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On the move

1A G
 rammar: present simple;
present continuous
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1B G
 rammar: present simple for
fixed timetables
3

Mark the correct forms.

1 Peter is from England. He lives / is living in London.


2 Sandra has / is having breakfast now.
3 S ally and Jim play / are playing chess at the
moment.
4 I usually read / Im usually reading books in my
free time.
5 W
 e never go / Were never going to school at
weekends.
6 What do you do / are you doing right now?
7 My parents dont work / arent working on
Sundays.
8 Now, Ben doesnt ride / isnt riding a bike. He is at
home.

Read the TV programme and complete the


dialogue with the words form the box.

15:00 15:15 World News

15:10 15:35 Sports Magazine

15:35 16:10 Travel Show

does

start

ends (x2)

doesnt

starts

A: What time does the Travel Show 1 


B: It 

at 15:35.

the Sports Magazine start at 15:35?

A: 3 

B: No, it doesnt. It 4 

at 15:35.

A: What time 5 

the World News start?

B: It starts at 15:00 and 6 

at 15:15.

1B G
 rammar: present continuous for
future arrangements
Complete the dialogue with the correct
Present Continuous forms of the verbs in
brackets. When the verb in brackets is missing,
make a short answer.

A: My cousin from Spain 1 


tomorrow! (arrive)

1C G
 rammar: going to for future
plans
4

Look at the table. Complete the sentences


with is / isnt or are / arent. Use the symbols
ashints.
go
do water
play
join achess
camping sports volleyball
club

B: Oh, thats great! 


(he/travel) byplane?
2

A: Yes, 3 
B: 4 
A: Yes, 5 
parents.
B: So, what 6 
tomorrow? (you/do)
A: 7 
8


Patrick
Susan

.
(you/go) to the airport?
. Together with my
the day after
(we/go) to the cinema.
(you/come) with us?

B: No, 9 
. I have to stay at
home and study for my English test.

1 P atrick and Susan 


camping.

going to go

2 Patrick 

going to do water sports.

3 Susan 
she 

going to do water sports but


going to play volleyball.

4 Patrick 

going to play volleyball.

5 P atrick and Susan 


achess club.

going to join

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Technology and you

2A Grammar: future predictions with will / wont


1

Complete the dialogue with the correct Future Simple forms of the verbs in brackets. Use short
forms where it is possible.

A: What 1 

(you/be) in ten years time?

B: I 2 

(become) a pilot.

A: Really? I think the world 

(not need) pilots in the future.

B: I dont agree with you. Im sure that planes 4 

(not be able) to fly without pilots.

A: Maybe youre right. We 

(see).

B: So, what job 6 

(you/have)?

A: Maybe I 
tofind a good job as a doctor.

(study) medicine. Im sure that it 8 

(be) easy

2B Grammar: first conditional


Complete the sentences with the correct words from the box.
will (2x)

wont

youll

shell

be

able

unplug

1 If we do our homework, our parents 


2 Watch out! If you arent careful, 
3 What will happen if I 
4 If you put on warm clothes, you 
5 

take us to the cinema.


fall!
the computer?
be cold.

you help me if I have a problem?

6 If Claudia goes to Italy, 


7 If Edwin gets a good job, his parents will 
8 If you wait for me, well be 

eat a lot of pizza.


happy.
to go to school together.

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People and achievements

3A Grammar: past simple


1

Complete the dialogue with the correct words from the box.
ago

did (2x)

didnt

start

A: Lizzy, when 1 

started
you start learning English?

B: I 2 

learning English when I was four years old.

A:  

you have English lessons in the kindergarten?

B: No, I 4 
When did you 5 

. My mother speaks English. What about you?


learning English?

A: Two years 6 

3A Grammar: used to
2

Complete the sentences with used to or didnt use to.

1 When I was small, I 

watch TV a lot. Now I like reading books.

2 Pauls big brother 

study hard. Now he cant find a good job.

3 My grandfather 

have a dog when he was young, but now he has a cat.

4 Lisa 

play with dolls when she was a child. She liked playing with toy animals.

5 When Ben was seven, he 


6 W
 e
Ocean.

to go to school by bus. Now he goes to school by bike.


spend our holidays by the sea, but this year we decided to go to the Indian

3A Grammar: could
Complete the mini dialogues. Make questions with could and a verb from the box.
One verb in each box does not fit. Complete the short answers, too.
speak

write

make

A: Chris, 1 

(you) English when you were six?

B: No, 

. And you?

A: Yes, 3 

. I grew up in England.

(you) in English, too?

B: 
4

A: No, of course, 5 
run

swim

. I was too small.


ride

A: Mum, 6 
B: Yes, 
7

A: 8 

(Linda) a bike when she was small?


.
(she), too?

B: No, Betty. Dont you know that your cousin is afraid of water?

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People and achievements

3B Grammar: past continuous


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Complete the dialogue with the correct Past Continuous forms of the verbs in brackets.
When the verb in brackets is missing, make a short answer.

A: Hey Alex! 1 

(you/watch) the football match yesterday evening?

B: Yes, of course, 2 

! And you?

A: No, 

B: Why not? What 4 


A: I 

(you/do)?
(study) for my math test.

B: Oh, thats a pity! Both teams 6 

(play) really well!

A: I know. My brother and his friends 


(watch) the match and they
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(have) a good time. I could hear them, because they

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(sit) in the living room next to my room. Its a pity I couldnt join them.

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3B Grammar: past continuous with when and while


5

Mark the correct words.

1 While / When John was doing his homework, he heard a strange noise.
2 Mary was taking a shower while / when her phone rang.
3 While we were walking around the park, it started / was starting to rain.
4 Mum cooked / was cooking dinner when dad came back from work.
5 While Kelly did / was doing the shopping, she met Brenda.
6 Jeff was climbing a tree when he fell / was falling down and broke his leg.

3C Grammar: indefinite pronouns


6

Choose the correct answer: a, b or c.

1 Hey, listen to me! I want to tell you 


.
a) somewhere b) someone
c) something
2 Oh no! 
a) Anyone

broke our car window!


b) Someone
c) Everyone

3 Hello! Is 
a) anyone

at home?
b) someone

4 There is 
a) nothing

interesting on TV tonight.
b) anything
c) nowhere

5 Have you seen my bag? I cant find it 


a) somewhere b) anywhere
c) nowhere
6 Bill is sad because 
a) nothing
b) nowhere

came to his party.


c) no one

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c) no one

The great outdoors

4A Grammar: present perfect simple with ever and never


1

Complete the dialogue with the correct words from the box.
ever

never

have

havent

A: Mandy, have you 1 

been

seen

saw

been to the zoo?

B: Yes, I 2 

. And you?

A: No, I 

but tomorrow Im going there with my parents.

B: Animals are great! Have you ever 4 


A: Yes, I 
5

B: No, Ive 7 

an elephant?

one in a circus last summer. Have you ever 6 

to the circus?

been to the circus because I think it isnt good for the animals.

4B Grammar: defining relative pronouns: who, that, where


2

Complete the dialogue with who, that or where.

A: Do you know Mark Boyle? Hes a man 1 

lived without money for two years.

B: Wow! Where is he from?


A: He was born in Ireland 2 

he used to have a normal life.

B: So why did he decide to live without money?


A: One day he watched a movie 3 

changed his life. This movie was Gandhi.

B: What is it about?
A: Its about Mahatma Gandhi 4 

was a famous Indian philosopher and politician.

B: What did Mark do after watching the movie?


A: He discovered that money is something 5 
makes a lot of problems. So he moved to a farm
6
he lived in a caravan and worked for free.


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B: This sounds really interesting! I think I will read more about him.

Entertainment

5A Grammar: present perfect simple with just, already and yet


1

Mark the correct word.

A: Hey Vanessa, have you heard the latest Adele song 1 already / yet?
B: Yes, I 2 has / have. Its great!
A: I agree! I have 3 already / yet bought her new album.
B: Really? Youre fast! It has 4 just / yet come out.
A: You know, Im a huge Adele fan, just like my sister Jessica.
B: Have you read Adeles biography?
A: I 5 has / have but Jessica 6 hasnt / havent. Lets buy it for her birthday!
B: Well, Ive 7 already / yet found a nice present for her, but we can buy the book, too.
A: Ok! I cant wait for her birthday party! I havent been to a real party 8 just / yet.

5B Grammar: present perfect with for / since


2

Complete the sentences with the correct Present Perfect forms of the verbs in brackets and mark
for or since.

1 I 

(live) in this city since / for I was a child.

2 Robs father 

(work) as a car mechanic since / for many years.

3 Melanie 

(want) to become a singer since / for she was ten.

4 We 

(be) away on holiday since / for last week.

5 Sharon and Jack 

(not be) to the cinema since / for a long time.

6 Mark 

(not see) his cousins since / for ages.

7 A: How long 

(you/have) this bicycle? Is it new?

B: No, it isnt. I 

(have) it since / for more than one year.

5C Grammar: Verb + -ing


3

Complete the sentences with the correct words from the box.
prefer

enjoy

1 I 
2 Michelle 
3 Simon doesnt like 

loves

dont

cant

6 Do you 
7 I love 
8 My sister 

hanging

dancing a lot! Thats why I joined a dancing course last year.


cooking. She wants to become a chef.
to the theatre.

4 I often help my mum with the housework. I 


5 My brother 

going

mind doing household jobs.

stand listening to rock music. Hes a huge hip hop fan.


watching TV or going to the cinema?
out with my friends.
doing sports. She prefers lying on the couch and reading books.

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hates

Rules and advice

6A Grammar: have to
1

Complete the dialogue with the correct words/phrases from the box.
do (2x)

until

have to (2x)

dont have to

has to

A: The party is really great, George, but I 1 

go now.

B: Oh, thats a pity! Cant you stay a bit longer? 2 


A: Yes, I 

. I have to be home 

B: Well, I think Daniel 5 

by

you really have to go home?


nine oclock.

go now, too, so you can go together.

A: Good idea! Then I 

go alone.

B: Do you 7 

get up early tomorrow?

A: No, I dont have to get up 8 

ten oclock, but my parents dont want me to be home late.

6A Grammar: be allowed to
2

Look at the table and complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb to be. Use the
symbols as hints.
stay out late

watch TV after ten


oclock

play computer
games all day

come home after


eight oclock

Gary

Clara

1 Gary and Clara 

allowed to come home after eight oclock.

2 Gary 

allowed to stay out late.

3 Clara 

allowed to stay out late but she 

4 Gary 

allowed to watch TV after ten oclock.

5 Gary and Clara 

allowed to watch TV after ten oclock.

allowed to play computer games all day.

6B Grammar: should / shouldnt


Complete the mini dialogues with should or shouldnt.

1 A: I am tired.
B: You 

go to bed.

2 A: My eyes hurt.
B: You 

watch that much TV.

3 A: What 
B: You 

I do if I see an accident?
call the ambulance.

4 A: What 
B: He 
5 A: 
B: No, we 

he do if he wants to be healthy?
eat fast food every day.
we move a person who had a bad fall?
.

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More or less

7A Grammar: comparative and


superlative of adverbs
1

Complete the table.


adverb

comparative

1 fast

faster

2 hard
3

later

4 well

better

5 badly

worse

6 far
7
8 slowly

Choose the correct answer: a, b or c.

superlative
the hardest

2 There are 
a) much

the latest

the quickest
the slowest

7B Grammar: comparatives: (not)


asas, lessthan; superlative: the
least
2

1 I think tea with 


sugar tastes better.
a) a few
b) a little
c) one or two

the furthest
more quickly

7C Grammar: quantifiers

Mark the correct words.

1 G
 ina is 1,55 cm tall and Donna is 1,55 cm tall.
Donna is just as tall than / as Gina.
2 I prefer chocolate ice cream to vanilla ice cream.
Vanilla ice cream is just / not as tasty as chocolate
ice cream.

different animals in the zoo.


b) a little
c) a lot of

3 Hurry up! We havent got 


a) much
b) many
4 I didnt buy 
two.
a) much

time.
c) a little

souvenirs in Spain, just one or


b) many

5 Y
 ou can take this pen. I have 
my pencil case.
a) a few
b) a little

c) a few
other pens in
c) enough

6 G
 reg hasnt got 
money to buy a new mobile
phone.
a) enough
b) a little
c) a few
7 Ive seen 
a) a little

shooting stars in my life.


b) much
c) one or two

8 A
 nns stomach hurts. I think she has eaten 
sweets.
a) too much b) too many
c) enough

3 Water is less expensive than / as milk.


4 B
 ob likes playing tennis more than playing squash.
He thinks squash is less / least exciting.
5 J essica wants to work in a library because she
believes that its the / than least stressful job in the
world.
6 Phillip is just / as good at mathematics as Patrick.

8 I thinkPablo Picassos paintings are as impressive /


less impressive as Salvador Dalis paintings.

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7 O
 n the safari trip we saw tigers, lions, elephants and
zebras. The zebras are the less / least dangerous of
them.

Our World

8A Grammar: present simple passive: be + past participle


1

Complete the sentences with is / are or isnt / arent and the correct past participle form of the verb
in brackets.

1 Our rubbish 

(collect) once a week.

2 Paper cups 

(recycle).

3 Fruit and vegetables 

(compost).

4 Plastic 

(not compost).

5 Sometimes the waste 

(not sort) correctly.

6 Dirty clothes 

(wash) in a washing machine.

7 Bicycles 

(not repair) in a car repair shop.

8 Pots and pans 

(use) for cooking.

9 Butter 

(make) from milk.

8B Grammar: past simple passive: be + past participle


Complete the sentences with the correct words/phrases from the box.
was

were

wasnt

werent

1 The light bulb 

taken

interviewed

who

invented by Thomas Edison.

2 Jill and Sasha were disappointed because they 


3 The film stars 

invited to Kims party.

asked many questions by their fans.

4 David had an accident and was 


5 Harry Potter was written 

to hospital.
JK Rowling.

6 Martin was lucky. He was driving too fast but he 


7 The singer was 
8 

by

stopped by the police.

by the journalist.
was this delicious cake made by?

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