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|) Pgo Peso Be amit FOW LE | PROFICIENCY USE OF ENGLISH Sper oTe cs O} (: Ni FOWLER PROFICIENCY USE OF ENGLISH W. S. FOWLER (NEw EDITIONS) First published by New Editions 1998 Revised by New Editions 2001 New Editions New Baitions 37 Bagley Wood Road PO Box 76101 Kennington 17110 Nea Smyrni Oxford OX1 SLY Athens England Greece Tel: (+30) 210 9883156 Fax: (430) 210 9880223 E-mail: enquiries@new-editions.com Website: www new-editions.com WS. Fowler 2001 {All rights reserved, No part ofthis publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission ofthe publishers. Any person who carries out any unauthorised act in relation to this publication may be liable to criminal prosecution and civil claims for damages. ISBN Student's Book 960-8136-66-0 ISBN Teacher's Book 960-8136-67-9 Acknowledgements, Te publishers would like to thank Visual Hellas for permission to reproduce copyright photographs. [Every effort has been made to trace copyright holders. If any have been inadvertently overlooked, the publishers will be pleased to make the necessary arrangement. Ilustrations by Stavros Georgiou. Ilustration on page 53 by Panagiotis Angeletaks. Introduction TON required by the new form of examination is the first part of a two-part course enabling students to pass the Use of English paper in the Proficiency Ic has been thoroughly revised since it was first published in 1998 in order to take into account the ‘changes in the examination that came into effect for the first time in December 2002. ‘the previous edition, the book is designed to be taught in sequence, unit by unit, but the modifications by the changes in the examination have meant that two of the four sections teaching and revising essential have been replaced and a third has been substantially altered. In the same way, the different way in which for comprehension and summary are now presented and tested in the examination has made it necessary ‘new material in the majority of the units devoted to it. To sum up, more than 60 per cent of the material is completely new, and the new material has been thoroughly pretested with students in appropriate being included here, in the examination effect of the changes made in the Use of English paper in the examination is to shife the emphasis away ire, represented by the sections on structural conversion and on completing sentences by blank fling, ‘0 emphasise lexis to a greater extent. The new sections (2 and 3 in the contents list in this book and in itself) require students to form the correct word in context when given a word from which it may (eg, upbringing from bring) and to indicate the only word that can be used correctly to complete each of ‘To aid students in dealing with these new sections, | have incorporated in this book a revised form jx listing words derived from a common root previously published only in Volume 2 of the course. fin the six test units, which are printed in exactly the same format as in the Proficiency examination, | have oice in the sections of three sentences as a means of developing the correct technique for dealing kind of question. jon and Summary jon and summary is now tested with two shorter texts instead of one longer one, and with fewer than before. The comprehension and summary units have been adapted to the new design, but once again, ‘in the four test units where summary questions are included, | have provided far more questions for Practice than are used in the examination, Js not introduced until almost half way through this book, since the aim here is not to reach examination but to teach the essential techniques required in easy stages. This treatment of summary reflects that of asa whole. ‘of this volume of the course six test units in the book are designed in accordance with the examination and have been thoroughly to ensure accuracy, the book as a whole is primarily intended to develop students’ knowledge of the particularly with regard to common usage in everyday contexts. In this way, and by means of an approach the techniques required to deal with each examination task, they will be prepared by the time they begin part of the course to concentrate fully on material writen at the level of the examination itself, ¢ AC: sy Qevos unneo 33g Personal pronouns and possessive forms ‘lan the, some any Whose, own belong “The Oidert Member of the Family Thi, tha, these, those. nfs fon, sme, ony Wis one nothing nobody ‘Sport speriativ, never, ever Convincing Evidence There they Relative pronouns Semtcolon or comma? Preposisons of piace Warwick Gerunds and infiives Verbs * preposisons Prepositions of time Comparison Sporting Twins PRACTICE TEST | 4s tke SU en a ch Result clauses and t0..for My Friend the Well ‘Common collocations Verbs + prepositions Wot (ee thing cha) Far ding Fev. leo fe, ot, less nt muchimany Eke ‘May, might, can, could be able to (unjobe to, in)eapable of [A’Pappet Show in Greece 60 years 2g0 Reflexive pronouns and reciprocal forms Reflexive verbs and akeratves Verbs of preference Gerund and infniive: preference Gores ete + prepositions Verb * question word * infin Homemade Education Seeing what’ missing Ipveher Sul yet, ready, no longer, ot ony mare ‘Why are quiz shows popular? PRACTICE TEST 2 allocations: on Tas lotest later, next, nearest Hora, scarce, alms ‘ary seldom, rarely Famous Paining Stolen Seeing whacs missing: Time what’ ising: jn and contrast Word formation What sort of word i ising! ‘The Mother of Frankenstein Word formation rime that doesn pay Word formation ‘community locked in the past Word formation ‘The Olympie Games — ancient and modern Word formation Should we Bring bac wolves to Seotand? Word formation Afim actor Word formation Return to a Cambridge college ‘Word formation No more Auney— just Mum and Dad Word formation “Tough on crime but tougher on vis ‘Word formation Teenage worries Gapped sentences ‘Completing sapped Senrenees Completing sxpped Completing gapped ‘Completing xpped Completing xpped ‘Completing sapped ‘Completing sapped ‘Completing apped ‘Completing xpped Completing gapped Describing people PV: break Phrases: beak Tranetormation Thetaw Pv ge Pras ve ‘Transformation Places Pv: set Phrases set ‘Transformation Time PVs come Phrases cme TTranformation Ania PV: get Phrases: get Transformation Theatre and ‘Cinema PV cary Expressions vole, breath “Transformation Education Pv: make Phrases moke ‘Transormation Ratio and TV Pv: do. Phrases: do ‘Transformation Crime Pv: keep Phrases: keep ‘Transformation PV: bring Verbs and noun expressions Traneformation i 4 ' 15 6 t 7 > Dam 9 ' » Bio 21 ' 2 a7 ‘Comprehension and summary Seeing whats mising Lexis Word formation ‘One, andher, de ter, In debe for ie toch other, one another How much are works of PRACTICE TEST 3 Collocations: a ‘Word formation Say, te speak tok Convincing the experts Ateratives to 0) tell ‘xk in reported speech How the bran works Phrases and colocations: for Word formation Verbs, ec + preposisons Mobile phones: plus and minus unless, pronde, providing Staying young and beautiful ‘Comprehension and Summary Colloeations: out of. Word formation Verbs ete > prepositions Where crocodiles walk Sem-calon oF comma? (revision) Fer, during while, meanwhile Swating fee PRACTICE TEST 4 CCollocations: by Word formation Prepostons of place (revision) Citzen Hearst Prepositions of time (revision) ‘The good and bad side of tourer Collocation: in Word formation Verbs, ec * prepositions Brainstorming “The Las Lighthouse Keepers ‘Comprehension and Summary allocations: in Word formation Ether..on ele. .nor Voluntary servic abroad ‘Comparative forms (revision) Seudy Holidays PRACTICE TEST 5 Verb + Prepostion and Word formation Collocation: money Company togos Gerunds and infives (reson) Verb to" gerund The Birth of rifation Verb + preposition (revision) Word formation Whats missing? (revision) "St George for England — Verb + object a: and many other places Reflexive forms and aleeratives (revision) Our debe ea ancient Greek civieation ‘Comprehension and Summary Relate causes: (revision) Word formation Collocavons (revision) The cockney sparrow — Verb * subjunctive fiend or foe? ‘Are health foods avays heathy? PRACTICE TEST 6 dx: | Verbs taking prepositions ic 2 Related words Completing xpped Completing gapped Completing sapped ‘Completing supped Completing sapped Completing gapped ‘Completing sapped ‘Completing xpped Completing gxpped Completing gapped Cost and value Pv take Prrases take Transformation Phrases 2, el! Expressions min, head eee Phrases: go Transformation xpresions: hand, heart Pv put Phrases: put “Transormation Expressions eye, sight Pv see VE think Transformation form, means, woy Expression: form, ‘mean, way Can may might, must and alternatives Phrases with prepositions Pv: tum Transformation Work Pv work ‘Transformation PY: hold Phrases: hold “Transformation Banks PV Fok PV: fll ‘Transformation Expressions: word Pun PV: stand ‘Transformation Heath PV: cal Phrases cal ‘Traneormation 2 6 104 m2 14 128 136 140 48 16 184 168 196 200 205 Personal pronouns and possessive forms Open cloze ees ees POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS. ny your fis er, is your the Read this paragraph twice from beginning to end before you fil any of the gaps. Then write one word from those in the table above in each space. Katerina i (1) leone bestfriend. Thave known (2) sunll@Eannw $iNC€ (3) nome Were at school together. Her family lived next door when my brothers and (4) sendnnee WET little and, as her father worked in the same office 88 (8) o_iME ey HE USE £0 BiVE (6) ne nee Tift to work im (7) nnn ea every day. When Katerina’s family moved to another house, we ere all sorry to See (8) ntftMnnone 80 DECAUSE (9) HY. nn ad been very good neighbours 10,(10) enn vannon « My father was especially upset because (11) wwMEaneunn ad t0 take his ‘own car to work instead of getting a lift in (12) on AMIES an aNd i COS (13) ele fortune in petrol, ‘All the same,’ he said one evening, ‘as I explained t0 (14) ved! QME smu fiend Katerina’s fathe isn't the cost that upsets me, though his car uses less petrol than mine. I miss (15) ee pleasant conversations on the way to work.” Alan, the, some, any B Read these notes and then complete the paragraph, filling the gaps with a/an, the, some or any. We use alan the fist time we mention something, the when we refer to i again. (0) We use alan in expressions of frequency or quantity: thre times a wee, fifty pence a kil (© Weuse the where there is only one ofits kind, asin the sun, the earth and in phrases like the county, the city, the sk, the sea, the environment (8) Weeuse the in superiatves: the best, the oldest. (©) We use the to indicate groups or classes of people: the young, the bind (young people or blind people in genera) (9 We say the cinema, the theatre, the radio, But we do not use the article with television, (2) We use some in the affirmative, ay in mose questions, not any in the negative to talk about a number of people or things. The preposition withour is negative in meaning and ls followed by ‘ny. In the affirmative, any means ‘every’ or ‘it doesn't matter which ‘Always read the whole passage tice and think abou it before answering any questions. The conect anover ‘may depend on what comes oftervards nd {In Exercise A, yo do not know whose father gave the other one a it unilyou have read the She es ina big hse in 1) Mn out near Warmington (2) oe has belonged oer fay for @) on Sng od a (4) el nesting Stee Ales ween she totes evar a nell oo (6) SM fe ends and lations. (1) Th weckond was very enka though had never met (8 ff of them before (9) SQME.. of the peopleshe | | invited came by car but (10) tM majority of them caught (11) nthBn same train | | as I did. There are only four trains (12) a. day to Warmington but (13) any. | cbalede | J You can avoid careless mistakes if yo Took corel athe ver? forms (singular and plural) and see how they relate to what has gone before and comes after. Whose, own and belong Compare these sentences. Whose dog is this? es minelmy sister's Who owns (is the owner of) tis dog? 11do (I am)/My sister does. (My sister is) Who does ths dog belong to? I belongs to melmy sister. Is this dog yours? Yes, its mine No, it's my sister’s/hers. Do you own (Are you the owner of) ths dog? Yes, I do (am)./No, my sister does (is) Does this dog belong to you? Yes, t does. No, it belongs to my sister. Complete the sentences, filing the gaps with one word from those in the tables above in each space. 1 Canyou tell me nO. tortoise this is? 2 Are you the QM... ofthis animal? 3 IS this Ca MES. 887? 4 DO Y0U ve MB this house? 5 Who does that sQop ALONG on 0? © Th pecs i sob the fl a 7 Does tis alligator in the bath beIONg ren 4Baeeee YOU? 8 She'svery rich. All the land round here i cnonlRES Open cloze Word formation this kind of question you need to form the correct word from the key word given. The relationship between words from a common source is shown in Appendix 2 on page 205, But to complete the passage correctly you must Bes: decide what kind of word is missing, What sort of word is missing? A Amber of words ae derived from the verb please (oe Append 2). Inthe sentences below decide whether the missing word is @ noun, an adjective, a present or past participle or an adverb. If is an adjective or adverb, you must also decide whether the word is affirmative or negative Albay read the tet carefully fo understand tts general meaning before you attempt 10 supply any words In this way, you wll indi easier to se ‘ompete the sentences below with the correct form of a wor ‘Complete the senter caer which part of speech is missing, derived from please. 1 She greeted mewith a ...Hl20Sant.. smile 2 Ie gives me great nnP288..n to welcome our next speaker. 3 “You've made a mess of it again, haven't you? she said, with an...ARIGASAM... expression om her face 4) Tam very wo ll69564, ont accept this award on behalf of my wife 5 “Look where you're going stupid!” he said ..uneleasanty Word formation B Read the text below. Use the word given at the end of some of the lines to form a word that fits into the space in che same line. There isan example atthe beginning (0). The Mother of Frankenstein Frankenstein is almost certainly the most famous monster in fiction, but the most (0)... MCRrisiA@..... thing about him is that he was created by Mary Shelley, SURPRISE ‘young woman, not yet 20. Mary was the daughter of the philosopher, William Godwin, and his brave (1) ..unsenventional... wife, Mary Wollstonecraft, CONVENTION sho had writen a famous bOOK if (2) von f6L8M68nnn Of the Fights of women. DEFEND But she died only a few days after Mary's (3) bit and Mary was oR brought up by a stepmother. At 16 she fell in love at first (4) SI ne ith see the poet Shelley. Shelley expressed great (5) ....adiication.... for Godwin’s ideas, ADMIRE and Mary's father welcomed him to the house because he was hoping for a © Joan, Shelley was already married, but he took Mary abroad with exp him, Two years later, by now married after Shelley’s wife had drowned herself, the couple were in Switzerland, staying with Lord Byron. One night Byron suggested that they should tell ghost stories and so Frankenstein was born. But although ths child of Mary's (7) .-.ftaginath... became famous, she was nacine tragically (8)....unfortunate. ith her own children. Only one of them survived FORTUNE (0) wend... and i 1822, only four years after Frankenstein was cmp ‘published Shelley, too, was dead, drowned off the coast of Ttaly. Byron remained ‘a good friend to her but even this (10) ...ftigndstin..... ended when he died of RIEND fever at Missolonghi in 1824 | Ree Study the Appendix and not the use of prefies to aictives such asin, um, dis and mis Prefices are usualy negative but suifces may be afmative or negative, asin hopeful and hopeless. Gapped sentences For this part of the examination, you read questions that each consist of three sentences. There is a gap of one word in each sentence. You need to think of the only word that would be correct in all three. In the examination, you are not given any list of words to choose from but in the exercises in this book, except for the practice tests, you can choose from alist of four Look at the example of this kind of question Example ree that there is a good The detective made his name by solving a dif It’s not worth asking him, and in any T think he’s on holiday. ‘The only word that is correct in all three sentences is D ~ case, ‘Completing gapped sentences A. Puta circle around the letter (A, B,C or D) next to the only word that can be used appropriately in all three sentences. Vi ow down when Iwas on my way tomy sister's j ‘The champion the world record for the high jump yesterday. | ‘She loved him so much that when he left her, it her heart. | need a(n) ‘of rope to tie the boat to this post. 1 did not expect to have to wait this of time for the repairs, He said that he just wanted to say afew words but in the end he spoke at on the subject. ‘The bal rolled down the hill and came to a(n) atthe foot. rd better ring the bell. want to get off at the next T'm not prepared to put up with that sort of behaviour. I'm going to put a(n) twit. Te told him and again that he mustn't do that T hope you enjoy yourself atthe fair. Have a good The trains on this line never arrive on these days, Gapped sentences a eee Iyou say it’s true, I'l take your for it T trusted you, I never expected you to break your His reputation spread by of mouth [WilveacatB pace” C ection” @) stroke He's a remarkable man, He solved the problem at a(n) What a of luck! ‘The sun came out just as we were leaving. She's such an elegant player. That was a beautiful Beskil == ©)work —_—D_ bussiness He started as soon as he left school ‘That's a fine piece of . with excellent craftsmanship. He doesn't like people ringing him when he’s at forget (A stop B) break It’s too far to drive in one day, so we'll ‘our journey at York, 1 know biting my nails looks bad, but ean’ seem to the habit. Like all politicians, he'll any promise that may cost him votes. 1 EE ‘The comect answers to these questions realy depend on wide reading, The best way ram the is against the sentences one by to answer them i 10 test each Wor and se if you remember reading the phrase with that word. You will sual find that each ofthe words nthe list willbe conect in ane ofthe sentences bu notin the others Do not tr to answer he questions by means of oanslation. You will get them right ‘yn recognise the phrase from havin sen cor heard it Key word transformation Expanding vocabulary: Describing people AGE when I wos your age 6 When she met him she found, him, very, attracth 7 They met at school and have always been very close 8 She..is.0n 9 She wasn't very happy when they first moved to the vi with the people there and they didn't give her a very Phrasal verbs: break adverb. Write your answer in the column on the right. 1 My car came toa stp in the middle of the road, s0 Thad to walk the rest ofthe way. 2 The war started without warning, 3 When she realised what he was really like, she ‘erminated their engagement. 4 The burglars entered the house legally and stole everything valuable. 5 She collapsed in tars when she 6 School ends for the holidays just before Christmas. 7 “Lithink the process willbe easier to understand if we separate it into stages. 8 The meeting came to.an end at 10.00, and we all went They said on the news that a dangerous criminal has escaped from prison 10 Twas sorry to hear their marriage has come to amend and she has asked for a divorce. tall for her age 10 Fortunately, things have improved and now she has a wide ...ifsle J the terrible news A. Study the following phrases and make a note of them. Pay special attention to any prepositions used. Then fit each one into an appropriate place in the sentences, inher early tires BIRTHICHLDHOOD at birth (an only child RELATIONS ‘member of the family maiden name named him ofter ‘Complete the sentences below with a suitable word or phrase, You may need to supply one word or a number of words. 1 The baby weighed three kilos. at bith They annem. $8. his grandfather, 2. She's only four but she's growing fast. She's already fl, {0 a 3. John Stanton is a distant cousin of Margaret's. He was the only ..0etne. athe. family. not invited to the wedding. Stanton is Margaret’ .noufgiden,name 4 She's only ..f.her. early, thirties. but she looks much older: 5 Thad very few friends MEN. |. Was. Your. age... My childhood was rather lonely because I was an.only child FRIENDS cicle offends ‘make fiends lifelong fendship be on good terms with easy to get on with friendly reception found him very attractive love at fist sight and fell in love immediately. You could say it was a case of Twas the beginn ‘ecms with, all the other gies in the office. They're very pleasant and illage. She found it difficult 0 uoa.tMaKe.Ltiend Eriendb..cecention B__ Replace the phrases in italic type with the verb break in the correct tense and the appropriate preposition or broke, down laceaks. 1 home. broke, un oF of Key word transformation Phrases with break | Study these phrases with break and complete the sentences with the most appropriate one in each case in the correct form break one’s heart + break one’s journey + break the law + break o promise breok the record + break the silence + breok the speed mit» _ break one's word 1 Stevens... 29K. the. £2604... forthe marathon last night with atime of two hours and two minutes. 2 Teas too far to drive all the way to Scotland in one day, s0 We ..2£2KE. OWE JQUERY... in Yorkshire 3 Don't argue with me, Sir! ‘The car was travelling at 100 miles an hour, so you've . broken. the. speed, limit 4 Noone knew what to say until I....oroke. the. silence... by asking what time it was. 3 He... fis. eras... to marry her, and she was so upset about i that it almost iotoke her. hea 6 What you have done was egal, so you haven't... Coker the. lav... but you ..u.OKE, YOU Mod so leant trust you any more. Transformation D For each of the sentences below, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. Do not change the word given. You must use between three and eight ‘words, including the word given. Here is an example (0). © He was attracted to her from the moment he saw her. love He fell in Jove, with, her at fist... sight (A phrase with loved or loving would not be accepted) 1 suppose she's about 35 but she doesn’t look it, does she? thieties She must be. ner. thirties, bbut she doesn't look it, does she? “The negotiations were broken off when the employers refused to give way, a The negotiations. came. t0.an en when the employers refused to give way. 3. She getson very well with everyone at work terms She's an.dond. trams with everyone at work 4 His action was illegal, and he knew that very well Ls broken He unAMeW,very, well that he had broken. the taw. Inthe examination 60 ‘marks are given for his kind 5 Mrs Brown was a Miss Smith before her marriage. ‘of question so you must be maiden ‘careful include all the She's Mrs Brown now but her maiden, name was Smith. details. In ihe example, you would set one mark for in love with belongs der, and another for at frst Does anyone know whe, this, dog. belongs, to? 6 Does anyone know whose dog this is? 7 None of my relations is as old as my grandfather. member My grandfather is. the.ldest, member of... the... family. 8 You should have kept your promise if you wanted me to trust you in future. broken Ifyou wanted me to trust you in future, you shouldn't have, broken, your promise, Open cloze This, that, these, those, one(s), a/an, some, any A. Read these notes and then complete the dialogue, filing the gaps with this, that, these, those, one(s), a/an, ‘some or any. (@) This (plural these) refers co what is near in ime and place, that (plural those) to what i further away. ‘At this time and these days refer tothe present, now; at that time and in those days refer to the past, then, (©) One (plural ones) is used for countable nouns to avoid repetition, but we seldom use the plural form with these or those. Study these examples: had « lot of presents for my bichdoy. This one (The one on the table) was from john These (The ones on the table) were from my parents. (© Some and any are used wich uncountable nouns in the same way: I went tothe shop to buy some furniture but in the end Idd’ buy any. Mr Stevens: hardly ever buy (1) wonnnom MEWSPAPEE (2) nn AMESE, nun days. ToUught B) er Manne Yesterday But there WASMt (4 nnn MM. cane REWS init worth reading. Mrs Jones: know what you mean. I bought this one (5)... morning and all the news items are about crime, Here's (6) uo QM... about a murder, fr instance, and here's another (nnn MB er 08 the Opposite Page. Mr Stevens: It wasnt like that when I was a boy. In (8) nut... days they had long articles in newspapers and there were (9) very good (10) +100, But [bet that the only useful information in (11). AM..- ME, the (12) nn OME cee YOUVE | got in your hand, is the weather forecast, and even that’s probably wrong! ee Negative forms: no, none, nothing, nobody (no one) B__ Read the notes and then complete the dialogue. Before answering any of the questions, read the whole. passage twice. Decide from the meaning in the context whether the most suitable word is affirmative or ‘negative and fill he blanks with one of the words given above, or with some, any, something, somebody, anything, anybody. wie a ee See (@) These words can begin a sentence or appear in the course off: "Nobody answered when | knocked atthe door. hnocked atthe door but nobody answered (©) They can all be used as alternatives to not + any, anything, anybody (anyone) There lsn’t any (is no) reasan to get upset. (0) Note that no one is ewo words so that if you have to write one word to fila blank, you must write nobody. (@) Note that none is singular, not plural: ‘None of us knows the answer Policeman: Now think carefully and tel me what happened when you returned home yesterday evening Did you have (1) ..--2¥..oneTeason to suppose a burglar had got into your house in your absence? | fm eveen = pees iP alan, | ® Open cloze Mrs White: Not at fist, When T opened the door, I didn't orice (2)...2N¥thing.. wrong. But then | thought I heard a noise in the garden. Iran out to see but there was (3) ...M0b04y. | there. I went back into the house but (4)....0thing... was missing as far as I could see and there Were (5) mur4nm Signs of things being out of place. Policeman: So you had (6) vv! Feason to feel alarmed. Mrs White: I dida’t think so, but Ehad (7) .uS9ME..onu money and documents in a safe in the living-room wall, and when I opened i, it was obvious that (8) ..39Meb04Y.... had broken nto the Rowse. (9) vanmuNQM nou of my private documents had been taken but there was (10) nn MOQNINN, else inside, (11) nn! money at all! Policeman: Have you (12) mM idea who the thief might have been? Mrs White: No. It must have been (13) ..S2Me#04y... who knew where the safe was. But (14) cle OF ny neighbours knows the combination. How about members ofthe family? can’t believe (15) ...2N¥P.... in the family would take the money. But there’s my ex-husband, He still has a key to the front door. Oh dear! All and every [Allis plural, but we do noe say all people, nd ail things is not common in modern English. Al the people, all the things are used bit in general we prefer to say everybodyleveryone and everything. These words are singular. ‘Study the examples and then complete the sentences, filing the gaps with one word. All the people who live here own their own houses. Everyone who lives here owns hislher own house. 1. EYELYONE... who knows him likes him. 2 Allthe people inthe village ..QC8..-- lOOking forward to the game, 3 Everyone Who enenllU$B.non i this St02t wou MMQEKS on in the factory 4 Didyou buy ..everything... asked you to? 5 Trmsure he's guilty. wow Allmone the evidence points to the same conclusion. 6 'msure he's guilty. ..Everything.. points tothe same conclusion, Superlative, never and ever D Compare these sentences and then complete those below, writing the correct word in the gap, ever or never. He's the rudest man Ive ever met. Tve never met such a rude man. BT nnn MEVEF. un Sen such a good film. 2 It's the most dificult job that I've... ®¥8E.... had to do. 3 TV snnnllY8E nun faced such a determined opponent, 4 It’s the most interesting competition 1'Ve ww. 8¥€f me taken part in, 5 It's the most enjoyable holiday PV woo €¥& nn had 6 TV nna MEYE nn listened to @ more interesting speaker Test E Fill each of the numbered blanks in the passage with one suitable word. | SE EEE You need to read and understand the whole texto decide whether a mising word is negative Inthe same way, before filing a gap, uve the cone to decide, for examples it Better or worse, more ales, win or lone?” ne ‘Years ago, when the police gave evidence in trials, nobody doubted their word. Tn (1) moult... days, everyone respected them and assumed they were (2). the truth. (3) .-Ll§fmuuu days, however, their popularity is not very high, especially among (4) sons tBE ns YOUNG, AMM (5) nennrfBEnnsee 8 TeSU the police often lose cases ‘against people they know are guilty because (6) ...u20MG.u oftheir witnesses sounds convincing. At the same time, defence lawyers are m0 (7)... frightened of using tricks to discredit them, A police witness giving evidence in court nowadays expect to be cu (8) er cr YING 19 (9) SUE Situation, recognising that officers hhave had hardly any proper training in legal procedure, the police have employed experts to teach them (10)... tO Behave. AS one teacher std: ‘Remember that defence lawyers aren't interested in justice. (11) om All that matters to them i (12) ...Winning, the ease. They make the police feel they are the people on trial, not the accused. They use ail the tricks they can think (13) of. to upset witnesses. But (14) .....1QNE. of them will work ifyou keep calm and always speak to the judge, (15) sn! susan tO the lawyer. ‘No, honestly, thats the truth Word formation PA Read the text below. Use the word given at the end of some of the lines to form a word that fits into the space J inthe same ine. There is an example at the begining (0). Crime that doesn’t pay Most ofthe films made about crimes such as bank (0) on... REIS. on show clever (1) enn SFiMiNas...u. devising incredibly complicated plans CRIME requiring great (2) .o.n(ftell@6M66.... in order to escape with millions INTELLIGENT | of dollars, This sort of thing is necessary to provide the audience with the 8) oon BAGIREMENE ns that makes such films interesting, ExcrTE Fortunately for the police and for bank managers, however, thieves ‘are not usually so clever. (4) Judging, from a number of accounts JUDGE, published inthe newspapers recently, many of them are ether very stupid or very (5) ae For example, there was the man in the United CARE States who went into a shop wearing a hat with his name (6) nun PRIN rust con it in large letters, and demanded money. In England a robber with several previous (7) ...-.6VIGIQNS..... for convicr fraud left his wallet and passport behind when he robbed a house. He [Sala 5 a Em aT) ‘Youll find the shop i hen EL Thave a ver ‘pinion of his abil She looks tall because she's wearing. heels. | sae ED aia EM Noone must open her ltrs. They wll on her desk while she's on holy. ‘The two lakes to the north of the town. The robbers planned to in wait forthe van from the bank 4 A pot @ame granted offered He evidence against the other members ofthe gang at the tra The minister only an interview to journalists who were friendly to him. 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The lawyer offers his services free of unless he wins the case, He's being held in prison on a of fraud 8 He gave me a useful of advice, but I didn't take any notice 'm so glad that what I sent arrived all in one ‘and nothing was broken, W's very valuable chess made of gold, { eee When you ear the comect answers to thee questions, ‘male a note of any pases tht you have nt seen before For example in question I, note the expression used in the ‘hind sentence ~ the shadow ofa Inthe ‘examination, expression ike this often indicate which word i correct inthe tre sentences, where any other word would be wrong “The terms relating to crime and the law are precise so you need to learn the combinations prepositions together as phrases, Complete the paragraphs by writing the correct word from the lis in the Fight-hand column. Do not use any word more than once. When Harry Brown (1) the art gallery and stole the Rembrandt, worth million pounds, he thought the police would never able to (2) he was responsible @) the burglary. But another member of his gang gave him (4) and soon afterwards Inspector Green, who hhad been (5) in charge of the investigation, accused him (6) the theft, Harry denied (7) the crime but the evidence was (8) him, because an art dealer claimed Harry had tried to sell the Rembrandt to him. So the Inspector (9) Harry and charged him (10) the theft ‘When Harry's ease came up (1) court and hhe was put (2) trial for the robbery, the police @ the art dealer as a witness and Jack, one of his gang, also (4) evidence against him. The police did ‘not have the most important (5) of evidence, the painting itself, but although Harry (6) not guilty the jury did not believe him. He was (7) guilty and (8) to prison. Harry thought Jack was to O} Te-was all his (10) that he had been convicted. against arrested lame called fault found gave piece pleaded sent cof nouns, verbs and i Seedy she correct Replace the phrases in italic type with the verb give in the correct tense and the appropriate preposition or adve ‘Write your answer in the column on the right. Harry denied the crime but one of his gang betrayed him, He refused to retire from the match although he was injured. The explorers had to ration their food because they were afraid itywould be completely used up before they reached the Pole. [zopped smoking cight years ago and have never regretted it Hii fat verivoks the park. i ete set one 2 very funny scl Bie reed al i meee 10 2004 cases wae ‘Although the enemy were stronger, they were determined not to surrender. I 27 3H = a os . se 2 78 a4 . 24 wy Forex secant words, 17 : 3 4 s . 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WEFE... the mineral waters are used to treat people with rheumatism, (3) ..tHfiCh.... is what attracted the Romans in the fist place. The main atraction of Bath today, however, sits architecture, much of (4)... MHC... dates from the 18th century. John Wood the Younger was the architect (5) ..u!M2... ui the Royal Crescent and the Pump Room is also worth visting. Jane Austen, (6)... "NM... ved in Bath fora time ad (7) PR... novel, Persuasion, ist there, refers to itand als to the Assembly Rooms, (8) enn MICH... now house a fine costume museum and was a place (9) a..WHlEU€..n.. people met. Sections of 18*-century streets have been recreated with life-size figures, all of (10). are dressed in the costume of the period. i-colon or comma? eee ‘A semiscolon () ie used to separate two main causes: comma () joins a main cause toa subordinace ‘dase. 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It didn't reach the level of our expectations.* come. $0. with come Study these phrases with come and complete the sentences with the most appropriate one in the correct form: |_come a long way * come to grief + come to @ head + come othe paint + come toa standsil * come to terms with 1 The trouble with committee meetings is that there are people lke George who goon talking for ten minutes at atime without ever ..coming. 9. the. point 2 Since the workers went on strike, all services have ..<2Mme. 10.4, standstl 3 We stared out asa very small company but we've... 40nd. OY...” since them 4 They had high hopes when they opened the shop but unfortunately, because of Jack’s accident, they have all...came 0. are. S The tension between management and workers hasbeen growing for some time and now, with this new argument about pay, it has ...S0Me. 0.4. head % [realise that as I get older, I can't do some ofthe things I used to but one just has to. 62M. 0.868, With i For each of the sentences below, complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first Sentence, using the word given. Do not change the word given. You must use between three and eight "words, including the word given. 1 When the concert finished, the audience rose to applaud the conductor. end When the concert came. 9, 9n. end the audience rose to applavd the conductor. 2 Your request wil be dealt with at a more appropriate time. due Your request will be dealt with in, due. course. 3 The twins have begun wel in the competition, start The twins have made.0.aged, start. in the competition. 4 Wenced to consider everything before reaching a decision. account Before reaching a decision, we need 10 vn Aahe.suerthing, Ito, account He was very upset when she refused to marzy him but by now he has accepted it. T © | tsuioreca terms INA | INventanio Hie was very upset that she id not want to marry him but by now he has....come. £0 terms. with Nye 6 This trouble has been building up for a long time and now it’s reached a critical stage head ‘This trouble has been building up for along time and now i's some. 0.2, head 7 There are plenty of reasons why he wasn't elected. To begin with, he's not even a member ofthe ci (S4ee 54d omaz—r| word place f There are plemyof reasons why he wasnt cected. tn the. fist. wace aimember ofthe club | 8 Las lad to sce him go. His vist was nightmare ll he time he washer. s beginning Twas glad to see him go. His visit was a nightmare irom beginning to. end. [a Practice test 1 | For questions I-15, read the text below and think of the word which best fits each space. Use only one word in ‘each space, There is an example at the beginning (0). Under the Roman republic the calendar was based (0) Moun the moon, and 30 it was about leven days shorter than the modern solar year. In (1) to prevent it from getting too far out of step with the seasons, a committee WaS 2) non 8€brnnn Up to add (3) extra month of about 23 day every two years butas areal of carelessness and.a certain (4)..AMQU..... of bribery and eorruption, the system (5) en DEORE, nn. down. By the year SOC, the dates were (6) far out of touch with the seasons that the spring equinox fll in May (7) ...t#@.... of March, about cight weeks 0 late Consequently, Julius Caesar asked an Alexandrian astronomer, Sosigines, (8) advice. Sosigines realised thatthe only thing t0 (9) enn 2.nan Was to abandon the lunar calendar and replace it with (10) nn based on the sun. In order to correct the error that (11) arisen, 67 days were added to the year 46 BC, and it was decided that in future some of the months would always be a day or two longer. ‘Sosigines did his best to solve the problem but his calendar year was a little too long and by the sixteenth ‘century this had once again become a problem. In 1582 Pope Gregory XIII consulted his astronomers, (12) vv aes advised him to leave out ten days from the year. However, (13) oft religious and political reasons, many European countries refused to accept the change and so for centuries the date varied from one country to another. The Gregorian calendar was finally adopted in Britain in 1752 but in Greece it did not (14) z the place of the Julian calendar (15) Hh ne 1923. For questions 16-25, read the text below. Use the word given in capitals at the end of some of the lines to form a word that fits in the space in the same line. There is an as example at the beginning (0). ‘Among the remedies that have gained widespread (0) ..gceotance... in recent years for cour the treatment of iliness are the extracts of flowers originally developed about 70 years ago by Dr Bach. Bach was convinced that most nervous conditions have an (16) ...¢matiandl EMOTION basis and that the cure for almost all of them can be found in infusions from simple plants and trees. Since the little bottles containing these infusions and now sold commercially are neither (17) ...24di¢8¥e... nr fattening, itis not surprising that in our health-conscious pict age they have become (18) -inreasinaly... popular. Another advantage that Bach's Flowers INCREASE possess is that they are made from natural substances which are completely (19) ...armh Hart in themselves so that, unlike many drugs prescribed for such conditions, they have no side-effects. “They may not cure but they cannot kil So far the medical evidence for th ‘well-known doctors claim to have used them successfully. Of course, no one is suggesting curative properties is inconclusive, though that they can (20)... @21Q6¢,... the drugs prescribed for serious physical disorders. Pace ‘A-chart issued to explain their properties indicates the most suitable plants for treating such problems as (21) ISS... or different kinds of fear. Those who suffer from Loewy fear of the (22) now... , for example, are advised to take aspen, while those KNOW whose fear stems from (23) Donn for others should take red chestnut. anxious My own (24)... limited... experience with the flowers suggests that while they may not user ‘always be effective, there isa logical explanation forthe help they can offer to people suffering {from stress. Just by looking atthe chart and seeing which plant is recommended as the (25) —_s0ltion..... 10a problem, we are making an effort to understand our emotions and SOLE the reasons for the problem that we have, and that is half-way towards finding a cure. about bo far out ‘month Ebribery bout tdvice. replace ould fateenth in 752 1923, telines to Practice test 1 For questions 26-31, think of one word only which can be used appropriately in all three sentences. You must supply the word yourself. 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What made me laugh was the expression on his face. You aren't fistening to what I'm saying. Ber cis not used with an adjective or with words like all, everything etc. The only thing that amused me wos the expression on his face. All (that) you care about is having @ good time. Nou havent token ary notice of anything (that) Ive been saying. plete the paragraph by writing what or that in each space. Actors usually fee! a litle nervous before a performance but the thing (1) ....8MAE..u. frightens them | eesti going blank, This is (2) on .MMAE..... happens when you do not remember (3) .un#A@e you | Fave to say next and even ifthe prompter whispers the next line, you don't remember (8)... | HEomes after it. Everything (5) ...ANE..... you have learnt suddenly goes out of your mind and the only BIg (6) BM nn matters isto try to Fecover before the audience notice (7) nonlin is going Ee Ifyou cannot do this, all (8) okl@ none YOU can dois to say something Hike (9) wn tHMM ao the {er is supposed to say and hope that you don't miss out something (10) uf! i important fan understanding of the play. during refers to the length of a period of time. During and in are used to refer to something that happened Been int period * 5 I booked in atthe hotel forthe night Joke up several times duringlin the night BH _Iewassuch a boring play that I didn’t know ifT could stand it... the whole performance. 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