the temperature right and the bed comfortable and switch off our phone! What is the most common ad-ice?

To get into a ro(tine

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=-ery year be!ore @ ristmas ,eries 11 o! ,tri1tly @ome Dan1ing is in its se-ent week. ,tri1tly is a 44@ Tele-ision %rogramme w i1 is broa$1ast e-ery year be!ore @ ristmas. It in-ol-es 1elebrities %artnering %ro!essional $an1ers w o tea1 t em a $an1e e-ery week. T e s ow is li-e e-ery ,at(r$ay e-ening an$ t e 1elebrities an$ t eir %artners $an1e in !ront o! !o(r <($ges" a li-e a($ien1e as well as t e %(bli1 at ome. T e <($ges" 5en 9oo$man" @raig De-el +orwoo$" Dar1y 4(ssel an$ 4r(no Tonioli gi-e !ee$ba1k an$ t en s1ore t e 1elebrities0 $an1es o(t o! !orty. T e s ow is %resente$ by Tess Daly an$ ,ir 4r(1e 'orsyt . T e %(bli1 also -ote !or t eir !a-o(rite $an1ers by % one an$ on ,(n$ay e-ening" a Des(lts , ow is s own w ere two 1o(%les $an1e again an$ t e <($ges -ote o!! t e worst $an1er o! t e two. "ow often is the programme broadcast? When ou can(t sleep* two things can be guaranteed to upset ou! The first is being told to calm down! 3nd the second is telling ourself that if ou don(t go to sleep at once* ou are going to feel dreadful in the morning! But at 4 a!m! what are the options? +et up and wal$ around* sa the experts! #ead a boo$* listen to music* drin$ some mil$! 5nl when ou are sleep should ou go bac$ to bed* and if ou still can(t drop off* then get up again* as man times as ou need to! 3nd if this l ing awa$e is getting to be a habit* then decide the next da on a plan of action! The most common ad-ice is to get into a routine! +oing to bed and getting up at the same time help the bod establish a pattern 6bodies li$e patterns7* and $eeping a record of our routine and noting down what it is that wa$es ou up and when* might help further! Winding down and preparing for bedtime are also strongl ad-ised* 2tic$ to calming acti-ities such as warm baths*

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and a-oid -igorous exercise* exciting boo$s* tense films and heated arguments! &f ou li$e a dar$ room* ma$e sure it is dar$! +et the temperature right and the bed comfortable and switch off our phone! 134 . "ow will one feel in the morning if the don(t go to sleep at once? When & was ounger* m father ga-e me some ad-ice: Whene-er ou feel li$e critici,ing or 1udging an one* he said 1ust remember that all the people in this world ha-en(t had the ad-antages that ou(-e had! 2o & don(t usuall critici,e 8 and as a result* people often confide in me and tell me their secrets! When & came bac$ from 9ew 'or$* howe-er* & had heard enough! & wanted no more pri-ate trips into the human heart! & had reached a point where & didn(t care! )xcept about +atsb ! & scorn e-er thing he represented* but there was something glorious about the man himself! "e was so ali-e to the promises of life 8 so open and so romantic! "e had an extraordinar gift for hope* an idealistic readiness such as & ha-e ne-er found in an other person! 3nd which & am not li$el to find e-er again! 'es* +atsb was all right in the end! &t was the rotten societ that fed on him and his dreams that destro ed* for a while* m interest in people(s little 1o s and sorrows! What did +atsb ha-e? 135 . *obile % ones .e/t time yo(0re in a %(bli1 %la1e" take a look aro(n$ yo(" an$ 1o(nt ow many %eo%le are (sing t eir % ones. I 1an tell yo( now t at it is %robably more t an al!" w et er yo(0re on %(bli1 trans%ort" in a 1a!2 or sim%ly walking $own t e street. I0m not saying t at I am not an e/am%le o! t is" b(t it always ama3es me ow %eo%le 1an s%en$ so m(1 time on t eir % ones wit o(t a1t(ally talking to anyone in %arti1(lar. Wit t e 1onstant (%gra$e o! te1 nology we 1an now $o %ra1ti1ally anyt ing on a de-ice w i1 1an !it in t e %alm o! o(r an$s. 4(t as it gone too !ar? Do we s%en$ too m(1 time on o(r mobiles an$ not eno(g time tal$ing to people .in real life(? 'or e/am%le" I re1ently -isite$ 5on$on an$ tra-elle$ on t e t(be w ile I was t ere. 6%art !rom t e %eo%le aslee%" almost e-erybo$y else was on t eir % ones" an$ be1a(se o! t e nat(re o! t e t(be" it is $i!!i1(lt not to see e/a1tly w at t ey are all $oing. 7! 1o(rse" being (n$ergro(n$ it is $i!!i1(lt to get any signal" w i1 r(les o(t te/ting or (sing t e internet" b(t t ere is still %lenty yo( 1an (se yo(r % ones !or. 8eo%le were %laying games" rea$ing arti1les an$ listening to m(si1" an$ I am s(re t at as soon as t ey emerge$ !rom t e train station t ey wo(l$ start te/ting or 1alling or 1 e1king t eir emails. T ere is a 1onstant 1onne1tion to e-eryone in t e worl$" as long as yo( a-e a mobile % one in yo(r an$. The word de-ice in the text refers to: When ou can(t sleep* two things can be guaranteed to upset ou! The first is being told to calm down! 3nd the second is telling ourself that if ou don(t go to sleep at once* ou are going to feel dreadful in the morning! But at 4 a!m! what are the options? +et up and wal$ around* sa the 6n e/traor$inary gi!t !or o%e" an I$ealisti1 rea$iness

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*ake yo( angry /(n a%%y / $isa%%ointe$ / worrie$ / $ist(rb /

experts! #ead a boo$* listen to music* drin$ some mil$! 5nl when ou are sleep should ou go bac$ to bed* and if ou still can(t drop off* then get up again* as man times as ou need to! 3nd if this l ing awa$e is getting to be a habit* then decide the next da on a plan of action! The most common ad-ice is to get into a routine! +oing to bed and getting up at the same time help the bod establish a pattern 6bodies li$e patterns7* and $eeping a record of our routine and noting down what it is that wa$es ou up and when* might help further! Winding down and preparing for bedtime are also strongl ad-ised* 2tic$ to calming acti-ities such as warm baths* and a-oid -igorous exercise* exciting boo$s* tense films and heated arguments! &f ou li$e a dar$ room* ma$e sure it is dar$! +et the temperature right and the bed comfortable and switch off our phone! What does the word upset in the text mean? .e/t time yo(0re in a %(bli1 %la1e" take a look aro(n$ yo(" an$ 1o(nt ow many %eo%le are (sing t eir % ones. I 1an tell yo( now t at it is %robably more t an al!" w et er yo(0re on %(bli1 trans%ort" in a 1a!2 or sim%ly walking $own t e street. I0m not saying t at I am not an e/am%le o! t is" b(t it always ama3es me ow %eo%le 1an s%en$ so m(1 time on t eir % ones wit o(t a1t(ally talking to anyone in %arti1(lar. Wit t e 1onstant (%gra$e o! te1 nology we 1an now $o %ra1ti1ally anyt ing on a de-ice w i1 1an !it in t e %alm o! o(r an$s. 4(t as it gone too !ar? Do we s%en$ too m(1 time on o(r mobiles an$ not eno(g time tal$ing to people .in real life(? 'or e/am%le" I re1ently -isite$ 5on$on an$ tra-elle$ on t e t(be w ile I was t ere. 6%art !rom t e %eo%le aslee%" almost e-erybo$y else was on t eir % ones" an$ be1a(se o! t e nat(re o! t e t(be" it is $i!!i1(lt not to see e/a1tly w at t ey are all $oing. 7! 1o(rse" being (n$ergro(n$ it is $i!!i1(lt to get any signal" w i1 r(les o(t te/ting or (sing t e internet" b(t t ere is still %lenty yo( 1an (se yo(r % ones !or. 8eo%le were %laying games" rea$ing arti1les an$ listening to m(si1" an$ I am s(re t at as soon as t ey emerge$ !rom t e train station t ey wo(l$ start te/ting or 1alling or 1 e1king t eir emails. T ere is a 1onstant 1onne1tion to e-eryone in t e worl$" as long as yo( a-e a mobile % one in yo(r an$. "ow did the author tra-el? Complete the sentence expressing apolog : We are ______________________! What is the right response? "ow(s our friend 3lice? Complete the sentence: 2he couldn(t remember _______________ she lost her $e ! Complete the sentence with the correct words: The sell _________ in the pet shop! Complete the sentence: 5nce &(d told him the truth* & ________________________!

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Terribly sorry , e's !ine" t anks. , e's not -ery well" I'm a!rai$. W ere / w et er / i! 6nimals +e was -ery %lease$ /

. 143 . 144 . 145 . 146 . 14# . 14& . 14) . 150 . 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. #. &. ). 10 . Complete the sentence: 5nce &(d told him the truth* & ________________________! Complete the sentence: "e ______________________ of the office while the manager is awa ! Complete the sentence: This is the film ______________________________! Complete the sentence: What & lo-e about this countr is ______________________________! Complete the question: _______ does this telephone belong ______? Complete the sentence expressing habit: 2he _____________ to the par$ e-er 2aturda ! &n the sentence: 3nna is so childish! 2he(s alwa s ha-ing temper tantrums* the word childish means that: Complete the sentence: The meeting was boring* so he decided to____________! Complete the sentence: 3 man is sitting on a bench* reading a newspaper and ________________ a sandwich! What is the right response? The aren(t in a hurr ! 2o please ______________________! What is the right response? What a fantastic time we had last night: What is the right response? & didn(t pass m dri-ing test! ;ela at the airport means: %inish the sentence: The holida this ear was a brilliant 3frican 2afari! &t was the greatest ____________! Complete the sentence with the correct word: Tim is __________ with soap operas! "e spends hours watching T<! %ill the gap: The_______ of li-ing goes up and up! &t(ll ne-er go down! Complete the sentence with the correct word: The scientists are -er satisfied with the last medicine that shows a significant ___________ in the fight against cancer! Complete the sentence: & was watching T< ____________________!

+e was a bit (%set ;;; Is in 1 arge o! I tol$ yo( abo(t Its .... 1o(ntrysi$e / lakes / mo(ntains W o... to B(s(allyC Walks / goes , e be a-es like a 1 il$ ,ki% / miss / not go / not atten$ eating Take yo(r time / a-e a seat / stay.... It was awesome::: ,orry to ear t at / I'm terribly sorry T e %lanes are not arri-ing / $e%arting as s1 e$(le$ 6$-ent(re / e/%erien1e 7bsesse$ @ost Im%ro-ement / growt / ste% ...........

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Complete the sentence: 3lcohol is allowed onl for those who are _______________________! Complete the sentence: &f & hadn(t seen it with m own e es* & ________________________________! Complete the sentence expressing apolog : & am ______________________! What is the right response? 5h* not again! This computer 1ust ne-er wor$s! What is the right response? & didn(t pass m dri-ing test! Complete the sentence expressing habit: 2he _____________ to the par$ e-er 2aturda ! ,eries 11 o! ,tri1tly @ome Dan1ing is in its se-ent week. ,tri1tly is a 44@ Tele-ision %rogramme w i1 is broa$1ast e-ery year be!ore @ ristmas. It in-ol-es 1elebrities %artnering %ro!essional $an1ers w o tea1 t em a $an1e e-ery week. T e s ow is li-e e-ery ,at(r$ay e-ening an$ t e 1elebrities an$ t eir %artners $an1e in !ront o! !o(r <($ges" a li-e a($ien1e as well as t e %(bli1 at ome. T e <($ges" 5en 9oo$man" @raig De-el +orwoo$" Dar1y 4(ssel an$ 4r(no Tonioli gi-e !ee$ba1k an$ t en s1ore t e 1elebrities0 $an1es o(t o! !orty. T e s ow is %resente$ by Tess Daly an$ ,ir 4r(1e 'orsyt . T e %(bli1 also -ote !or t eir !a-o(rite $an1ers by % one an$ on ,(n$ay e-ening" a Des(lts , ow is s own w ere two 1o(%les $an1e again an$ t e <($ges -ote o!! t e worst $an1er o! t e two. Who ta$es part in the programme? When & was ounger* m father ga-e me some ad-ice: Whene-er ou feel li$e critici,ing or 1udging an one* he said 1ust remember that all the people in this world ha-en(t had the ad-antages that ou(-e had! 2o & don(t usuall critici,e 8 and as a result* people often confide in me and tell me their secrets! When & came bac$ from 9ew 'or$* howe-er* & had heard enough! & wanted no more pri-ate trips into the human heart! & had reached a point where & didn(t care! )xcept about +atsb ! & scorn e-er thing he represented* but there was something glorious about the man himself! "e was so ali-e to the promises of life 8 so open and so romantic! "e had an extraordinar gift for hope* an idealistic readiness such as & ha-e ne-er found in an other person! 3nd which & am not li$el to find e-er again! 'es* +atsb was all right in the end! &t was the rotten societ that fed on him and his dreams that destro ed* for a while* m interest in people(s little 1o s and sorrows! Who lost interest in people(s little sorrows and 1o s? "ow would ou $indl re1ect somebod (s offer: Wh don(t ou come o-er on 2unda ?

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What is the right response? The aren(t in a hurr ! 2o please ______________________! When & came bac$ from 9ew 'or$* howe-er* & had heard enough! & wanted no more pri-ate trips into the human heart! & had reached a point where & didn(t care! )xcept about +atsb ! & scorn e-er thing he represented* but there was something glorious about the man himself! "e was so ali-e to the promises of life 8 so open and so romantic! "e had an extraordinar gift for hope* an idealistic readiness such as & ha-e ne-er found in an other person! 3nd which & am not li$el to find e-er again! 'es* +atsb was all right in the end! &t was the rotten societ that fed on him and his dreams that destro ed* for a while* m interest in people(s little 1o s and sorrows! 3ccording to the text* what do people tell the author? .e/t time yo(0re in a %(bli1 %la1e" take a look aro(n$ yo(" an$ 1o(nt ow many %eo%le are (sing t eir % ones. I 1an tell yo( now t at it is %robably more t an al!" w et er yo(0re on %(bli1 trans%ort" in a 1a!2 or sim%ly walking $own t e street. I0m not saying t at I am not an e/am%le o! t is" b(t it always ama3es me ow %eo%le 1an s%en$ so m(1 time on t eir % ones wit o(t a1t(ally talking to anyone in %arti1(lar. Wit t e 1onstant (%gra$e o! te1 nology we 1an now $o %ra1ti1ally anyt ing on a de-ice w i1 1an !it in t e %alm o! o(r an$s. 4(t as it gone too !ar? Do we s%en$ too m(1 time on o(r mobiles an$ not eno(g time tal$ing to people .in real life(? 'or e/am%le" I re1ently -isite$ 5on$on an$ tra-elle$ on t e t(be w ile I was t ere. 6%art !rom t e %eo%le aslee%" almost e-erybo$y else was on t eir % ones" an$ be1a(se o! t e nat(re o! t e t(be" it is $i!!i1(lt not to see e/a1tly w at t ey are all $oing. 7! 1o(rse" being (n$ergro(n$ it is $i!!i1(lt to get any signal" w i1 r(les o(t te/ting or (sing t e internet" b(t t ere is still %lenty yo( 1an (se yo(r % ones !or. 8eo%le were %laying games" rea$ing arti1les an$ listening to m(si1" an$ I am s(re t at as soon as t ey emerge$ !rom t e train station t ey wo(l$ start te/ting or 1alling or 1 e1king t eir emails. T ere is a 1onstant 1onne1tion to e-eryone in t e worl$" as long as yo( a-e a mobile % one in yo(r an$. 3ccording to the text* where are people using mobile phones? ,eries 11 o! ,tri1tly @ome Dan1ing is in its se-ent week. ,tri1tly is a 44@ Tele-ision %rogramme w i1 is broa$1ast e-ery year be!ore @ ristmas. It in-ol-es 1elebrities %artnering %ro!essional $an1ers w o tea1 t em a $an1e e-ery week. T e s ow is li-e e-ery ,at(r$ay e-ening an$ t e 1elebrities an$ t eir %artners $an1e in !ront o! !o(r <($ges" a li-e a($ien1e as well as t e %(bli1 at ome. T e <($ges" 5en 9oo$man" @raig De-el +orwoo$" Dar1y 4(ssel an$ 4r(no Tonioli gi-e !ee$ba1k an$ t en s1ore t e 1elebrities0 $an1es o(t o! !orty. T e s ow is %resente$ by Tess Daly an$ ,ir 4r(1e 'orsyt . T e %(bli1 also -ote !or t eir !a-o(rite $an1ers by % one an$ on ,(n$ay e-ening" a Des(lts , ow is s own w ere two 1o(%les $an1e again an$ t e <($ges -ote o!! t e worst $an1er o! t e two. What is 2trictl Come ;ancing?

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When & was ounger* m father ga-e me some ad-ice: Whene-er ou feel li$e critici,ing or 1udging an one* he said 1ust remember that all the people in this world ha-en(t had the ad-antages that ou(-e had! 2o & don(t usuall critici,e 8 and as a result* people often confide in me and tell me their secrets! When & came bac$ from 9ew 'or$* howe-er* & had heard enough! & wanted no more pri-ate trips into the human heart! & had reached a point where & didn(t care! )xcept about +atsb ! & scorn e-er thing he represented* but there was something glorious about the man himself! "e was so ali-e to the promises of life 8 so open and so romantic! "e had an extraordinar gift for hope* an idealistic readiness such as & ha-e ne-er found in an other person! 3nd which & am not li$el to find e-er again! 'es* +atsb was all right in the end! &t was the rotten societ that fed on him and his dreams that destro ed* for a while* m interest in people(s little 1o s and sorrows! The word confide in the text means: .e/t time yo(0re in a %(bli1 %la1e" take a look aro(n$ yo(" an$ 1o(nt ow many %eo%le are (sing t eir % ones. I 1an tell yo( now t at it is %robably more t an al!" w et er yo(0re on %(bli1 trans%ort" in a 1a!2 or sim%ly walking $own t e street. I0m not saying t at I am not an e/am%le o! t is" b(t it always ama3es me ow %eo%le 1an s%en$ so m(1 time on t eir % ones wit o(t a1t(ally talking to anyone in %arti1(lar. Wit t e 1onstant (%gra$e o! te1 nology we 1an now $o %ra1ti1ally anyt ing on a de-ice w i1 1an !it in t e %alm o! o(r an$s. 4(t as it gone too !ar? Do we s%en$ too m(1 time on o(r mobiles an$ not eno(g time tal$ing to people .in real life(? 'or e/am%le" I re1ently -isite$ 5on$on an$ tra-elle$ on t e t(be w ile I was t ere. 6%art !rom t e %eo%le aslee%" almost e-erybo$y else was on t eir % ones" an$ be1a(se o! t e nat(re o! t e t(be" it is $i!!i1(lt not to see e/a1tly w at t ey are all $oing. 7! 1o(rse" being (n$ergro(n$ it is $i!!i1(lt to get any signal" w i1 r(les o(t te/ting or (sing t e internet" b(t t ere is still %lenty yo( 1an (se yo(r % ones !or. 8eo%le were %laying games" rea$ing arti1les an$ listening to m(si1" an$ I am s(re t at as soon as t ey emerge$ !rom t e train station t ey wo(l$ start te/ting or 1alling or 1 e1king t eir emails. T ere is a 1onstant 1onne1tion to e-eryone in t e worl$" as long as yo( a-e a mobile % one in yo(r an$. "ow man people are using mobile phones in a public place? Which sentence shows a comparison of an ad-erb? 0 colleague is alwa s lea-ing the office door unloc$ed! &t means that the action: Complete the sentence: 2ue arri-ed on time* ______________________________! Complete the sentence: B the time & am fift & ___________________ enough mone to retire!

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Complete the sentence: 2ue(s mother as$ed her how she ___________________ her 1eans! Complete the sentence expressing habit: 2he _____________ to the par$ e-er 2aturda ! Complete the sentence critici,ing our friend for ha-ing forgotten a friend(s birthda : 'ou _________________________ his birthda ! %inish the sentence: =ulie is not a -er _____________ person! 2he wore high>heeled shoes for our fi-e>mile wal$! What is the right word for a famous person? Complete this sentence! Can ou gi-e me a ___________ of bread* please? "e pla ed so long that he bro$e two strings on: What would ou sa to this statement? & am desperate for a drin$! What is the right response? "ow(s our mother? What is the right response? & am fed up with the buses in this cit ! The ne-er lea-e ______________! What is the right response? What a fantastic time we had last night: Complete the sentence expressing apolog : & am ______________________! Complete the sentence: & wish & _________ run faster* but & don(t! Complete the sentence: 'ou are going to stud harder from now on* _____________________? Complete the sentence: &f ou?-e finished our wor$* ________________________! What is the right response? & li$e the latest fashion for spring! Complete the sentence: 3 man in sitting on a bench* reading a newspaper and ________________ a sandwich! What is the right response to express disli$e? & li$e the latest fashion for spring! What is the right response? The radiator isn(t wor$ing! What is the right response? The aren(t in a hurr ! 2o please ______________________!

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What is the right response? The radiator isn(t wor$ing! What is the right response? The radiator isnt working. Complete the sentence: They ____________ arrived home by now. Complete the sentence: o! are going to st!dy harder "rom now on# _____________________? Complete the sentence: $ wish $ _________ %nglish "l!ently# b!t $ dont. To co!nt on somebody means: &inish the sentence: 'e asked me to ____________beca!se nobody co!ld hear me. Choose the correct answer. That was a _______________ dinner. Complete the sentence: (y "riend was homesick# and she ____________ all her "amily and "riends. To get on "ine with somebody means: ) b!tton has _______________ my shirt. Complete the sentence: They went to _______ seaside. &ood(ye summer0 1ove over floaty !imonos and sheer $ardigans and say hello to this season2s offerings of snuggly yet stylish )inter $oats. Winter $oats have al)ays (een one of the seasons (ig style investments3 and this years has (een no ex$e tion. 4hey have made a $ome(a$! on the $at)al! in a variety of different styles 5 from maxi length to rain ma$s3 )ooly3 leather and )ater roof. 4here2s lenty of astel and 6ust a hint of tartan3 (ut )hat style )ill you (e )earing7 8versi9ed $oats stormed the $at)al!s this season in a variety of h!es and atterns. :veryone from the high5end su$h as 1i$hael ;ors and 1ul(erry to the high street )ere sending these $o$oon li!e $reations do)n the $at)al!. 4hese $oats are defined (y their loose3 (oxy3 mas$uline stru$ture< ho)ever don2t let the mas$ulinity of these $oats ut you off0 =y using a (elt at the )aist they $an also (e feminine and retty3 thus ma!ing them a truly versatile ie$e0 What does the word stormed in the te*t mean? Series 11 of Stri$tly Come >an$ing is in its seventh )ee!. Stri$tly is a ==C 4elevision rogramme )hi$h is (road$ast every year (efore Christmas. ?t involves $ele(rities artnering rofessional dan$ers )ho tea$h them a dan$e every )ee!. 4he sho) is live every Saturday evening and the $ele(rities and their artners dan$e in front of four 6udges3 a live audien$e as )ell as the u(li$ at home. 4he 6udges3 @en &oodman3 Craig Aevel +or)ood3 >ar$y =ussel and =runo 4onioli give feed(a$! and then s$ore the $ele(rities dan$es out of forty. 4he sho) is resented (y 4ess >aly and Sir =ru$e -orsyth. 4he u(li$ also vote for their favourite dan$ers (y hone and on Sunday evening3 a Aesults Sho) is sho)n )here t)o $ou les dan$e again and the 6udges vote off the )orst dan$er of the t)o. When is the programme broadcast? Series 11 of Stri$tly Come >an$ing is in its seventh )ee!. Stri$tly is a ==C 4elevision rogramme )hi$h is (road$ast every year (efore Christmas. ?t involves $ele(rities artnering rofessional dan$ers )ho tea$h them a

...................... We should get someone to fix it Should have / must have Arent you Could s ea! / s o!e #ou $an trust him/her S ea! louder/u &reat Couldnt (e )ith +ave a friendly relationshi )ith some(ody -allen off .See/ the -looded

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dan$e every )ee!. 4he sho) is live every Saturday evening and the $ele(rities and their artners dan$e in front of four 6udges3 a live audien$e as )ell as the u(li$ at home. 4he 6udges3 @en &oodman3 Craig Aevel +or)ood3 >ar$y =ussel and =runo 4onioli give feed(a$! and then s$ore the $ele(rities dan$es out of forty. 4he sho) is resented (y 4ess >aly and Sir =ru$e -orsyth. 4he u(li$ also vote for their favourite dan$ers (y hone and on Sunday evening3 a Aesults Sho) is sho)n )here t)o $ou les dan$e again and the 6udges vote off the )orst dan$er of the t)o. Who also votes "or their "avorite dancers? When yo! cant sleep# two things can be g!aranteed to !pset yo!. The "irst is being told to calm down. )nd the second is telling yo!rsel" that i" yo! dont go to sleep at once# yo! are going to "eel dread"!l in the morning. +!t at , a.m. what are the options? -et !p and walk aro!nd# say the e*perts. .ead a book# listen to m!sic# drink some milk. /nly when yo! are sleepy sho!ld yo! go back to bed# and i" yo! still cant drop o""# then get !p again# as many times as yo! need to. )nd i" this lying awake is getting to be a habit# then decide the ne*t day on a plan o" action. The most common advice is to get into a ro!tine. -oing to bed and getting !p at the same time help the body establish a pattern 0bodies like patterns1# and keeping a record o" yo!r ro!tine and noting down what it is that wakes yo! !p and when# might help "!rther. Winding down and preparing "or bedtime are also strongly advised# 2tick to calming activities s!ch as warm baths# and avoid vigoro!s e*ercise# e*citing books# tense "ilms and heated arg!ments. $" yo! like a dark room# make s!re it is dark. -et the temperat!re right and the bed com"ortable and switch o"" yo!r phone. %5 . %% . %' . %* . %, . '0 . '1 . '2 . '3 . '" . '5 . )ccording to the te*t# what are the calming activities? What is the right response? What a "antastic time we had last night3 Which o" the "ollowing verbs is a phrasal verb? Complete the sentence: /!r ho!se ______________ in the 45th cent!ry. Complete the sentence: $ was watching T6 ____________________. Which is the correct negative "orm o" the sentence? We had to wear a !ni"orm at school. Complete the sentence to e*press contradicting sit!ation: ___________________ "eeling ill# she went to school. Complete the sentence to e*press intention: 'e went to -ermany ________________ to learn the lang!age. Contaminated means: &inish the sentence: Their relationship didnt last. They____________. Complete the sentence with the correct option: (om told !s to "asten o!r ______________ when we were leaving "or $taly. Complete the sentence with the correct word. /prah show is very pop!lar T6 _______ program beca!se ?t )as a)esome 4low (%" break (%" break inG Was (uilt =efore ? )ent to (ed We dont have to )ear uniform at s$hool >es ite in order to To make im%(re or (n1lean by 1onta1t or mi/t(re =ro!e u Seat5(elts Sho)/ tal! sho)

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people reveal secrets abo!t their personal lives. What wo!ld yo! say to this statement? $ am desperate "or a drink. Complete the sentence: The boy ________ moved in ne*t door is "rom another co!ntry. Complete the sentence: This time ne*t week ______________________________. What is the right response? /h# not again. This comp!ter 7!st never works. Complete the sentence e*pressing habit: They _____________ stay !p all night when they had no 7ob. Complete the response: o! m!st _________________________ "or yo!r actions. Bext time youre in a u(li$ la$e3 ta!e a loo! around you3 and $ount ho) many eo le are using their hones. ? $an tell you no) that it is ro(a(ly more than half3 )hether youre on u(li$ trans ort3 in a $afC or sim ly )al!ing do)n the street. ?m not saying that ? am not an exam le of this3 (ut it al)ays ama9es me ho) eo le $an s end so mu$h time on their hones )ithout a$tually tal!ing to anyone in arti$ular. With the $onstant u grade of te$hnology )e $an no) do ra$ti$ally anything on a device )hi$h $an fit in the alm of our hands. =ut has it gone too far7 >o )e s end too mu$h time on our mo(iles and not enough time talking to people 8in real li"e7 -or exam le3 ? re$ently visited @ondon and travelled on the tu(e )hile ? )as there. A art from the eo le aslee 3 almost every(ody else )as on their hones3 and (e$ause of the nature of the tu(e3 it is diffi$ult not to see exa$tly )hat they are all doing. 8f $ourse3 (eing underground it is diffi$ult to get any signal3 )hi$h rules out texting or using the internet3 (ut there is still lenty you $an use your hones for. Deo le )ere laying games3 reading arti$les and listening to musi$3 and ? am sure that as soon as they emerged from the train station they )ould start texting or $alling or $he$!ing their emails. 4here is a $onstant $onne$tion to everyone in the )orld3 as long as you have a mo(ile hone in your hand. What does talking to people in real li"e mean? When yo! cant sleep# two things can be g!aranteed to !pset yo!. The "irst is being told to calm down. )nd the second is telling yo!rsel" that i" yo! dont go to sleep at once# yo! are going to "eel dread"!l in the morning. +!t at , a.m. what are the options? -et !p and walk aro!nd# say the e*perts. .ead a book# listen to m!sic# drink some milk. /nly when yo! are sleepy sho!ld yo! go back to bed# and i" yo! still cant drop o""# then get !p again# as many times as yo! need to. )nd i" this lying awake is getting to be a habit# then decide the ne*t day on a plan o" action. The most common advice is to get into a ro!tine. -oing to bed and getting !p at the same time help the body establish a pattern 0bodies like patterns1# and keeping a record o" yo!r ro!tine and noting down what it is that wakes yo! !p and when# might help "!rther. Winding down and preparing "or bedtime are also strongly advised# 2tick to calming activities s!ch as warm baths# and avoid vigoro!s e*ercise# e*citing books# tense "ilms and heated arg!ments. $" yo! like a dark room# make s!re it is dark. -et the temperat!re right and the bed com"ortable and switch o"" yo!r phone.

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)ccording to the te*t# when yo! cant sleep# e*perts recommend: When yo! cant sleep# two things can be g!aranteed to !pset yo!. The "irst is being told to calm down. )nd the second is telling yo!rsel" that i" yo! dont go to sleep at once# yo! are going to "eel dread"!l in the morning. +!t at , a.m. what are the options? -et !p and walk aro!nd# say the e*perts. .ead a book# listen to m!sic# drink some milk. /nly when yo! are sleepy sho!ld yo! go back to bed# and i" yo! still cant drop o""# then get !p again# as many times as yo! need to. )nd i" this lying awake is getting to be a habit# then decide the ne*t day on a plan o" action. The most common advice is to get into a ro!tine. -oing to bed and getting !p at the same time help the body establish a pattern 0bodies like patterns1# and keeping a record o" yo!r ro!tine and noting down what it is that wakes yo! !p and when# might help "!rther. Winding down and preparing "or bedtime are also strongly advised# 2tick to calming activities s!ch as warm baths# and avoid vigoro!s e*ercise# e*citing books# tense "ilms and heated arg!ments. $" yo! like a dark room# make s!re it is dark. -et the temperat!re right and the bed com"ortable and switch o"" yo!r phone.

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When sho!ld one decide on a plan o" action? When $ was yo!nger# my "ather gave me some advice: Whenever yo! "eel like critici9ing or 7!dging anyone# he said 7!st remember that all the people in this world havent had the advantages that yo!ve had. 2o $ dont !s!ally critici9e : and as a res!lt# people o"ten con"ide in me and tell me their secrets. When $ came back "rom ;ew ork# however# $ had heard eno!gh. $ wanted no more private trips into the h!man heart. $ had reached a point where $ didnt care. %*cept abo!t -atsby. $ scorn everything he represented# b!t there was something glorio!s abo!t the man himsel". 'e was so alive to the promises o" li"e : so open and so romantic. 'e had an e*traordinary gi"t "or hope# an idealistic readiness s!ch as $ have never "o!nd in any other person. )nd which $ am not likely to "ind ever again. es# -atsby was all right in the end. $t was the rotten society that "ed on him and his dreams that destroyed# "or a while# my interest in peoples little 7oys and sorrows. )ccording to the te*t# all the people in this world __________________. When $ was yo!nger# my "ather gave me some advice: Whenever yo! "eel like critici9ing or 7!dging anyone# he said 7!st remember that all the people in this world havent had the advantages that yo!ve had. 2o $ dont !s!ally critici9e : and as a res!lt# people o"ten con"ide in me and tell me their secrets. When $ came back "rom ;ew ork# however# $ had heard eno!gh. $ wanted no more private trips into the h!man heart. $ had reached a point where $ didnt care. %*cept abo!t -atsby. $ scorn everything he represented# b!t there was something glorio!s abo!t the man himsel". 'e was so alive to the promises o" li"e : so open and so romantic. 'e had an e*traordinary gi"t "or hope# an idealistic readiness s!ch as $ have never "o!nd in any other person. )nd which $ am not likely to

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"ind ever again. es# -atsby was all right in the end. $t was the rotten society that "ed on him and his dreams that destroyed# "or a while# my interest in peoples little 7oys and sorrows. )ccording to the te*t# the a!thor !s!ally _____________. Series 11 of Stri$tly Come >an$ing is in its seventh )ee!. Stri$tly is a ==C 4elevision rogramme )hi$h is (road$ast every year (efore Christmas. ?t involves $ele(rities artnering rofessional dan$ers )ho tea$h them a dan$e every )ee!. 4he sho) is live every Saturday evening and the $ele(rities and their artners dan$e in front of four 6udges3 a live audien$e as )ell as the u(li$ at home. 4he 6udges3 @en &oodman3 Craig Aevel +or)ood3 >ar$y =ussel and =runo 4onioli give feed(a$! and then s$ore the $ele(rities dan$es out of forty. 4he sho) is resented (y 4ess >aly and Sir =ru$e -orsyth. 4he u(li$ also vote for their favourite dan$ers (y hone and on Sunday evening3 a Aesults Sho) is sho)n )here t)o $ou les dan$e again and the 6udges vote off the )orst dan$er of the t)o. 'ow did the p!blic vote? Bext time youre in a u(li$ la$e3 ta!e a loo! around you3 and $ount ho) many eo le are using their hones. ? $an tell you no) that it is ro(a(ly more than half3 )hether youre on u(li$ trans ort3 in a $afC or sim ly )al!ing do)n the street. ?m not saying that ? am not an exam le of this3 (ut it al)ays ama9es me ho) eo le $an s end so mu$h time on their hones )ithout a$tually tal!ing to anyone in arti$ular. With the $onstant u grade of te$hnology )e $an no) do ra$ti$ally anything on a device )hi$h $an fit in the alm of our hands. =ut has it gone too far7 >o )e s end too mu$h time on our mo(iles and not enough time talking to people 8in real li"e7 -or exam le3 ? re$ently visited @ondon and travelled on the tu(e )hile ? )as there. A art from the eo le aslee 3 almost every(ody else )as on their hones3 and (e$ause of the nature of the tu(e3 it is diffi$ult not to see exa$tly )hat they are all doing. 8f $ourse3 (eing underground it is diffi$ult to get any signal3 )hi$h rules out texting or using the internet3 (ut there is still lenty you $an use your hones for. Deo le )ere laying games3 reading arti$les and listening to musi$3 and ? am sure that as soon as they emerged from the train station they )ould start texting or $alling or $he$!ing their emails. 4here is a $onstant $onne$tion to everyone in the )orld3 as long as you have a mo(ile hone in your hand. What did the a!thor visit? Bext time youre in a u(li$ la$e3 ta!e a loo! around you3 and $ount ho) many eo le are using their hones. ? $an tell you no) that it is ro(a(ly more than half3 )hether youre on u(li$ trans ort3 in a $afC or sim ly )al!ing do)n the street. ?m not saying that ? am not an exam le of this3 (ut it al)ays ama9es me ho) eo le $an s end so mu$h time on their hones )ithout a$tually tal!ing to anyone in arti$ular. With the $onstant u grade of te$hnology )e $an no) do ra$ti$ally anything on a device )hi$h $an fit in the alm of our hands. =ut has it gone too far7 >o )e s end

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too mu$h time on our mo(iles and not enough time talking to people 8in real li"e7 -or exam le3 ? re$ently visited @ondon and travelled on the tu(e )hile ? )as there. A art from the eo le aslee 3 almost every(ody else )as on their hones3 and (e$ause of the nature of the tu(e3 it is diffi$ult not to see exa$tly )hat they are all doing. 8f $ourse3 (eing underground it is diffi$ult to get any signal3 )hi$h rules out texting or using the internet3 (ut there is still lenty you $an use your hones for. Deo le )ere laying games3 reading arti$les and listening to musi$3 and ? am sure that as soon as they emerged from the train station they )ould start texting or $alling or $he$!ing their emails. 4here is a $onstant $onne$tion to everyone in the )orld3 as long as you have a mo(ile hone in your hand ,0 . )ccording to the te*t# who can yo! contact when yo! have a mobile phone in yo!r hand? Series 11 of Stri$tly Come >an$ing is in its seventh )ee!. Stri$tly is a ==C 4elevision rogramme )hi$h is (road$ast every year (efore Christmas. ?t involves $ele(rities artnering rofessional dan$ers )ho tea$h them a dan$e every )ee!. 4he sho) is live every Saturday evening and the $ele(rities and their artners dan$e in front of four 6udges3 a live audien$e as )ell as the u(li$ at home. 4he 6udges3 @en &oodman3 Craig Aevel +or)ood3 >ar$y =ussel and =runo 4onioli give feed(a$! and then s$ore the $ele(rities dan$es out of forty. 4he sho) is resented (y 4ess >aly and Sir =ru$e -orsyth. 4he u(li$ also vote for their favourite dan$ers (y hone and on Sunday evening3 a Aesults Sho) is sho)n )here t)o $ou les dan$e again and the 6udges vote off the )orst dan$er of the t)o. 'ow long has it been on? ,1 . &ood(ye summer0 1ove over floaty !imonos and sheer $ardigans and say hello to this season2s offerings of snuggly yet stylish )inter $oats. Winter $oats have al)ays (een one of the seasons (ig style investments3 and this years has (een no ex$e tion. 4hey have made a $ome(a$! on the $at)al! in a variety of different styles 5 from maxi length to rain ma$s3 )ooly3 leather and )ater roof. 4here2s lenty of astel and 6ust a hint of tartan3 (ut )hat style )ill you (e )earing7 8versi9ed $oats stormed the $at)al!s this season in a variety of h!es and atterns. :veryone from the high5end su$h as 1i$hael ;ors and 1ul(erry to the high street )ere sending these $o$oon li!e $reations do)n the $at)al!. 4hese $oats are defined (y their loose3 (oxy3 mas$uline stru$ture< ho)ever don2t let the mas$ulinity of these $oats ut you off0 =y using a (elt at the )aist they $an also (e feminine and retty3 thus ma!ing them a truly versatile ie$e0 What does the word versatile in the te*t mean? Bext time youre in a u(li$ la$e3 ta!e a loo! around you3 and $ount ho) many eo le are using their hones. ? $an tell you no) that it is ro(a(ly more than half3 )hether youre on u(li$ trans ort3 in a $afC or sim ly )al!ing do)n the street. ?m not saying that ? am not an exam le of this3 (ut it al)ays ama9es me ho) eo le $an s end so mu$h time on @ angeable / able to adapt or be adapted to many different functions or activities. Seven )ee!s / 11 years

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their hones )ithout a$tually tal!ing to anyone in arti$ular. With the $onstant u grade of te$hnology )e $an no) do ra$ti$ally anything on a device )hi$h $an fit in the alm of our hands. =ut has it gone too far7 >o )e s end too mu$h time on our mo(iles and not enough time talking to people 8in real li"e7 -or exam le3 ? re$ently visited @ondon and travelled on the tu(e )hile ? )as there. A art from the eo le aslee 3 almost every(ody else )as on their hones3 and (e$ause of the nature of the tu(e3 it is diffi$ult not to see exa$tly )hat they are all doing. 8f $ourse3 (eing underground it is diffi$ult to get any signal3 )hi$h rules out texting or using the internet3 (ut there is still lenty you $an use your hones for. Deo le )ere laying games3 reading arti$les and listening to musi$3 and ? am sure that as soon as they emerged from the train station they )ould start texting or $alling or $he$!ing their emails. 4here is a $onstant $onne$tion to everyone in the )orld3 as long as you have a mo(ile hone in your hand. ,3 . When do people start te*ting and checking their emails? When $ was yo!nger# my "ather gave me some advice: Whenever yo! "eel like critici9ing or 7!dging anyone# he said 7!st remember that all the people in this world havent had the advantages that yo!ve had. 2o $ dont !s!ally critici9e : and as a res!lt# people o"ten con"ide in me and tell me their secrets. When $ came back "rom ;ew ork# however# $ had heard eno!gh. $ wanted no more private trips into the h!man heart. $ had reached a point where $ didnt care. %*cept abo!t -atsby. $ scorn everything he represented# b!t there was something glorio!s abo!t the man himsel". 'e was so alive to the promises o" li"e : so open and so romantic. 'e had an e*traordinary gi"t "or hope# an idealistic readiness s!ch as $ have never "o!nd in any other person. )nd which $ am not likely to "ind ever again. es# -atsby was all right in the end. $t was the rotten society that "ed on him and his dreams that destroyed# "or a while# my interest in peoples little 7oys and sorrows. Who gave advice to the a!thor? Series 11 of Stri$tly Come >an$ing is in its seventh )ee!. Stri$tly is a ==C 4elevision rogramme )hi$h is (road$ast every year (efore Christmas. ?t involves $ele(rities artnering rofessional dan$ers )ho tea$h them a dan$e every )ee!. 4he sho) is live every Saturday evening and the $ele(rities and their artners dan$e in front of four 6udges3 a live audien$e as )ell as the u(li$ at home. 4he 6udges3 @en &oodman3 Craig Aevel +or)ood3 >ar$y =ussel and =runo 4onioli give feed(a$! and then s$ore the $ele(rities dan$es out of forty. 4he sho) is resented (y 4ess >aly and Sir =ru$e -orsyth. 4he u(li$ also vote for their favourite dan$ers (y hone and on Sunday evening3 a Aesults Sho) is sho)n )here t)o $ou les dan$e again and the 6udges vote off the )orst dan$er of the t)o. What do celebrities and their partners do? Series 11 of Stri$tly Come >an$ing is in its seventh )ee!. Stri$tly is a ==C 4elevision rogramme )hi$h is (road$ast every year (efore Christmas. ?t involves $ele(rities artnering rofessional dan$ers )ho tea$h them a +is father

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dan$e every )ee!. 4he sho) is live every Saturday evening and the $ele(rities and their artners dan$e in front of four 6udges3 a live audien$e as )ell as the u(li$ at home. 4he 6udges3 @en &oodman3 Craig Aevel +or)ood3 >ar$y =ussel and =runo 4onioli give feed(a$! and then s$ore the $ele(rities dan$es out of forty. 4he sho) is resented (y 4ess >aly and Sir =ru$e -orsyth. 4he u(li$ also vote for their favourite dan$ers (y hone and on Sunday evening3 a Aesults Sho) is sho)n )here t)o $ou les dan$e again and the 6udges vote off the )orst dan$er of the t)o. When is the .es!lts 2how shown? What does the sign <ickpockets abo!t. Watch o!t3 mean? Complete the sentence: o!ll ___________ work m!ch harder i" yo! want to pass this test. &inish the sentence with the correct word: (y dog listens to all my orders. $ts a very ______________ dog. When yo! cant sleep# two things can be g!aranteed to !pset yo!. The "irst is being told to calm down. )nd the second is telling yo!rsel" that i" yo! dont go to sleep at once# yo! are going to "eel dread"!l in the morning. +!t at , a.m. what are the options? -et !p and walk aro!nd# say the e*perts. .ead a book# listen to m!sic# drink some milk. /nly when yo! are sleepy sho!ld yo! go back to bed# and i" yo! still cant drop o""# then get !p again# as many times as yo! need to. )nd i" this lying awake is getting to be a habit# then decide the ne*t day on a plan o" action. The most common advice is to get into a ro!tine. -oing to bed and getting !p at the same time help the body establish a pattern 0bodies like patterns1# and keeping a record o" yo!r ro!tine and noting down what it is that wakes yo! !p and when# might help "!rther. Winding down and preparing "or bedtime are also strongly advised# 2tick to calming activities s!ch as warm baths# and avoid vigoro!s e*ercise# e*citing books# tense "ilms and heated arg!ments. $" yo! like a dark room# make s!re it is dark. -et the temperat!re right and the bed com"ortable and switch o"" yo!r phone. What does the word !pset in the te*t mean? What is the right response? $ think we sho!ld all grow o!r own "r!it and vegetables.

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