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Workbook answer key A2

Starter unit 5 He isn’t 19. 6 We aren’t in New York. 4


7 I’m not a Spanish speaker. 1 cats’ 2 grandmother’s 3 Owen’s
Vocabulary p4 8 The answer isn’t on the board. 4 parents’ 5 aunt’s 6 Jake’s
1 4 5
c 1
d 2 1 our 2 her 3 their 4 My 5 Its 1 Pete’s parents’ names are Dave and Jenny.
6 His 7 Your 2 Jenny’s eyes are small and brown.
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m c 5 3 Dave’s beard is short and grey.
3 4 2 No, they aren’t. They’re in Portugal. 4 Pete’s sisters’ names are Fran and Gail.
p p t e x t b o o k
3 No, it isn’t. It’s in the US. 5 Jenny’s brother’s name is Craig.
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5
4 No, he isn’t. He’s Australian. 6 Craig’s daughter Wendy is Pete’s parents’
n o t e b o o k niece.
5 No, they aren’t. They’re in Australia.
e n 6
r a c6
Speaking p7 1 These books are for my friends.
r h 1 2 Are those your teachers?
7
c d 8p l a y 9
e r a 1 e 2 d 3 b 4 f 5 a 6 c 3 Are these films on DVD?
e u i 4 Are those students Australian?
10
Vocabulary p7
n b o a r d 5 These cats’ eyes are yellow.
1 6 Are those singers German?
c b
1 Wednesday 2 Tuesday 3 Monday
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11
r u l e r 4 Thursday 5 Friday 6 Saturday 7
l r 7 Sunday 1 this 2 that 3 these 4 those
2 2 Grammar revision p10
1 yellow 2 green 3 black 4 grey 1 January 2 April 3 October
1
5 brown 6 pink 7 blue 8 purple 4 November 5 May
a my b you c he d it e her f its
9 white 10 orange 3 g our h you i your j their
3 2 first 3 December 4 Tuesday
2
2 Can you repeat that please? 5 eighth 6 Saturday
1 are, ’m 2 Is, is 3 Is, ’s 4 Are, are
3 What does alphabet mean? 4 5 are, aren’t
4 How do you say that in English? 2 The twenty-fourth of December
3
5 How do you spell that? 3 The twenty-first of March
1 My, isn’t 2 are, their 3 Our, are
4 4 The eleventh of June 4 is, his 5 Your, isn’t 6 My, is
1 b 2 c 3 d 4 a 5 The third of November
4
6 The twenty-second of August
2 Have your grandparents got a cat?, No,
Vocabulary p5 7 The seventeenth of January they haven’t. 3 Has your teacher got
1 8 The fourth of July glasses?, Yes, he/she has. 4 Have your
1 Ireland 2 Washington DC parents got brothers and sisters?, Yes, they
3 Canadian 4 Irish 5 Canada Vocabulary p8 have. 5 Have you got a nephew or a
2 1 niece?, No, I haven’t.
Annalisa 1 grandmother 2 grandfather 5
3 mother (example) 4 father 5 aunt 1 Paul’s children are all thin.
3
6 uncle 7 sister 8 brother 9 cousin 2 My brothers’ names are Luke and Paul.
1 T 2 F 3 F 4 T 5 T 6 F 7 T
8 T 2 3 My grandparents’ birthdays are in May
1 grandmother 2 cousin 3 niece and June.
4 4 uncle 5 wife 6 nephew
1 green, white, red – a Italy
4 Our teacher’s desk is by the window.
3 5 My aunt Mary’s eyes are blue.
2 red, white – b Turkey
1 tall 2 long 3 brown 4 short 6 His father’s beard isn’t very long.
3 white, red – c Japan
5 glasses
4 red, white, blue – d the UK 6
4 1 This 2 That 3 this 4 Those
5 blue, white, yellow – e Argentina
1 b 2 d 3 a 5 these 6 That
6 red, white – f Switzerland
Grammar in context p9 7
Grammar in context p6 1 Have Has your brother Henry got long
1 dark hair?
1 1 has got 2 have got 3 have got
a are b aren’t c isn’t d Am e Is 2 Their parent’s parents’ names are Eleanor
4 has got 5 have got 6 have got and Wilfred.
f are g aren’t h is i isn’t
2 3 These This film is my favourite.
2 1 Claire hasn’t got a car. 2 Jack hasn’t 4 Her mothers mother’s mother is her
2 I’m from Oxford. 3 Kelly’s an Irish got a beard. 3 Mr and Mrs Barker have grandmother.
name. 4 We aren’t all from Australia. got a car. 4 Mr Barker hasn’t got glasses.
5 He isn’t 17, he’s 18. 6 I’m not your 5 I’s I’ve got my dance class in ten minutes.
5 Mrs Barker and the children have got
teacher. 7 We’re in the classroom. 6 Is those that boy your brother or your
dark hair. 6 They haven’t got a cat in this
cousin?
3 family.
7 Her children children’s names are Will
2 You aren’t from Germany. 3 He isn’t 3 and Tom.
Australian. 4 They aren’t all students. 1 e 2 f 3 c 4 a 5 b 6 d

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8 Have Are you Australian? 5 Vocabulary and Listening p15


9 Their grandparents’ grandparents are 80 2 I like listening to music. 3 I love taking 1
years old. photos. 4 I hate doing sport. 5 I love
cinema shopping centre
10 My son have has got brown eyes. chatting online. 6 I think playing the
restaurant sports centre
11 His cousin’s cousins’ names are Susan piano is OK.
library stadium
and Emma. museum swimming pool
12 Are these pens your teachers teacher’s? VOCABULARY EXTENSION p12
park theatre
6
Vocabulary revision p11 2
1 dry 2 clean 3 call 4 wake 5 read
1 restaurant 2 cinema 3 shopping
1 6 go
centre 4 stadium 5 park 6 library
1 g 2 a 3 f 4 h 5 c 6 b 7 e
Reading p13 3
8 d
1 b
2
c 4
1 seventeenth 2 tenth 3 twenty-sixth
2 1 shopping centre 2 fast-food restaurant
4 eighteenth 5 eleventh
1 F 2 F 3 T 4 NM 5 F 6 NM 3 cinema 4 sports centre 5 swimming
6 twenty-second pool 6 stadium 7 museum 8 library
7 T 8 NM
3 9 park
1 ORANGE 3
Circle: theatre
2 PURPLE 1 A 2 D 3 A 4 D 5 D
5
3 BROWN 4 1 B 2 K 3 T 4 T 5 K 6 B 7 B
4 WHITE 1 connect 2 hobbies 3 great
4 practise 5 marks 6
5 GREEN 2 Becky’s family have got a new dog.
6 YELLOW 5 3 Kate does her homework at the library.
1 marks 2 hobbies 3 practise
4 4 Tom goes to football matches with his
4 connect 5 great
a Tuesday b Wednesday c Friday dad. 5 Becky’s school is near her home.
d Sunday e February f March Grammar in context p14 6 Correct 7 Becky asks Tessa to come
g April h June i July j September and stay.
1a
k October l December a don’t b doesn’t VOCABULARY EXTENSION p15
5 1b
2 Ellie’s birthday is on March the tenth. 7
a teaches b study 1 f nightclub d 2 d skate park b 3 b
3 Olivia’s birthday is on May the twenty-
first. 4 Jack’s birthday is on July the 2 art gallery e 4 c Internet café a 5 e ice
eighteenth. 5 Mum’s birthday is on 2 takes 3 doesn’t do 4 don’t rink c 6 a beauty salon f
August the twenty-second. 6 Dad’s watch 5 clean 6 asks 7 don’t have
birthday is on September the third. 8 studies 9 talk 10 stand Grammar in context p16
7 Rob’s birthday is on October the twenty- 3 1
eighth. 8 My birthday is on December 1 Gina likes going shopping. 2 She 1 never 2 always 3 often 4 usually
the twenty-fourth. loves drawing. 3 She doesn’t like doing 5 hardly ever 6 sometimes
6 homework. 4 She hates watching sports 2
1 cousin 2 dark 3 aunt 4 tall on TV. 5 Luke likes surfing the Internet. 1 I never go to the cinema. 2 We don’t
5 niece 6 brown 6 He loves playing football. 7 He doesn’t usually have a break. 3 It is always sunny
like playing tennis. 8 He hates playing here. 4 Tommy hardly ever goes to the
the guitar.
Unit 1 4
park. 5 John is often late.
3
Vocabulary p12 1 in 2 at 3 on 4 in 5 at 6 at 1 a, d 2 e, g
7 on
1 4
1 maths 2 biology 3 French a Does b Do c don’t
GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p14
4 geography 5 chemistry 6 music
5 5
7 art 8 English
1 Tania doesn’t does/doesn’t do her 2 Does he eat lunch at school?
2 3 Do they have guitar lessons at the
homework in her bedroom. 2 He finishs
1 d 2 e 3 a 4 f 5 b 6 c weekend? 4 Does she study French?
finishes classes and goes to the gym after
3 school. 3 Our lessons starts start at half 5 Do you teach biology?
1 by 2 gets 3 have 4 have 5 go past eight. We has have got biology on 6
6 do 7 goes Thursdays. 4 We asks ask the teacher 1 d 2 b 3 f 4 e 5 c 6 a
4 when we don’t understand. 5 The girls 7
1 chat online 2 do sport aren’t go to don’t go home at four o’clock. 1 Why 2 What 3 How 4 Which
3 go shopping 4 go out with friends 6 He doesn’t likes like history or art. 5 When 6 Who
5 listen to music 6 play the piano 7 I doesn’t don’t go to dance classes at the
weekend. 8 My friends dog have friend’s
8
7 surf the Internet 8 take photos
dog has got lots of toys. 1 How do you go to school? 2 When do
9 watch films
you do your homework? 3 Why do you
like physics?

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GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p16 9 CD player 10 games console 11 TV


Revision: Unit 1 12 lamp 13 DVD player 14 mirror
9
1 Kay: Where to do you go for your ICT 15 bed
Grammar p19
lesson? 4
2 Jake: Room 21. Where Do you go there 1 1 armchair 2 toilet 3 bath 4 chair
for ICT? 1 get 2 plays 3 have 4 read 5 cupboard 6 desk 7 shelf 8 shower
5 goes 9 sink 10 sofa 11 table 12 window
3 Kay: No, I don’t. I don’t not do ICT this
year. 2 5
4 Jake: Which does subject do you like 1 Harry doesn’t like homework. 1 shelf 2 table 3 desk 4 shower
best? 2 They don’t play music in class. 5 armchair 6 sofa
5 Kay: I do like sports lessons. I love 3 We don’t have lunch at school.
badminton. 4 She doesn’t clean her teeth before VOCABULARY EXTENSION p20
6 Jake: When time do you play? breakfast. 6
7 Kay: After go school and at weekends. 5 I don’t go to bed early on Saturdays. 1 wardrobe 2 floor 3 bed
Do you play? 3 4 cupboard 5 sofa
8 Jake: Yes, I do. I love it but. 1 at 2 at 3 on 4 in 5 on
Reading p21
Developing speaking p17 4
1 Do you go home at 4 pm? 2 Does she 1
1 have lunch with you? 3 Do we have an one person
a brother b four c doesn’t go English lesson today? 4 Do they watch 2
d five e subjects f English g listens TV every day? 5 Does he read Spanish armchair, kettle, mirror, pictures
h watches books? 6 Do you have a break at school? 3
2 5 1 one 2 Two people 3 doesn’t live
Students’ own answers 1 My sister is always very happy. 4 bad 5 didn’t plan 6 very close to
3 2 They hardly ever go to school by bike. 4
1 but 2 and 3 and 4 and 3 I never watch TV in the kitchen. 1 F 2 F 3 O 4 F 5 O 6 F
5 because 6 but 4 His big brother often makes the dinner. 5
4 5 We sometimes listen to good music in b online
/s/: lots maths parents’ science subjects the car. 6
/z/: DVDs games music name’s she’s 1 tiny 2 narrow 3 wide 4 stairs
Vocabulary p19
5 ladder
DESCRIBING PICTURES p17 1
7
5 1 art 2 history 3 geography 4 maths
1 stairs 2 ladder 3 wide 4 tiny
Students’ own answers 5 biology 6 ICT 7 French 8 PE
5 narrow
6 2
1 I think this school is in England. 1 finishes 2 surfs 3 watches 4 does Grammar in context p22
2 I think it’s break time because the 5 goes 6 plays 7 chats 8 studies 1
students aren’t in the classroom. 9 eats 10 gets a is b are c isn’t d aren’t e there
3 The students wear a uniform. 3 f Yes g is h are i No j aren’t
4 My school is very different. We don’t 1 d 2 e 3 a 4 h 5 f 6 b 7 g 2
wear a uniform. We wear normal clothes. 8 c 1 There are 2 Is there, there is
7 3 are there 4 There are 5 There isn’t
Students’ own answers Unit 2 6 Are there, there aren’t
Vocabulary p20 3
Developing writing p18
1 There is 2 There isn’t 3 There are
1 1 4 There is 5 There isn’t 6 There aren’t
1 Canberra 2 me 3 mum 4 dad 1 kitchen 2 garden 3 hall
4
5 Cowbridge 6 sports 7 ICT 4 bathroom 5 dining room 6 garage
1 on 2 in front of 3 on 4 under
8 Please 7 bedroom 8 living room
5 near 6 in
2 2
5
1 F 2 F 3 T 4 T 5 T 2 No, she doesn’t. She sleeps in the
Suggested answers
3 bedroom.
2 In a, there are trainers on the bed. In b,
Ben 3 No, they don’t. They put the car in the
they are under the bed.
garage.
4 3 In a, there are three posters on the wall.
4 No, they don’t. They play football in the
1 the names of your brothers, sisters and In b, there’s only one.
garden.
parents 2 what you look like 3 subject 4 In a, there’s a CD on the floor. In b, there
likes and dislikes 4 what you do every 5 No, he doesn’t. He has a shower in the
isn’t.
day bathroom.
5 In a, there are two cups. In b, there is
6 No, I don’t. I watch TV in the living room.
5 one cup on the table.
Students’ own answers 3 6 In a, there aren’t any books on the
1 poster 2 clock 3 computer shelves. In b, there are books on the
4 microwave 5 radiator 6 washing shelves.
machine 7 fridge 8 cooker

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7 In b, the clock is on the bedside table. In Grammar in context p24 Developing writing p26
a, it is under the bedside table.
1 1
8 In b, the laptop is on the table. In a, it is a am/’m b aren’t c isn’t d are/’re 1 a cottage 2 a terraced house
on the floor. e aren’t 3 a bungalow 4 a flat 5 a houseboat
2 6 a detached house
GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p22
1 are watching 2 is swimming 3 isn’t 2
6 listening 4 are learning 5 is sleeping a an indoor swimming pool with music
My friend is has got a small house in France. 6 am not sitting 7 is eating 8 are b tennis courts c an enormous kitchen
It’s really beautiful. It’s near a village and cooking d a garage e a spectacular garden
there aren’t a few shops so you can buy
3 f a large library with all the books you want
food. The house is very old and it’s got a
1 Is Tom eating his lunch? Yes, he is. g a private theatre and cinema
big garden with grass and flowers. There
are is a farm next to the house and cows 2 Is Simone playing tennis? No, she isn’t. 3
come sometimes into their garden! Inside 3 Are Mum and Dad washing the dishes? 1 beautiful 2 lovely 3 spectacular
the house there is are three bedrooms. Yes, they are. 4 Is your brother cleaning 4 colourful 5 ideal 6 enormous
There aren’t isn’t a shower in the bathroom, his room? No, he isn’t. 5 Are those 4
but that’s OK. In my favourite room there is students listening to the teacher? No, they Location: in a city, in the country, in the
a white carpet and there are pictures of the aren’t. 6 Are you doing your homework? mountains, near a village, near the sea.
village in on the walls. On In the living room Yes, I am. 7 Is he watching TV? No, he
Special rooms or features: games room,
there are is a big fire and the cat usually sits isn’t. 8 Is she practising the piano? Yes,
modern technology, pretty garden,
in behind front of it! Is there a dog, too? No, she is.
swimming pool.
there aren’t isn’t. The cat is happy! 4 Household objects or furniture: antique
1 having 2 coming 3 running furniture, big TV screens, expensive
Vocabulary and listening p23 4 dancing 5 using 6 writing paintings, water bed
1 7 studying 8 putting 5
1 rubbish 2 washing 3 dishes 4 lay 5 Students’ own answers
5 tidy 6 cook 7 shopping 8 ironing 1 always get 2 is cooking 3 Do you go
9 make 4 Are you phoning 5 I’m waiting
2 6 don’t like Revision: Units 1–2
Sara Paula Jim Kim
GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p24 Grammar p27
tidy up ✓✓ ✓✓ ✗✗ ✓ 6 1
do the a ’m having b is c are sitting d (are) 1 There are 2 there aren’t 3 Is there
washing
✓ ✓✓ drinking e is shining f are staying 4 There aren’t 5 Are there
do the
g have h look i have j visit 2
ironing
● k ’m sending i are standing
1 behind 2 under 3 at 4 on 5 in
take the Developing speaking p25 6 in 7 on 8 above 9 in 10 on
rubbish out
● 3
1
wash the 1 are playing 2 is making 3 are
a that b speaking c Hang d leave
dishes
✗✗ watching 4 are doing 5 Is, having
e Can f Sure g 07095 234187
h 07095 234181 i 07095 234187 4
lay the
table
✗✗ j 07095 234187 1 have 2 don’t speak 3 I’m doing
4 Is Mum cooking 5 we’re studying
do the 2
shopping
● ✓ ✓✓ 1 A 2 A 3 A 4 C 5 A 6 A 7 C Vocabulary p27
8 C
cook ● 1
3
a kitchen b fridge c microwave
make my 1 /iː/ 2 /ai/ 3 /i/ 4 /i/ 5 /iː/
bed
✓✓ ✗✗ d washing machine e garage
6 /iː/ 7 /ai/ 8 /i/ 9 /iː/ 10 /ai/
11 /i/ 12 /ai/ 2
3 1 g 2 f 3 i 4 b 5 e 6 h 7 j
1 Kim 2 Paula 3 Sara 4 Kim 5 Jim 8 a 9 c 10 d
DESCRIBING PICTURES p25
4 3
4
2 Paula usually does the washing. 1 beauty salon 2 bathroom
1 two 2 two bedrooms, a study and
3 Jim sometimes takes the rubbish out. 3 cupboard 4 light 5 museum
a bathroom 3 dining room, living
4 Kim always does the shopping. 6 theatre
room, kitchen, hall, toilet and garage
5 Sara sometimes does the ironing. 4 Students’ own answer
6 Kim never makes the bed. 5 Gateway to exams: Units 1–2
a ground b big c shower d On the
VOCABULARY EXTENSION p23 e also f course g kitchen h next to Reading p28
5 6
1 load/empty 2 feed 3 clean 4 walk
1
Students’ own answers 1 F 2 T 3 NM 4 F 5 T 6 F 7 T
5 dust 6 water
8 T 9 NM 10 NM

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Listening p28 4 -er/-or: golfer, sailor, skater,


2 1 adventure 2 crawl 3 set off -ist/-ast: gymnast,
4 successful 5 survive 6 crevasse
1 f 2 a, d 3 h 4 g 5 e Grammar in context p34
5
Use of English p29 1 successful 2 set off 3 survive 1
4 crawls 5 adventure 6 crevasses 1 T 2 F 3 F
3
1 C 2 B 3 A 4 B 5 B 6 A 7 B 2
Grammar in context p32 1 has to get up 2 have to be 3 have
8 C 9 B
1 to run 4 has to speak 5 have to study
Writing p29 a can b can’t c can’t 6 has to work
4 2 3
Students’ own answers 1 ability 2 possibilities 1 Does Sally have to wear a uniform?
3 2 You have to be fit to play rugby
COMMON MISTAKES p29 well. 3 We don’t have to practise a lot
1 Our PE teacher can climb mountains
at weekends. 4 Do they have to buy
5 2 I’m sorry but I can’t hear you. expensive shoes for the race? 5 He
1 My parents doesn’t don’t go to work early. 3 We can all ski really well. doesn’t have to practise every day.
2 My birthday is at on 4th October. 4 My brother can’t get up early. 4
3 We’ve got a new baby sister and she crys 5 Can you speak Chinese? 1 You mustn’t dive.
cries all the time!
4 2 You mustn’t ride a bike.
4 I am coming come from a small village. It 1 can’t 2 can 3 can’t 4 can 5 can’t
is by near Madrid. 3 You must be quiet.
5 4 You must keep off the grass.
5 My brother studies is studying on the
computer at the moment. Can I give him a 2 can ski, but he can’t climb mountains. 5 You mustn’t play ball games here.
message? 3 can swim, but she can’t dive. 4 can 6 You must wear trainers.
run, but they can’t skate 5 can ride a
6 Please write me write to me soon.
horse, but I can’t ride a bike. 5
7 Yes, I am Cathy speaking. 1 don’t have to f 2 mustn’t d
6 3 mustn’t a 4 don’t have to c
8 There aren’t isn’t a clock in the kitchen.
badly hard slowly 5 mustn’t b 6 don’t have to e
9 We are have having dinner now. Can you
regular adverbs: badly, slowly
phone again later?
10 In the picture the man stands is standing
7 GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p34
next next to his young son. 1 calmly 2 carefully 3 early 4 fast 6
5 well 6 hard 7 late 8 slowly 1 I have to take the dog for a walk.
8
Unit 3 1 late 2 early 3 carefully 4 slowly
2 I have to tidy my room. 3 I have to buy
eggs and bread. 4 I must phone Mum./
Vocabulary p30 5 calmly 6 fast 7 hard 8 well I mustn’t forget to phone Mum.
1 5 I mustn’t sleep late. 6 I mustn’t stay
GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p32 online too long. 7 I don’t have to make
1 head 2 back 3 shoulder 4 mouth
5 neck 6 arm 7 wrist 8 hand 9 dinner. 8 I don’t have to wait for Dad.
9 knee 10 ankle 11 foot 12 toes 2 She talks quietly 9 I don’t have to wash the dishes.
2 3 They don’t do the exercise slowly.
Developing speaking p35
1 arm 2 back 3 wrist 4 feet 4 Be quick! You are late.
5 Her brother works hard.
1
5 fingers 6 knee 7 head 8 ankle
Brights Leisure Centre on Saturday mornings
9 neck 10 shoulders 11 mouth 6 Answer the question carefully.
from 10–12, Levels: Beginners – Advanced,
12 toes
Vocabulary and listening p33 Cost: £5 per week, £100 per year
3
2
1 d 2 g 3 b 4 h 5 f 6 a 7 c 1
1 I’d like some information about the judo
8 e 1 golf 2 rugby 3 climbing 4 tennis
club, please. 2 Can you tell me when
4 5 football 6 basketball 7 ice skating
the club meets? 3 How can I help you?
1 run 2 drinking 3 ski 4 skating 8 sailing 9 cycling 10 baseball
4 How much does it cost? 5 Sorry, can
5 climbing (gymnastics)
you repeat that? 6 Do I have to bring
2 special clothes? 7 Thanks for your help.
VOCABULARY EXTENSION p30 1 c 2 a 3 d 4 b 8 Thank you for calling.
5 3 3
1 forehead 2 eye 3 eyebrow 4 ear 1 partner 2 the weather 3 fit a How can I help you? b Can you tell me
5 cheek 6 lip 7 teeth 8 chin 4 ground 5 white 6 five 7 dancing when the club meets? c Sorry, can you
4 repeat that? d How much does it cost?
Reading p31 A Speaker 4 B Speaker 1 e Thanks for your help. f Thank you for
1 C Speaker 2 D Speaker 3 calling.
c 4
2 VOCABULARY EXTENSION p33 1 leisure 2 usually 3 television
1 b 2 c 3 b 4 c 5 4 decision
3 add ‘player’: basketball player, rugby player,
1 b 2 c 3 a 4 d tennis player, volleyball player

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DESCRIBING PICTURES p35 6 3


5 a at b at c At d at e on f on 2 Were you in bed at 8 am on Sunday? No,
Students’ own answers g on h In I wasn’t. 3 Was Miss Williams at school at
9 am today? Yes, she was. 4 Were your
6 Vocabulary p37 friends at the swimming pool last Saturday?
1 a group of young people – teenagers
1 No, they weren’t. 5 Was Kim at your
2 in a street 3 street dancing. One
1 fingers 2 head 3 eyes 4 stomach house yesterday? Yes, she was.
boy has his feet in the air. Two boys are
watching him. They’re concentrating. 5 legs 4
4 feeling happy 5 Yes, because it’s fun. 2 1 couldn’t 2 couldn’t 3 buy
1 tennis 2 skating 3 racket 4 basket 4 couldn’t 5 use
7
Students’ own answers 5 individual 5
3 1 could ride a bike 2 She couldn’t ice
Developing writing p36 1 throw 2 correct 3 ride 4 kicks skate. 3 She could ride a horse. 4 She
1 5 swim couldn’t speak French. 5 She could ski.
Irish dancing workshop
6 She could use a computer.
2 Unit 4 GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p40
1 a We meet every Wednesday at 7.30 pm.
Vocabulary p38 6
b We meet in the Junior School hall from
1 were, wasn’t, couldn’t 2 wasn’t,
10 am to 4 pm on Saturday. 1
2 a Contact Dave on … b Call Pat couldn’t, wasn’t 3 Could, couldn’t, was
1 Argentina 2 Brazil 3 Egypt
Brown on … 3 Don’t be shy!, Come and 4 were, couldn’t, Were 5 were, was,
4 France 5 Slovakia 6 Italy 7 Japan
play with us!, Bring your table tennis bat, could, was, couldn’t
8 Russia 9 Spain 10 Switzerland
Contact Dave, Bring your dancing shoes, 11 Poland 12 Turkey Vocabulary and Listening p41
Call Pat
2 1
3 2 Brazilian 3 Egyptian 4 French 1 underground 2 tram 3 bus
Use short questions. Give essential 5 Slovak 6 Italian 7 Japanese 4 moped 5 van 6 helicopter 7 taxi
information. Make sure your sentences are 8 Russian 9 Spanish 10 Swiss 8 car 9 lorry 10 ship 11 coach
clear. Tell people what to do. 11 Polish 12 Turkish 12 motorbike
4 3
1 When does the cycling club meet?
2
1 guidebook 2 luggage 3 sightseeing 1 ship 2 taxi 3 tram 4 underground
2 Where does the cycling club go? 4 tickets 5 travel agency 6 souvenir
3 What does the cycling club do? 5 bus 6 van
4 Who do I contact? VOCABULARY EXTENSION p38 3
5 1 train 2 car
4
Students’ own answers 1 d 2 a 3 e 4 c 5 f 6 b 4
1 bus coach taxi 2 c 3 b
Reading p39 5
Revision: Units 1–3
1 2 eight o’clock 3 fifteen minutes
b 4 8.30 5 20 minutes 6 10 7 8.15
Grammar p37
2
1 1 b 2 a 3 b 4 b 5 a 6 b VOCABULARY EXTENSION p41
1 can 2 can’t 3 can’t 4 can 5 can’t 6
3
2 1 A 2 F 3 A 4 F 5 A 6 F 1 boot
1 well 2 hard 3 badly 4 fast 2 windscreen wipers
5 patiently 4
1 tradition 2 answer 3 volunteers 3 windscreen
3 4 tragically 5 balcony 6 site 4 steering wheel
1 We usually sit in the classroom quietly 7 padlock 5 wheels
when we’re waiting for the teacher. 6 bonnet
5
2 My dad never drives his car dangerously. 7 number plate
1 answer 2 tradition 3 volunteers
3 It is sometimes difficult to work hard 4 balcony 5 site 7
when I’m tired.
1 seat belt 2 bonnet
4 My sister hardly ever walks slowly Grammar in context p40 3 number plate 4 windscreen wipers
because she’s always in a hurry.
1 5 boot 6 steering wheel 7 wheels
5 Do you usually type carefully when a was b were c wasn’t d weren’t 8 windscreen
you’re working on your computer?
e Was f Were g wasn’t h were
4 Grammar in context p42
2
1 mustn’t 2 have to 3 has to 1
1 was 2 wasn’t 3 were 4 Were,
4 must 5 don’t have to weren’t 5 Was, was 6 weren’t, were a wanted b hated c carried
5 d travelled
1 can’t 2 can’t 3 mustn’t 2
4 don’t have to 5 don’t have to 1 studied 2 walked 3 stopped
4 arrived 5 tried 6 wanted 7 chatted
8 phoned

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3 5 I usually have to tidying tidy my room at


1 i 2 h 3 b 4 e 5 g 6 d 7 a
Revision: Units 1–4 the weekend.
8 j 9 f 10 c 6 We didn’t lived live in Paris when I was a
4 Grammar p45 child.
1 went 2 made 3 spoke 4 bought 1 7 I weren’t wasn’t interested in sport when
5 saw 6 had 7 came a weren’t b were c couldn’t d was I were was young.
5 e could f wasn’t 8 Can you say tell me what time the
1 went 2 ate 3 watched 4 did 2 lessons begin?
5 wore 6 played 1 chatted 2 did 3 caught 4 saw 9 Dear my friend Caspar, I hope you are
5 arrived 6 taught 7 carried 8 loved well.
GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p42 9 made 10 swam 10 I couldn’t playing play tennis goodly well
3 when I started.
6
Hello from Brighton! We got here yesterday. 1 spoke, lived 2 went, watched 11 We catched caught the train to the
This morning we couldn’t not have breakfast 3 walked, bought 4 hated, came airport at 5.30.
because we was were too late! Yesterday, 12 I was go went to the US two years ago.
4
we gone went to the beach. We buyed a had b hate c does d was
bought Sam an ice cream but he droped e went f don’t have to g am sitting Unit 5
dropped it. We all swimmed swam in the h want i saw j liked
sea and I sitted sat in the sun with Sam. He Vocabulary p48
catched caught a fish in his little net and Vocabulary p45 1
then he putted put it back in the water. It’s 1 factory 2 restaurant 3 hospital
1
really great here. 4 office 5 garage 6 studio
1 Russia 2 Turkey 3 Ireland
Developing speaking p43 4 Greece 5 Argentina 2
2 1 school 2 studio 3 office 4 clinic
1
1 guidebook 2 luggage 3 passport 5 restaurant 6 factory 7 outdoors
1 i 2 j 3 b 4 l 5 g 6 f 7 k 8 (shoe) shop 9 garage 10 hospital
8 c 9 h 10 d 11 a 12 e 4 souvenir 5 sightseeing
3 3
2
1 plane, helicopter 2 boat, ship 3 bus, teacher waiter
1 London 2 my parents 3 coach
4 five days 5 a long time 6 fantastic coach 4 taxi, car 5 trains, underground, singer secretary
7 with my grandparents/in a big house tram doctor shop assistant
(by a park) 8 an art gallery and the 4 engineer farmer
theatre 9 some monuments 10 fish 1 leg 2 hall 3 mirror 4 fingers nurse mechanic
and chips and ice cream 11 some 5 judo 4
souvenirs 12 Last Monday 2 singer – studio 3 doctor – hospital,
3 clinic 4 engineer – factory, outdoors
Gateway to exams: Units 3–4
/ae/: chat, fantastic, gallery, van 5 nurse – hospital, clinic 6 waiter –
/or/: caught, morning, passport, saw, walk restaurant 7 secretary – office 8 shop
/a:/: art, car, France, last, park, past
Reading p46 assistant – shop 9 farmer – outdoors
1 10 mechanic – garage
DESCRIBING PICTURES p43 1 c 2 c 3 a 4 b 5 b 6 c 5
4 1 b 2 d 3 f 4 a 5 c 6 e
Listening p46
Students’ own answers
5 2 VOCABULARY EXTENSION p48
a winter b France c skiing d go 1 NM 2 F 3 F 4 T 5 NM 6 T 6
e wearing f sunny g brown 7 NM 1 in 2 for 3 as 4 for 5 with 6 in
h climbing i down j walk k tired 7 at 8 of 9 in
l love m exercise n interesting
Use of English p47
3 Reading p49
6
Students’ own answers 1 A 2 A 3 C 4 B 5 C 6 A 7 C 1
8 A 9 C 10 A 11 B 12 B a
Developing writing p44 2
Writing p47
1 1 NM 2 T 3 F 4 F 5 F 6 T 7 F
a How b ’m sitting c ’m drinking 4 8 NM 9 T 10 NM
d ’m staying e saw f bought g had Students’ own answers
3
h told i went j were 1 c 2 a
COMMON MISTAKES p47
2 4
1 Hi 5
1 Do you can Can you speak Italian? 1 followed 2 script 3 witty 4 charts
2 Bye for now. See you soon. 5 published 6 comedy 7 hit 8 well-
2 I always early get up early.
3 known
3 People have to work hardly hard to get a
1 c 2 b 3 a
good job today.
4 4 The students mustn’t don’t have to wear
Students’ own answers a uniform at our school.

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Grammar in context p50 dancer, actor, writer, singer, playwright Dana: Yes, I was surf surfing the Net and
film: musician, composer, director, dancer, I didn’t heard hear it. Sorry! What
1
actor, writer, singer you wanted did you want to talk
a negative b main verb c infinitive
opera: musician, composer, director, about?
2 dancer, actor, writer, singer, playwright Andy: I wanted to ask you about our
1 Roger McGough didn’t stay in Hull. literature: poet, novelist, writer, playwright maths homework. I couldn’t
2 He didn’t have another number one poetry: poet understanding it!
song.
3 Dana: I can to help you now. I was did it
3 They didn’t eat in the canteen of the TV actor, theatre, writer, novelist, poet, film, on Monday. It was easily easy.
studio. musicians, playwright, ballet, classical, Andy: That’s OK. My brother was helped
4 The fans didn’t meet the star outside the dancer me so I finished it.
cinema.
4
5 Henry didn’t drive his mother’s car to 1 MW 2 M 3 W 4 M 5 MW Developing speaking p53
school. 6 W 7 M 8 W 1
6 She didn’t go to the stadium to see her Really? Wow! Cool! That’s amazing! Oh no!
favourite band. VOCABULARY EXTENSION p51 Poor you.
7 We didn’t swim in the sea that day. 2
5
8 My mother didn’t speak to my French 1 world 2 rock 3 folk 4 jazz a weekend b incredible c perfect
friend in French. 5 country and western 6 rap 7 house d Really e Wow f Cool g what
3 8 reggae h amazing i no j you
1 drove, didn’t drive 2 saw, didn’t see 3
3 taught, didn’t teach 4 left, didn’t leave Grammar in context p52 1 Then what happened?
5 did, didn’t do 6 went, didn’t go 1 2 Really?
4 a was b weren’t c Were d wasn’t 3 That’s amazing!
a Did b Did c did d didn’t e were 4 Oh, no!
5 2 5 That’s incredible!
1 e 2 c 3 f 4 a 5 b 6 d 1 in progress 2 while 6 What a shame!
6 3 7 I see.
2 Why did he write a sad poem? 3 How 1 was studying English 2 were working 8 Poor you!
much (money) did the movie Frozen make? 3 was doing homework 4 was surfing the
4 When did the Arctic Monkeys win a Brit Net 5 were watching TV 6 was reading DESCRIBING PICTURES p53
award? 5 Which race did Usain Bolt win? a book
6 What did your grandfather play on his 4
4 Students’ own answers
violin every day? 1 was listening, arrived 2 rang,
5
were talking 3 wasn’t looking, asked
GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p50 4 wasn’t waiting, arrived 1 It’s at an outdoor theatre (by the sea).
7 2 There’s a play on stage. It’s an old play.
5
A: Did you went go to university? 3 The actors and the audience.
1 Were you going to school when I saw
you this morning? Yes, I was. 4 The actors are happy and the audience
B: No, I didn’t went go to university, I didn’t
is enjoying the play and perhaps feeling
study very hard at school, and I didn’t to 2 Was Sara doing her homework when we
cold.
get good marks. came into the classroom? No, she wasn’t.
5 Yes, because I like theatre. It’s interesting
A: What job did you get? 3 Was Bob talking to the new student
to see plays outdoors. It’s romantic.
B: I worked in an office, but I didn’t like it. I when we arrived at school? Yes, he was.
4 Were you and Carl walking to the shops 6
hadn’t didn’t have interesting jobs to do.
I spent my free time with my friends and when we passed you in the car? No, we Students’ own answers
we started a band. weren’t.
Developing writing p54
A: When started you did you start the band? 5 Were you watching a film when I phoned
you last night? No, I wasn’t. 1
B: When I was 18. I did my office job all day, a Last b one c later d First e after
but every evening I did sing sang with the 6
f following g next h then i When
band in clubs and bars. I didn’t not think 1 While I was waiting at the bus stop for
j suddenly k when i In the end
we could be famous, but one night a the bus, a car crashed into a wall.
record producer spotted us. We signed a 2 Sarah rang Harry while he was doing his 2
contract the next week, and I never didn’t homework. b
go went back to the office again. 3 It started to rain while we were walking 3
the dog. 1 When 2 ago 3 First, after 4 the
Vocabulary and listening p51 end
4 They were cooking when Tim dropped
1 the book in the saucepan. 4
1 actor 2 novelist 3 director Students’ own answers
4 singer 5 dancer 6 musician GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p52 5
7 writer 8 composer 9 poet
7 Students’ own answers
10 painter 11 playwright
Andy: Hi! Was Were you studying at
2 8 pm last night? You didn’t to
ballet: musician, composer, director, dancer answer your phone.
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2 Amy: No, thanks. I don’t like tomatoes.


Revision: Units 1–5 1 F 2 T 3 F 4 F 5 T 6 T 7 F Ben: OK. And would you like a drink?
8 T Amy: Can I have some orange juice,
Grammar p55 3 please?
1 Students’ own answers Ben: Of course, here you are.
1 didn’t go, wasn’t 2 didn’t cook, 4 Amy: Thank you.
weren’t 3 didn’t enjoy, wasn’t 4 didn’t 1 bowl 2 whisk 3 baking tray
win, wasn’t 5 didn’t come, didn’t phone
4 wire rack 5 muffin cases Vocabulary and listening p59
2 6 plastic container 1
1 Did Victor run to the shops? Yes, he did. 1
2 Did Daisy go on holiday to Italy? No, she Grammar in context p58 c u p
2
didn’t. 3 Did he play the piano well? Yes, b o t t l e
1
he did. 4 Did they make sandwiches for 3
c a n
a countable b plural c count
lunch? Yes, they did.
d uncountable 4
p a c k e t
3
2 5
g l a s s
1 were watching 2 wasn’t studying
food drink countable uncountable 6
3 were standing 4 was looking 5 was s l i c e
working 6 was watching banana ✓ 7
bread ✓ c a r t o n s
4 butter ✓ word = contain
1 did the teacher give, wasn’t listening, coffee ✓ ✓
was sleeping 2 Did you enjoy, didn’t see, chip ✓
2
was helping 3 were you waiting for, saw, egg ✓ 1 c 2 b
wasn’t waiting, was having 4 didn’t you fish ✓ 3
wear, took, didn’t like ice cream ✓ ✓
They don’t have to buy: 1, 3, 8, 11
lemonade ✓ ✓
They have to buy: 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12
Vocabulary p55 meat ✓
milk ✓
1 milkshake ✓ VOCABULARY EXTENSION p59
1 an actor 2 a mechanic, garage orange juice ✓ ✓ 4
3 a hospital, a clinic 4 a waiter, waitress rice ✓
1 piece 2 plate 3 mug 4 bag
5 a journalist salad ✓
5 bar 6 loaf
salt ✓
2 strawberry ✓ 5
1 composer 2 playwright 3 hairdresser sugar ✓ 1 bag 2 slice/piece 3 mug/cup
4 cook 5 director tea ✓ 4 bars 5 slices 6 packet/bag
3 tomato ✓ 7 bars/pieces 8 slices
water ✓
1 dentist, teeth 2 builders, centre
3 footballers, stadium 4 singer, opera 3
Grammar in context p60
5 novelist, library 1 F 2 T 3 F 4 T 1
4 1 b 2 c 3 a
Unit 6 1 a 2 some 3 any 4 an 5 some 2
6 any 1 a lot of 2 both 3 many 4 both
Vocabulary p56
5 5 much 6 much
1 3
1 Are there any biscuits in the cupboard?
1 tomatoes 2 apples 3 bananas 1 much/a lot of 2 many/a lot of
2 He hasn’t got any orange juice.
4 grapes 5 strawberries 3 many/a lot of 4 a lot of 5 a lot of
3 We’ve got some tomatoes in our salad.
2 6 much/a lot of
4 There’s an egg in the bowl on the table.
1 chips 2 pizza 3 chicken 4 rice 4
5 cheese 5 There are some big apples on the tree.
6 Have you got any mineral water? True
3 5
7 Is there any milk in the fridge?
Across: 2 fish 4 lemonade 6 burger 1 drink 2 should 3 should 4 should
7 meat 10 sugar 12 salt 8 Do you want any coffee?
5 wear 6 shouldn’t
Down: 1 cake 3 ice cream 5 tea
GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p58 6
6 butter 8 biscuit 9 egg 11 bread
6 1 You should put rubbish in the bin.
2 You should eat an apple a day.
VOCABULARY EXTENSION p56 Ben: Let’s have lunch.
3 You shouldn’t talk in the library.
4 Amy: OK. Have you got any hot food?
4 You shouldn’t use your mobile phone
1 c 2 e 3 b 4 f 5 d 6 a Ben: I can make you a burger. Do you here.
1 pour the cream 2 peel the carrot like burgers?
5 You shouldn’t drink more than one fizzy
3 roast the lamb 4 stir the sauce Amy: I do, yes. Have you got any chips? drink a day.
5 fry the garlic 6 boil the peas Ben: No, sorry, we haven’t got any chips 6 You should eat breakfast every day.
left.
Reading p57
Amy: OK then, I’d like a burger. GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p60
1 Ben: Sure. I’ve got some tomatoes – 7
1 c 2 b 3 a would you like them with it? Students’ own answers

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Developing speaking p61 4 12 Do Would you like to order some chips


1 b 2 d 3 a 4 c with your meal?
1
1 f 2 c 3 e 4 b 5 a 6 d 5 13 There are much a lot of students in my
1 shouldn’t 2 shouldn’t class.
2
3 don’t have to 4 don’t have to 14 I can’t to swim fast like my brother.
1 £17.50 2 Pizza, garlic bread and
5 mustn’t 6 have to 7 don’t have to
milkshake
3
8 should Unit 7
1 ready 2 Could 3 Would, with Vocabulary p63 Vocabulary p66
4 get 5 Regular 6 total 7 change
1 1
8 Enjoy
1 strawberries 2 chocolate 3 orange 1 shark 2 alligator 3 wolf 4 tiger
4 4 peas 5 pizza 6 carrots 7 tea 5 spider 6 bear 7 bee 8 snake
/əʊ/: below, don’t, only, potatoes, roast, 8 tomatoes 9 coffee 10 cream 9 jellyfish 10 lizard 11 scorpion
tomato 12 eagle
2
/ɒ/: bottle, chocolate, coffee, orange
1 glass 2 bottle 3 packet 4 slice 2
/uː/: juice, food, too, you 5 cup 6 slice 1 tiger 2 jellyfish 3 bear 4 bee
3 5 eagle
DESCRIBING PICTURES p61
1 biscuits 2 sandwich 3 German 3
5 4 ship 5 toe 6 toilet 7 garage 2 a bear 3 an eagle 4 an alligator
Students’ own answers 8 cream 5 a spider
6
4
1 in an expensive restaurant 2 a waiter,
Gateway to exams: Units 5–6 1 grass 2 A mountain 3 An island
a man and a woman 3 They are sitting
4 a valley 5 A lake 6 A forest
at a table and they are looking at a menu.
7 flower 8 a field 9 a river
4 It’s in the morning because breakfast is Reading p64 10 waterfall 11 sky
on the menu. 5 English breakfast (bacon,
1
eggs and sausages and maybe beans) or
1 B 2 G 3 B 4 G 5 S 6 S 7 S VOCABULARY EXTENSION p66
continental breakfast (bread and cheese)
6 the small breakfast with a cup of coffee 5
Listening p64
7 1 f 2 c 3 b 4 d 5 a 6 e
2
Students’ own answers
1 August 2 Five 3 ten 4 Thriller Reading p67
Developing writing p62 5 thirteen 6 father 7 changed 1
8 preparing Students’ own answers
1
The tense should be present continuous Use of English p65 2
and not present simple. b
3
2 3
2 f 3 d 4 a 5 h 6 b
a Hi, everyone! b Can you come 1 b 2 c 3 c 4 b 5 b
c bring your dancing shoes d Hope you Writing p65 4
can come e Let me know f Cheers 1 P 2 N 3 N 4 N 5 P 6 P
4
3 Students’ own answers 5
1 b 2 d 3 c 4 a 1 miss 2 fear 3 narrator
4 COMMON MISTAKES p65 4 educational 5 whale 6 promise
Starting: Hi, Hello, Dear 5
Finishing: Best wishes, See you there, Cheers Grammar p68
1 What you did did you do on last
5 weekend? 1
Students’ own answers 2 The girl was seeing saw Mark while she a going to b aren’t c Am d isn’t
walked was walking home from the 2
cinema. b
Revision: Units 1–6
3 I wasn’t not listening in class this 3
morning. 1 to watch 2 are 3 going 4 climb
Grammar p63 4 Went you Did you go to a restaurant? 5 is 6 cycle
1 5 Oh no! That’s a shame. 4
Countable: apple, banana, egg 6 What were you read reading when I 2 He isn’t going to ride through France.
Uncountable: bread, butter, cheese, meat, arrived? 3 He isn’t going to stay in expensive
rice, salt, sugar 7 Next to, he moved to Norway. hotels.
2 8 There isn’t many any/much milk in the 4 He’s going to camp or he’s going to find
1 any 2 some 3 any 4 an 5 any fridge. cheap hostels.
6 an 7 any 8 an 9 I’m sorry, I ’ve haven’t got any money. 5 He isn’t going to cycle when it’s very hot.
3 10 There are a lot of students in the 6 He’s going to get a plane back from
1 many/a lot of 2 much 3 a lot of classroom. Morocco.
4 many 5 a lot of 6 much 7 many 11 Let me to know if can’t you you can’t 5
8 a lot of come to the party.
2 Are your parents going to see a film this
weekend? No, they aren’t.

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3 Are you going to go out with friends on 4 go shopping on Saturdays. I want to buy
Friday? Yes, I am. 1 won’t be 2 won’t do 3 won’t drive some jeans new new jeans. Are you going
4 Is your best friend Emily going to talk to 4 won’t eat 5 will come 6 won’t go to dinner have have dinner with us? We
the teacher after school? No, she isn’t. 5 eat usually usually eat fish and chips on
5 Are your friends going to have Saturdays. Let me know what you think!
arranged plans
something to eat soon? Yes, they are. Later see you! See you later!
6
Annie
1 Are you meeting 2 aren’t playing
GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p68 3 Where are you having 4 are flying 2
6 5 is giving Did your mum like the present?, Were the
1 Grace isn’t going to walk with rhinos. trains delayed because of the weather?,
GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p70 Shall we go to the cinema again?
2 Grace is going to ride in a jeep.
3
3 Grace is going to sleep in a hotel. 7
4, 3, 2
4 Grace isn’t going to camp outside. 1 will rain 2 ’m not going
5 Grace is going to eat in restaurants. 3 Are you going 4 is driving 5 will be 4
6 won’t be Students’ own answers
6 Grace isn’t going to eat outside.
7 Grace isn’t going to swim in a pool.
Developing speaking p71
8 Grace is going to swim in a lake. Revision: Units 1–7
1
Vocabulary and listening p69 3, 4, 6
Grammar p73
1 1 2
s n o w y
2
1 Are you doing anything on Saturday? 1
i 1 won’t go 2 will be 3 will disappear
3 4 2 Shall we go to London? 3 Why don’t
i f n 4 won’t snow 5 will rain 6 won’t pass
5 we catch the train in the morning? 4 Let’s
c l o u d y
visit Jasmine when we’re there. 5 What 2
y g y about taking some sandwiches? 1 rain 2 will be 3 ’ll see
6
h g 4 ’m playing
7 8 3
w s t o r m y 5 Are you going to be, ’ll phone
Accepting suggestions: OK. Yes, sure. Yes,
a u t
9 that’s fine. 3
r a i n y Rejecting suggestions: Sorry, I’m busy. 1 ’m going to invite 2 are meeting
m n 3 have to finish 4 Shall we go
10 4
d r y 5 While I was walking,
1 take 2 get 3 buying 4 to come
2 5 on, at 4
spring summer autumn winter 5 1 Did 2 always 3 doesn’t 4 on
1 Saturday morning 5 should 6 was 7 to
rainy sunny windy cold
cloudy dry foggy snowy 2 Sports centre Vocabulary p73
stormy hot warm icy 3 Let’s have a picnic
1
4 Cinema
3 1 eagle 2 flowers 3 waterfall 4 shark
c
5 What about lunch?
5 island 6 spider
6 river boat ride
4 2
Yesterday: d, b 1 alligator, lizard 2 bee, jellyfish
DESCRIBING PICTURES p71
Today: d, a, g 3 wolf, tiger 4 bear, snake
Tomorrow: h, a, b 6
3
Students’ own answers
5 1 river, valley 2 field, flowers
b and d 7 3 grass, mountain
1 A zoo.
4
VOCABULARY EXTENSION p69 2 A young boy looking at a monkey.
1 rainy 2 sunny 3 fog 4 icy 5 wind
6 3 Yes, it’s exciting to see a real monkey.
4 Not really. Only a small place to play in,
1 thunder 2 lightning 3 shower
4 breeze 5 raindrop 6 snowflake on its own. Unit 8
7 5 No, but I went to one on holiday. Vocabulary p74
1 breeze 2 raindrop 3 thunder 6 Yes, because soon there won’t be many 1
4 shower 5 lightning 6 snowflake monkeys in the wild.
2 disappointed 3 tired 4 stressed
8 5 confused 6 relaxed 7 worried
Grammar in context p70 Students’ own answers 8 frightened
1 2
Developing writing p72
T, T, T 1 surprised 2 bored 3 happy
2 1 4 worried 5 frightened 6 confused
1 d 2 c 3 a 4 f 5 e 6 b Hi Maisy, 7 excited 8 angry
Good to from you hear hear from you. I’m
3 3
looking forward to seeing you on Saturday.
2 Will, see 3 Will, come 4 Will, attack 1 intelligent 2 hard-working 3 serious
I know we’re meeting at 10 am, but where
5 Will, snow 6 Will, take 4 responsible 5 cheerful 6 kind
we are are we meeting? Are going we we
7 quiet 8 lazy
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4 1 poverty 2 homelessness 3 crime Developing speaking p79


1 e 2 f 3 b 4 a 5 c 6 d 4 hunger 5 pollution 6 violence
1
7 unemployment
1 I think perhaps, Maybe, I think
VOCABULARY EXTENSION p74 2 2 present continuous
5 1 hunger 2 poverty 3 violence
3 in the middle, On the left
1 anger 2 relaxation 3 excitement 4 unemployment 5 homelessness
6 crime 7 pollution 4 We can see, This is a picture of
4 confusion 5 surprise 6 happiness
3 2
Reading p75 1 pollution 2 unemployment a can see b I think c In the middle
d at the table e on the table
1 3 homelessness 4 hunger
A5 B 3 C 4 D 7 f On the left g on a sofa h In front
4
i Maybe j looks k next to
2 1 pollution 2 homelessness
3 unemployment 4 hunger 3
1 C 2 A 3 C 4 D 5 A 6 B 7 C
8 B /θ/ (think): thing, thin, thought, bath, third
5
/ð/ (than): this, that, they, there, the, another
3 1 F 2 NM 3 T 4 NM 5 T 6 F
1 O 2 O 3 F 4 F 7 F
DESCRIBING PICTURES p79
4 4
1 clapped 2 audience 3 relieved VOCABULARY EXTENSION p77
Students’ own answers
4 proud 5 independent 6 nervous 6
7 unconscious 1 criminal 2 homeless 3 polluted 5
4 unemployed 5 violent 6 poor a having b home c waitress
5 d restaurant e young f sitting
1 unconscious 2 relieved 3 nervous 7 hungry
g serving h chicken i glasses j old
4 proud 5 independent
Grammar in context p78 k wearing l food
6 audience, clap
1 6
Grammar in context p76 a one syllable b one syllable ending in Students’ own answers
1 one vowel and one consonant
Developing writing p80
sadder slower c two syllables ending in -y
d two or more syllables e irregular 1
prettier kinder
1 £9.75 2 £6.50 3 Many more parents
easier fatter 2 are unemployed. 4 It isn’t enough.
faster lazier 1 the biggest 2 the most serious 5 They need to work for their money.
happier bigger 3 the tallest 4 the worst
hotter angrier 2
5 the most difficult 6 the most important Dear Sir/Madam, Yours faithfully, C A D B
friendlier funnier
7 the easiest 8 the saddest
older quieter 3
louder thinner 3 In formal letters, we don’t usually use
higher taller 1 the most expensive, more expensive contractions. For example, we write I
2 2 longer, the longest 3 the highest, am interested not I’m interested in other
1 lazier 2 easier 3 bigger 4 faster higher 4 bigger, the biggest 5 the people’s opinions.
5 higher 6 slower coldest, colder 6 the hottest, hotter
4
3 4 Students’ own answers
1 a, an 2 the 3 0 4 the
1 b 2 a 5
4 5 Students’ own answers
1 more stressful 2 more intelligent 1 The 2 The, a 3 The 4 a 5 the
3 more serious 4 more difficult 6 0, 0
5 more relaxed 6 more responsible
Revision: Units 1–8
GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p78
5
6 Grammar p81
1 further/farther 2 more unusual
3 worse 4 more expensive 5 better I had the a serious talk with my parents 1
6 more practical last night. My exam results were badder 1 bigger 2 lazier 3 worse
worse than last time. They’re probably 4 more serious 5 better
GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p76 the worstest worst ever! Dad was angryer 6 more stressful 7 further/farther
angrier than he usually is and Mum was the 8 more difficult
6 same. Dad said having the a teenager in
Suggested answers 2
the house is the stressfullest most stressful
1 Susie is taller than Natalie. a the fastest b the furthest
thing he knows. I said, ‘Don’t worry, Dad, I
2 Susie is more cheerful than Natalie. can work more hard harder! Next year will c the tallest d in e than
3 Susie’s hair is longer than Natalie’s. to be the importantest most important year f the youngest g the shortest
4 Natalie is shorter than Susie. of my life and I’m going to get the most h the most intelligent
5 Natalie’s hair is darker than Susie´s. good best marks in my class. ’I couldn’t 3
think of anything more intelligent than that 1 more intelligent, the most intelligent
6 Natalie is more serious than Susie.
to say. I suppose it was more good better 2 good, the best 3 healthy, healthier
Vocabulary and listening p77 than saying nothing. 4 sadder, the saddest 5 boring, the most
1 boring

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4 10 I eat everything. My favourite food is the 4


a was b the c some d 0 e will take pasta with the cheese. 1 has appeared 2 has created
f don’t have to g sometimes h the i 0 11 January is the most cold coldest month 3 haven’t arrived 4 has won 5 Has
j don’t in my country. the shop sold 6 have looked 7 haven’t
12 Dear Sir Mr Brown, I write am writing to seen 8 Has she made
Vocabulary p81 ask you some questions. 5
1 13 Maths is boringer more boring that than 1 ever 2 never
1 serious 2 interested history for me. 6
3 relaxed, happy 4 excited 5 worried 1 Has Tom ever driven a fast car?
2 Unit 9 2 Has Sara ever climbed a mountain?
1 c 2 e 3 g 4 f 5 a 6 d 7 b 3 Tom has never baked a cake.
Vocabulary p84
3 4 Have Tom and Sara ever met a famous
1 pollution 2 Unemployment 1 person?
3 crime and violence 4 piece 1 tie 2 shirt 3 jacket 4 trousers 5 Sara has never broken a window.
5 composer 5 suit 6 jumper 7 jeans 8 shorts
6 Tom and Sara have never won a race.
4 9 shoes 10 coat 11 blouse 12 skirt
13 dress 14 tights 15 T-shirt
1 C 2 B 3 A 4 A 5 C 6 A GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p86
16 socks 17 boots 18 trainers
2 7
Gateway to exams: Units 7–8 a suit b shirt c tie d jacket Hi Mum,
e jumper f jeans g skirt h blouse I’ve went been to the gym and I’ve also
went been for a run with Karen. I’ve ever
Reading p82 i boots j tights k coat l dress
m socks n shirt o shorts p trainers never been so tired! The dog has have had
1 her dinner, but I hasn’t haven’t watered the
1 b 2 c 3 b 4 c 5 a 6 a 7 b 3 plants. William have has taken a snack and
8 b 1 belt 2 sunglasses 3 jewellery he is has gone to play football. He’ll be home
4 hat 5 cap 6 watch for dinner but I won’t. Karen’s mum has invite
Listening p82 invited me to eat with them. I’ve ever never
VOCABULARY EXTENSION p84 have had dinner with them before! Dad says
2
1 T 2 T 3 NM 4 F 5 F 6 F 4 he’s have has to work late and he’ll call again
7 NM 8 T 1 ring 2 earrings 3 bracelet at six. Have you ever seen my new jeans? I
4 brooch 5 chain can’t find them. I I’ve also lost my new T-shirt.
Use of English p83 See you later,
Reading p85 Milly
3
a some b than c more d the 1
Vocabulary and listening p87
e going f will g be h the c
2 1
Writing p83 1 new 2 19 birthday
th
1
j
2
4 3 a designer bag 4 of their names n e w s a 3g e n t s
Wants to know: What are we going to 5 is silly 6 be different 7 chocolates w r
4
do there? Mum says the weather will be 8 a classroom e e c
l e h
good this weekend but is it colder up 3
l n e
the mountain? Should I bring some extra 1 B 2 S 3 V 4 S 5 S 6 V 7 B 5
e g m b
clothes? What about food? Are we going 8 B r r i u
to have a picnic? Do I need to bring some
4 s 6
b o o k s h o p t
sandwiches?
1 designer 2 pocket 3 shiny 4 trend a c t c
Students’ own answers
5 disagree 6 advertising 7 confident k e s h
5 e r e
COMMON MISTAKES p83 r 7
s u p e r m a r k e t
1 F 2 F 3 F 4 O 5 F 6 O
5 y s
1 Bye! I’m going I’ll see you later. Grammar in context p86
2 I’m not going to watch TV this evening. 2
1 2 a rugby ball from the sports shop
3 What will do you and your sister you and
a past participle b haven’t/hasn’t 3 a pair of boots from the shoe shop
your sister do at the weekend?
c Have d haven’t
4 We will’nt won’t stay on at a hotel on our 4 some luggage from the department
holiday.
2 store
1 F 2 T 3 F 5 some pencils from the stationery shop
5 What’s What about getting some fish and
chips? 3 6 a radio from the electrical goods shop
6 Are you do doing anything on Saturday? was went gone 3
7 The woman in on the right of the picture broken had had
newsagent’s, bookshop, stationery shop,
is look looks very happy. bought bought made made chemist’s, jeweller’s, sports shop
8 did done saw seen
Why you don’t don’t you come to the 4
party? drew drawn took taken
1 b 2 c 3 b
drank drunk wore worn
9 Elena speaks more better English than I
do. ate eaten won won
gave given wrote written

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VOCABULARY EXTENSION p87 Developing speaking p89 4


5 1 Students’ own answers
1 shop assistant 2 cashier 3 till 1 help 2 sell 3 any 4 much 5 take
4 basket 5 aisles 6 bakery 6 Would 7 else 8 That’s 9 are Revision: Units 1–9
6 10 change
a aisles b shop assistant c bakery 2 Grammar p91
d basket e till f cashier Customer:
1
Grammar in context p88 Do you sell bracelets? How much is it? I’ll
1 started 2 bought 3 written
take it. Here you are.
1 4 worked 5 read
Shop assistant:
1 just 2 already 3 yet 4 just, already 2
Can I help you? Sorry, we haven’t got any
5 yet 1 Have, drunk 2 Has, won
at the moment. Would you like a box for
2 it? Anything else? That’s £42.50. And here’s 3 haven’t sent 4 have taken
1 I haven’t been to the new shopping your change. 5 Has, worn 6 Have, eaten
centre yet. 3 7 have seen 8 Have, chosen
2 Have you bought Jenny a present yet? 1 cbda 2 bacd 3 cabd 3
3 I’ve already bought a card for her 4 badc 1 Have you been to the fashion show?
birthday. I got it last week. 4 2 We haven’t seen any famous models.
4 Sorry I’m late. I’ve just been to the thirteen thirty fourteen forty fifteen fifty 3 What have you bought?
newsagent’s to buy a newspaper. sixteen sixty seventeen seventy 4 You haven’t paid for the tickets.
5 We have just bought tickets for the eighteen eighty nineteen ninety 5 Where have all the shop assistants gone?
fashion show. I’m so happy! 5 4
6 She hasn’t decided yet. a 19 b 80 c 13 d 17 e 18 f 90 1 yet 2 just 3 already 4 ever 5 yet
7 I’ve just remembered her phone number. g 40 h 15 i 20 j 70 6 never
8 The film has just/already finished.
5
3 DESCRIBING PICTURES p89
1 Have you seen that film yet?
2 She hasn’t played her new guitar yet. 6 2 I’ve already phoned Monica.
3 Have you visited London yet? Students’ own answers
3 I’ve never visited Canada.
4 He hasn’t climbed any big mountains 7 4 I’ve just bought some boots in the new
yet. a town b selling c clothes d other shoe shop.
5 They haven’t answered the question yet. e too f called g cheap h fruit 5 I haven’t been to the new shopping
6 Has she called the doctor yet? i vegetables centre yet.
7 I haven’t painted the door yet. 8 6
8 Have they finished their lesson yet? Students’ own answers
1 I’ve just seen a fox in our back garden.
9 The dog hasn’t had its dinner yet. 2 You should drive slowly on icy roads.
Developing writing p90
10 Has she done her homework yet? 3 I bought an ice cream while I was
1
4 shopping.
1 d 2 g 3 b 4 h 5 f 6 c 7 a
1 Have you been to the bank yet? 4 I am never late for school.
8 e
2 Mark hasn’t invited Rita to the party yet. 5 I was working hard when you phoned.
2
3 I’ve just found the information online.
Surname: Endo Roberts Vocabulary p91
4 Marie and Jenna have already emailed
First name(s): Yoshi Sara
me about the homework.
Date of birth: 4/07/1998 12/08/1999 1
5 Has the programme finished yet? Gender M/F: M F 1 cap 2 jacket 3 jumper 4 skirt
6 Tom has already written his book. Nationality: Japanese British 5 belt
7 We’ve just seen that new Swedish film. Address: 25, St 36, Kellaway 2
5 John’s Road Avenue bakery, bread
1 gone 2 been 3 gone 4 been London Bristol bookshop, novels
5 gone 6 been 7 gone 8 been Phone no: 020 89543 0117 942676 butcher’s, meat
276 chemist’s, medicine
Email yendo@ sara99@
GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p88 greengrocer’s, fruit
address: hotmail.com gmail.co.uk
6 jeweller’s, rings
3 newasgent’s, newspapers
1 I have ever never been to the US. Have
(Suggested answer) post office, stamps
you?
Education: Queen’s Park Community sports shop, bats
2 I’m sorry. I haven’t done the work already
School supermarket, food
yet, but I will soon.
Current employment: currently working in
3 Have you ever seen the Godfather films 3
language school: Japanese conversation
ever? 1 journalist 2 author 3 chef 4 doctor
lessons
4 correct 5 shop assistant 6 farmer 7 secretary
Previous employment: paper round,
5 They’ve already cleaned already the car Saturday morning in newsagent’s
and it looks great. Skills: English and Japanese. Reliable.
6 I yet haven’t spoken to the teacher about Quiet. Have written for school magazine,
my problems yet. hope to become journalist, interested in
7 I just have just finished writing my essay. world politics.

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Unit 10 6 3
1 The Mona Lisa was painted by Leonardo 1 specific possible 2 present 3 future
Vocabulary p92 da Vinci. 4
1 2 Ferrari cars are produced in Italy. 1 b 2 d 3 f 4 c 5 e 6 a
1 laptop 2 smartphone 3 microwave 3 Buckingham Palace was built in London. 5
4 satnav 5 digital 6 tablet 4 Computers were invented by an 1 don’t finish, ’ll do 2 like, ’ll lend
7 MP3 player (printer) Englishman. 3 won’t go, don’t like 4 give, ’ll check
2 5 Spanish is spoken by people all over the 5 invent, ’ll buy 6 won’t be, doesn’t work
1 satnav 2 laptop 3 tablet world.
6
4 digital camera 5 printer 1 If I clean his car, will he drive me to the
GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p94
3 airport? 2 If I make Sophia a cake, will
1 build 2 design 3 discover 4 invent 7 she help me with my homework?
5 create 6 produce A laptop was left in the cafeteria this 3 Will you pay me if I look after your
morning. It was found by another student brother? 4 If I pass the test, will my
4
and it was given to a teacher. The owner parents buy me a new smartphone?
1 building 2 invention 3 designer
was asked to come to the headteacher’s
4 creator 5 discovery 6 production
office to collect it. A lot of electronic GRAMMAR CHALLENGE p96
gadgets were lost by students last month.
VOCABULARY EXTENSION p92 7
Several of these were not returned to their
5 a turn b makes c go d will shout
owners, because the owners weren’t found.
e use f gets g are h ’ll understand
1 keyboard 2 screen 3 mouse You are reminded to be careful with laptop
i come j ’ll be
4 USB port 5 charger 6 memory stick computers and smartphones.
7 headphones 8 sim card Developing speaking p97
Vocabulary and listening p95
6
1 1a
1 headphones 2 memory stick
1 talk 2 explain 3 example 4 Firstly
3 charger 4 screen 5 keyboard 1 description 2 explanation
5 Secondly 6 more 7 true 8 thing
3 expression 4 imagination
Reading p93 9 Finally 10 least 11 conclusion
5 information 6 investigation
12 sum
1 7 organisation
2 1b
1 B 2 C 3 A
Doesn’t use: Finally, in conclusion
2 1 an explanation 2 imagination
3 a description 4 organisation 2
1 school project 2 Japan 3 few years
1 I’m going to talk about 2 Firstly
4 1984 5 models, jewellery 6 a tiny 3 3 Secondly 4 For example
screen 7 other skiers 1 F 2 T 3 F 4 T 5 F 6 T 5 It’s true that 6 Another thing is that
3 4 7 Last but not least 8 To sum up
1, 2, 5 1 investigation 2 information 3
4 3 explanation 4 imagination
1 furry 2 progressing 3 goggles 5 description 6 expression oOo Ooo
4 lonely 5 wearable 6 scary 7 stroke 5 description company
1 visualisation 2 a expression
Grammar in context p94
1 VOCABULARY EXTENSION p95 computer everything
1 participle 2 action 3 by 6 creator favourite
2 1 satisfaction 2 competition invention secondly
1 are 2 is 3 were 4 are 5 was 3 prediction 4 invitation 5 suggestion
6 were 6 reaction 7 addition 8 collection oOoo ooOo
3 7 communicate competition
1 was found 2 are cleaned 1 satisfaction 2 competition conditional explanation
3 was served 4 are asked 3 prediction 4 invitation 5 suggestion discovery information
5 isn’t made, are made 6 Was, written 6 reaction 7 addition 8 collection
investigate introduction
7 wasn’t collected 8
1 suggestion 2 prediction 3 invitation situation
4
1 c 2 e 3 f 4 g 5 d 6 a 7 b 4 competition 5 collection
6 satisfaction 7 reaction 8 addition
5 DESCRIBING PICTURES p97
1 Ten dishwashers were sold last week. Grammar in context p96 4
2 We weren’t taught ICT at Primary School. 1 Where is it? 2 What’s happening?
1
3 The robots are used by old people in 1 T 2 F 3 T 3 Who can you see? 4 What are
Japan. they talking about? 5 Why are they
2 communicating like this? 6 Do you think
4 The book was translated into Spanish last
year.
1 imagine, sleep 2 eat, have it’s a good way to communicate?
5 3D printers aren’t used by many people 3 don’t like, don’t eat 4 Do, leave, 5
don’t like 5 rains, play 6 cooks, makes
at the moment. Students’ own answers
7 Does, go, has 8 don’t worry, make
6 The top prize was won by three students.

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6 3 4 If you will go to my town the next year,


1 in an office a I have just learned b went you will see a beautiful new building.
2 The people are talking and discussing c was looking d heard e went 5 I have climbing climbed a mountain, but
something. f was given g have never thought I have ever walking never walked across
3 Two people in the room are talking to h is i go j will borrow a desert.
quite a large group of people. 4 6 If I cook rice, I am always burning always
4 they are probably discussing business, or 1 I bought any some potatoes yesterday to burn it.
about how they do things, selling things make chips. 7 Thank you for shopping here. Here’s your
or something like that 2 We have the a new girl in our class. money change.
5 because they are in different places 3 I don’t have to mustn’t give in my 8 We haven’t been to the museum already
6 Yes, because people don’t have to travel homework late. yet. We’re going tomorrow.
for meetings. 4 correct 9 Do Would you like a bag?
7 5 She was walking very slow slowly when I 10 These houses are were built a hundred
Students’ own answers saw her today. years ago..
11 I have seen just just seen Rosie in the
Developing writing p98 Vocabulary p99 park.
1 1 12 To In conclusion, I want to say that I
Students’ own answers 1 printer 2 satnav 3 tablet really enjoyed the holiday.
2 4 smartphone 5 laptop
c 2
3 1 action 2 description 3 imagination
a was born b After c then d At this 4 investigation 5 organisation
e Soon f In 1968 g at the age of 6 discovery 7 creation 8 invention
9 design 10 product
4
1 in Portland, Oregon in the US 3
2 a radar technician 3 after the war
1 scorpion, lizard, alligator
4 He gave a demonstration of his gadget. 2 stomach, elbow, finger
5 a special prize for his important work in 3 lemonade, chicken, strawberry
computing 6 more than a billion during 4 responsible, cheerful, serious
his lifetime 7 in July 2013
5 Gateway to exams: Units 9–10
1 it was given 2 he started
3 he was working 4 but 5 because
6 and
Reading p100
6 1
Students’ own answers 1 F 2 F 3 F 4 T 5 T 6 T 7 F
8 NM

Revision: Units 1–10 Listening p100


2
Grammar p99 1 a 2 b 3 c 4 c 5 c 6 a
1 Use of English p101
1 They were questioned by the police
about the crime yesterday. 3
2 Students are given course books every 1 c 2 b 3 a 4 a 5 c
term.
Writing p101
3 The school trip was organised by my
teacher. 4
4 The furniture was not delivered Students’ own answers
yesterday.
5 English TV programmes are often shown
COMMON MISTAKES p101
in the US. 5
2 1 I am was born in the US but I am lived
1 is, won’t go 2 add, tastes live in the UK now.
3 won’t be, go 4 Will, accept, invites 2 My favourite book was written from by
5 won’t drive, is Jane Austen.
3 Do you have Have you seen Matt
Damon’s new film?

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