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This is a photo of ……
  • boys and girls at school
  • a girl and her mother
  • a busy street
  • an English house
The girl on the left has got ……
  • short hair
  • a white shirt
  • brown glasses
  • black hair
What can you see in the photo?
  • Faces, dogs, books.
  • Chickens, pens, desks.
  • Computers, hands, arms.
  • Doors, coats, windows.
Complete the word: C H O C O L ………
  • A T
  • A T E
  • E T
  • E A T
Red + white = …… .
  • grey
  • pink
  • yellow
  • black
On a sunny day, the …… is blue.
  • grass
  • sky
  • snow
  • meat
The old lady wants to go to bed now because she's very …… .
  • tall
  • thirsty
  • tired
  • small
Complete this “family” of words: tiger, monkey, sheep, …… .
  • knife
  • pig
  • meal
  • race
Maria …… .
  • comes from Germany
  • is Lily's sister
  • knows Lily very well
  • and Lily are good friends
Lily's house …… .
  • is big
  • isn't modern
  • is a long way from Dover
  • is in a town
Lily loves her house because …… .
  • she's got two cats
  • it's got a very big garden
  • there’s a window in her bedroom
  • the apple trees are very old
Find the true sentence.
  • Lily has got photos of Maria's house.
  • There are trees in Lily's bedroom .
  • Lily knows Maria’s family.
  • Three people live in Lily's house.
The dogs …… in the garden.
  • is
  • have
  • are
  • am
…… the questions and find the answers.
  • Walk
  • Rain
  • Read
  • Drive
My maths teacher's …… .
  • are in the playground
  • got a new car
  • work very hard
  • not today
Ugh! I …… eat these potatoes. They're horrible
  • don't like
  • hate
  • can't
  • not want
George …… to bed late on Saturdays.
  • is often
  • makes
  • sometimes goes
  • never has
There are six …… at the table.
  • water
  • people
  • flowers
  • bread
The grandfather is …… .
  • next to his mother
  • behind his daughter
  • between his grandsons
  • opposite one of his granddaughters.
The title of this photo is …… .
  • “A picnic in the rain”
  • “Lunch on a hot day”
  • “Asleep in the garden”
  • “A warm summer night”
What can you see in the photo?
  • Windows, parents, clouds.
  • Plates, glasses, food.
  • Chairs, feet, clothes.
  • Arms, people, hats.
Scotland is part of the United …… .
  • Kingdom
  • States
  • Europe
  • England
In Britain, people often have …… for breakfast.
  • bacon and eggs
  • fish and chips
  • ham and cheese
  • roast beef
Buckingham …… is the London home of Queen Elizabeth II.
  • House
  • Castle
  • Palace
  • Tower
In Britain, the day before the 25th of December is called …… .
  • Christmas Night
  • Christmas Eve
  • Boxing Day
  • Saint Nicholas
Your friend says, “My mother's ill.” What can you say now?
  • “Is he very ill?”
  • “I'm happy for you.”
  • “That's nice.”
  • “I'm sorry.”
The teacher wants silence. What can she say to the children?
  • “Don't stop!”
  • “Wake up!”
  • “Be quiet!”
  • “Don't talk fast!”
A man asks Jennifer Hobson, “What's your surname?” What does she answer?
  • “Jennifer.”
  • “Jenny.”
  • “Hobson.”
  • “Jennifer Hobson.”
A woman says to you, “Passengers for Dublin, please go to platform 4.” Where are you?
  • At an airport.
  • In a railway station.
  • In a hotel.
  • At a hospital.
You are at the bus stop with Ryan. The bus is late. Suddenly, Ryan sees it and says, “Ah, here …… !”
  • it is
  • you are
  • comes
  • it goes
A woman says, “It's quiet, safe, very comfortable, and I love the colour.” What is she talking about?
  • Her new computer.
  • Her new bed.
  • Her new car.
  • Her new dress.
“……” rhymes with “here”.
  • ear
  • there
  • bear
  • hair
Complete the list: go, know, alone, ……
  • one
  • boat
  • front
  • brown
“Beautiful” = O o o. “Imagination” = ……
  • O o o o o
  • o O o o o
  • o o O o o
  • o o o O o
This is from the Tamford Secondary School website and it's about …… .
  • how to pick strawberries
  • a holiday job
  • a weekend in the country
  • a summer holiday by the sea
Tom helps on the farm because …… .
  • he loves strawberries
  • he doesn't like hard work
  • it's fun and he can make some money
  • his aunt and uncle don't pay him
Students who work on the farm in the summer …… .
  • never stop work at 3pm
  • can work six hours a day
  • must be under 14
  • don't work on Sundays
If you work a whole day on the farm, …… .
  • they pay you for six hours' work
  • Tom's aunt and uncle give you lunch
  • you can have lunch in a café
  • you can't start before 9am
…… Spanish, doesn't he?
  • Does he read
  • Your father doesn't understand
  • Jack speaks
  • Your family is
…… there …… on the menu in the cafeteria today?
  • Are … some curry
  • Have … got steak
  • Is … any chicken
  • What is … eat
I don't understand all the controls on this machine. For example, the blue button. What ……?
  • does it make
  • is it for
  • does happen
  • can I do it
Sarah usually …… at 8 o'clock.
  • is getting up
  • has got dinner
  • has breakfast
  • having a cup of tea
Find the word that is not associated with music.
  • drum
  • keyboard
  • hill
  • single
Which pair of words doesn’t sound the same?
  • for/four
  • there/their
  • cold/called
  • meet/meat
It's in south-west England and it's very old. What is it?
  • Stonehenge.
  • Cambridge University.
  • Loch Ness.
  • Dover Castle.

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This is a photo of ……
  • two teenagers in a city street
  • two boys at a bus stop
  • a brother and sister in the kitchen
  • children at the beach
The girl …… .
  • is looking at the boy
  • has got short blond hair
  • is sad
  • is wearing glasses
The boy …… his phone.
  • is waiting
  • is looking for
  • hasn't got
  • is holding
The cups and plates are in the …… next to the fridge.
  • shelf
  • cupboard
  • bottle
  • watch
John is 1.90 m – he's very …… !
  • high
  • short
  • tall
  • small
Before you go to school, you must …… your books in your schoolbag.
  • put
  • run
  • write
  • cut
Complete this “family” of words: skirt, trousers, coat, …… .
  • shirt
  • leg
  • carpet
  • desk
When I go to school, I take the bus from the corner of my street and …… at the third stop.
  • wake up
  • get off
  • come back
  • go away
Katie is writing to …… .
  • a friend
  • her daughter
  • Ellie's mother
  • Ellie Hardcastle
What do you know about Ellie?
  • She doesn't know Katie.
  • She lives with her mother.
  • She's got a cat.
  • She's at home at the moment.
What does Katie want?
  • A cat.
  • A phone number.
  • Food for the cat.
  • A key.
Ellie …… yesterday.
  • gave her key to Katie
  • forgot to feed her cat
  • took her cat on holiday with her
  • left her cat in her flat
Harry …… to school today. He's ill.
  • isn't going
  • don't go
  • can't work
  • isn't
…… sometimes …… in the evening.
  • My mother is … working
  • Dad … cooks dinner
  • My parents … very tired
  • Helen … watch television
There …… people in the shop. It's empty.
  • have got
  • isn't
  • are some
  • aren't any
On Monday, Peter …… an email to Kylie but she didn't answer.
  • is writing
  • must write
  • sent
  • gets
Jack's sister is more …… he is.
  • shorter than
  • intelligent as
  • prettier than
  • popular than
Behind the black book there is …… .
  • a red purse
  • a pair of sunglasses
  • a beach bag
  • a pair of shoes
These are Carla's things. She's going to …… two weeks in Spain.
  • go
  • pass
  • spend
  • bring
What can you say about Carla?
  • She never wears a hat.
  • She isn't taking any clothes with her.
  • She's going to a place that's sunny.
  • She doesn't like pink.
Find the things that Carla is probably going to take with her.
  • a passport, a toothbrush, a swimsuit
  • sun cream, showers, perfume
  • shorts, T-shirts, inches
  • sandals, mice, dresses
…… and chips is a traditional English dish.
  • Pudding
  • Pork
  • Duck
  • Fish
This politician, who died in 1965, was twice Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. What was his name?
  • Winston Churchill.
  • Charlie Chaplin.
  • William Shakespeare.
  • Guy Fawkes.
In a London shop, you buy something that costs 70p. What does “p” mean?
  • pounds
  • pence
  • prize
  • price
The Beatles came from …… It's a seaport in north-west England.
  • Liverpool.
  • Manchester.
  • Bristol.
  • Oxford.
It's 10.30. Someone asks you, “What time is it?” What can you say?
  • “Eleven thirty.”
  • “Half past ten.”
  • “Thirty after ten.”
  • “Half of eleven.”
In a restaurant, a waiter serves you with your food. What can he say?
  • “Enjoy your meal.”
  • “Have a nice trip.”
  • “Here is your bill.”
  • “Come back soon.”
Anna says to you, “I'm sorry. I forgot to send you a birthday card.” You want to tell her that it isn't important. What can you say?
  • “I never worry.”
  • “It doesn't matter.”
  • “Please excuse me.”
  • “What a pity.”
You are talking to Sam on the phone. He bought a new bike yesterday. You want a description of the bike. What can you ask?
  • “What's it like?”
  • “How long is it?”
  • “Does it go well?”
  • “What does he look like?”
You see the words “Add to your basket”. What are you doing?
  • Buying something online.
  • Doing a maths test.
  • Shopping in a supermarket .
  • Reading a cake recipe.
Patrick is trying on a jacket in a shop but it's much too big for him. What can he say?
  • “I'm afraid it doesn't fit.”
  • “I can't put it on.”
  • “It isn't cheap enough.”
  • “Sorry but I need a larger size.”
The letter “C” rhymes with …… .
  • say
  • free
  • car
  • buy
Find the pair of words that rhymes.
  • there, share
  • ships, keeps
  • quite, quiet
  • eight, height
“Introduction” = o o O o. “Incredible” = …… .
  • O o o o
  • o O o o
  • o o O o
  • o o o O
The writer of this diary is Rachel's …… .
  • sister
  • friend
  • mother
  • brother
The writer …… “13 Going On 30” …… .
  • thought … was terrible
  • didn't like … at all
  • thought … was very good
  • didn't think …… was good
On Sunday evening, Rachel and the writer watched …… .
  • a romantic comedy at the cinema
  • a fantasy movie about a young girl who wants to be older
  • a comedy about a woman who wants to be younger
  • a reality TV show
Jenna makes a wish because she …… .
  • would like to be more intelligent
  • doesn't have a good job in New York
  • wants to escape from all the problems that teenagers have
  • thinks that adults don't have enough problems
There's no school at weekends so I …… to get up early.
  • don't have
  • mustn't
  • have got
  • never must
Lois …… in her office when, suddenly, Superman flew in through the window.
  • worked
  • was working
  • is going to work
  • works hard
…… lovely flowers you've got in your garden!
  • Those
  • How
  • What
  • Whose
Soldiers wear uniforms and ……. .
  • sailors are too
  • also do policemen
  • so do most security guards
  • do a lot of British schoolchildren
The “a” in “England” doesn't sound like
  • the “a” in “Ireland”
  • the “a” in “Germany”
  • the second “a" in “Africa”
  • the second “a” in “Japan”
Complete the series: clean/dirty, high/low, loud/…… .
  • dark
  • less
  • soft
  • slim
One of the national symbols of England is …… .
  • a red rose
  • a white horse
  • a pear tree
  • a red dragon

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The boy in the photo …… a new shirt.
  • is paying
  • is calling
  • wants
  • have got
The boy is wearing …… .
  • short brown hair
  • a grey T-shirt
  • a green polo shirt
  • sunglasses
Find the group of words that is associated with clothes.
  • trousers, tie, shorts
  • plate, jeans, pocket
  • socks, skirt, truck
  • size, cloud, coat
My uncle works in a …… where they make washing machines.
  • furniture
  • moon
  • castle
  • factory
You can't see the house from the street because there's a high wall …… it.
  • over
  • around
  • across
  • above
Will you …… on the light, please? It's dark in here.
  • pull
  • switch
  • make
  • run
Jenny is nervous and uncomfortable with other people. In other words, she is …… .
  • shy
  • friendly
  • scary
  • amusing
Choose a name for this “family” of words: wing, wheel, fly.
  • Planes
  • Birds
  • Insects
  • Cars
What do you know about Sally?
  • She lives in London.
  • She gives piano lessons.
  • She has got a son.
  • She doesn't work.
What do you know about Janet and Peter?
  • They have lived in Bexley for a long time.
  • Before they moved, they lived in London.
  • They want to buy a piano.
  • They met Sally in a local shop
What do you know about Billy?
  • He can play the piano very well.
  • He's got a younger brother.
  • It's his birthday next month.
  • He is a teenager.
In the email, Janet and Peter …… .
  • suggest several lessons every week
  • say that they think Sally is a good teacher
  • ask if the lessons are free
  • ask about the cost of lessons
How often …… to the cinema?
  • are you going
  • do you go
  • have you got
  • is he looking
She isn't in her office at the moment – she …… lunch.
  • is having
  • cooks her
  • prepares the
  • can wait
I'm sure …… to the party if you invite him.
  • he comes
  • he'll come
  • he's coming
  • he would like
After dinner, she …… chapter two of the book and then went to bed.
  • has written
  • read
  • was making
  • looks at
Julia has had toothache …… . She really must see a dentist.
  • two days ago
  • since yesterday
  • when she got up this morning
  • last Monday
On this sort of tour bus, a lot of people prefer to sit ……, like the couple in the picture.
  • upstairs
  • above
  • inside
  • in the sky
The bus tour …… two hours.
  • makes
  • passes
  • lasts
  • times
Every day, this bus takes tourists on …… tours of London.
  • visiting
  • sightseeing
  • circle
  • everywhere
The couple are on a day …… London.
  • visit in
  • travel in
  • voyage to
  • trip to
American children usually go to …… when they are 14 or 15.
  • second school
  • high school
  • college
  • elementary school
Niagara Falls are on the border between …… .
  • the USA and Mexico
  • Canada and the USA
  • England and Scotland
  • India and Pakistan
The Union Jack is another name for …… .
  • the uniform of an English soldier
  • the train from Washington, D.C. to New York
  • the American constitution
  • the flag of the United Kingdom
Find the event that happened in 1776.
  • Wellington defeated Napoleon at the battle of Waterloo.
  • William Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet.
  • The first underground railway in the world was opened in London.
  • The United States said it wanted to be an independent nation.
You are trying on a pair of jeans in a shop. They're too small for you. What can you say to the assistant?
  • “They don't fit.”
  • “Can I have a smaller size?”
  • “They don't suit me.”
  • “I can't stand them.”
If someone says to you, “Yes. Take the first left,” what question did you ask?
  • “Are there any more sandwiches?”
  • “Can I take one of those books?”
  • “Did I win a prize?”
  • “Do you know the way to the station?”
Kate is invited to Joe’s parents’ barbecue. She asks Joe, “Can I bring my dog?” He says, “I’m sure no one will mind.” What does he mean?
  • Nobody will notice her dog.
  • It won't be a problem.
  • No one will take care of the dog.
  • Bringing her dog isn't a good idea.
A woman says, “I'm sorry, I don't have an appointment. Is that all right?” Where is she?
  • At the cash desk of a supermarket.
  • At the hairdresser's.
  • In a restaurant.
  • In a taxi.
You are calling Richard on the phone. He answers and asks you to wait. What can he say?
  • “Hold on a second.”
  • “Hang up, please.”
  • “Pick up.”
  • “Don't be patient.”
Fiona tells her mother, “My best friend made fun of my new necklace.” What can her mother say to her?
  • “Of course. I told you it looked terrific, didn't I?”
  • “Well, it isn't everyone's cup of tea.”
  • “It was nice of you to share it.”
  • “I'm so happy she had a good time.”
“Done” rhymes with “……”.
  • turn
  • gone
  • own
  • fun
The “a” in “distance” has the same sound as the “a” in “……”.
  • anger
  • place
  • about
  • father
“Australia” = o O o o. “Definitely” = …… .
  • O o o o
  • o O o o
  • o o O o
  • o o o O
Find an appropriate title for this text.
  • A Sudden Change in the Weather
  • A Terrible Holiday
  • A Possible Disaster
  • Rescuing the Neighbours
When Meagan posted this, …… .
  • it wasn't raining
  • her house wasn't under water
  • she wasn't at all worried
  • the weather was getting better
What do we know for certain about Meagan?
  • She has lived in this house for less than five years
  • She has got some friends in Manchester
  • She knows she will have to leave her house.
  • She is going to stay with one of her friends.
What do you think Bill and Caroline said to Meagan?
  • “Don't worry. Nothing bad will happen.”
  • “You can't be too careful.”
  • “If it doesn't stop raining, we'll stay here.”
  • “Do the same as we did five years ago.”
When I go on holiday, my grandparents always ask …… a postcard.
  • for sending them
  • me to send them
  • will I send for them
  • if I send them
I don't think there's …… than a long hot bath.
  • something nicer
  • nothing more relaxing
  • ever had
  • anything better
Of all the movies …… , which is your favourite?
  • that have made
  • you've seen
  • starred Tom Cruise
  • were made in Hollywood
Complete the "family” of words: hurry, run, gallop, …… .
  • rush
  • wander
  • hike
  • stretch
When the penguins …… out of their cages, we fed them with fish.
  • have all come
  • were finally let
  • have been allowed
  • are permitted
Which pair of words doesn't sound the same?
  • pens/pence
  • mist/missed
  • meat/meet
  • weight/wait
…… is a public holiday in the USA. It commemorates something that happened almost 400 years ago.
  • Thanksgiving
  • Remembrance Day
  • Easter Monday
  • Martin Luther King Day

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The girl on the right looks …… .
  • upset
  • surprised
  • happy
  • pleased
The two people in the background are …… .
  • enjoying a funny video
  • laughing at the girl
  • giving directions
  • asking for help
Which group of words can be used to describe the photo?
  • arm, handbag, disappointed
  • secret, bully, nest
  • unhappy, forehead, stand
  • point, laptop, cruel
The opposite of "pretty" is …… .
  • untidy
  • ugly
  • noisy
  • bright
Let me know what time your train arrives. I'll …… you up at the station.
  • pick
  • drive
  • get
  • take
They got a …… from the bank in order to buy a new house.
  • rent
  • loan
  • share
  • bill
A lot of people …… for the job because it was very well paid.
  • applied
  • demanded
  • required
  • raised
Find a name for this “family” of words: cut, sore, hurt, …… .
  • Making Clothes
  • Food Preparation
  • Health Problems
  • Making a Movie
Long Meadow …… .
  • belongs to the school
  • is used for school sports
  • is the name of the Harpers' house
  • is a village near the school
The school …… .
  • is as old as the Harpers' house
  • was built more than 50 years ago
  • has used Long Meadow for centuries
  • bought part of the Harpers' land
Mr Barnes knows that …… .
  • Long Meadow now belongs to a property developer
  • Sir Angus sold Long Meadow just before he died
  • it is probable that houses will be built next to the school
  • Sir Angus's widow wants to sell her house
Find the sentence that corresponds to information in the text.
  • The school is not prepared to pay for a place to play sports.
  • The Head Teacher wants to continue to use Long Meadow
  • Mr Barnes knows that an alternative to Long Meadow has to be found.
  • The school pays a very low rent for Long Meadow.
Come on, Tom, get into the car! What …… for?
  • are you waiting
  • do you look
  • have you got
  • don't you hurry
There's only one bedroom, so one of you …… to sleep on the sofa.
  • aren't going
  • won't
  • must
  • will have
Thanks for your present. It's the most beautiful bracelet I …… seen.
  • was already
  • have ever
  • have never
  • haven't yet
If you …… more time studying, you'd get better marks in class.
  • would take
  • spent
  • give
  • have had
The monkey has been found. No one knows how …… its cage at the zoo.
  • it escaped from
  • did it get out of
  • it has opened
  • has it unlocked
The man in the photo is …… .
  • trying to steal something
  • hiding an object in his trousers
  • putting something in his back pocket
  • repairing a hole in his jacket
He is thinking, “ I hope …… .”
  • they will miss me
  • they can put this away
  • I won't be noticed
  • I can afford this
Find the list of words that is associated with crime.
  • hold-up, burglar, pickpocket
  • robber, iron, drawer
  • bucket, murder, theft
  • prison, mirror, witness
Someone who leaves a store without paying is a “shop……”.
  • raiser
  • lifter
  • picker
  • stealer
Which of these sports is not one of the five most popular sports in the USA?
  • Baseball.
  • Cricket.
  • Basketball.
  • American football.
Most of the 53 members of the Commonwealth …… .
  • are British towns
  • are American states
  • were British colonies
  • are European countries
In the USA, …… not traditionally served at a Thanksgiving dinner.
  • pumpkin pie is
  • mashed potatoes are
  • roast turkey is
  • lemon jelly is
…… is a capital city and the name of a famous 19th century British general.
  • Churchill
  • Wellington
  • Nelson
  • Washington
A little boy has just offered to help an old lady across the road. What can she say to him?
  • “I don't care.”
  • “You can't help it.”
  • “How kind of you.”
  • “You're welcome.”
Rob's girlfriend is angry with him. He wants to phone her but you don't think it's a good idea. What can you say to him?
  • “Give her a ring.”
  • “I'd rather not.”
  • “Bad luck.”
  • “Better not.”
A woman tells you, “Your time's up”. What is the situation?
  • She is telling you that your watch doesn't work.
  • You have been doing a test and you must stop writing now.
  • She is telling you that the doctor can see you now.
  • You have just swum 100 metres faster than ever before.
Bill asks Alice, “How do you feel about going to a new school?” Alice feels very positive about it. What can she say?
  • “I'm looking forward to it.”
  • “Best wishes.”
  • “It's going to be a nightmare.”
  • “I honestly don't care.”
Someone tells you, “You can get ten pounds off if you book now.” What do you want to do?
  • Lose weight.
  • Sell an old book.
  • Reserve a plane ticket.
  • Become physically fit.
A man who was walking his dog found a gun near the crime scene and immediately …… to the police.
  • took it out
  • handed it over
  • gave it away
  • passed it round
Main, ache, great and …… all contain the same vowel sound.
  • dare
  • grey
  • wet
  • cheat
Which pair of words does not rhyme?
  • said/dead
  • hurt/flirt
  • caught/thought
  • shoot/put
“political” = o O o o. “politician” = …… .
  • O o o o
  • o O o o
  • o o O o
  • o o o O
What do we know about Edina J?
  • Her Canadian tour was cancelled.
  • Not many people go to her concerts.
  • She isn't often in the news.
  • She gave several concerts in Canada.
We also know that Edina J …… .
  • doesn't use social media
  • said she was too tired to complete her tour
  • never disappoints her fans
  • doesn't live in Canada
Edina J's fans …… .
  • think she has been resting since the weekend
  • aren't used to getting news about her
  • were almost sure she was going to cancel a concert
  • have just had some news about her on Twitter
The writer of this article …… .
  • saw Edina J in a Spanish club on Tuesday
  • suspects that Edina J hasn't been telling her fans the truth
  • knows why Edina J went to Spain
  • is worried about Edina J's boyfriend
If only we …… a dishwasher! I'm fed up with doing the washing-up.
  • can have
  • would have
  • had
  • have had
My feet are killing me. It's because I …… wearing high heels.
  • have never used
  • am not used to
  • don't use for
  • can't get used by
Your teeth aren't perfect. If you want to be a movie star, you should …… fixed …… .
  • make them …… as soon as possible
  • have a dentist …… them
  • get them …… by a dentist
  • have been …… them
They aren't going to supply us with any more components until …… their last bill.
  • we've paid
  • we'll pay
  • we will have paid
  • we've been paying
If someone tells you, “You're behaving like a …… ,” they mean that you are very careless and don't think before acting.
  • fish out of water
  • wolf in sheep's clothing
  • cat among the pigeons
  • bull in a china shop
In 1897, Bram Stoker wrote a book that became world famous. The main character was called …… .
  • Robinson Crusoe
  • Sherlock Holmes
  • Doctor Frankenstein
  • Count Dracula
Uluru is a popular tourist destination in Australia. What is it?
  • A traditional Aborigine village near Melbourne.
  • A beautiful waterfall that is sacred to the Aborigines.
  • A huge red rock in the desert.
  • A beach for surfers near Sydney.

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The people in the photo …… .
  • are looking at each other
  • don't seem worried
  • think something is very funny
  • look absolutely horrified
We can see that …… .
  • the man has fallen off his chair
  • a cup has just fallen over
  • the woman is hurt
  • there's coffee all over the desk
Which list of words can be associated with the photo?
  • disaster, backpack, problem
  • basket, files, damage
  • glasses, cloud, smartphone
  • accident, laptop, shelves
She …… in my ear so that no one else could hear.
  • shouted
  • whispered
  • hurried
  • parked
…… the room was completely dark, we couldn't see anything.
  • Since
  • Though
  • However
  • Therefore
Can I pay you next month? I'm a bit …… of money at the moment.
  • far
  • short
  • wide
  • hard
Doors, suitcases and frying pans have all got …… .
  • locks
  • covers
  • handles
  • drawings
Lucy was meant to meet me at 3pm but she didn't …… until 3,30.
  • show up
  • turn around
  • pass out
  • pull down
What do you know about Joanna?
  • She is head teacher at Kennerly High School.
  • She doesn't remember Marcus very well.
  • She didn’t use to teach geography.
  • She is going to present some prizes.
What do you know about Marcus?
  • When he was at school, Joanna was head teacher.
  • He wasn't very good at geography at school.
  • He left school three years ago.
  • His job has made him famous.
Joanna hopes Marcus will come to the school and …… .
  • win a prize
  • talk about his schooldays
  • give prizes to some schoolchildren
  • get a job at the BBC
The children will be excited to see Marcus because he …… .
  • is a celebrity who has had an exciting career
  • writes stories about his job at the BBC
  • is famous for making speeches
  • was one of the school's best students
Maggie doesn't love me any more, but I …… about her all the time.
  • am thinking
  • think
  • remember
  • can't believe
When the water ……, empty the pasta into it and cook for ten minutes.
  • boils
  • boiled
  • will boil
  • would boil
He closed all the windows because some workmen …… the road outside and, because of the noise, he couldn't hear the TV.
  • repaired
  • have repaired
  • were repairing
  • mended
You …… your friends for over an hour now. Why don't you talk to me instead?
  • have sent emails to
  • have been texting
  • wanted to email
  • may want to text
If he hadn't been driving so fast, he …… in time.
  • hadn't managed to stop
  • didn't have to stop
  • could have stopped
  • should stop
Find the list of words that can be used to describe the photo.
  • boxes, bring, argue
  • floor, shower, open
  • empty, carry, wood
  • hold, flight, wall
On the left, we can see a …… made of white bricks.
  • chimney
  • fireplace
  • heater
  • stove
Find the right title for this picture.
  • Delivering Envelopes
  • Presents for the Family
  • Moving Day
  • Packing the Cases
When the family have settled into their new home, they will probably have a …… party.
  • housewarming
  • homecoming
  • housesharing
  • homemaking
The …… was invented in the USA and was one of the first fast food dishes. It is a sort of sausage sandwich.
  • hamburger
  • brownie
  • hot dog
  • bagel
Which of these is not a state of the USA?
  • Arizona.
  • Louisiana.
  • Alberta.
  • Georgia.
The Pentagon (in Virginia, USA) is the headquarters of …… .
  • the US Department of Defense
  • the FBI
  • the CIA
  • Microsoft Corporation
Prohibition lasted from 1920 to 1933 in the USA. During that time, it was forbidden …… .
  • to be a member of the Communist Party
  • to kiss for more than 5 seconds in a movie
  • to buy and sell alcoholic drinks
  • to go on strike
You are a guest at Harry's birthday party. You are leaving. What can you say to Harry?
  • “Thanks for coming.”
  • “You were very welcome.”
  • “I didn't mind it at all.”
  • “Thank you for having me.”
At the seaside, Paul says to his friends, “Let's get some ice-creams!” None of his friends have any money, so he offers to pay. What can he say?
  • “It isn't up to you.”
  • “I can manage it for you.”
  • “They're on me.”
  • “It's a waste of money.”
At dinner, your mother asks you if you'd like some more chips. They're very good but you aren't hungry any more, so you say, “No thanks, …… .”
  • I'm fed up
  • I can't take any more
  • I really couldn't
  • I'm not too keen on them
Mr Wilson phones Mr Carey, and asks him to come and help him move a piece of heavy furniture. Mr Carey is busy. What can he say to Mr Wilson?
  • “I'm afraid it won't take long enough.”
  • “I can't spare the time right now.”
  • “I'm sorry but my time's up.”
  • “Sorry, but I'm reserved.”
In a London theatre, you hear a woman talking about one of the actors. She says, “He's over the hill now.” She means that he …… .
  • isn't as good as he used to be because he's getting too old
  • doesn't usually work in London because he lives in the USA
  • is soon going to be a big star
  • has finally become successful
A woman is making a complaint. She says, “The lid doesn't screw on properly and it leaks.” What is she talking about?
  • An umbrella.
  • A radiator.
  • A washing machine.
  • A vacuum flask.
Complete the list: higher, fire, buyer, …… .
  • worrier
  • liar
  • lawyer
  • diver
“Receipt” rhymes with “……”.
  • accept
  • straight
  • recite
  • delete
“Impossible” = o O o o. “Democratic” = …… .
  • O o o o
  • o O o o
  • o o O o
  • o o o O
These comments are about …… .
  • a hotel in a city centre
  • an old hotel in the countryside
  • a hotel that opened earlier this year
  • an English country hotel
How might Jane have described the hotel?
  • Inexperienced staff, amazing food, attractive room.
  • Old-fashioned, competent staff, comfortable.
  • Friendly staff, noisy, well-situated.
  • Nice food, luxurious, quiet.
Find the sentence that isn't true.
  • Peter's main complaint was that there was nothing to do in the evenings.
  • Neither Peter nor Jane were happy with the service, the rooms or the food.
  • Peter's remarks about the staff were rather insulting.
  • Before she arrived, Jane wasn't aware that the hotel was being renovated.
What happened between August 2017 and April 2018?
  • The hotel was rebuilt and the quality of the food was improved.
  • The staff were retrained and the hotel was modernised.
  • The hotel had a make-over and new staff were taken on.
  • Nothing was done to the rooms but some young people joined the staff.
It's very expensive. Would you consider …… if I pay cash?
  • reducing the price
  • to lower the cost
  • accept less
  • for a cheaper one
By the time I …… university, scientists think global warming …… increase of 0.1°C in world temperatures.