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A2+ WORKBOOK ANSWER KEY This page has been downloaded from www.macmillanbeyond.com © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2014. This sheet may be photocopied and used within the class. 1 Starter VOCABULARY 1 Page 4 1 exercise book timetable textbook pencil case keys lunchbox 2 Yes, there is. Yes, there is. No, there isn’t. Yes, there are. No, there isn’t. No, there aren’t. 3 brother mum and dad grandparents aunt cousins 4 a b a a b a a b 5 a items ticked: Sweatshirt, Trousers, Jeans, Shoes, Trainers, Skirt (no tick: Dress, Shirt) 5 b hat, socks, T-shirt, jacket GRAMMAR 1 Page 5 1 am isn’t are aren’t have got hasn’t got 2 B A C 3 ’ve haven’t There’s ’s Have haven’t ’re ’m Have 10 have 11 is 4 ’ve got are ’m ’s ’s got ’ve got are ’s got 5 Sarah has got three sisters. I haven’t got my homework. You haven’t got much time. They’ve got new bicycles. We haven’t got our textbooks. Judy hasn’t got her lunchbox. VOCABULARY 2 Page 6 1 f c b a d e 2a f (full stop) c ? b ? a (full stop) d ? e (full stop) 3 swimming acting do homework cooking read a book play tennis listening to music speak English 4 a c b a c b 5a swimming acting speaking Spanish reading listening to music cooking 5b do homework, play tennis, go to music class GRAMMAR 2 Page 7 1 are is is are are are old What do 10 does 11 you 12 he 13 do 14 do 15 does 16 do 17 does 18 What 19 Why 20 long 2a Where What Who When Why How long 2b e a b f d c 3 reading cooking listening to music swimming listening to music swimming cycling cooking 4 What’s her name? How old is she? Where does she live? Has she got any brothers and/or sisters? What does she do after school on Mondays? What does she like doing (in her free time)? Unit 1 VOCABULARY 1 Page 8 1 television console laptop laptop computer mobile tablet 2 calculator calendar camera compass games mail maps notes videos messages 3 calendar notes mail compass calculator messages camera maps games 10 videos 5 use social networking sites open a web browser chat online log in surf the internet watch videos READING Page 9 1 type adjective compare similar before 2 a, b c, d 3 c 4 C I DS DS DS C 5 N A V A A A A N 6a a b b a a a a b GRAMMAR 1 Page 10 1 They play She They She doesn’t do play he 10 play 11 don’t 12 Does 13 doesn’t 2 routines third before do and does before at the start or the end 3 -s: sends, plays, uses; -es: does, goes, teaches; -ies: flies, studies 4 sends (H) plays (T) studies (R) teaches (R) flies (H) go (R) 5 never hardly ever sometimes often usually almost always always Page 11 6 a b b b a a a a 7 Do you chat online every day? How often does Steve send emails? Does your phone play music? Do you normally play games on a console? 5 How often does your family watch DVDs? 6 Does your laptop have a camera? 8 1 How often do you chat online? I don’t often chat online. 2 How often does she write in her blog? She writes in her blog from time to time. 3 How often do your friends check their emails? My friends regularly check their emails. 4 How often do Leo and Vicky post photos online? Leo and Vicky hardly every post photos online. 5 How often do your parents send you text messages? My parents send me text messages every day. 6 How often does your computer crash? My computer rarely crashes. 9 He doesn’t often send emails. I check my email every day. She studies online in the mornings. How often do you chat online? Do you regularly update your blog? I don’t often have problems with my mobile. They go online from time to time. Do you sometimes talk to friends on your mobile? LISTENING Page 12 1 digital camera mobile phone tablet 2 digital camera: album, menu, pictures, save, screen, view mobile phone: album, file, menu, number, pictures, save, screen, view, watch tablet: album, file, menu, pictures, save, screen, speakers, USB port, view, watch 3 Conversation 1 is about the digital camera. Conversation 2 is about the tablet. Conversation 3 is about the mobile phone. 4 Conversation 1 pictures, view, album Conversation 2 watch, file, speakers, USB port Conversation 3 save, number, menu, number, screen 5 Conversation 1 – Person A (Carrie) doesn’t know how to view the pictures she has just taken. Conversation 2 – Person A (Dan) can’t find the USB port to plug his speakers into his tablet. Conversation 3 – Person A (Anna) can’t remember how to save a new number on her mobile. 6 Conversation 1: Brilliant! Thanks a lot. No worries. Conversation 2: Oh, I see. What’s wrong? Conversation 3: Just a moment. What is it? Thanks. Not in any conversation: Excuse me. What did you say? VOCABULARY 2 Page 13 1 webcam monitor speaker headphones printer screen mouse keyboard 2 mouse webcam keyboard USB port microphone 3 IT log on post blog chat text messages webcam screen invention 10 website Words & Beyond b c a c c a GRAMMAR 2 Page 14 1a a an a 1b mobile, hotel app, umbrella Euro, unit

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VOCABULARY 1Page 41 1 exercise book 2 timetable 3 textbook 4 pencil case 5 keys 6 lunchbox2 1 Yes, there is. 2 Yes, there is. 3 No, there isn’t. 4 Yes, there are. 5 No, there isn’t. 6 No, there aren’t. 3 1 brother 2 mum and dad 3 grandparents 4 aunt 5 cousins4 1 a 2 b 3 a 4 a 5 b 6 a 7 a 8 b 5 a items ticked: Sweatshirt, Trousers, Jeans, Shoes, Trainers, Skirt (no tick: Dress, Shirt)5 b hat, socks, T-shirt, jacket

GRAMMAR 1Page 51 1 am 2 isn’t 3 are 4 aren’t 5 have got 6 hasn’t got2 1 B 2 A 3 C3 1 ’ve 2 haven’t 3 There’s 4 ’s 5 Have 6 haven’t 7 ’re 8 ’m 9 Have 10 have 11 is4 1 ’ve got 2 are 3 ’m 4 ’s 5 ’s got 6 ’ve got 7 are 8 ’s got5 1 Sarah has got three sisters. 2 I haven’t got my homework. 3 You haven’t got much time. 4 They’ve got new bicycles. 5 We haven’t got our textbooks. 6 Judy hasn’t got her lunchbox.

VOCABULARY 2Page 61 1 f 2 c 3 b 4 a 5 d 6 e2a 1 f (full stop) 2 c ? 3 b ? 4 a (full stop) 5 d ? 6 e (full stop)3 1 swimming 2 acting 3 do homework 4 cooking 5 read a book 6 play tennis 7 listening to music 8 speak English 4 1 a 2 c 3 b 4 a 5 c 6 b 5a 1 swimming 2 acting 3 speaking Spanish 4 reading 5 listening to music 6 cooking5b do homework, play tennis, go to music class

GRAMMAR 2Page 71 1 are 2 is 3 is 4 are 5 are 6 are 7 old 8 What 9 do 10 does 11 you 12 he 13 do 14 do 15 does 16 do 17 does 18 What 19 Why 20 long2a 1 Where 2 What 3 Who 4 When 5 Why 6 How long2b 1 e 2 a 3 b 4 f 5 d 6 c3 1 reading 2 cooking 3 listening to music 4 swimming 5 listening to music 6 swimming 7 cycling 8 cooking4 1 What’s her name? 2 How old is she? 3 Where does she live? 4 Has she got any brothers and/or sisters? 5 What does she do after school on Mondays? 6 What does she like doing (in her free time)?

Unit 1

VOCABULARY 1Page 81 1 television 2 console 3 laptop 4 laptop 5 computer 6 mobile 7 tablet2 a calculator b calendar c camera d compass e games f mail g maps h notes i videos j messages3 1 calendar 2 notes 3 mail 4 compass 5 calculator 6 messages 7 camera 8 maps 9 games 10 videos5 1 use social networking sites 2 open a web browser 3 chat online 4 log in 5 surf the internet 6 watch videos

READINGPage 91 1 type 2 adjective 3 compare 4 similar 5 before2 1 a, b 2 c, d3 c4 1 C 2 I 3 DS 4 DS 5 DS 6 C5 1 N 2 A 3 V 4 A 5 A 6 A 7 A 8 N6a 1 a 2 b 3 b 4 a 5 a 6 a 7 a 8 b

GRAMMAR 1Page 101 1 They 2 play 3 She 4 They 5 She 6 doesn’t 7 do 8 play 9 he 10 play 11 don’t 12 Does 13 doesn’t2 1 routines 2 third 3 before 4 do and does 5 before 6 at the start or the end3 -s: sends, plays, uses; -es: does, goes, teaches; -ies: flies, studies4 1 sends (H) 2 plays (T) 3 studies (R) 4 teaches (R) 5 flies (H) 6 go (R)5 1 never 2 hardly ever 3 sometimes 4 often 5 usually 6 almost always 7 always

Page 116 1 a 2 b 3 b 4 b 5 a 6 a 7 a 8 a7 1 Do you chat online every day? 2 How often does Steve send emails? 3 Does your phone play music? 4 Do you normally play games on a console? 5 How often does your family watch DVDs? 6 Does your laptop have a camera?8 1 How often do you chat online? I don’t often chat online. 2 How often does she write in her blog? She writes in her blog from time to time. 3 How often do your friends check their emails? My friends regularly check their emails. 4 How often do Leo and Vicky post photos online? Leo and Vicky hardly every post photos online. 5 How often do your parents send you text messages? My parents send me text messages every day. 6 How often does your computer crash? My computer rarely crashes.

9 1 He doesn’t often send emails. 2 I check my email every day. 3 She studies online in the mornings. 4 How often do you chat online? 5 Do you regularly update your blog? 6 I don’t often have problems with my mobile. 7 They go online from time to time. 8 Do you sometimes talk to friends on your mobile?

LISTENINGPage 121 A digital camera B mobile phone C tablet2 digital camera: album, menu, pictures, save, screen, viewmobile phone: album, file, menu, number, pictures, save, screen, view, watchtablet: album, file, menu, pictures, save, screen, speakers, USB port, view, watch3 Conversation 1 is about the digital camera. Conversation 2 is about the tablet. Conversation 3 is about the mobile phone.4Conversation 1 pictures, view, album

Conversation 2 watch, file, speakers, USB port

Conversation 3 save, number, menu, number, screen

5 Conversation 1 – Person A (Carrie) doesn’t know how to view the pictures she has just taken.Conversation 2 – Person A (Dan) can’t find the USB port to plug his speakers into his tablet.Conversation 3 – Person A (Anna) can’t remember how to save a new number on her mobile.6 Conversation 1: Brilliant! Thanks a lot. No worries.Conversation 2: Oh, I see. What’s wrong?Conversation 3: Just a moment. What is it? Thanks.Not in any conversation: Excuse me. What did you say?

VOCABULARY 2Page 131 1 webcam 2 monitor 3 speaker 4 headphones 5 printer 6 screen 7 mouse 8 keyboard2 1 mouse 2 webcam 3 keyboard 4 USB port 5 microphone3 1 IT 2 log on 3 post 4 blog 5 chat 6 text messages 7 webcam 8 screen 9 invention 10 website

Words & Beyond1 b 2 c 3 a 4 c 5 c 6 a

GRAMMAR 2Page 141a 1 a 2 an 3 a1b 1 mobile, hotel 2 app, umbrella 3 Euro, unit

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GRAMMAR 1Page 221 1 They 2 is 3 doing 4 They 5 sorting 6 is2 1 Are 2 Yes 3 he 4 laying/clearing 5 is 6 No 7 You 8 I am/’m 9 is 10 watching3 1 PS 2 PC 3 PS 4 PC 5 PS 6 PC4 Present simple: I never do my homework … I’m too tired … You’re such a good student … I go to the gym … I’m rarely awake …Present continuous: What are you doing? I’m listening … and surfing the net. Are you doing (your homework)? What are you doing (this evening)? I’m studying (for our chemistry test). Are you going (to the gym today)?

Page 235 1 ’m listening 2 is reading 3 aren’t making 4 ’s riding 5 isn’t playing 6 is playing 6 1 have 2 Do you sometimes help 3 is doing 4 swim 5 is shopping 6 are loading7 1 b 2 a 3 c 4 a 5 c 6 b8 1 want 2 like 3 don’t know 4 don’t understand 5 need 6 hate9 1 are you doing 2 ’m sleeping 3 Do you always wake up 4 I don’t always get up 5 I’m studying 6 Are you reading 7 My brother is 8 He’s making 9 I’m going10 1 What are you doing? 2 When do you normally have breakfast? 3 When do they usually do their homework? 4 What’s he doing now? 5 How often does Jake get up early? 6 Is she sorting the recycling?

LISTENINGPage 241 ice skating, go shopping, play football, ride their bikes, playing the guitar, watching soap operas/television, listen to music, go to the cinema2 1 three 2 no3 1 Anna, Carl, Josh 2 go to the cinema, play the guitar, ice skating 4 1 C 2 I, Carl and Josh don’t know each other/aren’t friends. 3 I, Carl is going to the cinema. 4 I, Josh plays the saxophone. 5 I, Carl’s class finishes at 6.00. 6 C5 1 A 2 A 3 J 4 A 5 C 6 C

VOCABULARY 2Page 251 1 book 2 bike 3 friends 4 cinema 5 television 6 listen. Mystery activity: football.2 play: an instrument, football, tennis. go: ice skating, shopping, to the cinema. read: a book, a magazine, a text message.

LIFE SKILLSSuggested answers:1 Tom’s diary2 Tom’s time isn’t very organised. He isn’t specific about some things (eg: get there ‘early’, leave before 4pm). His diary isn’t in the order he has to do things.

VOCABULARY REVIEW 1Page 181 1 sweatshirt, jeans, trainers 2 shirt, skirt, shoes 3 exercise, pencil case 4  textbook, lunchbox, mobile 5 listening to music, cooking 6 taking photos, learning Spanish 7 sister 8 brother, two cousins2 1 map 2 calculator 3 compass 4 headphones 5 calendar 6 USB 7 keyboard 8 mouse

GRAMMAR REVIEW 1Page 191 1 b 2 a 3 b 4 a 5 a 6 a 7 b 8 b 9 a 10 a2 1 a 2 the 3 a 4 the 5 the 6 The 7 a 8 the 9 the 10 the3 1 surfing, surfs 2 playing, play 3 send, sending 4 buy, buying 5 watching, watches 6 chatting, chat

Unit 2

VOCABULARY 1Page 201a 1 d (bathroom/shower) 2 c (bedroom/bed) 3 b (kitchen/cooker) 4 a (living room/sofa) 5 f (hall/desk) 6 e (dining room/table)2 1 apartment 2 bungalow 3 flat 4 house3 1 clock 2 armchair 3 fridge 4 cupboard 5 television 6 lights. Mystery word: carpet4a 1 is cleaning 2 is making 3 is taking out 4 is hanging out 5 is vacuuming 6 is laying 7 is doing 8 is doing5 1 cooker 2 picture 3 lamp 4 door 5 walk the dog 6 kitchen

READINGPage 211a 1 d 2 c 3 b 4 f 5 a 6 e2 houseboat, family, busy, household jobs, not a lot of space, organised, tidy3 1 b 2 c4a 1 I 2 I 3 C 4 I 5 I 6 C 7 C 8 I4b 1 The Thompsons live on a canal in Amsterdam. 2 There isn’t a lot of space on the boat. 4 Linda is clearing the table. 5 Linda is a family friend. 8 The boys argue about the ironing.5 1 large/small 2 boring/exciting 3 difficult/easy 4 ugly/beautiful 5 similar/different 6 relaxed/busy

2 1 I love computers / Rule b 2 I live in New Zealand. / Rule g 3 My uncle is an artist. / Rule c 4 I use the Internet every day. / Rule e 5 The is the best mobile you can buy. / Rule f 6 We study IT on Thursday. / Rule a 7 I go to school in a big city. The school has 2,000 students. / Rule d3 no article theAprilAustraliaJanuaryMain StreetTuesday

bestinternetmoonNetherlandssunUnited Nations

4 1 a 2 a 3 – 4 the 5 a 6 – 7 an 8 – 9 the 10 a5 1 the 2 the 3 a 4 – 5 – 6 the 7 the 8 an 9 the 10 –

SPEAKINGPage 151 1 reading books 2 taking photos 3 having fun 4 cleaning the floor 5 making calls2 1 do you 2 I think 3 do you 4 know 5 What 6 it’s3 gadget Nick’s opinion Annie’s opinione-reader useful usefulwrist camera expensive creativehouse robot cool uglycomputer pet stupid silly3D phone creative amazing

4 Words with /æ/: calculator, calendar, camera, laptop, maps, tabletWords without /æ/: compass, games, mail, messages

WRITINGPage 161 1 verb 2 subject 3 verb 4 adjective 5 object 6 adverb2 1 virtual, new, old, free, expensive, cheaper 2 never, always, almost never, sometimes, often, usually, hardly ever 3 every day, now and then, from time to time 4 I get (lots of) texts and emails; We share music trips, photos and videos; I buy clothes or CDs3 1 I sometimes visit social networking sites. 2 She hardly ever buys computer games. 3 We often buy clothes online. 4 Elisa usually sends text messages. 5 I play games every weekend.4 1 Ali often texts her friends. She sometimes plays games. She hardly ever chats online.2 Leo never plays games. He hardly ever writes in his blog. He often downloads music.3 Mike sometimes surfs the net. He sometimes checks his favourite social network. He never shares photos.

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2a Water: sea, river, lake, streamLand: beach, island, mountain, coast, countryside, savannah, desert, hillPlants: tree, grass, flower3a 1 beach 2 desert 3 stream 4 countryside 5 savannah 6 ice sheet 7 forest4 1 coast 2 hills 3 trees 4 flowers 5 beach 6 sea

READINGPage 331 1 all 2 start 3 next 4 information.2 b and c3 1 Paragraph 1 2 Paragraph 2 3 Paragraph 4 4 Paragraph 3 5 Paragraph 4 6 Paragraph 44 1 c 2 a 3 b 4 c 5 c 6 b5 1 Kenya 2 TED 3 cattle / cows, lions 4 shed 5 Nairobi National Park 6 motorbike lights / solar panel6 1 didn’t need 2 wasn’t 3 helped 4 stopped 5 didn’t kill 6 saved

GRAMMAR 1Page 341 1 did 2 were 3 did 4 said 5 didn’t 6 were 7 were 8 was 9 were 10 were 11 she 12 didn’t 13 was 14 wasn’t2 Regular verbs: help/helped, like/liked, start/started, stop/stopped, study/studied, travel/travelledIrregular verbs: be/was, go/went, come/came, do/did, teach/taught, win/won3 1 a 2 a 3 b 4 b4 1 What did you do yesterday evening? 2 How did they feel after the exam? 3 Why did Sarah leave the party – before 11.00pm? 4 Where did she grow up? In London? 5 Why didn’t you ask Tom to come to the party? I thought he was your friend. 6 Why didn’t you come? You missed all the fun.

Page 355 1 did 2 started 3 cleaned 4 won 5 spoke 6 made6 1 Did, win 2 did 3 didn’t expect 4 was 5 started 6 gave 7 explained 8 Were 9 wrote 10 Did, make 11 didn’t reply 12 stopped7 1 They started the project last year. 2 They saw a film about Thailand before they left. 3 She decided to start a campaign. 4 We didn’t know about the wildlife problems there. 5 What did they discover about the environment? 6 They weren’t nervous about their talk. 7 Did you travel to the US? 8 Did you give a presentation to another school?8a 1 What did Richard invent? 2 What was the problem? 3 Was he successful? 4 How did he save the lions? 5 Did he save the cattle?

LIFE SKILLSSuggested answers:1 These aren’t good solutions because both boys have other things that they are unhappy about.2 1 The Metallic Three concert. 2 Dave is unhappy because Sam also has three of his CDs and a record. He’s also unhappy because Sam gets more pocket money than him. 3 Sam is unhappy because Dave never says when he can pay him back.3 Dave could tell Sam that he can pay back the money next month. He could offer to buy him a juice more often after swimming. Sam could remember to give back the CDs and records that he borrows from Dave.

VOCABULARY REVIEW 1 & 2Page 301 1 h 2 g 3 e 4 f 5 a 6 b 7 d 8 c2 1 brothers 2 swimming 3 mp3 player 4 headphones 5 laying 6 plays 7 clean 8 cook 9 ironing 10 wardrobe3 Watch: a film, television. Play: basketball, tennis. Read: a book, a magazine. Use: a computer, a mouse, a printer. 4 1 off 2 out 3 off 4 on 5 out 6 out

GRAMMAR REVIEW 1 & 2Page 311 1 How often do you write emails? I sometimes write emails. 2 How often does he update his blog? He updates his blog from time to time. 3 How often does your mum send text messages? She doesn’t regularly send text messages. 4 How often do Tamsin and Raul download apps? They always download apps. 5 How often does she use her laptop for homework? She hardly ever uses her laptop for homework.2 1 starts 2 are listening 3 are talking 4 play 5 ’s playing 6 are reading 7 are studying 8 don’t like3 1 c 2 d 3 c 4 b 5 b 6 d 7 d 8 b4 1 are you doing 2 tidy 3 vacuum 4 don’t / do 5 ’m meeting 6 ’re going 7 are shopping 8 are you doing 9 is taking 10 ’m calling5 1 Paco hardly ever goes to the cinema. 2 Maria’s doing the ironing now. 3 Mum’s making pizza for lunch today. 4 I make my bed every morning. 5 My dad’s flying to New York on Friday night. 6 This evening I’m doing my homework and studying for my exams.

Unit 3

VOCABULARY 1Page 321 1 mountain 2 river 3 lake 4 coast 5 island 6 sea

3 1 the piano 2 football 3 text message 4 shopping 5 book 6 to the cinema

Words & Beyond1 remote control 2 argue 3 soap opera 4 mess 5 revise 6 feed

GRAMMAR 2Page 261 1 now 2 this evening2 1 I’m going 2 ’m not going 3 is leaving 4 ’m going to 5 is starting 6 ’re meeting3 1 FA 2 FA 3 N 4 FA 5 FA 6 N4 1 are you doing 2 ’m meeting 3 ’m going 4 ’re going 5 ’s coming5 1 C 2 I, Robert’s meeting some friends. 3 I, It’s Marta’s birthday tomorrow. 4 C 5 I, Tony is going shopping tomorrow evening. 6 I, Robert is going shopping with Mary.6 1 She isn’t going swimming on Tuesday. She’s playing tennis. 2 She isn’t going to the cinema with her mum on Thursday. She’s going to the cinema with Marcos. 3 She isn’t studying for her maths exam on Friday. She’s studying on Monday. 4 She isn’t going ice skating on Tuesday. She’s going on Friday. 5 She isn’t helping her mum on Monday. She’s helping her mum on Wednesday. 6 She isn’t playing tennis with her mum on Tuesday. She’s playing tennis with Jo. 7a 1 Tomorrow 2 Next week 3 this evening 4 Next year 5 This weekend 6 tonight

SPEAKINGPage 271 1 speak 2 on 3 repeat 4 How 5 again 6 it’s 7 from 8 message2 1, 3, 2, 5, 7, 6, 4, 8, 10, 93 1 Can I speak to Tony, please? I’m sorry …, Yes, of course … Can I leave … Thanks a lot. 2 Tony isn’t here at the moment. 3 How do you spell that?4 1 c 2 a 3 e 4 f 5 b 6 d5 knee, knife, know, castle, sandwich, wrong, sign, listen, autumn, interesting, half, Wednesday

WRITINGPage 281 1 and 2 too 3 also 4 and 5 also 6 too2 1 also 2 too 3 and 4 too 5 also 6 and3 1 and 2 too 3 and 4 too 5 also 6 too4 1 James is doing the washing-up. He’s also doing the ironing. 2 We study maths. We study French too. 3 I’m tired and hungry. 4 Alison plays the piano. She also plays the violin. 5 They’re going to the cinema. They’re going to the museum too. 6 It’s dark and cold.5 Where are you going? I’m going shopping.

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birds insects reptiles otherowl ant crocodile fishparrot bee turtle frogpenguin snake dolphin

bear

GRAMMAR REVIEW 1–3Page 431 1 was watching, phoned 2 was eating, saw 3 was hiking, took 4 was swimming, heard 5 were, found 6 was sitting, came2 1 a 2 b 3 a 4 b 5 b 6 a 7 b 8 b 9 b 10 a 11 a 12 b 13 b 14 a3 1 do you do 2 are you going 3 going fishing 4 get home 5 is she doing 6 going shopping

Unit 4

VOCABULARY 1Page 441 a Vegetables: onion, potato, carrot, (tomato). Drinks: mineral water, tea, juice, milk, coffee. Fruit: lemon, banana, apple, (tomato). Other: bread, chicken.2 1 knife 2 bowl 3 frying pan 4 saucepan 5 chopping board 3 1 e 2 a 3 d 4 c 5 b4 1 Beat 2 chop 3 Heat 4 Fry 5 stir 6 pour5 1 steak 2 cheese 3 pasta 4 sandwiches 5 butter 6 chips 7 ice cream 8 chocolate 9 salad 10 oranges 11 grapes

READINGPage 45 1 No, he isn’t a good cook. He says he’s not sure about cooking. 2 a3 1 Decide 2 Read 3 Find, read4 1 Time 2 Ingredients 3 Things you need 4 Method 5 Notes5 1 b 2 c 3 c 4 b 5 a 6 b

GRAMMAR 1Page 46 1 1 some 2 a few 3 a lot of 4 many 5 any 6 a little 7 any 8 much 9 much 10 a little2 1 countable 2 uncountable 3 countable and uncountable 4 countable and uncountable3a Countable: banana, egg, lemon, potato, sandwich, vegetable; Uncountable: cheese; cola, juice, milk, oil, pasta, rice, tea4 Zero: noA small amount: a few, a little, not many, not muchNot a big or small amount: someA big amount: a lot of, many, much 5 1 There’s 2 There’s 3 Are 4 don’t have 5 Is 6 There isn’t

SPEAKINGPage 391a Start a School Recycling Campaign. Raise money for your local animal shelter. Persuade everyone to go ‘veggie’ once a week. Have a No Plastic Bottle Day.1b They choose ‘once-a-week veggie day’.2 Making suggestions: What shall we do … ? What could we … ? We could … Let’s … Why don’t we … ? How about … ?React to suggestions: That’s a bit serious. That’s not very exciting. That’s a nice idea.3 1 d 2 e 3 c 4 f 5 b 6 a4a 6, 2, 4, 5, 1, 35 1 walked 2 taught 3 thought 4 saw

WRITINGPage 401 Suggested answers: 1 The dog jumped into the lake. 2 The dog was barking. 3 A dog was chasing a rabbit. 4 The dog rescued the rabbit.2a 1 Then 2 later 3 yesterday 4 later 5 Then 6 AfterCorrect order: b, c, d, a3 1 c 2 a 3 e 4 d 5 b4 1 did 2 did 3 Did 4 didn’t 5 wasn’t 6 Was5 1 Last night 2 during the night 3 at first 4 Then 5 At first 6 Later

LIFE SKILLS1 to organise ideas for a new project2 Start with a main word or idea.✓ Draw lines from the words and pictures.✗ Write one or two key words on each line.✗ Use CAPITAL LETTERS for important words.✗ Group similar information in boxes.3 Chess club: Low cost; Small room needed only; Not popular; ?: Length of each sessionDance club: Very popular; Big hall; Need a teacher; Need to charge; What day? What kind of dance?

VOCABULARY REVIEW 1–3Page 421 1 map, it’s not an electronic device. 2  mobile, it’s not part of a computer. 3 kettle, it’s an appliance, not an item of furniture. 4 bed, it’s an item of furniture, not an appliance. 5 shopping, it’s not a sport. 6 bear, it’s not landscape. 7 mountain, it’s not an animal. 8 cousin, the others are all male men. 9 ant, it’s an insect, not a reptile. 10 house key, the others are things you have in the classroom.2 1 b 2 b 3 a 4 a 5 b 6 b 7 c 8 c 9 b 10 a3

8b 1 He invented lights that flashed on and off. 2 The lions killed the cows and the farmers killed the lions. 3 Yes, he was. 4 He protected the cows from the lions. 5 He made lights that flashed on and off around the cattle shed. Lions are afraid of moving lights.

LISTENINGPage 361 1 important 2 symbols 3 great 4 horrible 5 spelling2a 1 Big bear! Scared . 2 Saw 5 elephants 3 She hates snakes – bad experience on holiday 2b a savannah b forest, river c desert3 1  When: last month. Where: Kenya. Animal: elephants. What did the animals do? b (Elephants came into the garden behind the hotel.) 2  When: last summer. Where: Canada. Animal: grizzly bear. What did the animals do? (a) (A bear took his camera while they were camping.)3 When: this winter. Where: Florida, US. Animal: snake. What did the animal do? c (A snake came into the kitchen.)4 Conversation 1: 1 five, 2 60/70 years. Conversation 2: 3 fruit, meat, fish, anything 4 They sleep a lot. Conversation 3: 5 150,000 6 There are no animals that eat snakes in Florida.

VOCABULARY 2Page 371 1 owl (b) 2 dolphin (f) 3 ant (a) 4 snake (c) 5 parrot (d) 6 penguin (e)2 1 b 2 b 3 b 4 a 5 c 6 c3 1 owl (b, e) 2 spider (c) 3 bee (d, e) 4 bear (b) 5 turtle (a, f) 6 crocodile (a, b, f)

Words & Beyond1 campaign 2 plant 3 make 4 pick up 5 take part 6 reach

GRAMMAR 2Page 381 1 were 2 wasn’t 3 were 4 was 5 was 6 was 7 were 8 wasn’t2 playing, getting, visiting, stopping, travelling, sleeping, writing, swimming3 1 a 2 b 3 b4 1 were you all doing 2 I was waiting 3 Sharon wasn’t riding 4 Sam and Andy were swimming 5 Were they visiting 6 We weren’t talking5 1 Was Robbie riding; he wasn’t; He was playing; I phoned 2 We saw; were you going; We were taking 3 were you doing; Were you sleeping; I wasn’t; Cara and I were making6 1 took 2 were climbing 3 heard 4 were putting 5 didn’t know 6 was following 7 turned 8 saw 9 was waiting 10 shouted 11 ran

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3 Countable: ant, calculator, desert, hall, hill, printer, trainers; Uncountable: butter, flour, furniture, grass, milk, rubbish

GRAMMAR REVIEW 1–4Page 551 1 a 2 some 3 a few 4 a 5 a lot of 6 – 7 a 8 some 9 much2 1 was walking 2 saw 3 were passing 4 called 5 wasn’t 6 was sitting 7 think 8 was3 1 we 2 everyone 3 you 4 everywhere 5 someone/somebody 6 anybody/anyone 7 anything 4 1 What are you reading? 2 How long is the class? 3 Are there any eggs in the fridge? 4 Do you eat much/a lot of fruit? 5 How often/When do you play football? 6 Where did you go last summer? / When did you go to Greece?5 1 I hardly ever go to the cinema. 2 Maggie is doing her homework in her room. 3 How often do you make your bed? 4 Did you go to the coffee shop yesterday? 5 They were driving to the shops when a car crashed into them. 6 They didn’t go to the cinema last week.

Unit 5

VOCABULARY 1Page 561 1 d 2 c 3 b 4 a2 1 kind 2 creative 3 brave 4 generous 5 emotional 6 clever3 1 confident 2 brave 3 creative 4 ambitious 5 clever 6 competitive 4a 1 a rude 1 b generous 2 a emotional 2 b calm 3 a competitive 3 b cheerful 4 a kind 4 b polite 5 a friendly 5 b shy 6 a funny 6 b serious

READINGPage 571 a triangle b circle c rectangle d squiggle e  square2 1 c 2 b 3 b 4 c3 1 circle 2 square 3 squiggle 4 rectangle 5 triangle4 1 in a good mood 2 worried 3 on time 4 harmony 5 details 6 loves to get attention5 1 calm 2 shy 3 ambitious 4 emotional 5 friendly

GRAMMAR 1Page 58 1 1 at 2 is/’s 3 singing 4 is/’s 5 dancing 6 are/’re 7 running 8 about 9 Are 10 in 11 reading 12 of 13 about 14 are2 1 -ing 2 a noun 3 double 4 remove 5 Never3 1 drawing 2 telling 3 reading 4 swimming 5 writing 6 taking 7 creating 8 using 9 running 10 cooking

GRAMMAR 2Page 50 1 1 somebody 2 somewhere 3 anyone 4 anywhere 5 everybody 6 everyone 7 everything 8 nobody 9 no one 10 nowhere2 1 don’t refer 2 positive 3 negative 4 singular3 1 No one 2 anything 3 anywhere 4 Somebody 5 nothing 6 anybody4 1 everybody/everyone 2 anything 3 everywhere 4 nothing 5 Everybody 6 something 7 somebody/someone 8 nobody/no one 9 everybody/everyone5a 1 everybody/everyone 2 something 3 anybody/anyone 4 everywhere 5 everybody/everyone 6 something

SPEAKINGPage 51 1 1 b 2 c 3 a 4 e 5 d1b please, would you like, thanks, I’d like2 i 2c ii 4e iii 5d iv 3a v 1b3 1 Pizza Palace 2 Ipanema 3 (Chef’s) salad 4 free 5 allergic 6 repeat4 1 b 2 b 3 b 4 a 5 a 6 b5 1 Can I help 2 I’d like 3 Can I have 4 Would you like 5 Do you have 6 I’d rather 7 please 8 Sorry 9 Could you say 10 Thank you6 1 a bottle of milk 2 a packet of pasta 3 a carton of milk 4 a box of chocolates 5 a loaf of bread

WRITINGPage 521 4, 3, 1, 22 1 c 2 a 3 b3 First, Next, Then, After that, Finally4 1 First, boil the water. 2 Next, put a tea bag in a cup. 3 After that, pour boiling water onto the tea bag. 4 Then take out the tea bag. 5 Next, add some milk. 6 Finally, stir in some sugar.

LIFE SKILLS1 He is organising who is sharing rooms in a hostel.2 a 3 b 1 c 4 d 2 e 53 Suggested answers: Room 1 Sol and Luke; Room 2 Adam, Ian and Rav; Room 3 Mica4 He could ask the hotel for a room on the ground floor for Luke and a quiet room for Mica.

VOCABULARY REVIEW 1–4Page 541 Free time activities: go shopping, go swimming, listen to music, meet friends, play the piano, read a book, ride a bike Household jobs: clear the table, cook dinner, lay the table, load the dishwasher, take out the rubbish, sort the recycling, walk the dog 2 bee, key, loaf, milk, snake, radio, island, banana, brother, monitor

Page 47 6 1 some 2 some 3 a lot of 4 some 5 not many 6 some7 1 an 2 a few 3 not much 4 a little 5 a few 6 a little 8 1 We don’t eat many vegetables. 2 There aren’t many good restaurants near here. 3 I haven’t got many friends at this school. 4 We haven’t got much cheese. 5 We don’t have much homework tonight. 6 I don’t have much time to cook in the evenings.9 1 are 2 few 3 little 4 no 5 any 6 few10 1 Is there any bread? There’s a little bread. 2 Is there any cheese? There isn’t much cheese. 3 Are there any apples? There are a few apples. 4 Are there any eggs? There are a few eggs. 5 Is there a little tea? There’s some tea. 6 Are there any grapes? There aren’t many grapes.

LISTENINGPage 48 1 b2 Facts: 4 (Martin Ramsey is very interested in the environment … He’s building his new home from recycled … His bedroom and bathroom walls are made from … His kitchen furniture is made from …)Opinions: 3 (He thinks people don’t recycle enough … Some of his neighbours think it’s unhealthy … in my opinion, recycled homes are a good idea)3 50 75 1,000 25,0004 1  2 2 50 3 75 4 1,000 5 5,0005a 1 F 2 O 3 F 4 F6 possible ‘good ideas’ – 3, 4

VOCABULARY 2Page 49 1 Rebecca: 1 soup 2 orange juice 3 chocolates 4 meat 5 eggs 6 oilEthan: a bread b water c pasta d jam e ice cream f cheese2 Vegetarian: Ethan. Allergic to dairy: Rebecca3a 1 a bottle of water 2 a piece of meat 3 a carton of milk 4 a jar of jam 5 a box of chocolates 6 a loaf of bread 7 a can of cola 8 a packet of pasta 4 1 box of eggs 2 packets of butter 3 tins of soup 4 loaf of bread 5 bottle of oil 6 packet of rice

Words & Beyond1  chicken – It’s the only meat.2 coffee – It’s the only one that doesn’t contain dairy.3 cola – The others are used for making cakes.4 milk – The others are used for seasoning food / adding flavour.5 jam – The others are fruit.6 eat – The others are verbs connected to recycling.

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VOCABULARY REVIEW 1–5Page 661 1 France 2 England 3 French 4 shy 5 Spanish 6 kind 7 brave 8 creative 9 ambitious 2 Across: 3 chopping board 4 Arabic 5 mouse 6 dairy 8 serious 10 bottle 11 listen; Down: 1 reptile 2 countryside 7 laptop 9 kitchen3 1 play – The other verbs are connected with cooking. 2 rude – The other personality adjectives are positive. 3 Brazilian – It is a nationality; the other words are countries. 4 stream – It is the only one connected with water. 5 bookshelf – The others can be found on a mobile phone. 6 app store – The others are parts of a computer.

GRAMMAR REVIEW 1–5Page 671 1 playing 2 play 3 solving 4 I’ll 5 at 6 often 7 the 8 anything 9 made 10 going to2 1 solving 2 helps 3 computers 4 computer games 5 online 6 learning 7 in 8 dad 9 at 10 history 11 at 12 in 13 reading 14 project3 1 c 2 b 3 a 4 b 5 a 6 a 7 b 8 a 9 b 10 c 11 a 12 b 13 c 14 a4 1 Is Sally doing her homework right now? 2 We had a party last weekend. 3 Does Tom usually get up at 6am? 4 Our class is visiting the zoo today. 5 I hope you’ll win the competition! 6 Viktor and David didn’t watch the football match yesterday.5 1 What are you doing right now? 2 I don’t know the answer. 3 I was watching TV when I heard a strange noise. 4 On Saturdays, I usually play tennis. 5 I started school when I was five. 6 When I was buying lunch, I saw my friend Eva.

Unit 6

VOCABULARY 1page 68 1 1 toe 2 knee 3 neck 4 throat 5 heart 6 chest2a 1 foot 2 ankle 3 leg 4 thumb 5 stomach 6 arm 7 heart 8 shoulder 3 1 b 2 f 3 d 4 c 5 e 6 a4 1 eyes 2 fingers 3 nose 4 teeth 5 legs 6 toes5 head: eye, ear, mouth; leg: ankle, foot, knee ; body: back, chest, shoulder

READINGpage 69 1 1 chess 2 brain training 3 exercise 4 crossword 5 Sudoku2 Sarah: brain training games, Sudoku, chess. Tim: crosswords, brain training games, exercise. Rob: crosswords, Sudoku, chess.3 1 groups 2 words 3 individual 4 Don’t5 stop 6 word 7 page 8 speed

3 1 are you going to do 2 probably won’t go 3 are going to cook 4 ’re going to visit 5 They’ll probably come 6 definitely won’t play4 1 are you 2 might 3 I’ll 4 going to 5 probably won’t 6 you’ll 7 hope5a 1 I’m definitely going to learn to drive. 2 We might visit Italy next year. 3 We’ll probably learn Italian next year. 4 They probably won’t win the competition. 5 Suzanna may/might study science. 6 I’m definitely going to study harder.

SPEAKINGPage 631 Conversation 1: 3, 5, 1, 2, 4 Conversation 2: 3, 5, 1, 2, 42 1 I’ll lend it to you! Thanks a lot! 2 Shall I practise with you? That’s really kind of you.3 a 1 Shall I help, would be 2 I’ll show, That’s 3 I can explain, you 4 I can show, That4

Arabic Brazilian Japanese SwedishMexican Italian Portuguese Spanish

PolishRussian

WRITINGPage 641 because, because, so, so2 1 b 2 a 3 a 4 b4 1 Because she sometimes feels shy and lonely. 2 So that she’ll feel more positive. 3 Because she’s going to have an interesting career in art and design. 4 So that she can visit lots of countries. 5 Because she’ll be good at communicating with other people. 6 Because she’s going to be successful.

LIFE SKILLSSuggested answers:1 helping people, outgoing, good at sports and other activities, patient, kind and energetic, able to speak English2 (✗) bad at spelling and writing in English, no experience of working with children, can’t drive, never been abroad, don’t like sitting around for long periods, not very good at crafts, can’t cook3 I’m very good at speaking English; I have experience of looking after my two little brothers; I am good at riding a bike, so could take the children on bike trips; I am very interested in travelling abroad; I am very energetic and love doing physical activities; I am good at making campfires and cooking food on barbecues4 good at speaking English (S); have two little brothers (F); have to use my bike (H); always on time (S); prefer physical activities like soccer (H); can make a fire (C); love barbecues (H)

4 1 about 2 in 3 in 4 of 5 at 6 at 7 at 8 at 9 about 10 with5 1 ... about Alison’s marks 2 ... at talking 3 ... in maths 4 at reading and writing 5 ... about her history project 6 with revising for tests

Page 596 1 good 2 bored 3 tired 4 worried 5 worried 6 scared 7 excited 8 interested7 1 Tired 2 Good 3 Worried 4 Interested 5 Bored 6 Scared8 1 at cooking, International cooking 2 of failing, Study group 3 about creating, Web design group 4 of playing, Music group 5 in designing, Apps and games club 6 about singing, Singing club9 1 She’s terrible at singing. 2 He’s good at playing the guitar. 3 She’s interested in taking pictures. 4 She’s bored with doing homework. 5 I’m excited about starting my new school. 6 She’s scared of playing ice hockey10a 1 We aren’t so good at painting. 2 Are you excited about the party? 3 They’re worried about changing schools. 4 What is Zhang interested in? 5 I’m scared of snakes. 6 My brother isn’t bad at swimming.

LISTENINGPage 602a 1 Germany 2 London 3 Australia 4 the USA2b 1 c 2 d 3 a 4 b3 1 India 2 Lebanon 3 Poland 4 Switzerland 4 1 I, Germany is really my home now. 2 C 3 I, Soraya wants to go back to Lebanon. 4 I, He really likes it in Australia. 5 C 6 I, Angie likes her home because she’s with her boyfriend.

VOCABULARY 2Page 611 1 C 2 B 3 B 4 A 5 B 6 B 7 B 8 C 2 Brazilian, Portuguese, Italian, Spanish3 Brazilian, Chinese, Egyptian, Italian, Mexican, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Vietnamese4 1 Brazilian/Brazil 2 Chinese/China 3 Egyptian/Egypt 4 Italian/Italy 5 Mexican/Mexico 6 Polish/Poland 7 Russian/Russia 8 Spanish/Spain 9 Swedish/Sweden 10 Vietnamese/Vietnam

Words & Beyond1 doodles 2 patterns 3 shape 4 square 5 triangles 6 circle 7 arrows 8 stars

GRAMMAR 2Page 621 1 am (’m) 2 is (’s) 3 (’m not) 4 I’m not 5 Are 6 he/she is2 1 a 2 a 3 a 4 a 5 b 6 b

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3 1 hit you or push you 2 call you names 3 mobile phones, tablets, computers 4 telling lies about someone, posting photos of someone without permission, making cruel comments about someone on a forum 5 talk to a friend, parent or teacher; get advice from books, websites and forums; (if very serious) contact the police 4 Suggested answers: 1 I’m worried about a lot of things, such as exams and arguing with my best friend. 2 If you’ve got a cold, there are many things you can do to help, like drinking water and resting. 3 You should eat healthy food such as salad, fruit and vegetables. 4  There are lots of things I want for my birthday. For example, I want a phone and a football. 5 My dad cooks some great meals, like Spanish omelette and lemon chicken. 6 You can easily injure parts of your body when you play football, such as your knee or your ankle.

LIFE SKILLS1 1 ✗ 2 ✗ 3 ✗ 4 ✓ 5 ✓2 2, 1, 3, 5, 4

VOCABULARY REVIEW 1–6Page 781 Clothes: 1 jeans 2 shirt 3 hat 4 shoesBody parts: 1 chest 2 feet 3 legs 4 head2

1 s c a r e d

2 s h y

3 f r i e n d l y

4 p a t i e n t

5 s e r i o u s

6 c o n f i d e n t

7 r u d e

8 p o l i t e

3 1 a 2 b 3 b 4 b 5 c 6 a 4 1 Portuguese 2 stream 3 beach 4 vegetarian 5 farm 6 penguins 7 bungalow 8 hill

GRAMMAR REVIEW 1–6Page 791 1 playing 2 taking 3 read 4 send 5 meeting 6 go 7 studying 8 train2 1 was standing 2 was waiting 3 was having 4 came 5 said 6 didn’t do 7 arrived 8 went 3 1 smoke 2 will not go / won’t go 3 doesn’t pass 4 gets 5 switch off 6 probably won’t be4 1 anything 2 much 3 something 4 nobody 5 a few 6 anybody5 1 ’m giving 2 speaking 3 ’ll be 4 should 5 look 6 going to practise

Words & Beyond1 a temperature 2 a runny nose 3 a sore throat 4 a headache 5 a cough 6 a stomach ache

Words & Beyond1 burned 2 bones 3 yourself 4 fun run 5 sun cream 6 red flag

GRAMMAR 2Page 74 1 1 finishes 2 ’ll 3 don’t 4 ’ll 5 eat 6 rains2 1 future 2 result3 1 (f) If we don’t find a taxi soon, we will miss our plane. 2 (b) If it starts raining, we won’t need to water the plants. 3 (a) If it is hot, we’ll open the windows. 4 (e) If you don’t come to visit me later today, I’ll send you a text message tomorrow. 5 (c) If you don’t go to bed early, you’ll be tired. 6 (d) If you finish the race, they’ll give €5 to charity. 4 1 don’t study, probably won’t get 2 don’t stretch, hurt 3 stay, ’ll probably feel 4 passes, ’ll definitely be 5 doesn’t finish, will probably give 6 doesn’t train, probably won’t get5a 1 What will you do if it rains? 2 What will you study if you go to university? 3 Where will they go if they go on holiday? 4 What will he do if his tooth still hurts tomorrow? 5 How much will you give if she finishes the run? 6 Who will you meet if you go out tonight?

SPEAKINGPage 75 1 b and c2a 1 ’ve got 2 hurts 3 sore throat 4 What 5 should I 6 should probably3 8, 5, 3, 4, 6, 2, 7, 14a 1 b 2 b 3 a 4 a 5 a 6 b4b Suggested answers: I don’t think you should go to school. You should rest and drink a lot of water. I’m afraid you shouldn’t play volleyball. Perhaps you can take an aspirin and rest. 5 1 I think you should go home and rest. 2 Should I go back to bed? 3 First you should take an aspirin. 4 I’ve got a stomach ache and a sore throat. 5 I’m afraid I feel terrible! 6 If you take some medicine, you’ll feel better.

WRITINGPage 761a c2 For example, they might hit or push you. It also means someone who does unkind things such as calling you names. These days there’s a new kind of bully who uses devices like mobile phones … For example, telling lies about someone … For example, first you should talk to a friend …

4a Chess Crosswords Brain

training games

Sudoku

Sarah ✗ ? ✓ ✓Tim ? ✗ ✗ ? Rob ✓ ✓ ? ✓

5 1 Sarah 2 Tim, Sarah 3 Sarah 4 Rob 5 Tim 6 Rob

GRAMMAR 1Page 701 1 use 2 become 3 eat 4 get 5 want 6 take 7 do 8 smoke 9 should 10 shouldn’t2 1 true 2 should 3 shouldn’t 4 result3 1 f 2 e 3 a 4 d 5 b 6 c4 1 should 2 should 3 shouldn’t 4 shouldn’t 5 should 6 should

Page 715 1 You should leave your car here. 2 You shouldn’t smoke. 3 You shouldn’t use mobile phones. 4 You should throw rubbish here. 5 You shouldn’t walk on the grass. 6 You shouldn’t swim.6 1 If you’re allergic to flour, you shouldn’t eat bread. 2 If you don’t understand something, you should say ‘pardon’. 3 If I meet him in the street, I always say ‘hello’. 4 If the weather is good, we cycle to school. 5 If you have a fever, you shouldn’t play basketball. 6 If there’s a red flag on the beach, you shouldn’t swim. 7 If he doesn’t have any homework in the evenings, he watches TV. 8 Her mum gets very worried if she gets home late.7 1 break, takes 2 mix, make 3 boil, gets 4 don’t switch off, waste 5 rains, don’t need 6 need, go8a 1 If you want to get better grades, you should study more. 2 If there’s a storm, you shouldn’t stand under a tree. 3 If you want to stay healthy, you should do exercise. 4 If there’s a fire in the building, you shouldn’t use the lift. 5 If it’s sunny, you should always use sun cream. 6 If you have a fever, you shouldn’t go to school.

LISTENINGPage 721 d 2 e 3 a 4 b 5 c2 1 imperatives 2 sequencers 3 adverbs3 1 I 2 C 3 C 4 C 5 I 6 C4 1 stand, stretch 2 Point 3 look 4 slowly 5 touch 6 Finally

VOCABULARY 2Page 73 1 Across: 2 Look up 3 Stand up 5 Turn 6 relax Down: 1 Hold 3 stretch 4 Pull 5 Touch2 1 stretch 2 look up 3 look down 4 sit down 5 stand up 6 touch 7 point

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4a 2c, 3a, 1a, 2b, 2a, 1b, 3c, 3b, 1c1a I’m sorry I was late for class this morning.1b That’s all right. What happened? Did you oversleep?1c Yes, I did.2a Sorry I didn’t phone you yesterday. I completely forgot.2b Really? I was waiting for you ...2c I won’t do it again I promise.3a I’m really sorry about you mobile!3b What do you mean? Have you lost it?3c Well ... I left it on the bus.5 1 st – start 2 fr – free 3 tr – travel 4 sp – special 5 kw – qualification

WRITINGPage 881 Start: It’s great to hear from you. Hi Lucy! Sorry I haven’t written for a while. Thanks for your email. It’s great to hear from you. How are you?Finish: See you soon! Sorry, I must go now. Write soon! PS Please send me a picture. I want to hear all your news.2 13, 1, 2, 4, 6, 5, 7, 9, 11, 14, 3, 10, 8, 12

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Hi Lucas,How are you? Sorry, I haven’t written for a while. I’ve been busy with my new Saturday job. I’ve got a job as an assistant in a pet shop! I help to feed the fish, birds and other animals. That’s not all. It was my birthday last week, and guess what? My parents gave me a new bike for my present! I’m sending you a picture of me riding my bike.Sorry, I must go now. I have to help my mum in the kitchen in a minute.

Write soon! I want to read all your news.JamiePS My sister says hello!

LIFE SKILLS1 a host familySuggested answers:2 1 the time they have dinner; the time they go to bed and get up; the time they have breakfast; people talk a lot at meal times; shops aren’t open in the afternoon but are open at night; people have a sleep in the afternoon; they drink coffee in the late afternoon; people are used to waiting for buses 2 The food is quite similar. 3 They could have dinner a little earlier so that she can go to bed earlier. They could have breakfast a little later. They could ask her if she would like a snack between breakfast and lunch.

8 1 I don’t have to wear a uniform. 2 I have to speak English. 3 We had to take a test. 4 We didn’t have to study music. 5 We had to work on a ship. 6 Did you have to work in dangerous places? 7 What did you have to do? 8 What time did you have to start?

LISTENINGPage 841 1 advice 2 imperatives 3 shouldn’t 4 emphasises2 a3 My advice is … You shouldn’t …4 1 teens 2 business 3 14 4 5,000 5 videos 6 university 7 travel 8 meet (up)

VOCABULARY 2Page 851 1 h 2 f 3 c 4 d 5 a 6 g 7 e 8 b2 1 exams 2 term 3 university 4 course 5 part-time 6 company 7 full-time 8 career3 1 part-time 2 Careers 3 course 4 exams 5 business4 1 career 2 part-time 3 qualifications 4 business 5 full-time 6 term

Words & Beyond1 achieve 2 develop 3 equipment 4 designs 5 support 6 successful

GRAMMAR 2Page 861 1 have 2 has 3 haven’t 4 hasn’t 5 Have 6 have 7 Has 8 hasn’t 9 have 10 has 2 1 a 2 b 3 b 4 a3 1 been 2 spoken 3 told 4 give 5 written 6 make 7 taught 8 win4 1 ’s done 2 ’s/has started 3 have visited 4 ’s/has raised 5 has she done 6 have supported 7 ’ve/have given 8 hasn’t been 9 ’ve/have made5 1 Julia has designed a new app. 2 We have bought a new computer game. 3 They have gone to a conference. 4 She hasn’t written an article before. 5 You haven’t given me your number. 6 They haven’t done this job before.6 1 What have you done? 2 Who has helped you? 3 How many people have bought it? 4 What have they said about it? 5 Have you designed anything else?

SPEAKINGPage 871 a 1 I missed the bus! 2 um ... my fish ate your book. 3 I forgot. 4 I’m saving paper.2 1 Conversation 2, refused 2 Conversation 1, accepted 3 Conversation 3, refused3 1 d 2 b 3 a 4 e 5 c

Unit 7

VOCABULARY 1Page 801 1 mechanic 2 hairdresser 3 cleaner 4 artist 5 pilot 6 engineer 7 journalist 8 doctor 9 teacher2 1 cleaner 2 driver 3 trainer 4 farmer 5 waiter3 1 farmer 2 hairdresser 3 pilot 4 teacher 5 doctor 6 waiter4a 1 secretary 2 fitness trainer 3 nurse 4 engineer 5 travel agent 6 cook 7 receptionist 8 journalist

READINGPage 811 Zara a Pascale b2 1 paragraph 2 first 3 topic 4 words 5 quickly3 Paragraph 1: b Paragraph 2: a Paragraph 3: b Paragraph 4: b Paragraph 5: a Paragraph 6: a Paragraph 7: b Paragraph 8: a 4 Paragraph 1: 2 Paragraph 2: 4 Paragraph 3: 4 Paragraph 4: 1 Paragraph 5: 1 Paragraph 6: 3 Paragraph 7: 3 Paragraph 8: 25 1 a 2 c 3 b 4 b 5 c 6 c

GRAMMAR 1Page 821 1 wear 2 mustn’t 3 be 4 don’t 5 doesn’t 6 had 7 didn’t2 1 necessary 2 dangerous 3 necessary3 1 have to 2 don’t have to 3 must 4 mustn’t 5 don’t have to 6 don’t have to 7 had to 8 didn’t have to 9 had to 10 had to 11 didn’t have to4 1 Does he have to work at night? Yes, he does sometimes. 2 Does he have to wear a uniform? No, he doesn’t. 3 Does he have to drive carefully? Yes, he does. 4 What languages does he have to speak? He doesn’t have to speak other languages but English is useful. 5 When did she have to get up? She had to get up early every day. 6 What did she have to wear? She had to wear a helmet. 7 Did she have to take a test? Yes, she did. 8 Did she have to get a special licence? No, she didn’t.

Page 835 1 mustn’t 2 must 3 must 4 have to 5 don’t have to 6 mustn’t6 1 I have to … 2 They had to … 3 She doesn’t have to … 4 He doesn’t have to … 5 He mustn’t be … 6 We have to … 7 I didn’t have to work … We must book …7 1 do 2 Did 3 didn’t 4 had 5 have 6 Do 7 don’t 8 must 9 mustn’t

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3 1 Police officers 2 accident 3 ambulance 4 thief 5 victim 6 police officer 7 criminal 8 crime

Words & Beyond1 merchandise 2 ending 3 episode 4 blockbuster 5 galaxy 6 rating

GRAMMAR 2Page 98 1 1 finished 2 has 3 seen 4 Have 5 been 6 left 7 Have 8 Subject 9 Past participle 10 yet2 Present perfect: a, c, e Past simple: b, d3 1 just 2 just 3 yet 4 already 5 already 6 yet4 1 The police officers haven’t arrested the criminals yet. 2 Have you already phoned the police? 3 Someone has just stolen my bag. 4 Have they caught the criminal yet? 5 We’ve just called an ambulance. 6 I’ve already spoken to the victim. 5 1 ’s/has been 2 was 3 stole 4 Have you ever seen 5 arrested 6 ’ve/have just heard

SPEAKINGPage 991 a2 1 did you think 2 I thought 3 totally disagree 4 don’t think 5 agree 6 you’re wrong 7 what you mean 8 what about 9 right3 1 b 2 b 3 b 4 a4 3, 6, 1, 5, 4, 2 Correct order:A: What did you think of that English lesson?B: It was so boring. I nearly fell asleep. A: I totally disagree. I thought it was the best English lesson we’ve had this term! B: You’re wrong. I didn’t like the book we read. It isn’t very interesting for teenagers. A: I know what you mean. Most teens don’t like stories about history, but I do!B: Yes, well … I don’t!5 1 watch ✓ 2 chat ✓ 3 comedy 4 which ✓ 5 show 6 cartoon 7 much ✓ 8 chair ✓

WRITINGPage 100 1 1 paragraphs 2 Begin 3 sentences 4 space 2 B Firstly C also D Finally3 1 Paragraph A 2 Paragraph B 3 Paragraph C 4 Paragraph D4 1 music website 2 it’s really international / news section 3 karaoke section / can listen to new bands and singers 4 it’s free

LIFE SKILLSSuggested answers:1 Liz feels very stressed.2 Perhaps she’s revising for her exams.

4 A 1 B 2 C 4 D 35 1 I 2 I 3 I 4 I 5 I 6 I 7 C 8 I

GRAMMAR 1Page 941 1 has 2 never 3 ever 4 seen/watched 5 Has 6 have 7 hasn’t2 1 ever 2 never 3 ever 4 never3 1 eaten 2 gone 3 given 4 made 5 seen 6 sung 7 done 8 had 9 been 10 read4a 1 He’s 2 Have 3 have 4 Have 5 Has 6 We’ve 5 1 Have you ever eaten sushi? 2 She has never been abroad. 3 Has he ever read Harry Potter? 4 Have they ever listened to classical music? 5 Has she ever seen a science fiction film? 6 He has never been late.Page 956 1 had, I haven’t 2 sung, I have 3 played, they haven’t 4 watched, I have 5 had, she hasn’t 6 eaten, he hasn’t7 1 Have you ever seen ‘Star Wars’? 2 My teacher has never ... 3 Has Mark ever ... 4 I’ve never played ... 5 No, he hasn’t. 6 ... has never won an award.8 1 Have you ever been to Paris? 2 Have you ever eaten paella? 3 Have you ever ironed a shirt? 4 Have you ever sung karaoke? 5 Have you ever written a webpage article? 6 Have you ever taught a lesson?9 1 Phillip’s never been to Paris. 2 Phillip’s never eaten paella. 3 Susanna’s never ironed a shirt. 4 Phillip’s never sung karaoke. 5 Susanna’s never written a webpage article. 6 Susanna’s never taught a lesson.10 1 I’ve never watched the TV programme ‘Doctor Who’. 2 She’s never written a magazine article. 3 Has John ever sung karaoke? 4 Have they ever made sushi? 5 Tasos and Costas have never eaten with chopsticks. 6 The company has never given money to charity.

LISTENINGPage 961 1 conversation 2 information 3 words and phrases2 1 a 2 Suggested answers: podcast, website, listen to, download 3 Emma: news stories, Spanish Hasana: basketball, World War 1 Ryan: adventure, jokes 4 1 C 2 C 3 I 4 C 5 I 6 C

VOCABULARY 2Page 97 1 1 Ambulance Accident – picture C 2 Criminal Arrested – picture B 3 Officer Stops Thief – picture A2 1 b 2 a 3 a 4 b 5 a 6 b

VOCABULARY REVIEW 1–7Page 901 Home and furniture: cupboard, fridge, hall, sink, wardrobeWork: business, career, engineer, pilot, qualificationsFood and drink: coffee, lemon, onion, rice, sandwichWildlife: bear, crocodile, frog snake, turtleBody: ankle, hand, nose, stomach, tooth2 1 I have a sore throat and a runny nose. 2 A doctor works in a hospital and helps ill people. 3 A mechanic can fix your motorbike or car. 4 Owls fly at night and eat small animals. 5 We went swimming in the ocean/sea/lake/river. 6 You fry potatoes in a frying pan, using a little oil. 7 Bend down and touch the floor with your hands/fingers. 8 I’m not worried about my test because I’m very confident. 3 1 fitness trainer, 2 part-time, 3 university, 4 artist, 5 career, 6 company

GRAMMAR REVIEW 1–7Page 911 1 may/might 2 mustn’t/shouldn’t 3 couldn’t 4 must/have to 5 could/should 6 won’t2 1 a 2 b 3 a 4 c 5 a 6 a 7 b 8 b 9 a 10 a3 1 everyone 2 any 3 a few 4 everything 5 some 6 somebody 7 something 8 any 9 anything 10 anyone 11 some 12 some

Unit 8

VOCABULARY 1Page 921

1 W E B P A G E

2 B O O K

3 V I D E O

4 C O M I C

5 M A G A Z I N E

6 N E W S P A P E R

7 T V

2 1 watching 2 listening to 3 read 4 watched 5 ’m reading 6 listen to 3 1 f 2 e 3 d 4 b 5 c 6 a 4 1 horror film 2 musicals 3 DVD 4 documentary 5 science fiction 6 comedies

READINGPage 93 1 1 opinion 2 start 3 reasons 4 phrases 5 summary 2 c3 1 B 2 A 3 D 4 C

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LISTENINGPage 1081 1 task 2 words 3 help 4 Make notes2 Suggested answer: A tennis match3 1 b 2 e 3 a 4 d 5 c4 1 tennis 2 International Tennis Championships 3 Maria Sharp 4 2 5 confident and relaxed5 1 worried 2 disappointing 3 depressed 4 relaxed 5 excited 6 amazing

VOCABULARY 2Page 1091 1 a 2 f 3 c 4 e 5 d 6 b2 1 excited 2 disappointing 3 bored 4 embarrassing 5 interested 6 depressed3 1 exciting 2 amazing 3 relaxed 4 disappointed 5 annoying 6 worried

Words & Beyond1  referee 2 score 3 court 4 keep 5 pitch

GRAMMAR 2Page 1101 old older the oldesteasy easier the easiestbusy busier the busiestfast faster the fastestexpensive more

expensive the most expensive

difficult more difficult the most difficult

good better the bestbad worse the worst

2 1 than 2 as 3 more 4 less 5 the 6 least 7 as 8 not3 1 short 2 long 3 long 4 -est 5 the most 6 as4 1 most 2 more 3 most 4 as 5 the 6 less 7 most 8 least5 1 Basketball is more interesting than volleyball. 2 Hockey is less difficult than tennis. 3 Swimming is as healthy as running. 4 Badminton is less popular than tennis but it is more popular than squash. 5 Golf is less popular than rugby and cricket.

SPEAKINGPage 1111 1 c 2 a 3 c 4 a 5 b 6 c2 1 You did C 2  You were C 3 Well C 4 I know S 5 Bad S 6 Better S 7 Never S 4a and b A1, B5, B1, B4, C4, B3, A3, B2, C2, C3, C1A1 That was an amazing match. You did a great job!2 Thank you! It wasn’t easy.3 I know, the other side had a really strong team. But your team played the best. You deserved to win.

7 it 8 its4a 1 It 2 their 3 they 4 They 5 It 6 it

GRAMMAR 1Page 1061 1 which 2 that 3 who 4 that 5 where2 1 a 2 b 3 c3 1 thing, which 2 place, where 3 place, where 4 thing, that 5 people, who 6 things, that 7 place, where 8 people, that4 1 where 2 who/that 3 which/that 4 which/that 5 which/that 6 where 7 who/that

Page 1075 1 Tennis is a sport that people play in many different countries. 2 Tennis is a sport that/which originated in the 19th century. 3 Wimbledon is a place in London where they hold a tennis competition every year. 4 Roger Federer is a tennis player who/that has won Wimbledon a lot of times. 5 The umpire is the person in charge who/that decides if the ball is inside or outside the line. 6 Digital cameras are useful tools that/which show the placement of the ball.6 1 Extreme sports are sports which are usually very fast and quite dangerous. 2 Extreme skiing is a sport which/that is becoming more popular. 3 The person who/that first skied down Mount Everest is called Yuichiro Miura. 4 He was also the oldest person who/that had reached the top of Mount Everest until 2008. 5 There are many countries where extreme skiing is a popular sport. 6 Extreme skiers are people who/that don’t get scared easily!7 1 c The Olympics is an international sports event which/that takes place every four years. 2 b The Olympic flag has five rings which/that represent the five continents. 3 d Greece is the country where the Olympics first took place in 776BC. 4 a There’s a special Olympic Committee which/that decides which sports can be part of the Olympics. 5 e Athletes who take part in the Olympics represent their country. 6 f Athletes who win first place get a gold medal.8 Suggested answers:1  which/that 2 who/that 3 which/that 4 which/that 5 where/that 6 who/that1 Skateboarding is a sport which is a lot of fun.2 A referee is a person who makes players follow the rules in sport.3 The Tour de France is a cycling race which takes place in France.4 A marathon is a running race which is a very long distance. 5 A football pitch is a place where you play football. 6 Athletes are people who train hard.

3 1 Worried. 2 Talk to Ali about what’s making her feel stressed.4 Hi Liz, I’m really sorry that you can’t come to the beach. What are you stressed about? Would you like to talk? I could phone you later if you like. Let me know. Love Ali

VOCABULARY REVIEW 1–8Page 1021 Computer parts: keyboard, mouse, printer, screen, speaker, webcam Work and study: business, career, exams, teacher, term, university 2 1 headphones 2 cinema 3 lake 4 bear 5 turtle 6 chop3 1 a 2 c 3 b 4 b 5 a 6 c 7 a 8 b

GRAMMAR REVIEW 1–8Page 103 1 1 Have you seen 2 watched 3 Did you like 4 was 5 ’ve/have ever seen 6 ’ve/have read 7 haven’t seen2 1 I don’t like watching chat shows. 2 He’s never seen a James Bond film before. 3 We don’t listen to the radio very often. 4 She hasn’t phoned the police yet. 5 I didn’t enjoy that TV programme last night. 6 You don’t have to go to the cinema to see films.3 1 a 2 a 3 b 4 b 5 a 6 a 7 b 8 a 9 a 10 a4 1 How often do you listen to the radio? 2 How many computers are there in your school? 3 What are you doing? 4 Where did you go last night? 5 What’s the best film you’ve ever seen? 6 How many years/long does a doctor have to train for?

Unit 9

VOCABULARY 1Page 1041 1 helmet 2 racket 3 ice skates 4 flippers 5 snorkel 6 stick 7 bat 8 shuttlecock2 Basketball: ball, hoop. Ice hockey: stick, puck. Tennis: racket, net. Diving: snorkel, flippers. Football: ball, goal. Volleyball: ball, net3 Baseball: helmetFootball: two goalsTennis: two or four players, a netAll: a ballBaseball and Football: two teamsBaseball and Tennis: a bat or racket4 1 sailing 2 surfing 3 swimming 4 golf 5 rugby 6 table tennis 7 skiing 8 snowboarding 9 ice skating 10 cycling 11 gymnastics 12 horse riding

READINGPage 1051 1 pronoun 2 noun 3 after 4 pronoun2 1 A 2 AB 3 A 4 A 5 DS 6 A 7 AB 8 DS3 1 It 2 It 3 they 4 It 5 They 6 their

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GRAMMAR 1Page 1181 1 is 2 are 3 ’m/am not 4 aren’t/are not 5 Is 6 Are 2 1 different components 2 Telescopes 3 Radio signals 4 A paper clip 5 mobile phones 6 The museum3 1 The figures are calculated by scientists. 2 The software is created by engineers. 3 Many text messages are sent by teenagers. 4 New planets are discovered by scientists every day. 5 Tablet computers are bought by many people each year. 6 Spanish is spoken by more than 600 million people.

Page 119 4 Regular: needed, presented, recycled, testedIrregular: found, made, sent, thrown away5 1 a 2 b 3 c 4 c 5 b 6 c6 1 aren’t cleaned 2 are made 3 are used 4 Is, played 5 ’re/are made 6 are downloaded7 1 These lifts are designed for old people. 2 Mobile phones are made of plastic and metal. 3  Is a lot of meat eaten in Argentina? 4 Mobile phones are used more than fixed phones. 5 The phones aren’t sent to the shops at first. 6 The history museum isn’t visited very much in winter. 8a mobile phone

LISTENINGPage 1201 1 First 2 Predict 3 familiar 4 Don’t stop2 a glass blowing3a the sand is heated – aliquid glass – dfurnace – bblow into the blowpipe – c4 1 C 2 I 3 C 4 C 5 C 6 I5 1 called 2 use, to

VOCABULARY 2Page 121 1 1 d 2 a 3 f 4 b 5 c 6 e2 1 bottle cap 2 tin can 3 drawing pin 4 clothes peg 5 paper clip 6 light bulb 3 Suggested answers: pen, pencil, thermometer, key ring.4 1 thermometer 2 ballpoint 3 paper clips 4 pencil 5 Post-it Notes® 6 light bulbs

Words & Beyond1 c 2 f 3 a 4 d 5 b 6 e

GRAMMAR 2Page 122 1 1 was 2 were 3 wasn’t 4 weren’t 5 Was 6 Were 2 1 was designed 2 created 3 was built 4 weren’t understood 5 didn’t discover 6 were made

personality adjectives.) 7 lake (It’s a geographical feature not an animal.) 8 yoghurt (It’s a food not packaging.) 9 skating (It’s a sport not a household job.) 10 webpage (The others are all types of film.)3 1 c 2 h 3 f 4 g 5 d 6 b 7 a 8 e4 1 throw a ball 2 meet friends 3 go horse riding 4 cook a meal 5 lay the table 6 play a match

GRAMMAR REVIEW 1–9Page 1151 1 which is 2 which 3 warmer 4 smaller 5 easier 6 the fastest 7 who2 1 b 2 b 3 a 4 c 5 c 6 a 7 b 8 c 9 b 10 a3 1 The Red Sox were better than the Yankees today. 2 You must wear a helmet when you play ice hockey. 3 We are the best team in the league. 4 I have never played golf. 5 You will be healthy if you play sports regularly. 6 I am interested in a new sport. 4 1 I’m excited about watching the cycling race next week. 2 Cricket is a sport which/that has fans in England, Australia and India. 3 Skydiving is the most exciting sport I have ever done. 4 Robert and Sue are going to play ice hockey next week. 5 We don’t have to wear helmets when we go running. 6 I want to be a professional football player so I practise every day.

Unit 10

VOCABULARY 1Page 1161a 1 stairs d 2 toilets b 3 coffee shop f 4 ticket office c 5 lift a 6 gift shop e1b Suggested answers: information desk, first floor, entrance 2 1 lift 2 stairs 3 coffee shop 4 gift shop 5 toilets 6 ticket office 3a 1 information 2 ground 3 metal 4 wood 5 plastic 6 first 7 glass3b discover4 Suggested answers: wood – chair, plastic – lunch box, metal – key5 1 produced 2 discover 3 designed 4 explored 5 invented 6 builtQuiz answers: 1a 2b 3c 4a 5b 6a 

READING Page 117 1 1 pictures 2 text 3 word2 b3 flat screen – a, fluorescent tube – d, neon and xenon gases – b, atoms release energy – c4 1 C 2 I 3 I 4 C 5 I

B1 Steve, are you OK?2 Not really. I sprained my ankle and I can’t play in the game tomorrow.3 Oh bad luck. You’ll get better soon. 4 I hope so. C1 Hi, what happened?2 I lost the chess match again.3 I know how you feel. Will you try again? 4 I guess so … . Yes, I will.5 Better luck next time, then. 5 1 Congratulate, Her team won the match. 2 Sympathise, He sprained his ankle. 3 Sympathise, She lost the chess game.6a Suggested answers:1 You were amazing! Well done! You did a great job. 2 Well done! 3 Bad luck. Better luck next time. Never mind.7 1 F 2 S 3 F 4 S 5 S 6 F 7 S 8 F

WRITINGPage 1121 1 It 2 They 3 it 4 He2 4 comparative 5 superlative 2 using commas in a list 3 relative clause to add information 1 relative clause to add information3 4 What did you do? 1 What kind of event was it? 6 What was the best thing? 2 Who could take part? 3 Who did you go with? 5 Why was it special or interesting?

LIFE SKILLS1 He is moving to a new area and a new school.2 1 Why don’t you go for a swim? Try and forget your problems/Why don’t we go to the cinema. Try to get eight hours of sleep at night. Just tell your parents you’re not moving. 2 It’s good advice in general, but not good for this situation. 3 Suggested answers: Zac should talk to his parents about the move (but not tell them that he’s not moving). He should think positively and make a list of good things about the move and his new school. When he can’t breathe, he should take five deep breaths. He should make a plan to prepare for the new situation.

VOCABULARY REVIEW 1–9Page 1141 1 b 2 a 3 b 4 b 5 c 6 b 7 c 8 c 9 b 10 c 11 c 12 a 13 c 14 c 15 a 16 b2 1 banana (It’s a fruit not a vegetable.) 2 brain (It’s an internal part of the body not external.) 3  cooker (It’s an appliance not a job.) 4 stomach (It’s a part of the body not an illness.) 5  book (The other words are all sports equipment.) 6 amazing (The other words are all

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Suggested answers:3 Suggested ideas: An app that translates English words; A pronunciation app where you listen and repeat and the phone corrects youThings you can say: X, what ideas do you have? Can you explain your idea in more detail? I think we need to come up with some more ideas than that. Let’s listen to each person’s idea in turn.Things you can do: Listen while other people are talking. Make sure you give all your own ideas.

VOCABULARY REVIEW 1–10Page 126 1 Sports equipment: balls, helmet, hoops, racket, skates; Personality adjectives: cheerful, friendly, funny, serious, shy; Household jobs: clear the table, do the ironing, load the dishwasher, make your bed; Everyday objects: clothes peg, light bulb, paper clip, thermometer 2 1 helmet 2 rackets 3 load the dishwasher 4 shy 5 cheerful 6 thermometer3 1 newspaper 2 frying pan 3 vacuum cleaner 4 pencil case 5 thermometer 6 map 4 1 a 2 b 3 a 4 b 5 c 6 a

GRAMMAR REVIEW 1–10Page 1271 1 are made 2 listens to 3 ’re/are watching 4 have, eaten 5 is sent 6 Are, studying 7 Does, live 8 haven’t, arrested2 1 was walking 2 were invented 3 Did you go 4 didn’t design 5 were watching 6 Were the designs created 3 1 Ballpoint pens are more useful than clothes pegs. 2 Toy Story is the best film I’ve ever seen. 3 Computers are the most important invention of the last 100 years. 4 A pen is smaller than a laptop. 5 The Science Museum is more interesting than the History Museum. 6 Laptops are more expensive than tablets. 7 The Golden Gate Bridge is the most beautiful bridge in the world.8 Chess is the most difficult game I’ve ever played.4 1 will go 2 won’t use 3 ’re/are going to visit 4 ’m/am going to buy 5 will live 6 Are, going to see5 1 a 2 b 3 b 4 a 5 a 6 b 7 a 8 a

3 1 was built 2 weren’t designed 3 were sent 4 Were (the plans) presented 5 were used 6 was opened4 1 was designed 2 was made 3 wasn’t built 4 was opened 5 was visited 6 was, created 7 were inspired5 1 Who was the Guangzhou Opera House designed by? 2 What was it made from? 3 When was it opened? 4  Who was the Glasgow Riverside Museum designed by? 5 What were the designs inspired by?

SPEAKINGPage 123 1 b2 1 need 2 something 3 what 4 mean 5 use 6 made 7 How much3 1 need 2 wood 3 writing 4 that 5 know4 A: What do you need?B: I don’t know what it’s called.A: Describe it to me. B: It’s small, long and it’s made of wood.A: What’s it used for?B: It’s used for writing or drawing.A: How many do you need?B: I need four, please.B: How much is that, please?A: That’s 8 euros, please.5a 1 b 2 a 3 b 4 a 5 a 6 b

WRITINGPage 1241 1 first 2 reasons 3 conclusion 2 1 In my opinion 2 One reason 3 Another reason 4 In conclusion3 1 ballpoint pen 2 every day 3 use it a lot 4 small and practical 5 use it more than other things4 1 In my opinion the ballpoint pen is the most useful everyday object. / In my opinion the most useful everyday object is the ballpoint pen. 2 One of the reasons I chose it is because I use it every day. 3 Another reason I like it is because it is small and practical. 4 It helps you to study and to organise your life. 5 In conclusion it is the most useful everyday object.

LIFE SKILLS1 A robot that can help with pronunciation and translate.2 1 They wrote (some) of their ideas down. They combined their ideas to make a new idea. 2 They should listen to everyone’s ideas. They should ask people to explain ideas if they don’t understand them. They should wait longer before they decide if an idea is bad. They should encourage quieter people to offer ideas. They should offer more ideas than they did. They should wait until they have heard and understood everyone’s ideas before making a decision.