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e.g. spot F A look for information on the computer      
1 alarm system ...........

B fun activities on the computer

     
2 beach volleyball ...........

C machine that signals danger

     
3 ID ........... D a sport      
4 surf the Net ........... E identification      
5 computer games ........... F a place      
       

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B Match the words to form phrases.

 

e.g. hustle and F A isolated        
6 beautiful ........... B an alarm        
7 feeling ........... C lifestyle        
8 high rate of ........... D landscapes        
9 high-quality ........... E unemployment        
10 install ........... F bustle

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C Complete the sentences with the correct word.

 

ñ heavy ñ cost ñ helpful ñ crowded ñ convenient ñ peace

 

e.g. In a big city, you will always find convenient public transport.


 

11 He spent the morning in Birmingham, but found the streets very .......................... .

12 Her cousin hates driving in ............ traffic.

 

13 They went for a run in the country because

 

they wanted some ................... and quiet.


 

 

14 He enjoys living in the city, but he doesn’t like

 

the high ................................. of living.

 

15 John lives in the country because he likes the

 

friendly and .............................. people.

 

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Test 1 B

 

 

D Fill in the correct preposition.

 

ñ after ñ into ñ of ñ on ñ out ñ over

 

e.g. Keep your mobile phones switched on at night.

 

16

............Hissisterandherfriendshang

at 19 She saw a policeman running ............ a  
 

the harbour at weekends.

    robber.      
17 I’ve run out

............ bread, so I’ll buy some

20 Tom ran

............ an old friend when he was

 
  after work.      

at the shopping centre.

   
18

If a burglar breaks into your flat, you should

   

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hand ............

your money.

         
       

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Grammar

 

E Put the verbs in brackets into the Present Simple or the Present Continuous.

 

e.g. He travels (travel)to school by tube every morning.


 

21 He ............................... (visit) his uncle
 

every Saturday morning.

22 We ........................... (go) to the park this
 

evening. Do you want to come with us?

23 She ............................ (write) an article
 

about crime in big cities.

24 He ............................... (feed) the cows
 

every evening at 5:00.

25 She ..................... (leave) late on Fridays.
26 She ........................... (think) of painting
  her house.  

 

 

27 He ....................... (study) in his bedroom

 

at the moment, but he can meet us at the cinema later.

 

28 I really have to go. My train ....................

(leave) at 8:30.

29 Do you think she’ll be here soon? The film

 

........................... (start) in ten minutes.
30 I ............................. (cook) lunch today,

 

so please don’t be late.

 

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F Use the prompts to give the correct advice, using either should or shouldn’t.

 

e.g. A: I’m really tired today.

 

B: (bed/early) You should go to bed early tonight.

 

31 A: I’m very worried about my best friend. 34 A: Look! It’s raining and I forgot my umbrella!
  B: (worry so much) ..............................   B: (wait/rain stops) ..............................
  .................................................. .   .................................................. .
32 A: I’ve got a bad headache. 35 A: I feel very tired.
  B: (take/painkiller) ..............................   B: (stay up/late) ..................................
  .................................................. .   .................................................. .
33 A: I’ve broken my sister’s new mobile phone.    
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Test 1 B

 

 

Everyday English

 

G Choose the correct response.

 

e.g. I need to get more exercise. E A Why don’t you go home?      
36 I’ve got a toothache. ....... B I think you should see a dentist.      
37 I want to help prevent crime. ....... C Why doesn’t he get a cat?      
38 I’m feeling a bit homesick. ....... D Why don’t you buy an alarm clock?      
39 My Grandpa doesn’t like living   E How about joining a gym?      
  on his own. ....... F

How about joining Neighbourhood Watch?

 
40 I’m always late for my class! .......  

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Reading

     

 

H Read the text and mark the sentences T (true) or F (false).

 

Fires that happen in the home are a very serious problem today. In America, there are over 100,000 home fires every year and many start in the kitchen. There are a lot of things you can do to protect your house from fire.

 

First of all, you need to follow a few safety rules. You should never leave the kitchen while you are cooking. It’s also a bad idea to wear loose clothes when you cook. Always keep the cooking area clean and don’t let children come very close to the cooker.

 

It is also important to know what to do if a fire starts. If a pan catches fire, don’t throw water on it! Put a blanket over it and turn off the heat. If the fire doesn’t go out, call the fire brigade. If a fire starts inside the oven, keep the door shut and turn it off. If you burn yourself, run cold water over the burn.

 

Finally, install a smoke alarm and learn how to use it. Also, know the number of your fire brigade by heart. It’s better to be safe than sorry.


 

 

e.g. Nowadays, fires in the home aren’t very dangerous. F
41 In America, there are more than 100,000 home fires a year. ...........
42 A lot of home fires start in kitchens. ...........
43 There’s not much we can do to stop fires. ...........
44 You should always leave the kitchen while cooking. ...........
45 You shouldn’t wear loose clothes when cooking. ...........
46 You should keep your cooking area clean. ...........
47 Children should stay close to the cooker. ...........
48 If a fire starts, pour water on it to put it out. ...........
49 Call the fire brigade if a fire doesn’t go out right away. ...........
50 You should have a smoke alarm and know how to use it. ...........

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Test 1 B

 

 

Listening

 

I Listen to two friends talking about safety in the home and complete the gaps.

 

ñ Don’t leave keys near doors or e.g. windows.

 

ñ

At night, keep your mobile phone beside your 51) ....................

.
 

(And make sure it’s switched on!)

 
ñ In your 52) .................... , there should be dusk-to-dawn outside  
  lights, 2.5 metres 53) .................... or more.  
ñ If a 54) .................... comes to your door, always ask for ID.  

 

ñRemember, if you’re not 55) .................... , don’t let them in!      
 

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TEST 2 A (Module 2)

 

NAME:................................................................................................................................. DATE:     ..........................................

 

CLASS:................................................................................................................................ MARK: –-----–--

80

 

(Time: 40 minutes)

 

 

Vocabulary

 

A Match the types of stories to their descriptions.

 

e.g. A story that takes place in the future or in space. D A mystery      
1 An exciting story about a hero who does dangerous  

B

biography

     
 

things.

.......

     
           
2 A serious and emotional play written for the theatre,   C

humorous story

   
  radio or television. .......

D

science fiction story

 

3

A story which makes you feel worried, because you

   
           
  don’t know what is going to happen next. ....... E adventure      
4 A funny story with a happy ending. .......

F

suspense story

     

5

A story about someone’s life written by another person. .......

     
         
6 A story about a crime or a strange event. ....... G drama      
       

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