UNIT 1 – COMMUNICATION
Pg. 127, Ex. 1 (G1) – Choose the best explanation for each sentence
Pg. 127, Ex. 3 (G3) – Complete the text with the correct form of the verb in brackets
- has led
- has appeared
- had been
- has written
Pg. 127, Ex. 6 (V3) – Choose a-e to continue the sentences
Pg. 127, Ex.7 (V3) – Choose a-g to continue the sentences
UNIT 2 – ENVIRONMENT
Pg. 129, Ex.1 (G1) – Choose the best answer to complete the dialogues
Pg. 129, Ex. 2 (G1) – Complete the email extracts with either the present perfect simple or continuous form of the verbs in brackets. Use at least one form of the present perfect continuous in each extract
- ‘ve looked at
- ‘ve been reading / have read
- ‘ve been worrying
- ‘ve been living
- ‘s been raining
- ‘ve bought
Pg. 129, Ex. 4 – Put the words in the correct order to make indirect questions.
- Could you tell me how much it costs?
- I’d like to knowwhen the film starts.
- Do you know whether she’s coming to the party?
- Can you tell me if this model is available?
- I wonder where they put the keys
- I’d like to know what causes earthquakes.
Pg. 129, Ex. 5 – Complete the dialogue.
Pg. 129, Ex. 6 – Complete the text with words from V1 and V2
Pg. 129, Ex. 8 – Choose the correct adverb
UNIT 3 – SPORT
Pg. 131, Ex. 1 (G1) – Choose the correct word or phrase
- a few
- of students
- hardly any
- none of
- a little
Pg. 131, Ex. 2 (G2) – Read the text and add six definite articles.
Quidditch is a fictional sport invented by the author J.K.Rowling for the best-selling Harry Potter books. It is a ball game in which the players try to score goals. There four balls and two teams of seven players. Usually the players are wizards and witches and play the game by flying on their broomsticks. The goals are ring-shaped and are above the ground. The object of the game is to score more goals than the opposing team.
Pg. 131, Ex. 3 – Complete the sentences with either the definite article (‘the’) or a blank space if no article (zero article) is needed.
- How far is it from the capital city?
- Did you see the last episodes of Heroes?
- I’ve bought a new phone. The phone’s got a fantastic camera.
- Who is the best singer at the moment?
- All children should do — sports when the are at — school.
- Is that the house where you grew up?
Pg. 131, Ex. 5 (V1) – Read the summary of a business meeting and use the information to complete the sentences below with the names in italics
Pg. 131, Ex. 7 (V3,4) – Choose the correct word
Coursebook pg. 33, Ex. 6 – Put the sentences in order.
- Pele was a truly fantastic Brazilian footballer.
- Jessica Ennis is an incredibly talented and versatile sportswoman.
- Mia Hamm is considered to be the best female soccer player in history.
- What’s extraordinary about Serena Williams is her determination.
- Usain Bolt is perhaps the greatest athlete in modern times.
- Compared to Federer, most other tennis players are not as versatile.
- Lionel Messi is far more skilful than most other footballers.
- Li Na played unbelievable tennis to win the US Open Championship.
- What was remarkable about Yuna Kim’s performance was its elegance.
- What’s so amazing about Liu Shiwen is her youth.
- Babe Ruth was arguably the greatest baseball player of all time.
- In my opinion, Ayrton Senna / Michael Schumacher was a far better driver than Michael Schumacher / Ayrton Senna.
UNIT 4 – MEDICINE
Pg. 133, Ex. 3 – Complete the dialogue with the phrases below. There are two extra phrases.
Pg. 133, Ex. 5 (V1 – 3) – Complete the sentences with an appropriate word
Pg. 133, Ex. 6 (V4) – Match the sentence halves
UNIT 5 – TRANSPORT
Pg. 135, Ex. 1 (G1) – Match the sentence halves
Pg. 135, Ex. 2 (G1) – Choose the correct word
- didn’t have to
- in getting
- to find
- was able to
Pg. 135, Ex. 5 (V1) – Choose the correct word or phrase
- fogbound runway
- rough weather
- platform alteration
Pg. 135, Ex. 7 (V3) – Complete the table with words from V3
Pg. 135, Ex. 8 (V4) – Match words 1-6 with descriptions a-f
UNIT 6 – LITERATURE & FILM
Pg . 137, Ex. 2 (G1) – Complete the text with words in the box
- was sitting
- had been sitting
- had / had brought
- had been working
- hadn’t had
- was looking
- had / had brought
Pg . 137, Ex. 7 (V3,4) – Find the following words in V3 or V4
- awful, dreadful
- dull, tedious
- evocative language
UNIT 7 – ARCHITECTURE
Pg. 139, Ex. 1 (G1,2) – Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first. Do not include the agent (the person or thing that does the action).
- has been stolen
- was been watched
- am being kept awake at night
- was given a watch
- is required
- can’t be explained
Pg. 139, Ex. 2 (G1,2) – Complete the text with a passive form of the words in brackets.
- was being established
- was given
- was built
- being allowed
- have been influenced
- have been constructed
- is / was inspired
- is been damaged
- to be restored
Pg. 139, Ex. 4 (KL) – Complete the sentences with the words in the box
Pg. 139, Ex. 5 (V1) – Circle the odd one out in each group.
Pg . 139, Ex. 6 – Replace the phrases in italics with the correct form of a verb from V2
Pg . 139, Ex. 7 (V3) – Match the sentence halves
UNIT 8 – GLOBALISATION
Pg . 141, Ex. 2 (G1) – Complete the gap with the appropriate phrase, a or b
- 1b / 2a
- 1a / 2b
- 1b / 2a
- 1a / 2b
Pg . 141, Ex. 6 (V4) – Complete the text with words in the box
- cutting edge
- pushing the boundaries
UNIT 9 – ART
Pg . 143, Ex. 1 (G1) – Choose the correct adjective or adverb. Sometimes both choices are possible
- 4 really/very
Pg . 143, Ex. 6 (V2) – Choose the correct word in italics
UNIT 10 – PSYCHOLOGY
Pg . 145, Ex. 1 (G1) – Combine the information to make one sentence using a relative clause. If possible, do not include a relative pronoun.
- . . . the man I met yesterday.
- . . . the DVD which/that does not work very well.
- . . . is the woman whose house was destroyed in the earthquake.
- . . . who is the doctor who lives in an old house.
- . . . is the computer game I told you about.
- . . . course which began in September.
Pg . 145, Ex. 7 (V2,3) – Match the definitions with a word from V2 or V3
Pg . 145, Ex. 8 (V4) – Match the sentences
UNIT 11 – CULTURES
Pg . 115. Ex. 10a – Formulaic Language. Complete the expressions below with words from the box.
- forward, future
- writing, reference
- assistance, hesitate
- enclosed / attached, reference
- require, additional
- contacting, request
Pg . 115. Ex 10b – Match the sentences in Ex 10a with their functions a-f.
a. 2, 8
e. 3, 7
Pg . 147, Ex. 1 (G1) – Complete the reported statements. Make changes to tenses, pronouns and time adverbs.
- was working
- had lived
- should see
- would see; there / the following day
- had been; his; his
- his; received, the day before / the previous day
Pg . 147, Ex. 3 (G2) – Complete the reported statements. Do not change the tense if not necessary.
- apologised for
Pg . 147, Ex. 4 (G2) – Complete the sentences to report the statements.
- …to carry my case for me.
- … getting married so young.
- … to not to buy anything.
- …for shouting at me.
- …me to learn the guitar.
Pg . 147, Ex. 6 (V1) – Complete the sentences with words from V1.
- the arts
- rituals / traditions
Pg . 147, Ex. 7 (V2) – Match the sentences halves
UNIT 12 – TECHNOLOGY
Pg. 149, Ex. 1 (G1) – Complete the sentences with the correct form of buy, a, b, c or d
Pg. 149, Ex. 3 (G2) – Match the sentence halves
Pg. 149, Ex. 4 (G2) – Complete the sentences with a suitable verb form to make sentences using the third conditional or mixed conditionals
- would have talked
- had done
- had had
- would be
- had gone
- wouldn’t have been
Pg. 149, Ex. 6 (V1) – Choose the correct word
Pg. 149, Ex. 7 (V2) – Match the words and phrases in the box with definitions below
Pg. 149, Ex. 8 (V3) – Complete the sentences with one of the words in the box and the correct prefix dis-, in-, mis- or un-
- distrust / mistrust