1 Past simple and past continuous 1: 1 cried, 2 travelled, 3 sent, 4 enjoyed, 5 stopped, 6 broke, 7 fell, 8 chatted, 9 happened, 10 said, 11 knew, 12 tried, 13 cut, 14 turned 2: 1 travelled; enjoyed, 2 Did cry, 3 did say; chatted; 4 sent; didn t know, 5 fell; didn t break, 6 happened, 7 stopped; turned, 8 tried; cut 3: 1 When did you buy that tablet? 2 How much did your new computer cost? 3 What did you do after school yesterday? 4 Why didn t you call me last night? 5 Where did Dad save the photos on the computer? 6 Which files did you delete? 7 How many copies did Gary print yesterday? 8 Which company did Steve Jobs helps to start? 4: 1 attaching, 2 tying, 3 running, 4 saving, 5 giving, 6 getting, 7 deleting, 8 changing, 9 uploading, 10 thinking, 11 winning, 12 spotting, 13 serving, 14 realising 5: 1 was making, 2 were using, 3 were dancing, 4 was coming, 5 was living, 6 was opening, 7 were visiting, 8 was sitting, 9 was inserting, 10 was starting 6: 1 was listening; heard, 2 said; was still trying, 3 was dancing; fell; broke, 4 was playing; called, 5 was looking; noticed; 6 found, was surfing, 7 was having; spilled; 8 saw; wasn t going; was going, 9 did you take; were travelling, 10 were you chatting; was trying 7: 1 switched off; was making, 2 was listening; arrived, 3 were playing; said, 4 met; was living, 5 was drawing; was studying, 6 were trying; went out, 7 left; was pouring, 8 saw; was wearing; 9 was trying; stopped, 10 was printing; ran out 8: 1 was trying, 2 ran out, 3 was lying, 4 was chatting, 5 wasn t concentrating, 6 forgot, 7 went, 8 lost, 9 screamed, 10 came, 11 was crying, 12 gave, 13 tried, 14 was, 15 managed
2 Present perfect and past perfect 1: 1 hated 2 made 3 spoken 4 drawn 5 called 6 chosen 7 won 8 told 9 kept 10 given 11 paid 12 come 13 walked 14 thrown 2: 1 has wanted, 2 haven t stopped, 3 Have seen, 4 has scored, 5 has bought, 6 have done, 7 have taught, 8 have been, 9 haven t passed, 10 has fallen 3: 1 since, 2 for, 3 since, 4 for, 5 since, 6 since, 7 for, 8 for, 9 since, 10 since 4: 1 ever, 2 just, 3 yet, 4 already, 5 never, 6 already, 7 ever, 8 yet 5: 1 hadn t won, 2 had been, 3 had called, 4 had heard, 5 had thought, 6 had been, 7 had refused, 8 had drunk, 9 had lost 6: 1 I don t think I ve ever tried surfing. 2 I had never heard such an inspiring story. 3 Have you asked your parents yet? 4 He had already seen the film twice. 5 I ve just finished reading the most amazing book. 6 Had you already studied English before you came here? 7 I don t think he has finished yet. 8 Have you ever seen the film Titanic? Perfect and simple tenses 1: 1 Have heard, 2 s been, 3 forgot, 4 Has gone, 5 go, 6 lives, 7 s been, 8 ve wanted, 9 went, 10 didn t go, 11 had, 12 Did pass, 13 failed, 14 started, 15 has got 16 ve improved, 17 s, 18 ve been 2: 1 made, 2 threatened, 3 accepted, 4 had always dreamed/dreamt, 5 had been, 6 won, 7 collected, 8 promised, 9 had finished, 10 worked, 11 set, 12 has helped, 13 has kept, 14 want, 15 have been, 16 didn t want, 17 realise
3 Modals 1: 1 C, 2 G, 3 F, 4 D, 5 H, 6 E, 7 A, 8 B 2: 1 can, 2 haven t been able to, 3 couldn t, 4 were able to, 5 be able to, 6 Could you, 7 was able to, 8 hadn t been able to 3: 1 I really have to tidy my bedroom. 2 Does Derek have to take the school bus? 3 Why did you have to go to your cousin s house yesterday? 4 Do you think we ll have to study hard next year? 5 It s our secret so you mustn t tell anyone. 6 Do you have to pay to get into the museum? 7 You mustn t forget to take your keys before you go out. 8 You don t have to tell me now, you can tell me later. 9 If you came with us, you wouldn t have to take the train. 10 My sister had to get up early every morning last week. 4: 1 I can t see the television. Can you sit down, please. 2 Mark doesn t have to call me if he doesn t want to. 3 If I was rich, I would be able to buy lots of cool things. 4 When you re in Bilbao, you ought to visit the Guggenheim Museum. 5 I m sorry I won t be able to go to your party on Friday. 6 Students must always hand in their homework on time. 7 The police were called and they were able to catch the thieves. 8 I m sorry but you mustn t smoke here. 5: 1 shouldn t, 2 must, 3 can t, 4 mustn t, 5 don t have to, 6 couldn t, 7 ought to/should, 8 haven t been able to, 9 had to, 10 mustn t 6: 1 should watch, 2 have to complete; mustn t use, 3 have to / must cut down, 4 shouldn t listen to, 5 could / couldn t ride, 6 can tell, 7 have to write down, 8 able to remember 7: 1 can, 2 had to, 3 mustn t, 4 won t be able to, 5 had to, 6 can, 7 will be able to, 8 would have to, 9 had to, 10 should, 11 was able to
4 Relative clauses 1 1 d 2 b 3 f 4 a 5 c 6 e 2 Sara Carbonero, (a) is a sports journalist on Telecinco and Cuatro. She also presents news about the Spanish league on Premium Calcio (c). Sara left university before graduating. In 2004, (d) she got the chance to do work experience at Radio Marca, and hasn t looked back. Sara first made the news around the world, in South Africa (e). British newspapers suggested her presence on the pitch before the game had distracted Spain s captain, Real Madrid goalkeeper, Iker Casillas. Sara (b) appeared on front pages again only a few weeks later. An emotional Casillas (f ) kissed her on live national TV. 3 1 She s the actress who played Mikage in Kitchen. 2 They interviewed a man who had climbed Everest. 3 Robert Pattison, who plays Edward in the Twilight films, visited our school last week. 4 What s the name of the song that they play at the end of the film? 5 Last night, at the cinema I saw the girl who lives next door with her friends. 4 1 whose 2 who / that 3 where 4 which / that 5 when 5 The relative pronoun can be omitted in sentences 4 and The bank that I use is in financial trouble. 2 Police have closed the website where you could get more information. 3 Many young people who can t find work are moving abroad. 4 The new laws, which are very unpopular, will affect us all. 5 A new factory is opening in the town, which is very good news. 7 1 A friend of mine, who is a trade union member, helped organise the strike. 2 They are protesting against the spending cuts, which they feel are unfair. 3 She met an interesting old man who had gone to Germany to find work in the 70s. 4 The animal rights group, whose members are all vegetarian, have planned a demonstration. 5 The riots, which had started in the city centre, spread to residential areas.
5 The future 1: 1 C 2 F 3 A 4 E 5 D 6 B 7 C 8 D 2: 1 will give 2 ll call 3 Are you going out 4 are you going to do 5 ll turn 6 ll still be 7 re not going to lose 8 leaves 3: 1 students will have 2 Are you going to play 3 is going to snow 4 we are meeting / we are going to meet 5 goes on 6 is getting 7 I think I ll read 8 I ll go 4: 1 PR 2 PL 3 PL 4 PR 5 PL 6 PL 7 PR 8 PR 5: 1 have finished 2 be playing 3 be waiting 4 have been 5 have taken 6 be doing 7 have got 8 be having 6: 1 ll go 2 leaves 3 ll have finished 4 m going to study 5 re having/ re going to have 6 Will answer 7 will be getting 8 are going to do 7: 1 c 2 b 3 a 4 c 5 c 6 a 7 b 8 a 9 c 10 b
6 Reported speech 1 1 said you were washing 2 she told me she didn t like 3 said you would go out 4 said you had been 5 told me she could swim 6 said you didn t have to go 2 1 He asked her to go snowboarding with him next week. 2 The instructor asked me if I had ever been scuba-diving before. 3 The examiner told us to stop writing and out down our pens. 4 Yesterday, I asked you whether you had some walking boots I could borrow and you said yes. 5 Alex and Laura asked if we needed any help, but we stupidly said we didn t need any. 3 1 c 2 d 3 g 4 a 5 f 6 b 7 h 8 e 4 1 apologised to 2 warned him not to stand 3 advised drinking 4 ordered her to clean 5 denied eating 6 suggested going rollerblading 7 recommended watching 8 reminded us 5 1 Miki said (that) they were watching the X-Factor right then, so he could only talk for a minute. 2 Pilar s dad told me that she had gone to the cinema, but he would tell her to call me later. 3 Nacho said that he had heard of the film, but he hadn t expected it to be so good. 4 My aunt said that they wouldn t be able to come to the party but (that) they hoped we would have a great night. 5 Lucia told me that she had seen the new Spiderman film when they were flying to New York a few weeks previously. 6 My cousin told me that they were going to my brother s concert and they were looking forward to seeing me there. 6 1 Rocio told us to meet her outside the cinema. 2 Juan asked if I d like to go to the concert with him. 3 correct 4 correct 5 Silvia asked if I could lend her the DVD. 6 Zara ordered them to leave the party. 7 1 apologised 2 admitted 3 claimed 4 accused 5 threatened 6 warned 7 promised
7 Conditionals 1: 1 1st rd 4 1st 5 3rd nd 8 2nd 2: 1 go 2 would 3 don t want 4 hadn t given 5 ll go 6 didn t 3: 1 forget; rains 2 don t drink; get 3 won t be; splash out 4 look after; ll buy 5 had; d take 6 had; would take 7 would have believed; hadn t told 8 had seen; would have spoken 4: 1 would have taken 2 will tell 3 had known 4 write 5 asked 6 ll try on 5: 1 We ll go out for dinner on Friday unless Ben doesn t get back from his trip on time. 2 We ll go to the beach tomorrow provided my mum lends me her car. 3 I ll be allowed to go to the party as long as I do all my homework. 4 I ll speak to you in English on condition that you speak to me in Spanish. 6: 1 As long you take a taxi, you ll be at the airport at 11 o clock. 2 If you press this button, the engine starts. 3 I ll take a photo of you if you put that hat on. 4 If you concentrated on your homework, it wouldn t take you so long. If you concentrate on your homework, it won t take you so long. 5 Will you do it by yourself if I show you how to do it? 6 If I don t have a snack in the morning, I get hungry before lunch. 7 If you had looked after your school bag, it wouldn t have broken. 8 You d feel better if you took more exercise. You won t feel better unless you take more exercise. 7: 1 If teenagers shake hands in my country, they are considered very formal. 2 If you d told me earlier, I would have been able to help you. 3 If Sarah went away to France for a year, Rob would forget about her. 4 If you eat crisps now, you won t eat your dinner later. 5 Greg would be your best man if you asked him. 6 They would have broken up sooner If Anna hadn t covered up the affair. 8: 1 been able to fix my computer if he hadn t been an expert. 2 stop interrupting me, I won t be able to finish this. 3 make dinner if you buy the food. 4 speak French if I lived in France. 5 been really busy, I would have called you. 6 had studied (more), I would have passed my exams. 7 you tomorrow if you were free.
8 The passive / to have / get something done 1 1 are brought on 2 was hit 3 am going to be told 4 has been advised 5 is being described 6 had been told 7 was being given 2 1 must be taken 2 might have been stressed 3 can t be treated 4 should have been told 5 will be found 3 1 One in four people are thought to suffer from mental health problems. 2 One in six people in Spain are believed to be obese. 3 Malaria is considered to be the most infectious disease. 4 Heart disease is said to be the number one cause of death around the world million people in the world are estimated to be living with HIV. 6 Japan is thought to be the healthiest country in the world. 4 1 On which day is World Earth Day observed? 2 Where was the first Earth Summit held? 3 What is the second greenhouse gas known as? 4 How much food is wasted by the average European? 5 1 should be done 2 should be charged 3 have to be given 4 were forced 5 cannot be allowed 6 must be encouraged 7 is collected 8 has to be spent 6 1 hair cut 2 teeth taken out 3 photo taken 4 laptop looked at 5 nose pierced
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