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1 Logged in 3 Unit Test Name: Class: Date: Mark: / 0 Vocabulary 1 Choose the correct answer. Laptops If you have a 1 instead of a desktop, there aren t any 2 because everything is already installed. When you switch on, the 3 will light up so you don t need a 4. You use the to write as normal, but you don t need a separate as that is also part of the laptop. It s called a touch pad. You don t have to be connected to electricity all the time because the laptop has a but you must make sure that you remember to charge it or you won t be able to check your online or do anything else! 1 A website B laptop C signal 2 A cables B batteries C messages 3 A plug B cable C screen 4 A text B website C monitor A monitor B keyboard C battery A mouse B stereo C phone A plug B cable C battery A screen B messages C camera 2 Circle the correct word. 1 You need to press / charge that button to switch on your computer. 2 When I am bored, I like connecting / surfing the Internet. 3 Don t forget to install / unplug your computer when you go away on holiday. 4 I ll download / surf the next episode of Lost and we can watch it together. If you don t want to talk on your phone, you can communicate / type with a text message. I deleted / installed your message by mistake. Can you send it again, please? 3 Complete the sentences with the correct preposition. 1 Why don t you get rid some of these old gadgets? 2 I keep touch with my friends using . 3 Don t throw that away it might come handy one day. 4 Take advantage the sales next month and get a new laptop. I m looking forward getting a new mobile phone for my birthday. 4 Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first. Use phrasal verbs from the box. cut off hang on hung up ring back switch off 1 Last night we lost our telephone connection three times. We got three times last night. 2 I m sorry, but mobile phones are not allowed in the cinema. You need to your mobile phone in the cinema. 3 Can you call me in five minutes? I m quite busy now. Can you me in five minutes? I m quite busy now. 9

2 4 Jan and I were fighting on the phone and she was so angry she stopped the call. Jan was so angry that she! Could you wait for a moment, please, while I find a pen? I need to find a pen, so please for a moment. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words in capitals. 1 The screen on my mobile went blank and I couldn t read my messages. SUDDEN 2 I ll be there in a minute. I ve finished. NEAR 3 When you press the delete button, do it or you might make a mistake. CAREFUL 4 He spends so much time online that he has time to do anything else. HARD You can download any song you like to your phone. EASY, I have done all my homework on my laptop because it is quicker. LATE Grammar Circle the correct words. 1 I think I ll start / am starting going to the gym tomorrow. 2 Shall I / Will I download that new series for us to watch over the weekend? 3 When you pass your exams, I ll buy / will have bought you a new laptop. 4 Will you call / Shall you call me tonight because my phone card has run out? I think the price of mobile phones is coming down / will come down a lot next year. A new beginners computer course is starting / starts every month. Don t call me this time tomorrow morning because I ll be flying / will fly to Japan. By this time next year, I will have bought / will buy a new phone, a car and a laptop. Choose the correct answer. 1 I think I a really cheap mobile phone next time because I keep losing them. A will have got B get C ll get 2 He bored by his new computer by the summer. A is being B will have got C is 3 I how to type properly. I make so many mistakes. A m going to B learn learn C will have learnt 4 Where tonight? A do you go B are you going C will you be going I on my project all evening. Have you finished yours? A will have worked B ll work C ll be working I can t download this file. me, please? A Will you help B Are you helping C Will you be helping Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first. Use the word in bold. 1 The bus leaves in an hour. leaving The bus in an hour. 2 I ve decided to have some computer lessons. going I some computer lessons. 3 At the moment, I am fifteen years old. be Next year, I sixteen. 4 I can t come out because I have to study all evening. will I all evening, so I can t come out. I ve got my first piano lesson tomorrow. start My piano lessons. Our exams finish on June 20. have By June 21, we finished our exams.

3 Logged in 1 w e i v e R s s e r Prog Units 1 3 Name: Class: Date: Mark: / 0 Vocabulary 1 Choose the correct answer A website A install A connects A corridor A selfish A scream A legend A social A courtyards A bossy B battery B surf B downloads B tent B popular B rule B ghost B organised B bridges B remarkable C desktop C type C deletes C block of flats C aggressive C walk C inhabitant C embarrassed C walls C stubborn D keyboard D charge D installs D castle D pessimistic D haunt D man D optimistic D wells D worried 2 Complete the sentences with words from the box. barking crash creaks delete inhabitants pessimistic scenery shore sociable well My brother always thinks bad things will happen. He s very. people, like my friend Nancy, love meeting other people and going out. Our cottage is built on the of a beautiful lake. From the top of the castle the below looked fantastic. That poor dog keeps. I hope it s not sick. At night the roof of the log cabin loudly. Can you show me how to files from my computer? The two cars hit each other with a terrible. When we go camping, we get our water from a. I think the only on the island are birds and insects. 11 M03B_COSM_TB_B1GRC_4_PRO1.indd 11 2/11/ 19:29

4 3 Complete the text with the correct form of the words in capitals. What a bad day! 4 Circle the correct word. 1 Don t wait for me my homework is going to take me a long hour / time to finish. 2 I get on like a boat / house on fire with my sister, but my brother and I are always fighting. 3 I never throw anything away you never know when it might come / fi n d in handy. 4 I can t go on holiday with Sandy because she drives me up the steps / wall. I don t know what I do, but I always ride / get on my teacher s nerves. I ve never seen my teacher lose / throw his temper before and I was quite shocked. The whole family made / took part in this really huge fight. It was horrible! Don t worry about that now, we ll cross that bridge / wall when we come to it. 9 Is the school dance taking room / place in the gym or the youth club this year? Why don t we use / take advantage of the lovely day and go for a picnic in the forest? Complete the dialogue with ONE word only in each gap. Receptionist: Hello, I m trying to get 1 to Mandy Palmer. OK, could you hold 2 a moment, please? Hello, Mandy speaking. Mandy, it s me, Julie. Have you got a minute? Yes, of course. What s wrong? You don t sound very happy. Well, it s Jimmy. We ve fallen 3 again and I don t know what to do. Why don t you get rid 4 him and start hanging with some nicer people? But I was looking to going to the party with him on Saturday. Listen. Marty s going to be there. You get on him, don t you? And he s cute. Yes, I suppose so. OK, I feel better now. That s what friends are for to look each other. What s that funny noise? I don t know, but we might get cut 9. I have to go now. I ll ring you tonight and we can talk some more then. Bye. Bye. 12

5 Grammar Circle the correct words. Choose the correct answer. Plans for next summer My friends and I 1 planning a brilliant holiday for next summer. Debbie s grandparents 2 a cottage on a little island and they say we can stay with them as long as we like. It s not really a cottage, it s more like a villa because it s got about ten rooms, a swimming pool and you can play tennis there, too. Debbie s sister Sharon 3 coming with us because she 4 in Spain then, but our friends Mandy and Julie to come. Debbie is staying in Spain for a month to learn Flamenco, that s a kind of Spanish dancing. When she comes back, she s going to give us a show. We to learn to water ski, but we will also probably spend quite a lot of time lying in the sun by the pool. There isn t much to do at night but we can watch DVDs, listen to music and just hang out together. I don t know if they have an Internet connection but I do know we a wonderful time. 1 A can B will C are 2 A have got B are having C will have got 3 A won t B isn t C doesn t 4 A will have B will be C is A will want B are wanting C want A going B are going C will A will have B are having C will be having Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. 1 We (stay) here for two weeks and then we are going to Paris. 2 What part of Mexico you (come) from? 3 I (try) to go online, but something is wrong with the connection. 4 Last summer we (rent) a big villa by the sea. We (learn) to scuba dive at the moment. I (write) a text message when my battery ran out. I (send) you three s last night. I (not get on) well with my brother s friends. 9 I was eating a sandwich when I (find) a piece of glass in it. The last train (leave) at ten o clock so don t be late. 13

6 Writing 9 Read the writing task below. You have seen this announcement on your school notice board. Notice!! Are you good with computers and children? Do you like the idea of spending your summer on our Computer Farm? In the morning you will be teaching seven- to-ten-year-olds how to use a computer. In the afternoon, you will all go to the beach and in the evening everyone will just be hanging out, cooking sausages over the fire and having fun. Send an to Sally and tell her about yourself and why you want to come and stay. If you have any questions, just ask. Now write your . Tell Sally about your personality. Write about your computer skills and why you like children. Ask any questions you have: dates, accommodation, food. 2 14

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