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Module 1 1a/Students Book pp. 6-7 A. 1. got engaged 2. graduating 3. kept in touch 4. e-mail/e-mailing 5. got a promotion 6. get married B. 1. f 2. a 3. e 4. b 5. c 6. d C. 1. awkward 2. recently 3. problematic 4. nervous 5. happily 6. tender 1a/Students Book pp. 8-9 A. 1. depressed 2. angry 3. embarrassed 4. frightened 5. glad 6. shocked B. 1. grew up 2. fell out 3. broke up 4. brought up 5. made up 6. discuss 7. gossip 8. complained 9. lied 10. nagging C. 1. Are you going 2. leaves 3. goes 4. you always leave / youre always leaving 5. is setting up 6. dont understand D. 1. works 2. is staying 3. is spending 4. likes 5. finishes 6. am having 7. is going 8. lives 9. visit 10. am actually meeting 11. takes part in 12. speaks 13. is taking E. 1. a 2. a 3. b 4. c 5. c 6. a 7. c 8. a 1a/Students Book pp. 10-11 A. 1. b 2. g 3. c 4. e 5. a 6. d 7. h 8. f B. d, c, b, e, a C. at, to build, building , it the, a I know, I knew somethink, something , am ., ? You have got, Have you got Writte, Write 1b/Students Book pp. 12-13 A. 1. wander 2. resourceful 3. respect 4. independent 5. honour 6. spiced 7. herd 8. generations 9. hospitality B. 1. a 2. b 3. a 4. b 5. b 1b/Students Book pp. 14-15 A. Adjective Noun kind kindness warm warmth patient patience generous generosity imaginative imagination hospitable hospitality independent independence B. 1. generous 2. hospitality 3. kind 4. patience 5. warmth 6. independent 7. imaginative C. 1. c 2. b 3. c 4. c 5. b 6. a 7. a 8. b 9. d 10. a D. 1. in 2. the 3. as 4. most 5. are 6. than 7. and 8. is 1b/Students Book pp. 16-17 A. 1. helpline 2. support 3. familiar 4. volunteer 5. tend to 6. facing 7. callers 8. traumatic 9. turn to 10. annoying B. 1. c 2. f 3. e 4. a 5. d 6. b 7. g C. 1. advice 2. a lot of money / it 3. chicken 4. is 5. glass 6. experience 7. light 8. work 9. believe 10. 11. is / it 12. much 13. a little D. 1. many / lots of 2. much 3. some 4. a 5. was 6. little 7. lots of / many 1b/Students Book pp. 18-19 A. 1. Needless to say 2. Although 3. unfortunately 4. One more thing B. 1. honeymoon 2. seating arrangements 3. stressed out 4. charming 5. confirm 6. participants 7. preparations 8. pick out 9. wonder 10.mention 1 round-up/Students Book pp. 20-22 A. 1. c 2. d 3. b 4. d 5. c B. 1. most 2. on 3. the 4. from 5. as 6. up 7. say 8. than 9. and 10. is C. 1. b 2. a 3. b 4. c 5. d 6. c Module 2 2a/Students Book pp. 24-25 A. 1. outing 2. spacious 3. minimum 4. indoor 5. discount 6. belongings 7. luxurious 8. priority B. 1. features 2. ideal 3. consultation 4. fitness regime 5. book 6. instructor 7. unique 8. refresh 2a/Students Book pp. 26-27 A. 1. tourist 2. trips 3. cabin 4. disco 5. battle 6. inhabitant B. 1. landscape 2. exhausting 3. colleagues 4. suite 5. active 6. guests C. 1. b 2. g 3. d 4. f 5. c 6. a 7. e D. 1. was walking / saw 2. sold 3. arrived / was wrapping 4. wore 5. was thinking / saw 6. was driving / ran 7. was studying 8. was having / was reading E. 1. decided 2. offered 3. was staying 4. went 5. visited 6. drove 7. were walking 8. passed 9. were waiting 10. was shining 11. started 12. spent F. 1. the 2. were 3. in 4. take 5. of 6. While 7. most 8. did 2a/Students Book pp. 28-29 A. 1. intriguing 2. elegant 3. fond 4. stroll 5. landmark 6. exceptional 7. remarkable 8. bustling B. 1. unique 2. surprised 3. huge 4. amazing 5. barren 6. spectacular 7. absolute 8. refreshing 9. fascinating 10. unknown

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2b/Students Book pp. 30-31 A. 1. b 2. f 3. g 4. d 5. e 6. a 7. c 8. h B. 1. absolute 2. concerned 3. heading 4. bundle 5. barren 6. pathway 7. companion 8. despair C. 1. a 2. b 3. b 4. a 5. a 2b/Students Book pp. 32-33 A. 1. optimistic 2. spectacular 3. hungry 4. custom 5. magical 6. site 7. enormous 8. opportunity B. 1. coracle 2. competitors 3. gather 4. impressive 5. careless 6. useful 7. pale 8. attractive C. 1. disappointing 2. amazed 3 tired 4. interesting 5. frightened D. 1. had left 2. had finished 3. had cleaned 4. had been working 5. had been travelling 6. had bought 7. had been waiting E. 1. had booked 2. had been trying 3. took 4. went 5. were walking 6. visited 7. went 8. enjoyed 9. had driven / drove 10. took 11. ended 12. went 13. were strolling 14. realised 15. had 16. had already packed 17. found 18. got F. 1. a 5. b 2. b 6. a 3. c 7. b 4. a 8. b 2b/Students Book pp. 36-37 A. Suggested Answer This year for spring break, my friends decided to go to Denver and ski. They wanted me to go with them, but I had done a lot of skiing during the winter. So instead, I decided that I would take a little road trip on my own and explore the state of Tennessee, where I live. I hadnt been to the Smoky Mountains for years, so I decided to start from there. Unfortunately, this turned out to be a really bad idea. B. 4, 1, 3, 2 Suggested Answer Well, in my excitement, I forgot to take a map and after a while, I realised I was terribly lost. I didnt have a mobile phone, so I couldnt phone for help. It was starting to get dark, and I didnt have a torch, so I decided to make a small camp for myself. I put my things down and started looking for some wood to make a fire. When I got back to my campsite guess what I found? A bear, eating all my food! Luckily, it wasnt a Grizzly bear, so I was able to scare it off. C. Suggested Answer I finally managed to get a fire going, but I didnt have anything to eat and I didnt sleep very well because I was worried that the bear might come back. Fortunately, in the morning I found some other hikers who helped me find my way back to my car. Next time, Ill think twice before taking a trip like that on my own! 2 round-up/Students Book pp. 38-40 A. 1. d 2. c 3. c 4. b 5. c 6. a B. 1. mysterious 2. impressive 3. colourful 4. beautiful 5. attractive 6. remarkable 7. exceptional 8. disappointed C. 1. b 2. c 3. a 4. c 5. d 6. b 7. c 8. c Module 3 3a/Students Book pp. 42-43 A. 1. sketch 2. identify 3. fingerprints 4. evidence 5. essential 6. criminals 7. convicted 8. required 9. adrenalin rush 10. opportunity B. Down 1. HIRE 2. CREATE 3. COMMERCIALS 4. RECORDING 5. AUDITION Across 6. MIKE 7. DEGREE 8. SATISFACTION 3a/Students Book pp. 44-45 A. 1. f 2. d 3. e 4. a 5. c 6. h 7. g 8. b B. 1. earn 2. job 3. resign 4. work 5. involved 6. financial 7. won 8. fortune 9. remains 10. host C. 1. has been learning 2. has already cut 3. has always wanted 4. have been trying 5. has never been 6. has / been 7. have just finished 8. has been painting 9. Have you called 10. have you been doing D. 1. been studying for three hours 2. known Jackie for more than three years 3. had this pullover since her birthday 4. not played the piano for five years 5. has it been since you (last) saw Milo E. 1. d 2. c 3. a 4. c 5. c 6. a 7. b 8. d 9. a 10. b F. 1. always 2. them 3. and / who 4. about 5. with 6. to 7. for 8. of 9. are 10. with

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2b/Students Book pp. 34-35 A. 1. suddenly / Luckily 2. naturally 3. possibly 4. completely 5. incredibly 6. finally 7. probably B. 1. troublesome 2. disappointment 3. strike 4. ruin 5. hassle 6. worry 7. Trekking 8. stress C. 1. Before I had children, I often used to go shopping with my friends. 2. In those days, my friends from India would cook chicken curry every other day. 3. Did you use to go swimming a lot when you were a teenager? 4. Suzie didnt use to visit her grandparents a lot but now she does. 5. As a child, Monica would spend many hours playing in the park. 6. That singer used to travel a lot around Europe a few years ago. 7. When she was abroad, Elena used to gossip with her sister on the phone for hours. 8. Vicky didnt use to cycle to school; she started after I bought her a bike. 9. Brian and Fay didnt use to spend so much time together until recently. 10. During my summer holiday, I would sleep all day and do absolutely nothing. D. 1. Were you going to say 2. werent going to sell 3. was going to go 4. wasnt going to ask / was simply going to take 5. was going to tell 6. Were you and your friends going to watch 7. wasnt going to say 8. were you going to tell 9. was going to reserve 10. werent going to go out E. 1. b 2. c 3. d 4. a 5. c 6. c 7. a 8. c

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3a/Students Book pp. 46-47 A. 1. application form 2. research 3. flexible 4. appreciate 5.majoring 6. dependable 7. make ends meet 8. possess B. 7. I am writing in response to your advertisement which was published in The Daily News on 6th April. 2. I am an 18-year-old student in my final year of Senior High School. 4. For this reason, I believe that I possess the leadership and organisational skills that you mention in your advertisement. 5. I am thus confident that I will be able to communicate with foreign children effectively. 1. Given my background, I feel that I possess the necessary social skills and qualities required for the position. 9. I hope my application will be taken into consideration. 3b/Students Book pp. 48-49 A. 1. mass media 2. current affairs 3. branch 4. Educators 5. curriculum 6. Course planners 7. Webpage development 8. principles B. 1. b 2. e 3. d 4. g 5. c 6. h 7. f 8. a 1. prevent 2. optional 3. lack 4. criticise 5. access 3b/Students Book pp. 50-51 A. 1. subject 2. teacher 3. appealing 4. professor 5. grants 6. confess 7. course B. 1. scholarship 2. instructor 3. suitable 4. earnings 5. convinced 6. occupation C. 1. who 2. who / that 3. where 4. which / that 5. whose 6. when 7. who / that 8. where D. open answers E. 1. The book (which/that) Jack lent me had descriptions of various occupations and the necessary educational requirements. / Jack lent me a book (which/ that) had descriptions of various occupations and the necessary educational requirements. 2. Jackie, who is very intelligent, decided to go to Law School. / Jackie, who decided to go to Law School, is very intelligent. 3. The career-guidance officer (who/that) I met told me to take my personal values into consideration when making a career choice. / I met a career-guidance officer who told me to take my personal values into consideration when making a career choice. 4. Ben, whose father is an engineer, is studying to be a doctor. 5. The conference room where / in which the meeting was held was spacious and air-conditioned. / The meeting was held in a conference room which/ that was spacious and airconditioned. F. 1. a 2. a 3. c 4. b 5. a 6. a 7. b 8. c 9. c 3b/Students Book pp. 52-53 A. 1. elevator 2. certified 3. interact 4. cell phone 5. special needs 6. effective 7. fall 8. pace 9. vacation 10. sidewalk B. 1. focused 2. sweater 3. store 4. garbage 5. apartment 6. line C. 1. shouldnt / ought not to / had better not eat 2. should / ought to / had better see 3. should / ought to / had better 4. shouldnt have eaten / ought not to have eaten 5. should / ought to / had better 6. should / ought to have studied D. Suggested Answers 1. You should / had better / ought to start studying for your exam. 2. You should tidy up your room. 3. You should be more careful when you write a composition. 4. You had better stop eating so much chocolate. E. 1. a 2. b 3. b 4. c 5. b 6. c F. 1. shouldnt eat / had better not eat / ought not to eat 2. should have made 3. ought to call the police 4. shouldnt have trusted 5. had better go to work 3b/Students Book pp. 54-55 A. 1. overwhelmed 2. trend 3. unemployed 4. submit 5. adjust B. A. 2 B. 1 C. 4 D. 3 C. Paragraph A: furthermore Paragraph B: what is more Paragraph C: apart from this Paragraph D: moreover / in addition 3 round-up/Students Book pp. 56-58 A. 1. G 2. F 3. B 4. D 5. A 6. E B. 1. b 2. d 3. d 4. a 5. c 6. b 7. c 8. b C. 1. c 2. b 3. c 4. d 5. a 6. a 7. d 8. c Module 4 4a/Students Book pp. 60-61 A. 1. congested 2. remarkable 3. simultaneously 4. inevitable 5. optional 6. altitude 7. flexible 8. considerably B. 1. a 2. c 3. b 4. b 5. a 6. c 7. a 8. a C. 1. e 2. d 3. c 4. b 5. a 6. f 4a/Students Book pp. 62-63 A. 1. bumped / into 2. cope / with 3. protect / from 4. replace / with 5. negotiate / with 6. combine / with 7. mix / with 8. differs / from B. 1. improvement 2. operation 3. connection 4. arrangements 5. inventions 6. reduction C. 1. b 2. e 3. c 4. a 5. d D. 1. d 2. b 3. d 4. a 5. b 6. b 7. a E. 1. will be 2. wont have finished / wont finish 3. is going to take 4. wont make 5. will be flying 6. will call, arrives F. 1. be 2.in 3. more 4. on 5. with 6. which 7. will 8. when/if 4a/Students Book pp. 64-65 A. 1. programme 2. impressive / exciting 3. technical 4. information 5. exciting / impressive 6. world 7. protect 8. breakthrough B. 2. THE DARK SIDE OF THE INTERNET C. Suggested Answer Although many people today regard the Internet as a necessary tool, I think there are more dangers involved in surfing online than we like to believe. It might be true that it has changed our lives to an amazing extent; however, after a few years of Internet excitement, it has become obvious that we should be extra careful when connecting to the worldwide web. D. 1 4b/Students Book pp. 66-67 A. 1. reality 2. medical

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3. distract 4. ambitious 5. investigate 6. aim B. 1. c 2. d 3. a 4. b 5. f 6. e C. 1. operation 2. scan 3. engrossed 4. surgeon 5. anxiety 6. procedure 7. treatment 8. lessen 4b/Students Book pp. 68-69 A. 1. uncomfortable 2. painful 3. helpful 4. successful 5. careless 6. rebuild 7. harmless 8. rewrite B. 1. f 2. c 3. d 4. e 5. b 6. a C. 1. press / starts 2. would go / get 3. freezes / will go 4. call / will give 5. won / would buy D. 1. I knew how to change a tyre, I would do it myself. 2. you do as I say, youll get into trouble. 3. I were you, I would study hard for the test. 4. I had enough time, I would go out with you. 5. Jim loses a game, he gets angry. 6. he doesnt hurry, he will miss the bus. / If he hurries, he wont miss the bus. 4b/Students Book pp. 70-71 A. 1. gadgets 2. passport 3. country 4. photograph 5. person 6. money B. 1. c 2. e 3. a 4. f 5. d 6. b C. 1. identity 2. state-of-the-art 3. facilitates 4. privacy 5. physical 6. compete D. 1. c 2. b 3. a 4. c 5. a 6. c 7. a 8. c E. 1. had to attend 2. must not speak to him 3. needs to study harder 4. did not have to wait 5. does not have to wake 6. must wear / have to wear 7. do not need to come / need not come F. 1. for 2. of 3. would 4. have 5. will 6. to 7. in 8. from 9. be/become 10. In 4b/Students Book pp. 72-73 A. 1. include 2. Presently 3. advanced 4. interact 5. online 6. deal 7. aspect 8. guaranteed B. 1. to begin with 2. In fact 3. To be honest 4. moreover / Finally 5. actually 6. Furthermore C. 1. a. Hello, Dear b. is a joke, is misleading 2. a. Are you serious? b. If not, Ill make sure no one ever buys anything from you again. 3. I am a busy woman so I want to be able to check my e-mails fast and not waste time waiting. 4 round-up/Students Book pp. 74-76 A. 1. b 2. a 3. b 4. b 5. c 6. a 7. c 8. a B. 1. A 2. C 3. D 4. A 5. B 6. B 7. D 8. A Module 5 5a/Students Book pp. 78-79 A. 1. replicas 2. semi-precious 3. discount 4. package 5. workshops 6. cable car 7. toddlers 8. senior 9. seasonal 10. vehicles B. 1. b 2. d 3. a 4. c 5. e C. 1. re-energise 2. various 3. combine 4. on site 5. habitat 6. truly 5a/Students Book pp. 80-81 A. 1. humid 2. thrill 3. trek 4. scenery 5. hooked B. 1. e 2. c 3. f 4. d 5. a 6. b C. 1. to go 2. start 3. to see 4. crying 5. to play 6. to do 7. to help 8. stay D. 1. drinking 2. to inform 3. to buy 4. putting 5. to tell 6. to get E. 1. go 2. getting 3. to make 4. feel 5. to sit 6. doing 7. sleeping 8. talking 9. get 10. to get 11. hanging around 12. to take part 13. to do 14. to try 15. saying 16. to describe F. 1. I knew how to swim 2. suggest we (should) leave / suggest leaving 3. was no point in worrying 4. made me clean up 5. refused to help me 5a/Students Book pp. 82-83 A. 1. displaying 2. rewarding 3. vivid 4. valuable 5. stimulate 6. variety B. 2. Field trips can turn learning into a stimulating and enjoyable experience. 3. To begin with, there is a wide range of locations that may be visited, both indoors and outdoors, depending on what subject is being studied. 4. Furthermore, field trips are fun because they give students an opportunity to be with each other in an environment other than that of a dull classroom. 1. To sum up, field trips can be a valuable educational alternative for school children. 5b/Students Book pp. 84-85 A. 1. e 2. a 3. d 4. c 5. b B. 1. react 2. occupy 3. inspire 4. publish 5. appreciate 6. respond C. 1. so far 2. in order to 3. date back 4. similar 5. worth 6. sort through 7. Instead of 8. bunch 5b/Students Book pp. 86-87 A. 1. bunch 2. foreign 3. pack 4. predict 5. similar 6. Identical 7. mention 8. set 9. strange 10. ticket B. 1. fond of 2. proud of 3. fed up with 4. impressed with 5. tired of C. 1. cant have been 2. cant have been 3. must be 4. must have told 5. must be 6. must work out 7. cant have 8. must have missed 9. cant be 10. cant have seen D. 1. c 2. e 3. a 4. d 5. b 6. f E. 1. a 2. b 3. b 4. c 5. a 6. a 7. a 8. c 5b/Students Book pp. 88-89 A. 1. director 2. performance 3. rehearsal(s) 4. production

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5. stuntman B. 1. c 2. b 3. a 4. e 5. d C. 1. director 2. convincing 3. community 4. boost 5. cast 6. stuntman 7. plot 8. outdoor 9. academy award D. 1. could I 2. arent I 3. shall we 4. will you 5. am I 6. didnt you 7. had you E. 1. will you / could you / can you 2. is she 3. arent I 4. shouldnt they 5. is it 6. doesnt she 7. was he F. 1. since 2.on 3. not 4. of 5. were 6. may / might 7. pay 8. as 9. did 10. get 5b/Students Book pp. 90-91 A. A. 3 B. 2 C. 4 D. 1 B. Suggested Answer A. authentic breathtaking fantastic brilliant B. exciting close C. moving D. fascinating talented 5 round-up/Students Book pp. 92-94 A. 1. avoid speaking to 2. doesnt let me stay 3. could have got killed 4. really like my cooking, do 5. cant have failed 6. is no point in talking B. 1. c 2. b 3. e 4. a 5. h 6. i 7. d 8. g Module 6 6a/Students Book pp. 96-97 A. 1. volunteers 2. impact 3. dedicated 4. mattress 5. facilitate 6. annual 7. appointed 8. landscape B. 1. came across 2. pick them up 3. closed down 4. heading to 5. with 6. depended on 7. belong 8. into C. 1. b 2. d 3. a 5. c 6. g 7. h 6. take / are taking 7. have tried / are trying 8. have produced / produce / are producing 9. are encouraged / are being encouraged 10. continue 6a/Students Book pp. 100-101 A. 1. common sense 2. conservation 3. man-made 4. fatal 5. wildlife reserves 6. gap year 7. branches 8. miss out on B. b C. Suggested Answer The wildlife reserve is definitely worth visiting and we can arrange to go there together; its a place I always enjoy going to. Im afraid I dont know much about rockclimbing in the area, but I will find out which sports clubs organise things like that and Ill let you know. There is no need to bring anything else, but thanks for asking; the sweets are more than enough. 6b/Students Book pp. 102-103 A. 1. b 2. a 3. c 4. a 5. b B. 1. c 2. e 3. b 4. f 5. d 6. a C. 1. bonds 2. habitat 3. reputation 4. former 5. captivity 6. appetite 7. handsome 8. Nearly 9. promotional 6b/Students Book pp. 104-105 A. 1. rights 2. jam 3. trail 4. town 5. park 6. march 7. fire 8. centre 1. hometown 2. protest march 3. nature trails 4. forest fires 5. animal rights 6. city centre 7. traffic jams 8. car park B. 1. of 2. As 3. with 4. for 5. On 6. with 7. of C. 1. for 2. of 3. to 4. to 5. of 6. to D. 1. is being built 2. be called 3. will be informed 4. are never allowed 5. Has / been sent 6. was made E. 1. is expected that Mary will become a doctor. / is expected to become a doctor. 2. were bought new clothes (by Katie). / were bought for the children (by Katie). 3. is believed that he has committed the crime. / is believed to have committed the crime. 4. is thought that pollution causes a number of health problems. / is thought to cause a number of health problems. 5. has been offered a higher position (by the manager). / has been offered to Carl (by the manager). F. 1. leaking tap is being fixed 2. family had been trapped 3. was said about the 4. will not be given permission 5. hates being told what 6. has this book been written 7. project must be finished 6b/Students Book pp. 106-107 A. 1. destructive 2. predictions 3. erosion 4. eruption 5. instructions 6. medical 7. financial 8. psychological B. 1. contain 2. defend 3. injured 4. effect 5. rescued 6. knocking 7. belongings C. 1. Even though 2. Despite 3. Although 4. despite 5. Even though 6. Although D. 1. not feeling well 2. spite of feeling disappointed

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6a/Students Book pp. 98-99 A. 1. inhabitants 2. participation 3. application 4. assistant 5. protection 6. contestant 7. creation B. 1. a 2. b 3. b 4. b 5. a 6. b 7. b C. 1. The car was stolen while we were sleeping. 2. The report had been finished before Sandra came. 3. The damage will be paid for by our company. 4. Measures must be taken (by the government) to prevent pollution. 5. The plans for the house have already been drawn up (by the architect). 6. These files should be put in the drawer. D. 1. is always served 2. choose 3. be cancelled 4. has cooked 5. was followed 6. print E. 1. Will my car have been/be repaired by Monday? 2. The meeting must be attended by everyone. 3. English is spoken all over the world. 4. Bob has not been promoted yet. 5. Unfortunately, all the food had been eaten by the time we arrived. F. 1. will be made / will have been made 2. have been destroyed 3. has been caused 4. was brought 5. has contributed / is contributing

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3. even though it started 4. it is not easy 5. spite of the fact that 6. even though he had plenty 7. having worked hard 6b/Students Book pp. 108-109 A. 1. d 2. b 3. b 4. d 5. c 6. b B. 1. c 2. e 3. d 4. f 5. a 6. b C. Firstly Therefore Actually On the other hand As a matter of fact All in all However D. Suggested Answer I would like to express my opinion. the city centre has been neglected for far too long. are not completely wrong. without making it impossible for residents to use the streets and pavements. 6 round-up/Students Book pp. 110-112 A. 1. a 2. c 3. c 4. b 5. c 6. a 7. a 8. b 9. a 10. b B. 1. c 2. b 3. a 4. c 5. b 6. d 7. b Module 7 7a/Students Book pp. 114-115 A. 1. c 2. b 3. c 4. b 5. a 6. b 7. a B. 1. b 2. e 3. d 4. a 5. c 1. pointed out 2. luxury suite 3. having second thoughts 4. cater for 5. blood circulation C. 1. b 2. e 3. d 4. a C. 1. the following 2. told 3. had gone 4. rises 5. finished 6. had 7. of 8. for 9. on D. 1. Linda said she would be working all day the following/ next day. 2. Dan told me we / they were going to Jeremys house that night. 3. Brad said he had forgotten to buy milk again. 4. Nick told his mother he had already booked a plane ticket. 5. Our teacher says / tells us we should always pay attention. 6. Angela said if she lived on an island, she would go swimming all year round. 7. My father said some birds fly south for the winter. E. 1. Alice denied damaging / having damaged Liams/his camera. 2. My mother suggested going / that we go to the cinema that night. 3. Mary advised me to see a dentist. 4. His boss apologised for calling him so late at night. 5. My sister insisted on paying for the meal. 6. Kate reminded her husband to buy some bread on his way home. 7a/Students Book pp. 118-119 A. 1. figure out 2. eyesight 3. accurate 4. surgeon 5. allergic 6. mainly 7. disposable 8. vary B. 1. comon, common 2. dissagreements, disagreements 3. bein, being 4. teem, team 5. stressfull, stressful 6. fasing, facing 7. advise, advice C. 1. b 2. c 3. a 4. d D. Suggested Answer First of all, you made a big mistake going to a teacher and lying, so I strongly advise you to speak to the teacher and explain what you did. Also, even though your teammate called you a name, I suggest you should apologise to him because what you did was wrong. Apart from that, if you are really serious about the hockey team, it would be a good idea to start acting more responsibly about practice. In order to make things up with your coach and teammates, why dont you tell them youre sorry about what happened and that you are going to make an extra effort from now on? 7b/Students Book pp. 120-121 A. 1. set off 2. reckless 3. turned out 4. rely on 5. knocked down 6. took down 7. went after B. 1. sponsorship 2. fitness 3. determination 4. creature 5. repetitive 6. extraordinary 7. relaxation C. 1. went after 2. privilege 3. patience 4. alert 5. motivation 6. seeking 7. enhance 8. exhaustion 7b/Students Book pp. 122-123 A. 1. for the time being 2. in no time 3. time after time 4. on time 5. from time to time 6. ahead of time 7. behind the times 8. just in time B. 1. gain 2. mental 3. infected 4. cured 5. raise 6. emotional 7. poisoned 8. heals C. 1. dietician 2. failure 3.pleasure 4. herbal 5. overdo 6. illness 7. weakness D. 1. b 2. c 3. a 4. c 5. b 6. a 7. c E. 1. wanted 2. not 3. had / previous 4. would 5. to F. 1. when she was leaving for 2. asked / begged Tess not to 3. to stop talking and listen 4. where she had left her 5. if the children were going to the cinema 6. if I had seen 7. not to stay up 7b/Students Book pp. 124-125 A. 1. soy 2. Shrimps 3. in shape 4. spices 5. crisps 6. protein 7. carbohydrates 8. Nuts 9. vegetarianism 10. nutritional B. 1. so 2. such a lot of / so much 3. so many 4. such a 5. such 6. so much / such a lot of C. 1. such an exhausting journey that I slept all day when I got home 2. was making so much / such a lot of noise (that) I couldnt study 3. so many / such a lot of mistakes (that) you should take the test again 4. was such a beautiful day (that) they decided to go on a picnic 5. fog was so thick (that) Adrian couldnt see anything 6. much traffic (that) we cant move 7b/Students Book pp. 126-127 A. 1. c 2. a 3. b 4. b 5. c B. 1. c 2. d 3. b 4. e 5. a 1. supervise 2. As a matter of fact 3. willing 4. cramped 5. fitness centre C. Suggested Answers Sports Facilities Firstly, the gym needs modern equipment for the weight training room. Secondly, our members

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7a/Students Book pp. 116-117 A. 1. sight 2. lying 3. improved 4. drop 5. view 6. laid 7. developed 8. lower B. 1. a 2. b 3. a 4. a 5. a

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constantly complain that the surface of the football pitch is so hard that it causes injuries. Replacing the present surface with artificial grass should be considered. Staff There has been a shortage of staff at the Club, especially since two instructors retired last year. It is necessary for new staff to be hired in order to cope with the increased membership. In particular, a request has been made for a skateboarding instructor and an art instructor. Lending Library Although the library has a large collection of books, it does not have a wide selection of magazines or DVDs. The possibility of offering a larger selection of these should be looked into. D. b 7 round-up/Students Book pp. 128-130 A. 1. know 2. so 3. on 4. and 5. such 6. say/argue/claim 7. which 8. if 9. must/should 10. most B. 1. b 2. c 3. d 4. b 5. a 6. a Module 8 8a/Students Book pp. 132-133 A. 1. quaint 2. storeys 3. supervised 4. plunged 5. lounge 6. appeal 7. range 8. host B. 1. d 2. b 3. e 4. a 5. c C. Verbs/Nouns Adjectives attract attractive disappoint disappointed access accessible season seasonal extend extensive boom booming 1. extend 2. access 3. disappointed 4. attractive 5. booming 8a/Students Book pp. 134-135 A. 1. cuisine 2. Ancient 3. old-fashioned 4. offered 5. popular 6. convenient B. 1. cater for 2. cooker 3. cosy 4. common 5. supply 6. comfortable C. 1. see 2. were 3. learnt 4. go 5. came 6. didnt have 7. gave 8. didnt / wouldnt complain D. 1. I wish I knew how to play the piano. / I wish I could play the piano. 2. Jane acts as if she were rich but shes not. 3. Its (high / about) time Jack found a job. 4. I would rather my husband helped me with the housework. 5. If only I could attend my best friends wedding. 6. I wish I were taller. E. 1. would 2. on 3. rather 4. but 5. which 6. was/were 7. could 8. so 9. could 10. time 11. Although 8a/Students Book pp. 136-137 A. 1. bargain 2. designer labels 3. credit card 4. affordable 5. department store 6. replace 7. boarding 8. hike B. 1. Although 2. Let me begin 3. In fact 4. but 5. It is worth mentioning 6. Whats more 7. consequently 8. The way I see it 8b/Students Book pp. 138-139 A. 1. adjust 2. contribution 3. drastic 4. admit 5. furious B. 1. d 2. e 3. b 4. a 5. f 6. g 7. c 8. h 1. hustle and bustle 2. saw red 3. tends to 4. upside-down 5. warmed to 6. go wild 7. crank up 8. take advantage of 8b/Students Book pp. 140-141 A. 1. took the blame 2. take it for granted 3. take notice 4. take pride B. 1. green 2. pink 3. black and white 4. blue 5. red 6. green C. 1. had known / would have studied 2. had completed / wouldnt have lost 3. left 4. hadnt spoken 5. were / would start 6. hadnt taken 7. had told / wouldnt have found 8. had / would buy 9. went 10. had known / would have bought D. 1. I had known that my father had an appointment at the dentists, I wouldnt have taken the car. 2. my mother had told me that she would be home late, I would have cooked dinner. 3. I had applied for the job sooner. 4. I hadnt bought a second-hand car. 5. I had known that Jack was having financial difficulties, I would have helped him. E. 1. b 2. a 3. a 4. a 5. c 6. b 7. c 8. a 9. b 10. b 8b/Students Book pp. 142-143 A. 1. f 2. e 3. c 4. b 5. d 6. a B. 1. commercials 2. update 3. adolescents 4. sponsor 5. trends 6. constructive C. 1. table 2. fire 3. date 4. stop 5. free 6. eyes 7. foot 8. pressure D. 1. painted 2. to revise 3. assemble 4. downloaded 5. prepared 6. to watch / engage E. 1. I have been having Jane teach me Spanish. / I have been getting Jane to teach me Spanish. / I have been having Spanish taught to me by Jane. 2. Jenny is having / getting her hair cut by Frannie. / Jenny is having Frannie cut her hair. / Jenny is getting Frannie to cut her hair. 3. My mum had / got her car repaired by Jack. / My mum had Jack repair her car. / My mum got Jack to repair her car. 4. Kathy is having Zo help her with her project. / Kathy is getting Zo to help her with her project. 5. Lara had had the house cleaned by Freddy. / Lara had had Freddy clean the house. Lara had got Freddy to clean the house. F. 1. if I had known 2. wish I had enough money 3. set eyes on that car 4. if I knew where 5. acts as though she knew 6. put a stop to 7. had new tiles put 8. got John to build me 8b/Students Book pp. 144-145 A. 1. luxury 2. addictions 3. anxiety 4. concern 5. set limits to B. 1. c 2. f 3. a 4. d 5. b 6. e
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8 round-up/Students Book pp. 146-148 A. 1. had 2. would 3. could 4. though/if 5. got 6. only 7. If 8. would B. 1. c 2. a 3. c 4. a 5. d 6. d 7. a 8. c