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Caroline and her …… have got three children.
  • husband
  • men
  • wife
  • home
In the picture, there is a …… on the left.
  • door
  • chair
  • table
  • cup
This is the River Thames in London. The Thames is very …… .
  • tall
  • water
  • easy
  • long
Find the list of words you can associate with this picture.
  • hamburger, choose, hill
  • ice cream, chips, cap
  • shirt, pencil, food
  • smile, fast, chair
Choose the right title for this picture.
  • Disappointing news
  • A boring video
  • A huge surprise
  • Some terrible results
The children in this picture are …… .
  • in a classroom
  • in a shop
  • in a garden
  • in the street
The children have all got …… .
  • ties on
  • very short hair
  • brown hair
  • sad faces
The boy on the left is …… .
  • smiling at the camera
  • looking at his friends
  • sitting between two girls
  • wearing a blue shirt
What are Twizzers?
  • Sweets.
  • Smartphones.
  • Clothes.
  • Toys.
What does the web page say about Twizzers?
  • They're cheap and delicious.
  • There are thousands of Twizzers in a packet.
  • They are very popular.
  • They are good for you.
To enter this competition, you must …… .
  • live in England
  • write a letter to Twizzers
  • send your answer by email
  • be eighteen
Which sentence can win the competition?
  • Children love Twizzers because they are really fun to eat.
  • Kids like Twizzers because they are colourful and cool!
  • Twizzers are children's favourite sweets because they are absolutely delicious.
  • My mum, dad, gran and grandad all love Twizzers!
“…… Jennifer …… a new phone?” “Yes, and she loves it!”
  • Has … got
  • Is … have
  • Have … got
  • Is … got
The teacher is saying: “Now …… your books at page 10 and read the text.”
  • sit
  • close
  • open
  • listen
Jack and Maya always …… to school by bus.
  • walk
  • take
  • go
  • run
I …… play football today because I'm ill.
  • don’t want
  • don't like
  • am not
  • can't
“What …… lunch today, Mum?” “Ham and salad. Is that OK?”
  • do you cook for
  • have you got
  • are we having for
  • we have for
“What …… ?” “She's a doctor.”
  • does she do
  • is she making
  • does this woman work
  • job does she
Cats have got four …… .
  • heads
  • eyes
  • mouths
  • legs
Ten + eleven = ……
  • thirteen
  • twenty-four
  • twenty-one
  • thirty-two
Find the word that is NOT associated with money.
  • cash
  • banknote
  • coin
  • sail
There …… orange juice in the fridge.
  • isn't any
  • hasn't any
  • gives no
  • aren't any bottles
Listen. What's the word?
  • thin
  • sings
  • thinks
  • things
Listen. This word rhymes with “……”.
  • life
  • drive
  • wife
  • give
Listen and complete the “family” of words.
  • flat
  • square
  • roof
  • suit
  • Dublin
  • England
  • London
  • Edinburgh
  • Robin Hood's.
  • Jack Sparrow's.
  • King Arthur's.
  • Sherlock Holmes's.
  • Cricket.
  • Rugby.
  • Baseball.
  • Football.
It's in London and it's almost 1,000 years old. What is it?
  • Edinburgh Castle.
  • The Tower of London.
  • The London Eye.
  • Big Ben.
Listen. What can you answer?
  • “Very nice.”
  • “It's good.”
  • “Fine, thanks.”
  • “At school.”
Listen. What can Luke say now?
  • “Don't worry.”
  • “You're welcome.”
  • “Well done.”
  • “Nice to meet you.”
  • Her new coat.
  • Her house.
  • The weather.
  • A cup of coffee.
Listen. What can you ask Tim?
  • “Why is he laughing, Tim?”
  • “What's so funny, Tim?”
  • “Tim, why are you sad?”
  • “Do you like Tim?”
  • “Run out!”
  • “Take out!”
  • “Look out!”
  • “Come out!”
Listen. What time is it?
  • 12.15
  • 1.51
  • 12.55
  • 1.05
Listen. Where are they?
  • At a train station.
  • In a bus.
  • At a bus stop.
  • In a taxi.
Listen. What can Bill say now? He's disappointed.
  • "I'm very worried."
  • "What a pity!"
  • "Well done."
  • "You're welcome."
Listen. What else can the man say?
  • “My coffee is too hot.”
  • “It doesn't work.”
  • “It isn't making anything.”
  • “There's nothing here.”
Listen. Imagine what Tanya says now.
  • “I don't like the colour.”
  • “It's much too big for me.”
  • “It's expensive.”
  • “The style isn't very nice.”
Listen. Find the true sentence.
  • Mark is doing his homework.
  • Mark hates computer games.
  • Mark can't finish his game.
  • Mark is going to help his mother.
Listen. Find the word that rhymes.
  • worry
  • marry
  • sorry
  • lorry
John is …… a word in a dictionary because he doesn't know what it means.
  • finding out
  • picking up
  • looking up
  • searching in
Carl is very good at English. He …… mistakes.
  • doesn't often make
  • rarely has
  • never does any
  • isn't making
Listen and find the true sentence.
  • Anna is going to ask her parents to dinner.
  • Anna is going to get wet if she leaves now.
  • Anna must phone her parents after dinner.
  • Anna's umbrella is broken.
  • 5th November.
  • 24th December.
  • 1st May.
  • 2nd January.

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The woman in this picture is wearing …… .
  • a brown jacket
  • a problem
  • a map
  • a bag
John is in the bathroom. He's having a …… .
  • sweater
  • shower
  • painting
  • water
Tom must …… up. He's late for school!
  • find
  • run
  • hurry
  • work
In a city, an open area like this is called a …… . There are buildings on all sides of it.
  • place
  • round
  • forest
  • square
Find the list of words you can associate with this picture.
  • quiet, traffic, lights
  • advertisements, bright, shows
  • signs, evening, empty
  • busy, fields, theatres
Look at all the …… plates!
  • dirty
  • clean
  • noisy
  • clever
We can see that no one did …… after dinner.
  • the dishes
  • make tidy
  • the plates clean
  • any homework
Find the list of things that you normally find in a kitchen.
  • a storm, a fridge, a teapot
  • knives, pans, a wardrobe
  • flour, an oven, a sink
  • rice, a baker, oil
This text is from …… .
  • a website
  • a postcard
  • a local paper
  • a letter
How many people went on the trip?
  • Twenty-two.
  • Twenty-four.
  • Ten.
  • Thirty-three.
The Avon is …… .
  • a place near Warwick
  • the name of a river
  • a famous monument
  • a small bus
Find the sentence that is DEFINITELY true.
  • The trip was on a Saturday in April.
  • The weather was better in the afternoon than in the morning.
  • Greg didn't take any photos of the trip.
  • Greg is looking for people who can take photos.
I often …… lunch in the school cafeteria.
  • eats
  • drink
  • have
  • is having
We're …… to visit Ireland in the summer.
  • going
  • went
  • want
  • can
I was frightened because I …… a spider in the bath.
  • can see
  • see
  • sent
  • saw
A lion is …… a mouse.
  • big as
  • bigger than
  • more dangerous
  • faster
Would you …… ice cream with your apple pie?
  • like a
  • want a
  • like some
  • to have
If she takes her medicine every day, she …… very quickly.
  • will get better
  • going to feel better
  • is getting strong
  • feels much better
…… is my favourite colour.
  • Grey
  • Read
  • Violin
  • Write
The …… is part of a computer.
  • building
  • watch
  • keyboard
  • chest
What can you see in the picture?
  • sugar, oranges, a cup
  • cornflakes, juice, a fork
  • sausages, a glass, milk
  • coffee, eggs, a spoon
If you look …… this telescope, you can see the stars.
  • across
  • over
  • through
  • out of
Listen. What's the word?
  • boot
  • but
  • bought
  • boat
Listen. The two words rhyme. Find the two words that don't rhyme.
  • try, high
  • eight, late
  • friend, send
  • low, how
Listen and complete this “family” of words.
  • shout
  • frighten
  • enjoy
  • amuse
  • In the south.
  • In the east.
  • In the north.
  • In the west.
  • Edinburgh.
  • New York.
  • Dover.
  • Belfast.
  • The London Eye.
  • Big Ben.
  • Wembley Stadium.
  • The Tower of London.
  • The Submarine.
  • The Tunnel.
  • The Tube.
  • The Metro.
Listen. What can you say to your friend?
  • "Be careful."
  • "Don't worry."
  • "I'm very sorry."
  • "Enjoy your trip."
Listen and find the right message to write on the card.
  • “Well done.”
  • “Good luck.”
  • “Happy Easter.”
  • “Best wishes.”
  • “Turn it off!”
  • “Switch it on!”
  • “Put it out!”
  • “Close it down!”
Listen. What can you say to the old man?
  • “Can you sit down?”
  • “Do you want to get off?”
  • “Please have my seat.”
  • “I can give you a hand.”
  • A television programme.
  • A bus.
  • The moon.
  • A friend's 16th birthday party.
Listen and finish the man's sentence.
  • “…I'd like to buy it, please.”
  • “…can I change it, please?”
  • “…can I put it on?”
  • “…I need some money.”
What can you say about Lucy?
  • Helen's mother knows her.
  • She doesn't go to Helen's school.
  • She lives very near Helen.
  • She and Helen are old friends.
Listen. What are they doing?
  • They're shopping on the internet and want to pay.
  • They're in a car park and want to leave.
  • They want to cross a street.
  • They want to go into a museum.
Listen. Emma agrees with Paul, so what can she say now?
  • “Yes, I think.”
  • “I am too.”
  • “So do I.”
  • “That's mine too.”
Listen. What's the man's job?
  • A mechanic.
  • A dry cleaner.
  • A hairdresser.
  • An optician.
Listen and find the true sentence.
  • Phil got 50% in his chemistry exam.
  • Phil usually gets good marks in chemistry and physics.
  • Phil's father is very angry because of Phil's results.
  • Next term, Phil isn't going to study science.
Listen. Find a title for this “family” of words.
  • Holiday activities
  • Things to do in the snow
  • Home hobbies
  • Games and sports
“I'm sorry,” this woman is saying. “The restaurant is full …… tables left at all.”
  • booked. We haven't got any
  • of people. All the
  • up. There are no
  • up tonight. None of the
This is a road sign in the USA. How far is it to Las Vegas?
  • Less than 19 kilometres.
  • About 10 kilometres.
  • More than 40 kilometres.
  • About 30 kilometres.
Listen and find the sentence that certainly is NOT true.
  • Kevin's father is going to get a nice surprise.
  • Kevin has got a birthday present for his father.
  • Kevin is going to hide something in a wardrobe.
  • Kevin and his mother want to surprise someone.
I …… the piano when my phone rang, so I didn't hear it.
  • played
  • was playing
  • listened to
  • did play

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What can you see in the picture? Find the correct group of words.
  • shirt, plate, smile
  • kitchen, flower, table
  • window, arm, sofa
  • knife, hair, cap
Our flat is on the second …… of this building.
  • street
  • stair
  • stand
  • floor
Jason is not very …… at chemistry.
  • interested
  • keen
  • good
  • work hard
20 years after this London power station stopped …… electricity, it became the Tate Modern art museum.
  • to produce
  • from producing
  • producing
  • for making
The politician invited the whole village to the meeting but only twenty people …… up.
  • took
  • turned
  • ran
  • brought
This young man is …… .
  • sitting in an armchair
  • lying down
  • looking in a shop window
  • standing on his bed
He is looking for a restaurant that will …… to his door.
  • deliver a pizza
  • make pizzas
  • take a pizza away
  • take out a pizza
Find the list of words you can associate with the picture.
  • glasses, T-shirt, thumb
  • ruler, sofa, tablet
  • finger, Wi-Fi, carpet
  • hungry, menu, skirt
Find the right adjective to describe the news in this article.
  • tragic
  • sad
  • great
  • exciting
What is the subject of the text?
  • A bakery has closed.
  • A popular shop is going to close.
  • A hypermarket has just opened.
  • A new shop is going to open next Saturday.
What does the article tell us about the Franklyns?
  • They are brother and sister.
  • They don't like living in this town.
  • Their shop is not very well known.
  • People like their bread very much.
What is NOT one of the reasons for the Franklyns' decision?
  • They don't have as many customers as in the past.
  • They can't sell bread as cheaply as the hypermarket.
  • They feel betrayed by their customers.
  • At their age, they don't want to work so hard.
This PE teacher is saying, “…… you …… your sports kit, Leo?”
  • Where did … forget
  • Why haven’t … got
  • Who did … give
  • When are … having
…… many people at the swimming pool yesterday?
  • Were there
  • Was it
  • Did it have
  • How
It's 5 o'clock. The classroom is empty because the students …… home at 4 o'clock.
  • are going
  • went
  • have gone
  • left to
I …… scared of snakes …… the first time I saw one.
  • have been … for
  • was … ever
  • am … since
  • have been … since
Her first video …… 15,000 people on YouTube!
  • was choosing for
  • is watched from
  • been liked by
  • was seen by
When our teacher noticed the smoke, she …… leave the classroom as quickly as possible.
  • said that we
  • wanted everyone
  • told us to
  • will have to
Philip, could you …… me my glasses, please?
  • bring
  • carry
  • take
  • borrow
What does this picture show?
  • Thick fog.
  • Heavy traffic.
  • High clouds.
  • Large wings.
Choose a name for this “family” of words: collar, tail, basket.
  • Shopping
  • Dogs
  • Clothes
  • Planes
This sign means “…… the grass”.
  • Keep off
  • Walk out of
  • Go away from
  • Don't step
Listen. What does this word rhyme with?
  • own
  • moon
  • one
  • brown
Listen and find the word with the same vowel sound.
  • love
  • coat
  • corn
  • doll
Listen to the sentence. Which group of words can you hear?
  • has never
  • ever written
  • no one of
  • them has ever
  • Sydney.
  • Edinburgh.
  • London.
  • Dublin.
  • John F. Kennedy.
  • George Washington.
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt.
  • Abraham Lincoln.
  • Fish and chips.
  • Hot dogs.
  • Black taxis.
  • Aborigines.
  • Uncle Sam.
  • Colonel Sanders.
  • General Lee.
  • Captain America.
Listen. What can you ask the waiter?
  • "Can I have the bill, please?"
  • "Is there any money left?"
  • "How much have you got?"
  • "Where is the cash?"
Listen. What can you say to Janet?
  • "You must break it."
  • "You need a rest."
  • "There is a pause."
  • "Take your time."
  • "Have a nice time."
  • "Don't come back late."
  • "You'll have to hurry."
  • "It won't last long."
Listen. What can Mr Watson say to explain the problem to his wife?
  • "This is a bad road."
  • "I've taken the wrong road."
  • "We mustn't go home."
  • "I miss our house."
  • "... it'll soon be over."
  • "... it doesn't hurt very much."
  • "... it's a waste of time."
  • "... you can't help it."
Listen. Who's the woman talking to?
  • A taxi driver.
  • A shop assistant.
  • Her husband.
  • A bus driver.
Listen. What can you say about Jim?
  • He has forgotten a phone number.
  • He is at home at the moment.
  • He is very near Rachel's house.
  • He lives at number 25.
Listen. Stephanie understands the problem and her call isn't important. What can she say?
  • "OK. Hold on."
  • "I don't care if you're busy."
  • "Never mind."
  • "You're welcome."
Listen. What can the boy say now?
  • "Can I have your autograph, Adele?"
  • "I can see why. You look just like her."
  • "I knew I was right."
  • "It's so exciting to meet you."
Listen. What is Sarah's problem?
  • She has got a hole in her skirt.
  • She has cut her hand.
  • There's a stain on her jeans.
  • She has damaged her phone.
Listen to the conversation at the train station. Which sentence is true?
  • The woman's ticket is going to cost £25.
  • It's 8.30 in the morning.
  • The woman is going to pay £18 to go to Manchester.
  • The woman is going to be late for her appointment.
Listen. The “ed” of this word sounds like the “ed” of one of following words. Which one?
  • listened
  • watched
  • washed
  • painted
The lamp …… in the post on Tuesday doesn't work. Could you change it, please?
  • that you've sent
  • that I was having
  • I got
  • which sent
The American national anthem is called …… .
  • “Land Of The Free”
  • “The Star-Spangled Banner”
  • “The Stars And Stripes”
  • “Lady Liberty”
Listen. What is the man talking about?
  • Tolls.
  • Taxes.
  • Fares.
  • Fines.
This is Rob's room. He only tidies it …… . That means he almost never tidies it!
  • every 31st of the month
  • once in a blue moon
  • when the stars don't shine
  • if money grows on trees

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The girl on the left has just realised that …… .
  • she has lost her keys
  • she doesn't have enough cash
  • she can't find her purse
  • her basket is empty
Find the list of words that you can associate with this picture.
  • seat, painting, race
  • gallery, admire, frame
  • watercolour, dive, exhibition
  • masterpiece, museum, bean
J. K. Rowling is a very popular writer. She …… a lot of money from her books.
  • wins
  • gains
  • earns
  • builds
Brighton is a popular seaside …… on the south coast of England.
  • station
  • suburb
  • resort
  • estate
Before air travel became cheaper, …… to be so many foreign visitors in London.
  • it wasn't able
  • I didn't notice
  • there didn't use
  • it hasn't had
The man on the right is …… .
  • disappointed
  • delighted
  • upset
  • desperate
The man on the left …… .
  • has got his arms crossed
  • is staring at the screen
  • is sitting on the edge of the table
  • can't bear to watch
Find the list of words you can associate with the picture.
  • bowl, supporter, cushion
  • glasses, exciting, kneel
  • team, goal, parcel
  • ceiling, score, lose
"Bring Him Back" is …… .
  • a new book by a popular author
  • a historical novel
  • about a farmer and his son
  • by an unknown writer
What do we know about Sandy?
  • She has grown up in an American city.
  • Her mother's death changed her father.
  • Her father left home after a family tragedy.
  • She has a lot of friends at school.
What do we know about Jason?
  • He ran away from home.
  • His kidnappers originate from another planet.
  • He met some strangers from another state.
  • Sandy is his only friend.
Find the sentence about Greenaway that is NOT true.
  • He didn't intend the book to be funny.
  • In this book, his usual readers won't find what they're expecting.
  • People who like his books enjoy romantic fiction.
  • He wrote this high-school romance because his other books aren't successful.
“Your sister's got a new hairstyle, …… ?”
  • isn't it
  • does she
  • hasn't she
  • has he
I want to go abroad for a holiday but I …… decided where …… .
  • never … going
  • didn't … already
  • don't … yet
  • haven't … yet
The curtains were closed so I couldn't see what …… outside.
  • was the weather is like
  • has happened
  • was happening
  • were they doing
You'd get better results at school if you …… so much time playing video games.
  • aren't spending
  • haven't spent
  • didn't spend
  • don't spend
“I thought he was a burglar,” she said, “because I saw …… through an open window.”
  • him trying to climb in
  • getting him into the flat
  • him to enter the house
  • that he has climbed
The doctor told David's mother that she couldn't …… until he was 12 months old.
  • get David to have been vaccinated
  • have been vaccinating David
  • have vaccinated David
  • have David vaccinated
How do you say “willbrowne@mymail.com”?
  • “Will Browne at my mail dot com.”
  • “Will Browne at my mail point com.”
  • “Will Browne by my mail dot com.”
  • “Will Browne at my mail stop com.”
You really must stop …… meals. You'll get fat!
  • eating between
  • to have any
  • cook unhealthy
  • from having enormous
This boy is going on holiday today with his family. He's probably thinking, “Will everything …… in the car?”
  • match
  • suit
  • fit
  • pass
Spray your plants with this product and it will …… any insects.
  • remove them from
  • get rid of
  • make ends of
  • keep them off from
Listen. Find the word with the same “th" sound as the word you hear.
  • earth
  • mother
  • the
  • these
Listen and complete the series.
  • thief
  • tyre
  • plastic
  • tree
Listen. Which group of words can you hear?
  • mind dropping
  • cut off at
  • robbing this coat
  • drop in this
  • Winston Churchill.
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt.
  • Lord Nelson.
  • Charles Dickens.
  • Gas.
  • Coal.
  • Fuel.
  • Spirits.
  • The United States.
  • Canada.
  • Australia.
  • India.
  • In Nevada.
  • In Oklahoma.
  • In Colorado.
  • In Arizona.
Listen. What did you say to Mrs Andrews before she answered?
  • "Thank you."
  • "Please help yourself."
  • "What a beautiful dress!"
  • "It doesn't matter."
Listen. What can you say to the man?
  • "Excuse me, please."
  • "Please let me in."
  • "I'm terribly sorry."
  • "Do you move?"
  • “Don't save your money.”
  • “You'll never regret buying it.”
  • “It's a waste of money.”
  • “It's a bargain.”
Listen. When William asks Stacie if she likes the bracelet, what can she say?
  • “You bet!”
  • “It's really awful!”
  • “No way!”
  • “It's a pleasure!”
  • “I'm mad about her.”
  • “She winds me up.”
  • “I really fancy her.”
  • “When I see her, I go weak at the knees.”
Listen. What's Brian's problem?
  • He hasn't got any money.
  • His parents won't let him go out.
  • He doesn't feel very well.
  • He's feeling very sad.
Listen. Who is the woman phoning?
  • Her hairdresser.
  • Her dentist.
  • Her bank.
  • Her assistant.
Listen. What can you say about the man and the woman?
  • They're playing a card game.
  • It's late and the man thinks the woman should go to bed now.
  • The woman's train is leaving soon.
  • They're in a car and have stopped at the traffic lights. The lights have just turned green.
Listen. The girl refuses the offer. What can she say?
  • “I can manage, thanks.”
  • “I'd be very grateful.”
  • “No thank you. I really don't care.”
  • “I don't mind if you do.”
Listen. What does the girl mean?
  • Rob always compliments her and makes her feel wonderful.
  • Rob buys her a lot of very expensive presents.
  • She thinks Rob is strange and a bit scary.
  • Rob makes her laugh a lot because he makes a lot of jokes.
Listen to the conversation at a party. Find the true sentence.
  • Laurie has had a big argument with Sam this evening.
  • Karen has told no one that she is Sam's girlfriend.
  • Carole knows that Karen and Sam aren't going out together.
  • Laurie hasn't shown up at the party yet.
Listen. What is the historical event that the woman is talking about?
  • The signing of the Declaration of Independence.
  • The final battle of the American Civil War.
  • The inauguration of the first US president.
  • The arrival of the first colonists in Pennsylvania.
“It's time ……, Dad,” said John to his father.
  • you learn to cook
  • that you're learning cooking
  • you learned how to cook
  • you've been learning to cook
Find the equivalent of the expression “They get on like a house on fire.”
  • They have become good friends in a very short time.
  • When they work together, they work very quickly.
  • They don't like each other at all.
  • They always talk very loudly in public.
Listen and find the right ending for the sentence.
  • "... I wouldn't have worn a sweater."
  • "... I couldn't have turned off the heating."
  • "... I might have something cold to drink."
  • "... I had taken off my coat."
They …… this old building for over two years now and it's going to be another two years before it's finished.
  • have cleaned the front of
  • have been restoring
  • rebuilt most of
  • began restoration work on