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51 00 4)5JOj JDWWDJ~ P10JXQ Oxford Grammar for Schools Teacher's Book Contents Answer key 3 Audioscript 14 Unit tests 34 Review tests 64 Tests answer key 72 OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS Great Clarendon Street, Oxford, OX2 6DP, United Kingdom Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It fiuthers 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 Un iversity Press 2014 The moral rights of the author have been asserted First published in 2014 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 All rights reserved. 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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 ISBN: 9780194559256 Printed in China This book is printed on paper from certified and well-managed sources A C K NOWLEDG EM ENTS Tests author: Daniela Clarke 11 13 Answer key for 1 enough 2 many 3 too many Unit 1 1 1 C 3 U 4 U 2 C 2 1c 1d 2 20 2b 2c 2d th ree shelves a sofa transport three lorries two buses a car a motorbike 5 U 7 C 9 C 6 C 8 U 10 C 3 30 3b 3c 3d weather an umbrella four raincoats two puddles a drop of rain 4 40 4b 4c 4d 4 boxes 2 It's 5 1 bit, piece 2 spoonful, bag 3 drop, bottle 6 1 a 2 some 7 8 9 b 2 a 3 b 4 a 5 a b 2 a 3 b 4 b 5 b 3 were 4 gold 14 people two men a boy a girl two women 3 some 5 some 4 a 6 an 7 crisps, biscuits 8 carton, box 7 a 3 some, the 5 some, a 4 a, a, the 6 some, the, the, the, any 10 1 the 2 -, the 5 the 6 -, - 11 1 (North) Africa 2 Morocco 12 7 8 the 9 the 10- 4 5 the 7 8 the 3 - 6 - 9 - 10 some 13 11 the 1412 The 15- 16 a Unit2 1 1 several, many, much 2 a few, a little a lot of, several 3 a bit of, a couple of, a lot of, much 2 1 Lots of 2 few 3 Suggested answers: In Student A's picture there isn't much perfume but in Student B's picture there is lots of perfume. In Student A's picture there are a couple of towels but in Student B's picture there are lots oftowels. In Student A's picture there's no iron but in Student B's picture there is an iron. In Student A's picture there are several brushes but in Student B's picture there are two. In Student A's picture there are a few pegs but in Student B's picture there are lots of pegs. In Student A's picture there's lots of soap but in Student B's picture there isn't much soap. In Student A's picture there are a couple of pairs of rubber gloves, but in Student B's picture there are several pairs. 3 a lot of 4 no 5 many 7 A little 6 A couple of 7 8 2 d 9 1 enough 2 enough sugar 3 much 4 for, to 5 enough 6 too many 1 too many 2 enough 3 enough 4 too much 5 too many 6 enough 10 o 3 b 4 e 5 6 c 20 3 © 4 0 50 6© 5 for 6 for, to 7 how much 10 little 8 a lot 11 Too much 9 a bit 12 any 3 A 1 He 2 they 3 We 4 You No 1 2 3 4 5 It 6 She 2 Yes 1 the cake herself 2 him 6 myself 2 himself 8 9 7 you 8 I Help yourself to a cake. He was by himself. Make yourselves at home! Are they behaving themselves? 4 10 3 dye 4 dye/colour the (animal) skins 1 2 - 2 3 7 1 a, some, any, an 2 a, the 34 the 1 7 some 6 a 4 a few 5 how many 6 couple 2 A A 4 to 3 to Unit3 5 is 7 a newspaper 6 ice-creams 8 space 4 cheese, wood 5 sadness, excitement 6 honey, ja m 2 for 3 ourselves 4 her 3 ourselves 4 he~e~ 5 himself 5 itself 6 you~e~ 1 anything 2 anywhere 3 everybody 4 something 1 S 3 S 2 S 4 D 5 D 6 S 7 themselves 8 itself 5 No one 6 somewhere 7 D 8 S 1 everyone 2 something 3 Nowhere 4 somewhere S anyone 6 no one 1 something else 3 I could 4 Nowhere 6 to 2 Is 11 2 e 12 1 2 3 4 15 1 something 2 nothing 3 yourselves 3 d 5 for 4 b to stop anywhere somewhere everything 5 for breakfast 6 in India 7 she met on holiday 8 everywhere 4 myself 5 somewhere 6 anything 7 yourselves 8 itself Revision 1 Units 1-3 1 2 3 4 6 7 C 2C 3B 4D A 2B 3B 4C 1 B 3C 5B 7C 2 C 4 A 6 C 8 B 1 jobs 2 time 3 knives 4 glasses 5 potatoes 6 children 7 paper 9D 10 C 10 daisies 8 pencils 9 vase 1 children 2 themselves 3 everything 4 brushes 5 person 6 drop 1 No 2 No 5 Yes 6 Yes 3 No 4 No SA 7 couple 8 yourselves 7 No 8 No Unit4 1 2 1 doesn't rise 2 make 3 has 4 don't eat 5 grow 6 doesn't boil Do 2 Does 5 Do 6 Do 3 Does 4 Do 7 has 8 means 7 do 8 does Answer key 3 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 7 9 10 1 're revising 2 're reading 3 'm preparing 4 're learning 5 're doing 6 'm improving 7 'm writing 8 's helping She didn't buy a present for Cathy. She bought postcards for her school project. She got some DVDs from the library. She finished her book. She didn't relax. 1 directed 2 was 12 Student A's questions for Student B: 1 What did two Italian men make in 2004? 2 What did a 96-year old man from South Africa do in 201 O? 3 What did 13,413 people paint at the same time in China in 2009? Student B's questions for Student A: 1 What did an Italian man sing for almost 102 hours in 2011? 2 What did a man from China dive down in 2008? 3 What did people in the USA build in 2009? 16 3 swam 4 didn't use UnitS 1 2 1 was thinking 6 took 5 wasn't expecting 6 We re they w atching 3 weren't wearing 4 was walking, was running 7 was happening 8 was leaving found, was looking 2 met, was helping 3 were cleaning, had 2 3 4 5 19 1 loves 2 swims 3 were playing 4 heard 5 saw 6 was calling 20 said 2 started 3 shouted 4 saw 5 6 7 8 's coming were waiting chatted kept Questions for Henry: 1 How often do you go swimming? 2 How often do you see people in difficulty in the water? 3 What were you playing on the beach when you heard Jamie? 2 b 8 still don't understand 1 2 3 4 wear wear 're reading 'm only looking 5 are you doing 6 'm meeting 7 play 1 c 2 h 3 f 4 b 9 closes has doesn't have 'm playing do you play 10 11 12 13 5 a a lemon 2 flowers 7 1 2 3 4 10 4 sleep 7 hasn't got 5 are you doing 8 's getting 6 hardly ever rains 1 S 3 S 4 S 5 love 3 tea 4 the past depends on doesn't understand don't know agree 2 A 9 7 e 8 d 6 g 6 8 4 b 3 a likes 2 does the bank open 3 're having 5 A 6 A is he tasting 2 'm thinking 3 says 4 're being 5 6 7 8 doesn't matter look don't remember believe 7 S 8 S 10 A 5 6 7 8 's having don't understand Do you agree has 9 S 7 Does he look 1 2 3 4 'm watching 's he doing don't know Is he digging 5 'sjumping 6 depends 8 think 9 's coming 10 wants 11 's holdi ng 12 contains Unit 6 1 2 7 was wearing 8 went 9 called 9 believe 10 didn't know 11 want 12 'm meeting 1 c 4 4 dropped, w as drying 5 thought, was walking 6 was reading, saw Did you listen to music while you were doing your homework yesterday? Was it raining when you woke up th is morn ing ? Did you listen to the radio while you were having breakfast today? Did you see anything interesting w hen you we re travelling to school this morning ? What were you friends doing when you arrived at school today? Answer key 3 5 became 2 were sitting 17 21 4 What was Jamie shouting? 5 What did you talk about when you were waiting with Jamie? Questions for Jamie: 1 When did you learn to swim? 2 How do you feel about swimming in the sea now? 3 What did Henry say to you? 4 What did you say to Henry? 5 Do you think Henry will be a good lifeguard? Go swimming ./ Buy a present for Cathy X Buy postcards for school project ./ Get DVDs from the library ./ Finish my bookX Relax!X 11 15 4 Yes, she is. Yes, she is. Yes, he is. No, she isn't (watching TV). She's cooking. Yes, she is. No, they aren't (wearing sunglasses). Amy's wearing glasses and Dave's wearing sunglasses. No, they aren't drinking water. They're eating sandwiches. No, he isn't. He's walking. No, he isn't (standing on the steps). He's sitting on the steps. No, he isn't (playing the piano). He's playing chess. d 2 b 3 a 4 c Has the rain stopped yet? 2 Edward still hasn't cleaned his shoes. 3 Have you ever made a cake? 4 They haven't left the park yet. 5 Bella's broken her arm three times. 6 I've just remembered the answer! 7 We've never talked about it. 8 He's lived in that house for 20 years. 3 didn't eat 2 bought 3 painted 4 got married 6 2 3 h 0.,,' 5 's fall en 6 Did YOl. ".,,';;0 7 've ne. e' :; ::,,~ 8 Have<"o _ ".,,'dru nk 4 e 5 a 6 9 8 c 7 9 2 3 4 5 13 14 2 3 4 5 17 3 a 2 b 18 4 have you eaten 5 've known 6 've been singing Have you been sleeping well recently? What sports have you been doing lately? Have you been preparing for a test or exam recently? What colour pen have you been using in this lesson? Has your best friend been learning a new sport or activity recently? 4 didn't use to be 5 didn't use to have 1 used to wear b /ju: st ;:!/ 19 5 Did 3 didn't 4 speaking have 2 working 21 Unit 7 6 won't 7 'm getting 8 're going to paint 'm going to wash 2 Shall 3 '11 sit 9 '11 4 shall we eat 5 '11 be 3 4 5 Conversation 1: b, f Conversation 2: c, d Conversation 3: a, e C 4 By the time, '11 be 5 I'm going to learn, I'm 6 When, will be 1 when she hears about 2 as soon as I see 3 while I ride 4 while you cook 5 6 7 8 before you eat by the time she gets until you shout'Stop!' as soon as she gets 6 'm busy 7 I go 8 I'll come 7 Are you going to 8 I'll phone are you doing 4 I've got 5 What about 2 1 False 2 False 3 False 3 3 DK 4 F 7 C 9 C 8 A 10 B 3 A 4 True 5 False 6 True 4 B 5 C 7 False 8 True 9 False B 3 D 5 D 7 B 4 B 6 D 8 C 10 True 9 A 10 B 4 1 had 2 still 8 1 a 2 c 3 b 4 a 5 a 6 c 9 1 B 2 C 3 A 4 B 5 B 6 A 5 as soo n as w e 3 w illbe 4 w ill have UnitS 3 skipping 4 taking photos 5 playing che ss 2 cooking 3 singing 4 playing 5 running 6 riding 4 1 going 2 camping 3 reading 4 collecting 5 watching 6 cycling 7 working 8 cooking 9 doing 10 asking 5 1 swimming 2 cooking 3 playing chess 4 singing 5 skipping 6 running 9 cycling 10 skiing swimming 2 skiing 2 1 having/ taking 1 having 9 break 2 take 10 11 14 3 doing 4 spending 7 to save 8 to open 9 todo 1 to do 2 laugh 3 to eat 4 borrow 5 to cook 6 to lie living 1 asking 5 owning 3 catch 4 open 4 fall 5 borrow 6 phone 1 to see 2 to be 3 hitting 15 7 reading 8 surfing the internet 2 feel 3 to buy 3 to win 2 DK 5 A 6 C 2 C 2 to rain b T 3 A 4 B 2 D 2 being 2 I'm visiting 3 Are you 10 11 1 A 2 C 1 7 1 Are you going to sit, do 2 '11 be, when 3 won't, you ask 8 15 1 4 used to sing 5 use to like 6 '11 get used to writing 1 used to be 2 weren't used to eating 3 'm getting used to going 1 4 will you be living 5 will you be doing 6 Will you have found 7 Will you have become 8 Will people be living 9 Will robots be doing 10 Will computers have become Revision 2 Units 4-7 4 c 2 used to be 3 didn't use to sit Will you have done your homework 2 will you be doing 3 Will you have changed 11 exploded two years ago in Germany school friends and teachers I was skiing when I fell and broke my arm I was in a lot of pain No, it hasn't. d '11 be eating 2 '11 be stopping 3 won't have finished 4 '11 have visited 5 '11 be flying, '11 be reading, '11 be watching 13 8 had broken 9 didn't understand 10 had happened 1 's been trying 2 's broken 3 've been walking 15 8 didn't see 7 had knocked 1 was 2 happened 3 were sleeping 4 heard 5 saw 6 discovered 11 12 7 did he answer 4 've 5 Had he told 6 didn't know 've just seen 2 was having 3 saw 10 4 hadn't met 5 had kept 6 had never seen 1 had given 2 had just arrived 3 had happened 5 close 6 say 10 to speak 7 to get 4 meeting 5 to take 6 to stay 4 writing 5 being 6 to speak 7 waiting 8 to vi sit 9 togo 7 stopping 8 to give 9 talking 10 to open 11 switching 12 toleave 5 T Answer key 5 16 1 shopping 6 see 1 1 getting 2 to explore 3 to see 7 making 8 Trave lling 9 seeing 12 13 14 15 4 walki ng 5 going 10 tak in g 14 walkin g to keep to know to read Unit9 1 1 said 2 1 was waiting 4 5 b 2 3 4 5 6 6 8 10 11 4 a 5 a 6 b He said he had liked t he fi lm. She said she hadn't li ked th e film. He said he was feeli ng hu ngry. She said she was feeling tired. She said she would make a dri nk. He said he w ould make some sandwiches. He said he could see everything. She sa id she co uldn't see anything. He sa id he was enjoying himself. She said she w as enjoy ing herself. She said she'd never been to New York. He sai d he'd never been to the USA. Unit 10 1 1 I had done 2 th is word means 3 whether I would 4 about 5 where 6 how long 1 invited them to sit 2 reminded them to take 3 wanted them to buy 4 ordered them to go 5 allowed them to use 5 1 notto wear 2 He's reminding her 3 to give 4 not to go 5 persuaded 6 inviting 10 7 if 8 w hat I ris was doing 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 3 b, c 4 c, d 5 b, d 1 2 6 3 b 2 a 4 a 5 a 6 a 7 to help 4 persuade 5 to do 6 to give to play 8 a stranger Example sentence s: Teachers advi se students to revise before exams. Students invite their friends to their houses. Doctors warn patients not to eat junk food. Dentists encourage children to brush their teeth properly. Bus drivers allow passengers to stand when the bus is full. 2 d 3 a 4 f 1 e 2 f 7 8 6 e 5 b 5 TV presenter 3 lamie 4 crazy 1 35 2 perfect 3 b 4 h 5 g 6 a halfan hour 2 a lot of fog 3 a ten-minute bike ride The teacher asked her whe re she had been . Mandy asked me if/whether I was feeli ng OK. Angie asked them if/whether th ey had a footba ll. Sam asked wha t t ime t he next bus was. Bella asked him w hat wo uld ha ppen next. He asked if/whether I cou ld help him . I asked him what I shou ld do. They asked him how he he'd hurt him self. Answer key b Unit 11 4 6 a, c 5 not to look 6 to get 3 to listen 4 to read 4 2 you 3 allow What wou ld you like to eat Will it hurt Will yo u change seats Do you need a lift Canyoutidyyourroom Have you ever written your own project What happens when you heat t he m ixture 2 a, d tojump 2 not to worry 6 7 1 Are yo u goi ng to the match b, c 4 asked 5 told me not 6 isn't telling them to write 1 told 2 ask 3 asks 2 differences: small lots of other skaters ticket cost £3.00 after 45 minutes a member of staff said, 'You have to get off the ice now: 12 6 3 a 7 himself 8 those 1 we shou ld meet aga in 2 she had missed the bus 3 you were waiting for the bus 4 he would do it that afternoon 5 I cou ld help him 6 they had already introduced themselves 7 she had(got) some money 8 it wasn't there 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 13 2 b 7 could help 8 shouldn't open 5 there 6 before 3 that 4 her 1 next 2 then 7 sa id 8 sa id 4 had been 5 had given 6 had finis hed 2 wouldn't tell 3 had to stay 3 5 t old 6 said 3 said 4 told 2 told Group A's questions 1 She asked me how long I'd felt li ke that. 2 She asked me if/whether I had a high temperature. 3 She asked me if/w hether I had a headache. Group B's questions 1 He asked me if/whether I needed a bag. 2 He asked me if/whether I wanted anything else. 3 He asked me how I wanted to pay. Group Cs questions 1 I asked her what time breakfast was. 2 I asked her if/whether my room had a sea view 3 I asked her if/w hether I could have lunch in my room. Group D's questions 1 He asked us where we were going. 2 He asked us if/whether he could see our pa ssports. 3 He asked us how how many bags we had. 4 He asked us if/whether we'd packed our bags ourselves. 6 easy 7 i 8 c 4 a map on the noticeboard 5 it's a salad in th e fridge 6 There's Milly. 2 There, it 3 It 4 it 5 It, there 6 It 7 It 8 There 1 It 2 there 3 It 4 It 5 take 6 to 7 th ere 8 it It 4 Unit 12 1 2 1 2 3 4 S She She She She She sent a parcel to Polly. sent an email to Emily. sent a postcard to Peter. sent a text message to Tom. sent a smoke signal to Sidney. 5 6 1 She sent Polly a parcel. 2 She sent Emily an email. 3 She sent Peter a postcard. 4 She sentTom a text message. S She sent Sidney a smoke signal. 3 4 5 8 9 11 2 a 3 d 4 S c 2 c 3 4 a S e 6 e 6 b 6 7 8 9 10 1 write you 2 write someone 3 given someone 4 sold something S lend people 1 for 2 to 3 to 4 for 7 for 8 for S to 6 for 7 d people things it for you them for you you maths you a story 9 to 10 to 1 I'll leave Kate a message. 2 Can you give Jason this box? 3 Shall I lend Emily €1OO? 4 She's ordered you a pizza. S I'd like to show Ma x your draw ings. 6 I'll find Toby some socks. 7 Let's pick J ess some cherries. 8 Shall I choose you a book? 9 You have to throw Iris the ball. 10 Pass Frank the scissors. S 6 7 8 1 X them for Alison 2 .! 3 X it to me 4 X them for me E 2 C 3 G 4 H A 2 C 3D 4C 1 B 2 A 4 3 A 4 D S 6 7 8 playing 2 to spend 3 talking 4 hearing 5 1 what she was 2 Ann to send 8 9 1 a 2 c SC 6 A 3 c 3 will 4 breakfa st 1 said 2 w ent 4 a 9 be 10 Studying 11 sit 12 working 14 1 Could you help 2 Could I see 3 you mind saying S May we see 4 Would you 6 if! used 15 2 b, i 1 3 1 2 3 4 S 6 c 2 c 3 b 4 a S b S b I'd like to be able to play golf. He can't swim at all. She used to be able to play quite well. I've always been able to draw. They couldn't do it very well. Were you able to speak to Pete? 2 c 4 f 3 d 3 e, h S a S Could you 6 answ ering 6 f, I S a, k 4 d, g 6 b Unit 14 1 2 3 2 d 3 c 4 S a 6 h 7 b 1 f 2 b 3 d 4 c S e 6 a 1 2 3 4 S must stay mustn't cross May I watch w ill have to change Do I ha ve to stay 1 2 3 4 should Ca n I needn't mu st 8 e 6 don't ha ve to use 7 need to tidy 8 've got to have 9 Can I see 10 can have 9 Do I ha ve to 10 don't need to S have to 6 can 7 mu stn't 8 can 't 5 1 may 2 've got to 8 Suggested rule s: You mustn't walk here; you mustn't eat here; you mu stn 't dive here; you mustn't take photos here; you mu stn't cycle here; you mustn't fly kites here; you mu stn't enter; you mustn't exit here; you mustn't drink the w ater here; you mustn't have hot drinks here 9 10 7 speaking 8 cycling 1 a 3 mu stn't 4 doesn't have t o 2 c 3 c 4 c couldn't go 2 needn't ha ve taken 3 couldn't 11 S should 6 must S a 6 a 4 didn't need to w ake up S could 6 had to May I use 4 didn't have to buy S should 6 needn't have w atered 2 couldn't w ear 3 mustn't open S driving 6 fifteen minutes to Unit 13 7 managed 8 be able to You can wa sh your hands here; you can drink the water here; you can walk here; you can have a picnic here; you can use your mobile phone here; you can use the rubbish bin here 9C 10 C S 20 6 telling S True 3 be 4 moved SD 3 postcard for 4 her choose 4 True 4 can't S can't 6 was able to 1 Can you 2 I .! to study be todo tofind 3 False 13 Xittous X itto him 7B 8 B 2 False 1 e Revision 3 Units 8-12 1 2 3 False 1 couldn't 2 can't 3 been able to 4 couldn't S easily 6 was able to 12 4 .! 1 been able to 2 Did 3 speak Italian quite well Unit 15 1 2 a 5 4 5 b 2 d 4 8 f 3 3 not stressed 1 could 2 wouldn't 3 shall 4 would S let 's 6 Would would 3 could 4 could S would 6 Shall 8 like 9 don't 1 won't 2 probably w o n't 3 may not 4 I expect 6 w ill definitely 1 ® i© k 2 ® a© f 3 ®j© g 4 ® b© e 2 shall 7 e 6 2 not stressed not stressed 7 w ould S mig ht not S ® l© c Answer key 7 11 1 knitted wool (a) 2 glazed white china (g) 12 14 No 3 brown leather (b) 11 1 can't 2 3 4 S 6 might not be sleeping could be walking might must 7 must be joking 8 must have felt 9 can't have broken 10 must have bought 15 1 must have left 2 must have been dreaming 3 might have changed 16 b 4 can't have forgotten S must have been raining 6 might have broken Revision 4 Units 13-15 1 2 3 B 3 C 2 A S A 1 B 2 A 3 D 4 D S C 7 C 8 A 9 A 10 C Yes S b 6 b 7 b 8 b 13 A 2 D 3 D 4 A S D 6 A 7 A 8 A 15 1 can you? 2 aren't I? 3 isn't it? 4 don't they? 1 had it? 2 won't you? 3 won't you? 4 will you? S isn't it? 6 has he? 16 2 10 True 1c 11 C 12 D 3c 4c Sb 6b 2 No 3 No 4 Yes S Yes 6 Yes 3 a 4 c S f 6 e 2 a 3 1 Whose 2 Which 4 5 6 8 1 a 3 Where 4 How 2 a 1 like 2 did you see 3 b S When 6 Wh y 4 c 3 What 4 makes you 7 Who 8 How S do you like 6 What c 8 1 2 3 4 S 6 7 8 9 10 How big is the Pacific Ocean? Where does the Nile begin? How long is the Yangtze? Where is Cotopaxi? How high is Mount Everest? What do people/ some people call Mars? How hot is it on Venus? How far is Neptune from Earth? Where is Caracas? How high is La Paz? Answer key b 2 a 1 which 2 that 3 whose 3 a 4 that S which 6 monkeys enjoy 7 where 8 who 4 1 2 3 4 S 6 7 It's an animal which has a long trunk. That's the lake where we swam. That's the house my uncle built. I'll ask the girl who painted the picture. Do you like the wall we painted? I saw the girl whose dad is a lawyer. We can find a shop which sells milk. 8 What happened to the boy you used to play football with? 7 4 photos 1 daffodils S He's lost his passport 2 a red bike 3 I broke the cup you gave me 6 a S b Student A 1 Which floor did he/Tommy live on? 2 What did the three boys love? 3 What did they see on the land? 4 Where was the/an old man sitting? S What did they plant? 6 Who came and helped Tommy, Leo and Sidney w ith the project? Student B 1 Why did he/Tommy like living there ? 2 What had Tommy always wanted? 3 Where were the boys walking? 4 How long did the boys spend clearing the land? S What did the local people give to the boys? 6 Who or what did they never see again? 7 7 haven't we? 8 were they? 2 That's the shop flw:f I was talking about. 3 Are you going to eat the meal wftieft I made? S The girl wfm we helped sent me an email. 8 Have you found the book flw:f you lost? Unit 16 2 d S has it? 6 didn't you? 3 4 probably have S needn't have bought 6 Shall we 2a 1 S shall 6 we 3 a 4 a 1 7 False 8 True 8 9 3 aren't 4 can't 1 a 2 a 9 False S False 6 True 1 had to 2 couldn't 3 have left 1 won't 2 didn't 12 6 B 3 False 4 False 6 A b Unit 17 4 C 1 True 2 True 4 9 8 2 3 4 S 6 7 9 2 3 4 S 6 Louise, who I've known for many years, is going to move to Canada. They gave me a present, which was really kind of them . They live in Slovenia, where there are some beautiful mountains. You need to use saffron, which is a very expensive spice. Edward, whose brother is in your class, is a really good chess player. I had a long chat with Tim, which was really nice. My sister, who's a musician, is playing in a concert this weekend. This is a story about Kate, who you'll meet tomorrow. We arrived early, which was good. Baklava, which is a Greek dessert, is very tasty. Mary, whose mother is Mexican, speaks Spanish very well. We went to Fez, which is a city in the north of Morocco. Green Street, where Suzy lives, is very busy. 10 1 What a 2 strange 11 What a beautiful day! 2 How kind she is! 3 What rubbish he talks! 12 How 2 that will be 3 What 4 What 3 What 4 an SHow 6 she has 4 What a lot of books! S How true that is! S What a long 6 What a n 11 Revision 5 Units 16-17 1 D 2 B 3 B 4 C 2 1 D 2 G 3 E 4 F 3 1 B 2 A 3 B 5 D 4 D 6 C 4 whose photo I 2 where 3 w hich she gave 7 8 la No 5 A 12 7 C 8 D 2 No 3 Yes 4 No 5 Yes 6 No Unit 18 6 don't like, rains 2 feels, ta ke 3 tastes, 're 4 doesn't matter, speak 7 Andy 11 12 14 15 X X ,/ 2'/ ,/ 17 3'/ X 2 d 3 e 7 30 8 281 don't grow, don't have doesn't give, 're wa tch, makes cry, doesn't mea n 4 a 5 f 6 c 7 you 'll feel 8 you tidy 9 I'll ask 10 you wantto 11 you bring 12 Take 5 shouldn't 6 eat 3 leave 4 Don't want 2 won't a, If you don't close your backpack, e, If you don't eat your meal, f, If you don't come out of the sea, d, If you eat all those sweets, c, If you touch that frying pan, 1 If 2 unless Unit 20 1 1 had 2 wasn't 2 1 2 3 4 3 2 d 3 unless 4 If 1 2 3 4 5 3 b 5 if 6 unless 7 unless 8 if 4 a 5 1 a like b li ked 2 a was b isn't 3 a kn ew b know 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 9 present 2 past 3 6 a 3 lived 2 wouldn't say 3 didn't live 4 would you go 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 could didn't have wouldn't 'd have to 3 don't stress 4 don't st ress c 4 d 2 e 1 5 'd enjoy 4 a had b haven't got 5 a can b could If only Jason was here. I w ish Tim had ta ke n a photo. I w ish I had so me sun glasses. If only you hadn't dropped it! I'm glad you enjoyed yourself. I wish Beth didn't have so many problem s. 2 L 3 present 4 pa st 3 B 5 pa st 6 present 4 I 5 L 6 I 11 1 hadn't picked up 2 hadn't dropped 3 'd/ had prepared 4 'd/ had had 5 hadn't broken 6 'd/ had gone 12 1 Ihad 2 I'd had 3 'm glad 4 w ish 5 this century 6 a different century 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 17 1 wouldn't say 2 left 3 didn't put 4 wouldn't eat 18 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 6 e No, I'd never do that. I think I'd be really angry. If I were you, I'd get t he jacket. I'd probably choose the prawns. If it never got dark, we'd never see the stars! b 5 1 stres s 10 5 kn ew 6 's If only I had my phone. I'm glad you don't remember. I w ish I was ri ch. I'm glad I'll see you later. 4 Unit 19 1 2 3 're 4 could 2 don't stress 1 you like 2 we'll have to wait 3 you should have 4 you pay 5 you go 6 it washes off 1 2 3 4 5 5 doesn't break Julie 1 X ~ 5 6 7 8 6 a, d 1 g, I would have said hello if I'd seen you. 2 d, The letter would have arrived by now if you'd posted it on Monday. 3 a, If you'd worked harder, you'd have passed the exam. 4 b, What would she have done if she hadn't had her phone with her? 5 e, If we hadn't visited Fred that day, we wouldn't have met Ronny. 6 f, If you'd worn boots, your feet wouldn't have got wet. 6b 5 500 6 150 5 a, c 14 Sb 3 88 4 20 4 a, c a 4b 66 2 65 3 b, d 13 3a 4 2 a, c 9 A 2c 1 you don't keep 3 you get 24 2 I eat a big lunch 4 You get purple b, d 7 she had arrived 8 had known 10 A 4 do they 5 Whata 1 4 hadn't asked 5 hadn't 6 I had done 1 I'd had 2 had got up 3 hadn't I'd rather you didn't put I'd rather you stayed I wish you wouldn't. I wish Jim would remember I'd rather you didn't I wish you'd stop had started learnt listen give could get get 5 came 6 would rain 9 snow 10 go ne 11 woken up 12 forg otten 'd float 9 wouldn't floated 10 didn't would happen would disappear Answer key 9 Revision 6 Units 18-20 3 1 E 2H 3A 4C SD 2 C 2B 3A 4A SC 3 1 C 3D 4 C 2 B 4 SA 6 A 1 hadn't 3 need 7 2 a 1 c 7 would 4 b 3 a 6 c S b 1 No 3 Yes S Yes 2 Yes 4 No 6 No 2 2 a longer 3 ea sier 4 more relaxed S happier 6 more exciting 1 the smallest 2 the neatest 3 the best 4 the most valuable 5 the cleanest 6 the furthest 6 1 isn't as heavy as 2 aren't as sweet as 3 aren't as dangerous as 4 isn't as hot as 5 aren't as long as 9 1 as good as 2 cheaper than usual 3 the most expensive 10 4 isn't as heavy as 5 heaviest 6 more powerful than the Astro Seeker 14 15 16 1 more confused than 2 isn't as good as 3 's the strongest swimmer 2 b 4 e 3 f 4 w ere as late as S is the most beautiful place 6 isn't as funny as S a 5 more neatly 6 faster 7 the best 8 more easily more carefully more quickly harder worse 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Who can run the fastest? Who can draw a bird the best? Who can swim the furthest? Who can click their fingers the most loudly? Who can pronounce 'crisps' the most clearly? Who can say the English alphabet the most quickly? Who lives (the) furthest from (the) school? False 2 True 3 False 9 better 10 later 11 quickly 12 the furthe st Unit 22 1 1 al b2 2 a2 b1 2 1 a 2 b 10 Answer key 3 a2 bl 4 a1 b2 3 b 4 b 11 5 b 6 a S al b2 7 b 8 b They 're secret business documents. It's a rectangular blue envelope. It's a fantastic new Japanese digital camera . They 're old white running shoes. She's a famous young Swiss computer scientist. 21 squares: a beautiful green plate, a new credit card, a 3 quite 4 very 1 quite 2 very 12 5 very 6 quite 7 quite 8 very Campsite 1: quite nice; not very big; not very good shop; very cheap; quite near. Campsite 2: quite nice; very big; very good shop; not very cheap; quite near. 14 15 1 quite 2 rather 3 rather 4 too 5 quite 6 rather 7 really 8 very 1 awake 7 fascinating 2 interesting 3 famous capital 8 elegant pink 9 grand eighteenth-century 10 fifteen-metre pink 11 very 12 only 4 very 5 an electric 6 very Unit 23 b 2 a 3 b 4 b 5 a 2 1 You should always say 'thank you: 2 I've hardly ever been to hospital. 3 The shop was seldom busy in those days. 4 Always lock the door. 5 He's occasionally late 6 She often forgets my name. 7 I'll never forget you. 8 Don't ever say that again! 3 1 Milly is never ill. 2 .I 3 .I 4 .I 5 False 4 True 5 ashamed 6 alone red paper hat, a wooden chopping board, a nice old guest house, a large square photo, a black swimming costume, an amazing short adventure film 1 6 d 1 2 3 4 18 2 3 4 5 4 as pow erful as 5 the shin iest 6 a s interested in animals as 1 the cheapest 2 more expensive 3 better 11 8 9 beautiful 10 confusing 11 ironed 12 kind fantastic terrible expensive smooth 3 afraid 4 alive 1 alike 2 asleep 3 b 2 better 4 5 9 b 5 6 7 8 uncomfortable 2 amazing 3 disappointing 4 brilliant 7 No 8 Yes Unit 21 1 4 8 went 4 you didn't use S wish we'd 6 wouldn't eat take regular exercise 2 unless you come 3 he'd listened 6 9D 10 D 4 happens S could 6 rains 2 can s 7A 8 A food was amazing 2 doctors and nurses were very kind 3 seat was very uncomfortable 4 hotel was great 5 shirt was ironed 6 questions were confusing 7 shops were very expensive 5 We've often talked about it. 6 He doesn't always walk to school. 4 8 f,h 2 c, d,g 3 b, e, i frequency manner place time never sometimes seldom ever occasionally proudly well by bus quickly happily downsta irs away in prison here every w here late soon y esterday t omorrow early 9 1 sadl\;! 2 well 3 politel\;! 10 lout 2 downstairs 12 4 beautifull\;! 5 fast 6 noisil\;! 7 hard 8 cheerfull\;! 3 later 4 terribl\;! 5 outdoors 6 on foot 7 1 a 2 a 3 b 4 b 5 b 8 1 C 2 B 3 C 4 B 5 A Unit 25 1 runs fast 13 2 3 4 4 She works hard at the weekend. 5 You must clean \;!our teeth carefull\;! at bedtime. 6 Let's talk quieti\;! in the garden for five minutes. 4 Where 7 When 2 How often 5 How 8 How 3 How 6 How often 1 2 5 6 11 4 a 3 b 2 6 e 5 d 12 1 The\;! were so friendl\;!. 2 That's so funn\;!. 3 You did that so carefull\;!. 4 There's such a lot of smoke. 5 Is it such a problem? 6 That's so true. 7 It was such a nice da\;!. 8 That 's such good news. 9 You run so fast! 10 I've got so man\;! ideas! 1 so, d 3 such, i 2 so, h 4 so, b 13 14 7 such, c 8 such, f 4 There were such a lot of people (that) some people had to stand. 5 The fog was so thick (that) we couldn't see an\;!thing. 1 1 such 2 3 6 1 True 2 False 3 C 2 B 4 5 1 2 3 4 reall\;! better slowl\;! older 4 D 5 E 3 False 5 True 4 False 6 False 3 D 4 D 7 7 C 9 D 6 A 8 D 10 D big nicest amazing cold 1 so thin that 2 attractive small green 3 beautifull\;! 3 in 4 in 5 on 6 at 7 on 8 - on 1 in 2 at 3 on 4 in 5 on 6 in 7 on 8 at 7 on 8 in 9 in 10 in 3 in front of 4 in 5 among 6 against 3 blue 4 three 5 one 2 five past 2 across 3 into 4 towards 5 from 6 around 1 from 3 off 2 out of 4 along 5 up 6 into 1 next to 1 green 1 in 5 at 2 along 3 into 6 on 9 around 10 in 11 on 12 on 7 down 8 over 9 indoors 10 clearer 11 interesting 12 awake 4 more quickl\;! 5 not as big 6 here last \;!ear 5 6 7 8 1 so 2 except 3 thanks to 1 like 1 like, d 1 Australia Europe Antarctica deforestation hunting overfishing Even though due to despite because of 13 towards 14 from 9 during 10 b\;! 3 As 4 as 5 As 4 as, h 5 like, a 6 as, e 7 like, f 8 like, c 6 Like 7 winter 8 night 9 weapon 10 propeller 11 the\;!'re 20 12 the\;!'re 50 3 because 4 so 1 due to 2 and 7 False 8 False 5 A 5 6 7 8 8 on 2 3 4 5 6 Revision 7 Units 21-24 2 7 At 6 In 2 as, b 3 as, i 10 so near the beach that 3 H 5 At 2 like 7 such a 8 so badly 9 so happ\;! 4 such a fantastic 5 so beautiful 2 B 12 in 3 In 4 On 4 until 6 so man\;! 2 so 3 so amazing that G 9 at Unit 26 5 such, g 6 sO,a 1 It was such a hot da\;! (that) m\;! ice-cream melted. 1 10 on 11 in 1 In 2 at 4 at 2 The shelf was so high (that) he couldn't reach it 3 The wind blew so hard (that) the fence fell down. 8 7 at 8 in 5 at 6 On 2 inside Unit 24 9 weekend 3 In 4 in In 2 10 7 September 8 second 2 at 6 9 4 summer 5 morning 6 afternoon 4 on 5 in 6 next Frida\;! 3 in 1 Run home quickl\;!. 1 Where in 2 in 2 I'm going out now. 3 Will \;!OU be in this evening? 14 1 10/ten 2 20th 3 the 1st/first of 2 nicel\;! now 3 abroad for ten \;!ears 4 awa\;! quieti\;! at the end of the lesson 5 here \;!esterda\;! 6 awa\;! at the moment 7 here for five minutes 8 there b\;! plane 6 A 13 the\;!'relOO 14 omnivores 15 meat 16 carnivores 5 like 6 Thanks to Unit 27 1 1 A 2 P 3 A 4 P 5 P 7 P 6 A 8 A 2 are checked 2 is sorted 3 are loaded 4 is unloaded 4 1 is broken 2 are picked 3 aren't cleaned 4 'm not expected 7 isn't kept 5 's given 8 are seen 6 're needed 5 is collected Answer key 11 5 1 are taken 6 8 9 are 2 are 3 Is 12 7 was kept 6 8 were taken 1 were asked 6 was hidden 8 were definitely posted 9 wasn't delivered Student A's answers: 1 are made 3 2 arrested 4 Student B's answers: 3 1 make 2 was arrested 4 8 9 were served catch 5 was opened served is caught 5 opened drivers. 3 The delivery is unpacked by shop workers. 4 The clothes are bought by customers. 5 The clothes are worn by customers. 4 5 17 1 a 2 a 2 5 a 6 c 3 b 4 b 1 c 2 e 3 a 4 d '11 be interviewed, d 4 '11 be cut, ~ 5 '11 be ironed, a 6 '11 be read, e 4 12 The rock/big stone (picture 7) 7 a 9 c 8 b 10 b 1 by 2 with 1 will open 2 will be finished 3 be disturbed Answer key 3 with 4 with 1 e 4 will work 5 will be remembered 6 '11 be told 3 b 2 b Order: c, f, b, e, a, d 4 c 5 f 1 I have to have them tested. 2 I had it bandaged by a nurse. 3 I'm having it repaired tomorrow. 4 I'd had it cut and styled in a new way. 5 I hadn't had them measured for ages. 8 1 're having the windows cleaned did you last have your hair cut never had our photo taken might have her name printed like having your hair washed is having a pizza delivered 2 3 4 5 6 Revision 8 Units 25-29 B 3 4 2 C 3 A 7 False 9 False 5 False 6 True 8 False 10 True C 3 A 2 B 4 D 5 B 6 B 7 A 8 D A 2 C government 2 Director 3 see 3 B 9 A 10 D 4 is having a 5 might be used 6 will be given is visited 2 were established 3 their weddings filmed 6 7 5 C 4 A 3 True 4 True 1 True 2 False 5 by 6 by 2 a 4 6 5 b 7 '11 be worn again, a 8 '11 be photographed, d 9 '11 be returned, e 10 '11 be peeled, b 11 '11 be thrown, c 12 '11 be made, ~ 4 might get stung 5 might get infected 6 might get struck Unit 29 1 2 2 '11 be borrowed, e 3 '11 be put, c 3 12 8 built 9 invented by 10 Where was Unit 28 1 1 might get bitten 2 might get damaged 3 might get burnt 6 coffee produced 7 usually seen first played mostly made When were Where is oranges grown They might be fried. They might be scrambled. They might be painted and used as decorations. It m ight get burnt. It might get recycled. It might get used to clean the floor. 10 1 Umbrellas are used by people all around the world. The basic umbrella was invented over 4000 years ago. Umbrellas are seen in ancient art from Greece, Egypt, Assyria and China. The first umbrellas were designed for protection from the sun. Umbrellas weren't used in Europe until the 18th century. About 80,000 umbrellas are left on the London Underground every year. 2 3 2 3 4 5 6 5 get 6 not 3 met 4 taken 1 used 2 asked The new line of clothes is made by factory workers. 16 1 You will be contacted by us again in the autumn. years. 4 The new sports centre will probably be used by local people. 5 The houses probably won't be built with environmentallyfriendly materials. 10 didn't exist 1 were DVDs invented 2 were violins first made 3 was the first newspaper printed 4 was football first played 5 was ice-cream first eaten 6 was coffee first drunk They'll definitely be given a prize. It'll probably be kept here for 24 hours. I'll definitely be invited. It probably won't be finished today. You definitely won't be asked again . They probably won't be needed. 2 This information definitely won't be kept on our computer. 3 The new road probably won't be built in the next five 7 weren't made 2 The finished clothes are transported to the shops by lorry 14 2 3 4 5 6 9 loved 10 was offered 2 was first built 3 weren't stopped 4 wasn't told 13 5 4 is 5 took 6 were sold 1 belonged 2 was 3 did he take 4 was often sent 5 arrived 10 5 is melted 6 is made 3 are washed 4 is crushed 2 are sorted 4 A 4 photo 5 shown 6 might 5 B 6 C 7 clothes 8 screen 11 B 12 B Unit 30 ..... . . . .... . .... . ....... . ...... . ...... . .......... . .. .. .. . . .. . . . .. . ........ . 1 2 3 4 5 3 g 2 c 1 look it up 2 thrown it away b go 2 d 4 e 5 d 3 woke up 4 filled in 3 c 5 grew up 6 Lookout 4 e 3 give 2 put 6 a 5 a 4 get 1 taken 2 get 3 goes 4 taken 5 give 6 put 7 Get 8 went 9 gave 10 going 6 1 with 2 on 3 on 4 away 5 up 6 on 7 out 8 off 9 back 10 up 7 2 c 3 d 9 1 2 3 4 4 j 5 b 6 e 7 a 8 h 9 i 10 5 6 7 8 fill in take them off take away put it out wake up give it back grow up going on Revision 9 All units ...... . .. . .... . .. . .. . . .. ... . . . ................ . . . .... 1 c 2 1 True 2 True 3 False 3 1 D 2 B 4 1 was invented by 2 as well as 3 such 6 7 1 c 2 B 3 C 4 False 5 False 6 False 3 A 4 C 2 a instructors 2 three 3 six/6 4 everything 5 A 7 True 8 False 9 True 5 A 6 C 3 b .. . . . ... . . . . . .. . .. . ... . . , . . , 4 B 7 B 8 D 10 True 9 C 10 D 11 A 12 D 4 too dark 5 you didn't hit 6 taken 4 a 5 a 5 6 7 8 must professional checked modernization Answer key 13 Audioscript 2 Quantifiers ............... .... ..... ............. .. ... .. ...... .... .. .... ... .. ..... ..... ...... 1 Countable and uncountable nouns; articles ....... ........ .... ... , ...... ..... ............... , ... . . . . . .. . .. , ........ ........ . 0 1.1 ~ 1 2 3 4 S 6 7 8 There were ten mice. Could I have two boxes of matches? It's good news! We won! His feet were very dirty. Th e rings are made of gold. Kindness is important. Six vanilla ice-creams, please. You can read a newspaper while I get the drinks. I'd like a bedroom with more space. It's very small. 1.2 1 She had the tickets. 2 We saw the elephants. 3 I washed the uniform. 4 He's selling the MP3 players. 1.3 ~ 1 2 3 4 S 6 7 I found a ring . I can see the plane. He made chairs. We've got some ideas. Those are the eggs. Open a window. It's the university. It was the hour before bedtime. 0 1.4 ~ 2 3 4 S 6 A: B: A: A: B: A: B: A: A: B: A: B: A: A: B: A: B: A: A: B: A: I bought some magazines for you . Thanks. Where are they? In the living room. Can I have a piece of toast with some butter, please? Yes, of course. Is there any jam? No, I'm afraid not. Do yo u want an apple? No, than ks. What's that? Is it a pen? No, it's the torch I told you about. I can see some butterflies. Where? Over there, by the trees. Did you have a swimming lesson today? No, because there was a problem with the water. We need some sugar for this dessert. Do we need a lot? No, just a spoonful of brown sugar. Look, I got some new plates. Do you like the design? Yes. I like the little blue flowers in the middle. Me too. Unfortunately there weren't any cups or bowls in the same style. 0 1.5 A: Wow, look at the colours in this picture! B: Amazing! I love red! And there are so many different kinds of red there. A: Where is it? B: I think it's in Africa, North Africa . Let me see .. . ah yes, it's in Morocco. A: What is that stuff? Is it paint? B: It's dye. A: Sorry? B: Dye - d-y-e: for changing the colour of things. Look, there are some animal skins hanging on the wall. The men are going to dye them to make coloured leather, for making bags and shoes. A: Oh, of course. My mum's got a bag that kind of colour. 14 Audioscript 0 2.1 A: How was your concert, Jason? Did many people come? B: No. Lots of people asked about tickets, but on the night very few people came. It was disappointing . A: What a shame. You spent a lot of time practising, didn't you? B: Yes, but we had no time to practise with Leo, our new violinist. On the positive side, Leo was fantastic. He hasn't played in public many times, but he was brilliant! A couple of people from the local newspaper wanted to talk to him afterwards. A: Great! A little publicity would be a good thing, you know. 0 2.2 Speaker 1 There weren't enough people of my age and there were too many rainy days. Speaker 2 There isn't enough chocolate sauce. Speaker 3 It's got enough room for all my books. Speaker4 There wasn't much room and I couldn't see anything because there were too many clouds. SpeakerS There was too much talking and not enough action! Speaker6 It was busy, but there weren't too many people - just enough to create a good atmosphere. 0 2.3 ~ 1 2 3 4 S 6 There are too many programs on this computer. Have you got enough rice, or would you like some more? There isn't enough sugar to make a cake. He's got too much spare time! Is there enough hot water for me to have a bath? We don't need any more paper. We've got enough. Don't eat any more biscuits. You've already had too many. 0 2.4 A: I wonder if we've got the same answers, Frank? Question 1 - how many friends do you need? 50? I know you're very sociable! B: Well, 50 is too many, I think, but I need a lot offriends because I like doing different things with different people. Fifteen is a good number, I think. A: My answer's different. I only need a couple of good friends. And that includes you, of course! B: Ha, good! What about Question 2 - sleep? How much sleep do you need, Alison? A: About six or seven hours sleep a night. B: That isn't enough for me! I need a lot of sleep, about eight hours. I sometimes sleep for nine or ten hours at the weekend. A: Ten hours! That's too much! B: Well, I need it. Question 3 - time alone, but not asleep. That's not important to me. I don't need much of that. A: Oh, I need a lot - about two hours a day. I get tired if I'm with people all the time. Finally, chocolate! B: You might find it hard to believe, but I actually don't like chocolate. I don't eat any. A: Really? B: Yes. Why - did you choose 'Too much! I must try to stop!'? A: No, I don't eat too much chocolate, but I do eat a bit every day. B: So, none of our answers was the same! A: No, not one! 3 Pronouns ..... ..... ............... .... .... ... ... ..... . ...... . ... .. .. . ......... . ... ... .... .. . 0 3.1 a She's enjoying herself. b I've hurt myself. c We filmed ourselves. d Did you make that yourself? e They invented it themselves. f The book itself is good but I didn't like the film . 9 I spoke to the manager himself. 0 3.2 ~ Did you enjoy yourself? 1 Help yourself to a cake. 2 He was by himself. 3 Make yourselves at home! 4 Are they behaving themselves? 0 3.3 ~ Nowhere's open. 1 I can see someone. 2 Someone's up there! 3 He said something funny. 4 He said something wrong. S There's nothing on the bed. 6 There's nothing under the bed. 7 Did you catch anything? 8 Did you get anything? 0 3.4 Conversation 1 A: I think we're lost. B: We'll have to ask someone for directions. A: Yes, but I can't see anyone. Can you? I can only see trees and fields - nothing else. B: I'm getting tired. Let's find somewhere to stop for a bit. A: Good idea. Can you see anywhere good? B: No, not really. Conversation 2 A: It's your turn. B: OK. I'm thinking of something that begins with zed. A: Zoo? B: No. A: Zebra? B: No. A: Actually, it's somewhere, not something. B: Zambia? A: No. B: Zanzibar? A: No. B: I give up! I can't think of anywhere else beginning with zed. A: It was Zim Conversation 3 A: Do we need anything else? B: Hmm .. no, I think we've got everything on the list. A: Let's go and pay, then. B: Oh! I've just thought of something. A: What? B: We need to get something for breakfast. A: OK. Conversation 4 A: Look at you here! B: Oh yes, that was in 1986. I was somewhere in India. It was really hot. A: Who's this? B: That's Linda. Someone I met on holiday in Canada. A: And who are these people? B: That's Theo . .. but I don't know who anyone else is. We were on a boat somewhere in Egypt. A: You've been everywhere! B: Not everywhere, no. Lots of places, yes, but everywhere, no! Revision 1 .. . .. . .. .. ... ........... ..... ...... . . .... .. .. .... .... , .. .. . . . ...... , ... . O R1.1 I'd like to tell you about the Art Day which is coming up on the tenth of June. It's a day for families, so everyone's welcome and that means children, too, of course. This is a day for people of all levels of experience. Our teachers will guide the beginners; more experienced artists can work in groups or by themselves. You don't need to bring any materials with you. We'll provide everything that you need. There will be enough paint, brushes, paper and card and modelling clay for everyone, as well as some new inks in an exciting range of colours. The price of the day is just five pounds per person to cover the cost of the materials. We suggest that you bring an apron to protect your clothes, or even better, that you wear some old clothes. You don't want to get even a drop of ink on something special as these new inks that we will be showing you are permanent and impossible to wash out. We also suggest that you bring a couple of bags or boxes to take your work home in. We look forward to seeing you on the 10th June. Come along and enjoy yourselves! R1.2 A: You look different Toby. Have you done something to your hair? B: Well, yes, kind of. A: Whot do you mean? B: Angie cut it for me. A: Oh, right ... B: What do you think? Is it OK? A: I'm not sure ... It's not very smart. B: No? Oh, dear. I need to look smart. I'm going to stay with my mum's family in France tomorrow. They live somewhere near Paris, in a small town, Senville or something - I can't remember exactly. It's on the river Nonette, I do remember that. A: I've never heard of it. So, is all your family going? B: No, I'm flying to Paris by myself, and my aunt's going to meet me at the airport. A: Is your aunt French? B: Yes, she is and she doesn't speak much English, so I'll be practising my French for the next few days! A: Wow, what a brilliant opportunity! Nobody in my family speaks French and I certainly don't know any French people. B: I know, I'm very lucky ... But what about my hair? What do you think I should do? A: You could go to the hairdresser's and pay for a proper cut. B: Hmm ... No, I haven't got any money with me now, well, only a little bit, and there won't be enough time for an appointment in the morning. A: Why don't I try and do something to make it look better? B: I guess that would be better than doing nothing ... Audioscript 15 4 . .Revision of tenses .. . . . .. . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . ......... . 0 4.1 ~ The sun's shining. Sidney's eating an apple. Mandy's wearing a blue shirt and skirt. Suzy's reading a newspaper. Fred's wearing a white T-shirt. Gemma's watching TV. Amy's listening to music. Amy and Dave are wearing sunglasses. Amy and Linda are drinking water. Fred's running. Dave's standing on the steps. Dave's playing the piano. ~ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 4.2 A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: Did you have a good weekend? Yes, thanks. Did you do anything special? No, not really. But I had a long list of things I wanted to do, and I did most of them. Like what? Well, I did all my homework. Right. Did you speak to Tanya about the History test? No, I didn't, but I can talk to her tomorrow. What else did I do? I went swimming. I swam about 60 lengths of the pool. That's good. Yes, I was pleased with that. So, what else was on your list of things to do? Well, I wanted to buy a present for Cathy, so I went to the shops. I spent a long time looking at things, but I didn't find anything, unfortunately. Anyway, I bought some postcards for my school project and I got some DVDs from the library. Sounds busy! Did you finish your book? No, I didn't. I read a bit but I didn't have much time because Anna phoned and we arranged to play tennis on both days. That doesn't sound very relaxing! No, that's true. It wasn't a relaxing weekend - but it was good fun . How about you? What did you do? The present 5 ........... ................... .. 0 5.1 ~ A: Hello, Hanford Theatre. Can I help you? B: Yes, I'm coming to the show'Up and Up'this evening . What time does it finish? A: At half past eight. Conversation 1 A: Where are your glasses? B: What do you mean? A: You usually wear glasses. B: Yes, but I don't always wear glasses. I wear them for reading, that's all. A: But you're reading a magazine now! B: I'm only looking at the pictures at the moment. Conversation 2 A: What are you doing this afternoon, Tim? B: I'm meeting my friend George. We play chess every Monday. A: Really? I still don't understand the rules of chess! Conversation 3 A: Here's an interesting fact for you. A fish never closes its eyes. B: Really? A: No. It has a clear covering over its eyes. It doesn't have eyelids like other animals. B: Amazing! 16 Audioscript Conversation 4 A: Have you got any plans for this evening, Claire? B: Yes, I'm playing tennis with a friend. A: How often do you play? B: Once or twice a week. 0 5.2 ~ 2 3 4 5 It has borders with Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile, Brazil and Bolivia. It weighs about 150 grams. It contains Vitamin C. It doesn't taste sweet. You see them in fields. They need oxygen, soil and water. They smell nice. It tastes nice as a drink. You need hot water to make it. It comes from Africa, Asia and China. We remember some of it and we forget some of it. We see pictures of it in photos and we hear stories about it. It doesn't weigh anything. It doesn't cost anything. It matters a lot to most people. People feel good with it, and it's the same in every country. 0 5.3 A B A B A B A B A B What are you doing? I'm watching that man over there. Oh yes! What's he doing? I don't know. Is he digging? Yes, and now he's jumping up and down! Shall we go and talk to him? That depends. Does he look happy? Yes, I think so. Wait a minute .. . He's coming this way ... He wants to talk to us ... He's holding a box in his hand ... A I hope it contains treasure! 6 The past . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .......... . . . .... . . ..... . . .. .. . .. . . . . ". 0 6.1 Conversation 1 A: Oh no! B: What's the matter? A: I've just broken my mobile phone! Conversation 2 A: I've never been ice-skating. Have you? B: I went a lot when I was a kid. Why? A: Erm ... Libby and Paul have just asked me to go ice-skating with them. Conversation 3 A: Have you heard about Elizabeth? B: No, what? A: She's passed her swimming test. B: Oh, that's good news! Conversation 4 A: Hey! B: What's up? A: Someone's just eaten my sandwich! B: Oh sorry ... that was me. 0 6.2 Interviewer: Oscar: Have you ever been to hospital in a different country? Yes, I have. It happened two years ago. I was on holiday in Germany. I had gone there with my school for a week. I was skiing down a hill with my friends when I crashed and broke my arm. It hurt a lot! My teachers took me to hospital. The doctors asked me lots of questions and looked at my arm. Then they x-rayed it and put it in plaster. Afterwards I was in a lot of pain, but I was happy that I hadn't broken my other arm, and I was pleased that I'd understood the doctors when they spoke to me! My arm's been fine since then, and I still want to go skiing again . In fact I'm making plans for another skiing holiday next year. She's been painting her bedroom . They 've been waiting for ages! He's been sleeping. It's been going since five o'clock this morning! 0 6.4 I'm Emily Banning. I'm 79 years old. I used to go to a big school in the town centre. I can remember it clearly. It was very different to your school today. We didn't use to have a school uniform but we all wore smart clothes. All the boys used to wear ties. The classes at my school were big . There used to be more than 35 pupils in my class. We didn't use to sit at big tables. At your school you sit with your friends, but for us it was one table fo r on e child. Our classroom was very simple. There didn't use to be a lot of pictures on the walls and we certainly didn't use to have computers in the classroom or in th e school. 0 6.5 ~ 1 2 3 4 5 He didn't use to like sport. I didn't use to have any breakfast. She's not used to working in public. They didn't use to have a car. I'll get used to speaking English. Did you use to play in the street when you were a child? 7 The future 0 7.1 Conversation 1 A: Are you going to wash your hands before you start cooking? B: Oh, yes, of course! I forgot! Conversation 2 A: I'll bring you some magazines when you're in hospital. B: Thanks. That'd be nice. Conversation 3 A: I'd like to have some pictures of the race. B: less is going to watch the race, and I think she's going to take some photos when we pass her. A: Oh, good. 0 7.2 Rosy: Lucy: Rosy: Lucy: Rosy: Lucy: Rosy : Lucy: Rosy: He won't have eaten . I'll have paid for it by then . It'll have finished by Friday. They won't have met her before the party. 0 7.4 ~ 0 6.3 1 2 3 4 0 7.3 Shall we arrange a time to talk about the project together? OK. What are you doing on Monday afternoon? I'm visiting my cousins. Are you free on Tuesday morning? I've got an appointment with the dentist at half past ten . What about Tuesday afternoon? I'm busy in the afternoon, I'm afraid. Shall we meet before I go to the dentist? You can come to my house. OK. I 'll come to your house at about nine o'clock. Are you going to ask Alice too? Yes, I'll phone her now. A: Will you still be at school at five o'clock, Tim ? B: No, I'll have left by then . I usu ally leave at about ha lf past four. A: Can I phone you at si x o'clock, le ss? B: I think we'll be eating dinner at si x. Could you phone a bit later? A: Of course. 2 A: Is it a very long journey ? B: It'll take about si x hours but we'll be stoppin g four tim es on the way. 3 A: How are you getting on, Ryan? B: I'm afraid I won't have finished painting the wa ll by th e end of the day. 4 A: Anna's going to New York next week. B: Really? She'll have vi sited New York three times ! She's already been th ere t wice. 5 A: Are you all re ady for to morrow, Max? B: Yes, th anks. l ust th ink! At ten o'clock tomorrow I'll be flying to Chin a! I'll be reading a book or maybe I'll be watching a film! Revision 2 .................................................................................... O R2.1 ~ Which is Ronny now? A: Why does Ronny look different now? I can't work it out .. . B: It's the beard. He didn't use to have a beard. A: Oh , yes, that's it! I like it. It suits him. And did he use to have long hair? Has he changed that too? B: No, he's never had long hair. It's always been short. A: Oh, right. 1 How's the man feeling? A: Are you OK? B: I don't know .. .I'm just not used to speaking in front of lot s of people. I haven't done it for ages. A: You'll be fine! You'll enjoy it. 2 What's the woman describing ? It weighs about one kilo. It's got diamonds and other preci ous stones on it. It belongs to a king or queen. 3 What did Amy see when she arrived home? A: .. . and then when I got home I had a surprise. B: What? A: My friends had left a bunch of flowers for me on the doorstep. B: That was kind of them, Amy. A: I know. They'd heard about my leg and they'd brought me some flowers while I was still at the hospital. And w hen we went into the house the phone was ringing and it was two of my friends. They 'd phoned to see how I wa s, so .. . Audioscript 17 4 Where is the plane at the moment? Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. This is your captain speaking. I hope you're having a pleasant flight. At the moment we're flying at a height of 9,500 metres. We've just flown over Haarlem and we will soon be flying over Amsterdam. The air temperature outside is ... S Where's Tim now? A: Hi Tim. Are you OK? B: Yes, I'm fine! I've been playing table tennis with Andy. A: Where? B: We were playing in the Games Room but then we moved the table out into the garden. I've just come to get some water! A: Are you going to stay here and have some lunch now? B: No, as soon as I finish this I'm going to go out and play again . 6 Which suitcases are Max's? A: Max! Are you ready? B: No, not yet! I'm still choosing which books to take. A: Well, we're leaving in twenty-five minutes! B: I've packed one suitcase ... A: That's good! B: But I haven't closed it yet. It's very fulL .. A: Oh Max! B: It's OK, I'll be ready, don't worry. O R2.2 Hello. My name's Theo Martin, and I'm going to talk to you today about three of my paintings that are here at the Skylight Gallery. They're here for six weeks, then they'll be going to a permanent collection in a gallery in Tokyo, Japan. I don't usually speak in public, but the owners of the Skylight Gallery have asked me two or three times to give a short presentation, so here I am today. And it will be a short presentation, I promise you! I have no intention of talking to you for hours and hours about my paintings! I'll start with this painting, 'Forest Green (One),. I painted it about two years ago from memory. When I was a boy I used to love a place called Dean Forest. I hadn't thought about Dean Forest for years. Then, one day a few years ago, I was walking in a wood in Canada and vivid memories of Dean Forest suddenly came back to me. 'As soon as I get back to my studio I'm going to paint Dean Forest; I thought. And that's exactly what I did. I didn't use photos. I just painted my memories onto the paper. I've painted about fifteen other paintings of Dean Forest, but this one is my favourite. This next painting is called 'Girl: It's a painting of my daughter Libby. I did it about 20 years ago, when Libby was six years old. She was sleeping on the sofa and I decided to paint her. Ten minutes later she woke up, got off the sofa and left the room. The moment had gone! But I finished the painting in the studio. I'd taken lots of photos of Libby, so I had pictures that I could work from. Finally, I'll say a few words about this picture, 'Dots and Lines: I painted this w hen I was at Art School more than 30 years ago. It stayed in a cupboard for many years, but recently it's become one of my most famous pieces of work. When it's in the gallery in Tokyo it will have been in galleries in eighteen different countries. I'll tell you some facts about 'Dots and Lines'. It weighs 76kg. It has 50,000 red dots on it and 100,000 black lines. And I'll tell you a secret, too - I hate it! But other people like it, it seems. I don't understand why, but the painting has a life of its own now, I suppose - and it doesn't need me any more! 18 Audioscript 8 The -ing form and the infinitive ····.)'a:'··· ················............. ................... . ~ Someone kicking a ball against a wall, over and over again. , Someone having a shower. 2 Someone cooking . 3 Someone singing . 4 Someone playing the guitar. S Someone running on a path . 6 Someone riding a horse. 0 8.2 Paul I like taking photos, swimming and cooking. What am I not very good at? Hmmm ... I'm not very good at playing chess or .. . let me see ... I'm not very good at singing. I don't like skipping or running - they need too much energy! I spend a lot oftime reading and surfing the internet. I've never tried cycling and I don't think I ever will. I don't really fancy it. I've also never tried skiing but that's something that I'd like to try doing one day. 0 8.3 ~ , 2 3 4 S 6 Someone dropping a plate. A window being smashed. A photo being taken. A ball being caught. An umbrella being opened. A door being closed. Someone saying 'Yes: speech 9 Reported . ... . . . . . . .. 0 9.1 ~ , 2 3 4 S 6 He told me the ladder had broken . She said she would phone me that evening. He said he was busy. She told me she'd buy it the following year. They said they were going to stay there. She said it had happened the day before. He told me he couldn't see anything with those glasses. 0 9.2 ~ , 2 3 4 S 6 A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I liked the film. I didn't like the film . I'm feeling hungry. I'm feeling tired. I'll make a drink. I'll make some sandwiches. I can see everything . I can't see anything. I'm enjoying myself. I'm enjoying myself. I've been to New York. I've never been to the USA. 0 9.3 A: Good morning, Manor Ice Rink. Can I help you? B: Hello, yes, I'd like some information about your ice rink, please. A: Ah, yes, of course. We have a very nice rink here. It's very big and the staff are always around to help. B: I'm thinking of coming tomorrow morning. Will it be busy? A: What's tomorrow? Thursday. No, it won 't be busy tomorrow. B: How much does it cost? A: It costs £9.00 and for that price you can stay on the ice for three hours, if you want. B: That's great. Thank you - I'll see you tomorrow. 0 9.4 ~ 2 3 4 S 6 She asked me about my television viewing habits. She asked me how often I watch TV and she asked me where I watch TV. He asked me if I lived in a house or a flat and then ... I can't remember .. . oh yes, he asked me how long I had lived there. He asked me if I liked swimming and I said I did, and then he asked me whether I'd ever swum in a river and I said that no, I hadn't, but that I'd like to one day! She asked me what I was planning to do next weekend, which was easy to answer, but then she asked me what I would be doing twenty years from now! I said I had no idea! He asked me whether I could play a musical instrument and if I had ever been to a live concert. I asked him what live meant and he explained that it meant not recorded but actually happening. I said I'd never been to a live concert. She asked me about food and cooking. She asked me whether I ever cooked for my family and who I usually eat the main meal of the day with. She asked me what I wore last weekend, and we talked about that for a bit, and then she asked me how many pairs of jeans I had. 10 Reporting verbs + object +the infinitive S A: Please can you show me the photo, Milly? B: No! A: Please, please, please! B: Oh, OK then! 6 A: Sa m, do you want to come fishing with me and my friends sometime? B: Yeah, thanks. I'd like that. 0 10.4 ~ He advised me to eat red meat every day. 1 He didn't allow us to use the computer. 2 She warned us not to go near it. 3 He instructed us to stand in two lines. 4 She allowed them to go on the grass. S She asked him to open it. 6 He wanted them to explain what had happened. 11 Sentences with it 0 11.1 1 A: Is it far to the sports centre? B: Do you want to walk there? A: No, I've got my bike. B: Oh, it'll only take you about ten minutes. It takes me thirty-five minutes to walk there. 2 B: It's lovely. There are a few clouds in the sky but it's very warm . 0 10.1 ~ 2 3 4 S 6 A: Sounds good. B: Yes, it's perfect! My friend often asks me to wait for him. 1 The teacher told us to close our books. I'm going to ask him to stay. Claire always asks me to carry the bags. The receptionist has already asked you not to eat here. George told me not to phone him. She isn't telling them to write about it. 3 A: What's the time now ? Is it tim e t o go yet ? B: No, it 's only quarter to four. A: Who's that? B: I think it must be Jamie. 4 A: Could you close the window, Sam? B: Sure. 1 Jump, Max! Jump! 2 Don't worry about it, Kate. 3 A: Sally, listen! B: What? I can't hear anything. 4 A: William? B: Yes. A: Could you read the letter again? B: Yes, of course. S A: Can you not look, Mary? B: Why not? A: It's going to be a surprise! 6 A: Can you get the milk, please, Suzy? B: OK, just a minute. 0 10.3 ~ Come on, Bella! Run! Faster! You can do it! You're doing really well! Don't stop! A: I don't think you should wear that blue jacket, Suzy. B: Really? Do you think so? A: Yeah, I just don't think it looks right. I think you should wear something else. B: OK. 2 A: Don't forget to take your medicine. B: Oh, yes - thank you. I'd forgotten. A: I thought you might have. 3 Give the letter to me, now. Give me the letter. 4 A: You must not go into my office. Do you understand? B: Yes, Mum. A: Under no circumstances, OK? B: OK. I won't. A: I hope the journey isn't going to be too lon g. B: Well, according to this it's going to take us about t wo and half hours to get there. 0 10.2 ~ A: What's the weather like w ith you, Tom? A: That's OK. The train takes about six hours. It's crazy ! B: That is crazy! It's only about 220 kilometres from here. S Good morning. It's wonderful to see so many people here today. Thank you all for coming. It's a great honour to be able to talk to you about some of our work at the 'Star for the Day' project. Later we have a very special guest joining us - it's the very popular TV presenter, Ernie Webber! 6 A: Excuse me, where's Barrow Street? B: It's about 100 metres down this road, on the left. A: Thanks. I'm looking for the Smart Centre. B: Oh, it's easy to find that. It's a tall yellow building. A: OK, thank you. 0 11.2 Hi, it's Cathy here. I'm in the car with Dad. It's raining really heavily and there's a lot of traffic. It's moving very slowly. It's fifteen miles to Oxford from here. Dad thinks it's going to take us at least half an hour to get to you, but it's difficult to say really, because the traffic's so bad. I'm sorry we're going to be late but there's nothing we can do about it. I'll call again in a while. Bye for now. 12 Verbs with two objects . . .. .. . . .. .. ... . . . .. . , . .. .. .. . . . . . . . .. , . ... . .. . . . .. .. ... . . .. .. .. .. . . . ... . . . . .. 0 12.1 ~ 1 2 3 4 S She sent Leo a letter. She sent Polly a parcel. She sent Emily an email. She sent Peter a postcard. She sent Tom a text message. She sent Sidney a smoke signal. Audioscript 19
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