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INGLS 9.

ANO | NVEL 5 | TERCEIRO CICLO DO ENSINO BSICO

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GETTING ON 9
TEACHERS BOOK

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NEW GETTING ON 9

CONTENTS
TEACHER'S BOOK MIXED-ABILITY WORKSHEETS

3 Introduction 2 Introduction
6 Annual plan 4 Mixed-ability worksheets
8 First term plan 40 Answer key
10 Second term plan
12 Third term plan
14 Transparencies Suggested
questions
18 Worksheets
34 Progress tests
62 Answer key Worksheets
65 Answer key Progress tests
69 Answer key Workbook
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81 Scripts
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INTRODUO
O conjunto de materiais didcticos designado New Getting On 9 destina-se aos alunos
do 9. ano, 3. Ciclo do Ensino Bsico, a frequentarem o quinto ano de Ingls, Lngua
Estrangeira I, e integra as seguintes componentes:

Para o aluno Para o professor


Students Book Manual do Professor: inclui o Students Book,
Workbook: inclui Lets Play 3 com informao exclusiva para o Professor
Extensive Reading Workbook: inclui Lets Play 3
Extensive Reading
Teachers Book
CD udio + Guio de Audies
Manual Interactivo

STUDENTS BOOK
Esto disponveis duas verses do New Getting On 9: uma destinada aos alunos e
outra ao professor. A ltima difere da primeira pelo facto de incluir uma banda lateral
onde so sugeridas algumas orientaes metodolgicas e as solues das actividades
propostas, que podero facilitar o trabalho na sala de aula.
O manual foi elaborado de acordo com o Programa de Ingls de Nvel de Continuao
LE I e respeita as orientaes genricas e metodolgicas constantes deste documento. Os
contedos programticos foram organizados em seis unidades, assim designadas:

Get about! Work out your future!


Be in shape! Go high-tech!
Open your eyes! Help the others!

No incio do manual apresenta-se um teste diagnstico que permite, ao professor e


ao aluno, avaliar os saberes adquiridos e definir as competncias a desenvolver.

Todas as unidades integram uma tipologia variada de textos, para que os alunos
possam interagir com realidades lingusticas e culturais diversificadas, bem como
praticar as componentes lingusticas e paralingusticas da lngua em estudo.

No mbito do contedo sociocultural, a seleco dos textos obedeceu a alguns


critrios considerados relevantes, nomeadamente: competncias de interpretao e de
produo textual j desenvolvidas, diferenas de motivaes, interesses e necessidades
de cada turma e diferente grau de complexidade.
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A abordagem do texto concretizada em trs fases: pr-leitura, leitura e ps-leitura.


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Pr-leitura
Esta fase, designada Lead-in, visa motivar e criar uma finalidade de leitura ou
apresentar os itens vocabulares ou lexicais essenciais descodificao da mensagem.

Leitura
A fase de leitura Focus on Reading/Listening contm actividades de compreenso e
interpretao. A tipologia de exerccios proposta obedece a uma gradao de dificuldades:
parte-se de actividades que pretendem verificar apenas a compreenso da mensagem para
outras que j exigem interpretao. Naturalmente que nesta fase no descurado o
aprofundamento lexical, feito atravs de exerccios de sinonmia, antonmia ou de outra
tipologia.

Ps-leitura
Nesta fase sugerem-se vrias actividades que facultam o desenvolvimento das quatro
macrocapacidades: ouvir, falar, ler e escrever. Propem-se, igualmente, formas sociais de
trabalho diversificadas, como o trabalho de pares e de grupo, que contribuem para
desenvolver atitudes de cooperao e responsabilidade e propiciam a interaco em grupo.
Lngua Inglesa
O texto serve tambm como contexto para, de forma natural, desenvolver a componente
programtica Lngua Inglesa, que inclui os aspectos morfossintcticos e fonolgicos da
lngua. Nesta rubrica gramatical Grammar in Action foi, por vezes, utilizada uma
abordagem indutiva, para que o aluno possa deduzir as regras da formao e do uso do
item gramatical em estudo. , tambm, includa uma explicao clara e adequada a este
nvel de aprendizagem, sendo seguida de uma fase de prtica.
Como complemento, quer dos contedos gramaticais, quer dos lexicais, poder-se-
recorrer ao livro de exerccios ou Workbook.
Trabalho de projecto e avaliao/consolidao
No final de cada unidade includa uma fase de consolidao e avaliao dos
contedos apresentados Its Your Turn no sentido de o aluno aprender a
responsabilizar-se pelo seu processo de aprendizagem.
So ainda sugeridos alguns trabalhos de projecto e a comemorao de dias
internacionais, para o aluno aprender a investigar e alargar os seus conhecimentos
culturais.
A concepo do manual assenta num ecletismo metodolgico que proporciona a
implementao de metodologias activas, centradas no aluno. A variedade de materiais
seleccionados permite a utilizao de prticas de ensino diferenciadas, tendo em vista o
respeito pelos diferentes ritmos de aprendizagem dos alunos. Deste modo, ser possvel
motivar os aprendentes para a aprendizagem e conduzi-los ao sucesso.

WORKBOOK
O Workbook inclui uma vasta gama de exerccios que proporcionam a prtica dos
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itens lexicais e gramaticais do manual. Esta componente contm, ainda, actividades


divertidas e motivadoras que visam reforar as aprendizagens Lets Play 3.
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Estas actividades esto organizadas em duas partes. A primeira inclui actividades


de carcter ldico no mbito do contedo sociocultural ou lngua inglesa; podem
ser realizadas individualmente, no necessitando da colaborao de outros
elementos da turma. A segunda apresenta actividades de carcter comunicativo, a
implementar na sala de aula, em trabalho de pares ou de grupo, no sentido de
desenvolver a competncia de comunicao, oral e escrita.

EXTENSIVE READING
Este livro integra dois contos cuja seleco obedeceu a alguns critrios, sendo de
destacar, quer a adequao aos temas, quer competncia lingustica dos alunos
deste nvel de lngua. Naturalmente que o interesse e a motivao para a leitura
no foram descurados.

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O livro do professor est dividido em duas partes. A primeira contm uma
planificao anual e trs planificaes de perodo, que devem ser adaptadas ao
perfil das turmas a leccionar.
Incluem-se, tambm, sugestes de explorao do conjunto de transparncias
que servem de suporte ao manual.
O conjunto de Worksheets, includo de seguida, permite consolidar os
contedos integrados no manual e pode ser usado dentro ou fora da sala de aula.
Sugere-se que, no final de cada unidade, se proceda a um momento de
avaliao escrita, pelo que so apresentados testes que podero funcionar como
um dos possveis instrumentos de avaliao. So igualmente apresentadas as
solues das fichas de trabalho, dos testes de avaliao e do caderno de
actividades, que devero ser consideradas apenas como mera sugesto.
A segunda parte inclui um conjunto de fichas de trabalho, de grau de
dificuldade diferente Mixed-ability Worksheets , que podero ser usadas nas
turmas heterogneas.

CD UDIO
No sentido de favorecer o desenvolvimento da macrocapacidade da audio, os textos
do manual bem como alguns dilogos e algumas actividades so acompanhados de
suporte udio.

ONLINE TRANSPARENCIES
As bases para transparncias, agora disponibilizadas atravs do manual interactivo,
esto relacionadas com alguns dos textos do manual ou com itens gramaticais e podem
ser usadas em diferentes momentos da aula. As imagens constituem sempre um ptimo
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recurso na fase de motivao e introduo dos diversos tpicos a tratar no processo de


ensino/aprendizagem.
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6 ANNUAL PLAN
OBJECTIVES TOPICS LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS GRAMMAR

Students are expected to: Get about! Talking about travelling Past simple
Describing past actions Past simple and continuous
Affective: Describing actions which were in progress Used to + infinitive
at a particular moment in the past Adjective formation
be sensitive to different cultures; Making reservations -ed and ing adjectives
Talking about cinema
participate willingly in classroom Expressing preferences
activities; Expressing past habits/situations
Talking about music festivals
interact with other students;
1st term

show enthusiasm for the tasks; Be in shape! Talking about healthy eating Present perfect tense
Talking about the art of eating slowly Present perfect continuous
enjoy cooperating with others; Describing recent actions Past perfect
Agreeing/Disagreeing Noun + preposition
develop their self-confidence.
Giving opinions Degrees of adjectives
Drawing conclusions
Expressing likes and dislikes
Comparing/Describing/Commenting
Cognitive:
Human Rights Day Talking about human rights
develop their knowledge of the topics
concerned;

demonstrate their understanding of Open your eyes! Giving opinions Reflexive and reciprocal pronouns
different types of text; Justifying/Discussing Reported speech
Advising/ Comparing Reporting questions
develop strategies for reading a text; Agreeing/disagreeing Conditionals: 1st and 2nd conditional
Expressing likes and dislikes
develop their listening skills; Expressing preferences
be aware of intonation/pronunciation
2nd term

patterns;
Work out your Describing jobs Past perfect continuous and simple
personalize the topics of the texts by future! Drawing conclusions Noun suffixes
relating them to their own
Describing past actions Infinitive
experience;
Talking about career plans/dream jobs Gerund
demonstrate their knowledge of new Expressing likes and preferences Relative pronouns
lexical items by using them in familiar Speculating Relative clauses
and unfamiliar situations; Applying for a job
Asking for and giving information
develop strategies for handling World Poetry Day
vocabulary (deducing, guessing from Talking about poetry
context);
Extensive Reading Expressing opinions and feelings
demonstrate their ability to use the
new grammar items;
Go hi-tech! Identifying technological gadgets Purpose clauses
develop their fluency skills: oral and Discussing the pros and cons of technology The passive
written; Giving opinions The passive (double object verbs)
Talking about computer uses The future: will, be going to and the
develop processes for the production Justifying opinions present continuous
of short texts; Talking about mobile phones and text Verb prefixes
messaging
interact in different social contexts;
3rd term

Leaving a message
Talking about space exploration
evaluate their own progress. Making predictions

Help the others! Talking about friendship Contrast clauses


Expressing opinions Phrasal verbs: to look + particle
Describing relationships Modal verbs: can, could, may, might,
Agreeing/disagreeing should, must
Comparing/Predicting
Describing actions
Suggesting
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Reflecting on environmental problems


World
Environment Day Talking about the world environment
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STRATEGIES/ACTIVITIES AIDS SKILLS EVALUATION

Brainstorming Textbook Reading Diagnostic tests


Describing/labelling pictures
Workbook Listening Direct observation of
Personal questions
students involvement in
Gap/table filling Worksheets Speaking class activities
Question/answer
Listening/Reading for specific information Transparencies Writing Homework
True/false
OHP Project
Multiple choice
Skimming Pictures Portfolio
Scanning
Language cards Progress tests
Finding evidence
Matching Cue-cards Self-evaluation
Finding synonyms
Finding opposites CD
Completing sentences/paragraphs
CD player
Putting words into categories
Anagram DVD
Completing words/questions
Wordsearch DVD player
Crossword TV
Doing puzzles
Quiz/questionnaire Blackboard
Identifying the wrong words
Notebook
Making sentences
Asking questions
Grammar quiz
Class discussion
Interview
Translation
Completing dialogues/interviews
Rewriting/building sentences
Writing definitions
Roleplay
Ordering word groups
Linking sentences
Correcting sentences
Writing paragraphs/sentences
Film review
Blog
Article
Essay
Dialogue
Composition
Covering letter
Message
Research work
Project
Class work
Pair work
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Group work
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8 FIRST TERM PLAN


UNIT 1 GET ABOUT!
UNIT 2 BE IN SHAPE!

OBJECTIVES TOPICS/SUBTOPICS LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS GRAMMAR

Students will: Get about! Talking about travelling Past simple

Affective: Travel Describing past actions Past simple and continuous


Describing actions which were in
be sensitive to different cultures and habits; progress at a particular moment in Used to + infinitive
Trips
the past
participate voluntarily in classroom activities; Adjective formation
Cinema Making reservations
interact with other students; -ed and -ing adjectives
Talking about cinema
show enthusiasm for the tasks; Music festivals
Expressing preferences
develop their self-confidence. Expressing past habits/situations
Cognitive: Talking about music festivals

develop their knowledge of the topics concerned;

be aware of intonation/pronunciation patterns; Be in shape!

demonstrate their understanding of different types of Healthy eating Talking about healthy eating Present perfect tense
text; Talking about the art of eating Present perfect continuous
Fitness slowly
develop strategies for reading a text;
Describing recent actions Past perfect
extract particular information from texts; Body image
Agreeing/Disagreeing Noun + preposition
personalize the topics of the texts by relating them to Giving opinions
their own experience; Degrees of adjectives
Drawing conclusions
apply the new lexical items in familiar and unfamiliar
situations; Expressing likes and dislikes
Comparing/Describing/Commenting
develop strategies for handling vocabulary (deducing,
guessing from context); Human Rights Day Talking about human rights
apply the new grammar items;

develop their fluency skills: oral and written;

use suitable exponents in spoken activities;

develop processes for the production of short texts;

interact in different social contexts;

evaluate their own progress.


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STRATEGIES/ACTIVITIES AIDS SKILLS EVALUATION

Class interaction Textbook Reading Diagnostic test


Question/answer
Workbook Listening Direct observation of
Matching students involvement in class
Worksheets Speaking activities
Crossword
Table filling Transparencies Writing Homework
Finding antonyms OHP Research work
Research work
Pictures Portfolio
Word category
Labelling pictures Language cards Progress test
Gap filling Cue-cards Self-evaluation
Completing a dialogue
CD
Roleplay
True/false CD player
Asking questions DVD
Making words
DVD player
Unjumbling letters
Completing sentences TV

Writing a film review Blackboard


Choosing the right word
Notebook
Ordering sentences
Finding words
Forming adjectives
Assumptions:
Students are supposed to be familiar with
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some vocabulary and grammar items related
Quiz to the topics.
Multiple choice
Analysing a graph Cross-culture:
Listening to a song World sites
Correcting mistakes Actors/actresses from different countries
Writing a paragraph Music festivals
Writing an article
Portuguese, British and American health and
fitness
Pair work
Human Rights Day
Group work
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10 SECOND TERM PLAN


UNIT 3 OPEN YOUR EYES!
UNIT 4 WORK OUT YOUR FUTURE!

OBJECTIVES TOPICS/SUBTOPICS LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS GRAMMAR

Students are expected to: Addictions Talking about dependences Reflexive and reciprocal pronouns
Smoking
Affective: Talking about smoking, drug Reported speech
Alcoholism addiction and alcoholism
show sensitivity to human needs and social problems; Reporting questions
show awareness of the importance of learning; Drugs Talking about prevention
First conditional
accept different opinions; Agreeing/Disagreeing
Second conditional
demonstrate problem-solving attitudes; Expressing likes and dislikes
practise cooperation in group activities;
Talking about family problems
show interest in the topics and sub-topics;
Warning
complete assigned tasks.
Cognitive: Informing about the dangers of
dependences
recall some vocabulary and exponents learnt
previously; Discussing
know specific terms and facts related to the topic; Debating
understand verbal material;
describe things and places;
infer the meaning of some words / phrases; Work out your Describing jobs Past perfect continuous
future!
acquire and apply new vocabulary according to the Drawing conclusions Past perfect simple and continuous
topic; Jobs
Talking about career plans/dream Noun suffixes
apply their knowledge to real situations; Choosing a subject jobs
describe pictures orally; Infinitive with and without to
Career choice Expressing likes and preferences
gather the required information; Gerund
Job application Speculating
grasp the meaning of a written text; Relative pronouns
use new grammar items correctly; Job interview Applying for a job
Defining relative clauses
recall familiar facts and grammar rules; Asking for and giving information
apply vocabulary and grammar structures to new Describing an action that happened
situations; prior to another action in the past
reconstruct texts;
write a well organized text; World Poetry Day Talking about poetry
develop written skills;
create a new story, text, poem.
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STRATEGIES/ACTIVITIES AIDS SKILLS EVALUATION

Brainstorming Course book Reading Diagnostic test


Picture description
Workbook Listening Direct and informal
Commenting on a cartoon observation of students oral
Worksheets Speaking and written performance
Understanding a text
True/False Transparencies Writing Homework
Finding evidence
Pictures Progress test
Skimming
CD Project
Scanning
Asking questions CD player Portfolio
Multiple choice exercise
DVD Self-evaluation
Chart/Table completion
Sentence completion DVD player

Gap filling OHT


Finding synonyms
OHP
Matching
Answering a quiz/questionnaire TV

Word groups Blackboard


Crossword
Notebook
Song completion
Listening for specific information
Table filling
Completing a CV Assumptions:
Writing a composition Students are supposed to know some
Writing a covering letter vocabulary and grammar structures related
Following instructions to the topics.
Making/Completing sentences/dialogues
Cross-culture:
Puzzle completion
Students own environment and the foreign
Finding antonyms environment:
Writing definitions Dependences among teenagers in Britain,
Dialogue simulation the USA and Portugal
Pair work Education and jobs in different countries
Group work World Poetry Day
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Project
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12 THIRD TERM PLAN


EXTENSIVE READING
UNIT 5 GO HIGH-TECH!
UNIT 6 HELP THE OTHERS!

OBJECTIVES TOPICS/SUBTOPICS LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS GRAMMAR

Students are expected to: Extensive Reading Expressing opinions and feelings

Affective Go high-tech! Identifying technological gadgets


feel interested in the topic;
New technologies Discussing the pros and cons of Clauses of purpose
volunteer to participate in class discussion;
Advantages and technology
enjoy being in the English lesson;
disadvantages of Giving opinions The passive
enjoy participating in class activities; technology
work well together; Talking about computer uses The passive (double object verbs)
Computer and the
respect the rights of others; Internet The future: will, be going to and the
Justifying opinions
participate in team problem-solving activities. Text and phone present continuous
messages Talking about mobile phones and
The future text messaging Verb prefixes

Cognitive Leaving a message


get acquainted with facts and data related to the
topics; Talking about space exploration
infer meaning of new vocabulary items from context; Making predictions
interpret texts and written material;
identify main ideas in a text;
recall familiar facts, vocabulary items, grammar rules; Help the others! Talking about friendship Contrast clauses
apply some of the language forms and functions
learnt; Friendship Expressing opinions
Volunteering Phrasal verb: to look
describe things and places; Describing relationships
write an interview; Environmental
destruction Agreeing and disagreeing Modal verbs: can, could; may,
select the right items;
might; should; must
gather the required information; Comparing
reorganize information;
Predicting
use new grammar items correctly;
interpret different types of texts; Describing actions
write text messages; Suggesting
write personal letters describing places, interests and
experiences; Reflecting on the environment
write simple connected texts on topics which are
familiar or of personal interest; World Talking about the World
develop written skills. Environment Day Environment Day
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Matching Course book Reading Direct and informal


Sentence writing observation of students oral
Workbook Listening and written performance
Odd one out
Question/answer Worksheets Speaking Homework
Joining sentences Pictures Writing Progress test
Skimming
Transparencies Project
Identifying/Correcting false statements
Finding synonyms CD Portfolio
Answering quizzes
CD player Self-evaluation
Rewriting sentences
Table filling DVD
Sentence completion DVD player
Class discussion
Crossword OHT
Writing a message OHP
Ordering a song
TV
Scanning
Completing an interview Blackboard
Forming new verbs Notebook
Gap filling
Word definition
Lyrics correction
Wordsearch Assumptions:
Rephrasing Students are supposed to know some
Finding antonyms vocabulary and grammar structures related
Filling in an application form
to the topics.
Diagram completion Cross-culture:
Composition Students own environment and the foreign
Class work environments:
Pair work Technological developments
Group work Young peoples issues
Project Volunteering in Britain, the USA and
Portugal
World Environment Day
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1 Travel and holidays
Sugere-se a utilizao desta transparncia na fase de introduo da
unidade 1 ou do texto My favourite destination. Pedir aos alunos para
descreverem cada uma das imagens.
1. Have a look at the five pictures. Whats the season of the year?
2. Who are the people in the first photo and what are they doing?
3. Describe who or what you can see in the second picture and say
where you think the two young people are going.
4. What can you see taking place in the third photograph?
5. Where is the girl in the fourth picture and what is she doing?
6. Where was the last photograph taken?
7. What is your favourite photograph and why?
8. Where do you usually spend your summer holidays and what are
your favourite pastimes?
9. Do you like travelling? Why?/ Why not?
2 10. What are your favourite destinations?
Entertainment
Promover a interaco professor/aluno, a fim de conduzir descrio
das imagens e apresentao de algumas formas de diverso.
1. What forms of entertainment do the pictures show?
2. Describe each picture in detail. You can mention:
a) The clothes the young people are wearing;
b) What they look like;
c) What they are doing;
d) Where each photograph was taken.
3. Which of these forms of entertainment is your favourite?
4. What are the most popular forms of entertainment among young
people?
5. What do you prefer doing in your free time: staying at home
doing your favourite hobby or going out with your friends?
6. Have you ever been to a music festival? If so, when and where did
it take place?
3 Good nutrition
Esta transparncia poder ser utilizada como introduo unidade 2.
Sugere-se que se descrevam as imagens e se faa o registo de
vocbulos e expresses que possam ser teis aos alunos na abordagem
deste tpico.
1. What is good nutrition?
2. What are the benefits of good nutrition?
3. Why is good nutrition essential for the body?
4. Are todays teenagers educated to eat healthily?
5. What is your idea of a good meal?
6. Do you estimate your personal daily calorie goal?
7. How many meals do you eat per day?
8. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. What do you eat
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and drink?
9. Do you lead a healthy life?
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4 Looks
Sugere-se que se utilize esta transparncia na fase de pr-audio da
cano Ugly . A partir da descrio das imagens, estabelecer a
interaco professor/aluno e aluno/aluno sobre a importncia da
imagem e da beleza exterior.
1. Are clothing, hair and makeup really important to you?
2. Does your appearance affect your confidence?
3. Do you exercise so as to have a better body image?
4. Are you a healthy, active person?
5. Are you happy with your body? Explain.
6. Does your body image help to build your self-esteem?
7. How important is your self-image in your everyday life?
8. Are girls/women more concerned about physical appearance than
boys/men?
9. What do you do (or would you do if you were a model) to look
great?
5 Meeting point
Sugere-se a utilizao desta transparncia para falar das vrias formas
de socializao entre os jovens.
Pedir aos alunos que descrevam as imagens e falem dos momentos
que passam com os amigos, dos locais que escolhem para se
divertirem, do que fazem juntos, das formas como exteriorizam os
seus sentimentos,
1. Describe these pictures.
2. What are these people doing?
3. How do they look?
4. Do you like being with your friends?
5. What do you do together?
6. Do you like going to birthday parties? Why?/Why not?
7. Do you like to organize teen activities?
8. What is the best place to spend an evening with friends?

6 Addictions
Estas imagens podero servir para motivar os alunos sobre os problemas
abordados na unidade 3. O consumo de lcool, o fumo e as drogas
podero ser abordados de uma forma formativa e esclarecedora. Os
jovens devero ser alertados para o perigo das vrias dependncias.
1. Explain the meaning of the proverb: Where there is life there is
hope.
2. Describe the pictures in detail.
3. What is your opinion about smoking?
4. Why do so many young people smoke?
5. Can smoking be a dependence or addiction that is very hard to
give up?
6. Do your friends smoke or drink? Some British teenagers say they
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need drink, cigarettes or drugs to relax and have fun. What does
that tell you about them, their families and their society?
7. Are there any problems with drugs in your school?
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7 Jobs
Utilizar esta transparncia na introduo da unidade 4 Work out
your future!. Pedir aos alunos para identificarem as profisses ou
os trabalhos ilustrados passando, de seguida, a uma fase de
comparao com base nas qualificaes, capacidades, salrio, etc.
1. Say the names of the jobs you can see in the pictures.
2. What does each job involve?
3. What skills and qualifications are required?
4. Which job needs the most training?
5. Which job is the best paid?
6. Which job is the most satisfying?
7. Which job is the most/the least pleasant?
8. Which job is the hardest?
9. In which job do people have to wear special clothes?
10. Which of these jobs would you like to do and why?

8 Past actions
Sugere-se a utilizao desta transparncia para contextualizar a
introduo do Past perfect continuous. Promover a interaco
professor/aluno, no sentido de conduzir descrio das imagens.
1. Give each person a name and say how old they might be.
2. Where was each photograph taken?
3. Last Sunday evening these people were very happy. What had
they been doing? Say a sentence about each picture, using
these words.
Receive friends home
Surf perfect waves warm water
Chat cyberfriends
Play volleyball
Listen favourite songs

9 Technology
Este conjunto de imagens proporciona a apresentao de alguns
desenvolvimentos tecnolgicos e pode ser usado para introduzir a
unidade 5 Go high-tech!.
1. What technological developments do the pictures show?
2. What are they used for?
3. Which of these technological innovations is the most useful
and why?
4. Which is the least useful and why?
5. Which of them are mostly used at work and which are used
for entertainment?
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6. Do you have a computer at home or at school? What do you


use the computer for?
7. Would you like to have a robot? What for?
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10 The passive
Esta transparncia proporciona a reviso da passiva. Atravs da
interaco com a turma, descrever cada uma das imagens e levar os
alunos a utilizar a construo passiva. Sugerem-se algumas questes:
Where is coffee grown?
What is coffee made with/from?

As imagens podero levar escrita destas frases:


1. Coffee is grown in Brazil.
2. Coffee is made with/from coffee beans.
3. Romeo and Juliet was written by Shakespeare.
4. The Christmas presents have been brought by Santa Claus.
5. The picture was drawn by the kids.
6. The fence has just been painted by that hard-working couple.

11 Friendship
Estas imagens podero ser utilizadas como sensibilizao aos textos da
unidade 6.
Sugere-se que, a partir da descrio das imagens apresentadas, se
alarguem os conhecimentos lexicais dos alunos.
1. Describe the pictures and guess the places where these people are.
2. Do you have many friends?
3. How well do your friends know you?
4. How well do you know your friends?
5. How long have you known your best friend?
6. How often do you see each other?
7. What do you usually do at weekends?
8. Have you broken a promise to your best friend?
9. Are you always honest with your friends?
10. What is friendship all about?

12 Volunteering
Apresentar as imagens e falar das vantagens deste tipo de trabalho.
Muitos jovens tomam as suas opes profissionais com mais segurana
aps terem realizado trabalho voluntrio.
1. Look at the pictures attentively. Describe them.
2. Why are people attracted by voluntary work?
3. What kind of work can they do?
4. Would you like to work as a volunteer?
5. Would you prefer to work with children or adults?
6. How useful can an experience like that be?
7. Do you know any organizations or projects in your country
related to voluntary work?
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PAST SIMPLE
A
Complete the postcard by putting the verbs in brackets into the past simple.

Dear Liz,
This (2)
(1) ( arrive ) from Britain yesterday.
I (3) (travel)
e best jou rn ey I ha ve ever been on. I
(be) th I also
an d (4) (do) a lot of sightseeing.
und Lond on en I
aro
(vis it) ot he r int ere sti ng places in England and th
(5) (buy)
I (7)
(6) (go) to Scotland, where
irs. I (8) (stay) there for a few
some beautif ul so uv en
er (9) (not be) fine, but
rtuna tel y th e we ath
days. Unfo . Finally I
y I (10) (be able to) visit the lochs
on the las t da
(11) (fly) back home.

See you soon,


Sarah

B
When Sarah came back home, Maria, her best friend, wanted to know about her
trip to Britain. Use the words given to ask the questions.

1. Where / go?
2. Who / go with?
3. How / travel?
4. How long / stay there?
5. Where / stay?
6. What / do?
7. What places / visit?
8. What / like about London?
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9. What / means of transport / use?


10. Enjoy / your trip?
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PAST SIMPLE AND CONTINUOUS


A
What were these people doing at 7.30 yesterday evening? Complete with the
past continuous.
1. Sue (go) to meet her friends at the railway station.
2. Mary and Carol (dress up) to go to
the concert.
3. David (not have) a bath.
4. Davids mother (make) a cup of tea.
5. His father (not drive) back home.
6. The students (do) research work.
7. (you / paint) the fence?
8. (they / sleep) on the sofa?
9. (Brigitte / sit) at her desk at work?

B
Complete the sentences with the past simple or continuous.
1. I (watch) the football match on TV when the electricity
(go) off.
2. It's strange that you (call) because I (think, just) about
you.
3. What (you/do) when the fire (start)?
4. John (not wait) for me when I (arrive).
5. I (not know) what to say when she (ask) me that.
6. Anne (write) a letter while Steve (read) The Times.
7. The postman (come) when I
(clean) my mothers car.
8. While they (run) in the park,
they (see) Jessica.
9. Why (he/leave) so early?
He (have) to get up early for
school.
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10. They (not see) me because they


(talk) to each other.
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USED TO
A
Complete the sentences with used to and the most suitable verb from this list.
travel eat not like play have drive be go
1. There a small restaurant there, but now there is a shop.
2. My father spicy food, but now he doesnt.
3. When I was younger, I for a ride in the park.
4. you with dolls when you were a child?
5. Cliff a lot in his job but now, since his promotion, he doesn't.
6. I to work but now I take the bus.
7. She really long hair but she's had it all cut off.
8. I him but now I do.

B
Read and write about Daniel. The first sentence is done for you as an example.

6 YEARS AGO NOW

1. travel a lot
2. read newspapers
3. work in a laboratory
4. do gymnastics
5. wear casual clothes
6. drive a car
7. listen to classical music
8. go to music festivals
9. eat spicy food

1. Daniel didnt use to travel a lot, but he travels a lot now.


2. He
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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8.
9.
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PRESENT PERFECT

What have they just done?


A
Look at the pictures and write a sentence using the present perfect tense.

1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6.

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS


B
Complete the sentences with the present perfect continuous of the verbs in
brackets.
1. Rose (wait) for the bus for 20 minutes.
2. What you (do) in the playground for two hours?
3. Mr Cage (teach) in our school since January.
4. They (watch) too much TV lately.
5. He (work) in a hotel recently.
6. Sarah (try) to eat a balanced diet.
7. She (lose) weight since she began to eat more vegetables and fruit.
8. Peter not (talk) to his friend David since Marys birthday.
9. I (do) my work properly.
10. It (snow) for two hours.
11. How long it (rain)?
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12. They (surf) the net all afternoon.


13. We are very tired. We (run) for one hour.
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PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS


A
FORM
Complete:
Have / Has + + .
Use
We use the to show that something
started in the past and has continued up until now.

B
Present perfect simple or continuous? Choose the correct option, a or b.

1. Eva already her homework.


a) has done b) has been doing
2. I to stop eating sweets since last year.
a) have tried b) have been trying
3. Patrick his guitar since three oclock.
a) has played b) has been playing
4. It just raining.
a) has stopped b) has been stopping
5. you ever to Sydney?
a) Have been b) Have been being
6. Malcolm in his office all day.
a) has worked b) has been working
7. They TV since 7 pm.
a) have watched b) have been watching
8. Robert in Tokyo since he left school.
a) has lived b) has been living
9. You dont understand the story because you .
a) havent listened b) havent been listening
10. she the car yet?
a) Has washed b) Has been washing
11. Victoria just to Rome.
a) has moved b) has been moving
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12. They already the film, so they dont want to see it again.
a) have seen b) have been seeing.
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PAST PERFECT
A
FORM
Complete:
The is formed with:
+ .
Use
The expresses the idea that
something occurred before another action in the past.

B
Complete with the past perfect or past simple of the verbs in brackets.
1. I only (understand) the film because I (read) the book.
2. Rachel (study) English before she (move) to Bristol
two years ago.
3. I (try) to fill in the form but I (not can) answer
half of the questions.
4. When they (arrive), the concert already
(start).
5. I (be) tired because I (work) very hard.
6. My sister (eat) all the cake that our mother (make).
7. The waiter (bring) a drink that she (not order).
8. Before he (come) here he (speak) with his parents.
9. you (eat) anything before you (go)
to the football match?
10. he (read) the contract before he (sign) it?
11. I (finish) my composition by the time my friend Susan
(arrive).
12. I (meet) a friend in the shopping centre that I
(not see) for ages.
13. We (have) lunch in a restaurant yesterday because I
(not buy) anything to eat.
14. They (lose) the game because they (not practise)
enough before.
15. I was talking to him, and suddenly, I (realise) that we
(meet) once before.
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16. He (get) home and (find) that someone


(break) into his house.
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NOUNS FOLLOWED BY PREPOSITIONS

A
Complete with the right preposition.

WORD / PHRASE PREPOSITION

a need
an advantage
a reaction
a rise
a cause
lack
interest
reduction
sympathy

B
Complete the sentences with the correct preposition.
1. There was a reduction the prices this month.
2. Edward was very interested new technologies.
3. His attitude this problem is incredible.
4. Her success astronomy is recognized by everybody.
5. The publics reaction the concert was not very good.
6. The great advantage recycling is the protection of the environment.
7. There is a real demand skilled workers in this firm.
8. We have seen an increase the economy recently.
9. Did you have any damage your car?
10. He showed a lack interest in this area.
11. They demonstrated a great sympathy their teacher.
12. I was surprised her reaction the problem.
13. I cant give an answer your question.
14. His relationship his stepmother is very close.
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15. The advantage having free time is that you can do whatever you
want.
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REPORTED SPEECH

Report the following!


1. I like going to the cinema with my friends.
He said .

2. Yesterday I bought a new mobile phone.


She said .

3. I dont go to school because Im ill.


He explained .

4. Im late because I caught the wrong bus to school.


He declared .

5. I didnt have time to read the whole story.


She admitted .

6. We are studying hard for the next test.


They told me .

7. I was talking to John when we saw the accident.


He informed the detective .

8. Peter is ill, so Im going to visit him.


She added .

9. I will call my father.


He insisted .

10. The manager flew to Brazil last week.


She announced .

11. Ill do my best in the test tomorrow.


He promised .
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12. I spent all my pocket money on a CD last Friday.


She said .
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13. I dont mind watching TV but there are things I like better.
He mentioned .

14. I have just seen an old friend of mine.


She explained .

15. I wasnt expecting your visit.


He admitted .

16. What do you think of my new car?


He asked her .

17. Where did you park your car?


She asked him .

18. Can I use your mobile?


Clare asked Andrew .

19. Have you ever been to Japan?


She asked him .

20. Did you see the film on TV last night?


He asked her .
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FIRST AND SECOND CONDITIONAL

A
Match the two columns so that each sentence is a meaningful sentence.

If it rains, 1 a she would buy a new car.


If you came early, 2 b they dont sell their flat first.
If you find the solution 3 c you wont have difficulties in the test.
for our problem,
If they visited Australia, 4 d he will catch the first train.
If you water the flowers, 5 e he would have a great chance of
winning the tournament.
If she bought the red dress, 6 f we wont play outside.
If we invited the ambassador 7 g I would train for the championship.
to the party,
If he trained a lot, 8 h they would go to the swimming pool.
If you go to the beach 9 i they would be fascinated by the
in winter, landscape.
If the weather was fine, 10 j you will find a lot of rubbish there.
If I were you, 11 k we would plan our weekend in the
mountains.
If she had money, 12 l they will grow rapidly.
If you study hard, 13 m we will be the first to support your
idea.
If he gets up early, 14 n she would be dazzling.
My parents wont buy 15 o he would probably accept the
the house if invitation.

B
Complete the sentences.

1. If I applied for the job, 7. If he played in the team,


2. If my friend stayed longer in London, 8. We will visit the Art gallery if
3. If he got up earlier, 9. If they had enough money,
4. I would be very happy if my friends 10. If she called the police,
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5. If she earned more money, 11. We would play basketball if


6. If it wasnt so late, 12. They will go to Madrid if
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PAST PERFECT SIMPLE AND CONTINUOUS

A
Choose the more normal way of completing each sentence.

1. When Alan arrived, he was all sweaty and he had his bicycle
with him. He .
a) had cycled b) had been cycling

2. The girl sitting next to me on the plane was very nervous.


She before.
a) had never flown b) had never been flying

3. At last the bus came. We for 20 minutes.


a) had waited b) had been waiting

4. How long English before you went to Bristol?


a) had you been learning b) had you learnt

5. They until the kids walked in.


a) had argued b) had been arguing

6. We were good friends. We each other for years.


a) had known b) had been knowing

7. He there for several years the last time I saw him.


a) had been working b) had worked

8. My results last term were better than I .


a) had been expecting b) had expected

9. When Susana arrived at the party, Nick wasn't there.


He home.
a) had gone b) had been going
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10. My father less than half an hour when he ran out of petrol.
a) had been driving b) had driven
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INFINITIVE AND GERUND

A
Choose and complete with the infinitive with to.
come be learn go take start follow
1. We agreed our work earlier.
2. Ill arrange in when you call.
3. We chose by train.
4. He promised back home early.
5. I would like a career in modelling.
6. You cant expect a foreign language in a week.
7. When do you plan your holiday?

B
Choose the best option(s) in each case.
1. I wanted to buy some presents, but I didn't have enough time.
a) to stop b) stop c) stopping

2. I started English when I was four.


a) learn b) to learn c) learning

3. Stop that loud music at once!


a) play b) to play c) playing

4. I used yoga to children, but now I dont.


a) teach b) to teach c) teaching

5. Mr McHardy, I regret you that your credit limit


has been exceeded.
a) inform
b) to inform
c) informing

6. She's afraid alone.


a) stay
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c) of staying
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RELATIVE PRONOUNS AND RELATIVE CLAUSES

A
Cross out the relative pronoun where it is
not necessary.
1. Is this the purse that youve lost?
2. There is the bridge which we have to cross.
3. I still have the ring that you gave me.
4. Do you know the girl that is speaking to the
History teacher?
5. There is the key that Ive been looking for.
6. The bus which takes you to the airport should
be here any minute.

B
Combine the sentences by using a relative clause.
1. The trainers dont fit me. My grandfather bought them for me.
The trainers .
2. The boy is a famous footballer. We met him at the party.
The boy .
3. I watched a historical film last night. The film was very long.
The historical film .
4. I have to learn new words. They are very difficult to pronounce.
The new words .
5. We ate spaghetti Bolognese at the restaurant. It was delicious.
The spaghetti Bolognese .
6. The woman is sitting at the desk in front of us. She is my mothers secretary.
The woman .
7. The city seems to be abandoned. It is usually crowded with people.
The city .
8. The band is singing a song. I dont know the song.
I dont know .
9. Theres something. You should know it.
Theres .
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10. Children play with fire. They can get burnt.


Children .
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THE PASSIVE

A
Complete these sentences with the passive. Use
the tense given in brackets.
1. These mobile phones (make) in
Japan. (Present simple)
2. That news story (write) by Paul.
(Past simple)
3. The Internet (use) by millions of people around the world. (Will)
4. They (drive) to the railway station. (Present perfect)
5. Some of my classmates (teach) by Mrs Green. (Be going to)
6. Books (replace) by the Internet in the near future. (Will)
7. The bill (pay) by my parents. (Past perfect)
8. This e-mail (send) to me by a cyberfriend. (Past simple)
9. The cat (feed) by 8.30. (Must)

B
Rewrite the sentences in the passive. Omit the agent when it is not necessary.
1. They will send you the magazine in a few days.

2. They sold the white house last week.

3. They make paper from wood.

4. They have taken the letters to the post office.

5. They should protect forests from fire.

6. Anyone can answer this questionnaire.

7. Children shouldnt use mobile phones.


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THE FUTURE
A
Complete the sentences with will and then
answer the questionnaire to find out what
kind of person you are. Choose Yes if you
agree, No if you dont.

QUIZ
Are you an optimist or a pessimist about the future?
What do you think the Earth will be like in a thousand
years?

Yes No

1. People (never be) bored in the future because


they (have) lots of free time to enjoy themselves.
2. There (not be) any more sickness or disease.
3. Food (taste) much better and be healthier.
4. Family life (disappear) completely and so everyone
(belong) to one big community.
5. Nuclear power (solve) all our energy problems.
6. People (live) until they are 150 years old.
7. People (have) more freedom.
8. There (be) a World Government and no more
separate countries.
9. Robots (make) everything we need.
10. Computers (replace) teachers.
11. Robots and computers (teach) students everything.
12. Students (not see) each other at school.
13. Books (not be printed) on paper anymore.
14. School buildings (become) a thing of the past.
15. There (not be) any dull or dangerous jobs for people.
16. The internet (get) better and better.
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QUIZ ANALYSIS
More than seven YESES means that you are optimistic about the future.
Less than seven YESES means you are pessimistic.
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MODAL VERBS
A
Complete with a suitable modal verb.
1. you water my plants while I am away? If they dont get enough
water, they certainly die.
2. I have no time. I leave now. My coach is waiting for me.
3. I wish I buy a new mobile phone, but I dont have enough money.
4. Deborah not play the violin when she was five years old.
5. I borrow your portable computer?
6. She looks tired; she take some days off.
7. Henry come to his sisters wedding but nobody is sure.
8. Peter invite Emily to the party.
9. You are overweight; you exercise more.
10. Brian isnt at home. He have gone to Barcelona I dont know.
11. They live in Boston, but Im not sure.
12. You not be so nervous its quite easy, really.
13. If you want to be successful, you work hard.
14. I havent decided yet where I go in my holidays. I think I
possibly go to Prague.
15. This room be cleaned once a day. Its your responsibility.
16. I buy the tickets for the concert? I see youre busy.
17. Francis play basketball quite well but he play chess yet.
18. You help disabled people.
19. They pay the fees at the fixed time.
20. Henry get very bored in his job.
He does the same thing every day.
21. You not turn right, you
turn left.
22. He looks tired, he go to bed.
23. you speak Chinese?
24. You not waste water.
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Read the following text carefully.

Travel experiences
Ive always liked travelling. My parents
have both travelled a lot and I guess that
I wanted to follow their example. When
I left school and turned eighteen, I
realized I could do it. I spent eight 5

months away altogether four months in


South East Asia (Thailand, Cambodia,
Laos, Vietnam), three months in
Australia, and then a final month back in
Thailand. 10

At first I travelled in Asia with my


friend, Alex, and then met up with
another surfing friend from home in
Australia. But I realized that you can still
feel lonely, whoever you are with, 15

wherever you are. The first time the real fear hit me was just as the plane was about
to land in Bangkok, but I clearly remember how beautiful it all seemed from the sky.
It was a rich, dense green nothing like Europe.
Every day in South East Asia was a new experience. You learn new things about the
way the world works and you learn new things about yourself. I went to Australia for 20

one reason only surfing. It might seem a little superficial to ignore the whole tourist
side of Australia, and the things most backpackers do, but thats the way it is. Ive
surfed since I was fourteen and have always dreamed of surfing perfect waves in
warm water instead of the freezing water temperatures of England.
While I was away I met so many people from different nationalities, some of them 25

also travellers like myself. I learned so much from them all and even some of those I
just talked briefly to had an impact on me. For example, I met a young Thai boy on a
train from the south of Thailand to Bangkok. I only talked to him for about twenty
minutes but I learned such a lot about the culture that surrounded me. After a few
months on the road you have a bank of amazing memories; you never know who you 30

are going to meet and what lesson that person will teach you.
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Carl, 19, England


Current (abridged and slightly adapted)
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I
A
Find evidence in the text for the following.

1. Carl likes travelling because he was probably influenced by his parents journeys.

2. He didnt travel alone.

3. He was frightened when the plane was about to touch the ground.

4. He enjoyed seeing the landscape from the plane.

5. He learned a lot of things while he was in South East Asia.

B
Find the words in the text that mean the following. Paragraph numbers are
given in brackets.

1. Became aware (1st para.)

2. Unhappy because you have no friends or people to talk to (2nd para.)

3. To come down through the air onto the ground (2nd para.)

4. People who travel on holiday carrying their equipment and clothes in a backpack
(3rd para.)

5. Extremely cold (3rd para.)

C
Give complete answers to these questions about the text.

1. How long did Carl spend travelling and what places did he visit?

2. Why did he go to Australia?

3. How old was he when he started surfing?

4. Why does he prefer surfing in Australia to England?


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II
A
Find the words related to land travel that make captions for the pictures.

1. i 2. r s 3. s

4. r 5. m 6. h -
-h
B
Cross the odd word out.
1. fare voyage trip journey travel
2. sleeping bag ticket rucksack suitcase toiletry bag
3. crossing set sail boat flight ship
4. accommodation fly land take off check-in

III
A
Complete the sentences with the opposite of the adjective given in brackets.
1. Hed been waiting for half an hour and he was getting (patient).
2. It would be (responsible) to ignore the situation.
3. The trains here are notoriously (reliable).
4. Thirteen is often considered an (lucky) number.

B
Circle the suitable adjective.
1. Mary looks very exciting / excited about the trip.
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2. We read a very interesting / interested travel review last weekend.


3. Carl was exhausting / exhausted from all the excitement.
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C
Complete the sentences, using the past simple or the past continuous.
1. When I last (see) Carl, he (take) a taxi to the railway
station.
2. Carl (buy) a ticket when I (meet) him.
3. Mary (dream) when her mother (wake) her up.
4. While William (eat) his lunch, someone (knock) at the
door.
5. What (you / do) while I (work out) at the fitness
centre?
6. I (not know) what to say when Sue (ask) me about
you.

D
Complete with used to and the word(s) given in brackets.
1. They (go) abroad in summer, but now they dont.
2. When you were younger, (you / play) with dolls?
3. He (not like) rap, but now its his favourite type of music.
4. Juans father (be) an architect but he isnt anymore. Hes retired.

IV

Composition
Write about a real or imaginary train journey. You may include the following
topics:

Journey from / to?


Single / Return ticket?
Student discount?
Direct train?
Departure time (on time / late)?
Buffet / Restaurant car?
Arrival time (early / on time / late )?

Write about 100 words on these topics.


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Read the following text carefully.

Scarlett Johansson
Life is good for Scarlett Johansson. The actress and
aspiring singer has just recorded her debut album and
has a calendar full of film projects that will keep her
busy for months.
Speaking by phone from Barcelona, where she's shooting 5

Woody Allen's latest film, Johansson talked with The


Associated Press about music and her movie career.
AP: Are you Woody Allen's new muse?
Johansson: We both think that term is so bizarre! We
like to work together. It's an easy working relationship 10

and a really nice friendship, so it works out. But I don't


know if it goes much further than that.
AP: How much did you like working in your
hometown in the film "The Nanny Diaries?
Johansson: New York is such a great city to shoot in It's been a long time since 15

I've been able to shoot at home and it's just so much fun. It's wonderful to be able to
just see your friends after work, to be able to go home and sleep in your own bed. It's
just such a pleasure.
AP: What about this album you're releasing?
Johansson: I had this kind of golden opportunity to make an album however I 20

wanted and it's kind of a dream chance.


AP: Has music always been an interest of yours?
Johansson: I actually started acting because I wanted to be in musicals when I was a
little girl. That's where my dream career was going to be when I was 8 years old.
Then I started making films and I never ended up doing musical theater. Of course, 25

by the time I turned 13, I buried that part of myself. You know, it's always been there.
I've always loved to sing and I've always loved music and listened to lots of music and
all kinds of music.
from San Jose Mercury News / by Sandy Cohen, 2007/08/23 (abridged)
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A
Say whether these statements are true or false. Correct the false ones.
1. Scarlett Johansson is a very successful actress.

2. The film she is making is set in France.

3. In her interview she talks about her career and how she avoids paparazzi.

4. She has a good relationship with Woody Allen.

5. She doesnt like working in New York.

6. Her dream of recording an album hasnt come true yet.

B
Match these words taken from the text with their equivalents.

aspiring (l. 2) 1 a having a lot to do


busy (l. 4) 2 b very strange or unusual
shooting (l. 5) 3 c develops in a successful way
bizarre (l. 9) 4 d wanting to start the career or activity
mentioned
works out (l. 11) 5 e making available to the public
releasing (l. 19) 6 f making a film

C
Give complete answers to these questions about the text.
1. What does Scarlett Johansson do for a living?

2. What is she doing in Barcelona?

3. Why does she like to make films in New York?

4. What was her dream career when she was a child?

5. Would you like to work in the music or film industry? Why? / Why not?
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A
What do you call these types of films?

1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6.
B
Cross the odd word out.
1. Western comedy animated cartoon movie
2. play act director perform
3. plot scene take thriller
4. musical drama setting documentary

III
A
Make an adjective from these words by adding a suffix.
1. care 4. expense

2. attract 5. job

3. beauty 6. pain

B
What are the opposites of these adjectives?
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1. regular 3. tidy
2. logical 4. sensitive
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C
Circle the suitable adjective.
1. I dont think that I could ever get bored / boring with Scarletts films.
2. The film that I saw on TV yesterday was quite bored / boring.
3. They were exhausted / exhausting at the end of the day.
4. We saw a very amused / amusing animated cartoon yesterday.

D
Complete the sentences using the past simple or the past continuous.
1. How many years ago (she / start) acting?
2. I (buy) a ticket for the movie when she (leave).
3. Who (you / go) to the movie with?
4. He (not take) part in a concert for charity last month.
5. What (you / talk) about when I (come) in?
6. What (he / wear) yesterday evening? Just jeans and a sweater as
usual.
7. Where (you / rush off) to yesterday when I (see) you?

E
Make sentences about the cinema in the past, using used to or didnt use
to. Supply any missing words.
1. Films / be / in black-and-white.

2. The pictures / show / on very small screens?

3. Audiences / not know / the names / favourite actors.

IV

Composition
Who is your favourite actor/actress?
What do you know about his/her personal
and professional life?

Write about 100 words on these topics.


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42 PROGRESS TEST 3
Name No. Class
Teacher Date Evaluation

Read the following text carefully.

Physical Activity
and Good Nutrition
Chronic diseases account for 7 of every 10 US deaths and for
more than 60% of medical care expenditures. In addition, the
prolonged illness and disability associated with many chronic
diseases decrease quality of life for millions of Americans.
Much of the chronic disease burden is preventable. Physical 5

inactivity and unhealthy eating contribute to obesity, cancer,


cardiovascular disease, and diabetes. Together, they are
responsible for at least 300,000 deaths each year. Only
tobacco use causes more preventable deaths in the United
States. 10

Regular physical activity substantially reduces the risk of


dying of coronary heart disease, the nations leading cause of
death, and decreases the risk for many diseases and high
blood pressure. It also helps to control weight and contributes
to healthy bones, muscles, and joints. Moreover, physical 15

activity need not be strenuous to be beneficial; people of all


ages benefit from moderate physical activity, such as 30
minutes of brisk walking five or more times a week.
Despite the proven benefits of physical activity, more than 60% of American adults
do not get enough physical activity to provide health benefits. More than 25% are not 20

active at all in their leisure time.


But, insufficient physical activity is not limited to adults. More than a third of young
people in grades 9-12 do not regularly engage in vigorous physical activity.
The Critical Role of Healthy Eating
We now know that good nutrition lowers the risk for many chronic diseases. 25

Americans are slowly adopting healthier diets, but a large gap remains between
recommended dietary patterns and what Americans actually eat.
Poor eating habits are often established during childhood. More than 60% of young
people eat too much fat, and less than 20% eat the recommended five or more
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servings of fruits and vegetables each day. 30

www.cdc.gov/nccdhp/aag/aag-dmpa.htm
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I
A
Decide whether these statements are true or false. Correct the false ones.
1. Chronic illnesses prevent the quality of life.

2. Most health problems can be avoided.

3. Physical activity contributes to heart attacks.

4. Physical exercise should be done by everyone.

5. Young people generally have a poor diet.

B
Match the words on the left with the right equivalent or explanation on
the right.
disease (l. 1) 1 a big difference
inactivity (l. 6) 2 b keep interest
reduces (l. 11) 3 c using a lot of energy and
determination
strenuous (l. 16) 4 d illness
engage (l. 23) 5 e makes smaller
vigorous (l. 23) 6 f needing great effort
gap (l. 26) 7 g the fact that someone is not doing
anything
servings (l. 30) 8 h an amount of food that is enough
for one person

C
Find opposites for the following words.
1. together (l. 7)
2. responsible (l. 8)
3. decrease (l. 13)
4. high (l. 13)
5. strenuous (l. 16)
6. benefit (l. 17)
7. active (l. 21)
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Answer these questions with complete sentences.
1. Physical activity and good nutrition are the basis of a good health. Explain this statement.

2. Why is it so beneficial to do physical exercise?

3. Do you do physical exercise every day?

4. What is your favourite sport?

5. How important is physical activity to you?

6. Why is nutrition related to physical activity?

7. Explain the meaning of the following: Much of the chronic disease burden is
preventable (l. 5).

II
A
Complete with the right form of the verbs in brackets.

Twentieth-century innovations in transportation, food processing, and food


availability (1) (displace) the regular physical activity and the
lower-fat, higher-fibre diets that used to be a natural part of everyday life. Collective
action (2) (require passive) at the federal, state, and local levels
to create or modify programs, policies, and practices that (3)

(encourage) and (4) (facilitate) healthy living. Healthy Living


Association (5) (consider) it a priority that people be afforded
opportunities to pursue and maintain good health through such avenues as safe
walking and cycling trails; low-fat, high-fruit-and-vegetable menu selections in
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restaurants, schools, and worksite cafeterias; and physical activity programs in


schools, worksites, and community gathering places.
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B
Complete the following sentences with the present perfect or the present
perfect continuous.
1. you ever (engage) in vigorous physical activity?
2. She just (adopt) a healthier diet.
3. Dan (train) since eight oclock.
4. How long you (practise) athletics?
5. He just (join) a health association.
6. They (wait) for their trainer for two hours.

C
Complete the table with the correct preposition.

NOUN PREPOSITION
solution
reduction
lack
trouble
reaction
damage

D
Complete with one of the noun + preposition combinations above.
1. There is a interest in this subject. They feel unmotivated.
2. His the nutritional programme was positive.
3. I can buy the coat now. There was a great the price.
4. I cant find a my problem.

III

Lifelong health-related habits, including physical activity and eating patterns, are
often established in childhood. Because unsuitable behaviours are difficult to
change as people grow older. Public health measures need to reach young people
early, before health-damaging behaviours are adopted.
What can be done at schools?
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Write a composition (about 100 words) about measures that schools must
create to improve students healthy eating habits.
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Name No. Class
Teacher Date Evaluation

News item A

Plan to licence smokers: A radical plan to persuade


people to stop smoking, take more exercise and change
their diets was proposed last night by the leading
British Government adviser. In a speech to the Royal
Statistical Society last night, Professor Le Grand said 5

instead of requiring people to make healthy choices by


giving up smoking, taking more exercise and eating less
salt policies should be framed so the healthy option is
automatic and people have to choose deliberately to
depart from it. Among his suggestions are a proposal 10

for a smoking permit, which smokers would have to


produce when buying cigarettes, an "exercise hour" to
be provided by all large companies for their employees
and a ban on salt in processed food.
Source: Independent (23 October 2007)
News item B

Smoking banned in cars with kids: California motorists risk fines of up to $100 if
they are caught smoking in cars with minors, making their state the third to protect
children in vehicles from secondhand smoke. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on
Wednesday signed a bill that will make it an infraction to smoke in a vehicle if
someone under age 18 is present. But the traffic stop would have to be made for 5

another offence, such as speeding or an illegal turn, before the driver could be cited for
smoking.
Source: Associated Press (11 October 2007)

I
A
Read the two newspaper articles and complete the table below. (Focus on
smoking, not other problems.)

ARTICLE A ARTICLE B
What?
Where?
When?
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Who?
Why?
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B
Answer these questions about the first news item.
1. What three things should people do to be healthy?

2. Why is eating less salt good advice for most people?

3. What is your opinion about this plan?

C
Complete the sentences about the second news item.
1. California drivers cant smoke in their cars if
2. The fine can reach
3. Arnold Schwarzenegger is
4. A bill was signed to prevent

D
Match the words on the left with the correct correspondents on the right
(article A).
radical 1 a abandoning, desisting, stopping

requiring 2 b conceived
giving up 3 c choice
framed 4 d favouring drastic changes
option 5 e allow
permit 6 f demanding

E
Complete the table with the suitable words.

NOUN VERB ADJECTIVE ADVERB


deliberately
legal
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suggestion
persuade
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F
Complete with the missing words.

Jumbled words:
food banned exempt members pubs factories plans public

Smoking ban proposed for England


Smoking could be (1) in every cafe, restaurant and most
(2) in England in four years under (3)
unveiled by the government on Tuesday.
The White Paper on Public Health plans to make most enclosed (4)

areas, including offices and (5) , smoke-free.


Only private clubs, where (6) voted to allow smoking, and pubs
which do not serve prepared (7) would be (8) .

II
A
Report the following, using the reporting verbs in brackets.
1. I think smoking affects just about every part of the body. (say)

2. I participated in a debate about smoking and I learnt a lot. (inform)

3. I will include all this information in my portfolio. (add)

4. I am reading a very interesting book about giving up smoking. (tell)

5. I have been working hard since January. (explain)

B
Report the following questions, using ask.
1. Have you joined this project recently?

2. Do you belong to one of these banning groups?

3. Which is the largest organization?

4. Where did you meet the governor?


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C
Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets in the right tense.
1. If you join the programme, you (have) a good chance of recovery.
2. If she had free time, she (drive) the kids to school.
3. If you read the guidelines attentively, you (be) well informed about
this initiative.
4. If I had the qualifications required, I (get involved) in such a project.

III

How can I help my friend to quit smoking?


What can you say to your friend?
How much support can you give?
What arguments can you use?
How effective can you be?

Write about 100 words on this matter.

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Name No. Class
Teacher Date Evaluation

Read the following text carefully.

Is extra cash worth


the hassle?
Time. It's something few of us ever have enough of. We're
constantly following strict schedules, and unfortunately, our
jobs, school, work, sports, clubs and other activities take away
from what used to be "family time."
Recently, when my maths teacher asked how many of us have 5

part-time jobs, it became apparent that those who don't are a


minority. It's almost become an expected part of our lives. There
are few who haven't heard, "So when are you going to find
yourself a job?"
The fact is, most teens want to work, even though many can't 10

stand their jobs. Money means being able to have fun money
means being able to go out when you want
This year has been very different, because my brother and I both got part-time jobs
over the summer. I'm a cashier at a grocery store, and he washes dishes. Both jobs pay
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one of our parents is at a meeting or we're out with friends. We're constantly on the go.
Last week, my family sat down at the dinner table, together. I looked at everyone and
said, "Wow, this is the first time we've eaten together in over a month!" I thought it
was a little sad, because this was something we used to do almost every night. That
time spent sitting at the dinner table sharing our days is now used to fit the puzzle 20

pieces of our busy lives together.


Since being employed has become expected of teens, American families are being
pulled apart. Jobs take away time that could be spent with family. Although many
teens don't want to admit it, their parents and family are probably the most influential
and important people in their lives. Teens may not always want to listen, but the truth 25

is that most of the time, they're right.


Don't get me wrong; having a job does have positive aspects. For example, teens learn
how to satisfy customers' needs and how to cooperate with employers and co-workers,
things that cannot be learned in a classroom. However, I don't think teens should
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Nicole A Williamsville, NY (abridged) www.teenink.com/


senior high school (l. 30) (also senior high) (in the US) a school for young people between the ages of 14 and 18
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A
Say whether these statements are true or false. Correct the false ones.
1. American teens lead a very busy life.

2. Most young people work because they love their jobs.

3. Both Nicole and her brother earned high salaries.

4. Nicoles family have dinner together every night.

5. She misses dinner time when the whole family talked about their days.

6. Only older students should have a job.

B
Read the text again and circle the best option in the context.
1. hassle (title)
a) argument
b) trouble
c) problem
2. strict schedules (l. 2)
a) very exact and clearly
defined timetables
b) demanding rules
c) stressed lifestyles
3. cant stand (ll. 10/11)
a) dont much like
b) have to sit down at
c) hate
4. grocery store (l. 14)
a) grocers
b) supermarket
c) mall
5. slightly (l. 15)
a) few
b) little
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C
Check your general understanding of the text by answering these questions.
1. Is it common for American teenagers to have part-time jobs? Support your answer
with a quotation from the text.

2. In what way does working part-time affect American families?

3. What are the advantages of having a part-time job?

D
What do these people do for a living? Write the name of each job.

1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6.

E
What do these people do? Write complete sentences.
1. An architect
2. A veterinarian
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3. A pilot
4. A dressmaker
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A
Write down nouns formed from these words.
1. employ 4. punctual
2. operate 5. happy
3. archaeology 6. agree

B
Complete these sentences with the past perfect simple or continuous.
1. She got a job in New York after she (move) from Dallas.
2. Nicole (write) two magazine articles by teatime.
3. How long (she / work) before she got a rest?
4. They (wait) for half an hour when the bus finally arrived.
5. We went back home at six. We (study) all day.
6. They (just / have) breakfast when the phone rang.

C
Complete with the gerund or the infinitive (with or without to).
1. Im interested in (learn) a foreign language.
2. Im glad (see) you.
3. Most people enjoy (travel) abroad.
4. Her boss doesnt allow her (use) the telephone.
5. She is too young (choose) a career.
6. He makes me (laugh) all the time.

D
Combine the two sentences into one by using a relative pronoun. Omit the
pronoun whenever possible.
1. She is a writer. I admire her articles.
2. The woman is my teacher. She came to the cinema with us.
3. We live in a big flat. Its not far from the city centre.
4. This is the nice girl. I met her in New York.

III
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Composition
Whats your dream job and why? Write about 100 words on the subject.
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Name No. Class
Teacher Date Evaluation

Read the following text carefully.

Anne, 15
The future The 21st century is going
communication. You see
to be the age of
, now we can talk
Read what these three young people to people all over
the globe. The
think about the future. neighbours are no longe
r the people who
live next door. Friends ca
n be people you
have never met in the fle
sh but you talk
to ever y day. The Inter
net lets you pick
and choose your virtual
neighbours and
friends from a cast of m
illions across the
globe.
Earths already a small pla
ce, but it will be
even smaller in 30 or 40
years. Perhaps
well even have a wo
rld government,
which could take decis
ions about issues
like war and ecology. Th
at would be a
good idea, dont you think
?

Alan, 18
Fred, 14 Everythings change, chan
ge, these days.
ture. Whats the
I dont care about the fu People seem to think
that progress is
it? Im young. I
point of thinking about always a good thing. W
ell, perhaps Im
my friends, play
just want to go out with old-fashioned but thats
not how I see it.
time. You must
football and have a good In my opinion we need
fewer inventions
ur exams, my
work hard and pass yo and machines, not mor
e. Maybe then
youll never get
parents say. Other wise people would spend m
ore time with
wont be able to
to University. Then you their families. Becaus
e that s what
thout a job, how
get a good job. And wi matters, you know fam
ily life and all
s of money?
are you going to make lot this progress is destroying
it.
e, but the future
They re right, I suppos
ht? What really
can take care of itself, rig
orrow.
matters is today, not tom
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I
A
Read the sentences below and decide who said the following:
1. Progress has a negative effect on family life.
2. The 21st century will be the age of communication.
3. We should slow down technological development.
4. Your neighbours and friends can be people who live very far away.
5. I dont worry about the future.
6. Although I agree with my parents opinions, I only care about today, not tomorrow.

B
Find words or phrases in the texts that mean the following.
1. select carefully (1st text)
2. neighbours that seem real but to you they only appear in computerized form (1st text)

3. have fun (2nd text)


4. I assume (2nd text)
5. believing in old ideas, customs, etc. (3rd text)
6. is important (3rd text)

C
Complete these sentences according to the information given in the texts.
1. Our neighbours are no
because
2. Im too young
3. If you dont work hard,
4. You wont make lots of money
5. I dont think progress
6. Family life

D
What is the three peoples attitude towards the future?
Are they pessimistic about the future, optimistic about the future or indifferent to
the future? Justify your answer.

1. Anne
2. Fred
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A
Match the words with their explanations.
text message 1 a A code used to gain access to a locked
system.

e-mail 2 b A name you choose for yourself that lets


you get into certain places on the web.

blog 3 c The main web page for a business,


organization, person or simply the main
page out of a collection of web pages.

password 4 d Message, usually text, sent from one


person to another via computer.

homepage 5 e A list of places you visit the most.

username 6 f A written message that you send using a


mobile phone.

chat room 7 g A journal that is available on the web.

favourites 8 h A web page that contains a large window


into which you can type text, enabling a real-
-time conversation between many people at
the same time.
B
Cross the odd word out.
1. monitor screen type menu
2. laptop download modem e-mail
3. voicemail pager cordless phone smoke detector
4. walkman blender dishwasher coffee machine
5. camcorder iPod outdoor camera games console

III
A
Form new verbs by adding a prefix.
1. understand
2. approve
3. decorate
4. agree
5. interpret
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B
Complete the sentences with will, be going to or the present continuous.
1. My parents (buy) a laptop next week.
2. Be careful! You (spill) your tea.
3. I'm certain he (do) a good job.
4. My friends and I (meet) at the caf tonight.

C
Rewrite these sentences, starting them as suggested.
1. The computer has changed our lifestyles.
Our lifestyles
2. Virtual travelling fascinates many people.
Many people
3. A cyberfriend sent me an e-mail.
I
4. Many people decide to go on holiday so that they can do a course.
Many people decide to go on holiday in order to
5. Do you often get lost in cyberspace?
The interviewer asked Peter if
6. Yesterday I saw something curious on the Internet.
Peter told the interviewer
7. We were having a very interesting conversation. It was difficult for me to leave the
chat room.
As we were having

IV

Composition
What do you think about the future?
Is it exciting, frightening or may be
even both?
In about 100 words, give your opinion
on the subject.
Say if you care or dont care about the
future and if you are optimistic or
pessimistic about tomorrow. You may also
refer to the effects of technology on our
lives.
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Name No. Class
Teacher Date Evaluation

Read the following text carefully.

Becoming a Volunteer

Some people know exactly what they want to do all they need is a telephone number
and away they go. But for most people, the choice can be intimidating.
There are lots of reasons why you may want to become a volunteer: maybe you are
looking to develop new skills, try out different types of work or add some experience
to your CV to help in getting a job. 5

Maybe you just want to get out of the house, or you want to meet new people. Maybe
you even feel strongly that you want to help other people, do something to improve
services or facilities in your area in short, do something worthwile.
Many people wrongly associate volunteering with 'do-gooders' or people who can't
mind their own business. Although of course volunteers do much that is good, they 10

often do so because they are simply following an interest.


One important thing to remember is that you don't have to be completely worthy
about being a volunteer. However, you will receive much satisfaction from giving your
time, as volunteering can be very rewarding.
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probably be invited along for a chat or in some cases a more formal interview.
You will probably have to fill in an application form but don't be put off by this it is
as much for your benefit as for the organisations. You don't want to be volunteering in
a situation which isn't right for you and nor does the organisation.
Probably you will have to give details of your interests, experience, skills and perhaps 20
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your plans for the future. A bit like a job application form really!
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A
Say whether these sentences are true or false. Correct the false ones.
1. Many young people are really sure about their future lives.

2. To become a volunteer can help you to make up your mind.

3. Working as a volunteer can be a good experience.

4. Volunteers are people with defined objectives.

5. The first step to be a volunteer is to find an organisation.

6. Its not necessary to give any details about yourself, just your name and age.

B
Match the words on the left with the right equivalent or explanation on
the right.
add (l. 4) 1 a that is valuable, worth doing
worthwhile (l. 8) 2 b chance
associate (l. 9) 3 c a very small part
do-gooders (l. 9) 4 d advantage
opportunity (l. 15) 5 e informal conversation
chat (l. 16) 6 f include
benefit (l. 18) 7 g make a connection in your mind between
one thing or person and another
a bit (l. 21) 8 h people who like to help the others, but
may be unrealistic

C
Complete the table with the
WORDS OPPOSITES
right opposites of the following
words from the text. 1. different (l. 4)
2. get out (l. 6)
3. new (l. 6)
4. strongly (l. 7)
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5. improve (l. 7)
6. wrongly (l. 9)
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D
Answer these questions with complete answers.
1. What do people look for in a volunteer service?

2. How can that experience be profitable?

3. Are volunteers just do-gooders? Explain.

4. What is it necessary to do first to become a volunteer?

5. Why is it important to give details of your interests?

E
Complete the following paragraph with the jumbled words that are under it.
Voluntary work is not necessarily (1) work. Some
(2) do give stipends, salaries, room and board etc. However, to
receive a (3) , you must have a specific (4) , with at least
two years of (5) work experience in that field. Salaries are only
allowances which are based on the local (6) of living, and therefore,
which cover your living (7) . With these organisations,
(8) are expected to give a minimum commitment of at least two
years. Along with (9) allowance, travel expenses and
(10) costs are also paid for.

relevant insurance monthly cost unpaid


volunteers salary expenses qualification organisations

II
A
Here you have some meanings of the phrasal verb to call.
call by visit briefly when passing
call in request the return of
call off draw away; cancel
call out to summon into action; to call loudly
call up telephone

Use them in the following sentences.


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2. A group of volunteers had an accident. Theyve the risky project.


3. My house is on your way to work but you never to say hello!
4. the children for lunch in the garden.
5. The projects director them to
provide them with the necessary information.

B
Rephrase the following.
1. He changed his lifestyle but he maintained his values and beliefs.
Although .
2. Although she is an emotional girl, she makes her own decisions.
Despite .
3. Although adolescence is a period of great changes, there are teenagers who arent
influenced by other people.
In spite of .
4. They like to make decisions but they dont see the dark side of that.
Although .

C
Complete the sentences with the suitable modal verb.
1. you say this again, this time more slowly?
2. I think you check all the details about the event again.
3. You give my money back next week. I need it urgently.
4. I have another cup of tea, please?
5. We not park the car here. It is a forbidden zone.

III

As a volunteer you will spend time with a child


reading, talking and playing games, boosting the
child's literacy and self-esteem. Valuable training is
provided and young people from all backgrounds
are encouraged to apply (no qualifications are
required). Volunteers must be able to attend their
term-time sessions reliably for a minimum of one
school year.
Would you like to work in this project? Why? /
Why not?
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Write about 100 words about your acceptance


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WORKSHEETS

WORKSHEET 1 B
A 2. He didnt use to read newspapers, but now he does.
(1) arrived (7) bought 3. He didnt use to work in a laboratory, but he does
(2) was (8) stayed now.
(3) travelled (9) wasnt 4. He used to do gymnastics, but he doesnt now.
(4) did (10) was able to 5. He used to wear casual clothes, but he doesnt now.
(5) visited (11) flew 6. He didnt use to drive a car, but he does now.
(6) went 7. He didnt use to listen to classical music, but now
he does.
B 8. He used to go to music festivals, but he doesnt now.
9. He used to eat spicy food, but he doesnt now.
1. Where did you go?
2. Who did you go with? WORKSHEET 4
3. How did you travel?
A
4. How long did you stay there?
5. Where did you stay? 1. She has just had a shower.
6. What did you do? 2. He has just drunk a glass of milk.
7. What places did you visit? 3. He has just run.
8. What did you like about London? 4. They have just played tennis.
9. What means of transport did you use? 5. He has just read a book.
10. Did you enjoy your trip? 6. They have just watched TV.

WORKSHEET 2 B
A 1. has been waiting
1. was going 6. were doing 2. have been doing
2. were dressing up 7. Were you painting 3. has been teaching
3. wasnt having 8. Were they sleeping 4. have been watching
4. was making 9. Was Brigitte sitting 5. has been working
5. wasnt driving 6. has been trying
7. has been losing
B 8. has been talking
9. have been doing
1. was watching; went 10. has been snowing
2. called; was just thinking 11. has been raining
3. were you doing; started 12. have been surfing
4. wasnt waiting; arrived 13. have been running
5. didnt know; asked
6. was writing; was reading WORKSHEET 5
7. came; was cleaning
A
8. were running; saw
9. did he leave; had Form Have / Has + been + present participle (-ing form)
10. didnt see; were talking Use Present perfect continuous

WORKSHEET 3 B
A
1. a 5. a 9. b
1. used to be 5. used to travel 2. b 6. b 10. a
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2. used to eat 6. used to drive 3. b 7. b 11. a


3. used to go 7. used to have 4. a 8. b 12. a
4. Did you use to play 8. didn't use to like
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WORKSHEET 6 3. He explained he didnt go to school because he was


A ill.
4. He declared he was late because he had caught the
Form Past perfect / Had + past participle wrong bus to school.
Use Past perfect 5. She admitted she hadnt had time to read the whole
story.
B 6. They told me they were studying hard for the next
1. understood had read test.
2. had studied moved 7. He informed the detective he had been talking to
3. tried couldnt John when they saw the accident.
4. arrived had started 8. She added Peter was ill, so she was going to visit
5. was had worked him.
6. ate had made 9. He insisted he would call his father.
7. brought hadnt ordered 10. She announced the manager had flown to Brazil the
8. came had spoken previous week.
9. Had eaten went 11. He promised he would do his best in the test next
10. Had read signed day.
11. had finished arrived 12. She said she had spent all her pocket money on a
12. met hadnt seen CD the previous Friday.
13. had hadnt bought 13. He mentioned he didnt mind watching TV but
14. lost hadnt practised there were things he liked better.
15. realised had met 14. She explained she had just seen an old friend of
16. got found had broken hers.
15. He admitted he hadnt been expecting my visit.
WORKSHEET 7 16. He asked her what she thought of his new car.
A 17. She asked him where he had parked his car.
18. Clare asked Andrew if she could use his mobile.
WORDS PREPOSITIONS 19. She asked him if he had ever been to Japan.
a need for 20. He asked her if she had seen the film on TV the
an advantage of previous night.
a reaction to
a rise in
WORKSHEET 9
a cause of A
lack of 1. f 6. n 11. g
interest in 2. k 7. o 12. a
reduction in 3. m 8. e 13. c
sympathy for 4. i 9. j 14. d
5. l 10. h 15. b
B
1. in 9. to B
2. in 10. of
1. If I applied for the job, I would get it.
3. towards 11. for
2. If my friend stayed longer in London, I would visit
4. in 12. at/by to
him.
5. to 13. to 3. If he got up earlier, he would arrive on time.
6. of 14. with 4. I would be very happy if my friends came to my
7. for 15. of birthday party.
8. in 5. If she earned more money, she wouldnt have so
many difficulties.
WORKSHEET 8
6. If it wasnt so late, I would go to the show.
A 7. If he played in the team, they would win the match.
8. We will visit the Art gallery if we have time.
1. He said he liked going to the cinema with his
9. If they had enough money, they would buy a new
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computer.
2. She said that the day before she had bought a new
10. If she called the police, everything would be clearer.
mobile phone.
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11. We would play basketball if we didnt have lessons WORKSHEET 13
on Wednesday afternoon. A
12. They will go to Madrid if their team plays there.
1. are made 6. will be replaced
WORKSHEET 10 2. was written 7. had been paid
A 3. will be used 8. was sent
4. have been driven 9. must be fed
1. b 6. a
5. are going to be taught
2. a 7. a
3. b 8. b B
4. a 9. a
5. b 10. a 1. The magazine will be sent to you in a few days.
2. The white house was sold last week.
WORKSHEET 11 3. Paper is made from wood.
A 4. The letters have been taken to the post office.
5. Forests should be protected from fire.
1. to start 5. to follow
6. This questionnaire can be answered by anyone.
2. to be 6. to learn
7. Mobile phones shouldnt be used by children.
3. to go 7. to take
8. My phone was being repaired by the technician.
4. to come
WORKSHEET 14
B
A
1. a 4. b
1. will never be; will have 9. will make
2. b/c 5. b
2. wont be 10. will replace
3. c 6. b/c
3. will taste 11. will teach
WORKSHEET 12 4. will disappear; will belong 12. wont see
5. will solve 13. wont be printed
A
6. will live 14. will become
Not necessary 7. will have 15. wont be
1. that; 2. which; 3. that; 5. that 8. will be 16. will get

B
WORKSHEET 15
1. The trainers (that/which) my grandfather bought
A
for me dont fit me.
2. The boy we met at the party is a famous footballer. 1. Can will 14. ll/will might
3. The historical film I watched last night was very 2. must 15. should
long. 3. could 16. Shall can
4. The new words I have to learn are very difficult to 4. could 17. can cant/cannot
pronounce. 5. May/Can 18. should
5. The spaghetti Bolognese we ate at the restaurant 6. should 19. must
was delicious. 7. may 20. must
6. The woman (who is) sitting at the desk in front of 8. may 21. can must
us is my mothers secretary. 9. should 22. should
7. The city that/which is usually crowded with people 10. might 23. Can
seems to be abandoned. 11. may 24. must
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8. I dont know the song the band is singing. 12. should 25. May/Can
9. Theres something you should know. 13. must
10. Children who/that play with fire can get burnt.
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ANSWER KEY
PROGRESS TESTS

PROGRESS TEST 1 III


I A
A 1. impatient 3. unreliable
1. Ive always liked travelling. My parents have both 2. irresponsible 4. unlucky
travelled a lot and I guess that I wanted to follow B
their example.
2. At first I travelled in Asia with my friend, Alex, 1. excited 3. exhausted
and then met up with another surfing friend from 2. interesting
home in Australia. C
3. The first time the real fear hit me was just as the
plane was about to land in Bangkok. 1. saw; was taking
4. I clearly remember how beautiful it all seemed 2. was buying; met
from the sky. It was a rich, dense green nothing 3. was dreaming; woke
like Europe. 4. was eating; knocked
5. Every day in South East Asia was a new experience. 5. were you doing; was working out
You learn new things about the way the world 6. didnt know; asked
works D
B 1. used to go 3. didnt use to like
1. realized 2. lonely 3. to land 2. did you use to play 4. used to be
4. backpackers 5. freezing
C IV
1. He spent eight months away altogether four Personal answer.
months in South East Asia (Thailand, Cambodia,
Laos, Vietnam), three months in Australia, and PROGRESS TEST 2
then a final month back in Thailand. I
2. He went to Australia to go surfing. A
3. He was fourteen when he started surfing.
4. Because he can surf perfect waves in warm water 1. True.
instead of the freezing water temperatures of 2. False. It is set in Barcelona, Spain.
England. 3. False. She talks about music and her movie career.
5. He met a young Thai boy. He only talked to him 4. True.
for about twenty minutes, but he learned a lot about 5. False. She thinks New York is a great city to make a film.
the culture that surrounded him. 6. False. Shes releasing her debut album now.

II B
A 1. d 2. a 3. f
1. intersection/crossroads 4. b 5. c 6. e
2. road signs C
3. seatbelt
4. (underground) railway 1. Shes an actress and a singer.
5. motorway 2. Shes making Woody Allens latest film.
6. hitch-hiking 3. She can see her friends after work, go home and
sleep in her own bed, so it's a great pleasure.
B
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4. She wanted to be in musicals because shes always


1. fare 3. flight loved to sing.
2. ticket 4. accommodation 5. Personal answer.

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II C
A
1. separately 5. moderate
1. horror film 4. musical 2. irresponsible 6. harm
2. western 5. adventure/romance 3. increase 7. inactive
3. science fiction/action film 6. animated cartoon 4. low 8. rapidly/quickly/fast
B D
1. movie 3. thriller 1. To be healthy we should do exercise and have a
2. director 4. setting varied diet.
2. Because physical exercise prevents some health
III problems.
A 3-5. Personal answers.
1. careful/careless 4. expensive 6. Because if we eat properly but we dont exercise,
2. attractive 5. jobless well have health problems.
3. beautiful 6. painful/painless 7. A great part of our health problems can be avoided.

B II
A
1. irregular 3. untidy
2. illogical 4. insensitive 1. have displaced 4. facilitate
C 2. is required 5. considers
3. encourage
1. bored 3. exhausted
B
2. boring 4. amusing
D 1. Have engaged
2. has adopted
1. did she start 3. has been training
2. was buying; left 4. have been practising
3. did you go 5. has joined
4. did not take 6. have been waiting
5. were you talking; came
6. was he wearing C
7. were you rushing off; saw
NOUN PREPOSITION
E
solution to
1. Films used to be in black-and-white.
2. Did the pictures use to be shown on very small screens? reduction in
2. Audiences didnt use to know the names of their lack of
favourite actors.
trouble with
IV reaction to
Personal answer. damage to

PROGRESS TEST 3 D
I 1. lack of 3. reduction in
A 2. reaction to 4. solution to

1. F Chronic illnesses decrease the quality of life. III


2. T
3. F Physical activity reduces the risk of heart attacks. Personal answer.
4. T
5. T
B
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PROGRESS TEST 4 4. She told me she was reading a very interesting book
about giving up smoking.
I
5. He explained he had been working hard since
A January.

ARTICLE A ARTICLE B B
Plan to licence Smoking banned 1. He asked if I had joined that project recently.
What?
smokers in cars with kids. 2. She asked if I belonged to one of those banning
Where? The UK The USA groups.
3. She asked which organization was the largest.
When? October 2007 October 2007
4. He asked where I had met the governor.
Government Arnold 5. He asked if I wouldnt reply to those proposals.
Who?
adviser Schwarznegger C
To promote To promote 1. will have 3. will be
Why?
peoples health childrens health 2. would drive 4. would get involved

B III
Personal answer.
1. People should stop smoking, take more exercise and
change their diets. PROGRESS TEST 5
2. Because excess of salt causes high blood pressure. I
3. It is important to make people think of the A
consequences of some mistakes.
1. T
C 2. F. Many cant stand their jobs.
1. they transport minors. 3. F. Both jobs paid slightly more than the minimum
2. $100. wage.
3. the governor of the State of California. 4. F. They had dinner together only once the month
4. adults from smoking when they drive their car before.
with someone under the age of 18. 5. T
6. T
D
B
1. d; 2. f; 3. a; 4. b; 5. c; 6. e
1. b; 2. a; 3. c; 4. a; 5. c
E
C
deliberation deliberate deliberate deliberately
legality legalise legalistic legally 1. Yes, it is. Recently, when minority.
suggestion suggest suggestible suggestively 2. As most teenagers are employed, they cant spend
persuasion persuade persuasive persuasively much time with their families, so Nicole thinks
families are being pulled apart.
F 3. Young people learn how to satisfy customers' needs
1. banned 5. factories and how to cooperate with employers and co-workers.
2. pubs 6. members D
3. plans 7. food
4. public 8. exempt 1. mechanic 4. librarian (assistant)
2. hairdresser 5. baby-sitter
II 3. computer operator 6. waitress
A E
1. He said he thought smoking affected just about 1. An architect designs buildings and supervises their
every part of the body. construction.
2. She informed us she had participated in a debate 2. A veterinarian is skilled in the treatment of animal
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about smoking and she had learnt a lot. diseases and injuries.
3. He added he would include all that information in 3. A pilot operates the controls of an aircraft.
his portfolio. 4. A dressmaker makes womens clothes.
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II 2. Fred is indifferent to the future. He says that he
A doesnt care about the future.
3. Alan is pessimistic about the future. He thinks
1. employer/employee/employment progress is destroying family life.
2. operator/operation
3. archaeologist II
4. punctuality A
5. happiness 1. f; 2. d; 3. g; 4. a; 5. c; 6. b; 7. h; 8. e
6. agreement
B
B
1. type 4. walkman
1. had moved 4. had been waiting 2. download 5. outdoor camera
2. had written 5. had been studying 3. smoke detector
3. had she been working 6. had just had
C III
A
1. learning 4. to use
2. to see 5. to choose 1. misunderstand 4. disagree
3. travelling 6. laugh 2. disapprove 5. misinterpret
D 3. redecorate
B
1. She is a writer whose articles I admire.
2. The woman who came to the cinema with us is my 1. are going to buy 3. will do
teacher. 2. are going to spill 4. are meeting/are
3. We live in a big flat, which is not far from the city centre. going to meet
4. This is the nice girl I met in New York. C

III 1. Our lifestyles have been changed by the computer.


Personal answer. 2. Many people are fascinated by virtual travelling.
3. I was sent an e-mail by a cyberfriend.
PROGRESS TEST 6 4. Many people decide to go on holiday in order to do
I a course.
A 5. The interviewer asked Peter if he often got lost in
cyberspace.
1. Alan 4. Anne
6. Peter told the interviewer that he had seen something
2. Anne 5. Fred
curious on the Internet the day before.
3. Alan 6. Fred
7. As we were having a very interesting conversation,
B it was difficult for me to leave the chat room.
1. pick and choose 4. I suppose
IV
2. virtual neighbours 5. old-fashioned
3. have a good time 6. matters Personal answer.

C PROGRESS TEST 7
I
1. longer the people who live next door because we A
can meet them on the Internet.
2. to care about the future. 1. F Some people know exactly what they want to
3. you wont get to University. do but for most of them the choice is difficult.
4. if you dont get a good job. 2. T
5. is always a good thing. 3. T
6. is the most important thing for me. 4. F Volunteers are often people without defined goals.
5. T
D
6. F You will have to give details of your interests,
1. Anne is optimistic about the future. She says that experience, skills and perhaps your plans for the
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well even have a world government, which could future.


take decisions about issues like war and ecology.
She thinks that would be a good idea.
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WORKBOOK

B UNIT 1
1. f); 2. a); 3. g); 4. h); 5. b); 6. e); 7. d); 8. c) C
C 1. d; 2. f; 3. a; 4. h; 5. c; 6. b; 7. e; 8. g
1. similar 4. weakly D
2. get in 5. worsen
1. journey 4. trip
3. old 6. rightly
2. voyage 5. excursion
D 3. tour 6. travel
1. Be helpful, make friends, gain experience. E
2. It can help us in our future career, develop our skills,
make our decision about our future career easier. 1.
3. No, they arent. Sometimes they do voluntary work Past Past
Infinitive Translation
simple participle
in order to achieve an aim.
4. Find an organisation that can offer the type of work leave left left partir
you are interested in, fill in an application form and arrive arrived arrived chegar
decide how many hours you are to work. take (a train, bus,
took taken apanhar
5. Because they can choose a type of work that is plane or taxi)
suitable according to your interests. catch (a train,
caught caught apanhar
bus or plane)
E
miss (a train, bus
missed missed perder
1. unpaid 6. cost or plane)
2. organisations 7. expenses get on (a train,
3. salary 8. volunteers got (on) got (on) entrar
bus or plane)
4. qualification 9. monthly get off (a train,
5. relevant 10. insurance got (off) got (off) sair
bus or plane)
get out of (a car got (out got (out
II or taxi) of) of)
sair

A change (trains,
changed changed mudar
buses, planes)
1. call up 4. Call out
2. called off 5. called up 2.
3. call by 1. take 6. are getting off
2. catch/take 7. got out of
B
3. will miss 8. Get on
1. Although he changed his lifestyle, he maintained 4. are going to leave 9. arrived
his values and beliefs. 5. change
2. Despite being an emotional girl, she makes her own
F
decisions.
3. In spite of the fact that adolescence is a period of Good morning. Can I help you?
great changes, there are teenagers who arent How much is the train fare?
influenced by other people. A return ticket, please.
4. Although they like to make decisions, they dont see Are there any discounts for students?
the dark side of that. Is it cheaper if I book in advance?
C Is there a train that leaves at 7.00 oclock?
Do I have to change?
1. Can; 2. should; 3. must; 4. May; 5. must Which platform is the train?
Is there a restaurant car on this train?
III
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G L
1. cartoon 4. western 1.
2. comedy 5. thriller 1. began; joined 7. did not give
3. science fiction film 6. crime/detective film 2. had 8. Did you buy
3. wasnt 9. did he start
H 4. left 10. started
1. The make-up artist is changing the appearance of 5. Did he sing 11. took
the actress by using make-up before filming. 6. wrote
2. The costumier is making the costume for the 2.
performance. 1. What did you do last weekend?
3. The stuntman is doing a dangerous scene instead of 2. Who did you go with?
the actor. 3. How long did it last?
4. The director is telling the actors and everyone else 4. Where did it take place?
what to do. 5. How many people were there?
5. The camera operator is operating the camera 6. When did you leave?
equipment. 7. Why did you go to the festival?
6. The sound technician is controlling the sound. M
7. The set designer is designing the scenery for the film.
Las Vegas
8. The director of photography is instructing the
1. went 8. are
camera operator to take good photographs.
2. was 9. saw
I 3. stayed 10. is
4. is 11. was
People in music 5. could 12. was
Composer, songwriter, conductor, musician, band, 6. has 13. am not
orchestra, drummer, lead singer, keyboard player, choir 7. are 14. packed
Performing N
Play, practise, give a concert
1. Tom was surfing the Net.
Music genres 2. Mr Jervis was helping his son to do his homework.
Rap, reggae, heavy metal, hip hop, hard rock, jazz, folk, 3. George was sending an e-mail.
blues, techno, disco 4. We were beginning to cook dinner.
5. They were exercising in the garage.
J 6. My sister was lying in the sun.
7. I was drawing a beautiful book cover.
1.
O
1. leaves 5. Does your father
2. Does she go watch 1. was watching; heard 5. were you wearing
3. spend 6. watches 2. was sleeping; received 6. werent making
4. doesnt watch 7. Does the film start 3. was sewing; was riding 7. fell; broke; was
4. was opening; ran walking
2. P
1. He never has dinner at seven.
2. Susan rarely goes away at weekends. 1. were 16. took
3. They always appear to be very friendly. 2. had 17. stared
4. He is always late for work. 3. was leaving 18. returned
4. had to 19. caught
5. How often do you go to the theatre?
5. made 20. was
6. How far is it to London from here?
6. smiled 21. walked
7. My father takes his car in for service every six months. 7. took 22. were listening
8. Does it frequently rain in the summer? 8. looked 23. eavesdropped
K 9. had 24. heard
10. were going 25. smiled
1. Are you calling 6. is explaining 11. was 26. asked
2. is mixing 7. studies; is cleaning 12. could 27. carried
13. turned out 28. stepped
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4. rushes 9. Does he talk 14. imagined 29. took
5. is working 15. fell
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Q 3.
1. un- in- im- dis- il- ir-
1. used to 6. Did you use to unfair incorrect impossible dishonest illegal irrational
2. didnt use to 7. Did you use to
unlucky inexpensive impatient dissatisfied illegible irrelevant
3. did you use to 8. Did you use to
uncomfortable incomplete impolite disconnected illogical irregular
4. did you use to 9. used to
5. Did your parents use to 10. didnt use to unhappy incapable immortal disloyal illiberal irresponsible

unsafe insufficient impersonal disorganized illicit irreligious


2.
1. Most people used to go to church on Sunday. They insensitive imperfect displeased irresistible
didnt use to go to music festivals. incredible
2. Some villages didnt use to have electricity. They inflexible
used to have oil lamps.
3. Most people didnt use to go to work by car. They 4.
used to travel by public transport. 2. An answer that is not correct, a wrong answer.
4. Most women used to stay at home. They didnt use 3. A magazine that has not been read.
to have jobs. 4. A journey that is not expensive.
5. Most children used to leave school quite young. 5. A friend who is not loyal or who is unfaithful.
They didnt use to stay at school until they were 16. 6. A plural that doesnt follow the rule.
6. There didnt use to be so many shopping centres. 7. A child who shows a lack of patience.
There used to be small shops.
S
3.
1. There used to be a dressmaker. 1.
2. There didnt use to be a clothes shop. 1. disappointed 6. shocked
3. There used to be a shoemaker. 2. thrilling; thrilled 7. excited
4. There didnt use to be a shoe shop. 3. depressed 8. amusing
5. There used to be a grocers shop. 4. embarrassing 9. amused
6. There didnt use to be a supermarket. 5. astonished 10. exhausted
7. There used to be an old inn. T
8. There didnt use to be a modern hotel.
9. There used to be a bakers shop. 1.
1. d; 2. a; 3. f; 4. b; 5. i; 6. c; 7. e; 8. g; 9. h
R
2.
1.
1. part-time 6. ultra-smart
-ful -less -ive -ing -ian 2. open-air 7. fair-sized
3. old-fashioned 8. light-coloured
careful careless attractive fascinating Brazilian
4. second-hand 9. grown-up
beautiful thoughtless expensive exciting Argentinian 5. good-looking
truthful useless possessive interesting Barbadian
faithful painless creative shocking Canadian UNIT 2
wonderful homeless explosive annoying Egyptian A
thoughtful tactless descriptive worrying Iranian 1. d); 2. b); 3. d); 4. c); 5. d); 6. a); 7. b); 8. b); 9. d); 10. a)
useful helpless frightening Italian B
painful jobless Norwegian
1. T
tactful 2. F. Experts say that our health is related to the food
helpful we eat, our daily food habits.
3. T 4. T 5. T 6. T
2.
C
1. careful 6. wonderful; attractive
2. fascinating 7. faithful 1. In my opinion we should eat bread, rice and pasta.
3. useless 8. creative
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4. exciting 9. careless Milk, fish and meat should be eaten in small
5. Norwegian 10. Egyptian quantities. We should avoid fat things and sweets.
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D 9. was 15. wasnt
10. stopped 16. could
1. losing 6. grains 10. calories 11. had 17. saw
2. weight 7. legumes 11. lower 12. hated 18. decided
3. sweet 8. running 12. nutritious 13. started 19. was
4. fatty 9. gain 13. meal 14. thought 20. became
5. fruits
L
E
1.
1. Use 4. Allow 6. Enjoy 1. have studied 10. has become
2. Eat 5. Choose 7. Eat 2. has known 11. Have read
3. Snack 3. has been 12. has been
F 4. has made 13. have known
5. has worked 14. has bought
We should walk 30 minutes a day.
6. have been 15. Has posted
We should practise sport.
7. have been 16. have heard
We should have a balanced diet.
8. has waited 17. has not paid
We should avoid eating fat food.
9. Have visited 18. have not heard
We should avoid eating sweets.
We should avoid eating big quantities of food. 2.
We should eat fish and meat. 1. Mary has already written a shopping list.
We should eat a lot of vegetables. 2. She hasnt gone to the supermarket yet.
We should eat cereals, rice and pasta. 3. Mary has already phoned her hairdresser.
4. She hasnt bought the flowers yet.
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5. Mary hasnt eaten lunch yet.
Physical activities Advantages 6. She hasnt laid the table yet.
7. Mary has already decorated the house.
run 8. She hasnt made a cake yet.
longer lives
walk M
less risk of heart attacks
gymnastics
low blood pressure
work-out 1. have been driving
low blood cholesterol
ride a bicycle 2. has been working
3. have been doing
4. has been running
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5. have been swimming
1. restaurant 5. coffee 6. have you been sleeping
2. vegetables 6. drinking 7. have been walking
3. eat 7. sweets 8. has been training
4. sport 8. health 9. has been calling
10. have been living
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11. has been studying
1. arrive 9. Do you remember 12. has been raining
2. is reading 10. dont speak 13. has been ringing
3. gets up 11. isnt raining 14. have been looking
4. are trying 12. does he do 15. have you been waiting
5. has 13. is eating
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6. is having 14. is having
7. likes 15. is 1. Have eaten 9. have been listening
8. rains 2. has been working 10. have eaten
3. has talked/has been talking 11. havent phoned
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4. have been discussing 12. hasnt woken
1. became 5. became 5. have you been studying 13. have had
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3. stopped 7. tried 7. have saved 15. have worn
4. was 8. was 8. have been looking
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1. in 6. to
Infinitive Past simple Past participle Translation
2. to 7. With in
run ran run correr 3. with 8. in
tell told told dizer, contar 4. to 9. for
throw threw thrown lanar, atirar 5. towards 10. to
say said said dizer T
deal dealt dealt negociar 1.
fly flew flown voar
Adjective Comparative Superlative
choose chose chosen escolher
tasty tastier the tastiest
catch caught caught apanhar
pretty prettier the prettiest
andar (bicicleta,
ride rode ridden wise wiser the wisest
cavalo)
stand stood stood estar de p sharp sharper the sharpest
wear wore worn usar, vestir imaginative more imaginative the most imaginative
break broke broken partir, quebrar heavy heavier the heaviest
hang hung hung pendurar dangerous more dangerous the most dangerous
fall fell fallen cair pleasant more pleasant the most pleasant
win won won ganhar good better the best
shine shone shone brilhar bad worse the worst
the farthest/ the
P far farther / further
furthest
1. had studied 9. had saved thin thinner the thinnest
2. had left 10. had explained wide wider the widest
3. had made 11. had taken off light lighter the lightest
4. had informed 12. had arrived near nearer the nearest
5. had moved 13. Had returned
2.
6. had read 14. had wasted
1. Buildings in a big city are higher/taller than buildings
7. had participated 15. had visited
in the country.
8. had told
2. Life in the city is busier than life in the country.
Q 3. Weather in Summer is hotter than weather in
Winter.
1. was leaving realized had forgotten
4. The woman is fatter than the girl.
2. told had done
5. Eating fish is healthier than eating a sandwich.
3. took
4. had become 3.
5. arrived had fallen 1. cheaper than
6. said had been 2. healthier than
7. was had been working 3. the easiest
8. ended had left 4. the best
R 5. the most exciting
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1. pick up 9. found
2. shows 10. were 1. for 4. from 7. by 10. of
3. Take 11. have known 2. of 5. in 8. to 11. of
4. throw 12. reduces 3. of 6. of 9. of 12. by
5. have 13. tells
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7. is 15. using
8. can
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UNIT 3 2.
A 1. one another 4. one another
2. each other 5. each other
1. Criminality; violence; racism; xenophobia; fraud; 3. each other 6. one another
homelessness; vandalism.
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B
1. She said she avoided fried food.
1. definitions 6. includes 2. He explained that he spent 30 minutes a day doing
2. chemical 7. substances something he liked.
3. mental 8. normal 3. She said that the previous day she had gone to a
4. repeatedly 9. form vegetarian restaurant.
5. effect 10. control 4. He said that at the moment he was watching a
C funny movie.
5. She said she had warned her friends about the
To enhance good feelings and escape bad ones. dangers of fast food.
Curiosity it looks like fun. 6. He said that sometimes he walked up the stairs
A way to be sociable. instead of taking a lift.
It is accessible and seems harmless. 7. She advised me to take more physical exercise.
To decrease inhibitions. 8. She explained that she had decided to lose some
D weight, so she had started eating fewer sweet things
and she had gone to yoga classes.
1. c); 2. a); 3. b); 4. d)
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E
1.
1.
1. He asked if he liked reading.
Suffix: 2. He asked if he had gone to Italy the previous week.
Verb Noun Translation
-al/-age 3. She asked if he didnt know the answer to that
stop -age stoppage paragem question.
dismiss -al dismissal demisso 4. He asked if she could try that one.
approve -al approval aprovao 5. She asked if he lived near the park.
6. He asked if she could type.
renew -al renewal renovao
7. She asked him if his job gave him many benefits.
post -age postage porte 8. He asked her if she was going to the interview.
recite -al recital rcita 9. He asked if she would visit Brazil the following
store -age storage armazenagem month.
use -age usage uso 10. She asked if he had ever been to Rome.
11. He asked if she was cooking dinner.
reverse -al reversal inverso
12. She asked if I saw the film the day before.

2. 2.
1. This law is applicable in this situation. 1. He asked why I went to the club on Mondays.
2. The machine is repairable. 2. She asked who lived next to his house.
3. This cancer is operable, fortunately. 3. He asked what she was doing at that moment.
4. This water is drinkable. 4. She asked when he was planning to visit Berlin.
5. It is permissible to take photos here. 5. He asked where she had bought her dress.
6. The way to the park is not very accessible. 6. She asked what time the show started.
7. The price is negotiable. 7. She asked him what he would do the following
8. Are you sure the chairman is agreeable to the idea? Saturday night.
9. I think these mushrooms are eatable. 8. He asked her how often she went to dance classes.
10. Playing soccer is very enjoyable. 9. She asked how much his T-shirt cost.
10. He asked what she had been reading.
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11. He asked her how long she had been waiting for
1. him.
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2. herself 5. myself 13. He asked how many people there had been in the
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I 5. I would buy a new one.


6. you would invite him to the party.
1. 7. he would have to spend the Summer studying.
1. He said that I should drink a lot of milk. 8. there wouldnt be enough space.
2. She told me to wait a few moments. 9. I would stay at home.
3. They invited me to join them for lunch.
4. He ordered me to come early. L
5. She invited Peter to tell her his problem. 1. Unless you work harder, you wont be promoted.
6. She told him not to work too hard. 2. Unless they ate enough vitamins, they would have
7. He asked her not to arrive late. health problems.
8. He advised him to keep calm. 3. Unless she speaks slowly, nobody understands her.
9. She told him not to speak so quietly. 4. Unless he got the job, he would have serious trouble
10. He recommended them to eat healthy food. repaying the bank loan.
2. 5. Unless you listen to their advice, you will have a lot
2. Dont wait a few moments! of trouble.
3. Couldnt you join us for lunch? 6. Unless you buy a new car we cant go on holiday.
4. Dont come early! 7. Unless they practised a lot, they would fail.
5. Dont tell me your problem! 8. Unless you read the whole story, you wouldnt have
6. Work too hard! a chance of answering the questions.
7. Arrive late! 9. Unless they knew the answer, they wouldnt raise
8. Dont keep calm! their hands.
9. Speak quietly! 10. Unless you drink less alcohol, you will lose your
10. Dont eat healthy food! driving licence.

1.
1. will meet 6. will have
2. will be 7. will be
3. will overcome 8. will lose
4. is 9. wont have
5. wont go 10. doesnt pay
2.
1. ,we will go to the seaside.
2. , she wont keep fit.
3. , he will have problems.
4. , I wont buy this T-shirt
5. , we will have to wait 50 minutes for the next.
6. , you will phone me.
7. , he wont get the job.
8. , we will go to the market.
9. , you wont be able to get into your house.
10. , the doctor will see them.
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1.
1. would move 5. played
2. wouldnt participate 6. knew
3. would be 7. were
4. would arrive 8. wouldnt make
2.
1. they would live together.
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3. youd visit the beautiful pyramids.
4. we would spend all the weekends there.
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UNIT 4 2.
A 2. electrician/mechanic/carpenter
3. carpenter
1. v; 2. s; 3. d; 4. w; 5. c; 6. b; 7. x; 8. t; 9. g; 10. a; 11. i; 4. pharmacist; chemical engineer
12. u; 13. o; 14. e; 15. k; 16. j; 17. l; 18. q; 19. z; 20. f; 5. teacher; student; disc jockey (DJ)
21. m; 22. h; 23. n; 24. p; 25. y; 26. r 6. doctor; nurse
B 7. photographer
8. hairdresser; barber
1. d; 2. f; 3. a; 4. h; 5. c; 6. j; 7. l; 8. b; 9. o; 10. m; 11. i;
12. g; 13. k; 14. e; 15. n G

C 1.
1. had been running in the park
1. A farmer works in the fields. 2. had been doing the housework
2. A nurse works in a hospital. 3. had been riding his bicycle
3. A shop assistant works in a shop. 4. had been doing overtime
4. A bank clerk works in a bank. 5. had been showing the tourists all the sites
5. A teacher works in a school. 6. had been studying for the English test
6. An architect works in an office. 7. had been cutting the grass
7. A hairdresser works in a salon. 8. had been swimming in the sea
8. A food scientist works in a laboratory.
9. A factory worker works in an industrial estate. 2.
10. A headmaster works in a school. 1. Hadnt the factory workers been working all day?
2. Hadnt they been telling jokes for hours?
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3. Hadnt it been raining since midday?
2. An archaeologist is an expert in archaeology. 4. Hadnt we been planning our summer holiday for
3. An architect is a person who designs buildings and months?
supervises their construction. 5. Hadnt he been driving for hours?
4. A bricklayer is a workman trained and skilled in H
building with bricks.
5. A veterinarian is a person who is skilled in the 1. had graduated
treatment of animal diseases and injuries. 2. had been walking
6. A carpenter is a person whose job is making or 3. had already begun
repairing wooden objects and structures. 4. had not been feeling
7. A construction worker is a workman trained or 5. had they been swimming
skilled in constructing buildings. 6. had she been looking for
8. A dietician is an expert in dietetics. 7. had just finished
9. An economist is an expert in economics. 8. had been talking
10. A medical officer is the person in charge of health 9. had been raining
services in a town or rural district. 10. had finished
11. had been practising
E 12. had phoned
Person Thing I
caretaker cooker
traveller shower 1.
foreigner lighter Noun Noun
firefighter saucer discussion happiness
farmer notepaper agreement similarity
greengrocer scooter decision difference
designer typewriter television equality
lawyer government punctuality
interpreter hesitation weakness
driver organisation popularity
information sadness
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1. translation stupidity
1. c; 2. e; 3. f; 4. a; 5. b; 6. d; 7. h; 8. g spelling
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2. 7. to start 10. talking


2. historian 8. employer 8. crying 11. to reach
3. painter 9. interpreter 9. to hear 12. saying
4. lawyer 10. reporter
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5. biologist 11. editor
6. physicist 12. gardener 1. whose 8. who
7. designer 2. who/that 9.
3. 10. whose
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4. whose 11. that/which
1. is 10. was 5. who 12. whose
2. knows 11. has come 6. whose 13.
3. wants 12. doesnt shy 7.
4. isnt 13. doesnt deny
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5. was 14. encourages
6. told 15. want 1. The boy who/that is now in the playground was
7. got 16. is studying in the library.
8. was 17. wants 2. The girl who/that lives in Bristol sent me an e-mail.
9. landed 3. She is a teacher (who/whom) I like very much.
4. He is the writer whose books I admire.
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5. Hes the nice boy I met in London.
1. a; 2. g; 3. e; 4. h; 5. i; 6. b; 7. j; 8. f; 9. c; 10. d 6. Shes a Portuguese girl who/that loves Scotland.
7. They live in a big house (which/that is) not far from
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school.
1. use 4. rain 8. Hes going out with a girl whose brother is my
2. behave 5. help friend.
3. apply 6. drive 9. This is the video game I bought yesterday.
M 10. My friend who/that sent me a postcard is on holiday.
11. Shes the girl who/that lives in Lisbon.
1. to invite 8. to decorate/decorate 12. They work in a shop which/that sells womens clothes.
2. to hear 9. to hear 13. The bicycle (which/that is) in the garden belongs to
3. try; to be 10. to take up my little sister.
4. exercise 11. come 14. I know a boy whose father is an engineer.
5. to accept 12. to spend 15. The man who/that came to the cinema with us is
6. go 13. to play my teacher.
7. laugh 14. take 16. The answer you gave (to) me was wrong.
N R
1. Suggestions
1. Listening 7. understanding 1. I was born.
2. studying 8. waiting 2. you used to play with dolls?
3. shopping; washing up 9. hearing 3. you left me.
4. skiing 10. solving 4. you didnt come to my birthday party?
5. interrupting 11. stealing 5. you saw the black cat?
6. watching 12. playing
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2.
1. saw 8. did
1. He admitted stealing the money.
2. think 9. split up
2. You always avoid taking responsibility.
3. have been playing 10. am looking
3. They confessed to planting the bomb on the bus.
4. was 11. am
4. The President dislikes answering questions.
5. joined 12. to come
5. I cant stand his stupid boasting.
6. have already played 13. give
O 7. am enclosing
1. to use 4. pretending
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2. walking; telling 5. to go
1. d; 2. f; 3. a; 4. h; 5. c; 6. g; 7. e; 8. i; 9. b; 10. j
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U 6. Lots of young people use chat rooms so that they
can meet new people.
(1) whose (7) ruthless 7. I left a message so that he would know where I was.
(2) fashion (8) challenge
(3) earn (9) Nevertheless G
(4) elegant (10) rhythm 1. because 4. because of
(5) extremely (11) leaving 2. because 5. because of
(6) plain (12) preoccupied 3. because of 6. because of

UNIT 5 H
A 1.
1. While 4. however
1. a; 2. b; 3. a; 4. b; 5. a; 6. b; 7. b; 8. a; 9. b; 10. a; 2. whereas 5. on the other hand
11. b; 12. a 3. by contrast
B
2.
1. c; 2. e; 3. b; 4. d; 5. f; 6. a 1. While Sue goes to a secondary school, her brother
1. d; 2. a; 3. e; 4. b; 5. h; 6. g; 7. f; 8. c goes to a college.
2. Paul is a computer addict while Mary hates
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computers.
Advantages: 1. d; 2. a; 3. b; 4. c 3. They like films that make them laugh whereas we
Disadvantages: 1. c; 2. a; 3. e; 4. f; 5. b; 6. d; 7. i; 8. g; 9. h prefer science fiction films.
4. I would like to study abroad; however, I dont want
D
to leave my homeland.
1. Dont give 4. Dont accept 5. A few people are very rich; the majority, however,
2. Dont meet up 5. Remember are very poor.
3. Dont go
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E
1.
1. addressee; street; town; country; postcode 1. a; 2. c; 3. a; 4. c; 5. b; 6. a; 7. b; 8. c
2. 1. c; 2. d; 3. a; 4. b; 5. f; 6. e
3.
3. 1. d; 2. f; 3. b; 4. a; 5. c; 6. e
1. Robots are made from strong metal.
4. writing; write; senders; left-hand; receivers;
2. Robots are used by factories today because they are
written; into; stick; post office; where; weigh; stick;
more reliable than people.
stamp; right-hand; much; pay; way
3. The most difficult jobs will be done by robots.
F 4. Human beings will never be attacked by robots.
5. The factory had to be closed because the firm went
1.
bankrupt.
2. My mother went to school to meet/have a meeting
6. This dress was made in Spain.
with the headmaster.
7. Part of the tunnel must be blown up.
3. We do gymnastics to relax.
8. The problem is being solved now.
4. They went on holiday to rest/have a rest.
9. The students were allowed to leave earlier on Thursday.
5. She went shopping to buy a pair of shoes.
10. The suspect has been questioned (by the police).
6. I went to England to take a summer course.
7. John went to the dentist to get treatment. J
8. I went to the beach to sunbathe/get a suntan.
1. A ticket for the concert was sold to me by David.
2. 2. He will be sent his exam results.
1. I bought a mobile phone to call up my friends. 3. I was shown where the art school is.
2. Teenagers use mobile phones to send little e-mails 4. She will be allowed to go out tonight.
called SMS messages. 5. Her secret hasnt been told to us.
3. They logged on to the Internet in order to listen to 6. A new restaurant was recommended to them.
a popular song. 7. Will you be asked any questions (by the teacher)?
4. We wrote the name of the song in the notebook in 8. I have been promised a new skirt for my birthday
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5. Some teenagers visit their favourite stars website to 9. You wont be taught how to operate the computer.
ask for advice. 10. She is going to be paid a higher salary.
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11. The truth could be told to them. 2.


12. I was told that she didnt know the answer. 1. disagree 6. misheard
13. He had been advised to take an English course. 2. unpack 7. misjudged
14. She is being taught how to behave in class. 3. miscounted 8. misread
15. A true picture of the future is sometimes given to us 4. misinformed 9. reopened
by science fiction. 5. Undress 10. misinterpreted
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1. will life be 1.
2. Will the world be Schoolyard Schoolmaster
3. wont be School age Schoolmistress
4. Will our ideas about the future come Schoolboy Schoolteacher
5. will all have Schooldays School bus
6. will certainly be Schoolfriend School building
7. will all be Schoolmate School report
8. will live Schoolgirl School year
9. will travel Schoolhouse Art school
10. will probably travel School-leaver Primary school
11. will take Schoolkid Secondary school
12. will probably destroy
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13. wont need
14. will do Someday we will all have robots that will be our
L personal servants. They will look and behave much
like real humans. We will be able to talk to these
1. Is she going to see mechanical helpers and they will be able to respond
2. Are you going to wait in kind. Amazingly, the robots of the future will be
3. arent going to travel able to learn from experience. They will be smart,
4. isnt coming; is going to stay strong, and untiring workers whose only goal will
5. will (ll) probably be be to make our lives easier.
6. am going to have
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7. am leaving
8. will (ll) ring 1. is 7. arose
9. am going to stay 2. using 8. are also often used
10. will (ll) post 3. are sent 9. allow
11. will win 4. exist 10. to send
12. Will you close 5. can 11. will often have to
13. are going to buy 6. use
14. isnt going to study
15. is going to spend UNIT 6
16. Shell help
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17. will rise
18. arent flying (1) described (7) meaning
19. are going to take (2) words (8) special
20. are you going to do (3) vast (9) diverse
(4) friendship (10) real
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(5) simple (11) choices
1. (6) different
1. misunderstand 10. undress
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2. disagree 11. dislike
3. overwork 12. mishear 1. Love is a strong feeling of caring about someone.
4. misbehave 13. miscount 2. Friendship is a relationship between friends.
5. oversleep 14. misjudge 3. Acquaintance is someone we know but who is not a
6. misread 15. disappear close friend.
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8. reopen 17. misinform 5. Comrade is someone who shares difficult work or
9. unpack situations.
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6. Partner is someone you do a particular activity with. 3.
7. Colleague is someone you work with. 1. mustnt 5. mustnt
8. Mate is someone you study or work with, often a 2. mustnt 6. shouldnt
friend. 3. shouldnt 7. mustnt
E 4. shouldnt 8. shouldnt
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1.
1. Although she joined the firm only six months ago, 1. Can he buy the tickets for the concert?
shes already been promoted. 2. May I come in? Yes, you may.
2. Despite working hard, he failed the examination. 3. May I eat these cookies?
3. In spite of getting up late, she had breakfast before 4. We should do the homework for tomorrow.
leaving. 5. I must achieve my aims.
4. Despite always being cheerful, Dad has poor health. 6. Can they speak Portuguese? Yes, they can.
5. Although it was a difficult decision, they managed 7. You may not go home alone.
to make it. 8. He can play squash quite well.
6. Even though the disease caused lot of pain, he has I
survived.
7. Although she had a bad cold, she insisted on going 1. Peter gave Kate a CD last week.
to work. 2. They promised this boy a rewarding job.
Despite having a bad cold, she insisted on going to 3. She sent Mary a postcard from Paris.
work. 4. George gave his uncle a painting.
8. In spite of looking well, he was very old. 5. You and Paul bought me a cake.
Although he looked well, he was very old. 6. My mother wrote a long letter to her friend.
7. Can you show your grandmother these old photos?
2. 8. I left you some food in the fridge.
1. the traffic (that exists) in the area.
2. works very hard. J
3. is pleasant to live in. 1.
4. they were very happy. 1. did she? 6. do you?
5. they have a good relationship. 2. isnt it? 7. is she?
6. that the weather was terrible. 3. doesnt he? 8. has he?
7. he found the meal delicious. 4. arent you? 9. were you?
8. cant speak any German. 5. didnt you? 10. didnt she?
9. he leads a good life.
10. his injury. 2. 1. e; 2. f; 3. i; 4. k; 5. a; 6. b; 7. h; 8. g; 9. c; 10. l;
11. he failed in the last seconds. 11. d; 12. j
12. he continued to work hard.
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1. forward 5. at
2. back 6. back
3. across 7. down
4. aside 8. down
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1.
1. Could 5. May
2. May 6. can
3. Can 7. might
4. Could/May 8. could
2.
1. should 5. must
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3. must 7. should
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MY FAVOURITE DESTINATION Page 40
HELTHY EATING
Page 16 1. breakfast, fruit, non-fat, sweets, salad, body, low, eat,
Exercise no. 2 balanced.
Land:
coach station; driving licence; main road; motorway; Page 41
railway WHAT IS HEALTHY EATING?
Air:
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land; airport; take off; check-in; fly
Sea: EXERCISE TO KEEP FIT
crossing; set sail; ship; ferry; port
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General: UGLY Sugababes
accommodation; sightseeing; destination; tour
guide; tourist 1. wrong words:
pretty, friends, wonderful, look, hope, envious
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 right words:
strange, parents, beautiful, smile, confidence,
WHO KNEW Pink
1. (1) took (10) were jealous
(2) showed (11) could
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(3) promised (12) could DO THEY KNOW ITS CHRISTMAS? Band Aid
(4) took (13) said
(5) believed (14) did not know (1) need (6) tears
(6) said (15) was (2) smile (7) bells
(7) said (16) knew (3) world (8) snow
(8) said (17) said (4) fun (9) nothing
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AT THE TRAVEL AGENCY dialogue
2. Agent: Can I help you?
You: About a week. UNIT 3
Agent: What sort of hotel were you thinking of?
You: How can we get there?
You: Whats the price? Page 68
You: What does the price include? SMOKING IN MOVIES AND ON TV
Agent: Yes, of course (you may).
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SAY IT RIGHT Nelly Furtado As you lay down on your side
1. night, right, fall, hand, plan, free, fault, dark, show. But I know Ill see your face again
They just make you worse
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UNIT 4 Harris: So, your mother tongue is Portuguese but I
can see you speak English very well.
Machado: Thank you. Actually, I started learning
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English when I was at primary school.
NUMB Linkin Park
1. Harris: Have you got a driving licence? And for
(1) surface (6) lose which category of vehicle?
(2) shoes (7) front Machado: Yes, I have, for category B.
(3) mistake (8) mistake Harris: Oh, good. You know you have to travel
(4) tired (9) disappointed around London. What are your interests?
(5) less Machado: Sports, especially handball.
Page 97 Harris: Why did you apply for this job?
Exercise no. 1 Job actions Machado: I think I have excellent communication skills;
1. build 6. guard Im self-motivated and have an ability to meet
2. deliver 7. design deadlines, as required in your ad. Besides, this
3. program 8. fix job will give me an opportunity to work in a
4. repair 9. weld field I like selling medical products.
5. fly Harris: Do you have any questions about the job?

Page 113 Machado: Oh no, thank you. I just want to say that Ill be
available to start work right now.
INTERVIEW FOR A JOB
Harris: Well, thank you for your time. Well let you
Rafael Machado is being interviewed for the job of Sales know our decision as soon as possible.
Specialist by Mrs Harris. Listen to part of the interview.
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Harris: Good morning Mr Machado. Please sit down.
Machado: Good morning. Thank you. WORLD POETRY DAY
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is Rafael Machado. Where are you from?
ACROSTIC POEM
Machado: Im from Portugal. SENSES POEM
Harris: Where do you live?
Machado: I live in Porto, in the north of Portugal. But UNIT 5
now Im living here in London, at 3 Hanover
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Square. Im staying with a friend of mine.
DOES TECHNOLOGY WORK FOR YOU?
Harris: Oh, I see Well, your telephone number is
still 020 7325 8800, right? Lucy, 18, Glasgow: Everyone says that in a couple of
Machado: Yes, thats right. decades people will have robots more intelligent than us.
But how can we design something smarter than us, if we
Harris: I can see that youre single. When were you
haven't yet got to that stage of intelligence?!
born?
Machado: I was born on 3rd December 1989. Daniel, 17, Northampton: Gameboys and computers
are great, but all these super-duper clever robots, well I
Harris: I know that you have a secondary school
think there's no point in having them. I mean give me
diploma. When did you finish school?
one reason why we need them!
Machado: I finished school last July. Id like to go to
university to be a nurse, a vet, a dentist Susan, 16, Kilmarnock: I think technology is really
something related to the health field. But I good if it helps people but I don't think they should
need to have higher marks to enter university, bring out new models all the time and toys that think
so Ive decided to work abroad and get more it's going just a little too far.
experience. Greg, 14, Nottingham: I think it's a bad idea to have
Harris: What experience do you have in this area? robots doing things like washing because we will end up
Machado: Not much. I was employed as a sales being lazy.
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representative with a small dairy foods firm Claire, 15, Wigan: I think that if we have robots and
but only for three months during the summer things that are so advanced that they can even make
holidays, from July to September 2008. good friends, then we won't bother socialising with
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other people and we will not have proper relationships, Page 162
which will be sad.
VOLUNTEERING FOR A BETTER WORLD
www.bbc.co.uk/ (shortened and adapted)
Catherine, 15:
Page 128 On 1 August I flew out of Schiphol Airport, near
VIRTUAL REALITY Amsterdam, for what would become the biggest
adventure of my life so far. I encountered a very different
Page 135 country, worked with a diverse group of colleagues, and
TEXT MESSAGING TAKES WORLD BY STORM had the best learning experience ever.
I was travelling to Cameroon to join a group studying
Page 139 the Rock Fowl or Picathartes Oreos, a small family of two
PHONE MESSAGES endangered bird species found in the rainforests of
1. Hi Hilary! Its me, Joanna. Flying back home in two tropical west and central Africa. As well as taking part in
days with a postcard from London for you. I felt the study, I knew it would be a great opportunity to
sorry I didnt have your address with me. Love learn more about Cameroon, its people and its culture,
and about nature preservation in a less developed
2. Hello, Sean! Im on my way and Ill be sitting in my
country.
usual place in the caf. Cheers, Diana
I would be working with the Cameroon Biodiversity
3. Hello, Matthew! Thanks for your message. It was Conservation Society (CBCS), a group that works
lovely to hear from you. Sorry to miss your call. Ill closely with both WWF and Earthwatch UK on a
see you at the cinema tomorrow. Cheers, Jane number of projects in the country. The project I would
be working on had to confront a difficult challenge -
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WORLD HOLD ON Bob Sinclair bird species when that same habitat is also a source of
3. 1st stanza: 1, 2, 5, 3, 4 living for those who clear the forest for agricultural use.
2nd stanza: 1, 3, 5, 2, 4 Creating sustainable alternatives for the villagers is a
3rd stanza: 1, 4, 3, 2 very challenging task.
4th stanza: 1, 3, 4, 2
5th stanza: 1, 3, 2, 4 Mark, 14:
6th stanza: 1, 3, 2, 4 Ever since my Geography lessons at school, I have been
fascinated by the great diversity of life in the rainforests.
They represent one of the few remaining natural
frontiers, and I used to dream about visiting a rainforest
before the opportunity disappeared.
I also aspire to be one of the agents in society to change
UNIT 6
public attitudes and to raise awareness of environmental
protection. I am delighted to say that Shell's Project
Page 151 Better World scheme helped me to make these dreams a
reality.
A TRUE FRIEND poem
I am very grateful to Shell for this unforgettable
opportunity, and I urge you all to help Project Better
 Page 152 World become an even greater success. If you are a Shell
ANYTIME YOU NEED A FRIEND Mariah Carey employee, contact your local Project Better World
2. (1) troubles (6) spirit member for information on how to get involved. You
(2) never (7) alone can also visit www.earthwatch.org (opens in a new
(3) faith (8) there window) for details of other environmental projects.
(4) love (9) hand
www.shellchemicals.com/env_soc/1,1098,1432,00.html
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