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TEST2(Units3-4)

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TEST3(Units5-6)

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MID-TERM
TEST(Units
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TEST4(UnitsT-8)

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TEST5(Unitsg-10)

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EXITTEST(Units1 - 12)

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LISTENING
TEST1 (Units
1 - 2)

p.45

LISTENING
TEST2 (Units
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LISTENING
TEST3 (Units5 - 6)

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LISTENING
MID-TERM
(Units1 - 6)

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LISTENING
TEST
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LISTENING
TEST5 (UnitsI - 10)

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EXIT
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KEYTOTESTS
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A. Choosethe correct item.

l'll neverforgetthefirsttimeI metMark.I wasat a party,feelinga bit bored,whenmy eyesfellon thistalle.g.
...A...youngmanin hismid-twenties.
He hadred1) ......................
hairandwasreallygoodlooking.
Hewassmartly
dressedin a casualwhitecotton
shirtandgrey2l ......................
trousers.
Whatreallyattracted
methough,washiswarm3) ..................,...
smile.Of
coursemostpeoplebelievethathismoststunningfeatureis his4)
greeneyes.Westartedchattingand
tookto eachotherimmediately.
Markis a kindand5)
personwhowillalwayslistento youandofferhelp.He'salsoveryintelligent
and6) .....................
enough
for hisage.lvlark
is really
7) ......................
as he cancomeup withnewideasallthe
time.That'swhyhe'sverygoodat hisjob,atthough
he,snotreay obsessed
withhis8) ......................
.
Marklikesreading
andtravelling.
As he'svery9)
andlovesmeeting
newpeople,he'sgotfriends
allovertheworld.
overtheyears,l'vesharedmanygoodtimeswithMark.He'soneof themost10)
peoplel'veever
met,as wellas oneof my bestand mosttrustedfriends.
e.gAwell-built
l Aslanting
2 Along-sleeved
3Asensible
4 Aalmond-shaped
5Aunderstanding
6Amiddle-aged
7 Apolite
SApractice
9Asociable
l0Acheerful

Bwrinkled
Bfreckled
Bloose-fitting
Bcareful
Bcurly
Bmuscular
Bbossy
Bbrave
Bcareer
Bfit
Brude

C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C

medium-height
pale
low-heeled
friendly
curved
crooked
mature
patient
position
persuasive
spoilt

D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D

permed
shoulder-length
sling-back
fair
oval
skinny
shy
creative
professional
accurate
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l'llneverforgetthe impression
NewYorkmadeon me thefirsttimeI sawit.Of courseI knew
all aboutthe famouse.g. large capitalcity from the cinemaand the booksI'd read;or so I
thought!Whoever11) says he is an experton NewYorkCityand has seeneverything
thereis
to seein thisamazingly
12)interestingand excitingplace,cannotbe tellingthetruth.I couldn't
waitto 13) look around all the fantasticplacesand historical
sitesI'd heardand readso much
about.But,aboveall, I wantedto 14) becomefamiliarwith its uniqueatmosphere
and energy
and to havethe secretsof NewYork 15) exposedto me.

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C. Circle the correct item.

KayworksonTVasa(n)puttisner/eAitor/@/iournalist.
e.g.George
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newsstories.
Hisjob isto present

Jane'sthinkingof goingon a three-dayflight/triplvoyageltourto Londonto see her friends.
to helpus preparefor the exam.
Ourteachergaveus a leaflet/prospectus/brochure/handout
of France.
She'son holidayin a smallvillageon the southcoast/bank/shore/seaside
Inskip
caves.
to
We boughtticketsfor a(n)excursion/expedition/travel/sightseeing
seriously.How can you make
presenters/meteorologists
| don'ttake astrologers/astronomers/weather
predictions
aboutthe futureby studyingthe positionsof starsand planets?

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D. Choosethe correct item.
willbe
e.g.Try notto worry...8...it any more.Everything
fine.
D by
B about C for
Aof

of beingveryconfident
....,.the impression
26 He ...
and reliable,
C gives D brings
A shows B has

at the
for its pop cultureand visual 27 I cannot believe she left her
21 London'swell-known
world.
the
travel
around
companyto
amongmanyotherthings.
A profession B post C vacancy D CV
C fashionD music
B clubs
A arts
hot chocolateon Mum's
club;we can'tenterunless 28 Oh, no! I'vejust
22 Thisis a very
favouritetablecloth.
we'remembers.
A spinned B poured C samPled D sPilt
luxurious
A exclusiveB fabulousC uniqueD
a plane;l'm usedto it
... stayinghome 29 | don'tmindbeing
23 Stevepreferssocialising....
as my job involvesa lot of travelling.
watchingTV.
Dwith
Bby
Cat
Aon
B than
C instead D to
A from
. her long blackhairloose.
24 Chrisusually
B puts
C gets D takes
A wears
.......my secret.
25 Please,don'tgive.
Caway Doff
Bin
Aup

30 I'm sure he'll be very successful.He has a real
c h a m p i o n '. s. . . . . .
C suPPort
A mentality
D profession
B confidence
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GRAMMAR
E. Completeeachsentencewith two to five wordsincludingthe wordsin bold'
herroomat nineo'clockandsheis stillpainting.
e.g.Annestartedpainting
Annehasbeenpaintingher loom sincenineo'clock.
has
31 lt wasverykindof Tedto lendmehisbook.
Tedlent...............
which
32 Thewomanwaitingat the busstopis my aunt.
who

The woman

33 Thediamondringcosta lotishecouldn'tbuyit.
ringwas ..............
expensive Thediamond
lor
the
sixo1us. Let'smakesomemore.
is
too
little
coffee
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kindof him.
...........very
. at the bus stop is my aunt'

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Areyou surethisis the housewheretheylived?
which
Areyou surethisis the house
He'sratheryoungso he can'thavethe experience
needed.
old
He's .
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been
| .......

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. the experience
needed.
.. for a year.

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. . . . . .y. o u s h o u l dt e l lh e rt r u t h .
A wasthinking B arethinking c havethought D think
43 Annis my bestfriendlWe ..
......eachotherfor years.
A know
B knew
C knows
D haveknown
44 Nicky
to san Francisco
whenthe accidenthappened.
A flies
B hasflown
C was flying
D has beenflying
......in a caf6at present,but he hasalreadyappliedfor a newjob.
B haveworked C is working
D worked

46 | spoketo two people,neitherof ....
.....wereSpanish.
A whom
B which
C who
D where
47 We .....
. . . .s o m ef r i e n d sf o r d i n n e tr o n i g h tW
. o u l dy o u l i k et o j o i nu s ?
A saw
B are seeing
C haveseen
D see

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H. Fill in the gapswith the correct word derived from the words in bold.
e.g. I lovetravellingby car becauseI can enjoythe scenery.
48 My job is reallychallenging
and involves
a lot of

SCENE
RESPONSIBLE

49 This 19thcenturybuildingwas

ORIGINAL

5 1 T h e r e ' sn o . . . .

....,.constructed
as a theatre.
...to see us.
. . . . .f.o r w h a ty o u ' v ed o n e .

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about
everything.
I can'tstandit.
41 Nobodystartedeatinguntilall the
guestshad stillarrived.

e.g.The plane...A...off at seveno'clock,so we mustbe on time.
A takes
B is taking
C took
D hastaken

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A work

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wordson the linesprovided,or put a tick (/) it the sentence
is correct.
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e,g. She enteredintothe roomand turned
on the lights.
Angieis usedto go to Spainevery
summerwhenshe was young.
Jerryhad beenstudyingin Milan
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READING
I. Read the article about Manchester.For questions 52-57. Choosethe correctanswerA, B, C or D.

placeto visit walkingin a city wherethere's
Another
is the "capital" population.
Manchester
area. so muchto see,andmuchoFit
EastJeField
historic
is
the
oF
England.
north-west
oF the
the maintravelroutes.
u
onthe eastbankoFthe w h i c h h a s t h e F i r s t r b a n is oFF
Situated
But iFyou get tiredwith all
parkin Britain.
Hereyou
bustling heritage
Riverlrwell,it is a 1ive1y,
city with a large student can take a canal trip, stroll that walkingaround,you can
yourselF
at one oF the
population.
Although
it wasonce a r o u n d t h e m u s e u m sa n d reFresh
in
bars
the city.There
caF6
many
oF
the atmosphere
industrialisedexperience
seenonlyasa duJl,
gth
o1doFhomely,
is a widevariety
centuryManchester.
place, in recent years l
FootballFansneednot Feel F a s h i o n eodr e v e n e c c e n t r i c
hasbecome
the"in"
Manchester
For leFtout;theycanalwaysmakea 0 n e 5 .
nlaceto be. lt is well-known
you do,youwon't
Whatever
and trip to the Old lraFFord
its trendyclubs,its Fashlon
r n i t e d M u s e u m havea dullmomentin the place
musicnot to mentionits world M a n c h e s t eU
the
awarded
Famous Football team, which also containsa coFFee whichwasrecently
"most
city
in
interesting
oF
title
shop.
shopanda souvenir
United.
Manchester
its
It's easyto Findyour way Europe".Despite unpopular
There'splentyto see in
thecitycentreandyou're industrialimagein the past,
to around
and something
Manchester
more
is becoming
you
too
FarawayFroma tram Manchester
never
For
example,
tastes.
suitalJ
popular
as
a
tourist
you
more
and
couldhavea tasteoFthe 0rient or a bus,whichwill take
nowadays.
i n C h i n a t o w n , h o m e t o whereveryou want to go. destination
M a n c h e s t e r 'lsa r g e C h i n e s e However,many peoplepreFer

is
to the article,Manchester
52 Accordrng
of England.
A a smallcityin the north-west
B onlyknownfor its heavyindustry.
onlyif you likefootball.
C interesting
D a veryexcitingplacethesedays.

55 lf you wantto havea coffeeor a drinkin the centre
caf6bars.
A thereare mainlytraditional
B there'splentyof choicefor alltastes.
C thereare only extremelymoderncaf6bars.
D thereare only a few placesyou can go to.

in history,
53 lf you'reinterested
area.
A you can visitthe Eastlefield
B you can go to Chinatown.
C you don'thavea big choicein Manchester.
D thereare only a few 19thcenturybuildingsyou
can see.

likein the past?
56 Whatwas Manchester
A A s m a l ld u l lc i t y .
B An excitingcity to visit.
C A cityfullof factories.
D Tourists'mostpopulardestination

54 Movingaroundthe citycentre
A is ratherconfusing
and difficult.
B can onlybe doneby walking.
C is verytiring.
D can be donein variouswavs.

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57 Whatdoes"its"in line55 referto?
A Europe
B Manchester
C tourism
D industry

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compositionusing the plan belowand your own ideas. (120-180words)

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setthe scene(nameof the person,time/place
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physicalappearance
(e.9.tall, slim, of mediumheight,well-built,tanned,blond hair,freckles,etc)
Paragraph3
personality/characteristics
(e.9.original,careful,helpful,imaginative,
polite,rude,dishonest,etc)
Paragraph4
activities
he/shetakespartin: hobbies,interests(e.9.cycling,going to cinema/theatre,
sailing,reading,etc)

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Paragraph5
comments/feelings
aboutthe person

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VOCABULARY
A. Choosethe correct item.
e . g .T h eb u i l d i n g
w a s . . . A . .p. r o m p t l yb y t h ef i r eb r i g a d e .
A evacuated
C extingushed
B shattered
D rocked
1 You can't expecthim t o . . .
.....e
. v e r y t h i nagn d
run off to Venezuela.
A head
C tear
B drop
D rash
2 The young princewas ridingin the cool ..
night.
A moonless
C bitter
B burning
D cruel
3 Her long silk skirt
stairs.
A rustled
B whistled

. as she walkedup the
C creaked
D struck

C spread
D injury

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umbrella.
A blazing
B spooky

C still
D drizzling

t h a nt 2 b i l l i o n .
A measuring
B recalled

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d i d n ' ta p o l o g i s e .
A keep
B make

10 Did you read about the
Colombialastyear?
A structural
B shaken

. mattersworse,he
Cdo
D take
. earthquakein
C massive
D trapped

11 The possibilityof a terroristattack hasn't been

4 The fire was due to a(n)
wiringsystem.
A inhalation
B malfunction

the otherday.
A plot
B blurb

8 There's no reason to be arguing.lt's just a(n)
. ina teacup.
A fire
C rain
B storm
D iceberg

in the electrical

when Ann left so she took an

C violence
D creature

A ruledout
B cut out

C blownopen
D taken off

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to the ropeand didn'tletgo until
the rescueteamarrived.
A got
C clung
B nailed
D burst
residents
of the island.
A tremor
B impact

C debris
D burst

A alternatively
B obviously

C immediately
D barely

C estimated
D situated

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Helen'sideaof an idealholidayhaschangede.g.a lot in the pastfewyears.
Nowadays,she'd much rathergo away in spring when most placesare not
15)filled withtourists.
She has to 16) confess,though,that when she was youngershe really
enjoyedthe noisy atmosphereand activity.Now, however,she feels rather
17) tired of all thisand all she wantsto do whileon holidayis relax.She says
that in thisway she can 18)focus her attentionon herthoughtsand herwriting.
"lt's as if I havean 19) extreme need for peaceand quiet,"Helensays.She
doesn'tevenmind beingalone,20) isolatedfromthe restof the worldfor some
time.At first,someof herfriendswere21) extremelysurprisedby the change
theysaw in her and couldhardlybelieveit was the sameperson.Nevertheless,
22) over time, they havecometo understandand acceptit.

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you may have to changethe form.
c. choosethe correctword and completethe sentences.
e.g

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o divide
share
a) Wouldyou liketo share a baguettewith me? I'm
not very hungry.
b) We can divide the work, so that it can be done
faster.

odiscuss

.chat
a) | wentout withmy friendsandwe ...
pleasantly
for hours.
b) There'ssomething
we needto ....
o
join
o enjoy
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o cause
. effect
a) Youshouldalwaysthinkaboutthe ....
your actionsmay haveon others.
b ) l ' d r e a l l yl i k et o f i n do u t t h e . . . .
. . . . . . . o. .f
his strangebehaviour.
I can'tunderstand
it.

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b) I d o n ' t
l'd be upsettoo.
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a) We'regoingoutfora meal.Won'tyou.
...us?

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....him of theft.
. . . . .h e rf o r f e e l i n gl i k et h i s .

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. insecure
unsure
a) I don'tknow.I'm rather
.,.of what
to do
b) Mary is really
after what
happened.
She hasverylittleconfidence.

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theblue!MylittlesisterJenny,who'sstudying
in
Paris,is gettingmarried29)
my friendMark.Whenmy motherannouncedit to me, I lookedat her
30)......................
disbelief.
l knewtheygot3l) ......................
g2l .
witheachother,butit hadneveroccurred
...........
methattheywere
soclose.Tobe honest,
thisistypical33).............................
mysister.
She'salwaysbeensecretive
andlikessurprising
people.I'm veryhappyfor themof course,becauseI lovethembothverymuch.However,it willtakeme a whileto
get34)..............,.......
theshock!

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E. Fill in the gapswith the correctword derivedfrom the wordsin bold.
for
"You'reback!"Faysaidwithan e.g.exclamation
of ioy.Brucehadbeenawaystudying
for
the
Christmas
home
had
managed
to
come
threeyearsand it was the firsttime he
"l'mvery
surprise.
at thewonderful
. Hissisterwasreally36)
35)..................,..
....
........
.
.........,..
passed
Bruce
said,
37)
allmy exams,"
happyto be here,too.Andl'vefinally
. ..........now,but
...
38)
I mustsaythatI hadto workveryhardand I'm absolutely
good!
.....
........'......
Theywere39)..........................
I received.
withtheresuits
I'mverypleased

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he saidto her
e.g."Wouldyoulikemeto giveyoua liftto school?"
give
lift
to
school.
to
her
a
He offered
otfered
40 "Whydon'tyouseea doctoraboutit?"Annasaidto me.
41 lt'sa pityhefailedhistest.
I didn'tbringanyfoodwithme.
42 I'mstarving;
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wish
I'mstarving;
he'llhavean accident.
43 lf he doesn'tdrivecarefully,
He'llhavean accident
drives
yourletteryet?",MumaskedOscar.
44 "Hassheanswered
lVum
if
letmeknow.
unusual,
45 lf younoticeanything
Letmeknow
should
45 'OK,I brokethe brandnewvase,"Stevesaid.
having
Steve...................

foodwithme.
carefully'
answeredhis letterYet.
.. unusual.
............
brandnewvase.

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G. Write the unnecessary
experience
Chrishadhada frightening
Sarahandherhusband
They'dbeenflying
lor a weekagoon theirflightbackfromSwitzerland.
havingengine
overthe Alpsfor sometimewhenthe planestarted
panicked
to go on
forshehadnever
decided
trouble.
Sarah
andwished
we'd neverhavebeen
the trip."lt'syourJault.lf you hadn'tinsisled,
shetoldChris,buthe saidthatshewasover
{lownin thatweather!"
in thefirstplace.Thenhe
reacting
anddeniedof havingreallyinsisted
thatit wasprobably
nothing
askedfromherto calmdown.Heexplained
wouldbe all rightin theend,addingthatthe
serious
andeverything
to himbeforesomeyearsago."l reallydon't
samethinghadhappened
wheredo you find this courage,"Sarahreplied,but
understand
wasbackto normal.
fortunately
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e . g .C o u l dy o us t o p. . . C . .l.i e s ?| d o n ' tb e l i e v a
e w o r dy o u
say.
A saying B speaking C tellingD talking
5 8 l w i s hy o u . .
. . . . . .t.o b r i n gt h e m a p .W e w o u l d n ' t
be lostnow!
A remember
C haveremembered
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B had remembered
D w i l lr e m e m b e r

Our teachersaid that the moon
. smaller
thanthe earth.
A was
B is being C wouldbe D is
My dad
. me to go aheadwithmy idea.
A encouragedB said C claimed D suggested
lf I wereyou, I
do that.
A didn't
B w o u l d n ' t C s h o u l d n ' tD w o n ' t

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A-F the onewhich lits eachgap (62-67)

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C
D
E
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Afterthat,lavaand mudwill beginto eruptfromthe crater.
At present,no publicservicesareworkingapartfromthe emergency
services.
"Hopehasn'tbeenlost.We'llall do our best,,,a memberof a rescuereamreoofted.
At the timeof the explosion,
mostol the residentsof the areawereasleepor just gettingup for work.
Also,a resultingmudflowin the nearbyToutleRivercausedthe riverto burstits banks.
Expertsclaimthat the blastexploded1,300feet intothe air from the peakof the mountainand has teft
behinda 5,000footdeepcrater.

Volcanic Eruption Results in Tragedy
morning,therewas a largeexplosionat the peakof MountSt. Helen's'The
At around6am yesterday
of an atom bomb,
volcaniceruption,whichcame withoutwarning,explodedwith a forcesimilarto that
200 milesawayin
heard
The blastwas
killingsix peopteand leavingtwenty-oneothersmissing I6rTl
area'
wentunheard45 milesawayin the Vancouver
Canadabut,strangely,
thisviolenteruptionis thefirstof itskindin 32,000years.163T-l Thedevastating
to geologists,
According
in the
Therehavebeenseveralconnectedexplosions
of the eruptionhavebeenwidespread.
consequences
attempts
rescue
out by ashclouds,whicharemaking
areashavebeenblackened
region,andthe surrounding
difficult.
extremely
sweptawayhouses,bridgesand cars'
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will continueto rise
Conditionsare not expectedto improvein the nearfuture.Expertspredictthat ash
years.
fromthe mountainfor a few days. 165T-l Thiscouldcontinuefor anotherfifteenor twenty
of the area't66T-l Rescue
It will be quitesometime beforethingsget backto normalfor the residents
and dangerous
Despiteextremedrfficulties
effortsare continuingtoday in an attemptto find any survivors.
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conditions,
thisweek.
later
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damage
the
of
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startingwith the words"I wasalonein the housewatchinga thriller on TV." Write your compositionusing
the plan belowand your ovmideas.(120-150)
lntroduction
Paragraph1
setthe scene(who-where-when-what)
MainBody
Paragraph2-4
(describe
incidents
leadingup to themaineventandtheeventitselfin detail)
Development
Conclusion
FinalParagraph
people'sreactions,
feelings,
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A. Choosethe correct item.

Dear Debbie,
lreceivedyour letLer aekinqfor adviceon howto e.q, ,..O,..your dieL and keepfit.
Firet of all, you haveNo be de\ermined
and patientbecaueeyou can't reallyexpectto
1ee the 1)
immediately.
However,if's really worth the eff ort, ae chanqing
your
lifeotylewill haveeignificanN
reEulLE
in the way you2) ......,..,,...,
with NheVreeoure7
of modern
life. You haveto find more f,imefor youreeltor else you'll end u? Lrappedin thiE couch
3) ,.,,...,,....,
tifeoLyte.
I undersVandthaL it iE eaEier said Lhan done. buL you musLtry to includereqular
exerciseir your daily routinee,noV only ae a way of 4) ,..,.,.,..,....
your weiqht,but also ab a
form of protection againef, hear| atLackE in laLer life; 5)
alone the emoV,ional
benetite. ExerciEinqdoee wonderaf or your maod and, if you exercieeproperly,
Lherewill be
no 6)
AnoLher impoftant ehep ie Eo ?re?are your own meale rather fhan 7)
whatever
iE available,whichie ueuallyjunk food, Home-cookedmeala are noL only more oatiafyinq,buL
alao hiTherin B)
nuLrienloand lower in calorieEthan f aaL food.
Finally,avoid exLremeE.A chocolaLe9)
avery now and then won't do you any
harm. The key to oucceee ie adoVtinq a(n) 10)
diet and eLickinqLo iN.
| ,hope my advicewill be helpful.LeL me know how everyEhinq
qoeo,
Love,
JudY

e.g.A
1 A
2 A
3 A
4 A
5 A
6 A
7 A
I A
9 A
10 A

increase
help
take
potato
losing
come
side
snatch
health
pinch
vast

B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B

improve
USeS
lack
food
controlling
leave
soul
grab
substance
pint
eating

C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C

decrease
goods
deal
era
signifying
mention
gain
bite
vital
slice
body

D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D

restrict
benefits
pick
person
moving
let
risk
take
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helping

pinch

clove

loaf

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A : l m a d e t h i sd i s hf r o ma e . g . r e c i p eg i v e nt o m e b y
whowasan excellent
cook.Trysome
my grandfather,
you'll
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wanta second
and l'm sure
afterwards!
B : M m m !l t ' sd e l i c i o u sH. o wd o y o u m a k ei t ?

desert

A: Well,youneedtwolargetomatoes,al2l
......of
of garlic,a bit of oil and justa 13) ..
saltfor the sauce.
B: ls that all?This dip is so tasty I could a eat whole
. . . . .o. f b r e a dw i t hi t !
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sourfs

carved

regional

sculpture

WhenI wasa child,I usedto lovemydad'sstoriesaboutAfrica.He hadworkedtherefor
manyyearsbeforeI wasborn.l'd sit nextto himandaskhimto tellme aboutthetribesand
thee.g.spiritsof thedeadagainandagain.He'dtell
theirmysterious
celebrations
honouring
me aboutthe beautifully
colouredmasksthey15)shapedout of woodand my mindwould
travelto thoseamazingplaces.He and I nevergot boredof talkingaboutdifferent16) local
got so 17)excitedthatwe
dancesandfestivals.In tacl,we sometimes
traditions,languages,
to us!
wouldgo on talkingfor hours,untilmy mumandmy brothergotrathertiredof listening
gave
me
is a smallwooden18)carvingDad
Needless
to say,my mostprizedposssession
whenlturnedeiohteen.

carriedaway

souls

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22 The festivalis free;you don't haveto pay an entry/
takes@ptrt
in a hugestadium.
e.g.The carnival
entrancefee.
19 A huge crowd gathered/collectedin the central
me of thefirsttimeI
This
Year's
23
songreminds/remembers
New
Eve.
squareon
wentto Madrid.
20 Shall we go and watch the carnivalprocess/
procession?
24 Areyou surehe'llbe ableto carrythe taskon/through
to the end?
21 The local peoplewere dressedin their traditional
suits/costumes.

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E. Choosethe correct item.
e . g .W h o . . . B . .t.h e c o m p a n yt a k e no v e rb y w h e nh e r e t i r e d ?
D will
A is
B was
C has
25 Let'sgo out for a walk,
B don't
A won't

. we?
C shall

D do

26 Theresidents
weremade
. theirhomesby the authorities.
A leave
B leaving
D to leave
C left
27 We'vegot ..
A several

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D much
B plenty
C hardlyany

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B wouldcome C had come

D come

A are

Bis

C have

D must

A hasn't

B won't

C wasn't

D didn't

A to tell

B wastelling C to havetold

32 Herweddingdresswas designed.
B with
Aat
33 Janicehad .
A some
A agree

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D is telling

.......a famousfashiondesigner.
D from

cbv

cluewhatsoever
as to who had phonedEli.
B none
D any
C no
B to agree

C agreeing

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eachsentence
with twoto fivewords,includingthewordsin bold,
e.g.DidJerrywritethisfunnystory?
written
Wasthisfunnystorywrittenby Jerry?
35 I'dpreferto goto Spainratherthangoto ltaly.
36 Thesmellof bittercotfeefilledtheair.
The air
was
37 Theybelieve
shewasinvolved
in thescandal.
is
lt
38 Theweatherwasso badthatwe didn'too outfor a week.

of bittercoffee.

involved
in thescandal.

It was
such
Theyexpecthe willwin a gold medal.
She earnslotsof money;she can travelwherevershe wants.
so
Sheearns.....
paid
4 1 He
someoneto alterhis suitfor the wedding.

.. we didn'tgo out lor a week.

.. she can travelwherevershewants.

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wordson the lines provided,or put a tick (/) if the sentenceis correct,
e.g. Wouldn'tyou ratherto be leftalonenow?
42 I'd ratherhavestayedin lastnight,so as I was tired.
43 Manypreparations
are beeninvolvedin a Chinesewedding.
44 Louisagaveme a veryhelpfuladvice,for whichI'm grateful.
45. Sprinkleplentyof somecheeseon my pasta,please.
46 lt was such importantinformation
that everyonewas surprised,
47 Dougis in the hospitalwitha brokenleg.

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I smilede.g. happilyas my bestfriend,Lin,handedme a beautifully
wrappedpresent
"
T
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a
n
k
a n d w i s h e dm e a h a p p yb i r t h d a y .
y o u , L i n ! "l e x c l a i m e d".W h a ti s i t ? "l a s k e d i n
48) .
...as I pulledat the colourfulpaper.
"Well,open it and see,"laughedLin 49)
. I couldn'tbelievemy
eyeswhen lsaw what she had boughtme. lt was a copy of 'Festivals
of the World',a
wonderfulnew book. I'm reallyinterestedin festivalsand 50)
celebrations,
especiallyones in exotic and far-awayplaces. I lovelreadingabout
51)
......festivals
and findingout aboutlesswell-known
celebrations,
too.
Thisbook was the perfectpresentfor me.

HAPPY
ANTICIPATE
CHEERFUL
TRADITION
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I. Readth€ article aboutHoli, For questions52-57,choosethe correctanswer:A, B, C or D.
Manypeopleknowaboutthe HindufestivalDiwali,as it is probablythe mostfamousone,but haveyou ever
heardof Holi?Thisis a springcelebration,
connected
withthe moonand - in WesternIndiaonly - withthewheat
harvest.lt is celebrated
on the dayof thefull moon,eitherin Februaryor March.
As withmostIndianfestivals,
thereareregionalcustomvariations
throughoutIndia.Wheremyfamilyand I live,
we alwaysbuilda bonfire.Wesortout allthe objectsassociated
withwhatis notwantedfromthe previousyearso
thattheycanbethrownontothefire.YouseeourNewYearbeginsimmediately
afterHoli.Wealsopreparecoloured
waterand powdersto throwat eachotheron the day.Forthis reason,it is advisablenotto wearyourbestclothes
for Holi!lt is a veryfunnythingto see,butso is thedayitself;it is dedicated
to thegod Krishnaandit is characterised
by laughterandjollity.That'swhy peoplethrowcolouredwaterand powdersin all coloursof the rainbowat each
other.Thestreetslookas if therewasan explosionin a paintfactory!
Of course,despiteitsjoyfulcharacter,
thedayhasa moreserioussidetoo.Theburningof objectsin thebontire
gettingyourselfcleanand readyfor the NewYear.That'swhy peoplepay or forgivedebts,become
symbolises
lriendsandforgiveeachotherand generally
try to forgetand leavebehindanyfightsor anythingnegative
fromthe
old year.Holiis a festivalwhichendsthe yearon a happynoteand beginsthe NewYearon a fresh,hopefulone.
It makesus all feel betterfor havingcelebratedit.
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A not a HinduFestival.
B the mostfamousHinduFestival.
C verysimilarto Diwali.
D lessfamousthan Diwali.
53 Holiis usuallycelebrated
A whenever
thereis a full moon.
B in February
or March.
C at the sametimeas Diwali.
D in Westernlndia.

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A is celebratedin differentwaysaroundIndia.
B is only celebratedwherethe writerlives.
C is not at all similarto otherIndianFestivals.
D is not very popularin the area wherethe writer
lives.
55 Colouredwater
A is thrownontothe bonfireby people.
B is usedto colourpeople'sclothes.
C is thrownby peopleat eachother.
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57 Peopleburn objectsin the bonfire
A a festivalwhichis fun but hasa seriousapsecttoo.
A so thatthey can havegood luck in the new year.
B a typicalNewYear'sDay Festival.
B to celebrategod Krishna.
C a veryseriousoccassion.
C onlyfor fun.
D a reallyfunny celebrationwithoutany particular
D as a symbolof leavingall bad thingsbehind.
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J. A cookerymagazineis running a competitionto frnd the bestrecipe.Write your recipe,explaininghow to
makeyour favouritedish, usingthe plan belowand your own ideas,Write 120-180words.

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VOCABULARY
A. Choosethe correct word to fill in the sentences.You may have to changethe form.
e.g

o socks

o tights

a) The model has brown tights on and brown
leatherlow-heeled
shoes.
b) Georgealwaysforgetswherehe's put his socks.
.

muscular

o skinny

......when
a) Patrickusedto be really
he was a studentbecausehe didn'teat much.
b) As he spendsseveralhours in the gym lifting
weights,he'squite
.

sensible

o sensitive

. . . . . .g. i r l ;s h eg e t s
a) H e l e ni s s u c ha . . . . . .
hurtveryeasily.
b) I don't think this was a very
Areyousureyougaveit enoughthought?
decision.

3

. pause

o interrupt

. him
a) Chrishatespeople
whenhe speaks.
for a minute to think
b) Tom
aboutit and thenanswered.
.

. famine

drought

we cando to copewith
a) Theremustbe something
. . .i n E t h i o p i a .
the..
the cropswill die
b) lf thereis a ...
from lackof water.
.

.

win

gain

. . . . . .t.h e g o l dm e d a fl o r
a) M y b r o t h e.r. . . . .
the 100mrace.
b) Garrywason a dietas he didn'twantto ......
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e.g. Failingthe exam...D...her confidence.
A emitted
c hit
D damaged
B stopped
. . . . .h e rf o r n o ts p e a k i n tgo y o u .
6 Y o us h o u l d n '.t.
Afterall, it was yourfault.
A accuse
C chat
D blame
B apologise

Sallyarrived
t h i sm o r n i n g .
Bat
Ain

the officehalf an hour late

C to

D into

9 Adamand Helendecidedto havea partyto ....
the occasion.
A notice
B make
C mark D commit

. the sausageson the barbequeif I
10 I'd
....by statistics
wereyou.
7 The popularity
of junkfoodis .....
gatheredby researchers.
B grill
A boil
C steam D roast
A illustrated
c consumed
D demanded
B saturated
A novices
C bodyguards
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A down

B in

1 3 Thisis a rather
allowedin.
A lively
B exclusive

C off

D out

club;I don'tthinkwe'llbe

tennis?lt will help
Cin

Dto

1 6 You may not thinkmuch of this buildingbut it is of
great
important.
A ancient
C antique
B old
D historical
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didn'texpectto paythatmuch.
A luxurious
C overpriced
B towering
D spacious

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D broke

1 4 The bravesoldierfell to the hard groundwhen a
. pasthis ear.
bullet
A rustled
C creaked
B whistled
D yelled
1 5 Why don't you take .
you becomefitter.
Bon
Aup

1 8 Angiewould neverwearthat!You know she hates
. prints,
A floral
C florist
D flower's
B flower

We

C on with
D up with

A awaywith
B inon
Suewas taken
expectedit.
A aback

B in

2 1 The plane was found
How horrible!
A rocked
B crashed

. by the news!She'dnever
C off

D down
into tiny pieces.

C shattered
D spread

22 As we are not sure yet, no possibilitycan be
out.
B ristricted C got
A ruled
D led
.......the atmosphere
23 It's difficultto .
of the old
city backto life.
B take
A give
C bring D set

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put a tick (/).
C. Write the unnecessaryword on the lines, provided,otherwise
I receiveda letterfrom my friend lan, for whom I
haven'tseen for a year now. He says me that he's
havinglots of fun in San Fransiscoand isn'tactually
comingback in this summeras he'd plannedto. He
suggestsI to go and visithim for my holiday,which
doesn'tsound like a bad idea; I'm actualthinking
about it. So, if he is free in August,I may go and stay
withhimfor a coupleof weeks.l'll probablygivehim a
ringin a few of daysand let him know.

e.g.for
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27
28
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e . g .S h e . . . 8 . . .a s e m i n a ro n M o n d a ys o s h e c a n ' t b e
here.
A attends
C attended
B is attending
D has attended

A would havetold
B willtell

.....you werehonestwithme; I hatelies.
l'd ...
A prefer
B like
C rather D wish
informationso he decided
37 Tom needed.
to usethe Internet.
D any
A something B some C an
......to bed earlylastnight.
I'd rather
A havegone
C went
Dgo
B had gone

C had told
D mighthavetold

3 3 T h e j u d g ea s k e dH e l e ni f . . . . . . . . . . . .a n y t h i n gt o
add.
A she has
C she was having
B did she have
D she had
. . . . m o r e f r e e t i m e t h e s e d a y s !|
34 | wish| ......
reallyneeda break.
A had had
C havehad
B had
D was having

A are makingit
B havemadeit

C had madeit
D are havingit made

to the Mayor.
A w i l lb u i l d
B is beingbuilt

C will havebuilt
D will havebeenbuilt

. . . . . .y o u h a v en o i d e aw h a t I ' m t a l k i n g 41 When he was little,he
his summer
35 | ......
holidayswith his grandparents.
about.
A am seeing B seeing C see
D saw
A spend
C was spending
D usedto spend
B had spend

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e.g. She'sveryyoung;she can'tget a drivinglicence.
old
She'snot old enoughto get a drivinglicence.
42 Theyplayedverygood musicso everyoneenjoyedit.

made
Mydad ................
44 Whomadealltheoreoarations?

to theopera.

45 lf youseesmoke,activatethefirealarm.
thefirealarm......................
should Activate
46 | didn'treadthe weatherforecastso I wenthiking.

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socialise

explore

impact

revealed

fast-movinq

auth€f

JohnFowles,
thefamousBritishe.g.author,haswrittenseveral
successlul
novels,butof all hisbooks,'The
Magus'willalwaysbe myfavourite.
Thestoryis set in the 1950'sandthe maincharacter
is a youngmancalledNicholas.
He decidesto work
abroadbecause
he wantsto getawayfromhisboringlifein England.
He is otfereda job on a quietGreekisland
whichhe accepts
happily.
Nicholas
setsoffonedayto 49) ......................the
islandanddiscovers
a beautitul
house
whichis occupied
bya strange
oldmannamedConchis.
Theirmeeting
marksthebeginning
otan experience
which
Nicholas
willneverforgel,andwhichwillhavea great50)
on hislife.
Nicholas
beginsto 51) ..............,.......
withConchis,
whoclaimsto be a millionaire,
amongstotherthings.As
moreand moredetailsof Conchis'lifeare52)
becomes
moreand moreconfused.
, Nicholas
and
whenidentical
twinsturnup withstrange
storiesabouthishost,Nicholas
isn'tsurewhoto believe.
'Thelvlagus'is a mysterious
novelwitha 53)
plot.I recommend
it to anyonein searchof mystery
anosuspense.

54 John Fowlesis a famousGreekWriter.
55 Nicholasdecidesto workabroadbecause
he is bored.
He is offereda job on a Greekmountain.

57 Nicholasdiscovers
a beautiful
old car.
58 Nicholasmeetsidentical
twins.

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Write your composition
G. Your teacherhasaskedyouto describea visit to a placeyouwill alwaysremernber.
using th€ plan belowand your own ideas.Write 120-180words.
lntroduction
Paragraph1
theplace)
for choosing
of theplace,reason(s)
setthescene(nameandlocation
MainBody
2-3
Paragraph
free-time
activities)
sights,facilities,
details(place:
overalllookandparticular
Conclusion
FinalParagraph
feelings
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. .o. "u s e s .
e . g .I r e a da n a r t i c l ea b o u t" b u r g l a r - . . . D h
A friendship
B friendliness
C friend
1 lt was reportedthatthe forestwas purposelyset on fire by
A shoplifters
B vandals
C arsonists

D friendly
D thieves

2 Jennyacceptedimmediately,
Shecouldn't
. the opportunityof a lifetime.
A lose
B have
C miss
D regret
3 He was sentto prisonfor ....
.....his boss;she was payinghim not to revealher secret.
A stealing
B pickpocketing C joyriding D blackmailing
4 Arsenalfanshopethattheirteamwiil ...
......for the finals.
A indicate
B supervise
C cope
D qualify
5 He has nevertried.
.......as he doesn'tfancythe ideaof travelling
quicklydowna river.
A snorkelling
B hang-gliding
c rafting
D diving
6 Don'tleavethe balconydooropen.lt'sa(n)
invitation
to burglars,
A open
B plain
C sensible D simple
7 lt's reallydifficult
to tellwho'sgoingto .....
....the game;they'rebothexcellent
players.
A beat
B win
C defeat
D get
I Threearmedmen .
the NationarBankyesterdaymorning.
A robbed
B stole
C burgled
D broke

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B. Choosefrom the words in the box below to completethe text.

Jennywasabsolutely
thrilled
duflngthejourney.
Shedidn'tevene.g.mindtravelling
in an oldvanlorthreehours
- something
whichshewould9)
....havefoundreally
tiring.
Theweather
1O)..................................
wasverygoodtooandshecouldn't
waitto seetheplaceherfriendhadtoldherso muchabout.Shewasexpecting
a(n)11).............................
paradise;
theprace
she'darways
dreamt
about.
Jennyisa 12)..........................
narure
rover
so she'sconstantly
in 13) ..............
of placesunaffected
by humandevelopment.
To heramazement,
whentheyreached
theirdestination,
sherealised
thatit wasfarbetterthanshehadimagined.
She14)........................
a goodlookaroundandshecouldhardlybelieve
hereyes.Thefirstthingthat15)................
nereyewas
the hugewaves.Shestoodtherefor a whilejust breathingfreshair lookingat the deep bluesea and the waves
16)...............................,..
ontotheoeacn.

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C. Circle the correctitem.
'KEYWITNESS'
andhonest
PaulBriggsplaysa courageous
newfilmdirected
by SimonSteelberg.
is a gripping
policemanwho triesto provethat his client,MarieLyness,is innocent.But suddenly,he

nce I

e.g.

the
mysteriously
and the 17)iudge/courtreporterhasto postponethe trialfor a few days.Meanwhile,
disappears
either
18)accused/prosecutor
startsbehavingin a verystrangeway.Althoughthereis little19)evidence/sentence
whoclaims
appears
way,he is determined
to proveMarieguilty.Then,allof a sudden,a 20) professional/witness
he saw the crimebeingcommitted.Of course,no one 21) suspects/convictsthat he is actuallythe one who
committeditl Willthe 22) iury/iuniordefencelawyerbelievehis story?And what will happenwhen PaulBriggs
a fewsurprises.
returns?
Youmustwatchthisfilm;you'llbe guaranteed

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D. Fill in the gapswith the correct particle(s).
e.g. She hasfinallygrownout of herfearof flying.
23 Did you you know that Angie and Peter broke
'..''''.''?
24 Someonebroke

...my grandmother's

25 I'm tired of your complaining
everything!
26 My friend Ann lives in Coloradobut she grew
. . . . . .i .n N e wY o r k .

flat but fortunately
she wasn'tin.

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E. Completeeach sentencewith two to five words, including the words in bold.
for me to dealwith.
e.g.The problemwas difficult
difficulty I hadditficulty(in)dealingwiththeproblem.
27 Mum mademe promiseI wouldn'tbe late.
1.......
was

2s canyougi* '. ; il
mind

rate
;*n ,n, ;r"J:i:;be

Would

. . . . .a h a n dw i t ht h e l u g g a g e ?
29 l'm surethe pilotwas a verybraveman.
The pilot
been

i:::J:"
h.';;;i ;;;;. ,n.n";"'i'J
30 'msure
"i
be

He ...

. . . .o f t h e h a r mh e h a sd o n e .
31 You took moreclotheswithyou thanyou needed.
You .
taken
...so manyclotheswithyou.

26

This looks reallyserious;why haven'tyou seen a
doctoryet?
should You .
. . . . . .b. Yn o w .
There'sno needto apologise;afterall it's my fault.
You ..
have
.....;afterall it'smy fault.
Evedidn'thavetroublefixingthe car herself.
d i f f i c u l t E v ed i d n ' t . . . . . . .
. . . . . .t.h e c a r h e r s e l f .
give
you
me a ringto sayyou'dbe late?
Why didn't
You .
have
...a ringto sayyou'dbe late.

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