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Read the text below and choose the correct word for
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Present
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Each sentence contains a mistake by a PET candidate.
Cross it out and write the correct form.
Hello Stacey, I vffite to you to say thanks for your letter . .1rt..vur.ititg.. . .....
That' s the best programme on TV and I watchi ng i t every ni ght.
We' re goi ng to that ci nema because i t shows a sci ence-fi cti on fi l m.
The weather here is lovely and we stay in a hotel with a big swimming pool.
I n my count ry peopl e don' t weari ng ci ot hes l i ke t hose at weddi ngs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
I l eave thi s note to l et you know whi ch ci nema we are goi ng to. .............
Every day at school I' m weari ng j eans
and a bl ack or orange shi rt.
The owners l ook for someone to work i n the shop duri ng the summer.
He comes from London and i s speaki ng Engl i sh very wel l .
Dear Ri chard, I send you thi s emai l to thank you for your present.
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Complete the blog with the correct form of the verb in brackets.
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Look at the five sentences
for this part'
you
will hear a conversation
between a boy, Leon, and his Eister,
zara, about his room'
Decide if each sentence is correct or incorrect.
If it is correct,
put a tick
(/) in the box under
in the box under B for NO.
A for YES. If it is not sorrect,
put a tick
(/)
! Zaraunderstands
why Leon is unhappy with his room'
2 Zara says that his room should be painted white.
3 Zarathinks Leon should get pelmission before he paints anything'
4 Leon wants to have smaller furniture in the room.
5 Leon and Zara aglee that there should be a mirror on the wall'
Here are some sentences
about a new home'
For each
question, complete the second sentence so that it means
Use no more than three words.
Example: Our new home is quite near my school'
our new home is not . t*r irpn'"""' my school'
1 We have a third-floor apartment in a modern building.
Our aPart ment i s . . . . . . . . . . ' . . .
the third floor of a modern building'
2 I neariy always walk up the stairs'
the same as the first.
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4 There isn't a lot of furniture in my room'
I n my room t here' s onl Y ' . . . . . . ' .
5 Next weekend we must go shoPPing!
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7 When I' m i n bed, I l i ke to have a very soft
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9 My parents keep the car in the
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14 I fel t hot and I coul dn' t sl eep, so I threw the
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3 Put rhe food into the wl ctrysl ltand it will be
cooked i n two mi nutes,
4 I had to sit on a very hard chair for hours, so I put
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5 I opened the front door, left my coat in the
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There are five questions in this part.
For each question there are three pictures and a short recording.
Choose the correct picture and put a tick
(/) in the box below it.
Example: What did the boy use to wear to school? 3 What' s the qui ckest way to get to the boy' s school ?
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5 When will the boy have a maths test?
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Fart 3
Look
at the staternents below about two schools.
Read
the text to decide if eactr statement is correct or incorrect.
If it is correct, mark A in the box next to each statement.
If it is not correct, mark B in the box next to each statement.
1 Both school s are a short di stance from a bi g ci ty'
2 The Ci ty School bui l di ng was onl y recentl y compl eted.
3 At Heathl ands School there are no school fees.
4 Staff and pupi l s at The Ci ty School are happy wi th the schooi ' s faci i i ti es.
S Students at The Ci ty School are mai nl y i nterested i n subj ects that wi l l
hel p them get a
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St udent s f rom t wo school s,
The Ci t y School i n Ni ger"i a and
Heat hl ands School i n t he UK,
necent l y t ook part i n a
Proj ect
t o compar e t hei n educat i on
and f i nd out about st udent l i f e
i n a veny di ffenent countrY. As
expect e' d, : t hey f ound manY
di f f erences but al so a f ew
t hi ngs t hat are si mi l ar' :
The Ci t y School i s i n a di st ni ct
j ust
out si de Ni ger i a' s caPi t al ,
Abuj a. The schooi i s surt rrounded
by bi g t nees and gr. assy f i el ds
t hat t he chi l dnen use t o pl aY
football m$thland
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The Ci t y School ane t aught i n
pl easant
one: st orey yel l ow-br i ck
bui l di ngs
al t hough some bui l di ng
wonk st i l l needs t o be done.
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t he 195Os but some new
faci l i ti s,
nav, O"en' OOeO
recent l y.
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qui t e a f ew parenf s st ruggl e t o
keep t hei r- chi l dr-en i n school .
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st udent s at Heat hl ands School
onl y have t o buy t hei r uni f orrns
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Drama and Musi c asr' o' Pt i ons
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for al l str-l dents. Thei e i s a new
dan t uoi o whi ch can al so be
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complete the sentences with the correct form of the
verbs in the box. You need to use some words more
than once.
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Thi s morni ng I was l ate, so t..;.s*fl :* -y
Hi story cl ass. I had to .
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time copying mY friend's notes.
I \oCA a lot of fun on the Drama course last
summer. I .. U\,}-ftif-
... . so many friends.
Tonight I need to . f,ra;+l"d'j
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for the test. If I don't
answer every
questi on, I wi tt
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Every week our English teacheigives us a list of
word.s to ...ir,.*.'tl........ . she says if we ' .Sm"..cr.r ....
ten minutes doing this every day, we'll remember
them more easilY.
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... .. them out of the school l i brary.
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Yesterdav I toef my school bag. I've looked
everywhere,but l tan' t fi nd i t.
My mum....,.!ro.
... .. a good suggesti on
yesterday'
She thinks I should earn some money by teaching
English to young children.
Grammar
Past si mpl e, Past conti nuous, used ro
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Choose the correct form of the verb.
1 When I was younger I u:ttd
Ei.t/
.ot goingro
school bY bus.
2 | wasn't /
didn't allowed to watch TV while I used
to d"o
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was doing mY homework'
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best friend white I used- to
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finishing
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because I didn't Listen
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when my
teacher explained
what we h3$,1o do.
I wasn't Liking
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think it's reallY interesting.
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them to the answers
ased to walk
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house.
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4 Last Friday while I rtudied
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baby next door cried
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noisy so I had to go to the library in town'
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She was very strict. 2
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Read
this exam task.
An English friend,of yours called Sam is ill and
couldn't
play in a school basketball rnatch yesterday,
which
your team lost.
Write an email to Sam. In your email you should
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apologise for not phoning him after the match
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explain n'hy you think your team lost
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offer to visit hirn soon.
Write 35-45 words.
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fook at the content points carefully. Tick the
pieces of information that you could include in
the email.
a a reason why you didn't phone after the match
b a questi on about Sam' s heal th
e where the basketbail match was
d what the score was
e a descri pti on of the other team
f who you sat next to at the match
g a description of how your team played
h a suggestion about when you can go to
hi s house
i an invitation to your house
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a message for Sam from some of your fri ends
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Look at this student's answer. Is all the
information included for each content point? Is
there any unnecessary information?
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Now use the following checklist to find any other
problems with the email.
Writing Part 2 Checklist
Is the emai l the ri ght l ength?
Is the emai l addressed to the ri ght person?
Is any of the l anguage too formal or i nformal ?
Are there appropriate phrases for explaining,
i nvi ti ng, suggesti ng, etc?
Are the ri ght tenses used?
Are there any spelling errors?
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Vtake any changes you think are necessary to the
message.
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Yesterday yo>,ranged to go shopping with an
English friend,called Anna but you had a problem
and couldn't go.
Write an email to Anna. In your email you should
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apol ogi se and. expl ai n what happened
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ask about Anna's shopping trip
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suggest somethi ng el se to do together.
Write 35-45 words.
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Reading
Part 4
Read the text and the
questions below. For each
question, mark the correct letter A, B, C or D'
Why is Sonia in favour of shorter school holidays?
A She can't get anyone to mind her children in
summer.
B She thi nks that secondary school hol i days are
too l ong.
C She can't afford to pay someone to look after
her children.
D She doesn't
get any summer holidays in her
present
j ob.
What does Jason say about l ong summer hol i days?
A They can help children forget about school'
B They have no effect on chiidren's education'
C T\:-se days many older people have them too'
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SCbbt's in other countries don't have them'
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What does Nadi a say about young peopl e l n
surnmer?
A They behave badly when they go back to
school .
B Long holidays are very bad for their education'
C They woui d l i ke to spend more ti me at school '
D Where she lives there is nothing fot them to do'
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They' ve changed al l t he
school t erms and some
students are getti ng very
angry about i t .
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Grammar
verbs +
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Each sentence contains a mistake by a PET
candidate. Cross it out and write the correct
-ing
or infinitive form of the verb.
I hope heari ng f rom you soon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . f . o-. l *ect r. . . . . . . . . . . .
Would you mind to lend me your bicycle?
3 In the afternoon, i f i t' s possi bl e, I want pl ay beach
vol l eybal l . .
4 I l ove Fl orence, so I suggest to spend much more
t i me t here.
5 It's my favourite movie, but I couldn't afford
buyi ng the DVD before.
6 Our new t eacher seems be very good.
7 I apol ogi se because I coul dn' t avoi d to mi ss the
ci ass.
I feel l i ke stay at home today.
I j ust
need your tent for two days' campi ng and I
promi se t aki ng care of i t . . . . . . .
The beach i s next to the hotel and there
are courses to l earn doi ng water sports.
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fict the correct sentences. Correct the sentences
which are wrong.
1 a The smai l boat began to go faster and
faster as we approached the waterfall.
b Next month I want to begin doing
danci ng l essons.
2 a Pl ease remember bri ngi ng some
money tomorrow.
b i ' l l remember to send you a text
message when I arri ve.
3 a My brother often forgets turni ng off
the l i ghts when he goes out.
b I'm sorry but I completely forgot buying
bread at the shoos.
4 a I real l y l i ke spendi ng ti me si ghtseei ng
in different countries.
b Al fi e doesn' t l i ke to go campi ng i n
the winter.
5 a i remember to go to Disneyland when
I was a chi l d.
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b Do you remember to watch that great
film last month?
6 a Jessica says she forgets going into that
shop, but I saw her there.
b I'11 nevr{qrget to see my team win
Iast year' 9 Cup Fi nal .
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Li steni ng Part 2
For each question, put a tick (/) in the correct box.
1 Ben fi rst became i nterested i n
postcards
when
2 Who el se i n the fami l y col l ected
postcads?
3 Ben' s favourite postcards have pictures of
4 He says that some ol d postcards are amusi ng because
5 The postcards that are worth most
6 Ben suggests new col l ectors shoul d get
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You will hear an interview with Ben Lacey, who collects postcards.
A he found a collection at home.
B he was on a family hoiiday.
C he began travel l i ng on hi s own.
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B
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Ben's grandfather
Ben's uncie
Ben' s mother
A ways peopl e used to travei .
B very well-known ports.
C lovely religious buildings.
A the
jokes
on them are very funnY.
B they show old-fashioned attitudes.
C they are extremely badly drawn.
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A are ovr 100 years ol d.
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B have never been used.
C show parti cul ar scenes.
A many di fferent ki nds of cards.
B cards showi ng thei r own town.
C cards t hat have sport s pi ct ures.
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Here
are some sentences about camping.
For
each
question, complete the second sentence
so that it means the same as the first.
Use
no more than three words.
ExamPle:
Last year I started to go campi ng wi th my fri ends.
I t ook 34p . . . . . . . campi ng wi t h my f ri ends
l ast year.
1 It' s real l y wonderful to breathe fresh ai r i n the
countrysi de.
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I really enjoy .....r.;.(f.f.-
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. . . fresh air in the
countrysi de.
Thinking about my next camping trip is always
evr - i t i n
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I always look .../.,Jt. i-r. )-ii.:.):... my next camping
t ri o.
Vocabul ary
Read the cl ues and compl ete the crossword.
Across
2 person who ri des a bi cycl e
4 hard hat to protect the head
6 amount of money you
Pay
7 move around the Internet
10 reserve ti ckets, hol i days, etc.
11 person who makes a meal
12 swi m under the water
13 physi cal l y strong and wei l
Down
1 what somethi ng i s worth
2 board game pl ayed on squares
3 where campers sl eep
5 have enough money for
6 want to have or do somethi ng
8 short name for
' bi cycl e'
9 obj ect used for taki ng photos
10 obj ect used for pai nti ng
but
We don' t usual l y go
When i t' s very col d,
campi ng when i t' s very col d.
we usual l y avoi d
campi ng.
Some campsi tes are too expensi ve for us.
We can' t ... stay i n some
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5 I l i ke campi ng much more than stayi ng i n hotel s.
I much . . to stayi ng i n hotel s.
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Reading Part 3
Look at the statements below about a tour in Norway.
Read the text below to decide if each statement is correct or incorrect.
If it is correct, mark A in the box. If it is not correct, mark B in the box.
I The majority of Sami people live in Norway.
2 A bus takes you all the way from Tromso to Karasjok.
3 You wi l l l earn to si ng speci al songs cal l ed Joi k.
4 You are likeiy to see the Northern Lights if the weather conditions are good.
5 You have to pay extra to do the optional activities.
G The speci al swi mmi ng sui t al l ows you to swi m under the i ce i n the Barents Sea.
7 On the Rei ndeer Sl ed Ri de, a gui de wi l l dri ve the rei ndeer.
I Peopl e of al l ages can do the opti onal acti vi ti es.
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Winter Adventure in NorwaY
Thi s new tour takes you up to the fan norl h of Nonway, deep i nsi de the Ancti c
Ci r cl e, t 0 meet t he Sami peopl e and f i nd out about t hei r way of l i f e. The Sami
peopl e l i ve i n four countri es: Nonway, Sweden, Fi nl and and Fussi a. Ther"e are
about 70, 000 Sami i n t ot al wi t h ar ound 40, 000 i n Nonway, 20, 000 i n Sweden,
6, 000 i n Fi nl and and 2, 000 i n Russi a.
The voyage begi ns i n the port of Tromss, i n Norway. You travel from hene to
Karasi ok i n the heart of Norwegi an Lapl and, or Sapmi , as the Sami cal l i t. The
j ourney
starts on board The North Cape, crui si ng al ong the wi l d and unspoi l t
coas[ to Ki rknes, whi ch i s l ocated
ust
1Okm fr"om the Russi an bonder, ad
conti nues by bus i nl and to Karasi ok,
Duri ng oun two-ni ght stay i n Karasj ok you wi l l vi si t the Sami Cul tural Park to
l earn about the hi storv anci the future of the Sami and enj oy the rare opportuni ty
t o l i st en t o t he Sami
tnadi ti onal si ngi ng, known
as Joi k. Al so i ncl uded i s
an eveni ng wal k wear i ng
snow shoes i n search of the
Nor t her n Li ght s. l f t he ski es
ar e cl ear t her e i s a good
chance you wi l l be newar ded
wi th a spectacul ar di spl aY as
waves of col out" fi l l the
ni ght sky.
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Part 3
Exqrn
adu"ic
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Before
you listen, look atthe notes about the sightseeing tour.
Whattype
of information is missing? Try to think of some
pfsp1e
ihswers
for elch gaP'
You
will hear a tour guide giving some information
to a grouP of students.
For
each
question, fill in the missing information in
the
numbered space.
Grammar
Conpa- 3' - , ' , 9 ar J super l at i ve adj ect i ves
Q
Ooes the second sentence have the same rneaning
as the rirst sentence? Tick the correct box.
Rewrite any second sentences which have a
different meaning, so that they mean the same
as the first sentence.
There is no other citY in EuroPe as
big as Moscow.
Moscow i sn' t the bi ggest ci ty i n Europe.
I
same
ffi
nifferent
Rome isn't
quite as cold as Paris.
Pari s i s a l i ttl e col der than Rome.
Same Different
Shanghai is one of the world's busiest ports.
There are many ports in the world that are as
busy as Shanghai .
n
same
lX
ufferent
The CN tower in Toronto is much smaller than
the Buri Dubai.
The Burj Dubai i s as tal l as the CN tower.
Same Different
It's more expensive to live on Avenue Princess
Grace in Monaco than on Fifth Avenue in New
York.
You need to pay as much to live on Avenue
Pri ncess Grace as on Fi fth Avenue.
Same
ffi
nifferent
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Up to 9.5 million tourists visit Singapore
every year.
As many as 9.5 mi l l i on touri sts
visit Singapore every
Year.
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te, hotel ,at
(1) ,
friv leaes at' ,1Oam.
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(2)
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(3)
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Compl ete the senrences n' i rh the correct i orm oi
the adjective in brackets.
r Fl yi ng i s st i l l t he 1
, . -

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travel.
Howl er monkeys ar e much. . . . . .
(noisy) than elephants
San Fr anci sco i s one of t he . . . . . . . 1
(hilly) cities in the world.
October is the b(,C.
see whal es i n Argenti na.
.
[good)
ti me to
5 A hippopotamus is . .... . iu-.cs.rJ.r.t.f .. . (heavy)
than a rhi noceros.\
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I st anbul i s as . . . . . . . . . . t u. . . . . . , =4. . . . . . .
Travel l i ng by trai n i s mul h..
(good) for the environment.
Vancouver i s . . . . . . . . . , . . . 1. . : . . . . . . , ' . . , . . i . .
Paoi o than Pari s.
t
The city of Cherrapunji in India is the
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in the world.
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as l i ons.
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Kat i e: Tner e \ \ ' er en' t t oo many peopi e at t he
beach t hough, wer e t her e?
Hannah: Act ual l y, i t seemed qui t e
r A l
. . . . . . . . t o me.
Kati e: I real l y i i ked wai ki ng i n the streets i n the
evening. Everywhere was so clean and
modern.
Hannah: What do you mean? The streets were
absol utel y
(' )
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Katie: Well, I'm sorry you didn't enjoy it. I had a
. . . . . . . hol i dav!
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below. You need to use each adjective at least
twice.
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Complete the sentences so they are
6
7
(bi g)
as London.
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. (far) from So
of the hotel ? I thought
the food was absol utel y
I
the museum. I found i t
It was much too
i n the sea? The
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2
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The most expensi ve thi ng I' ve ever
true for you.
bori ng pl ace.
bought was
Kati e:
Hannah:
Katie:
Hannah:
Katie:
Hannah:
Katie:
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vi si t.
for an
holiday.
i s a real l y fasci nati ng pl ace to
is absolutely
is an extremely expensive
The weather
terrible.
shop.
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order and match the
the definitions.
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correct
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places to
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2 thyou bluc
3 msutdi a
4 yroctfa
5 rti sout cefi fo
6 tra yl l ager
Thi s i s where vi si tors to a
town can get maps and
i nformati on.
Thi s i s where you can see
pai nti ngs and scul ptures.
Thi s i s where you go to watch
footbai l matches and other
sporti ng events.
Thi s a pl ace where teenagers
can go to make new fri ends.
Thi s i s where you go i f
someone steal s somethi ng
from you.
Thi s i s where products are
made, l i ke cars for examPl e.
i s part of a l etter you recei ve from an
Look at this student's answer, read the questions below
and tick YES or NO.
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Does Stephan ...
a give all the necessary information?
b start and end the ietter in a suitable way?
c use enough l ong sdntences wi th connecti ng words
(e.g. Like, whiclt, because)?
d use a vari ety of di fferent structures?
e use some i nteresti ng vocabul arY?
() Stephan says:
'My
favourite mntot holiday is skiing.' Another
way to say this is:
'The
kind of holiday I enjoy the most is skiing"
Sometimes PET candidates write
'My
preferite holiday' or
'My
best
holiday', which are wrong.
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Uow you write a letter to your penfriend about your favourite kind
of holiday. Write about 100 words.
Make sure you don't make the same mistakes as Stephan.
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Read the text below and choose the correct word for each space.
For each question, mark the correct letter A, B, C or D.
Example:
0 A anybody B somebody C everybody D nobody
Answer:
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5 A
6 A
7 A
8 A
9 A
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Al though
for
si nce
on
to
amused
can
annoyi ng
have
most
Even
about
because
down
agai nst
cheerful
ought
exciting
coul d
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B
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B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
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c
c
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of
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back
with
smi l i ng
need
embarrassi ng
may
every
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D a s
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My
best
fri end
sent me an emai l wi th an
in#Ed
story' " "Ln'teres'l1'l!8 "'
My
room
is verY big and there is
f eel
bor i ng
at ni ght . - . . . . . ' . . . . . .
He
was so tired he fell asleeP as
home.
It's an amazing story and in my
Aol eci ' .es cescnbrng how peopl e feel
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Complete the puzzle with adjectives.
The letters down form another word.
I happv, and showi ng i t
2 rvorri ed about, or afrai d of, somethi ng
3 very unhappy, often for a long time
4 happy because nothi ng i s worryi ng you
5 feeling happy about your life and future
6 feeling unhappy about your life and future
7 very pleased about something that has happened
8 unhappy because somethi ng wasn' t as good as
you hoped
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4
5
6
7
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fut the words into four pairs of opposite
meanings.
a TV, so I won't
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opinion, it is a
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Look at the six sentences for this part.
You will hear a conversation between a girl, Holly, and a boy, Max, about having a party.
Decide if each sentence is correct or incorrect.
If it is correct, put a tick in the box under A for YES. If it is not correct,
put a tick in the
box under B for NO.
- A B
YES NO
I Hoiiy thinks l"{ax should invite people this week.
2 Max wants to invite more than twenty people-
3 Max says ail his friends have a lot ln common.
4 Holty says Max should buy some new CDs for the party.
5 Hoiiy and Max share the same opinion about playing a DVD.
6 In the end, Holly persuades Max to have the party on a Friday.
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of,these
sentences written by PET
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have
mistakes. Correct the errors-
great book.
The f i l m i s ext remel y exci t ed. . . . . . . . ' . . .
I was really surprised when I read the email.
The music is so nice and it makes you feel
rel axi ng.
I ivould like to see that thriller because I like
frightened films.
I was very unhappy and embarrassed at that
moment.
The airline lost my suitcase, so I felt very
annoyi ng
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Feelings
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r t r } a r t t r l a a a a a a a a a a l r a a . . a . l
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tvtate this diatogue sound more natural by
replacing expressions 1-10 with forms of should,
must, haue to, can and migft. Add pronouns like
ue where necessarv. In one case two answers are
possible.
Example:
I don' t thi nk i t' s possi bl e for us to get ti ckets.
we c^+L
Sam: If (1) it's impossible for us to go out tonight,
iet's go somewhere tomorrow.
Alex: Yes, I think
(2) it would be a good idea for us
to have an evening in the town centre.
Sam: OK, but onl y for a few hours. (3) I' m not
allowed to stay out very late.
Alex: Well, (4) it's possible we won't be back until
hal f past ten.
Sam: That' s ai l ri ght. (5) It i sn' t necessary for me to
be back before eleven.
Alex: So where do you think (6) it would be best to
go?
Sam: How about that new nightclub? (7) It's possible
it's open tomorrow.
Alex: IL's very- expensive. Let's go somewhere
(8) it's
unnecessar) to
PaY.
Sam: No, thanks.
Alex: Perhaps
[9)
it would be a mistake for us to go
out tomorrow, after ali.
Sam: Maybe (10) it would be a good idea for me to
go out wi th someone el se!
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Ci rcl e t he correct modal i n each sent ence.
l l ar:ah moy
/Q9/
mtght ski real l y wei l and she
of t en n' i ns compet i t i ons.
I might
/
can
/
couldn'f go to the party but I'm still
not sure.
This is our secret, so you mightn't
/
mustn't
/
don't ltave fo teli anyone eise.
It's dangerous to go into deep water if you
mi.ghtn't
f
can't
/
may nof swim.
I think you musf
/
should
/
Imve to
8o
out more
and meet new peopl e.
6 I don't feel very well so I may
/
can
/
haue to stay
in tonight.
7 Yor don't haue to
/
mustn't
/
mighf' come with
us if you don't want to.
8 Passengers ought to
/
must
/
should remain in
thei r seats whi l e the pl ane i s l andi ng.
9 May
/
Must
/
Could you please phone me in the
eveni ng?
10 To get a driving licence, yor may
/
sttould
/
haue
fo be 18 or over.
@fict
the sentences that are correct. Rewrite the
incorrect sentences. In some cases more than one
modal is possible. Three sentences are correct.
1 i may go out later with my friends, but I'm not
sure.
2 There's a lot of traffic today so the bus has to
arrive late.
3 Students might not talk during the written exam.
4 Paula plays the piano and she can sing quite well,
'
too.
5 You ought to wear a uniform when you're in the
army.
6 Children don't have to eat too much ice cream.
7 Tlrere-
$fy
not be time to go to the shops because
they cl ose soon.
. , /
I Yes, you can go out tonight but you might be home
no' l ater than 11pm.
9 I'm on holiday now so I mustn't get up eariy. It's
greatl
10 I haven' t got my watch on, but I thi nk i t can be
about 6.30 now.
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(letter)
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ly read the question and the student's answer in Exercise 2
below. Has she answered all parts of the question? What do you notice
about the style of the letter?
This is part of a letter you receive from an English penfriend.
Now write a letter answering your penfriend's questions.
\,Vrite your letter in about 100 words.
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Reading Part 2
The people below all want to rent a DVD to watch.
On the opposite page there are reviews of eight films.
Decide which film would be most suitable for each person.
Luke plays the guitar realiy well and wants to be a
recommended thi s fi l m because i t' s by a very good
what the musi c busi ness i s l i ke.
r t r t a r l t r a a l a a a a a a a t t t t
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musi ci an. Hi s parents have
director and it also shows
Dani el ' s i nterests are hi story and travel . He l i kes fi l ms wi th an exci ti ng story
and plenty of action. Tonight he wants to watch a movie with his girlfriend,
who i s studyi ng OId Engi i sh l i terature.
Alicia wants to rent a DVD to watch with
about animals that have a happy ending.
that are about things that really happen.
Eric wan,, ,l -ur.h a DVD with his
music. Eric likes films rvhich have a
better.
her family. The children enjoy stories
Alicia' s husband is interested in films
14 year-ol d grandson
posi ti ve message and
who loves sport and
which make you feel
Sophi e and her fri el ds are doi ng a fi l m-studi es
proi ect on fi l ms for teenagers'
They are i nterested i n romanti c comedi es about rel ati onshi ps betwee
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of thei r own age.
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. hero,, Beowulf,
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cmesto hetp
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monstei,Grrndl.
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Greyfriar's Bobby is a
wonderful story about,
fi i endshi p between anrnl s,
and
[eop1e,,nased
on' a tr,e,
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in wnicrr a,,ly*ng
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f'ut the letters in the correct order. The first letter
of each word is given.
I I deci ded not to go and see the fi l m because i read
a b a d ( V E K I WE ) r - - - o f i t .
2 I don't enjoy watching films with
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di dn' t stay to see the end. They l eft duri ng the
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thousands of seats.
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names of the TV
Programmes'
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Part 1
There are five
questions. For each
question there are
three
pictures and a short recording'
Choose the correct
picture and put a tick
(/) below it.
Example:
What di d the boy use to wear to school ?
B T
1 What has the boY
j ust bought?
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I' ve pl ayed the pi ano two
Years.
Emma doesn' t want to watch that fi l m because
she' s
seen i t. She saw i t i n the
ci nema when i t fi rst came out.
It's difficult to get tickets for the play at The King's
Theatre because i t' s onl Y
oPened.
I haven' t been to the ci rcus
I was
si x years ol d.
5 They haven' t finished making the new Spider' s
album
6 You don' t need to book the ci nema ti ckets. I' ve
done i t' I got them l ast ni ght'
7 I ' ve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . st ar t ed a dance cour se. I ' ve
onl y had one l esson so far but I reai l y enj oyed i t'
8 Have you seen t he news
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Pl aYed
together
a l ong ti me, so they' re feel i ng very nervous.
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of the verb in brackets, using the past simple or
present perfect.
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[stay)
up all night to finish the
book I was readi ng.
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yet.
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book when she
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your work using the checklist.
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In Writing Part 2 you often have to make
suggestions and offers. Look at these examples of
students' writing
a I suggest us to see Twi\igltL
b I suggest seeing Twiligtt-
c i suggest
you thi s fi l m because i t' s i nteresti ng'
d What about seeing TwLight?
e Let's see Twilight?
f I offer
you to book the ti ckets.
g Shal l I book the ti ckets?
h i can get the ti ckets i f
You
want.
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(s)
o
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has a punctuati on mi stake?
are OK?
for making
Can you think of anY other
Phrases
suggestions and offers?
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An Engl i sh fri end of yours cal l ed Isabel wants to go
the ci nema wi th
You
thi s weekend.
Wri te an emai l to Isabel . In your emai l you shoul d:
o
suggest which film to see
.
explain whY
You
want to see it
.
offer to book the ti ckets.
Write 35-45 words.
Now you write the email to Isabel.
Is your email the right length?
i s your emai l addressed to the ri ght person?
Are there apProPriate
Phrases
for
suggest i ng?.
expl ai ni ng?
. i . . . . .
offering?
Are there any spel l i ng or punctuati on errors?
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Mark the correct letter A, B or C.
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8o
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C take the trai n i f they arri ve by pl ane'
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You must not ride bicYcles here.
Only adults may ride bicycles here.
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want Jake to do?
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B do his homework
with him
C do all his homework for him
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B l bu have to be 16 to watch thi s.
C You won' t enj oy watchi ng thi s i f you' re 18'
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plotforms hove ticket mochines.
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You must get a ticket before
you go to the station'
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candi dates
have mi stakes. Correct the errors.
1 I need t o go now, because my l esson st art s i n t en
mi nutes.
2 I go to buy a bi gger wardrobe tomorrow.
3 I' m sorry, but i don' t wi l l be i n the Engl i sh cl ass
tomorrow.
4 What I' m goi ng to do duri ng these hol i days?
5 I thi nk I' i l take part i n the danci ng competi ti on but
I' m not sure.
6 You di dn' t goi ng to bel i eve thi s, but I di dn' t have
any probl ems.
7 I hope that the weather shal l be better at the end of
the week.
I I' m not goi ng to be abl e to come tomorrow because
I have a doctot's appointment.
9 There' s a movi e on toni ght, so we' l l meet everyone
at Carl a' s house at 7 pm.
10 I thi nk I' m goi ng to buy some fl ol vers to make my
room more beauti ful .
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nead Jessica's letter and choose the correct forrn
of the verbs in bold.
Part 1
Here are some sentences about a holiday.
For each question, complete the second sentence so
that it means the same as the first. IJse no more than
three words.
Example:
Our hol i days begi n next week.
We' re goi ng. .... ..0t*. t*ol i dnry. next week.
1 l t' s a 15-mi nute car
j ourney from the vi l l age to
t he coast .
I t t a k e s 1 5 . . . . .
car from the
vi i l age to the coast.
2 We' l I stay i n the car unti l we reach the end of
the road.
When we reach the end of the toad, we' l l get
. . . . . . . . t he car .
3 Then we' l l wal k to the beach.
Then we' l l
beach.
At thi s ti me of year, the water i s usual l y too col d to
swi m i n.
The watel isn' t
i n at thi s ti me of year.
5 We' ll probably stay in the village until the end
of Apri l .
We. . . . . . . . . .
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. . . . . . . . l eav e t he v i l l age
unti l the end of Apri l .
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will hear a woman called charlotte talking to an interviewer
about her work
as a weather forecaster.
For each
question, put a tick
(/) in the correct box.
1 How long has Charlotte been a TV
weather forecaster?
A two
Years
B three
Years
C five years
What does Charlotte enjoY most
about her
j ob?
A working on a shiP out at sea
B giving people useful information
C meeting
PeoPle
such as farmers
Who, according to Charlotte,
sometimes
cancel thei r
j ourney because of the forecast?
A car drivers
B rai l passengers
C aeroplane Pilots
4 Charlotte
says that nowadays
the television
A never correct about the next seven
daYs' weather.
B always correct about the next day's weather'
C usually correct about the next three
daYs' weat her.
5 Charlotte
says the use of modern technology
A has its advantages-and
disadvantages'
B means she is on TV much more often'
C makes the forecaster's
job simpler'
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wl ong.
C und,erstand
how difficult it is to forecast
the weather.
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Transport and weather
extremely, fairly,
quite, rathel really, very
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fairly,
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Across
3 the four parts of the year
4 when the sun i s shi ni ng
5 what we carry when i t' s rai ni ng
7 the cars, buses and trucks usi ng a road
10 thi s tel l s us about roads, pl aces and di stances
11 very
Down
1 short peri ods of rai n
2 wet weather wi th very strong wi nds
4 motorcycle with very small wheels
6 metal tracks that trains run on
I fairly, but not very
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to see
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6 Ivor is Tim' s
7 Ti m i s LucY' s
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1 I d, on' t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . my brot her' We argue about everyt hi ng'
2 My grandfather has...........
pl ayi ng tenni s at the age of 70!
3 My uncre i s very ri ch. He
.. hi s own busi ness twenty
years ago'
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Tt'
s For my grandmother's 60th birthday we are organising a surprise
pai"ty. we don't want her to
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she was fi fteen.
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the sentences follow the order of the text'
Look
at the sentences bel ow about two TV programmes.
Read
the text bel ow to deci de i f each sentence i s correct or i ncorrect.
ff it is correct, rnark A in the box next to each statement.
ff it is not correct, mark B in the box next to each statement'
1 This is the first series of- Brat Camp.
Z The ai m of the seri es i s to hel p mothers and daughters to get on better.
3 Mothers and daughters are deal t wi th ki ndl y at the camp.
4 Each programme i n the seri es shows the progress al l the mothers and daughters are maki ng.
5 It is possible to receive a copy of. Th"e Anatomy of Peace for free'
6 In Tlte World's Strictest Parents, the teenagers are all from the same country.
Z The programme rvants to prove that bei ng stri ct i s the best way to be a parent.
8 The teenagers stay wi th more than one host fami l y'
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The teenagers attend school whi l e they are stayi ng wi th the fami l y.
10 Duri ng thei r stay wi th the host fami l i es, the teenagers l earn why havi ng rul es i s i mportant.
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the sentences
so they are true lor you'
1 If I lived in the citY/countrY,
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you
feeL / felt
better, we wiLL
f
won't go out
toni ght.
2 lf I am
/
were more confident,I
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wouLd enjoy
acti ng more.
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/
grew lp, he'LL
/
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famous footballer.
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7et /
gof the tickets after schooi' I'd
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I'LL give
you the money tomortow'
Is that OK?
Now we live in the city but if we Live
/
Lived in the
country, I'd-
/
I'LLhave a tennis court in my garden'
Unless it sops
/
stopped raining, we'LL
/
we'd have
to cancel the
Picnic.
7 If.I had
/
would lmue more time, I'LL
/
I'd take up
the guitar again but ai the moment I've got to
study for mY exams.
8 When I lnue
/
wiLL hae a problem with my
friend.s, my mum heLps
/
would heLp me to sort
it out.
Luke won' t t al k t o her anY more'
l f my br ot her st udi ed har der at school '
she' l l
phone
You
st rai ght awaY'
l f you di dn' t l i ve so far awaY,
Dad woul dn' t
get so angry wi t h hi m'
l f Ol i ver di dn' t have t o vi si t hi s aunt on Sat urday,
he' d
pl ay i n the footbal l match'
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I won' t be abl e to get a car-
When Joe gi ves RubY t he message,
we woul d see each other more often'
lf Lizzy wasn't alwaYs so rude,
you onl y have to ask.
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or a short
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You
will hear a head teacher
information
to her students.
For
each
question, fill in the
in the numbered sPace.
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mi ssi ng i nformati on
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f ook at the exam task and the student' s answer
below. Find SIX punctuation mistakes and FOUR
spel l i ng mi stakes i n Ri cardo' s emai l .
You recently went to your aunt's wedding but your
English cousin wasn't able to go.
Write an email to your cousin. In your email you
should:
o
sdy what you enj oyed about the weddi ng
.
descri be your aunt' s new husband
.
ask your cousi n' s opi ni on of the photos you have sent.
Write 35-45 words.
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Vour English cousin recently got married but you
couldn't go to the wedding. Write an email to your
cousin. In your email you should:
ask her about the weddi ng
say why you coul dn' t go
say when you wi l l see her agai n.
Write 35-45 words.
Now check:
o
you have i ncl uded al l three poi nts.
o
your emai l i s the ri ght l ength.
your spel l i ng.
your punctuati on.
your grammar.
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for this
part'
You will hear a conversation
between
Mike' a
to play tennis.
Decide if each sentence
is correct or incorrect'
If it is correct,
put a tick
(/) in the box under
under B for NO.
tennis coach, and Abbie, a girl who wants to learn
A for YES. If it is not correct,
put a tick
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holds the racket
properly'
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watch tennis on television'
3 Abbie believes she is fit enough to be a top player'
4 Mike advises Abbie to start taking
part in competitions
now'
5 Abbi e and Mi ke agree she needs to study the rui es of tenni s'
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Part 4
Grammar
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halves'
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pl ayed by two peopl e.
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/
that
/
ahiclt
fel l ten metres.
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i s nol v r n hospi t al ,
Read t he t e. r t bel og'
each space.
and
mark the correct letter A, B, C or D. For each questi on,
Exampl e:
0 A before My friend Mickey has a pair of skis u.rhen
/
wh-ose
/
tvtticlt he never uses.
The lake in the mountains, where
/
wtticlt
/
that we
went swi mmi ng, was very col d.
People wlrc
/
wlrcse
/
whictt team always lose often
seem mi serabl e.
Let' s go dancing on Saturday, wtictt"
/
when
/
that
I' l l have more ti me.
Table tennis, that
/
whictt
/
when is very popular in
Chi na, can be exci ti ng to watch.
August is the month wltictt
/
when
/
wlrcre we all go
wi ndsurfi ng i n Tari fa, Spai n.
One driver, wlto
/
whose
/
that car had broken
down, was standi ng by the road.
Those are the hilis u,,hlclt
/
tul' tere
/
that they have
the mountai n-bi ki ng races.
Professi onal athl etes are peopl e that
/
wl tcl t
/
whose have to train everv dav.
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Wtrich of sentences I-12 would be correct
without a relative pronoun?
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2 A tel i
3 A usual
4 Awh o
5 Af o r
6 Au s e
7 Aa t
8 A t hat
9 A a
10 A much
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n itorm
B. medi um
B whose
B duri ng
B spend
B i n
B what
B any
B maj ori ty
C ever
C say
C standard
C where
C while
C give
C o n
C which
C the
C most
D soon
D report
D average
D when
Db v
D pay
Dt o
D why
D some
D 1ot
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l-{ealth and sport
Q
Complete the text with these nouns'
enieffi;,,,'breth"
rcompetition
injury
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Last year, my school organised a table-tennis
(1) .' - . . for al l fourth-Year
students. I,d never pl ayed on a proper tabl e-tenni s
(2) before, or agai nst such good
pl ayers. My fi rst match was agai nst Emi l i o Ramos' who
used a sPeci al
(3)
to hi t the bal l
really hard. It came over the
[4)
fast that I hardl y saw i t. I never stopped runni ng and
j umpi ng, and soon I was out of
(5)
SO
suddenl y, he stoPPed. He had an
[7)
to hi s l eft ankl e, and he needed
(B)
from the school nurse. I' d won!
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Read the clues and complete the crossword'
Across
1 something that shows
you are not well
2 strong and in good health
5 sound that comes from
Your
throat
7 common illness which is not very serious
8 blue or black mark on
Your
skin
t2 person who i s not wel i
14 small, round
piece of medicine that you swallow
15 i i l ness caused bY i nfecti on
and had very iittle
(6)
,
sure that Emi l i o' woul d
easi l y beat me'
Down
1 not feeling well
3 not i n good heai th
4 pai n, parti cui arl y i n your head, ear
6 cause
Pai n
to
Part
of
Your
bodY, or
9 painful
10 in good health
11 damage
Part
of
Your
bodY
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13 person who takes care of peopi e i n
. . . l ef t . I was
but then,
or stomach
to another
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Par t 3
l st or r ' )
Lram aduire
l you decide to write a story, make sure ysur text fits the title
or the sentence you are given. Never change the title or this
sentence
in anY waY.
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Stuay the exam task and answer questi ons l -4.
Your English teacher has asked you to write a story.
This is the title for your story: The missing case.
I What are the key words i n the i nstructi ons?
2 Who wi l l read your story?
3 Whi ch words do
you have to use? Where do
they go?
4 Do you have to wri te the story i n the fi rst person
(I), or the thi rd person (he/she/i t), or can you
choose whi ch you prefer?
O t ,
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r h s ?
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- . , . : - . ' . 1. : ' - t . c: t i - r e st or y f i t t he t i t l e?
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and ver b t enses?
Is there a good range of vocabul arY?
What ki nd of endi ng does the story have?
Yes/No
Yes/No
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6
7
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No* write your own story, following the exam
instructions in 1.
Check your writing:
I s i t t he ri ght l engt h?
Are there paragraphs?
What l i nki ng words di d you use? ... . . ..
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Read the story written by a PET candidate.
Find and correct these three mistakes:
.
an i ncorrect verb form
o
a relative pronoun
.
a preposi ti on of pi ace.
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A
question
of
taste
Stel l a wants to book a speci al
fami l y
meal for her grandmother's
B0th birthday'
There wi l l be a mi x of ages so the menu
needs to
Provi de
for a wi de range of
tastes.
Steila's
grandmother
finds it
d.ifficult
to hear so she doesn't
want to
take her anywhere
which has loud music'
El i zabeth
wants to book somewhere
to
celebrate
her daughter's
l8th birthday'
She wants to invite about 20 familY
members
and cl ose fri ends' She i s l ooki ng
for somewhere
speci al
that can offer a
reasonably
priced dinner'
She'd like the
atmosph.i.
to be friendly
and informal'
Patrick
wants to celebrate
his first
wedding
anniversary'
He wants to go to
a first-class
restaurant
and doesn't mind
how much i t costs. He' d l i ke somewhere
that attracts
famous
people and for which
hi s wi fe can
Put
on her best dress'
Sadi e
wants to book a restaurant
to
celebrate
the end of exams with a group
of si x fri ends.
They don' t want to spend
much money but want to go somewhere
with a liveiy atmosphere
and interesting
f ood.
Keith wants to celebrate
his son Danny's
birthdaY
bY taking
him to trY some
iop
quality cookirig
by a well-known
chef'
Onny is studying
restaurant
management
ut .oti.g. and wants to run his own high-
ci ass restaurant
one daY'
Reading
Part
2
The
people below all want'to
go to a restaurant
for a
celebration.
Decide
whlch restaurant
would
be the most suitable
for each
Person.
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frut the words in the correct
order and answer the
questions.
I you
/
cnt
/hair /
your
/
have
/
do
/
?
How often
2 teeth
/
di d/ checked
/your /
youl l ast
/have /?
have
/
youl photo
/
taken
/
your
/
do
/
?
How often
l ast/ eyes
/have /
dl d
/
you
/
yourl tested/ ?
When
5 get
/
y6
/
do
/repl aced /
mobi l e phone
/
your
/
?
have/bedroom/ pai nted/ Iast
/
di d
/
your
/
you
/
?
When
l ast/ get/you
/
yourl fi xed/ computer
/
di d
/
?
When
do
/
get / passpor t / changed
/ you/ yow / ?
How often
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i n t he pr esent si mpl e, pr esent
cont l nuous or uast si mpl e i or m.
.ger,1
hi s car washed weeki y.
[have)
her car repai red now.
(have) a speci al cake made for
bi r t hday.
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2 , ) - ' - - - .
3 \ I u: : :
mi - l ast
4 Joshua
dry cl eaner' s
We . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . .
Saturday.
He . . . . . . . . . . . .
[get)
hi s sui ts cl eaned at the
once a mont h.
.
fhave)
our new TV del i vered l ast
.
[have)
his computer fixed at the
moment.
Isabel l e and Vi cky .. . .. (get) new dresses
specially made for their sister's wedding next May.
Our fami l y ..... . .
fhave)
our photo taken
for the l ocal newspaper i ast week.
2
3
A
D C
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Vocabulary
Match the signs to the places.
1 Dry cl eaner' s
Garage
Hai rdresser' s .
4 Post office
70/ A\scow\l
fhis F.rohfh ot'r atll boflles
o* shatr^,rgoo
'
8e mrag rw* he
pmssl hEe &e neretmwe
stmsTs fr*mr sE{ *es.
ome-made wqrd-
winning sausdgee
Eold here.
We recommend
patents make regular
appointments.
Li br ar y. . .
Butcher' s
8 Travel agent
Fines for the late
return of all items will
go up on April l.
Pl ease check i f
you need a vi sa
for your chosen
desti nati on.
Pl ease ask about
our f ast del i ver y ser vi ce
f or smal l par cel s
( under
1k) .
Femse rnmfue ${Jre
Emw
hew*
Sstrr
tEres
et'eefued regu$nrEg.
A question of taste
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l : r : eve t o eat i n t he r est aur ant ?
Li st eni ng
Part I
,FJ,arn
ffige1'
rintiirriu vur
answer before the end ol the conversation'
,vlu,iav miss-some important information.
Then check your
ffi
tt'l,..u.''..i'Wl'P'f*tl'9
l"l
" secnd ri{en ins
For each
question there are three
pictures
and a short recording.
Choose the correct
picture and
put a tick
(/)
in the box below it.
c I
Exampl e: What di d the boy use to wear to school ?
c I
B n
c a
5 What has the man had done?
1 What does the woman need?
What kind of fruit does the girl decide to bull
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c n
2 What time is the girl's appointment?
A I
B n
c n
What is the woman complaining
about?
A N
B
7 What does the boY want to borrow?
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Exam advice
In the exam task, you might need to apdogtse tc
sorneone or i nvi te them to somethi ng- Thi nk aDcut
the type of l anguage you need to do thi s-
() Read the exam task and then the erampl es of
students' wri ti ng. Ti ck the correct sentences.
You receive a postcard from an English-speaking
friend,
called Tom, telling you about the bad
experience
he had on holiday at a pizza restaurant
you recommended.
Write a note to leave in Tom's locker. In your note
you should
.
apol ogi se for recommendi ng the restaurant
.
expl ai n why you thi nk the restaurant has changed
o
i nvi te hi m to another pi zza restaurant.
Wri te 35-40 words.
Examptres of students writing
A.pologising
I' m sorry about you had a bad experi ence
at the restaurant.
I' m sorry to recommend l he ptzza restaurant.
I' m sorl y for recommendi ng the przza restaurant.
I apol ogi se for recommendi ng the pi zza restaurant'
Apol ogi es for recommendi ng the ptzza restaurant.
Expl ai ni ng
f I expi ai n you what I thi nk happened.
s i t hi nk t her e must be a new chef at
b
l he pi zza restaurant.
h The onl y expl anati on I can thi nk of i s
that the cook was i l l .
Inviting
i I would to invite you to dinner.
j
I want to invite to another restaurant.
k i ' d l i ke to i nvi te you to another restaurant.
I I will you invite to another restaurant.
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1 i ncl udes al l three
Poi nts?
2 i s about the ri ght l ength?
3 i s ended wel l ?
4 , contai ns spei l i ng mi stakes?
5 contai ns
Punctuati on
mi stakes?
6 contai ns
grami nar mi stakes?
7 uses more food vocabul arY?
n r r e n t i r ?
: . - . i r g and
punct uat i on cor r ect ?
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fq
Read the task and the two students' notes'
Ansrver the ouesti ons bel ow wi th A, B or Both.
coming to visit you and
your favourite restaurant.
r note vou should
refer
here together.
Note B
r
Conservi ng
nature
Readwhat Cl ai r edi dandt hequest i onsbel ow. For
each
question, choose
the correct
answer
A' B' C
or D.
I What is the writer, Claire, trying to do in the text?
A gi ve the i eader i nformati on
about Borneo
B adVi se
peopl e not to work i n the Borneo rai nforest
C descri be
how she fel t when she was i n Borneo
D explain what kind of work she did in Borneo
What does Cl ai r e t ei l ot her
PeoPl e?
A EverYone
must do the same as her'
B Few
PeoPl e
can do the same as her'
C NobodY
shoul d
do the same as her'
D AnYbodY
can do the same as her'
What does Cl ai re say about her stay i n the rai nforest?
A She had enough
of everythi ng
that she needed'
B She enj oyed
havi ng
a comfortabl e
room there'
C She real l y mi ssed
some thi ngs
from her home'
D She knew she coul d deal wi th every
probl em'
How di d Cl ai re feel about l i vi ng i n the rai nforest?
A The experi ence
had changed
her atti tudes'
B She mi ssed
bei ng
wi th her fri ends at home'
C It was difficult
to rnake new friends there'
D She was pl eased everyone
l i ked her cl othes'
Whi ch
postcard di d Cl ai re
wri te near the end of her
stay in Borneo?
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A
B
Reading
Part
4
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[ ] se t he pr esent si r npl e or t he pJ: t : i nr r l e i n t he
passi ve.
L st r - ear , some of us deci J. ec
much
(1) wS was-i
c-
and t he answer was cl ear: f ar
paper, pl ast i c, met al and gi ass
(throw out) wi th other rubbi sh,
t 3) [ recycl e).
and pl asti c bottl es (4)
on the fl oor next to the machi nes, and ol d books,
magazi nes and papers (5) (mi x)
wi th other waste. We
[6)
..
[shock)
by what we found, so a meeti ng wi th our teachers
Ot i " : ' - '
. r : : :
- . , i t . . -
: ci l t e i ' l cCs about a vi si t
I t , . j : "i :
j i :
' . t 1f , . .
F- t l r 1- 10, compl et e
t he . ecr - ' l t d sc' l ' t t ence so t hat i t means
t he - r ne as t he r i r st . Use no mor e
t han t hr ee r t ' or ds, i ncl udi ng a passi ve
I i t t l e mat er i al
dr i nk cans
(l eaveJ
. - : ^. :
' , , , ' . ek
i he schooi t ook us t o a saf ar i par k.
\\' e to a safari
par k l ast week.
Before we arri ved. the teacher sai d we had to be
car ef ul .
We . . . that we had to
be careful before we arri ved.
stay on the bus al l the
any ti me,' she
verb form.
t i me, ' she sai d.
to eet off
'You
must
' You
ar e. . .
the bus at
that occasi on.
Si x hungry l i ons
Our bus
h r l n c v r r l i n n q
(7)
bi g changes (B)
way the school
(arrange). As a resul t, some
J."i, *,,n *.,,.. S:L'1.:,:i'".
staff
(9) (ask) to put al l cans
and pl asti c contai ners i nto speci al bi ns next to the
dri nks machi nes, waste paper (10)
(col l ect) from each ci assroom every week, and bottl es
[11)
(separate) i nto three col ours:
green, brown and cl ear gl ass. There' s sti l l a l ot to do,
but we' re pl eased that nowadays so much of the waste
materi al from our school
[12)
(use)
agai n i nstead of bei ng burnt or bui i ed, whi ch i s so bad
for the envi ronment.
4 When we got i nto the park they showed us the
l i ons.
We . .. the l i ons when
got
i nt o t he nar k .
The staff i n the park usual l y feed the i i ons every
morni ng.
The l i ons everY
morni ng by the staff.
But on that occasi on somebody made a mi stake.
Fortunatel y, one of the
near us.
Fortunately, the lions
He quickly gave the hungry
The hungry ani mal s
' These
l i ons. never
l aughi ng.
Laughi ng, he sai d
suddenl y approachedour bus.
. . . by si x
staff saw the l i ons comi ng
coml ng near us.
ani mal s a huge meal .
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by t hese l i ons ! '
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Li st eni ng Par t 2.
Fsam advice
Not ail of the informaon in the ;eccidr*g i.s tesed"
gc
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dsn't
need to understand everything
,{ou
hear Corrcentrate on the
points that are tested.
You wi l l hear a man cal l ed Nei l Curran tal ki ng
about wi l dl i fe programmes on tel evi si on.
For each question, put a tick
(/) in the correct box.
1 What time can you see Wi\dlife on Three today?
A a t 6 p m
B at 6. 45 pm
C at 7.30 pm
Tomorrow' s programme on Indi an wi l dl i fe
i s mai nl y about
A unusual f i sh.
B i nsect s and bi rds.
C l arge ani mal s.
Desert Watch describes
plants that
A get water from the air.
B di e when i t doesn' t rai n.
C grow ci ose to ri vers.
What i s the probl em on the i sl and?
A There are few rabbits left.
B There aren' t enough
Pl ants.'
C Cats are attacki ng the bi rds.
What i s the pl an for the coast?
A to l et the water partl y cover the l and
B to encourage bi rds to l eave the area
C to prevent sea water fl oodi ng the l and
Why, accordi ng to Nei l , are wi i dl i fe programmes
so popul ar ?
A They always have a lot of varietY.
B Peopl e of di fferent ages can enj oy them.
C They are on quite early in the evening.
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Str.Ov the exam task and answer
questi ons 1-4'
This is part of a letter you receive from an English
penfri end.
Now write a letter, answering
your penfriend's
questions. Write your letter in about 100 words.
1 What are the key words i n the i nstructi ons?
2 Who do you have to write to?
3 What does thi s
Person
tei l
You?
4 What does he or she want to know?
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C
Find and correct twelve mistakes in this letter
written by a PET candidate. For each one, write
uerb
form,
preposition, word order, uocabulary,
orticle, singular/plaral or spelling.
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5 I s t her e a good r ange of gr amma ar
' , ' ocabui ar r - l
6 Whi ch common l et t er - r , vr i t i ng expr essi ons ar e used at t he begi nni ng and end?
Vocabulary
The nat unal warl d
Read the clues and cornplete the crossword.
Across
3 ani mal wi th a tai l that l i ves i n 13 down
7 oi l , pet r ol , coal , gas, wood, et c.
8 bi g ani mal someti mes hunted i n forests
9 l arge repti l e wi th sharp teeth
10 gi ve food to an ani mal
L2 ani mal that someone keeps at home
L7 the bi ggest l and ani mal on Earth
l 8 bi g fi sh wi th very sharp teeth
19 al l pl ants, ani mal s, materi al s, weather, etc.
20 l arge ani mal wi th bi ack and whi te l i nes
Down
1 the Earth goes i ound thi s once a year
2 water that i s frozen and sol i d
4 l arge ani mal that l i ves i n Austral i a
5 ani mal s, bi r ds, f i sh, i nsect s, pl ant s, et c.
6 hi q st r ons
ani mal wi t h t hi ck hai r v v l o ,
9 contai ner wi th metal bars where ani mal s
are kept
11 bi g fri endl y ani mal that l i ves i n the sea
12 energ% parti cul ari y from ei ectri ci ty
13 vei y tal l pl ant wi th branches and l eaves
14 l arge area wi th i ots of 13 down
l 5 bi g, l i ght brown wi l d cat
16 any ani mal , bi rd, fi sh or i nsect
-
but not a plant
\yi
b-
Conservi ng nature
What dd
you say?
Part 4
Read the text and
questions below.
For each question, mark the correct letter A, B, C or D'
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Complete the sentences in reported speech.
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'I
don't know the answer.'
He sai d
answer.
'Dad
is going to
Mum said Dad .
that day.
What is e writer's main ptrpoc
in rridnt rhis
article?
A to inform people abour metbods of
communication in the past
B to show the disadvantages of the way people
communicate today
C to persuade people to stop using mobile phones
D to compare different types of phone
conversations
What point does the writer make about using
telephones before the invention of mobile phones?
A Using a telephone was very expensive.
B Phone calls were much shorter.
C People made fewer phone calls.
D People were more dependent on public
telephones.
What does the writer think about life before
mobile phones?
A It was more inconvenient.
B People were more punctual.
C Things were more relaxed.
D Everyone managed very well.
What is the wliter's main argument against mobile
phones?
A They have damaged relationships.
B lt's impossible to escape from them.
C They are bad for our health.
D We give out too much personal information.
Which rvord best describes how the writer feels
about the use cf mobile
phones?
A angry
B excited
C anxious
D surpri sed
3
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rever been to Australia-'
ltey sd
Ausralia.
4
'l'm
sorry that I didn't do my homework.'
homework.
5
'Tom
will phone you romorrow.'
She said
day.
the next
6
'Maria
and Jane finished universitv last vear.'
He sai d
before.
7
'I
can't remember where I bought my watch.'
Gr anddad sai d. . .
watch.
8
'My
laptop is
She sai d. . . . . . . .
emai l s.
broken, so I can't send any emails.
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fook at the reported commands and write the
instructions.
Example
The teacher told them to write an essav for
homework.
'Write
an essay
for
homework.'
I Her mum tol d her to go to bed.
2 She told him to phone as soon as he arri ved.
3
Fi l i e' s
brother tol d her not to use hi s i Pod.
4 Mv teacher told us not to worry about the exam.
5 We told thern.rrot to eat all the chocolate.
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take you to the station today.'
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pr eposi t i on
of l oc r i Ll n. Sr l nl et i mes
mor e t han one answer i s
possi bl e.
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these gates.
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Listening
Part 3
You will hear a radio presenter giving some
information about a new exhibition.
For each
question, fill in the missing information
i n the numbered sPaces.
Danger! Do not wal k
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t ne Drroge.
New burger restaurantl
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' . . . .
the ci nema.
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PhotograPhs
the museum.
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the fl ags.
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Read the instl' ucticns carefully. if ihe
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right.
You have to wri te a story for your Engl i sh reacher.
Your story must begi n wi th thi s sentence:
I was really surprised when I read ttte emall.
Write your story in about 100 words.
Now answer the questions
below. Tick one or both
boxes for each
question.
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2
a
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\,Vhich story
has a ci ear endi ng?
i s easy to understand?
makes mi stakes wi th reported
speech?
contai ns punctuati on errors?
contai ns a spel l i ng error?
repeats the same l i nki ng word(s)
several ti mes?
has the ri ght number of words?
4
6
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Correct the errors in the stories.
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Write your own story beginning with the
sentence
'I
wos really sarprised when I read t.rc email.,
Wri te about 100 words. Rememter to check your
work
carefully.
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You can use your dictionary.
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,, duvet
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afaim clock
hai rdri er,", freez0f' , sheets ,.,
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these nouns in two groups: countable
and uncountable. Write the plural form of the
countable nouns. You can use your dictionary.
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room.
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Daily life
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complete the past simple form of these irregular verbs.
I eat
2 buy
3 drive
4 have
5 leave
a
a
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o
t
a
Dri ve to school
Buy a train/bus ticket
Take the dog for a walk
Learn some new Engl i sh words
Lose your mobi l e phone
Ri ng for a taxi
Leave the house earl y i n the,morni ng
Spend a lot of time doing homework
Eat a sandwich for lunch
d _ _ _ e
h _ _
I
6 l earn
b _ _ _ _ t z l o s e I
I ri ng r
9 spend s
10 take t
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n{atctr the functions A-D with the
examples 1-8.
A apol ogi si ng
B inviting
C suggesti ng
D explaiffig
Would you like to watch the football
match at my house?
We coul d meet on Thursday after
school .
I can' t come to the ci nema because
I' ve got to fi ni sh my Hi story essay.
I' m sorry I coul dn' t go to your party.
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footbail on Saturday.
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That's why I was late for school.
There's one ticket left for the concert if
you' d l i ke to come.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Why don't you tell your teacher about
the probl em?
@
write the nouns under the correct verbs. some of the nouns
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rict the things you do every day. Tick which things you
didn't do yesterday. Write sentences.
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v
esterda
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b board
f tyre
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backpack
d wave
h wetsuit
I sl eepi ng bag
have similar meanings.
1 A neighbour looks after my cats when I'm away'
2 I set out at 6.30 am on SaturdaY.
3 I might take up a hobbY.
4 i'm working hard to catch up with everyone else'
5 I won't give up attempting to break the record.
6 I dor't feel like going out at the moment.
7 I get off at the last station.
8 I can deal with
probiems like this.
I stay on the trai n al l the way there.
I' m doi ng al l I can to reach the same l evel as
the others.
I'd prefer to-slaY in right now.
I know what to do about this kind of situation.
My
j ourney begi ns earl y i n the morni ng thi s weekend'
When I'm not at home, somebody takes care of my peis
for me.
I thi nk I' l i start doi ng an acti vi ty i n my spare ti me'
I' m goi ng to keep tryi ng to do i t better than
anyone el se.
If vou need to, You
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pictures A-D.
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using your
a guitar
e wheel
i hel met
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them in
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Uni t 4
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write the words.
buy s. . . . . .
g n s
al -
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t ake p
tourist office
pol i ce stati on
Entrance
free.
Please do not
take photos.
Pl ease di al
t he emergency
number i f we
ar e cl osed.
done for vou.
department store
museum
Open from
8-1O.OOpm.
Everyone aged
15-17 welcome,
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circle the two adjectives that fit in each sentence.
The restaurant was quite modern
/
crowd_ed.
/
tiny.
The internet caf is really expensiue
/
bi1
/
deep.
The shopping centre is absoluteiy
fantasc /
old
/
terrtble.
The river is very
filt@ /
dirty
/
narrow.
the stadium is absolutely
modern
/
enormous
/
wonderfut.
The market is extremeiy
tnteresting
/ fascinoting /
cheop.
The factory was quite noisy
/
terrible
/
d.angerous.
The town is extremely lively
/
great
/
nice.
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1-6 with the information
A-F.
4
5
3
6
2
5
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youth
club
town hal l
Satle lrow
o\.
.All sporfs
equipu,renf
harl price.
What do tlnk
aboat our local
seruices? Public
meetng here on
Thursday.
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8
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He di dn' t catch a ti ny fi sh.
He caught an . . . . . . . . . . . . f i shl
He didn' t dive into deep water.
He di ved i nt o. . . . .
wat er !
It wasn' t freezi ng col d i n the tent.
I t was
. . . hot .
It wasn' t flat where we went walking.
I t was . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . !
The atmosphere at the pany wasn' t lively.
It was I
It wasn' t safe to swi m i n the sea.
It was I
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How do you feel? Cornplete the sentences with
can use your dictionarY.
When you're feeling:
1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,
you want somet hi ng t hat someone
el se has.
the adjectives. You
ffiffi"
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Wfrich of 1-10 in 1a do you think are positive
emotions,
which are negative, and which are neither
positive nor negative? Put
+ or
-
next to the positive
and negative adiectives.
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fitt in the gaps with the correct
preposition: about,
of or utith.
1 Some chi i dren are afrai d
"" the dark'
2 I' m sorry
... . - forgetti ng to phone you'
3 I was embarrassed
' .. ... my si l l y mi stake'
4 Ben was sati sfi ed
..... the work he' d done'
5 Chl oe i s proud . . . . . . . her daught errs success.
6 I ' m angry
. -. . . . . Sarn f or t el l i ng me l i es'
7 I was di sappoi nted.
... . . the food i n that caf.
8 We were sad. . . . . . . . . l eavi ng our ol d house'
g
Al ex i s f r i ght ened . . . . . some i nsect s'
10 I ' m not sure. . . . . . . . .
t he dat e of t he weddi ng'
2
3
4
J
6
7
........., you' re unhappy about somethi ng
that' s happened.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , you t hi nk somet hi ng i s f unny.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , you want somet hi ng t o happen soon'
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,
you don' t want t o do any work.
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words you formed in Exercise 1. Then write your
own sentences containing the other four words.
1 Trai ns f i rst ran on t hi s . . . . . 150 years ago.
2 Touri sts use a ... to fi nd a good hotel .
3 I carri ed everythi ng i n my . so that my
hands were free.
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d athletics
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score more than them.
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Thi s can be made of gl ass, pl asti c or paper.
You put your food on it.
Thi s i s made of wood or metal . You cl i mb on i t
when you want to paint a ceiiing.
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Thi s i s made of wood. It' s usual l y kept cl osed so
that cows and sheep i n fi el ds can' fescape.
Thi s i s usual i y made of gl ass.
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Thi s i s usual l y made of pl asti c.
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or Chi nese?
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1 In the Arcti c there are some fasci nati ng
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2 The best way to travel in the city centre is by
......... tronsport.
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getting smaller.
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7 These new . ..... bul bs use much l ess el ectri ci ty
than the ol d ones.
8 That food i sn' t fresh. Put i t i n the . ....... bn now.
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protect i nvent col l ect
2 advertise develop
enjoy entertain
improve replace
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inform relax
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Social interaction and directions
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Complete the sentences with one of the words in
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what peopl e are sayi ng.
You shoul dn' t use. . . . . . . . . i n your Engi i sh
essays.
I . . . . . . . onl i ne wi t h my f ri ends every day.
You shoul d al ways .... . what you thi nk
and be honest wi th peopl e.
I send about twenty ........ a day, whi ch my
dad thi nks i s too many.
I wonder i f I can .... .. for her tel ephone
number.
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Fred lives at number 10, Summer Road.
1 Fred' s house i s between the caf and the
bank.
From the caf you have to wal k past two
bui l di ngs to get to the park.
There' s a bus stop i n front of Fred' s house.
There' s a l arge tree behi nd the bank.
Insi de the caf i t' s very crowded and there
are peopl e wai ti ng outsi de.
The l i brary i s opposi te the park.
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A cat has cl i mbed on the roof of the bank.
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12 cooker 13 bul b 14 bl anket 16 mi rror 17 si nk
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House and home
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I wal l 2 ki tchen 3 di ni ng room 4 hal l
5 stai rs 6 roof 7 cei l i ng 8 bedroom
9 l i vi ng room l 0 bathroom 11 l avatory
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bathroom: shower
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wash basin
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swi tches, bi ns, pl ugs, curtai ns, cottages, bl i nds,
steps, shel ves
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Vocabul ary
1 fai l ed; take 2 study; make 3 mi ssed; spend
4 had; made 5 study; i ose 6 l earn; sPend
7 spend; take 8 mi ss; take 9 l ost 10 made
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wal ki ng 4 was studyi ng; was cryi ng 5 met; was
wai ti ng 6 di dn' t fi ni sh; wasn' t l i steni ng 7 di dn' t
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l Wh a t g 2 Wa s c 3 Di d a 4 Wh o b 5 Wh a t f
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Hi Anna
I'm sorry that I couLdn't come slnpping with you
yesterd.ay bat I lnd too much French homeutork. Did
you have a good shopping trip? Con- I come to your
house tomorrow to see what you bought?
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Vocabul ary
i a i , . r i ' e
O t . , . 2 : c . ^: : - .
7 l ost 8 r ang 9
Extra
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2 c 3 D 4 A s c 6 D z B 8 c
Uni t 3
Readi ng Part 4
1 A 2 8 3 D 4 8
Gr ammar
O z to lend
->
lending 3 play
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to play 4 to spend
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spending 5 buying
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to buy 6 be
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to be
7 to miss
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missing 8 stay
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staying 9 taking
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to take 10 doing
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to do
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u correct ; b correct 2 a bri ngi ng
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to turn off; b buying
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to
buy 4 a correct; b correct 5 a to go--> goi ng; b to
watch
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watchi ng 6 a correct; b to see
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seei ng
Li st eni ng Part 2
1 A 2 C 3 A 4 8 5 C 6 A
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I breathing 2 forward to 3 going 4 afford to
5 prefer campi ng
Vocabul ary
Across: 2 cycl i st 4 hel met 6 fee 7 surf 10 book
11 cook 12 di ve 13 heal thY
Down: l val ue 2chess 3t ent 5af f or d 6f ancy
8 bi ke 9 camera 10 brush
sport
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homework
breakfast
money
a suggesti on
fri ends
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fun
money
ti me
friends
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Vocabul ary Extra
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piloics ilere before moving on to CtriEffifii
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have a gui ded wal ki ng tour.
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unknown,
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impatient,
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2 same
3 di fferent; There aren' t many ports i n the worl d that
are as busy as Shanghai .
4 di fferent; The Burj Dubai i s much tai l er than the CN
tower.
5 different; You need to pay more to live on Avenue
Pri ncess Grace than on Fi fth Avenue.
6 same
@t saf est
2noi si er 3hi l l i est 4best Sheavi er
6 bi g 7 better 8 further 9 wettest 10 dangerous
Vocabul ary
Q1
terri bl e 2 fasci nati ng 3 bori ng 4 cheap
5 expensive 6 warm 7 freezng 8 crowded
9 filthy 10 fantastic
@l rery:
bori ng, cheap, expensi ve, warm, crowded, noi sy
really: all of them
absolutely/extremely: terrible, fascinating, freezing,
filthy, fantastic
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4 factory
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si mpl e. d No. He uses one comparati ve and one
superi ati ve structure, whi ch i s good. But he onl y uses the
present si mpl e tense. e No. He onl y uses basi c adj ecti ves
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Readi ng Part 3
1 A 2 B 3 8 4 A 5 A 6 8 7 8 8 8
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6 houses
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cheerful /depressed, nervous/rel axed, posi ti ve/
negati ve, del i ghted/di sappoi nted
Li steni ng Part 4
1 A 2 8 3 8 4 8 5 A 6 A
@t enor mous
2shal l ow 3boi l i ng 4hi l l r ' 5ci ul l
6 dangerous
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t modern; crowded 2 expensi ve; bi g
3 fantasti c; terri bl e 4 di rty; narrow
5 enormous; wonderful 6 i nteresti ng; cheap
7 noi sy; dangerous 8 l i vel y; ni ce
Unt 5
Readi ng Part 5
1 A 2 8 3 C 4 A 5 C 6 D 7 D 8 B 9 A l O B
Vocabul ary
QZ
Uorea 3 correct 4 correct 5 exci ti ng 6 correct
7 rel axed 8 fri ghteni ng 9 correct 10 annoyed
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must 4 correct 5 ought to
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have to 6 don' t have
to
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shouldn' t 7 correct 8 might
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rnust
9 musn' t
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don' t have to 10 can
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may/might/
coul d/must
Wri ti ng Part 3
QVes.
Parts of i t are too formal .
@
t haue received
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Thanks for; I apologise to you
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Sorry; extremel y enj oyabl e
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great!; I have no further
information to add at the present time
->
Well, that's
all for now; I look forward to hearing from
1lou
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Pl ease wri te soon; Yours si ncerel y
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Best wi shes
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FeeI i ngs
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1
j eal ous
2 upset 3 amused 4 i mpati ent
l azy 6 curi ous 7 ashamed 8 confi dent
9 nervous 10 pl eased
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amused, confident,
pl eased.
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ner vous.
Nei t her posi t i ve nor negat i ve
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7 wi th 8 about 9 of 10 about
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6 cheerful
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posi ti ve, stupi d: negati ve 3 mean: negati ve,
generous: posi ti ve 4 ki nd: posi ti ve, cruel : negati ve
5 bori ng: negati ve, i nteresti ng: posi ti ve 6 cheerful :
positive, miserable: negative
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Unit 7
Readi ng Part l
1 A 2 8 3 C 4 8 5 8
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I' m goi ng to buy 3 I don' t
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4 usually warm enough 5 probably won't
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t stayed 2 hasn' t deci ded 3 read 4 have vi si ted
5 watched 6 have known 7 haven' t worn
8 became
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grammatically incorrect: a, c, f
has a punctuation mistake: e
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Let's see TwiLigttt.
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OK: b, d, g, h
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I' m sorry I recommended Barney' s. Last ti me i t was
very good but perhaps the chef has4eft. I will take
you to a better pi zza restaurant next ti me I see you.
When woui d you l i ke to go?
See you soon,
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r tre didn't/did not know
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3 they had/they'd nevet been
4 was sorry she hadn' t/had not done her
5 Tom would phone me
6 they had/they'd finished university
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12 pet 17 el ephant 18 shark 19 nature 2O zebra
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Snel l i ns mi st ake:
deci ci on
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dec' S' on
Punctuati on mi stakes are underl i ned; grammar mi stakes
i n bol d:
In the fi rst l i ne i coul dn' t bel i eve that i t was the truth,
but it was! I had won a prize of about ten thousand
American dollars. But (could replace with' Howeuer,' )
there was a probi em. I needed to go personal l y to get the
prize. But (could replace with' Unfortunately,) it was the
same date as my final physics exam! I didn' t know what
I could dolto do. I spoke with my parents and they told
me that i t was my deci si on. I spoke wi th my teacher and
he said I could take the exam the week after.
Story B
I sai d to
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i ol d my mother I was sl eepi ng at Ana' s house
and she sai d to
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tol d hers she was sl eepi ng at my house.
Vocabulary Extra
Soci al i nteracti on and di recti ons
Qt t . i t
2communi cat e 3sl ang 4chat 5say 6t ext s
7 ask 8 speak
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i rcnt of 2 behi nd 3 over/across 4 Opposi te
the nght 6 on the l eft 7 i nsi de/i n 8 between
Wr r t i ng Par t 3
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f Both stori es have a cl ear endi ng, al though story A
rs more successful at thi s.
2 Story B. Because of frequent punctuati on and
grammar errors, the reader has to make more effort
to understand story A.
-1 Story A: thev tell me it is my decicion, he said I can
take the exam next week
Story B: I said my motlrcr, slte said hers
4 Story A contai ns four punctuati on mi stakes.
5 Story A contai ns one spel l i ng error.
6 Story A repeats buf three ti mes.
Story B repeats so and but several ti mes.
7 St ory B i s t oo l ong (136 words).
hel l o, goodbye
Ii es, a
j oke,
the truth, a story
the truth, a l anguage, to fri ends
pl ans, the answers, dteams, a story
heip, information, the truth, the answers
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z r 3 F 4 F s F 6 F z r B T
Answer key