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NAME

CLASS
Progress Test  Files 6–10 ENGLISH FILE
Intermediate
Answer Key   A

Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation VOCABULARY

GRAMMAR 4 1 outskirts
2 stare
1 1 likes 3 patient
2 were 4 timetable
3 will / ’ll start 5 shopping centre
4 will get 6 retire
5 had / ’d answered 7 comfortable
6 would / ’d have got 8 music
7 are … seen 9 comfort
8 would / ’d call 10 evidence
9 to sit
10 is being repaired
5 1 effects
11 check in
2 course
12 was taken
3 injured
13 has / ’s … been offered
4 friend
14 Would you go
5 jam
15 will be handed
6 fiction
7 slope
2 1 must 8 station
2 cooking 9 rank
3 enough time 10 belt
4 too
5 who
6 1 brought up
6 he spoke
2 cut down on
7 little
3 nod
8 to find
4 on
9 would borrow
5 patient
10 no
6 qualifications
11 to go
7 work
12 can’t
8 scene
13 to turn
9 retire
14 didn’t
10 based
15 ’d have been
7 1 plug
3 1 which 2 back
2 might / may
3 careless
3 if / whether
4 solve
4 doesn’t
5 charge
5 where
6 pick
6 have
7 complained
7 until
8 cheat
8 whose
9 revise
9 unless
10 taste
10 none

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NAME CLASS
Progress Test  Files 6–10 ENGLISH FILE
Intermediate
Answer Key   A

PRONUNCIATION WRITING
8 1 de|mon|strate Student’s own answers.
2 un|comfor|ta|ble Task completion: The task is fully completed and the
answer is easy to understand. (4 marks)
3 e|le|men|tary
Grammar: The student uses appropriate structures
4 tem|pora|ry
to achieve the task. Minor errors do not obscure the
5 qua|li|fi|ca|tions meaning. (3 marks)
6 sub|ti|tle Vocabulary: The student uses a sufficient range of
7 e|vi|dence words and phrases to communicate the message clearly.
8 am|bi|tious (3 marks)
9 dis|co|nnect
10 in|he|rit
Listening and Speaking
9 1 comfort LISTENING
2 terrace
3 wall
1 1 ✓
2 ✓
4 receipt
6 ✓
5 care
8 ✓
6 could
9 ✓
7 fine
8 queue
9 term 2 1 A
10 coin 2 C
3 B
4 B
5 B
Reading and Writing
READING
SPEAKING
1 1 A
2 A Interactive communication and oral production:
3 B The student communicates effectively with his / her
4 C partner, asking and answering simple questions, and
5 C where necessary initiating conversation and responding.
6 B The student uses appropriate strategies to complete the
7 A task successfully. (5 marks)
8 C Grammar and Vocabulary: The student uses
9 A a sufficient range of vocabulary and structure to
10 A communicate clearly. Minor occasional errors do not
impede communication. (5 marks)
2 1 motion Pronunciation: The student’s intonation, stress, and
2 landscape articulation of sounds make the message clear and
3 capture comprehensible. (5 marks)
4 a great deal
5 purpose

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NAME CLASS
Progress Test  Files 6–10 ENGLISH FILE
Intermediate
Answer Key   B

Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation VOCABULARY

GRAMMAR 4 1 retire
2 based
1 1 if / whether 3 qualifications
2 unless 4 patient
3 have 5 scene
4 none 6 cut down on
5 which 7 brought up
6 might / may 8 work
7 doesn’t 9 nod
8 where 10 on
9 until
10 whose 5 1 careless
2 complained
2 1 check in 3 pick
2 will get 4 cheat
3 was taken 5 plug
4 will be handed 6 revise
5 has / ’s … been offered 7 taste
6 is being repaired 8 charge
7 will / ’ll start 9 solve
8 were 10 back
9 are … seen
10 likes 6 1 music
11 Would you go 2 shopping centre
12 would /’d call 3 comfortable
13 would / ’d have got 4 timetable
14 to sit 5 evidence
15 had / ’d answered 6 stare
7 retire
3 1 to turn 8 outskirts
2 little 9 patient
3 no 10 comfort
4 she spoke
5 must 7 1 friend
6 cooking 2 jam
7 ’d have been 3 slope
8 can’t 4 rank
9 didn’t 5 station
10 too 6 injured
11 would borrow 7 belt
12 who 8 effects
13 enough time 9 fiction
14 to find 10 course
15 to go

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NAME CLASS
Progress Test  Files 6–10 ENGLISH FILE
Intermediate
Answer Key   B

PRONUNCIATION WRITING
8 1 coin Student’s own answers.
2 care Task completion: The task is fully completed and the
3 could answer is easy to understand. (4 marks)
4 queue Grammar: The student uses appropriate structures
5 term to achieve the task. Minor errors do not obscure the
6 comfort meaning. (3 marks)
7 wall Vocabulary: The student uses a sufficient range of
8 terrace words and phrases to communicate the message clearly.
9 fine (3 marks)
10 receipt

9 1 dis|co|nnect Listening and Speaking


2 e|vi|dence LISTENING
3 qua|li|fi|ca|tions
1 2 ✓
4 sub|ti|tle 4 ✓
5 am|bi|tious 6 ✓
6 tem|pora|ry 9 ✓
7 de|mon|strate 10 ✓
8 in|he|rit
9 un|comfor|ta|ble 2 1 B
2 C
10 e|le|men|tary
3 A
4 C
5 A
Reading and Writing
READING
SPEAKING
1 1 C
2 B Interactive communication and oral production:
3 A The student communicates effectively with his / her
4 C partner, asking and answering simple questions, and
5 A where necessary initiating conversation and responding.
6 A The student uses appropriate strategies to complete the
7 C task successfully. (5 marks)
8 B Grammar and Vocabulary: The student uses
9 B a sufficient range of vocabulary and structure to
10 B communicate clearly. Minor occasional errors do not
impede communication. (5 marks)
Pronunciation: The student’s intonation, stress, and
2 1 coming up with
articulation of sounds make the message clear and
2 projector
comprehensible. (5 marks)
3 hooves
4 bucket
5 invaluable

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