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A2

Starter unit

Vocabulary p4

1

1c

2d

o

i

m

c

3p

p

4t

e

x

t

b

o

o

k

e

u

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5n

o

t

e

b

o

o

k

e

n

r

a

6c

r

h

7c

d

8p

l

a

y

e

9r

a

e

u

i

n

10b

o

a

r

d

c

b

i

11r

u

l

e

r

l

r

2

1 yellow

2 green

3 black

4 grey

5 brown

6 pink

7 blue

8 purple

9 white

10 orange

3

2Can you repeat that please?

3What does alphabet mean?

4How do you say that in English?

5How do you spell that?

4

1 b 2 c 3 d 4 a

Vocabulary p5

1

1 Ireland 2 Washington DC

3 Canadian 4 Irish 5 Canada

2

Annalisa

3

1 T 2 F 3 F 4 T 5 T 6 F 7 T 8 T

4

1green, white, red – a Italy

2red, white – b Turkey

3white, red – c Japan

4red, white, blue – d the UK

5blue, white, yellow – e Argentina

6red, white – f Switzerland

Grammar in context p6

1

a are

b

aren’t

c isn’t

d Am e Is

f are

g

aren’t

h is

i isn’t

2

2 I’m from Oxford. 3 Kelly’s an Irish name. 4 We aren’t all from Australia. 5 He isn’t 17, he’s 18. 6 I’m not your teacher. 7 We’re in the classroom.

3

2 You aren’t from Germany. 3 He isn’t Australian. 4 They aren’t all students.

5 He isn’t 19. 6 We aren’t in New York.

7I’m not a Spanish speaker.

8The answer isn’t on the board.

1

our

2 her 3 their 4 My 5 Its

6

His

7 Your

5

2No, they aren’t. They’re in Portugal.

3No, it isn’t. It’s in the US.

4No, he isn’t. He’s Australian.

5No, they aren’t. They’re in Australia.

Speaking p7

1

1 e 2 d 3 b 4 f 5 a 6 c

Vocabulary p7

1

1

Wednesday 2 Tuesday 3 Monday

4

Thursday 5 Friday 6 Saturday

7

Sunday

2

1

January 2 April 3 October

4

November 5 May

3

2

first 3 December 4 Tuesday

5

eighth 6 Saturday

4

2The twenty-fourth of December

3The twenty-first of March

4The eleventh of June

5The third of November

6The twenty-second of August

7The seventeenth of January

8The fourth of July

Vocabulary p8

1

1

grandmother 2 grandfather

3

mother (example)

4 father

5 aunt

6

uncle 7 sister

8 brother

9 cousin

2

1

grandmother

2 cousin 3 niece

4

uncle 5 wife

6 nephew

3

1

tall

2 long 3 brown 4 short

5

glasses

4

1

b

2 d 3 a

Grammar in context p9

1

1

has got

2

have got

3

have got

4

has got

5

have got

6

have got

2

1 Claire hasn’t got a car. 2 Jack hasn’t got a beard. 3 Mr and Mrs Barker have got a car. 4 Mr Barker hasn’t got glasses. 5 Mrs Barker and the children have got dark hair. 6 They haven’t got a cat in this family.

3

1 e 2 f 3 c 4 a 5 b 6 d

4

1

cats’ 2 grandmother’s 3 Owen’s

4

parents’ 5 aunt’s 6 Jake’s

5

1Pete’s parents’ names are Dave and Jenny.

2Jenny’s eyes are small and brown.

3Dave’s beard is short and grey.

4Pete’s sisters’ names are Fran and Gail.

5Jenny’s brother’s name is Craig.

6Craig’s daughter Wendy is Pete’s parents’ niece.

6

1These books are for my friends.

2Are those your teachers?

3Are these films on DVD?

4Are those students Australian?

5These cats’ eyes are yellow.

6Are those singers German?

7

1 this 2 that 3 these 4 those

Grammar revision p10

1

a my

b you

c he

d it e her f its

g our

h you

i your

j their

2

1

are, ’m 2 Is, is 3 Is, ’s 4 Are, are

5

are, aren’t

3

1

My, isn’t 2 are, their

3 Our, are

4

is, his 5 Your, isn’t

6 My, is

4

2 Have your grandparents got a cat?, No, they haven’t. 3 Has your teacher got glasses?, Yes, he/she has. 4 Have your parents got brothers and sisters?, Yes, they have. 5 Have you got a nephew or a niece?, No, I haven’t.

5

1Paul’s children are all thin.

2My brothers’ names are Luke and Paul.

3My grandparents’ birthdays are in May and June.

4Our teacher’s desk is by the window.

5My aunt Mary’s eyes are blue.

6His father’s beard isn’t very long.

6

1

This

2 That 3 this 4 Those

5

these

6 That

7

1Have Has your brother Henry got long dark hair?

2Their parent’s parents’ names are Eleanor and Wilfred.

3These This film is my favourite.

4Her mothers mother’s mother is her grandmother.

5I’s I’ve got my dance class in ten minutes.

6Is those that boy your brother or your cousin?

7Her children children’s names are Will and Tom.

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8Have Are you Australian?

9Their grandparents’ grandparents are 80 years old.

10My son have has got brown eyes.

11His cousin’s cousins’ names are Susan and Emma.

12Are these pens your teachers teacher’s?

Vocabulary revision p11

1

1 g 2 a 3 f 4 h 5 c 6 b 7 e

8

d

2

1

seventeenth

2 tenth 3 twenty-sixth

4

eighteenth

5 eleventh

6

twenty-second

3

1O R A N G E

2P U R P L E

3B R O W N

4W H I T E

5G R E E N

6Y E L L O W

a

Tuesday

b Wednesday

c Friday

d

Sunday

e February

f March

g

April h

June i July

j

September

k

October

l December

5

2Ellie’s birthday is on March the tenth.

3Olivia’s birthday is on May the twentyfirst. 4 Jack’s birthday is on July the eighteenth. 5 Mum’s birthday is on August the twenty-second. 6 Dad’s birthday is on September the third.

7Rob’s birthday is on October the twentyeighth. 8 My birthday is on December the twenty-fourth.

6

1

cousin

2 dark 3 aunt 4 tall

5

niece

6 brown

Unit 1

Vocabulary p12

1

1

maths 2 biology 3 French

4

geography 5 chemistry 6 music

7

art 8 English

2

1 d 2 e 3 a 4 f 5 b 6 c

3

1

by

2 gets 3 have 4 have 5 go

6

do

7 goes

4

1

chat online

2 do sport

3

go shopping

4 go out with friends

5

listen to music

6 play the piano

7

surf the Internet 8 take photos

9

watch films

5

2 I like listening to music. 3 I love taking photos. 4 I hate doing sport. 5 I love chatting online. 6 I think playing the piano is OK.

VOCABULARY EXTENSION p12

6

1

dry 2 clean 3 call 4 wake 5 read

6

go

Reading p13

1 c

2

1 F 2 F 3 T 4 NM 5 F 6 NM

7

T

8 NM

3

1

A

2 D

3 A 4 D

5 D

4

1

connect

2 hobbies

3 great

4

practise

5 marks

5

1

marks

2 hobbies 3 practise

4

connect

5 great

Grammar in context p14

1a

a don’t b doesn’t

1b

a teaches b study

2

2

takes

3 doesn’t do

4 don’t

watch 5 clean

6 asks

7 don’t have

8

studies

9 talk

10 stand

3

1 Gina likes going shopping. 2 She loves drawing. 3 She doesn’t like doing homework. 4 She hates watching sports on TV. 5 Luke likes surfing the Internet.

6 He loves playing football. 7 He doesn’t like playing tennis. 8 He hates playing the guitar.

4

1

in 2 at 3 on 4 in 5 at 6 at

7

on

GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p14

5

1

Tania doesn’t does/doesn’t do her

homework in her bedroom. 2 He finishs finishes classes and goes to the gym after school. 3 Our lessons starts start at half past eight. We has have got biology on Thursdays. 4 We asks ask the teacher when we don’t understand. 5 The girls aren’t go to don’t go home at four o’clock.

6He doesn’t likes like history or art.

7I doesn’t don’t go to dance classes at the weekend. 8 My friends dog have friend’s dog has got lots of toys.

Vocabulary and Listening p15

1

cinema

shopping centre

restaurant

sports centre

library

stadium

museum

swimming pool

park

theatre

2

1 restaurant 2 cinema 3 shopping centre 4 stadium 5 park 6 library

3 b

4

1

shopping centre

2 fast-food restaurant

3

cinema 4 sports centre 5 swimming

pool 6 stadium

7 museum 8 library

9

park

Circle: theatre

5

1 B 2 K 3 T 4 T 5 K 6 B 7 B

6

2Becky’s family have got a new dog.

3Kate does her homework at the library.

4Tom goes to football matches with his dad. 5 Becky’s school is near her home.

6 Correct 7 Becky asks Tessa to come and stay.

VOCABULARY EXTENSION p15

7

1 f nightclub d 2 d skate park b

3 b

art gallery e 4 c Internet café a

5 e ice

rink c 6 a beauty salon f

Grammar in context p16

1

1

never 2 always 3 often 4 usually

5

hardly ever 6 sometimes

2

1 I never go to the cinema. 2 We don’t usually have a break. 3 It is always sunny here. 4 Tommy hardly ever goes to the park. 5 John is often late.

3

1 a, d

2 e, g

4

a Does

b Do c don’t

5

2Does he eat lunch at school?

3Do they have guitar lessons at the weekend? 4 Does she study French?

5Do you teach biology?

6

1 d 2 b 3 f 4 e 5 c 6 a

7

1

Why

2 What 3 How 4 Which

5

When

6 Who

8

1 How do you go to school? 2 When do you do your homework? 3 Why do you like physics?

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GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p16

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1Kay: Where to do you go for your ICT lesson?

2Jake: Room 21. Where Do you go there for ICT?

3Kay: No, I don’t. I don’t not do ICT this year.

4Jake: Which does subject do you like best?

5Kay: I do like sports lessons. I love badminton.

6Jake: When time do you play?

7Kay: After go school and at weekends. Do you play?

8Jake: Yes, I do. I love it but.

Developing speaking p17

1

a brother b four

c doesn’t go

d five e subjects

f English g listens

h watches

2

Students’ own answers

3

1

but 2 and 3 and 4 and

5

because 6 but

4

/s/: lots maths parents’ science subjects /z/: DVDs games music name’s she’s

DESCRIBING PICTURES p17

5

Students’ own answers

6

1I think this school is in England.

2I think it’s break time because the students aren’t in the classroom.

3The students wear a uniform.

4My school is very different. We don’t wear a uniform. We wear normal clothes.

7

Students’ own answers

Developing writing p18

1

1

Canberra

2 me 3 mum 4 dad

5

Cowbridge 6 sports

7 ICT

8

Please

2

1

F 2 F

3 T 4 T

5 T

3

Ben

4

1 the names of your brothers, sisters and parents 2 what you look like 3 subject likes and dislikes 4 what you do every day

5

Students’ own answers

Revision: Unit 1

Grammar p19

1

1

get 2 plays 3 have 4 read

5

goes

2

1Harry doesn’t like homework.

2They don’t play music in class.

3We don’t have lunch at school.

4She doesn’t clean her teeth before breakfast.

5I don’t go to bed early on Saturdays.

1 at 2 at 3 on 4 in 5 on

4

1 Do you go home at 4 pm? 2 Does she have lunch with you? 3 Do we have an English lesson today? 4 Do they watch TV every day? 5 Does he read Spanish books? 6 Do you have a break at school?

5

1My sister is always very happy.

2They hardly ever go to school by bike.

3I never watch TV in the kitchen.

4His big brother often makes the dinner.

5We sometimes listen to good music in the car.

Vocabulary p19

1

1

art 2 history

3 geography 4 maths

5

biology 6 ICT

7 French 8 PE

2

1

finishes 2 surfs

3 watches 4 does

5

goes

6 plays

7 chats 8 studies

9

eats

10 gets

3

1 d 2 e 3 a 4 h 5 f 6 b 7 g 8 c

Unit 2

Vocabulary p20

1

1

kitchen 2 garden 3 hall

4

bathroom

5 dining room 6 garage

7

bedroom

8 living room

2

2No, she doesn’t. She sleeps in the bedroom.

3No, they don’t. They put the car in the garage.

4No, they don’t. They play football in the garden.

5No, he doesn’t. He has a shower in the bathroom.

6No, I don’t. I watch TV in the living room.

1

poster

2 clock

3 computer

4

microwave 5 radiator 6 washing

machine

7 fridge

8 cooker

9 CD player 10 games console 11 TV

12

lamp 13 DVD player 14 mirror

15

bed

4

1

armchair

2 toilet

3 bath

4 chair

5

cupboard

6 desk

7 shelf

8 shower

9

sink 10 sofa 11 table 12 window

5

1

shelf 2 table 3 desk 4 shower

5

armchair

6 sofa

VOCABULARY EXTENSION p20

6

1

wardrobe

2 floor 3 bed

4

cupboard

5 sofa

Reading p21

1

one person

2

armchair, kettle, mirror, pictures

3

1

one

2

Two people

3 doesn’t live

4

bad

5

didn’t plan

6 very close to

4

1 F 2 F 3 O 4 F 5 O 6 F

5

b online

6

1

tiny 2 narrow 3 wide 4 stairs

5

ladder

7

1

stairs 2 ladder 3 wide 4 tiny

5

narrow

Grammar in context p22

1

a is

b are

c isn’t

d aren’t e there

f Yes

g is

h are

i No j aren’t

2

1

There are

2 Is there, there is

3

are there

4 There are 5 There isn’t

6

Are there, there aren’t

3

1

There is

2

There isn’t

3

There are

4

There is

5

There isn’t

6

There aren’t

4

1

on

2 in front of 3 on 4 under

5

near

6 in

5

Suggested answers

2In a, there are trainers on the bed. In b, they are under the bed.

3In a, there are three posters on the wall. In b, there’s only one.

4In a, there’s a CD on the floor. In b, there isn’t.

5In a, there are two cups. In b, there is one cup on the table.

6In a, there aren’t any books on the shelves. In b, there are books on the shelves.

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Workbook answer key

7In b, the clock is on the bedside table. In a, it is under the bedside table.

8In b, the laptop is on the table. In a, it is on the floor.

GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p22

6

My friend is has got a small house in France. It’s really beautiful. It’s near a village and there aren’t a few shops so you can buy food. The house is very old and it’s got a big garden with grass and flowers. There are is a farm next to the house and cows come sometimes into their garden! Inside the house there is are three bedrooms. There aren’t isn’t a shower in the bathroom, but that’s OK. In my favourite room there is a white carpet and there are pictures of the village in on the walls. On In the living room there are is a big fire and the cat usually sits in behind front of it! Is there a dog, too? No, there aren’t isn’t. The cat is happy!

Vocabulary and listening p23

1

1 rubbish 2 washing

3 dishes

4 lay

5 tidy

6 cook

7 shopping

8 ironing

9 make

2

Sara

Paula

Jim

Kim

tidy up

do the

washing

do the

ironing

take the

rubbish out

wash the

dishes

lay the

table

do the

shopping

cook

make my

bed

3

1 Kim

2 Paula

3 Sara 4 Kim

5 Jim

4

2Paula usually does the washing.

3Jim sometimes takes the rubbish out.

4Kim always does the shopping.

5Sara sometimes does the ironing.

6Kim never makes the bed.

VOCABULARY EXTENSION p23

5

1

load/empty 2 feed 3 clean 4 walk

5

dust 6 water

Grammar in context p24

1

a am/’m b aren’t c isn’t d are/’re e aren’t

2

1 are watching 2 is swimming 3 isn’t listening 4 are learning 5 is sleeping 6 am not sitting 7 is eating 8 are cooking

3

1Is Tom eating his lunch? Yes, he is.

2Is Simone playing tennis? No, she isn’t.

3Are Mum and Dad washing the dishes? Yes, they are. 4 Is your brother cleaning his room? No, he isn’t. 5 Are those students listening to the teacher? No, they aren’t. 6 Are you doing your homework? Yes, I am. 7 Is he watching TV? No, he isn’t. 8 Is she practising the piano? Yes, she is.

4

1

having

2 coming

3 running

4

dancing

5 using

6 writing

7

studying

8 putting

5

1

always get

2 is cooking

3 Do you go

4

Are you phoning

5 I’m waiting

6

don’t like

GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p24

6

a ’m having

b is

c are sitting d (are)

drinking

e is shining f are staying

g

have

h look

i

have j

visit

k ’m sending

i

are standing

Developing speaking p25

1

a that

b speaking

c Hang d leave

e Can

f Sure

g 07095 234187

h

07095 234181

i

07095 234187

j

07095 234187

2

1 A 2 A 3 A 4 C 5 A 6 A 7 C

8

C

3

1

/i /

2

/ai/

3

/i/

4

/i/

5 /i /

6

/i /

7

/ai/

8

/i/

9

/i /

10 /ai/

11 /i/

12 /ai/

DESCRIBING PICTURES p25

4

1 two 2 two bedrooms, a study and a bathroom 3 dining room, living room, kitchen, hall, toilet and garage 4 Students’ own answer

5

a ground b big

c shower

d On the

e also f course

g kitchen

h next to

6

Students’ own answers

A2

Developing writing p26

1

1

a cottage

2 a terraced house

3

a bungalow

4 a flat 5 a houseboat

6

a detached house

2

aan indoor swimming pool with music

btennis courts c an enormous kitchen

d a garage e a spectacular garden

fa large library with all the books you want

ga private theatre and cinema

3

1

beautiful

2

lovely

3 spectacular

4

colourful

5

ideal

6 enormous

4

Location: in a city, in the country, in the mountains, near a village, near the sea.

Special rooms or features: games room, modern technology, pretty garden, swimming pool.

Household objects or furniture: antique furniture, big TV screens, expensive paintings, water bed

5

Students’ own answers

Revision: Units 1–2

Grammar p27

1

1

There are 2 there aren’t 3 Is there

4

There aren’t 5 Are there

2

1

behind

2 under 3 at 4 on 5 in

6

in 7 on

8 above 9 in 10 on

3

1 are playing 2 is making 3 are watching 4 are doing 5 Is, having

4

1

have 2 don’t speak 3 I’m doing

4

Is Mum cooking 5 we’re studying

Vocabulary p27

1

a kitchen b fridge

c microwave

d washing machine

e garage

2

1 g 2 f 3 i 4 b 5 e 6 h 7 j

8

a 9 c 10 d

3

1

beauty salon 2 bathroom

3

cupboard 4 light 5 museum

6

theatre

Gateway to exams: Units 1–2

Reading p28

1

1 F 2 T 3 NM 4 F 5 T 6 F 7 T 8 T 9 NM 10 NM

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Listening p28

2

1 f 2 a, d 3 h 4 g 5 e

Use of English p29

3

1 C 2 B 3 A 4 B 5 B 6 A 7 B 8 C 9 B

Writing p29

4

Students’ own answers

COMMON MISTAKES p29

5

1My parents doesn’t don’t go to work early.

2My birthday is at on 4th October.

3We’ve got a new baby sister and she crys cries all the time!

4I am coming come from a small village. It is by near Madrid.

5My brother studies is studying on the computer at the moment. Can I give him a message?

6Please write me write to me soon.

7Yes, I am Cathy speaking.

8There aren’t isn’t a clock in the kitchen.

9We are have having dinner now. Can you phone again later?

10In the picture the man stands is standing next next to his young son.

Unit 3

Vocabulary p30

1

1

head

2 back

3 shoulder

4

mouth

5

neck

6 arm

7 wrist 8 hand

9

knee

10 ankle 11 foot

12

toes

2

1

arm 2 back 3 wrist 4 feet

5

fingers

6 knee 7 head 8 ankle

9

neck

10 shoulders 11 mouth

12 toes

3

1 d 2 g 3 b 4 h 5 f 6 a 7 c

8

e

4

1

run

2 drinking

3 ski

4 skating

5

climbing

VOCABULARY EXTENSION p30

5

1

forehead

2 eye

3 eyebrow 4 ear

5

cheek 6 lip

7 teeth

8 chin

Reading p31

1

c

2

1

b

2 c

3 b

4 c

3

1

b

2 c

3 a

4 d

4

1

adventure

2 crawl

3 set off

4

successful

5 survive

6 crevasse

5

1

successful 2 set off

3

survive

4

crawls 5 adventure

6

crevasses

Grammar in context p32

1

a can b can’t c can’t

2

1 ability 2 possibilities

3

1Our PE teacher can climb mountains

2I’m sorry but I can’t hear you.

3We can all ski really well.

4My brother can’t get up early.

5Can you speak Chinese?

4

1 can’t 2 can 3 can’t 4 can 5 can’t

5

2can ski, but he can’t climb mountains.

3can swim, but she can’t dive. 4 can

run, but they can’t skate 5 can ride a horse, but I can’t ride a bike.

6

badly hard slowly

regular adverbs: badly, slowly

7

1

calmly

2 carefully 3 early 4 fast

5

well

6 hard 7 late 8 slowly

8

1

late 2 early

3 carefully 4 slowly

5

calmly 6 fast

7 hard 8 well

GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p32

9

2She talks quietly

3They don’t do the exercise slowly.

4Be quick! You are late.

5Her brother works hard.

6Answer the question carefully.

Vocabulary and listening p33

1

1

golf 2 rugby 3 climbing 4 tennis

5

football

6 basketball 7 ice skating

8

sailing

9 cycling 10 baseball

(gymnastics)

2

1

c 2 a

3

d 4 b

3

1

partner

2

the weather

3 fit

4

ground

5

white 6 five

7 dancing

4

A Speaker 4

B Speaker 1

C Speaker 2

D Speaker 3

VOCABULARY EXTENSION p33

5

add ‘player’: basketball player, rugby player, tennis player, volleyball player

-er/-or: golfer, sailor, skater,

-ist/-ast: gymnast,

Grammar in context p34

1

1

T

2 F 3 F

2

1

has to get up 2 have to be 3 have

to run

4 has to speak 5 have to study

6

has to work

3

1Does Sally have to wear a uniform?

2You have to be fit to play rugby

well. 3 We don’t have to practise a lot at weekends. 4 Do they have to buy expensive shoes for the race? 5 He doesn’t have to practise every day.

4

1You mustn’t dive.

2You mustn’t ride a bike.

3You must be quiet.

4You must keep off the grass.

5You mustn’t play ball games here.

6You must wear trainers.

5

1

don’t have to f 2 mustn’t d

3

mustn’t a

4

don’t have to c

5 mustn’t b

6

don’t have to e

GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p34

6

1I have to take the dog for a walk.

2I have to tidy my room. 3 I have to buy

eggs and bread. 4 I must phone Mum./ I mustn’t forget to phone Mum.

5 I mustn’t sleep late. 6 I mustn’t stay online too long. 7 I don’t have to make dinner. 8 I don’t have to wait for Dad. 9 I don’t have to wash the dishes.

Developing speaking p35

1

Brights Leisure Centre on Saturday mornings from 10–12, Levels: Beginners – Advanced, Cost: £5 per week, £100 per year

2

1 I’d like some information about the judo club, please. 2 Can you tell me when the club meets? 3 How can I help you? 4 How much does it cost? 5 Sorry, can you repeat that? 6 Do I have to bring special clothes? 7 Thanks for your help. 8 Thank you for calling.

3

a How can I help you? b Can you tell me when the club meets? c Sorry, can you repeat that? d How much does it cost?

e Thanks for your help. f Thank you for calling.

4

1

leisure 2 usually 3 television

4

decision

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5

Students’ own answers

6

1a group of young people – teenagers

2in a street 3 street dancing. One boy has his feet in the air. Two boys are watching him. They’re concentrating.

4feeling happy 5 Yes, because it’s fun.

7

Students’ own answers

Developing writing p36

1

Irish dancing workshop

2

1 a We meet every Wednesday at 7.30 pm. b We meet in the Junior School hall from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday.

2 a Contact Dave on … b Call Pat Brown on … 3 Don’t be shy!, Come and play with us!, Bring your table tennis bat, Contact Dave, Bring your dancing shoes, Call Pat

3

Use short questions. Give essential information. Make sure your sentences are clear. Tell people what to do.

4

1When does the cycling club meet?

2Where does the cycling club go?

3What does the cycling club do?

4Who do I contact?

5

Students’ own answers

Revision: Units 1–3

Grammar p37

1

1

can

2 can’t

3 can’t

4 can 5 can’t

2

1

well

2 hard

3 badly

4 fast

5

patiently

3

1We usually sit in the classroom quietly when we’re waiting for the teacher.

2My dad never drives his car dangerously.

3It is sometimes difficult to work hard when I’m tired.

4My sister hardly ever walks slowly because she’s always in a hurry.

5Do you usually type carefully when you’re working on your computer?

4

1

mustn’t 2 have to 3 has to

4

must 5 don’t have to

5

1

can’t 2 can’t

3 mustn’t

4

don’t have to

5 don’t have to

6

a at

b at c At d at e on f on

g on

h In

Vocabulary p37

1

1

fingers 2 head 3 eyes 4 stomach

5

legs

2

1

tennis 2 skating 3 racket 4 basket

5

individual

3

1

throw 2 correct 3 ride 4 kicks

5

swim

Unit 4

Vocabulary p38

1

1

Argentina 2 Brazil

3 Egypt

4

France

5 Slovakia

6 Italy 7 Japan

8

Russia

9 Spain 10 Switzerland

11 Poland

12 Turkey

2

2

Brazilian

3 Egyptian

4 French

5

Slovak

6 Italian 7 Japanese

8

Russian

9 Spanish

10 Swiss

11 Polish

12 Turkish

3

1

guidebook 2 luggage

3 sightseeing

4

tickets 5 travel agency

6 souvenir

VOCABULARY EXTENSION p38

4

1 d 2 a 3 e 4 c 5 f 6 b

Reading p39

1 b

2

1 b 2 a 3 b 4 b 5 a 6 b

3

1 A 2 F 3 A 4 F 5 A 6 F

4

1

tradition

2 answer

3 volunteers

4

tragically

5 balcony

6 site

7

padlock

5

1

answer

2 tradition 3 volunteers

4

balcony

5 site

Grammar in context p40

1

a was

b were

c wasn’t

d weren’t

e Was

f Were

g wasn’t

h were

2

1 was

2 wasn’t 3 were 4 Were,

weren’t

5 Was, was 6 weren’t, were

3

2 Were you in bed at 8 am on Sunday? No, I wasn’t. 3 Was Miss Williams at school at 9 am today? Yes, she was. 4 Were your friends at the swimming pool last Saturday? No, they weren’t. 5 Was Kim at your house yesterday? Yes, she was.

4

1

couldn’t

2

couldn’t 3 buy

4

couldn’t

5

use

5

1

could ride a bike

2 She couldn’t ice

skate.

3 She could ride a horse.

4 She

couldn’t speak French. 5 She could ski.

6

She could use a computer.

GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p40

6

1

were, wasn’t, couldn’t

2 wasn’t,

couldn’t, wasn’t

3 Could, couldn’t, was

4

were, couldn’t, Were

5 were, was,

could, was, couldn’t

Vocabulary and Listening p41

1

1

underground

2 tram

3 bus

4

moped 5 van

6 helicopter

7 taxi

8

car

9 lorry

10 ship 11 coach

12 motorbike

2

1

ship

2 taxi

3 tram

4 underground

5

bus

6 van

3

1

train

2 car

4

1

bus coach taxi

2 c

3 b

5

2

eight o’clock

3 fifteen minutes

4

8.30

5 20 minutes

6 10 7 8.15

VOCABULARY EXTENSION p41

6

1

boot

2

windscreen wipers

3

windscreen

4

steering wheel

5

wheels

6

bonnet

7

number plate

7

1

seat belt 2 bonnet

3

number plate 4 windscreen wipers

5

boot 6 steering wheel 7 wheels

8

windscreen

Grammar in context p42

1

a wanted b hated c carried d travelled

2

1

studied

2 walked 3 stopped

4

arrived

5 tried 6 wanted 7 chatted

8

phoned

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1 i 2 h 3 b 4 e 5 g 6 d 7 a

8

j 9 f 10 c

4

1

went

2

made 3 spoke

4 bought

5

saw

6 had

7 came

5

1

went

2

ate

3 watched

4 did

5

wore

6

played

GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p42

6

Hello from Brighton! We got here yesterday. This morning we couldn’t not have breakfast because we was were too late! Yesterday, we gone went to the beach. We buyed bought Sam an ice cream but he droped dropped it. We all swimmed swam in the sea and I sitted sat in the sun with Sam. He catched caught a fish in his little net and then he putted put it back in the water. It’s really great here.

Developing speaking p43

1

1 i 2 j 3 b 4 l 5 g 6 f 7 k

8

c 9 h

10 d 11 a 12 e

2

1

London

2 my parents

3 coach

4

five days

5 a long time

6 fantastic

7

with my grandparents/in a big house

(by a park) 8 an art gallery and the

theatre

9 some monuments 10 fish

and chips and ice cream 11 some

souvenirs

12 Last Monday

3

/ae/: chat, fantastic, gallery, van

/or/: caught, morning, passport, saw, walk /a:/: art, car, France, last, park, past

DESCRIBING PICTURES p43

4

Students’ own answers

5

a winter

b France

c skiing

d go

e wearing

f sunny

g brown

h climbing

i down

j walk k

tired

l love m exercise

n interesting

6

Students’ own answers

Developing writing p44

1

a How

b ’m sitting

c ’m drinking

d ’m staying e saw

f bought g had

h told

i went j were

2

1Hi

2Bye for now. See you soon.

1 c 2 b 3 a

4

Students’ own answers

Revision: Units 1–4

Grammar p45

1

a weren’t

b were c couldn’t d was

e could

f wasn’t

2

1

chatted

2 did 3 caught 4 saw

5

arrived

6 taught 7 carried 8 loved

9

made

10 swam

3

1

spoke, lived 2 went, watched

3

walked, bought 4 hated, came

4

a had

b hate

c does

d was

e went

f don’t have to

g am sitting

h want

i saw

j liked

Vocabulary p45

1

1

Russia

2 Turkey 3 Ireland

4

Greece

5 Argentina

2

1

guidebook 2 luggage 3 passport

4

souvenir 5 sightseeing

3

1 plane, helicopter

2 boat, ship 3 bus,

coach 4 taxi, car

5 trains, underground,

tram

4

1

leg 2 hall 3 mirror 4 fingers

5

judo

Gateway to exams: Units 3–4

Reading p46

1

1 c 2 c 3 a 4 b 5 b 6 c

Listening p46

2

1 NM 2 F 3 F 4 T 5 NM 6 T 7 NM

Use of English p47

3

1 A 2 A 3 C 4 B 5 C 6 A 7 C 8 A 9 C 10 A 11 B 12 B

Writing p47

4

Students’ own answers

COMMON MISTAKES p47

5

1Do you can Can you speak Italian?

2I always early get up early.

3People have to work hardly hard to get a good job today.

4The students mustn’t don’t have to wear a uniform at our school.

5I usually have to tidying tidy my room at the weekend.

6We didn’t lived live in Paris when I was a child.

7I weren’t wasn’t interested in sport when I were was young.

8Can you say tell me what time the lessons begin?

9Dear my friend Caspar, I hope you are well.

10I couldn’t playing play tennis goodly well when I started.

11We catched caught the train to the airport at 5.30.

12I was go went to the US two years ago.

Unit 5

Vocabulary p48

1

1

factory

2 restaurant 3 hospital

4

office

5 garage 6 studio

2

1

school 2 studio 3 office 4 clinic

5

restaurant

6 factory

7 outdoors

8

(shoe) shop

9 garage

10 hospital

3

teacher

waiter

singer

secretary

doctor

shop assistant

engineer

farmer

nurse

mechanic

4

2 singer – studio

3 doctor – hospital,

clinic 4 engineer – factory, outdoors

5 nurse – hospital, clinic 6 waiter – restaurant 7 secretary – office 8 shop assistant – shop 9 farmer – outdoors 10 mechanic – garage

5

1 b 2 d 3 f 4 a 5 c 6 e

VOCABULARY EXTENSION p48

6

1

in

2 for

3 as 4 for 5 with 6 in

7

at

8 of

9 in

Reading p49

1 a

2

1 NM 2 T 3 F 4 F 5 F 6 T 7 F

8

NM 9 T

10 NM

3

1

c 2 a

4

1

followed

2 script 3 witty

4 charts

5

published

6 comedy 7 hit

8 well-

known

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Grammar in context p50

1

a negative b main verb c infinitive

2

1Roger McGough didn’t stay in Hull.

2He didn’t have another number one song.

3They didn’t eat in the canteen of the TV studio.

4The fans didn’t meet the star outside the cinema.

5Henry didn’t drive his mother’s car to school.

6She didn’t go to the stadium to see her favourite band.

7We didn’t swim in the sea that day.

8My mother didn’t speak to my French friend in French.

3

1

drove, didn’t drive

2 saw, didn’t see

3

taught, didn’t teach

4 left, didn’t leave

5

did, didn’t do 6 went, didn’t go

4

a Did b Did c did d didn’t

5

1 e 2 c 3 f 4 a 5 b 6 d

6

2 Why did he write a sad poem? 3 How much (money) did the movie Frozen make? 4 When did the Arctic Monkeys win a Brit award? 5 Which race did Usain Bolt win? 6 What did your grandfather play on his violin every day?

GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p50

7

A:Did you went go to university?

B:No, I didn’t went go to university, I didn’t study very hard at school, and I didn’t to get good marks.

A:What job did you get?

B:I worked in an office, but I didn’t like it. I hadn’t didn’t have interesting jobs to do. I spent my free time with my friends and we started a band.

A:When started you did you start the band?

B:When I was 18. I did my office job all day, but every evening I did sing sang with the band in clubs and bars. I didn’t not think we could be famous, but one night a record producer spotted us. We signed a contract the next week, and I never didn’t go went back to the office again.

Vocabulary and listening p51

1

1

actor

2 novelist

3 director

4

singer

5 dancer

6 musician

7

writer

8 composer 9 poet

10 painter 11 playwright

2

ballet: musician, composer, director, dancer theatre: musician, composer, director,

dancer, actor, writer, singer, playwright film: musician, composer, director, dancer, actor, writer, singer

opera: musician, composer, director, dancer, actor, writer, singer, playwright literature: poet, novelist, writer, playwright poetry: poet

3

actor, theatre, writer, novelist, poet, film, musicians, playwright, ballet, classical, dancer

4

1 M W 2 M 3 W 4 M 5 M W

6

W

7 M

8 W

VOCABULARY EXTENSION p51

5

1

world

2 rock

3 folk 4 jazz

5

country and western

6 rap 7 house

8

reggae

Grammar in context p52

1

a was

b weren’t

c Were

d wasn’t

e were

2

1

in progress

2 while

3

1

was studying English

2 were working

3

was doing homework

4 was surfing the

Net

5 were watching TV

6 was reading

a book

4

1

was listening, arrived

2 rang,

were talking

3 wasn’t looking, asked

4

wasn’t waiting, arrived

5

1Were you going to school when I saw you this morning? Yes, I was.

2Was Sara doing her homework when we came into the classroom? No, she wasn’t.

3Was Bob talking to the new student when we arrived at school? Yes, he was.

4Were you and Carl walking to the shops when we passed you in the car? No, we weren’t.

5Were you watching a film when I phoned you last night? No, I wasn’t.

6

1While I was waiting at the bus stop for the bus, a car crashed into a wall.

2Sarah rang Harry while he was doing his homework.

3It started to rain while we were walking the dog.

4They were cooking when Tim dropped the book in the saucepan.

GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p52

7

Andy: Hi! Was Were you studying at 8 pm last night? You didn’t to answer your phone.

Dana: Yes, I was surf surfing the Net and I didn’t heard hear it. Sorry! What you wanted did you want to talk about?

Andy: I wanted to ask you about our maths homework. I couldn’t understanding it!

Dana: I can to help you now. I was did it on Monday. It was easily easy.

Andy: That’s OK. My brother was helped me so I finished it.

Developing speaking p53

1

Really? Wow! Cool! That’s amazing! Oh no! Poor you.

2

a weekend

b incredible

c perfect

d Really

e Wow

f Cool

g what

h amazing

i

no

j you

3

1Then what happened?

2Really?

3That’s amazing!

4Oh, no!

5That’s incredible!

6What a shame!

7I see.

8Poor you!

DESCRIBING PICTURES p53

4

Students’ own answers

5

1It’s at an outdoor theatre (by the sea).

2There’s a play on stage. It’s an old play.

3The actors and the audience.

4The actors are happy and the audience is enjoying the play and perhaps feeling cold.

5Yes, because I like theatre. It’s interesting to see plays outdoors. It’s romantic.

6

Students’ own answers

Developing writing p54

1

a Last b one

c later

d First

e after

f

following

g

next

h

then i

When

j

suddenly

k

when

i

In the end

2 b

3

1 When 2 ago 3 First, after 4 the end

4

Students’ own answers

5

Students’ own answers

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Grammar p55

1

1 didn’t go, wasn’t 2 didn’t cook, weren’t 3 didn’t enjoy, wasn’t 4 didn’t win, wasn’t 5 didn’t come, didn’t phone

2

1Did Victor run to the shops? Yes, he did.

2Did Daisy go on holiday to Italy? No, she didn’t. 3 Did he play the piano well? Yes, he did. 4 Did they make sandwiches for lunch? Yes, they did.

3

1

were watching

2 wasn’t studying

3

were standing

4 was looking 5 was

working 6 was watching

4

1

did the teacher give, wasn’t listening,

was sleeping 2 Did you enjoy, didn’t see, was helping 3 were you waiting for, saw, wasn’t waiting, was having 4 didn’t you wear, took, didn’t like

Vocabulary p55

1

1

an actor 2 a mechanic, garage

3

a hospital, a clinic 4 a waiter, waitress

5

a journalist

2

1

composer 2 playwright 3 hairdresser

4

cook 5 director

3

1

dentist, teeth 2 builders, centre

3

footballers, stadium 4 singer, opera

5

novelist, library

Unit 6

Vocabulary p56

1

1

tomatoes 2 apples 3 bananas

4

grapes 5 strawberries

2

1

chips 2 pizza 3 chicken 4 rice

5

cheese

3

Across:

2 fish

4 lemonade

6 burger

7

meat

10 sugar

12 salt

Down:

1 cake

3 ice cream

5 tea

6

butter

8 biscuit

9 egg 11 bread

VOCABULARY EXTENSION p56

4

1 c 2 e 3 b 4 f 5 d 6 a

1

pour the cream

2 peel the carrot

3

roast the lamb

4 stir the sauce

5

fry the garlic

6 boil the peas

Reading p57

1

1 c 2 b 3 a

2

1 F 2 T 3 F 4 F 5 T 6 T 7 F 8 T

3

Students’ own answers

4

1

bowl 2 whisk 3 baking tray

4

wire rack 5 muffin cases

6

plastic container

Grammar in context p58

1

a countable b plural

c count

d uncountable

2

food

drink

countable

uncountable

banana

bread

butter

co ee

chip

egg

fish

ice cream

lemonade

meat

milk

milkshake

orange juice

rice

salad

salt

strawberry

sugar

tea

tomato

water

3

1 F

2 T 3 F

4 T

4

1 a

2 some

3 any

4 an

5 some

6 any

5

1Are there any biscuits in the cupboard?

2He hasn’t got any orange juice.

3We’ve got some tomatoes in our salad.

4There’s an egg in the bowl on the table.

5There are some big apples on the tree.

6Have you got any mineral water?

7Is there any milk in the fridge?

8Do you want any coffee?

GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p58

6

Ben: Let’s have lunch.

Amy: OK. Have you got any hot food?

Ben: I can make you a burger. Do you like burgers?

Amy: I do, yes. Have you got any chips?

Ben: No, sorry, we haven’t got any chips left.

Amy: OK then, I’d like a burger.

Ben: Sure. I’ve got some tomatoes – would you like them with it?

Amy: No, thanks. I don’t like tomatoes. Ben: OK. And would you like a drink?

Amy: Can I have some orange juice, please?

Ben: Of course, here you are. Amy: Thank you.

Vocabulary and listening p59

1

1c

u

p

2b

o

t

t

l

e

3c

a

n

4p

a

c

k

e

t

5g

l

a

s

s

6 s

l

i

c

e

7 c

a

r

t

o

n

s

word = contain

2

1 c 2 b

3

They don’t have to buy: 1, 3, 8, 11

They have to buy: 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12

VOCABULARY EXTENSION p59

4

1

piece

2 plate 3 mug 4 bag

5

bar

6 loaf

5

1

bag

2 slice/piece 3 mug/cup

4

bars

5 slices 6 packet/bag

7

bars/pieces 8 slices

Grammar in context p60

1

1

b 2 c 3 a

2

1

a lot of

2 both

3 many

4 both

5

much

6 much

3

1

much/a lot of

2 many/a lot of

3

many/a lot of

4 a lot of 5 a lot of

6

much/a lot of

4

True

5

1

drink

2 should

3 should

4 should

5

wear

6 shouldn’t

6

1You should put rubbish in the bin.

2You should eat an apple a day.

3You shouldn’t talk in the library.

4You shouldn’t use your mobile phone here.

5You shouldn’t drink more than one fizzy drink a day.

6You should eat breakfast every day.

GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p60

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