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Vocabulary:

Always think good things will happen.

optimistic

100

Vocabulary:

To speak too quietly and not clearly enough for a person to understand.

mumble

100

Vocabulary:

An item is not expensive. Most people have enough money to buy it.

affordable

100

Vocabulary:

Succeed in doing something.

achieve

100

Vocabulary:

Without intending to do something. 

by accident

200

Grammar:

My new bike was hard to ride at first, but I was/ got /get used to it quite quickly.

got

200

Grammar:

While I had played / played / was playing videogames, I heard a big crack of thunder.

was playing

200

Grammar:

I’ll have / am having a lemonade and a falafel wrap, please.

have

200

Grammar:

Heidi__________her final exams all of next month. (take)

will be taking

200

Grammar:

Ashley_____________her driver license exam tomorrow morning. (take)

will be taking

300

Vocabulary:

Happy that something unpleasant has not happened or has ended.

Relieved

300

Vocabulary:

Breathe out slowly and noisily, often when you are sad or relieved.

sigh

300

Vocabulary:

An area which is far away.

remote

300

Vocabulary:

Look for someone's bad qualities.

see the worst

300

Vocabulary:

Without telling anyone

in secret

400

Grammar:

How are you? I_________ (be) here in Holland for three weeks now.

have been 

400

Grammar:

I suddenly noticed that everyone_________ (look) at me.

was looking

400

Grammar:

The party______________next Friday at eight.

is 

400

Grammar:

For the next two weeks, you________how to dig for fossils and uncover buried mysteries. (learn)

will be learning  

400

Grammar:

At the lodge, we____________every night in a wooden hut. (sleep)

will be sleeping

500

Grammar:

My Dutch isn’t great, but I_________ (learn) a lot of new words.

have learnt / have learned

500

Grammar:

My pronunciation was terrible as I  __________ spoken German for a long time.

Correct the sentence.

My pronunciation was terrible as I hadn’t spoken  
German for a long time

500

Grammar:

 We ______________ (come) to live in New York!

are coming

500

Grammar:

We can’t wait until tomorrow. The tickets________out by then. (sell out)

will have sold

500

Grammar:

If you ___________ for fossils before, don’t worry, I'll show you. (look)

*negative form

have never looked /haven't looked

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