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Stop and check 1A  Units 1–4 Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

General revision Present tenses


Read the email. Choose the correct answers. If there is a Complete the conversations with the correct form of the
gap, write one suitable word – a preposition, an auxiliary verbs in brackets.
verb, a modal verb, an adverb of frequency, etc. A Hi, my name’s Chiara Ponti. I work (work) for Global
Solutions. (1) you (enjoy) the
To Jo@hotmail.com conference?
From AlexB@btinternet.com B Yes, it’s interesting, but there are so many talks I
Subject Hi (2) (not know) which ones to choose.
I (3) (want) to go to Doctor Fry’s talk on
Hi Jo computers in education later today.
How are things? (1) you get that job that you A (4) you (work) in a university?
(2) talking / were talking / are talking about last time we met? B Yes, but at the moment I (5) (do) some
(3) I’ve looked / I look / I’ve been looking for a new research into learning and technology.
job for a while. In fact, (4) I think / I’m thinking / I thought
of changing career altogether, as (5) I’m not / I haven’t / C What (6) you and your husband
I don’t enjoying being an accountant any more. It’s a bit dull (do) in your free time?
because I (6) to do the same thing every day D We (7) (not have) very much free time,
and (7) I haven’t / I don’t / I’m not allowed to organize my own actually.
work. My boss (8) giving / gives / is giving me a list of tasks at C Oh, why is that?
the start of every week, and she hardly (9) gives D Well, I (8) (work) shifts at the hospital
us any praise. I get on well (10) my colleagues, and Mike (9) (travel) a lot for his job.
but I’m not (11) paying / paid / pay enough to put up with a He (10) (fly) to a meeting in Munich
boring job! I (12) had a couple of interviews, but right now!
no success up to now.
10
Guess who I (13) seen / see / saw last weekend – Annie
Fisher from our old school. She (14) to be very
Questions
shy, but she looks very different now. When I saw her, she
(15) wearing an executive suit and working on Complete the questions for the answers.
a high-tech laptop. She’s (16) working for an Example What is your favourite day of the week ?

I like Fridays best.
international law firm for five years. She (17) is earned /
earns / earning a fortune!. Apparently, a school reunion is 1 How many  ?
(18) organized at the moment. (19) Have / I work about 40 hours a week.
Should / Must we go, do you think? It would be fun to see 2 Who  ?
everyone again. I’m waiting for my sister.
3 Why  ?
Anyway, I’ve (20) to go now. Email me soon. I like working here because the people are great.
Alex 4 Do  ?
No, I don’t go to concerts but I listen to music at home.
5 Why  ?
20 They moved house because they needed more space.

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6 Where  ? 6 The number of female directors is growing / is being


He’s learning English at a school in Dublin. grown.
7 How often  ? 7 Most students are studied / study a second language at
school.
We see our friends once a week. 8 The city centre was redeveloped / redeveloped last year.
8 Did  ? 9 Millions of trees cut / are cut down every year.
No, we didn’t go to the cinema, we went for a drink. 10 I can’t send you an email as my computer is repairing /
is being repaired.
8
10
Auxiliary verbs and short answers
Complete the conversation with the correct auxiliary verb.
Past tenses
Complete the text with the correct past form of the verbs
E = Elena  A = Adam
in brackets. Some of the answers are passive.
E Oh, hi. Sorry I’m late. Have you been waiting long?
A About half an hour. What happened? (1) When I was (be) a teenager, I (1) (used /
your train arrive late? love) art. I (2) (spend) a lot of time drawing
E No, it (2)  . It was my fault. I left my mobile and painting. By the time I was fifteen, I was quite good,
at home and I had to go back for it. because my dad (3) (teach) me all about
A OK, never mind. (3) you had lunch yet? colour and shapes when I was much younger. I
E No, I (4)  . Let’s have something to eat now. (4) (stop) painting when I (5) (go)
(5) you like Mexican food? to university. I (6) (not can) even remember
A Mm, yes I (6)  . where I (7) (leave) my paints!
E Well, there’s a new restaurant near here. Then while I (8) (sort out) some stuff in
A (7) you been there before? my mum’s house, I (9) (come across) all my
E No, I (8) but it had a good review in the materials and some old paintings. I (10) (look
local paper. through) them for a few minutes before I realized that
A OK, let’s try there. my girlfriend (11) (stand) behind me.
‘These paintings are really good!’ she said. ‘When
8 (12) you (give up) art?’
I explained that I (13) (not do) any paintings
Active or passive? for years. In the following months, my family
Choose the correct forms. (14) (encourage) me to take it up again.
Example I think most singers and actors pay / are paid After I (15) (produce) about 15 paintings,
too much. I (16) (hold) a small exhibition in the local
1 Leo’s new job involves / is involved a lot of travel. gallery. While the visitors (17) (look round),
2 How many people are employed / employ in your I (18) (interview) by a journalist from the
company? newspaper. In her article, I (19) (describe)
3 Football and tennis play / are played all over the as ‘a new local talent’ and a few days later three portraits
world.
(20) (sell) at the gallery. It was amazing!
4 Was breakfast included / Did breakfast include in the
price of the hotel room? 20
5 A different city is hosted / hosts the Olympic Games
every four years.

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should/must/have to/be allowed to Vocabulary


Rewrite the sentences with the correct form of the verb 1 Choose the word that has a different pronunciation.
in brackets. Example tooth   truth   foot   boot
Example It’s a good idea for you to get more exercise. 1 caught square floor war
(should) 2 dear hear pear fear
You should get more exercise. 3 good would food should
1 It’s illegal to carry guns. (must) 4 paid weighed said made
You  .
2 Women couldn’t vote in the 1800s. (be allowed to)
4
Women
 . 2 Choose the word that has a different meaning.
3 It’s isn’t advisable to smoke. (should) Example boil   herb   roast   fry
People  . 1 paint sketch draw pencil
4 It isn’t necessary to confirm your order. (have to) 2 eggs recipe herbs olive oil
You  . 3 digging baking weeding planting
5 Is it necessary for visitors to leave their bags at 4 peel weigh chop saucepan
reception? (have to)
4
visitors
 ?
3 Replace the words in italics with a pronoun.
6 Wearing a seat belt is compulsory. (must)
All drivers and passengers Example She can’t give up chocolate.
She can’t give it up.
 .
7 Can parents park outside the school? (be allowed to) 1 Do you take after your mother?
parents
2 Did you pick up German quickly?
 ?
8 It was necessary for me to leave early. (have to)
I 3 Can you look after my little boy tomorrow?
 .

8 4 You should take up golf.

5 I get on well with all my colleagues.

6 They brought their children up to be very polite.

7 Did you look up the spelling in your dictionary?

8 I’m really looking forward to the party next week.

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Present tenses Auxiliary verbs and short answers


Complete the conversations with the correct form of the Complete the conversation with the correct auxiliary verb.
verbs in brackets. A = Anna  C = Chris
A Hi, my name’s George Spencer. I work (work) for A-One A Oh, hi. Sorry I’m so late. Have you been waiting long?
Logistics. (1) you (enjoy) the C About half an hour, actually. What happened?
conference? (1) your train arrive late?
B Hello, I’m Carl Sants from Heron Management. Yes, it’s A No, it (2)  . It was all my fault. I lost my
very interesting. I (2) (think) the speakers keys. It took me ages to find them.
are excellent. I (not know) which one to C Oh well, it doesn’t matter now. (3) you had
choose now. I (3) (want) to go to the talk lunch yet?
on Computers and Project Management later this A No, I (4) and I’m really hungry. Let’s have
afternoon. something to eat now. (5) you like Thai
A (4) you (work) in food?
management? C Mmm, yes I (6)  .
B Yes, but at the moment I (5) (do) A Well, there’s a new Thai restaurant near here. It opened
some research into management and information last month.
technology. C (7) you been there before?
A No, I (8)  , but my sister went last week and
C Excuse me, can I ask you something? What she thought it was great.
(6) you and your wife (do) C OK, let’s try there.
in your free time? 8
D We (7) (go) cycling together at weekends.
C Anything else?
Questions
D During the week, she (8) (do) T’ai Chi and
Complete the questions for the answers.
I (9) (study) Chinese. I (10)
(work) very hard just now because I have an exam next Example What is your favourite day of the week ?

I like Fridays best.
month.
1 How often  ?
10 We have English classes twice a week.
2 Who  ?
I’m emailing my brother.
3 How many  ?
I work about 35 hours a week.
4 Do  ?
No, I don’t eat meat, I’m a vegetarian.
5 When  ?
They moved to London last October.
6 Did  ?
No, we didn’t play football yesterday, we went for a drink.
7 Why  ?
I like my job because I like working in a team.
8 Where  ?
He’s teaching English at a school in Venice.

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Stop and check 1B  Units 1–4 Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

Active or passive? gallery. While the visitors (17) (look round),


I (18) (interview) by a journalist from the
Choose the correct forms.
newspaper. In her article, I (19) (describe) as
Example I think most footballers pay / are paid
too much. ‘a new local talent’ and a few days later three landscapes
1 The Olympic Games hold / are held in a different city (20) (sell) at the gallery. I was absolutely
every four years. amazed!
2 How much are you earned / do you earn a year?
3 In my college classes start / are started at 9 a.m. 20
4 Is service included / Does service include in the bill?
5 I can’t drive you to the airport because my car should/must/have to/be allowed to
is repairing / is being repaired.
6 The number of female managers is growing / Rewrite the sentences with the correct form of the verb
is being grown. in brackets.
7 Most students are studied / study a second language at Example It’s a good idea for you to get more exercise.
school. (should)
8 The kitchen was redecorated / redecorated last month. You should get more exercise.
9 Millions of trees cut / are cut down every year.
1 It’s illegal to smoke in a pub. (must)
10 My new job involves / is involved a lot of travel.
You  .
10 2 Can parents park outside the school? (be allowed to)
parents  ?
Past tenses 3 It isn’t advisable to eat too much. (should)
People  .
Complete the text with the correct past form of the verbs
in brackets. Some of the answers are passive. 4 It isn’t necessary to wear school uniform (have to)
You  .
When I was (be) at school, I (1) (used / love)
5 Is it necessary for visitors to sign in at reception?
art. I (2) (spend) hours every weekend, just
(have to)
sketching and painting outside in the country.
visitors  ?
By the time I was 15, I was quite good because my dad
6 Wearing a seat belt is compulsory in the UK. (must)
(3) (teach) me all about colour and light
All drivers and passengers  .
when I was much younger. I (4) (stop)
7 Women couldn’t vote in the 1800s. (be allowed to)
painting when I (5) (go) to university.
Women  .
I (6) (not / can) even remember where I
8 It was necessary for me to work late. (have to)
(7) (leave) my paints and sketchbooks! Then
I  .
while I (8) (sort out) some stuff in my old
bedroom in mum’s house, I (9) (come across) 8
all my materials and some old paintings of the countryside
where I lived. I (10) (look through) them
for a few minutes before I realized that my girlfriend
(11) (stand) beside me.
‘These paintings are really good!’ she said. ‘When
(12) you (give up) art?’
I explained that I (13) (not do) any
painting for years. In the following months, my family
(14) (encourage) me to take it up again. After
I (15) (produce) about a dozen paintings, I
(16) (hold) a small exhibition in the local art

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Stop and check 1B  Units 1–4 Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

General grammar revision Vocabulary


Read the email. Choose the correct answers. If there is a 1 Replace the words in italics with a pronoun.
gap, write one suitable word – a preposition, an auxiliary Example She can’t give up chocolate.
verb, a modal verb, an adverb of frequency, etc. She can’t give it up.
1 You should take up tennis.

To Katie@yahoo.com
2 Did you look up the article on the Net?
Fro m Marion@hotmail.com

Subject Hi
3 Can you look after my little sister tomorrow?
Hi Katie
4 Do you take after your father?
How are things? (1) you get the job that we
(2) are talking / talking / were talking about last time we
met? Actually, (3) I’ve looked / I’ve been looking / I look for 5 I get on well with my wife’s parents.
a new job for a while, too. In fact, (4) I think / I’m thinking /
I thought of changing career altogether, as (5) I’m not / 6 They brought their children up to be very active.
I haven’t / I don’t enjoy working in Human Resources any
more. It’s a bit dull because I (6) to do the 7 Did you pick up Spanish easily?
same thing every day and (7) I haven’t / I’m not / I don’t

allowed to organize my own work. My boss (8) gives /
giving / is giving me a list of tasks at the start of each week, 8 I’m really looking forward to your party next week.
and she hardly (9) gives us any praise. I get
on really well (10) my colleagues, but I’m not 8
(11) paying / paid / pay enough to put up with such a boring
job! I (12) had a couple of interviews
for different jobs recently, but no success up to now. 2 Choose the word that has a different meaning.
Example boil   herb   roast   fry
Guess who I (13) saw / see / seen in town last week – Connie
1 spend pay earn money
Hughes from our old school. She (14) to be so
quiet, but she looks completely different now. When I saw 2 oven dish chop saucepan
her, she (15) wearing a fantastic Versace dress 3 draw paint paintbrush sketch
and looked so elegant. Apparently, she’s (16) 4 weed ball net racket
modelling in the US for five years. She (17) is earned / earns /
4
earning a fortune! What a surprise! Anyway, a school reunion
is (18) organized at the moment. (19) Have /
Should / Must we go, do you think? It would be fun to see 3 Choose the word that has a different pronunciation.
everyone again. Example tooth   truth   foot   boot
Anyway, I’ve (20) to go now. Email me soon. 1 caught square floor war
2 meat heat cheat bread
Marion
3 tear heart bear pear
4 look good blood foot

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Stop and check 2A  Units 5–8 Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

General revision Future forms, may/might/could


Read the letter. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct 1 Choose the correct forms.
form. If there is a gap, write one suitable word – a question
A Where do you go / are you going on holiday this year?
word, an auxiliary verb, a modal verb, adverb of time, etc.
B I’m not sure. We (1) will / might try somewhere
different. I’m a bit bored with going to Europe.
A My parents (2) are going / will go to Argentina for a
Dear Anna and James month in February. But it (3) will / could be summer in
Buenos Aires then and so the weather (4) will / is going
I’m sorry I haven’t written (not write) for ages, I be hot.
(1) (work) really long hours recently. B Wow! That sounds fantastic. I would love to go there.
I’m hoping (2) (take) a week off in June. A Well, (5) I see / I’m seeing my mum later, so
My sister (3) (go) to the lakes then and I (6) I’m going to ask / I’ll ask her for the web address.
They booked it all on the Internet.
(4) go with her if I can afford it.
B That’s great, thanks. And what about your holiday
(5) is everyone in the family? I hope you are plans?
A Oh, I don’t think (7) we won’t have / we’ll have a holiday
all fine. It great to hear that Daniel (6) been this year because (8) we’re buying / will buy a flat soon.
accepted on the music course. I know he (7)
(have) a brilliant time in Paris next year. I have some friends 8
who live there. I (8) (send) you their address if
you like. They are crazy (9) music, so they will 2 Cross out the verb form that isn’t possible in each
have something in common. sentence.
Example A My phone doesn’t work.
What (10) (happen) about your flat since B The battery will / might / could be low.
we last spoke? Have you managed (11) (sell) it 1 I can’t come to the party. I’m going to see / I’m seeing /
yet? Where are you thinking of (12) (move) to I will see my parents on Saturday.
and (13) sort of house are you looking for? If 2 Our team are playing really well. I’m sure they will
you haven’t found anything in your area (14)  , win / might win / are going to win.
3 Jane isn’t in the office today. She might be / could be /
why not look round here? I’m not sure but it
is going to be ill.
(15) be a bit cheaper. Don’t forget, you have 4 Do you think the weather is improving / might
always (16) keen on this area and I’d love improve /will improve tomorrow?
(17) (have) you as neighbours! 5 We haven’t made any plans but we might / may / will
go to the beach at the weekend.
Anyway, I must get this in the post now. Looking forward to 6 I’m worried I won’t pass / I might not pass / I’m not
(18) (hear) all your news. passing my driving test.

Love 6

Shona

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Information questions I Do you feel under pressure to be in good shape? It


(9) (report) that the best film roles go to
Match the questions in A with the answers in B.
actresses who are slim.
A B J I (10) never (experience) that.
1 What’s he like? a Tall and quite good- I (11) (lose) a few kilos for the last film,
2 What does he looking. but I (12) already (put) them
look like? b About six foot. back on.
3 What does he c Near the station. I Now what about the relationship with the director of
like doing? d He enjoys sailing and Moving on, Marvin Kelly. He (13) (criticize)
4 How tall is he? walking. several times for being difficult to work with.
e It’s small but nicely (14) you (see) eye to eye
5 How old is he?
decorated. with him?
6 What’s his flat f It’s an Audi.
like? J Yes, I think so, Marvin knew what he wanted to
g He’s nice. Very chatty achieve, but I didn’t have any problems with that.
7 Which part of and friendly.
town does he I That’s good to hear. Good luck with your future
h He’s in his early 30s.
live in? projects and please come back and see us soon.
8 What make is 14
his car?

8 2 Choose the correct time expression and put it in the


correct place in the sentence.
Example I’ve finished my homework. (just / yet)
Present Perfect and time expressions I’ve just finished my homework.
1 Read the interview. Put the verbs in brackets into 1 He worked as a designer. (in the 1990s / recently)
the correct form. Use the Present Perfect (simple,

continuous, or passive) or the Past Simple.
2 She’s been a nurse. (for five years / just)
I = Interviewer  J = Janine

I Our first guest tonight is the Oscar-winning actress
3 Have you found your car keys? (ever / yet)
Janine Miller. Welcome to the show, Janine.

J Thank you.
4 We’ve been travelling. (since May / last month)
I Now, you have just finished (finish) your latest film,

Moving on. Is that right?
5 They’ve finished the decorating. (yesterday / already)
J Yes, we (1) (shoot) the final scenes about

six weeks ago. And since then I (2) (relax)
6 Have you been to New Zealand? (in 2005 / ever)
with my family in France.

I Of course, you (3) (be) born in Marseilles.
7 I have ridden a camel. (last year / never)
J That’s right. My mother is French and my dad is

English. I have a lot of older relatives in the south of
8 My brother couldn’t walk. (until he was two / yet)
France and I (4) (spend) a lot of time

with them recently. All my movies since the start of
my career (5) (show) in France and so my 8
family are also film critics!
I What (6) they (say) about the
last one?
J They (7) (like) it but my grandmother said
I (8) (look) too thin.

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Verb patterns 3 Don’t dress up for the party. It’s going to be very
Read the diary entry. Complete the text with the correct  . (formal)
form of the verbs in brackets. 4 I asked the assistant about my order, but he was very
 . (help)
5 Angie loves art and music. She’s very  .
It was a strange weekend. I was hoping to go (go) out (create)
with my friends on Saturday but they all had flu. We’d 6 My suggestion got a very negative  . (react)
been thinking of (1) (see) a film and then 7 To be a writer you really need a good  .
(2) (go) for a pizza. Instead, mum made (imagine)
me (3) (revise) for my exams. I managed 8 You don’t need to update the files. The computer does
(4) (do) quite a lot but I couldn’t help it  . (automatic)
(5) (feel) a bit fed up. I went to bed early
8
but I had a really odd dream. I remember
(6) (walk) along the beach and it was
2 Choose the correct words.
really windy. All my exam notes were lying on the sand.
Every few seconds, I (7) (stop) to pick Example I thought his latest book was quite
disappointed / disappointing .
them up, but it was impossible (8) (hold)
1 I do yoga every day. It makes me very relaxing / relaxed.
them in the wind. Then a big wave washed them all 2 It’s been raining heavily / badly all day.
away. I woke up in a panic and then realized it had been 3 I enjoy cycling but I find it very tired / tiring.
a dream. 4 She’s only four but she can read very well / good.
5 I never eat fast / quick food.
Sunday was better. In the morning I took the dog for a 6 What went wrongly / wrong with the recipe?
walk. He enjoyed (9) (play) in the fields 7 You’ll need to work hardly / hard in the weeks before
and it was good (10) (get) some exercise. your exams.
8 I bought some lovely home-made / hand-made
I rang my cousin because I had forgotten to
jewellery in Mexico.
(11) (send) her a birthday card. We
promised (12) (meet up) after the exams. 8
In the afternoon, I went back to my revision again
but I didn’t succeed in (13) (study) for 3 Match the verbs in A with the nouns and phrases in B.
very long. I needed (14) (update) my
homepage on Facebook, so that’s what I did in the A B
afternoon. Not a very exciting weekend, but there’s 1 climb a to a place on a map
always next week . . . 2 kick b your hands to the music
3 clap c a ladder
4 hit d your nails
14 5 point e a football
6 blow f a tune
Vocabulary 7 bite g a nail with a hammer
1 Complete the sentences. Form the correct word by 8 whistle h up a balloon
adding a prefix or suffix to the word in brackets.
Example He’s so careless  . He’s always having accidents. 8
(care)
1 The simple things in life often bring the most 100
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 . (happy)
2 Jo dropped his laptop into the sea and now it’s
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Future forms, may/might/could Verb patterns


1 Choose the correct forms. Read the diary entry. Complete the text with the correct
form of the verbs in brackets. 
A Where do you go / are you going on holiday this year?
B I’m not sure. We (1) will / might try somewhere
different. I’m a bit bored with going to Europe.
A My parents (2) are going / will go to Australia for a It was an odd weekend. I was hoping to go (go) out
month in January. But it (3) will / could be summer with my friends on Saturday evening, but we all
in Sydney then and so the weather (4) will / is going had exams the following week. We’d been thinking
be hot.
of (1) (see) a movie and then
B Wow! That sounds fantastic. I would love to go there.
A Well, (5) I see / I’m seeing my mum later, so (2) (go) for a pizza. Instead, Mum made
(6) I’m going to ask / I’ll ask her for the web address. me (3) (revise) for my French exam. I
They booked it all on the Internet. managed (4) (do) quite a lot but I
B That’s great, thanks. And what about your holiday couldn’t help (5) (feel) a bit fed up. I went
plans?
to bed early but I had a really odd dream. I remember
A Oh, I don’t think (7) we won’t have / we’ll have a holiday
this year because (8) we’re buying / will buy a new car (6) (walk) in the mountains and it was
soon. really windy. All my exam notes were lying on the ground.
Every few seconds, I (7) (stop) to pick them
8
up, but it was impossible (8) (hold) them
in the wind. Then a big gust of wind blew them all away.
2 Cross out the verb form that isn’t possible in each I woke up in a panic and then realized it had been a dream.
sentence.
Example A My phone doesn’t work. Sunday was better. In the morning I took the dog for a
B The battery will / might / could be low.
walk. He enjoyed (9) (play) in the fields
1 Pete isn’t in the office today. He might be / could be /
and it was good (10) (get) some exercise.
is going to be ill.
2 Our team are playing really well. I’m sure they I rang my cousin because I had forgotten to
will win / might win / are going to win. (11) (send) her a birthday card. We promised
3 We haven’t made any plans but we might / may / will (12) (meet up) after the exams. In the
go skiing at the weekend. afternoon, I went back to my revision again but I didn’t
4 Do you think the weather is improving / might improve /
succeed in (13) (study) for very long.
will improve tomorrow?
5 He’s worried he won’t pass / he might not pass / I needed (14) (update) my homepage on
he’s not passing his final exams. Facebook, so that’s what I did in the afternoon. Not a
6 I can’t come to the party. I’m going to see / I’m seeing / very exciting weekend, but I suppose there’s always
I will see my parents on Friday. next week . . .
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Information questions I Do you feel under pressure to stay in good shape?


It (9) (report) that the best film roles go to
Match the questions in A with the answers in B.
actresses who are very slim.
A B J I (10) never (experience) that.
1 What’s he like? a Over six foot. I (11) (lose) a few kilos for the last film,
2 What does he b It’s very modern and but I (12) already (put) them
look like? nicely decorated. back on.
3 What does he c He’s in his early 30s. I Now what about the relationship with the director
like doing? d He enjoys playing of Moving on, Jack Robinson. He (13) _________
4 How tall is he? tennis and skiing. (criticize) several times for being difficult to work with.
e Near the city centre. (14) you (see) eye to eye with
5 How old is he? f It’s an Alfa Romeo.
him during the shooting?
6 What’s his flat g He’s nice. Very
like? charming and J Yes, I think so. Jack knew what he wanted to achieve,
friendly. but I didn’t have any problems with that.
7 Which part of
town does he h Tall and rather I That’s good to hear. Good luck with your future
live in? good-looking. projects and please come back and see us soon.
8 What make is 14
his car?

8 2 Choose the correct time expression and put it in the


correct place in the sentence.
Example I’ve finished my homework. (just / yet)
Present Perfect and time expressions I’ve just finished my homework.
1 Read the interview. Put the verbs in brackets into 1 Have you found your mobile? (ever / yet)
the correct form. Use the Present Perfect (simple,

continuous, or passive) or the Past Simple.
2 He’s been an architect. (for two years / just)
I = Interviewer  J = Jade

I Our first guest tonight is the Oscar-winning actress
3 We’ve finished redecorating. (yesterday / already)
Jade Payne. Welcome to the show, Jade.

J Thank you.
4 They’ve been travelling. (since September / last month)
I Now, you have just finished (finish) your latest film,

Moving on. Is that right?
5 She worked as an interior designer. (in the 1990s /
J Yes, we (1) (shoot) the final scenes about
recently)
two months ago. And since then I (2)

(relax) with my family in the south of France.
6 My little sister couldn’t talk. (until she was two / yet)
I Of course, you (3) (be) born in Cannes.

J That’s right. My mother is French and my dad is
7 I have ridden an elephant. (last year / never)
Canadian. I have a lot of older relatives in the south

of France and I (4) (spend) a lot of time
8 Have you been to South Africa? (in 2005 / ever)
with them recently. All my movies since the start of

my career (5) (show) in France and so my
family are also film critics! 8
I What (6) they (say) about the
last one?
J They (7) (like) it but my grandmother said
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General revision 3 Don’t dress up for the party. It’s going to be very
Read the letter. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct  . (formal)
form. If there is a gap, write one suitable word – a question 4 I asked the shop assistant about my order, but he was
word, an auxiliary verb, a modal verb, adverb of time, etc. very  . (help)
5 You don’t need to update the files. The computer does
it  . (automatic)
Dear Carole and Peter 6 Sam spilt coffee over her laptop and now it’s completely
I’m sorry I haven’t written (not write) to you for ages, I  . (use)
(1) (work) such long hours recently. I’m 7 To be a successful writer you really need a good
hoping (2) (take) a week off in July. My sister  . (imagine)
(3) (go) to the beach then and I 8 Judith loves art and music. She’s very  .
(4) go with her if I can afford it. (create)

(5) is everyone in the family? I hope you 8


are all fine. It great to hear that Stephen (6)
been accepted on the drama course. I know he 2 Match the verbs in A with the nouns and phrases in B.
(7) (have) a brilliant time in Paris next year.
A B
I have some friends who live there. I (8) (send)
you their address if you like. They are crazy (9) 1 climb a your hands to the music
the theatre, so they will have something in common. 2 kick b a tune
3 clap c to a place on the map
What (10) (happen) about your flat since we
4 hit d your nails
last spoke? Have you managed (11) (sell) it yet?
5 point e a football
Where are you thinking of (12) (move) to and
6 blow f a ladder
(13) sort of house are you looking for? If you 7 bite g up a balloon
haven’t found anything in your area 8 whistle h a nail with a hammer
(14)  , why not look round here? I’m not sure
but it (15) be a bit cheaper. Don’t forget, you 8
have always (16) __________ keen on this area and I’d love
(17) (have) you both as neighbours! 3 Choose the correct words.
Anyway, I must get this in the post now. Looking forward to Example I thought his latest book was quite
disappointed / disappointing .
(18) (hear) all your news.
1 I enjoy rowing but I find it very tired / tiring.
Love 2 It’s been raining heavily / badly since Tuesday.
Ruth 3 You’ll need to work extra hardly / hard in the weeks
before your exams.
4 I never eat fast / quick food.
5 Gemma’s only four but she can read very well / good.
18 6 What went wrongly / wrong with the cake recipe?
7 I do yoga every day. It makes me very relaxing / relaxed.
8 I bought some lovely home-made / hand-made
Vocabulary
jewellery in Turkey.
1 Complete the sentences. Form the correct word by
adding a prefix or suffix to the word in brackets. 8
Example He’s so careless  . He’s always having accidents.
(care)
TOTAL   100
1 My proposal got a very negative  . (react)
2 The simplest things in life often bring the most
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General revision Conditionals


Read the email. Choose the correct answers. If there is a 1 Complete the sentences with the second conditional
gap, write one suitable word – an article, an auxiliary verb, form of the verbs in brackets.
a question word, etc. Example It’s raining again. If the weather was (be)
better, we could (can) go for a walk.
To MelB@talktalk.net
MelB@talktalk.net 1 I’m worried about my exams. What you
From Lisa.Brown@virgin.net
Lisa.Brown@virgin.net (do) if you (be) me?
Subject Sorry
SorryIIwas
wasout
out 2 I’ve never witnessed a crime. If I (see) one,
I think I (panic).
Dear Mel 3 Sorry we can’t come to your party. We
Thanks for your message and I’m sorry I was out when you (come) if we (can).
came round. If I have / had / would known you were 4 Tim’s car is very old. He (not get) much
coming, I’d have (1) stay / stayed / staying in. We could money if he (sell) it.
(2) had a nice chat to catch up on the news. 5 I’m broke, but if I (have) more money, I
Dad said that you (3) had an interview in (take) a long holiday.
London. I hope that it went well. If they offered you the job, 6 If you (not visit) grandma on her birthday,
(4) you take it? It (5) could / can’t / can she (be) upset.
be a great opportunity, as London is a fantastic city.
If I (6) you, I’d go for it. 6
Did Dad mention (7) the / a / – news about my sister,
Anita? She’s just decided to get married to her boyfriend, so 2 Rewrite the sentences using the word in brackets.
I might (8) going to a wedding quite soon! Example I wasn’t free, I didn’t come to your party. (if)
(9) Everyone / All / Everything is very shocked as they have If I had been free, I would have come to your party.
only known (10) other for a few months. 1 It was stupid to leave your laptop in the car. (should)
When I asked her (11) she was getting married,
she (12) told / said / wondered, ‘Because I want to.’ It’s 2 He didn’t ask her out. She didn’t say yes. (if / might)
typical of (13) Anitas’ / Anita’s / Anitas behaviour – she has
always pleased (14) himself / herself / myself!
3 The train was late. We missed our flight. (if)
Anyway, enough about my family – you (15) must / can’t /
could be bored with it all! How is (16) everything / all / all of 4 It would have been better for you to stay at home.
with your mum and dad? I saw your younger brother last (should)
week – he looks just (17) same / like / as you. And I bumped
into your sister in town. She was so friendly (much more 5 We didn’t buy a lottery ticket. We didn’t win. (if / might)
easy-going than (18) my / myself / mine!)

Let me know what happens about (19) job 6 You didn’t tell me about the accident. I couldn’t help
interview. Take care of (20) yours / you / yourself and email you. (if / could)
me soon.
Lisa
6

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Noun phrases 7 Your daughter looks like / as you.


8 They can’t / mustn’t be at home. All the lights in the
Choose the correct answer, a, b, or c.
house are off.
Example Is your room bigger than  ? 9 You missed lunch and dinner. You will / must be
a  me   b  my   c  mine starving.
1 How often do you and your brother see  ? 10 She isn’t in the office, so she can’t / could be working
a  themselves   b  each other   c  yourselves at home.
2 I think computers are the most important
invention of the 20th century. 10
a  the   b  —   c  a
3 Do you know Amy? She’s a good friend of  . Reported speech
a  ourselves   b  our   c  ours
Put the direct speech into reported speech.
4 Where are the schoolbooks?
Example ‘Where do you live?’
a  childrens   b  childrens’   c  children’s
She asked where I lived.
5 I have a lot of friends. love sport.
a  All of them   b  All   c  Everyone 1 ‘I’m looking for a new job.’
6 I bought a dress and a top, but I took He said  .
top back. 2 ‘Our car has been stolen.’
a  all   b  a   c  the They said that  .
7 I’ve lost my mobile. Can I borrow  ? 3 ‘Why did you miss the train?’
a  mine   b  yours   c  your They wanted to know  .
8 Did you hurt when you slipped? 4 ‘Eddie, do you think you could take the dog for a
a  yourself   b  your   c  you
walk?’
9 ‘Where is Jack?’ ‘He’s in canteen, I think.’ She asked  .
a  one   b  a   c  the
5 ‘Everyone will have a great time.’
10 It’s a nice city but restaurants are very
expensive. He said  .
a  its   b  they’re   c  it’s 6 ‘Do you speak German?’
11 I love your new computer. much faster than They asked  .
mine. 7 ‘Lucy, please turn the classroom lights off.’
a  Its   b  It’s   c  It The teacher told  .
12 Why don’t we have lunch in town? 8 ‘Jane gets to work at about 9.30 a.m.’
a  the   b  a   c  — He said  .
12 9 ‘I can’t get my computer to work.’
She said  .
10 ‘Have you done the shopping?’
Modals of deduction, look (like)
She wondered  .
Choose the correct words. 11 ‘Can you give me a lift home?’
Example ‘What’s in that big box?’ ‘I’m not sure. She asked me  .
It might / must be a TV.’
12 ‘Don’t open the window, children.’
1 They’re speaking German. They can’t / could be from
The teacher told  .
Germany or Austria.
2 You’ve just had a drink, you can’t / must be thirsty. 12
3 She looked very smart. She can’t / might have been
going to an interview.
4 You’ve been working for hours. You could / must be
exhausted.
5 You don’t look like / look very well. Why don’t you lie
down?
6 ‘I can’t find my briefcase.’ ‘You must leave / have left it
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Vocabulary 3 Replace the underlined text with the phrasal verbs


in the box.
1 Choose the correct words.
Example I need to clean / wash my hair. work out   sort out   save up   find out 
break out of   take up   eat up   fall out 
1 Who won / beat the championship and what was the make up   come up with   break up
final score?
2 I lent / borrowed some money from the bank to buy Example
a car. I need to calculate how much I owe you. work out
3 Why won’t you advise / admit that you made a
1 If you finish all your dinner, you can
mistake?
4 If you aren’t happy with the service, why don’t you have some ice-cream.
complain / demand to the manager? 2 How did the man escape from the
5 I did / made my best in the exam so I hope I passed. prison cell?
6 I don’t like it when people suggest / tell me what to do.
7 Please don’t whisper / shout. I’m putting the baby to 3 My sister is thinking of getting divorced.
bed. I hope she doesn’t end the relationship
8 What did the gang steal / rob from the shop? with her husband.
9 I woke up when I heard / listened to a really loud
4 Why did you have an argument with
noise.
10 Please buy / pay for all your shopping at the cash desk. your boyfriend?
11 I think gossiping / criticizing about film stars is a waste 5 I had a row with my best friend. I hope
of time. we can become friends again soon.
12 My brother and sister discussed / argued about
keeping their room tidy. 6 Your clothes are in such a mess. You
need to tidy them up.
12
7 I couldn’t discover where my
grandparents were born.
2 Match a word in A with a word in B to make
8 What ideas have you thought of?
compound nouns. Write the compound nouns as one
or two words. 9 If you stop spending money, you’ll
soon have enough for a holiday.
A B
traffic paper 1 10 I’d like to start doing photography.
departure cup 2 10
hair man 3
wall way 4
TOTAL   100
sun agent 5
credit dresser 6
waiting room 7
estate lounge 8
tea glasses 9
motor jam 10
chair card 11
brief case 12

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Reported speech Conditionals


Put the direct speech into reported speech. 1 Complete the sentences with the second conditional
Example ‘Where do you live?’ form of the verbs in brackets.
She asked where I lived. Example It’s raining again. If the weather was (be)
1 ‘Everyone will have a great time.’ better, we could (can) go for a walk.
He said  . 1 I’ve never witnessed a crime. If I (see) one,
2 ‘Have you done the washing-up?’ I think I (be) really scared.
She wondered  . 2 If you (not phone) Auntie Betty on her
3 ‘Frank gets to work at about 8.30 a.m.’ birthday, she (be) upset.
He said  . 3 Harry’s car is very old. He (not get) much
4 ‘Lucy, please turn the CD player off.’ money if he (sell) it.
The teacher told  . 4 I’m broke, but if I (have) more money,
5 ‘I’m looking for a new flat.’ I (take) a long holiday.
He said  . 5 Sorry we can’t come to your party. We (come)
6 ‘Our car has been stolen.’ if we (can).
They said that  . 6 I’m worried about my driving test. What
7 ‘Steve, do you think you could take the dog for a you (do) if you (be) me?
walk?’
6
She asked  .
8 ‘Why did you miss the bus?’
They wanted to know  . 2 Rewrite the sentences using the word in brackets.
9 ‘I can’t get my phone to work.’ Example I wasn’t free, I didn’t come to your party. (if)
If I had been free, I would have come to your party.
He said  .
10 ‘Don’t close the window, children.’ 1 The plane was late. We missed our connection. (if)
The teacher told  .
11 ‘Can you give me a lift home?’ 2 We didn’t buy a lottery ticket. We didn’t win. (if / might)
She asked me  .
12 ‘Do you understand Dutch?’ 3 It was stupid to leave your handbag in the car. (should)
They asked  .
4 You didn’t tell me about the problem. I couldn’t help
12 you. (if / could)

5 He didn’t ask her out. She didn’t say yes. (if / might)

6 It would have been better for you to stay at home.
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Modals of deduction, look (like) 1 1 Did you hurt when you slipped?
a  yourself   b  your   c  you
Choose the correct words.
12 ‘Where is Matt?’ ‘He’s in gym, I think.’
Example ‘What’s in that big box?’ ‘I’m not sure. a  one   b  a   c  the
It might / must be a TV.’
1 She isn’t in the office, so she can’t / could be working 12
at home.
2 You missed lunch and dinner. You will / must be
starving. General revision
3 Your son looks like / as you. Read the email. Choose the correct answers. If there is a
4 ‘I can’t find my laptop.’ ‘You must leave / have left it in gap, write one suitable word – an article, an auxiliary verb,
the car.’ a question word, etc.
5 They can’t / mustn’t be at home. All the lights in the
house are off. To Anita@hotmail.com
6 You’ve been working for hours. You could / must be
From Becky@yahoo.com
exhausted.
7 She looked very smart. She can’t / might have been Sub j e ct Thanks
going to an interview.
8 You don’t look like / look very well. Why don’t you go Dear Anita
home? Thanks for your message and I’m sorry I was out when you
9 They’re speaking French. They can’t / could be from
came round. If I have / had / would known you were
France or Belgium.
coming, I’d have (1) stay / stayed / staying in. We could
10 You’ve just had a hamburger, you can’t / must be hungry.
(2) had a nice chat to catch up on the news.
10 Mum said that you (3) had an interview in
Paris. I hope that it went well. If they offered you the job,
Noun phrases
(4) you take it? It (5) could / can’t / can be
Choose the correct answer, a, b, or c. a great opportunity, as Paris is a fantastic city. If I
Example Is your room bigger than  ? (6) you, I’d go for it.
a  me   b  my   c  mine
1 I think computers are the most important Did Dad mention (7) the / a / – news about my sister,
invention of the 20th century. Nancy? She’s just decided to get married to her boyfriend,
a  the   b  —   c  a so I might (8) going to a wedding quite soon!
2 Where are the coats? (9) Everyone / All / Everything is very shocked as they have
a  childrens   b  childrens’   c  children’s only known (10) for a few months. When I
3 How often do you and your parents see  ? asked her (11) she was getting married, she
a  themselves   b  each other   c  yourselves (12) told / said / wondered, ‘Because I want to.’ It’s typical of
4 I bought a pair of jeans and a top, but I took (13) Nancys’ / Nancy’s / Nancys behaviour – she has always
top back. pleased (14) himself / herself / myself!
a  all   b  a   c  the
Anyway, enough about my family – you (15) must / can’t /
5 I’ve lost my pen. Can I borrow  ? could be bored with it all! How is (16) everything / all / all of
a  mine   b  yours   c  your
with your mum and dad? I saw your younger brother last
6 Do you know Rick? He’s a good friend of  . week – he looks just (17) same / like / as you. And I bumped
a  ourselves   b  our  c  ours
into your sister in town. She was so friendly (much more
7 I have a lot of friends. love music. easy-going than (18) my / myself / mine!)
a  All of them   b  All   c  Everyone
8 It’s a nice city but hotels are very expensive. Let me know what happens about (19) job
a  its   b  they’re   c  it’s interview. Take care of (20) yours / you / yourself and email
9 Why don’t we have lunch in town tomorrow? me soon.
a  the   b  a   c  — Becky
10 I love your new computer. much faster than
mine.
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Vocabulary 2 Choose the correct words.


1 Replace the text in italics with the phrasal verbs in Example I need to clean / wash my hair.
the box. 1 Why won’t you advise / admit that you are wrong?
2 I woke up when I heard / listened to a really loud
work out   sort out   break up   break out of   noise.
take up   find out   eat up   fall out   3 Please buy / pay for all your shopping at the cash desk.
make up   save up   come up with
4 What did the gang steal / rob from the bank?
Example 5 Who won / beat the match and what was the final
I need to calculate how much I owe you. work out score?
6 If you aren’t happy with the service, why don’t you
1 I’d like to start doing yoga. complain / demand to the manager?
2 I’ve had a row with my best friend. I hope 7 My brother and sister discussed / argued about
we can become friends again soon. everything when they were young.
8 I don’t like it when people suggest / tell me what to do.
3 If you finish all your vegetables, you can 9 I lent / borrowed some money from the bank to buy a
have some ice-cream. motorbike.
10 I think gossiping / criticizing about film stars is a waste
4 Mary couldn’t discover where her
of time.
great-grandparents were born. 11 I did / made my best in the exam so I hope I passed.
5 My brother is thinking of getting 12 Please don’t whisper / shout. I’m putting the baby
divorced. I hope he doesn’t end the to bed.
relationship with his wife. 12
6 How did the man escape from the
prison cell? 3 Match a word in A with a word in B to make
7 What ideas have you thought of? compound nouns. Write the compound nouns as one
or two words.
8 Your room is in such a mess. You need
to tidy it up. A B
9 If you stop spending money, you’ll soon hair paper 1
have enough for a holiday. traffic cup 2
10 Why did Paul have an argument with tea man 3
his girlfriend? wall way 4
sun agent 5
10 motor dresser 6
credit room 7
waiting lounge 8
brief glasses 9
estate jam 10
departure card 11
chair case 12

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Stop and check 1A 1 2 did … give up 4 haven’t 8 haven’t


13 hadn’t done
General revision 14 encouraged Questions
1 Did 11 paid 15 had produced 1 do you have English classes
2 were talking 12 have/’ve 16 held 2 are you emailing
3 I’ve been looking 13 saw 17 were looking round 3 hours a week do you work
4 I’m thinking 14 used 18 was interviewed 4 you eat meat
5 I’m not 15 was 19 was described 5 did they move to London
6 have 16 been 20 were sold 6 you play football yesterday
7 I’m not 17 earns 7 do you like your job
8 gives 18 being should/must/have to/be 8 is he teaching English
9 ever 19 Should allowed to
10 with 20 got 1 mustn’t carry guns Active or passive?
2 weren’t allowed to vote in the 1800s 1 are held
Present tenses 3 shouldn’t smoke 2 do you earn
1 Are … enjoying 6 do … do 4 don’t have to confirm your order 3 start
2 don’t know 7 don’t have 5 Do … have to leave their bags at 4 Is service included
3 want 8 work reception? 5 is being repaired
4 Do … work 9 travels 6 must wear a seat belt 6 is growing
5 ’m doing 10 ’s flying 7 Are … allowed to park outside the 7 study
school? 8 was redecorated
Questions 8 had to leave early 9 are cut
1 hours a week do you work 10 involves
2 are you waiting for Vocabulary
3 do you like working here 1 1 flower (the others all have silent Past tenses
4 you go to concerts letters) 1 used to love
5 did they move house 2 herb (the others are ways of cooking) 2 spent
6 is he learning English 3 square (it has a different vowel sound) 3 had taught
7 do you see your friends 4 flash (the others are to do with 4 stopped
8 you go to the cinema music) 5 went
5 recipe (the others are ingredients) 6 couldn’t
Auxiliary verbs and short answers 6 portrait (the others are tools) 7 had left
1 Did 5 Do 7 mix (the others are equipment) 8 was sorting out
2 didn’t 6 do 8 pear (it has a different vowel 9 came across
3 Have 7 Have sound) 10 had been looking through
4 haven’t 8 haven’t 11 was standing
2 Do you take after her?
1
12 did … give up
Active or passive? Did you pick it up quickly?
2
13 hadn’t done
1 involves Can you look after him tomorrow?
3
You should take it up.
4 14 encouraged
2 are employed 15 had produced
3 are played I get on well with them.
5
They brought them up to be very
6 16 held
4 Was breakfast included 17 were looking round
5 hosts polite.
7 Did you look it up in your 18 was interviewed
6 is growing 19 was described
7 study dictionary?
8 I’m really looking forward to it next 20 were sold
8 was redeveloped
9 are cut week. should/must/have to/be
10 is being repaired allowed to
Past tenses Stop and check 1B 1 mustn’t smoke in a pub
2 Are … allowed to park outside the
1 used to love Present tenses school?
2 spent 1 Are … enjoying 6 do … do 3 shouldn’t eat too much
3 had taught 2 think 7 go 4 don’t have to wear school uniform
4 stopped 3 want 8 does 5 Do … have to sign in at reception?
5 went 4 Do … work 9 study 6 must wear a seat belt in the UK
6 couldn’t 5 ’m doing 10 ’m working 7 weren’t allowed to vote in the 1800s
7 had left 8 had to work late
8 was sorting out Auxiliary verbs and short answers
9 came across 1 Did 5 Do
10 had been looking through 2 didn’t 6 do
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General revision Information questions 3 will 7 we’ll have


4 will 8 we’re buying
1 Did 11 paid 1 g  2 a  3 d  4 b  5 h  6 e  7 c  8 f
2 were talking 12 ’ve 2 1 is going to be
3 I’ve been looking 13 saw Present Perfect and time 2 might win
4 I’m thinking 14 used expressions 3 will
5 I don’t 15 was 1 1 shot 4 is improving
6 have 16 been 2 ’ve been relaxing 5 he’s not passing
7 I’m not 17 earns 3 were 6 I will see
8 gives 18 being 4 ’ve been spending
9 ever 19 Should 5 have been shown Verb patterns
10 with 20 got 6 did … say 1 seeing 8 to hold
7 liked 2 going 9 playing
Vocabulary 8 looked 3 revise 10 to get
1 You should take it up.
1 9 has been reported 4 to do 11 to send
Did you look it up on the Net?
2 10 ’ve … experienced 5 feeling 12 to meet up
Can you look after her tomorrow?
3 11 lost 6 walking 13 studying
Do you take after him?
4 12 ’ve … put 7 stopped 14 to update
I get on well with them.
5 13 has been criticized
They brought them up to be very
6 14 Did … see
Information questions
active. 1 g  2 h  3 d  4 a  5 c  6 b  7 e  8 f
2 1 He worked as a designer in the
7 Did you pick it up quickly?
8 I’m really looking forward to it next
1990s. Present Perfect and time
week.
2 She’s been a nurse for five years. expressions
3 Have you found your car keys yet? 1 1 shot
2 1 money 3 paintbrush 4 We’ve been travelling since May. 2 ’ve been relaxing
2 chop 4 weed 5 They’ve already finished the 3 were
3 1 square 3 heart decorating. 4 ’ve been spending
2 bread 4 blood 6 Have you ever been to New 5 have been shown
Zealand? 6 did … say
7 I have never ridden a camel. 7 liked
Stop and check 2A 8 My brother couldn’t walk until he 8 looked
was two.
General revision 9 has been reported
Verb patterns 10 ’ve … experienced
1 ’ve been working
11 lost
2 to take 1 seeing 8 to hold
12 ’ve … put
3 is going 2 going 9 playing
13 has been criticized
4 might/may/will 3 revise 10 to get
14 Did … see
5 How 4 to do 11 to send
6 has 5 feeling 12 to meet up 2 1 Have you found your mobile yet?
7 ’ll have 6 walking 13 studying 2 He’s been an architect for five years.
8 ’ll send 7 stopped 14 to update 3 We’ve already finished redecorating.
9 about 4 They’ve been travelling since
10 has happened Vocabulary September.
11 to sell 1 1 happiness 5 creative 5 She worked as an interior designer
12 moving 2 useless 6 reaction in the 1990s.
13 what 3 informal 7 imagination 6 My little sister couldn’t talk until she
14 yet 4 unhelpful 8 automatically was two.
15 might/may 7 I have never ridden an elephant.
16 been 2 1 relaxed 5 fast
8 Have you ever been to South Africa?
17 to have 2 heavily 6 wrong
18 hearing 3 tiring 7 hard General revision
4 well 8 hand-made
1 ’ve been working 10 has happened
Future forms, may/might/could 3 1 c  2 e  3 b  4 g  5 a  6 h  7 d  2 to take 11 to sell
1 1 might 5 I’m seeing 8f 3 is going 12 moving
2 are going 6 I’ll ask 4 might/may 13 what
3 will 7 we’ll have 5 How 14 yet
4 will 8 we’re buying Stop and check 2B 6 has 15 might/may
Future forms, may/might/could 7 ’ll have 16 been
2 1 I will see 4 is improving
8 ’ll send 17 to have
2 might win 5 will 1 1 might 5 I’m seeing
9 about 18 hearing
3 is going to be 6 I’m not passing 2 are going 6 I’ll ask

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Stop and check answers Intermediate FOURTH EDITION

Vocabulary 4 Eddie to take the dog for a walk wouldn’t have missed our
5 (that) everyone would have a great connection.
1 1 reaction 5 automatically
time 2 If we’d bought a lottery ticket, we
2 happiness 6 useless
6 me if I spoke German might have won.
3 informal 7 imagination
7 Lucy to turn the classroom lights off 3 You shouldn’t have left your
4 unhelpful 8 creative
8 (that) Jane got to work at about handbag in the car.
2 1 f  2 e  3 a  4 h  5 c  6 g  7 d  8 b 9.30 a.m. 4 If you had told me about the
9 (that) she couldn’t get her computer problem, I could have helped you.
3 1 tiring 5 well
to work 5 If he’d asked her out, she might
2 heavily 6 wrong
10 if I had done the shopping have said yes.
3 hard 7 relaxed
11 to give her a lift home 6 You should have stayed at home.
4 fast 8 hand-made
12 the children not to open the window
Modals of deduction, look (like)
Stop and check 3A Vocabulary 1 could 6 must
1 1 won 7 shout 2 must 7 might
General revision 2 borrowed 8 steal 3 like 8 look
1 stayed 11 why 3 admit 9 heard 4 have left 9 could
2 have 12 said 4 complain 10 pay 5 can’t 10 can’t
3 had/’d 13 Anita’s 5 did 11 gossiping
4 would 14 herself 6 tell 12 argued Noun phrases
5 could 15 must 1 b  2 c  3 b  4 c  5 b  6 c  7 a  8 a
2 1 traffic jam 7 waiting room
6 were 16 everything 9 c  10 b  11 a  12 c
2 departure lounge 8 estate agent
7 the 17 like
8 be 18 mine
3 hairdresser 9 tea cup General revision
4 wallpaper 10 motorway 1 stayed 11 why
9 Everyone 19 the/your
5 sunglasses 11 chairman 2 have 12 said
10 each 20 yourself
6 credit card 12 briefcase 3 had 13 Nancy’s
Conditionals 3 1 eat up 6 sort … out 4 would 14 herself
1 1 would … do; were 2 break out of 7 find out 5 could 15 must
2 saw; would panic 3 break up 8 come up with 6 were 16 everything
3 would come; could 4 fall out 9 save up 7 the 17 like
4 wouldn’t get; sold 5 make up 10 take up 8 be 18 mine
5 had; would take 9 Everyone 19 the
6 didn’t visit; would be 10 each other 20 yourself
Stop and check 3B
2 1 You shouldn’t have left your laptop
Reported speech Vocabulary
in the car.
1 1 take up 6 fall out
2 If he’d asked her out, she might have 1 (that) everyone would have a great
2 make up 7 come up with
said yes. time
3 eat up 8 sort … out
3 If train hadn’t been late, we wouldn’t 2 if I/we had done the washing-up
4 find out 9 save up
have missed our flight. 3 (that) Frank got to work at about
5 break out of 10 break up
4 You should have stayed at home. 8.30 a.m.
5 If we’d bought a lottery ticket, we 4 Lucy to turn the CD player off 2 1 admit 7 argued
might have won. 5 (that) he was looking for a new flat 2 heard 8 complain
6 If you had told me about the 6 their car had been stolen 3 pay 9 borrowed
accident, I could have helped you. 7 Steve to take the dog for a walk 4 tell 10 gossiping
8 why I/we had missed the bus 5 won 11 did
Noun phrases 9 (that) he couldn’t get his phone to work 6 steal 12 shout
1 b  2 b  3 c  4 c  5 a  6 c  7 b  8 a  10 the children not to close the window
3 1 hairdresser 8 waiting room
9 c  10 a  11 b  12 c 11 to give her a lift home
2 traffic jam 9 briefcase
12 me/us if I/we understood Dutch
Modals of deduction, look (like) 3 teacup 10 estate agent
Conditionals 4 wallpaper 11 departure
1 could 6 have left
5 sunglasses lounge
2 can’t 7 like 1 1 saw; would be
6 motorway 12 chairman
3 might 8 can’t 2 didn’t phone; would be
7 credit card
4 must 9 must 3 wouldn’t get; sold
5 look 10 could 4 had; would take
5 wou ld come; could
Reported speech 6 would … do; were
1 (that) he was looking for a new job
2 1 If plane hadn’t been late, we
2 their car had been stolen
3 why I had missed the train

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