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    Vocabulary

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    outrageous;

    ewellery

    or

    jewelry'in

    US English);

    bracelets; arrings;

    expensive;

    xciting;

    suits;

    fashion

    conscious;

    ifferent

    Unit2

    Listening

    I l D

    2 G

    3 H

    4 E

    5 B

    Recording

    script

    igi{till

    Youwill hear

    five

    short extractsn

    which

    people

    re alking

    aboutcomputer

    ames. or questions

    -5, choose

    from

    the

    lkt

    (A-H)

    the

    ob

    of each

    erson.

    Jse

    he etters

    nly once.

    There

    re hreeextra

    etterswhichyou

    do not need o

    use.

    You

    now have

    30 secondso look

    at

    the

    quations.

    Speaker

    The

    rend n

    society s to label

    computergames

    s

    mindless

    and anti-social, ut I dont share hat view.Manyof the

    problem

    eenagers

    t

    need

    to develop

    elationships

    nd mprove heir

    socialskills.

    Introducing

    computergames

    n an earllr

    session ften

    allows

    me to get

    hrough to these ids and

    o win their

    confidence.

    also ind that playing

    hesegames

    ften

    makes

    hem feel

    betterabout

    hemselves,nd

    hat s so

    important.

    I

    Speaker

    Somegames

    are very

    violent and have

    extremelygraphic

    content lots

    ofblood

    and

    gunfire.

    worry

    aboutwhat

    that

    might

    be doing o a youngperson

    who already

    as

    emotional ssues f somekind. I know the evidencesrlt

    conclusive,

    ut someofthe problem

    cases have

    o deal

    with

    in my

    classroom eally makeme

    think that

    therecould

    be a ink between

    iolent games nd

    aggressiveehaviour.

    Speaker

    I neverplayed

    computergames

    much myself

    when I

    was

    young.

    The

    kids I look

    after areonly eight

    and en, and

    I feel

    t's not good

    or them

    to be exposed

    o so much

    violence.

    But

    their mum and dad et

    them

    pla)'

    with

    this

    stuff

    at the weekends.

    o I'm in a rather

    ricky

    position.

    t's

    always

    asier

    when he weather's ood

    and we can get

    out

    to

    the

    park

    to play ootball,

    but on a rainy

    afternoon, find

    it hard to sayno sometimes.

    Speaker

    My

    job's

    great

    ve always een nto Manga

    and cartoons,

    so working

    on the visualsideof all these antastic

    new

    games

    wele developing

    s

    pure

    fun We

    often work late

    to finish

    a

    project

    and

    t

    can akeages etting

    a

    particular

    image ight,

    but it's great

    when

    you

    finally succeed.

    'd ike

    to move nto

    animation

    work

    in

    the future and hey

    may be

    willing

    to sendme

    on a training course or

    that someday.

    2 a imagine

    b beautiful

    c brilliant

    d

    beginning

    Phrasalverbs

    e writer

    f

    apologise

    g

    disappointed

    h Happiness

    3 a keep

    up with

    b pulledon

    c get away

    with; smarten

    .. up

    d dressed p; stood

    out

    e

    put

    together

    Reading

    4 They

    date rom 1886.

    5

    a False there s

    one other pair,

    according

    o the

    text

    b False he paid

    evenmore

    for them

    c True

    -

    the companyhistorian

    d False theyhave

    a leatherpatch

    e Tiue

    f

    True

    6

    oldest; he most

    expensive;

    he highest;

    he most mportant

    7 a excessive

    bordinary

    cappropriately

    d delighted

    e frayed

    f remarkably

    Grammar

    Comparison

    8

    b

    Flat

    shoes

    re

    more

    comfortable

    han high-heeled

    nes.

    c

    Ieans

    are more

    casual han trousers.

    d

    Supermodels re

    hinner than

    other

    people.

    e Lily

    Cole s

    younger

    han Kate

    Moss.

    f New York s

    bigger han

    SanFrancisco.

    g

    fogging

    s less

    dangerous

    han bungee-jumping.

    h

    Clubbing s more/less

    iring than

    studying.

    9 a not

    as cheapas

    b not as difficult

    as

    c not

    as ast as

    A N S W E R S

    N D R E C O R D I N G

    C R I P T S

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    Speaker

    Im a

    bit of a

    nerd,

    guess.

    taughtmyself

    programming

    language

    when I

    was barely nto my teens

    and did computer

    science t uni. Steve

    nd

    I

    started he company

    wo

    yearsago and now

    there are five ofus: Debra s

    our sales

    managerand we have wo anazingguys for the graphics,

    who

    work

    hard

    to guarantee

    our

    games

    ook better

    than the

    rest.

    Stevegeneratesmost

    of the creative deas,

    come up

    with all

    the

    proerammine

    solutions

    and then the

    art team

    does he business

    Reading

    2

    board games

    3

    a business

    bappreciate

    cinterrupting

    d working out problems

    e chance f limit

    g

    keen h

    plonk

    Grammar

    Review

    f

    present

    enses

    4

    Suggestederbs

    a5 says;

    are

    rising

    bl believq offer

    c3 are spending;means

    d4 arc stopping;

    hink

    e2 seem; nvolve

    5l know 2l ike

    3keeps

    4real ises/knows

    5 forgets/hates

    6 hate

    7

    likes

    8 sounds

    9 understands l0

    wish

    Vocabulary

    6 Vertical

    word: nternet

    I graphics

    2 clone

    3 adventure

    4 opponent

    5 version

    6 weapons

    7

    solve 8

    effects

    7 a

    anti-social bmessy

    cdemanding

    d aggressive

    e sophisticated

    Unit3

    Vocabulary

    Travelquiz

    I

    a cruise

    btourists cferry

    d yacht e hotels f harbour

    g

    cabin h

    travel agent i

    flight

    Phr'asalverbs

    2 L g

    2 f

    3 b 4 e

    5

    h

    6 a 7 c

    8 d

    3 a feel ike b depart for

    c

    put

    up

    with

    d

    ring

    up e recovering rom

    f continue

    4 a Formal,

    written f Formal,

    spoken

    b Informal,

    written

    g

    Formal,

    written

    c

    Formal,

    written h Informal/semi-formal,

    written

    d Formal,

    spoken i Informal, spoken

    e Informal,

    spoken

    j

    Informal, spoken

    Grammar

    Obligation,

    ecessity

    nd

    permission

    5 a have

    o

    /

    must

    b have

    o

    /

    must

    c

    dont have o

    d need

    Prepositions

    f location

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    o f f

    2 i n

    3 o n

    6 round/around

    7 on

    Unit 4

    Reading

    I a Africa

    b SanDiego

    c the

    silver-maned rill monkey

    d four e eight

    Guessing

    nknownwords

    3 a to restart start againwith a new populationof animals

    b beginning

    c

    no

    longer on Earth

    d a discovery

    significantdevelopment

    e to make/grow

    f

    stored/kept

    g

    metal

    containers

    h edge

    i

    a small

    pool

    of

    water

    I

    j

    seeing

    Listening

    4 I insects

    2

    biology 3

    pandas

    4 rain/wet

    (weather)

    5 food 6 talks 7 finger 8 radio 9 teachers

    10

    China

    Recording

    cript S ffi

    You

    will hear a

    zoo

    keeper

    alled

    Helena

    Tomkins, alking

    abouther work.For

    questions -10, complete

    hesentences

    with a word or

    short

    phrase.

    You

    now have45 seconds

    o look at the questions.

    Helena:

    Hello. Thank

    you for inviting me here

    to talk to

    you

    today. I

    ve wanted to work with

    animals ever since

    I was our

    or five yearsold. What really nterested

    me

    wasnot looking

    after catsor do