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Reading Answer Key

Unit 1 Unit 3 Unit 4


1 1 1
1 1st The weather How we feel 1 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
2 1,500 cold bad tempered 2 Inspector Morse
3 1,560 heatwave depressed 3 Law & Order
4 2008 sunlight positive 4 Prison Break
5 30,000 temperature sad 5 Silent Witness
6 100,000,000 warm tired 6 The Wire
3 2 2
1 2008 1 They study the effects of the weather on Your own answers.
2 30,000 living things. 3
3 1,500 2 Seasonal Affective Disorder. 1 The Wire
4 100,000,000 3 At least 30 minutes each day. 2 Law & Order
5 1,560 4 One in three people. 3 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
6 1st 3 4
4 1 become 1 How does the CSI team solve crimes?
1 More valuable. 2 rise 2 How many people watched CSI in 2009?
2 Because only 1,500 copies were printed 3 is 3 Which crime do we fear most?
and it included a handwritten dedication. 4 comes 4 When did Law & Order end?
3 She was a friend who persuaded Tolkien 5 lose 5 Who created, produced, and wrote The
to find a publisher for the book. 6 improves Wire?
4 Swedish. 4 6 What are the TV networks hoping to
5 Nearly 50. 1 Because the body produces find?
6 A long line of numbers to indicate the chemicals which reduce our powers of 5
edition number. concentration and affect our judgement. 1 by examining the evidence
2 Because there is less sunlight/daylight in 2 more than 73.8 million
Unit 2 the winter months. 3 murder
1 3 By spending time in artificial daylight. 4 in 2010
1 True 4 Spend time outside/outdoors. 5 David Simon
2 False. Only 10.2 per cent dont enjoy 5 Climatotherapy. 6 the next big hit
reading at all. 6 No. Women are generally more sensitive 6
3 True than men. Paragraph 1
4 False. They have a really big influence. 5 a team
3 1 under the weather a viewer
1 very 2 snowed under Paragraph 2
2 quite 3 save it for a rainy day to respond
3 a bit 4 a storm in a teacup Paragraph 3
4 at all 5 take a rain check fictional
5 really 6 raining cats and dogs authentic
6 extremely Paragraph 4
4 to launch
1 an independent a hit
2 smaller
3 more
4 a third
5 Girls
6 Fathers
5
Your own answers.

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Reading Answer Key
Unit 5 Unit 6 Unit 7
1 1 1
Answer C 1 photographer gross net
3 2 pictures import export
1 True 3 rolls profit loss
2 False. It usually appears at the bottom of 4 develop succeed fail
the page. 5 prints They are all related to business.
3 False. It usually contains information 6 photographic 2
that companies dont want you to see. 2 1 after
4 True 1 Edwin Land 2 some young people
5 False. Gobbledygook is language which 2 Jennifer Land 3 didnt know
is difficult to understand. 3 Land Camera 4 net
6 True 4 Polaroid 5 less
4 5 Andy Warhol and David Hockney 6 never stops
1 have 3 3
2 must 1 are taken 1 world
3 only 2 was asked 2 entrepreneurs
4 need 3 was demonstrated 3 venture
5 might 4 were sold 4 running
6 dont 5 was stopped 5 achievements
5 6 are used 6 empire
A refund cant be given without a receipt. 4 4
We took photographs using film that had 1 I didnt understand the difference
to be taken to a shop to be developed and between gross and net until I was fifty
printed. years old.
... using chemicals that would be activated 2 You have to do everything you can to
when the print was removed from the succeed.
camera by hand. 3 If you do fail, then you will/youll have
The process made it possible for a picture learnt a lot and can try again.
to be taken and developed in 60 seconds 5
or less. Your own answers.
... the cameras and film were sold on the
first day.
The camera was also loved by artists...
... 2008 when it was announced that the
company....
5
Suggested answers:
1 Digital photography is quicker and
cheaper. You can see the results
instantly and delete the pictures you
dont like or take another, better picture.
2 The camera developed and printed the
picture at the same time.
3 Because we all like to see photographs
quickly and not have to wait.
4 It will continue to be popular with a small
group of people, but I dont think it will
be popular with people in general.

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Reading Answer Key
Unit 8 Unit 9 Unit 10
1 1 1
1 a Nineteen Eighty-Four 4 Name Nationality Occupation
2 a Animal Farm 3 Paul luard French poet
3 b Down and Out in Paris and London 1 John F. American politician
2 Homage to Catalonia 2 Kennedy
1 Masquerade 2 Karl Marx German philosopher
2 Kit Williams 1 India, England Georges French filmmaker
3 Jonathan Cape 2 England, India Mlis
4 Jack Hare 3 England, France Amedeo Italian painter and
5 Ken Thomas or Dugald Thompson 4 Spain, England Modigliani sculptor
6 armchair treasure hunts 5 France Molire French playwright
3 6 Scotland, England Eva Pern Argentinian politician
1 False. He loses it on his way to the Sun. 3 dith Piaf French singer
2 True. 1 of Gertrude American author
3 False. The clues were in the pictures. 2 about Stein
4 True. 3 for Oscar Wilde Irish poet and
5 False. He didnt follow the clues. 4 after playwright
6 False. The hare was bought by an 5 on
3
unknown buyer. 6 at
1 cemetery
4 4
2 resting
1 A childrens book that was different from 1 What names did he choose for his pen
3 burial
other books. name?
4 grave
2 Kit Williams 2 In which book did he write about a
5 tomb
3 In a park in Bedfordshire, England. period of poverty?
6 buried
4 Thompson was connected to an old 3 Who did he fight for in the Spanish Civil
4
girlfriend of Williams. War?
1 Arlington
5 Williams was reunited with the hare for a 4 When did he work for the BBC?
2 St. Louis #1
television documentary. 5 Where did he write his final book?
3 Pre Lachaise
6 Yes. It became a bestseller and started a 6 How old was he when he died?
4 Highgate
new genre of books. 5
5 La Recoleta
5 Your own answers.
5
Suggested answers:
Your own answers.
1 He must have felt disappointed and
angry.
2 The person who discovered the treasure
used a different identity.
3 Because, by reading a book, people
could try to find treasure whilst sitting in
their armchairs.

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Writing Answer Key
Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3
1 2 3
Your own answers future with will, present simple, past 1 the second
2 simple, past continuous, past perfect 2 the last
Its a report and its purpose is to inform 3 3 the first
the reader about different options 1 He was sharing a flat in London. 4 the third
available in a particular situation, and to 2 He used to walk to work. 5 the first
present the positive and negative aspects 3 It took him through a park and across a 4
of each option. Its purpose is also to busy main road. 1 before
make a personal recommendation. Jaya 4 (a) A person who looks the same as 2 after
and Morwena are colleagues at work and another person 3 after
Morwena is probably Jayas boss, or in a 5 Frightening 4 before
more senior position. 6 The expression on the mans face when 5
3 he looked at him. 1 hopefully
Providing Spanish tuition 4 2 definitely
Option: Advantages: Disadvantages: 1 last night 3 initially
Evening They are People might 2 a long time ago 4 unfortunately
classes after work, not want to 3 at the time 5 absolutely
so people or be able to 4 in those days 6 obviously
are less study after 5 one day 6
likely to work 6 a few weeks later 1 working as an office manager
miss them 7 the following year 2 as much notice as possible
Lunchtime People People 5 3 As you know
classes would not sometimes Your own answers 4 as youll need time to find someone
with a lose any have meetings 6 5 Skills like touch typing, ...
tutor free time and might miss 1 present continuous 6 a chance like this may not come again
after work classes 2 past simple 7 Id like to take this opportunity
or need to 3 past continuous 7
travel to 4 present simple 1 As
classes 5 used to 2 as
Online Its cheap, You need self- 6 past perfect 3 like
learning and people discipline so 7 4 As
can study people might 1 lives 5 like
where and not make time 2 m staying, find
when they to study 3 visited
want 4 d stayed, went
5 used to dream
4
6 are
advantage(s): pros, benefits, good things
disadvantage(s): cons, downside,
drawbacks
5
Your own answers
6
1 what, consider 2 might 3 see
4 Possible 5 personal preference
7
Your own answers

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Writing Answer Key
Unit 4 Unit 5 Unit 6
1 1&2 2
They are all ways to communicate 1 c 2 b 3 d 4 a 1 a restaurant
personal news quickly using short 3 2 negative
messages. The first thing you need to do is ... 3 Your own answer
2 beforehand 3
1 b Next comes 1 It was his girlfriends birthday.
2 d dont arrive long after 2 A friend had recommended it.
3 a before going 3 He asked for a table by the window.
4 c first 4 They sat at a small table in the middle of
3 the first step is to the restaurant.
1 pics at the same time 5 The food was fine.
2 live Once youve paid 6 The waiter refused to remove the service
3 from midnight about six weeks later charge.
4 amazing 4 4
5 gang 1 Remember 2 Whatever 1 Despite
6 borrow 3 save, printing 4 advice 5 sure 2 However
4 5 3 instead
1 Im looking for a recipe for strawberry 1 or 4 Although
cheesecake. 2 Otherwise 5
2 Can anyone help? 3 in case 1 however
3 I went to Marios for supper last night. 4 That way 2 although
4 I had an amazing time. 3 instead
5 Are you interested? / Is anyone 4 despite
interested? 6
6 Does anyone have a laptop (that) I can 1 recommend
borrow? 2 ask
5 3 assure
Suggested answers 4 inform
Here are some pics of Jim and the girls. 5 refuse
As you can see, little Bela isnt so little 6 demand
anymore. Shes growing up fast and is 7
starting school soon. Helen is studying 1 His friend recommended the restaurant.
for her end-of-year exams and Jim is 2 The customer asked for a table by the
still working at dads shop. Im doing too window.
much as usual! BTW Looking for recipe for 3 The waiter assured him it wouldnt be a
strawberry cheesecake. Anyone? problem.
6 4 The customer informed the waiter that
1 FYI hed specifically requested a table by
2 LOL the window.
3 DJ 5 The waiter refused to remove the service
4 PC charge.
5 BTW 6 The customer demanded to see the
6 ASAP manager.
7 8
1 possible tell / told
2 way speak / spoke
3 disc request / requested
4 information say / said
5 laughing / laugh mention / mentioned
6 personal

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Writing Answer Key
Unit 7 Unit 8 Unit 9
2 3 2
Our home 1 2 1 Britain includes other countries apart
Country: Ireland 2 3,4 from England
Details of location: on the west coast, near 3 6 2 a newspaper
a beach and a village 4 5 3 in response to an article
Type of home: a 17th century farmhouse 5 1 3
with stunning views and a garden 4 1 False. England played in the World Cup.
Bedrooms / beds: 3 bedrooms, one with a a Text 2: The writer didnt reply to a letter 2 True
double bed, the other two with two single Text 4: The writer didnt go to a friends 3 True
beds birthday party or send the friend a 4 False. Someone from Scotland is British.
Your home: birthday text message. 5 False. Shes writing to a national (British)
Country: anywhere in the world Text 6: The writer has made a mess and newspaper.
Details of location: a central location in a not cleared it up. 6 True
city with a lot of history b Text 2: The old friends daughter cannot 4
Exchange period: flexible, but two weeks stay in the writers house 1 point out
in July or August would be ideal Text 3: The writer cannot come to a 2 bugbear
Number of travellers: 2 friends wedding 3 annoys
3 c Text 5: The reader has not got a job that 4 mistakenly
1 Located on Irelands spectacular west he or she applied for. 5 trivial
coast, ... 5 6 attention
2 ... this 17th century farmhouse has a 3, 4 5
stunning views of the Atlantic. b 6 Students own answers
3 Just a short walk from a sandy beach c 1, 3, 4 6
4 and a short drive into the nearest village, d 1 1 What I really dislike is queuing in shops.
5 its a wonderful place to enjoy beautiful e 2 2 What really makes me mad is when
natural surroundings. f 3, 5 people jump queues.
4 6 3 What I really hate is when you stand in
1 west coast Will + infinitive, because this verb form the slower queue.
2 views is used to express promises, offers and 4 What I really cant stand is queuing at
3 beach hopes airports.
4 place 7
5 natural surroundings 1 awfully, extremely
6 traditional music 2 about
7 garden 3 for
5 4 if
1 Somewhere you can stroll around 5 apology
2 somewhere in a city 6 afraid
3 somewhere warm and sunny 7 regret
6 8 to
1 a must, a requirement
2 a plus, a bonus
3 ideal

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Writing Answer Key
Unit 10
2
At a friends funeral or memorial service.
3
Where we Luton airport
met
Appearance long-haired, strangely-dressed
Character loved people and loved talking to people
Quote Why learn something from a book when you
can learn so much more from someone else.
Influence I learned how important it is to learn from your
mistakes, to pick yourself up and move on.
Anecdote surviving on water and bread when lost in the
Pyrenees
Last meeting Julies 50th birthday party
4
1 d
2 b
3 f
4 a
5 e
6 c
5
Students own answers
6
1 how to survive
2 how lucky Id been
3 how important it is to learn
4 how appropriate
5 how the world worked
7
1 She showed me how the exercise
worked.
2 She taught me how important it is to
practise writing.
3 I learned how to say a lot in a few words.
4 I realised how lucky Id been to have her
as a teacher.

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Unit 1 Language & Grammar 3 4 Which country has the 11th largest
economy in the world?
Present simple and present
Culture continuous 5 When did India become independent
from the UK?
Grammar 1A (1) are you doing (2) looks
6 Who played a key role in Indias fight for
State and action verbs (3) do not take/dont take
independence?
(4) are studying/re studying
Hi Shelley 7 Where did manga comics come from?
(5) does the film last
How are things back home? Over here 8 Who reads manga in Japan?
(6) is looking after/s looking after
in Melbourne, things are going well. Do
(7) do they get (8) gives Vocabulary 1A
you remember Amy Marcos? Well, right
(9) is starting/s starting (10) hate Greetings
now Im staying in a house that belongs
to her aunt. Shes doing me a big favour, Grammar 4A 1 A: Good morning.
but I dont feel very comfortable, and I Questions review B: Ah, hello,
want to find somewhere else to live. As 2 A: Evening!
(1) W
 as Doha the Arab Capital of Culture
for the new job, I like it. Everyone at the B: Oh, hiya Stig. I havent seen you for
one year?
company seems very nice, and working ages. How are things?
(2) And which country is it in?
here helps me to meet new people. I have 3 A: Hey.
(3) H
 ad it organised a big international
a few friends in the office and some days B: Hi there, Polly. Hows it going?
event before?
we go out for a drink after work. They 4 A: Good evening. Can I help you?
(4) Did they go well?
all make fun of the way I speak. People
(5) W
 here will the next Asian Games take Vocabulary 1B
here say gday when they greet you, and
place? Greetings
sometimes they use words that I dont
(6) Have you been to Doha?
understand. For example, arvo means 1 Formal 2 Informal 3 Informal
(7) What were you doing there?
afternoon. That was new to me! 4 Formal
(8) Does it have any famous landmarks?
Anyway, I must stop now, its getting late.
Thanks for checking at my old house for Vocabulary 2
Grammar 4B
letters, and dont forget to forward those Languages for specific purposes
Questions review
ones from the bank! 1 business 2 technical 3 legal
All the best, (1) H
 ave you been/you ever been to the
4 scientific 5 medical 6 aviation
Roy British Museum?
(2) What can you see in it? Vocabulary 3
Grammar 1B (3) A
 nd how did the museum get/did it get
Collocations for describing places
State and action verbs those things?
1 d 2 f 3 a 4 c 5 b 6 e
(4) And what were they doing in Egypt?
Being the way things are and what Lima, Peru
(5) B
 ut had they asked/did they ask for
they mean
permission to bring things home?
Everyone seems very nice. Extend your vocabulary look
(6) And is it going to give them back?
Arvo means afternoon. 1 Look at 2 look that up
(7) Anyway, is it worth visiting?
Possessing the things we have (8) How much does it cost to get in? 3 looking after 4 looking for
5 look around.
I have a few friends.
The house belongs to her aunt. Grammar 5A
Subject / object questions Pronunciation 1
Feeling how we feel physically and our Intonation and different meanings
needs and preferences 1 do the Innuit live (In Alaska, Canada and
Greenland) 1 polite and friendly 2 neutral
I dont feel comfortable. 3 rude and unfriendly 4 neutral
2 did China become (In 1949)
I want to find somewhere else. 5 polite and friendly
3 won (Nelson Mandela)
I like it. 6 rude and unfriendly
4 do the Japanese celebrate (Buddhas
Thinking using our brain to do things birthday)
Do you remember Amy?
Pronunciation 2
5 has (Buenos Aires in Argentina)
I dont understand. Languages for specific purposes
6 painted (Pablo Picasso)
Dont forget to forward them. 7 did Emperor Shah Jahan build (The Taj 1 business 2 technical 3 legal
Mahal in Agra, India) 4 scientific 5 medical 6 aviation
Grammar 2
8 happens (People celebrate
State and action verbs, present tense Pronunciation 3
ThanksgivingDay)
(1) is (2) youre joking Collocations for describing places
(3) Do you seriously believe Grammar 5B 1 international airport
(4) I own (5) I watch (6) who loves Subject / object questions 2 tourist attraction 3 ancient monuments
(7) Im looking (8) Im not arguing 1 Who wrote the song Yesterday? 4 modern architecture
(9) I just dont agree (10) I prefer 2 Where did he grow up? 5 cultural events 6 designer boutiques
(11) are you referring (12) Im talking 3 What does Mexico celebrate on 2nd
Listening
November?
A new translation app
b, e, a, c, d, f
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Unit 2 Lives & Legends Grammar 4B Pronunciation 2
used to and would Weak forms
Grammar 1A (1) used to live (2) did you use to play 1 I cant put up with his bad temper any
Past simple and past continuous (3) didnt (4) didnt use to be more! Strong form
(1) met (2) was doing (5) d / would play 2 Im not sure he can do anything about it.
(3) were you going (4) happened (6) did your family use to live Weak form
(5) started (6) finished (7) wouldnt/would not let 3 Have you invited Harshad? Strong form
(7) Did you hear (8) was working (8) d/would go off (9) didnt use to have 4 No, I havent. Strong form
(9) was writing (10) was looking after 5 Sam and I are going to buy a house
Vocabulary 1A together. Weak form
Grammar 1B ing and ed adjectives 6 Are you sure thats a good idea?
Strong form
Past simple and past continuous 1 b) confusing 2 b) fascinating
3 a) shocked 4 a) embarrassed 7 Sean had left home by the time he was
(1) was sitting (2) started 18. Weak form
(3) wasnt/was not working 5 a) disappointed 6 b) inspiring
8 Had Kia left home at that age?
(4) was catching up Strong form
(5) wasnt/was not expecting Vocabulary 1B
9 Yes, she had. Strong form
(6) made (7) opened (8) saw ing and ed adjectives
(9) was holding (10) said 1 embarrassing 2 inspired
Pronunciation 3
(11) were having (12) was looking 3 fascinated 4 disappointing
Word stress
(13) were you doing 5 shocking 6 confused
(14) didnt look up (15) knew 1 second 2 first 3 first 4 second
(16) was talking (17) stopped Vocabulary 2 5 first 6 second
(18) was watching (19) gave Relationships (1)
(20) wanted Listening
1 great-grandfather 2 acquaintance
A favourite book
3 colleague 4 boss 5 fiance
Grammar 2A 6 ex-wife 7 stepbrother 8 half-brother 1 b) B612
(1) d/had missed (2) had finished. 2 a) While he was living in New York
(3) had told (4) d/had sent Vocabulary 3 3 b) You can read the book in more than
180 languages
(5) hadnt/had not checked Relationships (2)
(6) d/had had to (7) had gone 4 a) English 5 b) a sheep
(1) lost (2) got on (3) well (4) kept 6 b) Its for both children and adults
(8) d/had had (9) d/had forgotten (5) touch (6) had (7) in common
(10) hadnt bought (8) put up (9) fell out

Grammar 2B Vocabulary 4
Past simple and past perfect Extreme adjectives
(1) got (2) hadnt finished 1 ancient 2 furious 3 exhausted
(3) d shaved (4) didnt recognise 4 enormous 5 miserable 6 terrible
(5) went (6) didnt stay (7) realised 7 filthy 8 delighted 9 astonished
(8) d forgotten (9) stayed up
(10) Had you seen (11) hadnt heard
Vocabulary 5
(12) arrived
Prepositions
Grammar 3 (1) ahead of (2) beyond (3) around
(4) above (5) beneath (6) against
Modifiers
(7) within
1 fairly 2 terribly 3 extremely
4 rather 5 really 6 quite 7 a bit
Extend your vocabulary
ways of talking about meaning
Grammar 4A
1 c 2 e 3 b 4 f 5 a 6 d
used to and would
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Pronunciation 1
8
ing and ed adjectives
1 embarrassing 2 inspired
3 fascinated 4 disappointing
5 shocking 6 confused

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Unit 3 Hot & Cold Grammar 3B Vocabulary 4B
so and such Words to describe statistics
Grammar 1A 1 such a cold day 2 is so big 1 decline in 2 increase in 3 will rise by
will and be going to for predictions 3 are so naughty 4 such a boring film 4 fall in 5 decrease 6 growth in
1 When will fossil fuels run out? 5 such good news 6 is so tasty
2 We probably wont stop using petrol for Extend your vocabulary
decades. Grammar 4A words that go with problem
3 Renewable energy will definitely become Real conditionals (1) solution (2) tackle (3) face
more important. 1 dont keep / starts (4) caused (5) solve
4 Nuclear power is perhaps going to be 2 I go / will you come
more popular. 3 can look after / you want Pronunciation
5 People probably arent going to be able 4 countrys / increase Intonation
to travel the way we do now. 5 might get worse / we have 6 are / invite b Goes up on every item in the list except
6 How long are we going to have access 7 Should we invite / we see for the last one, on which it goes down.
to cheap flights? 8 doesnt get / wont be able
Listening
Grammar 1B Grammar 4B Summer holidays
will and be going to for predictions Real conditionals
1 mother 2 before 3 Mount Gambier
1 a) will perhaps become (1) happens (2) take (3) dont give 4 cultural 5 rainy 6 hasnt
2 b) Im obviously going to lose (4) doesnt have (5) look (6) ll/will see
3 b) is going to sing (7) dont give (8) ll/will ask (9) work
4 a) Youll probably regret (10) do (11) s/is (12) know
5 a) Will Dara have (13) ll/will do (14) have (15) Will you be
6 b) its going to fall down (16) need (17) m/am not
(18) will be able to
Grammar 1C
will and be going to for predictions Vocabulary 1
(1) s/is going to start (2) will agree Energy
(3) wont/will not understand Across
(4) ll/will probably have 2 hydropower
(5) s/is going to get 6 natural gas
(6) m/am going to fall 8 wind power
Down
Grammar 2A 1 geothermal
Future forms: plans and intentions 3 solar
1 Im going to do 2 Were seeing 4 nuclear
3 I probably wont go 5 coal
4 We arent going to sell 7 oil
5 youre flying 6 shell stay
Vocabulary 2
Grammar 2B Materials
Future forms: plans and intentions 1 leather 2 plastic 3 wood 4 rubber
(1) m/am going 5 metal 6 wool 7 cotton
(2) re/are going to spend
(3) m/am meeting Vocabulary 3
(4) ll/will probably drive cold (metaphor)
(5) re/are going to learn (6) ll/will tell 1 blood 2 cold 3 shoulder 4 voice
(7) Are you going to be (8) ll/will ask 5 reception 6 ice

Grammar 3A Vocabulary 4A
so and such Words to describe statistics
1 so 2 such a 3 such 4 so 5 such 1 decline 2 gone 3 by 4 increase
6 such 7 so 8 such a 5 of 6 go 7 fallen 8 decreasing
9 in 10 risen 11 grew 12 to

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Answer Key
Unit 4 Friends & Grammar 2B Grammar 4B
Present perfect with yet and already somebody, anybody, nobody,
Strangers 1 A: Have you bought the tickets yet? everybody
B:No, I havent. But Ive already 1 everybody 2 somebody
Grammar 1A
booked the hotel. / Ive booked the 3 anybody 4 anybody 5 anybody
Present perfect and past simple
hotel already. 6 somebody 7 nobody 8 somebody
1 was 2 trained 3 became 2 B:Ive already done it. / Ive done it 9 nobody 10 anybody
4 has grown 5 has appeared already. 11 everybody 12 nobody
6 has organised 7 have been B:But you havent cleaned the floors
8 has even made 9 came out yet. Could you do that next? Vocabulary 1
10 received 11 have interviewed 3 A:I cant believe it! Have you already Adjective suffixes: -ive, -ful, -ous
12 have printed finished the test? / Have you finished (1) creative (2) famous
the test already? (3) attractive (4) jealous (5) faithful
Grammar 1B A:Just a moment. Turn over the test. (6) successful (7) ambitious
Present perfect and past simple You havent done the composition (8) decisive (9) competitive
(1) ve/have met (2) have you been yet. (10) powerful (11) mysterious
(3) joined (4) ve/have worked 4 A:Paula? Havent you finished yet? The (12) imaginative (13) humorous
(5) did you become (6) studied films already started. / The films (14) forgetful (15) helpful
(7) Have you ever had started already.
(8) havent/have not. 5 B:No, not yet. But weve already seen
Vocabulary 2
(9) ve/have sold (10) bought it from the outside. / Weve seen it
Expressions with what
from the outside already.
1 Youre what? 2 or what?
Grammar 1C
Grammar 3A 3 What about 4 So what?
Present perfect and past simple
5 Youve what? 6 Now what?
1 ve/have lived in this house since Modals of deduction
7 What for?
2 s/has done yoga since 1
3 s/has worked here for 4 did you meet Most people here speak Spanish. Mexico
Vocabulary 3
5 havent/have not heard from Ruby for City, Mexico
Crime
6 have you had December is one of the hottest months
here. Canberra, Australia. (1) murder (2) suspect (3) innocent
(4) committed (5) crime
Grammar 2A Its not in Europe. Pretoria, South Africa/
Canberra, Australia/Mexico City, Mexico/ (6) evidence (7) planted (8) alibi
Present perfect with yet and already
Tokyo, Japan (9) guilty (10) prison (11) motive
1 Have you made lunch yet? (12) arrest
Its an Asian city. Tokyo, Japan
2 I see that youve already met my brother.
2
/ I see that youve met my brother Vocabulary 4
1 cant 2 must 3 may 4 cant
already. Usual and unusual
5 could 6 might 7 cant 8 must
3 They havent seen Mirnas new flat yet.
1 bizarre 2 odd 3 funny 4 common
4 Have you already finished that book? /
Have you finished that book already?
Grammar 3B 5 unusual 6 uncommon 7 weird
5 Lewis is 16 and hes already taken his A Modals of deduction 8 typical 9 usual 10 average
levels. / Lewis is 16 and hes taken his A (1) must (2) cant
levels already. (3) could / might / may Extend your vocabulary
6 Has the post come yet? (4) could / might / may (5) cant stranger and foreigner
7 Weve already spoken but we havent (6) could / might / may (7) cant 1 stranger 2 foreigner 3 Foreigners
made a decision yet. / Weve spoken (8) must 4 stranger 5 Foreigners 6 strangers
already but we havent made a decision
yet. Grammar 4A Pronunciation
8 Im going to be late because my taxi somebody, anybody, nobody, Contrastive stress
hasnt arrived yet. everybody 1 boring / great 2 cheap / expensive
1 anybody 2 somebody 3 that / this 4 like / love
3 Everybody 4 anybody 5 colour / texture 6 same / variety
5 Somebody 6 Nobody
7 anybody Listening
Imagined lives
1 False 2 True 3 False 4 False
5 True 6 True

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Unit 5 Law & Order Grammar 3C 7 technology the practical uses of
Present perfect simple and science, especially in
Grammar 1A continuous, for and since industry
Modals of obligation and permission 1 ve/have been paying back 8 politics the ideas and activities
2 s/has loved 3 ve/have been waiting involved in getting and
1 May 2 doesnt have to 3 must
4 Have you read 5 s/has taken using power
4 neednt 5 cant
6 havent/have not seen 9 climatology the climate
6 does a professional violinist have to
7 ve/have believed 10 statistics using numbers to
practise 7 needs to 8 mustnt
8 havent/have not been doing represent facts or
describe situations
Grammar 1B
Grammar 4A 11 criminology crime and criminals
Modals of obligation and permission
Separable phrasal verbs 12 linguistics language and how it
1 can 2 may 3 dont need to works
4 dont have to 5 neednt 6 have to 1 2 3 4 5 6
7 must 8 cant talk 9 mustnt talk Extend your vocabulary 2
Grammar 4B
control
Grammar 2A Separable phrasal verbs
(1) out of (2) lost (3) in (4) under
Past modals of obligation and 1 Could you tidy up your things? / Could
(5) beyond
permission you tidy your things up?
(1) couldnt (2) was allowed 2 Then you mix them up.
Pronunciation 1
(3) could (4) had to (5) had to 3 Lets try out that new restaurant. / Lets
Education compound nouns
(6) werent allowed (7) didnt have to try that new restaurant out.
4 Did you make it up? 1 state school 2 exam results
(8) was allowed
5 We need to put them together. 3 learning difficulties 4 higher education
6 Theyre going to put up a wall around 5 vocational qualification 6 student loan
Grammar 2B
their garden. / Theyre going to put a
Past modals of obligation and Pronunciation 2
wall up around their garden.
permission Phrasal verbs, sentence stress
(1) had to (2) didnt have to Vocabulary 1 1 things 2 up 3 restaurant 4 up
(3) Were you allowed (4) werent
Government collocations 5 together 6 kitchen
(5) couldnt / werent allowed to
(6) had to (7) were allowed (8) had to 1 f 2 d 3 b 4 h 5 c 6 g 7 e 8 a
Listening
(9) wasnt allowed (10) did you have to
Vocabulary 2 Talking about teaching
(11) could / were allowed to
(12) didnt have to Education compound nouns Julie Jack Emma
(1) state (2) results 1 He/She works
Grammar 3A (3) learning difficulties (4) higher to help other
Present perfect simple and (5) vocational qualification (6) loan people.
continuous, for and since 2 He/She has
Vocabulary 3 worked in
Ive been studying Ive been studying
Phrasal verbs with up more than four
English for English since
(1) chop (2) mix (3) heat (4) clean countries.
about five years 2006
(5) messes (6) eat (7) wash 3 She/He enjoys
nearly a decade January
meeting new
the last three hours I was a child
months 5 oclock Extend your vocabulary 1 people.
a long time three years ago -ics and -ology 4 She/He wants
many years primary school to find a new
Subject Definition
job soon.
The study or
Grammar 3B 5 She/He
knowledge of .
Present perfect simple and works for an
1 robotics designing and building
international
continuous, for and since robots
organisation.
(1) Shes done (2) since 2 mathematics numbers for
6 He/She likes
(3) shes been learning (4) for calculating things
visiting different
(5) Ive been teaching (6) since 3 psychology the mind and how it
countries.
(7) Ive had (8) for (9) has been affects behaviour
(10) for (11) hasnt needed 4 biology living things
(12) since (13) theyve moved 5 electronics the production of
(14) since (15) Weve been living electronic equipment
(16) for 6 anthropology human societies,
customs and beliefs

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Unit 6 Seen & Heard Grammar 3B Vocabulary 3
Reported statements and questions Ways of speaking
Grammar 1A 1 they lived 2 they had arrived (1) shouting (2) arguing
Passive voice 3 film they were going to see (3) demanding (4) discuss
1 have been exhibited 2 were found 4 they had seen (5) eavesdropping (6) whisper
3 had been kept 4 has been closed 5 they were going (7) sighed (8) groaning
5 are being made 6 are expected 6 was because they were (9) mumbled (10) chatted (11) begged
7 is being dealt with 7 it was their 8 they had got
8 was being processed 9 they wanted to see Vocabulary 4
9 will be sent 10 t hey couldnt remember Electronic equipment
11 t heyd/they would probably go back 1 battery 2 cable 3 headphones
Grammar 1B to their 4 speaker 5 microphone
12 they had (got)
Passive voice
(1) has been revolutionised Extend your vocabulary
Grammar 4A listen and hear
(2) took place (3) allowed
Reported requests and commands
(4) were not seen (1) hear (2) overheard (3) listen to
(5) were made (6) was generally done 1 He told her to meet him in a cafe. (4) heard (5) listened (6) hear
(7) knew (8) is displayed 2 She asked him not to take any photos. (7) listening
(9) had been widely adopted 3 She told him to talk quietly.
(10) were marketed 4 He asked her to tell him the password. Pronunciation
5 The police told them to stop running.
(11) quickly came down the
(12) are found (13) have made 6 The suspects asked them not to shoot.
7 An officer asked them to show their 1 Scientists became interested in optical
(14) will almost certainly get illusions in the nineteenth century.
(15) are being invented identity to the police.
8 They told the suspects to get into their Weak form
car. 2 The three main types of illusion are
Grammar 1C literal, physiological and cognitive.
Passive voice Weak form
Grammar 4B
(1) see (2) is/s considered 3 Our brain creates a shape that the eye
Reported requests and commands
(3) were taken (4) express doesnt see. Strong form
(5) has been/was/is included 1 She told them to stop talking. 4 M.C. Eschers work is so good that
(6) tells (7) was being attacked 2 They asked him to take their photo. for many people he is the person they
(8) w
 ere taught / are taught /ve been 3 She told it to stand up. associate with optical illusions.
taught/ have been taught 4 He asked her to phone him the next/ Strong form
(9) practised / practise / have practised following day. 5 Cubist artists also played with the way
(10) just need 5 She asked him to help her with the we see objects. Weak form
accounts. 6 Cubism revolutionised art in the
Grammar 2A 6 He asked him to explain what had twentieth century. Weak form
happened the day before.
Articles 7 The artist Pablo Picasso painted many
Correct 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 14, 16 cubist pictures. Strong form
Vocabulary 1 8 You dont know who Picasso is? Hes
Incorrect 2, 5, 9, 10, 13, 15
take the most famous modern artist!
Grammar 2B (1) responsibility (2) a photo Strong form
(3) an exam (4) a taxi (5) an aspirin
Articles
(6) a nap Listening
(1) A (2) a (3) the (4) a (5) The
Driving distractions
(6) the (7) the (8) a (9) The
Vocabulary 2 1 heard on the radio
(10) A (11) an (12) a (13) the
Colours and shapes 2 the Ministry of Transport
(14) an (15) the (16) the
(1) square (2) diamond (3) triangle 3 four in ten people
(4) circle (5) circle (6) oval (7) cube 4 passengers 5 her boss
Grammar 3A 6 drive carefully
(8) pyramid (9) cylinder (10) dark
Reported statements and questions
(11) rectangle (12) stars (13) bright
1 d/had met 2 was (14) light (15) pale
3 wasnt/was not wearing
4 d/had seen 5 d/ had met
6 couldnt/could not 7 was going to get
8 didnt/did not know 9 d/would say

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Unit 7 Supply & Demand Grammar 2B Vocabulary 2
Non-defining relative clauses Word building: trade
Grammar 1A 1 b (1) imported (2) producer
Defining relative clauses 2 a (3) profits/profit (4) trade/trading
1 3 b (5) wealthy (6) poverty (7) economic
1 who / that 2 where 3 which / that 4 a (8) value (9) product (10) producer
4 whose 5 who / that 6 which / that 5 b (11) employees
7 where 8 who / that 9 which / that 6 a (12) investments/investment
10 whose 7 b (13) suppliers (14) production
2 8 b
1 villager 2 market 3 currency Vocabulary 3
4 cooperative 5 shop assistant Grammar 3A Abstract nouns
6 credit card 7 eBay Countable and uncountable nouns Across 3 justice 5 power
8 boss/manager 9 bargain Countable nouns Uncountable nouns 7 wealth 10 respect 11 love
10 civil servant Have a plural form Dont have a plural 12 beauty
Can go after a/an form Down 1 friendship 2 fear 4 morality
Grammar 1B Cant go after a/an 6 creativity 8 health 9 peace
Defining relative clauses family advice
2 A currency is the system of money group food Extend your vocabulary 1
which people use in a particular country. job furniture -mania
4 Your boss is the person who you take joke knowledge (1) Beatlemania (2) discomania
orders from at work. need love (3) Turtlemania (4) Spicemania
6 EBay is a website that people visit to problem respect (5) YouTubemania (6) Obamamania
buy and sell second-hand things. pyramid safety
7 Civil servants are people who violence Extend your vocabulary 2
the government employs to do water other ways of saying funny
administrative work. (1) amusing (2) humorous
Grammar 3B
(3) comical (4) hilarious (5) witty
Grammar 1C Countable and uncountable nouns
Defining relative clauses 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 A bank is an institution where you can 8 9 10
keep your money.
2 A micro-credit is money (which/that) Grammar 4A
poor people borrow to start a business. wish
3 Barter is a system which/that allows you 1 could 2 were/was 3 had
to exchange goods. 4 didnt/did not have to
4 A customer is a person who/that buys 5 wasnt/was not/werent/were not
something. 6 knew 7 liked 8 didnt/did not have
5 A widower is a man whose wife has
died. Grammar 4B
6 A counsellor is a person (who/that) you wish
see for advice.
1 I wish our house had a garden.
7 A farm is a place where people grow
2 I wish I could understand you.
food.
3 I wish you didnt live so far away.
8 A tenant is a person whose land is
4 I wish it werent/were not/wasnt/was
rented from its owner.
not so cold today.
5 I wish I didnt have red hair.
Grammar 2A 6 I wish my parents could afford a new
Non-defining relative clauses car.
1 which 2 which 3 who
4 whose 5 who 6 when 7 which Vocabulary 1
Inexact numbers
(1) about (2) couple (3) loads
(4) around (5) roughly (6) so

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Pronunciation 1
Word building: trade
1
1 economy/Different
2 finance/Different 3 profit/The same
4 value/The same 5 wealth/The same
6 poverty/The same
2
1 supply/The same 2 invest/The same
3 employ/Different
4 import/Different 5 produce/Different
6 trade/The same

Pronunciation 2
The letter i
A:Hermie, could you do the (1) dishes (//)
(2) tonight (/i/)?
B:I (3) wish (//) I could, but (4) I (/i/)
cant. Ive cut my (5) finger (//). And
theres no need to (6) sigh (/i/) (7) like
(/i/) that! I do my (8) side (/i/) of the
housework.
A:Hermie, you (9) might (/i/) (10) think
(//) you do enough housework, but the
fact is, you dont. Im your (11) wife
(/i/), not your mother! And (12) if (//)
youre worried about your finger, you
can wear rubber gloves.
B:OK, Ill do it, but Im watching a film
(13) right (/i/) now.
A:What (14) film (//)?
B: Its called the (15) Island (/i/).
A:Well, why dont you record the rest
of it, and watch (16) it (//) when the
dishes are clean!

Listening
An international law
1 Murphy 2 definitely 3 experiments
4 different 5 slowest 6 empty

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Unit 8 Lost & Found Grammar 3B Vocabulary 2A
Third conditional Expressions with make and do
Grammar 1A (1) Would Isaac Newton have thought make + noun do + noun
would (2) hadnt fallen (3) might not have done decisions an experiment
1 Id start looking for a new job. (4) hadnt noticed a difference a favour
2 Would you like a lift to the station? (5) may not have realised a discovery a job
3 It wouldnt be the first time. (6) might never have invented a mistake nothing
4 What would you do in my situation? (7) hadnt left progress tests
5 Wed spend the whole summer playing (8) would probably not have colonised sense
football. (9) hadnt tried
6 Would you pass me that book, please? (10) wouldnt have been made Vocabulary 2B
(11) hadnt been Expressions with make and do
Grammar 1B (1) making (2) do (3) doing
would Grammar 3C (4) make (5) make (6) make (7) make
Third conditional (8) doing (9) do (10) did (11) make
A: Would you like a lift to the station?
B: Its OK thanks, Ill get a taxi. (1) hadnt/had not clicked
(2) wouldnt/would not have got Vocabulary 3
A:Oh dear, Jacks forgotten to take his (3) would you have done (4) d/had been Treasure
sandwiches with him. (5) had written (6) d/would have done
1 brooch 2 chest 3 diamond
B:It wouldnt be the first time. Hell just (7) would have happened
4 chest 5 brooch
have to go hungry again. (8) d/had installed
(9) hadnt/had not been
A: Would you pass me that book, please? Extend your vocabulary
B: Of course. Here you are. (10) d/would have had
with or without a plan
A:What did you use to do in the holidays Grammar 4A (1) chance (2) accident (3) purpose
when you were a kid? Past modals of deduction (4) unintentionally (5) deliberately
B:Wed spend the whole summer playing (6) mistake
(1) cant have been (2) may have been
football.
(3) might not have had
Pronunciation
A: What would you do in my situation? (4) could have worked
would have and wouldnt have
B:Id ask my parents if they could lend (5) cant have made (6) must have buried
me some money. 1 wouldnt have 2 wouldnt have
Grammar 4B 3 would have 4 would have
A:I really dont like my boss and I dont 5 wouldnt have 6 would have
know what to do.
Past modals of deduction
B: Id start looking for a new job. (1) cant/couldnt have been
Listening
(2) might/may/could have belonged
Decision time
Grammar 2A (3) might/may/could have been
(4) must have made 1 True 2 True 3 False 4 False
Second conditional
(5) might/may/could have inherited 5 False 6 True
(1) would you do) (2) won (3) was
(6) must have had
(4) d buy (5) might even go (6) had
(7) cant/couldnt have known
(7) sent (8) would take (9) decided
(10) d put (11) didnt have
(12) wouldnt stay (13) were
Vocabulary 1
(14) d invest (15) got (16) could look
Expressions with lose and lost
1
Grammar 2B lose face/sight of/your mind
Second conditional lost cause
lost track of time
(1) would/might/could happen
nothing to lose
(2) found (3) managed
2
(4) would/might/could they understand
1 lost your mind 2 lost cause
(5) worked out (6) might decide
3 lost track of time 4 lose face
(7) could be (8) turned out (9) were
5 nothing to lose 6 lose sight of
(10) would/might/could probably regret

Grammar 3A
Third conditional
1 d 2 c 3 f 4 a 5 b 6 e

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Unit 9 Love & Hate Grammar 3A Listening
Verb patterns: verbs followed by The greatest match
Grammar 1A prepositions 1 difficult 2 interesting 3 classic
Verb patterns: verbs followed by -ing 1 c 2 d 3 e 4 a 5 g 6 f 7 b 8 i 4 passionate 5 long 6 windy
and infinitive with to 9 h 7 historic 8 exciting

verb + to + verb + -ing verb + to + Grammar 3B


infinitive form infinitive
Verb patterns: verbs followed by
OR verb + -ing
prepositions
form
afford 1 of / of 2 at / at 3 for / for
ask 4 about / about 5 in / in 6 on / on
continue
choose
cant hate Vocabulary 1A
decide to go
stand like Stereotypes
expect to go going OR
enjoy love
help going 1 assumption 2 generalisation
fancy prefer
manage 3 judgement 4 judgemental
start
refuse 5 misconception 6 Satire
want 7 stereotype 8 Tolerance

Grammar 1B Vocabulary
Verb patterns: verbs followed by -ing 1B Stereotypes
and infinitive with to (1) assuming (2) assumption
(1) to make (2) to make (3) judgmental (4) judgment
(3) to work / working (4) to complete (5) misconception (6) misconceive
(5) to stop (6) to pay (7) satirical (8) satirises
(7) to watch / watching (9) stereotype (10) stereotypical
(8) to climb / climbing (9) doing (11) tolerate (12) tolerance
(10) getting (11) to write / writing
(12) communicating Vocabulary 2A
Love
Grammar 1C 1 adore 2 be crazy about 3 be fond of
Verb patterns: verbs followed by -ing 4 be keen on 5 fancy
and infinitive with to 6 have a soft spot for
(1) to study (2) to continue (3) to visit
(4) asking (5) to come (6) to do Vocabulary 2B
(7) going (8) doing (9) cleaning up Love
(10) working (1) crazy (2) keen (3) adores (4) for
(5) fond (6) fancies
Grammar 2A
Comparisons Extend your vocabulary
1 the oldest 2 bigger than I mean
3 wealthier/more wealthy than 1 c 2 d 3 a 4 f 5 b 6 e
4 the most creative 5 the least ambitious
6 faster than 7 more carefully Pronunciation
8 worse than 9 less fluently Stereotypes
10 the best
(1) assuming (2) assumption
(3) generalisation (4) generalise
Grammar 2B
(5) judgemental (6) judgement
Comparisons
(7) misconception (8) misconceive
1 a bit/a little/slightly 2 a lot/much/far (9) satirical (10) satirises
3 a lot/much/far 4 a bit/a little/slightly (11) stereotype (12) stereotypical
5 a lot/much/far 6 a bit/a little/slightly (13) tolerate (14) tolerance

Grammar 2C Pronunciation 2
Comparisons Word stress and meaning
1 nt/not as friendly as 2 as good as 1 never 2 1984 3 book 4 big 5 you
3 nt/not as far as 4 as healthily as 6 Jimmis 7 seen 8 haircut
5 as difficult as 6 as well as

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Unit 10 Beginnings & Vocabulary 1 Extend your vocabulary 2
Books and reading farewell
Endings (1) novel (2) biography (3) guidebook 1 c 2 a 3 d 4 b
(4) atlas, (5) self-help (6) manual
Grammar 1A
(7) magazine (8) journal (9) textbook Pronunciation
Verb form review
(10) notebook (11) hardback Silent letters
(1) re having (2) always organise (12) paperback (13) audio (14) ebook 1 e 2 c 3 i 4 g 5 a 6 j 7 d 8 f
(3) arent (4) re going to have (5) s (15) bookshop (16) library 9 b
(6) ll have (7) ve looked
(8) probably wont rain (9) s making Vocabulary 2A Listening
(10) have already said (11) s going to be Celebrations
(12) cant come
The birthday party
1 party 2 present 3 card 4 toast 1 29 2 first 3 wasnt 4 by the sea
5 candles 5 50th 6 2008
Grammar 1B
Verb form review
Vocabulary 2B
1 How is this drink made? Celebrations
2 The police will be called if we make too
(1) celebrate (2) send / have sent
much noise.
(3) throw/ll throw/will throw
3 My mobiles/has been stolen.
(4) blows/will blow (5) sing / are singing
4 If I liked this music, Id/I would dance.
(6) drink (7) to make
5 She would have said hello if shed/she
(8) give/ll give/will give
had recognised you.
6 He said that hed/had really enjoyed the
Vocabulary 3A
party.
7 I told Sergi to turn the music down.
Death
8 They asked me how I knew Edita. Across 2 grief 5 widower
Down 1 will 2 grave 3 funeral
Grammar 1C 4 body 5 widow
Verb form review
Vocabulary 3B
(1) ve/have been doing
(2) werent/were not
Death
(3) d/would have come (1) view/visit (2) attend (3) show
(4) d/had received (4) visit (5) become (6) write
(5) wasnt/was not invited
(6) were coming (7) d/had invited Vocabulary 4A
(8) to call (9) did you phone Leaving
(10) was shopping (11) was/were 1 retire 2 graduate 3 split up
(12) d/would give 4 hand in your notice 5 move away
6 move out 7 fired 8 pass away
Grammar 2A
Reflexive pronouns Vocabulary 4B
1 each other 2 each other 3 themselves Leaving
4 each other 5 themselves (1) handed in his notice (2) fired
6 themselves (3) retired (4) passed away (5) split up
(6) moved out (7) moved away
Grammar 2B (8) graduated
Reflexive pronouns
(1) yourself (2) ourselves (3) himself Extend your vocabulary 1
(4) myself (5) herself (6) themselves Beginnings and endings
(7) itself (8) yourselves! (1) At (2) at (3) At (4) in (5) In
(6) in (7) In (8) in (9) At (10) At

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Unit 1 Audioscript Pronunciation 3

Listening 1 1 Its international airport is called Jorge Chvez.


This is Terry Hall for Tune In to Technology. When we visit 2 A major tourist attraction is its historic centre, now a
another country and we dont know the language, we often World Heritage Site.
take a phrase book with us. A phrase book is a collection 3 Its ancient monuments include the Huaca
of everyday phrases in the target language. Wecan either Huallamarcatemple.
read out the phrase or point to it in thebook.
4 For modern architecture, visit the citys businessdistrict.
Phrase books are great, but its often difficult to find the
right phrase for the right situation. Now theres a new app 5 Annual cultural events include the Latin American
to help solve the problem. As you possibly know, the word FilmFestival.
app is short for application software. Its a piece of software 6 There are lots of stores but to shop in designer
designed to help you complete specific tasks. Normally, boutiques, head for Avenida Conquistadores.
you download apps from the Internet to use on your
mobile phone or other device.
The new translation app Im testing is great. Imagine
youre sitting in a restaurant in China, and you want to ask
for the bill. All you have to do is say the phrase into your
phone and wait. A few seconds later the translation appears
as a piece of text or audio. Press play, and a voice says the
phrase in the target language.
At the moment the app can translate text to and from
more than 50 languages, including Icelandic and Swahili.
It can only recognise spoken words for a few languages,
including English, Mandarin and Japanese, but the makers
promise new languages are coming soon.

Pronunciation 1
1 Good afternoon.
2 Hows it going?
3 What are you doing here?
4 Could you explain that again?
5 I think weve met before.
6 Im really happy you could make it.

Pronunciation 2
1 I need business English for my work.
2 The builders didnt know enough technical English.
3 I have a good knowledge of legal Spanish.
4 My scientific English is very good.
5 Most doctors need to do a course in medical French.
6 I had to study aviation English.

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