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Straightforward Intermediate Unit Test 8

Name Rosen Score _____________

A Complete the text with words from the box. There are four extra words.

witnesses prison thieves stolen quality one-way

newspapers motorway limit judge headlines evidence

Breaking news
The police are looking for a group of car (1) thieves ______ who have (2) stolen ___________ more
than thirty cars in the last two days. They have already made the (3) ____headlines___________ in
the national (4) __newspapers_____________, but we can now bring you the news that there is (5)
evidence _____________ that the oldest is probably only 14 years old! Several (6) ___witnesses
____________ have told police that they have seen a group of kids near to each of the cars only
minutes before they were stolen. Yesterday there was a high-speed chase down the (7)
___motorway____________ with both the police car and the stolen car breaking the 70 mph speed
(8) ____Limit___________. More on this story in a minute.

B For questions 9–13, which word is the odd-one-out?

(9) a) circulation b) daily c) judge

(10) a) credit b) driving c) ID
(11) a) news coverage b) guilty c) trial
(12) a) journalist b) evidence c) headline
(13) a) motorway b) one-way street c) right-wing

C Complete the text with the correct compound nouns.

In Britain there are many laws connected to driving. It is now illegal to use a (14)
___Mobile____________ phone while you are driving and you have to wear a (15)
___sitbelt____________. There are lots of
(16) _______Parking________ zones in the centre of towns and cities. You should also be careful
because there are often (17) ___crowded____________ streets. It’s a good idea to take your driving
(18) _____ licence __________ with you, just in case you are stopped by the police.

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D Choose the correct word or phrase to complete each sentence.

What (19) had / would you do if you saw a bank robbery?

If she (20) hadn’t / wouldn’t bought the newspaper, she wouldn’t (21) read / have read the story.
If I (22) haven’t / hadn’t listened to you, I (23) hadn’t / wouldn’t have become a journalist.
If I were famous, I would (24) give / have given lots of money to charities.
I (25) had / would never want to be famous.
If I (26) haven’t / hadn’t witnessed the crime, the robbers (27) would / had have escaped.
If you were stopped for speeding, what (28) had / would you say?
If you (29) asked / had asked him nicely, I’m sure he would take your photo.

E Read the text and then complete 30–37.

A man who was sentenced to five years in prison by a judge heard yesterday that his sentence would
be changed. The unfortunate man, Duncan Smith, had been on trial for stealing a bicycle and then
hitting a woman on the head. Mr Smith had never denied taking the bike, but claimed that he had
thought it was his as he had an identical one. He admitted hitting the woman but said he had only done
it because she had hit him first. The problem with Mr Smith’s sentencing came when the jury were
reading out their verdict. At the exact moment the foreman of the jury read out ‘Not guilty’ a woman
sitting at the front shouted something. The judge didn’t hear the word ‘Not’ and thought the jury had
found Mr Smith guilty.

If Duncan Smith hadn’t hit the woman, he (30) ____________________ have been on trial.
Duncan Smith (31) wouldn’t ____________________ the bike, if he (32) ____________________
one that was exactly the same.
If the woman (33) ____ hit ________________ him first, he (34) ____ admitted ________________
have hit her.
If the woman (35) ____________________ something, then the judge (36) ____________________
the correct verdict.
If the judge (37) ____________________ the word ‘Not’, then he wouldn’t have sentenced Mr Smith
to five years in prison.

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Functional language
F Put the words from the box in the correct place in the sentences. Each
sentence has one word missing.

want me let kind I ’ll

(38) Can get anything for you?

_Can I get anything for you?
(39) I do that if you like.
___I’ll do that if you like
(40) me pay for that.
Let me pay for that
(41) Do you me to take you?
Do you want me to take you
(42) That’s really of you.
That’s really kind of you.
(43) Would you like to help you?
Would you like to help you?

G Complete the three conversations with words and phrases from the box.

all right Can I Do you want me it’s OK

Shall I would be great Would you like

Conversation 1
Dad: Oh dear!
Brenda: What is it, Dad?
Dad: I’m just so tired.
Brenda: (44) Can I get anything for you?
Dad: No, (45) __ it’s OK _____________, thanks.
Brenda: Are you sure? (46) ____ Shall I ___________ make some coffee?
Dad: Yes, OK. That would be lovely.

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Conversation 2
Brenda: Oh no! I should be at the swimming pool soon.
Dad: Is it your competition?
Brenda: Yes, it is.
Dad: (47) ___ _ Would you like ___________ me to drive you there?
Brenda: Would you? That (48) ____ would be great ___________.
Conversation 3
Police officer: Excuse me, sir!
Man: Yes?
Police officer: I’m afraid you were driving too fast.
Man: (49) ___ Do you want me ____________ to show you my driving licence?
Police officer: No, that’s (50) __ all right _____________. Just don’t drive so fast again.
Man: I won’t. Thank you.

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