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Vocabulary & Grammar



17



The science th a t changes th e genes o f

p lants and anim als is called g e n e tic ............

@ e n gine e rin g

B b io lo g y

C m edicine



18



.............o f w a te r, oil and m etals is due to

w a stin g Earth's n a tu ral resources.

@ D e p le tio n

B P ollution

C D e fo re sta tion



19



You should ............ y o u r newspapers.

D o n 't ju s t th ro w th e m away.

A re n e w

(D recycle

C rew ard



20



I could hear a te rrib le ............. sound

co m ing fro m th e o ld house.

A h a u n te d B solar

© h o w lin g



C ircle th e c o rre c t ite m .



1



2



3



M o st people d o n o t believe t h a t .............

exist.

@ aliens

B stars

C satellites

The Sun is n o t th e o n ly star in o u r .............

system .

@ solar

Bm oon

C

Earth

Venus is a ............. ju s t like Earth.

@ p la n e t

Bcom et

C



star



4



N ow adays, w e can w a tc h television fro m

any p a rt o f th e w o rld v ia ................

A m oon

(B) sa te llite

C spaceship



5



M a r ia ............... us th a t she w o rk s fo r NASA.

A said

(B)

to ld C

spoke



6



"T h e UFO landed on th e ro o f o f m y

h o u se ," h e ................

@ said

B to ld

C

spoke



7



He to ld her th a t h e ..........tire d .

@ w as

B does

C



is



8



W e s h o u ld n 't e n te r th is house. It i s .......... !

® h a un te d

B h u n tin g

C

hunt



9



In fa iry ta le s , ............. are always ugly and

fly on broom s.

@ w itc h e s

B fairies

C heroines



10



M aria is th e g i r l .............believes in ghosts.

@ w ho

B w h ic h

C

w h o se



11



A n n is th e g i r l .............m o th e r is a singer.

A w h ic h

®

w h o se C

th a t



12



John is th e b o y .............car is blue.

A w ho

B w h ic h

©

w h o se



13



This is th e house ............. looks like a

spaceship.

@ w h ic h

B w h ose

C

who



14



Chinese couples m u st have o n ly one child

because o f ................

A d e fo re sta tio n

(§) o ve rp o p u la tio n

C p o llu tio n



15



Every year, it's g e ttin g h o tte r and h o tte r

because t h e .............is changing.

@ clim a te

B p o llu tio n C Earth



16



A n n .............m e w h e re John was.

A te ll

(§) to ld

C

said



M a rks:-----20x3

60



Everyday English

B



Fill in th e gaps using th e prom pts and th en

m atch sentences 1-5 to th e responses (a-e).

• There's th is • The idea • I stro n g ly

• As I see it • In m y o p in io n

1 d In m y o p in io n aliens d o n o t exist.

2 e There's th is th e o ry th a t aliens are

living here on Earth.

The idea th a t aliens are green comes

fro m th e movies.

4 [ b| | s tro n g ly believe th a t w e should all

recycle.

5 1 a | As I see it, th e A m a zo n forests w ill

soon disappear.

• I see • That's • You are • Y ou've g o t

• I suppose you

a

b

c

d

e



That's tru e . The forests are slow ly

disappearing,

You are rig h t. Recycling is very im p o rta n t,

Y ou've g o t a p o in t th ere . A liens are

always green in film s!

I suppose you are rig h t, b u t m any people

d o believe in aliens,

I see w h a t you m ean. B ut h o w is th a t

possible?



T otal:

100 m arks



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Irregular Verbs

P ast



P ast P a rtic ip le



I n f in it iv e



P ast



P a s t P a rtic ip le



be

bear

beat



was

b o re

beat



been

b o rn (e )

b e a te n



lay

lit

lo s t



becom e

b e g in

b ite

b lo w

b re a k

b rin g



becam e

began

b it

b le w

b ro k e

b ro u g h t

b u ilt



becom e

begun

b itte n

b lo w n

b ro k e n

b ro u g h t

b u ilt



lain

lit

lo s t

m ade

m eant

m et

p a id

put

read

rid d e n



b u r n t (b u rn e d )

b u rs t

bought

c o u ld

caught



b u r n t (b u rn e d )

b u rs t

bought

(b e e n a b le to )

caught

ch o se n

com e

cost

cut

d e a lt

dug

done

d re a m t (dream ed)

d ru n k

d riv e n

e a te n

fa lle n



lie

lig h t

lose

m ake

m ean

m eet

pay

put

read

rid e

rin g

rise

ru n



b u ild

b u rn

b u rs t

buy

can

c a tc h

c h o o se

com e

cost

cut

dea l

d ig

do

d re a m

d rin k

d rive

eat

fa ll

fe e d

fe e l

fig h t

fin d

fle e

fly



c h o se

cam e

cost

cut

d e a lt

dug

d id

d re a m t (dream ed)

d ra n k

d ro v e

a te

fe ll

fe d

fe lt

fo u g h t

fo u n d

fle d

fle w



fo r b id

fo r g e t



fo rb a d e

fo r g o t



fo rg iv e

fre e z e

get

g ive

go

g ro w

hang

have

hear



fo rg a v e

fro z e

got

gave

went

g re w



h id e

h it

h o ld

h u rt

ke e p

know

lay

lead

le a rn

leave

le n d

le t



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fe d

fe lt

fo u g h t

fo u n d

fle d

flo w n

fo rb id d e n

fo r g o tte n

fo rg iv e n

fro z e n

got

g iv e n

gone

g ro w n



h u n g (h a n g e d )

had

h e a rd

h id

h it

h e ld

h u rt

kept

knew



h u n g (h a n g e d )

had

h e a rd

h id d e n



laid

led

le a rn t (le a rn e d )

le ft

le n t

le t



la id

led

• - le a rn t (le a rn e d )

le ft

le n t

le t



h it

h e ld

h u rt

kept

know n



say

see

seek

sell

se n d

se t

sew

sh a ke

s h in e

shoot

show

shut

sin g

s it

s le e p



m ade

m eant

m et

p a id

put

read

ro d e

ra n g

rose

ran

said

saw

sought

s o ld

sent

set

sewed

shook

shone

shot

show ed

shut

sa n g



spell

spend

s p lit



sat

s le p t

s m e lt (sm e lle d )

spoke

s p e lt (sp e lle d )

spent

s p lit



sp re a d

s p rin g



sp re a d

s p ra n g



s ta n d

ste a l

s tic k

s tin g

s tin k



s to o d

s to le

s tu c k

s tu n g



sm e ll

sp e a k



s trik e

sw ear

sw eep

s w im

ta k e

te a c h

te a r

te ll

th in k

th r o w

u n d e rs ta n d

w ake

wear

w in

w r ite



s ta n k

s tru c k

s w o re

sw ept

sw am

to o k

ta u g h t

to r e

to ld

th o u g h t

th r e w

u n d e rs to o d

w oke

w o re

won

w r o te



^



ru n g

risen

ru n

said

seen

sought

so ld

sent

set

sew n

s h a ke n

shone

shot

show n

shut

sung

sat

s le p t

s m e lt (sm e lle d )

spoken

s p e lt (sp e lled )

spent

s p lit

sp re a d

s p ru n g

s to o d

s to le n

s tu c k

s tu n g

s tu n k

s tru c k

s w o rn

sw ept

sw um

ta k e n

ta u g h t

to r n

to ld

th o u g h t

th r o w n

u n d e rs to o d

w oken

w o rn

w on

w r itte n



J



Projects



Project 1



A story



Look a t th e p ictu re . Then w rite y o u r s to ry e n title d "P ro b le m so lve d " fo r th e school m agazine's annual

s h o rt sto ry c o m p e titio n . (1 2 0 -1 8 0 w ords)



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A poster:

R a in f o r e s t s



C o llect in fo rm a tio n th e n m ake a poster a b o u t rainforests. Present it to th e class.



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Project 3



A class survey:

h o w t e e n a g e r s s p e n d t h e ir m o n e y



1



W o rk in groups. T h in k o f five questions you can ask y o u r classm ates a b o u t w h a t th e y spend th e ir

m oney on. M ake a q u estion n a ire like th is, p h o to c o p y it and give it to yo u r classm ates to com plete.



S u r v e y : sp e n d in g m o n ey

N a m e :....................................................................



A g e :...............................



1 W here d o you g e t m o st o f y o u r m oney?

• p a rt-tim e jo b s (e.g. b a b ys ittin g , raking leaves, etc)

• allow ance

• g ifts

• o th e r (give details)

2 H o w m uch m o n e y d o you g e t a w eek?



3 H o w m uch d o you spend on ...

g o in g o u t? ....................................

CD s/videos?....................................



2



Put all th e answers to g e th e r. Use th e q u estions to w rite y o u r report.

Where do you get m ost o f y o u r money?

Most o f m y classmates........



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Sex:



Tapescripts

Unit 1a



Unit 3a



♦ Tapescript fo r Exercise 3 (p. 4)



♦ Tapescript fo r Exercise 4 (p. 20)



Looking fo r a career in travel and tourism? W hy not

check o u t the Liverpool Careers Fair this weekend from

May 26th to May 28th?



A Hello, W indsor Travel Agency. Can I help you?

B: Oh, good morning. I'd like to book a holiday

please.

A- Certainly, Sir. W hat kind o f holiday are you

interested in?

B: Probably a package holiday to somewhere warm. I

saw an advert in the newspaper for half-price

package holidays leaving next month. Are they

still available?

A- Yes Sir, they are, but they are all to Italy or Greece

and it's not very warm there at this tim e o f year.

W hat about the Canary Islands? It's warm there

all year round.

B: Oh, ok ... so w hat have you got available for the

Canary Islands?

A Well, we've got a special offer on a 14-night

package in a 3-star hotel...

6: Oh ... (sounds disappointed). I d o n't think I can

have th a t much tim e o ff work. Have you got

anything for 7 nights?

A Well ... there are rooms available at a lovely 4-star

hotel in Tenerife. Oh, but it's fo r 9 nights ...

B: It's ok, I think th at will be all right. How much is it?

A Let me see ... Palace Hotel, Tenerife...yes, here it

is, it's £360 per person.

B: We have a small child too. Is there any discount

fo r children?

A How old is your child? Children under 5 go free.

B: Oh, actually he's 6.

A: It's ok, there's still a 50% discount for children 6-11.

B: Ok, it sounds fine. How can I book?

/A; The best thing to do is to come to our travel agency.

B: Ok, where is it exactly?

A In Queen's Road, just o ff Liberty Avenue. It's

number 33, opposite Walker's Bakery.

B: Ok, I can come tom orrow morning. Thanks for

your help.

A: You're welcome. Goodbye.



Find o u t about thousands o f job vacancies in the

worldw ide tourist industry and meet representatives

from major international to u r companies, travel

agencies and airlines!

It's very easy to find us. The fair is in St. George's Hall,

directly opposite Lime Street Station. Opening times

are 10am to 6pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday. For

more inform ation just pick up the phone and dial 0151

578 4873.

D on't miss this exciting opportunity!



Unit 2a

♦ Tapescript fo r Exercise 5 (p. 12)

Philip: Hi Jayne, how's your 'famous people' project going?

Jayne: Not bad thanks, Philip. I'm about half way

through. W hat did you choose in the end?

Philip: I chose American presidents. They're really

interesting, especially Abraham Lincoln. He was the

president o f the United States at the time o f the Civil War.

Jayne: Really? I did n 't know th a t! I'm hopeless at

politics. Did Tom do something similar? I think he's

interested in politics too.

Philip: No, no, he's doing crime writers I think.

Jayne: Oh right, that's different! W hat about Joshua?

Do you know w hat he chose?

Philip: Yes, he's doing something about explorers, like

Christopher Columbus.

Jayne: That's not surprising. He's quite adventurous himself!

Philip:Yes, he is isn't he! I bet Melanie chose something

about sport, didn't she? She's mad about sport!

Jayne: Actually, I think she did Hollywood actors. She

loves anything to do w ith films too.

Philip: Oh, I'm surprised! So w ho are you doing then,

Jayne? Something boring like ballet dancers I bet!

Jayne: Philip! I'm doing jazz musicians, and it's not boring!

Jazz music is an important part o f American culture!

Philip: (laughing) I know, I know. I'm just teasing you!

Come on, let's go. I w ant to finish my project tonight!



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Tapescripts



♦ Tapescript fo r Exercise 4 (p. 28)

1



2



90



W hat is the weather like in Paris?

W om an: Wow, so you're in Paris this

weekend! W hat's the weather like

there?

M an: Well, the sun's shining at the

mom ent but they said it'll get

cloudy later on.

W om an: Well, at least it isn't raining!

M an: Yes, you're right. Anyway, it

doesn't m atter w hat the weather's

like. Paris is such an amazing city!

Where does Paul w ant to go for his holidays?

W om an: W hat about going to Scotland for

our holidays this year, Paul?

M an: No way! It'll rain the whole time.

I'm sure o f it!

W om an: W hat about Spain then? The

summers there are always hot and

sunny.

M an: Ok, m aybe...but to be honest I'd

rather go to Italy.



3



W hat is the temperature now?

M an: The weather forecast says th at

there will be a heat wave at the

weekend.

W om an: Really? It's already 34°C. How hot

w ill it be?

M an: They said it w ill reach 38°C on

Saturday, but it w ill fall to 36°C on

Sunday.

W om an: Oh, no! I can't stand the heat!



4



W hat will John need to take w ith him this

weekend?

W om an: Pat, why are you taking your scarf?

It's not going to be cold this

weekend!

M an: Oh, ok ... shall I take

my

sunglasses?

W om an: No, but you need to take your

umbrella. The weather forecast said

there will be some heavy showers

on Sunday!

M an: Ok.



5 W hat will they do?

Girl: Look at those black clouds. I don't

think it's a good idea to go on a

picnic!

Boy: Maybe you're right. We could stay

in and listen to some music.

Girl: I've got a better idea. W hy don't

we watch a video? I rented a good

comedy yesterday and I haven't

seen it yet.

Boy: W hy not? I love comedies.



Unit 5c

♦ Tapescript for Exercise 4 (p. 38)

Presenter: Tonight on Modern History, we are going to



be talking about a disaster which touched the lives of

everyone in Britain - the Herald o f Free Enterprise ferry

disaster. Historian, Marion Downs, is here in the studio.

Marion, w hat exactly happened to the Herald o f Free

Enterprise?

M a rio n : Well, James, let me start by telling your

listeners a little bit about the ship. The Herald o f Free

Enterprise was a ferry and belonged to the British ferry

company, Townsend Thoreson. Its regular route was

from Dover, in Britain, to Zeebrugge, in Belgium.

Presenter: And it was in Zeebrugge th a t the disaster

happened, w asn't it?

M ario n: Yes, that's right. On March 6th, 1987, the

Herald o f Free Enterprise was in the harbour at

Zeebrugge. Somehow, the crew members forgot to

close the cargo doors and water began to come in.

Just 23 minutes after the ferry left the harbour, the

ship started to sink. The water was only th irty feet

deep, so when one side o f the ship hit the bottom , the

other side was still above the water.

Presenter: So, were most o f the passengers rescued?

M arion: Well, the coastguard came immediately and

rescued most o f the passengers. Sadly, 193 o f the 500

passengers and crew died from injuries caused when

the ferry rolled over.

Presenter: So, w hat are ferry companies doing to make

sure th at a disaster like this never happens again?

M a rio n : Well, these days there are cameras outside

most ships to make sure th at all doors are closed

before they leave the port.

Presenter: Marion, thank you for joining us today. I'm

afraid that's all we've got tim e for this week on Modern

History, but we'll be back next Tuesday, when History

professor, Richard Morrell, will be joining us ...



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