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    Pl l .SEL;CHECK 1How did you feel?


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    . UieofEngllsh . Listening o WrltlntTheworldofwork Deffningrelative

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    p29 . SET.TGHECK 3Thehumanbody Pastslmpleand

    p30 present perfectcontrast

    Fast food addicts Present perfectcontinuous


    Lost souls l{anatlng wents A nanative

    Reversing roles


    All in the mind

    Ajob interviw Alob appllcatlon

    At the docto/s An lnfomal lettengMng news

    Past tensecontrast

    Decldlng whatto do



    A formal leteemaklng aregewatlon

    An lnformal letter:replying to aninvitation

    Remembering the used topast

    . SpeaklntCommuting fromabroad

    Non-defininglelative clauses


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    . Readlng

    . UseofEngllsh . Ustenlng . WrltlngComputlng Talklngaboutthe


    . SpeakingA greener frrture Future pefect and Msions ofthe

    futulecontinuous future

    Reported speech Was he who he(questions) said he was?

    Tatkingabout An essay:plans for and against

    Exmp55 . sEri cHECr( 6

    3 p56 . Readinto UseofEntlish . Listening o WrltlntRelationships Comparison


    p47 . SELf cHEc|( 5llurder in the

    p48 llbnryRepoded speech Myth or reatity?(statements)

    . SpeaklngP B Shelley Talking about



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    . SEL' CHECK 7Gettlng fromAtoB

    . SE]F CIIECK 8

    . Reading

    . Use of Engtishtloney andflnance

    o SEL;CHECK 9Art and artists


    p66The passive

    . Listening o Writint . Speaklnghove something School dinnersdone

    Padiciple clauses ls it art?

    Tourism and travel Indefinite Trip ofa lifetimepronouns:some-,ony-, no-

    At the airport: A postcardexchangingInformation

    Arguingyourcase Aformallefter:asking forinbrmation

    Evaluating anexpedence

    A discurcive essayp83


    Third conditional Giving it all away

    Determiners: dll, Urban arteoch, every, few,Iittle, etc.

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  • I cavt descrtbe clothu.Fashion

    1 finO fifteen items of clothing in the wordsearch. (-l\ )

    Complete the mind map with words from the box. Add yourown ideas.

    Rewrite the sentences that are incorrect.1 lt 's a yellow smart polo shirt.

    2 They're leather tight trousers.

    3 lt's a baggy flowery top.

    4 They're wool spotty socks.

    5 They're long stripy trousers.

    6 lt's a furry warm fleece.

    4 Complete the compound adiectives with the words in the bq.

    1 -fashioned 5 -sleeve:2 good - 6 brown -3 -going 7 -workirg4 wel[ - 8 bad-Complete the sentences using a compound adiective frorrexercise 4.1 That jacket's not very trendy. lt 's really2 Jack's eyes are brown. He's a boy.3 My parents never get angry - they're really4 My brothe/s quite attractive. He's really5 My uncle's really famous. He's very6 This isn't a long-sleeved shirt. lt 's7 They aren't lazy. They're reatly8 My sister's always angry. She's very

    P G T W D o S M o D C zG o F H S R F C T o PA B L o U S E S F M GH E o Z L E S E B NZ V E D S H o T S A VM W c Y F H T Y H I T N

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    Write the clothes you wearto go out with friends:

    to go to school:


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  • Present tense contrastChoose the correct alternatives.1 The party starts / 's starting at 8.30 p.m.2 We go / 're going dancing tonight.3 He drives i 's driving an elegant black Mercedes to work

    every day.4 Listen! Kim sings / 's s inging in the shower again!5 They get up / 're getting up early every day.6 You always leave / 're always leaving your dirty socks on

    the floor!

    Match the uses ofthe present tenses with the sentences(1-6) in exercise 1.Present simplea For habits and rout inesb For a permanent situation or factc For t imetables and schedules

    Present continuousd For something happening now or about nowe For describing annoying habits (with alwoys)f For arrangements in the future

    3 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs inthe box.

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    1 | a project on global warming.2 They to school in the town centre.3 The new sports shop at 9 a.m. tomorrow.4 We lunch really late on Sundays.5 They always loud music.

    I hate i t !6 She's wi th her f r iends tonight.7 He home at about 7.30 p.m.8 Look! l t

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    Rewrite the sentences correctly.

    1 We're bel ieving in animal r ights.

    2 They're t ik ing eat ing ice cream in the summer.

    3 I'm preferring fish to meat.

    4 He's needing a new coat.

    5 I 'm wanting to have a drink of water.

    5 We're hat ing walk ing to school in the rain.


    I car+ we dffirent presed tewettalk about thz present and fwture.

    Use the words to write questions in the present simple orthe present continuous.

    you/ l ike/dancing?Do vou liKa dancincQshe / want / to go / home now?

    3 what lyou l l is ten to / at the moment?

    4 they / prefer / hard rock or rapT

    5 he I need / a glass of water?

    6 you I enioy / this party?

    7 she I go / home now?

    I this jacket / belong / to you?

    Write sentences to describe1 two thingsyou do every day:

    2 two annoying things people in your family do:

    3 your school's starting and finishing times:

    4 two arrangements you've made for the future:

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  • Stereotypes?I can talk aboLLt

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    According to the text do the Germans, the Americans or theFinns show the following characteristics?1 The l ike their house to look nice.2 The are very welcoming once they know yo-3 The are proud of their country.4 The atways do everything together.5 The are very punctual.5 The are extremely friendly.

    In your opinion, what are the main characteristics of thefollowing?The Japanese:The Germans:The Americans:The British:The Russians:2 Read the text and match the nationalities with the adiectives.

    f r iendlykindpunctuat


    Choose the correct adjectives.1 He's very serious / funny. He tells a lot of jokes.2 She never says'hello'. She's really rude / polite.3 My aunt gives great presents. She's very mean / generous.4 He doesn't say a lot. He's quite quiet / talkative.5 She's never there when I need her. She's verv

    reliable / unreliable.6 My neighbours are always happy.They're very

    cheerful / miserable.7 My brother's atways sleeping. He's really

    lazy / hard-working.8 He's always talking about himsetf. He's very

    modest / arrogant.