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students’ own answers



Module 1 Stories

1 Past & present
Language practice
1
2. excited f
3. upset g
4. angry d
5. worried / nervous a
6. afraid b
7. impressed e
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2
2. We are learning about Ancient Greece.
3. What do you do at the weekend?
4. I play volleyball every Saturday.
5. I am thinking about starting a reading club.
6. That’s a good idea! I am reading a good book at the
moment.
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3
2. was waiting, started
3. was thinking, had
4. was lying, heard
5. was having, rang
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4
2. are visiting
3. went
4. see
5. was wearing
6. was standing
7. thought
8. was walking
9. put
10. screamed
11. saw
12. felt
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5
2. didn’t use to watch
3. used to play
4. didn’t use to drive
5. used to ride
6. used to walk
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6
2. ✔
3. ✗ used to
4. ✗ didn’t use to
5. ✗ used to
6. ✔
7. ✗ didn’t use to
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7
1. use to
2. used to
3. used to
4. used to
5. used to / would
6. used to
7. used to
8. used to / would
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8
(students’ own answers)
Skills development
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Reading
1
1. b 2. c 3. a
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2
1. f 2. b 3. d 4. e 5. c 6. a
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3
1. They moved before the card arrived.
2. The windscreen wiper was broken.
3. He was waiting for his wife, and when he saw a stranger
sitting in her seat, he knew something was wrong.
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4
(students’ own answers)
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Writing
For:
You can find out about the news more often, on TV.
TV news is more interesting because you can listen to
people speaking.
You can understand news better when you see it on TV.
There aren’t always pictures of things you are reading
about in the newspaper.
Students don’t have enough time to read a newspaper
every day.
Against:
You can read newspapers anywhere – on the bus or train,
for example.
Reading is more relaxing than watching TV
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2 Storytellers

Language practice
1
1. could
2. manage to
3. couldn’t
4. could
5. couldn’t
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2
1. were able to
2. weren’t able to
3. was able to
4. manage to
5. wasn’t able to
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3
(students’ own answers)
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4
(self-assessment)
1. must
2. must
3. mustn’t
4. should
5. don’t have to
6. should
7. should
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5
1. had better
2. ought to
3. ought to / had better
4. ought to
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6
(students’ own answers)
Skills development
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Reading
1
1. a 2. a 3. b
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2
1. journey
2. crops
3. cold
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Writing
I’ll never forget the first day of my holiday last year. It was
the worst day, too!
First, I overslept. I didn’t hear my alarm clock, so I was late
for the bus and my football match.
Then I dressed quickly, and ran down the street to the
sports centre. I was running so fast, I tripped and fell.
Next, I was lying on the ground in pain. After that, I don’t
remember much about what happened. But I ended up in
hospital somehow – with a broken leg!
But that wasn’t all. My team finally played the match,
without me – and lost.
And the very worst thing was, I spent my holiday indoors,
instead of having fun with my friends outside.
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Progress Test
Reading
1
1. c 2. d 3. b 4. a
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2
1. b 2. e 3. f 4. d 5. a 6. c
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Language practice
1
1. do, do; have
2. is, studying; is studying
3. are, listening; am listening
4. does, do; is
5. are, waiting; am waiting, is
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2
1. met
2. was
3. was walking
4. was thinking
5. saw
6. was waving
7. stopped
8. was talking
9. were starting
10. came
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3
1. used to
2. didn’t use to
3. would / used to
4. would /used to
5. used to
6. would / used to
7. used to
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4
1. should
2. mustn’t
3. have to
4. must
5. don’t have to
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5
1. ought to
2. had better
3. ought to
4. ought to
5. ought to
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6
1. had better return
2. ought to go to bed
3. had better get up
4. ought to help
5. had better come
6. ought to ask
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Writing
(students’ own answers)
Module 2 Places around the world
3 Countries
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Language practice
1
1. … he lived in Damascus with his family.
2. … she came from Canada, but her parents were
Chinese.
3. … the geography exam was not going to be difficult.
4. … he was learning Spanish for his next trip to Spain.
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2
1. Huda said that they always went to Egypt, because they
loved diving, and the shopping was great.
2. Rabab said that her relatives from France were coming to
visit them in July.
3. Ahmed said that his class were going on a study tour of
Britain, because they wanted to practise their English.
4. Ibrahim said that his parents were taking them to India,
because they had got some business there.
5. Rakan said that he was flying to Kenya to see his
grandparents, and they were going to a game park.
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3
1. freezing
2. cool
3. foggy
4. boiling
5. snowy
6. cold
7. stormy
8. rainy
9. cloudy
10. warm
11. hot
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4
1. she really liked his...
2. she could borrow it any time.
3. Majeda that her story was...
4. she loved...
5. he was going to...
6. he was going...
7. that she was making her...
8. she was making her (mother)...
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5
1. island
2. dunes
3. forest
4. hill
5. mountain
6. waterfall
7. river
8. field
9. lake
10. ocean
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Skills development
Reading
1
Geography – 3
Languages – 2
Location – 1
Weather – 4
Wildlife - 5
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2
1. d 2. f 3. b 4. a 5. e 6. c
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3
(students’ own answers)
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Writing
Not relevant: how to get a job at the tourist attraction
6. opening times
1. location
7. facilities at the site
5. prices
2. how to get there
4. things to see
3. historical background
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4 Cities
Language practice
1
1. lorry
2. moped
3. pavement
4. van
5. road sign
6. motorbike
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2
2. It’s too old-fashioned.
3. This town isn’t big enough.
4. The pavements are too narrow.
5. These buildings aren’t bright enough.
6. The building isn’t high enough.
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3
1. enough
2. too few
3. too much
4. Too many
5. More
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4
(self-assessment)
1. university
2. petrol station
3. library
4. museum
5. bank
6. theatre
7. sports centre
8. hospital
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5
1. a
2. the
3. a
4. the
5. –
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6
2. b Use the for regions or names of countries.
3. d Use a the first time you mention something.
4. c Use the the second time you mention something.
5. a Use a plural noun without the, for talking about things
in general.
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7
1. many
2. the
3. the
4. some
5. the
6. any
7. all
8. the
9. a
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8
(students’ own answers)
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Skills development
Reading
1
1. The old and the new, the traditional and the modern.
2. Young people come here to shop.
3. A temple.
4. Traditional silk dresses and fans.
5. Because it is an experience that will take you from the
past into the future in one day.
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2
1. contrasts
2. unhurried
3. snacks
4. skyscraper
5. storeys
3
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(students’ own answers)
Writing
A. 2 B. 5 C. 1 D. 4 E. 3
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Progress Test
Reading
1
1. It’s the deepest point on Earth.
2. The depth of the Pacific Ocean.
3. It’s the saltiest sea. (It’s too salty.)
4. a. It’s the deepest lake.
b. It’s the longest river.
c. It’s the highest waterfall.
5. It is covered in ice, not sand.
6. The hottest temperature was recorded there in 1922.
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2
1. c 2. d 3. f 4. b 5. a 6. e
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Language practice
1
1. Faisal said his parents liked to go to Italy every year.
2. Nada said Lattakia was her favourite holiday destination.
3. Su’ad said their class was going to do a project on the
ancient city of Palmyra.
4. Yousuf said his parents were thinking of taking them to
London in the summer.
5. Hisham said he wanted to visit Luxor on his next trip to
Egypt.
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2
1. … Amal that her cousins lived in Damascus.
2. … that they had a nice house with a beautiful garden.
3. … that she was going to visit them soon with her parents.
4. … Samia that it sounded great.
5. … that Omar was very excited about moving to Damascus.
6. … that he was going to study medicine.
7. … that he wanted to be a general surgeon.
8. … Amal that Damascus was a good place to study
medicine.
9. … that one day, she was going to study at the University
of Damascus too.
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3
1. the
2. –
3. the
4. a
5. the
6. a
7. the
8. a
9. The
10. –
11. the
12. the
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4
1. all
2. many
3. any
4. some; any / some
5. Some
6. all
7. any
8. many
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5
1. Too much
2. too much; enough
3. too few
4. more
5. enough
6. more; more; more; enough
7. too many
8. too much
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Writing
(students’ own answers)
Module 3 Health and medicine
2
2. She has just cut the onions.
3. He has just received the letter.
4. He hasn’t eaten his lunch yet.
5. She has just won a prize.
6. They haven’t sold their house yet.
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3
2. has just arrived home.
3. has already finished his English homework.
4. has just phoned her friend.
5. has already eaten her lunch.
6. hasn’t checked her email yet.
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4
1. head
2. teeth
3. ear
4. throat
5. shoulder
6. arm
7. elbow
8. wrist
9. stomach
10. leg
11. foot
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5
(self-assessment)
1. sore throat
2. stomachache
3. sprained
4. temperature
5. earache
6. toothache
7. headaches
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6
1. Have you ever been
2. was
3. happened
4. was
5. slipped
6. fell
7. broke
8. have only just started
9. Have you ever hurt
10. haven’t
11. sprained
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7
(students’ own answers)
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Skills development
Reading
1
Before:
prepare everything they need
play music
give drugs to make the patient fall asleep
During:
put a tube in the lungs
check heart rate
After:
wake patient up
give painkillers
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2
1. surgeon
2. nurse
3. (nurse) anaesthetist
4. patient
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Writing
(students’ own answers)
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6 Hygiene
Language practice
1
(self-assessment)
1. had lost
2. had eaten
3. had already gone
4. hadn’t practised
5. had closed
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2
2. By the time she was 21, she had got married.
3. When I arrived at the restaurant, my friends had left.
4. He looked so different, because he had grown a
moustache.
5. After the lesson had ended, I spoke to the teacher.
6. They were late, because their car had broken down on
the way.
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3
2. went
3. had read
4. had started
5. needed
6. arrived
7. had already done
8. had cleared
9. had dug
10. had employed
11. had never studied
12. had written
13. had sent
14. had planned
15. had ended
16. had never felt
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4
1. twelve million
2. one hundred and twenty thousand
3. seventy-five per cent
4. forty-five to fifty
5. sixty-eight point five
6. one hundred and ninety-one
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5
1. who
2. which
3. who
4. who
5. which
6. which
7. which
8. who
9. which
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6
2. The earth is getting hotter, which is causing the ice caps
to melt.
3. Some children in Africa, who live very far from a school,
have to walk a long way every day.
4. The water, which comes from a well, is used for washing
and cooking, as well as drinking. / The water, which is
used for washing and cooking, as well as drinking, comes
from a well.
5. People are travelling by plane more frequently, which is
causing a lot of damage to the environment.
6. The new town hall, which is opening tomorrow, has been
built in three months. / The new town hall, which has
been built in three months, is opening tomorrow.
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2. Thank you for your birthday card, which arrived today.
3. Drinking water, which is clean, comes from the new
well.
4. There hasn’t been much rain, which is bad news for
farmers.
5. Ali, who won a scholarship, is studying maths in
Paris.
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Skills development
Reading
1
1. a bird’s
2. Because around two-thirds of a person’s body weight is
water, blood is 92% water and the brain is 75% water.
3. Because bones join together as we grow older.
4. It is the same length as the length of the forearm
(elbow to wrist).
5. Smiling, because it uses fewer muscles.
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2
1. 100,000
2. 27
3. 1,000
4. 60,000
5. 300,000,000
6. 2/3
7. 92%
8. 206
9. 12,000
10. 10,000,000
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3
1. blood
2. lungs
3. elbow
4. pulse
5. bones
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Writing
Exercise:
do P.E. at school
do yoga
go running
go swimming
walk to school
play basketball
stretch
relax muscles
play tennis
Food:
breakfast
dinner
drink coffee
drink water
lunch
snacks
General well-being:
go to bed early
vitamins
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Progress Test
Reading
1
1. D
2. E
3. C
4. B
5. A
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2
1. participants
2. essential
3. respect
4. raise
5. recover
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Language practice
1
1. I have just bought these shoes.
2. I haven’t ridden my new bike yet.
3. Have you tidied your room (as I asked you to) yet?
4. Come in! I have just made tea.
5. I have already packed my suitcase for the trip.
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2
1. Ahmed was excited because he had never been to Homs
before.
2. The train had already left by the time we got to the
station.
3. They had never learnt English until they came to this
school.
4. I left a message because she had gone out.
5. I knew the answers to the test because I had studied the
night before.


3
1. Although he had had a late lunch, Ahmed ate his supper.
2. When I got to school, I realised I had left my book
at home.
3. I had read the book before I saw the film.
4. The child was crying because he had hurt his leg.
5. By the time the firemen came, we had managed to put the
fire out.
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4
1. bought
2. put
3. bit
4. got
5. had become
6. had taken
7. sent
8. had identified
9. recovered
10. had hidden
5
1. which
2. who
3. which
4. who
5. which
6. who
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6
1. Next summer I am going to visit my aunt, who lives in
Bahrain.
2. My neighbour, who is an artist, gave me a lovely
painting.
3. I did very well this term, which made my parents proud.
4. They invited me for dinner, which was very kind of them.
5. Mr Quassimi, who teaches history, has been a teacher all
his life. / Mr Quassimi, who has been a teacher all his life,
teaches history.
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Writing
(students’ own answers)
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Module 4 Critical thinking
7 Finding answers
Language practice
1
a fishing line and hooks
oars
sea-sickness tablets
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2
2. will, P
3. are you going to, D
4. ’m / am going to, D
5. won’t, P
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3
2. Shall I close it for you?
3. I’ll do the shopping for her.
4. Shall I teach you?
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4
2. What will happen if you don’t know anyone in London?
If I don’t know anyone in London, I’ll have to speak
English.
3. What will happen if you speak only English for a week?
If I speak only English for a week, my English will improve
a lot.
4. What will happen if your English gets much better?
If my English gets much better, I’ll do well at school.
5. What will happen if you do well in your exam?
If I do well in my exam, I’ll go to university.
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5
(self-assessment)
1. until
2. When
3. After
4. until
5. before
6. as soon as
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6
2. Promise you’ll phone me and tell me as soon as you get
your results.
3. I’ll come out with you after I finish work at 5 o’clock.
4. You can wait here until it’s time for you to go home.
5. I’d never seen her before I met her at the conference.
6. I’ll phone you when I get to the station at 4 o’clock.
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7
1. b 2. e 3. d 4. a 5. c
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8
1. As soon as the snake comes out of the egg, it loses the
outer layer of its skin. This will happen many times until
the snake dies.
2. When the snake grows, the outer layer of skin doesn’t
grow.
3. When the skin gets tight, the snake rubs against a tree.
4. As soon as the skin begins to get loose, the snake slides
out of it.
5. Before the snake loses the old skin, it grows a new skin
underneath.
After the old skin has dropped off, the snake has a shiny
new skin.
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Skills development
Reading
1
1. F 2. T 3. F 4. T 5. T 6. T 7. F
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2
1. e 2. a 3. d 4. b 5. c
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Writing
(students’ own answers)
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8 Solving problems
Language practice
1
2. I would do it if you asked me.
3. If I broke my mother’s vase, she’d be very angry.
4. You wouldn’t be so tired if you went to bed earlier.
5. If I left my homework at home, I’d get into trouble.
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2
1. would go
2. had
3. didn’t spend
4. would be able to
5. lent
6. wouldn’t have to
7. offered
8. would feel
9. knew
10. wouldn’t say
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3
2. would improve … we spoke English
3. was good, we’d go
4. were …, I would help you.
5. would understand … if the language weren’t
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4
(students’ own answers)
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5
(self-assessment)
a. sad
b. in touch
c. a hobby
d. a club
e. friends
f. to people
g. something new
h. sorry
i. pieces
j. careful
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2. If I were you, I’d take a coat.
3. If I were you, I wouldn’t wait for the bus alone.
4. If I were you, I’d take some money with me.
5. If I were you, I’d find out what time the last bus leaves.
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7
(students’ own answers)
Skills development
Reading
1
1. acrostics
2. association
3. chunking
4. acronyms
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2
(students’ own answers)
Writing
A. 1. She is comparing reading and watching TV.
2. The criterion is concentration.
B. a. reading
b. interesting
c. watching TV
C. (students’ own answers)
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Progress Test
Reading
1
1. d 2. b 3. f 4. c 5. e 6. a
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2
1. got in common
2. century
3. energetic
4. spread
5. trade
6. popularity
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Language practice
1
1. he’s going to practise with the volleyball team.
2. he’s going to finish the maths homework.
3. he’s going to start the history project.
4. he’s going to visit his grandmother.
5. he’s going to go swimming and play tennis.
6. he’s going to finish the history project.
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2
1. will
2. won’t; will; won’t
3. won’t, will
4. will, will
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3
1. I’ll, e
2. Shall I, f
3. Shall I, c
4. I’ll, d
5. I’ll, a
6. I’ll, b
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4
1. What will you do if you’re late?
If I’m late, I’ll phone you.
2. What will you buy if you go shopping today?
If I go shopping, I’ll buy some new pens.
3. How will you get home if you miss the train?
I’ll go by bus if I miss the train.
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5
1. as soon as
2. before
3. before
4. After
5. When
6. until
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6
1. would you do, you found
2. asked, would you say
3. wasn’t / weren’t, wouldn’t go
4. wouldn’t invite, didn’t want
5. would buy, had
6. won, would go
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7
1. If I were you, I’d warm up before I started.
2. If I were you, I wouldn’t do too much at first.
3. If I were you, I’d increase the distance slowly and
regularly.
4. If I were you, I’d wear comfortable clothing.
5. If I were you, I wouldn’t eat just before running.
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Writing
(students’ own answers)
Module 5 Challenges &
exploration
9 Emergency and rescue
Language practice
1
1. volcano
2. hurricane
3. earthquake
4. tsunami
5. flood
6. drought
7. avalanche
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2
2. Every year, the islands are visited by thousands of
tourists.
3. Paper is recycled and new products are made.
4. Natural disasters can be predicted by scientists more
accurately these days.
5. New walls are being built around the village to stop
flood water.
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3
1. is heated
2. is turned
3. is carried
4. are also formed
5. is formed
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4
1. rescued
2. got lost
3. search
4. found
5. sunk
6. saved
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5
1. b 2. a 3. b 4. c 5. c
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6
(self-assessment)
1. was first produced
2. was made
3. was replaced
4. were first stretched
5. dried
6. was done
7. was also used
8. was developed
9. is considered
10. can be used
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Skills development
Reading
1
A. Psychologist
B. Pharmacist
C. Software designer
D. Market research analyst
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Writing
1. a bank
2. the financial department of a company
3. bank
4. a uniform
5. be able to speak the language of the country
6. good at working with people
7. numbers and sums
8. good school leaving qualifications
9. office hours
10. you have experience and you make progress at work
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10 Journeys

Language practice
1
1. known
2. been teaching
3. tidied
4. visited
5. been talking
6. been waiting
7. arrived
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2
1. have been cutting
2. have been clearing
3. have been filling
4. has been thinking
5. have been doing
6. have been recycling
7. have been encouraging
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3
2. He’s been painting the room.
3. She’s been making a cake.
4. She’s been doing exercise.
5. He’s been washing the car.
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4
1. c 2. d 3. a 4. g 5. f
6. j 7. b 8. e 9. i 10. h
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5
(self-assessment)
1. haven’t they
2. aren’t you
3. do you
4. did you
5. hasn’t she
6. isn’t it
7. can I
8. isn’t he
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6
2. don’t
3. It’s
4. are / ’re
5. will / ’ll
6. won
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Skills development
Reading
1
1. Because an eagle is a bird (a powerful, high-flying bird).
2. So that they could continue their travels on foot if they
had to land on the ice.
3. It began to leak hydrogen.
4. The balloon got caught in freezing fog and had to make
a crash landing.
5. They wanted to make the balloon lighter and avoid
crashing.
6. A diary was found, along with a camera and photos of
the journey.
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2
1. expedition
2. hydrogen
3. sledge
4. spectators
5. survived
6. skeleton
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Writing
1. Egypt. / When I was about eleven. / My parents were
taking me to visit my cousins.
2. By plane.
3. Watching our suitcases disappear behind a screen and
wondering if I would ever see them again.
4. No. / No.
5. Yes. / I still find flying exciting
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Progress Test
Reading
1
2. Journey from Kenya to Zimbabwe
2
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2, 3, 4
3
1. any three from: zebras, giraffes, elephants, lions,
cheetahs, white rhinos, buffaloes, hippos, crocodiles,
flamingos and horses
2. Zanzibar
3. Malawi
4. canoeing, windsurfing, diving
5. game park near Gweru, Zimbabwe
6. The Great Zimbabwe Ruins
7. Zimbabwe
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Language practice
1
1. are chopped down
2. are cut
3. are driven
4. are broken
5. is added, mixed
6. is removed, is dried out
7. is made
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2
1. can be booked
2. can be downloaded
3. can also be obtained
4. can’t be taken
5. can’t be allowed
6. can’t be used
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3
1. was invented
2. was first thought, is played
3. is still produced
4. was discovered
5. were written, typed, are used
6. is spent
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4
1. ’ve / have been having
2. ’ve / have been getting up
3. ’ve / have been falling
4. ’s / has been teaching
5. has been
6. ’ve / have just come
7. ’s / has been raining
8. ’ve / have just spent
9. ’ve / have changed
10. ’ve / have ever had
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5
1. been crying
2. been reading
3. been cleaning, finished
4. woken, gone
5. been practising
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6
1. are you
2. isn’t it
3. aren’t they
4. haven’t you
5. could it
6. doesn’t it
7. don’t they
8. can’t I
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Writing
(students’ own answers)
Module 6
People and social activities
11 About our lives
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Language practice
1
1. (that) he was sorry he had forgotten to phone me.
2. (that) she had bought a new shirt a few weeks ago.
3. (that) he had worked very hard at school.
4. (that) on Saturday, their class was going to the
museum.
5. (that) they were going to have lunch at their grandparents’
house.
6. (that) he had fallen and (that he had) broken his wrist.
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2
1. (that) he was going
2. (that) he wanted
3. his
4. was going to photograph
5. (that) he thought they would make
6. (that) he hoped
7. was
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3
2. what her favourite subject was at school.
3. her when she had started learning English.
4. she had enjoyed her English classes.
5. what the last book was (that) she had read.
6. how she had heard about the job.
7. she had any questions about it.
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4
1. where he had gone on holiday.
2. (that) he had gone to Morocco with his family.
3. he had liked it there.
4. (that) he had had a great time.
(that) he had particularly liked the buildings, the streets
and the food.
5. he had ridden a camel.
6. that he had.
(that) it had been a very bumpy ride, but that it had been
great fun.
7. what his favourite place was in Morocco.
8. (that) he had loved Marrakesh.
(that) he had seen so many interesting things.
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+ ness + tion + er + (e)nce + ment
happiness contribution anger intelligence disappointment
sadness examination hunger difference excitement
blindness possession danger obedience improvement
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5
Skills development
Reading
1
1. d 2. c 3. e 4. b 5. f 6. a
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2
1. sensitive
2. fading
3. involved
4. reflecting
5. distractions
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Writing
different kinds of books 3
my hobby: reading 1
where I got the books from 4
when I first started reading 2
when I read now 5
paragraph 1:
my hobby: reading
different kinds of books
paragraph 2:
when I first started reading
where I got the books from
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paragraph 3:
when I read now
12 Wishes & regrets
Language practice
1
(self-assessment)
2. had studied, would have passed
3. had asked, would have helped
4. hadn’t been, I wouldn’t have left
5. hadn’t been broken, would have watched the
programme
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2
1. hadn’t started
2. wouldn’t have stayed
3. had
4. wouldn’t have been
5. hadn’t
6. wouldn’t have had to
7. would have seen
8. had seen
9. wouldn’t have fallen
10. hadn’t sprained
11. would have been able to act
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3
(students’ own answers)
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4
2. had understood English.
3. had stayed at home.
4. had phoned
5. hadn’t forgotten
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5
1. I hadn’t knocked it off the table.
2. I had bought a new jacket.
3. I had seen the step.
4. I hadn’t eaten too many sweet cakes.
5. I had saved my work on the computer.
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Skills development
Reading
1
1. Katie
2. Majeda
3. Nick
4. Daniel
5. Katie
6. Katie, Majeda
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2
1. ages
2. argument
3. a different point of view
4. there for you
5. sense of humour
6. forgives
7. completely different
8. sympathetic
9. value
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3
(students’ own answers)
Writing
appearance – what does the person look like? 1
character – what is the person like? 3
relationship – what is your relationship with this person? 2
personal memories – mention one or two examples of why
you have a special relationship 3
conclusion – summarise your relationship with this person 4
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Progress Test
Reading
1
1. F 2. T 3. F 4. T 5. T 6. F 7. T 8. T
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2
1. suburb
2. noon
3. canteen
4. value
5. calligraphy
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Language practice
1
1. (that) she was going to study medicine at university.
2. (that) their teacher was going to show them a film about
Japan.
3. (that) his father had taken them to his office.
4. (that) her friend Ghada had been / had gone to Russia
on a study tour.
5. (that) he had seen him in the shopping centre.
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2
1. what she was going to do after school.
2. Salma said (that) she was going to play table tennis. She
asked if / whether Samira wanted to play too.
3. Samira replied that she couldn’t. She said (that) she was
going to the dentist.
4. Salma wanted to know / asked whether Samira had
toothache.
5. Samira replied that she didn’t, but said that she went
every six months for a check-up.
6. Salma said (that) the last time she had been / had gone to
the dentist, he had found nothing wrong with her teeth.
7. Samira said (that) she hoped it would be the same for
her.
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3
1. They asked me who I had gone with.
2. They wanted to know what I had done in Britain.
3. They asked me where I had stayed.
4. They wanted to know whether / if I had been / had gone
to Oxford.
5. They asked me what the food had been like.
6. They wanted to know how I had travelled around.
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4
1. If Helen hadn’t forgotten to water the plants, they
wouldn’t have died.
2. If Victoria hadn’t baked the cake for too long, it
wouldn’t have been burnt in the oven.
3. If my father hadn’t parked the car in the wrong place, he
wouldn’t have got a parking ticket.
4. If I hadn’t written the wrong address on the envelope, the
letter would have arrived.
5. If I hadn’t posted the card too late, you would have got
it on your birthday.
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5
1. I would have carried it with two hands.
2. I would have wrapped it in a blanket or thick coat.
3. I wouldn’t have bought something made of glass!
4. I would have bought something else.
5. I would have looked for the book in another shop.
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6
1. I wish I hadn’t spent all my money on new clothes.
2. I wish I hadn’t lost my bus ticket.
3. I wish he hadn’t said something unkind to me.
4. I wish I had read the book before I saw the film.
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Writing
(students’ own answers)
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