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LISTENING
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1) Alan has been living in London for 13 years. ___
2) The Underground is not so expensive that the subway in New York. ___
3) Alan likes British taxi drivers more than American ones. ___
4) Americans are not so reserved as British people. ___
5) The British are very cheerful and never complain about anything. ___
6) Alan doesn't like food in Britain. ___
7) Alan enjoys living in Britain. ___
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(A-E) (8-10). . .
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8) Speaker 1 (Ellen)
A notes for the exam
9) Speaker 2 (Josh)
B to put on the shoes
10) Speaker 3 (Fiona)
C finishing university
D the briefcase
E to take the right train
GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY
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Example:
Ive known (know) Nathan since I was child.
11) Take a map with you in case you ________ (get) lost.
12) Where have you been? I ________ (wait) for you for ages!
13) Its very noisy here at the moment because the flat next door ________ (redecorate).
14) She would have been happier if she ________ (not get married) so young.
15) My little brother has promised ________ (not talk) in class.
16) I arrived at the cinema half an hour late and the film ________ (start).
17) By the end of the year we ________ (save) enough to buy a house.
18) This time tomorrow I ________ (sit) on the plane to Hawaii.
19) When it started raining we ________ (play) for about half an hour.
20) Ouch! I ________ (cut) my finger have we got any plasters in the house?
21) I wish I _______ (not tell) the truth when my friend asked me if I liked her boyfriend.
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Example:
- I loved the film. - So did I.
22) It sounds as ________ the people next door are having a party.
23) Were ________ the living room painted at the moment.
24) I dont speak German, but my husband ________.
25) Theres ________ milk. Weve finished it all.
26) Sam went to France for his holiday last year, ________ he?
27) The man with ________ I used to share an office has just set up his own company.
28) Neither Ben ________ Liz can come to my party.
29) ________ earlier we leave tomorrow morning, the less traffic there will be.
30) It was ________ a windy day that we decided not to go to the beach.
31) I dont feel well. Id ________ go to the doctors.
32) _________ you tell me where the nearest bank is?
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Example:
A. this cake?
A. Who made B. Who did make C. Who make
33) Do you know what time ________?
A. the film ends
B. ends the film
C. does end the film
34) I watch British and American TV programmes ________ forget my English.
A. to not
B. not to
C. so as not to
35) ________ the fact that the exam was difficult, everybody passed.
A. Although
B. In spite
C. Despite
36) Her father is in ________ hospital. Hes having an operation tomorrow.
A. the
B. a
C.
37) ________ are famous for their cooking.
A. French
B. The French
C. The French people
38) The climbers have reached the summit of ________ Mount Everest.
A.
B. a
C. the
39) I love ________ in their house.
A. some furnitures
B. the furnitures
C. the furniture
40) On the weather forecast they said that its ________ to snow tomorrow.
A. likely
B. probable
C. probably
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Example:
I mispronounced the word so nobody understood me. (pronounce)
41) There is still too much _________ in the third world. (poor)
42) He behaves like a child. Hes very ________. (mature)
43) He loved his birthday presents, ________ the new laptop. (special)
44) His first novel was very ________. Im sure itll be a success. (impress)
45) Isaac Newton was a very famous ________. (science)
46) Chicago is a large ________ city in the USA. (industry)
47) The hotel was great but ________ the weather was terrible. (fortunate)
48) I felt very ________ when I couldnt remember her name. (embarrass)
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Example:
Theres no / not enough time to get the project finished today.
49) You wouldnt / wont get the job if you dont apply for it!
50) You mustnt / shouldnt ride without your helmet. It is illegal.
51) Please talk more quieter / quietly. You might wake up the baby.
52) Shes the woman whos / whose brother won the national lottery.
53) I think banning / ban cars from the city centre is a good idea.
54) The boss said / told me not to tell anyone about the promotion.
55) Very few / little people turned up at the meeting last week.
56) Ill see you the next / next Friday.
57) There arent any / no big parks in this town.
58) Im so tired. I wont be able to drive unless / if I have a break and some coffee.
59) I usually / used to watch TV in the evenings, but now I go to the sports centre.
60) Will / Shall you tell me if you hear any news?
61) If you went to visit her, shell / shed be so happy.
62) I must / might work harder if I want to get a better job.
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Example:
What are you going to do next weekend?
63) Let me pay ________ the cake you bought the coffees!
64) Im so tired. I am really looking forward ________ my holiday next week.
65) Shes been ________ charge of the accounts department for two years.
66) I could understand the film because it was dubbed ________ German.
67) Im thinking ________ applying for a job with Microsoft.
68) Excuse me, may I try these trousers ________?
69) I live ________ the third floor.
70) I spent 1,600 ________ a holiday in Japan.
READING
(71-80)
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Chongqing is one of these great new cities. Its a huge, sprawling metropolis of half-built
skyscrapers and towering cranes wrapped in grey clouds of wintry mist and man-made pollution,
and its mighty yet monotonously uniform buildings stretch far into the distance. Its population
already exceeds 30 million, and with 40,000 people making their way to the city from the
countryside every month, this population growth shows no sign of slowing down.
This marked shift from rural to urban living has worried many of Chinas national decision
makers, but not its urban planners. Rather than feeling overwhelmed by the idea of population
movement on a scale not experienced up to now, these architects and designers are rising to the
challenge and attempting to meet the needs of their new citizens. In the next two decades, China
plans to create 20 new cities, designed to meet the needs of an estimated 12 million people whom
the government expect to move from the countryside.
China is concerned about its international image as a nation whose economic and industrial
emergence is at the expense of its own and the worlds environment. To address this, it has
ambitious plans to build eco-cities, which, it hopes, may provide a model for the developing
world. One such project is on Chongming, an island near Shanghai. Homes in this new city will
be built using modern materials and will be designed to be energy- and waste-efficient.
These new eco-cities have many critics, however. They argue that the real aim of city
authorities is not to use modern technology in order to create an eco-friendly city, but to build
housing with the latest gadgets to appeal to a growing prosperous class of people who wish to live
in attractive surroundings while feeling they are helping the environment. The true aim is to
attract more wealth.
71) One reason why new cities are being built is that China is going through a period of economic
growth. ________
72) According to the text, Chinas most densely-populated cities are on its southern coast.
________
73) Chongqing is not near the coast. ________
74) They havent finished building the city of Chongqing. ________
75) The population of Chongqing is growing faster than builders can build homes for them.
________
76) Those responsible for city planning and design in China are concerned about the number of
people moving to live in cities. ________
77) In 20 years, there wont be enough living space in cities for the 12 million new people who
want to live there. ________
78) According to the text, economic growth is a more important issue than the environment in
China. ________
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79) Chongming will be designed to be environmentally-friendly. ________


80) Eco-city critics say that the rich people who will move to the new eco-cities will help make the
environment better. ________
WRITING
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IneedsomemoneytogoonholidaywithmyfriendsattheendofAugust.DoyouthinkIshould
findajob?Haveyouoranyofyourfriendsdonesummerjobs?I'mthinkingofworkingasawaiter
forafewweeks.Doyouthinkit'sagoodidea?WhatotherjobsdoyouthinkIcoulddo?Andwhat
doyouthinktheproblemsmightbe?
Bytheway,myScienceprojectwonthefirstprizelastweek.
Writesoon,
Love,
Tom

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which city it is and where exactly it is
what you can see and do there
what the people who live there are like
what the weather was like
what was special about the place when you were there and how it made you feel

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