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Grammar Revision 6 1. have tasted


2. saw
(page 2)
3. have received
1 1. are having 6. didnt get 4. havent finished
2. woke up 7. felt 5. bought
3. was rushing 8. found out 6. left
4. fell 9. am trying
5. was getting on 10. Do want 7 1. began 5. asked
2. had done 6. contained
2 1. Are taking 6. says
3. has painted 7. had built
2. is going 7. bought
4. has received 8. had taught
3. wears 8. looked
4. didnt know 9. did do 8 1. is going to end 5. wont win
5. doesnt want 10. was dancing 2. will help 6. arent going to go
3 1. was 6. do 3. is going to break 7. will attract
2. went 7. is 4. Is going to study
3. were 8. think / believe
(page 4)
4. are 9. did
5. Does 10. were 9 1. She wont forget to return your book.
2. That big box is going to fall.
4 1. These notebooks dont belong to me. 3. I will cook dinner this evening.
2. How much does a ticket cost? 4. A magazine is going to publish them next month.
3. We can talk to Marian while we are having lunch. 5. Im not going to go camping with you.
4. What are you doing tonight? 6. It will be a great success.
5. When did you see the doctor?
10 1. Will have discovered
6. We didnt go out because of the bad weather.
2. will be waiting
7. Trevor broke his leg while he was hiking.
3. wont have completed
8. While we were having our dance party, the
4. will have finished
neighbours called the police.
5. will be having
(page 3) 6. Will be riding
5 1. The film has just started. 11 1. Ill be staying at the Hotel Vernet
2. How long has she worked here? 2. we wont be sitting next to each other
3. Robert did his homework after he had played 3. will you have finished football practice by then
a computer game. / After Robert had played a 4. I will be attending meetings all morning
computer game, he did his homework.
5. Jonis band wont have played by then
4. I havent eaten meat since I was 17.
5. I had never seen / I hadnt seen a Shakespeare play 12 1. will rain 5. are going to spill
before last night. 2. will have moved 6. will be studying
6. The teacher was angry because I had forgotten my 3. will take care 7. Is going to teach
homework. 4. Will have finished 8. will be cleaning
7. They have been here since 1.00.
8. They didnt leave until they had finished the job.

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(page 5) (page 7)
13 1. while 6. yesterday 5 1. countless, fascinating, happiness
2. by noon 7. next year 2. humorous, punctuation
3. at the moment 8. ever 3. announcement, activity
4. rarely 9. at this time next year 4. upsetting, championship, leadership
5. this evening 10. before 5. annoyance, sensitive
6. indifference, pollution
14 1. This tastes strange.
2. Jeff has never played the guitar.
6 1. massive 7. statement
2. sensible 8. equality
3. I listened to the radio as I was driving home. /
As I was driving home, I listened to the radio. 3. mysterious 9. comical
4. She had never run a marathon before last year. / 4. valuable 10. doubtful
Before last year, she had never run a marathon. 5. suitable 11. loneliness
5. I hope you will have walked the dog by the time I get 6. truthful 12. dedicated
home. / By the time I get home, I hope you will have
walked the dog. 7 1. provides 5. worthwhile
6. I am going to study in London next year. 2. signs 6. advertises
3. clothes shops 7. include
15 1. fly 4. slang
2. didnt expect / hadnt expected
3. didnt work out
8 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
4. had managed SKILLS PRACTICE 1 (page 8)
5. was preparing
6. had published
1 m
1
d
2

7. was progressing o r n
4
8. is sleeping / going to sleep r e p e t i t i v e
9. was losing / had lost i l c
5

10. have ... found i v l e


11. will ... know n a s
6
c o m m u n i c a t e s
Unit 1 o o i a
n v n r
VOCABULARY (page 6) v
7
u a g y
1 Possible answers: e
8
s t
9
1. formal 5. satisfied r t e d i o u s d
2. angry 6. understand s f v u
10
3. Italy 7. childhood e u e n j o y a b l e
4. languages l l

2 1. talk me out of 4. talk it over 2 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
2. talking back 5. talk her into
3 1. What do you think of
3. talked down to her 2. That sounds like a good way to
3 1. provide, signs 3. Id hate that
2. notice, advertise 4. it would be great
3. graduated, degree, good-natured 5. but Ill have to think about it a bit more
6. I really dont know
4 1. c 2. d 3. a 4. b

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grammar (page 9) 7 1. La contaminacin ha producido enormes daos a


muchas especies.
1 1. has been snowing
2. El lenguaje corporal de Sue mostr / mostraba que no
2. had been driving haba dado una respuesta sincera.
3. Have been studying 3. Sam y Ruth llevan dos horas hablando por telfono.
4. hadnt been standing 4. En cuatro aos me habr graduado en la universidad.
5. had been practising 5. Bill hablaba alemn con fluidez porque llevaba aos
6. hasnt been listening recibiendo clases.

2 1. e 2. d 3. a 4. b 5. c 8 1. Has graduated


2. have been working
3 Possible answers: 3. will have heard
1. We hadnt seen each other since May. 4. hadnt done
2. How long have you been waiting? 5. had been ignoring
3. I had been trying to sell it since March. 6. have been playing
4. They have been renovating it for six months.
5. I have already told you my opinion. skills PRACTICE 2 (page 11)
6. We will have finished painting by then. 1 1. b 2. b 3. a 4. a 5. b 6. a
7. I have apologised to her three times.
8. I had never been there before. 2 1. chatting
2. blame
4 Possible answers: 3. whispering
1. By this time next month, my aunt will have had her 4. had a heart-to-heart talk
baby. 5. gossip
2. Ive known Rachel for five years. 6. yelling
3. How long have you been learning the guitar?
4. Ian has just gone out. 3 1. hard
5. I had to go home because I had spent all my money. 2. short
6. They have been driving for six hours. 3. closer to
7. The doctors had been working for 24 hours before they 4. across from
went home. 5. between Michelle and Anne
8. After we had called everyone, we had a meeting.
4 1. 1. It looks like / You can tell that
(page 10) 2. It looks like / Maybe / You can tell that / I guess /
5 1. have been saying Perhaps / I suppose
2. have been 2. It looks like / You can tell that / I guess / I suppose
3. had been using 3. 1. probably
4. have occurred 2. could be
5. had meant 3. seem to be
6. will have entered 4. 1. could be / seem to be
2. It looks like / Maybe / You can tell that / I guess /
6 1. ByMay,wewillhavecompletedmostofthis Perhaps / I suppose
workbook. 5. it looks like
2. Lets go for a walk. We have been studying for four
hours. writing (page 12)
3. How long had you been reading before you fell asleep? 1 1. As a result, Therefore
4. I have never typed on an old-fashioned typewriter, but 2. For this reason, Consequently
I want to try it one day.
3. Due to, Because of
5. She had tried to talk me out of meeting Tim, but I
didnt listen to her. 4. so
5. As, Since
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2 1. Since Tom is good at maths, he sometimes helps me 2 1. 1. mother tongue


with my homework. / Tom sometimes helps me with 2. slang
my homework since he is good at maths.
2. 1. clothes shop
2. The football team is finally improving as a result of
their frequent practices. / As a result of their frequent 2. advertised
practices, the football team is finally improving. 3. foreign language
3. As I forgot to bring a pen, I borrowed one. / I borrowed 4. fluent
a pen as I forgot to bring one.
4. There is a great demand for tickets. Consequently, the 3 1. a 2. b 3. a 4. a 5. b
band will give two concerts here instead of one.
4 1. had been running
3 1. so 2. hasnt finished
2. due to / as a result of 3. will have returned
3. Consequently 4. hadnt seen
4. Due to / As a result of 5. have been planting
writing Task Accept all logical and grammatically
correct answers.
5 1. have wondered
2. had been working
extra reading (page 13) 3. had learned
4. have been using
1 1. paragraph 3 5. has been trying
2. paragraph 6
6. have been
3. paragraph 1
7. will have changed
4. paragraph 2
5. paragraph 4 6 1. Therefore / Consequently
6. paragraph 5 2. As / Since
3. As / Since
2 1. c 2. b 4. so
5. Therefore / Consequently
3 1. use BSL
2. allow the use of BSL in the classroom LANGUAGE CONSOLIDATION (page 15)
3. hearing children 1 1. B 7. D
4. an official British language 2. A 8. A
3. B 9. B
4 1. interpreters 4. A 10. D
2. prominent
5. D 11. A
3. revealed
6. B 12. C
4. provide
5. notion 2 Possible answers:
check your progress (page 14) 1. sure 7. had
1 1. sign 2. of 8. have
2. convinced 3. as 9. for
3. quarrelled 4. order 10. has
4. talks down to me 5. been 11. on
5. join 6. over 12. pay

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Unit 2 2 1. complained that the judges had been unfair to


him / her
VOCABULARY (page 16) 2. wondered why I hadnt been doing my homework
1 1. c 2. d 3. a 4. b 3. warned me not to spend too much when I went
shopping that day
2 1. profit 5. purchase 4. promised not to / she wouldnt forget to call me the
2. investment 6. make payments next day / the following day / the day after
3. consumers 7. lose business 5. admitted that she had cheated in the exam the week
4. decreased 8. charge before / the previous week
6. insisted he hadnt told him anything
3 1. adverts 5. instead of 7. refused to lend me any more money
2. exposure 6. networks
3 Mr Burns told Ms Turner she should read that new
3. advertising 7. willing research about American teens and advertising. Ms
4. prevent 8. unfair Turner said (that) she would definitely do it later that
day.
4 Possible answers: Later that day:
1. competed 4. Marriage 7. face Ms Turner told Mr Burns she had finally read that new
2. Computer 5. fashion research. He asked if / whether any of the research
3. difficult 6. (the) BBC findings had surprised her. She said that she had been
surprised to learn that fewer than one-fifth of American
(page 17) teens paid attention to adverts they received on their
mobile phones. Mr Burns agreed that it was surprising.
5 A. 1. paying attention
B. 1. keep your eyes on He said he was already working on a new plan to change
2. paying the price 2. keep in mind their advertising strategy.
6 1. keep track of 4. paying her own way (page 20)
2. keep a secret 5. pay a visit
3. keep him company 6. keeps a promise
4 1. had chosen 5. not to forget
2. had wanted 6. would see
7 1. advertising 5. purchase 3. had promoted 7. would open
2. adverts 6. powerful 4. had changed
3. contestants 7. instead of
4. grab
5 1. I suggested that we have a picnic.
2. My father complained that the bank had bad service.
8 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. 3. Lily wondered why I didnt like chocolate.
4. Jason told us / said that he could drive us to the
SKILLS PRACTICE 1 (page 18) concert.
1 Accept all logical answers. 5. Sam asked whether we had enjoyed the film the
previous evening.
2 1. b 2. a 3. a 4. b
6 1. Tim se quej de que haba sido injusto castigarlo.
3 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. 2. Marge se preguntaba por qu tolerbamos el
comportamiento violento de Bob.
grammar (page 19)
3. Mis amigos sugirieron que pagramos lo que
1 1. what time I had got home the previous night / the correspondiera.
night before 4. Le pregunt a Sam cunto dinero le deba al banco.
2. had been working in advertising since 1995 5. (l) Me orden que redujese mis gastos.
3. if / whether she could borrow my red shirt
4. not to touch his computer
7 1. would send 5. hadnt been
2. havent had paying attention
5. that the homework had been difficult that term 6. have been waiting
3. will have changed
6. that she had ever said that about him / her / saying
that about him / her 4. had known

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skills PRACTICE 2 (page 21) extra reading (page 23)


1 1. controversial 4. childish 1 b
2. misleading 5. odd 2 1. c 2. a 3. d
3. eye-catching
3 1. F Window cleaner gives a nice shine to cheese.
2 1. childish 4. stylish 2. T When fizzy drinks lose their bubbles, a few drops
2. appealing 5. powerful of washing-up liquid are added.
3. over the top 3. F Raw burgers look bigger and juicier than cooked
ones do.
3 1. c, e, f 2. a, b, d 4. F a slice of pizza will look very large when
photographed close up on a small plate.
4 1. In my opinion
2. I think that 4 1. appetising
3. Personally 2. mouth-watering
4. I have to admit that / I suppose 3. raw
5. But dont you think 4. slice
6. I have to admit that / I suppose 5. shots
writing (page 22) check your progress (page 24)
1 1. Despite / In spite of 1 1. cut back on
2. while / but 2. income
3. as well as 3. customers
4. Furthermore / In addition 4. marketplace
5. Nevertheless 5. eye-catching
6. stylish
2 1. Despite having a huge advertising campaign, their
product failed to sell. / Despite the huge advertising 2 1. e 2. a 3. f 4. d 5. b 6. g 7. c
campaign they had, their product failed to sell. / Their
product failed to sell despite having a huge advertising
campaign.
3 1. income 4. budget
2. expense 5. catchy phrase
2. The film was quite boring. In addition, it was too
long. / In addition to being quite boring, the film was 3. trends
too long.
3. The climb was extremely difficult. Nevertheless, we 4 1. (that) we join them that night
managed to reach the top. 2. why I / we hadnt gone out the night before / the
4. Rick is intelligent as well as nice and friendly. previous night
3. (that) he couldnt go with me the next day / the
3 1. although / but / while following day / the day after
2. Furthermore / Moreover 4. to show her my ID
3. despite 5. how long she had been there
4. Furthermore / Moreover 6. (that) she had been reading a lot
5. Besides 7. having / that we have an early dinner
6. although / but / while 8. that the clinic would be closed the next day / the
following day / the day after
writing TASK Accept all logical and grammatically
correct answers. 5 1. complained that those chips tasted awful
2. refused to pay that bill
3. warned us not to be late
4. wanted to know why I had been so tired lately
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6 1. However (page 27)


2. Besides 5 1. show off 3. put on
3. Even though 2. call off 4. take off
4. Furthermore
6 1. fit in 5. comes down on
LANGUAGE CONSOLIDATION (page 25) 2. keep at 6. broken up
1 1. advertising 3. live up to 7. put on, stood out
2. suitable 4. taken off 8. look up to, stood up for
3. countless
4. investment 7 1. make a comeback 5. broke up
5. activity 2. in the spotlight 6. appeal to
6. appealing 3. took off 7. keep at
7. valuable 4. been around 8. for years to come
8. stylish
9. powerful
8 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
10. consumers SKILLS PRACTICE 1 (page 28)

2 1. whether I had ever played 1 Accept all logical and grammatically correct sentences.
2. havent used that advert since 2 Accept all logical and grammatically correct sentences.
3. a heart-to-heart
4. keeps a promise / her promises 3 Accept
 all logical and grammatically correct sentences.
5. talked me into going grammar (page 29)
6. had been working
7. warned us not to try 1 1. was discovered
8. has never worked 2. could only be made
3. were being recorded
Unit 3 4. has sold
5. have been purchased
VOCABULARY (page 26) 6. is said
1 1. F 2. F 3. T 4. T 5. F 6. F 7. T 8. F 7. established
8. are being helped / have been helped
2 Possible answers:
1. g 2. d 3. c 4. d / e 5. b 6. a / c 7. f 2 1. The concert hasnt been advertised yet.
2. Is American Idol shown in Britain?
3 Possible answers: 3. The party is going to be attended by a lot of famous
1. They realised it was better to work together. people.
2. They are so colourful. 4. That suit had been worn by Elvis Presley.
3. Most people are impressed when I tell them. 5. That man was being photographed.
4. It doesnt fit you properly. 6. This video might have been filmed in Tokyo.
5. Theyve been working on it for a long time.
3 1. Is she going to be offered a job?
4 1. disturbing 5. gifted Is a job going to be offered to her?
2. for years to come 6. award 2. The dog should have been given fresh water.
Fresh water should have been given to the dog.
3. overnight 7. outrageous
3. We werent given our exam results today.
4. huge hit 8. loathe
Our exam results werent given to us today.
4. Invitations are being sent to all their friends.
All their friends are being sent invitations.

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4 1. should have / get checked skills practice 2 (page 31)


2. had / got cleaned 1 1. T
3. has / gets done 2. F When a speech is moving, people are interested.
4. are having / getting prepared / are going to have / 3. F We use our hands to clap.
get prepared 4. F Musicians rehearse before a concert.
5. did have / get taken 5. F Theres often an interval in the middle of a play or
concert.
(page 30)
6. F A venue is a location.
5 1. is being planned 6. has been set up 7. T
2. reserve 7. is checked 8. F People boo to show they dont like something.
3. can be made 8. want / wants
4. must be arranged 9. is 2 1. front-row seats 5. atmosphere
5. have / get cleaned 10. has been done 2. sell out 6. cheering
3. lighting 7. reviews
6 1. is said to be very generous 4. onstage 8. went wild
2. is believed to be haunted
3. is known to be expensive 3 1. b 2. a 3. a
4. are having / getting our house painted by two students 4 1. Both pictures show
5. you / they fed the dog 2. another similarity is
7 1. The tickets are being sold online tomorrow. 3. the pictures are quite different
4. One difference is that
2. They are having / getting the wedding organised by a
professional. 5. while in this one
3. I think the party should be held at Annes house. writing (page 32)
4. Their new CD hasnt been released yet.
5. The awards have been given to the winners. 1 1. pretty
2. not at all
8 1. En el pasado, solo los nios ricos podan ser enviados a 3. absolutely
la universidad. 4. terribly
2. Tu comportamiento ofensivo no ser tolerado por 5. very
ningn miembro del personal.
3. A los fans les devolvieron el dinero porque el concierto 2 1. disappointing, not at all, loudly
haba sido cancelado. 2. detailed, carefully, quite
4. Los famosos a menudo son idolatrados por fans que los 3. absolutely, countless, terribly
ven como modelos a imitar.
5. Shelley destaca porque hace que un profesional disee / 3 1. perfect
un profesional disea sus trajes / disfraces. 2. terribly
9 1. were 3. enthusiastically
2. havent had 4. extremely
3. will have completed 5. impossible
4. is being played 6. disappointing
5. will be offered writing task Accept all logical and grammatically
6. are having / getting painted correct answers.
7. had heard Extra reading (page 33)
1 1. mistrust
2. snapshots
3. tabloids

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2 1. b 2. a 3. c 6 1. His guitar solos were absolutely brilliant. Hes so


talented! Im a bit jealous.
3 1. began to be featured in newspapers and magazines 2. Its terribly difficult to make such an important
2. they can sell them for a good price decision quickly.
3. tabloid journalism and paparazzi wont disappear 3. That beautiful woman over there looks quite familiar.
Isnt she a famous singer?
4 1. captured LANGUAGE CONSOLIDATION (page 35)
2. unaware(s)
3. thriving 1 1. reality 6. gifted
4. hacking 2. outrageous 7. massive
5. doubtful 3. wealthy 8. powerful
4. annoyance 9. appealing
check your progress (page 34) 5. unfair 10. creativity
1 Possible answers: 2 Possible answers:
1. concert
1. have 7. track
2. admire
2. In 8. keep
3. before
3. has 9. because
4. over
4. paid 10. was
5. outrageous
5. had 11. would
6. embarrassed
6. really 12. kept
2 1. costumes
2. appeal to Unit 4
3. stunning VOCABULARY (page 36)
4. interval
5. be around
1 1. Waste, landfill
2. wildlife, drought
6. cheered
3. exhaust fumes, smog
3 1. made it 5. spread rumours 4. solar power, renewable energy
2. in the spotlight 6. for years to come
3. awards 7. stood up for
2 1. water shortage
2. source
4. huge hits 8. outrageous
3. litter
4 1. is read 4. Global warming
2. have / get washed 5. greenhouse effect
3. will be given 6. carbon footprint
4. havent received
5. was being made
3 1. c 2. e 3. b 4. a 5. d
6. has / have just announced 4 1. offence 4. treasure
7. should have been returned 2. auction 5. pass laws
8. is being done 3. wilderness
5 1. will be driven to the concert by my parents 5 1. often 4. knock at the door
2. of our questions were answered (by him) 2. hadnt 5. Im so glad
3. already been booked (by them) 3. slow down 6. be very different
4. has / gets her make-up done by a professional
5. the lighting effects already being designed (by him)

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(page 37) 2 1. Ill lock the door when I leave.


6 1. misbehave 5. underpaid 2. If she werent underpaid, it would be a perfect job.
2. overpopulated 6. unspoilt 3. I wouldnt have served that last night if I had known.
3. interchangeable 7. disapprove 4. Unless you get enough sleep, youll be tired.
4. readjust 5. Ill let you know as soon as I decide.

7 1. underdeveloped 5. illiterate 3 1. d 2. e 3. c 4. a 5. b
2. underestimated 6. incomprehensible
3. unbelievable 7. disrespectful 4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
4. irreplaceable 5 1. If only I remembered where I put it.
8 1. environmentalist 5. wilderness 2. I wish I had my own room.
2. outspoken 6. disrupted 3. I wish I hadnt eaten so much cake.
3. solar-powered 7. convicted 4. If only I were more outgoing.
4. wildlife 5. I wish it would stop raining.
6. I wish they liked my friends.
9 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. 7. If only I had straight hair.
8. I wish someone had reminded me.
skills PRACTICE 1 (page 38)
1 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. (page 40)
6 1. hadnt taken 6. have
2 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. 2. might have ended up 7. will discuss
3 1. make a difference 3. were 8. would be
2. Im convinced that / I honestly believe that / Im sure 4. will happen 9. held
that 5. had thought 10. get
3. sets a good example
4. Im convinced that / I honestly believe that / Im sure
7 1. If people knew the facts, they would be more worried
about global warming.
that
2. We wont finish our project on time unless we work
5. invest time in tonight.
6. make a contribution 3. If Laura hadnt lent me the book, I would have
7. achieve my own goals bought my own copy.
8. Im convinced that / I honestly believe that / Im sure 4. When we get to London, well call you.
that 5. I didnt expect it to be sunny. I wish I had brought my
9. worthwhile activity sunglasses with me.
10. inspires other people to
8 1. No habra tanto trfico si la ciudad no estuviera
Grammar (page 39) superpoblada.
1 1. had, would be 2. Algunos pases se enfrentarn a problemas sociales
2. wont get, leave serios a menos que la gente tenga / si la gente no tiene
ms libertad.
3. had known, might have attended
3. Ojal / Si al menos no hubiera tanta niebla txica hoy.
4. were, wouldnt throw
4. (l) Habra ido a prisin si hubiera sido condenado
5. explains, will talk por el robo.
6. go, will research 5. El ayuntamiento / El municipio / La municipalidad
7. would have enjoyed, had come reconstruir las casas en cuanto reciba un
8. go out, take presupuesto.

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9 1. had cheated 5. taken 4 1. T Hearst Tower was built mainly with


2. would be 6. has been protected recycled steel. The Bank of America Tower was
constructed with concrete that contained waste from
3. is being given 7. had been sitting
metal production.
4. will have become 8. werent
2. F The next day, the melting ice is used to produce
skills PRACTICE 2 (page 41) cool air ...
1 1. mustnt 5. we didnt have much to drink 3. F Nearly every green skyscraper collects rainwater
for use in cooling and heating systems, in bathrooms,
2. didnt want 6. fires to water plants and for decorative fountains.
3. nothing 7. rubbish
4. buy a new one 5 1. requires 4. annually
2. completed 5. currently
2 1. exploit 5. dispose of 3. generate
2. damage 6. threaten
3. supply 7. pollute check your progress (page 44)
4. cut down 1 1. Renewable energy, Solar power
2. smog, exhaust fumes
3 1. What is it? 3. disposed of, destroyed
2. What does it look like?
3. What is it made of? 2 1. replace 4. outspoken
4. How does it help the environment? 2. litter 5. leaked
5. What else can you tell me about it? 3. water shortage 6. auction
6. What are the disadvantages?
7. Is it being used yet? 3 1. court 5. unexpected
2. wilderness 6. unspoilt
writing (page 42) 3. illegal 7. cut down
1 1. Although 4. approve 8. dump
2. Unfortunately,
4 1. c 2. e 3. a 4. b 5. d
3. during
4. Obviously, 5 1. could drive, are
5. Consequently 2. hadnt had, takes place
3. would turn on, wont do
2 1 4. had, finish
writing tASK Accept all logical and grammatically
correct answers. 6 1. During
2. Unfortunately
extra reading (page 43) 3. Obviously
1 1. F 2. O
LANGUAGE CONSOLIDATION (page 45)
2 b 1 Possible answers:
1. wildlife 7. told
3 1. solar panels and built-in wind turbines 2. also 8. dump
2. by using rainwater 3. very 9. would
4. thrown 10. exists
5. affected 11. changed
6. rubbish 12. provide

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2 1. to come down on him 8 1. steady job 5. knowledge


2. project can be completed by 2. staff 6. challenge
3. whether I had ever driven 3. in charge of 7. make a living
4. long have you known 4. fired 8. presumes
5. have been waiting for
6. wish more people had come 9 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
7. wouldnt have been wiped out skills PRACTICE 1 (page 48)
8. cut back / down on my driving
1 Possible answers:
Unit 5 1. physically demanding, long hours, high risk of injury,
highly skilled, stressful, challenging, rewarding, well
VOCABULARY (page 46) paid, see the world
2. prestigious, long hours, deal with difficult people,
1 1. odd jobs highly skilled, stressful, challenging, well paid
2. shift 3. glamorous, long hours, deal with difficult people,
3. resign highly skilled, rewarding, creative, well paid, see the
4. self-employed world
5. overtime 4. work shifts, deal with difficult people, stressful
6. rise 5. work shifts, see the world, deal with difficult people

2 1. run a business, b 2 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.


2. freelance, c
3. promote, a
3 1. its easy to find work in
2. the trouble with that
4. odd jobs, e
3. you wouldnt have to
5. get training, d
4. The problem is
3 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. 5. Most people wouldnt want
6. it would be
4 1. see the point 7. One advantage of your job is
2. knowledge 8. Yes, but dont forget that
3. accomplished
grammar (page 49)
4. stuff
5. proposed 1 1. which 3. when 5. that 7. when
6. raised 2. where 4. whose 6. who 8. whose
The relative pronoun can be omitted in sentences 3 and 5.
(page 47) 2 1. who 3. when 5. when 7. where
5 1. worked my way to the top, call the shots 2. which 4. whose 6. which
2. make a living, bread and butter The relative pronoun can be replaced by that in sentences 1,
5 and 6.
6 1. F When you get paid peanuts, you dont earn a lot.
2. T
3. F When you get the sack, you lose a job.
4. F When you hold down a job, you keep it.

7 1. show you the ropes


2. bread and butter
3. pays peanuts
4. call the shots
5. make a living

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3 1. I read her CV, which is impressive. 7 1. No veo el sentido de renunciar a un trabajo que est
2. People who / that are fired are often angry and bien pagado.
depressed afterwards. 2. Mark, que dej el colegio / los estudios, solo hace
3. Thats the new car factory where they make electric trabajos espordicos y gana una miseria.
cars. 3. Somos una empresa cuyos empleados reciben
4. My brothers shift ends at 5.00 am, when the sun is formacin cada seis meses.
just starting to rise. 4. El martes pasado, cuando ascendieron a Glen, (l)
5. They didnt receive the e-mail that / which I sent invit a salir a todo el personal.
yesterday. 5. El padre de Laura fue despedido de la tienda donde
6. My sister, who is 16, wants to be a lawyer. / haba trabajado toda su vida.
My sister, who wants to be a lawyer, is 16.
7. We arent considering candidates whose applications 8 1. havent received
are late. 2. is being devoted / has been devoted
8. Jake, whose salary is higher than mine, can afford his 3. will have heard
own flat. 4. that / which
5. will be offered
4 1. This is the information on which youll be tested. 6. would hire
This is the information (that / which) youll be tested
7. had / got cut
on.
8. who
2. The department of which she was in charge had a large
staff. 9. that / which
The department (that / which) she was in charge of had 10. hadnt come
a large staff. 11. had been
3. The people with whom I had lunch today work at a
high-tech company. skills PRACTICE 2 (page 51)
The people (who / that) I had lunch with today work at 1 1. unapproachable
a high-tech company. 2. pushy
4. The woman about whom he was gossiping was his boss. 3. trustworthy
The woman (who / that) he was gossiping about was 4. down to earth
his boss.
5. conscientious
5. The topics about which she writes are complex.
6. skilled
The topics (that / which) she writes about are complex.
2 1. team player
(page 50) 2. devoted
5 1. who / that 6. whose 3. work well under pressure
2. whom 7. when 4. has got common sense
3. who 8. where 5. experienced
4. that / when 9. which 6. people skills
5. whose 7. chatterbox
8. assertive
6 1. May is the month when we hire people to work during
the summer. 3 1. a 2. b 3. b 4. a
2. The job that you applied for / for which you applied is
no longer available. 4 1. What work experience have you got?
3. Their office, which is quite large, is in Dean Street. 2. when did you finish school?
4. The college where I study offers a lot of engineering 3. What are your plans for the future?
classes. 4. What are the working hours?
5. The man whose house I am painting also wants me to 5. May I ask what the salary would be?
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writing (page 52) 4. Hell be nervous until 5th April, when the exam
results are published.
1 1. in order not to / so as not to 5. Steve Jobs, whose leadership was important to
2. to / in order to Apples success, died in October 2011.
3. so that
The relative pronoun can be omitted in sentence 3.
4. in order not to / so as not to

2 1. convenient 3. I can be reached


5 1. This is the person to whom you sent your application.
This is the person (who / that) you sent your
2. in the near future 4. Yours faithfully,
application to.
3 1. would like 5. consider 2. Ive read the article about which he was talking.
2. position 6. contact Ive read the article (that / which) he was talking
3. quite confident 7. look forward to about.
4. well suited 8. Yours faithfully 3. The man for whom I work is very nice.
The man (who / that) I work for is very nice.
writing tASK Accept all logical and grammatically 4. The report on which shes working is due tomorrow.
correct answers. The report (that / which) shes working on is due
tomorrow.
extra reading (page 53)
1 2 6 1. in response to
2. well suited
2 1. d 2. d 3. b 3. position
4. consider
3 1. employee theft 5. Yours faithfully
2. time at work to do personal things
3. was not allowed on the job LANGUAGE CONSOLIDATION (page 55)
4. he / she is a good employee 1 1. rewarding 6. underestimated
4 1. incompetence 3. combat 2. living 7. valuable / valued
2. merchandise 4. disclose 3. likely 8. doubtful
4. accomplished 9. universally
check your progress (page 54) 5. unsuitable 10. equality
1 1. devoted 4. skilled
2. got the sack 5. down-to-earth 2 Possible answers:
3. promoted 1. been 7. not
2. up 8. see
2 1. d 2. g 3. f 4. a 5. c 6. b 7. e 3. because 9. take
4. to 10. away
3 1. challenge 5. come 11. whose
2. see the point
6. but 12. which
3. chatterbox
4. experienced Unit 6
5. deadline
6. works well under pressure VOCABULARY (page 56)
1 1. one-way 4. junction
4 1. Ive found a job in London, where I want to live. 2. speed limit 5. traffic jams
2. Some teenagers who / that have got problems at
home run away. 3. motorway
3. The project that / which hes in charge of is
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2 1. F In most cars, the boot is in the back. 2 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
2. F You sound your horn when you want people to
notice you. 3 1. a
3. T 2. b
4. F Dead-end roads dont lead anywhere. 3. b
5. T 4. b
6. F Someone who is delayed arrives late. 5. b

3 1. d 2. a 3. c 4. b grammar (page 59)


4 Possible answers: 1 1. cant 5. dont have to
1. Im not sure Ill get a good mark. 2. should 6. couldnt
2. Theyre going to perform in over ten countries. 3. will be able to 7. must
3. Hed like to ask her out. 4. might not 8. shouldnt
4. Its very annoying.
5. It looked so delicious. 2 1. You neednt do all the exercises.
6. Its purpose was to find out how many students want 2. How can you resist the urge to eat chocolate?
to go to university. 3. People ought to have first-aid supplies in their car.
4. He wasnt able to complete the 10 km race.
(page 57) 5. She has to wake up very early tomorrow.
5 Possible answers: 6. You mustnt sound your horn near a hospital.
1. get out of 6. parking space 7. We may move / be moving to Liverpool.
2. repair 7. fast 8. I might not have the information by tomorrow.
3. hit 8. 90 km/h 3 1. should have left
4. behind 9. behind 2. neednt / shouldnt have worried
5. crash into 10. petrol station 3. could have picked up
6 1. pull into 4. run over 4. may have taken
2. pull over 5. speed up 4 1. The interview must have gone well.
3. drops ... off 6. ploughed into 2. I shouldnt have cheated in the exam.
3. You couldnt have done anything to prevent the theft.
7 1. junctions 6. fatal
4. I may / might have left it in my other bag.
2. indicated 7. motorists
3. one-way 8. traffic jams (page 60)
4. slow down 9. lanes 5 1. can get 5. should have tried
5. head-on collisions 2. might have been 6. could ride
3. may be 7. were able to drive
8 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. 4. neednt meet 8. must have been
skills PRACTICE 1 (page 58)
6 Possible answers:
1 Possible answers: 1. should leave early
1. you have an accident 2. had better call him back
2. ploughed into our car 3. shouldnt drive too fast
3. we exchanged information
4. he went through a stop sign 7 1. I could have got my licence last year, but I didnt.
5. we were late 2. May I use your phone?
6. were taken to hospital 3. You must not / mustnt do that. Its not permitted.
7. in the middle of the road 4. I shouldnt have called you so late.
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8 1. No puedo contener las ganas de comer chocolate. 3 1. Because they are unsure of what to do.
2. Los policas / agentes de polica tienen que hacer 2. It encourages people to behave considerately.
cumplir las normas / leyes. 3. It can be expensive to create, and it can be dangerous
3. Ms vale / Ser mejor que no conduzcas por encima for blind and disabled people.
del lmite de velocidad.
4. Jim todava no ha llegado. Podra ser que su coche se 4 1. equally 3. sense of community
haya averiado. 2. introduced 4. blind
5. El tren debe de haberse retrasado por / debido a la
tormenta de nieve. check your progress (page 64)
1 1. motorway 6. junction
9 1. I will have taken my driving test 2. motorist 7. pedestrian
2. shouldnt drive when youre sleepy
3. one-way 8. lane
3. wish you could have been there
4. dead end 9. boot
4. we had left earlier, we would have avoided rush hour
5. pavement 10. traffic jam
5. you getting / going to get your tyre repaired
6. wanted to know what the speed limit was there 2 1. tough 4. speeding
2. fatal 5. slowed down
skills practice 2 (page 61) 3. seat belts 6. cautious
1 1. f 2. c 3. b 4. d 5. e 6. a
3 1. should ask
2 1. right of way 5. speeding 2. neednt stop
2. cautious 6. unaware 3. must have got
3. vulnerable 7. reckless 4. Are able to hear
4. pavement 8. Inattentive 5. could have paid
6. might not have finished
3 1. a 2. f 3. e 4. h 5. c 6. d 7. g 8. b
4 1. This might not be Annes phone number.
writing (page 62)
2. Could you hear what they said?
1 1. We left early so that we would arrive on time. 3. I shouldnt have sent her that e-mail.
2. Im writing in response to your advert. 4. He must know about the accident by now.
3. Hes not at all happy these days. 5. You ought to join us.
4. The weather is bad. Consequently, all flights are 6. You neednt have brought a map.
delayed.
5. We need more bike lanes. Furthermore, we need 5 1. in addition to 4. Although
more zebra crossings. 2. extremely 5. in order to
3. because 6. I am well suited
2 1. in order to 4. Furthermore
2. However 5. while LANGUAGE CONSOLIDATION (page 65)
3. As a result 1 1. D 4. B 7. A 10. C
writing Task Accept all logical and grammatically 2. B 5. A 8. C 11. B
correct answers. 3. A 6. D 9. A 12. D

extra reading (page 63) 2 1. are going to team up 5. neednt have dropped me
2. I had been going 6. which are available
1 1. ten years 3. are bound to pass 7. wish I could have
2. Bohmte 4. will have been open 8. me to fill up
3. 2008
4. 43%

2 1. b 2. d 3. c

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