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Introduction 10 1. honest 5. worried


2. brave 6. scared
Vocabulary – page 4 3. clever 7. thirsty
4. kind 8. calm
1 1. musician 7. secretary
2. cleaner 8. doctor Grammar – page 6
3. driver 9. mechanic
4. salesperson 10. waiter 1 1. There are some beautiful flowers in the field at the
5. hairdresser 11. dentist moment.
6. painter 2. There isn’t any food for the pigs now.
3. Was there a test yesterday?
2 1. writer 5. businessperson 4. There isn’t much rain at the moment.
2. cook 6. tour guide 5. Were there many guests at the party last night?
3. actor 7. singer
4. astronaut 8. photographer 2 1. much / a lot of 5. a lot of / many
2. a 6. any
3 1. e 5. l 9. m 13. h 3. many / a lot of 7. an
2. g 6. n 10. a 14. b 4. some
3. i 7. j 11. f
4. k 8. c 12. d 3 1. arrive, e (don’t stay)
2. doesn’t … make, a (don’t … eat)
4 1. turtle 4. cow 3. visit, b (hate)
2. Beetles 5. elephant 4. doesn’t like, d (drinks)
3. rabbit 6. Kangaroos 5. don’t … take, c (think)

page 5 4 1. is
… travelling; by train
2. Are … going; Yes, they are.
5 aeroplane minivan 3. are … eating; grass
boat electric bike 4. Is … reading; No, he isn’t.
car taxi 5. are … sailing; an island
jeep tram 6. Are … playing; No, they aren’t.
ferry helicopter
Air: aeroplane, helicopter 5 1. the biggest 5. as noisy as
Land: car, jeep, minivan, electric bike, taxi, tram 2. tall enough 6. the best
Water: boat, ferry 3. too difficult 7. the least popular
4. not as frightening as 8. the most beautiful
6 1. ship
4. underground
2. car 5. Only two Getting Ready for Writing – page 7
3. bike 6. move furniture
1 1. d 2. c 3. a 4. b
7 1. countryside 8. moon
2. air 9. path 2 Opening paragraph: 1, 6
3. grass 10. planet Body of the text: 2, 4
4. ground 11. hill Closing paragraph: 3, 5
5. field 12. rainforest Speaking
6. forest 13. volcano
7. lake 14. flowers 3 1. I’m responsible for 5. He’s a new student
2. Welcome to our school 6. I’m Owen
8 1. leaf, tree 5. mountain, valley 3. I’d like to introduce you 7. Nice to meet you
2. star, sky 6. waterfall, river 4. Come and meet
3. island, ocean 7. beaches, coasts
4. rocks, canyon 8. sand dune, desert 4 1. What page are we on?
2. Can I borrow your book, please?
9 1. interesting 6. modern 3. I can’t find my pencil.
2. straight 7. narrow 4. What does the word boring mean?
3. simple 8. noisy 5. How do you spell mechanic?
4. enormous 9. outgoing 6. Can you repeat that, please?
5. lazy 10. quick 7. What is the homework?
8. When is the homework due?

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MODULE 1 3 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.


Section A Grammar
Vocabulary – page 8 1 1. d 2. b 3. a 4. e 5. c

1 1. audience 5. hero 2 1 1. watched 2. loved 3. danced


2. viewer 6. heroine
2 1. didn’t know 2. sang 3. began
3. make-up artist 7. director
4. costume designer
3 1. didn’t want 2. gave 3. enjoyed
4 1. invented 2. didn’t need 3. played
2 1. soundtrack 4. setting 5 1. stopped 2. started 3. didn’t believe
2. plot 5. costume designer 4.
stood
3. trailer page 11
3 1. setting 5. supporting actors 3 1. were making
2. director 6. make-up artist 2. was playing, were having
3. special effects 7. character 3. Were … listening
4. lead role 8. scene 4. wasn’t sitting
5. Was … watching
4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. 6. weren’t travelling
Grammar – page 9
4 1. enjoyed 8. filmed
1 1. know, acts 4. aren’t planning, is 2. was driving 9. was sitting
2. doesn’t relax, is working 5. love, are waiting 3. looked 10. singing
3. make, have 4. were singing 11. loved
5. got 12. became
2 1. is starting 7. doesn’t … look 6. appeared 13. asked
2. are … getting up 8. is wearing 7. invited
3. aren’t sitting 9. want
4. are … doing 10. makes 5 1. used to listen
5. am moving 11. don’t enjoy 2. used to be
6. am coming 12. stop 3. Did … use to go
4. didn’t use to like
3 1. Tom is meeting new people at the moment. 5. used to play, used to sing
2. Do you swim every day? 6. used to go
3. Donna isn’t eating salad right now.
Speaking
4. I am working now, so I can’t go out.
5. Claire walks to school on Mondays. 6 1. c 2. b 3. e 4. d 5. a
6. Once a week, I write my blog.
Section C
Speaking
Vocabulary – page 12
4 1. any good 5. I think it’s
2. really enjoyed 6. What about 1 1. g 3. h 5. a 7. e 9. d
3. I’d like it 7. Who’s your 2. j 4. b 6. c 8. f 10. i
4. What’s your opinion 8. of course
2 1. disgusting 5. myth
Section B 2. fairy tale 6. incredible
Vocabulary – page 10 3. journal 7. thrilling
4. ordinary 8. poem
1 Instruments: drums, flute, cello, violin, trumpet
People: fan, perfomer, songwriter, band, orchestra
3 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
Places: studio, stage Grammar
2 A 1. performance C 6. perform 1 1. is found (Aladdin)
2. live concert 7. tempo 2. is made (Pinocchio)
B 3. tune D 8. studio 3. isn’t killed (George and the Dragon)
4. video clip 9. recording 4. is turned into (King Midas)
5. fan 5. isn’t invited (Cinderella)
6. aren’t eaten (Hansel and Gretel)
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2 1. How many trees are destroyed in the USA to make Listening (CD 5, Track 1)
books?
Over 30 million trees are cut down for this every Sam: Hey, Gail. You look tired. What time did you go to
year. sleep last night?
2. Are more e-books bought than paper books in the Gail: At about 3 o’clock in the morning. I was reading a
UK? novel.
No, more paper books are sold there than e-books. Sam: Wow! It must be a good book! Did you finish it?
3. How many books are preserved in the US Library of Gail: Yes. I really liked it.
Congress? Sam: What’s the title?
Over 38 million books are kept there.
Gail: Good Enough. It was written by an American writer,
4. What is the Tower of Babel and where is it found? Paula Yoo.
The Tower of Babel is made from books in many
Sam: Who’s the main character?
languages and it is found in Argentina.
Gail: Patti. She’s an ordinary schoolgirl.
page 13 Sam: Is the plot interesting?
Gail: I think it is. The setting is the USA in the present.
3 1. were written 4. was built
Patti’s parents want her to study very hard and go to
2. was made 5. was pulled university. But she just wants to meet friends in the
3. wasn’t used 6. were stolen evenings and play her violin.
Sam: Is it a true story?
4 1. are called 4. wasn’t kept
Gail: No. It’s young adult fiction. But Patti is like many
2. was printed 5. were removed
real teenagers. She’s worried about school and what
3. weren’t borrowed 6. wasn’t damaged her parents think. She also wants to find her own
way in life and it’s difficult for her.
5 1. weren’t written 5. aren’t typed
Sam: It sounds very serious.
2. was invented 6. is recorded
Gail: Actually, it isn’t. I think it’s really amusing. Paula
3. weren’t sold 7. are written
Yoo’s a great writer. Do you want to read it?
4. was … used
Sam: Erm … No, thanks. I used to read a lot of fiction.
Speaking Now, I prefer real-life adventures. Right now, I’m
reading a thrilling adventure story about a climbing
6 1. What is the title? accident. The accident happened in the mountains in
2. Who wrote it? Peru in 1985. You should read the book!
3. What is the genre? Gail: What’s the title?
4. What is the setting? Sam:  Touching the Void. It was written by Joe Simpson,
5. Who is the main character? one of the climbers. I think his story is incredible.
6. What is the plot? Gail: Sounds good. Please lend it to me when you finish
7. What’s your opinion of the book? reading it.

Reading – page 14 3 Good Enough


1. young adult fiction
1 1. present-day England 2. USA in the present
2. is dying 3. playing the violin
3. sad, amusing 4. really liked it / really amusing
4. he isn’t an ordinary teenager
5. Norse mythology fans Touching the Void
1. real-life adventure
2 1. every night at seven minutes past midnight 2. mountains in Peru (in 1985)
2. an imaginary character in his dreams 3. climbing
3. dangerous 4. incredible
4. It is attacked by a giant monster.
5. Yes. She loves fantasy novels with a lot of action and 4 1. reading a novel
thrilling adventures. 2. an American writer / the writer of Good Enough
3. her parents
4. a lot of fiction
5. one of the climbers / the writer of Touching the Void
Writing – page 15
1 1. awful 4. very badly
2. beautifully 5. incredible
3. extremely 6. highly

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2 1. O 2. F 3. F 4. O 5. F 6. O 7. O 9 1. Today, Jack’s poems are known in many countries.


2. The film wasn’t shown at the festival last week.
3 1. incredible 5. In my opinion 3. The last ticket was bought an hour ago.
2. horrible 6. thrilling 4. How often are the actor’s costumes changed each
3. terribly 7. I think day?
4. extremely 8. highly 5. Was your violin made in the 1800s?
6. Magazines aren’t sold in this shop today.
4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. 7. How long ago were the stories written?
Progress Check 8. This tune is often played on the radio.

Vocabulary – page 16 10 1. There was 5. much


2. were talking 6. are killed
1 1. amusing 5. tune 3. as interesting as 7. use to
2. fan 6. poet 4. did the concert finish 8. am recording
3. stage 7. plot
4. drums 8. trumpet 11 Translation
1. Fans climbed on to the stage while the band was /
2 1. c 2. e 3. f 4. b 5. a 6. d were playing.
Sentences: 2. The performer told a thrilling fairy tale.
1. special effects 4. video clip 3. Did people use to believe this ancient myth?
2. make-up artist 5. lead role 4. The band isn’t / aren’t doing any live concerts this
3. costume designer 6. fairly tale year.
5. Is the video clip watched by viewers every day?
3 1. thrilling 4. ancient
Standards Check
2. incredible 5. setting
3. imaginary 6. perform Written Comprehension – page 18
4 1. giant 6. mammal 1 1. F 2. DS 3. T 4. DS 5. T 6. F
2. unimportant 7. frightening
3. mechanic 8. take 2 1. Neil Armstrong
4. fiction 9. soundtrack 2. real-life heroes
5. aeroplane 10. drive 3. there were strong winds
4. shows how brave firefighters are
Dictation (CD 5, Track 2) 5. water or electricity
6. very inspiring
5 In live concerts of the past, bands and singers performed
their music, but these performances didn’t use to Written Production
include special effects. Today, audiences don’t just see
the performers playing their music, but they’re also 3 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
amazed by the incredible effects on the stage.
Oral Comprehension – page 19
Grammar (CD 5, Track 3)

6 1. am not writing 4. are … waiting Host:  Please welcome our next guest. He’s the winner
2. create 5. doesn’t play of this year’s Top Talent Competition, singer
and songwriter Bobby Weiler.
3. isn’t playing 6. Do … read
Bobby: Thank you!
page 17 Host:  Bobby, what does it feel like being famous and
having so many fans?
7 1. went 8. didn’t think Bobby: 
Well, I can’t really believe it. Just a year ago, I
2. were returning 9. brought was a car salesman.
3. heard 10. did … come Host: 
That’s right. And now you’ve got a number 1 hit
4. sounded 11. Were … sending album.
5. continued 12. didn’t think Bobby:  Yes, it’s incredible. It’s all happening so
6. started 13. believed quickly.
7. were doing Host: So tell us about yourself, Bobby. I know you
didn’t perform in front of an audience until
8 1. Did … use to learn 4. did … use to perform you were 18. Can you tell us about your first
2. didn’t use to read 5. didn’t use to have performance?
3. used to work Bobby: Well, the singer in a school musical was ill, so
I was asked to perform in his place. It was very
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Host: How did you do? Grammar
Bobby: I actually sang well! After that, I wasn’t
frightened of singing any more, but I didn’t think 1 1. has dived 4. have searched for treasure
I was good enough to make music my career. 2. hasn’t organised a trip 5. have … ridden a camel
Host: So you became a car salesman. 3. have … led an expedition 6. has survived
Bobby: Yes, I sold cars for two years.
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Host: Did you use to sing for family or friends when
you were young? 2 1. Have … flown 4. has … located
Bobby: No! Never! But I loved music. I used to listen to 2. climbed 5. did … return
Radiohead a lot while I was growing up. I think 3. haven’t seen 6. didn’t organise
they’re brilliant. That’s why I started playing
the guitar. Two years ago, I heard Julian Bliss
playing the clarinet at a live concert. He plays
3 1. Have … heard 8. has changed
incredibly well. So anyway, I taught myself to 2. went 9. has had
play the clarinet too. 3. used 10. has caused
Host: That’s amazing! So what made you start 4. started 11. has washed
performing? 5. destroyed 12. have arrived
Bobby: I heard about the Top Talent Competition. I didn’t 6. hasn’t allowed 13. has become
think I could win, but I decided to try anyway – 7. has begun
just for fun. Then my life changed.
Host: It certainly did, Bobby! Now you’re a famous 4 1. has already been to
singer and songwriter. Will you play something 2. haven’t lived in that house since
for us, please? 3. hasn’t played football for
Bobby: Yes, of course. I’ll play a tune from my album, 4. have just arrived
Magic Now. 5. Have you ever been
Host: Great! 6. hasn’t left yet
7. How long have you been
4 1. singer 6. Radiohead
2. songwriter 7. Julian Bliss 5 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
3. car salesman 8. guitar Speaking
4. 18 9. clarinet
5. in a school musical 10. Magic Now 6 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
Oral Production Section B
5 1. b 2. c 3. c 4. b 5. a Vocabulary – page 22
1 1. signpost 5. put up a tent
MODULE 2 2. campsite 6. build a campfire
3. trail 7. backpacking
Section A 4. hitchhike 8. sleeping bag
Vocabulary – page 20
2 1. accommodation 4. signpost
1 1. dive 4. dream 2. set out 5. trail
2. hide 5. sink 3. find a ride 6. spent the night
3. share 6. search
3 1. planning a route 4. putting up our tent
2 1. notice 5. follow 2. packing my bag 5. building a campfire
2. refuse 6. lead 3. spending the night 6. crossing the ocean
3. survive 7. locate
4. quit 4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
Grammar – page 23
3 1. organise 5. lead
2. approve 6. quit 1 1. had arrived 4. hadn’t found
3. overcome 7. encourage 2. had received 5. hadn’t put
4. succeed 3. hadn’t seen 6. had died
The ship is the Titanic.
4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.

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2 1. Had the captain of the ship already known about 3 1. Had your mother been a lifeguard before she got
icebergs in the area? married?
2. Had he changed his route because of the warnings? 2. When did you learn to swim?
3. Had the ship already hit an iceberg when the captain 3. Had your father won a gold medal by the time he
realised what was happening? was 19?
4. Why had people jumped into the water before the ship 4. Where had Lucy been before you met her?
sank? 5. When did your aunt write her autobiography?
5. What had happened by the time help arrived? 6. Did they work out yesterday?

3 1. Yes, he had. 4 1. He was unhappy because he hadn’t scored a goal.


2. No, he hadn’t. 2. Her parents called after they had heard the news.
3. Yes, it had. 3. By the time she was 16, she had become a
4. Because they hadn’t found a place in a lifeboat. professional tennis player.
5. most of the passengers had died 4. After he had caught the ball, he shot it into the net.
5. They hadn’t scored by the end of the game.
4 1. hadn’t enjoyed 5. had … tried 6. Sue hadn’t played basketball before she left school.
2. had … seen 6. had … destroyed
3. hadn’t done 7. hadn’t gone Speaking
4. had tied 8. had flown
5 1. What did Jim
5 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. 2. had taken his bags to the room
3. had finished lunch
Speaking 4. What did he do after
5. After he had worked out
6 1. b 2. d 3. a 4. e 5. c
Reading – page 26
Section C
Vocabulary – page 24 1 1. didn’t need her help any more
2. help children
1 1. pitch 7. champion 3. Mama Lynn
2. bat 8. swimming cap 4. abandoned
3. referee 9. court 5. in her 70s
4. lifeguard 10. net
5. goggles 11. swimming pool
2 1. the Kilimanjaro and Manyara regions
2. food kitchens, water tanks and accommodation for
6. goalkeeper
thousands of children
2 1. b. 2. a 3. b 4. a 5. a 6. b 7. b 8. a 3. They learn skills to help them succeed in the world.
4. She has started a farm to provide jobs for them.
3 1. work out 5. champion(s) 5. to raise money for her charity
2. goalkeeper 6. pitch Listening (CD 5, Track 4)
3. position 7. swimming pool
4. defeated / beat Mick: Hi, Ann. What are you reading?
Grammar – page 25 Ann: Hi, Mick. I’m reading a book about famous
women travellers ... One day, I want to travel and
set a world record, like Tee Morgan.
1 1. had finished 4. had planned, left
2. hadn’t seen, arrived 5. went, had had Mick: Who’s Tee Morgan?
3. hadn’t worked out 6. had won, broke Ann: She’s a 44-year-old mother from Nigeria. She’s
recently broken a world record for running seven
2 1. stayed 7. had … opened half marathons on each continent. She completed
them in the incredible time of just under 11 days.
2. hadn’t been 8. wanted
That’s the fastest time ever for a woman.
3. entered 9. hadn’t planned
Mick: Has she run in races since she was a child?
4. had changed 10. didn’t want
5. had added 11. had finished Ann: No. She hadn’t done any sport until she was 35.
6. had … got 12. went Mick: Wow! Why did she suddenly want to break a
world record?
Ann: She had always dreamed about having her name
in Guinness World Records. But then she got
married, had four children and put on a lot of
weight. So she didn’t think it was possible.
Mick: But she overcame all the obstacles and broke a
world record – that’s incredible!

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Ann: Yes, it is. 4 1. sheep 6. hid
Mick: What record do you want to break, Ann? You 2. planet 7. performance
can’t run very fast. 3. stage 8. sleeping bag
Ann: Well, nobody has climbed to the top of Mount 4. trailer 9. disgusting
Gangkhar Puensum yet. 5. motorbike 10. shot
Mick: Where’s that?
Ann: It’s a mountain in Bhutan, in South Asia. It’s over
Dictation (CD 5, Track 5)
7,000 metres high. People have tried to climb it
before, but no one has succeeded because of the 5 Ben and his friends set out early this morning. Now
bad weather. they’ve stopped to spend the night at a campsite. Ben
has put up their tent and his friends have built the
Mick: Have you ever climbed a mountain before? campfire. They hadn’t planned their route before they
Ann: No, I’m afraid of heights. left, so they aren’t sure which trail to follow.
Mick: Ha, ha! Well, I don’t think you’ll ever break that
record! Grammar – page 29
Ann: You’re right! But I love cycling. British cyclist
Mark Beaumont cycled around the world in 78 6 1. Have … packed 4. have … found
days. I might beat that record one day. 2. haven’t travelled 5. Has … set out
Mick: Erm … I think you should start practising now! 3. have played 6. hasn’t scored

3 1. c 2. a 3. b 4. c 5. a 7 1. They got lost because they hadn’t seen the trail.


2. By June, I had organised our trip.
4 1. 44 4. four 3. How long had you practised before the game started?
2. 11 5. 7,000 4. He didn’t quit until he had defeated the champion.
3. 35 6. 78 5. Where did the boat sink last year?
6. It hadn’t snowed for many years.
Writing – page 27
1 1. Although 4. although
8 1. drove, hadn’t noticed
2. had … visited, didn’t go
2. but 5. but
3. had … been, saw
3. However
4. didn’t set out, had packed
2 1. in order to / to 4. to 5. hadn’t played, joined
2. so that 5. so that 6. Had … left, got
3. In order to / To
9 1. believes 6. used
3 1. but 4. However 2. more creative than 7. swim
2. to / in order to 5. Although 3. have … transformed 8. listen
3. so that 4. did … think 9. used to sit
5. hadn’t seen
4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
10 Translation
Progress Check 1. Had they followed us to the campsite?
Vocabulary – page 28 2. She has defeated the champion!
3. They haven’t approved the backpacking trip.
1 1. approve 5. encourage 4. He had worked out before he arrived.
2. notice 6. follow 5. I refused to wear a swimming cap.
3. sink 7. shared Standards Check
4. quit 8. survive
Written Comprehension – page 30
2 1. spend the night, accommodation
2. notice, signpost 1 1. Rickshaw Race 4. Rickshaw Race
3. set out, trail 2. Mongol Rally 5. Mongol Derby
4. put up our tent, campsite 3. Mongol Derby 6. Mongol Rally
5. organised, pitch
6. plan a route, backpacking 2 1. a big car 4. countries
2. find your own route 5. horses
3 1. bat 6. net 3. river 6. Siberia
2. lifeguard 7. pitch
3. signpost(s) 8. referee
4. finish first 9. score
5. court 10. work out

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3 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. Section A
Oral Comprehension – page 31 Vocabulary – page 32
(CD 5, Track 6)
1 1. a bird 6. a cat
Travel agent: Good morning, Mr Brown. Welcome back! 2. an elephant 7. a bird
How was your trip to Spain? 3. a cat 8. a cat / a bird
Mr Brown: Amazing, thank you Jenny! I really enjoyed 4. a bird 9. a cat
it. 5. an elephant
Travel agent: That’s great. How can I help you today?
Mr Brown: I’d like to book a holiday in India. I want to
2 1. horns 4. species
visit friends in New Delhi at the beginning 2. tail 5. fins
of December. Then I want to tour around 3. skin 6. poisonous
for a few days. After that, I’d like to go
somewhere with a beach. 3 1. protected 4. harmless
Travel agent: Have you ever been to India before? 2. invasive 5. endangered
Mr Brown: Yes. I went to a wedding there in 2008. 3. exotic
Travel agent: Where was it?
4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
Mr Brown: In New Delhi.
Travel agent: Did you travel around while you were there? Grammar
Mr Brown: Well, I visited the most beautiful building in
the world – the Taj Mahal.
1 1. will move
2. will become / am going to become
Travel agent: That’s true, it’s amazing! Where did you go
3. are going to visit
after you’d visited the Taj Mahal?
4. won’t have
Mr Brown: After that, I went to Agra Fort, the ancient
5. is going to start / starts
home of Mughal emperors. One emperor
added windows to the fort with views of the 6. is going to work
Taj Mahal. It’s an incredible place. Then, I
returned to Delhi for my flight home. 2 1. What (animals) will become extinct? /
Travel agent: Well, there’s a lot more to see in the area. Which animals will become extinct?
Have you ever been on a tiger safari? 2. Why are world leaders meeting next month?
Mr Brown: No, I haven’t. I’d love that! 3. Will you wear a fur coat?
4. Where is John going to study exotic animals?
Travel agent: Well, there’s a Bengal tiger safari at the
Ranthambhore National Park. It’s not far 5. Is John going on a safari next week?
from New Delhi. But you must spend the 6. When do the scientists leave for the Arctic?
night there in order to see the tigers early
in the morning. After that, you can visit
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the Jantar Mantar observatory and a Sikh
temple. I’ll plan a route for you. 3 1. Are … coming / Will … come / Are … going to come
2. are … giving / are … going to give
Mr Brown: That sounds great.
3. starts
Travel agent: After that, you can fly to Goa. There are
4. am going to show / am showing
some lovely beaches in the area.
5. will see / are going to see
Mr Brown: Oh, I’ve seen pictures of the beaches in Goa
6. will … become
– they look beautiful.
7. will … disappear
Travel agent: OK, then. I’ll send you some information
8. will … do / are … going to do
and then we can discuss dates for the flights.
9. won’t be
Mr Brown: Great! Thanks very much.
10. will need / are going to need
4 1. Spain 4. spend the night
4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
2. 2008 5. (lovely) beaches
3. Agra Fort 6. send some information
Oral Production
5
1.
c 2.
e 3.
a 4.
b 5.
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Speaking 5 Possible answers
1. People will / won’t be living in poverty in the year
5 1. It isn’t 4. exotic animal 2050.
2. It’s got 5. wide beak 2. Students will / won’t be studying at school at 8 o’clock
3. black and white 6. feathers tomorrow morning / won’t be studying at school in the
(A Dutch rabbit) (A golden parakeet) summer.
3. It will / won’t be snowing at 8 o’clock tomorrow
Section B morning. / It won’t be snowing in the summer.
Vocabulary – page 34 4. Most people will be sleeping at 12 o’clock tonight.
5. The city will be building an underground transport
1 1. motorway 4. litter system in ten years’ time.
2. slum 5. traffic jam Speaking
3. graffiti 6. mayor
6 1. If you ask me 3. the main disadvantage of
2 1. d 2. f 3. e 4. a 5. c 6. b 2. I disagree 4. I agree
1. speed limit 4. open spaces
2. job opportunities 5. urban farm Section C
3. residential areas 6. stray animals Vocabulary – page 36
3 1. improve 5. suburbs 1 1. headache 4. sting
2. advantages 6. homeless 2. bite 5. cut
3. disadvantage 7. crowded 3. sore throat 6. dizzy
4. poverty
2 1. a 2. b 3. a 4. c 5. c 6. a 7. b 8. c
4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
Grammar 3 1. recover 5. an upset stomach
2. cough 6. temperature
1 1. won’t be meeting 4. will be creating 3. get worse 7. breathing problems
2. will be living 5. won’t be working 4. bleed 8. cold
3. will be building 6. won’t be waiting
4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct anwers.
page 35
Grammar
2 1. will be working 4. won’t be painting
2. won’t be feeding 5. will be going 1 1. don’t feel, will stay
3. won’t be preparing 6. will be helping 2. won’t drop, take
3. will visit, phone
3 1. What will you be doing at this time tomorrow? 4. don’t move, won’t sting
2. Will you and your family be staying at home this 5. won’t need, gets
weekend? 6. will be, finishes
3. What will your class be studying at this time next year? page 37
4. Will you be moving to a different city at some time in
the future? 2 1. wouldn’t feel, went 4. would recover, stayed
5. Will you and your friends be chatting online at 10 2. took, would get 5. wore, wouldn’t hurt
o’clock tonight?
3. would wash, were
Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
3 1. need 4. finds
4 1. Will … be living 4. will be flying 2. wouldn’t be 5. will grow
2. will be building 5. will be attending 3. try 6. would save
3. will be moving 6. won’t be going

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4 1. We would have won the game if the goalkeeper Vet: Well, I’m visiting a house in Gatley on Tuesday, so
hadn’t injured his arm. it won’t be a problem.
2. If the boy hadn’t hit the dog, it wouldn’t have bitten Sam: Thank you very much.
him. Vet: You’re welcome, Sam.
3. You wouldn’t have got a cold if you had worn your
coat. 3 1. weak 4. improve
4. If I hadn’t taken the medicine, I wouldn’t have 2. temperature 5. city
recovered so quickly. 3. drink
5. Marie would have gone to school today if she hadn’t
been ill. 4 1. sneezing
6. If Ben had eaten breakfast, he wouldn’t have felt 2. cat flu
weak. 3. Because there aren’t any for cat flu.
4. Because her mouth is sore.
5 1. wouldn’t have fallen, had taken 5. Because she is visiting a house near Sam’s house.
2. hadn’t been talking, wouldn’t have ridden
3. would have broken, hadn’t fallen Writing – page 39
4. wouldn’t have stopped, hadn’t used
5. hadn’t called, wouldn’t have got
1 1. like 4. For example
2. For example 5. like
Speaking 3. such as

6 1. d 2. b 3. a 4. c 2 1. They have reduced the speed limit in the area.


In addition / Moreover / Also, there are more
Reading – page 38 roundabouts.
2. I’ve got a headache and a sore throat. In addition /
1 1. DS 2. T 3. F 4. F 5. DS 6. T Moreover / Also, my stomach hurts.
3. There are stray animals everywhere. In addition /
2 1. about 62% Moreover / Also, the streets are full of litter.
2. rats 4. Urban farms save energy and space. In addition /
3. Their picture could appear in the newspaper. Moreover / Also, they use 90% less water than other
4. They are an invasion of our privacy. farms.
5. watch people in the streets and talk to them through 5. A virus is killing the world’s bees. In addition /
the speakers Moreover / Also, we are poisoning them with
chemicals.
Listening (CD 5, Track 7)
Sam: Hello, Dr Davis. My cat, Lucy, won’t eat her food.
3 1. like / such as
2. For example
What’s wrong with her?
3. like / such as
Vet: She looks very weak. What other symptoms has she
got? 4. also
Sam: Well, the fur under her eyes and nose is wet. Also, 5. For example
she started sneezing this morning and her voice 6. In addition / Moreover / Also
sounds very strange. 7. also
Vet: Yes, I can hear she’s got a sore throat. I’m going to 8. like / such as
take her temperature ... It’s very high. I’m afraid 9. In addition / Moreover / Also
Lucy’s got cat flu.
Sam: Cat flu? Is that serious? 4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
Vet: Well, luckily you noticed the problem right away.
So if you follow my instructions, she’ll recover. If Progress Check
you had waited longer, it would have been more Vocabulary – page 40
difficult to help her.
Sam: Oh, poor Lucy! Are there any tablets for cat flu? 1 1. trunks 5. disadvantage
Vet: No, there aren’t. But you can do a lot to help. Her 2. graffiti 6. fins
mouth is sore, so she won’t eat if you give her hard 3. bites 7. Stray animals
food. Give her very soft food and mix it with water.
4. litter 8. tablet
Sam: Right, I’ll do that.
Vet: If she doesn’t drink, she’ll get worse. So encourage
her to drink a lot of water.
2 1. temperature 3. horn 5. paw
2. slum 4. beak 6. species
Sam: OK. I’m going to put her bowl of water next to her
bed.
Vet: Phone me on Tuesday and let me know how she is.
If she doesn’t improve, I’ll visit her at your home.
Sam: Thank you, but we don’t live here in the city any
more. We’ve moved to Gatley in the suburbs.

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3 1. e 2. b 3. d 4. a 5. c 6. f Standards Check
4 1. job opportunities 5. upset stomach
Written Comprehension – page 42
2. open spaces 6. get better 1 1. DS 3. T 5. F 7. DS
3. sore throat 7. speed limit
4. breathing problems 8. residential area
2. F 4. T 6. F

5 1. band 6. pitch
2 1. on walls and buildings in any city in the world
2. pictures
2. character 7. endangered
3. vandalised by graffiti
3. thrilling 8. in the suburbs
4. on specific walls
4. led 9. rainforest
5. share thoughts about politics and society
5. put up a tent 10. waiter
Written Production
Dictation (CD 5, Track 8)
6 I’m not feeling well. I’ve got a cold and a cough. Last 3 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
night, I also had a temperature and I felt dizzy. I won’t Oral Comprehension – page 43
be going to school tomorrow, but if I get worse, I’ll go (CD 5, Track 9)
to the doctor.
Radio
Grammar – page 41 ewsreader: Good morning! This is Mike Turner for
n
City Radio, and we’re talking about today’s
7 1. am going to see 4. will come main news. During the night, graffiti
2. opens 5. is going to visit appeared on buildings all over the city. The
3. will move 6. Does … close police have already received 23 calls from
business and shop owners. Home owners
have also reported damage to their homes
8 1. Tony will be doing a project on protected animals and cars.
this week.
2. Sam and Rachel won’t be coming to my house Detective Inspector Green, one of the
tonight. police officers investigating the crime, said
he had received the first call at 5.00 from
3. Hopefully I will be feeling better this time tomorrow.
Jason Sanders, a homeowner in the centre
of town. Mr Sanders reported graffiti on his
9 1. found, b 4. were, a front door and on his car. More calls were
2. will see, e 5. would buy, c received from angry residents during the
3. drives, d morning.
Shop owner Lisa Portman e-mailed us at
10 1. hadn’t been broken City Radio with the following: “I own a
2. would have picked you up from school fruit and vegetable shop and if you had
3. would have come very quickly walked past my shop this morning, you
4. hadn’t started raining would have been shocked. When I arrived
5. had bitten her at work, I saw graffiti painted on the shop
windows. I’m so angry, because people will
11 1. have visited 5. are given see this and they won’t want to come into
the shop. It will cost me a lot of money to
2. was built 6. has made
clean, so I think this is a terrible crime.”
3. enjoyed 7. protect
There were also reports of graffiti art on
4. didn’t have 8. spoke
the walls of train stations. However, not
everyone is upset about the graffiti: Katie
12 Translation M. saw a colourful graffiti picture on
1. Becky has got a temperature. Will she be going to her way to work and posted a photo on
school today? Instagram, saying, “This is better than ugly
2. If I were you, I would give these clothes to homeless grey walls” #art#beautiful. Police will be
people. investigating, and City Radio will keep you
3. My dad would get better if he ate healthy food. updated.
4. If I move to the suburbs, I will live near my friends. Meantime, if you have an opinion – or any
5. If Sam hadn’t gone on the safari, he wouldn’t have information about this issue – please call
seen the elephants’ big tusks. us at City Radio, or e-mail us. We’d love to
hear from you …

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4 1. e 2. d 3. g 4. a 5. c 5 Possible answers
1. You need to eat oranges because they contain vitamin C.
Oral Production 2. You should eat wholemeal bread.
5 1. In my opinion / If you ask me 3. You have to cook it before you eat it.
4. You mustn’t eat too much fried food.
2. I agree with you
5. You don’t have to eat them.
3. If you ask me / In my opinion
4. I think Speaking
5. I disagree
6 1. I think I’ll have 5. you have to think of
2. You really shouldn’t 6. do you suggest instead
MODULE 4 3. What’s wrong with 7. if I were you
Section A 4. You should stay away 8. That’s a good idea

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Vocabulary – page 46
1 1. salty 4. frozen
2. sour 5. fresh 1 a f e g p o f r w 1. chin
3. baked 6. sweet d n l k a y z s r 2. neck
r c b l e b n z i 3. shoulder(s)
2 1. d 2. e 3. a 4. b 5. c s h o u l d e r s
4. back
a i w r x u c k t
5. wrist
3 1. calories 6. Boiled
l
r
n
u
d
k
b
s
a
n
c
l
k
f
y
b
n
s
6. elbow
2. raw 7. Wholemeal q m b l k n e e c 7. knee
3. Fried 8. spicy e w v o e d y c n 8. ankle
4. cooked 9. tasty
5. Cholesterol 10. healthy 2 intestines lungs
wrist heart
4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. toes spine
brain bones
Grammar ribs thumb

1 1. don’t have to 4. shouldn’t


1. brain 6. lungs
2. ribs 7. intestines
2. mustn’t 5. don’t need to
3. thumb 8. heart
3. should 6. should
4. toes 9. spine
page 45 5. wrist 10. bones

2 1. shouldn’t 3 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.


2. should
Grammar
3. doesn’t need to / doesn’t have to
4. must / need to / have to 1 1. can’t 5. can’t
5. don’t need to / don’t have to 2. Could 6. Can
6. should 3. couldn’t 7. could, can’t
4. can
3 1. have to / need to
2. shouldn’t / don’t need to / don’t have to 2 1. Were … able to, was able to
3. should / have to / need to / must 2. are … able to, aren’t able to
4. must / have to / need to 3. Were … able to, weren’t able to
5. should 4. Are … able to, are able to
6. don’t have to / don’t need to 5. Will … be able to, will be able to
7. should / have to / need to

4 1. Do … need to / have to take


No, they don’t.
2. do … have to / need to keep; should / must … keep
Because they can be dangerous to children.
3. Do … have to / need to pay
No, they don’t.
4. should … eat
Because they can help prevent disease.

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page 47 4 1. well 5. faster than
2. badly 6. courageously
3 1. f; may / might 3. as high 7. less quickly than
2. d; may not / might not 4. as far 8. proudly
3. a; may not / might not
4. e; may / might 5 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
5. b; may not / might not
6. c; may / might
Speaking

4 1. are able to 7. wasn’t able to


6 1. I’d describe 4. The truth is
2. I think I’m 5. at all
2. can’t 8. doesn’t have to
3. I can’t say
3. is able to 9. will be able to
4. has to 10. shouldn’t Reading – page 50
5. must 11. won’t be able to
6. couldn’t 12. might not 1 1. hear music in stereo any more
2. cause even more damage
5 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. 3. 3D map
4. music professor
Speaking
5. music teacher / musician / saxophone player
6 1. b 2. a 3. c 4. e 5. d
2 1. in Fabbio’s brain
Section C 2. It could cause more damage (and destroy his career).
3. six months
Vocabulary – page 48
4. He listened to piano tunes and then sang them.
1 1. proud 5. selfish 5. They asked him to play a simple tune on the
saxophone.
2. messy 6. skilful
3. predictable 7. neat Listening (CD 5, Track 10)
4. hopeful 8. charming
Gary: You should see the movie 23 Blast, Pat. I really
2 1. anxious 6. pleasant enjoyed it.
2. courageous 7. cheerful Pat: What’s it about?
3. peaceful 8. ridiculous Gary: It’s a true story about an amazing man, Travis
4. curious 9. truthful Freeman. He can’t see at all, but he can play
5. nasty 10. efficient American football.
Pat: Gary, how can you play football when you can’t
3 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. see the ball? It’s impossible!
Grammar Gary: Anything’s possible when you try hard enough.
Pat: Was Freeman able to see when he was a child?
1 1. cheerfully 5. quietly Gary: He could see normally until he was 12 ... and he
2. truthfully 6. hard loved playing American football. But one day, he
3. anxiously 7. well had a really bad headache. Then, he suddenly lost
4. terribly the ability to see.
Pat: Could the doctors help him?
2 1. as quickly 4. weakly Gary: No, they couldn’t. But Freeman didn’t give up.
2. better 5. as efficiently He started playing football again and the coach
3. less aggressively 6. more beautifully changed his position on the team. He became
centre so he could find the starting position more
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Pat: What does the centre do in American football?
3 1. as truthfully as 5. as well as
Gary: He has to throw the ball between his legs to the
2. less efficiently than 6. harder than
player behind him. Then, he must run in front of
3. more politely than 7. worse than the players on the other team to prevent them from
4. more skilfully than getting the ball.
Pat: And Freeman was able to do that?
Gary: Yes. He could hear and sense the position of the
other players around him. In fact, the players on the
other team didn’t know he was blind at all.
Pat: Wow! He’s really skilful and courageous. American
football seems like a dangerous sport.

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Gary: Yes, people often get injured. Freeman became the first Grammar – page 53
blind football player ever. And he’s made other disabled
people more hopeful – people can overcome any 7 1. shouldn’t
obstacle to follow their dream. 2. mustn’t
3. must / have to / need to
3 1. could see 4. position 4. should / need to
2. with a headache 5. between his legs 5. don’t have to / don’t need to
3. weren’t able to 6. have to

4 1. you try hard enough 4. he was blind. 8 1. Can 4. may not


2. starting position 5. (really) skilful, courageous 2. might 5. isn’t able to
3. hear and sense it / them 6. blind football player ever 3. couldn’t
Writing – page 51 9 1. Are you able to play tennis tonight? d – can’t
1 1. As soon as 4. Suddenly
2. Do I need to eat fruit and vegetables? b – should
3. Can your brother lift 100 kilograms ? c – mustn’t
2. Eventually 5. after a while
4. Could you meet me at the coffee shop at 3.00 pm?
3. When
a – might
2 1. As a result / For this reason 4. so
10 1. anxiously 4. courageously
2. As a result / For this reason 5. As a result /
2. faster than 5. well
3. so For this reason
3. as quickly as 6. more skilfully than
3 1. when 4. After a while
11 1. healthily 5. is considered
2. As a result 5. Eventually
2. are 6. have travelled
3. suddenly 6. so
3. contains 7. well
4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. 4. will help 8. eat

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1. I can run faster than everyone in my class.
Vocabulary – page 52 2. My grandfather mustn’t eat butter because he’s
got high cholesterol.
1 1. raw 5. ankle
3. Sarah has got back problems and she needs to
2. messy 6. neck have an operation.
3. peaceful 7. Baked 4. Are you as messy as your sister?
4. healthy 8. cheerful 5. Do I have to go to the Indian restaurant with you?
I don’t like spicy food.
2 1. sugar 5. a salad
2. hard 6. definitely Standards Check
3. ribs 7. write
Written Comprehension – page 54
4. face 8. blood
1 1. e 2. b 3. d 4. a 5. c
3 1. cereal 5. meat
2. TV 6. salad 2 1. Because it improves concentration / helps you
3. foot 7. head relax.
4. chair 8. bored 2. Because they are full of carbohydrates and will
give you energy to learn.
4 1. anxious 5. predictable 3. So it won’t distract you.
2. spicy 6. proud 4. Before you go to bed.
3. pleasant 7. carbohydrates 5. for important ideas
4. truthful 8. reliable
Written Production
5 1. c 2. b 3. a 4. b 5. a 6. c 7. a 8. c
3 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
Dictation (CD 5, Track 11)
6 M
 y little brother Joe is very curious and needs to learn
new things all the time. He’s also quite messy. My mother
says he must clean up his room, but he never does. I’m
also messy, but I’m neater than Joe. My brother thinks he’s
clever and charming – even more charming than me!

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Oral Comprehension – page 55
 Oral Production
(CD 5, Track 12)
Conversation 1
5 1. a 2. c 3. b 4. a 5. b

Rebecca: Hi, Jenny! What are you doing?


Jenny: Hi, Rebecca. I’m writing a shopping list for MODULE 5
the supermarket.
Rebecca: What do you need to buy? Section A
Jenny: I’m cooking dinner for my family tonight, Vocabulary – page 56
so I want to make a healthy and tasty meal.
What do you think I should make? 1 1. scream 4. make a noise
Rebecca: My family love healthy fish and chips! 2. faint 5. fight
Jenny: What are healthy fish and chips? 3. run away 6. wonder
Rebecca: The fish and chips aren’t fried. We cook them
in the oven. We don’t use any oil. 2 1. step back 4. grab
Jenny: That’s a great idea! I’ll make a fresh salad as 2. avoid 5. approach
well. Thanks for your help! 3. keep quiet 6. defend
Rebecca: No problem. Enjoy!
3 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
Conversation 2 Grammar
Doctor: Hi, Sam. What’s wrong?
Sam: I’ve hurt my back. It really hurts to walk and 1 1. wearing 4. Asking, doing
it even hurts when I lie down. 2. Playing 5. putting
Doctor: When did this start? 3. to give 6. frightening
Sam: Last night. I’ve got a big maths test in a page 57
couple of days, so I’ve spent a lot of time
studying and my chair isn’t comfortable.
2 1. to swim, d 4. Living, b
Doctor: Well, that’s the problem! When you study, 2. to save, e 5. to eat, a
you have to sit in a comfortable chair. Does
3. meeting, c
your neck hurt too?
Sam: Yes, it does. But my back hurts more than my 3 1. scaring 5. to take
neck.
2. to see 6. to stay
Doctor: OK, here are some tablets. You should take 3. covering 7. talking
one tablet every day. This will make you
4. watching 8. to collect
feel better. But you also need to change your
chair! It will make a big difference – and
you’ll study better. Good luck for your test. 4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
Sam: Thanks. Speaking
4 Conversation 1 5 1. What made it so exciting
1. a shopping list 2. They included famous celebrities
3. Secondly
2. Because the fish and chips aren’t fried. / Because 4. What was incredible about
they cook the fish and chips in the oven without 5. and see and hear
oil.
3. a fresh salad
Section B
Vocabulary – page 58
Conversation 2
1. He’s hurt his back. 1 expert thief judge lawyer murderer
2. a maths test 1. lawyer 4. murderer
3. a. take one tablet every day 2. judge 5. thief
b. change his chair
3. expert

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2 1. g 2. d 3. f 4. a 5. b 6. c 7. e 2 1. by air 6. seat
Sentences: 2. departure 7. passenger
1. break into a house 3. by land 8. architecture
2. capture a criminal 4. luggage allowance 9. arrivals
3. escape from prison 5. by sea 10. historical highlights
4. put together all the facts
5. get advice from an expert 3 1. information desk 4. passport
6. hear the evidence in court 2. make a reservation 5. take a break
7. uncover the truth 3. book a room 6. flight

3 1. crime scene, case 5. jury, court 4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
2. expert, cause of death 6. uncovered, capture Grammar
3. victim, gun 7. punish, guilty
4. murderer, arrow 8. judge, innocent 1 1. which, d 4. when, c
2. where, e 5. who, a
4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. 3. that, f 6. whose, b
Grammar page 61
1 1. who 4. when 2 1. That is the person who / that stole my luggage.
2. whose 5. that 2. There is a church which / that is 400 years old.
3. where 6. where 3. May was the month when / that we visited Rome.
page 59 4. Those are the ruins where people sometimes see
ghosts.
2 1. who / that 4. which / that 5. Max is the pilot whose family are from Russia.
2. where 5. whose 6. People were sitting in the seats which / that we had
3. when / that 6. which / that booked.

3 1. c; I met a thief who / that spent five years in prison. 3 1. g 2. a 3. b 4. f 5. e 6. c 7. d


2. d; They won’t move to a town where there’s a lot of
crime. 4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
3. e; 2016 was the year when / that they finally solved Speaking
the case.
4. f; He used a knife which / that he’d found in the 5 1. What’s your dream
drawer. 2. when you can see the Northern Lights
5. a; She heard a noise which / that was getting louder. 3. where there are tropical fish
6. b; She cleaned the fingerprints which / that were on 4. that has got an excellent restaurant
the door. 5. My dream holiday is
6. I’d like to
4 1. who / that 6. which / that
2. which / that 7. whose Reading – page 62
3. when / that 8. which / that
4. where 9. which / that 1 1. c 2. d 3. e 4. b 5. a
5. where 10. which / that
2 1. in the Indian Himalayas
Speaking 2. Because the ice had melted.
3. two different groups of travellers
5 1. What happened, Julie? 4. round objects that fell from the sky
2. What did they steal? 5. Because they were very impolite to Nanda, the
3. Do they know who did it? goddess of the mountains.
4. How did the thieves get into the building?
Listening (CD 5, Track 13)
Section C
Amy: Hey, Paul. Do you want to go out tomorrow?
Vocabulary – page 60 There’s a new horror film showing in town.
1 1. monument 4. seat Paul: No, thanks. I can’t stand horror films. To be honest,
I’d rather go to Holy Island tomorrow. Do you
2. ruins 5. ticket office
want to come?
3. passport 6. passenger
Amy: No. I hate travelling by sea. I always feel sick on
the boat.

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Paul: But you can get there by land. There’s a road to 2 1. defended 5. flight
the island which you can use during the day. The
2. court 6. avoid
only problem is, you have to return before 4.30,
when the sea starts to rise. In the evening, the road 3. approaches 7. expert
is completely under water. 4. capture 8. ruins
Amy: Well, I still don’t want to go to the island. The
truth is, it’s haunted. 3 1. wonder 5. escape
2. departure 6. seat
Paul: What?! That’s just a legend!
3. jury 7. victim
Amy: No, it isn’t. People sometimes see the ghost of St
4. scream 8. attacked
Cuthbert walking around the island. Some people
have seen the ghost of a soldier, too.
4 1. peaceful 5. riding motorbikes
Paul: Well, I think that’s exciting. I love visiting places
2. a cold 6. costume designer
where people have seen ghosts.
3. plan a route 7. broke into
Amy: Well, if I see one, I’ll faint! But Holy Island is an
4. studio 8. protein
interesting place. According to my dad, it’s a great
place to watch birds. Dictation (CD 5, Track 14)
Paul: Yes, and don’t forget the historical highlights.
There are ancient ruins, a monument which was
5 M
 y sister and her friends are going on holiday next
week. They’re going to Rome because they enjoy
built after World War I and a castle. So are you seeing ancient ruins. My sister has booked a room in
coming? We’ll have fun. a hotel which is near the historical highlights, and she
Amy: Erm ... OK. But we must leave the island early. I has made reservations for a tour of the monuments.
don’t want to spend the night with any ghosts!
Grammar – page 65
3 1. island / sea / land
2. boat 6 1. arresting 4. watching
3. St Cuthbert / a soldier 2. Travelling 5. visiting / to visit
4. birds 3. to frighten 6. to find
5. ancient ruins / a monument which was built after We can use the gerund or the infinitive in sentence 5.
World War I / a castle
7 1. watching / to watch 5. Saying
4 1. horror films 2. going 6. to punish
2. always feels sick 3. making 7. travelling
3. land / road 4. screaming / to scream
4. starts to rise Sentences 1 and 4 can be completed with a gerund as
5. exciting well as an infinitive form.
6. with any ghosts / on the island
8 1. where 4. who
Writing – page 63 2. whose 5. which
3. when
1 1. Either, or 4. neither, nor
2. neither, nor 5. both, and 9 1. A passport is a document which / that you need to
3. both, and travel to a different country.
2. That’s the boy whose luggage didn’t arrive.
2 1. truth is 3. a matter of fact 3. There is a woman at the information desk who / that
2. fact 4. fact will recommend places to visit in the city.
4. He went to the crime scene where the murder took
3 1. In fact / As a matter of fact place.
2. As a matter of fact / In fact
3. Either … or 10 1. a 6. stole
4. Neither … nor 2. who 7. used to help
5. The truth is 3. were told 8. have brought
4. were waiting 9. love
4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. 5. cutting 10. will see
Progress Check
11 Translation
Vocabulary – page 64 1. Hiding behind the door and keeping quiet was a
great plan.
1 1. d 3. g 5. b 7. c 2. They will punish any prisoners that try to escape.
2. e 4. a 6. h 8. f 3. I’m taking a break and going to Paris for three days.
4. To avoid trouble, people shouldn’t walk alone at
night.
5. People like to book a room in a hotel before
arriving at their destination.
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Standards Check MODULE 6
Written Comprehension – page 66 Section A
1 1. DS 2. T 3. T 4. F 5. T 6. DS Vocabulary – page 68

2 1. 6.30 pm 1 1. designer label 7. pocket


2. The films are in 3D. 2. cotton 8. backpack
3. Because the owners were murdered there and now 3. button 9. high heels
it’s haunted. 4. top 10. flip flops
4. book a ticket before 10th October and enter a code 5. plastic 11. wool
5. 15 and over 6. wood

Written Production 2 1. synthetic 5. smart


2. comfortable 6. second-hand
3 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. 3. size 7. loose
 ral Comprehension – page 67
O 4. large 8. Leather
(CD 5, Track 15)
Police Officer: Hi, Greg, thanks for coming down to the 3 1. a 2. c 3. b 4. c 5. b 6. a 7. c
station. Can you give me your full name
and address, please? 4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
Greg: Sure, it’s Greg Johnson and my address is Grammar – page 69
22 Willow Drive, Sandtown.
Police Officer: Thanks, Greg. Now, what happened this 1 1. hadn’t worn, that
afternoon at 6.30 pm? 2. had given, her, the previous day / the day before
Greg: I went to see the new horror film with my 3. would go, the next / following day, the day after
friends. I left the cinema and I walked to 4. had to wash, that day
the car park where I’d left my bike. 5. weren’t taking, those
Police Officer: OK. What happened next?
Greg: As I was unlocking my bike, two people 2 1. were
jumped out, pushed me and then kicked 2. had just been
me. They stole my phone and my bike! 3. could see, there
Police Officer: Did they take anything else? 4. had bought, the previous day / the day before
Greg: They tried to steal my wallet, too. But 5. would phone, the next / following day, the day
someone started shouting, so they ran after
away.
Police Officer: Can you describe them? 3 1. had to pay 5. was
Greg: They were male, probably around 18 or 2. that year 6. couldn’t afford
19 years old. One had long blond hair and 3. had designed 7. would make
the other was wearing a black baseball 4. had wanted
cap. They were both wearing black
jackets. I didn’t see their faces properly, 4 1. C; T he costume designer said that those shoes
though. would match Eva’s dress.
Police Officer: OK, we’ll try and find your phone through 2. A; The actor said that he had worn that costume
GPS tracking. There have been a lot of the previous day / the day before.
similar attacks recently in the area, so we 3. B; The director said that they had to start filming
think it might be the same people. We’ve early
got your details, so we’ll phone you if we the next / following day / the day after.
have any information. 4. A; The actor said that he couldn’t remember the
Greg: Thank you. words.
5. B; The director said that the actors weren’t
4 1. at the police station following
2. 6.30 pm his instructions that day.
3. in the car park 6. C; The costume designer said that she was
4. his phone and bike designing special costumes for that scene.
5. black jackets Speaking
6. through GPS tracking
Oral Production 5 1. I usually wear 3. casual clothes
2. So do I 4. Not me
5 1. a 2. b 3. b 4. a 5. c

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Section B 3 1. worth 6. refund
2. on sale 7. exchange
Vocabulary – page 70
3. good value 8. credit card
1 1. fancy 4. realise 4. afford 9. cash
2. respect 5. regret 5. special offer 10. change
3. develop 6. decorate Grammar
2 1. realise 4. control 1 1. to read 4. not to make
2. give in 5. give away 2. to look for 5. to make a copy of
3. hang out 6. attract 3. advertising / 6. shopping /
that we advertise that we shop
3 1. admire 4. achieved
2. get ahead 5. develop page 73
3. behaved
2 1. to recommend 5. to speak
4 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. 2. that 6. offered
3. not to bring 7. suggested
Grammar 4. told
1 1. went 4. would match
3 1. told, not to touch 4. told, to buy
2. had found 5. fancied 5. told, to (please) take
2. offered to carry those
3. could buy 6. offered to bring those
3. suggested trying on that /
that I try on that
2 1. if / whether, could try that
2. how much, had paid, those
3. where, would wear my
4 1. told 6. to put
2. to stop 7. tell
4. if / whether, were trying on, then
3. asked 8. not to order
5. if / whether, behaved
4. they help 9. suggested
6. what, had just bought
5. offered 10. using / that they use
page 71
5 1. Banjo Boutiques should give refunds. He said that
3 1. The manager asked how old she was. he had taken his jacket back, but they had refused to
2. The manager asked which school she had gone to. return his money.
3. The manager asked what she was doing then. 2. that they were sorry he had had that experience.
They offered to return / said that they would return
4. The manager asked if / whether she had ever
his money immediately.
worked in a clothes shop before.
3. not to buy clothes from that site.
5. The manager asked if / whether she would work
weekends. 4. sending / that she send a detailed complaint to
customer service and they would try to solve the
6. The manager asked when she could start.
problem.
4 1. whether 5. who Speaking
2. affected 6. thought
3. if 7. if 6 1. What are you looking for?
4. had … thought 8. wanted 2. What’s your price range?
3. What size are you?
Speaking 4. How about this red dress?
1. were really popular 4. used to wear them
2. thought they were 5. that have got buttons Reading – page 74
3. Very tight jeans 6. all the time
1 1. shine in the dark
Section C 2. appear white
Vocabulary – page 72 3. your body
4. cotton, wool or synthetic materials
1 1. credit card 5. cash 5. afford to buy children new clothes all the time
2. checkout counter 6. products 6. more than half of the clothes that we buy
3. receipt 7. advertisement
4. special offer 2 1. Taiwanese scientists
2. customers
2 1. Advertisements, fees 4. product, receipt 3. They would love to use it.
2. added up, 5. on sale, off 4. They grow with the wearer.
checkout counter 5. He grew 6 to 7 sizes within the first two years.
3. afford, charge
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Listening (CD 5, Track 16) 3 1. I saw a smart coat.
Pam: Hey, Dad. I found these in a cupboard. What are 2. The customer shouted angrily.
they? 3. The shoes fit well.
Dad: Oh, I remember those! They’re called jacks and 4. That’s a comfortable top.
they used to belong to your grandad. He said that 5. He waited anxiously at the checkout.
they were really popular when he was young. He
used to play with them all the time at school. 4 1. c 2. a 3. d 4. b
Pam: How do you play? a. I asked to speak to the manager, Ms James.
Dad: Well, you throw this small ball into the air. Then, b. Will you keep your promise and sell all the items in
you try to pick up the jacks before you catch the your shop half price?
ball again. The winner is the player who picks up c. I am writing to complain about an advertisement
the most jacks. that you posted in the Daily Planet.
Pam: Did you play jacks with your friends? d. Then, she offered to help me choose a top, jacket or
skirt.
Dad: No, not me. My friends and I played video games
all the time.
5 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
Pam: Oh, so you had a computer.
Dad: Well, not really. I had a video games console. Progress Check
Pam: What was that? Vocabulary – page 76
Dad: It was a machine connected to the TV with video
games that one or more people can play. When I 1 1. advertisement 6. checkout counter
first got it, I stopped doing homework because I 2. afford 7. cash
was playing with it all the time. 3. special offers 8. credit card
Pam: What did Grandad say? 4. top 9. inexpensive
Dad: He was angry and said that he would take it back 5. flip flops
to the shop. But then he gave in and told me not
to use it until I’d finished my homework. Now, 2 1. trees 4. a sheep
I regret playing those ridiculous games. I think 2. won’t hurt your feet 5. cheaper
they’re a waste of time.
3. is too small 6. a credit card
Pam: You’re right, they are. Come on, Dad. Let’s play
jacks! 3 1. try on 5. decorate
2. realise 6. leather
3 1. T 2. T 3. F 4. F 5. F
3. achieved 7. refund
4. regretted 8. exchanged
4 1. in a cupboard
2. throw a small ball into the air
4 1. pocket 5. receipt
3. Because Dad / his son was playing video games
2. synthetic 6. good value
all the time / stopped doing his homework.
3. match 7. fit
4. playing those ridiculous (video) games
4. hang out 8. give away
5. She thinks they’re a waste of time.
Writing – page 75 5 1. old-fashioned 6. efficient
2. champions 7. by air
1 Opening paragraph: 1, 6 3. refuses 8. an expert
Body of the text: 3, 5 4. lead role 9. change
Closing paragraph: 2, 4 5. elbow 10. attract

2 1. Can I exchange the dress at your shop in London? Dictation (CD 5, Track 17)
2. I bought some jeans, a jacket and a top last
Tuesday.
6 Ruby is getting dressed for the party. She’s wearing
jeans, a leather belt and a new green top. She bought
3. We spoke to the salesperson, Ms Thompson.
the top on sale last week. There was a special offer,
4. I ordered the books in May, but they haven’t so she bought a blue shirt, too. They fit perfectly and
arrived. were good value for money.
5. The quality of the clothes at Best Buy is terrible!

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Grammar – page 77 Standards Check
7 1. Her mum asked if / whether she had exchanged the Written Comprehension – page 78
books.
2. Lily said that her sister had admired Sean’s work 1 1. wasn’t old enough
for years. 2. because her sister needed something to wear
3. He asked what I / we / they wanted to achieve in the 3. make an ordinary outfit more colourful
future. 4. create new designs
4. Jessica told her sister that she had to take back the 5. send photos of her designs
T-shirt because it was too tight.
5. He said that the button had fallen off his shirt the 2 1. Because it gives them the opportunity to get ahead
previous night / the night before. and start their fashion career.
6. The customer asked why they were giving away 2. €500
those free products. 3. at the shopping centre on Saturday
7. John said that he usually paid for things with a 4. professional models
credit card. 5. a lift to the shopping centre
8. Jill asked Linda if / whether she would try on that
T-shirt that she had designed. Written Production
3 Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.
8 1. Jess offered to help Kath choose an outfit for the
wedding. Oral Comprehension – page 79
2. My mum suggested that I wear / wearing a white (CD 5, Track 18)
T-shirt and jeans.
3. Rachel ordered her friends not to go to the new Shop Assistant: Hi, can I help you?
restaurant on Green Street. Maria: Yes, I need to return this top, please.
4. Josh suggested that we go / going to the cinema on Shop Assistant: OK. Is there a problem with the top?
Sunday night.
Maria: Yes, when I tried it on at home, I
5. The technician offered to fix my / our computer.
noticed that it was dirty and that one of
6. Fran ordered her brother to go and put on his flip the buttons was missing.
flops because they were going to the beach.
Shop Assistant: Have you got your receipt?
9 1. Kyle asked his mum to take back his new jeans. Maria: Yes, here it is.
2. My friend told me to wear smart clothes for the Shop Assistant: Great … hmm, OK, there might be a
party. problem.
3. My teacher told us to behave better in class. Maria: What’s wrong?
4. He suggested buying a wool sweater. Shop Assistant: Well, you bought the top nearly three
5. Lisa asked if / whether the shop closed at 6 pm. weeks ago. We can only give you a
refund if the product is brought back
10 1. Walking
6. Are you looking within two weeks.
2. go 7. where Maria: Oh, no! I’ve been on holiday, so I
3. are sold 8. loved couldn’t return it sooner.
4. should 9. will Shop Assistant: We can offer you an exchange instead,
5. can either for the same top or for something
else. Is that acceptable?
11 Translation Maria: That would be good, thanks.
1. My dad said that he doesn’t like credit cards Shop Assistant: Look around the shop and see what you
because you pay extra fees. can find. Once you’ve found something,
2. Jill suggested that I wear the brown leather boots bring it back to the checkout counter
with my new top. and I’ll exchange the products.
3. I told my friend that there was 20% off at the new Maria: Thanks for your help.
clothes shop.
4. Nick offered to help me decorate the room for the 4 1. return 5. on holiday
party. 2. buttons 6. exchange
5. Anne asked her brother whether he wanted to go to 3. receipt 7. checkout counter
the cinema.
4. refund
Oral Production
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