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(U1 Entertainment) GU4 Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form. Use will or going to.

. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Look at the clouds! It is going to rain. (rain) We __________________________(visit) a film studio tomorrow. It's all arranged. I must phone the theatre and book some tickets. I ____________________________(do) that for you, shall I? I ______________________________(be) an actor when I leave school. I decided last week. _________________________________(see) the new art exhibition next week? Don't worry about getting to the theatre tomorrow. I __________________________(drive) you there if you like.

GU5 Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. Use between two and five words. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 I think John will definitely win the competition. John is bound to win the competition. The band is just going to start playing, A well-known actor will probably play the hero in the film. We've arranged to meet outside the cinema. I lose things all the time, which is really irritating! The concert should start at 8.30pm, according to the schedule. We probably won't finish our work until tomorrow. I'm sure they'll enjoy the concert. They _________________________________________________the concert. The film is unlikely to be a success. The film ________________________________________________a success. You are bound to get seats if you book in advance. certainly You ____________________________________________________if you book in advance. probably bound about likely going am due unlikely bound

The band __________________________________________________________playing. A well-known actor ________________________________________the hero in the film. We _____________________________________________________outside the cinema. I __________________________________________________which is really irritating! The concert ____________________________________________________8.30pm. We __________________________________________________our work until tomorrow.

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word formation

Use the correct form of the word at the end of each sentence to fill the gap. illustrations. illustrate manage collect think discuss choose exhibit intend

The book was full of wonderful, colour

The art gallery is under new _______________________. He's a millionaire and he owns a huge ___________________ of oil paintings. Thieves destroyed the sculpture without any __________________ of its value. We had a long ___________________ about modern art. I see you've decorated your room - I really like your _____________ of posters. I went to an art ____________________ in the Town Hall. I have no ___________________ of studying art next year. verb + noun collocations join Complete the collocations with a verb from the list. keep offer solve take

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I think I'll __________________ the art club they've started in school. I really enjoy painting. It will ________________ some time to get the studio ready for the show. The teacher tried to ________________ Marco some advice on his painting technique but he wouldn't listen. I've won a painting competition but I haven't told anyone yet; can you ____________ it a secret for now? It was difficult to move the sculpture but they managed to ______________ the problem by getting a crane to lift it. phrasal verbs with get get at Complete the sentences below with a phrasal verb from the box in the correct form. Use the definitions in brackets to help you. get away with get down to get out of get over


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How are you getting on with your painting? (progressing) Maria still hasn't _________________ the shock of winning that painting competition. (recovered from) The thieves ____________________ some very valuable paintings. (escaped with) We've got an art class this afternoon but I'm going to try to ___________________ it. (avoid going to) The art teacher is always ____________________ me! (saying unkind things to) I'm so busy - I never have time to ___________________doing any of my hobbies. (seriously begin)

What is another name for progressive? a) conditional b) perfect

c) continuous

d) infinitive d) perfect present

Which of these are not the names of English verb forms. a) past simple b) present continuous e) simple continuous f) past perfect

c) future perfect g) future past