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Reading
1 Read the text. Then complete the sentences with the words below. There are more words
than you need.

Many teenagers sing songs and put them on YouTube. Sometimes these videos make teenagers famous. Cody
Simpson is one example. Millions of people all over the world watch his videos on the Internet and now he’s a
very famous singer. His video of the song All Day has got almost one million visits!
Cody is from Gold Coast, Australia. He’s good-looking, creative and hard-working and he plays the guitar,
sings, dances and writes songs. He’s also a champion swimmer with two gold medals from swimming
competitions.
Cody and his family live in Los Angeles now so he can work on his music career. Cody often meets other
celebrities and he sometimes works with famous singers such as Justin Bieber.
What is Cody’s daily routine? He gets up and exercises. Then, he does school work. In the afternoon, he works
on his music and meets reporters from TV and magazines. He hasn’t got time to meet friends in the afternoons
any more, but he loves meeting new people on tours and working on his music.

Australia  television  Los Angeles  studies  works  the Internet


1. People can see Cody’s videos on …………………… .
2. Cody is from …………………… .
3. Cody lives in …………………… now.
4. In the morning, Cody …………………… .
5. In the afternoon, Cody …………………… .

2 Answer the questions


1. What is All Day?
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2. What does Cody play?
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3. What sport does Cody do very well?
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4. Which celebrity does Cody know?
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5. Who does Cody see in the afternoons?
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Vocabulary
1 Complete the sentences with the words below. There are more words than you need.
pillow  lazy  green  pen  watch TV  old  eyes confident  curtains  dining room  get dressed  feet
1. People walk on two …………………… .
2. Jack sleeps all day. He’s very …………………… .
3. In the mornings, I have a shower and then I …………………… .
4. In the evenings, we …………………… in the living room.
5. Pam isn’t shy. She’s friendly and …………………… .
6. I usually write with a …………………… .
7. We put our head on a …………………… .
8. The opposite of young is …………………… .
9. There’s usually a table and chairs in a …………………… .
10. Blue + yellow = …………………… .

2 Complete the sentences.


1. On hot days, I use the c…………………… f…………………… in my room.
2. We g………………… t………………… s…………………… at 8.30. Our first lesson starts at 9.00.
3. Joe is good at sports. He’s very a…………………… .
4. I never p…………………… f…………………… because I don’t like ball games.
5. I don’t use blankets. I’ve got a warm d…………………… on my bed.
6. Dave is 1.95 metres. He’s very t…………………… .
7. The sixth month of the year is J…………………… .
8. The day after Friday is S…………………… .
9. The fridge is in the k…………………… .
10. Mike is generous and friendly. He’s very n…………………… .

Grammar
1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of to be or have got.
1. My shelf …………………… big. I’ve got a small shelf.
2. I love those pictures. They …………………… very funny!
3. We …………………… blue books. Our books are red.
4. My mum …………………… green eyes, but my eyes are blue.
5. …………………… I in your chair?

2 Choose the correct answer.


1. Are there / There are / There aren’t any chairs in the kitchen?
2. I has got / have got / haven’t got thin blankets on my bed. They aren’t very warm.
3. Jim has got / have got / hasn’t got an old bike. His bike is new.
4. Have / Has / Is the house got a big garden?
5. Is there / There is / There isn’t water in the fridge. Please put it on the table.
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3 Complete the dialogue with the correct form of to be or the correct Present Simple form of the
verbs in brackets.
Jane: What 1.…………………… you usually …………………… (do) on Saturdays, Dan?
Dan: I 2.…………………… (play) football with my friends. Why?
Jane: There’s a party at my house this Saturday and I 3.…………………… (need) your help.
Dan: Oh, I 4.…………………… (not know). I really 5.…………………… (hate) parties.
Jane: Well, my friend from London 6.…………………… here at the moment. He 7.……………………
(want) to meet you.
Dan: Oh. Well, what time 8.…………………… the party.…………………… (start) ?
Jane: At 4.00.
Dan: I can’t come at 4.00. My favourite programme 9.…………………… on TV.
Jane: Please, Dan! You 10.…………………… (not) a very good friend!
Dan: Oh, OK! See you on Saturday.

4 Complete the text with the words below. There are more words than you need.
there is  every day  doesn’t usually help  the  do you often tidy  has got  aren’t  don’t tidy  often 
there isn’t  there are  isn’t
1.
…………………… your room? Teenagers usually answer “No” to that question.
A teenager’s room 2.……………………. usually a nice place to be. It 3.…………………… clothes on the
chairs and the bed, so 4.……………………. a place to sit. 5.……………………. books and notebooks on the
floor and sometimes 6.……………………. old food on 7.……………………. desk. Parents 8.……………….
tell teenagers to keep the room tidy, but it 9.…………………… . According to a magazine study, 54% of
teenagers 10.……………………. their rooms. Also, teenagers don’t like parents cleaning the room for them!

Writing
Imagine you are Jennifer. Write an e-mail introducing yourself.

Name: Jennifer Cole


Age: 13
From: London, England
Family Information: two sisters
Daily routines:
8.00 am – 3.00 pm – go to school
8.00 pm – 10.00 pm – watch TV and play
computer games
10.30 pm – have a shower / go to bed
After-school activities:
tennis lessons (Sunday and Wednesday)

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