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Section Grammar

1. I ________________ from France.
2. This is my friend. _____________ name is Peter.
3. My brother is ______________ artist.
4. _______________ 20 desks in the classroom.
5. Paul ________________ romantic films
6. Sorry, I can’t talk. I _____________ right now.
7. She _________________ at school last week.
8. I _________________ the film last night.
9. __________________ a piece of cake? No, thank you.
10. The living room is ___________________ than the bedroom.
11. The car is very old. We’re going ____________________a new car soon.
12. Jane is a vegetarian. She ____________________ meat.
13. There aren’t ________________ buses late in the evening.
14. Sue ________________ shopping every day.
15. They _________________ in the park when it started to rain heavily.
16. ________________ seen fireworks before?
17. We’ve been friends ____________________ many years.
18. You _________________ pay for the tickets. They’re free.
19. Jeff was ill last week and he _________________ go out.
20. These are the photos ________________ I took on holiday.
21. We’ll stay at home if it _______________ this afternoon.
22. He doesn’t smoke now, but he __________________ a lot when he was young.
23. Mark plays football ___________________ anyone else I know.
24. I promise I __________________ you as soon as I’ve finished this cleaning.
25. This town ___________________ by lots of tourists during the summer.
26. He said that his friends ____________ to speak to him after they lost the football match.
27. Take a warm coat, _______________ you might get very cold outside.
28. __________________ this great book and I can’t wait to see how it ends.
29. What I like more than anything else ___________________ at weekends.
30. She ________________ for her cat for two days when she finally found it in the garage.
31. We won’t catch the plane _________________ we leave home now! Please hurry up!
32. If I hadn’t replied to your email, I___________________ here with you now.
33. Was it Captain Cook ______________ New Zealand?
34. It’s cold so you should __________________ on a warm jacket.
35. Paul will look ______________ our dogs while we’re on holiday.
36. She ___________________ a lot of her free time reading
37. Hello, this is Simon. Could I ___________________ to Jane, please?
38. I think it’s very easy to ___________ debt these days.
39. I phoned her ____________ I heard the news
40. I feel very ____________. I’m going to go to bed!

Section Reading

Many studies about language learning ask the question: What makes a good language learner? There are some things that good language learners do and some things they don’t do. Here are some of the most useful suggestions from studies.

• Don’t be afraid of making mistakes. People often get things wrong. Good language learners notice their mistakes and learn from them.

• Do group activities. People use language to communicate with other people. A good language learner always looks for opportunities to talk with other students.

• Make notes during every class. Notes help you to remember new language. Look at your notes when you do your homework.

• Use a dictionary. Good language learners often use dictionaries to check the meaning of words they don’t know. They also make their own vocabulary lists. Think in the language you’re learning outside the classroom. When you’re shopping or walking down the street, remember useful words and phrases. Sometimes, when you’re at home, say new words to practise your pronunciation

• Do extra practice. Test and improve your language, reading and listening skills with selfstudy material. You can find a lot of this online.

• Imagine yourself speaking in the language. Many good language learners can see and hear themselves speaking in the language. This helps their motivation.

• Enjoy the process. Good language learners have fun with the language. Watch a TV series or film, listen to songs, play video games or read a book. It’s never too late to become a good language learner.

1. Good language learners don’t make mistakes
2. It’s a good idea to talk with other students.
3. Take notes only before an exam.
4. Good language learners write down the words and expressions they learn.
5. Think of language you know when you are outside the classroom.
6. Don’t take tests outside of class – it’s very stressful.


Section Listening


1. How popular is Chris Svensson’s book?
2. What is the work–life balance like in traditional workplaces?
3. How often do people do overtime?
4. In traditional workplaces, do people work at weekends or when on holiday?
5. How has technology helped people work with more flexibility?
6. Traditional divisions between work and life are fading. What does this mean for employees?

Section Writing

Answer the following questions:

1) What do you do? What are your hobbies?

2) Why do you want to learn English?

2. Choose one of the following topics and write a short essay (70-100 words)

1) My favourite city.

2) The best day of my>

3) What is happiness?

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