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1 Gold Experience B2 Progress test 1 Name Class Grammar 1 Rewrite the sentences using the words given. Use between two and five words, including the word given. 1 I last saw Karen when we met up at Dan s party. SINCE I haven t seen Karen since we met up at Dan s party. 2 During the summer we spent two weeks in Rome. STAYED During the summer we two weeks. 3 I bought this laptop in March. HAD I March. 4 A few moments ago I received an from Stuart. JUST I an from Stuart. I ve spent all morning texting and my thumb hurts! BEEN My thumb hurts because I all morning! 6 Is this your first visit to England? YOU before? GOLD EXPERIENCE B2 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2014 Pearson Education Ltd. 1

2 2 Complete the conversation with the correct form of the verb in brackets. A: Where 1) have you been (you/be)? I 2) (wait) here for half an hour! B: Sorry, I 3) (have) to go to the shops for Mum. Then I 4) (stop) to have a chat with Martin. A: OK. ) (you/bring) the computer game with you? B: Sorry I was in a hurry and I 6) (leave) it on the kitchen table. Vocabulary 3 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words in capitals. 1 My sister s very thoughtful and she never stays out late because that worries my mum. THOUGHT 2 Our teacher is really and makes us laugh with her stories. FUN 3 I get on well with my brother and there s no sibling at all. RIVAL 4 My dad can t wear jumpers because they irritate his skin. WOOL You need to have a lot of to become an actor or actress. CONFIDENT 6 My with Selina began when we were both six years old. FRIEND 4 Complete the sentences with the correct prepositions. 1 Jacky s feeling upset because she s just broken up with her boyfriend, Ralph. 2 You make the decision and I ll go with whatever you say. 3 Some people prefer to remain unnoticed and not stand from the crowd. 4 It s bad to talk about people behind their back and put them all the time. I think it s important to stand for your friends when they need your support. 6 Someone told me that dancers can get bad back problems and that put me dancing. GOLD EXPERIENCE B2 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2014 Pearson Education Ltd. 2

3 Listening You will hear an interview with a woman called Ailsa who runs a website. Choose the correct answer (A, B, C or D). 1 The website is for people who A are intending to learn a new language. B want to trace old friends who have moved to another country. C are interested in contacting new people abroad. D enjoy travelling to different places. 2 Ailsa believes that people get more from a friendship if they A agree about most topics. B have some similar interests. C have different personalities. D are both interesting people. 3 When you join the website you need to A list your favourite films and video clips. B video your friends and family. C give your reasons for joining. D describe your appearance and personality. 4 What was important in Ailsa s life? A using a website like this one B learning about the world through her friends C visiting lots of countries to make friends D helping her friends to create websites When the website first started, Ailsa was worried because A she didn t know much about the technical side of things. B it was a big financial risk. C her friends weren t sure it was a good idea. D it wasn t an immediate success. GOLD EXPERIENCE B2 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2014 Pearson Education Ltd. 3

4 Reading People I remember meeting on holiday Readers tell us about memorable people they ve met on holiday. A Jon A couple of years ago I went on holiday to a coastal town in Italy with my parents. We stayed at a great little hotel and there was an amazing band that played every evening. I started chatting to the lead guitarist, a tall, pretty girl with long dark hair who was very talented indeed. She was Russian, but she had spent three years studying in England, so we communicated easily in English. We had a lot of interests in common and we found that we both loved old Abba songs! We got on really well and exchanged addresses. We ve kept in touch ever since. B Diana Someone I remember meeting on holiday was a girl called Rita from Canada. I was camping in France with some mates and she was there with some friends too. We all hung out together for a week or so, doing sports and going to see different sights. My mates thought Rita was a bit moody, but that was because she d just split up with a boyfriend back home. She had a very sensitive nature and we did a lot of talking about relationships and family problems. She was a bit of a poet and I ll never forget the poems she let me read. They were beautiful. C Terry After a holiday in Paris my life took a completely new direction that s how influential my memorable person was! I d been thinking about studying literature or languages at university, but after a visit to the Musée D Orsay I decided to study history of art. It was all down to this incredible guide we had called Adriane. She was very knowledgeable and obviously loved her subject. Her enthusiasm was infectious. After our tour I asked her loads of questions and she gave me a lot of good advice. I m so glad we went to that museum. 6 Read the texts and match the questions (1 ) with the people (A C). Which person mentioned by the writer 1 had an influence on the writer s future? 2 discussed serious matters with the writer? 3 gave people the wrong impression of her personality? 4 had similar tastes to the writer? enjoyed what she did for a living a great deal? GOLD EXPERIENCE B2 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2014 Pearson Education Ltd. 4

5 Writing 7 Read the phrases. Are they formal (F) or informal (I)? 1 Yours sincerely, 2 To whom it may concern: 3 Write back soon. 4 Thank you for your recent letter. It s really great to hear from you. Total: 0 8 This is part of an you received from an old friend, Lisa. Write an in reply to Lisa in words. You said you d recently met up with our old classmate, Dave Stevens! What s he like now? Has he changed much? And what s he doing these days? Do let me know. Love, Lisa 2 GOLD EXPERIENCE B2 PHOTOCOPIABLE 2014 Pearson Education Ltd.

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