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Unit test 1A Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 Complete the sentences with the correct Present Simple 3 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the
or Present Continuous form of the verb. verb.
1 She hasn’t got a car, so she (not drive) doesn’t drive to 1 We didn’t enjoy the film last night. (not enjoy)
work. 2 _____ you _____ my parents yet? (meet)
2 What (eat) _____ you usually _____ for lunch on 3 Where _____ she _____ last weekend? (spend)
Sundays?
4 She _____ her friends about the baby yet. (not tell)
3 (work) _____ your cousin _____ for a company in
5 I think one of the Williams sisters _____ Wimbledon
Milan?
in 2008. (win)
4 Yes, I (listen) _____. Please go on.
6 _____ you _____ here when the accident happened?
5 (live) _____ she _____ in a house or a flat? (stand)
6 (speak) _____ people in Britain _____ Celtic 7 We _____ each other for very long. (not know)
languages?
8 The film _____ until midnight so we missed the last
7 It’s late so they (go) _____ to bed now. train home. (not finish)
8 We (not want) _____ to do exercises! We’re too tired! 9 How long _____ you _____ English? (study)
9 (sleep) _____ he _____ at the moment? 10 JF Kennedy _____ in the 1960s. (assassinate)
10 He usually (leave) _____ home at 7.45 a.m. 11 I _____ when you rang the doorbell. (not sleep)
11 We (have) _____ some extra lessons this week only.
1 point for each correct answer   10
1 point for each correct answer   10
4 Complete the questions.
2 Circle the correct form of the verb. 1 A Do you like opera?
1 Do you know / Are you knowing / Have you known the B No, I don’t. I like rock music better.
solution? 2 A _____ he watch the whole film?
2 Did she write / Has she written / Has she been writing to B No, he didn’t. He fell asleep.
him yet? 3 A What’s that noise? _____ Mr Jones working again?
3 His family lived / lives / is living in Madrid for forty B Yes, I think he is.
years.
4 A What _____ your grandfather _____?
4 How long are you waiting / have you been waiting / have B He worked as a shoemaker.
you waited for the train?
5 A _____ they _____ a dog?
5 I ’m not working / amn’t working / don’t be working on B No, they haven’t, but they’ve got a big pet rabbit.
Sunday.
6 A Where _____ your teacher _____?
6 John Lennon remembered / is remembered / is
B I think he’s from Australia or New Zealand.
remembering everywhere.
7 A _____ you want to come shopping with me?
7 He isn’t / hasn’t / hasn’t been from Nairobi.
B Yes, I do.
8 ‘Macbeth’ has written / was written / wrote by
8 A Why _____ you late last night?
Shakespeare.
B Because I missed the train home.
9 There was a competition but we weren’t won / didn’t
9 A _____ you going to the hairdresser this afternoon?
win / haven’t won it.
B Yes, I am. I need a new haircut.
10 Was she / Has she been / Is she your English teacher last
year? 10 A _____ the neighbours _____ a new baby?
B No. They’ve just bought a very noisy cat.
11 Where did you go / were you going / have you gone on
holiday last summer? 11 A _____ they making dinner tonight?
B Yes, I think they’re making spaghetti.
1 point for each correct answer   10
1 point for each correct answer   10

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5 Complete the sentences with is or has. Replace the form of the word uggy in 1–6 with the best
1 Lily is in the garden. word a–f.
2 Harry _____ gone to work. a bigger 1
3 London _____ in the south of England. b beautiful _____
4 Paris _____ got a good metro system. c really _____
5 It _____ been seven months since I last saw her. d working _____
6 Joanne _____ coming to see us. e motorbike _____
7 The waiter _____ paid at the end of each day. f leave _____
8 My brother _____ 18 this Friday.
1 point for each correct answer   10
9 My aunt _____ got a cold.
10 She _____ had a lot of time to revise for the exam. 8 Complete the words with suffixes from the box.
11 My husband _____ from Nigeria.
-ance   -er   -ic   -ical   -icism   -ing
1 point for each correct answer   10 1 He was a great performer.
2 His last perform_____ was brilliant.
6 Complete the paragraph with the correct form of the
verb. 3 She is perform_____ at the Lyric Theatre in London.
4 Nobody likes crit_____ but it’s sometimes useful.
A lot of British people (1 enjoy) enjoy football on TV. Probably 5 She’s a crit_____ so she sees all the latest films.
the most popular competition (2 be) __________ the World 6 Stop being so crit_____ and say something nice.
Cup. The World Cup (3 take) __________ place every four
years, and it (4 be) __________ extremely popular in many 1 point for each correct answer   5
countries all over the world. In Britain, a lot of people
(5 watch) __________ the games in a public bar or café. If
their team (6 score) __________ a goal, they celebrate
9 Match a word from A with a word from B. Then
victory with friends and strangers. complete the sentences.

A B
2 points for each correct answer   10 close-knit job
cosmopolitan in love
drive family
7 These sentences all contain a form of the nonsense word extended community
uggy. Decide if the form is a verb, a noun, an adjective or fall city
an adverb. well-paid carelessly
1 London is a lot uggier than Vienna.   adjective
1 My cousin shouldn’t drive carelessly. He’s had quite a
2 It was an uggy day so we went to the beach
few accidents.
for a picnic. _____
2 I live in a __________ __________. It’s great to
3 We didn’t uggy for work until nine o’clock. _____
experience a wide variety of cultures.
4 The performance was uggily terrible, and most
3 My __________ __________ live abroad, so I don’t see
of the audience left early. _____
many of them very often.
5 I wanted an uggy for my birthday but my mum
4 When you __________ __________, you can’t think
said I was too young. _____
of anything else.
6 She was uggying in the garden so she didn’t
5 Our neighbourhood is a __________ __________.
hear the doorbell. _____
We help each other with everything we can.
6 I’ve got a __________ __________, so I can’t complain
about my salary.

1 point for each correct answer   5

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10 Complete the conversations with words from the box. 11 Translate the sentences into your language.
1 We have a cancellation this evening.
checking   have   joining   make   meet   mind   no
performance   thank   the   time   want ___________________________________________
2 What contact do you have with your extended family?
1 A Earl Grey tea or Ceylon tea? And do you want milk
___________________________________________
and sugar with it?
3 Have you known your friends since childhood?
B Earl Grey, please. Sugar, but no milk. Can I have
some lemon instead? ___________________________________________
4 I need to make an urgent appointment.
2 A I can’t __________ the meeting, I’m sorry. My car’s
broken down. ___________________________________________
B Never __________. We’ll start without you and 5 Is yours a close-knit family?
talk later. ___________________________________________
3 A There are still tickets for the afternoon, but the 6 I live in a very cosmopolitan city.
evening __________ is sold out, I’m afraid. ___________________________________________
B That’s fine. We’ll __________ three, please, two 7 Did you have a good day?
adults and one child. ___________________________________________
4 A Is it __________ for a break? 8 Have here or take away?
B Yes, it is. ___________________________________________
A __________ goodness! 9 You don’t feel completely at home in either country.
5 A How many bags are you __________ in? ___________________________________________
B Just __________ one. 10 We try to live frugally to help our children go to
6 A I don’t think you’ve met Karen. She’s __________ university.
us from Harvard. ___________________________________________
B Hi, Karen. Good to __________ you.
1 point for each correct answer   10
1 point for each correct answer   10
Total 100

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Unit test 1B Intermediate


Intermediate FOURTH
FOURTHEDITION
EDITION

1 Complete the sentences with the correct Present Simple 11 When … learning English?
or Present Continuous form of the verb. a  have you started   b  were you starting  
1 (study) Does he study at a university in the USA? c  did you start
2 We (not want) _____ to go to the gym.
1 point for each correct answer   10
3 (live) _____ he _____ with his parents?
4 What (eat) _____ the children usually _____ for 3 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the
breakfast? verb.
5 She (work) _____ for many foreign companies. 1 She (not like) didn’t like the concert, so she went home
6 I think he (work) _____ this evening. in the interval.
7 She (not drive) _____ to work because she hasn’t got a 2 They (do) _____ some difficult exercises yesterday.
car. 3 (meet) _____ I _____ your brother yet?
8 Don’t change the channel! I (watch) _____ that quiz 4 He (not ask) _____ her to marry him yet.
show! 5 Spain (win) _____ the European football
9 (speak) _____ your parents _____ three languages? championship in 2008.
10 (go) _____ we _____ to the cinema this evening? 6 (chat) _____ they _____ on the phone when the police
11 My husband normally (arrive) _____ home at about 6 arrived?
p.m. 7 The test (not start) _____ on time, so they told us to
hurry up!
1 point for each correct answer   10
8 How long (know) _____ you _____ each other?

2 Circle the correct form of the verb. 9 The weather is bad so she (go) _____ already _____
home.
1 … on holiday in Corsica last summer?
10 John and Paul (not work) _____ when the boss arrived
a  Were you   b  Have you been   c  Are you
to check on them.
2 Sorry we’re late. How long … for us?
11 The European Union (found) _____ in the 1950s.
a  are you waiting   b  have you waited  
c  have you been waiting 1 point for each correct answer   10
3 … he … her yet?
a  Will … call   b  Has … called   c  Does … call 4 Complete the questions.
4 His family … in Oxford since 1999. 1 A Do you like thrillers?
a  has lived   b  lives   c  is living B No, I don’t. I prefer romances.
5 They … this Sunday. 2 A Look! _____ that policeman speaking to our mum?
a  are not working   b  don’t be working   B Yes, I think he is.
c  are working not 3 A _____ he enjoy the performance?
6 I … from Southern France. B No, I don’t think he did.
a  ’m not   b  haven’t   c  haven’t been 4 A _____ she _____ a sister?
7 The match was on Saturday, but we … . B No, she hasn’t, but she’s got two brothers.
a  weren’t gone   b  didn’t go   c  haven’t gone 5 A Where _____ your family _____?
8 The quiz questions … by our teacher. B Mum and Dad are both from Newcastle.
a  were preparing   b  were prepared   c  prepared 6 A What _____ your grandmother _____?
9 … the answers to the quiz? B My grandmother was a doctor.
a  Do they know   b  Are they knowing   7 A _____ you going to the cinema this evening?
c  Have they known
B No, I’m not. I have to go to the dentist.
10 Most Hungarian actors … outside Hungary.
a  haven’t known   b  aren’t knowing  
c  aren’t known

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Unit test 1B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

8 A _____ Mr and Mrs Jones _____ a new car? 7 These sentences all contain a form of the nonsense word
B No, I don’t think they have. They’ve just painted it a uggy. Decide if the form is a verb, a noun, an adjective or
new colour. an adverb.
9 A Why _____ you late this morning? 1 Sunday was an uggy day, so we had to cancel the
B Because there weren’t any buses and I couldn’t get concert in the park.   adjective
a taxi. 2 The uggy that he bought for her birthday was
10 A _____ we going to watch this film? too big. _____
B Yes, we are. Don’t you like it? 3 She tried uggily hard to complete the project
11 A _____ you want to come to the park with us? on time. _____
B Yes, I do. 4 He has uggied in this town for many years. _____
5 I think my work is uggier than yours. _____
1 point for each correct answer   10 6 They didn’t uggy until after midnight. _____

5 Complete the sentences with is or has. Replace the form of the word uggy in 1–6 with the best
word a–f.
1 Carl is from Birmingham.
a rainy 1
2 Francesca _____ 21.
b desperately _____
3 Tom _____ gone to the community centre.
c dress _____
4 Paul _____ had a lot of time to learn to drive a car.
d lived _____
5 Vienna _____ in central Europe.
e arrive _____
6 The pin number _____ needed to make a transaction.
f worse _____
7 Our neighbour _____ got a new car.
8 Carla _____ coming to see us this weekend. 1 point for each correct answer   10
9 It _____ been several months since I saw my sister.
10 Anita _____ in the living room. 8 Match the suffixes a–f with the gaps in 1–6 to make
11 My sister _____ got the flu. words.
1 My wife’s really critical. She doesn’t like the way I do
1 point for each correct answer   10 things.   d
2 We thought their crit_____ was a bit negative, but they
6 Complete the text with the correct form of the verbs. were right.  _____
3 He’s got a job as a crit_____, and he writes about all the
Millions of people in Britain (1 watch) watch general new shows.  _____
knowledge quizzes on TV. One of the most popular shows 4 She was a great perform_____. _____
(2 be) __________ Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?.
Chris Tarrant (3 present) __________ Who Wants To Be A 5 He is perform_____ Verdi’s Traviata tonight.  _____
Millionaire? in Britain, and it (4 be) __________ extremely 6 Their first perform_____ was terrible.  _____
popular in many countries all over the world. To enter the quiz,
people telephone and (5 answer) __________ a simple a -ance
recorded question. If someone (6 get) __________ a place b -er
on the show, they go to the studio where they take part in the
c -ic
TV quiz.
d -ical
e -icism
2 points for each correct answer   10
f -ing

1 point for each correct answer   5

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9 Match a word from A with a word from B. Then 6 A There are still tickets for 6.30, but the 9.30
complete the gaps in the sentences. __________ is sold out, I’m afraid.
B That’s fine. We’ll __________ two, one adult and
A B
one child, please.
close-knit job
cosmopolitan in love 1 point for each correct answer   10
drive family
extended community
fall city 11 Translate the sentences into your language.
well-paid carelessly 1 We have a cancellation this evening.
___________________________________________
2 What contact do you have with your extended family?
1 My father tends to drive carelessly. He’s had quite a few
accidents. ___________________________________________

2 I’d like to know my __________ __________ better. 3 Have you known your friends since childhood?
I’m not very close to them. ___________________________________________
3 I live in a __________ __________. All the neighbours 4 I need to make an urgent appointment.
are also good friends. ___________________________________________
4 London is a __________ __________. It’s famous for 5 Is yours a close-knit family?
its multicultural character. ___________________________________________
5 I’d like to find a __________ __________. My salary at 6 I live in a very cosmopolitan city.
the moment isn’t so brilliant.
___________________________________________
6 You can’t think of anything but that special person
7 Did you have a good day?
when you __________ __________.
___________________________________________
1 point for each correct answer   5 8 Have here or take away?
___________________________________________
10 Complete the conversations with words from the box. 9 You don’t feel completely at home in either country.
checking   have   joining   make   meet   mind   no ___________________________________________
performance   thank   the   time   want 10 We try to live frugally to help our children go to
1 A Earl Grey tea or Ceylon tea? And do you want milk university.
and sugar with it? ___________________________________________
B Earl Grey, please. Sugar, but no milk. Can I
have some lemon instead? 1 point for each correct answer   10
2 A I don’t think you’ve met Chris. He’s __________ us Total 100
from the Sydney office.
B Hello. Good to __________ you. I’ve heard a lot
about you, Chris.
3 A Is it __________ for lunch?
B Yes, it is.
A __________ goodness!
4 A I’m sorry, I can’t __________ the meeting. My
train’s running late.
B Never __________. We’ll start without you and
talk later.
5 A How many bags are you __________ in today?
B Just __________ one.

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Unit test 2A Intermediate


Intermediate FOURTH
FOURTH EDITION
EDITION

1 Are the sentences correct (3) or incorrect (7)? Correct 5 The kids give / given / are given £10 pocket money each
the mistakes. week.
1 7 I’m usually working from 7.30 to 3.30. 6 Professional footballers earn / are earned / are being
I usually work. earned a lot of money these days.
2 _____ Where do they live? _____ 7 I’m really nervous. I interview / ’m being interviewed /
3 _____ The HR manager never answer my ’m interviewing at an international company.
phone calls. _____ 8 Students aren’t telling / don’t tell / aren’t told their exam
4 _____ He rarely buys any new clothes. _____ scores on the day.
5 _____ I often staying with them for the 9 It’s rude to ask someone how much they are paying /
weekend. _____ pay / are paid by their company.
6 _____ Does she has her own business? _____ 10 Fiat cars manufacture / are manufactured / are
manufacturing in Italy.
7 _____ He doesn’t sees his family very often. _____
11 The HR Manager is employing / is employed / employs
8 _____ We don’t live in London now. _____
to look after staff.
9 _____ The director usually flys to Italy every
summer. _____ 1 point for each correct answer   10
10 _____ Is he work this week? _____
11 _____ Do they going to college every day? _____ 4 Complete the sentences with the active or passive form
of the Present Simple or Present Continuous.
1 point for each correct answer   10 1 We (have) are having a meeting, so can you ring back
later?
2 Circle the correct form of the verb. 2 The average worker in Britain (pay) __________
1 I ’m thinking / think about watching a horror film. £27,000 a year.
2 They ’re thinking / think it’s a good company to 3 (drive) __________ you __________ to work today?
work for. Could you give me a lift?
3 I ’m knowing / know quite a lot about her. 4 How much coffee (drink) __________ she
4 We ’re working / work on the report this week. __________ every day?
5 They ’re working / work every Sunday for a month. 5 Sorry, you can’t book the conference rooms, as they
6 Now I ’m understanding / understand what you mean. (modernize) __________ at the moment.
7 She ’s having / has a new personal assistant.
6 (include) __________ breakfast __________ in the
8 He ’s needing / needs a different career. room price?
9 I ’m having / have a terrible day today.
7 Vienna (situate) __________ in the southeast of
10 I ’m loving / love travelling for work.
Austria.
11 The company ’s wanting / wants to sell cars in Hungary.
8 My bike (service) __________ at the moment, so I’m
1 point for each correct answer   10 taking the bus.
9 The UK financial year (start) __________ in April.
3 Circle the correct phrase. 10 (work) __________ you __________ now? I have to
1 Can you lend me your bike? Mine is mended / been speak to you about something.
mended / being mended at the moment. 11 Kerry and I (meet) __________ at the club for a game
2 Stephanie is being treated / is treating / treats by a of golf every Saturday.
doctor.
1 point for each correct answer   10
3 May I help you, sir? Or are you / you’re / are you being
served?
4 Almost every UK family is owning / is owned / owns a
colour television set.

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5 Complete the text with the correct form of a verb from 10 Our _____ _____ is responsible for running the
the box. company.
11 She ____ ____ by translating for foreign tourists.
do   get   not pay   pay   think   work
2 points for each correct answer   20
Frank (1) works full-time in a factory but at the moment he
(2) __________ a second job in a shop at the weekends. For 7 Circle the odd one out.
his full-time job he (3) __________ a salary through the bank 1 peel buzz mix chop
but for his second job he (4) __________ cash from the
2 socializer butler valet maid
shop’s owner. This means Frank (5) __________ any tax for
his second job, and he (6) __________ he will get into 3 drill torch screwdriver cashier
trouble for this. 4 expand cope accomplish industry
5 hunting eccentric spoilt conservative
2 points for each correct answer   10 6 madly extravagantly lively extensively

6 Match a word or phrase from A with a word from B to 1 point for each correct answer   5
complete the sentences.
8 Complete the sentences with the correct adjective from
A B the box.
boarding a living
earns arrangements bad-tempered   convenient   eccentric  
food Director hard-working   sociable   successful
heads of duties
keeping employees 1 John is quite bad-tempered. He often gets into loud
looks after fit arguments.
making goods 2 She’s really _____. She spends ten hours in the office
Managing processor every day.
manufactured school
public state 3 Our flat is really _____ for the city centre – it’s only
small talk three bus stops away.
4 Tom’s a _____ businessman. He runs three different
1 The royal couple’s public duties include entertaining
businesses now.
VIPs.
5 Suzy’s a very _____ person. She’s always the centre of
2 The prince attended an exclusive _____ _____ and
attention at parties.
only visited his family in the school holidays.
6 The king has many unusual habits, so people think he’s
3 The company imports _____ _____ from Asia.
quite _____.
4 In my job, I’m responsible for _____ _____ for
conferences. 1 point for each correct answer   5
5 To make this casserole dish, first of all you need a good
_____ _____ to prepare the minced meat.
6 The ceremony was attended by _____ _____ from all
over the world.
7 The Human Resources Manager _____ _____ and
recruits new staff.
8 I think _____ _____ and exercising regularly is the key
to a long and healthy life.
9 I don’t really enjoy _____ _____. I prefer chatting to
people I know very well.

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9 Complete the sentences with the most suitable word. 9 ‘I’ve been with them for many years now.’
1 ‘How often do you play golf?’ ‘I hardly ever have the ‘Oh, have you? They must be a good company to work
time.’ for.’
2 I work different __________, from 5 a.m. to 3 p.m. in ___________________________________________
the morning, or 2 p.m. to midnight. 10 There isn’t very much to do in this city.
3 In my job, I’m __________ for making bookings for ___________________________________________
work trips.
4 The accountant is in __________ of budget and cash 1 point for each correct answer   10
flow. Total 100
5 The __________ family includes the king and queen
and their children.
6 I love sleeping outside in a tent and in a sleeping
__________.
7 ‘What does Jenny __________?’ ‘She’s a supermarket
cashier.’
8 The average worker __________ £27,000 annually.
9 ‘Can I help you?’ ‘I’m __________ served, thank you.’
10 Prince Charles is heir to the British __________.
11 The party was excellent. I really __________ myself.

1 point for each correct answer   10

10 Translate the sentences into your language.


1 What’s your background?
___________________________________________
2 I know what you mean, but I’d say her manager was
wrong.
___________________________________________
3 Are you in charge of the IT support team?
___________________________________________
4 So what do you do exactly?
___________________________________________
5 I work for an international company. How about you?
___________________________________________
6 We work different shifts.
___________________________________________
7 The best bit about a good tennis game is when you
serve an ace.
___________________________________________
8 ‘I’m afraid my hotel room isn’t very big.’
‘What a pity! Never mind.’
___________________________________________

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Unit test 2B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 Are the sentences correct (3) or incorrect (7)? Correct 4 You can’t visit her now. She … by the doctor.
the mistakes. a  is being seen   b  is seen   c  sees
1 7 I’m usually working from 7.30 to 3.30. 5 The people … the results of their tests for a few days.
I usually work. a  aren’t told   b  aren’t telling   c  don’t tell
2 _____ Are they arrive this evening? _____ 6 Can I help you, madam? Or … served?
3 _____ He often work on Sundays as well. _____ a  are you   b  you’re   c  are you being
4 _____ She usually plays golf with the MD. _____ 7 A lot of computers … in China.
5 _____ Are you go on holiday this week? _____ a  manufacture   b  are manufactured  
6 _____ I never buying expensive clothes. _____ c  are manufacturing

7 _____ Does he has a new sports car? _____ 8 Three out of four UK families … a car.
a  are owning   b  are owned   c  own
8 _____ They don’t work at the moment. _____
9 In our company, a manager … three times more than a
9 _____ When do they start work on Mondays? _____
personal assistant.
10 _____ She trys on a lot of clothes before she a  earns   b  is earned   c  is being earned
buys anything. _____
10 The HR Manager … people for new jobs.
11 _____ He doesn’t visit his relatives too often. _____
a  interviews   b  is being interviewed  
c  is interviewed
1 point for each correct answer   10
11 Professional footballers … a lot of money.
2 Circle the correct form of the verb. a  are paying   b  pay   c  are paid
1 I ’m thinking / think it’s a terrible film.
1 point for each correct answer   10
2 They ’re thinking / think about starting their own
business. 4 Complete the sentences with the active or passive form
3 He ’s having / has a new job. of the Present Simple or Present Continuous.
4 We ’re having / have a meeting – can you ring back 1 She (have) is having a bath, so can you ring back later?
later? 2 The university year (start) __________ in October.
5 She ’s knowing / knows a lot about architecture. 3 Our Managing Director (pay) __________ £270,000 a
6 They ’re wanting / want some sandwiches. year.
7 I ’m liking / like going to the airport. 4 The restaurant is closed while the bar (redecorate)
8 I don’t think I ’m understanding / understand. __________ .
9 He ’s working / works in Lisbon this month. 5 We (meet) __________ at the bus stop at 7.10 every
10 I ’m working / work ten hours a day for four days, then morning.
have two days off. 6 Where’s Sean? (drive) __________ he __________
11 She ’s needing / needs a new personal assistant. Kerry home?
7 How much milk (drink) __________ the average
1 point for each correct answer   10 person __________ a year?
8 (include) __________ service __________ in this bill?
3 Circle the correct words. 9 (work) __________ this phone __________ ? I can’t
1 Can I borrow your car? Mine … at the moment. hear anything.
a  is been mended   b  is being mended   10 Sorry, I can’t drive you home. My car (service)
c  is mended __________ at the moment.
2 He … a lot of projects because he’s a very good worker. 11 The university district (situate) __________ near the
a  is given   b  gives   c  given city centre.
3 The company … by a team of Japanese businessmen.
a  is managing   b  is managed   c  manages 1 point for each correct answer   10

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5 Complete the text with the correct form of a verb from 8 The _____ _____ receives the highest salary in the
the box. company.
9 Visiting _____ _____ always attend the prince’s
do   get   not pay   pay   think   work
extravagant receptions.
10 My company really _____ _____. We get a good salary
Jess (1) works full-time in a school, but at the moment she and numerous holidays.
(2) __________ a second job for a friend’s online company in 11 I’m not good at _____ _____. I never know what to say
the evenings. For her teaching job she (3) __________ a
to strangers.
salary through her bank, but for her second job she
(4) __________ cash from her friend. This means Jess
2 points for each correct answer   20
(5) __________ any tax for her second job, and sometimes
she (6) __________ she will get into trouble.
7 Circle the odd one out.
1 boil   bake   tackle   fry
2 points for each correct answer   10
2 housekeeper   handyman   lifeguard   screwdriver

6 Match a word or phrase from A with a word from B to 3 occupy   decent   attend   reckon
complete the sentences. 4 tantrum   saucepan   oven   food processor
5 hard-working   dutiful   training   well-intentioned
A B
6 lively   actually   extensively   madly
boarding a living
earns arrangements
1 point for each correct answer   5
food Director
heads of duties
keeping employees 8 Complete the sentences with the correct adjective from
looks after fit the box.
making goods
Managing processor annual   bad-tempered   cautious  
manufactured school conservative   ridiculous   spoilt
public state
small talk 1 Chris is known to be really bad-tempered_. Don’t make
him angry!
1 The prince’s public duties include visiting youth groups
2 I think I’m quite _____. I like traditional, old-
and charities.
fashioned things.
2 My sister _____ _____ as a cook for a wealthy family.
3 Becky is so _____. Her parents buy her everything she
3 My favourite way of _____ _____ is playing tennis wants.
with friends.
4 I think painting your car pink is a _____ idea.
4 In my job, I’m responsible for _____ _____ for
5 The _____ royal ceremony is attended by foreign heads
conferences.
of state.
5 I didn’t really like my _____ _____. I hated living away
6 Sean always thinks carefully before making a decision.
from my parents.
He’s very _____.
6 Put the fruit in the _____ _____ and turn it on for ten
seconds. 1 point for each correct answer   5
7 This company in Malaysia sells _____ _____ for
European export.

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Unit test 2B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

9 Complete the sentences with the most suitable word. 9 ‘I’ve been with them for many years now.’
1 ‘How often do you go surfing?’ ‘Every day when I’m on ‘Oh, have you? They must be a good company to work
holiday.’ for.’
2 Prince Charles is __________ to the British throne. ___________________________________________
3 Did you __________ yourself at the festival last 10 There isn’t very much to do in this city.
weekend? ___________________________________________
4 ‘What do you __________ ?’ ‘I’m a lifeguard.’
1 point for each correct answer   10
5 The HR Manager is __________ for recruiting new
staff. Total 100
6 Women __________ 17% less on average than men in
the same jobs.
7 ‘Can I help you?’ ‘Thanks, I’m being __________.’
8 My favourite __________ to work is noon to 10 p.m.
because it leaves my morning free.
9 Take a sleeping __________ when you go camping in
the hills.
10 The most popular person in the British __________
family was the Queen’s mother.
11 The IT Manager is in __________ of the IT support
team.

1 point for each correct answer   10

10 Translate the sentences into your language.


1 What’s your background?
___________________________________________
2 I know what you mean, but I’d say her manager was
wrong.
___________________________________________
3 Are you in charge of the IT support team?
___________________________________________
4 So what do you do exactly?
___________________________________________
5 I work for an international company. How about you?
___________________________________________
6 We work different shifts.
___________________________________________
7 The best bit about a good tennis game is when you
serve an ace.
___________________________________________
8 ‘I’m afraid my hotel room isn’t very big.’
‘What a pity! Never mind.’
___________________________________________

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1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the 3 Complete the sentences with the correct Past Simple
verb in the Past Simple or Past Perfect. form of the verb, active or passive.
1 I (recognize) recognized him because I (meet) had met 1 Jonathan (dismiss) was dismissed from his job because
him at an exhibition earlier this year. he’d been rude to his boss.
2 It (be) __________ hot in September, but August (be) 2 President Thompson (meet) __________ at the
__________ even hotter. airport by the ambassador.
3 When I (see) __________ her, her hair was wet 3 When he was young, Rod Stewart (work) __________
because she (go) __________ swimming. at a cemetery.
4 I’m sure they (have) __________ an argument before 4 They (not wake) __________ up by the terrible storm.
they (arrive) __________. 5 The two artists (quarrel) __________ a lot about art.
5 They (start) __________ the meeting without me 6 (record) __________ the story __________ for the
when I (get) __________ to work. radio?
6 My manager (not tell) __________ me to finish the 7 The painter (bury) __________ in Auvers-sur-Oise.
report yesterday, so I (not complete) __________ it.
8 His palace (use) __________ to hold lavish receptions.
2 points for each correct answer   10 9 Van Gogh (move) __________ voluntarily into an
asylum for the insane.
2 Circle the correct forms of the verbs. 10 His first painting (sell) __________ for 400 francs.
Conversation 1 11 Many famous symphonies (write) __________ in the
A (1) Were you going / Did you go / Had you gone on 19th century.
holiday recently?
1 point for each correct answer   10
B Yes, we (2) had gone / were going / went to London a
couple of weeks ago.
4 Complete the sentences with the correct past form of
A And (3) did you visit / were you visiting / had you visited the appropriate verb.
Oxford as well?
1 Ernest Hemingway met Gertrude Stein while he was
B No. We really (4) wanted / were wanting / have wanted living in Paris. (live / meet)
to, but then we (5) had realized / were realizing /
2 Romeo __________ Juliet and __________ in love
realized that we (6) hadn’t had / weren’t having / didn’t
with her instantly. (fall / see)
have enough time.
3 When Romeo _____ his dead wife, he __________ the
Conversation 2
poison. (drink / see)
A Where’s James? He phoned to say he (7) was waiting /
4 They __________ very quickly that they __________
was waited / waited at the cinema all evening.
before. (forget / quarrel)
B Well, I (8) had gone / was going / went to the cinema at
5 We __________ the suggestion that she __________
six, but I (9) didn’t see / hadn’t seen / wasn’t seeing him.
earlier. (make / reject)
A But he was there for hours! (10) Wasn’t he telling /
6 My friend __________ poems at school and his book
Wasn’t he told / Hadn’t he told you where to meet him?
__________ last year. (publish / write)
B Of course, he (11) had told / was telling / was told me,
but I’ve forgotten what he said! 1 point for each correct answer   10
A Well, thanks to you, he (12) had to / used to / was to
wait in the rain.

1 point for each correct answer   10

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Unit test 3A Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

5 Correct the mistake in the sentences. Tick (3) the three 7 Change the underlined incorrect word to the correct
correct sentences. word that sounds the same.
1 When I was just a little girl, I was asking my mother: 1 I made a fruit salad with apples and pairs.  pears
‘What will I be?’  asked 2 Piece finally arrived at the end of the war.  _____
2 Bach’s music become more popular after his death. 3 She looked great in blew jeans and a black T-shirt.
_____ _____
3 After the Prince had heard of the deaths, he banished 4 When I was a child, I used to where a pink hat.  _____
Romeo from Verona. _____
5 Read a book while you’re weighting for the doctor.
4 When I was waking up, it was still dark. _____ _____
5 Last weekend I have gone shopping with my friends. 6 The hole world thinks you’re funny.  _____
_____
7 When I see him, I go week at the knees.  _____
6 We don’t know what happened when they first met.
8 You’re not aloud to shout in the library.  _____
_____
9 We didn’t meat them yesterday.  _____
7 I used to visit my grandmother last week. _____
10 When I woke up, the son was shining.  _____
8 John and I used to be friends in school. We’re not so
close these days. _____ 11 Everyone in the family court the flu.  _____

9 The teacher gave us our homework but we weren’t paid 1 point for each correct answer   10
attention. _____
10 The city looked horrible after the hurricane was 8 Complete the sentences with the words from the box.
destroying it. _____
11 When I had seen her on Tuesday, she was wearing a as   beloved   despite   down   motion   on
pretended   sense   to   uninvited   used
black dress. _____
1 The person I want to marry must have a sense of
1 point for each correct answer   10 humour.
2 As a child, I __________ to enjoy painting, but I don’t
6 Complete the text with the correct form of the verb. paint any more.
3 The man was identified __________ the person who
F. Scott Fitzgerald was born in 1896 in St Paul, Minnesota, and, caused the accident.
like his friend Ernest Hemingway, he (1 live) lived in Paris in the
1920s. Before Fitzgerald (2 move) __________ to Paris, he 4 The two artists became friends, __________ their
(3 be) __________ a student at Princeton University and a different opinions on art.
member of the US Army. It was while he (4 train) __________ 5 The young woman __________ to agree, but secretly
with the army that he (5 meet) __________ and married she didn’t.
Zelda Sayer.
6 His __________ wife died young, which caused his
During the 1920s, the Fitzgeralds’ home depression.
(6 become) __________ the centre for a lively group of
writers and artists in Paris. Their lifestyle 7 According __________ the experts, the silver case was
(7 involve) __________ lots of parties, so some people were made in the 18th century.
surprised to find he had real talent. He (8 write) __________ 8 I went to the party __________, but nobody realized.
many great novels, but perhaps his most famous book is The
9 I had the flu last week, but I’m __________ the mend
Great Gatsby which (9 publish) __________ in 1925. Zelda
Fitzgerald (10 be) __________ also an author, and her now.
autobiographical novel, Save Me the Waltz, 10 We were watching the robbery as if in slow
(11 come) __________ out in the early 1930s. __________.
11 He was holding the book upside __________, so I
1 point for each correct answer   10 knew he wasn’t reading it.

1 point for each correct answer   10

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9 Complete the statements with question tags. 11 Translate the sentences into your language.
1 The performance last night was excellent, wasn’t it ? 1 Jess and Daniel are a really lovely couple, aren’t they?
2 You really love chocolate, _____ ? ___________________________________________
3 She’s always fancied Brad Pitt, _____ ? 2 We didn’t do much. We just talked for a bit.
4 They don’t get on very well, _____ ? ___________________________________________
5 You’re just jealous, _____ ? 3 Do you think opposites attract?
6 It’s a fabulous day today, _____ ? ___________________________________________
4 I don’t think he’s the one for her.
1 point for each correct answer   5
___________________________________________

10 Put the words in order to make a conversation. 5 He would never leave her side.

A (1) showed / had worked / new / the / painting / James / ___________________________________________


that / last month / he / Yesterday / on / me / . 6 I had an early night.
Yesterday James showed me the new painting that he ___________________________________________
had worked on last month. 7 They get on well together, don’t they?
B Oh! (2) of / you / it / did / think / What / ? ___________________________________________
___________________________________________ 8 She’s head over heels in love with him.
A I really liked it. (3) just / paintings / amazing / are / ___________________________________________
His / ! 9 His genius was unrecognized in his lifetime.
___________________________________________ ___________________________________________
B Yes. (4) his / horrible / But / clothes / they / are / aren’t / 10 I did some stuff on the computer.
absolutely / ?
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
A (5) all / that’s / not / at / Actually, / true / . He’s got great 1 point for each correct answer   10
taste! Total 100
___________________________________________
B (6) you / have / But / always / him, / fancied / you /
haven’t / ?
___________________________________________

1 point for each correct answer   5

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Unit test 3B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the 3 Complete the sentences with the correct Past Simple
verb in the Past Simple or Past Perfect. form of the verb, active or passive.
1 She (recognize) recognized me because we (meet) had 1 Peggy (dismiss) was dismissed from her job due to
met at her art gallery some years earlier. missing deadlines.
2 The film (start) __________ before I (get) 2 (record) __________ the incident __________ in
__________ to the cinema, so I missed the beginning. history books?
3 I (not write) __________ my report because my boss 3 Many famous American novels (write) __________ in
(not ask) __________ for it. the 1920s.
4 When I (see) __________ him, he was sweaty because 4 Van Gogh (move) __________ voluntarily into an
he (go) __________ running. asylum for the insane.
5 It (be) __________ cold in February, but January (be) 5 His self-portrait (sell) __________ for more than $70
__________ even colder. million.
6 They (quarrel) __________ before they (come) 6 The dictionary (use) __________ to keep the kitchen
__________ here. door open.
7 Professor Olsen (meet) __________ at the station by
2 points for each correct answer   10 the driver.
8 When I was young, I (work) __________ at
2 Circle the correct forms of the verbs.
McDonald’s at the weekends.
Conversation 1
9 They (bury) __________ the painter in
A (1) Did you go / Had you gone / Were you going into Auvers-sur-Oise.
town at lunchtime?
10 The baby (not wake) __________ up by the doorbell.
B (2) Yes, I had gone / went / were going to the bank.
11 Our previous neighbours (quarrel) __________ a lot
A And (3) did you get / were you getting / had you got any about housework.
money out for the party this evening?
B No. I (4) wanted / were wanting / have wanted to, but 1 point for each correct answer   10
then I (5) remembered / had remembered / were
remembering that I (6) didn’t have / hadn’t had / wasn’t 4 Complete the sentences with the correct past form of
having my bank card with me. the appropriate verb.
Conversation 2 1 F Scott Fitzgerald met Zelda Sayer while he was training
A What are you doing here? Nicole rang on her mobile to with the US Army. (train / meet)
say she (7) waited / was waited / was waiting for you at 2 She __________ her first novel in 2003. It __________
the airport all afternoon. two years later. (publish / write)
B I (8) was going / was gone / went to the airport at two, 3 After they __________, they __________ the problem
but I (9) didn’t find / hadn’t found / wasn’t finding her. very quickly. (forget / quarrel)
A But she was there for hours! (10) Hadn’t she told / 4 When Juliet _____ her dead husband, she __________
Wasn’t she telling / Wasn’t she told you where to meet suicide. (commit / see)
her there? 5 I __________ in love with my wife instantly when I
B I think she (11) had told / was telling / was told me, but __________ her at a party. (fall / see)
I forgot! 6 She __________ the suggestion that I __________
A Well, it’s your fault that she (12) had to / used to / was to earlier. (make / reject)
take a taxi.
1 point for each correct answer   10
1 point for each correct answer   10

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Unit test 3B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

5 Correct the mistake in the sentences. Tick 3) the three 7 Change the underlined incorrect word to the correct
correct sentences. word that sounds the same.
1 When I was just a little boy, I was asking my father: 1 I quite like pairs, but I don’t like apples.  pears
‘What will I be?’  asked 2 You’re my best friend in the hole world.  _____
2 A lot of things happened when they met for the first 3 Please read this allowed to the class.  _____
time.  _____
4 I hope you’re not weighting for me in the rain!  _____
3 Last week I used to visit my cousin.  _____
5 I’ve got two daughters and a sun.  _____
4 I used to have long hair as a child. I haven’t got much
6 He arrived at the party in a white shirt and blew jeans.
hair these days.  _____
_____
5 The Prince banished Romeo from the city after he’d
7 Pleased to meat you.  _____
heard of the deaths.  _____
8 They fought for years before they made piece.  _____
6 I wasn’t paid attention when you explained the plan for
tomorrow.  _____ 9 I go week at the knees when I meet her.  _____

7 It was already 10 a.m. when I was waking up.  _____ 10 She court a cold, so she couldn’t go to work.  _____

8 After the storm was destroying it, the place looked 11 In my teenage years I used to where black clothes.
horrible.  _____ _____

9 Last Saturday I had gone cycling with my brother. 1 point for each correct answer   10
_____
10 He was wearing a white jacket when I had seen him last 8 Complete the sentences with the words from the box.
month.  _____
11 Vivaldi’s concertos had become more popular after he as   beloved   despite   down   motion   on
pretended   sense   to   uninvited   used
died.  _____
1 I would like to find a boyfriend with a sense of humour.
1 point for each correct answer   10
2 He saw the Chinese vase fall as if in slow __________.

6 Complete the text with the correct form of the verbs. 3 Of course you can’t read this sign! It’s upside
__________.
4 The accident happened at 9.25, according __________
Gertrude Stein was born in 1874 in the USA, and, in her
childhood, her family (1 live) lived in Europe. Before Stein the police officer.
(2 move) __________ back to Europe as a young woman, she 5 Unfortunately, he had an accident, but now he’s
(3 be) __________ a student of psychology and medicine in __________ the mend.
California. It was while she (4 study) __________ at the
6 I still love her, __________ all the problems we had.
medical university that she (5 decide) __________ to return
to Paris to become a writer. 7 Van Gogh was recognized __________ a genius after
his death.
During the 1920s and 30s, her home (6 become) __________
a centre for creative people. Although Stein’s career 8 I __________ to be quite slim as a child. Now I’m just
(7 involve) __________ writing her own books, she was average.
better known as a friend of some of the 20th century’s most 9 We __________ to agree with the suggestion, but we
famous artists and writers. She (8 write) __________ a lot of didn’t mean it.
novels, including Three Lives, which (9 publish) __________
in 1909. Her best-known book, The Autobiography of Alice B. 10 She said farewell to her __________ children and got
Toklas, (10 be) __________ mainly about herself, and not on the train.
really about Alice B. Toklas, her life-long partner. Gertrude 11 We decided to go to the party __________ .
Stein (11 die) __________ in 1946.
1 point for each correct answer   10
1 point for each correct answer   10

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Unit test 3B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

9 Complete the statements with question tags. 11 Translate the sentences into your language.
1 That new reality show on TV was boring, wasn’t it ? 1 Jess and Daniel are a really lovely couple, aren’t they?
2 We get on very well, _____ ? ___________________________________________
3 You’ve always fancied me, _____ ? 2 We didn’t do much. We just talked for a bit.
4 She’s really jealous, _____ ? ___________________________________________
5 It’s a horrible morning, _____ ? 3 Do you think opposites attract?
6 You really don’t like modern art, _____ ? ___________________________________________
4 I don’t think he’s the one for her.
1 point for each correct answer   5
___________________________________________

10 Put the words in order to make a conversation. 5 He would never leave her side.

A (1) showed / had written / new / the / poem / Sheila / ___________________________________________


that / last month / she / Yesterday / me . 6 I had an early night.
Yesterday Sheila showed me the new poem that she had ___________________________________________
written last month. 7 They get on well together, don’t they?
B Oh! (2) of / you / it / did / think / What / ? ___________________________________________
___________________________________________ 8 She’s head over heels in love with him.
A I really liked it. (3) just / poems / amazing / are / Her / ! ___________________________________________
___________________________________________ 9 His genius was unrecognized in his lifetime.
B Yes. (4) her / horrible / But / clothes / they / are / aren’t / ___________________________________________
absolutely / ?
10 I did some stuff on the computer.
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
A (5) all / that’s / not / at / Actually, / true / . She’s got
great taste! 1 point for each correct answer   10
___________________________________________ Total 100
B (6) you / have / But / always / her / fancied / you /
haven’t / ?
___________________________________________

1 point for each correct answer   5

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Unit test 4A Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 Complete with the missing forms of the modal verbs.


Permission No permission Asking for permission
You can do it. (1) ________________ Can I do it?
You are allowed to do it. You aren’t allowed to do it. (2) ________________

Obligation Prohibition Asking about obligation


(3) ________________ You mustn’t do it. Must I do it?

Obligation No obligation Asking about obligation


You have to do it. (4) ________________ (5) ________________
2 points for each correct answer   10

2 Match A and B to make sentences and questions.


A 7 You … always keep your passport with you when
1 Do young men still have to d you’re travelling.
2 Members are not allowed to _____ a  should   b  can
3 If you ride a motorbike, you should _____ 8 You … marry him! He’s already got a wife.
4 Sorry, I must _____ a  don’t have to   b  mustn’t

5 Are teenagers allowed to _____ 9 I think this meat is bad! You … eat it.
a  mustn’t   b  aren’t allowed to
6 Before travelling abroad, you should _____
10 Do you think I … tell Fiona that her boyfriend loves
B Gail?
a wear a safety helmet. a  can   b  should
b copy CDs borrowed from the library. 11 Come on! You … tell me the truth. I want to know.
c check the weather forecast for your destination. a  must   b  are allowed to
d do military service in the UK?
e buy cigarettes and alcohol? 1 point for each correct answer   10
f go home now – it’s very late.
4 Complete the advice using the correct form of should or
1 point for each correct answer   5 must.
1 There’s no reason to believe him.
3 Circle the correct words. You shouldn’t believe him.
1 I think grandma’s really ill, we … call a doctor 2 Smoking is forbidden here.
immediately. You _______________________________________.
a  must   b  can 3 It’s not a good idea to argue with your boss.
2 If there is a fire, you … leave the office building. I don’t _____________________________________.
a  have to   b  are allowed to
4 It’s illegal to sell alcohol to children.
3 You … make a fire in a forest in dry weather.
Shops _____________________________________.
a   don’t have to   b  mustn’t
5 Wearing a seat-belt is compulsory.
4 You … drive on the left in Australia.
Drivers ____________________________________.
a  must   b  should
6 It’s not too late for you to go to the match.
5 My cousins … play computer games on weeknights.
a  aren’t able to   b  aren’t allowed to You _______________________________________.

6 My car’s broken down. Do you think I … get a new one? 1 point for each correct answer   5
a  should   b  can

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5 Correct the mistakes in the sentences. Tick (3) the three 3 The bike was fine, but the car couldn’t get across /
correct sentences. through / into the gap.
1 British teenagers hadn’t to attend school in the 19th 4 I decided to take on / in / up tennis to improve my
century.  didn’t have to fitness.
2 We are allowed to recycle more to reduce waste.  _____ 5 He cleaned his shoes after he took them off / took off
3 You mustn’t buy a new computer to use this program. them / took his shoes off.
It works fine on older ones.  _____ 6 They don’t get on / away / up with their neighbours.
4 In Scotland, you are not allowed to smoke in pubs. 7 I’m looking forward to / for / after my pen. Have you
_____ seen it?
5 I musted finish my project before I went to bed last 8 We asked our friends to look after / for / at our dog
night.  _____ while we were away.
6 You don’t have to allow babies to travel in the front 9 I hate to bring in / on / up the question of money, but
seat.  _____ we have to discuss it.
7 You can see Ang Lee’s new film – it’s brilliant.  _____ 10 I hope I’ll get through / over / across the exam. I’ve
8 Before 1960 in the UK, young men had to do military studied really hard.
service.  _____ 11 When you’re in Rome, look me up / look up me / look
9 I didn’t allow to stay up late when I was a kid.  _____ me in the phone book.
10 Do we must tidy up our room right now?  _____
1 point for each correct answer   10
11 Can I go out now, Mum? I’ve done my homework.
_____ 8 Complete the sentences with a suitable word.
1 point for each correct answer   10 1 After working for a big company, my father set up his
own business.
6 Complete the text with modal verbs from the box. 2 I was __________ up to respect older people and to be
considerate.
can   can’t   must   must   should   shouldn’t 3 The recent war pushed __________ the price of petrol.
4 My little cousin threw a tantrum in the shop, so I
To apply for the new photocard driving licence, you __________ in and bought the toy.
(1) must send either your passport or birth certificate for 5 Our plane took __________ late, so we were worried
identification. If you are planning to travel abroad within four about missing the connection.
weeks, you (2) __________ send us your passport. You
6 Turn the TV __________. My favourite programme’s
(3) __________ keep a photocopy of the documents that
you send in. You (4) __________ still drive while your starting in a minute.
application is being processed. 7 The flood in Britain __________ off several towns and
Please note: your photograph (5) __________ be in colour. villages.
The department (6) __________ accept black and white 8 I had problems dealing __________ the difficult
photographs. Black and white photographs will be returned to conditions at first.
the applicant.
9 I thought I would __________ up some Italian, but
most people spoke English.
2 points for each correct answer   10 10 I look like my mum, but both my brothers take
__________ my dad.
7 Circle the correct word or phrase. 11 Is your mobile working OK? I couldn’t __________
1 Many people find it difficult to give up / in / away through earlier.
smoking.
2 The whole family is looking forward for / to / after the
1 point for each correct answer   10
holiday.

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9 Complete the polite requests and offers with the correct 10 Translate the sentences into your language.
phrase. 1 Could you show me how you did that?
1 Do you think (gift-wrap) you could gift-wrap it for me? ___________________________________________
2 Certainly. I’ll just (price / off) __________. 2 You’ve got to look for the good in people.
3 (mind) __________ opening the window? It’s really ___________________________________________
hot.
3 Could you drop me at the university?
4 Would you mind (I open) __________ the window?
___________________________________________
It’s very stuffy.
4 Would you mind if I opened the window?
5 (ready to order) __________, or shall I come back
later? ___________________________________________

6 Do you think (try on) __________ these jeans? 5 Everybody says I take after my mother.

7 Do you think we (get table on the terrace) ___________________________________________


__________? 6 It’s not easy to put up with all the noise in a big city.
8 Sorry, I (not realize) __________ it was your chair. ___________________________________________
9 If you want, I’ll (lift) __________ into town later. 7 I think we’ve been cut off.
10 Could you (drop / market) __________? ___________________________________________
11 Would you mind (move / car) __________? I can’t get 8 It’s the only fair thing to do.
my car out. ___________________________________________
9 Putting yourself first is not good manners.
2 points for each correct answer   20
___________________________________________
10 It’s difficult to get things right.
___________________________________________

1 point for each correct answer   10


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Unit test 4B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 Complete with the missing forms of the modal verbs.


Permission No permission Asking for permission
You can do it. You can’t do it. (1) ______________
You are allowed to do it. (2) ______________ Am I allowed to do it?

Obligation Prohibition Asking about obligation


You must do it. (3) ______________ (4) ______________

Obligation No obligation Asking about obligation


(5) ______________ You don’t have to do it. Do I have to do it?
2 points for each correct answer   10

2 Match A and B to make sentences and questions.


A 8 Come on! You must / are allowed to hurry. The bus is
1 Do under-16s in the UK have to f leaving.
2 Before buying an expensive item, you should _____ 9 You don’t have to / mustn’t use the lifts when there’s a
fire.
3 Visitors are not allowed to _____
10 When you’re driving abroad, you should / can always
4 If you drive a car, you should _____
carry your driving licence.
5 Are you allowed to _____
11 My mum says I ’m not allowed to / ’m not able to stay
6 I’m afraid I must _____ out late.
B
1 point for each correct answer   10
a leave now – my train’s coming.
b use the staff restaurant. 4 Complete the advice using the correct form of should or
c wear a seat-belt. must.
d check the prices in other shops. 1 There’s no reason to invite her.
e use a mobile phone when you’re driving? You shouldn’t invite her.
f get their parents’ permission to marry? 2 Selling cigarettes to children is illegal.
Shops _____________________________________.
1 point for each correct answer   5
3 It is compulsory to wear a safety helmet.
3 Circle the correct verb. Motorcyclists _______________________________.
1 I think your stepfather’s very ill, you can / must call a 4 Parking is prohibited here.
doctor right now. You _______________________________________.
2 You should / must drive on the right in Germany. 5 It’s too early for you to go home yet.
3 That food smells bad! You mustn’t / don’t have to eat it. You _______________________________________.
4 What do you think? Should / Can I buy a new 6 It’s probably not a good idea to confront your teacher.
computer? I don’t _____________________________________.
5 I think I can / should tell my brother that his fiancée is
in love with me. 1 point for each correct answer   5
6 She’s already married. You don’t have to / aren’t allowed
to marry her.
7 You have to / are allowed to leave the hotel room if
there’s a fire.

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Unit test 4B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

5 Correct the mistakes in the sentences. Tick (3) the three 7 Circle the correct words.
correct sentences. 1 I tried to give … smoking many times, but I still smoke,
1 Children over 10 in the UK hadn’t to go to school unfortunately.
before 1899.  didn’t have to a  away   b  up   c  in
2 You are not allowed to smoke in pubs in 2 Our new car couldn’t get … the garage door.
Ireland.  _____ a  through   b  across   c  into
3 Do you must work on Sunday?  _____ 3 We don’t get … with the boys from the park.
4 In Britain, young men had to do military service in the a  away   b  on   c  up
1950s.  _____ 4 Our friends will look … our cat while we are away.
5 When we were young, we didn’t allow to stay out late. a  after   b  for   c  at
_____ 5 Nick brought … the question of money, so we had to
6 I think you are allowed to buy a new jacket. This one discuss it.
doesn’t suit you. a  in   b  on   c  up
7 Can I invite my friends over when you’re on holiday, 6 I’m sure you’ll get … the exams. You’re a good student.
Mum?  _____ a  through   b  across   c  over
8 You can read Peter’s novel – it’s fantastic.  _____ 7 I’m looking forward … seeing you again soon.
9 Babies don’t have to be allowed to travel in the front a  to   b  for   c  after
seat.  _____ 8 You should … in the phone book when you’re next in
10 The software works fine on your computer. You Oxford.
mustn’t buy a new one to run it.  _____ a  look me up   b  look up me   c  look me
11 We musted tidy up our room before we went out 9 She couldn’t see with her sunglasses on, so she … .
yesterday evening.  _____ a  took them off   b  took off them  
c  took her glasses off
1 point for each correct answer   10
10 We’re looking … Room H367. Do you know where it is?
a  after   b  forward to   c  for
6 Complete the text with modal verbs from the box.
11 My grandfather took … golf to get some exercise.
can   can’t   must   must   should   shouldn’t a  in   b  on   c  up

1 point for each correct answer   10


You (1) must send either your passport or birth certificate for
identification to apply for the new photocard driving licence . 8 Complete the sentences with a suitable word.
You (2) __________ send us your passport if you are
planning to travel abroad within four weeks. You 1 My uncle set up his own business after leaving his
(3) __________ keep a photocopy of the documents that previous company.
you send in. While your application is being processed, you 2 At the beginning I couldn’t deal __________ all the
(4) __________ still drive. little problems.
Important: your photograph (5) __________ be in colour, as 3 Jeanne was __________ up in France, but she can’t
we (6) __________ accept black and white photographs. We remember her childhood.
will return black and white photographs to the applicant.
4 Turn the radio __________. I want to listen to the
weather forecast.
2 points for each correct answer   10 5 I tried to ring you earlier, but I couldn’t __________
through.
6 My little sisters take __________ my mum, but I look
more like my dad.
7 Parents shouldn’t __________ in to the demands of a
child who throws tantrums.

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Unit test 4B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

8 Many towns and villages have been cut __________ by 10 Translate the sentences into your language.
the recent flood. 1 Could you show me how you did that?
9 The expensive redecoration work pushed __________ ___________________________________________
the value of our house.
2 You’ve got to look for the good in people.
10 It’s hard to __________ up Welsh in the south where
___________________________________________
most people speak English.
3 Could you drop me at the university?
11 We missed the connection because our London flight
took __________ three hours late. ___________________________________________
4 Would you mind if I opened the window?
1 point for each correct answer   10 ___________________________________________
5 Everybody says I take after my mother.
9 Complete the polite requests and offers with the correct
___________________________________________
phrase.
6 It’s not easy to put up with all the noise in a big city.
1 Do you think (gift-wrap) you could gift-wrap it for me?
___________________________________________
2 Of course. I’ll just (price / off) __________.
7 I think we’ve been cut off.
3 Do you think we (get table near the window)
__________? ___________________________________________
4 Do you think (try on) __________ this dress? 8 It’s the only fair thing to do.
5 I’ll (lift) __________ into town if you like. ___________________________________________
6 Could you (drop / supermarket) __________? 9 Putting yourself first is not good manners.
7 Oh, sorry. I (not realize) __________ I was sitting on ___________________________________________
your jacket. 10 It’s difficult to get things right.
8 (ready to order) __________ or shall I come back ___________________________________________
later?
9 Would you mind (move / car) __________? My van 1 point for each correct answer   10
can’t get through. Total 100
10 Would you mind (I open) __________ the window?
It’s boiling.
11 (mind) __________ closing the window? It’s really
cold.

2 points for each correct answer   20

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Unit test 5A Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 Decide which sentence expresses an intention (I), a 3 Match sentences in exercise 2 with a suitable sentence.
prediction (P), or an arrangement (A). Write I, P, or A. 1 Does anyone know if Sean’s coming with us? _____
1 I don’t think computers will replace human teachers in 2 No, I’m going to be interviewed about space travel on
schools.  P TV. _____
2 It might rain this afternoon. _____ 3 OK, I’ll definitely be there by then. _____
3 She’s meeting Rob for a coffee before school. _____ 4 Will you be home early tonight? _____
4 I’m going to take up tennis – I definitely need 5 I could be late, so leave the ticket for me. _____
more exercise. _____
6 I think he’ll do fine. _____
5 They may move to England next year. _____
7 What are you doing later? _____
6 I’d like to take up a new hobby. _____
8 Why? Is she going on holiday again? 1
7 If we don’t hurry, we’ll be late. _____
9 Don’t be so pessimistic – it could still brighten
8 I’m going shopping. Is there anything you up. _____
want? _____
10 No, I’m not sure we ever will. _____
9 The performance is starting at 7 p.m. _____
11 I disagree. I think they will. _____
10 We could go away next week. We haven’t
booked anything yet. _____ 1 point for each correct answer   10
11 I won’t pass the exam, I’m sure. _____
4 Complete the conversation with the correct future form
1 point for each correct answer   10 of a verb from the box.

2 Circle the correct future form of the verb. be   come   do   go   meet   take

1 Sally tells me that she definitely might work / A What (1) are you doing this evening?
won’t work next week. B I’m not sure. I (2) __________ Rob for a coffee at 4.30
2 He ’ll come / might come with us. He’ll ring on Sunday but I may be free later. Why?
to tell me. A I (3) __________ to Peter’s house and I need a lift.
3 I ’m catching / ’ll catch the bus, so I might be late. B No problem, I (4) __________ you. What’s happened
4 I don’t think people will ever live / are ever going to live to your car?
on another planet. A It’s being serviced. They say it (5) __________ ready
5 You look very smart. Are you going / Will you go to a job on Friday.
interview? B OK, I (6) __________ to your place after my meeting
6 Do you think we will ever know / are ever going to know with Rob.
the truth?
7 We haven’t decided what to do. We will go / might go to 2 points for each correct answer   10
the cinema.
8 You are getting / could still get to the theatre by eight. 5 Correct the mistakes in the sentences. Tick (3) the three
correct sentences.
9 We may start / ’re starting the meeting at 10 a.m.
exactly. 1 I don’t think people won’t live in space. will live

10 If he doesn’t study, he won’t get / aren’t getting through 2 What might our cars be like in fifty years’ time? _____
the exam. 3 The weather forecast says it’s raining next
11 I don’t think tomorrow will be / won’t be sunny. weekend. _____
4 If we don’t hurry, we miss the train. _____
1 point for each correct answer   10 5 Steve and I are going cycling tomorrow. _____
6 We will go to Bristol on Friday – we’re not
sure yet. _____
7 I’m writing soon, I promise. _____

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8 What time will you meet Andy tonight? _____ 8 Write the name of the part of speech for the completed
9 Scientists predict that we will discover extra- words from exercise 7.
terrestrial beings. _____
adjective   adverb   noun   verb
10 Do you think you’re winning the contest next
year? _____ 1 adjective
11 My wife’s pregnant – she’ll have a baby. _____ 2 _____
3 _____
1 point for each correct answer   10
4 _____

6 Complete the missing words. 5 _____

1 They’re predicting a heatwave. They say it will be over 6 _____


35°C next week. 7 _____
2 Annual storms are formed in the t__________ region 8 _____
around the equator. 9 _____
3 The h__________ destroyed towns in the State of 10 _____
Texas with high wind speeds. 11 _____
4 There is no convincing e__________ for the existence
of intelligent life on Mars. 1 point for each correct answer   10
5 In the future, doctors could use animal organs for
t__________. 9 Complete the words with a prefix from the box.
6 Villages have been cut off by the f__________ and dis-   il-   im- (x 3)   in-   mis-   re- (x 3)   un-
rain.
1 I disagree with your opinion. You’re too pessimistic.
2 points for each correct answer   10 2 What you’re asking is simply _____possible. We can’t
do it.
7 Complete the words with a suitable suffix. 3 I can’t pay you in cash. It’s _____legal.
1 Carolyn always wears colourful clothes. Today she’s
4 If you fail the exam once, you can _____take it later.
wearing a purple skirt.
5 Don’t be so _____patient. Lunch will be ready soon.
2 Babies have to get an inject_____ to protect them from
serious diseases. 6 Don’t throw away that envelope. You could _____use
it.
3 Karen hasn’t found a suit_____ flat yet.
7 Dave’s really _____lucky. He lost his winning lottery
4 I’m a real_____. I know people can’t save the world.
ticket.
5 We’ll have to short_____ this exercise. It’s too long.
8 I don’t recognize my flat. My wife’s _____arranged it
6 In heavy rain, water levels rise rapid_____. again.
7 My uncle is a care_____ driver. He’s had many 9 You don’t have to wear a tie. It’s an _____formal
accidents. meeting.
8 I’ve just read the sensation_____ news. Alien life has 10 Don’t be so _____polite. Say thank you.
been discovered.
11 You _____understood. I said ‘peach cake’ not
9 Astronauts train a lot to get used to weightless_____. ‘beefsteak’.
10 We need a responsible person for the job and you
definitely qual_____. 1 point for each correct answer   10
11 It will definite_____ be a cold day tomorrow.

1 point for each correct answer   10

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10 Translate the sentences into your language.


1 I was wondering if you’d like to come to the theatre
with us?
___________________________________________
2 We’d better get a move on.
___________________________________________
3 I kept my plans pretty quiet.
___________________________________________
4 That’s pretty much what we wanted.
___________________________________________
5 I love chess, but I’m pretty hopeless at it.
___________________________________________
6 We’ll do our bit.
___________________________________________
7 Wrap up warm if you go out tonight.
___________________________________________
8 Sounds good to me.
___________________________________________
9 ‘Can you make it 5 p.m.?’ ‘I’m afraid that’s no good.’
___________________________________________
10 Sorry, the Sunday’s out for me.
___________________________________________

1 point for each correct answer   10


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Unit test 5B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 Decide which sentence expresses an intention (I), a 3 Match sentences in exercise 2 with a suitable sentence.
prediction (P), or an arrangement (A). Write I, P, or A. 1 Does anyone know if Liz is coming with us this
1 Computers will never replace human teachers in evening? _____
schools.  P 2 Do you think so? I think they will. _____
2 They may move to Ireland in December. _____ 3 Really? I think I’m already too late. _____
3 Is there anything you want? I’m going shopping. _____ 4 Why? Is he taking the day off? 1
4 We’re starting the meeting at 10 a.m. _____ 5 I think she’ll do fine. _____
5 I don’t think I’ll pass the exam. _____ 6 Don’t be so pessimistic – it could still be warm. _____
6 I’d like to learn Spanish. _____ 7 No, I’m going to my sister’s wedding this
7 We might be on holiday next month. We haven’t afternoon. _____
decided yet. _____ 8 No, I don’t think you ever will. _____
8 We’ll be late if we don’t hurry. _____ 9 No problem, we’ll definitely be there on time. _____
9 Rob’s meeting her for coffee after school. _____ 10 What are they doing at the weekend? _____
10 When you go to Moscow, you’ll need to take your 11 What time will you arrive this afternoon? _____
winter clothes. _____
11 I’m going to start exercising – I need to get fit. _____ 1 point for each correct answer   10

1 point for each correct answer   10 4 Complete the conversation with the correct future form
of a verb from the box.
2 Circle the correct future form of the verb.
be   come   do   go   meet   take
1 Jake says he definitely might work / won’t work
tomorrow. A What (1) are you doing tonight?
2 They will go / might go to a concert on Saturday, but B I don’t know yet. I (2) __________ Jen at six but I
they haven’t got tickets yet. might be free later. Why?
3 The performance is starting / may start at 7 p.m., so we A I (3) __________ to the university library and I need
should arrive by 6.45. a lift.
4 We ’ll be / might be late, we’re catching the train. B That’s OK, I (4) __________ you. What’s wrong with
5 She isn’t getting / won’t get through the exam if she your car?
doesn’t study hard. A It’s broken down again, so it’s being mended. They say
6 I’m sure people are never going to live / will never live in it (5) __________ ready tomorrow.
space. B OK. I (6) __________ to your house after my meeting
7 I don’t think this summer will be / won’t be hot. with Jen.
8 Am I ever going to know / Will I ever know the secret?
2 points for each correct answer   10
9 You’ve got ten minutes left. I think you could still get /
are getting there.
10 She ’ll come / might come to the cinema. She’ll ring at
six to tell me.
11 That’s a nice suit! Will you go / Are you going to a job
interview?

1 point for each correct answer   10

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5 Correct the mistakes in the sentences. Tick (3) the three 7 Complete the words with a suitable suffix.
correct sentences. 1 Katie often wears colourful clothes. Today she’s
1 I don’t think people won’t live on other planets.  wearing a red skirt, a green T-shirt, and blue shoes.
will live 2 In a warm spring, snow melts rapid_____.
2 We’re going to miss the plane if we don’t hurry. _____ 3 Tomorrow will definite_____ by a very warm day.
3 We will go to the cinema this evening – we 4 This story is too long. I’ll short_____ it.
haven’t decided yet. _____
5 I know that we can’t save every animal on earth. I’m a
4 I promise I’m calling you soon. _____ real_____.
5 What time will you meet Jake this evening? _____ 6 We’ll need to find a suit_____ person for the job.
6 Some scientists predict that we will discover 7 I think I quali_____ for the job – I’ve got a lot of
alien life in space. _____ experience.
7 Do you think you’re passing the exam next 8 Weightless_____ is difficult for astronauts to get used
term? _____ to.
8 John’s sister’s pregnant – she’ll have a baby. _____ 9 I’ve heard a sensation_____ story! An alien visitor
9 What might our homes be like in thirty years’ arrived in Washington D.C.
time? _____ 10 These days you can get an inject_____ to protect you
10 The weather forecast says it’s snowing from the flu.
tomorrow. _____ 11 If you’re care_____, you’ll have many accidents.
11 Anna and I are going swimming this evening. _____
1 point for each correct answer   10
1 point for each correct answer   10
8 Write the name of the part of speech for the completed
6 Complete the missing words. words from exercise 7.
1 They say it will be over 35°C next week. They’re
adjective   adverb   noun   verb
predicting a heatwave.
2 Scientists haven’t found any e__________ for the 1 adjective
existence of intelligent life on Mars. 2 _____
3 Animal organs could be used for t__________ in the 3 _____
future. 4 _____
4 Parts of Louisiana were destroyed by the wind speeds 5 _____
of the h__________.
6 _____
5 After two weeks of rain, the f__________ cut off some
7 _____
villages.
8 _____
6 In the t__________ region around the equator,
enormous storms are formed. 9 _____
10 _____
2 points for each correct answer   10 11 _____

1 point for each correct answer   10

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9 Complete the words with a prefix from the box. 10 Translate the sentences into your language.
1 I was wondering if you’d like to come to the theatre
dis-   il-   im- (x 3)   in-   mis-   re- (x 3)   un-
with us?
1 We always argue. She disagrees with everything I say. ___________________________________________
2 You can _____take the exam if you don’t pass the first 2 We’d better get a move on.
time. ___________________________________________
3 My sister’s so _____patient – she can’t wait for ten 3 I kept my plans pretty quiet.
minutes.
___________________________________________
4 It’s an _____formal party. Guests don’t have to wear
4 That’s pretty much what we wanted.
suits.
___________________________________________
5 I don’t think you’re clumsy. I think you’re just
_____lucky. 5 I love chess, but I’m pretty hopeless at it.

6 My parents often _____arrange the furniture in their ___________________________________________


house for a change. 6 We’ll do our bit.
7 I don’t think we can do what you’re asking. It’s ___________________________________________
_____possible. 7 Wrap up warm if you go out tonight.
8 When someone says hello, respond. Don’t be ___________________________________________
_____polite. 8 Sounds good to me.
9 I should speak more clearly. People often ___________________________________________
_____understand me.
9 ‘Can you make it 5 p.m.?’ ‘I’m afraid that’s no good.’
10 To save paper, you can _____use envelopes.
___________________________________________
11 It’s _____legal to employ children to do an adult’s job.
10 Sorry, the Sunday’s out for me.
1 point for each correct answer   10 ___________________________________________

1 point for each correct answer   10


Total 100

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Unit test 6A Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 Circle the correct question that goes with the answer. 2 Complete the questions with a word from the box.
1 He’s in his forties.
are   big   colour   do   does   far
a  Where is Mark?   b  How tall is Mark?   hair   is   long   many   size
c  How old is Mark?
2 It’s about 82 square metres. 1 ‘What’s her hair like?’ ‘Long and curly.’
a  How big is your flat?   b  What’s your flat like?   2 ‘What _____ shoes do you wear?’ ‘44.’
c  How far is the centre from your flat? 3 ‘How _____ brothers have you got?’ ‘I haven’t got a
3 Quite casual – she’s not keen on formal clothes. brother.’
a  What does Ann wear?   4 ‘How _____ is your school?’ ‘It’s got 700 students.’
b  What kind of clothes does Ann wear?   5 ‘What _____ eyes have they got?’ ‘I don’t know.’
c  What does Ann look like?
6 ‘How much _____ it cost?’ ‘Twenty euros.’
4 He’s a bit like his father – sociable and good fun.
7 ‘How _____ did you have to wait?’ ‘Half an hour.’
a  Who does Nick take after?  
8 ‘What _____ they like doing?’ ‘They like sports.’
b  What does Nick look like?  
c  What does Nick like doing? 9 ‘What _____ this button for?’ ‘It turns on the camera.’
5 We’re fine, thanks. 10 ‘What _____ you like?’ ‘I’m quite easy-going.’
a  What are you like?   b  Are you fine?   11 ‘How _____ is it to school?’ ‘A ten-minute walk.’
c  How are you?
1 point for each correct answer   10
6 Plastic and steel, I think.
a  Where is it from?   b  What is it like?  
c  What is it made of?
3 Write a question for each answer with the word like.
1 What do you like doing?
7 I like playing tennis and football.
I enjoy playing golf.
a  What do you do?   b  What do you look like?  
c  What do you like doing? 2 ___________________________________________
8 Six foot one, maybe six foot two. Yes, I do. I think Italian food’s really delicious.
a  How much do you weigh?   b  How tall are you?   3 ___________________________________________
c  What’s your size? I’ll have a sandwich and some mineral water, please.
9 It’s in the centre of town. 4 ___________________________________________
a  Which part of town is your school in?   I’m quite cautious, and a bit conservative.
b  How far is your school from here?   5 ___________________________________________
c  What is your school like? I’m medium height, and I’m not very slim.
10 I’d like some brown bread, please. 6 ___________________________________________
a  Do you like brown bread?   The food in Italy is really delicious.
b  What sort of bread would you like?  
c  What’s this bread like? 2 points for each correct answer   10
11 Japan.
a  What is this car like?   b  Where is this car from?  
c  What is this car made of?

1 point for each correct answer   10

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4 Match the questions with the answers. There is one 6 Circle the most suitable word.
answer you cannot match. 1 Dave’s a tight / close / deep friend of mine.
1 How tall is your brother?    c   2 I really fancy Tom. He’s tall, dark and pretty / nice /
2 Which floor is your flat on? _____ handsome.
3 How much does this machine weigh? _____ 3 I’m looking for a long-lasting / well-behaved / hard-working
4 How old is your city? _____ friendship.
5 How far is the city centre? _____ 4 The weather’s beautiful today. It’s warm and the sky is fresh
/ clear / nice.
6 What size is your kitchen? _____
5 Being a teacher is a challenging / heavy / hard-working job.
a The second.
6 Lisa’s really handsome / attractive / easy-going. Men always
b About ten kilos, I think. fall in love with her.
c He’s 1m 98.
7 We visited the ancient / old-fashioned / traditional ruins of
d About half an hour by bus.
Tintagel Castle.
e Four metres by three.
8 If you want to be healthy, eat a lot of brand-new / fresh /
f Size 38.
latest fruit and vegetables.
g More than 400 years.
9 This cottage is situated in a good-looking / an ancient / a
2 points for each correct answer   10 charming old village.
10 Did you make this pizza yourself? It really tastes
5 Complete the adjectives with -ed or -ing. home-made / old-fashioned / much-loved.
1 I saw an interesting programme on TV. 11 Lots of people in close / crowded / tight rooms make me
2 Last weekend wasn’t very relax____. I had to work nervous.
a lot.
1 point for each correct answer   10
3 I can’t sleep. I’m so excit____ about going to
Disneyland!
7 Complete the compound adjectives with the missing part.
4 She’s quite relax____. She doesn’t worry about
1 My parents are really old-fashioned. They want to meet
things.
every girl I mention.
5 My brother’s interest____ in space exploration.
2 Our neighbours have got really ____-behaved children.
6 We’re feeling exhaust____. The flight was tiring. They are so rude.
7 Were you disappoint____ when you failed the 3 Is this car new? Or did you buy it ____-hand?
exam?
4 Angela’s a ____-working employee. She should get a better
8 The film had amaz____ special effects. We really salary.
enjoyed it.
5 Coldplay is ____-famous. People in every country know
9 The lesson was disappoint____. We didn’t learn the band.
anything new.
6 Her parents are quite ____-going. They don’t worry about
10 Are you surpris____ to see me here? what she does.
11 I met a charm____ young gentleman on the train. 7 I don’t work ____-time. I only do four hours a day.
8 David Beckham is a good-____ man.
1 point for each correct answer   10
9 First-____ children are more responsible than their
younger brothers and sisters.
10 My sister’s bought me a brand-____ camera. It’s much
better than my old one.
11 Rolls-Royce cars are not built by robots. They are still
hand-____.

1 point for each correct answer   10

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8 Cross out the wrong adverb. 11 Translate the sentences into your language.
1 drive carefully / peacefully 1 The thing I like about him is the way he makes friends
2 wait suddenly / patiently with everyone.
3 rain deeply / heavily ___________________________________________

4 whisper softly / fluently 2 Me, I’m a lot more sociable.


___________________________________________
5 love bravely / passionately
3 Keep your receipt. That’s your guarantee.
6 shine brightly / smartly
___________________________________________
1 point for each correct answer   5 4 What size shoes do you take?
___________________________________________
9 Add -ly to the adverb only where it’s necessary. 5 How long is it guaranteed for?
1 Donna dresses really badly   . Her clothes never look ___________________________________________
right for her. 6 We have our ups and downs, of course.
2 Walk straight____ on to the end of the street, then turn ___________________________________________
right. 7 We don’t really see eye to eye about things.
3 My wife and I have lived together____ for three years. ___________________________________________
4 Don’t drive so fast____! You’ll have an accident! 8 Do these come in any other colours?
5 Explain this to me clear____ again. I still don’t ___________________________________________
understand. 9 It doesn’t fit me. It’s too tight.
6 Don’t walk so quick____. I can’t keep up! ___________________________________________
7 We had good plans, but it all went wrong____. 10 She’s quite young at heart.
8 The weather’s really sunny, even____ in November. ___________________________________________
9 He sudden____ left home after he got that phone call.
1 point for each correct answer   10
10 I love your clothes. You always dress so smart____.
Total 100
11 I study hard____ all year to get through my exams.

1 point for each correct answer   10

10 Rewrite the sentences with the same meaning, adding


emphasis and starting with the words given.
1 I love her sense of humour.
What I love about her is her sense of humour.
2 I really miss my mum’s cooking.
What I really ________________________.
3 I like the fact that she doesn’t get impatient with
anyone.
What I like ________________________.
4 I adore the way she sings.
What I adore ________________________.
5 I hate the way he makes me feel.
What I hate ________________________.
6 I enjoy talking to her.
What I enjoy ________________________.

1 point for each correct answer   5

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Unit test 6B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 Circle the correct question that goes with the answer. 2 Complete the questions with a word from the box.
1 She’s in her sixties.
are   big   colour   do   does   far
a  How tall is Maggie?   b  Where is Maggie?   hair   is   long   many   size
c  How old is Maggie?
2 I’d like some white bread, please. 1 ‘What’s his hair like?’ ‘Straight and blond.’
a  What sort of bread would you like?   2 ‘What ____ eyes has she got?’ ‘Blue, I think.’
b  What’s this bread like?   c  Do you like white bread? 3 ‘What ____ this button do?’ ‘It turns off the DVD
3 Quite formal – he doesn’t like casual clothes. player.’
a  What does Tom look like?   4 ‘How ____ is it to the office?’ ‘Just a short walk.’
b  What sort of clothes does Tom wear?   5 ‘How ____ was the film?’ ‘Three hours.’
c  What does Tom wear?
6 ‘What ____ they like?’ ‘They’re tall and attractive.’
4 I like going to the cinema.
7 ‘What ____ is the hard disk?’ ‘120 GB.’
a  What do you look like?   b  What do you do?  
8 ‘What ____ you like doing?’ ‘I like reading.’
c  What do you like doing?
9 ‘How ____ is your school?’ ‘It’s got 500 students.’
5 Thanks, I’m fine.
a  Are you fine?   b  What are you like?   10 ‘How ____ sisters have you got?’ ‘I’ve got four sisters.’
c  How are you? 11 ‘How much ___ it?’ ‘Twenty euros.’
6 Five foot ten, I think.
1 point for each correct answer   10
a  What’s your size?   b  How tall are you?  
c  How much do you weigh?
3 Write a question for each answer with the word like.
7 It’s about 120 square metres.
1 What do you like doing?
a  What’s your house like?   b  How big is your house?  
I enjoy playing golf.
c  How far is your house from the centre?
2 ___________________________________________
8 They’re in the centre of the city.
I’m a bit old-fashioned and a bit quiet.
a  Which part of the city are the shops in?  
b  What are the shops like in the city?   3 ___________________________________________
c  How far are the shops from here? I’m tall, slim, and people say I’m pretty.
9 Italy. 4 ___________________________________________
a  What is this car made of?   b  What is this car like?   The food in Italy is really delicious.
c  Where is this car from? 5 ___________________________________________
10 Steel and plastic, probably. We’ll have two hamburgers and chips, please.
a  What is it made of?   b  Where is it from?   6 ___________________________________________
c  What is it like? No, I don’t. Russian food is too rich for me.
11 She’s a bit like her mother – quiet, but very friendly.
a  What does Kate look like?   2 points for each correct answer   10
b  What does Kate like doing?  
c  Who does Kate take after?

1 point for each correct answer   10

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Unit test 6B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

4 Match the questions with the answers. There is one 6 Circle the most suitable word.
answer you cannot match. 1 Liz is a deep / tight / close friend of mine.
1 How old is your sister? f 2 What a lovely spring day! The sky is nice / clear / fresh and
2 How much does this camera weigh? _____ the air is warm.
3 How far is the train station? _____ 3 Sheila is so easy-going / handsome / attractive. Every man
4 How tall is this building? _____ falls in love with her.
5 What size is your bedroom? _____ 4 Jerry is tall, dark, and nice / pretty / good-looking, so I quite
fancy him.
6 Which floor is your office on? _____
5 The traditional / ancient / old-fashioned ruins of Tintagel
a I don’t know. Half a kilo? Castle are by the sea.
b About 50 metres. It’s got 20 storeys. 6 Eating a lot of brand-new / latest / fresh fruit and vegetables
c About 15 square metres. is good for your health.
d The third.
7 The hotel is situated in an ancient / a good-looking / a
e Size 42. charming old village.
f She’s twenty-four.
8 I hate being in tight / crowded / close rooms with lots of
g Just a ten-minute walk.
people.
2 points for each correct answer   10 9 This cake tastes home-made / traditional / old-fashioned!
Did you make it yourself?
5 Complete the adjectives with -ed or -ing. 10 Doctors do a hard-working / challenging / heavy job.
1 Today’s English lesson was quite interesting. 11 Ours has been a long-lasting / hard-working / well-behaved
2 I was disappoint____ when I didn’t get the job. friendship.

3 He doesn’t worry too much about problems. He’s 1 point for each correct answer   10
quite relax____.
4 Last night’s film was amaz____! I’m still thinking 7 Complete the compound adjectives with the missing part.
about it.
1 My parents are quite old-fashioned. They think I’m going
5 We’re feeling tir____. The flight was exhausting. to marry my first girlfriend.
6 The hotel wasn’t relax____. I couldn’t sleep 2 My job isn’t full-____. I only work from 8 to 12 in the
because of the noise. mornings.
7 That programme was really disappoint____. I 3 Alison’s really ____-working. She works a lot of extra
thought it would be better. hours.
8 Why are you so surpris____? Didn’t you expect a 4 Rolls-Royce cars are still hand-____ – they are not built by
present? robots.
9 She spoke to a charm____ old man in the café. 5 Brad Pitt is a good-____ man.
10 I’m excit____ about meeting the Queen! I can’t 6 The children are really ____-behaved. They’re always very
wait. polite.
11 What are you interest____ in? 7 Many presidents are first-____ children. Their brothers or
sisters are all younger.
1 point for each correct answer   10
8 I’ve got a brand-____ iPod. It’s really cool.
9 Did you really buy this computer ____-hand? It looks new!
10 Jake’s mum and dad are really easy-____. They never argue
about what he does.
11 Spielberg is a ____-famous director. Everybody knows his
name.

1 point for each correct answer   10

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8 Circle the correct words. 10 Rewrite the sentences with the same meaning, adding
1 die … emphasis and starting with the words given.
a  carefully   b  peacefully 1 I really like his sense of humour.
2 rain … What I really like about him is his sense of humour.
a  deeply   b  heavily 2 I like the fact that she gets on well with everybody.
3 shine … What I like ________________________.
a  smartly   b  brightly 3 I hate the way he behaves with women.
4 wait … What I hate ________________________.
a  patiently   b  suddenly 4 I really miss my mum’s cooking.
5 whisper … What I really ________________________.
a  fluently   b  softly 5 I enjoy listening to her.
6 love … What I enjoy ________________________.
a  passionately   b  bravely 6 I adore the way she dances.
What I adore ________________________.
1 point for each correct answer   5
1 point for each correct answer   5
9 Add -ly to the adverb only where it’s necessary.
1 Frank sings really badly   . His singing is terrible. 11 Translate the sentences into your language.
2 This performance was a disaster. Everything went 1 The thing I like about him is the way he makes friends
wrong____. with everyone.
3 I still don't understand. Can you explain this clear____ ___________________________________________
again? 2 Me, I’m a lot more sociable.
4 She worked hard____ all year because she wanted a ___________________________________________
better salary. 3 Keep your receipt. That’s your guarantee.
5 Walk straight____ on to the lift, then go up to the fifth ___________________________________________
floor. 4 What size shoes do you take?
6 It’s really cold here, even____ in April. ___________________________________________
7 He got a phone call, then he left the party sudden____. 5 How long is it guaranteed for?
8 My brother always walks very quick____. ___________________________________________

9 You always dress so smart____. I love your clothes. 6 We have our ups and downs, of course.
___________________________________________
10 My cousin always drives too fast____. One day he’ll
have an accident! 7 We don’t really see eye to eye about things.
11 I’m 40, but I still live together____ with my parents. ___________________________________________
8 Do these come in any other colours?
1 point for each correct answer   10 ___________________________________________
9 It doesn’t fit me. It’s too tight.
___________________________________________
10 She’s quite young at heart.
___________________________________________

1 point for each correct answer   10


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Unit test 7A Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 Circle the correct form of the verb. 3 Match A and B to make sentences.
1 I lived / ’ve lived in Bristol in 1997. A
2 She worked / ’s worked abroad after she’d finished 1 James was born in Oxford    c  
university. 2 He lived with his parents _____
3 She didn’t learn / hasn’t learned a foreign language at 3 He studied in Cambridge _____
school.
4 While he was studying, he only visited Oxford _____
4 Has he been / Was he famous when he was still alive?
5 He met Nicola _____
5 We ’ve started / started playing hours ago.
6 They haven’t got married _____
6 My grandmother has retired / retired when she was 66.
B
7 Andrea is / ’s been a teacher for a very long time.
a until he left school.
8 Have you seen / Did you see the match yesterday?
b yet.
9 Where did you go / have you gone on holiday last year? c twenty-five years ago.
10 Are you / Have you finished your work? d for five years.
11 I lived / ’ve lived in this flat since I was child. e after he finished university.
f a couple of times a year.
1 point for each correct answer   10
2 points for each correct answer   10
2 Complete the conversations with the correct form of the
verb. 4 Complete the news report with the Present Perfect
Conversation 1 active or passive form of the verbs in the box.
A (1 be) Have you ever been in hospital?
award   decide   die   surprise   take   win
B Yes, I have. I (2 break) ________ my arm last year.
A How long (3 stay) ________ in hospital?
And here’s this evening news . . . Zippy, the world’s first cloned
B It (4 be) ________ only one night.
kangaroo (1) has died in Baltimore Zoo. His body (2) ________
Conversation 2 to Boston Animal Hospital for examinations . . . The Oscar for
A (5 study) ________ you ________ German when you Best Film (3) ________ to action movie Spiders On A Bus – a
were at school? decision which (4) ________ many film lovers . . . Bus drivers
(5) ________ to continue their strike, protesting against high
B No, I (6 never / learn) ________ German. petrol prices . . . The football Champions Cup (6) ________ by
A (7 read) ________ you ever ________ any books by Juventus after their crushing 9–1 defeat of Manchester United
German authors? in last night’s clash . . .
B Yes, I really (8 enjoy) ________ The Tin Drum by
Gunter Grass. 2 points for each correct answer   10
Conversation 3
A When (9 move) ________ you ________ to London?
B I (10 arrive) ________ in 1999, and I
(11 live) ________ here ever since.

1 point for each correct answer   10

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5 Complete the sentences with the correct Present Perfect ________________________________


form of the verb. 3 our maths teacher / absolutely adore / tests
1 More than 5 million copies of the book (sell) have been ________________________________
sold. 4 I / very fond / my grandma
2 Shakespeare’s plays (adapt) ________ for film many ________________________________
times. 5 Bruno / not stand / stupid people
3 Jack Nicholson (win) ________ three Oscars so far. ________________________________
4 Suzuki Swift cars (make) ________ in Hungary since 6 he / loathe / do / the ironing
the 1992. ________________________________
5 (be) ________ you ever ________ to the United 7 Dan / not bear / reality shows / TV
States? ________________________________
6 Modern football (play) ________ for more than a 8 I / not mind / do / shopping
hundred years.
________________________________
7 How long (live) ________ you ________ in your
9 Sue and I / quite enjoy / play / golf
home?
________________________________
8 Over 40 mm of rain (fall) ________ since this
10 people from hot countries / not always appreciate /
morning.
sunshine
9 I (not be) ________ on holiday this year yet. ________________________________
10 She (see) ________ never ________ a meteor. 11 Karen / really keen / extreme sports
11 How many times (be) ________ Elizabeth Taylor ________________________________
________ married?
1 point for each correct answer   10
1 point for each correct answer   10
8 Cross out the inappropriate response.
6 Complete the interview with the missing words. 1 My grandfather has been taken to hospital.  
A What (1) do you do for a living, Laura? That’s a shame. / How awful.
B I (2) __________ for a technology company. 2 He says he wants a family while he’s still young.  
A How long (3) __________ for them? Fair enough. / Bad luck.
B I (4) __________ working here about six months ago. 3 I’ve lost my winning lottery ticket.  
A What (5) __________ do before that? You’re kidding! / Congratulations.
B I (6) __________ Information Technology at 4 Nick asked me to marry him.  
university. I (7) __________ a student in Los Angeles. You did what? / How fantastic!
A How (8) __________ lived here in New York? 5 Right, I’m going to tell her how I feel.  
Good for you. / Lovely!
B Since I left university.
6 Do you think this dress suits me?  
A (9) __________ you ever __________ in another
Definitely. / Really?
country before?
7 We’re organizing a party for Duncan’s birthday.  
B Yes, I (10) __________. I (11) __________ in France
Good for you. / That’s great!
as a child.
8 Oh, dear! I’ve broken my teacher’s pen.  
2 points for each correct answer   20 You haven’t! / Fine.
9 I’ve just had a baby girl.   How fantastic! / Fair enough.
7 Write sentences with the words. 10 I’ve lost my keys again.   That’s too bad. / Absolutely.
1 Anita / not very keen / vanilla ice-cream 11 I walked to work this morning instead of taking the car.  
Anita’s not very keen on vanilla ice-cream. Did you? / OK.
2 we / totally crazy / basketball
1 point for each correct answer   10
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9 Translate the sentences into your language.


1 How long are you here for?
___________________________________________
2 We’re staying a month altogether.
___________________________________________
3 What are you passionate about?
___________________________________________
4 It’s all about saying what often goes unsaid.
___________________________________________
5 You have to push yourself to continue, it’s a challenge
not to give up.
___________________________________________
6 ‘He wants to enjoy his life to the full.’ ‘Fair enough.’
___________________________________________
7 ‘I told him it was all over.’ ‘You’re kidding. I always
thought you were made for each other.’
___________________________________________
8 ‘I bought the Ferrari.’ ‘You didn’t!’
___________________________________________
9 ‘I can’t make tonight, I’m afraid.’ ‘That’s a shame.’
___________________________________________
10 ‘I’m going to have a word with my boss.’ ‘Good for you!’
___________________________________________

1 point for each correct answer   10


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Unit test 7B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 Circle the correct form of the verb. 3 Match A and B to make sentences.
1 I ’ve lived / lived in Bordeaux when I was a child. A
2 She ’s worked / worked for this company since she left 1 Nicola was born in Cambridge    a  
university in 2003. 2 She lived in Cambridge _____
3 My father ’s been / is a journalist for many years. 3 She studied in Oxford _____
4 We finished / ’ve finished eating fifteen minutes ago. 4 While she was studying there, she visited home _____
5 Did you see / Have you seen my brother lately? 5 She met James _____
6 Where did you go / have you gone to primary school? 6 They haven’t got married _____
7 She hasn’t learned / didn’t learn Spanish until the age of
B
15.
a twenty-five years ago.
8 Have you / Are you completed your report?
b for five years.
9 My grandfather hasn’t retired / didn’t retire until he was c once every month.
66.
d yet.
10 Was she / Has she been a good student when she was e until she left for university.
younger? f after she left university.
11 I ’ve lived / lived here in Britain for eleven years.
2 points for each correct answer   10
1 point for each correct answer   10
4 Complete the news report with the Present Perfect
2 Complete the conversations with the correct form of the active or passive form of the verbs in the box.
verb.
Conversation 1 award   decide   die   shock   take   win

A (1 study) Did you study Russian when you were at


school? And here’s tonight’s news . . . Taxi drivers (1) have decided to
B No, I (2 never / learn) __________ Russian. continue their week-long strike in protest against rising petrol
prices . . . The Oscar for Best Film (2) ________ to action movie
A (3 read) ________ you ever ________ any books by
Rats On A Train – a decision that (3) ________ many film fans
Russian authors? . . . Maxie, the world’s first cloned turkey, (4) ________ in San
B Yes, I quite (4 like) __________ Anna Karenina by Lev Diego Zoo. Her body (5) ________ to Sacramento Animal
Tolstoy. Hospital for examinations . . . The football UEFA Cup
(6) _______ by Roma after their 7–nil victory over Real Madrid
Conversation 3
in yesterday’s final . . .
A When (5 move) ________ you ________ to Oxford?
B We (6 arrive) ________ in 2002, and we
(7 live) ________ here ever since. 2 points for each correct answer   10
Conversation 3
A (8 be) ________ you ever ________ in hospital?
B Yes, I have. I (9 break) __________ my leg last winter.
A How long (10 stay) __________ in hospital?
B It (11 be) __________ for a week.

1 point for each correct answer   10

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Unit test 7B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

5 Complete the sentences with the correct Present Perfect 3 she / loathe / do / the washing-up
form of the verb. __________________________________
1 Millions of copies of the book (sell) have been sold 4 Lucy / not bear / soap operas / TV
worldwide. __________________________________
2 People around the world (play) ________ football for 5 our English teacher / very fond / tests
hundreds of years. __________________________________
3 How long (read) ________ you ________ this book? 6 I / not mind / clean / windows
4 (be) ________ you ever ________ to the United __________________________________
Kingdom? 7 Nick and I / quite enjoy / play / tennis
5 Since last night, more than 50 mm of rain __________________________________
(fall) ________. 8 Kieran / not really keen / extreme sports
6 He (see) ________ never ________ a volcano. __________________________________
7 How many times (be) ________ Britney Spears 9 people from cold countries / not always appreciate /
________ married? snow
8 Suzuki Swift cars (make) ________ in Hungary for __________________________________
many years. 10 they / quite keen / running
9 Jane Austen’s novels (adapt) ________ for television __________________________________
several times. 11 I / absolutely adore / my grandpa
10 (be) ________ you ________ on holiday yet this year? __________________________________
11 Robert de Niro (win) ________ two Oscars so far.
1 point for each correct answer   10
1 point for each correct answer   10
8 Cross out the inappropriate response.
6 Complete the interview with the missing words. 1 My grandmother has been taken to hospital.  
A What (1) do you do for a living, Michael? Oh dear. / Bad luck.
B For the last few months, I (2) __________ for a bank. 2 We’re organizing a party for Jessie’s birthday.  
That’s great! / Absolutely.
A When (3) __________ working for them?
3 Martin asked me to marry him.  
B I (4) __________ working for them in April. Congratulations. / You did what?
A What (5) __________ do before starting? 4 Do you think I look good in this suit?  
B I (6) __________ a university student. I Really? / Definitely.
(7) __________ Finance in Boston. 5 Oh, no! I’ve broken my boss’s computer.  
A And how (8) __________ lived here in Chicago? Fine. / You haven’t!
B Since I left university. 6 We’re expecting a baby soon.  
Fair enough. / How fantastic!
A (9) __________ you ever __________ in any other
7 I’ve lost my passport again.  
countries?
Definitely. / That’s too bad.
B Yes, I (10) __________. I (11) __________ in Ireland 8 I walked to work this morning instead of taking the bus.
in my childhood. Did you? / OK.
9 She wants to get married while she’s still young.  
2 points for each correct answer   20
Bad luck. / Fair enough.
10 I think I’m going to tell him how I feel.  
7 Write sentences with the words.
Lovely! / Good for you.
1 Tricia / totally crazy / vanilla ice-cream
11 I’ve lost my winning lottery ticket.  
Tricia’s totally crazy about vanilla ice-cream. Good for you. / You haven’t!
2 Andrea / not stand / rude people
__________________________________ 1 point for each correct answer   10

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9 Translate the sentences into your language.


1 How long are you here for?
___________________________________________
2 We’re staying a month altogether.
___________________________________________
3 What are you passionate about?
___________________________________________
4 It’s all about saying what often goes unsaid.
___________________________________________
5 You have to push yourself to continue, it’s a challenge
not to give up.
___________________________________________
6 ‘He wants to enjoy his life to the full.’ ‘Fair enough.’
___________________________________________
7 ‘I told him it was all over.’ ‘You’re kidding. I always
thought you were made for each other.’
___________________________________________
8 ‘I bought the Ferrari.’ ‘You didn’t!’
___________________________________________
9 ‘I can’t make tonight, I’m afraid.’ ‘That’s a shame.’
___________________________________________
10 ‘I’m going to have a word with my boss.’ ‘Good for you!’
___________________________________________

1 point for each correct answer   10


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Unit test 8A Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 Complete the sentences with the -ing form or the 4 Choose the most likely answer.
infinitive of the verb. 1 I stopped to eat dinner at 6 p.m. Was I eating dinner at
1 John’s decided (apply) to apply for the job again. 6.15?   ■
✓   Yes.  /  ■  No.
2 What do you enjoy (do) __________? 2 I stopped working at 12.15. Was I working at 12.30?  
3 My mum asked me (help) __________ her with the ■  Yes.  /  ■  No.
shopping. 3 I forgot to speak to John. Did I speak to John?  
4 It’s not possible (visit) __________ the palace today. ■  Yes.  /  ■  No.
5 Are you afraid of (fly) __________ in small planes? 4 I forgot speaking to Kate. Did I speak to Kate?  
6 Susan, I want (marry) __________ you. ■  Yes.  /  ■  No.
7 I can’t stand people (tell) __________ me what to do. 5 I don’t remember inviting her. Did I invite her?  
8 We’re looking forward to (meet) __________ them. ■  Yes.  /  ■  No.
9 The boss told us (meet) __________ them at the 6 I didn’t remember to call him. Did I call him?  
airport. ■  Yes.  /  ■  No.
10 How does she make you (feel) __________?
11 Would you mind (open) __________ the window? 1 point for each correct answer   5

1 point for each correct answer   10 5 Correct the mistakes in the sentences. Tick (3) the three
correct sentences.
2 Circle the correct word. 1 Do you find it difficult getting up early?   to get up
1 Dad ’s finished / would like / decided washing the 2 We’re thinking of to go to the cinema this evening. 
dishes. _____
2 She never lets me to do / doing / do anything. 3 Don’t forget to write when you’re in Hong Kong. 
3 We ’re going to try / don’t mind / ’re thinking of to talk to _____
them. 4 My manager doesn’t let me to use his computer. 
4 Jake’s hoping to get / getting / get through his exams. _____
5 Do you want / enjoy / need walking the dog? 5 Would you like going out for a coffee later?  _____
6 Harry is good at make / making / to make cakes. 6 I’m really afraid of being alone at nights.  _____
7 I can ask / hear / make someone ringing the doorbell. 7 Jenny can’t stand to be corrected.  _____
8 They warned us not trying / to try / try Thai chilli. 8 I don’t mind to work at the weekend.  _____
9 Alex and I are hoping / thinking / planning of getting 9 I’m very pleased meeting you.  _____
married next summer.
10 We go swim every morning.  _____
10 Babies don’t mind to sleep / sleeping / sleep with the
lights on. 11 We’re looking forward to meeting your new friend.  
_____
11 Huw would like / enjoyed / wanted visiting Brazil.
1 point for each correct answer   10
1 point for each correct answer   10

3 Complete the sentences with the -ing form or infinitive 6 Complete the answers with a reduced infinitive of the
verb in the correct tense.
of the verb.
1 Do you want to go to university?
1 You can’t stop me (do) doing what I love.
Yes. I (would like) would like to.
2 We stopped at the bank (get) _____ some cash.
2 Did you get the milk?
3 I will never forget (meet) _____ Diego Maradona.
Oh, no! I (not remember) ______________________.
4 Don’t forget (buy) _____ The Times please.
3 Why did you send the letter to the clients?
5 Will you remember (send) _____ me a postcard?
Because the boss (tell) _________________________.
6 My kids still remember (visit) _____ Disneyland.
4 I thought Carl was coming to the cinema with us.
1 point for each correct answer   5 He was tired so he (not want) ____________________.

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5 Can you come and visit us on Friday? 9 Complete the idioms with the correct body part from
We (would love) ______________________________. the box.
6 Are you going to buy the house?
eye   hand   head   knees   leg   tooth
Yes, we (decide) ______________________________.
1 see eye to eye
1 point for each correct answer   5 2 pull someone’s _____
3 get out of _____
7 Match the words to make phrases or compound nouns.
4 have a sweet _____
1 body    c  
5 go straight over someone’s _____
2 pitch _____
6 go weak at the _____
3 bunk _____
4 play _____ Match the definitions with the idioms 1–6.
5 life _____ a unable to stand because of emotions _____
6 maiden _____ b agree    1  
c impossible for someone to understand _____
a bed
b ground d get out of control _____
c language e like sweet things _____
d boat f make a joke _____
e voyage
f black 1 point for each correct answer   10

1 point for each correct answer   5 10 Correct the wrong word in each sentence.
1 You’re not a millionaire! You’re pulling my foot.     leg 
8 Complete the sentences with the correct form of a word 2 Please help. I’ve kicked a problem installing the
from the box. program.  _____
bite   blow   clap   climb   hug   kick 3 Your explanation simply went straight over my mind. 
march   point   scratch   stare   whistle _____
4 When he saw we’d broken his window, he licked up
1 We had to blow up a lot of balloons for the party.
such a fuss.  _____
2 There’s a red spot on my arm, but the doctor told me
5 When Romeo saw Juliet, he went weak at the heart. 
not to _________ it.
_____
3 Stop _________ at me! What is the matter?
6 My sister and I don’t watch eye to eye about anything. 
4 My aunt always _________ me so tight I can’t breathe. _____
5 At the end of the performance, everybody started 7 The party started OK, but then things got out from
_________. hand.  _____
6 I can’t stand you _________ around like an army 8 If you like our music, just hit your hands together. 
cadet. _____
7 Look at the place that I’m _________ at. 9 Don’t waste your air trying to explain. I won’t believe
8 Can you _________ that song? I can’t remember the you.  _____
melody. 10 My sister’s got such a sweet mouth. She eats ice-cream
9 _________ that ball over here, please! every day.  _____
10 Don’t be afraid of the dog. He doesn’t _________. 11 Can you blow that tune for me? I can’t remember the
11 Can you _________ up here? The ladder’s over there. song.  _____

1 point for each correct answer   10 1 point for each correct answer   10

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11 Complete the questions with the missing words. 12 Translate the sentences into your language.
1 ‘What’s the rate of VAT?’  ‘It’s 15%.’ 1 I’m afraid this lesson went straight over my head.
2 ‘__________ is it from Heathrow airport to ___________________________________________
Oxford?’  ‘About 70 kilometres.’ 2 He was only pulling my leg when he said he was
3 ‘__________ bags are you checking in?’  ‘Just the one.’ moving to Brazil.
4 ‘__________ it cost?’  ‘£26 return, £19 single.’ ___________________________________________

5 ‘__________ of you are travelling today?’  ‘Two. My 3 I’ve got a sweet tooth – I adore chocolate.
wife and myself.’ ___________________________________________
6 ‘__________ the train leave?’  ‘It leaves at 12.45.’ 4 Don’t waste your breath trying to explain the problem
to me.
7 ‘__________ your credit card number?’  ‘It’s 9876
5432 1234 5678.’ ___________________________________________

8 ‘__________ are you flying to?’  ‘To Madrid.’ 5 My parents and I don’t see eye to eye about most
things.
9 ‘__________ airline are you flying with?’  ‘Iberia.’
___________________________________________
10 ‘__________ the coach journey?’  ‘Two hours and
6 I’ve hit a problem trying to fix the window.
forty minutes.’
___________________________________________
11 ‘__________ it weigh?’  ‘18 kilos.’
7 When she got home late, her parents kicked up a real
1 point for each correct answer   10 fuss.
___________________________________________
8 They were well-behaved at first, then the whole
discussion got out of hand.
___________________________________________
9 How many bags are you checking in?
___________________________________________
10 You have to pay for excess baggage.
___________________________________________

1 point for each correct answer   10


Total 100

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1 Complete the sentences with the -ing form or the 3 Don’t forget (post) __________ those letters today.
infinitive of the verb. They’re urgent.
1 We’ve decided (get) to get married next summer. 4 The kids will never forget (visit) __________
2 It’s impossible (see) __________ the bridge from here. Disneyland.
3 Would you mind (move) __________ your car? 5 I remember (send) __________ you a postcard. Didn’t
you get it?
4 I’m not very keen on people (tell) __________ me how
to behave. 6 Remember (get) __________ some cash out from the
bank when you’re there.
5 My sister asked me (help) __________ her with her
homework.
1 point for each correct answer   5
6 I’m looking forward to (meet) __________ her.
7 Mike told me (meet) __________ the teacher after 4 Choose the most likely answer.
class. 1 I stopped to eat lunch at 12.15. Was I eating lunch at
8 What do they like (do) __________? 12.30?   ■
✓   Yes.  /  ■  No.
9 Rob would like (marry) __________ Jen. 2 I stopped working at 6 p.m. Was I working at 6.15?  
10 Who’s afraid of (fly) __________ in small planes? ■  Yes.  /  ■  No.
11 Does he make you (feel) __________ happy? 3 I forgot visiting the park. Did I visit the park?  
■  Yes.  /  ■  No.
1 point for each correct answer   10 4 I forgot to visit the park. Did I visit the park?  
■  Yes.  /  ■  No.
2 Circle the correct word. 5 I don’t remember calling her. Did I call her?  
1 Mum decided / ’s finished / would like ironing my ■  Yes.  /  ■  No.
clothes. 6 I didn’t remember to invite him. Did I invite him?  
2 We’re hoping to get / get / getting married next summer. ■  Yes.  /  ■  No.
3 Bill is not very good at make / making / to make friends.
1 point for each correct answer   5
4 She warned us not going / to go / go swimming in the
river.
5 Correct the mistakes in the sentences. Tick (3) the three
5 Jake and I are planning / thinking / hoping of visiting
correct sentences.
Japan next year.
1 I find it difficult going to bed early.     to go 
6 Can you make / hear / ask someone to ring the
doorbell? 2 They don’t mind to work late.  _____

7 Babies are good at sleep / sleeping / to sleep with the 3 I’m looking forward to meeting your wife.  _____
lights on. 4 Tim can’t stand to be corrected.  _____
8 She ’s thinking of / doesn’t mind / ’s going to try to ask 5 Pleased meeting you, too.  _____
him. 6 I go cycle every weekend.  _____
9 Huw liked / enjoyed / wanted to move to Brazil. 7 Remember to write when you’re in Paris.  _____
10 I don’t enjoy / want / need tidying my room. 8 My boss doesn’t let me to work from home.  _____
11 Will you let me doing / do / to do this? 9 She’s thinking of to visit his parents this weekend. 
_____
1 point for each correct answer   10
10 I’d like going home now.  _____
11 Are you afraid of being alone at night?  _____
3 Complete the sentences with the -ing form or infinitive
of the verb.
1 point for each correct answer   10
1 They can’t stop me (do) doing what I want.
2 I’m going to stop at the newsagent’s (buy) __________
The Times.

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6 Complete the answers with a reduced infinitive of the 6 The dog doesn’t __________. Don’t be afraid of him.
verb in the correct tense. 7 My mum says I shouldn’t __________ the insect bites
1 Do you want to work abroad? on my arms.
Yes. I (would like) would like to. 8 Sorry, I can’t __________ up there. I have a fear of
2 I thought Sally was coming to London with us. heights.
She felt ill, so she (not want) _____________________. 9 The policeman just __________ at the sign and gave us
3 Can you come and visit us on Sunday? a fine.
We (would love) ______________________________. 10 The man didn’t stop __________. He couldn’t take his
4 Did you buy the newspaper? eyes off me.
Sorry! I (not remember) ________________________. 11 When the play finished, the audience started
5 Is she going to buy the car? __________ loudly.
Yes, she (decide) ______________________________.
1 point for each correct answer   10
6 Why did you email the Glasgow office?
Because the manager (tell) ______________________. 9 Complete the idioms with the correct body part from
the box.
1 point for each correct answer   5
eye   hand   head   knees   leg   tooth
7 Match the words to make phrases or compound nouns.
1 see eye to eye
1 body f
2 go straight over someone’s _____
2 play _____
3 have a sweet _____
3 life _____
4 pull someone’s _____
4 maiden _____
5 go weak at the _____
5 pitch _____
6 get out of _____
6 bunk _____
Match the definitions with the idioms 1–6.
a black
b bed a unable to stand because of emotions _____
c ground b impossible for someone to understand _____
d voyage c out of control _____
e boat d like sweet things _____
f language e make a joke _____

1 point for each correct answer   5 f agree    1  

1 point for each correct answer   10


8 Complete the sentences with the correct form of a word
from the box.
10 Correct the wrong word in each sentence.
bite   blow   clap   climb   hug   kick   1 You’re just pulling my foot. You’re not David Beckham!  
march   point   scratch   stare   whistle   leg 

1 My dad promised to blow up the balloons before the 2 My parents and I don’t look eye to eye about most
party. things.  _____

2 Don’t __________ me so tight – I can hardly breathe. 3 Hit your hands to the music and start dancing! 
_____
3 Which song do you mean? Can you __________ the
tune for me? 4 My parents licked up a fuss when they saw the party. 
_____
4 Why are you __________ up and down like a soldier?
5 Things got out from hand when people started
5 Can you __________ the ball to me?
singing.  _____

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6 I’m not interested in cars. Don’t waste your air telling 12 Translate the sentences into your language.
me about your Ferrari.  _____ 1 I’m afraid this lesson went straight over my head.
7 I’ve got a sweet mouth. I eat chocolate with chocolate ___________________________________________
ice-cream!  _____ 2 He was only pulling my leg when he said he was
8 Blow that song for me. I’ve forgotten the tune.  _____ moving to Brazil.
9 I’ve kicked a problem trying to install the program. ___________________________________________
Can you help?  _____ 3 I’ve got a sweet tooth – I adore chocolate.
10 Juliet went weak at the heart when she saw Romeo.  ___________________________________________
_____ 4 Don’t waste your breath trying to explain the problem
11 The lesson went straight over our minds. We didn’t to me.
understand a thing.  _____ ___________________________________________
5 My parents and I don’t see eye to eye about most
1 point for each correct answer   10
things.
___________________________________________
11 Complete the questions with the missing words.
6 I’ve hit a problem trying to fix the window.
1 ‘What’s the rate of VAT?’  ‘15%.’
___________________________________________
2 ‘__________ tickets cost?’  ‘£59 return.’
7 When she got home late, her parents kicked up a real
3 ‘__________ the coach leave?’  ‘It leaves at 6 p.m.’ fuss.
4 ‘__________ of you are travelling today?’  ‘Three. My ___________________________________________
two kids and myself.’ 8 They were well-behaved at first, then the whole
5 ‘__________ bags are you checking in?’  ‘Just the one.’ discussion got out of hand.
6 ‘__________ Cambridge from Heathrow ___________________________________________
airport?’  ‘More than 100 kilometres.’ 9 How many bags are you checking in?
7 ‘__________ it weigh?’  ‘2 kilos.’ ___________________________________________
8 ‘__________ are you flying to?’  ‘To Boston.’ 10 You have to pay for excess baggage.
9 ‘__________ airline are you flying with?’  ‘Delta.’ ___________________________________________
10 ‘__________ the train journey?’  ‘About three and a
1 point for each correct answer   10
half hours.’
11 ‘__________ your credit card number?’  ‘It’s 1234 Total 100
5678 9876 5432.’

1 point for each correct answer   10

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1 Circle the correct verb form. f the police wouldn’t have found you.
1 I will pass / would pass / would have passed the exam if g if you’d lived during World War II?
I had studied hard. h what would you do?
2 If she’d seen me, she will be / would be / would have i if they asked me.
been so angry. j but I’d lost your number.
3 If they don’t park / didn’t park / hadn’t parked the car k if you had a million euros?
there, they could have got away.
1 point for each correct answer   10
4 He will move / would move / would have moved to the
USA if he’d got a visa.
3 Rewrite the sentences with the same meaning with
5 If I meet / met / had met the President, I would tell him should or shouldn’t.
he was wrong.
1 It was a bad idea for you to drive during the
6 Will you make / Would you make / Would you have snowstorm.
made the same decisions if you lived your life again? You shouldn’t have driven during the snowstorm.
7 If I am / were / had been you, I would buy the red jacket. 2 Why didn’t you use the screwdriver?
8 John might help / might be helping / might have helped if _____________________________________
you’d asked him. 3 Stealing the money was stupid.
9 What had you done / would you do / would you have _____________________________________
done if you had won?
4 Why did you argue with a customer?
10 He knows it was a mistake. He shouldn’t steal / shouldn’t _____________________________________
have stolen/ shouldn’t have to steal the money.
5 Larry made a mistake when he married Monica.
11 If she loved / loves / will love him, she would have _____________________________________
married him.
6 You didn’t need to turn on all the lights.
1 point for each correct answer   10 _____________________________________
7 I can’t believe that criminal has been released from
2 Match A with B to make conditional sentences. prison.
A _____________________________________
1 If you saw me walking down the street,    b   8 It was wrong of us to arrest you.
2 He wouldn’t have become a criminal _____ _____________________________________

3 I would have rung you, _____ 9 Running away would have been the best idea for you.
_____________________________________
4 Would you marry me _____
10 Please forgive me for not recognizing you.
5 What would you buy _____
_____________________________________
6 If you hadn’t left your passport in the stolen car, _____
11 It would have been better for you to listen to your
7 If you were lonely, _____ mother.
8 How would you have behaved _____ _____________________________________
9 If she’d asked us to help, _____
10 If someone scratched your car, _____ 2 points for each correct answer   20
11 I would go _____
4 Correct the mistakes in these sentences. Tick (3) the
B three correct sentences.
a if I asked you to? 1 If he’d had a happy childhood, he wouldn’t become a
b would you say hello? thief.   wouldn’t have become
c you should have called me. 2 If you saw someone shop-lifting, would you report it to
d we might have been able to. the manager?  _________________
e if he hadn’t come from a dysfunctional family.

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3 I would demand a receipt if I were you.   6 Replace a word or phrase in each sentence with a word
_________________ from the box with a similar meaning.
4 Why didn’t you ask them? They could help.  
angry   completely   delighted   frightened   furiously
_________________ located   met   normal   point   prison   stunned
5 The police could arrest him if you’d called them
yesterday.  _________________ 1 Harris had to go to jail for theft. prison
6 If I am you, I would break up with him.   2 The situation is totally hopeless. _____
_________________ 3 Are you scared of snakes? _____
7 He wouldn’t have played truant if he wouldn’t have 4 I bumped into Richard the other day. _____
been afraid of the bullies.  _________________ 5 I don’t understand the purpose of this task. _____
8 How would you feel if you caught someone breaking 6 We were shocked when we heard the news. _____
into your house?  _________________
7 Monday was just an ordinary day. _____
9 If Lara and Gary hadn’t argued, they hadn’t broken up.  
8 ‘I’ll never forgive you,’ he said angrily. _____
_________________
9 I’m going to be a daddy! I’m over the moon. _____
10 You will be happier if you didn’t worry about
everything.  _________________ 10 The old town is situated north of the centre. _____

11 If she given me a chance, I could make her happy.   11 When I heard what had happened, I was furious. _____
_________________
1 point for each correct answer   10
1 point for each correct answer   10
7 Decide if the sentence is correct (3) or incorrect (7).
5 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the Correct the mistakes.
verbs. Sentence 3 7 Correction
1 If she had left earlier, she (not be) wouldn’t have been 1 Dennis Rodman is a high man. 7 tall
late.
2 My uncle’s got a very fast car.
2 I would have finished the job if I (start) __________
3 Would you like a little glass of wine?
sooner.
4 If you’re lonely, you can’t be happy.
3 I’ll give you a lift if you (come) __________ now.
5 You’ve made a great mistake.
4 I (not stop) __________ working if I won a lot of
money. 6 Damien Hirst is a big artist.
5 If you (tell) __________ him the truth, would you not
have argued? 1 point for each correct answer   5
6 You (can be) __________ happy together if you hadn’t
been so jealous. 8 Circle the correct words.
7 If you break the machine again, I (not be) __________ 1 Tom was sitting in his living-room, … his favourite
able to fix it. CD.
a  listening to   b  hearing
8 (take) __________ you __________ the course again
if you failed? 2 You don’t have to be perfect. Just … your best.
9 If you were born again, what (do) __________ you a  make   b  do
__________ differently? 3 Vicky enjoys … sport on TV.
10 He (not ring) __________ you if you don’t give him a  watching   b  looking at
your number. 4 I think Argentina … the next football World Cup.
11 I would buy a new flat if I (have) __________ the a  will beat   b  will win
money. 5 He was convicted for … a supermarket.
a  stealing   b  robbing
1 point for each correct answer   10

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6 Tom had to stay at home to … the flat. 10 Translate the sentences into your language.
a  clean   b  clear 1 I’m just tired, that’s all.
7 Can you … me some money? ___________________________________________
a  lend   b  borrow 2 I just love your new jacket!
8 You can have a party, just don’t … a mess. ___________________________________________
a  do   b  make 3 I was over the moon when I heard the news.
9 … your wife some flowers – she’ll love them. ___________________________________________
a  Pay   b  Buy 4 Could you give me the balance on my account?
10 Is that … boy lost? ___________________________________________
a  small   b  little 5 And here’s your change. 20p.
11 I love … to my mates about football. ___________________________________________
a  speaking   b  talking 6 Bear with me one moment.
___________________________________________
1 point for each correct answer   10
7 Your account is £350 in credit.
___________________________________________
9 Complete the conversations with words from the box.
8 I gave you £10, but you’ve given me change for £5.
bill   card   change   expiry   receipt   service ___________________________________________

A Here’s the (1)   bill  . 9 What’s the expiry date?


B Thank you. Is (2) _____ included? ___________________________________________
10 Here’s your bill.
A That’ll be £19.50, please. ___________________________________________
B Here you are. £20.
A Thank you. Here’s your (3) _____, and your (4) _____: 1 point for each correct answer   10
50p. Total 100
A My credit (5) _____ number is 9988 7766 5544 3322.
B Thank you. What’s the (6) _____ date?

1 point for each correct answer   5

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1 Circle the correct verb form. f I would come to see you.


1 If I had studied more, I will get / would get / g what would you do?
would have got through the exam. h if they tried to make us.
2 They could have escaped it they don’t forget / didn’t i would you say hello?
forget / hadn’t forgotten to put petrol in the car. j if I asked you to?
3 I would tell my old teacher if I meet / met / had met her k if you’d been in Rome during the attack?
again that she was wrong.
1 point for each correct answer   10
4 I would accept the job if I am / were / had been you.
5 How had you dealt / would you deal / would you have 3 Rewrite the sentences with the same meaning with
dealt with the problems he has? should or shouldn’t.
6 They know it was wrong. They shouldn’t have to steal / 1 It was a mistake for you to go out during the hurricane.
shouldn’t have stolen / shouldn’t steal the car. You shouldn’t have gone out during the hurricane.
7 I will be / would be / would have been so embarrassed, if 2 Taking my car was stupid. I didn’t want you to.
he’d seen me staring at him. _____________________________________
8 He would have married her if he loved / loves / will love 3 Why did Larry marry Monica? It was a mistake.
her.
_____________________________________
9 If I lived my life again, I will live / would live / would
4 Please forgive us for arresting you.
have lived the same way.
_____________________________________
10 If you’d asked me, I could help / could be helping / could
5 I can’t believe you didn’t think of running away.
have helped you.
_____________________________________
11 If we’d got a visa, we will move / would move / would
6 I’m sorry I didn’t recognize you.
have moved to Japan.
_____________________________________
1 point for each correct answer   10 7 Why didn’t you use the food processor?
_____________________________________
2 Match A with B to make conditional sentences. 8 It would have been better for you to listen to me.
A _____________________________________
1 If you saw me walking down the street,    i   9 Did you really need to turn on all the lights?
2 What would you buy _____ _____________________________________
3 If you called, _____ 10 You didn’t need to argue with the boss.
4 I would have written _____ _____________________________________
5 What would you have done _____ 11 Releasing that bank robber from prison was wrong.
6 He wouldn’t have had problems _____ _____________________________________

7 If someone spilled coffee on your jacket, _____ 2 points for each correct answer   20
8 If they hadn’t used their car in the robbery, _____
9 We wouldn’t give up _____ 4 Correct the mistakes in these sentences. Tick (3) the
10 If they’d asked me to help, _____ three correct sentences.

11 Would you move to Paris with me _____ 1 He wouldn’t choose a life of crime if he’d had a happy
childhood.  wouldn’t have chosen
B 2 I would have made him happy if he’d given me a
a if he had been brought up in a loving family. chance.  _________________
b if you won the lottery?
3 Fiona and Kieran hadn’t broken up if they hadn’t
c I might have been able to. argued.  _________________
d if I had had the time.
e they wouldn’t have been caught.

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4 If you caught someone stealing your car, how would 6 Replace a word or phrase in each sentence with a word
you feel?  _________________ from the box with a similar meaning.
5 If you don’t worry about things, you’d be more
angrily   completely   delighted   furious   jail  
relaxed.  _________________ met   ordinary   point   scared   shocked   situated
6 I would break up with her if I am you.  
_________________ 1 Dixon had to go to prison for robbery.   jail 
7 If he wouldn’t have been afraid of the bullies, he 2 I’m over the moon. She said she’d marry me! _____
wouldn’t have played truant.  _________________ 3 We were stunned when we found out. _____
8 Would you report it to the manager if you saw 4 It was just a normal evening. _____
someone shop-lifting?  _________________ 5 He shouted furiously, ‘I’ll get you!’ _____
9 They could helped if you’d asked them.   6 The park is located next to the university. _____
_________________
7 I’m totally hopeless at maths. _____
10 Why didn’t you call the police when you saw him? They
8 Do you know who I bumped into yesterday? Richard!
could arrest him.  _________________
_____
11 I will demand a receipt if I were you.  
9 What’s the purpose of this exercise? _____
_________________
10 When I heard what had happened, I was angry. _____
1 point for each correct answer   10 11 My brother’s frightened of spiders. _____

5 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the 1 point for each correct answer   10
verbs.
1 I (not be) wouldn’t have been late if I’d left earlier. 7 Decide if the sentence is correct (3) or incorrect (7).
Correct the mistakes.
2 I wouldn’t stop working if I (win) __________ a lot of
money. Sentence 3 7 Correction
3 If you failed the test, (retake) __________ you 1 Dennis Rodman is a high man. 7 tall
__________ it? 2 If you’re lonely, you can’t be happy.
4 You wouldn’t have argued if you (tell) __________ 3 Would you like a little glass of wine?
him the truth.
4 Damien Hirst is a big artist.
5 What (do) __________ you __________ differently if
5 You’ve made a great mistake.
you lived your life again?
6 If you don’t give her your address, she (not write) 6 My uncle’s got a very fast car.
__________.
7 If they’d started sooner, they (finish) __________ the 1 point for each correct answer   5
job.
8 Circle the correct words.
8 I (buy) __________ a new house if I had the money.
1 Mary was … her favourite CD as she was sitting alone
9 I (be)__________ able to fix your computer if you
at home.
break it again.
a  hearing   b  listening to
10 I’ll buy you a coffee if you (come) __________ now.
2 I’m going to … my father a new watch.
11 We (can be) __________ happy if you hadn’t cheated
a  pay   b  buy
on me.
3 Sean doesn’t like … soap operas on TV.
1 point for each correct answer   10 a  looking at   b  watching
4 Could you … me some cash?
a  borrow   b  lend
5 If you … your best, that’s good enough.
a  make   b  do

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6 Is that … girl lost? 10 Translate the sentences into your language.


a  small   b  little 1 I’m just tired, that’s all.
7 My mum asked me to … the house. ___________________________________________
a  clean   b  clear 2 I just love your new jacket!
8 We had a party, and we … a terrible mess. ___________________________________________
a  did   b  made 3 I was over the moon when I heard the news
9 Fred spends every evening … to his mates. ___________________________________________
a  talking   b  speaking 4 Could you give me the balance on my account?
10 Brazil … the football World Cup many times. ___________________________________________
a  has won   b  has beaten 5 And here’s your change: 20p.
11 They were convicted for … a diamond necklace. ___________________________________________
a  stealing   b  robbing 6 Bear with me one moment.
___________________________________________
1 point for each correct answer   10
7 Your account is £350 in credit.
___________________________________________
9 Complete the conversations with words from the box.
8 I gave you £10, but you’ve given me change for £5.
bill   card   change   expiry   receipt   service ___________________________________________

A Here’s the (1)   bill  . 9 What’s the expiry date?


B Thank you. Is (2) _____ included? ___________________________________________
10 Here’s your bill.
A My credit (3) _____ number is 7766 5544 3322 1100. ___________________________________________
B Can you tell me the (4) _____ date?
1 point for each correct answer   10
A That’ll be £9.20, please.
B Here’s ten pounds. Total 100
A Thank you. Here’s your (5) _____, and your (6) _____:
80p.

1 point for each correct answer   5

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1 Complete the text with a / an / the / – (no article) or one. 12 We bought this cake for ourselves. It’s not (they)
_____.
My name’s (1)    –   Nathan Phillips. I work as (2) __________
IT consultant for (3) __________ large marketing company in 1 point for each correct answer   10
(4) __________ London, in (5) __________ UK. I work in
(6) __________ small office on (7) __________ fifth floor of 4 Circle the correct words.
our building. I’m responsible for (8) __________ maintaining 1 Ferrari owes it’s / its success to excellent traditions.
our computer network of (9) __________ twenty-four PCs,
which means there is (10) __________ PC for each Marketing 2 What’s they’re / their secret?
Executive. I’m (11) __________ only person working in IT. 3 Theirs / There’s a lake near Budapest.
4 This is our two boy’s / boys’ room.
5 It’s / Its not a car, but a plane.
1 point for each correct answer   10
6 Alice’s boyfriend’s / boyfriends’ house is nearby.
2 Correct the mistakes in these sentences. Tick (3) the 7 I can’t turn on the TV. Have you seen it’s / its remote
three correct sentences. control?

1 In Brazil, everyone likes the football.      –   8 It’s / Its’ got twenty channels.
9 I found my mobile in there / their car.
2 When you’re in New York, visit the Empire State
Building.   _____ 10 Whose / Who’s the new English teacher?

3 Call the police if there’s one bank robbery.   _____ 11 The dog wagged it’s / its tail.

4 Would you like to go for a coffee later?   _____ 1 point for each correct answer   10
5 My teacher is already in classroom.   _____
6 What time do you have a lunch?   _____ 5 Circle the correct words.
7 I visited Austria the last year.   _____ 1 … you need is love.
8 The doctors earn more than teachers.   _____ a  Everyone   b  All   c  Everything   d  Every
9 Life is exciting.   _____ 2 Doesn’t … know the capital of Italy is Rome?
10 They climbed the Mont Blanc.   _____ a  we all   b  everybody   c  all   d  every

11 The my car is a black Porsche.   _____ 3 I’ve spent … money.


a  my all   b  my every   c  all my   d  all
1 point for each correct answer   10 4 This present is from … .
a  we all   b  all of us   c  us everyone   d  all we
3 Complete the sentences with a possessive adjective or a 5 I want to know … your new girlfriend.
possessive pronoun.
a  all of   b  all about   c  all   d  all from
1 These are not (I)   my  shoes.
6 I’ve known Dave … life.
2 This house is now (you) yours . a  whole my   b  my all   c  my every   d  all my
3 The theatre opened (it) _____ doors in 1759. 7 You don’t have to invite … to the party.
4 Madonna looks so young. What’s (she) _____ secret? a  everyone   b  all   c  all them   d  every
5 That black car is (I) _____. 8 … love opera.
6 That bag isn’t Carla’s – this is (she) _____. a  Everybody   b  They all   c  All they   d  All of they
7 I’m going to borrow (they) _____ car for the weekend. 9 We’ve sold … .
8 I don’t think those are Mick’s glasses. These are (he) a  all  b  all things  c  everything  d  all of everything
_____. 10 My friends, I love … .
9 (we) _____ house is large, but John’s house is small. a  all you   b  all   c  you all   d  you everybody
10 He isn’t (you) _____ husband. 11 There’s a pub in … town.
11 Is Michelle (he) _____ wife or girlfriend? a  all   b  everyone   c  every   d  all of the

1 point for each correct answer   10

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6 Complete the sentences with the information using 8 Circle the correct words.
reflexive pronouns or each other. 1 You can try on clothes in the … room.
1 I love you and you love me. a  waiting   b  clothing   c  changing
We love each other. 2 People carry their important documents in their … .
2 Jack’s looking at his reflection in the mirror. a  briefcase   b  suitcase   c  papercase
Jack _______________________________________. 3 If you park in the wrong place, the traffic … will fine
3 The kids are having a good time. you.
The kids ____________________________________. a  officer   b  guard   c  warden
4 We all help the other people in the family. 4 The fastest way to get there is by taking the … .
In the family, we ______________________________. a  headway   b  runway   c  motorway
5 I made the casserole dish without any help. 5 I quickly read the … in the newspaper to see what's
I __________________________________________. happening.
6 Rachel gets on well with Phoebe, and Phoebe gets on a  headlights   b  highlights   c  headlines
well with her. 6 You can use a … card to pay for your shopping.
Rachel and Phoebe ____________________________. a  business   b  credit   c  transfer
7 We’re going to watch the evening … from our window.
2 points for each correct answer   10
a  heatwave   b  sunset   c  skyline
8 Oops. I’m afraid I’ve dropped a … . It may be broken.
7 Complete the sentences with a word from the box.
a  tea bag   b  teacup   c  teaspoon
banking   dating   download   engine   log   9 We spent the whole afternoon sitting in a traffic … .
networking   online   page   post   send   surf a  halt   b  jam   c  error
1 I   log  onto Facebook when I get home from school. 10 The … of NATO are in Brussels.
2 Jess mainly uses the Internet for social __________. a  amenities   b  chairmen   c  headquarters
3 How often do you __________ the Net? 11 We travelled from Ireland to Spain on a … .
4 To find the information they want, students use a a  censorship   b  motorbike   c  skyline
search __________.
1 point for each correct answer   10
5 When you create your profile, you can __________ a
photo of yourself. 9 Match the two parts of the description.
6 I met my girlfriend through an online __________ 1 It’s the stuff you use    f  
service.
2 It’s a kind of signal with three lights _____
7 We never __________ music illegally. We only copy
3 It’s made of paper and you use _____
legal MP3 files.
4 It’s used for _____
8 Many people only use the Net to __________ emails.
5 They’re very thin, and they’re made of silicon
9 Have you got your own web __________?
and they _____
10 I don’t like shopping __________. I like to try things
6 It’s a large, flat board _____
before I buy them.
11 You can check if your account is in credit if you use a that tells drivers when to stop or go.
Internet _____. b covering the walls of a room.
c control what your computer does.
1 point for each correct answer   10 d that you use to put up messages.
e it to cover a present.
f to clean between your teeth.

1 point for each correct answer   5

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Unit test 10A Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

10 Match the objects with the descriptions from exercise 9.


There is one extra object.
1 dental floss 1f
2 headlights _____
3 microchips _____
4 notice board _____
5 traffic lights _____
6 wallpaper _____
7 wrapping paper _____

1 point for each correct answer   5

11 Translate the sentences into your language.


1 I need one of those things you use to protect your eyes
from sunshine.
___________________________________________
2 I’m looking for some of that stuff you use to clean the
computer screen.
___________________________________________
3 It’s also got a round metal bit at one end.
___________________________________________
4 It’s something you use when you want to open a bottle.
___________________________________________
5 Help yourself to tea and cake.
___________________________________________
6 I use the Net for social networking as well.
___________________________________________
7 Buy some bread, too.
___________________________________________
8 ‘I want to go home now.’ ‘Me too.’
___________________________________________
9 The station is a masterpiece in iron and glass.
___________________________________________
10 It’s a luxury hotel with every comfort and modern
amenity.
___________________________________________

1 point for each correct answer   10


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Unit test 10B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 Complete the text with a / an / the / – (no article) or one. 4 Circle the correct words.
1 It’s / Its got many decades of excellent tradition.
My name’s (1)    –   Jessica Wallace. I live on (2) __________ 2 Mark’s girlfriend’s / girlfriends’ hat.
second floor of an apartment building near Fifth Avenue in
3 I can’t turn on the TV. Where’s its / it’s remote control?
(3) __________ New York, in (4) __________ USA. I work for
(5) __________ English-language school as (6) __________ IT 4 It’s / Its’ got twenty channels.
consultant. I haven’t got (7) __________ office of my own. I’m 5 There’s / Theirs a mountain near San Francisco.
responsible for (8) __________ maintaining our small
6 Whose / Who’s that girl there?
computer network of (9) __________ nine PCs. There is
(10) __________ PC for every three full-time teachers, but I’m 7 Our school started it’s / its sports competition three
(11) __________ only person working in IT. years ago.
8 There / Their house keys were in my car.
1 point for each correct answer   10 9 I know they’re / their secret.
10 Its / It’s not a plane, but a bird.
2 Correct the mistakes in these sentences. Tick (3) the 11 Look at our three girl’s / girls’ room.
three correct sentences.
1 In Argentina, everyone loves the football.      –   1 point for each correct answer   10
2 Life is fun.   _____
3 We’re not in classroom yet.   _____ 5 Circle the correct words.
4 He’s going to climb the Mount Everest.   _____ 1 … you need is love.
a  Every   b  Everyone   c  All   d  Everything
5 I went to Slovenia the last year.   _____
2 Come on, tell me … your new boyfriend.
6 The our car is a red Suzuki.   _____
a  all from   b  all of   c  all about   d  all
7 The footballers earn more than teachers.   _____
3 … knows the capital of France is Paris.
8 When you’re in Paris, visit the Eiffel Tower.   _____
a  Every   b  We all   c  Everybody   d  All
9 Do you want to come for a coffee later?   _____
4 They’ve lost … .
10 When do you have a breakfast?   _____ a  all things   b  everything   c  all of everything  
11 Call an ambulance if there’s one accident.   _____ d  all
5 I just want to say I love … .
1 point for each correct answer   10
a  all   b  you all   c  all you everybody   d  all you
3 Complete the sentences with a possessive adjective or a 6 … came to the party on Sunday.
possessive pronoun. a  All   b  Everyone   c  Every   d  All they
1 That’s not (I)   my  house. 7 Donna’s spent … money.
2 Is she (you) your wife? a  all her   b  all   c  her all   d  her every
3 Kylie always looks beautiful. What’s (she) _____ secret? 8 I’ve got a friend in … country.
4 They’re going to lend me (they) _____ car for a week. a  everyone   b  all of the   c  all   d  every

5 Those glasses aren’t Steph’s – these are (she) _____. 9 Best wishes from … .
a  all we   b  us everybody   c  all of us   d  we all
6 Is Michelle (he) _____ cousin or sister?
10 Do … like pizza?
7 Those shoes over there are (I) _____.
a  they all   b  all they   c  all of they   d  everybody
8 She bought the car. It isn’t (their) _____.
11 She’s known me … life.
9 The café first opened (it) _____ doors in 1824.
a  whole her   b  her all   c  all her   d  her every
10 I don’t think this is Mick’s bag. That’s (he) _____.
11 This car is now (you) _____. 1 point for each correct answer   10
12 (we) _____ car is fast, but Jess’s car is slow.

1 point for each correct answer   10

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6 Complete the sentences with the information using 8 Circle the correct words.
reflexive pronouns or each other. 1 In the … room, you can try on the clothes you want to
1 She loves him and he loves her. buy.
They love each other. a  waiting   b  changing   c  clothing
2 They all help the other students in the class. 2 You can take the … if you want to get there faster.
In the class, they ______________________________. a  runway   b  motorway   c  headway
3 Kelly's looking at her reflection in the mirror. 3 A … in a newspaper usually tells you what the article is
Kelly _______________________________________. about.
4 Ron gets on well with Harry, and Harry gets on well a  highlight   b  headlight   c  headline
with him. 4 We had a romantic evening and the … was beautiful.
Ron and Harry _______________________________. a  skyline   b  sunset   c  heatwave
5 I finished the exercise and nobody helped. 5 The traffic … will give you a parking ticket if you park
I __________________________________________. illegally.
6 My guests are having fun. a  officer   b  warden   c  guard
My guests ___________________________________. 6 I’m sorry. I broke a … when I dropped the tray.
a  teaspoon   b  teacup   c  tea bag
2 points for each correct answer   10 7 Do you know where the … of NATO are?
a  chairmen   b  headquarters   c  amenities
7 Complete the sentences with a word from the box.
8 When you go on holiday, you put your clothes in
banking   dating   download   log   online your … .
page   post   search   send   social   surfing a  briefcase   b  suitcase   c  travelcase

1 When I get home from work, I   log  onto Facebook. 9 I travelled all the way from Denmark to France on a … .
a  skyline   b  censorship   c  motorbike
2 In my free time, I enjoy __________ the Net.
10 I think I’ll be late. My car’s stuck in a traffic … .
3 Sean uses Internet __________ to check if his account
a  error   b  halt   c  jam
is in credit.
11 I always pay for things with my … card.
4 My friends decided to __________ a photo of our last
party on the web. a  transfer   b  business   c  credit

5 I often __________ music for my MP3 player. 1 point for each correct answer   10
6 Online __________ sites help lonely people to find
each other. 9 Match the two parts of the description.
7 If there are no shops in your village, it’s easier to do 1 I’m looking for the stuff you use    b  
shopping __________. 2 You use it for _____
8 Do you want to take a look at my web __________? 3 It’s made of pretty paper and you use _____
9 A lot of people use free online services to __________ 4 It’s flat and usually made of something soft _____
and receive emails.
5 They’re made of silicon and they’re very small _____
10 We use a __________ engine to find the information
6 It’s a kind of signal with three lights _____
we need.
11 MySpace is a famous __________ networking site. a that controls the traffic.
b to clean between your teeth.
1 point for each correct answer   10 c it to put your presents into.
d and they are the brains of a computer.
e and you pin messages on it.
f covering the walls in your home.

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10 Match the objects with the descriptions from exercise 9.


There is one extra object.
1 dental floss 1b
2 notice board _____
3 wrapping paper _____
4 microchips _____
5 headlights _____
6 wallpaper _____
7 traffic lights _____

1 point for each correct answer   5

11 Translate the sentences into your language.


1 I need one of those things you use to protect your eyes
from sunshine.
___________________________________________
2 I’m looking for some of that stuff you use to clean the
computer screen.
___________________________________________
3 It’s also got a round metal bit at one end.
___________________________________________
4 It’s something you use when you want to open a bottle.
___________________________________________
5 Help yourself to tea and cake.
___________________________________________
6 I use the Net for social networking as well.
___________________________________________
7 Buy some bread, too.
___________________________________________
8 ‘I want to go home now.’ ‘Me too.’
___________________________________________
9 The station is a masterpiece in iron and glass.
___________________________________________
10 It’s a luxury hotel with every comfort and modern
amenity.
___________________________________________

1 point for each correct answer   10


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Unit test 11A Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 Circle the correct modal verb. 10 They don’t look like sisters. (can’t)
1 If I have enough time, I can’t / might see them in the ___________________________________________
evening. 11 I think it was Sean who solved the problem. (must
2 John’s not usually late. He must / can’t be stuck in have)
traffic. ___________________________________________
3 Colin and Brian look totally different. They can’t /
2 points for each correct answer   20
should be identical twins.
4 He can’t / might be Australian. He can’t speak a word of
3 Complete the sentences with an appropriate modal verb
English.
in the past. There may be more than one correct answer.
5 If the car breaks down, we might not / must be able to
1 Rachel is quite lazy, but she (complete) might have
drive to Cornwall.
completed the report this time.
6 Look, there’s Tim’s car. That means he must / can’t be
2 They (go) __________ out already. All the lights in the
here already.
house are turned off.
7 Zoe can’t / could be in Buenos Aires today. I saw her in
3 I think you should check this number again. You
London this morning.
(hear) __________ it correctly!
8 This must / can’t be a hat. It doesn’t look like a hat!
4 They (sell) __________ their house. They’ve always
9 Jenna and Jade look quite similar. They might / should loved living there.
be sisters.
5 Don (solve) __________ that maths problem. There is
10 That bird looks and sounds like a crow – it can’t / must no solution to it!
be a crow.
6 Deborah’s looking very happy. She (pass) __________
11 It might / must be true – I’m not really sure. her exam.
7 I (lose) __________ my pen. It isn’t in my pocket.
1 point for each correct answer   10
8 Everybody knows The Beatles. You (hear) _________
2 Rewrite the sentences with the modal verb. of them, surely.

1 I don’t think Andy has eaten the cake. (can’t have) 9 You (see) __________ Terminator 5. They haven’t
Andy can’t have eaten the cake. filmed it yet.

2 I’m sure one of you is left-handed. (must) 10 They (live) __________ in a Spanish-speaking country
before. Their Spanish is really good.
___________________________________________
11 I’m afraid there’s no Mrs Peters here. You
3 Perhaps they’re from South America. (may)
(call) __________ the wrong number.
___________________________________________
4 I don’t think Sally went to the bank. (can’t have) 2 points for each correct answer   20
___________________________________________
5 Maybe they’ve taken your jacket. (could have)
___________________________________________
6 I’m pretty sure Louise and Mike bought the house.
(must have)
___________________________________________
7 Perhaps the door was opened with a screwdriver.
(might have)
___________________________________________
8 The Pyramids weren’t built by aliens. (can’t have)
___________________________________________
9 I know it is true. (must)
___________________________________________

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4 Respond to the statements and questions with the 5 A criminal broke __________ of prison last night.
words in brackets. 6 Start __________ out your clothes: formal ones here,
1 Can you come and visit us in the first week of July? casual there.
(might / on holiday) 7 Call the cinema to __________ out what time the film
I might be on holiday. starts.
2 I just got off the train after a 15-hour journey. (must / 8 You can leave the table when you’ve eaten __________
really tired) all your lunch.
___________________________________________ 9 Let’s just kiss and __________ up – it’s no good
3 He spent three months at home when he broke his leg. arguing.
(must / bored) 10 Do you want to eat __________ tonight or order a
___________________________________________ pizza?
4 I can’t find my briefcase. (might / your car) 11 I’m saving __________ to go on a round-the-world
___________________________________________ holiday.
5 What will the weather be like at the weekend? (could /
raining) 1 point for each correct answer   10
___________________________________________
6 I can’t remember the first time I travelled in a car.
7 Write one sentence with all the information. Use a
phrasal verb with out or up.
(must / very young)
___________________________________________ 1 Jasmin and Richard ended their relationship. Steve was
the reason for this. (break)
2 points for each correct answer   10 Jasmin and Richard broke up because of Steve.
2 The Thompsons want to buy a new car. They’re trying
5 Complete the sentences with the correct form of work not to spend too much money. (save)
out or make up. ___________________________________________
1 Can you work out what this means? I don’t understand 3 I’ve made calculations. I know how much I’ll need to
it. save so I can go on holiday. (work)
2 He __________ a ridiculous story about being robbed ___________________________________________
by chimpanzees. 4 Now I know why Vincent was dismissed from his job.
3 You and George should __________. There’s no point The reason was his argument with a customer. (find)
in still being angry. ___________________________________________
4 I’ve __________ that if we save £200 a month, we can 5 We didn’t believe Sarah’s story. She told us she’d met
buy a car next year. the US President in a club. (make)
5 Today the English __________ more than 80% of the ___________________________________________
UK’s population. 6 I hope you’ll find the new job suitable. You’ve had too
6 You look really fit. Do you __________? many bad jobs. (work)
___________________________________________
1 point for each correct answer   5
2 points for each correct answer   10
6 Complete the sentences with one word only.
1 I’ve decided to   take  up tennis. I need the exercise.
2 I should lose some weight. I think I’ll __________ up
desserts.
3 Jerry and George __________ out after they disagreed
about smoking.
4 You’ll need to come __________ with a better plan.
Plan A didn't work.

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8 Complete the dialogues with an attitude adverb from 9 Translate the sentences into your language.
the box. 1 Where on earth have you been?
___________________________________________
actually   apparently   exactly   generally
hopefully   presumably 2 No kidding!
___________________________________________
1 Why would a millionaire borrow money from you?
3 Fingers crossed for tomorrow’s exam.
Well, exactly.
___________________________________________
2 Did you hear anything about Paula and Adam?
4 Let me know what happens.
__________, they’re getting married next year. I heard
___________________________________________
it from Angela.
5 Presumably, he’s going to report it to the police.
3 Have you bought the house yet?
___________________________________________
We’ve got the loan, so, __________, we’ll be able to buy
it. 6 Apparently, he was caught cheating.
4 Do people in Sweden speak any foreign languages? ___________________________________________
__________, people tend to speak good English at 7 To be honest, I have no idea why.
least. ___________________________________________
5 John’s been promoted to Managing Director. 8 And anyway, this isn’t like him at all.
__________, he’s going to get a bigger office now. ___________________________________________
6 It’s nice to meet you, Steve. 9 He doesn’t like chocolate. In fact, he hates it.
__________, my name’s Stewart. ___________________________________________
10 Generally, our summers are warm.
1 point for each correct answer   5 ___________________________________________

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Unit test 11B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 Circle the correct words. 6 I know it is a lie. (must)


1 We … see them at the weekend if we’re still free then. ___________________________________________
a  might   b  can’t 7 I’m sure they are American. (must)
2 She doesn’t speak any Spanish. She … be Cuban. ___________________________________________
a  can’t   b  may 8 I think it was Jeremy who discovered the truth. (must
3 That’s John’s coat over there – he … be here already. have)
a  must   b  can’t ___________________________________________
4 Jenna and Jade … be identical twins. They look 9 They don’t look like brothers. (can’t)
completely different. ___________________________________________
a  should   b  can’t 10 I don’t think Nicola has gone home yet. (can’t have)
5 I don’t know for sure. It … be true. ___________________________________________
a  must   b  might 11 Paper wasn’t invented by Europeans. (can’t have)
6 I saw Frances in the office an hour ago. She … be on ___________________________________________
holiday.
a  could   b  can’t 2 points for each correct answer   20
7 That bird doesn’t look like a crow. It … be a crow.
3 Complete the sentences with an appropriate modal verb
a  can’t   b  must
in the past. There may be more than one correct answer.
8 It's quite unusual for Sue to be late. She … be stuck in
1 Gail is lazy sometimes, but she (complete) might have
traffic.
completed the report this time.
a  must   b  can’t
2 Sorry, this isn’t the police, this is McDonald’s. You
9 It looks and sounds like a parrot. It … be a parrot. (ring) __________ the wrong number.
a  can’t   b  must
3 But she hasn’t advertised her car yet. She
10 We … be able to buy that house if we can’t get that (sell) __________ it already.
loan.
4 Their English is fluent. They (live) __________ in an
a  must   b  might not
English-speaking country before.
11 Colin and Brian look quite similar. I think they … be
5 That address doesn’t sound right. You
brothers.
(hear) __________ it correctly.
a  could   b  should
6 There is no solution to this maths task. Alex
1 point for each correct answer   10 (solve) __________ it.
7 You’re joking! You (hear) __________ of Elvis Presley.
2 Rewrite the sentences with the modal verb. Who hasn't?
1 I don’t think Ally has taken your jacket. (can’t have) 8 There’s no such film as Blade Runner 4. You
Ally can’t have taken your jacket. (see) __________ it.
2 Perhaps he’s a policeman. (may) 9 You're always losing your glasses. You (lost)
___________________________________________ __________ them again!

3 Maybe she’s eaten the cake. (could have) 10 Natalie’s looking really depressed. She
___________________________________________ (fail) __________ her exam.

4 I’m pretty sure Lara and Oliver got married. (must 11 She has turned off her office computer. She
have) (go) __________ home already.
___________________________________________
2 points for each correct answer   20
5 Perhaps the window was broken with a hammer.
(might have)
___________________________________________

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Unit test 11B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

4 Respond to the statements and questions with the 6 I’ve been to the station and I’ve __________ out the
words in brackets. train times.
1 Why don’t you come and stay for the first weekend in 7 He’s lost all the money we’d __________ up to buy a
August? (might / on holiday) new house.
I might be on holiday. 8 I’d like to eat __________ this Sunday: I quite fancy a
2 When she had the operation, she had to spend four pub lunch.
months at home. (must / boring) 9 Listen, I’ve __________ up with a great idea: let’s open
___________________________________________ a bookshop.
3 Is the weather going to be good next week? (might / 10 If you want to get fit, why don’t you __________ up a
snowing) sport?
___________________________________________ 11 My sister and I __________ out after the party.
4 I remember my father didn’t let me watch Star Wars.
(must / too young) 1 point for each correct answer   10
___________________________________________
5 I worked until 4 a.m. last night. (must / exhausted) 7 Write one sentence with all the information. Use a
phrasal verb with out or up.
___________________________________________
1 Julie and Danny ended their relationship. Jess was the
6 Have you seen my wallet? (could / your coat)
reason for this. (break)
___________________________________________
Julie and Danny broke up because of Jess.
2 points for each correct answer   10 2 We’ve learned why the police arrested Clemence. It was
because he robbed the bank. (find)
5 Complete the sentences with the correct form of work ___________________________________________
out or make up. 3 I know Chris’ story was a lie. He didn’t meet Madonna
1 I can’t work out the solution myself. Can you help? in a bookshop. (make)
2 Sue and I had an argument, but we __________ ___________________________________________
afterwards. 4 She’s done the maths. She knows how much she’ll need
3 In 2000, Europeans __________ about 12% of the to save to buy a new car. (work)
world’s population. ___________________________________________
4 Why do you have to __________ such a silly lie? 5 I hope your relationship with your new boyfriend will
5 Where do you __________? Is it a good gym? be successful. You’ve had too many bad relationships.
(work)
6 When he __________ the cost of fixing the car, I was
___________________________________________
shocked.
6 My parents decided to go on a round-the-world
1 point for each correct answer   5 holiday. They’re putting money aside for this. (save)
___________________________________________
6 Complete the sentences with one word only.
2 points for each correct answer   10
1 I’ve decided to   give  up smoking. It’s bad for my
health.
2 Prisoners had planned to break __________ of prison
next weekend.
3 I’ll need to __________ out my books. They’re all over
the place.
4 __________ up, all of you! It’s time for the dessert.
5 Sorry we argued. Why don’t we just kiss and
__________ up?

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Unit test 11B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

8 Complete the dialogues with an attitude adverb from


the box.

actually   apparently   exactly   generally  


hopefully   presumably

1 Adam’s rich. He doesn’t need your money.


Well, exactly.
2 You’re the new HR manager, aren’t you?
__________, I’m the new Managing Director.
3 What’s your plan after you leave school?
I’ve got good grades, so, __________, I’ll be able to get
a place at university.
4 What’s summer like in Central Europe?
__________, it’s quite hot.
5 So what’s the latest about Carol and Stewart?
__________, they’ve broken up.
6 Did you hear that someone’s stolen John’s car?
__________, he’s going to report it to the police.

1 point for each correct answer   5

9 Translate the sentences into your language.


1 Where on earth have you been?
___________________________________________
2 No kidding!
___________________________________________
3 Fingers crossed for tomorrow’s exam.
___________________________________________
4 Let me know what happens.
___________________________________________
5 Presumably, he’s going to report it to the police.
___________________________________________
6 Apparently, he was caught cheating.
___________________________________________
7 To be honest, I have no idea why.
___________________________________________
8 And anyway, this isn’t like him at all.
___________________________________________
9 He doesn’t like chocolate. In fact, he hates it.
___________________________________________
10 Generally, our summers are warm.
___________________________________________

1 point for each correct answer   10


Total 100

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Unit test 12A Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 Complete the reported speech. Make any necessary 3 Decide which reporting verb from the box matches the
changes. sentences below.
1 ‘We are going to go on a trip to Mexico next summer.’
advise   ask   beg   explain   invite   offer
They told us they were going to go on a trip to Mexico order   promise   refuse   remind   tell
the following summer.
2 ‘Will you appear on a reality TV show?’ 1 ‘Finish the report by tomorrow,’ the Finance Director
said to her.  atella
She asked me if ___________________________.
2 ‘Stop your car and get out!’ the robbers shouted at
3 ‘The recording studio is at the end of the corridor.’ them.  _____
He told me ___________________________.
3 ‘I’d complain to the manager if I were you,’ Andy said
4 ‘Is your sister married to that millionaire?’ to Luke.  _____
I asked him ___________________________. 4 ‘Don’t forget to buy some bread and milk,’ Judy said to
5 ‘When are you thinking of getting married?’ her husband.  _____
We wanted to know ___________________________. 5 ‘I will write to you every day,’ Stewart said to Jill. 
6 ‘Have you been living here all your life?’ _____
She asked him ___________________________. 6 ‘I’m not going to tell you my password,’ Fiona said to
her assistant.  _____
2 points for each correct answer   10 7 ‘Can you come over for dinner on Friday?’ Harry asked
us.  _____
2 Complete the conversations with the words in brackets. 8 ‘Mum, please, please, please, buy me the pink car!’
1 A It’s our wedding anniversary today. 1st of June. Adam said to his mother.  _____
B Really? I didn’t know you’d got married in June. (get 9 ‘The red button is for the speed,’ the mechanic told me.  
married / June). _____

2 A You left your car’s headlights on last night. 10 ‘Can you help Jenny with her homework?’ my father
said to me.  _____
B Oh, no! I didn’t realize _______________________.
(forget / turn off) 11 ‘I’ll carry your suitcase,’ George said to the beautiful
girl.  _____
3 A Jack’s at school today.
B Is he? I thought you said ______________________. 1 point for each correct answer   10
(not feeling well)
4 A Karen is a shop assistant. 4 Rewrite the sentences from exercise 3 in reported
B But she told me she _________________________. speech.
(TV presenter) 1 The Finance Director told her to finish the report by the
5 A She’s already married. following day.
B But she said she ____________________________. 2 The robbers __________ and get out.
(not married / yet) 3 Andy __________ complain to the manager.
6 A She’s got a baby daughter. 4 Judy __________ buy some bread and milk.
B But she told me she _________________________. 5 Stewart __________ to write to Jill every day.
(any children) 6 Fiona ________ assistant ________ password.
7 Harry __________ over for dinner on Friday.
2 points for each correct answer   10
8 Adam __________ the pink car.
9 The mechanic ________ that the red button ________
for the speed.
10 My father __________ to help Jenny with her
homework.
11 George __________ to carry the beautiful girl’s
suitcase.

1 point for each correct answer   10


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Unit test 12A Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

5 Correct the mistakes in the reported speech. Tick (3) 4 She replied she had not.
the three correct sentences. ‘No, I __________.’
1 ‘I will be the next President,’ he said. 5 I asked her if she was feeling OK.
He said he will be the next President.   would be ‘Anna, __________ OK?’
2 ‘Sit down and start working,’ the boss told me. 6 She admitted she had actually had a headache the
The boss told me I sat down and started working.  previous day.
__________ ‘Actually, I __________.’
3 ‘Have you got a Porsche?’ I asked her. 7 I advised her to take the day off and get some rest.
I asked her if she had a Porsche.  __________ ‘You __________.’
4 ‘I’m not going to spend my money on the lottery,’ 8 She offered to stay in the office and rest at the weekend.
Darren told me. ‘__________ and rest at the weekend.’
Darren told me he wouldn’t spend his money on the 9 I persuaded her to reconsider her offer.
lottery.  __________ ‘I think you should think again __________.’
5 ‘Were you sleeping when they arrived?’ I asked Tim. 10 She said she was going to take the afternoon off
I asked Tim if he was sleeping when they had arrived.  instead, if I didn’t mind.
__________ ‘I __________.’
6 ‘Are you Swedish?’ I asked the blonde girl. 11 I reminded her to tell me if she was feeling unwell.
I asked the blonde girl if she is Swedish.  __________ ‘Don’t __________.’
7 ‘You should report the accident to the police,’ David
told Ally. 2 points for each correct answer   20
David advised Ally to report the accident to the police.  
__________ 7 Match the verbs from the box with the definitions.
8 ‘Will you still love me tomorrow?’ Gail asked Carl. There is one extra definition.
Gail asked Carl if he will still love her the following day.  
accuse   chat   criticize   demand   deny   gossip
__________ protest   quarrel   scream   suggest   whisper
9 ‘Why did you take my jacket?’ Lucy asked her sister.
Lucy asked her sister why you had taken my jacket.   1 speak very quietly so others cannot hear   whisper
__________ 2 say what is bad or wrong about something  _____
10 ‘Will you marry me?’ Colin asked Ruth. 3 cry out in a loud voice  _____
Colin asked Ruth to marry me.  __________ 4 advise about a plan or an idea you would like to discuss  
11 ‘I won’t marry him,’ Ruth said to me. _____
Ruth refused me that she wouldn’t marry him.  5 say that something is not true  _____
__________ 6 argue loudly with somebody  _____
7 say you do not agree with or approve of something 
1 point for each correct answer   10
_____

6 Read the reported speech and complete the direct 8 talk informally about somebody else’s private life 
speech. _____

1 I asked Anna why she was so sleepy. 9 say that somebody has done something wrong  _____
‘Anna, why are you so sleepy?’ 10 ask for something in a very firm way  _____
2 Anna said she had not slept the previous night. 11 speak in front of a large audience  _____
‘I __________ night.’ 12 talk to somebody in an informal way  _____
3 I asked her if she had stayed out late.
1 point for each correct answer   10
‘__________ late?’

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Unit test 12A Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

8 Complete the sentences with a suitable verb from 9 Translate the sentences into your language.
exercise 7. 1 Many happy returns!
1 I hate gossiping about friends, but I’ll tell you what I’ve ___________________________________________
heard about Jill. 2 I don’t mind which one. I’m easy.
2 The police are __________ him of stealing the ___________________________________________
necklace. 3 You win some, you lose some.
3 I thought she’d taken my car without permission, but ___________________________________________
she __________ taking it.
4 It’s all right for some.
4 Last week, workers __________ about their bad ___________________________________________
working conditions.
5 Well I never!
5 Are you __________ we should go to Mallorca? ___________________________________________
6 I go out on Fridays to the pub and __________ to my 6 You live and learn.
mates for hours.
___________________________________________
7 Our neighbours __________ all the time. We can hear
7 Better safe than sorry.
all their rows.
___________________________________________
8 We __________ an explanation. Tell us, why did you
8 Rather you than me.
start this war?
___________________________________________
9 Stop __________. People can hear you miles away!
9 ‘I hate tests!’ ‘You can say that again.’
10 People often __________ Derek for his rude
___________________________________________
behaviour.
10 All’s well that ends well.
11 __________ it in my ear – I don’t want anyone to hear.
___________________________________________
1 point for each correct answer   10
1 point for each correct answer   10
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Unit test 12B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 Complete the reported speech. Make any necessary 3 Decide which reporting verb from the box matches the
changes. sentences below.
1 ‘We are going to get married on a luxury cruise ship
advise   ask   beg   explain   invite   offer
next year.’ order   promise   refuse   remind   tell
They said they were going to get married on a luxury
cruise ship the following year. 1 ‘Complete the project by next week,’ the Managing
2 ‘The planet Tatooine is in another galaxy.’ Director said to him.   _tell_
He told me ___________________________. 2 ‘Remember to buy some flowers for your mum,’ Zack
3 ‘Have you been working here since university?’ said to his wife.  __________
She asked him ___________________________. 3 ‘Come with me to the opera,’ Vicky said to them. 
__________
4 ‘Where are you thinking of going on holiday?’
We wanted to find out _________________________. 4 ‘Could you open the window?’ the old lady said to me.  
__________
5 ‘Would you tell me your computer password?’
He asked me if ___________________________. 5 ‘Put your hands up and step back!’ the policeman said
to us.  __________
6 ‘Is your brother married to that TV presenter?’
6 ‘Please, oh, please tell me your name! Please!’ George
I asked him ___________________________.
said to the beautiful girl.  __________
2 points for each correct answer   10 7 ‘The button on the side is for printing,’ the IT
consultant told me.  __________
2 Complete the conversations with the words in brackets. 8 ‘I will phone you on Sunday,’ Jill said to Stewart. 
1 A Steve is a bank manager. __________
B But he told me he was a millionaire. (millionaire) 9 ‘I’ll help you with your homework,’ I said to Jenny. 
2 A He’s got three children. __________
B But he said he ______________________________. 10 ‘No, I’m not going to buy you the pink car,’ Rachel said
(any children) to her son.  __________
3 A He’s married to Lucy. 11 ‘If I were you, I’d tell John the truth,’ Lisa said to
B But he told me he ___________________________. Alison.  __________
(not married / yet)
A You shouldn’t believe everything he tells you, Karen. 1 point for each correct answer   10
4 A You left your computer on last night.
4 Rewrite the sentences from exercise 3 in reported speech.
B Really? I thought ___________________________.
(remember / switch off) 1 The Managing Director told him to complete the
project by the following week.
5 A Rob’s gone shopping.
2 Zack _____ buy some flowers for her mum.
B Has he? I thought you said ____________________.
(not feeling well) 3 Vicky _____ go with her to the opera.
6 A It’s the 30th of December. I’m 40 today. 4 The old lady _____ to open the window.
B Congratulations. I didn’t realize ________________. 5 The policeman _____ and step back.
(birthday / December). 6 George _____ the beautiful girl _____ name.
7 The IT consultant _____ that the button on the side
2 points for each correct answer   10
_____ for printing.
8 Jill _____ to phone Stewart on Sunday.
9 I _____ Jenny with her homework.
10 Rachel _____ the pink car.
11 Lisa _____ John the truth.

1 point for each correct answer   10

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Unit test 12B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

5 Correct the mistakes in the reported speech. Tick (3) ‘Yes, I __________.’
the three correct sentences. 5 I asked if he had been feeling tired recently.
1 ‘I’m going to buy a Porsche,’ she said. ‘__________ tired recently?’
She said she is going to buy a Porsche.  was going to 6 He explained that he had actually worked until
buy midnight the previous day.
2 ‘Are you married?’ the blonde girl asked me. ‘Actually, I __________.’
The blonde girl asked me if I am married.  __________ 7 I advised him to take the afternoon off to get some rest.
3 ‘Were you having dinner when the burglar came in?’ ‘Maybe you __________.’
the policeman asked. 8 He offered to stay in the office and rest at the weekend.
The policeman asked if we was having dinner when the ‘__________ and rest at the weekend.’
burglar had come in.  __________
9 I persuaded him to reconsider his decision.
4 ‘Where did you put my sunglasses?’ James asked his ‘I think you __________.’
girlfriend.
10 He said he was going to take the following day off
James asked his girlfriend where you had put my
instead if I didn’t mind.
sunglasses.  __________
‘I __________.’
5 ‘Will you still be here next week?’ Carl asked Gail.
11 I reminded him to tell me if he was feeling exhausted.
Carl asked Gail if she will still be here the following
‘Don’t __________.’
week.  __________
6 ‘Will you marry him?’ I asked Ruth. 2 points for each correct answer   20
I asked Ruth to marry me.  __________
7 ‘I won’t marry you,’ Ruth said to Colin. 7 Match the verbs with the definitions. There is one extra
Ruth promised to marry Colin.  __________ definition.
8 ‘Have you got a daughter?’ I asked him. 1 chat    j  
I asked him if he had a daughter.  __________ 2 gossip _____
9 ‘Stop talking and kiss me,’ his wife said to him. 3 accuse _____
His wife told him he stopped talking and kissed her.  4 demand _____
__________
5 quarrel _____
10 ‘I think you’d better tell your mum about failing the
6 scream _____
exam,’ Michelle told Liz.
7 protest _____
Michelle advised Liz to tell her mum about failing the
exam.  __________ 8 criticize _____
11 ‘I won’t lie to you about my ex-boyfriends again,’ 9 whisper _____
Jessica told me. 10 deny _____
Jessica promised me not to lie about her ex-boyfriends 11 suggest _____
again.  __________
a say you do not agree with or approve of something
1 point for each correct answer   10 b say that something is not true
c talk informally about somebody else’s private life
6 Read the reported speech and complete the direct speech. d speak in front of a large audience
1 I asked Mike why he was late again. e argue loudly with somebody
‘Mike, why are you late again?’ f speak very quietly so others cannot hear
2 Mike said he had missed the train that morning. g ask for something in a very firm way
‘I __________ morning.’ h say that somebody has done something wrong
i say what is bad or wrong about something
3 I asked him if he had got up too late.
j talk to somebody in an informal way
‘__________ too late?’
k advise about a plan or an idea you would like to discuss
4 He admitted he had.
l cry out in a loud voice

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Unit test 12B Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

1 point for each correct answer   10 9 Translate the sentences into your language.
1 Many happy returns!
8 Complete the sentences with a suitable verb from ___________________________________________
exercise 7. 2 I don’t mind which one. I’m easy.
1 The boss just started screaming. People heard him from ___________________________________________
downstairs. 3 You win some, you lose some.
2 Thousands __________ against the war yesterday ___________________________________________
outside Parliament.
4 It’s all right for some.
3 Stop __________ me all the time! You’re never happy. ___________________________________________
4 Don’t say it out loud, just ___________ it! We don’t 5 Well I never!
want others to hear. ___________________________________________
5 Workers __________ to know why conditions are not 6 You live and learn.
improving.
___________________________________________
6 Patrick __________ with his wife a lot. They disagree
7 Better safe than sorry.
about everything.
___________________________________________
7 Brian enjoys __________. He told me that Tom’s
8 Rather you than me.
cheated on Jill.
___________________________________________
8 I love __________ to my friends about all sorts of
9 ‘I hate tests!’ ‘You can say that again.’
things.
___________________________________________
9 He __________ stealing the necklace. He says he’s
innocent. 10 All’s well that ends well.
___________________________________________
10 Are you __________ we should go out for a pizza
tonight? 1 point for each correct answer   10
11 I shouldn’t have __________ her of taking my car.
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Name _____________________________
Class ____________________________

Unit test answers

Unit test 1A 5 2 has


3 is
1 2 do ... eat 4 has
3 Does ... work 5 has
4 am listening 6 is
5 Does ... live 7 is
6 Do ... speak 8 is
7 are going 9 has
10 has
8 don’t want
11 is
9 Is ... sleeping
10 leaves 6 2 is
11 are having 3 takes
4 is
2 2 Has she written 5 watch
3 lived 6 scores
4 have you been waiting
5 ’m not working 7 2 adjective
6 is remembered 3 verb
7 isn’t 4 adverb
8 was written 5 noun
9 didn’t win 6 verb
10 Was she
11 did you go b 2, c 4, d 6, e 5, f 3

3 2 Have ... met 8 2 -ance


3 did ... spend 3 -ing
4 hasn’t told 4 -icism
5 won 5 -ic
6 Were ... standing 6 -ical
7 haven’t known
8 didn’t finish 9 close-knit community 5
cosmopolitan city 2
9 have you been studying
extended family 3
10 was assassinated fall in love 4
11 wasn’t sleeping well-paid job 6

4 2 Did 10 2 make, mind


3 Is 3 performance, have
4 did … do 4 time, Thank
5 Have … got 5 checking, the
6 is … from / does … come from 6 joining, meet
7 Do
8 were 11 Translations.
9 Are
10 Have … got / Do … have
11 Are
Name _____________________________
Class ____________________________

Unit test answers

Unit test 1B 6 2 is
3 presents
1 2 don’t want 4 is
3 Does ... live 5 answer
4 do ... eat 6 gets
5 works
6 is working 7 2 noun
7 doesn’t drive 3 adverb
8 am watching 4 verb
9 Do ... speak 5 adjective
6 verb
10 Are ... going
11 arrives b 3, c 2, d 4, e 6, f 5

2 2 c 7 b 8 2 -icism
3 b 8 b 3 -ic
4 a 9 a 4 -er
5 a 10 c 5 -ing
6 a 11 c 6 -ance

3 2 did 9 close-knit community 3


3 Have ... met cosmopolitan city 4
4 hasn’t asked extended family 2
5 won fall in love 6
6 Were ... chatting well-paid job 5
7 didn’t start
8 have ... known 10 2 joining, meet
3 time, Thank
9 has ... gone 4 make, mind
10 weren’t working 5 checking, the
11 was founded 6 performance, have

4 2 Is 11 Translations.
3 Did
4 Has … got / Does … have Unit test 2A
5 is … from
6 did … do 1 2 Correct.
7 Are 3 Incorrect. answers
8 Have … got / Do … have 4 Correct.
9 were 5 Incorrect. stay
10 Are 6 Incorrect. have
11 Do 7 Incorrect. see
8 Correct.
5 2 is 9 Incorrect. flies
3 has 10 Incorrect. working
4 has 11 Incorrect. go
5 is
6 is
7 has
8 is
9 has
10 is
11 has
Name _____________________________
Class ____________________________

Unit test answers

2 2 think 7 2 socializer
3 know 3 cashier
4 ’re working 4 industry
5 work 5 hunting
6 understand 6 lively
7 has
8 needs 8 2 hard-working
9 ’m having 3 convenient
10 love 4 successful
11 wants 5 sociable
6 eccentric
3 2 is being treated
3 are you being 9 2 shifts
4 owns 3 responsible
5 are given 4 charge
6 earn 5 royal
7 ‘m being interviewed 6 bag
8 aren’t told 7 do
9 are paid 8 gets / earns / makes
10 are manufactured 9 being
11 is employed 10 throne
11 enjoyed
4 2 is paid
3 Are … driving 10 Translations.
4 does … drink
5 are being modernized
6 Is … included Unit test 2B
7 is situated 1 2 Incorrect. arriving
8 is being serviced 3 Incorrect. works
9 starts 4 Correct.
10 Are … working 5 Incorrect. going
11 meet 6 Incorrect. buy
7 Incorrect. have / Has he got
5 2 is doing 8 Incorrect. aren’t working
3 is paid 9 Correct.
4 gets 10 Incorrect. tries
5 doesn’t pay 11 Correct.
6 thinks
2 2 ’re thinking
6 boarding school 2 3 has
earns a living 11 4 ’re having
food processor 5 5 knows
heads of state 6 6 want
keeping fit 8 7 like
looks after employees 7 8 understand
making arrangements 4 9 ’s working
managing director 10 10 work
manufactured goods 3 11 needs
small talk 9
3 2 a 7 b
3 b 8 c
4 a 9 a
5 a 10 a
6 c 11 c
Name _____________________________
Class ____________________________

Unit test answers

4 2 starts Unit test 3A


3 is paid
4 is being redecorated 1 2 was ... had been
5 meet 3 saw ... had been
6 Is … driving 4 had had ... arrived
7 does … drink 5 had started ... got
8 Is … included 6 hadn’t told ... didn’t complete
9 Is … working
10 is being serviced 2 2 went
11 is situated 3 did you visit
4 wanted
5 2 is doing 5 realized
3 is paid 6 didn’t have
4 gets 7 was waiting
5 doesn’t pay 8 went
6 thinks 9 didn’t see
10 Hadn’t he told
11 had told
6 boarding school 5
earns a living 2
food processor 6
3 2 was met
heads of state 9 3 worked
keeping fit 3 4 weren’t woken
looks after employees 10 5 quarrelled
making arrangements 4 6 Was … recorded
managing director 8 7 was buried
manufactured goods 7 8 was used
small talk 11 9 moved
10 was sold
11 were written
7 2 screwdriver
3 decent
4 tantrum 4 2 saw ... fell
5 training 3 saw / had seen ... drank
6 lively 4 forgot ... had quarrelled
5 rejected ... had made
6 wrote ... was published
8 2 conservative
3 spoilt
4 ridiculous
5 2 became
5 annual 3 Correct.
6 cautious 4 woke up
5 went
6 Correct.
9 2 heir 7 visited
3 enjoy 8 Correct.
4 do 9 didn’t pay
5 responsible 10 had destroyed/destroyed
6 earn / make / get 11 saw
7 served
8 shift
9 bag
10 royal
11 charge

10 Translations.
Name _____________________________
Class ____________________________

Unit test answers

6 2 moved Unit test 3B


3 had been
4 was training 1 2 had started ... got
5 met 3 didn’t write ... hadn’t asked
6 became 4 saw ... had gone
7 involved 5 was ... had been
8 wrote 6 had quarrelled ... came
9 was published
10 was 2 2 went
11 came 3 did you get
4 wanted
7 2 Peace 5 remembered
3 blue 6 didn’t have
4 wear 7 waited
5 waiting 8 went
6 whole 9 didn’t find
7 weak 10 Hadn’t she told
8 allowed 11 had told
9 meet 12 had to
10 sun
11 caught 3 2 Was … recorded
3 were written
8 2 used 4 moved
3 as 5 was sold
4 despite 6 was used
5 pretended 7 was met
6 beloved 8 worked
7 to 9 buried
8 uninvited 10 wasn’t woken
9 on 11 quarrelled
10 motion
11 down 4 2 wrote ... was published
3 quarrelled / had quarrelled ... forgot
9 2 don’t you 4 saw/had seen ... committed
3 hasn’t she 5 fell ... saw
4 do they 6 rejected ... had made
5 aren’t you
6 isn’t it 5 2 Correct.
3 visited
10 2 What did you think of it? 4 Correct.
3 His paintings are just amazing! 5 Correct.
4 But his clothes are absolutely 6 didn’t pay/wasn’t paying
horrible, aren’t they? 7 woke up
5 Actually, that’s not true at all. 8 had destroyed/destroyed
6 But you have always fancied him, 9 went
haven’t you? 10 saw
11 became
11 Translations.
Name _____________________________
Class ____________________________

Unit test answers

6 2 moved Unit test 4A


3 had been
4 was studying 1 1 You can do it.
5 decided 2 Am I allowed to do it?
6 became 3 You must do it.
7 involved 4 You don’t have to do it.
8 wrote 5 Do I have to do it?
9 was published
10 was 2 2 b, 3 a, 4 f, 5 e, 6 c
11 died
3 2 a 7 a
7 2 whole 3 b 8 b
3 aloud 4 a 9 a
4 waiting 5 b 10 b
5 son 6 a 11 a
6 blue
7 meet 4 2 You mustn’t smoke here.
8 peace 3 I don’t think you should argue with
9 weak your boss.
10 caught 4 Shops mustn’t sell alcohol to
11 wear children.
5 Drivers must wear a seat-belt.
8 2 motion 6 You should (still) go to the match.
3 down
4 to 5 2 must / should
5 on 3 don’t have to
6 despite 4 Correct.
7 as 5 had to
8 used 6 mustn’t
9 pretended 7 should
10 beloved 8 Correct.
11 uninvited 9 wasn’t allowed to
10 Do we have to
9 2 don’t we 11 Correct.
3 haven’t you
4 isn’t she 6 2 shouldn’t
5 isn’t it 3 should
6 do you 4 can
5 must
10 2 What did you think of it? 6 can’t
3 Her poems are just amazing!
4 But her clothes are absolutely 7 2 to
horrible, aren’t they? 3 through
5 Actually, that’s not true at all. 4 up
6 But you have always fancied her, 5 took them off
haven’t you? 6 on
7 for
11 Translations. 8 after
9 up
10 through
11 look me up
Name _____________________________
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Unit test answers

8 2 brought 5 2 Correct.
3 up 3 have to
4 gave 4 Correct.
5 off 5 weren’t allowed
6 on 6 should
7 cut 7 Correct.
8 with 8 should
9 pick 9 mustn’t/shouldn’t
10 after 10 don’t have to
11 get 11 had to

9 2 take the price off 6 2 shouldn’t


3 Would you mind 3 should
4 if I opened 4 can
5 Are you ready to order 5 must
6 I could try on 6 can’t
7 could get a table on the terrace
8 didn’t realize 7 2 through
9 give you a lift 3 on
10 drop me (off) at the market 4 after
11 moving your car 5 up
6 through
10 Translations. 7 to
8 look me up
Unit test 4B 9 took them off.
10 for
1 1 Can I do it? 11 up
2 You aren’t allowed to do it.
3 You mustn’t do it. 8 2 with
4 Must I do it? 3 brought
5 You have to do it. 4 on
5 get
2 2 d, 3 b, 4 c, 5 e, 6 a 6 after
7 give
3 2 must 8 off
3 mustn’t 9 up
4 Should 10 pick
5 should 11 off
6 aren’t allowed to
7 have to 9 2 take the price off
8 must 3 could get a table near the window
9 mustn’t / shouldn’t 4 I could try on
10 should 5 give you a lift
11 ’m not allowed to 6 drop me (off) at the supermarket
7 didn’t realize
4 2 Shops mustn’t sell cigarettes to 8 Are you ready to order
children. 9 moving your car
3 Motorcyclists must wear a safety 10 if I opened
helmet. 11 Would you mind
4 You mustn’t park here.
5 You don’t have to go home yet. 10 Translations.
6 I don’t think you should confront
your teacher.
Name _____________________________
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Unit test answers

Unit test 5A 7 2 ion


3 able
1 2 P 7 P 4 ist
3 A 8 I 5 en
4 I 9 A 6 ly
5 P 10 P 7 less
6 I 11 P 8 al
9 ness
2 2 might come 10 ify
3 ’m catching 11 ly
4 will ever live
5 Are you going 8 2 noun
6 will ever know 3 adjective
7 might go 4 noun
8 could still get 5 verb
9 ’re starting 6 adverb
10 won’t get 7 adjective
11 will be 8 adjective
9 noun
3 1 2 6 10 10 verb
2 5 7 7 11 adverb
3 9 9 11
4 3 10 6 9 2 impossible
5 8 11 4 3 illegal
4 retake
4 2 ’m meeting 5 impatient
3 ’m going to go / ’m going 6 reuse
4 ’ll take 7 unlucky
5 will be 8 rearranged
6 ’ll come 9 informal
10 impolite
5 2 Correct. 11 misunderstood
3 won’t rain / won’t be raining
4 we will miss 10 Translations.
5 Correct.
6 might go /may go Unit test 5B
7 ’ll write
8 are you meeting 1 2 P 7 P
9 Correct. 3 I 8 P
10 ’ll win 4 A 9 A
11 ’s going to have 5 P 10 P
6 I 11 I
6 2 tropical
3 hurricane 2 2 might go
4 evidence 3 is starting
5 transplantation 4 might be
6 floods 5 won’t get
6 will never live
7 will be
8 Will I ever know
9 could still get
10 might come
11 Are you going
Name _____________________________
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Unit test answers

3 1 10 7 11 9 2 retake
2 6 8 8 3 impatient
3 9 9 3 4 informal
5 5 10 2 5 unlucky
6 7 11 4 6 rearrange
7 impossible
4 2 ’m meeting 8 impolite
3 ’m going to go / ‘m going 9 misunderstand
4 ’ll take 10 reuse
5 will be 11 illegal
6 ’ll come
10 Translations.
5 2 ’ll miss
3 might go Unit test 6A
4 ’ll call
5 are you meeting
1 2 a 7 c
6 Correct. 3 b 8 b
7 ’ll pass 4 a 9 a
8 ’s going to have 5 c 10 b
9 Correct. 6 c 11 b
10 ’ll snow / ’ll be snowing
11 Correct. 2 2 size
3 many
6 2 evidence 4 big
3 transplantation 5 colour
4 hurricane 6 does
5 flood(s) 7 long
6 tropical 8 do
9 is
10 are
7 2 ly 11 far
3 ly
4 en
5 ist
3 2 Do you like Italian food?
6 able 3 What would you like (to eat or
7 fy drink)?
8 ness 4 What are you like?
9 al 5 What do you look like?
10 ion 6 What is the food in Italy like?
11 less
4 2 a 5 d
8 2 adverb 3 b 6 e
3 adverb 4 g
4 verb
5 noun 5 2 ing
6 adjective 3 ed
7 verb 4 ed
8 noun 5 ed
9 adjective 6 ed
10 noun 7 ed
11 adjective 8 ing
9 ing
10 ed
11 ing
Name _____________________________
Class ____________________________

Unit test answers

6 2 handsome Unit test 6B


3 long-lasting
4 clear 1 2 a 7 b
5 challenging 3 b 8 a
6 attractive 4 c 9 c
7 ancient 5 c 10 a
8 fresh 6 b 11 c
9 a charming
10 home-made 2 2 colour
11 crowded 3 does
4 far
7 2 badly 5 long
3 second 6 are
4 hard 7 size
5 world 8 do
6 easy 9 big
7 full 10 many
8 looking 11 is
9 born
10 new 3 2 What are you like?
11 made 3 What do you look like?
4 What is the food in Italy like?
8 2 patiently 5 What would you like (to eat or
3 heavily drink)?
4 softly 6 Do you like Russian food?
5 passionately
6 brightly 4 2 a 5 c
3 g 6 d
9 2 – 4 b
3 –
4 – 5 2 ed
5 ly 3 ed
6 ly 4 ing
7 – 5 ed
8 – 6 ing
9 ly 7 ing
10 ly 8 ed
11 – 9 ing
10 ed
10 2 miss is my mum’s cooking. 11 ed
3 about her is (the fact) that she
doesn’t get impatient with 6 2 clear
anyone. 3 attractive
4 about her is the way she sings. 4 good-looking
5 about him is the way he makes 5 ancient
me feel. 6 fresh
6 is talking to her. 7 a charming
8 crowded
11 Translations. 9 home-made
10 challenging
11 long-lasting
Name _____________________________
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Unit test answers

7 2 time 2 2 broke
3 hard 3 did you stay
4 made 4 was
5 looking 5 Did … study
6 well 6 ’ve never learned
7 born 7 Have … read
8 new 8 enjoyed
9 second 9 did … move
10 going 10 arrived
11 world 11 ’ve lived

8 2 b 5 b 3 2 a 5 e
3 b 6 a 3 d 6 b
4 a 4 f

9 2 – 4 2 has been taken


3 ly 3 has been awarded
4 – 4 has surprised
5 – 5 have decided
6 – 6 has been won
7 ly
8 ly 5 2 have been adapted
9 ly 3 has won
10 – 4 have been made
11 – 5 Have … been
6 has been played
10 2 about her is (the fact) that she gets 7 have … been doing
on well with everybody. 8 have fallen
3 about him is the way he behaves 9 haven’t been
with women. 10 has … seen
4 miss is my mum’s cooking. 11 has … been
5 is listening to her.
6 about her is the way she dances. 6 2 work
3 have you been working
11 Translations. 4 started
5 did you
6 studied
Unit test 7A
7 was
1 2 worked 8 long have you
3 didn’t learn 9 Have … lived
4 Was he famous 10 have
5 started 11 lived
6 retired
7 ’s been
8 Did you see
9 did you go
10 Have you
11 ‘ve lived
Name _____________________________
Class ____________________________

Unit test answers

7 2 We’re totally crazy about 3 2 e 5 f


basketball. 3 b 6 d
3 Our maths teacher absolutely 4 c
adores tests.
4 I’m very fond of my grandma. 4 2 has been awarded
5 Bruno can’t stand stupid people. 3 has shocked
6 He loathes doing the ironing. 4 has died
7 Dan can’t bear (watching) reality 5 has been taken
shows on TV. 6 has been won
8 I don’t mind doing the shopping.
9 Sue and I quite enjoy playing golf.
5 2 have played
10 People from hot countries don’t
3 have … been reading
always appreciate sunshine.
4 Have … been
11 Karen’s really keen on extreme
5 have fallen
sports.
6 has … seen
7 has … been
8 2 Fair enough. 8 have been made
3 You’re kidding! 9 have been adapted
4 How fantastic! 10 Have … been
5 Good for you. 11 has won
6 Definitely.
7 That’s great!
6 2 ’ve been working / ’ve worked
8 You haven’t!
3 did you start
9 How fantastic!
4 started
10 That’s too bad.
5 did you
11 Did you?
6 was
7 studied
9 Translations. 8 long have you
9 Have … lived
Unit test 7B 10 have
11 lived
1 2 ’s worked
3 ’s been
4 finished
7 2 Andrea can’t stand rude people.
5 Have you seen 3 She loathes doing the washing-up.
6 did you go 4 Lucy can’t bear (watching) soap
7 didn’t learn operas on TV.
8 Have you 5 Our English teacher is very fond of
9 didn’t retire tests.
10 Was she 6 I don’t mind cleaning (the)
11 ’ve lived windows.
7 Nick and I quite enjoy playing
tennis.
2 2 ’ve never learned 8 Kieran isn’t really keen on
3 Have .. read extreme sports.
4 liked 9 People from cold countries don’t
5 did … move always appreciate snow.
6 arrived 10 They’re quite keen on running.
7 ’ve lived 11 I absolutely adore my grandpa.
8 Have … been
9 broke
10 did you stay
11 was
Name _____________________________
Class ____________________________

Unit test answers

8 2 That’s great! 5 2 going


3 Congratulations. 3 Correct.
4 Definitely. 4 use
5 You haven’t! 5 to go out
6 How fantastic! 6 Correct.
7 That’s too bad. 7 being
8 Did you? 8 working
9 Fair enough. 9 to meet
10 Good for you. 10 swimming
11 You haven’t! 11 Correct.

9 Translations. 6 2 didn’t remember to


3 told me to
Unit test 8A 4 didn’t want to
5 would love to
1 2 doing 6 ‘ve decided to
3 to help
4 to visit 7 2 f 5 d
5 flying 3 a 6 e
6 to marry 4 b
7 telling
8 meeting
9 to meet 8 2 scratch
10 feel 3 staring
11 opening 4 hugs
5 clapping
6 marching
2 2 do 7 pointing
3 ‘re going to try 8 whistle
4 to get 9 Kick
5 enjoy 10 bite
6 making 11 climb
7 hear
8 to try
9 thinking 9 2 leg
10 sleeping 3 hand
11 enjoyed 4 tooth
5 head
6 knees
3 2 to get
3 meeting a6c5d3e4f2
4 to buy
5 to send
6 visiting 10 2 kicked hit
3 mind head
4 licked kicked
4 2 No. 5 heart knees
3 No. 6 watch see
4 Yes. 7 from of
5 Yes. 8 hit clap
6 No. 9 air breath
10 mouth tooth
11 blow whistle
Name _____________________________
Class ____________________________

Unit test answers

11 2 How far 5 2 working


3 How many 3 Correct.
4 How much does 4 being
5 How many 5 to meet
6 What time does / When does 6 cycling
7 What’s 7 Correct.
8 Where 8 work
9 Which / What 9 visiting
10 How long is 10 to go
11 How much does 11 Correct.

12 Translations. 6 2 didn’t want to


3 would love to
Unit test 8B 4 didn’t remember to
5 ‘s decided to
1 2 to see 6 told me to
3 moving
4 telling 7 2 c 5 a
5 to help 3 e 6 b
6 meeting 4 d
7 to meet
8 doing
9 to marry 8 2 hug
10 flying 3 whistle
11 feel 4 marching
5 kick
6 bite
2 2 to get 7 scratch
3 making 8 climb
4 to go 9 pointed
5 thinking 10 staring
6 ask 11 clapping
7 sleeping
8 ‘s going to try
9 wanted 9 2 head
10 enjoy 3 tooth
11 do 4 leg
5 knees
6 hand
3 2 to buy
3 to post a5b2c6d3e4
4 visiting
5 sending
6 to get 10 2 look see
3 Hit Clap
4 licked kicked
4 2 No. 5 from of
3 Yes. 6 air breath
4 No. 7 mouth tooth
5 Yes. 8 Blow Whistle
6 No. 9 kicked hit
10 heart knees
11 minds heads
Name _____________________________
Class ____________________________

Unit test answers

11 2 How much do 4 2 Correct.


3 What time does / When does 3 Correct.
4 How many 4 could have helped
5 How many 5 could have arrested
6 How far is 6 were
7 How much does 7 hadn’t been
8 Where 8 Correct.
9 Which / What 9 wouldn’t have broken up
10 How long is 10 would
11 What’s 11 gave

12 Translations. 5 2 had started


3 come
Unit test 9A 4 wouldn’t stop
5 had told
1 2 would have been 6 could have been
3 hadn’t parked 7 won’t be
4 would have moved 8 Would … take
5 met 9 would … do
6 Would you make 10 won’t ring
7 were 11 had
8 might have helped
9 would you have done 6 2 totally completely
10 shouldn’t have stolen 3 scared frightened
11 loved 4 bumped into met
5 purpose point
2 2 e 7 c 6 shocked stunned
3 j 8 g 7 an ordinary a normal
4 a 9 d 8 angrily furiously
5 k 10 h 9 over the moon delighted
6 f 11 i 10 situated located
11 furious angry
3 2 You should have used the
screwdriver. 7 2 Correct.
3 You shouldn’t have stolen the 3 Incorrect. small
money. 4 Correct.
4 You shouldn’t have argued with a 5 Incorrect. big
customer. 6 Incorrect. great
5 Larry shouldn’t have married
Monica. 8 2 b 7 a
6 You shouldn’t have turned on all 3 a 8 b
the lights. 4 b 9 b
7 The criminal shouldn’t have been 5 b 10 b
released from prison. 6 a 11 b
8 We shouldn’t have arrested you. /
You shouldn’t have been arrested.
9 You should have run away. 9 2 service
10 I should have recognized you. 3 receipt
11 You should have listened to your 4 change
mother. 5 card
6 expiry

10 Translations.
Name _____________________________
Class ____________________________

Unit test answers

Unit test 9B 5 2 won


3 would … retake
1 2 hadn’t forgotten 4 had told
3 met 5 would … do
4 were 6 won’t write
5 would you deal 7 would have finished
6 shouldn’t have stolen 8 would buy
7 would have been 9 won’t be
8 loved 10 come
9 would live 11 could have been
10 could have helped
11 would have moved
6 2 over the moon delighted
3 stunned shocked
2 2 b 7 g
4 a normal an ordinary
3 f 8 e 5 furiously angrily
4 d 9 h 6 located situated
5 k 10 c 7 totally completely
6 a 11 j 8 bumped into met
9 purpose point
3 2 I shouldn’t have taken my car. 10 angry furious
3 Larry shouldn’t have married 11 frightened scared
Monica.
4 We shouldn’t have arrested you. / 7 2 Correct.
You shouldn’t have been arrested. 3 Incorrect. small
5 You should have run away. 4 Incorrect. great
6 I should have recognized you. 5 Incorrect. big
7 You should have used the food 6 Correct.
processor.
8 You should have listened to me.
9 You shouldn’t have turned on all 8 2 b 7 a
the lights. 3 b 8 b
10 You shouldn’t have argued with 4 b 9 a
your boss. 5 b 10 a
11 That bank robber shouldn’t have 6 b 11 a
been released from prison.
9 2 service
4 2 Correct. 3 card
3 wouldn’t have broken up 4 expiry
4 Correct. 5 receipt
5 didn’t worry 6 change
6 were
7 hadn’t been 10 Translations.
8 Correct.
9 could have helped Unit test 10A
10 could have arrested
11 would 1 2 an
3 a
4 –
5 the
6 a
7 the
8 –
9 –
10 one
11 the
Name _____________________________
Class ____________________________

Unit test answers

2 2 Correct. 7 2 networking
3 a bank robbery 3 surf
4 Correct. 4 engine
5 the classroom 5 post
6 lunch 6 dating
7 last year 7 download
8 Doctors 8 send
9 Correct. 9 page
10 Mount Blanc 10 online
11 My car 11 banking

3 3 its 8 2 a 7 b
4 her 3 c 8 b
5 mine 4 c 9 b
6 hers 5 c 10 c
7 their 6 b 11 b
8 his
9 Our 9 2 a 5 c
10 your 3 e 6 d
11 his 4 b
12 theirs
10 3 5c
4 2 their 4 6d
3 There’s 5 2a
4 boys’ 6 4b
5 It’s 7 3e
6 boyfriend’s 2 is the extra object.
7 its
8 It’s
9 their 11 Translations.
10 Who’s
11 its Unit test 10B
1 2 the
5 2 b 7 a 3 –
3 c 8 b 4 the
4 b 9 c 5 an
5 b 10 c 6 an
6 d 11 c 7 an
8 –
6 2 ’s looking at himself in the mirror 9 –
3 are enjoying themselves 10 one
4 (all) help each other 11 the
5 made the casserole dish myself
6 get on well with each other 2 2 Correct.
3 the classroom
4 Mount Everest
5 last year
6 Our car
7 Footballers
8 Correct.
9 Correct.
10 breakfast
11 an accident
Name _____________________________
Class ____________________________

Unit test answers

3 3 her 10 2 4e
4 their 3 3c
5 hers 4 5d
6 his 6 2f
7 mine 7 6a
8 theirs 5 is the extra object.
9 its
10 his 11 Translations.
11 yours
12 Our
Unit test 11A
4 2 girlfriend’s 1 2 must
3 its 3 can’t
4 It’s 4 can’t
5 There’s 5 might not
6 Who’s 6 must
7 its 7 can’t
8 Their 8 can’t
9 their 9 might
10 It’s 10 must
11 girls’ 11 might

5 2 c 7 a 2 2 One of you must be left-handed.


3 c 8 d 3 They may be from South America.
4 b 9 c 4 Sally can’t have gone / been to the
5 b 10 a bank.
6 b 11 c 5 They could have taken your
jacket.
6 2 (all) help each other 6 Louise and Mike must have bought
3 ’s looking at herself in the mirror the house.
4 get on well with each other 7 The door might have been opened
5 finished the exercise myself with a screwdriver.
6 are enjoying themselves 8 The Pyramids can’t have been
built by aliens.
9 It must be true.
7 2 surfing 10 They can’t be sisters.
3 banking 11 It must have been Sean who solved
4 post the problem.
5 download
6 dating
7 online
3 2 must have gone / may/might have
8 page gone
9 send 3 can’t have heard
10 search 4 can’t have sold
11 social 5 can’t have solved
6 must have passed
7 can’t have lost
8 2 b 7 b 8 must have heard
3 c 8 b 9 can’t have seen
4 b 9 c 10 must have lived / may have lived
5 b 10 c 11 must have called
6 b 11 c

9 2 f 5 d
3 c 6 a
4 e
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Unit test answers

4 2 You must be really tired. 2 2 He may be a policeman.


3 He must have been bored. 3 She could have eaten the cake.
4 It might be in your car. 4 Lara and Oliver must have got
5 It could be raining. married.
6 You must have been very young. 5 The window might have been
broken with a hammer.
5 2 made up 6 It must be a lie.
3 make up 7 They must be American.
4 worked out 8 It must have been Jeremy who
5 makes up discovered the truth. / Jeremy must
6 work out have discovered the truth.
9 They can’t be brothers.
10 Nicola can’t have gone home yet.
6 2 give 11 Paper can’t have been invented by
3 fell Europeans.
4 up
5 out
6 sorting 3 2 must have rung
7 find 3 can’t have sold
8 up 4 must have lived / may have lived
9 make 5 can’t have heard
10 out 6 can’t have solved
11 up 7 must have heard
8 can’t have seen
9 can’t have lost
7 2 The Thompsons are trying to save 10 must have failed / may/might have
up / are saving up to buy a new car. failed
3 I’ve worked out how much I’ll 11 must have gone / may/might/could
need to save so I can go on holiday have gone
4 I’ve found out that Vincent was
dismissed from his job because he’d
4 2 It must have been boring.
argued with a customer.
3 It might be snowing.
5 We thought that Sarah made up
4 You must have been too young.
her story about meeting the US
5 You must be exhausted.
President in a club.
6 It could be in your coat.
6 I hope the new job will work out
for you, because you’ve had too
many bad jobs. 5 2 made up
3 made up
4 make up
8 2 Apparently
5 work out
3 hopefully
6 worked out
4 Generally
5 Presumably
6 Actually 6 2 out
3 sort
4 Eat
9 Translations.
5 make
6 found
Unit test 11B 7 saved
1 2 a 7 a 8 out
3 a 8 a 9 come
4 b 9 b 10 take
5 b 10 b 11 fell
6 b 11 a
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Unit test answers

7 2 We’ve found out that the police 4 2 ordered them to stop their car
arrested Clemence because he’d 3 advised Luke to
robbed the bank. 4 reminded her husband to
3 Chris made up the story about 5 promised
meeting Madonna in a bookshop. 6 refused to tell her … her
4 She’s worked out how much she’ll password / the password.
need to save to buy a new car. 7 invited us
5 I hope your relationship with your 8 begged his mother to buy him
new boyfriend will work out, 9 explained to me … was
because you’ve had too many bad 10 asked me
relationships. 11 offered
6 My parents are saving up to go on
a round-the-world holiday. 5 2 to sit down and start working
3 Correct.
8 2 Actually 4 Correct.
3 hopefully 5 had been sleeping
4 Generally 6 was
5 Apparently 7 Correct.
6 Presumably 8 would
9 she had taken her jacket
10 him
9 Translations. 11 told

Unit test 12A 6 2 didn’t sleep last


1 2 … I would appear on a reality TV 3 Did you stay out
show. 4 didn’t
3 … that the recording studio was at 5 are you feeling
the end of the corridor. 6 had a headache yesterday
4 … if his sister was married to that 7 should take the day off and get
millionaire. some rest
5 … when they were thinking of 8 I’ll stay in the office
getting married. 9 should think again about your offer
6 … if he had been living there all 10 ’m going to take the afternoon off
his life. instead, if you don’t mind
11 forget to tell me if you’re feeling
unwell
2 2 I’d forgotten to turn them off
3 he wasn’t feeling well
4 was a TV presenter 7 2 criticize
5 wasn’t married yet 3 scream
6 didn’t have any children 4 suggest
5 deny
6 protest
3 2 order 7 quarrel
3 advise 8 gossip
4 remind 9 accuse
5 promise 10 demand
6 refuse 12 chat
7 invite
8 beg 11 is the extra definition.
9 explain
10 ask
11 offer
Name _____________________________
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Unit test answers

8 2 accusing 5 2 was
3 denied/denies 3 had been having dinner
4 were protesting/protested 4 she had put his sunglasses
5 suggesting/going to suggest 5 would
6 chat 6 if she would marry him
7 quarrel 7 refused
8 demand 8 Correct.
9 screaming 9 to stop talking and kiss
10 criticize 10 Correct.
11 Whisper 11 Correct.

9 Translations. 6 2 missed the train this


3 Did you get up
Unit test 12B 4 did
5 Have you been feeling
1 2 … the planet Tatooine was in 6 worked until midnight yesterday
another galaxy. 7 should take the afternoon off and
3 … if he’d been working there since get some rest
university. 8 I’ll stay in the office
4 … where they were thinking of 9 should think again about your
going on holiday. decision / should reconsider your
5 … I would tell him my computer decision
password. 10 ‘m going to take tomorrow off
6 … if his brother was married to instead if you don’t mind
that TV presenter 11 forget to tell me if you’re feeling
exhausted
2 2 didn’t have any children
3 wasn’t married yet 7 2 c 7 a
4 I’d remembered to switch it off 3 h 8 i
5 he wasn’t feeling well 4 g 9 f
6 your birthday was in December 5 e 10 b
6 l 11 k
3 2 remind
3 invite d is the extra definition.
4 ask
5 order 8 2 protested/were protesting
6 beg 3 criticizing
7 explain 4 whisper
8 promise 5 demand/are demanding
9 offer 6 quarrels
10 refuse 7 gossiping
11 advise 8 chatting
9 denies
4 2 reminded his wife to 10 suggesting/going to suggest
3 invited us to 11 accused
4 asked me
5 ordered us to put our hands up 9 Translations.
6 begged … to tell him her
7 explained to me … was
8 promised
9 offered to help
10 refused to buy her son
11 advised Alison to tell