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a me Virginia Evans Pi ea evn Publishing a CONTENTS @ Di Tense Forms Word Formation Practice test 1 GD The intinitive/-ing form/Participles Practice test 2 Modal verbs Practice test 3 BD Adiectives/adverbs/Comparisons Practice test 4 Revision 1 Gh Clauses/Linking Words Practice test 5 Di Reported speech Practice test 6 Passive Voice/Causative Form Practice test 7 DD Conditionas/Wishes/Unreal Past Practice test 8 Revision 2 GD Nouns/articies Practice test 9 DD Determiners/Pronouns Practice test 10 e 7 38 885 B88 B a 106 110 125 129 140 144 156 160 163 173 7 193 LD auestions/short answers Practice test 11 i inversion/Emphatic Structures Practice test 12 Revision 3 Further Practice Sections Appendix 1 - Present, Past & Future Forms Appendix 2 - Phrasal Verbs Appendix 8 - Verbs, Adjectives, Nouns with Prepositions / Prepositional Phrases / Prepositions of time Appendix 4 - Word Formation Irregular Verbs ‘Suggested Answer section Test 1A /1B Test 2A /2B Test 3A /3B 197 206 210 216 220 223 240 244 250 255 259 260 "1 18 T15, Tense Forms Identify the tenses, then match them with the correct descriptior 1. They are getting married this summer. Present Cont. a fixed arrangements in the near future 2. The robber waves his gun and everyone gets down —b_ personal _experiences/changes that have on the floor. Present Simple happened 3. The sun rises in the east and sets in the west. © actions taking place at or around the moment Present Simple of speaking; temporary situations 4 The course starts on 10th October. Present Simple d actions started at a stated time in the past 5 Clare is looking for a new flat. Prosont Continuous and continuing up to the present 6 We've been sharing a flat for years. Pres. Perf. Cont. € reviews/sports commentaries/dramatic 7 They employ staff from all over the world. narratives Present Simple f permanent situations or states 8 Paula has become more independent since starting g_ permanent truths or laws of nature university. Present Perfect Simple hh emphasis on duration of an action that began 9 The child has been missing since last night. in the past and continues up to the present Present Perfect Continuous I timetables/programmes (future meaning) 1A. ze 39 4i Sec 6h 7 ab 9d Oo Identify the tenses, then match them with the correct description. 1. Bill always stops to buy milk on his way to work. past actions of certain duration having visible Present Simple results/effects in the present 2. The new serial is growing in popularity. Present Cont. b_ changing or developing situations 3. There goes the last bus! Present Simple © recently completed actions 4 Scientists have just discovered a way to prevent — d_ exclamatory sentences memory loss. Present Perfect e frequently repeated actions with ‘always’ 5 Andrea has phoned me every day this week. expressing the speaker's annoyance or Present Perfect criticism 6 Laurais always criticising my appearance. Pres. Cont. f_actions which happened at an unstated past 7 | feel exhausted as | have been working on my time and are connected to the present assignment all night. Present Perfect Continuous g_ emphasis on number, frequency 8 He's been asking to borrow money again. fh repeated/habitual actions Present Perfect Continuous i expressing anger, irritation, annoyance or 9. The Kellys have moved to Manchester. Present Perfect, criticism 4) th, ith 3d 4c 59 6e 7a Bi of [ i Put the verbs in brackets into the correct present form: Dear Greg and Christine, 11) ...2m writing... (write) to thank you for coming to our wedding reception last month. | hope you enjoyed yourselves. Mark and | 2) have just returned Gust/return) from our trip to Kenya. We 3) have just moved (ust/move) into our new house and since we returned we 4) have been spending (spend) all our free time decorating. The house 5) is actually beginning (actually/begin) to feel like home now and we 6) are gradually settling (gradually/settle) into a routine. We 7) have (have) breakfast together in the morning, but then we 8) don’t see (not/see) each other until late in the evening when we 9) get (get) home from work. ope both of you 10) have been (be) well since we last saw you. Best regards, Mark and Sheila Roberts 3]