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Dispatched from the UK in 10 business days When will my order arrive? Adrian Goldsworthy. Guy Brook-Hart. Living Language. Chris Stringer. Laura Matthews. Emma Heyderman. I'm reallygladI Listen to the interview again.
Check your questions l-6 and complete Nadine's answers a-f. Look again at Nadine's answers a-f. Underline the regulor past simple forms and circle the irregalar past simple forms. I O PET candidates often make spelling mistakes with regular past tense forms.
Correct one spelling mistake in sentences l-7 and say why it is wrong. I planed two things for the holiday. He traveledaround the world two years ago. It was very hot so I opennedthe window. I really must tell you what happendto me. My dad studyedFrenchat school. O O PET candidates also make mistakes with irregular past simple forms. Correct one mistake in sentences What do you think happened next?
Listen to the rest of Nadine's story. Were you right about what happened next? Underline the verbs in the past simple e. Then, answer the question that follows each extract.
The dogsran off. What happened last? Do we know when the sun started shining? Do we know if the sun stoppedshining? Exam advice. Thereare sevenshort recordings,each on a differenttopic. Listento the recordingand choosethe correct picture. You listento each recordingtwice. Qwasdoing logether. Read what he says about his first day at a Japanese school and put the verbs in brackets in the past simple or past continuous.
AT BT cl What will the weatherbe like tomorrow? Use the past simple and past continuous to tell each other about: a a an unusualjourneyto school your first day at high school. What can you see in each? Picture C in Question t has been done for you. Work with a partner to interview other students about their lives during the last five years. Read the rules about questions,then write at leastfive questionswith used to, using the topics in the box.
Teenmagazinehas interviewed Candyabout her daysat primary school. Read this extract and answerthe questionbelow. Rulesaboutquestions fhat in the questionform,we sayDidyou Remember u s e f o. Whatprimary tor example: Whafsport'sdidyouuse DJdyouuseto get'homework? Taketurns to ask your questions from Exercise4. Where possible,answerthe questionsusing usedto. Reading [3art ] Examalvice. Eachtexthasthreeexplanations, A, B andC,and you haveto choosethe correctone.
Whenyou havemadeyour choice,compareit with the text and decideif it reallyexplainswhat the text says. Q fook at the text in each question. What does it say? Circle the letter next to the correct explanation - A, B or C. Which words doesCandyuse to talk about things that happenedregularly in the past but don't happennow? Rewrite what Candy says so that it is true for you. A localpetrolstationneedsan attendantto washcarsand fillthemup with petrol.
To apply,phoneStefanon Stefan A needsa job duringthe summerbreak. B wouldliketo hearfrom peoplewho are interested in thejob. C is lookingfor someoneto washhis car. Marahaswrittenthe emailto A inviteNatashato havedinner. B ask Natashaif shecan borrowherscooter.
C informNatashaabouta job. Zoe, JanHarrisphoned. Theywant to celebralelheir wedding anniversaryon Saturdaybut needeomeonet o lookaller lheir sonfrom B Lo 11 pm. Canyou do it? Use the verbs from the box to complete questions l-5 correctly. I can you Ask and answerquestions Rememberto explain why. Mum JanHarris A wantsZoeto phoneher backtonight.
B hasinvitedZoeIo go out on Saturdaynight. C wouldlikeZoeto takecareof herchildfor the evening. I mightbe latefor thefilmtonight.
Robi Speaking Part 4 O Work in small groups. Discuss these questions. Why notJ? Danishould A meetRobiin Dave'sCaf6. B go intothe cinemaif Robiis delayed. C waitinsidethe cinemauntil8 pm. OnssistantTrainers Trainers lnterviews for the sportsteam for Assistant start Fridayat 4,30pm. Arriveat least15 minutes beforeif you still needto ftll in a form. A on Friday. Everybody form beforeFriday. Make notes on how they answer the questionsin Exercise1. Linh and Marcelo take turns to speak by asking each other questions.
They also show they are listening to each other. Complete the expressions in the table. They are numbered in the order you will hear them. O Work in pairs. Look at each Writing Part 2 question again and answerthesequestions. I What do you need to write? Do you know their name? Thanks eversomuchforhelping mewithmy English exam. TheexamwasquiteeasyandI thinkI'vedonewell. Wouldyouliketo cometo myhouseto havepizzaattheweekend? Try this SpeakingPart 4 question.
Rememberto use someof the expressionsfrom Exercise3. Your photogrophs showed people ot work. Now I'd like you to tolk together about the work membersof your fomily do ond the sorf of work you'd like to do in the future. The important information has been underlinedin the first question. Now underline the important information in the secondquestion. I YourEnglish-speaking friendhashelpedyoustudy for yourEnglish exam. Writean emailtolsabel.
K lsabel. Writea noteto yourcoach. In yournote,youshould. Readthe answersagain and underline the expressionswhich are used to thank, invite, slaggeEt, explain and apologise. Use this Writing Part 2 question to answerthe questionsin Exercise2 again. Ypuagreedto meetyourEnglish-speaking friend tomorrowbut nowyoucan'tgo. Writean emailto Jason. Write your answer to the task in Exercise5. Studentdavs Unit 1 Voco"bulory ond grnmmnrreview Grammar Q Complete the email with af, in or on in each gap.
Hi everybody, Well,hereI am New Zealand, stayingwith a veryfriendlyfamily 2 the town of Westport. I like bedroomis I We don't eat alwaysin the dining room. Vocabulary Completethe crosswordwith words from Unit 1. I usuallygo to bed night,and get up quiteearly I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 I havea big family and there'salwaysa lot..
Iittle money until Friday? I'm really nervous. Some have a spelling mistake and some have an incorrect irregular form. I went to the shoppingcentreand there I baught somenew clothes.
While my brother was playing football, he felt and injured his leg. We were studing at the sameschool. In the first lessonour English teacherteachedus somenew words for sports. Q put the verbs in bracketsinto the correct form of the past simple or past continuous to completethe sentences.
Be careful with your spelling! The sun fshine and the birds Yesterday,when I dinner, the phone sing. Completethese sentenceswith usedto or didn't use to. I I don'tplaythe pianonow but whenI wasyounger I I have lunch at schoolnow but at primary schoolI I live closeto schoolnow but when we lived in Tokyowe My brother is now a really good studentbut when he wasyoungerhe Mr Puy'doesn'tgive us much homeworkbut when Mrs Garciawas our teachershe Martin's never late for schoolbut beforehe bought the alarm clock he unitz Funtime..
Starting off Q vtatctr the verbs in the box with a-i to form leisure activities. Which are shown in the pictures? What's the best way to spend a day off? Put a-i in order, starting with the activity you most like or would like to do. Compareyour answerswith a partner. What kind of information , e. Match a-d with questions Youwill heara mantalkingon the radioabout a daYout.
Foreachquestion, puta tick [. Co Wild adventurecoursesare not dangerousbecause A you have to wear safetyequipment. B somebodyis alwaysholding you. C only adultscan go on the course.
B whales. C dolphins. A The route never changes. B They are a little too short. C There are no flights in winter. T I T Completequestions with expressionsfrom the recordingusing thesewords.
Decidewhich oian" four activities from the recording you would most like to do. Then ask your partner about other interesting ways of spending a day out e. Ask some ol the questionsfrom Exercise3. Exom advice. Beforeyoulisten,lookat eachquestion anddecide whatkindof information youneed[e. Whenyoufirsthearthe recording, listenfor details aboutthiskindof information andchoosethe best answer. Listencarefully the secondtimeto checkthatyou are right.
Make these adjectives negative by writing im-, in- or an- on the left. The expresstrain is faster,but the routethrough the hills is morebeautiful.
I alwaysput everything in its place,but my tdy brother'sroom is very Teenagers when they talk to their friends. When we arrived at the theme park, we were to start goingon the rides. Complete these sentenceswith information that is true for you. I 2 3 4 5 6 I think it's unhealthyn ent n. I think it's quiteunfair to How old do you think the boy in the second pictureis? Do you think someoneof that ageis old enoughto be out at seaon their own? Quickly read the text and complete this statement.
Use your own words. TLta writer's whiti. Which is closest to your answer in Exercise 2? A B C D To warn young peopleto take careat sea To describea great achievementby a boy to take up sailing teenagers To encourage To explainhow to becomean expertsailor Read the text more carefully and think of answers to these questions. Which paragraph gives you the answer to each? Are they in the same order as the questions? I What did Michaelsay when he arrivedin Jamaica? Exam aduice wow look at the multiple-choice options for questions l-3 above.
For each question, decide which of A, B, C or D is closest to your understanding of the text. Quicklyreadthe text to get the generalidea of what it is about.
Foreach question,decidewhat the text says about it beforeyou look at optionsA-D. Choosethe optionclosestto your understanding of the text. Give reasons for your answers. Begin your answers with the words given.
He had a conversation with Sebastian His fathersuggested the ideato hrm He wantedto do the sameas Sebastian He was alreadvan exnertsailor r What kind of recordwould you like to break? Ahere waa! How much time would you needfor training?
How would you feel if you succeeded? I'd hee!. It beganto snow. Q 'Which are followed by a verb ending in -ing, and which are followed by an infinitive? Complete the table. Rewrite the incorrect sentences. I would like to learn dancingthe 'Sawba'. A wou! I really enjoy to be here. I'll never forgetto visit the Statueof Liberty last year.
We hope to go to the sameisland again next year. Do you fancy to comewith us? I must rememberto phone Carlostomorrow. When we finished to eat I went to my house. I forgot asking you about your family. Do you remembersailing into CapeTown? Then ask the questions. Free time Negative prefixes Phrasa l verbs People's hobbies.. Holiday activities Travel, journey, trip Buildings and places Adjectives used to describe places.. Personal leeli ngs. Television programmes Going out Beenl gone, mee t. State verbs A fe w.
Big and enormous gradable and non -g radable adjectives].. Can, could, might, may abil ity and possibility Should, shouldn't, ought to, must, mustn't, have to, don't have to obligation and prohibition].. Compound words Phrasal verbs Describing people Prefixes and su ffixes Hea lth and exercise ll lnesses and accidents Sports collocations Typ es of load and drink Course, dish, toad.
Neither do 1 Which, that, who, whose, when and where clauses. The passive: present and past simple Comparative and superlative adverbs.. All these extra exercises are linked to the tapies in the Student's Book.
It teaches you the reading, writing, listening and speaking skills which are necessary for the exam as well as essential grammar and vocabulary. For those who are not planning to take the exam in the near future, the book provides skills and language highly relevant to an intermediate leve!