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B Complete the conditional sentences using the correct form of the words in brackets.

How would you feel (you / feel) if someone gave you (someone / give / you) a million pounds?

6 If (someone / offer / you) a job abroad, (you /

accept) it?
7 If (I / not / have to) go to work today, (I / probably / go)
shopping instead.
8 You look tired. (I / go) to bed early tonight if (I / be / you).
9 How (you / get) to work if (you / miss) your bus this
10 If (you / can / visit) any country on your last holiday, where
(you / go)?

C Complete the conversation with past modals of deduction.

A: Im sure I saw Carol in town yesterday, but it (0) cant have been (be) her.
B: Why not?
A: Well, Carols on holiday in New Zealand.
B: Maybe it was her. She (11) (come) home early.
A: But she only went on Monday!
B: In that case, you (12) (see) her, obviously.
A: Of course not. It (13) (be) someone else.
B: Hmm. The person you saw (14) (be) her sister.
A: Shes never said anything about a sister before.
B: Well, shes got a twin sister, so it (15) (be) her!

B Complete the text with the comparative or superlative form of the words in brackets.

Little Cassington is probably (0) the prettiest (pretty) village in the county, and has some of
(6) (old) and (7) (attractive) buildings in the whole country. (8)
(good) thing about it is that it is surrounded by countryside. Unfortunately, it is much (9)
(expensive) to buy property there than anywhere else in the area because so many people want to
live there. It also has one of (10) (bad) public transport services in the area, with
only one bus service a day.

C Complete the sentences with the correct form of one of the verbs from the first list and a
preposition from the second list.

know name rely remind succeed wait

about after for in of on

She knew about my problems, but still refused to help me.

11 You really me my best friend. Youre very similar.

12 Come on, hurry up. What are you ?
13 Dont disappoint us. Were all you.
14 It took a lot of work, but we finally persuading him to join us.
15 My brother Bobby is a famous football player, Bobby Moore.

C Complete each sentence with a reflexive pronoun.

The machine switches itself off when it has finished printing.

11 I dont need any help. I can do it .

12 The American Civil War divided the country against .
13 Birds are usually able to feed about four or five weeks after they hatch.
14 Help to food and drink, everyone.
15 When Joanne got home she prepared a bowl of soup and some salad.
F Choose the best words to complete the conversation.

A: Thanks for inviting me to such a great party. Youre a great (0) guest / host / reception.
B: Thank you, thats very kind of you.
A: What a (26) lovely / pleasant / reasonable dress youre wearing.
B: Thanks, Im (27) cheerful / content / glad you like it.
A: And this food is (28) appetising / delicious / palatable.
B: Do you (29) believe / judge / think so? Thank you.
A: You also have a (30) likeable / lovely / sweet home.
B: Thanks. We like living here.

Part B
Reading, listening and pronunciation

G Reading
Read an article about love and hate, and complete the sentences below with one or two words from
the article.

A love-hate relationship
People say that there is a fine line between love and hate. Recently, however, scientists have carried
out a study which discovered that biologically the two are much closer than we previously thought.
Love and hate, they say, are closely linked within the brain. Scientists who were actually
researching how the feeling of hate works within humans discovered that some of the same neural
circuits in the brain were used during the feelings of both love and hate.
So how did they find out? Seventeen people who said they really hated one person were chosen to
be tested in a laboratory experiment. Most of them chose somebody they had known, or maybe a
work colleague, although one person chose a famous politician! A brain scanner was then used to
find out how neural circuits in their brain behaved when they were shown pictures of those people.
The results showed that the neural circuits which became active were in two parts of the brain
called the putamen and the insula. These parts also become active in situations that involve
romantic love.
People can do extreme things both in the name of love and hate, and the results of this experiment
could explain why both emotions can result in extreme behaviour. Professor Semir Zeki, of
University College, London, led the experiment. He said that hate is often considered to be bad and
it is often thought that humans should learn to control it. For a biologist, however, both hate and
love are of equal interest. This is because hate, like love, can be a very irrational emotion, and it can
therefore make people do either extremely brave or extremely bad things.
One major difference between love and hate, however, is that large parts of the brain those
associated with judgement and reasoning switch off when you see someone you love, but only a
small area is switched off when you see someone you hate. This means that you may want to judge
the person you hate, but you are likely to be less critical and judgemental of people you love.

There is a close biological link between love and hate.

31 The emotion of hate uses the same in the brain as love.

32 An was carried out to find out how peoples brains behaved when they saw
something or someone they hated.
33 Two sections of the brain when people are in love or hate something or
34 Many people think that hate is an emotion that we need to .
35 You are more likely to be of people you hate than those you love.

H Listening
Listen to some people talking about the things they would get rid off if they had the choice. For
each person, tick () the thing that they are talking about.
Speaker 1
a people who are rude
b people who are always late
c people who make excuses for everything

36 Speaker 2
a spiders
b mice
c snakes

37 Speaker 3
a cars
b buses
c bicycles

38 Speaker 4
a personal stereos
b bad television programmes
c mobile phones

39 Speaker 5
a cats
b dogs
c babies

40 Speaker 6
a seafood
b fast food
c tobacco