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2nd edition

Unit 1   Self Check

1 Complete the adjectives with the endings in the box. 4 Choose the correct answers.
ant ative ent  ent est ful ous ous 1 Jan suggested to eat out / eating out.

1 seri 2 Although it was past midnight, I carried on to work /


working.
2 gener
3 You promised to write / writing to me.
3 talk
4 I usually avoid to go out / going out in the rain.
4 mod
5 Josh can’t stand to wait / waiting for people.
5 arrog
6 Dave spends a lot of time to play / playing computer
6 confid games.
7 grate 7 I look forward to see / seeing you again.
8 impati 8 Do you expect to pass / passing your exams?
Mark:   /8 Mark:   /8

2 Match the two halves of the musical styles. Write them Total:   /30
correctly.
1 classic a metal 1 classical
2 heavy b ie 2 I can …
3 R& c al 3 Read the statements. Think about your progress
4 ind d western 4 and tick one of the boxes..
5 country and e roll 5 ✶ = I need more practice. ✶ ✶ = I sometimes find
6 regg f B 6 this difficult. 
✶ ✶ ✶ = No problem!
7 rock ’n’ g ae 7
Mark:   /6
✶ ✶✶ ✶ ✶ ✶
I can describe someone’s
3 Complete the sentences with the verbs in the box. personality. (SB p.4)
Use the present simple or the present continuous.
I can talk about what I usually do
not come  drive  have  know  laugh  rain and what I’m doing now. (SB p.5)
not understand  watch  wear
I can talk about hobbies and
1 ‘ it a lot in Scotland?’ interests. (SB p.6)
‘Yes, it’s a very wet country.’ I can identify and use different
2 Why you ? It isn’t funny! verb patterns. (SB p.7)
3 I this word. Can I borrow your dictionary? I can understand an article about
music and personality. (SB p.8)
4 We a party next Saturday. Can you come?
I can exchange information about
5 Why you gloves? It isn’t cold.
hobbies. (SB p.10)
6 Jason never to work as he hasn’t got a car.
I can write a message about
7 We usually a DVD on Friday evening. myself for a website. (SB p.11)
8 Dave and Ann to the concert on Friday.
They’re busy.
Mark:   /8

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Unit 2   Self Check

1 Solve the anagrams and write the sports. 4 Complete the email. Use the past simple or past
continuous form of the verbs in brackets.
1 kelatbsalb 6 xogibn
Hi Monica!
I1 (look) for my gym shoes this morning when
I2 (find) my old ice skates at the back of the
2 buryg 7 iworgn
wardrobe. My mum 3 (give) them to me for
my birthday about three years ago. Do you remember?
The next day, I 4 (go) skating with my sister,
3 cei khecyo 8 kis mujp Lisa. We 5 (dance) together on the ice when
I6 (fall) over. I was really in pain, but nobody
could hear me because the music 7 (play)
so loudly. It was Lady Gaga, Just Dance. I still hate that
4 labbelsa 9 ngilitefiwght song! When I got home, I 8 (throw) the skates
into the wardrobe. I 9
(not wear) them again
after that!
Love,
5 nimnotdba
Holly

Mark:   /9
Mark:   /9
2 Choose the correct verbs.
1 Let’s have / invite a barbecue this Sunday. Total:   /30

2 I often go / visit relatives at weekends.


3 Who wants to cook / spend dinner tonight? I can ...
4 Do you want to be / go to a party this evening? Read the statements. Think about your progress
5 My parents are in London to see / visit a show. and tick one of the boxes..
6 We never go / play volleyball at school. ✶ = I need more practice. ✶ ✶ = I sometimes find
this difficult. 
Mark:   /6
✶ ✶ ✶ = No problem!
3 Make the affirmative sentences negative and the
✶ ✶✶ ✶ ✶ ✶
negative sentences affirmative.
I can talk about sports I like.
1 England didn’t take part in the World Cup finals.
(SB p.14)

I can describe past events. (SB
2 We spent a lot of money on the party. p.15)
I can understand information
3 I bought this mobile phone online. about a sporting event. (SB p.16)
I can tell a short story using past
tenses. (SB p.17)
4 My grandfather didn’t teach science.
I can understand a magazine
article. (SB p.18)
5 I knew all the answers in the quiz.
I can chat about what happened at
the weekend. (SB p.20)
6 Our train didn’t leave on time. I can write an informal thank-you
letter. (SB p.21)

Mark:   /6

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Unit 3   Self Check

1 Look at the pictures and do the crossword. 4 What is missing from each sentence? Tick ✓ the correct
1 2
box.
5
1 My grandparents always loved dancing.
3
a  an  the  nothing missing
1 2 We called police immediately.
4
2 a  an  the  nothing missing
5
3 The next day, we went for a swim in sea.
3 6
4 a  an  the  nothing missing
7
4 Pablo Picasso was great artist.
7
6 8 a  an  the  nothing missing
5 Hey! Don’t drop litter on pavement, please!
8 9 9 a  an  the  nothing missing
6 I hate big cities. I always get lost!
a  an  the  nothing missing
Mark:   /9
7 There’s cottage next to the farmhouse.
a  an  the  nothing missing
2 Complete the directions with the words in the box.
8 He’s amazing guitarist, but he can’t sing.
end go straight take through turn
a  an  the  nothing missing
1 Go the gate.
Mark:   /8
2 Walk to the of the lane.
3 Go on. Total:   /30
4 past the farmhouse.
5 right at the traffic lights.
6 the first left.
I can ...
Read the statements. Think about your progress
Mark:   /6
and tick one of the boxes.
✶ = I need more practice. ✶ ✶ = I sometimes find
3 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. this difficult. 
Use each expression of quantity once only.
✶ ✶ ✶ = No problem!
some any much many a lot of a few 
a little ✶ ✶✶ ✶ ✶ ✶
1 Wow! There was snow here last night – I can describe a place in the town
more than 30 cm! or country. (SB p.24)
2 Only add sugar to the pudding, because I can talk about quantities. (SB p.25)
the apples are already sweet. I can understand a controversial
3 There’s orange juice in the cupboard. Help topic. (SB p.26)
yourself. I can correctly use ‘a/an’ and ‘the’
4 Her dad gives her euros each week for with nouns. (SB p.27)
cleaning the car. I can understand a newspaper
5 Fish are easy to keep because they don’t eat very article. (SB p.28)
. I can describe and speculate
6 Plants can’t grow on the moon because there isn’t about a picture. (SB p.30)
water. I can write a blog entry about my
7 How people came to the show? holiday. (SB p.31)
Mark:   /7

Total:   /30

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Unit 4   Self Check

1 Complete the types of film. Use a, e, i, o and u. 4 Complete the sentences with enough and too.
1 h _ st _ r _ c _ l dr _ m _ 6 thr _ ll _ r 1 Are you warm ?
2 r _ m _ nt _ c c _ m _ dy 7 d _ s _ st _ r f _ lm 2 This coffee is sweet.
3 w _ st _ rn 8 _ ct _ _n f _ lm
3 I don’t have time to help you.
4 m _ s _ c _ l 9 _n _m _t _d f _ lm
4 There isn’t bread for breakfast.
5 h _ rr _ r f _ lm
Mark:   /4
Mark:   /9

5 Complete the second sentence so that it means the


2 Complete the sentences about films with the adjectives
same as the first sentence. Use (not) as … as.
in the box.
1 a Kate is more annoying than Sonia.
dull moving predictable serious spectacular
violent b Sonia Kate.
2 a Emma Thompson and Meryl Streep are both talented.
1 The ending wasn’t a surprise, it was very .
b Emma Thompson .
2 The film was really . In fact, I fell asleep!
3 a Eclipse is more entertaining than Toy Story 3.
3 I cried at the end of the film because it was so
b Toy Story 3 .
.
4 a Pete is 1 m 50 tall. Liam is 1 m 50 tall, too.
4 Most James Bond films start with a stunt.
b Pete .
5 It was a film, with a lot of blood in the fight
scenes. Mark:   /4
6 There was one funny scene, but most of the film was
. Total:   /30

Mark:   /6
I can ...
3 Do the comparatives and superlatives crossword.
Read the statements. Think about your progress
ACROSS  and tick one of the boxes.
3 Harry’s taller Jane. ✶ = I need more practice. ✶ ✶ = I sometimes find
5 Who is popular, Tom Cruise or Russell this difficult. 
Crowe? ✶ ✶ ✶ = No problem!
6 The comparative form of good is .
✶ ✶✶ ✶ ✶ ✶
DOWN 
I can talk about different types of
1 The comparative form of easy is . film. (SB p.34)
2 The superlative form of wet is . I can make comparisons. (SB p.35)
3 Who’s shortest girl in the class? I can talk about award
ceremonies. (SB p.36)
4 The comparative form of bad is .
I can use different structures to
1 2
make comparisons. (SB p.37)
3
I can understand an article about
4 stunts. (SB p.38)

5
I can buy tickets for a film or
concert. (SB p.40)
6
I can write a questionnaire about
TV and films. (SB p.41)

Mark:   /7

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Unit 5   Self Check

1 Complete the note with the correct shops. 5 Complete the sentences. Use the past simple or present
perfect form of the verbs in brackets.
Hi Janice 1 I love this hat. I (have) it since I was ten
We need to get ready for the barbecue tomorrow. I’ve gone to years old.
the 1e s to buy a new CD player because
opposite. Can 2 I don’t want to watch that DVD again. I
ours is broken. I’ll buy salad at the g
2

sausages at the (see) it three times!


you walk to the High Street and get some
3
b and some bread at the b 4 ? Get me a 3 Karen isn’t here. She (leave) ten minutes
magazine from the 5n while you’re out. Thanks! ago.
By the way, I saw a beautiful house in the window of the 4 I (know) my best friend Harry for about five
6
e a . Have a look while you’re in town! years now.
5 We (not take) many photos on our last
holiday.
Mark:   /6
6 I’ve got two Stephen King novels at home, but I
(not read) them.
2 Answer the questions. Write the correct shops.
7 you ever (go) to Japan?
1 Where can you buy a jacket and trousers?
8 My brother (not enjoy) the horror film. It

was too scary!
2 Where can you buy a doll and a kite?
Mark:   /8

3 Where can you buy a dictionary and a novel?
Total    /30

4 Where can you buy a tennis racket and a football?
I can ...
Mark:   /4 Read the statements. Think about your progress
and tick one of the boxes.
3 Order the words to make sentences. ✶ = I need more practice. ✶ ✶ = I sometimes find
1 refund / have / Can / a / I ? this difficult. 
✶ ✶ ✶ = No problem!
2 all / that / for / Is / today ?
3 try / else / I’ll / somewhere
✶ ✶✶ ✶ ✶ ✶
4 price / the / What’s ? I can identify different shops and
5 it / I’ll / buy what they sell. (SB p.44)
I can talk about recent events.
Mark:   /5 (SB p.45)
I can talk about a famous
4 Write the present perfect form of the verbs in brackets. shopping and entertainment
district. (SB p.46)
Hi Lily! We 1 (be) in Scotland since Sunday. It 2 (rain)
I can talk about past experiences
every day so far, but we 3
(have) a good time anyway. We 4
and when they happened.
(visit) two castles and a museum. I 5 (not take) many (SB p.47)
photos because I’m waiting for the weather to get better! I can understand an article about
Would you like a souvenir? I 6 (not buy) anything yet, but online auctions. (SB p.48)
we’re going shopping tomorrow. I can complain in a shop. (SB p.50)
Hope you are well. 7 (you / play) your tennis match I can write a formal letter of
against Maria? complaint. (SB p.51)
See you soon, Ben

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Unit 6   Self Check

1 Complete the electronic devices. Use a, e, i, o and u. 5 Rewrite the sentences using the verb in brackets.
1 s _ t _ ll _ t _ TV Sometimes you need to make the verb negative.
2 g _ m _ s c _ ns _ l _ 1 It’s possible that it’s true. (could)
3 d_g_t_l r_d__
4 h _ rd d_ sk r_ c _ rd _ r 2 It’s possible that we won’t go out on Sunday. (might)
5 d _ g _ t _ l ph _ t _ fr _ m _
6 sm _ rtph _ n _ 3 It’s possible that he’ll want to borrow my notebook. (may)
7 c _ mc _ rd _ r
8 s _ tn _ v 4 It’s possible that I’ll buy a tablet PC. (might)
Mark:   /8
5 It’s possible that it’ll snow tonight. (could)

2 Choose the correct verbs. 6 It’s possible that we won’t win the match. (may)
1 You can’t do / make a call here, there’s no reception.
2 With this box, you can go back / rewind a programme
and watch it again. Mark:   /6
3 I need to get up / pick up my emails.
4 Can you see / surf the Net on your phone? Total:   /30
5 It only takes a few seconds to download / load a book
from the Internet.
6 My phone is dead. I need to charge / fill the battery. I can ...
Mark:   /6 Read the statements. Think about your progress
and tick one of the boxes.
3 Complete the conversation. Use will or going to and the ✶ = I need more practice. ✶ ✶ = I sometimes find
verbs in brackets. this difficult. 
A Are you 1 going to come (come) to the cinema with ✶ ✶ ✶ = No problem!
me and Tom on Saturday afternoon?
B No, I’ve got other plans. I 2 (play) volleyball ✶ ✶✶ ✶ ✶ ✶
at the sports centre. We’ve got a match.
I can describe electronic devices.
A What time 3 the match (finish)?
(SB p.54)
B At about three, I think. What time does the film start?
A At four. Tom and I 4 (meet) at the cinema at I can make predictions, offers,
3.45. promises and decisions. (SB p.55)
B OK. I 5 (phone) you when the match has I can talk about how people use
finished. Perhaps I 6 (be) able to come social media. (SB p.56)
along. I can talk about outcomes and
Mark:   /5 possibilities. (SB p.57)
I can understand an article in
4 Complete the zero conditional sentences. Use the verbs detail. (SB p.58)
in brackets. I can make and accept or decline
1 If you this button, the music an invitation. (SB p.60)
louder. (press, get) I can write a message giving
2 Plants if you don’t them enough operating instructions. (SB p.61)
water. (die, give)
3 Coffee sweet if you sugar to it.
(taste, add)
4 If she late, her mum angry.
(stay out, get)
5 If my children a cold, I usually it.
(have, catch)
Mark:   /5

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Unit 7   Self Check

1 Do the crossword. 5 We at home if there’s a good film on TV.


6 If you me £10, I’ll pay you back next week.
1 2

3
7 I you with your homework if you tidy your
room first.
Mark:   /7
4 5

4 Complete the sentences with must, mustn’t or needn’t.


6
1 We go now. It’s getting late.
2 You wear formal clothes to the party. You
7 can wear anything you like.
3 You wear shoes in a Japanese house. Take
8
them off when you go in.
4 You run in the corridor. It’s dangerous.
ACROSS  5 You talk with your mouth full. It’s rude.
1 Don’t the cat on the head. She doesn’t 6 You call a taxi. I’ll give you a lift.
like it. 7 You eat with your fingers. Use a knife and
3 We sometimes somebody if we want to fork.
comfort them. 8 If you want to get a good mark in your exam you
4 Don’t at people. It’s rude. do a lot of revision.

6 He shrugged his . Mark:   /8


7 The young couple walked down the road, holding
. Total:   /30

8 John’s over there, but he hasn’t seen us.


to him.
I can ...
DOWN 
Read the statements. Think about your progress
2 Everything was OK, so he gave me a up. and tick one of the boxes.
5 We our head if we want to say ‘yes’. ✶ = I need more practice. ✶ ✶ = I sometimes find
6 We often our head if we want to say ‘no’. this difficult. 
✶ ✶ ✶ = No problem!

Mark:   /9
✶ ✶✶ ✶ ✶ ✶
I can describe how people greet
2 Complete the special occasions.
each other in different countries.
1 _ _ st _ r 4 B _ x _ ng D _ y (SB p.64)
2 H _ ll _ w _ _ n 5 V _ l _ nt _ n _ ’s D _ y I can talk about prohibition and
3 Chr _ stm _ s 6 Tw _ lfth N _ ght necessity. (SB p.65)
I can talk about giving gifts on
Mark:   /6
special occasions. (SB p.66)
I can talk about a future situation
3 Complete the first conditional sentences. Use the verbs and its consequences. (SB p.67)
in the box.
I can understand an article about
not get help leave lend nod rain stay a cultural tradition. (SB p.68)
1 If I agree with you, I . I can exchange information about
tourist attractions. (SB p.70)
2 What will you do if it tomorrow?
I can write a note replying to an
3 We lost if we use our satnav. invitation. (SB p.71)
4 If you a message, I’ll call you back.

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Unit 8   Self Check

1 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. 4 Read the sentences and write wishes.
avalanche disease drought earthquake 1 I can’t sing.
famine flood hurricane tsunami  I wish I could sing.
volcanic eruption 2 I’m not at home for Christmas.
1 Nobody was on the beach when the
reached the shore. 3 You don’t like me.
2 The has killed animals who usually drink
from rivers and streams which are now dry.
4 We’re lost.
3 Because of the , travel is impossible

without a boat.
5 I haven’t got a motorbike.
4 When the house shook, I knew there was an .

5 The is worse this year because the wheat
6 Phones cost a lot of money.
and vegetable crops have both failed.

6 The is spreading from village to village, and
thousands of people are very ill. 7 It’s too late to go out.
7 Over 30 cm of snow has fallen in two days, so the
chance of an is very high. 8 I can’t find my school bag.
8 The has brought rain and winds of 180 kph.
9 A huge cloud of ash from the means planes Mark:   /8
cannot fly near the island.
Mark:   /9 Total:   /30

2 Complete these sentences from announcements with


the verbs in the box. I can ...
display donate hold raise sell win Read the statements. Think about your progress
and tick one of the boxes.
1 Ask friends to unwanted clothes and books.
✶ = I need more practice. ✶ ✶ = I sometimes find
2 Please a poster in your car window. this difficult. 
3 If your costume is the best, you’ll a prize! ✶ ✶ ✶ = No problem!
4 We’re going to a raffle at midday.
✶ ✶✶ ✶ ✶ ✶
5 We hope to money for the local hospital.
I can talk about natural disasters.
6 Please tickets to all your friends and family! (SB p.74)
Mark:   /6 I can talk about an imaginary
situation and its consequences.
(SB p.75)
3 Complete the second conditional sentences.
I can talk about recycling.
1 If it were Sunday, we (not be) at school. (SB p.76)
2 If it (be) sunny, we could swim in the lake. I can talk about situations I would
3 I (can) drive if I were eighteen. like to change. (SB p.77)
I can understand an article about
4 If you (need) money, I’d lend you some.
a natural disaster. (SB p.78)
5 If this was my hotel room, I (complain). I can compare ideas for fund-
6 Would you be happy if he (ask) you out? raising events. (SB p.80)

7 If we (run) out of money, I’d get a job. I can write an announcement


about an action day. (SB p.81)
8 We could dance if you (turn) the music up.
Mark:   /8

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Unit 9   Self Check

1 Complete the names of the crimes and criminals. 4 Complete the reported speech.
Use a, e, i, o and u. 1 ‘Pete stole my wallet,’ said Jason.
1 _ rs _ n Jason said that .
2 b _ rgl _ r 2 ‘I can’t find my mobile,’ said Sally.
3 r _ bb _ ry Sally said that .
4 sh _ pl _ ft _ r 3 ‘I don’t like rap music,’ said Fred.
Fred said .
5 v _ nd _ l _ sm
4 ‘I’m feeling ill,’ said George.
6 j _ yr _ d _ r
George said .
7 m _ rd _ r 5 ‘We saw some drug dealers in town,’ said Ben.
8 th _ _ f Ben .
9 m _ gg _ r 6 ‘I’m going to call the police,’ said Jane.
10 dr _ g d _ _ l _ r
7 ‘The man tried to burgle the house,’ said the police
Mark:   /10 officer.

2 Complete the definitions with the words in the box.
Mark:   /7
bank account  cash machine  junk email
password personal information PIN
Total:   /30
1 A is a commercial message which
you did not want or ask to receive.
I can ...
2 Your includes your name, address,
etc. Read the statements. Think about your progress
and tick one of the boxes.
3 A number is a four-digit number
which you need when you use a credit or debit card. ✶ = I need more practice. ✶ ✶ = I sometimes find
this difficult. 
4 A is a place to keep your money.
✶ ✶ ✶ = No problem!
5 A is a series of letters and/or
numbers that you need to type before entering a
secure website.
✶ ✶✶ ✶ ✶ ✶
I can describe different crimes.
6 A is a place where you can get (SB p.84)
banknotes.
I can describe an event using
Mark:   /6 different past tenses. (SB p.85)
I can understand a story about a
3 Choose the correct tense. legendary character. (SB p.86)
1 When I got / had got home, burglars stole / had I can report what other people
stolen my bike. have said. (SB p.87)
2 When I looked / had looked out of the window, I can understand texts about
somebody sprayed / had sprayed graffiti on our car. modern crimes. (SB p.88)
3 Everybody left / had left by the time we arrived / I can report a theft and describe
had arrived at the party. what was stolen. (SB p.90)
4 I didn’t have / hadn’t had any pizza because my
I can write an email describing a
brother ate / had eaten it. crime. (SB p.91)
5 My uncle looked / had looked different because he
grew / had grown a beard.
6 A thief stole / had stolen my friend’s mobile phone,
so he borrowed / had borrowed mine.
7 I bought / had bought the tickets before I heard you
were / had been ill.
Mark:   /7

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Unit 10   Self Check

1 Complete the names of the crimes and criminals. 4 Complete the email. Use the present perfect passive or
1 Complete the types of publication. future passive form of the verbs in brackets.
1 _tl _ s
2 t _ xtb _ _ k
3 m _ g _z _ n _
4 th _ s_ _ r _ s
5 _ _ t _ b _ _ gr _ phy
6 _ ncycl _ p _ _ d _ _
7 c _ _ kb _ _ k
8 g _ _ d _ b_ _ k
9 m _ n __ l
Mark:   /9

2 Complete the missing words in these sentences.


1 This detective novel has a complicated pl _ _ .
2 There’s a short ep _ _ _ _ _ _ at the end of the novel.
3 There are twenty short ch _ _ _ _ _ _ in the book. Mark:   /7
4 Some of the novel’s ch _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ are not very
believable. Total:   /30
5 The fe _ _ _ _ le _ _ is young and beautiful.
6 The se _ _ _ _ is even more exciting than the first
book. I can ...
Mark:   /6 Read the statements. Think about your progress
and tick one of the boxes.

3 Complete the text. Use the present simple passive or ✶ = I need more practice. ✶ ✶ = I sometimes find
this difficult. 
past simple passive form of the verbs in brackets.
✶ ✶ ✶ = No problem!

The British Library


✶ ✶✶ ✶ ✶ ✶
1
(open)
I can identify and talk about
in 1973. It is one different publications. (SB p.94)
of the biggest
I can describe the different
libraries in the stages of a process. (SB p.95)
world, and more I can understand an adapted
than 150 million narrative by a famous English
items 2 (keep) there. Before 1973, author. (SB p.96)
the collection 3 (own) by the British I can use different forms of the
Museum. By law, every book that 4 passive. (SB p.97)
(publish) in the UK 5 (send) to the I can understand a text about
vampire novels. (SB p.98)
British Library free of charge. Also, many
magazines, newspapers, maps and I can make arrangements to meet
somebody. (SB p.100)
recordings 6 (buy) by the library
I can write an informal letter.
every year. Last year, about three million (SB p.101)
items 7 (add) to the collection. But
unfortunately, some items 8 (steal)
each year, too!

Mark:   /8

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Self Check answers

Unit 1 Unit 3
1 1
1 serious 5 arrogant 1
S T 2
R E A M
2 generous 6 confident
P O N D
3
3 talkative 7 grateful
4 modest 8 impatient U
4
L A N E
2
2 heavy metal
5
B R I D G E
3 R&B P A
6
V E M E N T
4 indie 7
B A R N
5 country and western
6 reggae P O S
8
T B O X
7 rock ’n’ roll U
3
9
C O T T A G E
1 Does, rain 5 are, wearing 2
2 are, laughing 6 drives 1 through 4 Go
3 don’t understand 7 watch 2 end 5 Turn 
4 ’re having 8 aren’t coming 3 straight  6 Take
4 3
1 eating out 5 waiting 1 a lot of  5 much 
2 working 6 playing 2 a little  6 any 
3 to write 7 seeing 3 some  7 many
4 going out 8 to pass 4 a few 
4
Unit 2 1 nothing missing 5 the
2 the 6 nothing missing
1
3 the 7 a
1 basketball 6 boxing
4 a 8 an
2 rugby  7 rowing
3 ice hockey 8 ski jump
4 baseball
5 badminton
9 weightlifting Unit 4
1
2 1 historical drama 6 thriller
1 have 4 go 2 romantic comedy 7 disaster film 
2 visit 5 see 3 western 8 action film
3 cook 6 play 4 musical 9 animated film
3 5 horror film
1 England took part in the World Cup finals. 2
2 We didn’t spend a lot of money on the party. 1 predictable 4 spectacular
3 I didn’t buy this mobile phone online. 2 dull 5 violent
4 My grandfather taught science. 3 moving 6 serious
5 I didn’t know all the answers in
the quiz. 3
6 Our train left on time. E
1
W
2

4 T
3
H A N E
1 was looking 4
W H S T
2 found 5
M O R E I T
3 gave
R B
6
E T T E R
4 went
5 were dancing S R S
6 fell E T
7 was playing
8 threw
9 didn’t wear

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4 3
1 enough 3 enough  2 ’m going to play
2 too 4 enough 3 will, finish
4 are going to meet
5
5 ’ll phone
1 Sonia isn’t as annoying as Kate.
6 ’ll be
2 Emma Thompson is as talented as Meryl Streep.
3 Toy Story 3 isn’t as entertaining as Eclipse. 4
4 Pete is as tall as Liam. 1 press, gets 4 stays out, gets
2 die, give 5 have, catch

Unit 5 3 tastes, add


5
1 1 It could be true.
1 electrical store 4 baker’s 2 We might not go out on Sunday.
2 greengrocer’s 5 newsagent’s 3 He may want to borrow my notebook.
3 butcher’s 6 estate agent’s 4 I might buy a tablet PC.
2 5 It could snow tonight.
1 a clothes shop 3 a book shop 6 We may not win the match.
2 a toy shop 4 a sports shop
3 Unit 7
1 Can I have a refund?
2 Is that all for today?
1
3 I’ll try somewhere else. P A 2T
1

4 What’s the price?


3
H U G
5 I’ll buy it. U
4
P O I 5N T M
4 O B
1 ’ve been 5 haven’t taken 6
S H O U L D E R S
2 ’s rained 6 haven’t bought
H
3 ’ve had 7 Have you played 7
H A N D S
4 ’ve visited
K
5 8
W A V E
1 ’ve had 5 didn’t take
2
2 ’ve seen 6 haven’t read
1 Easter 4 Boxing Day
3 left 7 Have, been
2 Halloween 5 Valentine’s Day
4 ’ve known 8 didn’t enjoy
3 Christmas 6 Twelfth Night
3
Unit 6 1 ’ll nod 5 ’ll stay
1 2 rains 6 lend
1 satellite TV 3 won’t get 7 ’ll help
2 games console 4 leave
3 digital radio 4
4 hard disk recorder 1 must  5 mustn’t 
5 digital photo frame 2 needn’t  6 needn’t
6 smartphone 3 mustn’t 7 mustn’t 
7 camcorder 4 mustn’t  8 must
8 satnav
2
1 make 4 surf
2 rewind  5 download 
3 pick up  6 charge

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Unit 8 4
1 Pete had stolen his wallet.
1 2 she couldn’t find her mobile.
1 tsunami  6 disease 3 that he didn’t like rap music.
2 drought  7 avalanche  4 (that) he was feeling ill.
3 flood 8 hurricane  5 said (that) they’d seen some drug dealers in town.
4 earthquake  9 volcanic eruption 6 Jane said (that) she was going to call the police.
5 famine  7 The police officer said (that) the man had tried to burgle
the house.
2
1 donate  4 hold
2 display 
3 win 
5 raise 
6 sell
Unit 10
1
3 1 atlas 6 encyclopaedia
1 wouldn’t be 5 ’d  complain 2 textbook 7 cookbook
2 were 6 asked 3 magazine 8 guidebook
3 could 7 ran 4 thesaurus 9 manual
4 needed 8 turned 5 autobiography
4 2
1 I wish I were at home for Christmas. 1 plot 4 characters
2 I wish you liked me. 2 epilogue 5 female lead 
3 I wish we weren’t lost. 3 chapters 6 sequel
4 I wish I had a motorbike.
5 I wish phones didn’t cost a lot of money. / didn’t cost so 3
much. 1 was opened 5 is sent
6 I wish it wasn’t too late to go out. 2 are kept 6 are bought 
7 I wish I could find my school bag. 3 was owned 7 were added
4 is published 8 are stolen

Unit 9 4
1 will be published
1 2 have been added
1 arson 6 joyrider 3 has been designed
2 burglar 7 murder 4 will be sent
3 robbery 8 thief 5 will be sold
4 shoplifter 9 mugger 6 have been ordered
5 vandalism 10 drug dealer 7 ’ll be invited
2
1 junk email 4 bank account
2 personal information 5 password
3 PIN 6 cash machine
3
1 got, had stolen
2 looked, had sprayed
3 had left, arrived
4 didn’t have, had eaten
5 looked, had grown
6 had stolen, borrowed
7 had bought, were

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