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1 Elementary (UA) Workbook Key © OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS • PHOTOCOPIABLE Unit Introduction A Meeting people Exercise 1 $ LISTENING 2 page 4 Iris Hi, Annaliese. How are you? Annaliese Fine, thanks, Iris. And you? Iris I’m fine too. Annaliese, this is Giacomo. He’s from America. Annaliese Hi, nice to meet you. Giacomo And you. Where are you from, Annaliese? Annaliese I’m from Australia. Giacomo And how old are you? Annaliese I’m seventeen. What about you? Giacomo I’m seventeen too. Annaliese How do you spell your name? Giacomo G-I-A-C-O-M-O. 2 Fine, thanks, Iris. And you? 3 I’m fine too. Annaliese, this is Giacomo. He’s from America. 5 And you. Where are you from, Annaliese? 6 I’m from Australia. 8 I’m seventeen. What about you? 9 I’m seventeen, too. 10 How do you spell your name? 11 G-I-A-C-O-M-O. Exercise 2 $ LISTENING 3 page 4 2 school 3 student 4 teacher 5 pencil 6 house 7 chair 8 desk Exercise 3 $ LISTENING 4 page 4 b 13 c 11 d 23 e 9 f 50 g 16 h 1 i 30 Exercise 4 page 4 21 twenty-one 3 three 8 eight 40 forty 19 nineteen 15 fifteen 12 twelve 6 six Exercise 5 $ LISTENING 5 page 4 1 What’s your name? 2 How are you? 3 How old are you? 4 How do you spell your name? 5 Where are you from? Students’ own answers Exercise 6 page 4 Students’ own answers B be, possessives and pronouns Exercise 1 page 5 1 ’re 2 is 3 are 4 ’m 5 is 6 ’re Exercise 2 page 5 2 Sam isn’t in the classroom. 3 We aren’t eighteen years old. 4 They aren’t from New Zealand. 5 I’m not hungry. Exercise 3 page 5 1 Is your name Martin? 2 Are you from Ireland? 3 Is your dad at home? 4 Are Harry and Neil teachers? 5 Are Joanna and I American? 6 Is Sarah hungry? 1 c 2 f 3 a 4 b 5 e 6 d Exercise 4 $ LISTENING 6 page 5 1 Liam is nineteen years old. 2 Liam and Clare are American. 3 Liam is from New Orleans. 4 Clare is from Chicago. 5 Clare is nineteen years old. 6 Liam’s favourite food is ice cream. 1 F 2 T 3 F 4 T 5 T 6 F Exercise 5 page 5 Students’ own answers Exercise 6 page 5 2 your 3 his 4 her 5 its 6 our 7 your 8 their Exercise 7 page 5 b 1 That is my mum. c 4 Those are our sisters. d 5 This is my schoolbag. e 3 That is his bike. f 6 These are our books. Challenge! page 5 Students’ own answers C have got and articles Exercise 1 page 6 1 ’ve got 2 ’s got 3 ’s got 4 ’ve got 5 ’ve got Exercise 2 page 6 2 haven’t got 3 hasn’t got 4 haven’t got 5 hasn’t got 6 haven’t got 2 f 3 a 4 e 5 d 6 b Exercise 3 page 6 2 Has Leo got a guitar? No, he hasn’t. 3 Have Emily and Leo got a cat? No, they haven’t. 4 Have Emily and Leo got a dictionary? Yes, they have. 5 Has Emily got an MP3 player? No, she hasn’t. 6 Has Leo got an MP3 player? Yes, he has. Exercise 4 page 6 1 an 2 an 3 a 4 a 5 an 6 a Exercise 5 page 6 1 a 2 a 3 The 4 the 5 the 6 an Exercise 6 page 6 1 b 2 b 3 c 4 c 5 a 2 nd edition Elementary Workbook Key

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1 Elementary (UA) Workbook Key© OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS • PHOTOCOPIABLE

Unit Introduction

A Meeting people Exercise 1 $ LISTENING 2 page 4

Iris Hi, Annaliese. How are you?Annaliese Fine, thanks, Iris. And you?Iris I’m fine too. Annaliese, this is Giacomo. He’s from America.Annaliese Hi, nice to meet you.Giacomo And you. Where are you from, Annaliese?Annaliese I’m from Australia.Giacomo And how old are you?Annaliese I’m seventeen. What about you?Giacomo I’m seventeen too.Annaliese How do you spell your name?Giacomo G-I-A-C-O-M-O.

2 Fine, thanks, Iris. And you?3 I’m fine too. Annaliese, this is Giacomo. He’s from America.5 And you. Where are you from, Annaliese?6 I’m from Australia.8 I’m seventeen. What about you?9 I’m seventeen, too.

10 How do you spell your name?11 G-I-A-C-O-M-O.

Exercise 2 $ LISTENING 3 page 4

2 school 3 student 4 teacher 5 pencil 6 house 7 chair 8 desk

Exercise 3 $ LISTENING 4 page 4

b 13 c 11 d 23 e 9 f 50 g 16 h 1 i 30

Exercise 4 page 4

21 twenty-one 3 three 8 eight 40 forty 19 nineteen 15 fifteen 12 twelve 6 six

Exercise 5 $ LISTENING 5 page 4

1 What’s your name? 2 How are you? 3 How old are you? 4 How do you spell your name? 5 Where are you from?

Students’ own answers

Exercise 6 page 4

Students’ own answers

B be, possessives and pronouns Exercise 1 page 5

1 ’re 2 is 3 are 4 ’m 5 is 6 ’re

Exercise 2 page 5

2 Sam isn’t in the classroom. 3 We aren’t eighteen years old. 4 They aren’t from New Zealand. 5 I’m not hungry.

Exercise 3 page 5

1 Is your name Martin? 2 Are you from Ireland? 3 Is your dad at home? 4 Are Harry and Neil teachers? 5 Are Joanna and I American? 6 Is Sarah hungry?

1 c 2 f 3 a 4 b 5 e 6 d

Exercise 4 $ LISTENING 6 page 5

1 Liam is nineteen years old.2 Liam and Clare are American.3 Liam is from New Orleans.4 Clare is from Chicago.5 Clare is nineteen years old.6 Liam’s favourite food is ice cream.

1 F 2 T 3 F 4 T 5 T 6 F

Exercise 5 page 5

Students’ own answers

Exercise 6 page 5

2 your 3 his 4 her 5 its 6 our 7 your 8 their

Exercise 7 page 5

b 1 That is my mum.c 4 Those are our sisters.d 5 This is my schoolbag.e 3 That is his bike.f 6 These are our books.

Challenge! page 5

Students’ own answers

C have got and articles Exercise 1 page 6

1 ’ve got 2 ’s got 3 ’s got 4 ’ve got 5 ’ve got

Exercise 2 page 6

2 haven’t got 3 hasn’t got 4 haven’t got 5 hasn’t got 6 haven’t got

2 f 3 a 4 e 5 d 6 b

Exercise 3 page 6

2 Has Leo got a guitar? No, he hasn’t.3 Have Emily and Leo got a cat? No, they haven’t.4 Have Emily and Leo got a dictionary? Yes, they have.5 Has Emily got an MP3 player? No, she hasn’t.6 Has Leo got an MP3 player? Yes, he has.

Exercise 4 page 6

1 an 2 an 3 a 4 a 5 an 6 a

Exercise 5 page 6

1 a 2 a 3 The 4 the 5 the 6 an

Exercise 6 page 6

1 b 2 b 3 c 4 c 5 a

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Challenge! page 6

Students’ own answers

D Time, days and dates Exercise 1 $ LISTENING 7 page 7

1 Man What time is it, please? Woman It’s half past three. Man Thank you. Woman You’re welcome.2 Woman What time is it, please? Man It’s five to seven. Woman Thank you. Man You’re welcome.3 Man What time is it, please? Woman It’s quarter past eleven. Man Thank you. Woman You’re welcome.4 Woman What time is it, please? Man It’s ten past four. Woman Thank you. Man You’re welcome.5 Man What time is it, please? Woman It’s twenty to six. Man Thank you. Woman You’re welcome.6 Woman What time is it, please? Man It’s ten o’clock. Woman Thank you. Man You’re welcome.

1 3.30 2 6.55 3 11.15 4 4.10 5 5.40 6 10.00

Exercise 2 page 7

2 It’s five to seven. 3 It’s quarter past eleven. 4 It’s ten past four. 5 It’s twenty to six. 6 It’s ten o’clock.

Exercise 3 page 7

1 What time is it, please? 2 It’s half past ten. 3 Thank you. 4 You’re welcome.

Exercise 4 page 7

2 Monday 3 Tuesday 4 Wednesday 5 Thursday 6 Friday 7 Saturday

Exercise 5 page 7

Q W M A R C H E R J T YU J I O P A A U G U S TM A Y S S D F F G L H JK N O V E M B E R Y O DJ U N E P L Z B X C C EV A B N T A P R I L T CM R Q W E E R U T Y O EU Y I O M P A A S D B MF G H J B K L R L Z E BX C V B E N M Y Q W R EE R T Y R U I O P A S R

2 February 3 March 4 April 5 May 6 June 7 July 8 August 9 September 10 October 11 November 12 December

Exercise 6 page 7

2nd second 3rd third 4th fourth 5th fifth 6th sixth 7th seventh 8th eighth 9th ninth 10th tenth 11th eleventh 12th twelfth

Exercise 7 page 7

2 15th 3 30th 4 31st 5 18th 6 22nd

Exercise 8 $ LISTENING 8 page 7

2 1st June 3 19th December 4 20th January 5 31st July 6 12th February 7 8th September 8 6th March

Unit 1 1A Family Exercise 1 page 8

Across 2 grandfather 4 daughter 6 husband 9 cousin 11 wifeDown 1 granddaughter 3 aunt 5 grandmother 7 nephew 8 uncle 10 son

Exercise 2 page 8

2 parents 3 grandparents 4 granddaughter / grandchildren 5 great-grandfather / great-grandmother

Exercise 3 page 8

2 b 3 a 4 d 5 c 6 e

Exercise 4 page 8

2 My cousins’ flat is very big. 3 Naomi’s computer is new. 4 My friends’ party is on Saturday. 5 Her grandparents’ cat is black.

Vocabulary Builder (Part 2): Plural forms of nouns

Exercise 5 page 8

+ -s photos, twins, uncles, videos + -es buses, dishes, matches, tomatoes

Exercise 6 page 8

1 children 2 babies, teeth 3 men, women 4 families 5 people

1B Present simple: affirmative and negativeExercise 1 page 9

1 live 2 has 3 plays 4 study 5 like 6 watches

Exercise 2 page 9

1 has 2 work 3 comes 4 meet 5 get up 6 speaks

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1D Present simple: questions Exercise 1 page 11

1 Does; doesn’t 2 Do; do 3 Do; don’t 4 Do; don’t 5 Does; does 6 Do; do

Exercise 2 page 11

2 Does Rosie live in an apartment? Yes, she does.3 Does Rosie work in London? No, she doesn’t.4 Does Edward speak Spanish? No, he doesn’t.5 Do Rosie and Edward like cooking? No, they don’t.6 Does Edward play football? Yes, he does.7 Do Rosie and Edward go out a lot? Yes, they do.

Exercise 3 page 11

2 Why do you like Angelina Jolie? 3 When do you have lunch? 4 Which sports do they do? 5 What do you want for dinner? 6 Who do you live with?

Exercise 4 page 11

a 6 b 5 d 2 e 4 f 3

Challenge! page 11

1 Where do you live?2 How does your best friend travel to school?3 Who do you sit next to in class?4 What do you have for breakfast?

Students’ own answers

1E A day in the life Exercise 1 page 12

1 goes 2 have 3 use 4 does 5 get 6 goes 7 prepare 8 starts, finishes

Exercise 2 page 12

✓ animals, houses, books ✗ computers, TVs, phones

Exercise 3 page 12

1 a 2 c 3 a 4 b 5 b

Challenge! page 12

Students’ own answers

1F Introducing people Exercise 1 page 13

a What class are you in?b Where are you from?c Do you live near the school?d Have you got any brothers or sisters?e Is this your first day at this school?f Have you got friends at this school?

Exercise 3 page 9

2 Sofia studies maths on Saturdays. 3 Tom eats pizza on Saturdays. 4 Tom watches TV on Sundays. 5 Hannah and Sam listen to music on Sundays. 6 Sofia goes out on Sundays.

Exercise 4 page 9

2 Tom’s parents don’t live in New York.3 My brother doesn’t eat pizza.4 Our teacher doesn’t work on Sundays.5 My parents don’t like Lady Gaga.6 Sam doesn’t speak Chinese.7 We don’t like Elizabeth’s friends.

Exercise 5 page 9

2 My dad doesn’t work in a hotel.3 My friends don’t like sport.4 My best friend doesn’t speak Japanese.5 We don’t go to school on Saturdays.6 My brother doesn’t have guitar lessons.7 My grandmother doesn’t watch TV all day.

Challenge! page 9

Students’ own answers

1C Royal party Exercise 1 page 10

1 sons 2 husband 3 sister 4 Scotland 5 cousins

Exercise 2 page 10

1 F 2 F 3 T 4 F 5 F 6 T

Challenge! page 10

Students’ own answers

Listening Extra Unit 1Exercise 1 $ LISTENING 9 page 100

1 I work in the kitchens at Buckingham Palace. We’re always really busy when there’s a garden party. We make the sandwiches – thousands of sandwiches – and the cakes too.

2 I work for a big charity. We help choose the guests for the royal garden parties. Sometimes, it’s a difficult decision: everybody wants to go!

3 I work at Buckingham Palace. At royal garden parties, I have a special job: I introduce guests to the Queen. First, I ask them some questions so I can tell the Queen who they are, and why they are at the party. The Queen asks questions too – she’s always interested.

a 2 b 3 c 1

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1G A messagePreparation

Exercise 1 page 14

a T b T c F

Exercise 2 page 14

Para 1 Para 2 Not there

his name ✓

his hobbies ✓

his pets ✓

his age ✓

his favourite actor ✓

his favourite sports team ✓

where he lives ✓

his class at school ✓

his favourite singer ✓

Exercise 3 page 14

1 d 2 f 3 a 4 c 5 b 6 e

Exercise 4 page 14

1 on, at; with 2 at; in, for 3 on; at 4 in; for 5 to, by; with, to

Writing guide

Exercise 5 page 14

Students’ own answers

1 Culture Extra Talented familiesExercise 1 page 15 Students’ own answers

Exercise 2 page 15

1 VN 2 V 3 VN 4 VN 5 V 5 V 6 V 7 V 8 V

Exercise 3 page 15

1 They have got blue eyes and blond hair, powerful voices and they dance and play the piano.

2 They often sing with famous singers.3 Their parents are very proud.4 She can carry three people.5 Her parents are circus performers.6 Her favourite snacks are sweets and chocolates.

Exercise 4 page 15

1 performers 2 several 3 powerful 4 talented 5 no wonder 6 proud 7 contests

Exercise 2 $ LISTENING 10 page 13

Lucas Hi, I’m Lucas.Sienna Nice to meet you. I’m Sienna.Lucas Is this your first day at this school? Sienna Yes, it is.Lucas What class are you in?Sienna I’m in 11B. Lucas Oh, really? My friend Reece is in that class. Have you got friends at this school?Sienna No, I haven’t. I don’t know anybody!Lucas Have you got any brothers or sisters?Sienna Yes, I’ve got a brother called Theo. He’s twenty. He’s at university back home.Lucas Where are you from?Sienna We’re from Scotland. But my mum has got a new job.Lucas Do you live near the school?Sienna Yes, we do. But I don’t like our new house!

2 a 3 f 4 d 5 b 6 c

Exercise 3 page 13

From Scotland Family Theo; 20; university

Exercise 4 page 13

you ➞ you, he ➞ him, she ➞ her, it ➞ it, we ➞ us, you ➞ you, they ➞ them

Exercise 5 page 13

2 we 3 them 4 me 5 They 6 her 7 it 8 him

Exercise 6 $ LISTENING 11 page 13

Sean Hi! Nice to meet you. I’m Sean.Emily Nice to meet you. I’m Emily.Sean Is this your first day at this school? Emily Yes, it is.Sean Where are you from?Emily I’m from the USA. But we’re here in the UK for a year. My dad’s got a new job here.Sean What class are you in?Emily I’m in 10C. Sean Oh, OK. I’m in 11B. Have you got any brothers or sisters?Emily Yes – I have a sister. But she isn’t at school.Sean Oh. Why not?Emily She’s twenty-one. She works with my dad.Sean Oh, right. So what do you think of England?Emily I think it’s great. I love the people!

From the USA Family sister, 21; works with her dad

Exercise 7 page 13

Students’ own answers

Exercise 8 page 13

Students’ own answers

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Exercise 5 page 17

Students’ own answers

Exercise 6 $ LISTENING 12 page 17

Girl What do you usually do on Saturdays, Joe?Joe Well, I hardly ever do my homework. I usually do that on Sundays.Girl You’re in the football team, aren’t you? Do you play football on Saturdays?Joe Yes, I always play football in the morning. I play in the park with my friends.Girl Cool. What do you do in the afternoon?Joe I usually watch television. Girl Oh, OK. Do you listen to music?Joe Yes, I sometimes listen to music. Girl What about Saturday evenings? What do you do then?Joe I go out with my friends.Girl Do you go dancing?Joe No, I never go dancing. I hate dancing. We go to the cinema, or we go for a pizza.

always usually often sometimes hardly ever

never

do my homework

play football ✓

watch TV ✓

listen to music

go dancing ✓

Exercise 7 page 17

2 How often does Joe play football on Saturdays? Always.3 How often does Joe watch television on Saturdays? Usually.4 How often does Joe listen to music on Saturdays? Sometimes.5 How often does Joe go dancing on Saturdays? Never.

Challenge! page 17

Students’ own answers

2C Sports for everyoneExercise 1 page 18

(Possible answers)Balls: football, netball, basketball, volleyballIn water: swimmingIn summer: swimming (in lakes), football, beach volleyball, tennisIn winter: skiing, ice skatingIn teams: football, volleyball, basketball, netballIn pairs: tennis, badminton, wrestling

Exercise 2 page 18

1 love 2 are 3 are 4 do 5 do 6 go 7 do 8 race 9 like

Exercise 3 page 18

Students’ own answers

Exercise 5 page 15

Students’ own answers

Unit 2 2A Free-time activitiesExercise 1 page 16

1 fashion 2 volleyball 3 football 4 gymnastics 5 rollerblading 6 swimming 7 drama 8 cycling 9 skateboarding 10 dancing 11 basketball 12 drawing 13 athletics

Exercise 2 page 16

1 to music 2 games 3 hockey 4 games 5 skating 6 jogging 7 books 8 the Net 9 films 10 magazines 11 photos

Exercise 3 page 16

Students’ own answers

Vocabulary Builder (Part 2): verb + noun collocations

Exercise 4 page 16

2 play 3 do 4 does 5 goes 6 plays 7 go 8 go

Exercise 5 page 16

1 watching 2 a walk 3 the Net 4 play 5 magazines 6 play 7 athletics 8 does

Challenge! page 16

Students’ own answers

2B Adverbs of frequency Exercise 1 page 17

1 never 2 sometimes 3 usually 4 always 5 hardly ever 6 often

Exercise 2 page 17

2 usually 3 often 4 sometimes 5 hardly ever 6 never

Exercise 3 page 17

2 I sometimes go shopping on Saturdays.3 Kate is never at home on Friday evenings.4 Our teacher always speaks English in our English lessons.5 I am usually hungry at school.6 Ben and Jake hardly ever read books.

Exercise 4 page 17

2 Sam hardly ever watches TV after school.3 Sam is often late for school.4 Sam is never in bed before eleven o’clock.5 Sam sometimes tidies his bedroom at the weekend.6 Sam usually does the washing–up.

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Challenge! page 19

1 sadly 2 happily 3 quietly 4 angrily 5 nicely 6 suddenly

2E Extreme sports Exercise 1 page 20

1 hair 2 hand 3 arm 4 shoulder 5 ear 6 forehead 7 eye 8 mouth 9 fingers 10 head 11 neck 12 chest 13 back 14 stomach 15 knee 16 leg 17 foot

Exercise 2 page 20

2 jump 3 fall 4 dive 5 run 6 fly 7 swim 8 climb

Students’ own answers

Exercise 3 page 20

1 A 2 B

Exercise 4 page 20

1 F 2 F 3 T 4 F 5 T 6 T

Challenge! page 20

Students’ own answers

2F Expressing likes and dislikesExercise 1 page 21

Good Quite good Bad

I love him. They’re all right. She’s awful.

I think he’s great. He’s not bad. I can’t stand it.

They’re brilliant. It’s OK. I hate him.

I’m really into them. I quite like her. He’s boring.

I’m very keen on him. I’m not very keen on them.

I really like it. She’s terrible.

Exercise 2 page 21

Students’ own answers

Exercise 3 page 21

1 c 2 d 3 e 4 f 5 a 6 b

Students’ own answers

Listening Extra Unit 2Exercise 1 $ LISTENING 13 page 100

Interviewer This week’s programme is about ballroom dancing. My guests today are Nick and Shelley. They are both sixteen and are Junior Dance Champions. Welcome to the show.Nick Thanks.Interviewer How often do you train?Shelley We have classes four times a week.Nick Yes, and we practise every day after school.Interviewer That’s a lot of training. So, are you boyfriend and girlfriend?Shelley No, we aren’t! But we’re good friends.Nick And our mothers are good friends, too.Shelley Yes, they help us with training and competitions. Interviewer How many competitions do you do?Nick We usually do four or five competitions every year. Interviewer Which is your favourite dance?Nick We love the samba. It’s very fast. It’s our best dance.Interviewer When is your next competition?Shelley Next month, and we want to win it.Interviewer Well, the best of luck! Nick Thank you.

1 T 2 F 3 F 4 T 5 F

2D can and adverbsExercise 1 page 19

1 can ride2 can ride3 can speak, can play4 can speak Italian5 can’t ride a horse6 can’t ride, can7 can play the guitar

Exercise 2 page 19

2 Can you play a musical instrument? Yes, I can. / No, I can’t.3 Can you ride a bike? Yes, I can. / No, I can’t.4 Can you speak Russian? Yes, I can. / No, I can’t.5 Can you write songs? Yes, I can. / No, I can’t.6 Can you swim 100 metres? Yes, I can. / No, I can’t.7 Can you sing? Yes, I can. / No, I can’t.8 Can you read people’s thoughts? Yes, I can. / No, I can’t.

Exercise 3 page 19

2 early 3 hard 4 carefully 5 well 6 loudly 7 easily 8 fast 9 beautifully 10 fluently 11 late 12 badly

Exercise 4 page 19

1 slow 2 carefully 3 loud 4 quickly 5 beautiful 6 fluently

Exercise 5 page 19

2 Tom speaks French fluently.3 Peter plays the piano well.4 William and Kate get up early.5 Oliver sings loudly.6 Holly learns new vocabulary easily.7 Jo’s uncle drives carefully.8 Ellen and Martin swim fast.

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2 Culture Extra The Olympic GamesExercise 1 page 23

Winter sports: ice skating, Alpine skiing, bobsleigh, cross-country skiing, ski jumpingSummer sports: cycling, swimming, football, rowing, sailing, tennis, canoeing

Exercise 2 page 23

1 The Olympic Games are over 100 years old.2 The Games are held every four years.3 There are two types of games (winter and summer); the winter

Olympics are held two years after the summer games; there are two symbols of the games

4 Over 10,000 athletes compete in the summer games.5 Over 3,000 athletes compete in the winter games.6 There are five coloured rings on the Olympic flag.

Exercise 3 page 23

1 judges 2 flame 3 career 4 contestant 5 drugs 6 break records

Exercise 4 page 23

1 go 2 does 3 play 4 go 5 do 6 play

Challenge! page 24

Students’ own answers

Get Ready for your Exam 1Listening task $ LISTENING 16 page 24

Presenter Welcome to Fox FM local news! This morning we have in the studio Bob Partridge from the Kingsbridge Summer Festival. He’s here to tell us about events next weekend. Hello, Bob. So, what is the next event in the Kingsbridge summer calendar?Bob Well, you need your trainers for our next event – the Kingsbridge ten kilometre race and the family fun run! There are races for everybody. Run fast, run slow, run for fun, run for a medal, run for charity. Just come down and run!Presenter Sounds good. When are these races, Bob?Bob There are three races, and they start in the town centre on Saturday 16th July.Presenter What time do the races start?Bob The first race starts at 9 a.m. It’s the Kingsbridge ten kilometre run. This is the race for athletes and for anyone who is a regular runner. Presenter When does the next run start?Bob The family fun run begins at 9.15. It’s three kilometres long and it’s for everybody: parents, grandparents, older children, friends. You all run together and there is a medal for everyone at the finish!Presenter It does sound fun! What’s the third race?Bob This is the young children’s race and it’s at 9.30. It’s 500 metres long and it’s for children aged ten and under. All the children get a prize at the end of the race.Presenter That sounds great for children. Is there any other information on the races, Bob?Bob Well, at around 9.40, the winners of the ten kilometre race arrive at the finish line! The first three men and the first three women win prizes. Everyone else gets a medal for finishing the race.Presenter OK everybody – go and join Bob and friends on Saturday 16th from nine o’clock in the morning. Go and run! Or go and cheer your family and friends! See you there!

1 T 2 F 3 F 4 T 5 T 6 T 7 T

Exercise 4 $ LISTENING 14 page 21

Julie Do you like sport, Ryan?Ryan Yes, I do. I’m really into football. Julie Do you play it or watch it on TV?Ryan I play it and I like watching it on TV.Julie What’s your favourite team?Ryan Liverpool. What about you? Are you into football?Julie No, not really. But I love ice hockey.Ryan Cool! I like ice hockey too. Who’s your favourite player?Julie Al Montoya.Ryan Really? He’s OK, I suppose. Julie Who do you like, then?Ryan Mark Stuart.Julie Yes, he’s brilliant. Ryan Let’s go and see an ice hockey match some time.Julie Great idea!

1 T 2 F 3 T 4 T 5 F 6 T

Exercise 5 $ LISTENING 15 page 21

1 Are 2 love 3 isn’t 4 suppose 5 do 6 like 7 stand

Exercise 6 page 21

Students’ own answers

2G An announcementPreparation

Exercise 1 page 22

1 join 2 Come 3 Bring 4 Phone 5 Don’t forget 6 Visit

Exercise 2 page 22

1 They meet every Friday evening at six o’clock.2 They meet at Fran’s house.3 They watch and talk about their favourite DVDs.4 They decide on the next four films.5 You can phone Fran for information.

Exercise 3 page 22

1 Make new friends. 2 Call this number. 3 Join our club. 4 Visit our website. 5 Do gymnastics and get fit. 6 Talk about your favourite hobby.

Challenge! page 22

1 Complete; Use 2 Choose 3 Write 4 Look 5 Listen

Writing guide

Exercise 4 page 22

Students’ own answers

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3B There is / there are; some / any with plural nouns Exercise 1 page 27

1 There is 2 There aren’t 3 There isn’t 4 There is 5 There aren’t 6 There aren’t 7 There isn’t

Exercise 2 page 27

1 behind 2 under 3 near 4 between 5 in 6 on 7 opposite 8 front

Exercise 3 $ LISTENING 18 page 27

1 There’s a lamp on the teacher’s desk. 2 Emily is opposite Jack and Lottie.3 The teacher is in front of the students. 4 There isn’t a blind. 5 There are schoolbags under Emily’s and Lottie’s desks. 6 There’s a plant near the window.

1 T 2 F 3 T 4 F 5 F 6 T

Exercise 4 page 27

1 There’s a 2 There are some 3 There’s a 4 There isn’t a 5 There aren’t any 6 There are some

Exercise 5 page 27

2 Is there a …? No, there isn’t.3 Are there any …? No, there aren’t.4 Are there any …? No, there aren’t.5 Are there any …? Yes, there are.

Exercise 6 page 27

2 The lamp is on the teacher’s desk.3 The dictionaries are on the shelf.4 The teacher’s chair is behind the teacher’s desk.5 The bin is under the teacher’s desk.

Challenge! page 27

Students’ own answers

3C Schools without classroomsExercise 1 page 28

American, Ukrainian, English, Russian and French

Exercise 2 page 28

1 Hanna is fourteen years old.2 There are 440 students in the school.3 There are fifteen students in Hanna’s class.4 The lessons are 40 minutes long.5 Hanna has four lessons in the morning and four in the

afternoon.

Exercise 3 page 28

1 global 2 small 3 middle 4 English 5 international 6 plays the cello

Reading preparation page 24

a 4 b 5

Reading task page 24

1 C 2 E 3 B 4 A

Use of English task page 25

1 A 2 B 3 A 4 C 5 A 6 C 7 C 8 C

Writing task page 25

Students’ own answers

Speaking task page 25

Students’ own answers

Unit 3 3A School subjectsExercise 1 page 26

1 great 2 like 3 all 4 not 5 keen 6 it 7 stand 8 quite

Exercise 2 $ LISTENING 17 page 26

Ian What’s the next lesson? Is it chemistry?Jill No, it’s history.Ian Great, I love history.Jill Really? I’m not very keen on it. And Mr Brown always gives us lots of history homework!Ian What’s your favourite subject, then?Jill I like physics and maths. Ian I quite like physics too, but it’s difficult and I’m not very good at it. Jill Have we got physics today?Ian No, it’s tomorrow. Second lesson.Jill Come on, we’re late!

2 doesn’t like loves 3 never always 4 biology physics 5 good not very good 6 today tomorrow

Exercise 3 page 26

Students’ own answers

Vocabulary Builder (Part 2): Parts of the house and objects in the bedroom

Exercise 4 page 26

1 study 2 bedroom 3 bathroom 4 living room 5 stairs 6 dining room 7 kitchen 8 garden

Exercise 5 page 26

1 chest of drawers 2 clock 3 cupboard 4 wardrobe 5 desk 6 lamp 7 curtains 8 shelf 9 bin

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3E Karate school Exercise 1 page 30

1 good at 2 bored with 3 interested in 4 proud of 5 angry with 6 keen on

Exercise 2 page 30

1 D 2 A 3 F 4 B 5 E

Exercise 3 page 30

1 New Zealand 2 after 3 afternoon 4 English 5 go out 6 early

Challenge page 30

Students’ own answers

3F Giving directions Exercise 1 page 31

2 c 3 a 4 b 5 f 6 e

1 Go down the stairs.2 Go along the corridor.3 Go past the gym.4 Go through the doors.5 It’s on the right.6 Turn left.

Exercise 2 $ LISTENING 20 page 31

1 Girl Excuse me. Where’s the ______? Boy Go along this corridor, past the stairs. It’s on the left, opposite the

teacher’s room. Girl Could you repeat that, please? Go along this corridor, past the stairs … Boy Yes. It’s on the left, opposite the teacher’s room. Girl Thanks.2 Boy Excuse me. Where’s the ______? Girl Go along this corridor, past the toilets. Go up the stairs opposite the

gym. Turn left and go along the corridor. Then turn right. It’s on the right. Boy Sorry, could you repeat that, please? Go up the stairs opposite the gym … Girl Turn left at the top of the stairs and go along the corridor. Turn right

and it’s on the right. Boy Thanks.3 Girl Excuse me. Where’s the ______? Boy Go along this corridor and go up the stairs. Turn right at the top and go

along the corridor … Girl So, I go along this corridor and up the stairs. Boy That’s right. Turn right at the top and go along to the end of the

corridor. It’s on the left. Girl Turn right at the top of the stairs, go along the corridor, turn left. Boy That’s right. Girl Thanks very much. Boy That’s OK.

1 Head teacher’s office 2 Science lab 3 Classroom 2

Exercise 3 page 31

a Could you repeat that, please?b Excuse me. Where’s the canteen?c It’s on the right, opposite the head teacher’s office.d Where’s that? I’m new here.

Exercise 4 page 28

1 kids 2 prepare 3 everyone 4 orchestra 5 martial arts 6 company

Challenge! page 28

Students’ own answers

Listening Extra Unit 3Exercise 1 $ LISTENING 19 page 100

Hi, I’m Cindy. I’m from California but I’m a student here at Stratton Mountain School. I live at the school, too. I share a bedroom with Celine. She’s from France. I only live and study here in winter. The rest of the year I live with my family in California. From March to November I go to the school near my home. I come to Stratton School because I love skiing. I want to be a champion skier and I think this is the best place to train in America. The school day is a bit different here. We have breakfast at seven o’clock, then we go out to train all morning. After lunch we have lessons for four hours. Then we train again for two hours until dinnertime. It’s busy, but I love it!

1 school 2 bedroom 3 her family 4 seven 5 two

3D have toExercise 1 page 29

1 have to 2 don’t have to 3 doesn’t have to 4 have to 5 has to 6 don’t have to

Exercise 2 page 29

1 I don’t have to wear a uniform.2 Millie doesn’t have to study French.3 Do you have to arrive at school early?4 They don’t have to have lunch at school.5 We have to work hard at school.6 Harry doesn’t have to get up early.

Exercise 3 page 29

1 don’t have to 2 don’t have to 3 have to 4 have to 5 has to

Exercise 4 page 29

2 Do you have to help …? 3 Do you have to wear …? 4 Do you have to get up …? 5 Do you have to do …? 6 Do you have to have …? 7 Do you have to take …? 8 Do you have to speak …?

Students’ own answers

Exercise 5 page 29

2 We don’t have to stay at school after 3.30 p.m.3 We have to do a lot of sport at school.4 Do you have to study chemistry?5 We have to eat in the school canteen.6 Does Mandy have to take the bus to school?7 They don’t have to take an English test every week.

Challenge! page 29

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Exercise 3 page 33

1 E 2 B 3 C 4 A

Exercise 4 page 33

Subjects: art, music, P.E., EnglishPlaces: canteen, classroom, hall, gym, corridorStudents’ own answers

Exercise 5 page 33

Students’ own answers

Unit 4 4A ClothesExercise 1 page 34

t c h h a t x j e a n sr c b o o t s o e e d va a u i k r h g m e r lc r u j z o o g t s e ek d x d a u e e t c s gs i a p o s s r i a s gu g l o v e s s c r e ii a a d h r q u i f s nt n s e c s k i r t o gs w e a t s h i r t c sw j a c k e t s e y k se p i l k s h o r t s o

Across hat, jeans, boots, gloves, skirt, sweatshirt, jacket, shorts Down tracksuit, cardigan, trousers, shoes, joggers, scarf, dress, socks, leggings

Exercise 2 $ LISTENING 22 page 34

1 She’s got shoes and a black dress. She’s got a white jacket and a scarf.2 She’s got black leggings and a black top. She’s got trainers and white socks.

She’s got a cardigan.3 He’s got jeans and a white sweatshirt. He’s got trainers and a black hat.

1 Emily 2 Faith 3 Rory

Exercise 3 $ LISTENING 22 page 34

1 dress; jacket, scarf 2 leggings; socks; cardigan 3 sweatshirt; trainers, hat.

Exercise 4 page 34

Students’ own answers

Vocabulary Builder (Part 2): Describing people

Exercise 5 page 34

2 curly 3 long 4 fair 5 beard 6 tall, short

Students’ own answers

Challenge! page 34

Possible answer He’s tall with short straight hair. He’s got jeans and a white T-shirt. He’s wearing dark shoes and a black hat.

Exercise 4 $ LISTENING 21 page 31

Boy Excuse me. Where’s the canteen? Girl It’s near the library.Boy Oh, right. Where’s that? I’m new here.Girl Oh, OK. Go along this corridor and turn left. The canteen is on the right.Boy Could you repeat that, please? Go along the corridor, turn left …Girl And it’s on the right, opposite the head teacher’s office.Boy Thanks very much.Girl That’s OK.

1 b 2 d 3 a 4 c

Exercise 5 page 31

Students’ own answers

Challenge! page 31

Students’ own answers

3G A letterPreparation

Exercise 1 page 32

1 Today is Wednesday 18th November.2 Fran and Tom are from Boston in the USA.3 Lawrence and I study German, not Italian.4 We don’t study R.E. or ICT at my school.5 My teacher is Mr Jones. He’s from Oxford.6 Queen Elizabeth lives in Buckingham Palace.

Exercise 2 page 32

1 Welcome to 2 I can 3 I hope you 4 You have to 5 There are 6 Most students 7 you don’t have to 8 I look forward 9 Don’t forget

Exercise 3 page 32

Arrive at school: 8.30 a.m. Lessons start: 9.00 a.m.Number of lessons in the morning: fiveBreak is from: 10.15 a.m. to 10.35 a.m. Lunch is at: 1.00 p.m.Number of lessons in the afternoon: threeSchool finishes: 3.40 p.m. P.E. is on: Mondays

Writing guide

Exercise 4 page 32

Students’ own answers

3 Culture Extra School subjectsExercise 1 page 33

1 geography 2 history 3 economics 4 biology 5 maths6 foreign languages

Exercise 2 page 33

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The Day of the Dead is an important festival in Mexico, and in some other countries too. For example, in Brazil, they call the festival ‘finados’ and celebrate it on 2nd November. But what about other parts of the world? Well, in Japan, people celebrate the Bon Festival in August. During this festival, Japanese people think about the spirits of family members who are dead. In China, there’s a festival on 5th April called the Ching Ming Festival. People visit family graves and clean them. And there’s a festival in Nepal called Gai Jatra. People wear costumes and decorate pictures of their dead family members. The festival often includes a cow because people believe that a cow can lead the spirits of their family members into the next world.

1 November 2 Japan 3 April 4 costumes 5 cow

4D Present simple and continuous Exercise 1 page 37

1 b 2 a 3 c 4 a 5 c 6 b

Exercise 2 page 37

believe, hate, need, seem

Exercise 3 page 37

1 need 2 hate 3 ’s studying 4 ’s enjoying 5 seems 6 believe

Exercise 4 page 37 1 a ’s listening b listen2 a makes b ’re making3 a aren’t speaking b don’t speak4 a aren’t wearing b doesn’t wear

Exercise 5 page 37

1 are you wearing 2 I’m trying 3 wear 4 I know 5 get 6 I don’t believe 7 I’m not joking 8 is living

Exercise 6 page 37

1 Why is he standing on the table? 2 He doesn’t like spiders. 3 Why aren’t you writing? 4 I don’t understand the question. 5 Why are you laughing? 6 I’m watching a Ben Stiller film.

Challenge! page 37

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4E Celebrity lookalikesExercise 1 page 38

1 bride 2 ceremony 3 reception 4 groom 5 guest 6 venue

Exercise 2 page 38

b

4B Present continuousExercise 1 page 35

1 dancing 2 chatting 3 reading 4 smiling 5 eating 6 singing 7 running 8 cooking

Exercise 2 page 35

2 is reading 3 are running 4 is singing 5 is smiling 6 is cooking 7 are chatting 8 is dancing

Exercise 3 page 35

1 is sending 2 are listening 3 are watching 4 isn’t wearing 5 ’m getting 6 aren’t using 7 aren’t sitting 8 are chatting

Exercise 4 page 35

2 Is, speaking; he isn’t 3 Are, playing; they are 4 Are, having; they aren’t 5 Is, smiling; he is 6 Are, helping; I am

Exercise 5 page 35

2 What is the girl wearing? She’s wearing a dress.3 What is the boy eating? He’s eating pizza.4 What is the boy watching on TV? He’s watching football.5 What is the girl reading? She’s reading a magazine.

Challenge! page 35

Students’ own answers

4C Day of the Dead Exercise 1 page 36

Students’ own answers

Exercise 2 page 36

1 T 2 T 3 F 4 F 5 T 6 T

Exercise 3 page 36

1 The colours are red and black.2 It can protect you from dangerous spirits.3 They like traditional clothes because the clothes are

comfortable, they make people feel Ukrainian, and famous people wear them.

4 Ruslana, the Kapranov brothers, Oleh Skrypka and Madonna.5 It can take a month to make an embroidered shirt.

Exercise 4 page 36

1 fashionable 2 cloth 3 spirits 4 embroiders 5 pattern

Challenge! page 36

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Writing guide

Exercise 4 page 40

1 etc. 2 St 3 e.g.

Exercise 5 page 40

Students’ own answers

Exercise 6 page 40

Students’ own answers

4 Culture Extra ShoppingExercise 1 page 41

mugs, T-shirts, pottery, honey, local food, jam, jewellery, pens, crafts

Exercise 2 page 41

1 f 2 a 3 b 4 e 5 c

Exercise 3 page 41

1 sport 2 mother 3 lucky 4 likes 5 buys food 6 buys something

Exercise 4 page 41

1 butcher’s 2 beads 3 crafts 4 fishmonger’s 5 dishes 6 pickles 7 goat 8 greengrocer’s

Exercise 5 page 41

Students’ own answers

Get Ready for your Exam 2Reading task page 42

1 A 2 C 3 B 4 C 5 C

Listening task $ LISTENING 25 page 42

1 Maria I’m eighteen on Saturday and I’m having a party. I’m really looking forward to it. It’s in a restaurant, and all my family and friends are coming. We’re having dinner first, then there’s a band, so we can all dance! I’ve got a fantastic new dress. It’s long and red. I feel very grown up when I wear it.

2 James I’m going to a concert next month. It’s my very first concert. I’ve got two tickets to see my favourite band of all time – Biffy Clyro. It’s in London. I’m taking my best friend Alex. My dad’s driving us there. Then we’re staying in a hotel that night. I’m so excited. I can’t wait.

3 Saffy My brother’s getting married and I’m his bridesmaid. I have to wear a long dress. I really don’t like dresses; I prefer jeans. But I’m happy about the wedding. It’s in a big hotel in the city. It’s quite a big wedding party; eighty people are coming. My brother’s a bit nervous, but I’m looking forward to it, apart from the dress!

4 Marcus I’ve got an important tennis tournament to play this weekend. And I want to win it. It’s my last chance to win the under-eighteens championship. I compete every year but I never win it. I’m always second! But this year my tennis is really good and I think that I can win it. I’m nervous, but excited, too.

5 Clare My sister Paula is having a baby next month. Paula is very big now. She’s feeling fine, but she can’t walk very fast! We don’t know if it’s a boy or girl. Paula says she doesn’t mind, she just wants it to be healthy. But I want it to be a boy, because we haven’t got a brother.

Exercise 3 page 38

1 A 2 C 3 C 4 A 5 B 6 B

Challenge! page 38

Students’ own answers

4F Making arrangements Exercise 1 page 39

2 is watching TV 3 is going shopping 4 are doing homework 5 is visiting friends 6 is having a barbecue

Exercise 2 $ LISTENING 24 page 39

1 What are your plans for Sunday?2 Are you free in the afternoon?3 I can’t skate!4 What time?5 See you then!

Exercise 3 page 39

1 have 2 play 3 meet 4 go

Exercise 4 page 39

Students’ own answers

Exercise 5 page 39

1 ✓ 2 at 3 at 4 in 5 at 6 ✓ 7 on 8 ✓ 9 on

Exercise 6 page 39

1 f 2 h 3 c 4 a 5 g 6 e 7 b 8 d

Exercise 7 page 39

Students’ own answers

4G An invitation Preparation

Exercise 1 page 40

1 I’m having a party 2 Hope you can come 3 Love 4 Hi 5 Please let me know

Exercise 2 page 40

Gracie’s party Blake’s party

Day and date Sat. 12th May Fri. 16th June

Start time 8.30 p.m. 4 o’clock

Venue Gracie’s house Village Hall

Special occasion birthday end of exams

What to bring music burgers

Exercise 3 page 40

2 a Can you reply by phone, please?3 d Can you wear fancy dress, please?4 b Can you bring some food and drink, please?

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5B Quantity Exercise 1 page 45

3 U 4 C 5 U 6 U 7 C 8 C 9 U 10 C 11 U 12 U 13 C 14 U 15 U

Exercise 2 page 45

grapes, tomatoes, potatoes, sandwiches, vegetables

Exercise 3 page 45

1 any 2 any 3 some 4 any 5 some 6 any 7 some 8 any

Exercise 4 page 45

2 There’s some ham. 3 There are some sandwiches. 4 There are some grapes. 5 There are some apples. 6 There are some tomatoes. 7 There’s some milk. 8 There’s some sugar.

Exercise 5 $ LISTENING 27 page 45

Louis OK. Let’s make this pizza. How much oil do we need?Karen We need half a cup of oil.Louis OK. What else? How much flour do we need?Karen 300 grams.Louis And how much cheese?Karen 200 grams. We also need tomatoes, peppers and ham.Louis OK. How many tomatoes do we need?Karen We need four.Louis Good. Here they are. How many peppers?Karen Two red ones.Louis OK. And finally, how much ham do we need?Karen Three slices.Louis Great! We’ve got everything we need.

2 How much 3 how much 4 How many 5 How many 6 how much

Challenge! page 45

1 How many books do you read a year?2 How much housework do you do a week?3 How many exams do you have a month?4 How much coffee do you drink a day?

Students’ own answers

5C Healthy eating Exercise 1 page 46

Protein: chicken, eggs, nuts, peanuts, fishCarbohydrate: pasta, potatoes, bread, riceFat: butter, oil, peanuts, cake

Exercise 2 page 46

Students’ own answers

Exercise 3 page 46

1 diet 2 good 3 green 4 vitamins 5 rice 6 hungry 7 eggs 8 nuts 9 energy 10 teeth

Use of English preparation page 42

a plays b is playing

Use of English task page 43

1 There are 2 any 3 live 4 have to 5 some 6 goes 7 is studying 8 doesn’t have to 9 is doing

Writing task page 43

Students’ own answers

Speaking task page 43

Students’ own answers

Unit 5 5A Food Exercise 1 page 44

1 ham 2 butter 3 cheese 4 chicken 5 grapes 6 carrots 7 onions 8 lemons 9 salmon 10 tuna 11 oranges 12 lamb 13 bananas 14 potatoes 15 pork

The hidden words are mushrooms and tomato.

Exercise 2 page 44

1 c 2 d 3 a 4 b

Students’ own answers

Exercise 3 page 44

1 bowl 2 slices 3 bunch 4 glass

Exercise 4 $ LISTENING 26 page 44

1 I eat a lot of fish and seafood, but I don’t like meat. I love fruit and vegetables. Grapes are my favourite. I never eat dairy products.

2 I love fish and seafood and I like meat too. I eat vegetables – potatoes, cabbage, carrots – but I really don’t like fruit.

3 I eat a lot of potatoes, fish, meat, seafood – and I like fruit and vegetables too. But I don’t eat rice. Yuk! I don’t like it.

4 I like meat and fish – seafood too. I don’t like vegetables, really, but I love fruit. I eat rice but I don’t like potatoes.

5 I eat a lot of cheese. I love it! I like fruit and vegetables too. I eat meat but I don’t like fish or seafood.

1 ✗ 2 ✗ 3 ✗ 4 ✓ 5 ✗

Vocabulary Builder (Part 2): Methods of cooking

Exercise 5 page 44

2 roast chicken 3 baked potatoes 4 fried eggs 5 grilled prawns

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5E Feeling good? Exercise 1 page 48

1 headache 2 painful 3 relax 4 treatment 5 medicine 6 cure 7 patients

Exercise 2 page 48

c

Exercise 3 page 48

1 a 2 c 3 a 4 b 5 a 6 c

Challenge! page 48

Students’ own answers

5F In a café Exercise 1 page 49

1 garlic 2 curry 3 chips 4 stir 5 sandwich 6 juice 7 Coffee

Exercise 2 $ LISTENING 29 page 49

The mushroom soup is three ninety-five. //The chicken and ham pie is nine pounds twenty-five. //The salmon salad is six seventy-five. //The banana milkshake is two pounds ninety-five.

a £3.95 b £9.25 c £6.75 d £2.95

Exercise 3 page 49

1 I’d like an orange juice. 2 Can I have the curry, please? 3 Can I help you? 4 Here you are. 5 Anything to drink?

Exercises 4 and 5 $ LISTENING 30 page 49

Kirsty Hello. Can I help you?Ryan Yes. Let me see … Can I have the curry, please?Kirsty Yes, certainly. Anything to drink?Ryan Yes, please. I’d like an orange juice.Kirsty So, vegetable curry and an orange juice. Here you are. Is that all?Ryan Yes, it is.Kirsty Great. That’s £8.10, please.Ryan Thank you.

1 Can I help you? 2 Can I have the curry, please? 3 Anything to drink? 4 I’d like an orange juice. 5 Here you are. 6 8.10

Exercise 6 page 49

2 My friend would like a sandwich.3 We’d like some more coffee.4 Would your dad like some cake?5 I’d like to go home now.6 My mum would like sugar in her tea.7 Would you like to go out for dinner?

Exercise 7 page 49

Students’ own answers

Exercise 4 page 46

2 cure fight3 Protein Carbohydrates4 vitamin B vitamin D5 fatty lean6 Natural Man-made

Challenge! page 46

Students’ own answers

Listening Extra Unit 5Exercise 1 $ LISTENING 28 page 100

1 I eat meat, but I don’t eat fish. I don’t really like it. And I hate seafood. I eat eggs and cheese, and other dairy products. I like fruit but I don’t eat green vegetables – I know they’re healthy but I don’t like them!

2 I eat meat and fish – I love fish – but I don’t eat processed food. That means I don’t eat bread or pasta either. I eat a lot of fruit. Nuts and seeds too – I love them. But I can’t eat dairy products because they come from farms. That’s against the rules of my diet!

3 I don’t eat any animal products – eggs, dairy products – nothing like that. And of course, I don’t eat meat or fish either. But my diet isn’t boring – I eat lots of different fruit and vegetables, nuts and seeds, and … other things. Mushrooms – I love mushrooms.

4 I eat cheese and eggs, but I don’t eat meat or fish. Or seafood. I eat a lot of pasta – usually with vegetables. And I love fruit. Bananas are my favourite – they’re really sweet and tasty. Mmmm.

1 D 2 E 3 B 4 A C not needed.

5D should / shouldn’t Exercise 1 page 47

2 should read 3 should go 4 shouldn’t drink 5 should play 6 should wear 7 shouldn’t eat 8 shouldn’t watch

Exercise 2 page 47

2 He should get a part-time job.3 We shouldn’t eat them.4 I should go to bed.5 They shouldn’t go inside.6 We should cook them.7 She should buy him a present.

Exercise 3 page 47

2 Should they go outside? Yes, they should. / No, they shouldn’t.3 Should he go to bed? Yes, he should. / No, he shouldn’t.4 Should she buy the computer? Yes, she should. / No, she

shouldn’t.5 Should they see the film? Yes, they should. / No, they shouldn’t.

Challenge! page 47

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5 Culture Extra Illness and healthExercise 1 page 52

1 d 2 e 3 c 4 i 5 j 6 h 7 a 8 b 9 f 10 g

Exercise 2 page 52

1 c 2 d 3 a 4 b 5 e

Exercise 3 page 52

1 a plaster 2 cream 3 a bandage 4 pastilles 5 some medicine 6 cream

Exercise 4 page 52

1 пластир, гіпс 2 ліки 3 таблетки 4 мазь 5 бинт, пов’язка 6 жар, лихоманка 7 кашель 8 вивих 9 хворе горло 10 аптека

Exercise 5 page 52

1 plaster 2 medicine 3 rash 4 swollen 5 sore throat 6 chill 7 chemist’s

5 Culture Extra At the doctor’sExercise 1 page 53

1 headache 2 When 3 tongue 4 high 5 sore 6 What 7 medicine 8 pain

Exercise 2 page 53

1 headache 2 When 3 tongue 4 high 5 sore 6 What 7 medicine 8 pain

Exercise 3 page 53

a What’s the matter?b Can you move your toes?c How did you do this?d Do I need an x-ray?e What is the matter with it, doctor?

Exercise 4 page 53

1 a 2 c 3 b 4 d 5 e

Exercise 5 page 53

Students’ own answers

5G A questionnaire Preparation

Exercise 1 page 50

1 How 2 Are 3 How 4 Do 5 What 6 Does

Exercise 2 page 50

1 d 2 a 3 b 4 f 5 c 6 e

Exercise 3 page 50

Students’ own answers

Exercise 4 page 50

2 Do you ever eat chocolate?3 What do you usually have for lunch?4 How much water do you drink every day?5 Are you a vegetarian?6 How much fish do you eat a week?

Exercise 5 page 50

Students’ own translations

Writing guide

Exercise 6 page 50

Students’ own answers

Exercise 7 page 50

Students’ own answers

5 Culture Extra Traditonal dishesExercise 1 page 51

1 snack 2 dish 3 traditional 4 pub 5 eat out 6 microwave

a 5 b 6 c 2 d 1 e 4 f 3

Exercise 2 page 51

1 c 2 f 3 b 4 a 5 d 6 e

Exercise 3 page 51

1 It is popular in Eastern Europe.2 The oldest record of it is from the 15th century.3 There can be 20 ingredients.4 It comes from beetroot.5 You can eat it hot in winter and cold in summer.6 People eat it at weddings and funerals.

Exercise 4 page 51

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6C Royal London Exercise 1 page 56

A The Tower of London B Buckingham Palace C Hampton Court Palace

Exercise 2 page 56

1 monarchs 2 escape 3 fortress 4 hedge 5 maze 6 banks 7 guard 8 spooky

Exercise 3 page 56

1 B 2 A 3 C 4 – 5 A 6 B 7 C

Exercise 4 page 56

1 King William the Conqueror 2 Beefeaters 3 the Mall 4 West London 5 Henry VIII

Challenge! page 56

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Listening Extra Unit 6Exercise 1 $ LISTENING 32 page 100

Alice What shall we do in Dublin? We’ve got two days. Let’s look on this tourist website.Jake OK. Alice I want to go shopping. I want to buy some new clothes.Jake Look. There’s a good shopping centre near the city centre. Alice It’s probably quite expensive. Is there a market? Jake Yes, there is. Alice But is it open?Jake Yes, it’s open this Sunday. You can get cheap clothes there. And there’s live music. Alice Sounds great. We can go there on Sunday afternoon. What shall we do on Sunday morning? Go to the zoo, maybe?Jake Mmm, I’m not very keen on zoos. They’re a bit boring. Let’s go and see some paintings. Is there a good art gallery?Alice Let’s see … yes, the National Gallery. They’ve got over 2,500 paintings. Jake OK. So that’s the art gallery on Sunday morning and the market in the afternoon. Now, what about Saturday?Alice Let’s go to a park and have a picnic on Saturday afternoon. Jake OK, there are lots of parks … Phoenix Park looks nice. There’s a photo here. Alice Oh, yes. Very nice.Jake In the morning let’s go for a swim at Sandycove. It looks great.Alice No, I don’t want to go swimming! The water is really cold!Jake Well, let’s climb the Sugar Loaf. It’s a mountain near Dublin. There are fantastic views of the city from the top.Alice Fine. So, climb a mountain in the morning and go for a picnic in the afternoon. That’s a good plan.

Morning AfternoonSaturday climb a mountain picnic in the parkSunday art gallery market

Unit 6 6A In townExercise 1 page 54

1 church 2 concert 3 bus 4 cinema 5 library 6 information office 7 theatre 8 station 9 leisure 10 hall 11 train 12 shopping

Exercise 2 $ LISTENING 31 page 54

1 Go straight on, take the second right and go past the shopping centre. The library is on the left, opposite the train station.

2 Take the first left and the art gallery is on the left, next to the bank.3 Yes, go straight on, take the first right, go past the leisure centre and the

theatre is on the left.

1 straight, right, shopping centre; opposite 2 first, art gallery, next to 3 take, past, left

Exercise 3 page 54

1 bank 2 art gallery 3 shopping centre 4 library 5 train station 6 theatre 7 leisure centre

Vocabulary Builder (Part 2): Collocations

Exercise 4 page 54

1 a train 2 go 3 a car 4 visit 5 a pizza 6 send 7 to a night club 8 leave 9 to a friend 10 watch

Exercise 5 page 54

3 to 4 in 5 for 6 ✓ 7 from 8 to 9 ✓ 10 in 11 at 12 by

6B Past simple: be and can Exercise 1 page 55

2 Chris and Natalie were in Athens on Wednesday.3 Chris wasn’t in Lisbon on Tuesday.4 Natalie was in Dublin on Saturday.5 Chris and Natalie weren’t in Dublin on Friday.6 Natalie wasn’t in Budapest on Monday.

Exercise 2 page 55

3 Was; No, she wasn’t. 4 Was; Yes, he was. 5 were; They were in Kraków. 6 Were; No, they weren’t. 7 Were; Yes, they were.

Exercise 3 page 55

2 Could Liam swim when he was six? No, he couldn’t.3 Could Martha ride a bike when she was seven? Yes, she could.4 Could Martha and Liam swim when they were seven? Yes,

they could.5 Could Martha and Liam ride a bike when they were four?

No, they couldn’t.

Exercise 4 page 55

1 were 2 couldn’t 3 wasn’t 4 was 5 Were 6 weren’t 7 were 8 was 9 was 10 were 11 couldn’t 12 wasn’t

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6F Asking for information Exercise 1 $ LISTENING 33 page 59

Clerk Good afternoon. Natural History Museum.Carl Good afternoon. I’d like some information about the museum, please.Clerk Sure. What would you like to know?Carl What time do you open and close?Clerk We open at ten o’clock and close at half past five. But we don’t sell tickets after four o’clock.Carl How much are the tickets?Clerk It’s $10 for adults and $6 for children under fourteen.Carl Where is the museum exactly?Clerk It’s in Jacob Street, next to the concert hall.Carl OK. Thanks very much.Clerk You’re welcome. Goodbye.Carl Goodbye.

1 Good afternoon. Natural History Museum.2 Sure. What would you like to know?3 We open at ten o’clock and close at half past five. 4 It’s $10 for adults and $6 for children under fourteen.5 It’s in Jacob Street, next to the concert hall.6 You’re welcome. Goodbye.

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Clerk Good morning. Science Museum. How can I help you?Rebecca Good morning. Can you give me some information about the museum, please?Clerk Certainly. What would you like to know?Rebecca How much are the tickets?Clerk It’s $10 for adults and $6 for children under fourteen.Rebecca What about students?Clerk It’s $8 for students. Rebecca OK, and what are your opening times?Clerk We open at nine o’clock, and we close at six thirty.Rebecca What time is the last entry?Clerk We don’t sell tickets after five o’clock.Rebecca Oh, OK. Where is the museum exactly?Clerk It’s in Lincoln Street, next to the church.Rebecca OK. Thanks very much for your help.Clerk You’re welcome. Have a nice day.Rebecca Goodbye.

Opening times nine o’clock until six thirty Last entry five o’clock Adults $10 Children under fourteen Students $8 Finding us Lincoln Street, next to the church

Exercise 3 page 59

2 give me some information about the museum, please?3 How much, cost to get in?4 your opening and closing times?5 entry is at five o’clock.6 tell me where the gallery is?

Exercise 4 page 59

Students’ own answers

Challenge! page 59

Students’ own answers

6D Past simple affirmative: regular verbs Exercise 1 page 57

add -ed played, walkedadd -d phoned, smiled-y ➞ -ied replied, tidieddouble consonant and add -ed chatted, planned

Exercise 2 page 57

1 invited 2 chatted 3 studied 4 cried 5 danced 6 washed 7 started

Exercise 3 page 57

1 noticed 2 asked 3 agreed 4 hurried 5 appeared 6 promised 7 replied 8 visited 9 enjoyed

Exercise 4 page 57

1 ago 2 last 3 afternoon 4 years 5 yesterday 6 month 7 before

Exercise 5 page 57

2 I cycled to school yesterday morning.3 I stayed in last night.4 Andy tidied his bedroom on Saturday evening.5 The bus stopped outside our house five minutes ago.6 I listened to the radio yesterday afternoon.7 It rained a lot in Scotland last month.8 School finished half an hour ago.

Challenge! page 57

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6E A postman flies home Exercise 1 page 58

1 happy 2 tired 3 worried 4 scared 5 bored 6 surprised 7 nervous 8 hungry 9 annoyed

Exercise 2 page 58

1 E 2 G 3 B 4 D 5 C 6 A 7 F

Exercise 3 page 58

1 Los Angeles 2 Chicago 3 post himself 4 couldn’t 5 the next day 6 Mike Lincoln

Exercise 4 page 58

Students’ own translations

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Listening task $ LISTENING 35 page 62

Presenter Welcome to Movie News! Today we have in the studio Kitty Williams, a young British actress who is making her first film in America. We want to ask her about her new Hollywood lifestyle. Hello, Kitty and welcome.Kitty Thank you.Presenter Kitty, you are living in Hollywood at the moment. Is the lifestyle different to London?Kitty Yes, it’s very different. For example, my friends in London never go to a gym! But you have to be healthy in Hollywood. Film producers want you to look good.Presenter Well, you certainly look good! What do you do differently there?Kitty First of all, I eat differently. That isn’t difficult, because it’s always very hot! So I eat a lot of salads and drink a lot of water. But I’m vegetarian, so I usually eat a lot of vegetables, anyway. But now I don’t eat chips or pasta so often!Presenter Is it easy to find healthy food in Hollywood?Kitty Yes, it is. In restaurants you can order your meal with no butter, no mayonnaise, no sugar, and no salt! People can be very fussy eaters. But I’m not! Presenter What else do you do to be healthy in Hollywood? Do you exercise?Kitty Yes, I usually go running. I run in London and Hollywood. It’s easy to do wherever you are. I get up in the morning, put on my trainers and go outside. Then I run in one direction for twenty minutes. Then I run back again. Easy! Everybody runs here, so you say hello to lots of people every morning! Presenter Is there any exercise that you only do in Hollywood?Kitty Yes. I go to yoga classes now. Everybody does yoga there. It helps you to relax when you are making a film. Presenter So, how do you feel with your new lifestyle?Kitty I feel great – fit and healthy! But actually, I miss London. It’s much more fun!Presenter And we miss you! Good luck with your new film!Kitty Thank you!

1 A 2 C 3 B 4 B 5 C

Use of English task page 63

1 started 2 any 3 shouldn’t 4 don’t 5 shouldn’t 6 balanced 7 was 8 didn’t like 9 travelled 10 calls

Writing task page 63

Students’ own answers

Speaking preparation Exercise 1 page 63

First picture in a restaurant, a waitress, serve the customer, seem to be happy, have breakfast, pleasant and friendly atmosphereSecond picture seem to be happy, turkey, a family dinner, celebrate Thanksgiving Day, in the dining room, pleasant and friendly atmosphere

Speaking preparation Exercise 2 page 63

a people having a mealb a man having breakfast, shows a family dinnerc they both show people enjoying their mealsd the man is having breakfast on his own

Speaking task page 63

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6G A notePreparation

Exercise 1 page 60

1 thank; so much 2 pleased; news 3 phoned; message 4 shame; sorry

Exercise 2 page 60

1 d 2 b 3 a 4 c

Exercise 3 page 60

2 e 3 a 4 i 5 c 6 h 7 d 8 g 9 b

Exercise 4 page 60

1 It’s a fantastic achievement. / We’re very proud of you. / Well done!

2 Get well soon. / We’re all thinking of you.3 What a lovely surprise! / It was really kind of you.4 Please phone him on his mobile. / It’s urgent.

Exercise 5 page 60

1 b 2 c 3 d 4 a

Writing guide

Exercise 6 page 60

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6 Culture Extra London attractionsExercise 1 page 61

Students’ own answers

Exercise 2 page 61

Students’ own answers

Exercise 3 page 61

1 b 2 c 3 b 4 b 5 c

Exercise 4 page 61

1 puts on 2 queue 3 celebrities 4 fairground 5 whales 6 skeleton

Challenge! page 61

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Get Ready for your Exam 3Reading preparation page 62

1 d 2 f 3 b 4 e 5 a 6 c

Reading task page 62

1 T 2 F 3 F 4 F 5 T 6 F

Listening preparation page 62

1 F 2 T 3 T

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7B Past simple affirmative: irregular verbs Exercise 1 page 65

1 began 2 broke 3 bought 4 took 5 grew 6 had 7 said 8 sang

Exercise 2 page 65

1 bought 2 said 3 had 4 began 5 sang 6 grew 7 took 8 broke

Exercise 3 page 65

2 yesterday afternoon 3 yesterday morning 4 the day before yesterday 5 last week 6 last month 7 three months ago 8 last year 9 two years ago

Exercise 4 page 65

2 Sally and I took the bus to school the day before yesterday.3 Susan slept until ten o’clock yesterday morning.4 My dad did a lot of housework last week.5 I spent a lot of money on clothes last weekend.6 My mum made cakes yesterday afternoon.

Exercise 5 $ LISTENING 37 page 65

1 was 2 hated 3 thought 4 left 5 loved 6 read 7 moved 8 got 9 wrote 10 sent 11 returned 12 became 13 won 14 decided 15 went 16 lived 17 died 18 could

Challenge! page 65

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7C Favourite Ukrainian actors Exercise 1 page 66

Students’ own answers

Exercise 2 page 66

1 F 2 F 3 T 4 F 5 T 6 T

Exercise 3 page 66

1 They work at the Ivan Franko Theatre in Kyiv.2 She was five.3 she worked for the Lesia Ukrainka Theatre for sixteen years.4 She works with Roman Viktiuk and Yurii Ilienko.5 She was a presenter on Movie Empire, Morning with Inter and

Place of Meeting. She also took part in Dancing with the Stars.

Exercise 4 page 66

1 When was she born?2 What are her parents’ names?3 Where did she study?4 How long did she work at the National Academic Theatre?5 How old was she when she started working?6 Which role (has) brought her the greatest fame?

Challenge! page 66

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Unit 7 7A On the mapExercise 1 page 64

1 Italy 2 Spain 3 Britain 4 Japan 5 Australia 6 Sweden

Exercise 2 page 64

2 Lithuania; Lithuanian 3 Belarus; Belarussian 4 Ukraine; Ukrainian 5 Slovakia; Slovakian 6 Romania; Romanian 7 Poland; Polish 8 Turkey; Turkish 9 Brazil; Brazilian 10 China; Chinese 12 Egypt; Egyptian 13 Germany; German

Exercise 3 $ LISTENING 36 page 64

1 Marko Hi, my name’s Marko. Lucy Nice to meet you. I’m Lucy. Where are you from, Marko? Marko I’m from Croatia. What about you? Lucy I’m from the Republic of Ireland.2 Thomas Hi, I’m Thomas. Maria Hi, Thomas. I’m Maria. Where are you from? Thomas I’m from Paris. Maria Paris? But you aren’t French, are you? Thomas No, I’m not. I’m from Paris, Texas, in the USA. Where are you from, Maria? Maria I’m from Spain. 3 Jan Hello. I’m Jan. Are you Ana? Ana Yes, I am. Jan Where are you from, Ana? Ana I’m from Targu Mures. Jan Is that in Romania? Ana That’s right. What about you? Where are you from? Jan I’m from the Czech Republic.4 Hugo Hi, I’m Hugo. Frith Hello, Hugo. Where are you from? Hugo I’m from France. What about you? Where are you from? Frith I’m from South Africa.

1 Irish 2 American; Spanish 3 Czech; Romanian 4 French; South African

Challenge! page 64

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Vocabulary Builder (Part 2): make, do, have and take

Exercise 4 page 64

1 homework 2 housework 3 friends 4 a speech 5 a dream 6 a science lesson 7 a photo 8 a train

Exercise 5 page 64

2 take 3 make 4 take 5 make 6 have 7 does 8 have

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Exercise 5 page 67

2 Did Rob and Sam play football? No, they didn’t.3 Did Rob and Sam go to the cinema? Yes, they did.4 Did Rob and Sam see a film? No, they didn’t.5 Did Rob and Sam take the right bus? No, they didn’t.

Exercise 6 page 67

2 When did you come home last night?3 Did Mum make a cake yesterday?4 Kevin didn’t wear jeans to school.5 We didn’t stay in last night. We went out.6 ‘Did Jamie watch TV last night?’ ‘Yes, he did.’

Challenge! page 67

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7E Famous artists Exercise 1 page 68

1 born 2 got 3 left, went 4 was; had 5 retire; died

Exercise 2 page 68

1 b 2 a 3 b 4 b 5 c

Exercise 3 page 68

a 6 b 3 c 8 d 7 e 5 f 1 g 4 h 2

Challenge! page 68

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7F Talking about your weekend Exercise 1 page 69

1 go to the 2 go to a 3 listen 4 watch 5 go on a 6 watch 7 go out with 8 surf 9 go out for 10 make

Exercise 2 page 69

Sympathy 2 What a shame! 3 Poor you! 4 Oh dear! 8 Oh no! Interest 1 Cool! 5 Sounds fun! 6 Really? 7 Wow!

Exercise 3 $ LISTENING 40 page 69

1 I failed my maths exam.2 I won £100 last weekend!3 I went to a gig last night, but the band was terrible.4 We had a great barbecue on the beach yesterday evening.5 I bought Adele’s new CD yesterday. It’s brilliant!6 I wanted to play tennis yesterday, but it rained all day.

Students’ own answers

Exercise 4 page 69

1 What did you do at the weekend?2 How was your weekend?3 Oh, why was that?4 What did you do on Saturday night?

Listening Extra Unit 7Exercise 1 $ LISTENING 38 page 100

1 Lily My hero is the pop singer, Adele. She was born in 1988 in London. She began to sing when she was four. Her favourite group was the Spice Girls. While she was at college she wrote and recorded three songs and a friend of hers put them on the Internet. Someone in a record company heard them and asked her to make an album. That’s how she started. I think she’s got a fantastic voice and she writes beautiful songs.

2 Dan My hero is Lionel Messi. He’s a footballer. He’s from Argentina but he plays for Barcelona in Spain. He was born in 1987. He moved to Barcelona when he was thirteen in 2000 and he played for the team for the first time when he was just sixteen years old. He’s a fantastic player. In fact I think he’s the best player in the world.

3 Emma My hero isn’t someone famous. It’s my grandmother. She died last year at the age of ninety-one. I loved talking to her and listening to stories about her life. She was a very brave person. In the Second World War she drove an ambulance in London. It was very dangerous work. After the war she got married and had a family. They were very poor so she had to work very hard. I really admire her!

1 b 2 c 3 b 4 c 5 a 6 c

7D Past simple negative and interrogativeExercise 1 page 67

2 George didn’t go to London last weekend.3 Joe didn’t wear his new jacket yesterday.4 Pete didn’t invite Fred to his birthday party.5 You didn’t send me an email.6 Wendy didn’t leave home before nine o’clock.7 My dad didn’t study German at school.

Exercise 2 page 67

2 I went to the theatre. / I didn’t go to the theatre.3 I helped with the housework. / I didn’t help with the housework.4 I played basketball. / I didn’t play basketball.5 I read a book. / I didn’t read a book.

Exercise 3 page 67

2 How did you come to school this morning?3 What did you do last Saturday morning?4 What time did you get up last Sunday?5 What did you have for breakfast this morning?

Students’ own answers

Exercise 4 $ LISTENING 39 page 67

Rosie Did you have a good weekend?Rob No, not really.Rosie Oh, why not?Rob Well, on Saturday I wanted to play football with Sam, but the weather was terrible.Rosie So, what did you do then?Rob We went to the cinema.Rosie Was the film good?Rob We didn’t see it. We took the wrong bus so we didn’t arrive on time.Rosie Oh dear!

2 didn’t play 3 went 4 didn’t see 5 didn’t take

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7 Culture Extra Theatre in UkraineExercise 1 page 71

1 e 2 c 3 b 4 f 5 a

Exercise 2 page 71

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Exercise 3 page 71

1 understand 2 popular 3 actors 4 theatre 5 festival 6 story 7 exciting 8 ideas

Exercise 4 page 71

1 Ukrainian theatre is changing.2 The characters sometimes behave in an unusual way.3 Vlad Troitskyi started DAKH. DAKHaBrakha is a theatre

company and modern folk band.4 He called it after Hohol because he was interested in different

cultures and loved Ukraine.5 The actors don’t memorise the whole script.6 They take part in international festivals.

Challenge! page 71

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Unit 8 8A Geography Exercise 1 page 72

1 hill 2 waterfall 3 lake 4 island 5 mountain 6 sea 7 jungle 8 volcano 9 forest 10 beach 11 desert 12 river 13 valley 14 cave 15 ocean

Exercise 2 page 72

2 The, South America 3 The, Europe 4 -Asia 5 -Australasia 6 The, Antarctica

Exercise 3 page 72

1 north 2 west 3 east 4 south

Students’ own answers

Vocabulary Builder (Part 2): measurements

Exercise 4 page 72

1 long 2 deep 3 high 4 old 5 big

Challenge! page 72

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Exercise 5 $ LISTENING 41 page 69

Marcus How was your weekend?Nancy It wasn’t great.Marcus Oh, why was that?Nancy Well, on Saturday afternoon I went shopping and I left my purse on the bus.Marcus What a disaster! What did you do on Saturday night?Nancy I went out for a meal with my family, but I hated the food.Marcus Oh dear!Nancy What did you do at the weekend?Marcus I went to London to see my cousin. We visited a museum and had a picnic in Hyde Park.Nancy Sounds fun!

1 How was your weekend?2 Oh, why was that?3 What did you do on Saturday night?4 What did you do at the weekend?

Exercise 6 page 69

2 ✗ 3 ✗ 4 ✓ 5 ✓ 6 ✗

Exercise 7 page 69

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7G An email message Preparation

Exercise 1 page 70

1 go 2 friends 3 have 4 an email 5 read 6 bed 7 go for 8 friend’s house 9 play

Exercise 2 page 70

2 i 3 d 4 a 5 m 6 b 7 l 8 k 9 e 10 c 11 g 12 h 13 f

Exercise 3 page 70

Students’ own translations

Exercise 4 page 70

1 a good weekend 2 to the cinema 3 for a party 4 until eleven o’clock 5 in bed 6 with my brothers 7 after dinner

Writing guide

Exercise 5 page 70

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Listening Extra Unit 8Exercise 1 $ LISTENING 42 page 101

Mount Fuji is a volcano. It’s 3,776 metres high and it’s about 100 kilometres south of Tokyo. It’s a very beautiful volcano with snow at the top, and you can see it in a lot of traditional Japanese pictures. There are five lakes near Mount Fuji and visitors to these lakes have a great view of the volcano. There is also a forest at the base of the volcano. There are lots of stories about ghosts and other supernatural creatures in the forest – but the forest is still a popular place for walking. Mount Fuji is very popular with climbers – about 300,000 people climb the volcano every year. They usually do it in July or August. It’s better to climb at night because then you get to the top when the sun is coming up. It’s a very beautiful view. From October to May, the climb is more dangerous because the weather is much worse.

1 walking 2 climbing

Exercise 2 $ LISTENING 42 page 101

1 volcano 2 100 … south 3 pictures 4 lakes 5 forest 6 July, August 7 night 8 October, weather

Exercise 3 $ LISTENING 43 page 101

I visited Tokyo with my husband last August and we went on a day trip to Mount Fuji. We left the hotel in the morning after breakfast and travelled to Fuji by bus. We didn’t climb the volcano, but the bus took us part of the way up. We had lunch on Mount Fuji – a traditional Japanese meal. Then in the afternoon, we went to one of the lakes near Mount Fuji – Lake Ashi – and went on a boat trip on the lake. From the lake, you get a beautiful view of Fuji. In the evening, we went back to Tokyo by train – it’s one of the fastest trains in the world, so it didn’t take very long. It was a fantastic day – the best day of the holiday, in my opinion.

When did she visit? Last AugustWho with? Her husbandHow did they travel to Fuji? By busWhere did they have lunch? On Mount FujiWhat did they do in the afternoon? Went to a lakeHow did they travel back to Tokyo? By train

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Transcript see exercise 3Students’ own answers

8B Comparative adjectives Exercise 1 page 73

1 Jack 2 Ryan 3 Lewis 4 Ewan 5 Harry

Exercise 2 page 73

+ er richer, shorter, taller+ r fiercer, larger, widery ➞ ier funnier, heavierdouble consonant + er bigger, hottermore + adjective more attractive, more famousirregular worse, further, better

Exercise 3 page 73

1 better 2 faster 3 longer 4 bigger 5 heavier 6 taller 7 stronger 8 smaller 9 more intelligent

Exercise 4 page 73

2 Which is more intelligent, a chimpanzee or a dog? A chimpanzee.

3 Which is further from Ireland, Asia or North America? North America.

4 Which is hotter, Mexico or Canada? Mexico.5 Which is heavier, gold or silver? Gold.6 Which is more fattening, fruit or butter? Butter.

Exercise 5 page 73

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8C Ukraine’s Red Book Exercise 1 page 74

Students’ own answers

Exercise 2 page 74

1 h 2 a 3 f 4 c 5 e 6 d 7 b 8 g

Exercise 3 page 74

1 F 2 F 3 T 4 F 5 F 6 T

Exercise 4 page 74

1 There are over 1,300 species.2 The government introduces laws to protect them.3 It has maps and information on how many of each species

there are.4 Ukraine’s Ministry of Environmental Protection.5 The Green Book, which lists communities of plants.

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8F Negotiating Exercise 1 page 77

1 safari 2 city break 3 skiing holiday 4 jungle trek 5 beach holiday 6 cycling holiday 7 camping holiday 8 coach tour 9 climbing holiday

Exercise 2 $ LISTENING 44 page 77

1 Man Why don’t we go on a city break? Woman Hmm. I don’t think that’s a great idea. I don’t really like big cities.

How about going camping? Man I think cycling would be nicer. I love cycling. Woman Me too. Man OK. That’s perfect. Let’s go on a cycling holiday!2 Woman Shall we go on a beach holiday? Man Hmm. I don’t know. They’re a bit boring. Shall we do something more

exciting? How about a skiing holiday? Woman I can’t ski. I’d prefer to go climbing. Man That sounds good. I like climbing too. Woman Great! Let’s find a good climbing holiday then!

1 city break, camping holiday, cycling holiday2 beach holiday, skiing holiday, climbing holiday

Exercise 3 $ LISTENING 44 page 77

Transcript $ 1.53 page 77

1 don’t 2 think 3 about 4 would 5 prefer 6 sounds

Students’ own answers

Exercise 4 page 77

1 Why don’t we go on a city break?2 How about going camping?3 I don’t think that’s a great idea.4 I think cycling would be nicer.5 I’d prefer to go climbing.6 That sounds good.

Exercise 5 page 77

2 go 3 a 4 about 5 don’t 6 on

Exercise 6 page 77

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8G An advertPreparation

Exercise 1 page 78

1 the 2 in 3 ’s got, has got 4 black 5 than 6 are 7 is 8 are 9 a

Exercise 2 page 78

1 They live in Africa.2 It’s grey.3 There are 3,000 in the wild today.4 They use their horns for medicine.5 People are destroying their habitat.6 It’s asking for £3 a month.

8D Superlative adjectivesExercise 1 page 75

1 Jack Black is the funniest actor in Hollywood.2 English is the most difficult subject at school.3 Pizza is the tastiest food in the world.4 The USA is the most exciting country in the world.5 Chelsea are the best football team in the world.6 Exams are the worst thing about school.

Exercise 2 page 75

1 The Amazon is the widest river in the world.2 The Antarctic is the coldest continent in the world.3 Asia is the biggest continent in the world.4 Chimps are the most intelligent animals in the world.5 Neptune is the furthest planet from the sun.6 Mosquitoes are the most dangerous animals in the world.7 Lionel Messi is the best football player in the world (probably).8 Howler monkeys are the noisiest animals in the world.

Challenge! page 75

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Exercise 3 page 75

2 What is the best day of the week?3 Where is the most expensive shop in town?4 What is the most interesting show on TV?

Students’ own answers

Exercise 4 page 75

1 Killer whales are faster than sharks.2 Polar bears are the most largest predators on land.3 August is the best month to climb Mount Fuji.4 Dogs are much uglier than cats.5 Antarctica has the worst climate in the world.

Exercise 5 page 75

1 the best 2 further 3 faster 4 more expensive 5 the biggest 6 the oldest 7 the most famous 8 younger 9 more modern 10 happier 11 the most interesting 12 larger

8E Dangerous! Exercise 1 page 76

2 bat 3 tiger 4 dolphin 5 elephant 6 crocodile 7 mosquito 8 hippo 9 eagle 10 bear 11 lion 12 rhino 13 horse 14 spider

Challenge! page 76

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Exercise 2 page 76

The crocodile is the most dangerous.

Exercise 3 page 76

1 B 2 A 3 C 4 B 5 C 6 A

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First of all – walking. Exmoor is the perfect place to go walking. There are over 1,000 kilometres of walks through woods and valleys, beside lakes, and along beaches. The best thing is that it’s free – you just need to bring strong walking shoes and lots of water to drink. The Exmoor National Park website has a fantastic list of guided walks.Exmoor is also great for cycling. There are lots of cycling maps for easy and more difficult routes. There are also many organised cycling groups that you can join. Just remember to ride slowly because of walkers and horses!And finally, climbing. I went climbing for the first time yesterday and it was a great experience. There are a number of outdoor centres in the national park. Their climbing instructors can help you to climb if you are a beginner like me, or to improve your climbing skills. You have to follow all the safety advice and learn to use the equipment, but it’s exciting! Exmoor is perfect for climbers. It has some of the highest sea cliffs for climbing in the UK. So, there is something for everyone. It’s really beautiful here and I can recommend it for all the family! Back to you in the studio, Jenny.

1 river 2 national park 3 1,000 4 water 5 (cycling) groups 6 climbing 7 outdoor centres

Use of English task page 81

1 A 2 A 3 C 4 C 5 D 6 B 7 C 8 D 9 C 10 A

Unit 9 9A Jobs and workExercise 1 page 82

l o k e d b u i l d e rs a r t i s t e o o b b

m r x e w q u a r c p oe c a n g h e r k t r jc h m g V n s t t o o oh i f i l a w y e r g ua t l n o c c i a n r rn e l e c t r i c i a ni c m e h i l i h p m ac t u r i a r f e i m ls h s n o t c u r l e ih a i r d r e s s e r sr e c e p t i o n i s ts c i e n t i s t o r mt r a i d e n t m i s si l n e s o l d i e r d

an artist, a lawyer, an electrician, a hairdresser, a receptionist, a scientist, a soldier, a mechanic, an architect, a musician, an engineer, a teacher, a doctor, a programmer, a journalist

Exercise 3 page 78

c (Help / give)

Exercise 4 page 78

2 nice so we went out. 3 Sunday so I didn’t go to school. 4 in danger so you can’t hunt 5 closed so you can’t go shopping.

Writing guide

Exercise 5 page 78

1 In the forests of China. 2 They’re black and white bears. 3 About 1,600. 4 Their habitat is disappearing.

Exercise 6 page 78

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8 Culture Extra Ukrainian wondersExercise 1 page 79

a Lake Synevyr b Sofiyivsky Park

Exercise 2 page 79

1 blue 2 small 3 young 4 clean 5 cold 6 great 7 beautiful 8 interesting 9 important

Exercise 3 page 79

1 SP 2 LS 3 SP 4 SP 5 LS 6 LS 7 LS

Exercise 4 page 79

1 more beautiful / the most beautiful2 small / smaller / the smallest3 interesting / more interesting / the most interesting4 clean / cleaner / the most clean5 important / more important / the most important6 cold / colder / the most cold7 blue / more blue / the most blue8 young / younger / the youngest9 great / greater / the greatest

Challenge! page 79

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Get Ready for your Exam 4Reading task page 80

1 E 2 B 3 A 4 F 5 D

Listening task $ LISTENING 45 page 80

Jenny Welcome to this week’s British Breaks. Today we are looking at outdoor holidays in the southwest of England. First, we go to Tom reporting from Exmoor National Park in North Devon. Over to you, Tom.Tom Thank you, Jenny. Here I am in Exmoor National Park. I’m standing in a beautiful valley, beside a river. There are green hills all around. I’m all alone. I can’t see anyone. I can only hear the water. It is very calm and quiet. This is very unusual in southern England! Exmoor is an amazing place. And there are so many ways to enjoy it. I’m staying here for a few days to explore the park, and here are my suggestions so far.

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Exercise 3 $ LISTENING 47 page 83

Toby Hi, Olivia! How are you?Olivia I’m fine, thanks, Toby. I’m just getting ready for my holiday.Toby Oh, really. Where are you going to go?Olivia Spain – next week.Toby Lovely. Freya and I are going to France next week.Olivia Are you going to go by plane?Toby No, we’re going to drive there in our car. What about you? Are you going to fly?Olivia Yes, I am. First class, in fact. Well, it’s a nice way to start the holiday.Toby Yes, I’m sure.Olivia And I’m going to stay in a five-star hotel by the sea.Toby Very nice. We aren’t going to stay in a hotel. We’re going to camp.Olivia Oh … well, it’s cheap, I suppose.Toby We like camping.Olivia Is the campsite near the sea?Toby No, it’s in the mountains. We’re going to go climbing every day.Olivia Really? I’m not into climbing. I’m going to spend every day on the beach – and every night, I’m going to visit a different nightclub!Toby There aren’t any nightclubs in the mountains.Olivia Oh. So what are you going to do at night?Toby We’re going to sleep!

Olivia Toby and Freya

Flying ✓ ✗

Camping ✗ ✓

Sunbathing ✓ ✗

Dancing ✓ ✗

Exercise 4 page 83

2 Is Olivia going to stay at a campsite? No, she isn’t.3 Are Freya and Toby going to stay in a hotel? No, they aren’t.4 Is Olivia going to go to the beach? Yes, she is.5 Are Freya and Toby going to go climbing? Yes, they are.

Exercise 5 page 83

2 I’m going to be 3 are you going to stay? 4 ’re not going to stay 5 ’re going to spend 6 ’re going to visit 7 ’s going to be 8 ’m going to work 9 isn’t going to be

Challenge! page 83

Students’ own answers

9C Jobs for teenagers Exercise 1 page 84

Students’ own answers

Exercise 2 page 84

Students’ own answers

Exercise 3 page 84

Sasha

Exercise 2 page 82

2 a plumber 3 an actor 4 a vet 5 a secretary 6 a waiter 7 a nurse 8 a taxi driver

Exercise 3 page 82

1 a soldier 2 a builder 3 a plumber 4 a hairdresser 5 an artist 6 a scientist

Exercise 4 $ LISTENING 46 page 82

1 It’s a very interesting job because every day is different. I love animals and helping animals is my job – so I’m really happy about that. I see a lot of cats and dogs, but sometimes snakes and spiders too …

2 I work at a large school in London. There are about 900 students. My subject is history. We’re studying ancient Rome at the moment …

3 I studied English at university, then I got a job with a magazine. It was a magazine about cars. Boring! Then I saw a job advert for a newspaper in London, so I applied – and I got the job! It’s much better – I love it.

4 I work in a hospital in Manchester. It’s hard work – I work very long hours – but it’s interesting. There are sixty of us at the hospital – that includes all the nurses. The best thing is helping the patients.

5 I studied chemistry at university. Now I work for a very large food company. It’s great because at school, chemistry was my favourite subject, and now I’m forty-five years old and I’m still doing chemistry every day!

1 a vet 2 a teacher 3 a journalist 4 a doctor 5 a scientist

Vocabulary Builder (Part 2): suffixes: -er, -or and -ist

Exercise 5 page 82

1 painter 2 writer 3 pianist 4 dancer 5 sailor 6 visitor 7 cyclist 8 therapist

Challenge! page 82

Students’ own answers

9B going toExercise 1 page 83

2 are going to watch 3 ’re going to play 4 is going to get 5 are going to cook 6 ’s going to visit 7 ’m going to surf 8 are going to travel

Exercise 2 page 83

2 I’m going to visit family. / I’m not going to visit family.3 I’m going to go shopping. / I’m not going to go shopping.4 I’m going to study for an exam. / I’m not going to study for

an exam.5 I’m going to play computer games. / I’m not going to play

computer games.6 I’m going to tidy my bedroom. / I’m not going to tidy my

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Exercise 3 page 85

2 Will the Olympic Games take place next year? Yes, they will. / No, they won’t.

3 Will you have an exam next week? Yes, we will. / No, we won’t.4 Will tomorrow be Friday? Yes, it will. / No, it won’t.5 Will you go to university next year? Yes, I will. / No, I won’t.

Exercise 4 $ LISTENING 49 page 85

Luke Do you want to go to the Halloween party at Tramps this year? Erin I’m not sure. Will we know anyone there?Luke Yes, you will. Amy and Lola will go. Their uncle works at the nightclub. Erin When is it?Luke Next Friday. It will be a great party, I’m sure. Tickets will cost £10 on the night, but we can buy them now for £6.Erin Oh, but I won’t be here next Friday. I’ve got a job interview in London.Luke Well, the party won’t finish until late. What time is your train home?Erin Around five o’clock. I’ll get home at about nine o’clock.Luke Will you want to go out again?Erin Yes, probably. I’ll need a laugh after my interview!

1 Will we know 2 will 3 ’ll be 4 will cost 5 won’t be 6 won’t finish 7 ’ll get 8 Will you want 9 ’ll need

9E A year outExercise 1 page 86

2 French Alps 3 part-time jobs 4 ski instructor 5 tourist industry 6 conservation project

Exercise 2 page 86

1 take 2 earn 3 get 4 do 5 lead 6 give 7 learn

Exercise 3 page 86

1 Abigail 2 Lily

Exercise 4 page 86

1 F 2 F 3 T 4 T 5 F 6 F

Exercise 5 page 86

Students’ own answers

Challenge! page 86

Students’ own answers

9F On the phoneExercise 1 page 87

1 I’ll open 2 I’ll turn 3 I’ll give 4 I’ll help 5 I’ll phone 6 I’ll repair

Exercise 4 page 84

1 Sasha and Nina 2 Tania 3 Sasha 4 Nina 5 Tania 6 Sasha 7 Tania 8 Nina

Challenge! page 84

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Listening Extra Unit 9Exercise 1 $ LISTENING 48 page 101

Boy I’m going to look for a part-time job after the holidays.Girl Really? Why?Boy I want to start work in September. Just a few hours a week.Girl Hmm. But it’s more important to study at this age. You can think about work when you’re older.Boy I don’t agree with you. I think it’s good to have some experience of work at our age. I mean, we’re sixteen! And I want to earn some money.Girl That’s a good point. I really want a new phone but I can’t ask my parents for it. But teenagers never earn much money. Companies don’t pay teenagers much.Boy I don’t think that’s true. Companies have to pay teenagers the same as adults.Girl Really? Hmm. I’m not sure about that. Boy And a job is a good way to meet new people.Girl That’s true. And you’re probably bored with all your old friends.Boy I’m not saying that …Girl Anyway, your exams are the most important thing. You need good qualifications to get a good job.Boy I agree with you. That’s why I’m only going to work a few hours a week.

a ✓ b ✗ c ✓ d ✓ e ✗ f ✓ g ✓ h ✗

Exercise 2 $ LISTENING 48 page 101

1 b 2 e 3 d 4 c 5 a

9D will Exercise 1 page 85

1 The next World Cup will be in Asia.2 He won’t remember your name.3 Our English exam won’t be easy.4 I won’t be late for school tomorrow.5 My cousins will be on holiday next month.6 We won’t need a coat today.

Exercise 2 page 85

2 I’ll have children. / I won’t have children.3 I’ll earn a lot of money. / I won’t earn a lot of money.4 I’ll be a teacher. / I won’t be a teacher.5 I’ll write a novel. / I won’t write a novel.6 I’ll become famous. / I won’t become famous.

Challenge! page 85

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9 Culture Extra JobsExercise 1 page 89

1 taxi driver 2 shop assistant 3 computer programmer 4 vet 5 nurse

Exercise 2 page 89

1 A, B 2 C 3 A 4 B 5 A 6 A, B, C

Exercise 3 page 89

learn / know how to + verb: get someone’s attention, teach, drive, keep records, read a map, sing

learn / know about + noun / -ing form: music, business law, transport, a country, maths

Exercise 4 page 89

Students’ own answers

Unit 10 10A TransportExercise 1 page 90

2 bus (a) 3 motorbike (i) 4 helicopter (g) 5 van (n) 6 boat (c) 7 coach (h) 8 plane (p) 9 car (b) 10 ship (o) 11 tram (m) 12 bike (j) 13 scooter (e) 14 taxi (l) 15 lorry (f ) 16 underground train (d)

Exercise 2 page 90

2 Wendy took a taxi to the airport.3 Do you go to school by bike?4 Sam drove me to the station.5 I sometimes go to school on foot.6 Mum went to town by tram.

Exercise 3 page 90

1 safe 2 comfortable 3 slow 4 cheap 5 convenient

a fast b inconvenient c uncomfortable d dangerous e expensive

1 d 2 c 3 a 4 e 5 b

Vocabulary Builder (Part 2): phrasal verbs

Exercise 4 page 90

1 down 2 off 3 out 4 off 5 on 6 down 7 in

Challenge! page 90

Students’ own answers

Exercise 2 $ LISTENING 50 page 87

1 My number? Yes, it’s 07337 871100. 2 Can I leave my number? It’s 0207 4768551.3 I can give you my mobile number. It’s 05537 100660.4 What’s her number? Just a minute, I’ll look. It’s 01754 338410.5 My number is 01566 233904. Please call me tonight.6 My work number is 0207 654 2233.

1 07737 871100 ➞ 07337 8711002 0207 4768251 ➞ 0207 47685513 055537 100660 ➞ 05537 1006604 01754 888410 ➞ 01754 3384105 01566 233409 ➞ 01566 2339046 0207 654 3322 ➞ 0207 654 2233

Exercise 3 $ LISTENING 51 page 87

1 This is 2 here 3 Would you like to leave 4 call me 5 calling 6 make sure he gets

Exercise 4 page 87

1 Can I speak 2 I’ll try her 3 I’m afraid she’s on the phone 4 Can I leave 5 Can you ask her

Exercise 5 page 87

Students’ own answers

9G An application letter Preparation

Exercise 1 page 88

1 c 2 a 3 d 4 c 5 a 6 b

Exercise 2 page 88

1 ✓

2 I believe I have the necessary qualities: I am polite, friendly and hard-working.

3 I am available to start work immediately.4 I am enclosing my CV with this letter, and also a reference.5 I hope to hear from you soon.6 ✓

Exercise 3 page 88

Students’ own answers

Writing guide

Exercise 4 page 88

Students’ own answers

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10B Present perfect affirmative Exercise 1 page 91

Past simple Past participle

1 study studied studied

2 use used used

3 know knew known

4 watch watched watched

5 plan planned planned

6 speak spoke spoken

Exercise 2 page 91

1 Charles has moved to London.2 Mum has cooked dinner.3 Henry and Sally have sold their house.4 We’ve invited 50 people to our party.5 Becky has grown four centimetres taller this year.

Exercise 3 page 91

1 ’ve packed 2 ’ve caught 3 ’s stopped 4 has broken down 5 has just taken off 6 ’ve missed 7 has landed 8 ’ve dropped 9 ’s begun 10 ’ve left 11 ’ve got 12 ’ve reserved

Exercise 4 page 91

1 ’ve just heard 2 ’ve just had 3 ’s just arrived 4 ’s just gone 5 ’ve just sent 6 ’s just stopped

Challenge! page 91

Students’ own answers

10C Tourist informationExercise 1 page 92

1 fantastic 2 interesting 3 beautiful 4 fabulous 5 new 6 delicious

Exercise 2 page 92

1 B 2 D 3 A 4 C

Exercise 3 page 92

1 beautiful, historic 2 fantastic, old 3 grand, famous 4 interesting, historic, beautiful 5 delicious, fabulous, authentic

Exercise 4 page 92

1 Lviv Theatre of Opera and Ballet2 from Vysokyi Zamok3 the Lviv Museum of Folk Architecture and Rural Life4 Rynok Square, Kryivka or Seven Piggies5 at King Cross Leopolis mall

Challenge! page 92

Students’ own answers

Listening Extra Unit 10Exercise 1 $ LISTENING 52 page 101

My name’s Shelley and I’m Australian. I’m married and I’ve got a son. I decided to find out about our family history. I’m very interested in the early history of Australia – I think it’s fascinating. And I wanted to find out if we’re descendants of British prisoners!I found out that my family came to Australia from Britain in 1860. But Britain stopped sending prisoners to Australia in 1840. So my family weren’t prisoners. I was a bit disappointed … Then I looked at my husband’s family. I found that my husband’s great-great-great-great grandparents met in Sydney and got married there in 1826. It was their home for the next forty years. His name was John Bullen and she was Mary Evans. He was a thief and she was the daughter of a thief! I was very interested! I found out more about John Bullen. John was a poor boy from London. He lived on the streets and stole food to eat. The police caught him and they sent him here to Australia for fourteen years. But John met Mary and they stayed here and started a family. And here is my son now – his descendant – 200 years later!

She finds out more about her husband’s ancestors.

Exercise 2 $ LISTENING 52 page 101

1 a 2 a 3 b 4 a

10D Present perfect negative and interrogative Exercise 1 page 93

2 I haven’t done the washing-up. 3 We haven’t bought a car. 4 They haven’t had lunch. 5 You haven’t tidied your bedroom. 6 It hasn’t stopped raining.

Exercise 2 page 93

2 I’ve already phoned her. 3 I’ve already bought it. 4 I’ve already had some. 5 I’ve already tidied it. 6 I’ve already changed it.

Exercise 3 $ LISTENING 53 page 93

Toby Where are the water bottles?Lucy They’re here. But I haven’t filled them yet.Toby What about the food? Have you packed it?Lucy Yes, I have. It’s already in the car.Toby And we’ve bought a compass and a map.Lucy Yes, they’re in the car too. Toby OK. I’m going to check the car in a minute.Lucy And I’ll look at the weather report on my laptop.Toby OK. Have you phoned your parents yet?Lucy Yes, I have. Have you phoned your parents?Toby Yes. And I’m going to send text messages to my friends.Lucy Good idea. I’ll do that, too.

1 ✗ 2 ✓ 3 ✓ 4 ✗ 5 ✗ 6 ✓ 7 ✓

Exercise 4 page 93

2 Have they packed the food yet? Yes, they have.3 Have they bought a map and compass yet? Yes, they have.4 Have they checked the car yet? No, they haven’t.5 Have they looked at the weather report yet? No, they haven’t.6 Have they phoned their parents yet? Yes, they have.7 Have they sent text messages to their friends yet? No, they

haven’t.

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Clerk It’s direct.Fran Thanks.Clerk Thank you. Have a good journey.

1 single 2 hasn’t got 3 £21 4 11.42 5 doesn’t have to

Exercise 5 page 95

1 Which platform does it leave from? 2 Is it a direct train? 3 The next train is at 15.26. 4 I’d like a return ticket to London, please. 5 When are you coming back? 6 That’s £93, please.

Exercise 6 $ LISTENING 56 page 95

Clerk Next please.Chris I’d like a return ticket to London, please.Clerk When are you coming back?Chris Next Monday.Clerk That’s £93, please.Chris Here you are.Clerk Thank you. And £7 change.Chris Which platform does it leave from?Clerk Number 3. The next train is at 15.26.Chris Is it a direct train?Clerk No, you have to change at Exeter.

1 I’d like a return ticket to London, please. 2 When are you coming back? 3 That’s £93, please. 4 Which platform does it leave from? 5 The next train is at 15.26. 6 Is it a direct train?

Exercise 7 page 95

Students’ own answers

10G A postcard Preparation

Exercise 1 page 96

1 youth hostel 2 campsite 3 hotel 4 villa 5 apartment

Exercise 2 page 96

1 We’re on holiday in Croatia.2 This is our second day in Italy.3 The youth hostel is horrible.4 It’s really cold at the moment.5 Wish you were here!6 Say hello to your brother!

Exercise 3 page 96

Students’ own translations

Exercise 4 page 96

2 ’re staying 3 ’re enjoying 4 went 5 did 6 bought 7 haven’t visited 8 ’re going to go

Writing guide

Exercise 5 page 96

Students’ own answers

Exercise 6 page 96

Students’ own answers

Exercise 5 page 93

2 I’ve already written some postcards.3 He hasn’t walked along the River Thames yet.4 Has she seen the Queen yet?5 We’ve already taken a coach tour.6 Have you visited Buckingham Palace yet?7 We haven’t found our passports yet.8 We’ve already spent a day on the beach.

Challenge! page 93

Students’ own answers

10E Adventure in Australia Exercise 1 page 94

1 Nowadays 2 finally / eventually 3 Suddenly 4 recently / finally 5 First of all … then

Exercise 2 page 94

2 hot 3 dark 4 terrible 5 quiet 6 deep 7 worried 8 hungry 9 happy

Exercise 3 page 94

1 c 2 b 3 g 4 a 5 e 6 h 7 f 8 d

Challenge! page 94

Students’ own answers

10F Buying a train ticket Exercise 1 page 95

1 return ticket 2 platform 3 change 4 single ticket 5 direct train 6 railcard

Exercise 2 $ LISTENING 54 page 95

a 11:48 b 09:30 c 20:39 d 05:00 e 21:14 f 18:18 g 08:55 h 09:00

Exercise 3 page 95

2 fifteen hundred hours 3 ten fifty-five 4 nineteen oh eight 5 twenty-three fifteen 6 seven thirty-nine 7 oh eight hundred hours 8 twelve thirty-three

Exercise 4 $ LISTENING 55 page 95

Clerk Next please.Fran I’d like a ticket to London, please.Clerk Single or return?Fran Single, please.Clerk Have you got a railcard?Fran No, I haven’t.Clerk That’s £21, please.Fran Here you are. Clerk Thank you. And £4 change.Fran When’s the next train?Clerk There’s one in ten minutes, at 11.42.Fran Which platform is it?Clerk Number four.Fran Is it a direct train, or do I have to change?

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Writing task page 99

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Speaking task page 99

Students’ own answers

Review 1–2 Exercise 1 page 102

1 of 2 For 3 is 4 the 5 TV/television 6 take 7 at 8 isn’t 9 of 10 a

Exercise 2 page 102

1 old 2 great 3 parents 4 sisters 5 often 6 same 7 interested 8 hardly 9 quite 10 badly 11 chat 12 visit 13 soon 14 wishes

Review 3–4 Exercise 1 page 103

1 B 2 C 3 C 4 C 5 B 6 A 7 C 8 A 9 C 10 B

Exercise 2 page 103

1 is secondary ➞ is a secondary2 for ➞ to3 be ➞ are4 can to choose ➞ can choose5 economic ➞ economics6 a important ➞ an important7 any ➞ a8 there’s ➞ there are9 we building ➞ we’re building

10 to ➞ too11 are doing ➞ do12 the great ➞ a great13 not ➞ don’t14 is meaning ➞ means

Review 5–6 Exercise 1 page 104

1 C 2 A 3 D 4 A 5 D 6 A 7 B 8 B 9 D 10 C

Exercise 2 page 104

1 third 2 some 3 sandwich 4 any 5 is 6 some 7 any 8 opened 9 could 10 needed 11 closed 12 added 13 halls 14 galleries

Review 7–8 Exercise 1 page 105

1 visitor 2 worst 3 largest 4 traditional 5 European 6 entertainment 7 boxing 8 interesting 9 quickly 10 cooking

10 Culture Extra Historical KyivExercise 1 page 97

Oldest: The Golden Gate: 11th century (1017–1024)Newest: The Horodetskyi Building: 1902

Exercise 2 page 97

1 Prince Yaroslav the Wise gave orders to have them both built.

Exercise 3 page 97

1 the 11th century2 They are still beautiful today even though they are nearly a

thousand years old.3 Because mythical creatures decorate the building.4 You can see buildings of a similar style in Barcelona.5 It had three.6 The other two became ruins.

Exercise 4 page 97

1 build 2 design 3 construction 4 decoration 5 painting

Exercise 5 page 97

Students’ own answers

Get Ready for your Exam 5Listening task $ LISTENING 57 page 98

1 Gary I’ve just been to Europe for the first time. I went backpacking with my friend Ian. We travelled around, mostly by train, sometimes by bus and once by scooter! We got scooters in Greece and drove round the island of Andros. It was fantastic but a bit dangerous at times!

2 Sandie We’ve just been to the USA to visit my mum’s sister in Florida. The holiday was amazing, but I hated the journey. I went on a plane for the first time, and I really didn’t like it. It was worse flying back because I knew what to expect!

3 Felix I’ve been to Spain before, but this year I travelled there by ship for the first time. We drove to the coast in England and put the car on the ship. The journey to Santander took twenty hours. It was OK until we reached the Bay of Biscay. Then I was really sick! It was awful!

4 Sophia In the summer holidays we usually go to Italy to visit my dad’s family in Pisa. We drive through France to get there. It takes a couple of days, and I hate the journey. But this year I went by plane by myself! It was wonderful. I felt so grown up.

5 Luke I’m not keen on travelling, except on my motorbike. I’ve travelled all over the country on it. I usually take my girlfriend and we go to concerts and festivals. We take our tent and we take our time getting there. It’s so relaxing. It’s the only way to travel.

A 3 B – C 4 D 1 E 5 F 2

Reading preparation page 98

a There are five emails.b There are six missing sentences.

Reading task page 98

1 I 2 B 3 E 4 D 5 C 6 F

Use of English task page 99

1 B 2 B 3 A 4 D 5 C 6 A 7 B 8 D 9 C 10 B

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Exercise 4 page 108

1 It is cold and dark.2 They were in India.3 Because Sara has to go to school and her father has to work in

India.4 Because her father is rich.5 She was French.6 Amelia is Miss Minchin’s sister.

Exercise 5 page 108

1 loses 2 stays 3 is 4 moves 5 wants 6 become 7 learns 8 invites

Extra Reading 3 The Coldest Place on Earth

Exercise 1 page 109

1 coldest 2 driest 3 windiest 4 south 5 bigger

Exercise 3 page 109

1 Five.2 Five.3 In a tent.

Exercise 4 page 109

1 Edgar Evans died.2 The men found a depot.3 Oates wrote a letter to his mother and went outside the tent.4 Teddy Evans’s men started for the south.

Extra Reading 4 Slow Food

Exercise 3 page 110 No chefs work at the fast food restaurant.

Exercise 4 page 110

1 F 2 T 3 F 4 F 5 F 6 T

Extra Reading 5 Titanic

Exercise 1 page 111

1 b 2 a 3 c 4 a

Exercise 3 page 111

a

Exercise 4 page 111

3, 2, 1, 4, 5, 6

Exercise 5 page 111

Year: 1997

Director: James Cameron

Stars: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet

Exercise 2 page 105

1 Were 2 miss 3 told 4 made 5 best 6 more 7 was 8 got 9 went 10 saw 11 tell 12 didn’t 13 didn’t fail 14 in

Review 9–10 Exercise 1 page 106

1 are 2 in 3 have 4 furthest 5 between 6 how 7 to 8 in 9 they’re 10 at

Exercise 2 page 106

1 application 2 receptionist 3 uniform 4 jacket 5 will 6 be 7 just 8 won’t 9 going 10 you’ll 11 you 12 to 13 yet 14 sincerely

Extra ReadingExtra Reading 1 London

Exercise 1 page 107

1 market 2 bookshop 3 restaurant 4 café 5 pub

Exercise 2 page 107

1 café 2 pub 3 restaurant 4 market 5 bookshop

Exercise 3 page 107

Hotels: Ritz, Savoy Hotel

Streets: Charing Cross Road, Petticoat Lane, Middlesex Street, Portobello Road, Brick Lane, Commercial Street

Areas in London: Covent Garden, the East End, Picadilly, Soho, Leicester Square, Kensington, Knightsbridge, Chelsea, the Strand

Exercise 4 page 107

1 F 2 T 3 T 4 F 5 F 6 T

Exercise 5 page 107

Markets: Petticoat Lane market, the market in Portobello Road, Brick Lane market, Old Spitalfields Market

Students’ own answers

Extra Reading 2 A Little Princess

Exercise 1 page 108

The story is about the past.

Exercise 2 page 108

1 The man is rich.2 The girl is sad.3 The woman is unfriendly.

Exercise 3 page 108

The man’s name is Mr Crewe.The daughter’s name is Sara Crewe.The woman’s name is Miss Minchin.

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