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ISBN 978-0-521-14075-1
Fourth Edition
(With Removable Key)
This book for upper-intermediate students provides extensive
guidance and practice in ve crucial areas:
Grammar.
Phrasal verbs.
Vocabulary.
Word study.
Writing.
It can be used to supplement any upper-intermediate coursebook
and is suitable for students preparing for the Cambridge FCE or
IGCSE in English as a Second Language examinations.
Key features include:
77 user-friendly units and eight tests.
Wide variety of challenging exercises.
Regular recycling of grammar and vocabulary.
Model compositions for writing tasks.
Practice in all task types for FCE Papers 2 and 3.
Recommended by Cambridge International Examinations
for IGCSE English as a Second Language preparation.
Ideal material for classroom use or self-study.
Removable answer key.
Clare West has taught in the UK and overseas for many years and
is an established author.
Clare West
Recycling Your English, with removable Key 978-0-521-14075-1
Recycling Elementary English 978-0-521-14078-2
Recycling Elementary English, with Key 978-0-521-14079-9
Recycling Intermediate English, with removable Key 978-0-521-14076-8
Recycling Advanced English, with removable Key 978-0-521-14073-7
Recycling
Your
English
Recycling Your English
Clare West
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Fourth
Edition
With Removable Key
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION 6
SECTION 1 GRAMMAR
1 Present simple and present continuous 8
2 Past simple and present perfect 10
3 Past simple and past continuous 12
4 Past simple and past perfect 13
5 RECYCLING 14
6 Conditionals 16
7 Passives 18
8 Supposition 20
9 Question tags 21
10 RECYCLING 22
11 Reported speech 24
12 I wish and If only 26
13 The future 28
14 Future continuous and future perfect 29
15 RECYCLING 30
16 Prepositions 32
17 Comparatives and superlatives 34
18 Have something done 36
19 Definite and indefinite articles 37
20 RECYCLING 38
21 Difficult verbs 40
22 Relative pronouns 42
23 Quantifiers 44
24 Gerund and infinitive 46
25 RECYCLING 48
26 Linking words 50
27 Modal verbs 52
28 Adjectives 54
29 Adverbs 55
30 RECYCLING 56
SECTION 2 PHRASAL VERBS
31 Phrasal verbs with look 58
32 Phrasal verbs with take 59
33 Phrasal verbs with put 60
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34 Phrasal verbs with bring 61
35 Phrasal verbs with set, stand and run 62
36 RECYCLING 63
37 Phrasal verbs with come 65
38 Phrasal verbs with go 66
39 Phrasal verbs with get 67
40 Phrasal verbs with turn 68
41 Phrasal verbs with see, give and break 69
42 RECYCLING 70
SECTION 3 VOCABULARY
43 Computers and the internet 72
44 Sport 74
45 Books and reading 75
46 Work 76
47 Education 77
48 RECYCLING 78
49 The environment 80
50 Crime and punishment 81
51 Health and fitness 82
52 Travel and holidays 83
53 Science and technology 84
54 RECYCLING 85
55 Food and drink 87
56 People and lifestyles 88
57 Relationships 89
58 Entertainment and the media 90
59 Money and shopping 91
60 RECYCLING 92
SECTION 4 WORD STUDY
61 Word building 94
62 Headline language 96
63 Idioms 98
64 Collocations 100
65 Colloquial language 102
66 RECYCLING 104
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SECTION 5 WRITING
67 Informal letters and emails 106
68 Formal letters 108
69 Replying to emails and letters 110
70 Articles 114
71 Reports 116
72 Reviews 118
73 Short stories 120
74 Essays 122
75 Set texts 124
76 Spelling 126
77 Editing and checking 128
TESTS
Test 1 130
Test 2 132
Test 3 134
Test 4 136
Test 5 138
Test 6 140
Test 7 142
Test 8 144
IRREGULAR VERBS 146
KEY (removable) 147
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UNIT 1
1 He always _________ chocolate after lunch. (eat)
2 I cant come. I _________ my mother. (help)
3 They _________ hard enough at present. (not / study)
4 They often _________ coffee in the evenings. (drink)
5 Clara occasionally _________ to the theatre. (go)
6 Yukiko _________ a bath now. (have)
7 We _________ a cake at the moment. (make)
8 I never _________ cigarettes. (smoke)
9 She _________ her hair twice a week. (wash)
10 Lisa _________ her sisters car today. (drive)
11 The Amazon _________ into the Atlantic. (flow)
12 Many birds _________ south for the winter. (fly)
1 You / speak / Greek? ____________________________________________
2 Bill / know / Mr Jameson? _______________________________________
3 We / not live / in a large house. __________________________________
4 Alexander / not go / to the beach very often. ______________________
5 I / have to / attend the ceremony? ________________________________
6 Jane / watch / television at the moment? __________________________
7 Costas / not work / in a bank. ___________________________________
8 The children / not listen / to their mother now. ____________________
9 Theo / live / in New York? ________________________________________
10 William / study / at the moment?__________________________________
11 Where / you / usually spend / your holidays? _______________________
12 I / not earn much money at present. ______________________________
A Complete the sentences,
using the present simple
or the present continuous.
B Write full sentences using
the information given.
EXAMPLE: You / enjoy / the
party? Are you enjoying
the party?
Present simple and present continuous
The present simple is used to talk about
a actions done regularly or frequently, often with adverbs like never, seldom,
occasionally, sometimes, often, usually and always:
|av|d u:ua||y p|ay: |oo|ba|| on 5a|urday. Wha| do you do |n |he even|n:?
b facts that are always or usually true:
||ephan|: don| ea| mea|. 5he come: |rom Ca|ro.
The present continuous is used to talk about things that are happening now, at the
moment of speaking, often with adverbs like now, at the moment, at present,
today, this week, etc:
||ena |: wr|||n a |e||er a| |he momen|. 5he: wr|||n |o |ar|a.
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C Complete the sentences,
using the correct present
tense of the verbs in
brackets.
D Complete the sentences,
using the correct present
tense of the verbs in
brackets.
1 A famous actress _________ in a play at the local theatre. (appear)
2 Im sure she _________ tea to coffee. (prefer)
3 His story _________ to be true. (appear)
4 George _________ of visiting Turkey this summer. (think)
5 Rupert says the book _________ to him. (belong)
6 The director _________ that would be a mistake. (believe)
7 Louisa _________ having supper late. (hate)
8 This pasta _________ simply delicious. (taste)
9 There _________ to be something wrong with the photocopier. (seem)
10 Now I _________ what the teacher _________ . (understand, mean)
11 Youd better not drink that milk. It _________ bad. (smell)
12 Frank _________ me a lot of money! (owe)
1 He usually _________ very hard, but he _________ at all today because
its a holiday. (work, not / work)
2 Look! That man _________ out of the bank! And he _________ a large
bag full of money! (run, carry)
3 I dont mind babysitting for you. Your baby never _________. (cry)
4 Every time he _________ a photo, his hand _________, and his photos
never _________ good. (take, shake, look)
5 Can you come out for a drink with us later? Sorry, I _________ Liza
with her work, and itll take us hours to finish it. (help)
6 She usually _________ a BMW, but today she _________ her husbands
Volvo. (drive)
7 Where do you live? Normally I _________ in Paris with my parents,
but at the moment I _________ in London, so I _________ with an
English family. (live, study, live)
8 I know you _________ because you _________ out of the window!
(not / listen, look)
9 Julia _________ five languages fluently, and at the moment she
_________ as a translator. (speak, work)
10 I _________ three pullovers in winter because I always _________ cold.
(wear, feel)
11 Wood _________ on water. (float)
12 Why _________ you _________? Because nobody _________ me, thats
why! (cry, love)
UNIT 1
9
The following verbs do not normally take the continuous form:
be||eve, be|on, con|a|n, d|:|||e, doub|, ha|e, |mpre::, |now, |||e, |ove, mean,
need, owe, own, pre|er, re:emb|e, :eem, :uppo:e, :urpr|:e, under:|and, wan|,
w|:h
The following verbs can be used in the simple or continuous form but with
different meanings:
appear, |ee|, :ee, :me||, |a:|e, |h|n|
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