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100

VOCAB

1 Perhaps you get this from your parents every week?

2 This is the amount of money you allow yourself to spend over a period of time  


1 Allowance


2 Budget

100

VOCAB 1


1. Will you (sweep/fold) your clothes and 

(clear up/put them away)  before you go to bed, please? 


2. 

I’ve done the washing – can you (sort/load) it into separate piles of your clothes and your sister’s clothes? 

1. Fold and put them away.

2. sort

100

VOCAB 1
Match the words to make compound nouns. 


Driverless           Interactive        Wireless

Headphones           Car              Whiteboard

Driverless car, interactive whiteboard and wireless headphones.

100

VOCAB 1

1. I know I keep making mistakes. Thanks for being so (pessimistic/patient) with me. 


2. Sally will share her lunch with you if you forget yours; she’s really (generous/unreliable).

3.

Stop messing around in class – it’s so (insensitive/thoughtful) to others. 

100

VOCAB 1


1. I wasn’t happy with my coach’s (threat/response) to my letter of complaint. 

2. I don’t know what to buy Maria for her birthday and she hasn’t given me any (hint/rumour) about what she wants. 

3.I thought that your (confirmation/criticism) of the team’s performance was very unfair. 

200

VOCAB 2

1 You’ll never be financially independent/short of cash if you don’t get a job.

2 How much money did you pay off/take out of the bank today? 

3 She spent all her savings/bargains on a dream holiday to the Caribbean. 


1 independent

2 take out

3 savings

200

VOCAB 2 (ODD ONE OUT)


1.You can do this to your clothes.

put away/water/fold 

2. You can do this to a dishwasher. 

fix/sweep/load

1. water

2. sweep

200

VOCAB 2

When you put on a _____, it is like entering a whole new world. 

- fitness tracker, smartwatch, VR headset.


With a _______ you can keep your phone powered up even when you can’t get to an electric power source. 

- videogame console, portable charger, driverless car.


200

VOCAB 2 - Complete the sentences with the opposites of the adjectives 

1. It was very (generous) of you not to give your sister a present for her birthday. 

2. Danielle is really (bad-tempered) – nothing seems to upset her or make her angry. 

1. mean

2. easy-going

200

VOCAB 2


1. Have you read the (statement/proposal) for a new sports hall at school?

2. The football club released an official (statement/confession)about the behaviour of their new manager. 

3. We’re looking forward to the (rumour/update) on the progress the team has made so far. 



300

GRAMMAR 1


1.Perhaps we’ll meet up later.

We _________ later. (might) 


2. I think it’s very possible that Danny will forget to invite somebody.

 

Danny _______ to invite somebody. (well)

1.We might meet up later.

2. Danny may well forget to invite somebody.

300

GRAMMAR 1


Complete these sentences in passive:

1.Millions of domestic robots ____ (make) since the beginning of the century. 

2.The first successful robots _______(create) in Japan in the 1980s.



1. Have been made

2. Were created

300

GRAMMAR 1 - Present perfect simple and continuous


1. I’ve ______(think) – we should get a new computer.

2. Have you _______ (wait) here for long?

3. Sorry, I haven’t _____ (finish) my homework yet.






300

GRAMMAR 1 - Write sentences using the zero or first conditional.

1. you / lend / me your bicycle, / I / give / it back this afternoon

2. Sara / eat / peanuts, / she / get / really ill 

3.not go / to school / you / feel / ill 

1 If you lend me your bicycle, I’ll give it back this afternoon.

2 If Sara eats peanuts, she gets really ill.

3 Do not go to school if you feel ill.

300

GRAMMAR 1
Choose the correct statement.

1Ivan said that he had been at the gym.

A ‘I’m at the gym.’
B ‘I’ve been at the gym.’


2He claimed that nobody played the game better than he did.

A ‘Nobody plays the game better than I do.’
B ‘Nobody is playing the game better than I am.’


3‘I’ll help you pack.’

A She said she helped him pack.
B She said she would help him pack.


4He said he was practising for the following week’s match.

A ‘I was practising for the following week’s match.’
B ‘I’m practising for next week’s match.’


5‘Hockey is a very physical sport.’

A Alys said that hockey is a very physical sport.
B Alys said that hockey had been a very physical sport.



B
A
B
B
A

400

GRAMMAR 2

1. I will watch/will be watching that new show on TV at 8.15 tonight. 

2. I don’t think this new product will sell/will be selling very well. 

1. will be watching

2. will sell

400

GRAMMAR 2
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given.

1. Somebody told me these computers were cheap! (WAS)


2. They won’t allow you to go out if you don’t eat your dinner. (ALLOWED)

 

1. I was told that these computers were cheap. 

2. 

If you don’t eat your dinner, you won't be allowed to go out. 

400

GRAMMAR 2 - Write sentences in the present perfect continuous. 

1. You / play / that game / for hours / !

2 We need to find out what / cause / the computer to crash

3 she / cry / for long / ?



400

GRAMMAR 2 - Correct the mistake


1. If we stay in the Swan Hotel, we eat there.

2. If you want to visit the sights, you will go to the ‘White Tower.’  

1. If we stay in the Swan Hotel, we’ll eat there. 

2. If you want to visit the sights, go to the ‘White Tower.’ 

400

GRAMMAR 2 

Rewrite the direct speech statements in reported speech.

1. 'I’ve decided to start taking driving lessons.'
Laura said_________


2. 'I’m feeling exhausted after all that running.'

Hannah complained _________

3.
‘They’ll play much better with a new manager.'
Peter argued _______ 

500

VOCAB EXTRA


Use "a/the____ number":


1. The number of students is getting bigger.

There is a ________  of students.


2. Nobody is allowed to buy more than two tickets.

Two is the _______ of tickets anyone is allowed to buy.


1. growing/increasing

2. maximum

500

EXTRA VOCAB
Complete the sentences with the correct form of make, let or be allowed to. 


1. Sophia’s parents ____ her buy whatever clothes she likes. 

2. My parents ______ my little brother brush his teeth before he goes to bed.

3. ____ you sometimes _______eat your dinner in front of the TV?




1. Let

2. Make

3. Are __ allowed to

500

VOCAB EXTRA - Adjective suffixes

Turn these words into adjectives:

-Enjoy
-Thought
-Impress
-End
-Danger

500

VOCAB EXTRA - (noun/adj suffixes) Correct the mistake

1 She doesn’t want to be involved in the organised of the party, but she wants to be invited.

2 It takes a lot of strong to be able to lift your own body weight.


1. organisation

2. strength

500

Choose the best reporting verb to report each statement.  (beg, reveal, admit, confirm)

1.The rumours are true. I have resigned as manager of the team.

2. Please, please, give me one more chance. 

3. Yes, it was me who forgot to inform the referee that the match was cancelled. 

4. Nobody knows this yet – our new signing cost us €5 million.

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