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Answer Key

Unit 1 Answers Extend your vocabulary 1 Reading
1 looks like 4 look like 1
Grammar 1A 2 looks, looks like 5 looks The student’s own answers
1 do 5 Are 3 looks, look like 6 looks like 2
2 does 6 did 1 For work, for education, for a better life
3 is 7 do Vocabulary 2A 2 Parents have to find new friends,
4 Do 8 Do children have to change schools,
Friends Family
grandparents live far from their
classmate wife
Grammar 1B grandchildren
acquaintance husband
1 Are 5 Do 3
colleague brother
2 Do 6 does 1 true
neighbour sister
3 are 7 did 2 false
4 do 3 false
Vocabulary 2B
4
1 classmates 4 colleague
Grammar 2 1 generation 3 urbanization
2 wife 5 friend 2 population 4 rural communities
1 What 5 What 3 acquaintance 6 neighbour 5
2 How 6 How
1 have 5 have
3 What 7 How Extend your vocabulary 2 2 are getting 6 are
4 How
1 in 4 keep 3 is 7 doesn’t have
2 lost 5 out of 4 live 8 are growing
Grammar 3
3 with 6 get
1 hate 5 get 9 sells
Writing
2 send 6 give 10 are Extend your vocabulary 3 2
3 put 7 order 11 has
1 takes place Full name, position/job title, name for
4 do 8 adds 12 doesn’t want
2 taken part friends, country of birth, education, work
3 in place of her history, languages, interests/free time
Grammar 4
4 all over the place activities, job description, family
1 I always take my keys with me when I go 5 out of place 3
out. 6 in the first place 1 both 4 too
2 I usually carry my wallet with me. 7 my place 2 and 5 so
3 I often pay for things by credit card, but 3 but 6 also
I always have some cash in my wallet for Pronunciation 1
small things.
1 Wirz 4 Equinox
4 My mobile phone is almost always in my
2 pferguson 5 Edinburgh
pocket.
3 Apollonos 6 Acacia
5 I go to the gym every morning so my
bag is usually full of my sports clothes.
6 I hardly ever take a bag with me; I
Pronunciation 2
usually just put things in my pockets. 1 a 4c
2 b 5b
Grammar 5 3 a
1 Correct 5 Correct
2 Correct 6 Incorrect
Listening
3 Incorrect 7 Incorrect 1 B 4B
4 Correct 8 Incorrect 2 A 5A
3 A 6B
Vocabulary 1A

Hair Height Weight Age
bald tall fat old
curly short slim young
straight medium- overweight middle-
height aged

Vocabulary 1B
1 A 5B
2 D 6B
3 D 7C
4 A 8C

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Keep stirring 4 ✔ taste everything to stop it from sticking. 6 It’s not just the ingredients that are Grammar 2B Vocabulary 4 important. ice cubes local coffee 2 You will need an onion. some garlic. F 5F 1 a 6a 1 c     2 e    3 f    4 a     5 d     6 b 3 M. go 6 to visit. LA 4 M. 1 much 5 much Vocabulary 3B 4 It looks good and portions are small. Be 2 ✔ vegetables careful. check the snack match fresh sandwich recipe to make sure you have all the breakfast tasty tea ingredients. /tə/ /tuː/ original fish 3 Put some oil in a frying pan to cook exciting meat while you cut the onions and garlic. but they eat some things that are 4 many 8 many 3 tea. healthy 3 many 7 much 2 some milk 5 a few glasses lives. 5 1 a few 4 a little. any milk 6 the tap water not healthy. get carton cheese simple ingredients cup chewing gum healthy menu Grammar 4 cake chop delicious soup 1 Before you start cooking. / (Only) a few. too many Across 1 no time 4 To help 2 enough 5 many 2 eyes    5 fingers    7 feet    8 brain 2 too much 5 to know 3 A lot of. LA 6J 2 some 7 any 4 3 – 8a Vocabulary 3A 1 You need time and clear information.’ Grammar 1A 2 tastes awful 5 tastes of 3 taste sweet countable countable or uncountable Reading uncountable Vocabulary 2A 1 nut steak pasta The student’s own answers sandwich chocolate soup 1 fork 4 frying pan 2 potato coffee bread 2 knife 5 saucepan 1 a lot of 2 a lot of 3 don’t eat meat 3 spoon 6 plate 3 1 J. much Down 3 a few 6 don’t / enough 1 heart    3 skin     4 knee    6 ears Grammar 3 Writing 1 to cook. but about how we eat. LA Grammar 1B Vocabulary 2B 2 J. 1 ✔ special dish 4 Fry the onions and garlic gently.’ 2 lunch 5 dinner so these facilities exist. 3 ✔ recipe 5 Add the meat to the pan. Listening 3 Vocabulary 1A 1 True The student’s own answers 2 True 4 1 d    2 c    3 a     4 b 3 False – The speaker says ‘Many The student’s own answers international organisations are working 5 Vocabulary 1B to improve water purification facilities in The student’s own answers 1 breakfast 4 snack some of the world’s poorest countries. 4 some 9– 1 mug 4 carton 2 Because experts change their advice 5 some 2 bottle 5 cup about what food is good and bad for 3 glass you. vegetarian cake some beef and a tin of tomatoes to Pronunciation 2 typical chocolate make a basic pasta sauce.Answer Key Unit 2 Answers Extend your vocabulary 6 False – The speaker says about the straws that ‘this isn’t the answer for 1 taste like 4 bitter taste everyone. it’s easy to burn them. 2 many 6 many 1 two coffees 4 any orange juice 5 Because the French live long. 7 ✔ rice 7 Cover the pan and leave it to cook chicken gently for 45 minutes. Grammar 2A 3 Not many. 5 ✔ curry 6 Pour in the tomatoes and stir well to 6 ✔ noodles mix. to have 4 to find Pronunciation 1 2 2 to make 5 sell /k/ /tʃ/ food adjectives food nouns 3 to use. 3 eat 6 serve 4 True 5 True Global Pre-intermediate eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 Answer Key 2 .

smashed 3 lamp 6 curtain 3 We didn’t use to have electricity. there didn’t use 5 scared 1 began 5 set to be programmes all day. Grammar 2 3 press 7 rewind 5 He worked as an art researcher. 2 was studying 8 worked 3 finished 9 came Vocabulary 5A Reading 4 had 10 completed Positive Negative 5 taught 11 was sitting 1 excited angry 6 was working 12 was living 1 A music project which offers free happy bored musical instruments and tuition. 4 visited 1 orchestra. 4 anxious 9 relaxed 4 3 In the early days of TV. relaxed sad Grammar 3A 2 Venezuela cheerful miserable 3 For poor children 1 used to listen 4 used to be calm scared 2 2 didn’t use to like 5 used to complain anxious 1 seventies 4 youth 3 used to go 6 did you use to like tense 2 social 5 similar 3 musical Grammar 3B Vocabulary 5B 3 1 Before television. Grammar 1A 2 sofa 5 shelf 2 I used to walk miles to school. 4 shot 1 player 5 record 3 He studied Art History at university. 2 played 6 pressed.Answer Key Unit 3 Answers Vocabulary 2 Pronunciation 2 1 armchair 4 mirror 1 My family used to live in Africa. musicians 5 She used to sing while she worked 2 group. 2 earphones 6 cassette 4 He spent a year in Italy. we used to have a 2 Incorrect 5 Incorrect black and white TV. 2 cheerful 7 angry 2 violence 5 elsewhere 2 People used to go to the cinema to 3 excited 8 tense 3 district watch news films. Vocabulary 6 The student’s own answers 7 I can remember when we used to record 1 d    2 c    3 a    4 f    5 b     6 e 2 programmes onto video cassettes. people used to listen 1 miserable 6 bored 1 tuition 4 inequalities to the radio for news. well-loved Vocabulary 1 asked 1 d    2 a    3 e     4 c    5 b Extend your vocabulary 1 1 discovered 4 undiscovered 2 discovers 5 discovery 3 discoveries Global Pre-intermediate eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 Answer Key 3 . novel 4 Past 8 Past opened wanted Group 3: plot. arrived Vocabulary 3 the river. story. guitarist 1 He enjoyed painting pictures when he 2 wrote 6 stole was young. 2 found 6 was 4 Families used to sit together around the Extend your vocabulary 2 3 didn’t (just) take 7 saw TV in the evening. tale listened Group 4: popular. 1 Correct 4 Correct 4 tried 8 wanted 5 When I was young. 1 ✔    2 ✔    3 ✔    4 ✔     5 ✔    6 ✘ 8 What programmes did you use to enjoy Pronunciation 1 3 as a child? 1 sad 4 exciting /t/ or /d/ /id/ 2 clever 5 popular Grammar 4 walked decided 3 unhappy 6 successful 1 Past 5 Present 9 Present stopped hated 4 2 Present 6 Past 10 Present looked needed Group 1: author. 4 button 8 forward 6 He works as an art curator at a large 1 began 7 wrote gallery. writer 3 Past 7 Past 11 Present worked started Group 2: book. audience Listening 1 paid 5 won 4 drummer. singer Grammar 1B 3 concert. went 7 found Vocabulary 4 2 He became interested in art. stopped 4 My mother used to collect water from 3 studied 7 planned. 1 watched 5 dropped. 3 Correct 6 Correct Writing 6 And there didn’t use to be as many 1 different TV channels as there are today. 3 left.

I’ll get a taxi. intelligent 1 People are living longer and families are do) after would like. So the boys 3 /tɪə(r)z/ 6 /kləʊs/ 5 Someone will meet you at the station. Grammar 3 1 become 4 arrive 7 receive What time’s (=time is) your flight due to 1 will get 2 recieve 5 become 8 receive arrive? The airport is just outside the city. to stay near the beach. 3 incorrect – Use the infinitive with to (to 1 wonderful 4 good-looking. 3 1 worried 4 interested 7 tired Grammar 4 The language of the email is quite formal. 1 plans to open 4 like to live 5 2 going to apply 5 want to experience 1 aid 5 environmental 1 will work 4 will be 3 hope to get 6 looking forward to 2 natural 6 climate 2 won’t retire 5 will use going 3 earthquakes 7 emissions 3 will employ 6 won’t be 4 war 8 efficient Grammar 2 Writing 1 Are you going to 5 I’m going to get Vocabulary 3 1 2 I’m doing 6 I’m driving 1 back 3 away Max and Damien are work colleagues. floods climate change homelessness 1 ageing 3 trend 8 correct carbon crime 2 older 4 retire emissions 4 Grammar 1B The ‘grey pound’ is money that the elderly Vocabulary 2B spend. We’d like 2 /red/ 5 /kləʊz/ 8 /laɪvz/ 4 I’ll call you when I get to the airport. I’ll (= I will) 6 will be able to talk 2 river 5 forest introduce you to everyone and go through 7 will be able to translate 3 desert 6 ocean the schedule for the week. beautiful 2 People of working age will have to pay 5 correct more in taxes to pay for pensions and 6 incorrect – Use a verb with -ing (finding) Vocabulary 2A we will need more healthcare workers after look forward to. In the evening. 4 correct 3 well-off. together 2 4 are you getting 8 I’m going to come I’m (=I am) just writing to check your travel Vocabulary 4 plans for your visit next week. B: We plan to go to the coast. and fewer teachers. Have 4 won’t need Vocabulary 5 you got the address? 5 won’t use 1 lake 4 mountains When you get to the office. 9 won’t be able to steal Extend your vocabulary we’ll (= we will) all go out for a meal. It should cost about €30. 6 If it’s raining. 2 bored 5 terrifying 8 amazing 1 you arrive 5 you get 9 you make 1 Dear Damien 3 surprising 6 frightened 2 you’ll meet 6 he’ll tell 10 you’ll lose 2 Thanks for your email. 3 He’ll go 7 You’ll be 11 will tell 3 I’m afraid I don’t know the address. 2 bad 5 clever having fewer children. will be able to go surfing.Answer Key Unit 4 Answers Vocabulary 1A Reading 1 wonderful 4 tense 1 Grammar 1A 2 excellent 5 miserable 1 8 4 Japan 3 happy 2 2050 5 social. Grammar 5A disease hunger poverty recycle 5 Best wishes. natural environmental social issues 7 incorrect – Use I’d like + the infinitive 3 The student’s own answer disasters issues with to (to have) to talk about future earthquakes pollution poverty 3 hopes or plans. Then I’ll (= I 8 will improve will) take you to your hotel. footprint energy efficient 4 1 f    2 c     3 e    4 a    5 b     6 g    7 d issue pollution 1 e     2 c    3 a     4 f    5 b    6 d 5 Grammar 5B 1 My train is due to arrive at 16. economic 1 correct 2 incorrect – Use the infinitive with to (to 3 Uganda Vocabulary 1B 2 work) after want. 3 are you staying 7 Are you going to stay 2 around 4 up. 2 will be able to access 3 become 6 arrive so it’s (it is) probably best to get a taxi to 3 will be the office.30. A: Where are you going on holiday this Pronunciation 2 2 I’ll get a bus to the city centre. we’ll probably rent a cottage. A: Are you going to stay in a hotel? Listening B: No. 1 c    2 b    3 a    4 c     5 a Global Pre-intermediate eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 Answer Key 4 . year? 1 /riːd/ 4 /teə(r)z/ 7 /lɪvz/ 3 I plan to drive to the conference centre. Pronunciation 1 4 you start 8 will ask 12 you get 4 I look forward to meeting you on oO Oo Ooo oOo Monday.

Grammar 1B 2 ✔ 4 Cycling is good for you. Global Pre-intermediate eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 Answer Key 5 . 1 Workers 5 breaks Grammar 2B 2 hours 6 security 2 1 don’t have to buy 3 shifts 7 training 1 more easily work from home. 3 ’ve worked 6 ’ve never worked 1 Have you ever done 6 I’ve never worked 5 Surfing and skiing are popular sports 2 I’ve had 7 I’ve done with young people. 7 ✔ verb.Answer Key Unit 5 Answers 3 I worked 4 I picked 8 I left 9 I put Pronunciation 3 1 got 4 eaten 5 It was Grammar 1A 2 gone 5 paid 1 has 5 work 3 learnt Grammar 6 2 worked 6 have 1 Have you ever skied before? Listening 3 got 7 has 2 I’ve only tried a few times on lower 4 have 8 speak USA Australia Canada slopes. 3 ✔ 2 correct 6 I don’t cycle in the city without wearing a 4 ✔ 3 incorrect – you cannot contract have to helmet. don’t have to sign 4 wages 8 employ stay in contact with work when they are 3 can always train not in the office. 1 studied 4 taught 4 Some people enjoy collecting things. ✔ 5 must wear stay in the office all day. jobs 4 jobs 6 mustn’t go 3 2 job 5 work. AUX 6 have. 5 ✔ as a modal verb 7 Can anyone go surfing? 6 ✔ 4 incorrect – we use have to as a modal 8 You have to be quite fit. MV Grammar 3B Vocabulary 4 1 working 5 mind 1 c   2 g   3 a   4 h   5 d   6 e   7 b   8 f Writing 2 enjoy 6 learning 1 3 sitting 7 stand Pronunciation 1 The student’s own answers 4 doing 8 Writing 1 can 4 must 2 2 can’t 5 can’t 1 don’t have to have 3 must be Grammar 4A 3 can 6 mustn’t 2 must be 4 must be 1 been 5 had 3 2 delivered 6 met Pronunciation 2 1 present perfect to talk about past 3 chosen 7 spoken 1 Many young people spend their experiences 4 driven 8 written evenings on social networking websites. MOD 3 has. ✔ 4 have to do Extend your vocabulary 2 always work at the same desk. jobs 1 out of the office 3 work 2 nine to five Grammar 3A 3 keep in touch 1 jogging 4 cooking Vocabulary 3 4&5 2 skiing 5 swimming 1 in. but use any desk that’s 1 b    2 d     3 a     4 c     5 e Vocabulary 2 available when they come in. a lot of people like sitting on in the past 2 gone 5 been the beach. not have got to 9 You must be a good swimmer. reading a book or just doing 4 3 gone 6 gone nothing. 8 ✔ 5 incorrect – the negative of have as a main verb is don’t have Vocabulary 1 Reading 6 correct Across 1 7 correct 5 lawyer 6 politician 7 teacher Teleworking means working from home 8 incorrect – the negative of the modal Down with the help of new technology. MV 3 cycling 6 snowboarding 2 off 4 to. ✔ 2 can run. 2 wrote 5 ’ve taken Grammar 5 such as stamps or coins. AUX 4 have. 1 ✔ 3 I’ve never been on a ski lift. on 3 down 1 has. MOD 5 have. in 2 have. 2 past simple to talk about a specific time 2 Fishing is the most popular hobby in in the past Grammar 4B England. 1 incorrect – many banks (they) + have 5 I enjoy riding in the countryside. 3 past simple to talk about a specific time 1 been 4 been 3 On holiday. have to is don’t have to 1 journalist 2 waiter 3 builder Hot desking is a way of working in which 4 doctor employees don’t have their own desk Grammar 2A in the office. ✔ 1 work.

uk 8 charge up it The student’s own answers 3 en.com 7 take out it 4 2 news.bbc.wikipedia. 3 out 7 on 2 7 But they weren’t as healthy as we are. 1 up 5 down. a personal 1 scholarship 5 weakness computer (PC) is the smallest.com Vocabulary 1A 5 h_stein@webmail.smith21@hotmail. off 1 Advantages 3 Advantages 6 They had to walk much further than we 2 in 6 in 2 Disadvantages 4 Disadvantages do. 3 most popular 3 computer screen 6 text message 2 They worked just as hard as we do. 6 much cheaper 4 So people’s lifestyles weren’t as 1 c   2 a    3 e   4 g   5 d   6 h   7 b   8 f stressful as ours.co. 4 more expensive 9 more popular 2 scientist 6 economist 3 5 wetter 3 teacher 7 relationship 1 a    2 b    3 c    4 b     5 a 4 researcher 4 Grammar 1C 1 portable 1 more quickly. more efficiently Extend your vocabulary 2 2 affordable 2 more easily 1 That’s right 4 I’m afraid so 3 available 3 better 2 Yep 5 Definitely 5 4 faster 3 Okay 1 acceptable 3 noticeable 5 worse 2 avoidable 4 recyclable Vocabulary 3 6 Grammar 2 1 so has 1 laptop 4 headphones 1 My grandparents’ lifestyle was much 2 plug your computer into 2 keyboard 5 mobile phone simpler than ours.ch 1 c   2 h   3 e    4 g    5 f    6 b   7 a   8 d Global Pre-intermediate eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 Answer Key 6 .org 4 j. 4 as well as 3 Things happened much more slowly in 5 neither do Vocabulary 4A those days. Writing 5 They were probably a bit fitter than Vocabulary 4B 1 people nowadays. Vocabulary 5 3 more convenient 7 safer 1 So was 4 So does 4 easier 8 the most useful Grammar 3 2 So did 5 Me too 3 1 the loudest 5 the coldest 3 Neither has 6 Neither do These things would be suitable for an 2 the most dangerous 6 the largest introduction: 3 the most popular 7 The deepest Pronunciation 1 background to the topic – mobile phones 4 the heaviest 8 the driest 1 engineer 4 research have become more common across the 2 far 5 spa world Grammar 4 3 portable general questions – Are mobile phones These phrases are incorrect: bad for society? 3 switch off it Pronunciation 2 the topic of the essay – mobile phones 4 print out them have both advantages and disadvantages 1 www.Answer Key Unit 6 Answers Vocabulary 1B Listening 1 popular 5 nervous 1 less interested 5 useful Grammar 1A 2 cheaper 6 safer 2 Fewer 6 relevant 1 heavier 5 longer 3 wider 7 satisfied 3 calculation 7 less 2 more slowly 6 taller 4 stressful 8 easier 4 common 3 faster 7 more sensitive Extend your vocabulary 1 4 thinner 8 healthier Reading 1 spirits 4 top 1 2 down 5 air Grammar 1B 1 miniseries 3 minivan 3 heart 1 faster 6 drier 2 microchips 4 microwave 2 taller 7 larger 2 Vocabulary 2 3 worse 8 bigger A minicomputer is the largest. 4 down 8 down 1 The most annoying 5 the worst 8 People were much more likely to die of 2 better 6 more polite common diseases.google.

3 I believe that it is important for families 2 buy 5 both 5 Has Britain started using the Euro (yet)? to spend time together. 3 home 6 alone 6 Scientists have (already) discovered 4 We should spend more of our free cures for many diseases (already).Answer Key 1 Unit 7 Answers Vocabulary 5 Writing 1 take 5 spend 1 Grammar 1A 2 pay 6 earn 1 b    2 c    3 e    4 d    5 f    6 a 3 earn 7 take 2 for since 4 owe 8 pay Suggested answers: several hours last Friday Most people travel from New York to two weeks 1956 Extend your vocabulary London by plane these days. New inventions include the a long time the 10th century 3 lend 7 borrowed plane. 3 Vocabulary 3 1 cash 5 PIN 1 overtime 4 save 2 credit card 6 purchase 2 zones 5 waste 3 debit card 7 transaction 3 spend 6 free 4 coins 4 Vocabulary 4 1 out 4 over. and many 20 years 5th June 1 lend 5 borrow homes have a washing machine and a few minutes 4 o’clock 2 borrow 6 lent electric lights. time for doing exercise and outdoor Listening 7 Doctors have (already) managed to activities. 5 ✔ 1 It is certainly true that we / people 2 Men haven’t (yet) been to other planets 6 ✔ have a lot more free time than our (yet). 2 ✔ 4 Grammar 2 3 ✔ The student’s own answer 1 People have (already) travelled into 4 ✔ 5 space (already). Down 4 South Korea. grandparents did. 1 Wednesday    2 January 5 It would take a long time for everyone to 5 evening    6 second    8 summer change their mobile phones. 1 hole 4 the 1930s 2 leather 5 inflation Grammar 3 3 before 1 A     2 B     3 A     4 A    5 A    6 B Vocabulary 1 Reading 1 In 5 in 1 2 at 6 at Suggested answer: A society in which 3 on 7 in people don’t use cash to pay for the 4 On things that they buy. 2 Vocabulary 2 1 Cash is the most popular way to pay for small purchases. 1 mortgage 4 house adopted the Euro (already). transplant all kinds of organs (already). the washing machine and the light 4 borrow bulb. around 1 c    2 e    3 a    4 f     5 d     6 b 2 for 5 in 3 by Global Pre-intermediate eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 Answer Key 7 . 3 Have spacecraft landed on Mars (yet)? Pronunciation 2 2 I think it that people could use their free 4 Many European countries have (already) time more wisely. use the internet and their 3 for 7 since /ai/ /ei/ a different sound computer. read newspapers and go to the 4 in 8 in 1 ✔ cinema. Grammar 1B 3 1 since 5 since Suggested answer: People watch 2 since 6 for Pronunciation 1 television. 1 5 I don’t think that there are enough 8 We haven’t (yet) found a cure for the 1 d    2 a    3 f    4 b     5 g     6 e    7 c things for young people to do in their common cold (yet). Across 2 More than half. 3 February    4 seasons    7 July 3 You touch your mobile phone to a reader 8 spring     9 morning and the payment is made instantly. 2 free time.

2 along 8 down 3 past 9 through 4 into 10 into 5 across 11 up 6 around Global Pre-intermediate eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 Answer Key 8 . 4 house 8 housework often following the animals which they herd or hunt. Sámi and 1 out of 7 across Bedouin nomads. 2 of 5 of Grammar 2 2 3 in 6 of 1 c    2 a    3 g    4 b    5 f    6 d     7 e 1 will pay 5 can call 3 2 you are 6 you take part Vocabulary 5 1 sightseeing 5 landmark 3 lose 7 you pay 1 Tourism 5 tourist attraction 2 explore 6 tourist attraction 4 is delayed 8 you can visit 2 visited 6 tourist activities 3 atmosphere 7 stroll 3 on holiday 7 tourists 4 buzzing Grammar 3A 4 travellers 8 souvenirs 1 d     2 c     3 f    4 b     5 e     6 a Pronunciation 1 Grammar 3B 1 hour 4 flight 1 were 5 wouldn’t stop 2 kitchen 5 phone 2 ’d paint 6 didn’t speak 3 ghost 6 fish 3 knew 7 ’d live 4 found 8 ’d grow Pronunciation 2 1 I could live. pet 4 tail Grammar 1B don’t move. Text 2 is 1 at 4 about from a guidebook. Vocabulary 2 The article mentions Mongolian. I’d have Grammar 4 2 could change.Answer Key Unit 8 Answers Extend your vocabulary 2 2 1 drive 4 ride Mongolians the Sámi the Bedouin Grammar 1A 2 tour 5 trips 1 ✔ ✔ ✔ 3 trip 6 journey. ears 6 domestic Writing 2 was built 6 were used 3 was finished 7 were taken Vocabulary 4 1 4 is used 8 aren’t allowed Text 1 was written by a visitor. flight. would you change 1 a    2 b    3 b    4 b    5 b     6 a 3 have. move Vocabulary 1 5 I’d keep. ride 2 ✔ ✔ 1 is known 3 ✔ 2 is located Vocabulary 3A 4 ✔ ✔ 3 is officially recognised 5 ✔ ✔ 4 was originally called Across 4 rabbit    5 budgie    8 dog     10 snake 6 ✔ 5 was changed 6 was connected Down 3 7 was constructed 1 horse    2 spider    3 mouse   1 are made 5 is threatened 8 was built 6 goldfish    7 hamster     9 cat 2 is covered 6 is legally protected 9 was created 3 are packed 7 can only be done 10 was printed Vocabulary 3B 4 are rebuilt 8 are divided 4 1 kept. we’ll probably move 4 We’ll have to. lived 1 kitchen 4 living room 2 bathroom 5 dining room Listening 3 bedroom 6 hall 1 c     2 b     3 a     4 c    5 b Extend your vocabulary 1 Reading 1 home 5 home 1 2 homework 6 home Nomads are people who do not have a 3 house 7 home fixed home and move from place to place. won’t find 2 legs 5 owners 1 was designed 5 are visited 3 fur.

Past perfect = had 5 go 10 do 1 should get up 5 ought to take given up 2 should drink 6 shouldn’t wear 5 Vocabulary 5 1 had already performed 3 ’d had 3 shouldn’t drink 7 should choose 4 must take 8 ought to try 1 team 6 losers 2 ’d developed 4 ’d received 2 players 7 play Grammar 2 3 individual 8 go Writing 4 winner 9 do 1 couldn’t keep 4 didn’t have to eat 2 5 race 2 had to be used 5 could store 1 Make sure 3 could keep 6 had to cook 2 You don’t need to buy Extend your vocabulary 3 You should get Grammar 3A 1 beat 4 won. beating 5 you ought to do 1 ’d injured 5 had broken 3 was won 6 You must get 2 ’d hurt 6 ’d taken 7 It’s worth spending 3 ’d tripped 7 ’d already promised Vocabulary 6 8 Don’t be afraid to 4 ’d eaten 8 had crashed 1 ask. say 4 asked. they hadn’t won / they had not Listening won 1 thirty 4 regularly 4 wasn’t playing / was not playing. told 9 You could just have 2 tells 5 say 3 Grammar 3B 3 ask Suggested answers 1 he’d injured his leg Skiing Tennis Cycling Golf 2 Michael had hurt his knee Pronunciation 1 skis tennis cycling golf 3 he’d eaten some bad food 1 Different 4 Same ski boots racket shorts shoes 4 it had broken down 2 Same 5 Different ski poles tennis helmet golf clubs 5 Theo had promised to take his girlfriend 3 Different 6 Same ski pants balls bike golf balls away jacket trainers gloves golf bag 6 his computer had crashed Pronunciation 2 gloves shorts t-shirt Grammar 4 1 injection 4 disease 1 the team had played 2 ambulance 5 individual 2 she’d trained / she had trained.Answer Key Unit 9 Answers Vocabulary 2 Reading 1 break 5 go 1 Grammar 1A 2 have 6 take 1 Christiaan Barnard 4 Nine hours 1 incorrect – Use shouldn’t + infinitive (go 3 stay 7 cause 2 1967 5 Eighteen days out – NOT going) 4 visit 8 consult 3 South Africa 2 correct 2 3 incorrect – Use ought to + infinitive (eat) Vocabulary 3 c 4 incorrect – Use mustn’t + infinitive (go – 3 1 c    2 e    3 a    4 d    5 f     6 b NOT to go) 1 mt    2 p    3 mt   4 p   5 p   6 p   7 mc 5 correct 4 Vocabulary 4 6 correct 1 Operations on animals. she was 3 medicine / was 3 he was. winning 4 try asking 2 beat 5 won. he’d 2 health 5 do injured / he had injured 3 running 5 it definitely hadn’t been / it definitely had not been Vocabulary 1 1 the matter 5 well 2 caught 6 wrong 3 sore 7 I’ve got 4 blocked 8 I feel Global Pre-intermediate eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 Answer Key 9 . Past perfect = 7 incorrect – Use must + infinitive (read – 1 go 6 do had spent NOT to read) 2 go 7 play 2 The woman died. Past perfect = had 3 play 8 play died Grammar 1B 4 do 9 play 3 Surgeons gave up.

general knowledge 2 ✔ 1 manufacture 4 developing 3 who / that. only referred part of superlative 4 driving 5 one to before a name 1 which / that. 2 rode 6 get in Grammar 2A 6 Wikipedia is the world’s biggest 3 by bicycle 7 get out encyclopedia. Pronunciation 1 4 the 9 The 7 (it was first used) to describe 5 The 10 the /pl/ /tr/ /st/ /str/ 1 ✔ Writing Grammar 3 2 ✔ 1 1 d    2 h   3 a   4 e   5 c   6 g   7 b    8 f 3 ✔ It’s about a library. father 4 ✔ 3 designed 6 built 5 who / that. 3 that 8 who 3 brand 5 fresh 3 4 who 9 which 1 c   2 e   3 f    4 a    5 d    6 b 5 which 10 who Vocabulary 3A 4 1 bus 4 motorbike/motorcycle 1 The word encyclopedia comes from a Grammar 1B 2 underground 5 taxi Greek phrase.000 years 4 printed book 1 the 5a Vocabulary 2B 2 working clock 5 1. volume 5 ✔ 6 which / that. key words 6 ✔ Vocabulary 5 6 – all answers are in paragraphs 1 or 2 7 ✔ 1 player 6 square 1 (we) look 8 ✔ 2 counter 7 land on 2 (printed encyclopedias) were 3 board 8 win 3 (The Internet) has revolutionised Grammar 2B 4 (it) was first used 4 turn 9 piece 1 a 6 - 11 the 5 (Aristotle) is sometimes called 5 roll the dice 2 the 7 the 12 the 6 (The Internet has revolutionised the way) 3 a 8 the 13 the that we look for information. a 2 city 5 village Global Pre-intermediate eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 Answer Key 10 . The missing word is 4 ✔ ‘library’.000 years + 2 a 6 the 3 England 6 Egypt/Morocco 3 the 7a 1 state 4 country 4 the 8 the. 2 who has just been 3 The first encyclopedias were textbooks 3 which was first visited Vocabulary 3B for students. 1 What’s overall Vocabulary 2A 1 city    2 clock     3 text    4 university more.Answer Key Unit 10 Answers 3 capital 6 birthplace Reading 1 Grammar 1A Extend your vocabulary 1 The student’s own answers 1 who 6 that 1 cutting-edge 3 innovative 2 2 which 7 which 2 latest 4 modern See answers to 3 below. because conclusion. 4 neither of them 9 both cities are 9 ✔ 3 5 Both of them are 10 Neither city is 10 ✔ 1 D   2 B   3 A   4 C 4 Vocabulary 1 Pronunciation 2 Giving more Contrasting Giving Giving a 1 mouse 4 blog 1 a    2 a    3 b   4 b   5 a information information reasons conclusion 2 brunch 5 virus and but as In 3 carbon 6 email Listening also However. 1 who has recently started 3 bicycle/bike 6 plane/airplane/aeroplane 2 No copies of the Disciplinae exist today. historian 3 ✔ 2 produced 5 causing 4 who / that. Grammar 4 5 ✔ 2 1 both cities 6 both are 6 ✔ It doesn’t mention ‘How to become a 2 Both cities have 7 both places 7 ✔ member’ but it mentions all the other 3 Both places are 8 both have 8 ✔ things. Vocabulary 4 7 which many people think is 5 The first encyclopedia on CD-ROM had 1 getting on 5 get on audio and video material. source 1 ✔ Extend your vocabulary 2 2 which / that. 1 f   2 c    3 a    4 g   5 b   6 e   7 d 2 5 1 10. 4 which you make 4 Information on the first digital 1 b   2 b   3 c    4 a   5 c   6 c 5 which is old encyclopedias was organized by 6 who has been doing subject.

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