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Language for life
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Autore Ben Wetz
Materia Inglese
Volume B1
Editore Oxford University Press
ISBN 9780194606363
Anno 2017
Scuola Secondaria di II grado
Classe Seconda

Pag. 7

Es. 3

1. Play 2. Have 3. Do 4.Go 5. Meet 6. Go 7. Watch 8. Go 9. Stay 10. Watch 11. Do 12. Play 13. Use 14. Go 15. Go 16. Go 17. Cook 18. Listen 19. Draw 20. Make

Es. 4

Creative activities: Cook a meal, play two musical instruments, have music lessons, go to a dance class, draw cartoons, make things Phisical activities: do sports, go to a dance class, do martial arts. Social activities: meet my friends, go out with my boyfriend, go out for a pizza. Screen-based activities: watch TV, play video games, go online, watch videos, use social media.

Pag. 8

Es. 3

Screen time prevents real-life experiences = Caroline;
It’s important to limit screen time = education experts;
Screen time offers a lot of possibilities = Matt;
Screen time affects exam results = Cambridge University researchers;
Screen time is part of life = Ashley.

Es. 5

Watch + moving images, use + tools, listen to + sounds, go out for + things not at home, meet + people, draw + images.

Es. 6

1. Listens to 2. Go out for 3. Draw 4. Watches 5. Meets 6. Use

Pag. 9

Es. 7

-s, do, base form, before, after.

Es. 8

1. Ever 2. Do 3. Doesn't 4. Does 5. Never

Es. 9

1. Do you usually spend 2. Don't know / never count / always go 3. Do you use 4. Yes, I do / play /lives / is always / often plays.

Pag. 10

Es. 4

A. 4, B. X, C. 1, D. X, E. 3, F. 2.

Es. 5

1. F, 2. F, 3. V, 4. V, 5. F, 6. V.

Pag. 11

Es. 7

Temporary

Es. 8

  1. Isn't doing, 's sending
  2. 'm not reading,'s using
  3. Isn't making, is watching
  4. Aren't looking, are doing
  5. Are playing, are studying
  6. Aren't coming, are visiting.

Es. 9

  1. Are you listening to your teacher?
  2. What is the teacher doing?
  3. Is the person next to you speaking?
  4. Are you sitting near a window?
  5. Are the people in your class talking?
  6. What are you thinking about?

Es. 10

1. PAST CONTINUOUS, 2. PAST SIMPLE.

Es. 11

1. are you doing 2. 'm watching 3. 's 4. 's 5. love 6. explain 7. 's she doing 8. 's making 9. 's using 10. recycles 11. does she post 12. don't watch

Pag. 12

Es. 4

1. d, 2. b, 3. a, 4. c.

Pag. 13

Es. 3

1. isn't 2. clicks on a link 3. doesn't give 4. gives William 5. follows

Es. 4

  1. change often
  2. delete it if it’s from a stranger
  3. close the pop-up immediately
  4. both a and b
  5. not give any personal informations.

Pag. 17

Es. 4

Painful, helpful, successful, useful, careful.

Es. 6

were, wasn't

Es. 7

1. wasn't 2. was 3. were 4. was 5. there wasn't 6. There were

Es. 8

+ -ed; - didn't

Es. 9

1. Write / wrote 2. eat / ate 3. run / ran 4. speak / spoke 5. sit / sat 6. sing / sang 7. break / broke 8. begin / began

Pag. 18

Es. 2

Positive: rich, priviliged, fascinating. Negative: hard, dangerous, poor, dirty, violent. Neutral: demanding.

Es. 4

1. Thirty-five years, 2. Half, 3. Three or four, 4. Seven, 5. Winter, 6. Priviliged, 7. Religion, 8. Maths, 9. Twelve.

Pag. 19

Es. 6

1. Were, 2. Was, 3. Weren't, 4. Did, 5. Did

Es. 7

  1. Did you live
  2. Did you meet
  3. Did your family watch TV
  4. Were you
  5. Did you do
  6. Did you meet
  7. Was your mum
  8. Did you get home
  9. Were you
  10. Did you do

Es. 9

  1. est
  2. ier
  3. more
  4. most

Es. 10

  1. younger
  2. the most expensive
  3. the best
  4. more exciting
  5. easier
  6. the tallest
  7. the craziest
  8. more interesting
  9. the most comfortable
  10. dirtier
  11. the strictest

Pag.20

Es. 4

  1. were they
  2. isn't she
  3. doesn't he
  4. do you
  5. didn't she
  6. are you
  7. did they
  8. wasn't it

Pag. 21

Es. 2

Es. 3

2.✅ 3.✅ 4.✅ 5.✅ 7.✅

Pag. 22

Es. 3

  1. England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, Wale
  2. six
  3. Pyongyang, North Korea
  4. 23.77m
  5. The Tour de France
  6. judoka
  7. athletics
  8. It's a goal and the match continues!

Es. 4

teams→People, championship→Events, players→People, volleyball→Sports, stadium→Places, spectators→People, court→Places, race→Events, competitor→People, match→Events, track→Places, athletic→Sports, football→Sports, referee→People, pitch→Places

Es. 5

skiing→Sports, tournament→Events, cycling→Sports, pool→Places, fan→People, gymnastics→Sports, swimming→Sports, runner-up→People

Pag. 24

Es. 1

1. 1992 2. during 3. was 4. father 5. attitude

Es. 2

  1. c
  2. d
  3. a
  4. f
  5. g
  6. b

Es. 4

  1. carried on
  2. let go
  3. get on
  4. give up
  5. dropped out
  6. set off
  7. take part
  8. broke down

Pag. 25

Es. 5

  1. carry on
  2. broke down
  3. get on
  4. set off
  5. let go of
  6. take part in
  7. dropped out
  8. give up

Es. 6

1. were 2. actions

Es. 7

  1. was competing
  2. wasn't winning
  3. was doing
  4. was hoping
  5. was blowing
  6. was moving
  7. was holding
  8. were carrying
  9. weren't calling
  10. wasn't thinking

Es. 8

  1. Was he winning
  2. was he hoping
  3. Was the wind blowing
  4. were holding onto
  5. Were they calling

Pag. 26

Es. 1

shoots - kicks - scores - achieves - wins - competes - cheats

Es. 3

  1. A, C
  2. gymnastics

Pag. 27

Es. 5

1. continuous 2. simple 3. simple 4. continuous

Es. 6

  1. She had an accident while she was skiing.
  2. Journalists were talking photos when she shot at the goal.
  3. I was doing my homework when they arrived.
  4. When we went to London we watched a match at Wembley Stadium.
  5. I was swimming while my friends were playing tennis.
  6. My parents weren't sleeping when I got home late.

Es. 8

1. ly 2. ily 3. after

Es. 9

  1. You play hockey well.
  2. They ate their lunch hungrily.
  3. Concentrate on the goal and shoot carefully.
  4. The children are sleeping peacefully.
  5. Jack always trains hard.
  6. She won the race easily.
  7. It was early, so we walked to school slowly.

Pag. 29

Es. 3

  1. T
  2. F
  3. F
  4. T
  5. T

Es. 4

  1. If a runner is arriving last in a race but carries on, a good captain waits patiently
  2. When the team win, a good captain celebrates happily
  3. If a player gives up because she’s losing, a good captain protests angrily
  4. If a player wants to drop out of the team, a good captain accepts reluctantly
  5. If a player wants to speak about a personal problem, a good captain listens carefully

Pag. 30

Es. 1

'm not doing, 're doing, 're creating, are, think, don't like, 've got, check, don't update, prefer, are making, 're getting.

Es. 2

  1. What's Chiara doing this week?
  2. Do Chiara's friends like social media?
  3. Is Chiara enjoying the project?
  4. How often does Chiara use Facebook?
  5. What type of activities does Chiara prefer?
  6. What are Chiara and Marc doing at the moment?
  7. Who are Chiara and Marc getting help from?

Es. 3

  1. ✔️

Es. 4

  1. Were you sleeping when Maria arrived?
  2. Did I call while you were watching TV?
  3. Peter was listening to music when his MP3 broke.
  4. The teacher looked at Marissa while she was cheating.
  5. I wasn’t looking when we scored.
  6. The player didn’t catch the ball while she was running

Es. 5

  1. We usually speak to our teacher politely.
  2. Do Manchester United always beat Chelsea easily?
  3. I never study hard.
  4. Last night Maria sang beautifully.
  5. Marco plays tennis terribly.
  6. Does David usually write quickly?

Es. 6

  1. Are you enjoying
  2. 'm writing
  3. 'm
  4. come
  5. usually win
  6. aren't doing
  7. well
  8. felt
  9. bad
  10. was
  11. slower
  12. than
  13. didn't win
  14. was
  15. best
  16. were cycling
  17. fast
  18. fell
  19. didn't see
  20. hit
  21. fell
  22. broke
  23. hurt
  24. 're competing
  25. more

Pag. 31

Es. 7

  1. use
  2. update
  3. beat
  4. referee
  5. enjoyable
  6. swimming
  7. basketball

Es. 8

  1. change
  2. post
  3. partner
  4. team
  5. get
  6. cruel
  7. privileged
  8. room

Es. 9

  1. off
  2. a text,an email
  3. married,divorced
  4. make,cook
  5. moving
  6. zero,nil
  7. up
  8. up

Es. 10

  1. Do you often use message boards?
  2. What do you like doing in your free time?
  3. How much sport are you doing these days?
  4. Were you watching TV at 8.30 yesterday?
  5. What were you doing when this lesson started?
  6. Was there a computer in your house when you were a child?
  7. Who is the best student in your class?
  8. What is the most interesting city in Italy?

Pag. 34

Es. 1

  1. memory
  2. nose
  3. taste

Es. 2

  1. F
  2. T
  3. F
  4. F
  5. F
  6. F

Es. 4

  1. soundless
  2. colourless
  3. careless
  4. tasteless

Es. 5

  1. useless
  2. restless
  3. homeless
  4. thoughtless
  5. endless
  6. painless

Pag. 35

Es. 6

  1. without
  2. have
  3. have
  4. -ed
  5. questions
  6. positive

Es. 7

  1. haven't seen
  2. 've never tried
  3. 've listened
  4. hasn't begun,hasn't begun.
  5. 's bought

Es. 8

  1. Have you ever eaten Mexican food?
  2. What have you bought?
  3. Have you ever had a dog?
  4. How many people has he invited?
  5. Has the film finished?

Pag. 36

Es. 1

  1. fascinating
  2. furious
  3. amazing
  4. delicious
  5. hideous
  6. miserable
  7. terrifying
  8. awful
  9. exhausted
  10. gorgeous

Es. 3

A 4
B 1
C 2
D 3

Es. 5

  1. two
  2. beautiful,
  3. 100
  4. Singapore
  5. they smell bad
  6. yesterday

Pag. 37

Es. 6

  1. been
  2. gone

Es. 7

  1. been
  2. gone
  3. been
  4. been
  5. gone
  6. been
  7. gone

Es. 8

  1. PP
  2. PS
  3. PS
  4. PP
  5. PS
  6. PS
  7. PP
  8. PS
  9. PS

Es. 9

  1. didn’t see
  2. Have you been
  3. went
  4. Did you enjoy
  5. Have you tried
  6. I’ve never been
  7. I didn’t want
  8. I really enjoyed
  9. I’ve never experienced

Pag. 39

Es. 3

  1. accessible
  2. levels
  3. description
  4. touch
  5. videos

Pag. 40

Es. 3

  1. b
  2. c
  3. d
  4. a

Pag. 41

Es. 4

A 1
B 7
C 3

Es. 5

on land: jump, fall, climb, crawl, scramble, slide, run, hike, ride, sprint
in the air: parachute, fly
in the water: surf, dive

Pag. 42

Es. 4

  1. tired
  2. amazing
  3. bored
  4. exciting
  5. exhausted
  6. frightening
  7. terrified

Pag. 43

Es. 5

  1. ied
  2. ed
  3. ing
  4. ing
  5. ed
  6. ing

Es. 7

  1. 've just done
  2. 've just seen
  3. 've just got
  4. 's just dived
  5. 's just broken
  6. 've just cycled

Es. 8

  1. We have already chosen our next adventure.
  2. We haven't asked our parents yet.
  3. I have just looked at the website.
  4. She still hasn't organised transport.
  5. Have you bought any food yet?
  6. I still haven't seen that film.

Pag. 44

Es. 1

A moutains, gorges, valley, cliffs
B desert, gorges, alley
C river,swamp,jungle
D cliffs,rainforest,island,hills,forests,sea,ocean

Es. 3

Continents Countries Geographical features
South America Argentina falls
North America Australia rainforest
Australia India desert
Asia
mountain
Africa    

Pag. 45

Es. 5

  1. long
  2. since
  3. for

Es. 6

  1. She's lived in Brazil since 2010.
  2. I haven't felt this tired for a long time.
  3. We haven't seen him since his last expedition.
  4. He's had that bike for years.
  5. I've known Ben for a long time.

Es. 9

  1. have
  2. been
  3. action
  4. temporary

Es. 10

  1. A: What have you been doing?

    B: I've been watching a cool surfing documentary.

  2. A: Have you been phoning your family?

    B: Yes, but they haven't been listening to me!

  3. A: Have they been travelling all day?

    B: Yes, they've been hiking in the desert so they’re very thirsty.

  4. A: Has John been playing games for a long time?

    B: Yes, he's been using my laptop all day.

  5. A: What have they been doing all summer?

    B: I don’t know, but they haven't been studying!

Pag. 47

Es. 3

  1. T
  2. F
  3. F
  4. T
  5. F
  6. T

Pag. 48

Es. 3

  1. war
  2. artificial intelligence
  3. time travel
  4. robot
  5. crime wave
  6. epidemic,epidemic,
  7. global catastrophe
  8. Aliens
  9. extinction,extinction.
  10. space station
  11. virtual reality,virtual reality.
  12. revolution
  13. Space travel
  14. colonies
  15. evolution

Pag. 50

Es. 1

  1. B
  2. E
  3. D
  4. C
  5. A

Es. 2

a. 3
b. 5
c. 1
d. 2
e. 4

Es. 4

  1. pollution
  2. evolution
  3. prediction
  4. information
  5. connection
  6. communication

Es. 5

  1. observation
  2. instruction
  3. preparation
  4. organization
  5. solution
  6. education
  7. suggestion
  8. opposition

Es. 6

  1. C
  2. C
  3. P
  4. C
  5. P
  6. P
  7. P

Pag. 51

Es. 8

  1. will/won't
  2. might/might not

Es. 9

  1. will
  2. won't
  3. might
  4. might not
  5. will

Es. 10

  1. future
  2. Present simple
  3. will
  4. might

Es. 11

  1. d
  2. e
  3. a
  4. b
  5. c

Pag. 52

Es. 5

  1. SophieD
  2. Earlybird
  3. DeeLee
  4. Justin

Es. 6

  1. b
  2. d
  3. a
  4. c

Es. 7

  1. DeeLee
  2. SophieD
  3. Earlybird
  4. Justin

Pag. 53

Es. 9

  1. be going to
  2. will

Es. 10

  1. are you going to do
  2. Will robots do
  3. you’ll be
  4. will win
  5. Are you going to watch
  6. are you going to visit

Es. 12

  1. 'm visiting
  2. 'm doing
  3. have already organised
  4. often

Es. 13

  1. are you doing
  2. 'm not studying
  3. are going
  4. 'm not going
  5. Are you staying
  6. 'm spending
  7. 'm not doing

Pag. 54

Es. 4

  1. 2
  2. 5
  3. 4
  4. 1
  5. 3

Pag. 55

Es. 3

  1. 15
  2. 20
  3. 60
  4. 20
  5. 15

Pag. 56

Es. 1

  1. Have you seen
  2. have,have.
  3. 've been
  4. went
  5. was
  6. 's gone
  7. left
  8. Has she travelled
  9. has,has.
  10. spent
  11. 's never visited

Es. 2

  1. 's already been
  2. has been climbing since
  3. still hasn't tried
  4. hasn't been training for
  5. she's been cycling and swimming since
  6. found
  7. 's already climbed
  8. 've been chatting for
  9. 's given
  10. still haven't received

Es. 3

  1. has Kristen been climbing
  2. Has she climbed
  3. Has she trained for,Has she been training for
  4. did she find
  5. Has she received

Es. 4

  1. will
  2. won’t
  3. might not
  4. might
  5. will
  6. don’t
  7. ’re meeting

Es. 5

  1. was
  2. have
  3. started
  4. spent
  5. met
  6. got
  7. been
  8. since
  9. staying
  10. for
  11. hasn’t
  12. ’ve been doing
  13. going to drive
  14. haven’t decided
  15. ’ll
  16. hasn’t done
  17. since
  18. is
  19. might
  20. aren’t

Pag. 57

Es. 6

  1. settle
  2. have
  3. do
  4. saw
  5. looked
  6. flew
  7. island
  8. colony
  9. beautiful
  10. mountains
  11. rainforests
  12. deserts
  13. evolution
  14. extinction
  15. fascinating
  16. scramble
  17. climb
  18. exhausted

Es. 7

  1. blind
  2. deaf
  3. parachute
  4. plain
  5. wood
  6. epidemic

Es. 8

  1. exhausted
  2. up
  3. mountain
  4. sounds
  5. across

Es. 9

  1. What bands are you listening to at the moment?
  2. Did you do anything last weekend?
  3. What were you doing at 5.30 pm yesterday?
  4. Have you been on holiday yet this year?
  5. How long have you been doing your favourite hobby?
  6. What will you do if you don’t get good results?

Pag. 58

Es. 3

  1. 100 million
  2. weeks
  3. 4%
  4. minutes
  5. 25
  6. 13.5 million
  7. 17
  8. €1000
  9. 80
  10. 35

Pag. 60

Es. 2

  1. T
  2. T
  3. T
  4. F
  5. T
  6. F

Es. 3

  1. somebody
  2. somewhere
  3. something
  4. everyone
  5. everything
  6. anything
  7. nobody
  8. nothing
  9. some
  10. any
  11. singular

Pag. 61

Es. 4

  1. anything
  2. everyone
  3. somewhere
  4. everywhere
  5. anyone
  6. everything

Es. 6

  1. recipient
  2. be
  3. by
  4. be

Es. 7

  1. were
  2. 's
  3. wasn't
  4. are
  5. wasn't

Es. 8

  1. 's estimated
  2. is recycled
  3. are dumped
  4. are burned
  5. is affected
  6. was opened
  7. were taught

Pag. 62

Es. 2

Current problems Possible solutions Things to consider
pollution sustainable farming living space
landfill renewable energy food supply
deforestation genetic engineering natural resources
drought
global warming
overpopulation
overfishing
world hunger

Es. 4

  1. 2 billion
  2. 30%
  3. third
  4. insects
  5. space
  6. water

Pag. 63

Es. 5

  1. uncountable
  2. countable
  3. uncountable
  4. countable
  5. countable

Es. 6

  1. much
  2. a few
  3. a little
  4. Lots of
  5. how many
  6. a lot of
  7. a little

Es. 7

  1. much
  2. a lot of
  3. many
  4. a lot of
  5. many

Es. 8

  1. adjective
  2. adjective
  3. adjective
  4. noun
  5. noun

Es. 9

  1. too many
  2. too
  3. enough
  4. too much
  5. enough

Pag. 64

Es. 4

  1. R
  2. I
  3. I
  4. R
  5. I
  6. R

Pag. 65

Es. 1

  1. C
  2. A
  3. E
  4. D
  5. B
  6. F

Es. 2

  1. F
  2. A
  3. D
  4. C
  5. B
  6. E

Es. 4

  1. tablets
  2. mobile
  3. tell
  4. spend
  5. enough
  6. recycle
  7. post
  8. electronic

Es. 5

  1. D
  2. E
  3. C
  4. A
  5. F
  6. B

Pag. 67

Es. 5

  1. do
  2. fail, pass
  3. revise
  4. break, obey
  5. choose, drop
  6. get
  7. sign up
  8. get
  9. take
  10. attend

Es. 6

  1. attend lessons
  2. drop a subject
  3. take
  4. do your homework
  5. revise (for exams)
  6. break the rules
  7. obey the rules
  8. fail an exam
  9. pass an exam
  10. choose, subject
  11. get qualifications
  12. sign up for activities
  13. get good results

Pag. 68

Es. 2

  1. closed girls' schools
  2. protest for girls' rights to education
  3. they were in danger at home
  4. she received death threats
  5. girls in developing countries could receive an education
  6. girls get an education and good jobs

Es. 4

-er -or -ist -ian
campaigner doctors activist politician
supporters extremists
lawyers scientists

Pag. 69

Es. 5

  1. farmer
  2. librarian
  3. writer
  4. pacifist
  5. actor

Es. 6

  1. could
  2. can
  3. will be able to

Es. 7

  1. can’t
  2. will be able to
  3. could
  4. can
  5. couldn’t

Es. 8

  1. couldn't go
  2. can learn
  3. will be able to get
  4. can get up
  5. can't do

Pag. 70

Es. 1

  1. get into
  2. apply
  3. complete
  4. have
  5. have
  6. do
  7. meet
  8. do
  9. graduate
  10. write
  11. apply
  12. do
  13. train
  14. do

Es. 3

  1. accountancy accountant
  2. engineering engineer
  3. journalism journalist
  4. law lawyer
  5. management manager
  6. medicine doctor
  7. nursing nurse
  8. politics politician
  9. science scientist
  10. teaching teacher

Es. 4

  1. law
  2. sports
  3. events
  4. engineering
  5. international
  6. surf

Es. 5

  1. course
  2. exams
  3. exam results
  4. 35
  5. courses
  6. careers
  7. College
  8. industry
  9. economy

Pag. 71

Es. 7

  1. obligation
  2. no obligation

Es. 8

  1. has to
  2. don't have to
  3. doesn't have to
  4. have to
  5. don't have to
  6. has to
  7. don't have to
  8. have to

Es. 9

  1. should
  2. shouldn't
  3. must/have to
  4. mustn't
  5. don't have to

Es. 10

  1. mustn't talk
  2. shouldn't worry
  3. must switch
  4. should ask
  5. don't have to wear

Pag. 73

Es. 3

  1. F
  2. F
  3. T
  4. T
  5. F

Pag. 75

Es. 4

  1. C
  2. D
  3. A
  4. E
  5. F
  6. B

Pag. 76

Es. 1

  1. B
  2. D
  3. C
  4. A

Es. 2

  1. C
  2. C
  3. C
  4. A
  5. B

Pag. 77

Es. 6

make do
a choice charity work
friends good
a difference

Es. 7

make do
a decison your best
a mistake a survey
a suggestion business
money a favour
the right thing

Es. 8

  1. make a decision
  2. made a mistake
  3. Doing your best
  4. do a favour
  5. make a suggestion, make money

Es. 9

  1. which/that
  2. who/that
  3. where

Es. 10

  1. which
  2. where
  3. who
  4. who
  5. where
  6. who
  7. which

Pag. 78

Es. 2

Social issues Groups of people Solutions
poverty disadvantaged children education
inequality homeless people technology
disease refugees scholarships
discrimination disabled people health care
racism scientific research
homelessness vaccination
unemployment gender equality
employment
equal rights

Es. 4

  1. respects
  2. in general
  3. don’t agree on how difficult it is
  4. the best way to distribute charity
  5. more jobs

Pag. 79

Es. 6

  1. improbable
  2. Past simple
  3. would + base form
  4. is

Es. 7

  1. would you change
  2. you were
  3. I were
  4. I'd support
  5. I could
  6. I'd end
  7. I'd give
  8. I had
  9. they put
  10. I'd do

Pag. 81

Es. 3

  1. b
  2. e
  3. a
  4. d
  5. c

Pag. 82

Es. 1

  1. many
  2. were recycled
  3. was launched
  4. many
  5. much
  6. is produced
  7. a few
  8. a little
  9. is produced
  10. many
  11. are used
  12. enough
  13. aren't damaged
  14. too much
  15. is put
  16. aren't found
  17. a lot of
  18. weren't thrown away
  19. too wasteful

Es. 2

  1. ✔️
  2. ✔️

Es. 3

  1. which
  2. who
  3. sent
  4. wouldn't be
  5. which
  6. didn't work
  7. wouldn't find
  8. where
  9. wouldn't be
  10. returned
  11. understood
  12. would feel
  13. wouldn't be
  14. didn't have
  15. which

Es. 4

  1. What would your parents do if you failed your exams?
  2. Where would you go if you won a lot of money?
  3. Who would you call if you had a big problem?
  4. What time would you get up if you could choose?
  5. How would you feel if you changed school?

Es. 5

  1. which
  2. must
  3. who
  4. have to
  5. a few
  6. that
  7. lots of
  8. who
  9. aren’t offered
  10. were received
  11. might
  12. have to
  13. were

Pag. 83

Es. 6

  1. got
  2. save
  3. applied
  4. interviews
  5. graduate
  6. degree
  7. volunteer
  8. making
  9. appeal
  10. raised
  11. attend
  12. broke
  13. exams
  14. qualifications
  15. apprenticeship
  16. train
  17. passed
  18. course

Es. 7

  1. run out of
  2. renewable
  3. global warming
  4. pollution
  5. vaccination
  6. disease
  7. research
  8. health care
  9. rights
  10. inequality
  11. racism
  12. gender

Es. 8

  1. at
  2. attend
  3. revise for
  4. coursework
  5. make

Es. 9

  1. What have you already done today?
  2. How has Italy been affected by climate change?
  3. Where were you born?
  4. Which subjects do students have to study at your school?
  5. Should everyone do community service?
  6. How much homework were you given yesterday?
  7. Where would you live if you could live anywhere?

Pag. 87

Es. 1

  1. watches
  2. send
  3. practises
  4. goes
  5. studies

Es. 2

  1. Do they meet their friends at weekends?
  2. We don't play basketball on Saturdays.
  3. Does Max take great photos?
  4. Do Lucy and Sophie buy lots of souvenirs?
  5. I don't use a calculator at school.

Es. 3

  1. My mum never has a coffee after dinner.
  2. They're usually tired on Friday night.
  3. My dad doesn't often get angry.
  4. Do you sometimes go to museums?
  5. Matt and James hardly ever eat pizza.

Es. 4

  1. She's posting her holiday photos on Facebook.
  2. Dan and I aren't chatting on Skype now.
  3. I'm not having breakfast at home today.
  4. You're doing your homework at the moment.
  5. We're travelling by train this week.

Es. 5

  1. Are they chatting
    Yes, they are.
  2. Is Marie cooking
    Yes, she is.
  3. Am I enjoying
    No, I'm not.
  4. Are we waiting
    Yes, we are.
  5. Is Clive training
    No, he isn't.
  6. Are Jo and Amy watching
    No, they aren't.

Es. 6

  1. 's going
  2. doesn't usually play
  3. are they listening
  4. isn't wearing
  5. hardly ever snows

Pag. 88

Es. 1

  1. play video games
  2. go to a dance class
  3. do martial arts
  4. have music lessons
  5. listen to music
  6. stay in bed late
  7. go out for a pizza
  8. go shopping

Es. 2

  1. listen
  2. do
  3. meet
  4. go
  5. use
  6. instruments
  7. meal
  8. watch

Es. 4

  1. e
  2. c
  3. d
  4. a
  5. f
  6. b

Es. 5

  1. share
  2. messages
  3. chat
  4. blog
  5. update
  6. messaging
  7. emojis
  8. text

Pag. 89

Es. 7

  1. Scott
  2. Jack
  3. Amy and Rachel
  4. Jack
  5. Scott
  6. Amy
  7. Amy
  8. Amy and Rachel

Es. 8

  1. F
  2. T
  3. T
  4. F
  5. F
  6. F
  7. F
  8. T

Pag. 90

Es. 1

  1. cooks
  2. doesn't wash
  3. finish
  4. have
  5. stays
  6. doesn't get up
  7. has
  8. uses
  9. play
  10. don't talk
  11. watch
  12. wants

Es. 2

  1. Do you often play video games?
  2. Does she always do martial arts?
  3. Do Kyle and Matt sometimes make things?
  4. Does Amelia often cook dinner?
  5. Do you usually write in your blog?
  6. Do you often go out for pizza?

Es. 4

  1. are you doing
    'm writing
  2. Is Lisa studying
    's watching
  3. are things going
    'm making
  4. are Carrie and Liam doing
    're cooking
  5. are you staying
    'm not feeling

Es. 5

  1. 's talking
  2. isn't eating
  3. 's listening
  4. are swimming
  5. aren't playing
  6. 's wearing
  7. 's eating
  8. isn't reading

Pag. 91

Es. 7

  1. 'm visiting
  2. 're going
  3. 'm having
  4. 's enjoying
  5. aren't staying
  6. 're staying
  7. live
  8. teaches
  9. walks
  10. doesn't go
  11. works
  12. uses
  13. goes
  14. doesn't spend
  15. are you doing
  16. Are you studying

Es. 9

  1. isn't watching
  2. 's texting
  3. lives
  4. doesn't often see
  5. 's doing
  6. 's listening
  7. doesn't usually study
  8. 's painting
  9. 's sleeping
  10. sleeps
  11. 'm taking
  12. aren't looking

Es. 10

  1. 'm reading
  2. Are you enjoying
  3. does your mum's sister live
  4. lives
  5. is your brother doing
  6. don't do
  7. does
  8. goes
  9. watch
  10. do you usually spend
  11. write
  12. have
  13. You have
  14. 'm enjoying

Pag. 92

Es. 1

  1. C
  2. D
  3. B
  4. E
  5. A

Es. 2

  1. screens
  2. communicative
  3. things
  4. post
  5. using

Pag. 93

Es. 3

  1. T
  2. F
  3. F
  4. F
  5. T

Es. 4

  1. Emma
  2. Emma
  3. Josh
  4. Josh
  5. Josh
  6. Emma

Es. 5

  1. her laptop
  2. is
  3. video games
  4. online
  5. watching
  6. at the weekend

Es. 6

  1. T
  2. T
  3. T
  4. T
  5. F
  6. T

Es. 7

  1. d
  2. c
  3. a
  4. b
  5. e

Pag. 94

Es. 1

  1. horrible, big, black
  2. beautiful, big, wooden
  3. exciting, new video
  4. amazing, modern 5-star
  5. lovely, old, silver

Es. 3

  1. Dan Stephens
  2. Glasgow
  3. hockey
  4. rugby
  5. photography
  6. the Star Wars series
  7. American comedies
  8. Hip hop
  9. clarinet
  10. Around the World in 80 Days

Pag. 95

Es. 1

  1. are you writing
  2. live
  3. ’m staying
  4. Do you often visit
  5. Sometimes
  6. are you doing
  7. ’m chatting
  8. ’m not doing
  9. ’m sitting
  10. ’m watching
  11. ’s making
  12. do you use
  13. sometimes
  14. Do you want
  15. usually go
  16. ’s calling

Es. 2

  1. 'm listening
  2. 'm writing
  3. helps
  4. like
  5. hate
  6. do you listen
  7. 'm sitting
  8. 's making
  9. has
  10. Do you play
  11. 'm learning
  12. doesn’t listen
  13. 'm playing
  14. sends

Pag. 97

Es. 1

  1. were
  2. wasn't
  3. Were
  4. there weren't
  5. Was there
  6. There wasn't
    were

Es. 2

  1. went
  2. didn't come
  3. played
  4. met
  5. didn't have
  6. had

Es. 3

  1. She didn't speak English very well when she was at school.
  2. They brought me flowers from their garden last weekend.
  3. Olivia drew lots of cartoons last night.
  4. I didn't have a smartphone when I was 10 years old.
  5. We saw lions and elephants on the safari yesterday.

Es. 4

  1. Did you and Anna go
    we didn't
  2. Did your friends like
    they didn't
  3. Did your dad cook
    he did
  4. Did you learn
    I did
  5. Did Ryan and Will give
    they didn’t
  6. Did Charlotte get
    she did

Es. 5

  1. New York is more expensive than Bari.
  2. My sister isn't as tall as me.
  3. London is the biggest city in the UK.
  4. Milan is much busier than Bergamo.
  5. It's the most comfortable chair in the shop.

Es. 6

  1. the best
  2. easier
  3. the funniest
  4. as beautiful
  5. more interesting
  6. the worst

Pag. 98

Es. 1

  1. go to school
  2. grow up,
  3. leave school
  4. go to university
  5. get a job
  6. get married
  7. have children
  8. retire
  9. die

Es. 2

  1. retire
  2. change jobs
  3. find a partner
  4. get a qualification
  5. get divorced
  6. have children
  7. move house

Es. 4

  1. peaceful
  2. comfortable
  3. dirty
  4. cruel
  5. deadly
  6. fascinating

Es. 5

  1. a
  2. c
  3. c
  4. b
  5. c
  6. a
  7. b
  8. c

Pag. 99

Es. 7

  1. ✔️
  2. ✔️
  3. ✔️
  4. ✔️
  5. ✔️
  6. ✔️
  7. ✔️
  8. ✔️
  9. ✔️

Es. 8

  1. leave school
  2. half of
  3. a few hours a week
  4. leave home
  5. get married
  6. Divorce
  7. retire
  8. longer
    men

Pag. 100

Es. 1

  1. were
  2. was
  3. Was
  4. was
  5. Were there
  6. there weren't
  7. There were
  8. Was
  9. wasn't
  10. was there
  11. there was
  12. was

Es. 2

  1. grew up
  2. went
  3. began
  4. had
  5. won
  6. moved
  7. offered
  8. made
  9. took
  10. left
  11. got
  12. didn't last
  13. became
  14. appeared
  15. retired
  16. died

Es. 3

  1. Did she grow up
    she did
  2. Did she win
    she didn't
  3. Did she go
    she did
  4. Did she live
    she did
  5. Did she fly
    she didn't
  6. Did her marriage last
    it didn't
  7. Did she become
    she did
  8. Did she retire
    she didn't

Pag. 101

Es. 5

  1. In summer Beijing is the hottest city.
  2. New York isn't as hot as Beijing in summer.
  3. Istanbul is bigger than Beijing.
  4. New York is smaller than Istanbul.
  5. New York has the most expensive hotels.
  6. Hotels in Beijing are cheaper than in the other two cities.
  7. Beijing has got the worst air quality.
  8. The air quality in New York isn't as bad as in Beijing.

Es. 6

  1. the best
  2. healthier
  3. more comfortable
  4. the richest
  5. more demanding
  6. harder
  7. as stressed as
  8. poorer
  9. simpler

Es. 7

  1. as young as
  2. harder
  3. as easy as
  4. worked
  5. more dangerous
  6. left
  7. got
  8. went
  9. did you get
  10. younger
  11. bigger
  12. got
  13. happiest
  14. were

Pag. 102

Es. 1

d

Es. 2

  1. ill
  2. read
    write
  3. lips
  4. disabilities
  5. married
    children

Pag. 103

Es. 3

  1. F
  2. T
  3. F
  4. T
  5. F
  6. T
  7. T
  8. F

Es. 5

  1. were born blind
  2. don’t imagine
  3. easier
  4. an adult
  5. doesn’t see

Es. 7

  1. careful
  2. skill
  3. successful
  4. help
  5. pain
  6. useful
  7. hopeful
  8. success
  9. painful
  10. hope
  11. care
  12. use
  13. helpful
  14. skilful

Pag. 104

Es. 1

  1. First
  2. Then
  3. At
  4. After
  5. Finally

Es. 2

  1. First
  2. Then
  3. After
  4. At
  5. Then
  6. Finally

Es. 3

  1. B
  2. F
  3. E
  4. D
  5. A
  6. C
  7. At
  8. Rainbow
  9. Finally
  10. ten
  11. After
  12. at 6 o'clock
  13. then
  14. Assembly
  15. Brighton
  16. people

Pag. 105

Es. 1

  1. lasted
  2. left
  3. went
  4. found
  5. got
  6. bigger
  7. the most important
  8. hard
  9. the poorest
  10. died
  11. worked
  12. dangerous
  13. tiring
  14. younger
  15. could
  16. strict
  17. rich
  18. comfortable

Es. 2

  1. Who was John Lennon?
  2. Where was he born?
  3. Who did he grow up with?
  4. Where did he study after secondary school?
  5. What was the name of the Beatles' first album?
  6. How many children did he have?
  7. What was his most famous song?
  8. How did he die?

Pag. 107

Es. 1

  1. was showing
  2. Were they having
  3. wasn't playing
  4. were watching
  5. weren't training
  6. Was Chloe swimming

Es. 2

  1. Rob wasn't skateboarding in the park before dinner.
  2. Were Ben and Amy talking a lot during the match?
  3. My team was losing 2-0 after five minutes.
  4. I wasn't watching the referee at the end of the match.
  5. Were you playing table tennis with Sam all morning?
  6. I was doing my homework at 9.00 last night.

Es. 3

  1. While we were playing tennis, it started raining.
  2. What were you doing when the police arrived?
  3. The referee ended the match as I was shooting.,
  4. While we were training, our teacher fell.
  5. Was James buying a new smartphone when you saw him?
  6. I was reading a magazine when you called.

Es. 4

  1. were watching
  2. happened
  3. were having
  4. saw
  5. were you talking
  6. were losing

Es. 5

  1. slowly
  2. quickly
  3. happily
  4. fast
  5. well
  6. nervously
  7. funnily
  8. hard

Es. 6

  1. badly
  2. intensively
  3. quietly
  4. fast
  5. easily
  6. hard
  7. happily
  8. noisily

Pag. 108

Es. 1

  1. play
  2. going
  3. do
  4. play
  5. doing
  6. go

Es. 2

  1. stadium
  2. pitch
  3. court
  4. pool
  5. track

Es. 3

  1. match
  2. spectators
  3. fans
  4. team
  5. tournament
  6. runners-up
  7. players
  8. competitors

Es. 5

  1. trained
  2. compete
  3. cheat
  4. achieve
  5. scored
  6. threw
  7. beat
  8. drew
  9. hit
  10. win

Es. 6

  1. d
  2. e
  3. c
  4. f
  5. b
  6. a

Pag. 109

Es. 7

  1. 3
  2. 1
  3. 4
  4. 2

Es. 8

  1. b
  2. b
  3. c
  4. b
  5. a
  6. a
  7. a
  8. a

Pag.110

Es. 1

1. weren't doing, were watching
2. wasn't reading, was riding 3. wasn't listening, was doing
4. wasn't speaking, was walking
5. weren't doing, were doing

Es. 2

1. What was Sally doing at three o'clock? - She was doing her homework in her bedroom
2. What was Dan doing at half past three? - He was playing tennis in the park.
3. What were you and your sister doing at six thirty? - We were playing volleyball at the sports centre.
4. What were Josh and Rebecca doing at eight o'clock? - They were watching a film at the cinema.
5. What were you doing at eight thirty this morning? - I was having breakfast in the kitchen .

Es. 4

  1. came - were doing
  2. was waiting - started
  3. didn't text - was doing
  4. was leaving - scored
  5. was having - rang
  6. was running - fell - broke
  7. Were your parents watching - were playing

Es. 5

A What were you doing when I phoned last night?
B I was watching a rugby match on TV.
A Who was playing?
B England was playing Italy
A Did England win?
B No, Italy beat England 25-23. They scored a penalty in the last minute.

Pag. 111

Es. 6

  1. was cycling
  2. ran
  3. wasn't looking
  4. was going
  5. didn't see
  6. were standing
  7. were talking
  8. wasn't going
  9. stopped
  10. didn't hit
  11. didn't fall
  12. said
  13. thanked

Es. 7

  1. easily
  2. slowly
  3. quickly
  4. badly
  5. confidently
  6. angrily
  7. happily
  8. sadly

Es. 8

  1. was raining
  2. started
  3. was riding
  4. well
  5. was beating
  6. easily
  7. attacked
  8. was cycling
  9. were shouting
  10. loudly
  11. were racing
  12. hard
  13. won
  14. crossed
  15. threw
  16. happily
  17. was snowing
  18. heavily
  19. finished
  20. achieved

Pag. 112

Es. 2

  1. clock
  2. 24
  3. 41
  4. 200
  5. 303,5

Pag. 113

Es. 4

1.✔ 2.✔ 5.✔ 7.✔

Es. 5

  1. enjoys
  2. New York
  3. 8 or 9
  4. enjoyed
  5. started running

Es. 6

  1. F
  2. F
  3. T
  4. T
  5. F
  6. F

Es. 7

  1. off
  2. let
  3. on
  4. on
  5. down
  6. take
  7. up
  8. out

Pag. 114

Es. 1

  1. A
  2. C
  3. E
  4. G
  5. J

Es. 2

  1. b
  2. d
  3. a
  4. f
  5. c

Es. 3

  1. won
  2. streak
  3. runner-up
  4. race,race,
  5. win
  6. form
  7. performance
  8. paid
  9. surprise
  10. promising
  11. team
  12. have won

Pag. 115

Es. 1

  1. Did you watch
  2. didn't play
  3. well
  4. lost
  5. was sitting
  6. were watching
  7. wanted
  8. was shouting
  9. angrily
  10. started
  11. was getting
  12. didn't like
  13. heard
  14. came
  15. was happening
  16. went
  17. quickly
  18. realised
  19. were watching
  20. badly

Es. 2

  1. Did you hear about Nick last week?
  2. No, I didn't. What happened?
  3. A dog attacked him while he was running in the park!
  4. Did Nick go to hospital?
  5. No, he didn't. It wasn't serious.
  6. What was the dog's owner doing when it happened?
  7. He was sitting on a bench and he was reading a newspaper calmly.
  8. Did he say sorry after it happened?
  9. I didn't ask Nick.

Pag. 117

Es. 1

  1. My uncle has visited a lot of countries for his job.
  2. I haven't lived in a big city.
  3. Have you tried fish and chips?
  4. She hasn't listened to Radio 1.
  5. Have your parents travelled outside Europe?

Es. 2

  1. haven't seen
  2. Have you swum
  3. 's read
  4. 've eaten
  5. Has your mum met

Es. 3

  1. Anthony has never been to Greece.
  2. Have you ever ridden a horse along the beach?
  3. I've never seen any James Bond films.
  4. Have Sam and Kyle ever cheated in exams?
  5. Some people have never seen snow.

Es. 4

  1. gone
  2. been
  3. gone
  4. been
  5. gone
  6. been

Es. 5

  1. went
  2. 've never had
  3. rode
  4. played
  5. 've found
  6. 've received

Es. 6

  1. I went to the cinema with Amy last night.
  2. Have you ever met a famous sports star?
  3. We didn't enjoy the concert on Saturday.
  4. Bethany's never played a musical instrument.
  5. I did a lot of things last weekend.
  6. Have Connor and David ever visited your house?

Pag. 118

Es. 1

  1. g
  2. c
  3. e
  4. a
  5. d
  6. h
  7. b
  8. f

Es. 2

  1. hearing
  2. smell
  3. sight
  4. tastes
  5. listen to
  6. feel
  7. hear
  8. Look at

Es. 4

  1. terrifying
  2. hideous
  3. amazing
  4. miserable
  5. ugly
  6. furious

Es. 5

  1. miserable
  2. delicious
  3. terrible
  4. gorgeous
  5. exhausted
  6. terrifying

Es. 6

  1. amazing
  2. gorgeous
  3. fascinating
  4. hideous
  5. tasty
  6. terrifying
  7. awful
  8. exhausted

Pag. 119

Es. 7

  1. C
  2. A
  3. D
  4. B

Es. 8

  1. c
  2. a
  3. b
  4. c
  5. a
  6. c
  7. b
  8. b

Pag. 120

Es. 1

  1. 've never slept
  2. hasn't read
  3. Have you ever worn
  4. haven't travelled
  5. Has your brother ever appeared
  6. 've never cheated

Es. 2

  1. Have you ever tried
  2. I have
  3. 've ever been
  4. Have I ever met
  5. you have
  6. 've got
  7. Have you ever seen
  8. I have
  9. 's won
  10. Has he ever lost
  11. he has
  12. hasn't happened

Es. 4

  1. Have you been
  2. 's gone
  3. 's gone
  4. Have Amy and Katie gone
  5. 've been
  6. Has Peter gone

Es. 5

  1. Have you ever been
  2. I have
  3. spent
  4. did you get
  5. took
  6. Have you been
  7. I haven't
  8. went
  9. did she see
  10. saw

Pag. 121

Es. 6

  1. didn't reply
  2. was
  3. sent
  4. Have you ever been
  5. had
  6. stayed
  7. took
  8. 've never seen
  9. 've never eaten
  10. enjoyed
  11. looked
  12. made
  13. 've never been
  14. was

Es. 7

  1. Have you ever been
  2. went
  3. spent
  4. did you stay
  5. Did it cost
  6. was
  7. Have you ever stayed
  8. did you do
  9. visited
  10. went
  11. did you see
  12. saw

Es. 8

  1. went
  2. Have you ever been
  3. I have
  4. played
  5. did you think
  6. thought
  7. had
  8. did you have
  9. had
  10. tasted
  11. did you choose
  12. didn't eat
  13. started
  14. 've never felt

Pag. 122

Es. 1

  1. E
  2. C
  3. A
  4. D
  5. B

Es. 2

  1. founder
  2. men
  3. black
    white
  4. meat
  5. chart

Pag. 123

Es. 4

  1. 5
  2. 3
  3. 6
  4. 2
  5. 4
  6. 1

Es. 5

  1. sees
  2. how tall
  3. strange
  4. number
  5. purple sofa

Es. 6

  1. F
  2. T
  3. F
  4. F
  5. T
  6. T

Es. 7

  1. restless
  2. painless
  3. tasteless
  4. homeless
  5. careless
  6. useless
  7. soundless
  8. endless

Pag. 124

Es. 1

  1. nice
  2. really
  3. hot
  4. absolutely
  5. ancient
  6. delicious

Es. 2

  1. incredible
  2. expensive
  3. absolutely
  4. really
  5. very
  6. exhausted

Es. 3

  1. amazing
  2. really
  3. one of
  4. absolutely
  5. home
  6. truly
  7. gorgeous
  8. try
  9. tasty
  10. forget

Pag. 125

Es. 1

  1. Have you ever wanted
  2. has become
  3. 's worked
  4. became
  5. won
  6. thought
  7. delicious
  8. said
  9. 've never had
  10. has written
  11. amazing
  12. tasty

Pag. 127

Es. 2

  1. He still hasn't done his homework.
  2. Have you finished your homework yet?
  3. They've already completed the obstacle course.
  4. Aidan hasn't ridden a camel yet.
  5. We still haven't surfed in the Pacific.
  6. Have Chloe and Rachel already given you a present?

Es. 3

  1. The film's already started.
  2. Has Simon met his new teacher yet?
  3. We still haven't won a match.
  4. John hasn't run in his race yet.
  5. They still haven't jumped out of the plane.
  6. Have you swum in the sea yet?
  7. They've already seen the new Star Wars film.
  8. Jake still hasn't heard Beyoncé’s new album.

Es. 4

  1. 've lived
  2. 's been
  3. have you had
  4. has taught
  5. haven't seen

Es. 5

  1. for
  2. since
  3. since
  4. since
  5. for

Es. 6

  1. They've been learning how to surf for two weeks.
  2. Have you been having swimming lessons all summer?
  3. Dan's been playing his guitar all day.
  4. Liz has been studying Chinese for a year.
  5. Where have they been living for the last year?
  6. Gianni hasn't been sleeping well this week.
  7. I've been feeling tired all day.

Pag. 128

Es. 1

  1. G
  2. B
  3. E
  4. J
  5. A
  6. I
  7. F
  8. H
  9. C
  10. D

Es. 2

  1. surfed
  2. slid
  3. dived
  4. jumped
  5. parachuted
  6. hiked
  7. scrambled

Es. 3

  1. desert
  2. falls
  3. island
  4. jungle
  5. lake
  6. wood
  7. cliffs
  8. gorge

Pag. 129

Es. 4

  1. oceans
  2. Cliffs
  3. sea
  4. rivers
  5. valleys
  6. gorges
  7. hill
  8. mountain
  9. cave
  10. volcano

Es. 5

  1. 3
  2. 1
  3. 5
  4. 4
  5. 2

Es. 6

  1. mountain
  2. over 8500
  3. mountain range
  4. 1600
  5. coffee
  6. tea
  7. rainforests
  8. 7
  9. 50
  10. desert
  11. over 300,000
  12. desert
  13. snow leopard
  14. river
  15. over 2.500

Pag. 130

Es. 1

  1. 've just eaten
  2. 's just broken
  3. 's just opened
  4. 's just fallen
  5. 've just passed
  6. 's just climbed

Es. 2

  1. They have just opened a new café in town.,They have just opened a new cafe in town.
  2. The film's already finished.
  3. I haven't climbed that mountain yet.,I haven't yet climbed that mountain.
  4. Katie still hasn't answered my text.
  5. Have you seen the new film yet?

Es. 4

  1. Madeleine has worked as a nurse for three years.
  2. I haven't had a car for two years.
  3. Mark hasn't ridden his bike since last weekend.
  4. Betty has known me for a long time.
  5. Nathan has played basketball since he was 11.

Pag. 131

Es. 6

  1. have you been travelling
  2. have you been staying
  3. haven't
  4. 've been sleeping
  5. Have you been meeting
  6. have
  7. 've been making
  8. Have you been eating
  9. have
  10. 've been drinking
  11. has she been doing
  12. 's been sending

Es. 8

  1. 've been trying
  2. for
  3. 've been taking
  4. 's been raining
  5. 've been getting
  6. still
  7. 've been enjoying
  8. already
  9. for
  10. yet
  11. 've been having
  12. 've been making
  13. since
  14. 's been cooking
  15. just

Es. 9

  1. How long have you studied English?
  2. I've studied it for eight years.
  3. Have you been to the UK yet?
  4. Yes, I have. I've already visited London twice.
  5. Have you taken any exams yet?
  6. No, I still haven't taken any exams.
  7. Have you made any English friends yet?
  8. No, I haven't. But I've just contacted an English boy online.
  9. Has he sent you his photo yet?
  10. No, he hasn't.

Pag. 132

Es. 1

b

Pag. 133

Es. 4

b

Es. 5

  1. mountains, rainforest
  2. age
  3. families
  4. activities
  5. shopping, relax

Es. 6

  1. F
  2. T
  3. F
  4. F
  5. T
  6. T

Es. 7

  1. terrifying
  2. exhausted
  3. boring
  4. amazed
  5. exciting
  6. tired

Pag. 134

Es. 1

  1. After a while
  2. Around this time
  3. As soon as
  4. later
  5. While

Es. 2

  1. While
  2. As soon as
  3. later
  4. after a while
  5. around this time

Es. 3

  1. born
  2. 2001
  3. Primary
  4. soon
  5. When
  6. later
  7. guitar
  8. after
  9. time
  10. achievement
  11. black
  12. doing
  13. championship
  14. best
  15. exam
  16. longer

Pag. 135

Es. 1

  1. just
  2. feeling
  3. for
  4. eaten
  5. jungle
  6. volcano
  7. been
  8. hiked
  9. still
  10. crying
  11. feeling
  12. arrived
  13. had
  14. yet
  15. already
  16. climbing
  17. for
  18. mountain
  19. hill
  20. plains
  21. dreaming
  22. since

Pag. 137

Es. 1

  1. might
  2. will
  3. will
  4. might
  5. might
  6. will

Es. 2

  1. If Jack doesn't phone soon, I'll go out
  2. Will you have a big family if you get married?
  3. We won't go to the beach tomorrow if it isn’t sunny.
  4. If I pass my exams, I'll go to university.
  5. How will Sophie go camping if she doesn't have a sleeping bag?
  6. If you get home late tonight, what will your parents say?

Es. 3

  1. If my team play well, they might win the match.
  2. We will miss the bus if we don’t leave now.
  3. You might see Rachel if you go to the concert.
  4. If Tom comes to my house, we will have a pizza.
  5. If we go online, we might find some cheap tickets.
  6. If I go to London, I will visit my uncle.
  7. If we arrive after midnight, we will take a taxi.
  8. If I don’t pass my exams, I will get a job.

Es. 4

  1. are going to build
  2. 'm going to train
  3. are you going to make
  4. will win
  5. Will the exam be
  6. 'll live

Es. 5

  1. are going to get
  2. will be
  3. 's going to work
  4. 'm going to do
  5. will win

Es. 6

  1. 'm starting
  2. 's taking
  3. are you meeting
  4. aren't getting, 're walking
  5. Is Adam coming, 's playing

Pag. 138

Es. 1

  1. war
  2. evolution
  3. global catastrophe
    extinction
  4. revolution
  5. robots
  6. colony

Es. 2

  1. space travel
  2. aliens
  3. artificial intelligence
  4. virtual reality
  5. crime wave
  6. time travel
  7. epidemic
  8. space station

Es.4

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
earn money
have a career
learn a new skill
make it in life
start my own business
FAMILY
settle down
start a family
TRAVEL
see the world
spend time (abroad)
travel around
FREE TIME
take some time out
take up a hobby

Es. 5

  1. take some time out
  2. see the world
  3. save money
  4. do voluntary work
  5. waste time
  6. start my own business
  7. make it in life
  8. settle down
  9. start a family

Pag. 139

Es. 7

  1. 2
  2. 4
  3. 3
  4. 1

Es. 8

  1. b
  2. a
  3. c
  4. b

Pag. 140

Es. 1

  1. will be
  2. won't live
  3. 'll work
  4. 'll live
  5. might not find
  6. 'll start
  7. won't have
  8. will you be
  9. might settle down
  10. won't have

Es. 3

  1. c
  2. f
  3. d
  4. e
  5. b
  6. a

Es. 5

  1. Daniel's going to travel around Africa next year. I’m sure he 'll have a great time.
  2. I think a lot of the workers will lose their jobs. Their company says that they' re going to use robots in their factory.
  3. Rachel's going to start a family soon, but I don’t think she'll have many children.
  4. I’ve decided I'm going to spend some time abroad before university. I think I'll meet lots of interesting people.
  5. We're going to do voluntary work for three weeks this summer. I’m sure that we'll learn some useful skills.

Pag. 141

Es. 7

  1. are you doing
  2. 'm meeting Amy
  3. 'm playing tennis
  4. Are you staying
  5. I'm not
  6. 'm going to the cinema
  7. Are you doing
  8. I am
  9. 'm doing
  10. are you practising
  11. I am
  12. 'm watching

Es. 9

  1. 's doing
  2. does
  3. 'll go
  4. 's going to do
  5. might study
  6. 'll do
  7. 's going to ask
  8. 'll help
  9. 'm seeing
  10. 'll definitely ask
  11. doesn't do
  12. might leave
  13. might stay

Es. 10

A Are you going to university in September?
B No, I'm going to work for my dad. What are you going to do at the end of the year?
A I'm going to take a year out.
B Where are you going?,Where are you going to go?
A I'm going to travel around South America.
B Are you going to travel alone?
A No, I'm going with a friend. We're leaving on the 15th of September.
B Do you think it will be dangerous?
A No, I think it will be fun.,No, I think it'll be fun.
B When are you coming back?,When will you come back?
A It depends. If the trip goes well, we won't come back until next summer.

Pag. 142

Es. 1

c

Pag. 143

Es. 3

  1. 3
  2. 1
  3. 5
  4. 2
  5. 4

Es. 4

  1. Physics
  2. science
  3. long
  4. less
  5. girlfriend

Es. 5

  1. F
  2. T
  3. T
  4. F
  5. F
  6. T

Es. 6

  1. education
  2. observations
  3. evolution
  4. information
  5. solution
  6. organisation
  7. opposition
  8. instructions
  9. suggestion
  10. prediction

Pag. 144

Es. 1

  1. b
  2. a
  3. a
  4. b
  5. a

Es. 2

  1. will people live in the future?
  2. 'll live on Mars in the future?
  3. did Ben watch yesterday?
  4. watched a tennis match yesterday?
  5. 's Kate going?
  6. 's going to Spain?
  7. does Sophia want to go next year?
  8. wants to go abroad next year?
  9. 's Jack going to do?
  10. 's going to do his homework?

Es. 3

  1. f To choose a business, think about what you are good at, what you know a lot about and what types of business your area needs.
  2. c You probably won’t make a lot of money in your first year or two. So you will need money to invest in the business and for your living costs during this time.
  3. e It’s a matter of convincing a bank that your idea is good. If they refuse, you can try other banks and financial organisations. Check out the Start Your Own Business section of the government website.
  4. a The obvious answer is that, to start planning, it’s a good idea to write down all the questions you need to ask. Then find the answers. This will take time and energy!
  5. b There are lots of business advisors on the Internet. If you’d like to know more about your business area, look at their websites carefully and contact one.
  6. d Unfortunately, there’s no easy answer to this question. Some towns are better than others for certain types of business. You will need to do your research carefully to find the best place for your particular business.

Pag. 145

Es. 1

  1. ’re leaving
  2. Station
  3. will
  4. ’re going to
  5. won’t
  6. ’re going to
  7. robots
  8. might see
  9. aliens
  10. ’ll take
  11. happens
  12. are you doing
  13. ’m having
  14. won’t see

Es. 2

  1. might go
  2. decide
  3. 'll study
  4. might not go
  5. might take
  6. do
  7. 'll travel
  8. 're going to have
  9. don't have
  10. won't be
  11. have
  12. might call
  13. 'm going to start
  14. might design
  15. might work
  16. won't be

Pag. 147

Es. 1

  1. A lot of food is wasted by families in the UK.
  2. Oil is used to produce petrol for cars.
  3. Is the air here polluted by emissions from factories?
  4. The rubbish isn't recycled in this town.
  5. Is the environment damaged by plastic bags?
  6. Some animals aren’t affected by global warming.

Es. 2

  1. were destroyed
  2. Was your rubbish collected
  3. weren't hurt
  4. was made
  5. Were the streets cleaned
  6. wasn't developed

Es. 3

  1. much
  2. many
  3. few
  4. a lot of
  5. many
  6. little
  7. much
  8. many

Es. 4

  1. a little
  2. How many
  3. a lot of
  4. much
  5. a few
  6. How much

Es. 5

  1. too many
  2. enough milk
  3. too
  4. too much
  5. warm enough
  6. too many

Es. 6

  1. e
  2. c
  3. d
  4. a
  5. b
  6. f

Pag. 148

Es. 1

  1. pollute
    poison
  2. throw away
    recycle
  3. develop
    save
  4. destroying
    increases
  5. running out of
    provide

Es. 2

  1. The factory produces more cars now because it’s increased its capacity.
  2. If we run out of oil, we’ll need to use electric cars.
  3. Don't throw away those old bottles! You need to recycle them and save resources.
  4. Last weekend they provided a bus to the festival for visitors who couldn’t afford the cost of a taxi.
  5. We’re developing a solar energy park to power 20,000 homes.
  6. If we want to save the planet, we mustn’t waste precious resources.

Es. 3

  1. throw away
  2. recycle
  3. use
  4. afford
  5. waste
  6. increased
  7. polluting
  8. reduce

Es. 4

  1. deforestation
  2. Overfishing
  3. renewable energy
  4. global warming,
  5. landfill
    pollution
  6. living space

Es. 5

  1. food supply
  2. overpopulation
  3. genetic engineering
  4. drought
  5. sustainable farming
  6. natural resources
  7. world hunger

Pag. 149

Es. 7

  1. B
  2. E
  3. A
  4. D

Es. 8

  1. few
  2. Renewable energy
  3. 400
  4. cycle
  5. landfill
  6. Electricity
  7. 80%
  8. ticket

Pag. 150

Es. 1

  1. was designed
  2. were affected
  3. is thrown away
  4. is powered
  5. wasn't destroyed

Es. 2

  1. I think the best cars are produced by Mercedes.
  2. La Giaconda wasn't painted by Michelangelo.
  3. Is art taught by Mr Bell?
  4. A lot of rubbish is recycled by the Danish.
  5. Was your school damaged by the strong winds?

Es. 3

  1. is considered
  2. were released
  3. were affected
  4. were killed
  5. isn't known
  6. was caused
  7. was damaged
  8. was paid
  9. were sent
  10. was affected

Es. 4

  1. When was the first Star Wars film made?
  2. When was Australia discovered?
  3. When was the European Union formed?
  4. How many countries are crossed by the River Danube?
  5. Where is Champagne produced?
  6. When was the Internet invented?

Es. 5

  1. much
  2. How much
  3. a few
  4. many
  5. a little
  6. How many

Es. 6

  1. How much
  2. much
  3. a lot of
  4. a lot of
  5. a few
  6. a few
  7. How many
  8. a lot of

Pag. 151

Es. 7

  1. too much rubbish
  2. not enough living space
  3. too small
  4. too many recycling containers
  5. big enough
  6. too many books

Es. 8

  1. warm enough
  2. too cold
  3. too much pollution
  4. too many mistakes
  5. enough recycling centres

Es. 9

  1. much
  2. is
  3. a lot of
  4. exported
  5. were
  6. was sent
  7. burnt
  8. too
  9. a few
  10. are
  11. too
  12. by
  13. a lot of
  14. too much
  15. enough energy

Es. 10

  1. How much
  2. too many
  3. a little
  4. not enough
  5. How many
  6. lots of
  7. a few
  8. a few
  9. how many
  10. too many
  11. enough
  12. too

Pag. 152

Es. 1

  1. c
  2. e
  3. a
  4. f
  5. b
  6. d

Es. 2

  1. island
  2. some
  3. some
  4. more
  5. usually

Pag. 153

Es. 4

  1. 4
  2. 1
  3. 5
  4. 3
  5. 2

Es. 5

  1. normal homes
  2. energy
    water
  3. electricity
  4. app
  5. recycled
  6. family

Es. 6

  1. F
  2. T
  3. T
  4. F
  5. T
  6. F

Es. 7

  1. Everyone
  2. anywhere
  3. anything
  4. Someone
  5. somewhere
  6. everything
    nothing
  7. Nobody
  8. something

Pag. 154

Es. 1

  1. With regard
  2. regarding
  3. On the subject
  4. concerned
  5. concerning

Es. 2

A 2 B 1

  1. far
  2. regard
  3. concerning
  4. for
  5. As
  6. subject

Es. 3

  1. olive
  2. concerned
  3. organic
  4. volume
  5. colours
  6. regard
  7. stars
  8. expensive
  9. find
  10. light
  11. easy
  12. life
  13. says
  14. hours
  15. love
  16. price
  17. sizes
  18. models

Pag. 155

Es. 1

  1. How much
  2. many
  3. are recycled
  4. are put
  5. are collected
  6. enough
  7. too
  8. a lot of
  9. too much
  10. too many
  11. a little
  12. too
  13. is thrown away
  14. a few
  15. is recycled

Es. 2

  1. global warming
  2. droughts
  3. save
  4. damage
  5. deforestation
  6. develop
  7. provide
  8. sustainable farming
  9. reduce
  10. pollution
  11. running out of

Pag. 157

Es. 1

  1. c
  2. f
  3. d
  4. e
  5. b
  6. a

Es. 2

  1. could
  2. will be able to
  3. won't be able to
  4. couldn't
  5. Can you
  6. couldn't
  7. won't be able to

Es. 3

  1. has to catch
  2. don't have to do
  3. Do Dan and Will have to wash
  4. has to practise
  5. Does Josh have to go
  6. doesn't have to be
  7. Do we have to
  8. don't have to finish

Es. 4

  1. You have to wear a uniform every day.
  2. You have to arrive before 9.00 a.m.,You have to arrive before 9.00 am.
  3. You don't have to give your mobile phone to your teacher.
  4. You don't have to bring your dictionary to every lesson.
  5. You have to wear trainers in the gym.

Es. 5

  1. Tom doesn't have to study a foreign language.
  2. I mustn't be late.
  3. Should we take a taxi to the airport?
  4. Gina has to listen carefully to her teacher.
  5. We shouldn't be late for the party.
  6. We must pass all our exams.
  7. You mustn't talk in the library.

Es. 6

  1. mustn’t
  2. should
  3. don’t have to
  4. should
  5. do you have to
  6. mustn’t
  7. don’t have to

Pag. 158

Es. 1

  1. c
  2. f
  3. d
  4. b
  5. e
  6. a

Es. 2

  1. primary school
  2. uniform
  3. single-sex school
  4. school leavers
  5. secondary school
  6. school holidays

Es. 3

  1. mixed
  2. do
  3. pass
  4. get
  5. uniform
  6. rules
  7. attend
  8. sign

Es. 5

  1. Medicine
  2. Teaching
  3. Accountancy
  4. Politics
  5. Engineering
  6. Journalism
  7. Management
  8. Science

Es. 6

  1. graduate
    apply
  2. had
    written
    application
  3. assessments
    coursework
    deadlines
  4. an apprenticeship
    train
  5. a degree
    got into

Pag. 159

Es. 8

b

Es. 9

  1. F
  2. T
  3. F
  4. F
  5. T

Pag. 160

Es. 1

  1. Maya couldn't attend her dance class yesterday.
  2. Will you be able to come to the concert next Friday?,Can you come to the concert next Friday?
  3. My friends couldn't do their homework last night.
  4. Michael won't be able to go to university next year.
  5. Could Tina eat all of her pizza last night?
  6. I can't speak to you now.

Es. 2

  1. b
  2. a
  3. b
  4. c
  5. a
  6. c
  7. a
  8. b

Es. 4

  1. don't have to do
  2. do you have to get up
  3. has to go
  4. have to meet
  5. Do I have to complete
  6. doesn't have to go

Pag. 161

Es. 6

  1. mustn’t
  2. should
  3. don’t have to
  4. must
  5. shouldn’t
  6. have to

Es. 7

  1. have to be
  2. have to be
  3. shouldn't speak
  4. have to be
  5. don't have to be
  6. have to come
  7. should work
  8. don't have to work
  9. mustn't eat
  10. shouldn't have
  11. should bring

Es. 8

  1. couldn’t
  2. ’ll be able
  3. should
  4. won’t be able to
  5. should
  6. must
  7. don’t have to
  8. won’t be able to
  9. ’ll be able to
  10. have to

Es. 9

  1. Will you be able to
  2. have to
  3. should
  4. can
  5. couldn't
  6. shouldn't
  7. can't
  8. must

Pag. 162

Es. 1

b

Es. 2

  1. F
  2. T
  3. F
  4. F
  5. T

Pag. 163

Es. 4

  1. Darren
  2. Sarah
  3. Jake
  4. -
  5. Tricia

Es. 6

  1. protesters
  2. artists
  3. scientist,scientist,
  4. musician
  5. supporters
  6. teacher
  7. builders
  8. politician

Pag. 164

Es. 1

  1. Furthermore
  2. addition
  3. only
  4. also
  5. more

Es. 2

  1. more
  2. only
  3. also
  4. addition
  5. Furthermore

Es. 3

  1. opinion
  2. honest
  3. find
  4. Without
  5. concentration
  6. more
  7. longer
  8. start
  9. late
  10. fact
  11. connection
  12. hardware
  13. ask
  14. contact
  15. exercise
  16. only
  17. also
  18. conclusion

Pag. 165

Es. 1

  1. couldn't
  2. have to
  3. drop
  4. mustn't
  5. shouldn't
  6. should
  7. 'll be able to
  8. apply for
  9. won't be able to
  10. degree
  11. should
  12. pass
  13. get
  14. have to
  15. revising

Es. 2

  1. chosen
  2. Medicine
  3. have to
  4. results
  5. get
  6. have to
  7. drop
  8. should
  9. don’t have to
  10. do
  11. can’t
  12. don’t have to
  13. should
  14. ’ll be able to

Pag. 167

Es. 1

  1. can’t
  2. must
  3. may
  4. can’t
  5. could
  6. must
  7. can’t
  8. might

Es. 2

  1. e
  2. c
  3. a
  4. d
  5. b

Es. 3

  1. who
  2. that
  3. where
  4. that
  5. where
  6. who
  7. who
  8. which

Es. 4

  1. had
    I’d
  2. Would
    had
  3. didn’t speak
    would
  4. wouldn’t
    didn’t
  5. Would
    gave

Es. 5

  1. lived
    'd speak
  2. 'd give
    could
  3. wouldn't go out
    were
  4. were
    would you live
  5. wouldn't play
    didn't enjoy

Es. 6

  1. If your parents went away for the weekend, would you have a party?
  2. If I found a wallet in the street, I wouldn't take it to the police station.
  3. If space travel were cheap, would you travel to the moon?
  4. If my best friend moved to a different town, I'd visit him at the holidays.,
  5. If your phone broke, would you buy a new one?
  6. If there was a new student in my class, I'd talk to her.
  7. If there was a charity event in my town, I wouldn't take part.
  8. If I had a bike, I'd ride it to school.

Pag. 168

Es. 1

  1. b
  2. f
  3. a
  4. d
  5. e
  6. c

Es. 2

  1. support
  2. raise
  3. donation
  4. campaign
  5. cause
  6. donate
  7. sponsoring
  8. doing

Es. 3

  1. launching
  2. donate
  3. volunteers
  4. sponsored
  5. raised
  6. fundraising
  7. difference
  8. charity
  9. campaign
  10. awareness

Es. 4

  1. Inequality
  2. Disadvantaged
  3. education
  4. equal rights
  5. scientific research
  6. employment
  7. gender equality
  8. technology
  9. homelessness

Es. 5

  1. disease
  2. unemployment
  3. discrimination
  4. Refugees
  5. vaccinations
  6. Disabled people
  7. homeless people
  8. scholarship
  9. Health care
  10. racism

Pag. 169

Es. 8

  1. ✔️
  2. ✔️
  3. ✔️

Es. 9

  1. T
  2. T
  3. F
  4. F
  5. T
  6. T
  7. F
  8. F

Pag. 170

Es. 1

  1. might
  2. must
  3. might not
  4. can’t
  5. must

Es. 2

  1. Sarah can't be at home because her car isn't there.
  2. Linda hasn't got any rap CDs, so she might not like rap.
  3. Living in Helsinki must be hard in winter.
  4. Joe can't be a vegetarian because he's eating a hamburger now!
  5. Paola might be really good at tennis.

Es. 3

  1. which
  2. where
  3. who
  4. where
  5. which

Es. 4

  1. The Emirates is the football stadium where Arsenal play.
  2. Mrs Jones is the American woman who lives at number 24.
  3. I've got a lot of homework which I have to do for tomorrow.
  4. That's the bike which was stolen last week.
  5. John's a good friend who always listens when I've got problems.
  6. That's the building where my sister works.

Es. 5

  1. I'd have my coat,I'd have my coat.
  2. he'd be at school,he'd be at school.
  3. if he liked football
  4. if she weren't a vegetarian
  5. he'd cycle to school

Es. 6

  1. Would you sponsor
  2. ran
  3. wouldn't give
  4. took
  5. wouldn't save
  6. gave
  7. was
  8. wouldn't talk
  9. didn't buy
  10. 'd have

Pag. 171

Es. 8

  1. which
  2. must
  3. which
  4. didn't exist
  5. wouldn't have
  6. didn't work
  7. would be
  8. who,that
  9. can't
  10. must
  11. which
  12. where
  13. supported
  14. 'd choose
  15. which

Es. 9

  1. where
  2. can't
  3. organised
  4. would donate
  5. 'd raise
  6. did
  7. might
  8. where
  9. must
  10. who,that
  11. did
  12. would be

Pag. 172

Es. 1

b

Es. 2

  1. 3
  2. 5
  3. 1
  4. 4
  5. 2

Pag. 173

Es. 4

  1. c
  2. b

Es. 5

  1. hard
  2. all types of people
  3. Iraq
  4. 25%
  5. clothes
  6. money

Es. 6

  1. F
  2. F
  3. F
  4. F
  5. T
  6. T

Es. 7

  1. b
  2. f
  3. d
  4. e
  5. a
  6. c

Pag. 174

Es. 1

  1. In spite of
  2. Even if
  3. although
  4. Though
  5. In spite of
  6. On the one hand
    On the other hand

Es. 2

  1. spite of
  2. even
  3. However
  4. Though
  5. However
  6. On the one hand
  7. On the other hand

Es. 3

  1. c
  2. e
  3. a
  4. f
  5. b
  6. d

Es. 4

  1. unemployed
  2. job
  3. arguments
  4. against
  5. argument
  6. favour
  7. unemployed
  8. waste
  9. even
  10. time
  11. job
  12. experience
  13. unemployed
  14. simple
  15. paid
  16. money
  17. However
  18. pays
  19. considered
  20. hand
  21. other
  22. wouldn't

Pag. 175

Es. 1

  1. fundraising
  2. research
  3. awareness
  4. that
  5. must
  6. difference
  7. cause
  8. was
  9. 'd do
  10. that
  11. paid
  12. 'd raise
  13. asked
  14. 'd give
  15. might
  16. would come
  17. did
  18. where
  19. can't
  20. who

Es. 2

  1. If you were the prime minister, what would you do to reduce homelessness?
  2. Where would you sleep if you were homeless?
  3. If some refugees came to your town how would you help them?
  4. If you wanted to volunteer for a charity, which charity would you work for?
  5. How much money would you donate to charity if you were a billionaire?
  6. If you were disabled, how would your life be different?

Pag. 180

Es. 2

  1. d
  2. a
  3. c
  4. f
  5. e
  6. b

Pag. 181

Es. 1

  1. N
  2. E
  3. E
  4. N
  5. E

Es. 2

  1. south of England
  2. the north of England
  3. on foot
  4. church
  5. strong
  6. Norman French

Es. 3

  1. king
  2. nobles
  3. knights
  4. peasants

Es. 4

  1. c
  2. a
  3. a
  4. b
  5. a

Pag. 194

Es. 2

  1. T
  2. F
  3. F
  4. T
  5. F
  6. F

Es. 5

  1. one
  2. country
  3. boy
  4. sister
  5. dad
  6. died


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