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1 WHY USE GRAMMALYSIS B2 Grmmlysis B2 hs been meticulously reserched nd plnned to ssist verge students in developing the skills nd bsorbing ll the mteril needed for ny B2 level exmintion Presented in n ttrctive formt with colourful pictures, crtoons nd tongue twisters, its content nd philosophy provide fundmentl resource for not only users, but lso techers of modern English Some of its most importnt fetures include: GRAMMAR THEORY - Essentil grmmr explined in Greek; no time is wsted on trnsltion nd utonomous study is encourged - Brief, but cler theory boxes beside corresponding exercises; very prcticl s no turning over of pges is required - Theory presented in frmes nd colours to ssist visul lerners - Also includes NOTE sections tht stress importnt points, COMPARISON sections tht develop criticl thinking, nd REMEMBER sections tht refresh students memory GRAMMAR PRACTICE - Sufficient follow-up exercises for students to prctise nd consolidte phenomen nd bridge essentil gps - Lrge vriety of tsks; students fmilirize themselves with ll B2 level grmmr requirements REVISION LESSONS - Ample revision lessons (fter every 6th lesson) tht ssist students to tie up loose ends; include innovtive exm-bsed tsks tht recp nd consolidte previously tught grmmr nd vocbulry VOCABULARY CORNERS Included in every lesson (36 in totl), comprising: Derivtives Deling with 2-5 derivtives per lesson (theory nd prctice), they simplify thorough comprehension of the deeper semntic nd syntcticl constrints of prefixes nd suffixes Prepositionl Phrses Crefully selected, orgnized nd divided in such wy s to encourge consolidtion Greek trnsltion included in glossry Phrsl Verbs Accompnied by n English explntion, they re crefully rrnged nd presented so s to fcilitte lerning Greek trnsltion lso included in glossry Words Esily Confused Deling with one or two word groups per lesson, they enble students to focus on the chllenging tsk of distinguishing between similr words Prepositions Tsks involving verbs, djectives nd nouns + prepositions fcilitte understnding of this integrl, but chllenging prt of the English lnguge Themtic Vocbulry Corners A window to British nd Americn everydy life, these pges include bsic, but essentil vocbulry on everydy topics (sports, eduction, the medi, etc) nd re plesntly presented through wide rnge of tsks nd picture dictionries Designed to improve students lnguge use, they recycle phrsl verbs nd prepositionl phrses encountered throughout the book, while presenting previously tught mteril in context They cn be used t the techers discretion s their mteril is not covered in the Revision Lessons or Progress Tests PROGRESS TESTS To be set fter every Revision Lesson, they cn be used s extr consolidtion or to evlute nd exmine students throughout the yer We recommend tht students sitting for exms complete Grmmlysis B2 four months prior to their exm session This will give them mple time to focus on specific exm preprtion using prctice exm mteril Grmmlysis B2 3

2 CONTENTS LESSONS p LESSON 1 Gr Present Simple/Continuous & Non-Continuous Verbs 6 Voc Themtic Vocbulry: Home Sweet Home 9 LESSON 2 Gr Pst Simple/Continuous, Pst Sttes & Hbits 10 Voc Derivtives: Prefixes in- vs un-, Pr Phrses *: t, Phr Verbs *: come 13 LESSON 3 Gr Present Perfect (Continuous) & Present Perfect vs Pst Simple 14 Voc Derivtives: il-, im- & ir-, Pr Phrses: by, Phr Verbs: go 17 LESSON 4 Gr Pst Perfect (Continuous) & Time Words Esily Confused 18 Voc Themtic Vocbulry: Shopping - Clothes 21 LESSON 5 Gr Future Simple/Continuous, Be Going To & Other Future Forms 22 Voc Derivtives: dis- & mis-, Pr Phrses: for, from, Phr Verbs: be, ber 25 LESSON 6 Gr Future Perfect (Continuous) & Review of Future Tenses 26 Voc Derivtives: Review of negtive prefixes, Pr Phrses: in, Phr Verbs: get, her 29 REVISION LESSON 1 Gr Lessons Voc Vocbulry Review LESSON 7 Gr Modl Verbs (1): Must, Cn, Could, Will, Would 34 Voc Themtic Vocbulry: Bon Appétit! 37 LESSON 8 Gr Modl Verbs (2): Should, Ought To, Shll, My, Might, Need & Modl Perfect Forms 38 Voc Derivtives: over- & under-, Pr Phrses: in, Phr Verbs: pull, throw, write 41 LESSON 9 Gr The Infinitive 42 Voc Derivtives: out-, pre- & fore-, Pr Phrses: in/out of, Phr Verbs: look 45 LESSON 10 Gr The Gerund 46 Voc Themtic Vocbulry: Problems, Problems, Problems 49 LESSON 11 Gr Forms of the Infinitive/Gerund & Infinitive vs Gerund 50 Voc Derivtives: post-, re-, semi- & sub-, Pr Phrses: in/out of, Phr Verbs: keep, hold 53 LESSON 12 Gr Prepositions of Plce, Time & Motion 54 Voc Derivtives: Suffixes -ify, -ise, -ize, Phr Verbs: brek, count, Use of Sy vs Tell 57 REVISION LESSON 2 Gr Lessons Voc Vocbulry Review LESSON 13 Gr Nouns & Articles 62 Voc Themtic Vocbulry: Sports, Hobbies & Pstimes 65 LESSON 14 Gr Quntifiers & Determiners (1) 66 Voc Derivtives: -en, -th, Pr Phrses: in, Phr Verbs: mke, do 69 LESSON 15 Gr Questions, Pronouns & Possessives 70 Voc Derivtives: -eer, -or, -er, -ee, Pr Phrses: in, Phr Verbs: crry, wer, work, find, finish 73 LESSON 16 Gr The Pssive Voice (1) 74 Voc Themtic Vocbulry: The Arts (Music, Cinem & Thetre) 77 LESSON 17 Gr The Pssive Voice (2): Personl - Impersonl Construction 78 Voc Derivtives: -in, -ess, -ier, -nt, -ist, Pr Phrses: in, Phr Verbs: check, wtch, show 81 LESSON 18 Gr Determiners (2) & Use of Most 82 Voc Derivtives: -ed & -ing, Pr Phrses: with, within, Phr Verbs: give, hnd 85 REVISION LESSON 3 Gr Lessons Voc Vocbulry Review Grmmlysis B2

3 LESSONS p LESSON 19 Gr Prticiples 90 Voc Themtic Vocbulry: Jobs & Money 93 LESSON 20 Gr Reltive Cluses (1) 94 Voc Derivtives: -ble, -ible, -ive, Pr Phrses: off, Phr Verbs: pss, fill, Use of Mke vs Do 97 LESSON 21 Gr Reltive Cluses (2) 98 Voc Derivtives: -ic & -icl, Pr Phrses: on, Phr Verbs: burn, cut, burst 101 LESSON 22 Gr Cluses of Purpose & Time 102 Voc Themtic Vocbulry: Body & Helth 105 LESSON 23 Gr Custive Form 106 Voc Derivtives: -ful vs -less, Pr Phrses: on, Phr Verbs: switch, turn 109 LESSON 24 Gr Pssive vs Custive 110 Voc Derivtives: -l, -il, -ous, -ly, Pr Phrses: to, Phr Verbs: cll, spek, tell 113 REVISION LESSON 4 Gr Lessons Voc Vocbulry Review LESSON 25 Gr Adjectives, Adverbs & Too - Enough - Very 118 Voc Themtic Vocbulry: The Nturl World 121 LESSON 26 Gr Comprisons 122 Voc Derivtives: -ery, -ness, -y, Pr Phrses: on, Phr Verbs: put 125 LESSON 27 Gr Indirect/Reported Speech (1): Sttements, Questions, Commnds, Requests, Suggestions 126 Voc Derivtives: -ure, -f, -ism, Pr Phrses: on, Phr Verbs: set, hng, blow 129 LESSON 28 Gr Indirect/Reported Speech (2): Specil Introductory Verbs & The Subjunctive 130 Voc Themtic Vocbulry: The Medi & Communiction 133 LESSON 29 Gr Cluses of Result & Reson 134 Voc Derivtives: -ice, -t, -ity, -ty, Pr Phrses: on, Phr Verbs: cheer, clen, close, wsh 137 LESSON 30 Gr Cluses of Concession/Contrst & Mnner 138 Voc Derivtives: -tion, -sion, -tion, Pr Phrses: on, Phr Verbs: fll, knock, drop 141 REVISION LESSON 5 Gr Lessons Voc Vocbulry Review LESSON 31 Gr Conditionls (1) 146 Voc Themtic Vocbulry: Eduction 149 LESSON 32 Gr Conditionls (2): Mixed, Inverted & Non-If Conditionls 150 Voc Derivtives: -nce, -ence, Pr Phrses: under, Phr Verbs: tke 153 LESSON 33 Gr Would Rther, Would Prefer & Hd Better 154 Voc Derivtives: -ship, -hood, Pr Phrses: under, Phr Verbs: bring, grow 157 LESSON 34 Gr Wishes, It s Time & Unrel Pst 158 Voc Themtic Vocbulry: Hve nice trip! 161 LESSON 35 Gr Inversion & Agreement-Disgreement 162 Voc Derivtives: -ment, -l & -ing, Pr Phrses: out, of, Phr Verbs: mix, run, try 165 LESSON 36 Gr Emphsis & Question Tgs 166 Voc Derivtives: Review of -ity, -nce, -ence, Pr Phrses: without, Phr Verbs: stnd, py 169 REVISION LESSON 6 Gr Lessons Voc Vocbulry Review Glossry 174 Irregulr Verbs 186 Eduction System 190 * Pr Phrses = Prepositionl Phrses Phr Verbs = Phrsl Verbs Grmmlysis B2 5

4 Lesson 1 Present Simple/Continuous & Non-Continuous Verbs Memory check: Underline the correct option 1 My brother is liking / likes this CD very much 2 Gry is trvelling / trvels to the Philippines this summer 3 We lwys visit / visit lwys Grndm on Sundys 4 In this photo, we re plying / ply volleybll on the bech 5 Leo is looking / looks for job these dys Grmmr theory 6 Do you know / Are you knowing ech other? 7 My fther works / is working s n ccountnt for big compny 8 I think / m thinking this pen is costing / costs 3 euros 9 I cn t go online now My brother uses / is using the computer to do his homework PRESENT SIMPLE FORM Affirmtive Interrogtive Negtive I sleep Do I sleep? I do not sleep he/she/it sleeps Does he/she/it sleep? he/she/it does not sleep we/you/they sleep Do we/you/they sleep? we/you/they do not sleep YES / NO ANSWERS: - Yes, I/you do / - No, I/you don t - Yes, he/she does / - No, he/she doesn t SHORT FORMS (Negtive) don t doesn t SPELLING TIPS I fish he fishes I fix he fixes I go he goes I cry he cries USE 1 Για συνήθειες, μόνιμες καταστάσεις, γενικές αλήθειες My children go to school every dy I usully hve brekfst t work Wter freezes t 0 o C 2 Με μελλοντική σημασία για δρομολόγια και προκαθορισμένα προγράμματα (timetbles / schedules) The plne to London leves t 300 in the fternoon School ends in June 3 Για ζωντανές αφηγήσεις, αναμεταδόσεις αγώνων, τίτλους εφημερίδων, οδηγίες Suddenly someone opens the door nd enters the room in hurry Cristino Ronldo psses the bll, nd it s gol! Avtr domintes Empire Awrds You mix the eggs nd dd the sugr KEY WORDS/PHRASES: once/twice dy/week, every month/yer, in (the) summer, in the morning/fternoon, t night, on Mondys, t weekends/the weekend Θέση: Στο τέλος ή στην αρχή της πρότασης He goes jogging every morning Every morning he goes jogging Adverbs of frequency: lwys, usully, often, sometimes, rrely, seldom, never Θέση των dverbs of frequency: - ΠΡΙΝ από κανονικά ρήματα: He often mkes mistkes - ΜΕΤΑ από το ρήμα be : He is often creless - META από uxiliry ή modl verbs: Drems don t lwys come true / She my never come PRESENT CONTINUOUS FORM Affirmtive Interrogtive Negtive I m looking Am I looking? I m not looking he/she/it is looking Is he/she/it looking? he/she/it is not looking we/you/they re looking Are we/you/they looking? we/you/they re not looking YES / NO ANSWERS: - Yes, I m / - No, I m not - Yes, he is / - No, he isn t - Yes, we re / - No, we ren t USE 1 Για μία πράξη που συμβαίνει τη στιγμή που μιλάμε I m wtching relity show right now 2 Για μία προγραμματισμένη πράξη, συνήθως με τα rrive, come, drive, fly, go, leve, trvel Mry is leving tomorrow She is flying to London 3 Για μία προσωρινή ή εξελισσόμενη κατάσταση Jessie is sving money to buy cr The crime rte is incresing dy by dy 6 Grmmlysis B2 SHORT FORMS (Affirmtive) I m, you re he s, we re (Negtive) I m not he s not/he isn t we re not/we ren t SPELLING TIPS come coming lie lying run running begin beginning trvel trvelling (BrE) trveling (AmE) 4 Για να εκφράσει ενόχληση με τα lwys, constntly, forever He is lwys sking me to help him with his homework! My mum is constntly entering my room without wrning! NOTE: Τα lwys, constntly, forever μπορούν να χρησιμοποιηθούν με οποιονδήποτε Continuous χρόνο για να δηλώσουν ενόχληση He ws lwys hiding my toys when we were young! KEY WORDS/PHRASES: (right) now, t the moment, tody, tonight, these dys, for the time being

5 1 Underline the correct option 1 Do you know the joke bout the Irishmn who rrives / is rriving in London? 2 I work usully / usully work in the sles deprtment, but I work / m working in the production deprtment this month 3 When re you going / do you go shopping? Don t forget tht I come / m coming with you tody 4 Plese be quiet! The bby sleeps / is sleeping 5 Are you coming / Do you come to my house tonight? I m sorry, I cn t I meet / m meeting my fincé for dinner 6 I cn t her wht you sy / re sying becuse Jerry is plying / plys the drums upstirs 7 School doesn t strt / isn t strting until 9 o clock 8 Does your mother work / Is your mother working now tht she is pregnnt? 2 Choose the sentence (A, B or C) closest in mening to the sentence given 1 Susn tkes the bus to work, but tody she hs to go on foot s the buses ren t running Susn is tking the bus to work tody b Susn is wlking to work tody c Susn likes to go to work on foot 2 Alexndr is constntly wering my fvourite jcket! I don t mind Alexndr wering my fvourite jcket ll the time b I m upset tht Alexndr seldom wers my fvourite jcket c Alexndr lwys wers my fvourite jcket, which nnoys me 3 I ply tennis every Sundy with Keith I m in the hbit of plying tennis with Keith on Sundys b It is Sundy nd I m plying tennis with Keith now c Plying tennis with Keith on Sundys bothers me 4 John is meeting his new boss this Mondy It is Mondy tody so John is meeting his new boss b John usully meets his new boss on Mondys c John will meet his new boss on Mondy 5 I m thinking of telling Jeremy wht hppened during brekfst I m definitely going to tell Jeremy wht hppened during brekfst b I would like to tell Jeremy wht hppened while we re hving brekfst c I think tht Jeremy wnts me to tell him wht hppened during brekfst 3 Complete the converstion using the Present Simple or Present Continuous Jnet: Wht 1 is going (go) on Juli? Why 2 re we hving (we/hve) prty? Juli: Dd s orgnized surprise prty for mum s 40th birthdy Jnet: Look! Mum nd grnddd 3 re dncing (dnce) Juli: Yes, mum 4 usully dnces (usully/dnce) t prties; you know tht Where s dd by the wy? Jnet: He 5 is tlking (tlk) to Uncle Json by the pool, nd they 6 re lughing (lugh) lot s you cn see Is Uncle John here too? Juli: Yes, he is He 7 is chtting (cht) to Mr Dvies, our new neighbour I think he 8 likes (like) him Dd 9 is filling (fill) up everyone s drinks now Jnet: Wht bout food? Juli: Unfortuntely, we 10 only hve (only/hve) crisps nd cheese sticks Jnet: Those won t do I m going to order couple of pizzs; 11 Do you wnt (you/wnt) some? Juli: No thnks; I 12 m trying (try) to lose some weight Grmmlysis B2 7

6 NON-CONTINUOUS VERBS Grmmr theory Τα non-continuous ή sttive verbs είναι ρήματα που δε σχηματίζουν χρόνους διαρκείας (continuous) γιατί αναφέρονται σε μια μόνιμη κατάσταση (stte) και όχι σε συγκεκριμένη πράξη Με αυτά τα ρήματα χρησιμοποιούμε Simple Tenses 1 Ρήματα αίσθησης feel her smell tste notice see sound 2 Ρήματα αντίληψης know think believe remember forget understnd relise consider 3 Ρήματα κτήσης own hve possess belong (to) 4 Ρήματα προτίμησης love hte like dislike wnt prefer wish 5 Άλλα ρήματα be look seem pper weigh fit consist of need men cost I believe you re wrong! NOT I m believing I don t remember wht hppened NOT I m not remembering Κάποια από αυτά τα ρήματα σχηματίζουν χρόνους διαρκείας αλλά με διαφορετική σημασία The security gurd sees who is entering the building on the screen (βλέπω) BUT I m seeing Judy this evening (συναντώ/έχω ραντεβού) I think tht Mry is vin (πιστεύω, νομίζω) BUT I m thinking bout buying cr (σκέπτομαι, εξετάζω τις πιθανότητες) She hs mny friends (έχω) BUT She is hving brekfst/ bth/ good time now (τρώω, κάνω ή σε εκφράσεις) The prcel weighs 10 lb (έχω βάρος) BUT The irline employee is weighing our luggge (ζυγίζω) This milk tstes odd; I think it hs gone off (έχω γεύση) BUT He is tsting the suce to see if it needs more grlic (δοκιμάζω) The food smells so nice; wht re you cooking? (έχω μυρωδιά) BUT She is smelling the roses (μυρίζω) This towel feels so soft! Did you wsh it by hnd? (έχω αίσθηση) BUT He is feeling the pcket to find out wht is inside (ψηλαφίζω) BUT I feel/m feeling sick tody (νιώθω, αισθάνομαι) You look gret in this dress! (φαίνομαι) BUT Wht re you looking t? (κοιτώ) This house ppers to be hunted (φαίνομαι) BUT Shkir is ppering on stge tonight (εμφανίζομαι) These jens don t fit me! They re too smll! (ταιριάζω σε μέγεθος) BUT The mechnic is fitting new tyres on the cr (τοποθετώ) 4 Mrk whether the utternce is correct or incorrect Correct 1 It is three in the fternoon The whole fmily hs lunch in the dining room is hving m seeing 2 I m sorry, but I m not going shopping with you this morning I see my dentist t 1100 m 3 More nd more people re recycling nowdys 4 Tke look t this dress It feels like silk but it isn t - it s cotton 5 These shoes ren t fitting me! I need to give them wy don t fit she is lwys 6 I don t like going out with Jne becuse she lwys complins bout everything! complining 7 Trcy isn t feeling very well tody I must cll her prents to come nd tke her home 8 I m believing I should tell my sister the truth bout her boyfriend believe 9 Professionl chefs lwys tste the food they cook before they serve it 10 This prtment is too smll for us Are you thinking tht we should get bigger one? Do you think Incorrect 5 Complete the text using the Present Simple or Present Continuous My nme is Georgi nd I 1 come (come) from Russi I 2 live (live) in smll detched house in the suburbs of London with my fmily Our neighbours 3 believe (believe) we re different becuse we 4 hve (hve) customs tht 5 seem (seem) strnge to them, but my fmily is just like ny other fmily in our street Igor, my husbnd, 6 likes (like) grdening very much He 7 enjoys (enjoy) spending time with his flowers nd vegetbles in the grden At the moment, he 8 is plnting (plnt) some tomtoes with our dughter But wht 9 worries (worry) me is our son He 10 prefers (prefer) chtting to his friends on his computer to being with them Like ll teengers, Luke 11 doesn t listen (not/listen) to us when we 12 tell (tell) him tht he should go out nd ply with his friends Now, it is 5 o clock in the fternoon nd I 13 m cooking (cook) nice rost in the oven becuse we 14 re hving (hve) some friends over lter 15 Don t you think (you/not/think) our fmily is s ordinry s ny other? 8 Grmmlysis B2

7 Vocbulry Corner 1 Glossry p 175 Home Sweet Home 1 THE BATHROOM: Fill in toilet brush, sink/wshbsin, toilet, blinds, mirror, shower, slippers, shower gel, bth(tub), tp/fucet, towel shower shower gel bth(tub) towel slippers 2 THE BEDROOM: Fill in blinds mirror tp/fucet sink/ wshbsin toilet brush toilet stool, bunk beds, pillow, bookcse, sheet, lrm clock, rug, duvet, blnket, cushion, wrdrobe bookcse lrm clock stool rug pillow bunk beds cushion duvet wrdrobe blnket 1b DAILY ROUTINE: KEEPING CLEAN! Fill in polish put brush wsh(x2) dry remove(x2) comb flush cut hve(x2) file pint go 1 go to the toilet/loo (BrE)/restroom (AmE) 2 flush the toilet 3 brush my teeth 4 wsh my fce 5 hve shower 6 hve shve 7 wsh / dry / comb my hir 8 put my mke-up on 9 remove my mke-up 10 cut / file / polish / pint my nils 11 remove the nil polish from my nils 2b DAILY ROUTINE: IT S BEDTIME! Fill in go fll put on turn mke set 1 put on my pyjms 2 go to bed 3 set the lrm clock 4 turn off the light 5 fll sleep 6 mke the bed 3 HOUSEKEEPING & HOUSEHOLD CHORES: Fill in light up do (x2) hng dust vcuum wsh 1 py the rent / utility bills 2 do the wshing/ironing 3 hng the lundry 4 do the wshing up 5 dust the furniture 6 vcuum the crpets 7 wsh the windows 8 tke out the rubbish/trsh 9 light up the fireplce py tke out sheet 4 HOMES & PLACES: Underline the correct option 1 I think I herd noise coming from the ttic / bsement upstirs 2 Is it sfe to store these pintings in the ptio / loft? 3 Why don t you come nd hve coffee on the ptio / loft with us? 4 Don t come into the house Just wit for me on the porch / mnsion 5 Mny Hollywood strs own big mnsions / ttics ll over the world 6 We spent our summers t our cottge / ttic by the se 7 It ws esy for the robbers to brek into the prtment / ground floor flt 8 We live in big block of flts / bsement on the fifth floor 5 HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Fill in 1 dentl floss - mouth wsh 2 tumble dryer - hir dryer 3 hose - sprinkler 4 sponge - detergent 5 clothes peg - cot hnger 6 plug - socket/outlet 7 hmmer - nil 8 bin - bin liner 9 bucket - mop 10 broom - dustpn 11 screwdriver - drill Grmmlysis B2 9 10

8 Vocbulry Corner 2 1 Both prefixes in- nd un- give the root word negtive mening in- : secure - insecure un- : sfe - unsfe Use the negtive form of the words given to fill in the gps 1 Jessic never tlks to nyone She s the most unfriendly person I ve ever met I believe she is completely incpble of being nice t ll FRIENDLY, CAPABLE 2 Smoking is very unhelthy hbit I know you think tht you re unble to quit, but I believe in you HEALTHY, ABLE 3 The coch shouted t the tem so much tht he mde them ll feel very indequte s plyers, nd his pology fterwrds ws too insincere to be believble ADEQUATE, SINCERE 4 Are you insne? It ws completely unforgivble of you to insult the boss like tht! SANE, FORGIVABLE 5 Sorry to be so unhelpful but I never see the director Any contct we hve is indirect 2 DERIVATIVES: Negtive prefixes in- vs un- HELPFUL, DIRECT PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES Glossry p 175 t ese t loss t hnd t the moment t rndom t once t ll t the end/beginning of sth Study the list nd rephrse the sentences, using one of the phrses nd the word given 1 He looks very uncomfortble NOT He does not look t ese 2 I believe there will soon be wr IS I believe () wr is t hnd 3 I m not in the lest bit bothered MIND I don t mind t ll 3 PHRASAL VERBS come cross: 1 find sth, 2 meet sb (by chnce) come down with (n illness): get ill come into: inherit come round: visit sb come up with: think of (n ide) come up: rise, hppen Rewrite the sentences using one of the bove phrsl verbs 1 When Tin s unt died, she inherited fortune When Tin s unt died, she cme into fortune 2 Who thought of this fntstic pln? Who cme up with this fntstic pln? Glossry p Come nd see us whenever you hve time Come round whenever you hve time 4 Sorry I m lte, but something urgent hppened Sorry I m lte, but something urgent cme up 5 I found this old picture while I ws clening the ttic I cme cross this old picture while I ws clening the ttic 6 When did Sndy get the flu? When did Sndy come down with the flu? 4 4 Unfortuntely, I m unemployed right now MOMENT Unfortuntely, I m unemployed t the moment 5 Plese come here right wy! COME Plese come here t once! 6 I ll see you when the lesson is over OF I ll see you t the end of the lesson WORDS EASILY CONFUSED the sme (s) / similr (to): My cp is the sme s/similr to yours like + noun: He lughs like lion like (goes fter the verbs be/look/seem ): They look like unlike + noun/cluse (not like): Unlike you, I m unemployed s + noun (in the position of): He works s techer s + cluse (in the wy, wht): Plese do s I sk Fill in the gps with one word I ll never forget Crin s stories bout wht she went through when she first went to Americ s foreign student She ctully used her twin sister s pssport becuse they looked 1 like, but 2 unlike Crin, her sister hd no interest in studying brod In the beginning, she got job 3 shop ssistnt, but she soon got fired becuse her English ws very poor But then she studied hrd nd ws hired 4 s witress t populr cfé Everyone sid she worked 5 like dog, becuse she ws not lzy t ll Witing tbles is the 6 sme ll over the world, nd in Russi, Crin hd worked t 7 similr cfé, so it ws esy for her In the end, Crin did 8 s she hd promised, nd finished university, but she never left tht cfé In fct, now she owns it nd hs become very welthy! s Grmmlysis B2 13

9 Revision Lesson 1 Lessons Answer the questions in the spce provided 1 Jne tlks on the phone for ges b Ben hs been tlking on the phone for n hour c Juli is tlking on the phone gin! Who is not necessrily on the phone now? Jne 2 I m going to prepre lunch for Jck b I m prepring lunch for Mrk c I ll prepre lunch for Denise Who hve I just decided to prepre lunch for? Denise 3 Mry s tking my shoes b Helen lwys tkes my shoes c Jnet s lwys tking my shoes Whose ction bothers me lot? Jnet s 4 Mrk hsn t spoken to Jill before b Alex nd Jill spoke week go c Hrry hsn t spoken to Jill yet Who did Jill spek to? Alex 5 Jim left when Judy rrived b Mrtin left fter Judy hd rrived c Celine hd left by the time Judy rrived Who didn t see Judy t ll? Celine 6 Bill strted studying t 9 o clock b Irene hs been studying ll morning c Jessic studied ll morning Who hs most probbly finished studying? Jessic 7 Michelle s used to wtching lot of TV b Sue used to wtch lot of TV when she wsn t working c Kim got used to wtching lot of TV when she ws young Who probbly wtches less TV now thn she used to? Sue 8 It s seven o clock nd Gry s lredy come home b Dvid will be t home until seven o clock c Jmes will be t home by seven o clock It s 7:15 now Who isn t t home? Dvid 2 Complete with n pproprite tense 1 I m plying (ply) footbll right now 2 Mry cooks (cook) for her mother on Sundys 3 Tell Jke to cll me when he returns (return) 4 I will hve finished (finish) by the time you rrive 5 I m exhusted; I hve been trining (trin) ll morning 6 Be creful! The shelf is going to fll (fll)! 7 I hve known (know) Trcy for lmost twenty yers 8 The unemployment rte is incresing (increse) dy by dy 9 The trin to Leeds deprts (deprt) t noon on weekends 10 Plese close the windows before you leve (leve) the house 3 Choose the correct option 1 I m not redy to leve I hven t finished pcking lredy b still c yet 6 I m writing this essy I hven t completed it yet just b still c lredy 2 Hve you eten ll your food? I m still eting since b lredy c yet 7 Jim hs left I ll tell him to cll you when he gets bck just b still c yet 3 I ve been working in this compny 1999 by b for c since 4 They hven t been to this resturnt 5 yers before b since c for 5 hve you known Jon? How long b How long go c How long before 8 Sheil hs been looking for job she finished school in My by the time b lredy c since 9 The results of the elections will hve been nnounced 700 by b by the time c until 10 I hve dremt of becoming n interior decortor ever b still c lwys 30 Grmmlysis B2

10 4 Complete the converstion using the Present Simple, Present Perfect, Pst Simple, Pst Continuous Brin: Something strnge 1 hppened (hppen) in the flt upstirs lst week The sound of something breking 2 woke (wke) me up one night round midnight After few seconds, I 3 relised (relise) tht my neighbours 4 were hving (hve) terrible rgument Jmes: Relly? How long 5 hve you known (you/know) them? Brin: Oh, they 6 moved (move) in bout five yers go I guess I 7 hve known (know) them for some time now, but something like this 8 hs never hppened (never/hppen) before Jmes: 9 Hve you spoken (you/spek) to nyone else in the block bout it yet? Brin: No, nd I 10 don t think (not/think) I will either Jmes: Why not? Brin: Becuse I 11 don t wnt (not/wnt) to get involved in nyone else s business 5 Choose the sentence closest in mening to the sentence given 1 Jck is used to cooking for his fmily every dy s he is chef Jck used to cook for his fmily every dy b Jck is in the hbit of cooking for his fmily every dy c Jck cooked for his fmily every dy when he ws chef d Jck is now getting used to cooking for his fmily every dy 2 They re visiting their reltives in Europe next month They re thinking of visiting their reltives in Europe next month b They wnt to visit their reltives in Europe next month if possible c They hve mde plns nd re definitely visiting their reltives in Europe next month d Their reltives told them tht they hve rrnged to visit them in Europe next month 3 Now tht I live in big city, I ve got used to tking the tube to get round I didn t use to tke the tube, but now I do b I ll never get used to tking the tube c I used to tke the tube when I lived in big city d I find it difficult to tke the tube to get round 4 When she went out, she hd lredy done her homework She went out nd then returned to do her homework b She went out without doing her homework c She will go out when she finishes her homework d She did her homework nd then went out 5 We used to go fishing with my fther when we were kids We re in the hbit of going fishing with my fther b We went fishing with my fther, but we don t nymore c We re getting used to going fishing with my fther d Our fther tkes us with him whenever he goes fishing 6 Ky hs gone to the mll for the fternoon Ky went to the mll yesterdy fternoon b Ky hs been to the mll nd she hs just returned c Ky is t the mll nd she will spend the fternoon there d Ky will go to the mll lter this fternoon Grmmlysis B2 31

11 6 Complete the text using the word(s) in brckets in the pproprite tense I m n uthor I 1 write (write) horror novels I 2 hve been writing (write) since I ws twenty yers old nd I 3 hve completed (complete) ten novels so fr Every dy, I 4 wke (wke) up t 7 o clock, 5 et (et) brekfst nd 6 leve (leve) for my office However, this morning I 7 woke (wke) up t hlf pst seven, 8 skipped (skip) brekfst nd 9 left (leve) little lter becuse I 10 didn t her (not/her) my lrm clock And of course, when I 11 rrived (rrive) t the bus stop, the bus 12 hd lredy left (lredy/leve) Right now I 13 m reding (red) newspper in my living room nd my wife 14 is mking (mke) dinner in the kitchen Lst night, t this time, we 15 were doing (do) exctly the sme thing Tomorrow, t this time, we 16 will lso be doing (lso/do) the sme thing By next winter, my wife 17 will hve completed (complete) her studies nd 18 will hve found (find) job I, on the other hnd, 19 m still writing (still/write) the new horror novel I 20 strted (strt) erlier this yer I believe I 21 will hve finished (finish) it by the end of next yer 7 Complete the sentences using two to five words, including the one given 1 Mry strted working t nine o clock tody BEEN Mry hs been working since nine o clock tody 2 Sue never drnk lot of milk when she ws child USE Sue didn t use to drink lot of milk when she ws child 3 I hven t seen my grndmother for yers SINCE It s (been) yers since I sw my grndmother 4 According to this schedule, our trin leves t 12 o clock DUE Our trin is due to leve t 12 o clock 5 He hs never won tennis mtch before FIRST This is the first time he hs won tennis mtch 6 My boss is in London on compny business TO My boss hs gone to London on compny business 7 They hope to finish writing their essys before their mother returns HAVE They hope they will hve finished writing their essys by the time their mother returns 8 The ply strted before we got to the theter BY The ply hd strted by the time we got to the theter 9 Juli strted lerning Germn in My, lmost four months go BEEN By the end of September, Juli will hve been lerning Germn for lmost five months 10 Look! The referee s going to blow the finl whistle ABOUT Look! The referee is bout to blow 32 Grmmlysis B2 the finl whistle

12 Vocbulry Review 1 1 DERIVATIVES Complete with the correct form of the word given t the end of the line I m very unhppy nd 1 disstisfied with the new stff t the nerby supermrket tht ws tken over by lrge chin Firstly, I feel tht they re rther 2 unfriendly nd I would even sy 3 disgreeble if you re not customer tht spends fortune there And if you do spend fortune, they re polite but 4 insincere, s I herd cshier mking fun of customer fter she hd left I m 5 unble to understnd why it seems to be so 6 impossible to hire stff who re not so 7 impersonl nd 8 impolite Friendliness seems to hve become 9 irrelevnt in this modern world nd kindness hs 10 disppered, but I find this completely 11 uncceptble nd I refuse to shop t tht supermrket ever gin SATISFIED FRIENDLY AGREEABLE SINCERE ABLE, POSSIBLE PERSONAL, POLITE RELEVANT, APPEAR ACCEPTABLE 2 PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES Correct the mistkes in the following sentences 1 In nswer for your question, I cnnot sy for certin but I think Jne s coming with the cr 2 At the time being, we would like ll customers to py with csh 3 Jnet ws in loss to explin wht she hd been doing t tht moment, but with ny cse, she is not guilty of the crime 4 I like choosing lottery numbers by chnce nd in rndom, but I only do so when I m in lucky mood 5 In the beginning of the film, I ws excited, but it becme boring lter on to, by For, in t, in t, in lucky mood At 3 PHRASAL VERBS Underline the correct option 1 Tim got wy with / on / over cheting on the test becuse the lights went over / down / out 2 Mny yers went by / round / long before Mry ever cme into / round / up to see me gin 3 Tht tie relly doesn t go by / with / down your shirt 4 It s up for / by / to you whether you get out / round / long with your clssmtes 5 I ve never herd to / of / from Brin Ferry, but you must ber with / out / down me s my memory is quite wek 4 WORDS EASILY CONFUSED Rewrite the sentences using the word given 1 Jne is similr to her sister ALIKE 2 They didn t let me go out ALLOWED 3 He sid he hdn t stolen the purse DENIED 4 I wish I hdn t lied to you REGRET 5 I don t like being lughed t OBJECT Jne nd her sister re/look like I wsn t llowed to go out He denied steling / tht he hd stolen the purse I regret lying to you I object to being lughed t 5 PREPOSITIONS Complete with the correct preposition The story of Ted Adms is relly quite remrkble At school, he ws very good 1 t mny subjects but his techers were not stisfied 2 with his behviour They complined tht he hd difficulty 3 in concentrting 4 on his lessons nd ll he cred bout ws being populr 5 with/mong the other students As he grew older, he becme ddicted 6 to drugs nd soon dropped out of high school After few yers, he ended up homeless, becuse his prents hd died nd he hd spent ll the money they hd left him 7 on drugs He ws shmed 8 of his hbit nd ws not proud 9 of his life, but felt unble to chnge Then, one dy, he decided to prticipte in the Who wnts to be Millionire gme show Although no one believed 10 in him, he ended up being the first contestnt to win the million dollrs nd now, he is successful businessmn! PREPARE FOR Test 1 Grmmlysis B2 33

13 Lesson 24 Pssive vs Custive Grmmr theory COMPARE Jerry built the fence (Active Voice) The fence ws/got built by Jerry (Pssive Voice) Jerry hd/got the fence built (Custive Form) Jerry hd Tom build/got Tom to build the fence (O Jerry έφτιαξε το φράχτη) (Ο φράχτης φτιάχτηκε από τον Jerry) (Ο Jerry έβαλε κάποιον να του φτιάξει το φράχτη) (Ο Jerry έβαλε τον Tom να του φτιάξει το φράχτη) 1 Mrk if the sentence is Pssive, Active or Custive 1 Jne hsn t been ble to write the postcrds yet 2 Our cr is going to be repired on Sundy 3 Her windows hve been clened twice this month 4 Helen should hve hd her wedding dress designed by Vlentino 5 I ve just hd the broken lock fixed 6 A new computer hs been ordered for my secretry 7 Did your brother plnt these trees himself? 8 All the suspects hve lredy been questioned 9 I need to get my trousers shortened by Fridy 10 The wind hs just broken their glss door Active Pssive Custive 2 Choose the correct option 1 Elderly people should their eyes nd ers every six months get tested b get to test c hve testing 2 Hve you ever in scientific journl? get n rticle published b hd n rticle published c hd n rticle to publish 3 I m hving my old chirs by crpenter to hve repired b to repir c repired 4 Lst week I this beutiful dress for me hd my mother bought b hd my mother to buy c got my mother to buy 5 This uniform hs to by ll our sles stff be wering b got worn c be worn 6 Mry drive her to the cinem yesterdy hd her boyfriend b got her boyfriend c hd got her boyfriend 7 Your crpet mud Wht hve you done? is covered by b ws covering with c is covered in 8 I went to the bnk to hve my check cshed b get cshed my check c get my check to csh 9 He dinner for him hd his dughter cooked b hd his dughter cook c hd his dughter to cook 10 My fvourite bnd t The Glitterdome tonight is ppering b is ppered c is getting ppered 110 Grmmlysis B2

14 3 Underline the correct option 1 I hd / got gret time lst night! I got friend to invite / invited me to the coolest prty in town 2 The prince s birthdy cke mde / ws mde by fmous chef 3 I hd my shoes to polish / polished this morning They re shiny gin! 4 We re hving built our swimming pool / our swimming pool built in the grden 5 Crol ws seen / hd seen smoking by her techer t the cinem yesterdy 6 We hd our new furniture delivered / hd to deliver our new furniture yesterdy morning 7 Will the theter be closed / get to close on Sturdy? 8 The film should hve mde / be mde in Mnchester It s the perfect loction 9 We must hve someone clen / to clen the cr before we leve for our trip 10 Dd s compny will hve checked the expenses / the expenses checked by n ccountnt t the end of the yer 4 Convert the sentences into Custive Form, s in the exmple eg A vet exmined Jesse s dog yesterdy Jesse hd/got his dog exmined yesterdy (by vet) Jesse hd vet exmine his dog yesterdy Jesse got vet to exmine his dog yesterdy 1 A beuticin is going to polish the bride s nils The bride is going to hve/get her nils polished by beuticin The bride is going to hve beuticin polish her nils The bride is going to get beuticin to polish her nils 2 Technicins re instlling new telephone system in our office We re hving/getting new telephone system instlled in our office by technicins We re hving technicins instll new telephone system in our office We re getting technicins to instll new telephone system in our office 3 A professionl hs pierced both of Tom s ers Tom hs hd/got both of his ers pierced by professionl Tom hs hd professionl pierce both of his ers Tom hs got professionl to pierce both of his ers 4 My mum s sked her tilor to mke this suit for me I hve hd/got this suit mde by my mum s tilor My mum hs hd her tilor mke this suit for me My mum hs got her tilor to mke this suit for me 5 A mechnic ought to repir John s motorbike John ought to hve/get his motorbike repired by mechnic John ought to hve mechnic repir his motorbike John ought to get mechnic to repir his motorbike 6 A specilist is checking ll the evidence for the investigtors The investigtors re hving/getting ll the evidence checked by specilist The investigtors re hving specilist check ll the evidence The investigtors re getting specilist to check ll the evidence Grmmlysis B2 111

15 5 Using the word given, complete the second sentence so tht it hs similr mening to the first Alterntive nswers re possible 1 Sndr is going to wter my plnts while I m wy HAVE While I m wy, I m going to hve my plnts wtered by Sndr 2 I wnt Jonn to bke cke for my son s birthdy prty GET I wnt to / will get Jonn to bke cke for my son s birthdy prty 3 It is rumoured tht they hve mde fortune on the stock mrket TO They re rumoured to hve mde fortune on the stock mrket 4 My secretry is writing the letter right now WRITTEN The letter is being written by my secretry right now 5 Her friends hven t done her homework for her this week HAD She hsn t hd her homework done by her friends this week 6 A ctering compny will prepre the food for the gl event PREPARE We will hve ctering compny prepre the food for the gl event (will get ctering compny to prepre) 7 Doctors believe tht leding sedentry life is hrmful to our helth BELIEVED Leding sedentry life is believed to be hrmful to our helth 8 When I rrived home my mother mde me tell her the truth MADE I ws mde to tell the truth by my mother when I rrived home 9 A fmous rchitect probbly designed her new house GOT She probbly got fmous rchitect to design her new house 10 Are you going to get your pool clened this weekend? BE Is your pool going to be clened this weekend? 6 Choose the sentence closest in mening to the sentence given 1 John hd n estte gent sell his house John sold his house to n estte gent b An estte gent sold his house to John c John got n estte gent to sell his house 4 George hd technicin formt his hrd drive George pid technicin to formt his hrd drive b George s hrd drive still needs formtting c George helped the technicin to formt his hrd drive 2 Mum got the plumber to mend our leking tp Mum let the plumber mend our leking tp b Mum sked the plumber to mend our leking tp c Our leking tp ws mended by the plumber s mum 5 John hs hd Susn pick up the leves John nd Susn hve picked up the leves b John hs let Susn pick up the leves c Susn hs picked up the leves 3 Sm hs hd her dress ltered gin Sm hs ltered her dress on her own gin b Sm s dress ws ltered gin c Sm wnts to get her dress ltered gin 112 Grmmlysis B2 6 Our neighbour s fence ws dmged in the storm The storm dmged our neighbour s fence b Our neighbour dmged his fence c Our neighbour wnted the storm to dmge his fence

16 Vocbulry Corner 24 1 DERIVATIVES: Mking djectives; suffixes -l, -il, -ous & -ly -l : eduction - eductionl -il : finnce - finncil -ous : mbition - mbitious -ly : friend - friendly (dverb: in friendly wy/mnner) Fill in the gps with the correct form of the word given 1 A piece of broken glss cn be very dngerous nd in fct, cn even become dedly wepon DANGER, DEAD 2 How courgeous of you to risk your life for others! COURAGE 3 Trying to ct in motherly wy to your own mother cn hve disstrous results MOTHER, DISASTER 4 I think it will be very beneficil for the children to prticipte in this culturl exchnge BENEFIT, CULTURE 5 There s no denying tht we live in digitl world where everything hs become virtul nd rtificil 2 DIGIT, ARTIFICE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES Glossry p 181 to my surprise to my disppointment to n extent/ degree to sb s fce to dte Study the list nd fill in the gps using one of the phrses 1 I gree with John to n extent/degree, but not completely 2 Our compny hs been doing very well to dte, nd we hope it will continue 3 I cn t believe you told the boss you hte him to his fce 4 To my surprise, Kren cme to the prty I wsn t expecting her to, nd I ws gld to see her 5 To my disppointment, I filed my physics exm 3 PHRASAL VERBS Glossry p 181 cll bck: cll sb on the phone fter they hve clled you first cll off: cncel cll on sb: visit cll out: yell cll up: cll sb on the phone spek up: 1 spek loudly, 2 express your opinion tell sb/sth prt: distinguish tell off: scold Fill in the gps using one of the bove phrsl verbs in the correct form 1 She ws so frightened tht she couldn t even 5 They clled off the meeting becuse the cll out for help Director fell ill 2 You shouldn t tell off your kids in public It s 6 I ll cll you up s soon s I her embrrssing nything 3 Tni rng while you were out nd wnts you to 7 I m going to cll on our grndmother this cll bck fternoon 4 Those two kittens re identicl I cn t tell them 8 Young mn, you ll hve to spek up if you wnt prt to be herd 4 WORDS EASILY CONFUSED rise - rised - rised (+ object): lift up (flg), increse (prices, hope), collect (money) rise - rose - risen (NO object): go up, increse (prices hve risen) rise - rose - risen (NO object): occur, come up (some difficulties hve risen) lie - lied - lied (NO object): tell lies lie - ly - lin (NO object): lie down, be found (lie on the floor) ly - lid - lid (+ object): put down, set (the tble), produce (eggs) Fill in the gps with one of the bove verbs in the correct form 1 Mny problems hve risen since Smith becme president 2 Plese ly your wepon on the ground nd put your hnds up 3 The sun rose t 6:15 yesterdy morning 4 I hd just lin down when the erthquke strted 5 Plese rise your hnd if you hve ny questions 6 I promise I ve never lied to you! 7 Prices hve risen incredibly over the lst yer 8 She hs lied to him bout her ge Grmmlysis B2 113

17 VOCABULARY CORNER 1 (p 9) Home Sweet Home Exercise 1 sink/wshbsin νιπτήρας blinds στόρια mirror καθρέφτης shower ντους slippers παντόφλες shower gel αφρόλουτρο bth(tub) μπανιέρα tp/fucet βρύση towel πετσέτα Exercise 1b polish βάζω βερνίκι remove αφαιρώ, βγάζω comb χτενίζω flush τραβάω καζανάκι file λιμάρω Loo (BrE)/restroom (AmE) τουαλέτα shve ξύρισμα nil polish βερνίκι νυχιών Exercise 2 stool σκαμπό bunk beds κουκέτες, διώροφο κρεβάτι pillow μαξιλάρι bookcse βιβλιοθήκη sheet σεντόνι lrm clock ξυπνητήρι rug χαλάκι duvet πάπλωμα blnket κουβέρτα cushion μαξιλαράκι wrdrobe ντουλάπα Exercise 2b put on βάζω, φοράω set ρυθμίζω turn off σβήνω fll sleep αποκοιμάμαι mke the bed στρώνω το κρεβάτι Exercise 3 light up ανάβω hng κρεμάω/απλώνω (ρούχα) vcuum σκουπίζω με ηλεκτρική σκούπα dust ξεσκονίζω tke out βγάζω έξω rent ενοίκιο utility bills λογαριασμοί σπιτιού (ρεύμα, νερό, κοινόχρηστα) ironing σιδέρωμα lundry μπουγάδα furniture έπιπλα rubbish/trsh σκουπίδια fireplce τζάκι Exercise 4 ttic σοφίτα bsement υπόγειο upstirs επάνω πάτωμα store αποθηκεύω ptio ακάλυπτη εσωτερική αυλή loft πατάρι porch στεγασμένη είσοδος, βεράντα mnsion έπαυλη cottge εξοχικό σπίτι robber ληστής brek into κάνω διάρρηξη prtment διαμέρισμα ground floor ισόγειο block of flts πολυκατοικία Exercise 5 dentl floss οδοντικό νήμα mouth wsh στοματικό διάλυμα tumble dryer στεγνωτήριο ρούχων hir dryer πιστολάκι για τα μαλλιά hose λάστιχο sprinkler μπεκ (για κήπους, αυλές) sponge σφουγγάρι detergent απορρυπαντικό, καθαριστικό clothes peg μανταλάκι cot hnger κρεμάστρα plug πρίζα socket/outlet υποδοχή πρίζας, ντουί hmmer σφυρί nil καρφί bin κάδος απορριμμάτων bin liner σακούλα σκουπιδιών bucket κουβάς mop σφουγγαρίστρα broom σκούπα (όχι ηλεκτρική) dustpn φαράσι screwdriver κατσαβίδι drill τρυπάνι VOCABULARY CORNER 2 (p 13) Exercise 2 t ese άνετος t the moment τώρα t ll καθόλου t loss αμήχανος, σαστισμένος t rndom τυχαία t the end/beginning of sth στο τέλος/ στην αρχή t hnd κοντά (χρονικά), σύντομα t once αμέσως Exercise 3 come cross βρίσκω, συναντώ (τυχαία) come down with (n illness) αρρωσταίνω come into κληρονομώ come round επισκέπτομαι κπ come up with επινοώ, βρίσκω λύση/ ιδέα come up εμφανίζομαι, προκύπτω, συμβαίνω VOCABULARY CORNER 3 (p 17) Exercise 2 (tke) by surprise ξαφνιάζω/εκπλήσσω κπ by hert (μαθαίνω κτ) απ έξω, παπαγαλία by post/mil ταχυδρομικώς by chnce τυχαία by myself μόνος μου by mistke/ccident κατά λάθος by + vehicle με κπ μεταφορικό μέσο Exercise 3 go by περνώ (για ώρα/χρόνο) go off 1 χτυπώ (για συναγερμό), 2 χαλώ (για φαγητό) go on 1 εξακολουθώ, συνεχίζω 2 συμβαίνω go out σβήνω (για φώτα) go through 1 ξοδεύω 2 βιώνω/περνώ κτ δύσκολο go with ταιριάζω VOCABULARY CORNER 4 (p 21) Shopping - Clothes Exercise 1 Prt A go on spending spree με πιάνει καταναλωτική μανία go window shopping χαζεύω τις βιτρίνες be ddicted to sth είμαι εθισμένος σε κτ brgin ευκαιρία, καλή αγορά discount έκπτωση refund επιστροφή χρημάτων receipt απόδειξη do without κάνω χωρίς reduction μείωση on impulse αυθόρμητα, παρορμητικά browse χαζεύω, ρίχνω μια ματιά stte δηλώνω, αναφέρω purchse αγορά mount ποσό disstisfied δυσαρεστημένος customer πελάτης Prt B shop ssistnt/slesclerk υπάλληλος καταστήματος slesperson/slesmn πωλητής shopper/consumer αγοραστής/ καταναλωτής brnd nme εμπορική ονομασία, μάρκα logo λογότυπο distinguish διακρίνω serve εξυπηρετώ Prt C deprtment store πολυκατάστημα Grmmlysis B2 175

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