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Grammar for Schools Teacher's ----------Answer key Tests Class audio CD Audioscript OXFORD Oxford Grammar for Schools Teacher's Book Contents Answer key 3 Audioscript 15 Unit tests 38 Review tests 64 Tests answer key 68 OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS Great Clarendon Street, Oxford, OX2 6DP, United Kingdom Oxford University Press is a depaltment of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Oxford is a registered trade mark of Oxford University Press in the UK and in certain other countries © Oxford University Press 2013 The moral rights ofthe author have been asserted First published in 2013 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 All rights reserved. No part ofthis publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior permission in writing of Oxford University Press, or as expressly permitted by law, by licence or under terms agreed with the appropriate reprographics rights organization. Enquiries concerning reproduction outside the scope of the above should be sent to the ELT Rights Department, Oxford University Press, at the address above You must not circulate this work in any other form and you must impose this same condition on any acquirer Links to third party websites are provided by Oxford in good faith and for information only. Oxford disclaims any responsibility for the materials contained in any third party website referenced in this work Photocopying The Publisher grants permission for the photocopying ofthose pages marked 'photocopiable' according to the following conditions. Individual purchasers may make copies for their own use or for use by classes that they teach. School purchasers may make copies for use by staff and students, but this permission does not extend to additional schools or branches Under no circumstances may any part of this book be photocopied for resale ISB:\: 9~8 0 19..\559232 In Picture 1, I can see two watches, but in Picture 2, I can see three watches. In Picture 1, I can see three shelves, but in Picture 2, I can see two shelves . In the big painting in Picture 1, I can see three children with a ball but in Picture 2, I can see one child with a ball. In the small painting in Picture 1, I can see one woman but in Picture 2, I can see two women. -Answer Key 1 Subject and object pronouns .... ....... ... .... .... . 1 2 2 They He 3 They 4 We 5 It 6 She 1 2 him her 3 them 4 us 5 6 2 us He 3 They 4 me 5 her 6 I 2 3 They like them. He teaches us. It helps me. 3 4 5 d 2 b you it 4 They can hear him. 5 I want them. 6 It confuses her. 4 a c 3 It, it They, them 3 She, her 4 It, It, It 5 It, you 7 b c horses a queen d the moon e socks f a seatbelt 5 6 4 leaves 5 flies 6 tomatoes 7 donkeys 8 0pP'es I I ZI flowers cars fives doors rooms weeks hats lips cups books noses places brushes horses pages mice photos children teeth 1 a 2 b 1 2 3 4 8 faces knives brushes Isl 2 3 4 2 4 Children 5 Wolves 6 Cherries 7 Toothbrushes 8 Potatoes 9 Sandwiches jeans sunglasses socks 4 necklaces 5 dresses 6 hats 7 watches 8 gloves Mini-revision Units 1-2 1 women 2 them 2 man 2 he 3 3 ch ildren him 4 me 4 She 5 her 5 you 2 /zl 4 10 Donkeys Ponies photos 3 2 Plurals 3 3 3 1 2 2 3 2 5 f 6 1 9 3 b 4 a goose wife address story 5 6 7 8 5 b 6 b 5 6 7 8 7 a 8 a 9 b . 9 wolf 10 strawberry In Picture 1, I can see one window but in Picture 2, I can see two windows. In Picture 1, I can see three chairs but in Picture 2, I can see four chairs. In Picture 1, I can see one fish but in Picture 2, I can see two fish. In Picture 1, I can see two horses/toy horses but in Picture 2, I can see one horse/toy horse. In Picture 1, I can see six boxes, but in Picture 2, I can see five boxes. In Picture 1, I can see one knife, but in Picture 2, I can see three knives. In Picture 1, I can see one mouse, but in Picture 2, I can see four mice. 5"' ~C:J'E " ~ 5 crof: - ,:;::- ~'""S er ::: ~. T L:""E i In Picture 1, there are two women standing on the platform but in Picture 2, there is one woman . In Picture 1, there are three children with the women, but in Picture 2, there is just one child with the woman. In Picture 1, the station clock shows one minute past twelve, but in Picture 2, it shows three minutes past twelve. In Picture 1, there is one suitcase on the platform but in Picture 2, there are two suitcases. In Picture 1, the man sitting on the bench is pointi ng towards the children but in Picture 2, the same man isn't pointing. In Picture 1, the woman is pointing at the children but in Picture 2, she is pointing at one of the men. In Picture 1, one of the children is holding an apple but in Picture 2, he is eating it. In Picture 1, there is one sheep in the field but in Picture 2, there are two sheep. 9 feet 10 sheep fish women people radios scarf piano mosquito child 4 3 Articles and quantifiers 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 U C C U C C U U U 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 U C C U U U C C U 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 C C U U C U U U C Answer Key 3 2 2 3 4 birds snow are some 2 3 some any some 3 4 4 some 5 any 6 any 1 7 any 8 some 9 any 3 2 3 8 2 3 4 5 1 2 2 c 3 tube bag jar/spoonful 4 5 6 4 c c 4 spoonful/bag slice bottle /litre much juice is much cake is much rice is much water is much paint is 9 some, some any, some, any 7 litre/bottle 8 tin 4 5 6 much fruit is much jam is much bread is much flour is 6 7 8 2 3 6 2 3 4 5 6 3 some, some, any, some 4 Demon5tratives 1 2 e 2 b 3 f 4 c 1 2 are are 4 5 is are 3 c'e 6 s 3 2 4 0 2 3 4 nose 4 S ese that 6 hese 5 9 10 6 J 5 a is is 7 8 3 -~05c 5 d 2 2 1 2 3 3 2 3 Switzerland 4 leaves the these old c g g 2 2 3 3 4 1 5 3 litter letters mice lot 2 2 c 2 it a 3 any 4 me 5 b f e 4 5 d She made him stop. He made the bird flyaway. The book made her cry. She didn't make him fall off his bike. The pepper made the woman sneeze. The dogs are making them smile. 2 3 4 re made of meta I 's made of glass 's made of paper 're made of wool 6 7 It's made of wood. 2 the noun are making her sneeze 5 's making the puppet dance 5 's made of snow 're made of leather 's made of rubber ,/ 4 2 3 Is it made of glass? Did I make you jump? 5 ,/ 1 What makes you scared? What makes you laugh? What makes you angry? What are your shoes made of? What's your bag made of? What makes you sing? What makes you grow? What makes you hungry? Does it make people laugh? 6 Verb patterns: love, like, hate and want 1 5 this time straw berries 3 4 pieces yoghurt 5 spoonful a 2 c 3 b 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 Answer Key 3 7 knives 2 4 2 c 4 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 7 b 4 jewellery 5 wives 6 stories Chocolate makes me ill. Pollution make me angry. Classical music makes me sad. Football makes me happy. Hot weather makes me tired. Yoga makes me calm and relaxed. are making him cry are making them laugh 's making t he w heel spin 15 18 4 f people 5 4 us 5 furniture Revision 1 1 you f 5 1 2 3 8 a lot of 5 a 6 d 3 f 4 h 3 c 4 2 the verb ,2 7 a 4 a lot of 5 any 6 some b He made her jump. 14 pages milk 3 0 Mini-revision Units 3-4 1 2 e food her a 8 make, angry makes, happy 4 makes, wet 5 makes, tired makes, calm and relaxed d 2 c 6 1 2 3 2 b 5 10 5 Make 5 some 6 tomato sauce 7 rain 8 is playing sitting having chatting going 6 7 8 9 doing winning running getting 10 tidying making drawing painting 4 cooking 5 writing 6 being 11 12 13 finding losing cleaning 7 swimming 8 skiing 3 Amy ,/ ,/ paint computer games basketball ball games 5 Fred ., ., XX ., X 7 2 3 4 5 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 8 9 9 taking 10 playing 11 playing 2 a 3 b 4 12 4 5 6 2 3 feel sounds like feel 4 tastes like 5 look like 6 feels 7 look 8 smells like d 2 c 3 a 4 b 10 f 2 a 3 b 4 d 5 e a 2 b 3 e 4 d 5 f 1 b 5 1 cakes sugar 3 onions 4 ice 5 medicine 2 yes yes 3 no 4 no 5 yes 2 'Not 3 2 3 2 first picture to eat watching to see going 5 6 7 8 to come to go travelling visiting s=::-e:: ::: 2 4 b 6 0 3 to have, to be to stop, to have to go, to do sweet interested Revision 2 3 second picture Activities and situations: jumping, climbing, lying around, thinking, doing puzzles, running about, winning, losing, getting things wrong Jobs and ambitions: be a pilot, be a skydiver, be a scientist, be a spy, help sort things out, win a trophy/ gold medal/cup, not wait long for success 9 doing 10 to go 11 to come 12 listening __E s ~ ~cc 2 a dog sleeping a policeman riding two women painting 4 a cat playing 5 a boy climbing 6 a woman eating 2 3 4 whistling a bird singing an alarm ringing a phone 5 awoman 6 coughing 7 laughing 8 people 1 2 3 4 looks happy look cold looks difficult looks sad 5 6 7 look funny look angry looks hot 3 4 w alking d 2 a () ~-:S ::2 swi mming 3 c 4 f 5 e 8 Present simple and continuous 1 1 2 3 4 2 3 2 3 5 2 3 1 2 3 2 3 happy 4 calm 5 6 7 9 7 Verbs of sensation 1 bad right 6 third picture 1 2 3 4 1 2 8 11 b 2 15 drawing reading watching going I like chatting online. She likes running. I don't like being late for school. Tom loves writing stories. I hate dancing. He doesn't like goin g to the dentist Sally and I love acting. They don't like singing. I like being outdoors. She hates doing spo b 10 13 5 6 7 8 swimming getting up doing doing look like flowers looks like an umbrella looks like a bowl of fruit looks like a boat looks like a banana look like stars looks like a frog ,/ Amy likes playing computer games. Fred loves playing computer games. Amy loves playing basketball. Fred likes playing basketball. Amy doesn't like playing ball games. Fred loves playing ball games. 4 4 2 3 4 5 6 6 2 have finishes like live 5 don't 6 goes 7 live 8 play does, don't 2 makes, e sings, g has, goes, c do 9 Do 10 Have yo u 3 Does, doesn't 4 loves, buys, d 5 flies, a 6 washes, brushes, b Do you study at the weekend? (Yes, I do. / No, = don't.) Do your friends like football? (Yes, they do. / NO, they don't.) Do you and your best friend talk every da y? (Yes. we do. / No, we don't.) Do you watch European and American fil ms? ,Yes I do. / No, I don't.) Do you fly a kite on windy days? (Yes, I do. / NO, don't.) Do your friends play computer games? (Yes, the do. / No, they don't.) don't play talk 3 watches 4 doesn't fly 5 pla ys Answer Ke y 5 8 2 Henry Max,Tim 4 2 's going 's meeting 3 isn't doing 4 are visiting 1 2 3 Does Mary go, don't know are you walking, 's using 're having, Do you want, go 1 10 12 13 3 Beth Alice 5 Edward 6 Rosy 5 6 7 6 7 8 5 sailed was started finished wanted b M 2 3 was did Did 4 were 5 Did 6 were 8 hurt 7 left swam lay · ran read sat drank 2 3 4 sleep keep think bring 5 6 7 8 sing ring tell sell 2 3 came broug ht said 4 5 7 ate 8 had 6 caught made sat slept Did you get 3 4 met Did you see 5 had 2 3 a 1 3 4 In Picture 1, some children are cooking fish but in Picture 2, the children aren't cooking. In Picture 1, the boy is flying a kite but in Picture 2, he's throwing a ball. In Picture 1, the girl is writing a letter but in Picture 2, she's drawing a picture. In Picture 1, the boy is going into the river but in Picture 2, he's coming out of the river. In Picture 1, it isn't raining but in Picture 2, it's raining. In Picture 1, the dog is sleeping but in Picture 2, it's w atching the boy. In Picture 1, the girl is wearing a red T-shirt but in Picture 2, she's wearing a blue T-shirt. In Picture 1, the man is playing the guitar but in Picture 2, he isn't playing the guitar. In Picture 1, the birds are flying, but in Picture 2 they aren't flying. In Picture 1, the woman isn't wearing a hat but in Picture 2, she is wearing a ha t. ~ - ~:_re :ne rabb't 's si ing but in Picture 2 it's 8 9 11 2 3 4 5 6 12 13 14 1 s re ,j ng 2 3 4 5 6 7 5 bIO'.·.. ing 're stay ing come don't know don't like get 1 2 2 2 3 8 w ant 9 Do you like 10 Do you have 11 do you go 12 're taking 13 'm coming 14 Do you have/Have you got were was 3 4 was weren't 5 6 Was wasn't 7 8 15 Was it cold Yes, it was. / No, it wasn't. Were your friends happy Yes, they were. / No, they weren't. Were you tired Yes, I was. / No, I wasn't. 4 tried 5 planned 6 missed 7 dropped 8 cooked 9 received 2 chatted Did you like 3 4 5 6 Answer Key Did it work studied c M d J e J was didn't live lived completed didn't receive f M 7 was 8 did wrote spent got began said 15 16 17 18 19 9 made 10 hit 11 met 12 ate 13 lost 14 slept 2 d 11 12 13 14 15 9 teach catch 10 f 4 5 b 1 2 3 4 met spent some time listened to / in the field didn't take 17 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Where did Sophia and Rosy go first? Where did they sit in the storm? Where did Sophia and Rosy have a picnic? Where did they put their hands in the storm? Who did the lightning hit? How did they feel? Where was the MP3 player? Where did they go after the storm? 2 3 4 5 ran jumped ate were stayed 19 rained tidied called lived didn't want c 9 10 wasn't were didn't sail were sailed 16 Were weren't 1 2 3 5 6 5 died, h 6 invented, d 7 studied, e 2 9 Past simple 3 composed, c played, a painted, f lived, b 2 3 4 're giving 're flying 14 16 6 6 5 didn't go 6 put 7 hurt 8 wasn't 6 read 7 was 8 was 9 enjoyed 10 walked 11 12 sat was 10 Past continuous 1 1 2 3 crying was running 4 5 6 shouting 7 tennis were 8 a horse listening to music 9 his teeth e 3 1 2 3 4 thinking sleeping wearing doing 2 3 4 5 6 were sleeping were having was dreaming was snowing weren't helping wasn't working 4 5 5 6 7 8 were wasn't feeling looking 9 weren't 10 are 7 8 9 10 weren't listening was watching were they going Was it raining Were you wearing 12 wasn't he looking " don't stress 2 stress were you feeling were you wearing 3 were you studying 1 2 8 At seven o'clock in the morning the girl was eating cereal but at seven o'clock in the evening she was eating spaghetti. At seven o'clock in the morning it was raining but at seven o'clock in the evening it w as snow in g. At seven o'cloc k in the morning the man was read ing the newspaper bu t at seven o'clock in the evening he wa s reading a boo At seven o'clock if'l :ne ""':Jr~ - ~c; :~:::~ :: -::ge x" ',85 putting wash 'ng inw :~::: c.o- -;; ;ot:::: ~ -::: : _:::: seven o'clock in the e'. e- ...,::; -::: W C5 w ::~ - -; :::.! ::~ :;-.:; plates. At seven o'clock in t he morning the teenage boy was n't wearing a scarf but at seven o'clock in the evening he was wearing a scarf. At seven o'clock in the morning the woman was making toast but at seven o'clock in the evening the woman was eating toast. At seven o'clock in the morning the radio was playing but at seven o'clock in the evening the radio wasn't playing. At seven o'clock in the morning the young boy was playing with a toy car but at seven o'clock in the evening he was drawing a picture of a car. At seven o'clock in the morning the young boy was wearing trousers and a T-shirt but at seven o'clock in the evening he was wearing pyjamas. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 3 13 6 9 11 He was taking a photo ofthe statue. They were eating ice cream . He was holding a cap. She was wearing pink sunglasses. It was sitting on the statue. The sun was shining. He was reading a newspaper. They were eating fire. Where were you living in 2004? What were you doing at six o'clock this morning? What were you doing at five o'clock yesterday afternoon? What were you wearing last Saturday? Was the sun shining yesterday morning? What colour socks were you wearing yesterday? 2 15 2 16 17 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 d c 4 5 f b 6 7 h g 3 8 a were working, found was making, dropped 4 5 was cleaning, arrived started, were living saw, was waiting a b 3 4 c d 5 6 e f b 2 a was shining was sitting was painting were playing hit fell w ent w as clea ning flew 7g 8h 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 was washing landed walked made were walking started w as t hinking spoke sa Mini-revision Units 8- 10 1 2 Lt ::~ 3 "'''- :::5 Alex - boy carrying w ood; Mil ly - girl pai nting ; Vi cky - girl cl imbing t ree; Sarah - girl w ith camera; Jason - boy listening to music; Jimmy - boy making sculpture; Ben - boy looking unhappy. 4 2 3 4 5 6 Is the sun shining at the moment? What were you doing at five o'clock this mornin g? What did you have for breakfast toda\,!? Were you thinking about school at the wee kend ? Were you watching TV yesterday? Is your English getting better? 11 Present perfect ... ... .... ...... ...... 1 2 .. . ..... . . . .... . . . . . ... 6 kicked 7 worked 8 chatted 9 brushed 10 built 2 3 4 5 wanted talked left cried told 1 2 3 4 finished, finished caught, caught forgot, forgotten did, done 2 3 4 's cleaned haven't grown 've told hasn't done 3 . .......... .... 11 12 13 14 15 5 6 7 enjoyed fi xed pla nned th ought gave put, put happened, happened broke, broken 5 've had 6 hasn't seen 7 'vewon 8 hasn't started Answer Key 7 4 2 3 4 S 6 2 3 4 in 2010 ever recently twice S 6 7 8 1 2 How long How long How long How long How long at nine o'clock never on Sunday lots of times Dora Ivy Jason ././ ././ ./ X X ././ ./ ./ pick fresh fru it ././ ./ ./ ././ X try scuba diving 1 2 3 4 lS What did you do? climbed I've never climbed I've climbed b 2 a since nine o'clock 2002 1st October Sunday I was eight 17 3 S 6 7 8 4 S 6 He's going to paint the wall. They're going to pick some fruit. He's going to post the letter. They aren't going to catch the bus. You1re going to answer your phone. 2 a b c d e f b b 4 a 2 3 I've known Lucy since 2008. You've grown since I last saw you. It hasn't rained for two years. Answer Key a for two weeks a short time three years a few minutes about half an hour 3 18 S 4 since S for 6 since 9 X f 4 He's going to win! What are you going to do? They're going to help us. Is it going to rain? When are you going to ask her? What's going to happen now? (1 e is pronounced as in a because 'to' is before a vowel.) 2 f 3 4 d e S b 6 a You'll be t ired tomorrow. No, it won't. It'll be difficult for you . 3 '11 pass 4 '11 be Will won't be 4 cost S will 6 won't 7 '11 '11 fit '11 enjoy 3 won't help 4 '11 take S won't hurt 1 1 1 2 3 2 3 4 S 6 18 2 3 4 S 6 3 0 4 S 0 S won't like won't win 17 7 since 8 since e 3 2 2 14 d 1 5 S S 1 2 3 13 c 2 11 12 b 0 c 2 3 .I was was Have you ever climbed I have since for for 2 X X had that pen? been at this school? known your best friend? studied English? lived in your house? 2 4 camp try snorkelling you you you you you 2 3 ././ have have have have have a 8 sta y in a five-star hotel 8 2 3 4 S 3 Have you taken a photo of them recently? 2 She's never had a dog. 3 We've talked a lot recently. 4 I've broken my arm once. S It ha sn't rained recently. 6 Yo u've told that stor y lot s of times. clim b a m ounta in 16 We've lived here for a long time. He hasn't shaved for six months. Her English has improved since she moved to t he U' 12 The future 11 12 4 S 6 19 The small plant has grown. The caterpillar has changed into a butterfly. The boy has planted some seeds. The girl has watered the seeds. The old lady has picked the pink and red flowers. The man has cut down the tree. The boy has burnt the wood. The yellow flower has opened. The woman has painted the gate. The woman has fi xed the chair. The bird has built a nest. 7 8 Has he picked some flowers? Yes, he has. Has she built a tower? Yes, she has. Have they won the match? No, they haven't. Have they cut the trees down? Yes, they have. Has she brought an umbrella? No, she hasn't. S 6 Will they fit her? Will you enjoy this? Will that help? 7 S 8 S 4 S S won't happen Will it take five minutes? Will it hurt? Oscar: I'll wash the floor. Ed and Sue: We'll fix the shelf. Unda: I'll pick up the books. Gemma: I'll make some new curtains. Mike and Molly: We'll plant some flowers. Charlie: I'll cut the grass. 's going to wash the floor are going to fix the shelf 's going to pick up the books 's going to make some new curtains are going to plant some flowers 's going to cut the grass 19 4 3 '11 are you going to 're going to 2 3 4 5 won't be 'm going 'm going 'm going 'm going 6 7 2 21 to to to to '11 3 5 won't attend be have pack '11 send '11 phone are you going to do '11 be '11 do 8 9 10 David - man in glasses; Jane - woman with pushchair; Jim - man kneeling in front of baby; Suzy - girl in graduation cap; Andy - boy in graduation cap; Billy - baby; Oscar - man with beard. 4 2 13 Imperatives 3 1 a 4 b 2 c 2 1 g 3 h 4 5 a 6 b 2 d 1 3 c 8 e 4 9 f 7 5 3 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 4 1 2 3 Read the story. Write your name. Listen and repeat. Don't use a pencil. Talk with your partner. Don't use a dictionary. Open your books at page 9. Don't fo rget your homework. Be quiet. 6 14 Can and could for ability and permission 1 :: 3 Students should put a cross in front of the gate of the field with the cow in it. 7 10 a 2 3 4 5 6 2 a Return Don't use Don't write Enjoy Switch off 3 b 7 Don't touch Don't eat Don'ttake Keep Put 8 9 10 11 4 5 b b 12 13 14 6 a Don't play Don't light Don't pick Mini-revision Units 11-13 1 g 2 2 3 2 e 3 b 4 c 2 c 5 Don't 2 2 1 2 3 4 5 arrived have were travelling sleep were making 3 4 yes no 3 6 no yes can't 2 can't 3 can b 2 b 3 a 4 a 5 a 10 1 ./ 2 X 3 4./ 5 X ./ Yes No Go, ahead. Of course. OK. Of course you can. No, you can't. I'm afraid not. Sorry, no. 6 b h 1 never 5 6 cor i: could 5 1 a 7 F 2 F 4 a 2 b 3 P 4 F 5 ./ 6 ./ 7 X X 3 ./ 4 e 2 b 3 c 4 a 2 f 3 a 4 b 5 2 3 4 May May May May 6 7 be a fox pop 3 4 ./ 2 yes 6 're exploring 7 willbe 8 Say 9 's getting 10 '11 ask help you see a rainbow 2 5 no yes 1 3 car t 4 couldn't 9 2 Revision 3 1 6 Car cou la could 15 Might and may 5 4' d 3 be haven't '11 .::. 5 2 6 2 - 2 4 u,...n r;. g~:.. 5 Go suo g~, : c ;; e-c;:::. Don't turn left. Open t he gate. Cross the bridge. What's his name? His name's Jack Smith. Where does he live? He lives in the city centre. What's he studying? He's studying Spanish and maths. Has he ever had a job? No, never. What was he doing this time last year? He was studying in Argentina. When will he finish his studies? He'll finish his studies next summer. 9 I I I I X e 6 d borrow your dictionary? use the photocopier? leave my bike here? have a cake? Answer Key 9 Mini-revision Units 14-15 1 2 horse panda 3 4 2 1 2 can't might 3 go 4 Could 3 Richard - boy on rollerblades; Lucy - girl playing guitar; Angie - girl on bike; Martin - boy juggling; Billy - boy eating sandwich; Dora - girl with remote control; Sam - boy doing handstand. chameleon bee 5 scorpion 5 couldn't 3 a take wear 4 cook phone 3 4 2 has to have to 4 2 3 cook keep pay 4 work 5 write 6 teach 8 9 6 7 16 2 7 b 3 a 4 c 5 h 6 d 7 8 e 3 4 You You You You You You You work rrlu stn must 5 no 6 no mu stn't turn left. must show your ticket. must put rubbish in the bin. must walk on the paths. mustn't light fires. mustn't take birds' eggs. must close the gates behind you. 2 must 3 don't have to 2 3 5 6 pink should should eat should be should have should help should, shouldn't, should 5 should work 6 should learn 7 should play 8 should be shouldn't eat Should I stand shouldn't sit shouldn't touch should write should do should be Should she tell shouldn't do Should we leave 6 7 8 9 10 Shall 3 4 must mustn't 5 should 1 2 should think 3 4 have don't 5 Shall comfortable trainers 3 4 a jumper chocolate 5 water 2 passport injection 3 4 postcards sun cream 5 mosquitoes b 3 g 1 2 2 3 4 have to 7 49 2 d 4 a 5 c don't couldn't 3 should 4 Shall 5 might 2 yes no 3 yes 5 pen 2 4 camera 3 d 4 b 2 f 4 a 5 e 18 Adjectives 1 10 things are in the wrong place. Suggested answers: Answer Key 1 3 1 The cushion should be on the sofa. The flower should be in the vase. It shouldn't be in the fish tank. The fish should be in the fish tank. It shouldn't be in the vase. The candlestick should be on the mantlepiece. It shouldn't be on the floor. The CD should be in the CD rack. It shouldn't be on the floor. 10 4 a c Should 3 Should, should, shouldn't 2 have 5 3 shouldn't 4 four 3 Revision 4 Shall I close the door? 3 Shall Itell you the answer? Shall I wait for you? 4 Shall I give you a clue? should short 1 2 5 m ustn't t 1 2 d Mini-revision Units 16-17 17 Should 1 1 2 2 3 4 5 have to 8 work no us:n - 8 5 doesn't don't have to 4 mustn't 1 3 haveto no "" l S 2 3 4 5 6 1 4 5 pay 3 1 a 5 2 yes g 11 b yes 2 2 17 2 b 1 2 7 b 3 a 5 '0 5 b 3 4 4 2 16 Have to, must and shall 2 The photo should be on the wall. It shouldn't be in the cage. The book should be on the shelf. It shouldn't be in the microwave. The ice cream should be in the fridge. It shouldn't be on the table. The two mice should be in the cage. They shouldn't be on the fridge and on the mantelpiece. big, Natural, old, interesting, hot, good, tired, long, late, slow, traditional, funny 2 2 3 4 3 1 2 3 4 safe long dirty boring 5 heavy 6 short 7 late 8 easy a cold drink a blue egg a fast car an expensive ring 9 fast 10 modern 11 old 5 a big ice cream 6 a funny film 7 an open door 5 2 old, shoes, red, bag, meal, expensive, new, watch, bought, white, hat, sea, cold nouns, verbs, adjectives 2 3 4 5 old computer look tired a good red pen be late 6 7 1 2 3 4 8 11 1 2 f 3 a ./ ./ 5 an old Spa nish 7 12 2 3 4 5 5 That was an easy test. 6 These flowers are beautiful. 7 This computer is slow. 8 Those are nice shoes. 4 c 5 e 6 w hite wooden Egyptian cotton big meta l old black-and-white sh ort brown b 5 2 3 sad well angry 4 badly 5 easily 6 comfortably 7 carefully 8 cold 4 5 6 7 slowly 2 3 clearly fast quietly 4 parrot 3 ants 2 5 2 3 4 communicate clearly speak funnily move slowly 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 You hardly ever phone me. He's been to hospital a few times. The train's often late. Have you ever climbed a tree? My grandma's always very kind. Do you ever have bad dreams? How often do you drink milk? There's rarely anybody in that cafe. 2 still yet 10 5 ./ 6 7 ./ I don't usually watch the news on TV. cheetahs 5 hummingbirds 6 3 still 4 already c:~ .31: s ~=:: . -; \','::ry-: 5 - -, ~ ~ ::.::-~. ,~ ~-,,=~ G:= ... :--:-=~ '::0::::-=: --.=- !-E ==---' ;' = -=.~.. ;" :,,,.~,~- ~. ; t~=? :-= := _=.':'" :,-l:- 6 5::~= 7 8 That bed looks more comfortable. Your book looks more interesting than mine. a 1 2 5 ~e-c. 2 a c' :~c~ . 3 a OC::: 4 b 3 4 5 older than more comfortable than bigger than heavier than more interesting than 7 1 2 3 bigger the hottest the youngest 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 the longest the best the saddest the tastiest the most difficult the noisiest 9 1 2 3 4 the youngest the most comfortable the tallest the longest 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 What's the most beautiful place in this countr y? What's the worst day of the week for you? What's the best part of the day for you? Where's the nearest supermarket? Who's the tallest person in this class? Who's the cleverest person in your family? 5 run fast 6 shine brightly 5 yet 6 still I"ec:-,o E- r 8 stronger 9 smaller 10 better 11 nicer 12 prettier 13 redder ~ :..: =:--=-; beautiful tortoises 4 dogs 1 longer thinner more special easier slower more beauti ful funn ier ne 2 5 3 easy 4 hard 8 He drives slowly. I sometimes have eggs for breakfast. 3 noisily happily politely 5 still 6 still 3 4 2 3 4 5 6 7 6 8::;= X:J-::' 7 'J~::; :<::.. 8 small gree~ 9 red German quick good 3 She can speak French well. 3 yet 4 already 20 Comparative and superlative adjectives blue cotton 1 2 2 1 2 3 19 Adverbs 1 yet already 1 13 ./ 6 ./ 2 2 ./ 8 big blue 9 ./ 10 ./ 11 a big American 12 short black white paper 2 ./ 3 4 14 6 big 7 get ready 8 tastes good 9 a beautiful girl lOan interesting This bag is heavy. Those were expensive drinks. This will be a good party. That photo is strange. g 11 4 5 6 more intelligent than happier than more complicated than 9 safer than 10 betterth an 6 7 8 the nearest slower taller 7 longer 8 t he most 7 8 9 10 t he safest the worst the driest the most colou rful 11 the funni est 12 the t hinn est 5 the shortest 6 the thinnest 7 the largest Answer Key 11 7 8 9 10 11 12 12 14 Who's the best singer in the world? What's the oldest area in this town? What's the most important thing in your life? Who's the most important person in your life? What's the most interesting book on your bookshelf? What's the most expensive thing in your room? 2 3 4 The deepest The driest the oldest The heaviest 2 3 C B 5 The largest 6 The longest 7 the most dangerous 8 The noisiest 4 A 6 5 A 7 A 8 C A 6 3 2 1 2 3 4 3 2 3 4 rocket hot air balloon walking 4 5 than 6 healthily 7 ever 8 fresh biggest bigger in 4 5 6 rarely Most more always 5 2 3 carefully busy more interesting 4 5 3 yes, sometimes once or twice 2 3 on in at 6 2 in on 4 2 3 12 3 in in on 7 at 8 in 9 at 10 on 11 at 12 on at on 5 in 6 in 8 at 5 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 3 4 on on at at 8 at b 2 a Answer Key 5 in 6 in 9 in 10 at 7 on 1 1 2 3 6 9 next to behind 9 10 4 at four o'clock the weekend night half past six break-time 5 On 6 on 7 next 8 ago 9 every last 5 after 6 every next month two weeks ago the day after tomorrow 3 4 A B 2 3 4 5 5 6 7 8 every Wednesday the day before yesterday lost week this week 4 5 6 7 5 6 A B 7 8 6 7 8 9 10 11 After Every In Last in on 8 3 At next before ago before ago at at 7 in on 4 In,at at two or three hours on breakfast at month in midnight Monday ago 1 6 on Mondays 19th January Friday morning his birthday A B 2 3 4 5 at at On in, in 9 10 11 12 B A 9 B 10 B at July in 31 st January next 10 o'clock in Fridays 20th August ago after evening on in every in 13 14 15 16 After every on at Revision 6 1 no yes 3 no 4 yes 5 2 in near every 4 between 5 on 7 last 2 3 1 in 2 3 2 ago 4 1 at 2 on 3 b 3 4 2 7 7 at False. There isn't a girl in the mirror. False. He's at the cafe. False. There are four people at the beach today. False. It's on the shelf. False. It's in the sea. False. It's on the bottle. True. True. 1 4 5 4 5 1 2 3 21 Prepositions of place 1 on in in 2 4 Helen - girl. black hair, yellow jumper; Ch ar li e - bo y ,', :'"' squcre g.asses· Lou·se - gi rl vith short black -c·,· ~oDer: - DOY ') olac j ac et; Isabel - girl with .olg O,O'loe ha 'r; Andy - boy with round glasses . 5 on 6 between 7 on 8 in front of October the evening the winter 2006 of 7 of 8 yet 9 already opposite on in under 2 train 9 10 2 3 4 1 5 motorbike in still calm well 6 nextto 7 behind 8 in front of 5 in front of 22 Prepositions of time 2 2 under behind below 1 7 Revision 5 1 4 near 2 3 5 1 2 3 no 6 in 3 in 4 near 5 in 3 after 4 in 5 every morning next Sunday evening next to 4 5 this this afternoon near 6 7 b 2 c 5 3 a In Picture 1, the clock is between the desk and the window but in Picture 2, the clock is between the desk and the door. In Picture 1, the lamp is on the desk next to the computer but in Picture 2, it's on the floor. In Picture 1, the calendar is above the postcard but in Picture 2, the postcard is above the calendar. In Picture 1, the painting is leaning against the desk but in Picture 2, it's on the wall. In Picture 1, the brown paper bag is on the desk but in Picture 2, it's under the desk. In Picture 1, the pot plant is in the paper bag but in Picture 2, the pot plant is on the desk. In Picture 1, the butterfly is on the pot plant but in Picture 2, the butterfly is on the door. In Picture 1, the glass of water is at the front of the desk but in Picture 2, it's at the back of the desk. In Picture 1, the pot of pens is behind the computer but in Picture 2, it's in front of the computer. When is the brain fully developed? (At 18 years old) How much of the glucose in our blood does the human brain use for energy? (about 25 per cent) Team B's questions (and answers) for Team A: 1 How old is the Eiffel Tower? (about 130 years) 2 How high is it? (300 metres) 3 How many tail feathers has a male peacock got! does a male peacock have? (about 200) 4 How long are the tail feathers? (about 150 cm) 5 What colour is the human brain? (pinkish-brown) 6 How much does the human brain weigh? (about 1.5 kilos) 6 24 Question tags 1 f 2 2 3 4 2 c 3 a 4 d is it? can she? don't you? didn't he? 3 7 9 10 6 ,/,po 7 \'/ho 8 When 2 3 4 Why Where Who How 5 Where 6 Who 7 What 8 When 9 How 10 Why 3 What 4 What 6 How many cousins have you got? Who did you have breakfast with? What sort of music do you like? How much water have you drunk today? Where do you do your homework? Why are you wearing those shoes? What colour are your bedroom walls? How often do you travel by bus? What time did you wake up? When did you last take a photo? time did you How well can you 3 colour eyes have you 4 Why are you Team A's questions (and answers) for Team B: 1 How old is Machu Picchu? (about 600 \:jears) 2 How man\:j metres above sea level is it? (about 2,400 metres above sea level) 3 How many teeth does a crocodile have? (about 65) 4 How long is a bab\:j crocodile? (about 20 cm) \:jou doesn't he? can she? hasn't he? 2 A 0 2 3 4 5 is it? No, I think it's got a virus. should he? No, he might fall. isn't it? Yes, I don't understand. isn't it? Actuall\:j, I think it's too big. wasn't it? Actuall\:j, I fell asleep in the middle. 2 Age15 65,000,000 1 2 didn't \:jou? hasn't it? 1 10 11 8.ve 2 3 8 7 many 8 fast 1 2 4 much 5 size 6 kind 5 How 6 What often time well 1 e - 6 7 1 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 13 How How 6 9 '//ho . , 0 ,'I·,le, down~ 2 11 5 \,/h~ Who How Where What 1 2 6 ""- 2 3 4 2 b 5 haven't you? 6 aren't !? 7 are ~c!J! 8 -:.5 - 23 Question words 1 5 3 A 4 A 4 is it? 5 won't it? 6 have \:jou? 5 6 0 0 were the\:j? 7 8 did she? 7 A 8 A 3 4 Richard X Most of it is in Braz.il. 3 won't!? 4 isn't it? 5 can the. is it? 6 Revision 7 . . .. . .. . . . ... 1 d 2 3 4 2 e 3 g Where many 4 2 kind What 3 4 1 2 3 Wh\:j don't When 4 aren't 5 many 6 haven't c 2 a f 5 5 How 7 won't 8 How b Answer Ke!,J 13 5 Mike - boy lying on floor; Dave - boy drawing; Vicky - girl talking to guide; Carla - girl sitting down, writing; Sidney - boy looking in glass cabinet; Mandy - girl with headphones. 4 1 1 or 2 but, or 2 and, but 3 or, and 3 f, or 4 h, or 7 c, and 2 3 9 2 but 3 and 2 a c 4 or 5 but but 6 2 3 because so so 2 so but 3 c 4 5 6 because so so 4 a because 7 and 19 b 21 = ',:::~::::J;;o 2 so 2 b :: but 3 3 a ~o~e : : - :::: : -:: :> =:::.-=:::: :-::::lOO 6 because 5 7 4 4 a because 5 5 or a 6 a because I'm cold. 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In Picture 1, four people are playing chess but in Picture 2, a lot of people are playing different games. In Picture 1, the students are wearing school uniform but in Picture 2, the students are in their own clothes. In Picture 1, the windows are dirty but in Picture 2, they are clean . In Picture 1, the walls have old blue paint, but in Picture 2, they have new green paint. In Picture 1, there is a sign on the wall saying that you can't use your phone, but in Picture 2, there isn't a sign and a boy is using his mobile phone. In Picture 1, there is a sign on the wall saying 'Games Club: Free entry!; but in Picture 2, the sign says 'Games Club: £2.00'. In Picture 2, there are two armchairs but in Picture 1, there aren't any armchairs. In Picture 1, there is a noticeboard near the window but in Picture 2, it is next to the door. In Picture 1, there is one shelf on the wall, but in Picture 2, there are two shelves. Audioscript 1 Subject and object pronouns 0 1.1 & 1.2 ~ 1 2 3 4 S You wear them on your feet. They keep your feet warm. It's in the sky. At night, it's yellow. They live in fields and on farms. People ride them. She rules a country. You see her on coins and stamps. It's small. It's green. It will change into a butterfly one day. It keeps you safe in the car. Mini-revision Units 1-2 R1.1 ~ How does Harry travel to school? A How do you travel to school, Harry? B By bus. I walk to the bus stop and I take two buses to get to school, and then two buses home again in the afternoon. A Two buses each way! B Yes, the number forty-eight and the three. What does Harry see? A Is it an interesting journey? B Hmm ... well, you can see fields and houses from the bus. A Just fields and houses? BYes. 2 Plurals 0 2.1 ~ one hat, two hats lone face, two faces 2 one knife, two knives 3 one brush, t w o brushes 4 one leaf, t wo leaves S one fly, two fl ies 6 one tomato, two to matoes 7 one donkey, two donkeys 8 one apple, t wo apples 2 Who is on the bus ir tMe ""'::>,'"'1i:t; !' A -"re c"e :::..;Se~ :::_~::' 8 ~ ~'. ii.:: ""?= =.,':c. ::.l.-= -.:-s .=,j"'~~ :'-'; ~-~= .- ~l -; - , 3 - _ 1_ = "- --.---- , ..... :: ':::::E5 -c ,. . . ~ :.:: . , ::. . A Wh at about on the second bus ? B The second bus in the morning is always busy. A Do you talk to anyone? B Yes, I sit with my friends and I talk to them. 0 2.2 IzI: flowers, potatoes, ponies, keys, shelves Is I: --- cats, rocks, ships Irz/: buses, dresses, boxes 4 Who does Harry travel home with? A Do you travel home with the same people? B No, but my friend Lee takes the same bus home, and I sit with her. 0 2.3 flowers noses weeks cars fives places hats lips brushes cups doors horses books pages rooms S Who does Harry meet at the bus stop? A Do you walk home from the bus stop ? B No, my mum meets me in the car and she drives me home. A She gets you from the bus stop? BYes. A That's very kind of her. B I know. 0 2.4 ~ 1 2 3 4 S 6 7 8 9 10 I'm a man. They're men . It's a mouse. They're mice. It's a photo. They're photos. She's a child. They're children. He has one tooth. I have thirty teeth. He has one fish. I have six fish. I can see one woman. He can see four women. You can see one person. I can see three people. This is a radio. These are radios. Ow! My foot! Ow! My feet! One sheep. One hundred sheep! 0 2.5 ~ 1 2 3 4 the men the goose the cups the foxes the butterfly S 6 7 8 9 the the the the the women stars knife necklace shelves 3 Articles and quantifiers . .. .... , . ' . , .......... ..... ......... ........ .. , ... ,., ... ..... ...... .. . 0 3.1 ~ 1 2 3 4 S 6 7 8 There's some bread in the bag. I can see some birds. There's snow on those mountains. There are two men on the boat. Would you like some ice in your drink? I want some free time. You've got tomato sauce on your face! I love rain! This furniture is very nice. Audioscript 15 0 3.2&3.3 A B A B A B A B A B A B A B A B Tell me about your city, Millville. Well ... It's got a lot of good shops. So is it a good place to live? Oh, yes. And there are some mountains near Millville, so you're in the city but you can always see some mountains. Are there are lot of green spaces in the city? There aren't a lot of green spaces, but we do have some parks and trees. Is there a big city park? No, we don't have any big parks, just some small green spaces. I guess there's a lot of traffic in Millville. Oh, yes. There are a lot of cars, buses, motorbikes .. . a lot of traffic, yes. And is there a lot of pollution? Yes, there is. There's a lot of pollution in the air from a ll the traffic. And a lot of litter too ? No, you know, there actually isn't any litter on the streets. There isn't any litter at all? That's hard to believe! It's true! People don't drop litter. That's one really good thing about my city. 3.4 ~ 2 3 A Have you got a ny family in other co unt ries? B 0 Du: : 've got some friends in Italy. : -:::::: ~8~e 0:: :8""" ' ~ D,O:OS 'or 0 schoo l B ~ e 'e ere some ola pno' os in that box. A 0 e you got any gold j eweller y? B No. I ve got som e silver rings but I haven't got any gold j ewellery. A I need some shampoo. Can I use some of yours? B I haven't got any, but you can have some of my soap. 4 Demonstratives 0 4.1 A Can I have one of those, please? B One of these chocolate cakes? A Yes, please. 16 2 A What on earth is that?! B It's a daddy-long-legs. A What 's that? 3 A Are those your trainers? BYes. A Well, pick them up, please! 4 A What are those lights in the sky? B I don't know ... Maybe they're UFOs! 5 A Right, this is your classroom. B OK. A Good morning, Miss Nyman. Audioscript 6 C A C B C B Hello. This is Ben . Hello Ben. Hello. That's your seat over there, Ben. You can sit down. Thank you. A B A B A B Can you put these in the fridge, please? What are they? Shellfish, you know - seafood. I can see that. But what kind? These are mussels and those are clams. Oh, right. 0 4.2 ~ ~ 1 2 this is the door those ducks these things that zebra 3 4 5 6 This is the key. Those are their dogs. Are these vases? That's the bathroom. 0 4.3 ~ 1 2 3 4 5 How much is this hat? Those fish are beautiful. What are those red flowers? Mmm! These are delicious! What does that sign say? Could you help me with these boxes? Mini-revision Units 3- 4 R2 .1 A What do you and yo ur family have for breakfast, Ju li a? B Well, we all have very different things. I have my breakfast at seven o'clock and I don't eat very much . I have some orange juice and a piece of bread with jam. My grandparents make lots of cooked food for breakfast, but I don't have any of that. A Oh, right. What do your grandparents have for breakfast, then? B My grandpa has a cup of coffee, an egg, mushrooms and some beans. He and my grandma have breakfast later than me, at about nine o'clock. A Does your grandma eat all that for breakfast too? B No, she just has an egg and beans. She has coffee with her meaL and some water too. She always feels thirsty in the morning. A What about your mum and dad? B Mum leaves the house very early for work in the morning. She doesn't have any breakfast at home. There are some cafes near her office so she gets a cup of coffee at one of those. She has some biscuits with the coffee too, I think. A And your dad? B Dad's very healthy! He gets up early and goes running, then he comes home and has breakfast. He has fruit and toast. He doesn't have any butter or jam on the toast - just toast, brown toast. A B A B Does he have tea or coffee with that? No, he has a large glass of water. You've got a sister, haven't you? Yes, I have. She's called Beth. She only eats this for breakfast. It's cereal. She has a bowl of this with lots of milk. That's all. She doesn't drink any juice, or tea, or coffee. A And what about your brothers, Seth and James? B Seth has pancakes and water, and James likes a small breakfast - he only has one egg and coffee. B The trouble is, there aren't many sunny days on the island. A No? B No. They don't get much sun on the island. They don't get much rain either, but there are a lot of cloudy days. A That's a shame. BYes. 2 Which is Bev's grandma? A Is this your grandma? B No, that's my aunt. Have you got a photo of your grandma? A No, I haven't got any with me now. She's really old. She's got a lot of white hair - and she hasn't got many teeth! B Do you stay with her on the island? 3 Which is the Island Hotel? A No, she hasn't got a big house a nd there are c lot of us in my fa mi ly. We always Si:C~ c: :-e Island Hotel. : t 5 C reG . ::: :: ;; -:::: : e o .0: o~ -:>c;;- 5 :-:: ::" ~ 3 - Revision 1 R3.1 A B A B A B A B A B A B A B A B A B A B A R3.2 It's lovely to have you on the show. Thank you . What are you going to make for us today? It's a mixed fruit smoothie. Mmm ... That sounds good. Is it a drink? No, not really. It's a snack. A delicious snack for any time of the day. Is it a healthy snack? Oh, yes ! And t he other great t hing is - it's very easy to ma ke. It really doesn't take much t ime. And you only need four ·ngrecfit: nts. OK, so are you go'ng:o S ~ O,' ~. 5 r ,C 1: :2. ;-;-:: "e : ~ I am ! Ri g ht, first you reee. a -:::-::;:.~ ~ :::: ; stra w ber ri es. M mm, I love st rawber ries, Me too, and t here's a lot of t hem in the shops at this time of year. Put them in a food processor and add some other pieces offruit - bananas or peaches are perfect. So you cut the fruit into pieces and put the pieces into the food processor with the strawberries. That's right. Now add a small pot of yoghurt. You're using natural yoghurt. That's right, but you can use fruit yoghurt if you want. And finally, a spoonful of honey. Just one spoonful? Yes, that's right. Now switch the food processor on. Pour the smoothie into two glasses .. . And there you are! Two glasses of mixed fruit smoothie. Fantastic! Thank you . Can I try it? Sure, go ahead! Mmm, that's delicious! = 5 r.1 aKe 5.1 ~ 2 3 4 5 0 5.2&5.3 • 1 2 3 4 5 What weather do they usually have on the islan d? Those will make you ill. It makes food sweet. They make her angry. It makes you thirsty. These make us strong. These things make people fat. 0 5.4 • A BOO!! .. . Did I make you jump? B Yes, you did! A B A B • What has Bev got? A What are those? B Photos. A Canlseethem? B Yes, of course. They're photos ofTindle Island - that's where my grandma lives. There are a lot of sheep on the island. I haven't got a lot of photos I'm afraid, but you're welcome to see th em . They make everything yello w. Water ma kes things wet. Exercise makes me tired. Yoga makes people calm and relaxed. Bad drivers make him angry. The sun makes her happy. Excuse me! Could you wait here a minute. Me? Yes. I need to check your bags. Oh,OK. 2 A Adam! Come here! B What is it? A Look at that bird in the tree. It's beautiful. ... Oh no! It's flown away now! That was your fau lt. 3 A B A B Did you like the book? Yes, it made me laugh. Really? It made me cry. It was so sad. Oh . I thought it was funny. Audioscript 17 4 A B A B A Be careful! Don't ride so near me! Sorry. Oo-er ... aargh!! Oh no! I'm so, so sorry! No, it wasn't your fault. There was something on the path. B Really? Oh. Well, are you OK? A Yeah, I'm fine. S A Would you like some pepper on your pasta? B, C, E: Yes, please. A Ah .. . Ah ... Ah ... tishooo! A, C, D: Bless you! B Thank you. It was the pepper! 6 C A C A B A B+C 0 6.2 ~ A What's so funny? Hmm? A What are you smiling about? B We're watching a video clip on the internet. Look! The dogs are dancing to music! A Oh, yes. I suppose that is quite funny! B+C 0 5.5 ~ What do you want to do this evening, Jenny? Do you Want to go out? B No, I'd like to stay at home and watch a DVD. A OK, that's fine with me. 2 A Would you like to sit down? B No, it's OK. I'm happy to stand. 3 A What do you want to be when you grow up, Charlie? B I'd like to be an astronaut. A Would you like to be a teacher like me? B No! 4 A Would you like to be a doctor, Ben? B Yes, but I wouldn't like to work in a big hospital. I don't like hospitals. A Oh, right. S A 6 A Why don't you speak to the teacher about it, Sue? B Mmm, no. I can talk about it with my friends. It's made of wood. They're made of metal. It's made of glass. :: S ........ cce aC oaoer. 1 2 3 --.:::.- - ~=.--- ..... =.-:. - - ----------- - - --.=. - "''=' - ::.-= :.:: ::'_- 6 Verb patterns: love, like, hate and want .... ... , ... .. .... .. .... ............. ' 0 6.1 A B+C A B+C A B A C A C A B A B C A 18 Hi Fred, hi Amy. Hello. I've got some questions about games. I want to know what you like and don't like doing. OK? Yes. The first question is about painting. Amy, do you like painting? Yes, I do. I like painting colourful pictures. How about you Fred? No, I don't. I hate painting. I always get paint on my clothes. Oh, right! What about computer games, then? Do you like playing them? I love playing computer games! And you, Amy? I don't love playing them, but yes, I like playing computer games. They're OK. Now, basketball. Do you like playing basketball? Yes, I do. I love playing basketball. Yes, I like playing basketball too. Like or love? Audioscript A What's the matter, Sam? B I don't want to go to the supermarket. I'm too tired. A Come on . It won't take long. B OK. A He made her jump. 0 5.6&5.7 Erm ... Like. And finally, do you like playing other ball games football, tennis, things like that? Yes, I do. I love playing ball games and my friends do too. Amy? No, I don't. I don't like any other ball games. Amy, Fred - thank you very much . You're welcome. What about all these footballers, Alex? They get a lot of money, don't they? B Yes, and they get a lot of attention too. I'd like to be rich, but I wouldn't like to be in the newspapers and on TV all the time. A You don't want to be famous, then? B No, not me. 0 6.3 I don't want to go to bed. I want to watch a film. I don't want to sit down. Do you want to go out? I wouldn't like to live here. Would you like to be a doctor? 0 6.4 ~ A B A B 2 A I'd like to go to the beach. Me too, but I don't want to go in the sea . Do you want to stop for lunch? No, I'm OK, thanks. But I'd like to have a cold drink. I don't want to go to school tomorrow. 3 B I'd like to do that! It sounds really good! A It is. It's really fun . C Does it feel horrible? When the paint hits you, I mean. A No, it's OK. C It doesn't sound much fun to me! B Nor me. I don't want to do that exam. I'd like to have lots of money! B Me too! I'd like to be rich and famous. A 0 6.5 He loves jumping, He loves climbing, He doesn't like lying around. He'd like to be a pilot, or a high skydiver. He doesn't want to stay on the ground. She likes thinking, She likes doing puzzles. She doesn't like running about. She'd like to be a scientist or maybe a spy. She wants to help, and sort things out. They both love winning. They both hate losing. They don't like getting thing s wrong. They want to win a trophy, a gold medal or a cup, and the y don't wan to wait very long! A I can see something really strange over there. Look - big white balls rolling down a hill. B Can you see people inside them? A Oh yes, I can! Wow! B They're zorbing. A That looks really good fun! 2 What's that up in the sky? It looks like a great big kite - or a bird. B No, it's a paraglider. Can you see the person sitting under it? A Oh wow, yes. That looks fun! B Do you think so ? It looks scary to me! = wouldn : like to do th at! 3 A What'sJ.-,aDD2~ · ~:; I" :ii=-: ' :: ':- B ~~2::: -2 ... :: 7 Verbs of sensation ~ 2 3 4 S 6 7 8 [A person walking] [someone whistling] [a bird singing] [an alarm ringing] [a phone ringing] [a woman singing] [someone coughing] [people laughing] [people clapping] 4 A S A Look at this picture. He looks like a cat! What s r2 A B A B 2 A 3 A 4 B A B B B Is this glass? It feels like plastic. Is this strawberry ice cream? It tastes like raspberry. What's that music? Is it Mozart? It sounds like Beethoven. Is this T-shirt green or brown? It looks brown. What's that animal? Is it a rabbit? It looks like a mouse. 0 7.3 ~ What are those people doing? It looks like they 're taking photos. B They're trainspotting. They write the numbers of the trains that they can see. A That sounds boring. B Well, some people like it. doing? He's free running . Some people call it 'parkoLr : .:... lot of people do it in this town . You can see the m jumping from building to building or runn ing on high walls. It's fantastic. A It sounds really good. 0 7.2 ~ -:::: ~~~: .- ' - A - ~·rr no, : aOeS'1;: ,oor( .er~ r,,<"i"s: "9:0 -i". B I'm going to try it. It looks quite fun to me, A OK, I'll see yo u later. B See you! 0 7.1 1 A A I went paintballing at the weekend. B What's that? A It's a game. You play it in teams. We were outside, in the t rees. You run and hide behind a tree and you try to hit people on the other team with pain t. Revision 2 R4.1 A Hello, Nathan. Thanks for filling in the fir st pan of the application form. Now, I'd like to ask you some questions about your goals, likes an d dislikes. B OK. A First of all, what kind of fitness programm e would you like to join here? I mean, how long a re you thinking of? B Well, for now, I'd like to enrol for three mo nths, Audioscript 19
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