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1 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation A GRAMMAR 1 Complete the . Put the verb in brackets in the present perfect or past simple. Hi Craig I ve just received (just / receive) your . Sorry to hear you aren t well. I hope you feel better soon. You 1 (be) really busy recently! (you / plan) your holiday yet? In June, I (go) to Canada with my family again. We (go) there three times now! But this time, 2 3 we (not stay) with my uncle in Toronto. Instead, we 6 (hire) a car so we could visit different places. Then in August, Tanya and I 7 (travel) around Morocco. 8 (you / ever / go) there? It s a really interesting country. Write soon! Tobias 2 Complete the dialogues with just, already, or yet. Example: Tom Have you finished that report yet? Mel I ve just typed the last page. I finished it a few minutes ago! 1 Ana I haven t ed Yoshio 1. What about you? Tim I ve 2 sent him five s! 2 Bob I ve 3 seen this film. I saw it at the cinema. Jill Don t tell me what happens! I haven t seen it! 3 Jan I ve made some biscuits. Would you like one? Lee No, thanks. I m not hungry. I ve 6 had lots to eat today Underline the correct word. Example: I want to take Mum somewhere / anywhere / nowhere nice for her birthday. 1 She didn t do nothing / something / anything yesterday. 2 I knocked on the door but somebody / nobody / anybody answered. 3 We ve bought you something / somebody / somewhere for Christmas I m thirsty because I ve had something / nothing / anything to drink. Did you go anywhere / nowhere / anything nice at the weekend? 6 Anyone / Someone / Something left their wallet in the classroom. VOCABULARY 6 Grammar total 20 Complete the shopping words in the sentences. Example: These shoes don t fit. They re too small. 1 You can try the dress on in the c room. 2 They went to the c to pay for everything. 3 You need your r when you take something back to a shop. Ken hates going to shops, so he does all his shopping o. This colour doesn t s me. It makes me look older. 6 This jacket is too small. I need a bigger s. 7 I love buying things on a sites like ebay. 7 1

2 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation A Complete the sentences with the correct word. Example: Sam never makes his bed in the morning. does makes puts 1 Elena is a cookery course at the local college. doing making going 2 Paul some mistakes in his homework. did put made 3 Lunch is nearly ready. Can you the table, Pete? make lay put Don t walk on the kitchen floor! I ve just it. ironed made cleaned Jaime forgot to do the, so there aren t any clean cups. washing washing up shopping 6 Remember to out the rubbish before you go to bed. take make do 7 Don t leave your clothes on the floor. them up. leave pick find 7 PRONUNCIATION 7 Match the words with the same sound. cheap key jumper lunch nobody uniform Example: somebody lunch 1 changing 2 beautiful 3 account match clothes 8 Underline the stressed syllable. Example: a ssis tant 1 cus tomer 2 re ceipt 3 ru bbish house work pro ceed Pronunciation total 10 6 Choose from the pairs of adjectives to complete the sentences. Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 0 boring / bored exciting / excited interested / interesting relaxing / relaxed depressing / depressed tiring / tired Example: I was very depressed yesterday because I failed my driving test. 1 Walking around the museum was quite. I need a rest! 2 The kids were. They had nothing to do. 3 I m not in art. I prefer sport. The football match was really. Our team scored in the last minute. The lesson was really. We nearly fell asleep. 6 I always feel after swimming. It helps me forget all my stress. 6 Vocabulary total 20 2

3 Reading and Writing A READING 1 Read a teenager s blog about shopping and tick ( ) A, B, or C. Shopping with mother? I m Cathy Huang and I m 16. Welcome to my blog. This week I m writing about shopping with your mother. Thanks for reading! Have you ever been shopping with your mother? I d like to hear you say Yes, and it was fun. But are you really telling the truth? I went to the shopping centre yesterday with my mum. She wanted to buy me a dress for her birthday party. She s going to be 0 next weekend. So what s the problem with that? I hear you ask. Well, the problem is, my mother always wants to buy me what she wants, not what I want. And we want very different things. I tried on a beautiful red dress, but she said it didn t fit. (It was very short!) Then I tried on a long skirt, but she didn t like the colour. (It was purple!) I was in and out of changing rooms all day and we couldn t agree on anything. She rolled her eyes and complained about everything I tried on. It was so depressing. And so boring. By o clock my feet were killing me and I still didn t have a dress for the party. Next time Mum wants to take me shopping, I m going to tell her my room is a terrible mess and I have to tidy it now. I know it s not very nice to lie, but shopping with my mother is not fun. And, I ve just seen a fantastic dress on ebay. It s so chic. I m going to look amazing at Mum s party. Example: Cathy writes her blog every week. A True B False C Doesn t say 1 Cathy and her mum went to the shopping centre yesterday. 2 Cathy s mum wanted to buy her a skirt. 3 Cathy s mum is 0 next weekend. Cathy s mum always buys too many clothes. Cathy tried on a beautiful red dress. 6 Cathy and her mum agreed on everything. 7 Cathy thought it was an exciting shopping trip. 8 By o clock, Cathy wanted to go home. 9 Cathy doesn t want to go shopping with her mum again. 10 Cathy isn t going to her mum s birthday party. 2 Read the blog again and answer the questions. 1 What does Cathy s mum always want to buy her? 2 What did Cathy s mum think of the red dress? 3 What did Cathy s mum complain about? What two problems did Cathy have at o clock? What is the ebay dress like? WRITING 10 Reading total 1 Write about a time you went clothes shopping with a friend. Answer the questions. ( words) Which shop(s) did you go to? What did you need to buy? Did you try anything on? What? Was your friend helpful? Are you planning to go shopping with your friend again? Writing total 10 Reading and Writing total 2 3

4 Listening and Speaking A LISTENING 1 Listen to a conversation between Jack and his mother. Tick ( ) A, B, or C to complete the sentences. 1 Jack s mother has just been to the. A restaurant B shops C bank 2 Jack hasn t tidied yet. A the bathroom B the kitchen C his room 3 Jack has got a lot of to do. A homework B reading C phoning One thing Jack s mother asks him to do is:. A cook the dinner B take out the rubbish C clean the floor Jack thinks housework is. A boring B interesting C depressing 2 Listen to five conversations. Match the conversations with the topics (A G). There are two answers you don t need. Conversation 1 Conversation 2 Conversation 3 Conversation Conversation A cooking something new B going to a fancy dress party C reading an interesting book D doing homework E trying a new sport F shopping in another country G buying something you ve never worn SPEAKING 1 Ask your partner these questions. 1 Have you ever been shopping in a foreign city? What did you buy? 2 Have you ever tried a new sport? Which one did you try? 3 Have you ever been to an unusual party? Why was it unusual? Have you ever bought something you ve never worn? What was it? Have you ever forgotten to do your homework? What happened? Now answer your partner s questions. 2 Look at Anna s list of jobs for the day and answer your partner s questions. Things to do today take out rubbish pick up wet towels clear table tidy living room do ironing 3 Has Joe done his jobs for the day? Make questions and ask your partner. tidy / bathroom? make / dinner? do / washing up? clean / floor? put away / clean clothes? Speaking total 1 Listening and Speaking total 2 Listening total 10

5 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation B GRAMMAR 1 Complete the dialogues with just, already, or yet. Example: Juan I ve already seen this film. I saw it at the cinema. Jill Don t tell me what happens! I haven t seen it yet! 1 Sara I ve 1 made some biscuits. Would you like one? Mike No, thanks. I m not hungry. I ve 2 had lots to eat today. 2 Anna I haven t ed Tom 3. What about you? Nils I ve sent him six s! 3 Dave Have you finished that report? Kate I ve 6 typed the last page. I finished it a few minutes ago! 2 Underline the correct word. Example: Has anybody / nobody / anywhere seen Marty today? 1 I m hungry because I ve had anything / something / nothing to eat. 2 Anyone / Someone / Something left their mobile phone on the bus. 3 Did you go somewhere / anywhere / nothing interesting on Sunday? I want to take my wife somewhere / anywhere / nowhere really nice for her birthday. We didn t do something / nothing / anything last night. 6 I phoned three times but somebody / anybody / nobody answered Complete the . Use the verb in brackets in the present perfect or past simple. Hi Kate I ve just received (just / receive) your . Sorry to hear you aren t well. I hope you feel better soon. You 1 (be) really busy recently! (you / plan) your holiday yet? In April, I (go) to Norway with my family again. We (go) there four times now! But this time, 2 3 we (not stay) with my aunt in Oslo. Instead, we 6 (hire) a car so we could visit different places. Then in August, Andrew and I 7 (travel) around Turkey. 8 (you / ever / go) there? It s a really interesting country. Write soon! Sofie VOCABULARY 8 Grammar total 20 Complete the sentences with the correct word. Example: Don t leave your clothes on the floor. Pick them up. leave pick find 1 Agnes never her bed in the morning. puts does makes 2 Don t forget to out the rubbish before you go to bed. take make do 3 Mark forgot to do the, so there aren t any clean plates. washing shopping washing up I think I a mistake in my homework. did made put Dinner is nearly ready. Can you the table, Joanne? lay put make 6 Janine is a French course at the local college. making doing going 7 I ve just the kitchen floor. Don t walk on it! made cleaned ironed 7 1

6 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation B Choose from the pairs of adjectives in the list to complete the sentences. boring / bored exciting / excited interested / interesting relaxing / relaxed depressing / depressed tiring / tired Example: The kids were bored. They had nothing to do. 1 I always feel after running. It helps me forget all my stress. 2 The English lesson was really. I nearly fell asleep. 3 I m not in books. I prefer films. Sam was yesterday because he failed his exam. Walking around the art gallery was quite. I need a rest! 6 The basketball match was really. We scored in the last minute. 6 Complete the shopping words in the sentences. Example: This jacket is too small. I need a bigger size. 1 We went to the c to pay for everything. 2 Lily buys everything o because she hates going to shops. 3 That colour makes you look older. It doesn t s you. You can try the trousers on in the c room. I love buying things on a sites like ebay. 6 These shoes don t f. They re too small. 7 You need your r when you take something back to a shop. 6 7 PRONUNCIATION 7 Underline the stressed syllable. Example: pro ceed 1 re ceipt 2 a ssis tant 3 house work cus tomer ru bbish 8 Match the words with the same sound. account beautiful changing clothes match somebody Example: nobody clothes 1 cheap 2 lunch 3 uniform jumper key Pronunciation total 10 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 0 Vocabulary total 20 2

7 Reading and Writing B READING 1 Read a teenager s blog about shopping and tick ( ) A, B, or C. Shopping with mother? I m Cathy Huang and I m 16. Welcome to my blog. This week I m writing about shopping with your mother. Thanks for reading! Have you ever been shopping with your mother? I d like to hear you say Yes, and it was fun. But are you really telling the truth? I went to the shopping centre yesterday with my mum. She wanted to buy me a dress for her birthday party. She s going to be 0 next weekend. So what s the problem with that? I hear you ask. Well, the problem is, my mother always wants to buy me what she wants, not what I want. And we want very different things. I tried on a beautiful red dress, but she said it didn t fit. (It was very short!) Then I tried on a long skirt, but she didn t like the colour. (It was purple!) I was in and out of changing rooms all day and we couldn t agree on anything. She rolled her eyes and complained about everything I tried on. It was so depressing. And so boring. By o clock my feet were killing me and I still didn t have a dress for the party. Next time Mum wants to take me shopping, I m going to tell her my room is a terrible mess and I have to tidy it now. I know it s not very nice to lie, but shopping with my mother is not fun. And, I ve just seen a fantastic dress on ebay. It s so chic. I m going to look amazing at Mum s party. Example: Cathy writes her blog every week. A True B False C Doesn t say 1 Cathy went shopping with her mother yesterday. 2 Cathy s mum wanted to buy her a dress. 3 It s Cathy s birthday next weekend. Cathy s mum likes to buy what Cathy wants. Cathy s mum tried on a dress too. 6 Cathy s mum complained about everything Cathy tried on. 7 Cathy thought it was a boring shopping trip. 8 By o clock, Cathy had a dress for the birthday party. 9 Cathy wants to go shopping with her mum again. 10 The dress on ebay is very expensive. 2 Read the blog again and answer the questions. 1 What do Cathy and her mum want? 2 What did Cathy s mum think of the long skirt? 3 What did Cathy and her mum agree on? Next time, what is Cathy going to tell her mum about her room? How is Cathy going to look at the birthday party? WRITING 10 Reading total 1 Write about a time you went clothes shopping with your partner / a friend. Answer the questions. ( words) Which shop(s) did you go to? What did you need to buy? Did you try anything on? What? Was your partner / friend helpful? Are you planning to go shopping with your partner / friend again? Writing total 10 Reading and Writing total 2 3

8 Listening and Speaking B LISTENING 1 Listen to a conversation between Jack and his mother. Tick ( ) A, B, or C to complete the sentences. 1 Jack s mother is going to cook in half an hour. A dinner B lunch C breakfast 2 Jack has been at college. A this afternoon B all day C this morning 3 Jack has already picked up his. A dirty shoes B college books C dirty clothes One thing Jack s mother asks him to do is. A lay the table for dinner B clean the floor C clear the table For Jack, doing the housework is. A depressing B boring C interesting 2 Listen to five conversations. Match the conversations with the topics (A G). There are two answers you don t need. Conversation 1 Conversation 2 Conversation 3 Conversation Conversation A reading a good book B doing a new sport C buying something you ve never used D writing about clothes E shopping in a foreign city F wearing something unusual G cooking something new SPEAKING 1 Answer your partner s questions. Now ask your partner these questions. 1 Have you ever bought something you didn t like when you got home? What was it? 2 Have you ever been to a fancy dress party? What did you wear? 3 Have you ever cooked something unusual? What was it? What did it taste like? Have you ever tried a different sport? Which one did you try? Have you ever been on a shopping trip in a foreign city? What was it like? 2 Has Anna done her jobs for the day? Make questions and ask your partner. take out / rubbish? pick up / wet towels? clear / table? tidy / living room? do / ironing? 3 Now look at Joe s list of jobs for the day and answer your partner s questions. Things to do today tidy bathroom make dinner do washing up clean floor put away clean clothes Speaking total 1 Listening and Speaking total 2 Listening total 10

9 Answer Key A Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation GRAMMAR 1 1 ve been 2 Have you planned 3 went ve been didn t stay 6 hired 7 travelled 8 Have you ever been 2 1 yet 2 already 3 already yet just 6 already 3 1 anything 2 nobody 3 something nothing anywhere 6 Someone VOCABULARY 1 changing 2 checkout 3 receipt online suit 6 size 7 auction 1 doing 2 made 3 lay cleaned washing up 6 take 7 pick 6 1 tiring 2 bored 3 interested exciting boring 6 relaxed PRONUNCIATION 7 1 jumper 2 uniform 3 key cheap nobody 8 1 customer 2 receipt 3 rubbish housework proceed Reading and Writing READING 1 1 A 2 B 3 A C A 6 B 7 B 8 C 9 A 10 B 2 1 Cathy s mum wants to buy what she wants. 2 She said it didn t fit. 3 She complained about everything Cathy tried on. Her feet hurt / were killing her. She didn t have a dress. The dress is fantastic and very chic. WRITING Student s own answers. Task completion: The task is fully completed and the answer is easy to understand. ( marks) Grammar: The student uses appropriate structures to achieve the task. Minor errors do not obscure the meaning. (3 marks) Vocabulary: The student uses a sufficient range of words and phrases to communicate the message clearly. (3 marks) 1

10 Answer Key A Listening and Speaking LISTENING 1 1 B 2 C 3 A B A 2 1 B 2 D 3 G C F SPEAKING Interactive communication and oral production: The student communicates effectively with his / her partner, asking and answering simple questions, and where necessary initiating conversation and responding. The student uses appropriate strategies to complete the task successfully. ( marks) Grammar and Vocabulary: The student uses a sufficient range of vocabulary and structure to communicate clearly. Minor occasional errors do not impede communication. ( marks) Pronunciation: The student s intonation, stress, and articulation of sounds make the message clear and comprehensible. ( marks) 2

11 Answer Key B Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation GRAMMAR 1 1 just 2 already 3 yet already yet 6 just 2 1 nothing 2 Someone 3 anywhere somewhere anything 6 nobody 3 1 ve been 2 Have you planned 3 went ve been didn t stay 6 hired 7 travelled 8 Have you ever been VOCABULARY 1 makes 2 take 3 washing up made lay 6 doing 7 cleaned 1 relaxed 2 boring 3 interested depressed tiring 6 exciting 6 1 checkout 2 online 3 suit changing auction 6 fit 7 receipt PRONUNCIATION 7 1 receipt 2 assistant 3 housework customer rubbish 8 1 match 2 somebody 3 beautiful changing account Reading and Writing READING 1 1 A 2 A 3 B B C 6 A 7 A 8 B 9 B 10 C 2 1 They want very different things. 2 She didn t like the colour. 3 They didn t agree on anything. / They agreed on nothing. It s in a terrible mess and she has to tidy it now. She is going to look amazing. WRITING Student s own answers. Task completion: The task is fully completed and the answer is easy to understand. ( marks) Grammar: The student uses appropriate structures to achieve the task. Minor errors do not obscure the meaning. (3 marks) Vocabulary: The student uses a sufficient range of words and phrases to communicate the message clearly. (3 marks) 3

12 Answer Key B Listening and Speaking LISTENING 1 1 A 2 B 3 C A B 2 1 F 2 D 3 C A E SPEAKING Interactive communication and oral production: The student communicates effectively with his / her partner, asking and answering simple questions, and where necessary initiating conversation and responding. The student uses appropriate strategies to complete the task successfully. ( marks) Grammar and Vocabulary: The student uses a sufficient range of vocabulary and structure to communicate clearly. Minor occasional errors do not impede communication. ( marks) Pronunciation: The student s intonation, stress, and articulation of sounds make the message clear and comprehensible. ( marks)

13 Listening Scripts FILE Listening 1 Mum Jack Mum Jack Mum Jack Mum Jack Mum Jack Mum Jack Hi, Jack. I m home Did you have a good day at college? Not bad. Mum, there s nothing in the house to eat. I m really hungry. I ve just been to the shops, Jack. Dinner is in half an hour By the way, have you tidied your room yet? Mum, I ve been at college all day and now I ve got a lot of homework. I ve picked up my dirty clothes, though OK, thanks, Jack. Maybe you can tidy your room later. Can you lay the table for dinner now? And when you ve finished doing that, can you take out the rubbish for me? All right, all right. I m going Jack, don t look so bored, please. There s a lot of housework to do, and I can t do it all. I realize that, Mum. I ve got a lot of homework to finish, that s all. And I ve got a lot of other things to do as well, Jack. Sorry, Mum. I know. OK, let s just do the boring things and then we can sit down and have a nice dinner. Yeah, OK. Sounds good. FILE Listening 2 1 Julie Mark Julie Mark 2 Dad Izzie Dad Izzie 3 Tim Alice Tim Alice Mark, have you ever been to a fancy dress party? I have, actually. I went to one last Saturday night. Oh, so, did you wear anything fun? I went as Mickey Mouse. Nobody knew it was me! Have you done your homework yet, Izzie? Yeah, I ve already done it, Dad. OK, that s good. What was it today? I wrote something about celebrities and fashion. It was quite interesting. Have you ever bought something you ve never worn? Yes, I have. I bought some beautiful designer boots last year. The problem was, they didn t really fit. I just wanted to buy them because they were fantastic boots. They re still under my bed. Oh, Alice Please don t tell anyone! John I m looking for an interesting book to read. Have you read anything interesting recently? Emma Well, I ve just finished The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón. I really enjoyed it. Have you read it? John No, I haven t. What s it like? Emma It s a really good story. In fact, when I started reading it, I couldn t stop. Dan Tina Dan Tina Tina, have you ever been shopping in a foreign city? Yes, I have. I went to Berlin last summer. I went shopping on the Ku damm. It s like Oxford Street in London. Were the shops good? Oh, yes, the Ku damm has really good shops. And I love shopping somewhere new.

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