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1 Pre-intermediate Progress Test Units 4 6A Listening 1 Track 3 Listen to the directions and write places a) f) in the correct position on the map. L 4 C O R N O D OXFORD RD S O S N 6 S 2 R T You O BRICK ROAD R are A 1d E here D E 3 x T a) restaurant d) post office b) hotel e) museum c) cinema f) art gallery 2 Track 4 Listen to the stressed syllables and write the words in the correct box. Oo biscuits ooo Ooo oooo Vocabulary and grammar 3 Cross out the word that does not fit in each group. 1 do a project / mistake / well / PE 2 make yoga / friends / a decision / a speech 3 study lorry / online / science / maths 4 have a cold / an X-ray / a broken leg / sick go by minibus / sailing / ferry / helicopter 6 take a map / pills / a rucksack / cricket 4 Complete the words for the definitions. 1 You should study this is if you want to be an actor: d r a m a 2 Someone who doesn t eat meat or fish: v 3 Things you buy and bring home from your holiday: s 4 You need this to play tennis: r A similar game to tennis but it s very fast: s 6 Tourists usually travel on this kind of bus: c Underline the correct alternative. 1 Have you ever been / played rollerblading? 2 The actor John Marlow gave / did the greatest performance of his life as Hamlet. 3 He has to make / sit an exam for the job but he probably won t pass it. 4 The doctor says you must stop missing / taking breakfast. She should avoid getting / working with computers because of her headaches. 6 I don t understand why I m so tired. I m getting / taking lots of sleep. 6 Underline the correct alternative. 1 Have / Did you ever made the wrong decision? 2 Trainers are not allowed in most British schools. Students can / mustn t wear them. 3 We watched / were watching TV when we saw / were seeing a mouse. 4 She usually avoids eating / to eat junk food. They has / have worked for the same company in / since We might not / expect to see / seeing them on Sunday. 7 He hasn t / didn t written to his family since / for ten years. 8 Tom s good at maths. He ll help you to do / doing your homework. 9 I won t / ll ask her again. She doesn t seem to want / wanting to go. You have / don t have to call him. You promised telling / to tell him the result. 1

2 Pre-intermediate Progress Test Units 4 6A 7 Underline the correct answer, a), b) or c). My Aunt Jane 1 c a wonderful life. She s an English teacher and 2 and worked all over the world. Her first job was at a secondary school in Turkey where she 3 a class of thirty-three eleven-year-old children for twenty-five hours a week. It was an English-medium school: the teachers taught all the subjects 4 English so first-year students needed it quickly. They didn t know any English and my aunt didn t speak Turkish 6 it wasn t easy. Aunt Jane always remembers 7 home thirty-three homework books to mark every night. But she had a wonderful time 8 she was living there. She 9 all the school holidays travelling round the country bus, learnt Turkish and had the first of many amazing travel experiences. She s 11 forgotten it. 1 a) had b) was having c) s had 2 a) is living b) lives c) has lived 3 a) has taught b) taught c) s teaching 4 a) by b) in c) for a) learning b) to learning c) to learn 6 a) so b) then c) but 7 a) take b) to take c) taking 8 a) where b) while c) what 9 a) was spending b) spent c) spend a) by b) on c) in 11 a) always b) occasionally c) never Reading 8 Read and underline the correct answer, a), b) or c). Summerhill is a small boarding school in the east of England. It has educated students from all over the world since The founder of Summerhill, A. S. Neill, believed in democratic or free education. By this, he meant that children should have the freedom to make decisions for themselves. Summerhill students Takeshi and Margit agree. Takeshi: I m sixteen and I m from Japan. I ve been at Summerhill since I was nine. It s so different from Japanese schools, where school rules are very strict. Here students and teachers have meetings every week, and we talk about rules that we agree or don t agree with. Every student of whatever age can say what he or she thinks, and then vote to decide what to do. It s fantastic. Margit: I m twelve and I m from Germany. I ve been here for five years and I know that some people think we never go to lessons, but it isn t true. We study all the normal school subjects from 9 o clock to 3 o clock every day. We don t have to go to classes if we don t want to, but most students go because they like learning new things. I love science and languages, and I never miss a physics or Chinese lesson. Nowadays education seems to be about doing more tests so many people are looking for more motivating ways of learning. Might Summerhill have the answer? 1 Summerhill has been open for over b years. a) b) 80 c) 0 2 A. S. Neill thought that should be free to decide what they want to do. a) teachers b) students c) parents 3 At Summerhill, students give their opinion about what happens in the school. a) have to b) can t c) can 4 Most students go to classes even if they don t have to. a) always b) rarely c) never Margit always science classes. a) misses b) going to c) goes to 6 Many people think schoolwork be more motivating than it is now. a) doesn t have to b) should c) shouldn t 1

3 Pre-intermediate Progress Test Units 4 6A Speaking 9 Underline the correct response, a), b) or c). 1 What s the matter? a) I suppose so. b) I feel sick. c) I ll give you some pills. 2 Why don t we stop smoking? a) You re right. b) I don t think you should. c) I can t sleep. 3 We re looking for the chemist s. Is it far? a) No, sorry. b) I m not sure. c) Yes, it s here. 4 I think we should stop using the car all the time. a) You should walk. b) I don t think that s a very good idea. c) My legs hurt. Is this the right way to the library? a) Can you help me? b) No, it s on the left. c) Yes, it s at the end of this street. 6 Where does it hurt? a) It s very painful. b) In my neck and shoulders. c) I ve got a temperature. Complete gaps 1 11 in the conversation with ONE word (including contractions). A: Hi, Anna. 1 What s the matter? You look worried. B: Oh, sorry. I was thinking 2 my holiday in Brazil. A: 3 I help? B: Maybe. I can t decide what to take. A: How long are you 4 for? B: Two weeks. A:? B: In February for the carnival. A: Oh, that s easy then. It ll 6 summer so take lots of shorts 7 T-shirts. B: Yes, I know that. But what about the other things I might need? It can rain a lot in summer, they say. A: You aren t 8 to take waterproof clothes and an umbrella, I hope?! B: I thought it might be a 9 idea. A: Don t! be very hot and you won t mind getting wet sometimes. B: I suppose so. A: And you 11 take a digital camera you ll lose it. But you must take a money belt. B: A money belt? What s that? Writing 11 Underline six mistakes in the languagelearning advice blog. I m Alex and I am coming from Hungary. I love music and I ve learnt all my English by listening to English songs. I listen the songs again and again, and read and re-read the words. I also look up new words in an online dictionary and practise the pronunsiashun. Then I am singing the songs while I m listening. My English isn t perfekt but the singers make a lot of grammar mistakes on the English songs! 12 Write an to a friend using the information in the box. Write 7 0 words. You re twenty-five and want to travel for a year. You ve saved Tell your friend about your plans. Use the question prompts below to help you. Where? Why? How? When? Who with? Hi,! I m finally going on my dream trip! Total: 0

4 Pre-intermediate Progress Test Units 4 6B Listening 1 Track 3 Listen to the directions and write places a) f) in the correct position on the map. L 4 C O R N O D OXFORD RD S O S N 6 S 2 R T You O BRICK ROAD R are A 1d E here D E 3 x T a) hotel d) post office b) museum e) art gallery c) restaurant f) cinema 2 Track 4 Listen to the stressed syllables and write the words in the correct box. Ooo Oo biscuits oooo ooo Vocabulary and grammar 3 Cross out the word that does not fit in each group. 1 do a project / mistake / well / PE 2 go by ship / tram / motorbike / swimming 3 take a rucksack / rugby / pills / a map 4 make friends / a decision / karate / a film study online / science / tram / IT 6 have a rest / antibiotics / a broken arm / painful 4 Complete the words for the definitions. 1 You should study this is if you want to be an actor: d r a m a 2 You need this to play cricket: b 3 You can cross the sea or a river in this: f 4 It hurts to eat when you have this: a sore t You do this in the mountains: s 6 You need this to put your clothes in when you travel: s Underline the correct alternative. 1 Have you ever been / played rollerblading? 2 He should avoid driving / working cars because his eyes aren t very good. 3 I don t understand why she s so tired. She gets / takes lots of sleep 4 The actor Jim Dixon gave / did the greatest performance of his life as Macbeth. Kate has to make / sit an exam for the job but she ll probably fail it. 6 The doctor says he mustn t miss / take breakfast. 6 Underline the correct alternative. 1 Have / Did you ever made the wrong decision? 2 Chris is good at physics. He ll help you to do / doing your homework. 3 I won t / ll ask him again. He doesn t seem to want / wanting to come. 4 You must / mustn t call her. You promised speak / to speak to her tonight. They watched / were watching TV when they heard / were hearing a noise. 6 I usually avoid drinking / to drink fizzy drinks. 7 He s / have lived in the same house in / since Smoking is not allowed in public places. You can / mustn t do it. 9 I might not / expect to see / seeing them at the weekend. She hasn t / didn t written to her family since / for two years. 1

5 Pre-intermediate Progress Test Units 4 6B 7 Underline the correct answer, a), b) or c). My Aunt Jane 1 c a wonderful life. She s 2 English teacher and has lived and 3 all over the world. Her first job was at a 4 school in Turkey where she taught a class of thirty-three eleven-year-old children week. It was an English-medium school: the teachers taught all the subjects in English 6 twenty-five hours a first-year students needed to learn it quickly. They 7 any English and my aunt didn t speak Turkish so it wasn t easy. Aunt Jane always remembers taking home thirty-three homework books every night. But she 8 a wonderful time while she 9 there. She spent the school holidays all over the country by bus, learnt Turkish and had the first of many amazing travel experiences. She 11 forgotten it. 1 a) had b) was having c) s had 2 a) a b) c) an 3 a) worked b) was working c) works 4 a) university b) secondary c) college a) since b) at c) for 6 a) because b) so c) but 7 a) didn t know b) haven t known c) knew 8 a) was having b) has had c) had 9 a) had b) was living c) has lived a) to travel b) travelling c) travel 11 a) s never b) never c) never has Reading 8 Read and underline the correct answer, a), b) or c). Summerhill is a small boarding school in the east of England. It has educated students from all over the world since The founder of Summerhill, A. S. Neill, believed in democratic or free education. By this, he meant that children should have the freedom to make decisions for themselves. Summerhill students Takeshi and Margit agree. Takeshi: I m sixteen and I m from Japan. I ve been at Summerhill since I was nine. It s so different from Japanese schools, where school rules are very strict. Here students and teachers have meetings every week, and we talk about rules that we agree or don t agree with. Every student of whatever age can say what he or she thinks, and then vote to decide what to do. It s great. Margit: I m twelve and I m from Germany. I ve been here for five years and I know that some people think we never go to lessons, but it isn t true. We study all the normal school subjects from 9 o clock to 3 o clock every day. We don t have to go to classes if we don t want to, but most students go because they like learning new things. I love science and languages, and I never miss a physics or Chinese lesson. Nowadays education seems to be about doing more tests so many people are looking for more motivating ways of learning. Might Summerhill have the answer? 1 Summerhill has been open for over years. a) b) 80 c) 0 2 A. S. Neill thought that children choose what they want to do. a) should b) can t c) mustn t 3 At Summerhill, students disagree with the rules if they want to. a) can t b) can c) have to 4 Students don t have to go to classes but most of them do. a) always b) rarely c) never Margit never her language classes. a) liked b) goes to c) misses 6 Many people think schoolwork be more interesting than it is now. a) have to b) should c) mustn t 1

6 Pre-intermediate Progress Test Units 4 6B Speaking 9 Underline the correct response, a), b) or c). 1 What s the matter? a) I suppose so. b) I feel sick. c) I ll give you some pills. 2 Is this the right way to the theatre? a) You can t miss it. b) Yes, it s at the end of this street. c) Can I help you? 3 Where does it hurt? a) In my back. b) I ve got a cough. c) I m worried. 4 Why don t we start jogging? a) I don t like swimming. b) Good idea. c) I don t think you should. We re looking for the bank. Is it far? a) No, sorry. b) Yes, it s here. c) I m not sure. 6 I think I m going to start using my bike more. a) I don t think that s a very good idea. b) Do your arms hurt? c) I should walk. Complete gaps 1 11 in the conversation with ONE word (including contractions). A: Hi, Anna. 1 What s the matter? You look worried. B: Oh, sorry. I was thinking about my holiday 2 Brazil. A: Can I help? B: Maybe. I 3 decide what to take. A: How long 4 you going for? B: Two weeks. A: When? B: In February for the carnival. A: Oh, that s easy then. be summer so take lots of shorts and T-shirts. B: Yes, I 6 that! But what about the other things I might need? It 7 a lot in summer, they say. A: You aren t going 8 take waterproof clothes, I hope?! B: I thought 9 might be a good idea. A: Don t! It ll be very hot and you won t mind getting wet sometimes. B: I suppose so. A: And you shouldn t take a digital camera lose it. But you must 11 a money belt. B: A money belt? What s that? 11 Underline six mistakes in the languagelearning advice blog. I m Alex and I am coming from Hungary. I am loving music and I ve learnt all my English with British and american songs. I listen to the songs again and again, and read and re-read the words. I look up also new words in an online dikshunary and practise the pronunciation. Then I sing the songs while I m listening. My English isn t perfect but the singers do a lot of grammar mistakes in their songs! 12 Write an to a friend using the information in the box. Write 7 0 words. You re twenty-one and want to travel for a year. You ve saved Tell your friend about your plans. Use the question prompts below to help you. Where? Why? How? When? Who with? Hi,! I m finally going on my dream trip! Total: 0

7 Pre-intermediate Tests Audio Script Track 3: Progress Test 2, Listening exercise 1 1 A: Excuse me. Can you tell me the way to the Post Office, please? B: Yes, it s not far. Go straight on, turn right and you ll see it on the right. A: Thank you. 2 A: How do we get to the Odeon Cinema, please? B: The Odeon? Yes, it s near here. Go along this road, take the first right and then the first left. It s on the right. A: So first right and first left? B: Yes, you can t miss it. 3 A: Hi there. I m looking for the Modern Art Gallery. Is this the right way? B: Um sorry, no idea. Mark, do you know? C: Yes, it s about ten minutes walk. Go down this road and turn right into Brick Road. Then take the first right again. The gallery s on the left. A: Thanks. That s very kind of you. C: You re welcome. PHOTOCOPIABLE 2011 Pearson Longman

8 Pre-intermediate Tests Audio Script 4 A: Excuse me. Where s the Ritz Hotel, please? B: The Ritz? Um, I think it s that big hotel at the end of this road. Keep going past Brick Road and then Oxford Road. It s just after that, on the right. A: So straight on and it s on the right? B: Yes, I m sure that s the Ritz. A: Can you help me, please? Do you know any good restaurants near here? B: Yes, I do actually. There s a very nice Italian place near here. Keep going up the London Road until you get to Oxford Road. Turn right and you ll see it on the right, on the corner of Cross Street. A: So the Oxford Road and corner of Cross Street. B: That s right. It s called The Olive Tree. A: Great. Thank you. 6 A: Excuse me. I think I m lost. B: Where do you want to go? A: The History museum. I thought it was near here. B: Don t worry it is! It s about five minutes walk from here. Take the first right into Brick Street and then left into Cross Street. The museum s on the left. B: Can you show me on the map, please? A: Yes, of course. PHOTOCOPIABLE 2011 Pearson Longman

9 Pre-intermediate Tests Audio Script Track 4: Progress Test 2, Pronunciation exercise 2 biscuits vegetables binoculars aspirin history cucumber chocolate moped geography performance potato biscuits vegetables binoculars aspirin history cucumber chocolate moped geography performance potato PHOTOCOPIABLE 2011 Pearson Longman

10 Pre-intermediate Tests Answer Key Progress Test Units 4 6A 1: 2c 3f 4b a 6e 2: Oo aspirin, history, chocolate, moped Ooo vegetables, cucumber, geography ooo performance, potato oooo binoculars 3: 2 yoga 3 lorry 4 sick sailing 6 cricket 4: 2 vegetarian 3 souvenirs 4 racket squash 6 coach : 2 gave 3 sit 4 missing working 6 getting 6: 2 mustn t 3 were watching, saw 4 eating have, since 6 expect, see 7 hasn t, for 8 to do 9 won t, to want have, to tell 7: 2c 3b 4b c 6a 7c 8b 9b a 11c 8: 2b 3c 4a c 6b 9: 2a 3b 4b c 6b : 2 about 3 Can 4 going When 6 be 7 and 8 going 9 good It ll 11 shouldn t (mustn t) 11: I listen to the songs again and again, and read and re-read the words. I also look up new words in an online dictionary and practise the pronunciation. Then I sing the songs while I m listening. My English isn t perfect but the singers make a lot of grammar mistakes in the English songs! 12: (sample answer) I m leaving for South America next week. I went to Buenos Aires for two weeks in 2002 to visit my cousins. I realised then what a big place South America was. Now I want to see more of it. My plan is to start in Buenos Aires and finish in Lima, Peru. I m going to travel by train and bus because it s very expensive to fly. I m going to travel alone but I expect to meet lots of people. I m hoping to visit Chile, Ecuador, Columbia and Peru. I ve always wanted to see Macchu Picchu. Read my travel blog! Bye, George. Progress Test Units 4 6B 1: 2f 3e 4a c 6b 2: Ooo vegetables, cucumber, geography oooo binoculars Oo aspirin, history, chocolate, moped ooo performance, potato 3: 2 swimming 3 rugby 4 karate tram 6 painful 4: 2 bat 3 ferry 4 throat (tongue) skiing 6 suitcase : 2 driving 3 gets 4 gave sit 6 miss 6: 2 to do 3 won t, to want 4 must, to speak were watching, heard 6 drinking 7 s, since 8 mustn t 9 expect, see hasn t, for 7: 2c 3a 4b c 6b 7a 8c 9b b 11a 8: 2a 3b 4a c 6b 9: 2b 3a 4b c 6a : 2 in (to) 3 can t 4 are It ll 6 know 7 rains 8 to 9 it you ll 11 take 11: I love music and I ve learnt all my English with British and American songs.... I also look up new words in an online dictionary and practise the pronunciation.... My English isn t perfect but the singers make a lot of grammar mistakes in their songs! 12: See sample answer in Test A.

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