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Vocabulary

Diagnostic test A
6
Answer Key 1 fourteen 2 sixth 3 August
Grammar 4 Wednesday

1 7

1 is 2 am 3 a 4 am 5 your 6 it 1 shoes 2 shorts 3 watch


7 play 8 can 9 a 10 brother’s 4 ice cream

2 8

1 There 2 Are 3 Have 4 any 1 cheese/rice 2 rice/cheese


5 sandwiches 6 in 7 to 8 men 3 armchair/desk 4 desk/armchair
9 on 10 banana 5 spring/August 6 August/spring
7 brother/uncle 8 uncle/brother

3 9

1 do 2 works 3 does 4 finishes 1F 2D 3B 4G 5I 6E 7C


5 at 6 Do 7 don’t 8 work 9 often 8H
10 him
10
4
1 playing 2 riding 3 swimming
1 arrived 2 visited 3 sailed 4 sailing 4 warm 5 take 6 Yesterday
5 wasn’t 6 was 7 is raining/’s raining 7 across 8 excited
8 are staying/’re staying 9 can’t
10 are watching/’re watching 11

5 1 star 2 cat 3 studying 4 beach


5 dangerous 6 excited 7 tennis
1 ago 2 next 3 than 4 the 5 didn’t 8 young
6 by 7 tell/give 8 going
9 gave/bought 10 don’t
12

1a 2b 3a 4c 5c 6c 7c
8b 9c 10 a

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Diagnostic test B 8

1 cake/crisps 2 crisps/cake
Answer Key 3 bed/chair 4 chair/bed
5 June/summer 6 summer/June
Grammar
7 aunt/sister 8 sister/aunt
1
9
1 am 2 are 3 are 4 my 5 these
6 they 7 sister’s 8 that 9 an 1H 2B 3F 4I 5D 6E 7C
10 borrow 8G

2
10
1 There 2 Is 3 any 4 haven’t 5 of
1 playing 2 riding 3 skiing 4 up
6 on 7 children 8 cheese 9 on
5 last 6 raining 7 bored 8 fed
10 haven’t
11
3
1 shop 2 dog 3 cleaning 4 boat
1 do 2 work 3 do 4 start 5 at
5 frightening 6 nice 7 rain 8 useful
6 Does 7 doesn’t 8 works 9 often
10 her
12
4
1a 2c 3b 4c 5b 6a 7a
8c 9b 10 a
1 arrived 2 walked 3 looked
4 shopping 5 wasn’t 6 was
7 is shining/’s shining
8 are sitting/’re sitting
9 can’t am reading/’m reading

1 by 2 ago 3 than 4 the


5 Which/What 6 most 7 don’t 8 to
9 didn’t 10 gave

Vocabulary
6

1 eighteen 2 eleventh 3 April


4 Saturday

1 bag 2 earrings 3 watch 4 burger

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8 vacuuming 9 hard 10 easy-going
End-of-year test A
Function
Answer Key
Grammar 8
1
1b 2b 3c 4a 5b 6a 7b
1b 2c 3b 4a 5c 6b 7c 8a 9a 10 b
8a 9b 10 a
9
2
1G 2B 3K 4E 5I 6H 7D
1 I’m going 2 Do 3 any 4 mine 8 J 9 C 10 F
5 Have 6 haven’t 7 went 8 I’d like
9 go 10 I’ll be
10

1D 2B 3J 4G 5K 6H 7F
3 8C 9E 10 I

1 too 2 some 3 who 4 stay


5 won’t 6 shouldn’t 7 where
8 should 9 go 10 will

1 to 2 enough 3 Have 4 the 5 to


6 would 7 What 8 Have 9 too
10 many

Vocabulary
5

1 pear 2 beans 3 helicopter


4 caravan 5 petrol station 6 windy
7 ironing 8 lay 9 toe 10 ankle

1 vet 2 mechanic 3 pounds 4 million


5 luggage/baggage 6 tell 7 take
8 rink 9 gloves 10 hard–working

7
1 station 2 pool 3 fruit 4 reggae
5 jeans 6 surfing 7 tidy

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End-of-year test B Function

Answer Key 8

Grammar 1b 2a 3b 4c 5a 6b 7c
1 8a 9c 10 a

1b 2a 3b 4b 5b 6b 7c 9
8a 9a 10 a
1B 2D 3F 4I 5C 6K 7J
2 8E 9H 10 G
10
1 went 2 Did you see 3 some
4 are you going 5 go 6 Have 7 have
1B 2G 3I 4E 5H 6F 7D
8 who 9 mustn’t 10 wants me to
8C 9 J 10 K

1 enough 2 any 3 won’t 4 are


5 should 6 talk 7 will 8 don’t
9 where 10 who

1 to 2 was 3 of 4 How 5 to 6 will


7 will 8 too 9 enough 10 much

Vocabulary
5
1 olive oil 2 mushroom 3 moped
4 ship 5 snowy 6 cloudy
7 washing-up 8 cleaning 9 wrist
10 finger

1 carpenter 2 hairdresser 3 pence


4 thousand 5 time 6 have 7 make
8 court 9 sore 10 lazy

1 doctor 2 presenter 3 shirt 4 jazz


5 meat 6 fruit 7 cooking 8 rubbish
9 do 10 lazy

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Audio scripts SG: Yes, that’s right. They have
classes every day in all the
academic subjects like Maths,
Skills test 1 English and Geography. But as well
Exercise 1 (LB2_SK1_1.mp3) as that they also have tasks around
the farm so that they can learn
(N = Nicola; L = Leo) about animals and growing food.
N: Hi! Are you a new student? V2: Is it hard work?
L: Yes, I am. My name’s Leo. What’s SG: Yes, it is pretty tough. We start
your name? at around 6.30 a.m. with different
N: I’m Nicola. Nice to meet you! kinds of work around the farm.
L: Nice to meet you, too. Here’s Johann – he’s feeding the
N: Are you from the USA? chickens. Hi Johann! Are you
L: Yes, I am, but my mom’s English. having fun?
Where are you from? J: Hi! Yeah – I am!
N: I’m from Scotland, but my dad’s SG: The students have different
from Jamaica. tasks every day. Here they make
L: That’s cool. Is that your guitar? cheese and yoghurt. There isn’t any
N: Yes, it is. I’m in a rock band. ice cream right now because we
L: That’s super cool. Do you play any only make that in the summer. But
sports? the ice cream’s really delicious.
N: I play tennis at school and I V1: When do they start lessons?
sometimes play basketball with my SG: They have breakfast at about
friends at the weekend. What sports 7:30 a.m. Then they have lessons
do you like? until lunchtime. After lunch they
L: I go swimming a lot because I’m in work on the farm again for about
the swimming team and I often ride two hours. They have different
my bike at the weekends. tasks every day so they get to learn
N: Let’s go out on our bikes next about all aspects of farm life.
weekend! V2: Are there any drawbacks?
L: Good idea! SG: Well, there is one thing –
they’re usually so tired by the end of
Exercises 2 and 3 the day that they go to sleep quite
(LB2_SK1_2.mp3) early – so they haven’t got much
free time!
(SG = School guide; V1 = Visitor 1;
V2 = Visitor 2; J = Johann)
SG: Welcome to our tour of Green Skills test 2
Farm School. Thanks for coming to
our open day. We’re very happy to Exercise 1 (LB2_SK2_1.mp3)
show you our school and answer all (C = Chris; K = Kyla)
your questions. The school is for C: Hi Kyla, it’s Chris.
students aged twelve to thirteen. K: Hi Chris, what’s up?
They come here for one term – that C: Are you busy on Saturday? How
means just for three months, and about going to the swimming pool
they live and work on the farm. together?
V1: And they study too, right?

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K: I’m sorry, I can’t. I’m going to help you can climb the stairs to the second
my dad wash the car. Why don’t we level. It’s 115 metres above the ground.
go somewhere on Sunday? From the second floor you can go up in
C: OK! How about going for a run in the glass lift and travel 180 metres up to
the park? the third level. It’s worth it – the views are
K: No, that’s a bit boring. Let’s go fantastic!
skating instead. That’s more
exciting.
C: Oh, I don’t think so. I don’t enjoy Skills test 3
skating. How about going
skateboarding? That’s easier than Exercise 1 (LB2_SK3_1.mp3)
skating. (Na = Naomi; Ni = Nick)
K: I don’t like skateboarding either – I Na: Hey Nick! How was Joey’s party on
hate falling over! Saturday? Did you have a good
C: OK. So, what do you want to do? time?
K: Let’s play tennis. I want to try out Ni: Oh. Hi Naomi! Yeah… It was OK...
my new racket. Na: What happened?
C: Sure! It’s my favourite sport. And … Ni: Well, his parents went out for the
how about going for a pizza evening so he invited tons of people
afterwards? round – there were over thirty
K: No, I hate pizza. You can have people!
pizza but I’m going to have a Na: Wow!
sandwich! Ni: And it got kind of noisy because we
C: OK! Let’s meet outside the tennis were playing music and dancing. It
court at 3.00 p.m. was hot so we opened the windows
K: How about 3.30? but unfortunately someone broke
C: OK, but don’t be late! one of the windows in the living
room and there was glass
Exercise 2 (LB2_SK2_2.mp3) everywhere!
Tour guide: Na: Oh, no!
Here we are on the Champs Élysées in Ni: And then someone dropped a bottle
the centre of Paris standing right in front of lemonade in the kitchen and it
of the Eiffel Tower, one of the most made a mess all over the floor.
famous monuments in the world. Almost Na: That doesn’t sound good ...
seven million tourists visit this tower Ni: That’s not all. The neighbours
every year. It is named after the phoned the police and complained
designer, Gustave Eiffel, and dates back about the noise and just as the
to 1889. Today, it is over 125 years old! police car arrived, Joey’s parents
The tower is 320 metres tall – the tallest came home.
structure in the world until 1930. It is Na: Terrible!
made of iron and there are 18,000 Ni: Yes, I went back the next day to
metallic parts. It weighs around 10,000 help clean up the mess.
tonnes. The tower is painted every seven Na: That was nice of you.
years – yes, that’s right! And guess how
much paint they use each time? Fifty Exercise 2 (LB2_SK3_2.mp3)
tonnes of paint! OK, so let’s start to go in. (C = Charles; J = Justin)
The entrance tickets cost fifteen euros. C: What’s your favourite holiday?
Who wants to climb to the top? There are J: Hmm. I guess it’s Halloween. Yes,
1,665 steps! OK, if you want a challenge, that’s definitely my favourite!

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C: What do you like about it? M: That was really smart!
J: I just love all the decorations. L: So he gave me his address – they
People decorate their homes with live near the hospital. I rode there
witches, spiders and spooky stuff on my moped – it only took ten
like that. minutes – and gave the phone
C: Ooh that sounds fun! back.
J: When I was little, I once dressed up M: I bet she was really happy!
as a zombie and another time as L: She was! It was a new phone and it
Superman. We all had special looked quite expensive. She also
costumes. My brother and I went gave me five pounds as a reward.
round the neighbours’ houses and M: What a nice surprise! That’s
they gave us chocolates. wonderful. What are you going to
C: How cool! do with the money?
J: Yes, one year I got ten whole bags L: I’m going to buy a piece of
of them! cheesecake for you and some
C: Amazing! vanilla ice cream for myself. What
J: Yeah, but my mom made me share do you think?
them with the kids in my class.
C: Do you eat any special kinds of Exercise 2 (LB2_SK4_2.mp3)
food at Halloween? (M = Mum; C = Charlie;
J: Well, my mom usually bakes little Me = Melissa)
cupcakes decorated with spiders. M: So let’s make a plan for today.
Sometimes we make cookies There’s so much to see and do in
shaped like zombie fingers with Cornwall – what shall we do first?
black fingernails on them! How about going to the art gallery?
C: Ugh! Were they good? There are lots of fabulous painting
J: They were delicious! and sculptures.
C: Oh, Mum … can’t we go surfing
Skills test 4 today? It’s going to be sunny today
Exercise 1 (LB2_SK4_1.mp3) and the waves here are really good.
(L = Lisa; M = Mike) Me: Oh no! The water is icy! Let’s go
L: Did I tell you what happened the and see the baby seals at the seal
other day? sanctuary. I love baby seals!
M: No, what? C: You always want to see animals …
L: I found someone’s phone near the M: What about going cycling? We can
town hall. I think someone had just rent bikes and ride on the cycling
dropped it there. path along the coast. We can get
M: So, what did you do? Did you take it some fresh air and enjoy some
to the police? fantastic views of the coast. We can
L: No, I didn’t! I found the owner. visit the beaches, too!
M: Wow! Was there a name on it? Me: Ooh yes and after that can we go
L: Don’t be silly! I looked at the list of and have lunch in Mousehole? The
phone numbers on the phone and guidebook says it’s one of the
called the last number. prettiest villages in Cornwall.
M: And who answered? M: Yes, it says there’s a good fish
L: Well, a boy answered and he said restaurant there, too.
‘Hi Mum!’ and I said ‘I’m not your C: Yes, please! I want some fish and
mum, but I’ve found her phone in chips!
the street. I think she dropped it.’ Me: I want to try the fish soup!

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M: OK! They say the desserts are A: Yes, I understand the problem.
delicious too! They have really good Maybe you should just cut down a
apple pie! bit?
Me: With ice cream! T: Yes, that’s what I’m trying to do.
M: OK, OK, calm down! That sounds A: Just check your messages once
like a good plan. Let’s go and find every half an hour for a while and
out about renting bikes. see how that feels. If you feel
Me: Mum, don’t forget we’re going to get stressed, you can do something
tickets to see a play at the Minack else instead, like write in your diary.
Theatre tomorrow afternoon. T: Hmm … that’s an interesting idea. I
M: Oh, yes, that’s right. Thanks for can keep a diary about giving up my
reminding me. It’s at 2.00 p.m., phone addiction!
isn’t it? A: Good idea!
C: Yes, it’s The Tempest by William
Shakespeare. Exercise 2 (LB2_SK5_2.mp3)
Me: Don’t be silly Charlie, it’s going to (R = Rick; J = Jo)
be fun. R: Are you feeling better today, Jo?
C: OK, but I’d really prefer to go J: Yes, thank you. I’ve got a sore
surfing or snorkelling. throat, but my cold has gone.
R: If you’re feeling well enough, do you
Skills test 5 fancy going to the St Patrick’s Day
Exercise 1 (LB2_SK5_1.mp3) Parade tomorrow?
(A = Annie; T = Tom) J: Why do you celebrate St Patrick’s
A: Hi, Tom! What’s the matter? You Day?
look a bit sad. R: St Patrick’s Day was originally an
T: Yeah, well, my mum says I have to Irish celebration but so many Irish
stop using my phone. She says I’m people have come to live in the
addicted to it! USA, that it’s really popular over
A: But you have to use your phone to here, too, now. Boston has one of
stay in touch with friends. I mean … the biggest St Patrick’s Day
I have to check my messages at Parades in the country,
least once an hour. If I don’t, then J: Is it only for Irish people?
my friends may get upset and may R: No! You don’t have to be Irish to
not like me anymore. celebrate it. It’s more like a
T: Exactly, that’s what I tried to explain celebration of Irish traditional music
to her. But she thinks I should do and culture.
more serious things like read a J: So what do we have to do?
book or something. R: First you have to wear something
A: How often do you usually check green. If you wear something green,
your messages, anyway? you show you support the parade.
T: Oh, about once every ten minutes I That’s the traditional colour of
guess. Ireland.
A: Well, that’s quite a lot. Maybe your J: I’ve got a green scarf, will that be all
mum’s right about that addiction right?
thing ... R: Yes, that’s perfect. And I’ve got a
T: If I don’t check it, I start to feel green T-shirt. Some people paint
nervous. Sometimes I check my their faces green, you know! But we
messages during dinner and my don’t have to do that!
dad gets really upset. J: What happens at the parade?

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R: Well, it’s kind of like a huge street
party. Lots of people dress up in
funny costumes. There are
marching bands and teams of
dancers and musicians with musical
instruments and performers who
dance in special costumes. It’s so
much fun!
J: What else do people do?
R: We should eat some traditional Irish
food. My mum usually makes Irish
potato pancakes.
J: Oh that sounds delicious!
R: People often make green food, too.
Last year, our neighbours had a
party on St Patrick’s Day and they
baked a green cake and made
some green beer!
J: Uh, that doesn’t sound so good.
R: OK, so let’s get up early tomorrow.
If we go early, we’ll get a good
place to see the parade.
J: What happens if it rains? Will they
still have the parade?
R: Of course – if it rains, we’ll take our
green umbrella!

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Skills test 1A
5 does homework x
Answer Key before dinner
Listening
5
1
1 Most 2 twenty 3 beginning
1 Leo 2 dad 3 Nicola 4 Nicola 5 Leo
4 12:00 p.m. 5 library 6 has breakfast 7 two 8
afternoon 9 before 10 is
2

1T 2F 3F 4T 5F Writing
6
3
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1 farming 2 yogurt 3 7:30 a.m.
4 mornings 5 free time Model Answer
Dear Anita,
How are you? I’m back at school and the new term is going
Reading
OK. Our lessons start at 9.30 a.m. and finish at 4.30 p.m.
4 We’re studying Italian and German this year, but we’re not
studying art. I like computer science best because I learn
Who…? Alex Laura about the Internet. I go to the photography club on Fridays.
0 has breakfast at x How is your school? What subjects are you studying this
school. year?
1 studies languages x Bye for now,
2 likes computers x Kylie
3 lives at the school x
4 wants to be a x
dancer

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Reading
Skills test 1B
4
Answer Key Who…? Alex Laura
Listening 0 has breakfast at x
school.
1 1 starts lessons at x
8:30 a.m.
1 mum 2 Nicola 3 Nicola 4 Nicola 2 studies with x
5 Leo students from
different countries
2 3 finishes school at x
4:00 p.m.
1F 2T 3F 4T 5F 4 plays computer x
games
3 5 does homework at x
school
1 three 2 Geography 3 animals 5
4 cheese 5 summer
1 aren’t 2 every day 3 9.00 a.m.
4 classroom 5 two days 6 every day 7 dance 8 one
hour 9 before
10 practising

Writing
6

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Mark scheme

The task is worth up to 20 marks. Award up to 4 marks for each section of the mark scheme, according to the descriptions below.
Marks CONTENT WRITTEN PRODUCTION & WRITTEN RANGE ACCURACY
awarded COHERENCE INTERACTION
Number of content points
required:

1 greeting
2 a typical day at your school
3 subjects you are studying
4 your favourite subjects
5 after-school clubs
6 closing

1 Only one or two content Limited ability to write full words Unable to produce Has no range of Uses some simple structures
points achieved. other than own name. written language that can vocabulary other than but mistakes make message
be understood. most basic stock almost impossible to
phrases, which cannot be understand.
produced accurately in
written form.
2 Three or four content points Uses simple isolated phrases and Can write short, simple Has very basic repertoire Shows only limited control of
achieved sentences. Can copy familiar words sentences about a of words and simple a few simple grammatical
and short phrases. typical day at school, phrases related to a structures and sentence
favourite subjects and typical day at school, patterns in a memorised
after-school clubs with favourite subjects and repertoire.
some errors. Errors may after-school clubs.
occasionally impede
message
Five content points achieved A mixture of above and below A mixture of above and A mixture of above and A mixture of above and
3 descriptors. below descriptors below descriptors below descriptors

4 Six content points achieved. Uses short, simple formulaic notes Can write short, simple Uses memorised Uses a limited repertoire of
relating to a typical day at school, sentences relating to a phrases, groups of a few simple structures correctly
favourite subjects and after-school typical day at school, words to communicate but still systematically makes
clubs. favourite subjects and limited information. very basic mistakes. Can
Uses a series of simple phrases and after-school clubs with Has sufficient vocabulary control narrow repertoire
sentences linked with simple hardly any errors. to deal with a typical day dealing with a typical day at
connectors such as and, but and Message can be clearly at school, favourite school, favourite subjects
because. understood. Can write a subjects and after-school and after-school clubs.
personal email. clubs.

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4
Skills test 2A
1 She is going to see the Houses of
Answer Key Parliament./She’s going to see the
Houses of Parliament./Houses of
Listening Parliament
1 2 No/No, she isn’t.
3 775/There are 775 rooms.
1 swimming 2 can 3 running 4 Chris 4 No, she can’t./No
5 Kyla 6 pizza 7 3.30 p.m. 5 The Queen
6 She is going to travel by boat./She’s
going to travel by boat./By boat.
2 7 The crown jewels./You can see the
crown jewels.
1 seven million/7,000,000 2 designer
3 1889 4 320 5 ten thousand/10,000
6 fifteen/15 7 second/2nd 8 115 Writing
5
Reading
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3
Model Answer
1T 2F 3F 4 DS 5T 6T 7 DS Dear Robert,
8T How are you? I’m on holiday in
Barcelona. It’s fantastic here. The
buildings here are really old and very
beautiful.
Tomorrow we’re going to see the famous
cathedral. After that we’re going to have
a picnic lunch in a park on top of a hill.
Bye for now,
Kim

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2 No./No, it isn’t.
Skills test 2B 3 Yes / Yes, she can.
4 Scotland./She is in Scotland./She’s in
Scotland./She is on holiday in
Answer Key Scotland./She’s on holiday in Scotland.
Listening 5 Hamlet/She’s going to see Hamlet./She
is going to see Hamlet.
1 6 Next to the Thames/Right next to the
Thames/London/It’s next to the
1 dad’s 2 skating 3 skateboarding Thames./It’s right next to the Thames/It is
4 like 5 Chris’s 6 pizza 7 3.30 p.m. right next to the Thames./It is next to the
Thames./It’s in London./It is in London.
2 7 She’s going to walk along the river./She
is going to walk along the river./Walk
1 125 2 1930 along the river
3 eighteen thousand/18,000
4 seven/7 5 fifty/50 6 1,665 Writing
7 three/3 8 180
5

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3

1T 2T 3T 4T 5F 6 DS 7 DS
8T

1 A huge bell/There is a huge


bell./There’s a huge bell./There is a huge
bell inside./There’s a huge bell inside.

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Mark scheme

The task is worth up to 20 marks. Award up to 4 marks for each section of the mark scheme, according to the descriptions below.

Marks awarded CONTENT WRITTEN PRODUCTION & WRITTEN INTERACTION RANGE ACCURACY
Number of content COHERENCE
points required:
1 greeting
2 where you are
3 what the place is like
4 what you’re going to
do tomorrow
5 closing

Only one content point Limited ability to write full Unable to produce written Has no range of Uses some simple
1 achieved. words other than own name. language that can be vocabulary other than structures but mistakes
understood. most basic stock make message almost
phrases, which cannot be impossible to understand.
produced accurately in
written form.
Two content points Uses simple isolated phrases Can write short, simple Has very basic repertoire Shows only limited control
2 achieved and sentences. Can copy sentences about a holiday with of words and simple of a few simple
familiar words and short some errors. Errors may phrases related to grammatical structures and
phrases. occasionally impede message holidays. sentence patterns in a
memorised repertoire
Three or four content A mixture of above and below A mixture of above and below A mixture of above and A mixture of above and
3 points achieved descriptors descriptors below descriptors below descriptors

Five content points Uses short, simple formulaic Can write short, simple Uses memorised Uses a limited repertoire of
4 achieved. notes relating to a holiday. sentences relating to matters of phrases, groups of a few simple structures correctly
Uses a series of simple immediate need with hardly any words to communicate but still systematically
phrases and sentences linked errors. Message can be clearly limited information. makes very basic
with simple connectors such as understood. Can write a Has sufficient vocabulary mistakes. Can control
and, but and because. postcard. to give basic information narrow repertoire dealing
about a holiday. with holidays.

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Skills test 3A Model Answer
Last week Rob was walking home after
Answer Key school, when he found a wallet on the
street. He was surprised! Then he
Listening
noticed an address inside. He went to the
1 house and an old lady answered. “Is this
your wallet?” he asked. “Oh my
1F 2T 3F 4F 5F 6F 7T goodness!” said the old lady. “Thank you
so much! I was terribly worried! This is to
2 say thank you.” And she gave him ten
pounds!

1a 2c 3a 4c 5a 6b 7b
8a

Reading
3

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

1c 2c 3a 4b 5c 6a 7a
8b

Writing
5

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Skills test 3B
Writing
Answer Key
5
Listening
1 Use Mark scheme to award marks.

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

1b 2a 3b 4c 5c 6b 7b
8a

Reading
3

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

1c 2a 3a 4c 5b 6c 7b
8a

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Mark scheme

The task is worth up to 20 marks. Award up to 4 marks for each section of the mark scheme, according to the descriptions below.

Marks CONTENT WRITTEN PRODUCTION WRITTEN INTERACTION RANGE ACCURACY


awarded Number of content points required: &
COHERENCE
1 when this happened
2 where this happened
1. 3 what someone was doing
2. 4 how they felt
3. 5 what they did next
4. 6 what happened in the end
Only one or two content points Limited ability to write full Unable to produce written Has no range of Uses some simple
1
achieved. words other than own language that can be vocabulary other than structures but mistakes
name. understood. most basic stock phrases, make message almost
which cannot be produced impossible to understand.
accurately in written form.
Three or four content points achieved Uses simple isolated Can write short, simple Has very basic repertoire Shows only limited control
2 phrases and sentences to sentences to relate events of words and simple of a few simple
relate events in a story. in a story with some phrases related to relating grammatical structures
errors. Errors may events in a story . and sentence patterns in a
occasionally impede memorised repertoire
message
Five content points achieved A mixture of above and A mixture of above and A mixture of above and A mixture of above and
3
below descriptors. below descriptors below descriptors below descriptors

Six content points achieved. Can use short, simple Can write short, simple Uses memorised phrases, Uses a limited repertoire
4 sentences to relate events groups of a few words to of simple structures
sentences with hardly any
in a story. errors. Message can be communicate limited correctly but still
Uses a series of simple information. systematically makes very
clearly understood.
phrases and sentences Has sufficient vocabulary basic mistakes..
linked with simple to relate events in a story.
connectors such as and,
but and because.

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Writing
Skills test 4A
5
Answer Key Use Mark scheme to award marks.
Listening
Model Answer
1 Hi Jill,

1 hall 2 police 3 looked 4 boy We’re going to Wales for two weeks in
5 mum/mother 6 moped 7 expensive July. Have you ever been there? Would
8 five/5 you like to come with us? My parents
have rented a house near the beach and
there’s plenty of room. It’s in a beautiful
2 little village with a nice teashop and a
lovely old church. We can go swimming
1b 2c 3a 4a 5b 6b 7c and surfing, and fishing, too. I want to
explore some of the old castles.

Reading We’re leaving on 10th July. You can come


with us in the car or take the train and
3
we’ll meet you there. I hope you can
come!
1 Tanya 2 Gina 3 Frankie 4 Lisa
5 Tanya 6 Kim 7 Lucy
Love from,
Annabel
4

1a 2b 3a 4c 5c 6c 7b
8a

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Skills test 4B
Answer Key 1 Tanya 2 Tanya 3 Kim 4 Frankie 5 Frankie 6 Gina
7 Lucy
Listening
1
4
1 town 2 last 3 mum/mother
1a 2b 3b 4a 5c 6b 7c
4 hospital 5 ten/10 6 gave
8a
7 cheesecake 8 vanilla

2 Writing
5
1c 2a 3b 4a 5b 6a 7b
Use Mark scheme to award marks.
Reading
3

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Mark scheme
The task is worth up to 20 marks. Award up to 4 marks for each section of the mark scheme, according to the descriptions below.

Marks CONTENT WRITTEN PRODUCTION WRITTEN INTERACTION RANGE ACCURACY


awarded Number of content points required: &
1 greeting COHERENCE
2 where you are going
3 when you are going and how long
for
4 what the place is like
5 who you are going with
6 how you are travelling
7 what you are going to do there
8 closing
Only one or two content points Limited ability to write full Unable to produce written Has no range of Uses some simple
1
achieved. words other than own language that can be vocabulary other than structures but mistakes
name. understood. most basic stock phrases, make message almost
which cannot be produced impossible to understand.
accurately in written form.
Three or four content points achieved Uses simple isolated Can write short, simple Has very basic repertoire Shows only limited control
2 phrases and sentences. sentences about holiday of words and simple of a few simple
Can copy familiar words plans with some errors. phrases related to holiday grammatical structures
and short phrases.
Errors may occasionally plans and particular and sentence patterns in a
impede message concrete situations. memorised repertoire
Five or six content points achieved A mixture of above and A mixture of above and A mixture of above and A mixture of above and
3
below descriptors. below descriptors below descriptors below descriptors
Seven or eight content points Uses short, simple Can write short, simple Uses memorised phrases, Uses a limited repertoire
4 sentences relating to groups of a few words to of simple structures
achieved. sentences relating to
holiday plans. matters of immediate need communicate limited correctly but still
Uses a series of simple information. systematically makes very
with hardly any errors.
phrases and sentences Has sufficient vocabulary basic mistakes. Can
linked with simple Message can be clearly control narrow repertoire
to deal with holiday plans .
connectors such as and, understood. dealing with everyday
but and because. needs.

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Skills test 5A
2 sweets/They throw sweets.
Answer Key 3 Bristol, Rhode Island
4 3 minutes/three minutes
Listening
1
Writing
1c 2a 3c 4c 5a 6b 7c 6

2 Use Mark scheme to award marks.

1T 2T 3F 4F 5F 6F 7T 8F Model Answer
It usually costs £10 to go to a museum or an art gallery.
Special exhibitions sometimes cost £15 or £20. But I think
Reading museums and art galleries should be free for teenagers.
3
In my opinion, that’s too expensive for most teenagers. Most
1B 2A 3D 4C 5A 6C 7D 8B of my friends are interested in art and history, but we can’t
afford to go to exhibitions because we haven’t got enough
money. Everyone knows that museums and art galleries are
4 good for our education and help to educate the artists and
historians of the future.
1C 2D 3B
We want to enjoy art galleries and museums! Let’s have free
5 entrance for teenagers!

1 1776/In 1776.

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Skills test 5B
Answer Key 1B 2C 3A
Listening
5
1
1 1783/After 1783
1a 2b 3b 4a 5c 6a 7a
2 flags/They wave flags.
3 Bristol, Rhode Island
2 4 hot dogs, hamburgers, corn on the cob,
apple pie and ice cream/They eat hot dogs, hamburgers, corn
1F 2T 3F 4F 5T 6T 7F 8F on the cob,
apple pie and ice cream
Reading
3 Writing
6
1D 2B 3A 4C 5D 6C 7A 8B
Use Mark scheme to award marks.
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The task is worth up to 20 marks. Award up to 4 marks for each section of the mark scheme, according to the descriptions below.

Marks CONTENT WRITTEN PRODUCTION WRITTEN INTERACTION RANGE ACCURACY


awarded Number of content points required: &
1 opening COHERENCE
2 what your suggestion is
3 what the problem right now is
4 how your suggestion will help
5 why this issue is important
6 repeat your suggestion in different
words.
7 closing
Only one or two content points Limited ability to write full Unable to produce written Has no range of Uses some simple
1
achieved. words other than own language that can be vocabulary other than structures but mistakes
name. understood. most basic stock phrases, make message almost
which cannot be produced impossible to understand.
accurately in written form.
Three or four content points achieved Uses simple isolated Can write short, simple Has very basic repertoire Shows only limited control
2 phrases and sentences. sentences giving an of words and simple of a few simple
Can copy familiar words opinion with some errors. phrases related to giving grammatical structures
and short phrases.
Errors may occasionally an opinion and particular and sentence patterns in a
impede message concrete situations. memorised repertoire
Five or six content points achieved A mixture of above and A mixture of above and A mixture of above and A mixture of above and
3
below descriptors below descriptors below descriptors below descriptors

Seven content points achieved. Uses short, simple Can write short, simple Uses memorised phrases, Uses a limited repertoire
4 sentences giving an groups of a few words to of simple structures
sentences relating to
opinion.Uses a series of matters of immediate need communicate limited correctly but still
simple phrases and information. systematically makes very
with hardly any errors.
sentences linked with Has sufficient vocabulary basic mistakes. Can
simple connectors such as Message can be clearly control narrow repertoire
to deal with basic survival
and, but and because. understood. Can write an dealing with everyday
needs.
email to a magazine. needs.

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Summative test 1A
1 chef 2 goggles 3 old 4 Spanish
(Welcome & Unit 1) 5 hairdresser 6 wallet 7 watch
8 long
Answer Key
7
Grammar
1 1 biscuits 2 friend 3 guitar 4 jogging
5 tall 6 tomato 7 nephew 8 girlfriend
1 writing 2 are swimming/’re swimming
3 can 4 can’t 5 shines 8
6 usually have 7 sometimes go
8 don’t eat 9 go out 1 go 2 brush 3 shower 4 yoghurt
10 are having/’re having 5 breakfast 6 ride 7 camera 8 take
9 journalist 10 play
2
Function
1 Kate’s 2 Whose 3 hers 4 hers
5 mine 6 Is 7 any 8 isn’t 9 some 9
10 some 11 Are 12 no
1b 2c 3a 4b 5a 6a 7b
8b 9a 10 a
3

1a 2b 3a 4c 5c 6b 7a 10
8a 9c 10 c
1C 2D 3K 4A 5J 6H 7E
4 8 F 9 I 10 B
1 some 2 Whose 3 sisters 4 never
5 Can 6 There 7 What 8 isn’t 11

Vocabulary 1G 2I 3D 4B 5J 6F 7H
8C 9 E 10 K
5

1 twenty pounds 2 thirty-five pounds


3 five pounds forty-five
4 twenty-four pounds fifty

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Summative test 1B 7 girlfriend 8 husband

(Welcome & Unit 1) 8

Answer Key 1 play 2 have 3 ride 4 pear 5 nuts


6 lunch 7 laptop 8 write 9 read
Grammar 10 director
1
Function
1 have 2 is 3 go 4 can’t 5 can
6 is swimming/’s swimming 7 eat 9
8 often walk 9 are having/’re having
10 are you 1b 2c 3b 4a 5b 6a 7c
8a 9b 10 c
2
10
1 brother’s 2 Whose 3 Mike’s 4 his
5 yours 6 Are 7 any 8 aren’t 9 any 1D 2G 3F 4B 5I 6C 7K
10 some 11 is 12 some 8 J 9 H 10 E
3
11
1a 2b 3c 4c 5a 6a 7c
8b 9c 10 b 1D 2J 3B 4G 5C 6J 7E
8H 9 F 10 K
4

1 isn’t 2 your 3 cats 4 usually


5 Can 6 There 7 How 8 aren’t

Vocabulary
5

1 twenty-five pounds
2 nine pounds twenty-five
3 seven pounds fifty
4 four pounds seventy-five

1 pilot 2 sunglasses 3 thin


4 Portuguese 5 carpenter 6 wallet
7 ride 8 straight

1 towel 2 teacher 3 piano


4 homework 5 old 6 sandwich

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Summative test 2A 7

1 furniture 2 rink 3 basement


(Units 2 and 3) 4 luggage 5 kitchen 6 thousand
7 fingers 8 pool 9 billion 10 pounds
Answer Key 11 grandfather 12 course
13 Japanese 14 mechanic
Grammar
1 8

1 cycling 2 cycle 3 are 4 leave 1 garden 2 fence 3 sometimes


5 going 6 must 7 doing 8 am 9 Do 4 pitch 5 time 6 homework 7 tall
10 can’t 11 Don’t 12 can 8 arms 9 brother 10 karate
11 doctor 12 pilot
2
Function
1 safer 2 bigger 3 better 4 cycling
5 the most interesting 9
3 1b 2a 3b 4c 5a 6c 7c
8a 9c 10 b
1 a few 2 much 3 many 4 mustn’t
5 a little
10
4 1J 2F 3K 4D 5E 6C 7G
8 B 9 I 10 H
1b 2c 3c 4b 5c 6a 7c
8b 9b 10 b
11
5 1 sit 2 course 3 if 4 but 5 shall
6 about 7 idea 8 fancy 9 feel
1 are 2 Whose 3 smaller 4 play 10 sure
5 Be 6 are going to play 7 must
8 How often
11

Vocabulary 1 sit 2 course 3 if 4 but 5 shall


6 6 about 7 idea 8 fancy 9 feel
10 sure
1 hand 2 knee 3 neck 4 wrist

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Summative test 2B 7

1 food 2 track 3 loft 4 time 5 stairs


(Units 2 and 3) 6 hundred 7 toes 8 ring 9 trillion
10 pence 11 aunt 12 court
Answer Key 13 Italian 14 dentist

Grammar 8
1
1 gate 2 steps 3 play 4 court
1 cycling 2 go 3 can 4 cycle 5 study 6 kitchen 7 brothers 8 older
5 going 6 can’t 7 than 8 swimming 9 curly 10 glasses 11 camera
9 do 10 swim 11 must 12 don’t 12 take

2 Function
9
1 more exciting 2 watching 3 worse
4 the biggest 5 the most difficult 1c 2a 3a 4c 5a 6b 7b
3 8c 9c 10 b

1 mustn’t 2 many 3 much 4 many 10


5 a few
1J 2D 3C 4F 5I 6G 7H
4 8B 9K 10 E

1b 2b 3c 4a 5c 6a 7b 11
8b 9b 10 c
5 1 May 2 sure 3 if 4 there 5 about
6 shall 7 Let’s 8 Why 9 That’s
1 are 2 ours 3 bigger 10 OK
4 are watching 5 Send 6 are
7 many 8 tall

Vocabulary
6

1 eye 2 shoulder 3 waist 4 finger

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Summative test 3A 1 walked 2 watched 3 told 4 asked
5 waited 6 happened

(Units 4 and 5)
Function
Answer Key 8
Grammar
1c 2a 3a 4b 5b 6b 7c
1 8b 9a 10 a

1 went 2 Did you buy 3 bought


4 took 5 were 6 saw 7 were you 9
8 was 9 go 10 didn’t 11 was
12 didn’t 1 matter 2 all right 3 got 4 Let’s
5 like 6 May 7 missed 8 Never
2 9 much 10 fell

1 who 2 lost 3 going 4 Don’t 5 did 10


6 were 7 on 8 was 9 watching
10 more 1E 2K 3J 4B 5D 6F 7C
8H 9 G 10 I
3

1c 2b 3a 4c 5b 6b 7c
8b 9c 10 b
4

1 drank 2 was running


3 aren’t going to go 4 started
5 is writing/’s writing 6 didn’t have
7 watched 8 Did … go

Vocabulary
5

1K 2C 3J 4G 5E 6H 7I
8B 9 F 10 D

1 December 2 hurry 3 out 4 Turkey


5 do 6 quickly 7 comedy 8 court
9 million 10 time 11 nose 12 cousin
13 journalist 14 eighteen sixty-five

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Summative test 3B 6

(Units 4 and 5) 1 February 2 loudly 3 out


4 Brazilian 5 tells 6 quietly
7 science 8 rink 9 billion 10 money
Answer Key 11 brush 12 aunt 13 beautician
Grammar 14 twenty ten/two thousand and ten

1 7

1 saw 2 was 3 hurt 4 was working 1 played 2 climbed 3 lost 4 missed


5 stayed 6 met 7 said 8 was she 5 appeared 6 laughed
9 was coming 10 wasn’t 11 fell
12 was eating
Function
2 8

1 where 2 am 3 got 4 any 5 tall 1b 2a 3c 4b 5a 6a 7c


6 than 7 Don’t 8 who 9 watching 8a 9c 10 b
10 the
9
3
1 right 2 Can 3 like 4 we 5 believe
1a 2b 3c 4a 5c 6b 7b 6 It’s 7 lost 8 Not 9 time 10 shall
8c 9c 10 a
10
4
1D 2C 3I 4B 5E 6K 7J
1 watched 2 were playing 8H 9 F 10 G
3 are eating/’re eating 4 Did … finish
5 don’t ride 6 bought
7 am trying/’m trying 8 Did … do

Vocabulary
5

1E 2B 3I 4F 5D 6C 7J
8G 9K 10 H

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Summative test 4A 7 Science fiction 8 course 9 hundred
10 library 11 bracelet 12 grandmother
13 pilot 14 jazz
(Units 6 and 7)
7
Answer Key
Grammar 1 hotel 2 spaghetti 3 museum
4 market 5 purse 6 theatre
1

1 Have you 2 I’ve never 3 I’d like 8


4 to go 5 too 6 Do you 7 have
8 went 9 we’re going 1H 2C 3K 4D 5E 6I 7G
10 already booked 8B 9 J 10 F

2 Function
1 is too hot to drink/’s too hot to drink 9
2 isn’t dry enough to play
3 aren’t safe enough to ride 1a 2b 3a 4a 5c 6a 7b
4 are too dirty to wear/’re too dirty to 8a 9c 10 b
wear
5 is too old to wear/’s too old to wear 10
6 am not tall enough to reach/’m not tall
enough to reach 1D 2E 3J 4H 5B 6K 7C
8 I 9 G 10 F
3
11
1 is … doing/’s ... doing
2 is having/’s having 3 Is …going 1 like 2 chips 3 for 4 Would
4 isn’t 5 Are … having 6 aren’t 5 thanks 6 Not 7 anything 8 too
9 awful 10 good
4

1 where 2 like 3 never 4 nicest


5 have 6 yet

1a 2b 3c 4b 5a 6c 7b
8c 9a 10 c 11 a 12 c

Vocabulary
6

1 plane 2 vegetables 3 snowboarding


4 finger 5 done 6 slowly

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1 caravan 2 garlic 3 climbing
4 ankle 5 done 6 quickly 7 Action
Summative test 4B 8 court 9 thousand 10 museum
11 towel 12 niece 13 cars 14 bank
(Units 6 and 7)
7
Answer Key 1 train 2 restaurant 3 curry 4 gallery
Grammar 5 supermarket 6 rock
1
8
1 Do you 2 went 3 have never done
4 are going 5 too 6 to swim 7 play 1K 2H 3F 4C 5I 6J 7G
8 stayed 9 we‘re going 8D 9E 10 B
10 have booked
Function
2
9
1 is too small to take/’s too small to take
2 isn’t quiet enough to talk 1b 2b 3c 4a 5c 6a 7c
3 is too expensive to stay/’s too 8a 9c 10 b
expensive to stay
4 isn’t comfortable enough to sit on 10
5 are too hard to eat/’re too hard to eat
6 isn’t near enough to walk 1G 2I 3E 4F 5B 6K 7J
3 8D 9 C 10 H

1 Is … having 2 isn’t 11
3 is … doing/’s ... doing
4 is seeing/’s seeing 5 Are … having 1 have 2 kebab 3 Anything 4 like
6 are 5 for 6 else 7 salad 8 too
9 nightmare 10 amazing
4

1 who 2 like 3 ever 4 nicer 5 Can


6 few

1a 2b 3b 4b 5a 6c 7b
8a 9b 10 c 11 b 12 a

Vocabulary
6

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Summative test 5A
1 jacket 2 keyboard 3 chicken
(Units 8 and 9) 4 stomach ache 5 comedy 6 museum

Answer Key Function


Grammar 8
1 1b 2c 3b 4c 5c 6a 7c 8a
9b 10 c
1B 2C 3B 4A 5B 6A 7C
8A 9C 10 A
9
2
1J 2E 3I 4H 5B 6C 7D
1 doesn’t 2 we will go 3 to try 8 F 9 K 10 G
4 ones 5 should I 6 go
7 Do you have to 8 has 9 don’t have 10
10 will life be 11 too 12 won’t
Conversation 1
3 1J 2H 3D 4E 5I

1 have 2 shouldn’t 3 already 4 than Conversation 2


5 him 6 who 7 much 8 tall 9 little 6C 7G 8K 9B 10 F
10 Whose

1 give, will buy/’ll buy


2 will miss/’ll miss, don’t leave
3 is/’s, goes 4 don’t have to, don’t want

Vocabulary
5

1 honest 2 foggy 3 password


4 baggy 5 patterned 6 lay
7 toothache 8 helicopter 9 into
10 pharmacy 11 flip-flops 12 leave
13 have 14 fruit

1I 2H 3G 4K 5C 6D 7J
8 E 9 F 10 B

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Summative test 5B 7

1 checked 2 mouse 3 lasagne


(Units 8 and 9) 4 headache 5 musical 6 theatre

Answer Key Function


Grammar 8
1
1a 2c 3a 4b 5b 6c 7a
1B 2A 3B 4A 5C 6B 7A 8a 9c 10 b
8C 9 C 10 A
9
2
1d 2j 3c 4f 5k 6i 7e 8g
1 We will go 2 is 3 to try 4 one 9h 10 b
5 Should I 6 should 7 Does 8 does
9 don’t have 10 will people live
11 won’t be 12 will live 10
Conversation 1
1F 2B 3D 4E 5H
3
Conversation 2
1 Whose 2 Will 3 should 4 would 6K 7J 8C 9G 10 I
5 high 6 which 7 much 8 yours
9 enough 10 yet

1 will do, help 2 don’t leave, won’t catch


3 do … do, don’t understand
4 Do … have to, is

Vocabulary
5

1 kind 2 download 3 cap 4 tight


5 tidy 6 make 7 vet 8 caravan
9 out 10 post office 11 sunny 12 tell
13 have 14 roast

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Unit test 1 short 2 beard 3 is 4 curly 5 dark

Welcome Unit A Function


7
Answer Key
1 Julia 2 from 3 languages
Grammar 4 Spanish 5 What 6 love 7 old
1 8 club 9 twice 10 want

1 do 2 comes 3 Does he go
4 doesn’t 5 goes

1 Has Lilia got a brother? 2 has


3 They haven’t got brown eyes.
4 Have you got a tennis racket?
5 haven’t
3

1 There are 2 Is there 3 there is


4 Are there 5 there aren’t

1 is drinking 2 Is … talking 3 is
4 Are … listening 5 aren’t

Vocabulary
5

1 Polish 2 Russia 3 French 4 Greek


5 Turkish

1b 2c 3a 4c 5b

1 swimming 2 basketball/tennis
3 tennis/basketball 4 a DVD/TV
5 TV/a DVD

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Unit test 1 long 2 has 3 is 4 straight 5 light

Welcome Unit B
Function
Answer Key 7

Grammar 1 you 2 from 3 What 4 often


1 5 times 6 Who 7 great 8 How
9 When 10 Let’s
1 don’t 2 Do you know 3 do
4 Does she live 5 lives

1 Have Lucy and Mark got a car?


2 haven’t 3 She hasn’t got long hair.
4 Has your brother got a camera?
5 has
3

1 Is there 2 there isn’t 3 There are


4 Is there 5 there is

1 is sitting 2 Is ... eating 3 isn’t


4 Are … watching 5 ’m not

Vocabulary
5

1 Mexico 2 Japanese 3 American


4 Canada 5 Brazilian

1c 2b 3a 4b 5c

1 shopping 2 a bike/a horse


3 a horse/a bike 4 football/the guitar
5 the guitar/football

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Unit test 1A Function
8
Answer Key
Grammar A1B 2F 3C 4E 5D

1 B6H 7K 8I 9J 10 G

1 are eating/’re eating 2 isn’t using


3 writes 4 don’t get 5 goes
6 teaches 7 are working/’re working

1a 2c 3b 4b 5b 6c 7c
3

1 any 2 Are 3 are 4 is 5 isn’t


6 any

Vocabulary
4

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

1 one pound ninety-nine


2 seventy-five pence
3 twenty-one pounds fifty

1 purse 2 battery 3 sunglasses


4 flip-flops 5 goggles

1 yoghurt 2 strawberries 3 olives


4 beans 5 beef

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Unit test 1B Function
8
Answer Key
Grammar A1C 2F 3D 4E 5B

1 B6H 7J 8K 9I 10 G

1 cook 2 drives 3 don’t eat 4 play


5 is watching/’s watching
6 don’t study 7 isn’t working

1b 2a 3a 4b 5c 6c 7b

1 some 2 Are 3 isn’t 4 are 5 any


6 no
Vocabulary
4

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

1 fifty pence
2 three pounds sixty
3 twelve pounds ninety-nine

1 bottle 2 belt 3 wallet 4 bracelet


5 radio

1 mushrooms 2 pears 3 olive oil


4 cake 5 lettuce

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Function
Unit test 2A 7

Answer Key 1 do 2 What 3 feel 4 don’t 5 idea


6 about 7 That’s 8 fancy 9 good
Grammar 10 Let’s
1

1 don’t mind cycling 2 loves running


3 don’t like playing 4 hates doing
5 enjoy swimming 6 prefers skiing

1 Eat fruit and vegetables on the day of


the marathon.
2 Get plenty of sleep the night before.
3 Don’t get up late.
4 Drink plenty of water.
5 Don’t forget to wear sunscreen.

1 mustn’t eat 2 must put


3 mustn’t push 4 must listen

1 ’m going to ride/am going to ride


2 Are they going to play
3 are/’re going to play
4 are you going to have
5 are going to make/’re going to make

Vocabulary
5

1b 2b 3a 4b 5c 6a 7c
8b

1 eye 2 ear 3 head 4 chest


5 waist 6 arm 7 wrist 8 finger
9 leg 10 ankle 11 foot 12 toe

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Function
Unit test 2B
7
Answer Key 1 How 2 visiting 3 boring 4 Let’s
Grammar 5 joking 6 Why 7 great 8 shall
9 about 10 idea
1

1 enjoy swimming 2 hates running


3 don’t mind playing
4 prefers ice–skating 5 hate falling
6 don’t like doing

1 Don’t race on the day before the


marathon.
2 Don’t eat any heavy food.
3 Drink plenty of water.
4 Wear comfortable shoes.
5 Remember to warm up before the race.

1 mustn’t play 2 must be


3 mustn’t run 4 mustn’t take

1 ’re going to play/are going to play


2 Is Sally going to have
3 is/’s going to have a party
4 are Pete and Tony going to do
5 ’re going to work/are going to work

Vocabulary
5

1b 2a 3b 4c 5b 6a 7a
8b

1 nose 2 tooth 3 hair 4 neck


5 back 6 shoulder 7 elbow 8 hand
9 thumb 10 knee 11 toe 12 foot

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Function
Unit test 3A 7

1 Is it OK if I use this chair?


Answer Key 2 Sorry, my friend is using it./Sorry, my
Grammar friend’s using it
3 Can I borrow your camera?
1 4 Actually, it’s a bit difficult./It’s a bit
difficult, actually.
1 warmer 2 tastier 3 smallest 5 May I sit at your table?
4 more comfortable 5 biggest 6 best 6 Actually, there isn’t much space./There
7 more beautiful 8 friendlier isn’t much space, actually.
7 Is it all right if I use your laptop?
2 8 Sorry, it's not working.
9 Can I stay at your house?
1 many 2 much 3 a few 4 much 10 Yes, of course.
5 a few 6 much 7 a lot of

1 heavy 2 long 3 wide 4 far 5 high

Vocabulary
4

1 fence 2 balcony 3 loft 4 steps


5 bathroom 6 floor

1 food 2 time 3 money 4 traffic


5 homework 6 luggage 7 rubbish

1 eight hundred and forty three


2 two thousand and sixty-five
3 twelve thousand and twenty
4 five hundred thousand
5 twelve million
6 six billion
7 nine trillion

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Unit test 3B Function
7
Answer Key
Grammar 1 Is it all right if I sit here?
2 Actually, there isn’t much space./There
1 isn’t much space, actually.
3 May I borrow your dictionary?
1 sunnier 2 better 3 oldest 4 I’m sorry, I’m using it./I am sorry, I am
4 cheaper 5 smallest using it.
6 most interesting 7 more exciting 5 Is it OK if I sit at your table?
8 bigger 6 Actually, there is someone sitting
there./There is someone sitting there,
2 actually.
7 Can I use your headphones?
1 much 2 a lot of 3 many 4 much 8 Sorry, they aren’t working.
5 a lot of 6 a few 7 much 9 Can I read your magazine?
10 No, of course not.
3

1 long 2 heavy 3 far 4 high 5 wide

Vocabulary
4

1 gate 2 chimney 3 roof 4 stairs


5 basement 6 landing

1 music 2 rubbish 3 food


4 homework 5 money 6 traffic
7 time

1 six hundred and fifty three


2 four thousand and fifteen
3 eighteen thousand and ninety
4 nine hundred thousand
5 fourteen million
6 eight billion
7 three trillion

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Unit test 4A 5

1G 2F 3H 4C 5D 6A 7E
Answer Key
Grammar 6

1 1a 2c 3b 4b 5c 6b 7a

1 Was 2 wasn’t 3 were 4 Were


5 was 6 Were 7 wasn’t Function
7
2
1 OK 2 happened 3 believe 4 didn’t
1 played 2 visited 3 waited 5 mind 6 really 7 late 8 matter
4 stopped 5 didn’t talk 6 Did we like 9 lost 10 again
7 did
3

1 got 2 fell 3 ran 4 didn’t buy


5 Did (you) come 6 did

Vocabulary
4

1 the ninth of February, two thousand


and fourteen
2 the twelfth of July, nineteen sixty-three
3 the eleventh of April, two thousand and
ten
4 the twenty-sixth of September,
nineteen twenty-eight
5 the thirtieth of November, eighteen
forty-two
6 the twenty-first of December, two
thousand and twenty-one

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Unit test 4B 5

1D 2A 3F 4H 5E 6C 7G
Answer Key
6
Grammar
1 1c 2a 3c 4a 5c 6b 7b

1 Were 2 were 3 was 4 Was


5 wasn’t 6 Was 7 was Function
7
2
1 matter 2 here 3 lost 4 Not
1 walked 2 helped 3 talked 5 very 6 late 7 all right 8 believe
4 didn’t study 5 loved 6 Did we want 9 Never 10 problem
7 didn’t

1 hurried 2 went 3 took 4 didn’t play


5 Did (you) get 6 didn’t

Vocabulary
4
1 the seventh of February, nineteen fifty-
six
2 the fourteenth of September, two
thousand and twelve
3 the twenty-ninth of August, two
thousand and five
4 the first of October, nineteen hundred
and eight
5 the thirteenth of March, two thousand
and forty-three
6 the twenty-fifth of July, seventeen
ninety-three

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Unit test 5A Vocabulary
4
Answer Key
Grammar 1 quietly 2 carefully 3 quickly
4 badly 5 early 6 clearly 7 slowly
1 8 late 9 well 10 easily

1 was she buying 2 wasn’t buying 5


3 was having 4 were you going
5 wasn’t 6 was taking 1 into 2 along / down 3 over 4 up
7 were people waiting 8 were selling
6
2
1G 2E 3B 4C 5D 6F
1 was going 2 was eating 3 saw
4 were chatting 5 asked
6 was picking up 7 drove Function
7
3 A1E 2D 3C 4B

1 where 2 which 3 who 4 where B5H 6I 7J 8G 9K 10 F


5 who

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Unit test 5B Vocabulary
4
Answer Key
Grammar 1 carelessly 2 late 3 quietly
4 carefully 5 easily 6 well 7 loudly
1 8 politely 9 slowly 10 hard

1 were 2 were watching 3 were riding 5


4 were they wearing 5 weren’t
6 Were you going 7 wasn’t going 1 out of 2 across 3 through 4 down
8 was walking
6
2
1C 2E 3G 4B 5D 6F
1 was riding 2 found 3 were running
4 was playing 5 twisted 6 dropped
7 was hiking Function
7
3
A1C 2B 3E 4D
1 who 2 where 3 who 4 which
5 who B5I 6G 7F 8H 9K 10 J

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Unit test 6A Vocabulary
4
Answer Key
Grammar 1K 2B 3D 4F 5E 6C 7I
8H 9J 10 G
1
5
1 isn’t quiet enough 2 isn’t cool enough
3 isn’t big enough 1 plane 2 moped 3 van 4 taxi
4 is too heavy/’s too heavy 5 minibus
5 is too far/’s too far
6
2
1 roast 2 ice 3 fruit 4 garlic
1 are ... going 2 are visiting/’re visiting 5 lemonade
3 is … arriving 4 is getting/’s getting
5 Are … doing 6 are
7 are having/’re having Function
8 Are … travelling 9 aren’t 7
10 are taking/’re taking
1 I’d 2 lamb 3 for 4 Would 5 salad
3 6 mineral 7 too 8 else 9 Not
10 bill
1 I like 2 I’d like 3 Would 4 Would
5 do

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Unit test 6B Vocabulary
4
Answer Key
Grammar 1F 2B 3H 4C 5E 6G 7I
8K 9 D 10 J
1
5
1 isn’t safe enough 2 is too cold/’s too
cold 3 aren’t cheap enough 4 isn’t 1 ferry 2 helicopter 3 tram
modern enough 5 is too noisy/’s too noisy 4 caravan 5 van

2 6

1 Are … going 2 aren’t 1 chips 2 pie 3 juice 4 spaghetti


3 are staying/’re staying 4 are … doing 5 fruit
5 am taking/’m taking 6 is … staying
7 is leaving/’s leaving 8 Are … going
9 are 10 are travelling/’re travelling Function
3 7

1 Would 2 I’d like 3 I like 4 Would 1 would 2 like 3 curry 4 anything


5 would 5 have 6 Not 7 thanks 8 else
9 fine 10 bill

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Unit test 7A Vocabulary
4
Answer Key
Grammar 1F 2K 3B 4C 5G 6H 7D
8J 9 E 10 I
1
5
1 done 2 ridden 3 tried 4 gone/been
5 eaten 1 rock 2 reggae 3 jazz 4 classical
5 country 6 soul 7 hip-hop 8 folk
2 9 techno 10 pop

1 have
2 Have they played this computer game Function
already?/Have they already played this 6
computer game?
3 haven’t 1E 2B 3C 4F 5D
4 We haven’t started our homework yet.
5 I have been windsurfing twice
already./I’ve been windsurfing twice 7
already./I have already been windsurfing
twice./I’ve already been windsurfing 1b 2a 3b 4a 5a
twice.
6 Tony has just bought a new computer
3

1 have 2 went
3 have never played/’ve never played
4 Have 5 haven’t 6 saw 7 sang
8 have never met/’ve never met 9 got

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Unit test 7B Vocabulary
4
Answer Key
Grammar 1H 2D 3J 4I 5B 6C 7F
8K 9 E 10 G
1
5
1 drunk 2 had 3 broken 4 made
5 lost 1 classical 2 soul 3 reggae
4 hip-hop 5 rock 6 folk 7 techno
2 8 country 9 pop 10 jazz

1 haven’t
2 Has Tony bought a birthday present Function
already?/Has Tony already bought a 6
birthday present?
3 has
4 They haven’t played this computer 1D 2E 3B 4F 5C
game yet.
5 Kylie has just won the lottery. 7
6 We have written three songs
already./We’ve written three songs 1a 2a 3a 4b 5b
already./We have already written three
songs./We’ve already written three
songs.

1 haven’t 2 watched 3 went


4 have never been/’ve never been
5 Has ... ever played 6 have 7 won
8 bought 9 haven’t tried … yet

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Unit test 8A
Answer Key
Grammar
1

1 gets, answers 2 misses, rides


3 lose, don’t finish 4 don’t go, fall

1 won’t have 2 will be/’ll be


3 will grow/’ll grow 4 won’t have
5 won’t eat 6 Will … be 7 will
8 will be/’ll be

1 do, will help 2 don’t have, will have


3 won’t access, don’t get
4 will get, click

Vocabulary
4

1F 2E 3B 4H 5I 6C 7G
8D

1 sunny 2 cloudy 3 snowy/snowing


4 windy 5 foggy

1b 2c 3a 4c 5b 6a 7c

Function
7

1 matter 2 flat 3 I’ll 4 charger


5 something 6 wrong 7 work
8 connect 9 Shall 10 look

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Unit test 8B
Answer Key
Grammar
1

1 start, don’t stop 2 are, don’t have


3 watches, isn’t 4 doesn’t keep, gets

1 won’t travel 2 won’t be


3 will do/’ll do 4 Will … go 5 won’t
6 won’t 7 will stay/’ll stay 8 Will … be
3

1 need, will help 2 will get, use


3 don’t read, won’t understand
4 won’t work, don’t connect

Vocabulary
4

1F 2C 3H 4G 5D 6I 7E
8B

1 snowy/snowing 2 windy 3 sunny


4 foggy 5 cloudy

1c 2a 3a 4a 5c 6b 7c

Function
7

1 wrong 2 broken 3 work 4 repair


5 please 6 There’s 7 matter 8 get
9 I’ll 10 kind

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Unit test 9A Vocabulary
5
Answer Key
Grammar 1 spotted 2 striped/scarf 3
scarf/striped 4 plain/jacket 5
1 jacket/plain 6 zip 7 pocket 8
flowery/ leggins
1 ones 2 ones 3 ones 4 ones 9 leggins/flowery 10 boots
5 one 6 one
6
2
1 stomach ache 2 temperature 3
1 should … do 2 shouldn’t go hurts 4 sore throat 5 well
3 should take 4 Should … play
5 shouldn’t 6 should stay 7

3 1C 2D 3F 4E 5B

1 They have to cook breakfast. Function


2 Peter doesn’t have to wash the car.
3 Do we have to go shopping? 8
4 No, you don’t.
A
1D 2E 3B 4F 5C
4
B
1 wants to play 2 don’t want to go 3 want 6I 7K 8H 9G 10 J
her to learn 4 want you to get

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Unit test 9B Vocabulary
5
Answer Key
Grammar 1 cap 2 checked/tie 3 tie/checked 4
patterned/jacket 5 jacket/patterned 6
1 shirt 7 baggy/trousers 8
trousers/baggy 9 pocket 10 trainers
1 ones 2 one 3 one 4 one 5 ones
6 ones 6

2 1 toothache 2 sick 3 earache


4 cough 5 flu
1 should … do 2 should see
3 shouldn’t go 4 Should … stay 7
5 should 6 should drink
1E 2F 3C 4B 5D
3
Function
1 Katie has to wash the car.
2 We don’t have to get up early. 8
3 Do I have to take out the rubbish?
4 Yes, you do. A
1F 2B 3E 4C 5D
4 B
6K 7J 8H 9G 10 I
1 wants to eat 2 don’t want to get up
3 wants me to help
4 don’t want him to go

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