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1 REINFORCEMENT REINFORCEMENT NAME VOCABULARY Write the correct words under the pictures. reptile • bird •

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Write the correct words under the pictures.

reptile • bird • desert • ocean • forest • Antarctic

reptile • bird • desert • ocean • forest • Antarctic

• bird • desert • ocean • forest • Antarctic 1. Antarctic 4. Complete the sentences

1. Antarctic

• desert • ocean • forest • Antarctic 1. Antarctic 4. Complete the sentences with the

4.

desert • ocean • forest • Antarctic 1. Antarctic 4. Complete the sentences with the words
desert • ocean • forest • Antarctic 1. Antarctic 4. Complete the sentences with the words
desert • ocean • forest • Antarctic 1. Antarctic 4. Complete the sentences with the words
desert • ocean • forest • Antarctic 1. Antarctic 4. Complete the sentences with the words

Complete the sentences with the words from Exercise 1.

1. There are many fish in the

2. The

3. A hen is a type of

4. It is hot and dry in the

5. There are many trees in the

6. A lizard is a type of

Circle the correct answer.

ocean

is a very cold place.

1. Some animals use a disguise / prey to look like something else.

use a disguise / prey to look like something else. 2. Chameleons use camouflage to hunt

2. Chameleons use camouflage to hunt / hide from other animals.

3. Rabbits are good pets. They’re very poisonous / cute.

4. Few animals can survive / release in the Antarctic.

5. A coyote / raccoon has got white stripes on its dark face and tail.

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Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the Present Simple.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Monkeys

My mouse

My cat

Tigers

eat

it

(eat) bananas.

(not live) in a cage. (rain) in the desert?

(sleep) on my bed.

(not fly)!

Complete the sentences with the verbs below. Use the Present Continuous.

hide • swim • climb • watch • not visit

hide • swim • climb • watch • not visit

1.

2.

3.

4. We

5.

I

Look! The octopus

The whale

am watching

the birds.

its arms in the sand. in the ocean.

the tree?

the zoo now.

the snake

Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the Present Simple or Present Continuous.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Many people

I

My dog

understand

the cat

(understand) English. (sit) on the sofa now?

(not believe) the story in the newspaper.

snakes

(not play) at the moment. (need) a warm place to sleep?

Complete the sentences with the gerunds below. Then tick the sentences that are true for you.

singing • listening • cutting • having

singing • listening • cutting • having

1.

2. I feel like 3. I’m thinking about is fun.

I love

listening

to hip hop. lunch.

my hair short.

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2 REINFORCEMENT REINFORCEMENT VOCABULARY NAME 1 Circle the correct answer. 1. I feel ill. I think

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Circle the correct answer.

1. I feel ill. I think I’ve got a fever / risk.

 
2. I saw an awful / amazing film last night. It was great!

2. I saw an awful / amazing film last night. It was great!

3. The Great Plague was a terrifying disease / cure.

4. Don’t be cruel / creative to animals.

5. The horses are pulling the inn / cart.

6. The food at that restaurant is disgusting / irreversible.

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2

Circle the word that doesn’t belong.

1. cure • medicine • burn

1. cure • medicine • burn

2. remarkable • common • incredible

3. tradesmen • disease • death

4. terrifying • horrifying • creative

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Complete the sentences with the answers from Exercise 2.

1.

2. Carpenters are

3. She has got imaginative ideas. She’s very

4.

name in Britain.

Fires

burn

wood quickly.

John is a

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Complete the sentences with the verbs below. Use the Past Simple.

not go • see • spread • not have • read

not go • see • spread • not have • read

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

I

Lisa

We

I

read

a book about the Great Plague last week.

a fever yesterday.

a film about the Fire of London a few days ago.

the disease

to the doctor yesterday.

to other towns?

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Complete the sentences about yourself with the verbs in brackets. Use the affirmative or negative form of the Past Continuous.

1. I

(watch) television at 8 o’clock last night.

2. The students in my class

3. The students

(talk) when the bell rang this morning. (stand) when the teacher entered the classroom.

4. It

(rain) while I was getting dressed this morning.

5. I

(do) my homework at 5 o’clock yesterday afternoon.

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Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the Past Simple or Past Continuous.

1. A few days ago, my pet rabbit

died

(die).

2. We were sleeping when the doorbell

(ring).

3. What

Jason

(do) at 7 o’clock this morning?

4. I

(walk) home when I fell and hurt my leg.

 

5. The people

(watch) while their houses were burning.

6. While Laura was touring London, she

 

(take)

a photo of the monument to the

Great Fire.

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Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use used to.

1.

My grandmother

2.

3.

I

4.

My brother

5.

Kate

used to work

you

(work) at a bakery. (have) long hair?

(drink) coffee, but now I don’t. (not get up) early, but now he does.

(read) a lot of books about history.

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3 REINFORCEMENT REINFORCEMENT VOCABULARY NAME Find and circle seven verbs in the puzzle. Then write them

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Find and circle seven verbs in the puzzle. Then write them next to their meanings
Find and circle seven verbs in the puzzle. Then write them next to their meanings below.
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1. look for
s
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h
g
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2. hide
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3. give a prize
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k
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h
a
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4. take hair off your face
s
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5. finish (university)
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p
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7. find someone for a job
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Tick the sentences true (T) or false (F). Pay attention to the words in bold.

1. Something ordinary is very unusual.

2. A man can have a scar on his face.

3. Spy and agent are synonyms.

4. You need a password to get into your classroom.

5. The secret service recruits enemies.

6. When someone makes up a story, the events

in the story really happened.

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Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the Present Perfect Simple.

1. has finished

2. I

3.

4. My mum

Tom

We

(finish) his book.

(live) in the same flat since I was two.

(not meet) yet.

(work) in a bank for 10 years.

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Put the words in the correct order to write sentences. Use the Present Perfect Simple.

1. Jill / already / to school / go

Jill has already gone to school.

2. Brian and Sam / the film / yet / not see

3. not be / to a concert / for five months / I

4. never / Cathy / visit / Scandinavia

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Write sentences with the words below. Use the Present Perfect Continuous.

1. we / walk / since / 9 o’clock We have been walking since 9 o’clock.

2. I / search / for my bag / all day

3. Tom / not feel / well / for a week

4. Ed / sleep / for hours

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Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the Present Perfect Simple or

Present Perfect Continuous.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

How long

The spy

I

I

has

Patrick

known

(know) Melissa?

(invent) secret codes all day. (not see) Debbie so far today. (think) about you for weeks. (find) your mobile phone yet?

you

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4 REINFORCEMENT REINFORCEMENT VOCABULARY NAME Label the picture with the words below. waist • lips •

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Label the picture with the words below.4 REINFORCEMENT REINFORCEMENT VOCABULARY NAME waist • lips • forehead • wrinkles • eyebrow 4 1

waist • lips • forehead • wrinkles • eyebrow

waist • lips • forehead • wrinkles • eyebrow

4 1 eyebrow 5 2 3 Ben
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1
eyebrow
5
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3
Ben

Look at the picture in Exercise 1.Then tick the sentences true (T) or false (F).

in Exercise 1.Then tick the sentences true (T) or false (F). 1. Ben’s eyebrows are bushy.

1. Ben’s eyebrows are bushy.

2. Ben has got thick lips.

3. Ben is bald.

4. Ben’s waist is thick.

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Complete the sentences with the words below.

features • hire • conservative • haunted • flawless • lose weight • unappealing

features • hire • conservative • haunted • flawless • lose weight • unappealing

1. My father doesn’t like changes. He’s very

2. The woman’s face is perfect. All her

3. I don’t think this model is gorgeous. Actually, I think he’s

4. I don’t want to

5. I love scary films about

6. There are no mistakes on your test. It is

7. The hospital plans to

conservative

are lovely.

I like my figure just the way it is. houses.

twenty new doctors.

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Complete the sentences with the adjectives in brackets. Use the comparative form.

1.

2. Tom’s eyebrows are

3. This camera is

4. Are the Harry Potter books

Pete is

taller than

(tall) Tom.

(bushy) mine. (good) your camera. (popular) the Narnia books?

Complete the sentences with the adjectives in brackets. Use the superlative form.

1. I think Angelina Jolie is

2. I think Paris is

3. Jill is

4. Horror films are

the most beautiful

(beautiful) actress in the world.

(exciting) city in Europe.

(pretty) model at the agency. (bad) films, in my opinion.

Circle the correct answer.

(bad) films, in my opinion. Circle the correct answer. 1. Let’s buy this TV. It’s too

1. Let’s buy this TV. It’s too cheap / cheap enough .

2. It’s too cold / cold enough to go swimming.

3. Mary is as clever as / clever Paul.

4. I think maths is the least exciting / less exciting subject.

Circle the correct relative pronoun.

less exciting subject. Circle the correct relative pronoun. 1. This is the man who / where

1. This is the man who / where / which directed the film.

2. We found a shop when / which / where sells TVs and DVDs.

3. She is the woman that / where / when sat next to me.

4. 2002 was the year where / who / when we moved to London.

5. I love the clothes that / where / who Sally wore last night.

6. This is the café that / which / where I met Jack.

7. I know someone who / which / when is a billionaire.

8. This is the shop who / that / where I told you about.

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5 REINFORCEMENT REINFORCEMENT VOCABULARY NAME 1 Circle the correct answer. 1. We want to decorate /

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Circle the correct answer.

1. We want to decorate / recycle the room with balloons.

 
2. The artist sketched / created a masterpiece with rubbish.

2. The artist sketched / created a masterpiece with rubbish.

3. My parents hosted / displayed a party last night.

4. That painting is worth / encourages a lot of money.

5. Eat your dinner! Don’t spot / waste good food.

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Complete the puzzle.

1 2 w o o d 3 4 d d 5 d 6 d 7
1
2
w
o
o
d
3
4
d
d
5
d
6
d
7
d

Across

1
1

Down

2 5
2
5
3 7 3 4 6
3
7
3
4
6

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Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the Past Perfect Simple.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

We didn’t go out until we

Jim was tired because he

the girls

had finished

I found the picture my grandfather

the shop

I wasn’t hungry because I

(finish) our homework. (not sleep) all night. (sew) the dresses for the show yet? (draw). (close) by the time you got there? (eat) earlier.

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Put the words in the correct order to write sentences.

1. Alan / was 15 years old / he / 200 paintings / had painted / by the time By the time Alan was 15 years old, he had painted 200 paintings.

2. hadn’t visited / an art museum / I / I / went to Florence / until

3. had already gone to sleep / my parents / I / got home / when

4. painted the flowers / had sketched them / Kate / she / after

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Circle the correct answer.

/ Kate / she / after 5 Circle the correct answer. 1. We didn’t have /

1. We didn’t have / hadn’t had a party until we had decorated the room.

2. By the time the police arrived, the robbers ran away / had run away.

3. Had you read the book before you saw / had seen the film?

4. Jill had been / was unhappy because her friend hadn’t called all week.

5. The rain had stopped before we left / had left the house.

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6 REINFORCEMENT REINFORCEMENT NAME VOCABULARY Match the phrasal verbs with the nouns. 1. 2. 3. 4.

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VOCABULARY
VOCABULARY

Match the phrasal verbs with the nouns.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

go through

turn off

go down

look after

take out

1

a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

the rubbish

the stairs

the television

a village

a pet

Complete the sentences with the answers from Exercise 1.

1. Don’t forget to

2. Can you

3. After you

4. The bus is going to

5. Animals need special care. It is difficult to

turn off the television

when you’ve finished watching it.

and put it in the bin?

, turn right. The toilet is there.

on the way to town.

Write the words under the pictures.

1 2 3
1
2
3

s l e e p i n g

b a g

r

u

4 5 6
4
5
6

q

r

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Circle the correct answer.

1. Do you think it is going to snow / will snow tomorrow?

   

2. We are leaving / will leave in five minutes.

3. I’ve got a test tomorrow, so I won’t go / am not going to the party tonight.

4. Oh no! It’s starting to rain. I will go / am going to go inside.

5. The plane is going to take off / will take off at 7 o’clock.

6. Bill likes to see different places. I think he will travel / is travelling around the world when he‘s

older.

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Circle the correct answer.

1. I’ll meet you tomorrow as soon as / unless my mum needs me.

1. I’ll meet you tomorrow as soon as / unless my mum needs me.

2. Once / Before I finish school, I’ll go to university.

 

3. I’ll have a shower before / when I have breakfast.

4. I won’t eat fish after / unless I know it’s fresh.

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Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. First Conditional

1. If you ask your parents, they

2. He will come to the meeting if you

Second Conditional

3. If we turned on the TV, we

4. If they

Third Conditional

5. I

6. If I

will help

(help) you.

(ask) him.

(see) the programme.

(think) about it, they would understand how she feels.

(buy) a ticket if I hadn’t lost my purse.

(wake up) on time, I wouldn’t have missed the bus.

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Circle the correct answer.

1. I don’t like your friend’s hit / behaviour. He’s rude!

like your friend’s hit / behaviour . He’s rude! 2. Are they going to force /

2. Are they going to force / pass a law against using mobile phones in restaurants?

3. Who is going to perform / break up in the concert?

4. You shouldn’t gossip / purchase so much about other people – it’s not nice.

5. There is no sound / privacy at the cinema.

Complete the sentences with the words below.

voice • ring • text message • download • compose broadcast • big business • as a matter of fact

voice • ring • text message • download • compose broadcast • big business • as

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

Mobile phones are

big business

, many people have got more than one mobile phone today.

today.

On what channel are they going to

My friend sent me a

Some musicians

Tim always talks with a loud

Please, answer the phone if you hear it

I am trying to

the contest?

on my mobile phone.

songs for other people to sing.

a program from the Internet.

Complete the sentences with the verbs below. Use the Present Simple Passive.

not answer • not allow • sell • use • catch

not answer • not allow • sell • use • catch

1.

2.

Most criminals

4. food

3.

The fire door

Ball games

is used

5. I call every day, but my calls

for emergencies.

in the park.

by the police.

in this shop?

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Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the Past Simple Passive.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

This music

My bag

My phone

was composed

(compose) by my grandfather twenty years ago.

(steal) from the office?

(cook) in oil?

the computers (make) in China. the hamburgers

(not turn on) an hour ago.

Write sentences with the words below. Use the Future Simple Passive.

1. new types of phones / develop / soon New types of phones will be developed soon.

2. the students / take / on a trip / one day

3. our house / paint / in many colours

4. the homework / probably check / in the next lesson

5. I’m afraid the shop / not open / next month

Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the Passive.

1. were invented

2.

3. By tomorrow, the cake

4. This robot

5. In this hotel, dinner

Computers

Mayonnaise

(invent) in the 20th century.

(make) with eggs.

(finish).

(purchase) in Hong Kong a year ago.

usually

(serve) from 7.00 in the evening.

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8 REINFORCEMENT REINFORCEMENT VOCABULARY NAME Circle the correct answer. 1. I promise / boast to help

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Circle the correct answer.

1. I promise / boast to help you with your homework later.

I promise / boast to help you with your homework later. 2. Pam tries hard to

2. Pam tries hard to make friends and accept / fit in.

3. I’m going home now. My curfew / social life is 11 o’clock.

4. I stand up for / appreciate all the help you have given me.

5. Paul likes Helen. He asked her to go on a date / make fun of.

6. It’s not good to be on the right track / selfish.

Match the words to their definitions.

1. miss

a. disappear

2. feeling down

b. thin

3. obey

c. make someone feel better

4. vanish

5.

6.

7. trust

8. comfort

slim

ignore

1 d. want something you used to have

e.

f.

not happy

believe someone

g. do what someone tells you

h. not give attention

Complete the sentences with the words from Exercise 2.

1. You should always

2. Tom has gained weight. He used to be

3. My friends always

obey

the school rules.

me when I’m sad.

4. I haven’t seen Jane for a year. I really

her.

5. Tom doesn’t always tell the truth. I don’t

him.

6. Listen to me when I talk to you. Don’t

me!

7. Is Laura

8. When did the painting

because she broke up with her boyfriend?

? Are the police looking for it?

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Match the direct speech to the reported speech.

1. “I must play this,” Ron said.

2. “I am playing here,” said Ron.

3. “I play here,” Ron said.

4. “I played here,” Ron said.

5. “I will play this,” said Ron.

6. “I can play this,” Ron said.

a. Ron said that he could play that.

1 b. Ron said that he had to play that.

c. Ron said that he had played there.

d. Ron said that he played there.

e. Ron said that he was playing there.

f.

Ron said that he would play that.

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Read the sentences in direct speech and circle the correct answer in reported speech.REINFORCEMENT 1. “My friends never call me,” Dave complained. Dave complained that his friends never call

1. “My friends never call me,” Dave complained. Dave complained that his friends never call / called him.

complained that his friends never call / called him. 2. “The shop will close in five

2. “The shop will close in five minutes,” the manager announced. The manager announced that the shop closes / would close in five minutes.

3. “You must move your car,” warned the police officer. The police officer warned that I had to move / had moved my car.

4. “Paul is preparing a meal,” Ben reminded me. Ben reminded me that Paul was preparing / is preparing a meal.

5. “I have finished my homework,” Jim said. Jim said that he had finished / has finished his homework.

6. “Helen can sing better than me,” Jan admitted. Jan admitted that Helen could sing / sings better than her.

7. “I went to a disco last night,” Ron said. Ron said that he had gone to a disco last night / the night before.

8. “We’re arriving today,” my cousin said. My cousin said that she was arriving yesterday / that day.

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9 REINFORCEMENT REINFORCEMENT VOCABULARY NAME 1 Circle the correct answer. 1. Pam is going to mix

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NAME
1
1

Circle the correct answer.

1. Pam is going to mix / bake a cake in the oven.

 
2. It is important to store / squeeze milk in a cold place.

2. It is important to store / squeeze milk in a cold place.

3. I keep vegetables in a plastic container / weapon.

4. Clean your hands on your spoon / napkin.

5. A dog uses its back teeth to chew / boil food.

6. In the morning, the grass is covered with dew / wilderness.

7. Put the salad on the throne / in a bowl.

8. I want to get rid of / sprinkle my old clothes.

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Complete the sentences with the words below.

wealthy • saucepan • roast • stranded • avoid2 Complete the sentences with the words below. 1. Richard is a millionaire. He’s very 2.

1. Richard is a millionaire. He’s very

2. I’ll

3. In the wilderness,

4. You can boil the vegetables in this big

5. There are some famous stories about people who were

wealthy

some potatoes and onions together with the chicken. eating mushrooms. They may be poisonous.

on a small island.

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Circle the correct answer.

1. Jim is frightened of water because he may not / doesn’t have to / can’t swim.

2. Should / Can / Might I have more ice cream, please?

2. Should / Can / Might I have more ice cream, please?

3. You must / could / may wash your hands before you prepare food.

4. Should / May / Do I please have the recipe for this cake?

5. We mustn’t / can’t / don’t have to get up early on Sundays.

6. Don’t leave the potatoes in the oven. They should / might / have to burn.

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Complete the sentences with the modals below.

should • can • might • may not • don’t have to4 Complete the sentences with the modals below. 1. Paul is gaining weight. He 2. No,

1. Paul is gaining weight. He

2. No, I’m sorry. You

3. You can rest today. You

4. Pam cooks very well. She

5. I don’t think I’ll cook dinner. I

should

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drink less juice. use my phone. I don’t let anyone use it. help prepare the meal. bake fantastic cakes. order a pizza instead.

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REINFORCEMENTComplete the sentences about yourself. 1. I can 2. When I was six, I couldn’t

REINFORCEMENT Complete the sentences about yourself. 1. I can 2. When I was six, I couldn’t

Complete the sentences about yourself.REINFORCEMENT 1. I can 2. When I was six, I couldn’t 3. The students in my

1. I can

2. When I was six, I couldn’t

3. The students in my class must

 

4. I don’t have to

.

5. On Sunday, my family and I might

6.

In the morning, I should

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10 REINFORCEMENT REINFORCEMENT VOCABULARY NAME 1 Circle the correct answer. 1. Cats love to explore things.

REINFORCEMENT

VOCABULARY

NAME
NAME
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1

Circle the correct answer.

1. Cats love to explore things. They are very distressed / curious .

 
2. The skiing trip was the best experience / poverty of my life.

2. The skiing trip was the best experience / poverty of my life.

3. You can preserve memories / support by keeping a diary.

4. As regards / As far as I can see, it is going to be sunny today.

5. It’s difficult to confront / express someone that you’re angry with.

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Complete the puzzle.

1 s 2 h i i n 4 3 h h w g o l
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2 h
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n
4
3 h
h
w
g
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h
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6 h
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Circle the correct answer.
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1. I
to Italy next week.
a.
am flying
b.
will fly
2. Where
when I saw you?
a.
did you go
b. were you going
3. When
me?
a.
did you call
b.
have you called
4. By the time I got home, my family
a.
ate
b. had eaten
5. We
the room for three hours!
a.
have been painting
b.
are painting
6. Charlotte often
for tests at the library.
a.
studies
b. is studying
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Across

4.

adult

5.

very unhappy

7.

thankful

8.

extremely happy

Down

1.

not married

2.

small, less important

3.

danger

6.

experience pain

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REINFORCEMENT1. What smell / smells so good? 2. Who drive / drives you to school?

REINFORCEMENT 1. What smell / smells so good? 2. Who drive / drives you to school?

1. What smell / smells so good?

2. Who drive / drives you to school?

3. Where / What did you find your diary?

4. Who has broken / have broken the window?

Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets.your diary? 4. Who has broken / have broken the window? First Conditional 1. don’t go

First Conditional

1. don’t go

If you

(not go) to school, you won’t acquire any skills.

(help) me, I will be very grateful.

2. If you

Second Conditional

3. There would be less pollution if fewer people

4. If I didn’t get enough sleep, I

Third Conditional

5. We wouldn’t have met if we

6. If Ken had listened to the news, he

(drive) cars.

(feel) miserable.

(not go) to Jane’s party.

(know) about the storm.

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