NOTES /SOLVED EXERCISES: FULL BLAST 5 KSA EDITION STUDENT’S BOOK (INTERMEDIATE (المتوسطۃ) STAGE) 2016-17 (INCLUDING WORKBOOK & GRAMMAR BOOK)

NOTES /SOLVED EXERCISES:

 FULL BLAST 5 KSA EDITION STUDENT’S BOOK

(INTERMEDIATE (المتوسطۃ) STAGE) 2016-17

 (INCLUDING WORKBOOK & GRAMMAR BOOK)

 

1 ROUND-UP P: 16 VOCABULARY

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. Those leans are too spotted / baggy. I think you should get a smaller size.
  3. Danny goes / does aerobics on Mondays and Wednesdays.
  4. Andy’s got a huge collection / patchwork of stamps.
  5. Ali agrees /disagrees with Hassan, so he’s trying to change his mind.
  6. Steve is very kind / selfish. He never thinks about other people.
  7. in my style /opinion, doing athletics is boring.
ANSWERS:

1. baggy

2. does

3. collection

4. disagrees

5. selfish

6. opinion

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH PREPOSITIONS.
  2. You can rely—————– me for help. All you have to do is ask.
  3. Paul wants to take—————- pottery lessons.
  4. My neighbour is very fond —————–cats. He’s got ten!
  5. Mark and I are really——————- snowboarding.
  6. Lets go cheer John ———————–. He looks very upset.
ANSWERS:

1. on

2. up

3. of

4. into

5. up

GRAMMAR

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PRESENT SIMPLE OR THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. Abdullah and l —————————— (play) football at the local stadium tomorrow.
  3. A: you—————————— (fight) with your brother?

B: Yes, a lot. He’s very stubborn and he —————————— (not listen) to me.

  1. Look! Jack —————————— (not share) his toys again. He—————————— (hate) playing with other kids.
  2. My younger sister often—————————— (copy) me. She—————————— (want) to be just like me.
ANSWERS:

1. are playing

2. Do…fight, doesn’t listen

3. isn’t sharing, hates

4. copies, wants

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE CORRECT FORM OF THE WORDS IN BRACKETS.
  2. Peter is the ———————– (quicktempered) student in the class. Nobody likes hanging out with him.
  3. Skateboarding is ————————- (boring) than snowboarding.
  4. Cycling isn’t as ——————— (extreme) as mountain biking.
  5. Mark didn’t study as ——————— (much) as Keith did for the exam, so he didn’t do as ————————-(good) as Keith did.
ANSWERS:

1. most quick-tempered

2. more boring

3. extreme

4. much, well

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. There are no /nothing formal clothes in this shop.
  3. Everyone / Someone rang for you last night. l cant remember his name, though.
  4. I’ve got anything / nothing to wear. All my clothes are too small.
  5. Everyone/ Everywhere in my class likes History. We love it.
  6. Have you seen my mobile somewhere / anywhere?
  7. I’m looking for someone/ everyone to help me with my homework.
  8. Don’t forget to buy some / any cheese tomorrow.
ANSWERS:

1. no

2. Someone

3. nothing

4. Everyone

5. anywhere

6. someone

7. some

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. When l was young, l used to / used make model planes but now l don‘t.
  3. A: Did you use to visit / visit your grandparents last weekend?

B: No. l used to visit / visited them yesterday.

  1. My sister didn’t use / used to watch documentaries. but now she does.
  2. A: Did your parents used / use to travel abroad in the past?

B: Yes, they did.

ANSWERS:

1. used to

2. visit, visited

3. use

4. use

COMMUNICATION

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE SENTENCES A-E. THEN LISTEN AND CHECK YOUR ANSWERS.
  2. That would be great.
  3. l can’t make it.
  4. What are you up to?
  5. How’s it going?
  6. Do you want to come along?

ROB: Hey Tom. (1)—————–

TOM: Great! (2)———————

ROB : Nothing much. I’m going to play basketball with Jeff. (3)——————–

TOM: Sure, why not? l used to play basketball every day.

ROB : Yeah, l remember. Why don’t you play any more?

TOM: Well, I started a pottery course and I’ve  been very busy. I’ve made lots of things. Why don’t you come round and see my works of art on Thursday afternoon?

ROB :(4) ——————–l have other plans.

TOM: How about on Friday afternoon?

ROB :(5) ————————

ANSWERS:

1. d

2. c

3. e

4. b

5. a

 

 

 

 

2 ROUND-UP P: 30             VOCABULARY

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. The weight / height of this building is about 600 metres.
  3. My father drove us to the mountain to admire the beautiful architecture / landscape.
  4. My mother never allows / lets me to stay out after 9pm.
  5. Frank has shown great improve / improvement lately.
  6. Yanbu is a popular holiday destination /entertainment.
  7. Peter complained / reacted very well to the news.
  8. We had a(n) dull / unforgettable time in Jeddah. Let’s go again next summer.
  9. l drink one tonne / litre of water a day.
ANSWERS:

1. height

2. landscape

3. allows

4. improvement

5. destination

6. reacted

7. unforgettable

8. litre

 

  1. MATCH.
1. let somebody

2. play

3. make

4. pull

5. make up

a. some one’s leg

b. one’s mind

c. a difference

d. know

e. a joke on somebody

ANSWERS:

1. d

2. e

3. c

4. a

5. b

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GRAMMAR

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH WHO, WHICH, THAT OR WHERE. IT THEY CAN BE OMITTED, PUT THEM IN BRACKETS.
  2. The cookbook ——————— you bought me is great.
  3. That’s the man——————— teaches English in my school.
  4. This is the area ——————— they are going to build a new college.
  5. Mrs Roberts is the person——————— l want to speak to.
  6. The neighbourhood——————— l live is very quiet.
  7. Mr Stevens is the man——————— has that red motorbike.
  8. That’s the shopping centre——————— I saw your cousin yesterday.
ANSWERS:

1. (which / that)

2. who / that

3. where

4. (who / that)

5. where

6. who / that

7. where

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. When we go to Egypt, we ——————— (see) the Pyramids.
  3. Mr Smith ——————— (call) the police if his neighbours ——————— (make) noise again.
  4. Unless you hurry up, we——————— (miss) the train.
  5. lf you ——————— (not attend) all your classes, you ——————— (not do) well.
  6. Dad will come home soon. As soon as he ——————— (realise) what has happened, he (get) very angry.
  7. We won’t go to the wedding unless they ——————— (invite) us.
ANSWERS:

1. will see

2. will call, make

3. will miss

4. don’t attend, won’t do

5. realises, will get

6. invite

 

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH ALL, BOTH, NEITHER, NONE OR EITHER.
  2. A: Which book do you want to read? The poetry book or the biography?
  3. ——————l don’t mind.
  4. This country’s full of fascinating ancient ruins. ——————– of them are worth seeing.
  5. l don’t like the Rich Café or the Blue Cafe. ——————- of them are cozy.
  6. Ken and Frank did some beautiful paintings.

———————– of them were happy when they won an award.

  1. There are many tall students in my school, but ———————- of them are as tall as Ameen.
  2. l have five cousins and———————- of them are university students.
ANSWERS:

1. Either

2. All

3. Neither

4. Both

5. none

6. all

 

COMMUNICATION

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE SENTENCES A-E. THEN LISTEN AND CHECK YOUR ANSWERS.
  2. if we walk, we’ll really see the city.
  3. You know what?
  4. Forget it.
  5. I’ve heard that they’re both impressive.
  6. Are you serious?

JEFF: Do you want to visit the palace or the National park first?

FRED: Either. (1) ———————–

JEFF: (2) ———————– Let’s go to the palace first. We can walk there.

FRED: OK. How far is it?

JEFF: About forty minutes on foot.

FRED: What? (3) ———————–

JEFF: Hey! Don’t worry! (4) ———————– We’ll see places that this travel book doesn’t mention.

FRED:  (5) ———————– I’m not walking for forty minutes.

ANSWERS:

1. d

2. b

3. e

4. a

5. c

3 ROUND-UP P: 44            VOCABULARY

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. Does the tour include / produce a visit to an art gallery?
  3. When Dan grows up, he wants to become a(n) robot / astronaut.
  4. The official / foreign language of Saudi Arabia is Arabic.
  5. There’s no need to panic / affect. Everything is going to be OK.
  6. There’s not enough soup in the plate / bowl.
  7. I need the frying pan I saucepan to boil water for the pasta.
  8. Roast/ Melt the chicken for 45 minutes.
  9. l think you should communicate / apologise for being rude.
ANSWERS:

1. include

2. astronaut

3. official

4. panic

5. bowl

6. saucepan

7. Roast

8. apologise

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH PREPOSITIONS.
  2. A: We’re going camping next weekend. Do you want to come?

B: Of course. Count me ———————–.

  1. I’m really looking forward———————– meeting your cousins from Canada.
  2. l need to revise———————– my History exam.
  3. Ameen came———————– with the best idea.
  4. Look———————– ! You almost hit that car.
  5. Jack didn’t do well ———————–his Geography test.
  6. Make sure you keep ———————–touch when you move to Jeddah.
  7. l was tidying my wardrobe when l came———————– 20 euros.
ANSWERS:

1. in

2. to

3. for

4. up

5. out

6. in

7. in

8. across

GRAMMAR

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. Helen and Fay———————– (look after) our children many times in the past.
  3. Andy———————– (miss) three English lessons so far.
  4. l ———————– (not meet) your father before. Who is he?
  5. Max ———————– (work) on many paintings

but he ———————– (not show) them to anyone yet.

  1. We ———————– (not attend) the course yet. lt starts next week.
ANSWERS:

1. have looked after

2. has missed

3. haven’t met

4. has worked, hasn’t shown

5. haven’t attended

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE OR THE PAST SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. Ali ———————– (fall) asleep an hour ago.
  3. A: ——————— Kareem and Jameel. ——————– (travel) abroad before?

B: Yes. They ———————– (go) to Dubai last year.

A: l see. l ———————– (be) to Malaysia twice. It’s a beautiful country.

  1. A: ———————–you———————– (discuss) the problem. with your cousin yesterday?

B: No, I———————– (not see) him since the day we ___________ (visit) him.

  1. Derek ———————– (never/try) spicy food before, but he wants to try it.
ANSWERS:

1. fell

2. Have…travelled, went, have been

3. Did…discuss, haven’t seen, visited

4. has never tried

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. That car has been here since /for yesterday morning. Is it yours?
  3. Frank and Tom met three years ago/ before at a baseball game.
  4. I’ve never / ever failed an exam in my life.
  5. Husain and l have been friends for / since five years.
  6. Bob hasn’t returned already / yet. He’s still in Italy.
ANSWERS:

1. since

2. ago

3. never

4. for

5. yet

 

COMMUNICATION

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE SENTENCES a-e. THEN LISTEN AND CHECK YOUR ANSWERS.
  2. l doubt it.
  3. What have you been up to lately?
  4. Big deal!
  5. l just can’t wait till it’s over.
  6. How’s life?

A: Hey. Tim. (1) ———————–

B: Not bad. (2) ———————–

A: Practice, practice and more practice. I’ve never trained so much before. The whole team is really nervous because the first match is coming up.

B: (3) ———————– Your team is the best. You guys will probably win first place again this year.

A: (4) ———————– l don’t think were ready this time.

B: Come on now.

A: (5)————————–

B: That’s not like you.

ANSWERS:

1. e

2. b

3. c

4. a

5. d

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4  ROUND-UP P: 58          VOCABULARY

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. The fire completely destroyed / attacked our house, but luckily everyone rescued / survived.
  3. We were shocked / shocking when we heard that a fire had broken / put out in our neighbourhood.
  4. Can you bring some trunk wood over here? I want to light a fire. I think the degree / temperature is dropping.
  5. The earthquake was very strong and as a result / as well as lots of buildings drowned / collapsed.
  6. Jake got on the motorbike behind his father and held / handed on tight.
  7. We were walking quietly through the forest, trying not to warn / disturb the birds. Suddenly, Vincent made a noise and scared / flew them away.
  8. When I went rock climbing last week, I nearly fell off a cliff / an edge. It was a frightened /frightening experience.
ANSWERS:

1. destroyed, survived

2. shocked, broken

3. wood, temperature

4. as a result, collapsed

5. held

6. disturb, scared

7. a cliff, frightening

 

GRAMMAR

  1. COMPLETE WITH QUESTION TAGS.
  2. The house by the river flooded, ————– ?
  3. Wear a life jacket, ————– ?
  4. Let’s explore the woods, ————–?
  5. Ian doesn’t get seasick, ————–?
  6. The kids won’t go out in the storm, ————– ?
ANSWERS:

1. didn’t it

2. will you

3. shall we

4. does he

5. will they

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PAST SIMPLE OR THE PAST PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. As Kelly ——————– (clean) the bird cage, her parrot—————— (escape).
  3. The man ———————– (hide) in the woods when the police ———————– (find) him.
  4. While I———————– (sit) on a branch in a tree, it (break) and I———————– (fall).

Luckily, I———————–  (not break) anything.

  1. As soon as Mrs Robins ———————– (see) the snake in the classroom, she ———————– (faint).
ANSWERS:

1. was cleaning, escaped

2. was hiding, found

3. was sitting, broke, fell, didn’t break

4. saw, fainted

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PAST SIMPLE OR THE PAST PERFECT SIMPLE

OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.

  1. By the time the volcano ———————— (erupt), everyone ———————— (evacuate) the town.
  2. We ———————— (realise) that we (not have) any money on us after we ———————— (leave) the house.
  3. Yesterday, Ameer ———————— (go) to the zoo. He ———————— (not be) there before.
  4. lt was quite a long flight. By the time the plane ———————— (land), we————— (read) three books.
ANSWERS:

1. erupted, had evacuated

2. realised, didn’t have, had left

3. went, hadn’t been

4. landed, had read

 

  1. CHOOSE a, b or c.
  2. lf you walk ————————the lake, you’ll see a beautiful castle on a hill.
  3. clown b. towards c. across
  4. My brother kept waking up————— the night. He was having nightmares.
  5. At b. Since c. During
  6. Oh my! l think there’s an animal ———-that bush! Run!
  7. behind b. between c. over
  8. We had to stop the car because smoke was coming ———————the engine.
  9. out of b. through c. off
  10. The hikers waited——————– the storm ended and then continued.
  11. for b. after c. till
ANSWERS:

1. b

2. c

3. a

4. a

5. c

 

COMMUNICATION

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE SENTENCES A-F. THERE ARE TWO EXTRA SENTENCES WHICH YOU DO NOT NEED TO USE. THEN LISTEN AND CHECK YOUR ANSWERS.
  2. l dropped it by accident.
  3. That was a close shave.
  4. l couldn’t believe my eyes!
  5. Give me a hand.
  6. You’re just in time.
  7. So, no messing around.

JIM Hey, Mark! (1) ————————-

MARK Sure. What’s in here?

JIM Glasses. (2) ————————-

MARK OK. I’ll be very careful. It’s heavy.

JIM l know, so… Look out!

MARK Sorry! (3) ————————-

JIM l don’t believe it! l told you! Let’s open the box and check…

MARK Did anything break?

JIM No, they’re all fine. (4) ————————-These are my favourite glasses.

ANSWERS:

1. d

2. f

3. a

4. b

 

 

WORKBOOK

1 ROUND-UP P: 85

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. Hey, do you want to come round / along / about my house on Thursday night?
  3. Let me show you my new skateboard change / trick / style.
  4. Adrian is the best basketball player in the class because he creates / teaches / practises every day.
  5. l have to say, l am a big interest / fond / fan of your work.
  6. One day, Hamid wants to become a(n) professional / extreme / baggy carpenter.
  7. The clothes you’re wearing don’t match / share / agree at all.
  8. Alex made a beautiful vase in his rug making / pottery / sewing class.
  9. Don’t worry, you can rely / turn / hold on me. I’ll help you with your problem.
ANSWERS:

1. round

2. trick

3. practises

4. fan

5. professional

6. match

7. pottery

8. rely

 

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE PRESENT SIMPLE OR THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.

Dan Bill, what (1) ——————— you ——————————–(wear)?

Bill My new T-shirt. (2) ———————  you ——————— (like) it?

Dan Yes, but what are those on your feet?

Bill Oh, those.

Dan They are MY new shoes!

Bill Calm down. Why (3)——————— you (shout)———————— at me?

Dan Because you (4) ————————(take) my things without asking.

Bill I’m sorry but you (5)—————— (not go) out tonight

so you (6) ?.———————-  (not need) them.

Dan l know. It’s just polite to ask.

Bill OK. Can l borrow your shoes?

Dan No, you can’t.

ANSWERS:

1. are…wearing

2. Do…like

3. are…shouting

4. take

5. aren’t going

6. don’t need

 

  1. WRITE SENTENCES USING THE PROMPTS. USE THE PRESENT SIMPLE, THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE OR THE PAST SIMPLE.

1- Rick / not listen / news / very often

2- what time / you / go jogging / yesterday / ?

3- you / go / art exhibition / next weekend / ?

4- Steven / wear / baggy jeans / at the moment

5- Thomas /live / South Africa / when / be / young

ANSWERS:

1. Rick doesn’t listen to the news very often.

2. What time did you go jogging yesterday?

3. Are you going to an art exhibition next weekend?

4. Steven is wearing baggy jeans at the moment.

5. Thomas lived in South Africa when he was young.

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE WORDS IN THE BOX.

Everything – no – some-nobody- anyone-something- somewhere

  1. I walked into the room but —————— was there.
  2. Tom bought a new laptop but there are—————— good games on it.
  3. I think my mobile is—————— in the kitchen.
  4. Does—————— know how to speak French?
  5. I need some new clothes. —————— I have is out of fashion.
  6. Do you want to do —————— at the weekend?
  7. We don’t need to cook. There’s ———————–chicken in the fridge.
ANSWERS:

1. nobody

2. no

3. somewhere

4. anyone

5. Everything

6. something

7. some

  1. REWRITE THE SENTENCES USING THE WORDS GIVEN.
  2. These jeans aren’t as baggy as those trousers. (Than)

Those trousers—————————————————————————————-

  1. Wayne is more outgoing than Alan. (Isn’t )

Alan—————————————————————————————————-

  1. I don’t think we’ll find a more interesting documentary than this one. (most)

I think this documentary—————————————————————————-

  1. Skysurfing is more dangerous than snowboarding. (as)

Snowboarding—————————————————————————————–

  1. Both Brad and Conner are quick-tempered. (As)

———————————————————————————————————-

ANSWERS:

1. are baggier than these jeans.

2. isn’t as outgoing as Wayne.

3. is the most interesting we’ll find.

4. isn’t as dangerous as skysurfing.

5. Brad is as quick-tempered as Conner.

 

  1. CHOOSE a, b or c.
  2. A: What are you up to?

B: ———————–

  1. I do karate. b. Nothing much. c. I get it.
  2. A: Do you fancy playing basketball this afternoon?

B: Sorry,———————-

  1. I have other plans b. I’ll get hold of you c. I’ll come round
  2. A: What do you think of my new laptop?

B:————————-

  1. It would be great b. It’s out of this world c. I can’t make it.
  2. A: Do you like Drake?
  3. We get along OK b. I made a decision c. He’s cheered up
  4. A: Hey, let’s go camping at the weekend.

B:———————-

  1. I changed my mind b. What are we like? c. Sure, why not?
  2. A: Do you like pottery?

B: ———————- but not any more.

  1. l enjoy it b. l didn’t enjoy it c. l used to I enjoy it
ANSWERS:

1. b

2. a

3. b

4. a

5. c

6. c

 

  1. READ THE TEXT AND WRITE T FOR TRUE, F FOR FALSE OR NM FOR NOT MENTIONED

HAVE A BALL

           ln 1994 two New Zealanders, Dwane van der Sluis and Andrew  Akers, created a new adventure activity. They designed a big plastic ball and called it a zorb. That’s when zorbing began! It’s very easy. All you do is get inside the ball and then somebody rolls you along the ground or down a hill. Don’t worry. It’s not as dangerous as it seems because the zorb is made of soft plastic and is full of air.

From the very beginning, people enjoyed zorbing and soon it became a very popular free-time activity. Today, you can go zorbing in many countries around the world and there are different kinds of zorbing. You can get in a water ball and roll across a lake or the sea. Or you can even get in a zorb and let huge fans blow you into the air. Some zorbs are big and strong enough for up to three people,

but you can also ride alone!

  1. The people who designed the zorb were famous designers.
  2. A person who goes zorbing is called a zorb.
  3. Zorbing is safer than it looks.
  4. It’s easy to make a zorb.
  5. Zorbing became popular at the beginning of the twentieth century.
  6. You can even go zorbing on a lake if you want.
  7. You don’t have to go zorbing on your own.
ANSWERS:

1. NM

2. F

3. T

4. NM

5. F

6. T

 

 

 

 

2  ROUND-UP P: 97-98

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. What’s the distance / height from Paris to London?
  3. The weather let / ruined our picnic plans.
  4. I really encourage / regret renting this flat. It’s very expensive.
  5. This Maths problem is a bit difficult. Let me explain / continue it to you.
  6. Annie has made great improvement /achievement at school this year.
  7. A: Did you realise / notice Tony’s shirt today?

B: Why? What was wrong with it?

  1. We had an unforgettable/ impressive time in South Africa.
  2. It was a difficult appointment / task, but someone had to do it.
ANSWERS:

1. distance

2. ruined

TM 65

3. regret

4. explain

5. improvement

6. notice

7. unforgettable

8. task

 

  1. MATCH.
1. holiday

2. city

3. bicycle

4. prime

5. ancient

a. minister

b. ruins

c. council

d. lane

e. destination

ANSWERS:

1. e

2. c

3. d

4. a

5. b

 

 

 

 

 

  1. COMPLETE THE EMAIL WITH WHO, WHICH, THAT OR WHERE. IT THEY CAN BE OMITTED, PUT THEM IN BRACKETS.

Hey Jack,

What’s up? Guess what! Next week I’m going to Dawson National Park. Remember my friend, Steve? His dad works and he’s going to show us around. Steve’s clad is the man (1)——————— drives around and makes the trees are healthy. The park’s got an area (2) ——————you can find some of the tallest trees in Cool, right? Oh. there’s also a waterfall and a lake (3)——————- are right in the middle of the l hope we can go swimming there. I’m going to take the camera (4)——————– my parents got me last and take loads of pictures. Maybe I‘ll put them on the website (5)——————- I’m making about the – It’ll make it look really professional.

all for now.

you soon.

 

  1. READ THE SENTENCES. THEN REWRITE THEM USING THE WORDS GIVEN.
  2. I will get home. Then I will ring you. As soon as

 

  1. It might rain tomorrow, so I might not visit the Grand Canyon. If

 

  1. If Ken doesn’t clean up the garden, I will get very angry. Unless

 

  1. Do you want to go skateboarding? Go to the park! If

 

  1. First I will visit the square. Then I will go to the lake. Before

 

  1. Give me back my mobile or I’ll never talk to you again! Unless

 

  1. My best friend will come. Then we’ll study for the test. when

 

ANSWERS:

1. As soon as I get home, I will ring you./ I will ring you as soon as I get home.

2. If it rains tomorrow, I might not visit the Grand Canyon.

3. I will get very angry unless Ken cleans up the garden.

4. If you want to go skateboarding, go to the park!

5. I will visit the square before I go to the lake.

6. I’ll never talk to you again unless you give me back my mobile.

7. When my best friend comes, we’ll study for the test.

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH BOTH, ALL, NEITHER, NONE OR EITHER.

William Do you want to order from Pizza Palace or China Town?

Richard (1)——————- . I don’t mind.

William Well, (2)—————– of them have got good food. but Pizza Palace is closer. and I’m very hungry.

Richard Pizza it is then.

William Here’s the menu.

Richard Mmmm. (3)——————— the pizzas sound delicious.

William Yeah, there are loads here. But (4)———————- of them have chicken.

Richard So what? l hate chicken on pizza.

William l thought you liked chicken. OK. then, let’s just get something with mushrooms. There are two pizzas with mushrooms here, but (5)——————- -of them sound very nice.

Richard How about Chinese then?

ANSWERS:

1. Either

2. both

3. All

4. none

5. neither

 

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE PHRASES a-d.
  2. at the same time
  3. the whole city is a work of art
  4. in public places
  5. it wasn’t very successful

A: What do you think about art 1)——————-?

B: Do you mean open-air museums?

A: That’s right.

B: l think they are great. You know, my city, Jeddah, is famous for its open-air art.

A: l know. They say that 2)——————–. I would love to visit it some time.

B: You should. l think it’s great for visitors to walk around the city and admire art 3) ————————–.

A: I agree. My city has lots of art exhibitions.

B: Really? What kind?

A: Well, for example, last year, to encourage people to recycle, they organised a recycled art competition.

But 4)————————. Not a lot of people took part.

ANSWERS:

1. c

2. b

3. a

4. d

 

  1. READ THE INFORMATION ABOUT A TRIP AND THE E-MAIL BELOW IT. THEN COMPLETE MR TAYLOR’S NOTES

 

Dear Mr Taylor,

We need to make a few changes in our plans. The date will stay the same. But Dr Gillian Stevens can’t make it so the topic won’t be Ancient Egyptian Art. Fortunately. Dr Bill Porter is free. He can give the tour, but he will talk about Ancient Greek Art instead. He will meet you outside the museum shop which is near the entrance at half past eight. l think if you leave at half past seven, you will arrive on time. Please inform your students about the changes. If you have any questions, call me.

Mr Healy

Head teacher

Date:

Coach will leave at:

Name of person to meet:

Museum meeting time:

Museum meeting place:

T0PIC:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 ROUND-UP P:108

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE WORDS IN THE BOX.

(revise – panic – official training – available – extra- overcook – curious)

  1. What sort of————————– do you need to become a camp leader?
  2. Mason was————————— to find out where Paul was going.
  3. What’s the————————- language of China?
  4. This dish only needs twenty minutes in the oven. so don’t————————- it.
  5. I probably failed because l didn’t————————— enough.
  6. For accommodation, you have to pay—————————– .
  7. This is the only room ———————–in the whole hotel.
  8. Don’t ———————— I’m sure we’ll find a way out of this.
ANSWERS:

1. training

2. curious

3. official

4. overcook

5. revise

6. extra

7. available

8. panic

 

B.CHOOSE a or b.

  1. This bag doesn’t have a—————– on it. How much is it?
  2. cost b. price
  3. Did you ——————to Mark for breaking his mobile?
  4. discuss b. apologise
  5. Every Thursday, l go for my ——————- walk in the forest.
  6. weekly b. monthly
  7. Could you get me a——————– so l can cut this bread?
  8. fork b. knife
  9. Put the butter in the saucepan and —————-it until it melts.
  10. cool b. heat
  11. How do dolphins—————— with each other?
  12. communicate b. stare
ANSWERS:

1. b

2. b

3. a

4. b

5. b

6. a

  1. MAKE SENTENCES. USE THE PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE AND THE PROMPTS GIVEN.
  2. The dessert / already I be / fridge / for / an hour
  3. I / not discuss / situation / my parents / yet
  4. We / be / here / waiting for the train / since / nine o’clock
  5. My sister / send / three e-mails / so far
  6. l / never / beat / egg / before
  7. The fire alarm / go off / three times / since / this morning
ANSWERS:

1. The dessert has already been in the fridge for an hour.

2. I haven’t discussed the situation with my parents yet.

3. We have been here waiting for the train since nine o’clock.

4. My sister has sent me three e-mails so far.

5. I have never beaten an egg before.

6. The fire alarm has gone off three times since this morning.

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PAST SIMPLE OR THE PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN THE BOX.

train -not say- attend- look – not come – step not do

  1. The school basketball team———————- for three hours yesterday evening.
  2. ——————-you———————– after someone’s pet before?
  3. Adele——————- well in an exam for months.
  4. Someone ——————-on my foot on the bus this morning. but I——————- anything.
  5. Wayne———————– up with many interesting ideas so far.
  6. ———————-Alexi——————- all his classes last week?

 

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE PAST SIMPLE OR THE PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.

Bill Tom. you (1)——————– (be) in front of that computer all afternoon. What are you doing?

Tom Gary (2)———————— (send) me an e-mail yesterday, and |‘m just replying.

Bill Gary? He’s the one who (3) ——————-(move) to New York last year, right?

Tom Yes. he (4)———————– (be) there since last July.

Bill Why are you writing such a long e-mail?

Tom He has some problems at school and he wants some advice.

Bill I see. (5) ——————you ———————-(finish) yet?

Tom Almost. Do you need the computer?

Bill Yeah, I (6) ———————-(see) this ad for a new computer shop this morning and l want to check out the website

Tom OK, I’ll let you know when l finish.

Bill Thanks.

ANSWERS:

1. have been

2. sent

3. moved

4. has been

5. Have…finished

6. saw

 

  1. MATCH.
1. How’s life?

2. Why do some people wash their cars every week?

3. Some friends and i are going skiing at the weekend.

4. Do you think Stephen will lend me 1000 euros?

5. I walked all the way home from the city centre last week.

6. Do you mind if i have a go?

a. Beats me. I don’t think it’s necessary.

b. i doubt it.

c. It’s great

d. Not at all

e. Count me in, too.

f. Big deal. I do that every day.

ANSWERS:

1. c

2. a

3. e

4. b

5. f

6. d

 

 

  1. READ THE INTERVIEW WITH A CAMP LEADER AND MATCH THE QUESTIONS WITH THE ANSWERS.
  2. How long have you worked as a camp leader?

Answer:

  1. Have you had any problems since the camp opened?

Answer:

  1. Why did you open up a camp?

Answer:

  1. How did you decide what kind of camp you wanted to open?

Answer:

ANSWERS:

1. c

2. a

3. d

4. b

CAMPXTREME

We interviewed Alan King, the camp leader of the most popular summer camp in the country.

 

  1. Ten years ago. I spent three weeks at a summer camp and had the best time of my life. I remember every day I was there, and I still have friends from then. So, I decided I wanted other children to have the same experience as me.
  2. Well, after I left school, I worked at a few summer camps. I wasn’t a camp leader then and I didn’t get any money for it, but I learnt what a good leader needs to do. So, when I opened my own summer camp, I was ready to become one. Since then I’ve organised lots of unforgettable activities. The kids love it!
  3. It was actually very easy. All I did was think about what kids want from a summer camp. They want adventure I and exciting activities. They want to go home and say ‘You won’t believe what I did!’ So, extreme sports was the best Idea.
  4. lots of kids have come to my camp, and I rarely hear any kids or parents complain. In fact, the only trouble I have is when there are too many kids who want to join. Unfortunately. I have to tell them to come back the following year and, of course, they aren’t very happy with the news.
ANSWERS:

1. c

2. a

3. d

4. b

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 ROUND-UP P:120

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE WORDS IN THE BOX.

survive – smoke – storm – death – homeless- rubble – engine – relieved

  1. The rescue team found two more people under the ——————this morning.
  2. The ————————–caused serious damage to our house.
  3. Kareem got into his car, started the—————————- and drove away.
  4. ———————–is coming out of the volcano. Run!
  5. Oliver started crying when he heard about his grandfathers ——————.
  6. Unfortunately, most of the villagers didn’t————————- the tsunami.
  7. l was——————– when l learnt that everybody had survived.
  8. There are lots of ———————people in big cities today.
ANSWERS:

1. rubble

2. storm

3. engine

4. Smoke

5. death

6. survive

7. relieved

8. homeless

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. The sky is full of black soil / clouds. It’s not a good idea to go to the park today.
  3. When we got to the top of the hill, we could feel the wind attacking / blowing.
  4. The only resident / survivor of the accident was a thirteen-year-old boy.
  5. There are too many unknown / useful words in this text. l can’t understand it.
  6. Let’s store / trap all these boxes in the garage.
  7. We should cut the grass / root in the garden because it looks awful.
  8. I don’t remember the exact / massive time our plane leaves.
  9. l had a terrible nightmare / damage last night and I’m still thinking about it.
ANSWERS:

1. clouds

2. blowing

3. survivor

4. unknown

5. store

6. grass

7. exact

8. nightmare

 

  1. CHOOSE a, b or c.
  2. Who’s that man sitting to Josh?
  3. opposite b. next c. between
  4. You haven’t done any housework last weekend. Why don’t you help me?
  5. from b. since c. for
  6. When I saw that strange man coming me. I got a bit scared.
  7. towards b. up c. over
  8. The bank is ___ my house It’s about five minutes on foot.
  9. near b. next c. behind
  10. What happened ____ the accident?
  11. after b. for c. into
  12. Don’t go ____ that hut. It’s dangerous!
  13. over b. into c. across
  14. Did you see the man who just went ? He’s my

History teacher.

  1. along b. past c. from
ANSWERS:

1. b

2. b

3. a

4. a

5. a

6. b

7. b

 

  1. COMPLETE THE TEXT WITH THE PAST SIMPLE OR THE PAST PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.

Last weekend my brother and l (1) _________ (visit) our cousin who lives in the countryside. While my aunt (2)________ (prepare) lunch,  we  (3)__________ (decide) to go outside. We (4) _____________ (walk) through the forest when we (5) ______ (see) a tree with a very strange trunk. it (6)_____________ (look) very old and I really (7) ______ (want) to climb it. As l (8) (climb) up the tree, I (9) ____________ (hear) my brother shouting ‘Be careful, a snake!’ l (10) ____________(be) terrified and l (11) ________ (let) go of the trunk and (12) is (land) on the ground. Unfortunately, l (13)————– (hurt) my leg. The next morning. while the others (14) ____________ (play) football in the garden, l (15) ——————–(sit) inside and just looking at them from the window because my leg hurt.

ANSWERS:

1. visited

2. was preparing

3. decided

4. were walking

5. saw

6. looked

7. wanted

8. was climbing

9. heard

10. was

11. let

12. landed

13. hurt

14. were playing

15. was sitting

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE PAST SIMPLE OR THE PAST PERFECT SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. Daniel’s dad was upset because Daniel ———————–(not do) his homework by the time he ————————–(return) home.
  3. When Jim ———————(arrive) at the airport. he———————(realise) that he————————-(leave) his laptop in the taxi.
  4. Louis ————————(not come) to the park with us because Neil
  5. Greg————————-(not invite) him. ———————–(have) two cups of coffee before we ————————(get) there.
  6. Ibrahim————————-(leave) the library after ———————–(finish) his project.
  7. Last night l ———————-(be) really hungry because I ————————-(not eat) anything all day.
ANSWERS:

1. hadn’t done, returned

2. arrived, realised, had left

3. didn’t come, hadn’t invited

4. had had, got

5. left, had finished

6. was, hadn’t eaten

 

 

 

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE WORDS/PHRASES a-f.
  2. quick thinking b. didn’t you c. luckily d. to my surprise e. didn’t it f. did you

Pete Hey. Tom. You went camping last Saturday, (1) ———————?

Tom Yeah. You won’t believe what happened to us

Pete What?

Tom Well, in the morning. (2) ————-, the minute l stepped outside my tent, l saw a bear.

Pete Oh. wow! You didn’t try to scare it away. (3) —————–?

Tom Of course not. l didn’t want it to attack. (4) . Brad handed me a chocolate bar and l threw it far from our tent.

Pete (5) l And the bear took the chocolate bar and left. (6) —————–?

Tom Yep. it was a close shave.

ANSWERS:

1. b

2. d

3. f

4. c

5. a

6. e

 

G READ THE TEXT ABOUT HARRY’S EXPERIENCE AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.

WHAT A NIGHT!

One night last November, something terrible happened. We were getting ready to go to bed when it started raining. However, we weren’t worried because it often rains here and there are rarely any serious problems.

At 2 am my brother woke me up and said, ’There’s water everywhere!’

From the top of the stairs, the living room downstairs looked like a lake! We went downstairs and saw our parents trying to get the Furniture off the wet Floor. Our Father told us not to panic. He had started taking some things upstairs, so we helped him. OF course we got really wet. Half an hour later, our Father called the Fire brigade because more water was coming in. They told us to turn off the electricity and wait. The whole town had Flooded and they couldn’t help everyone. ‘We’re going to drown!’ I shouted. My dad took my brother and me back to bed. However, the temperature had dropped so it was very cold and we couldn’t sleep.

The rain stopped the next morning. A Fire engine arrived at noon and the Firefighters started pumping out the water. As soon as they left, we started cleaning up. We were exhausted but relieved. It was a difficult job because everything was a mess. The Flood had destroyed lots of our things.

We even had to throw away my new computer and all my computer

games. It was a horrible night!                                                     (Harry Farmer)

  1. Why didn’t anyone panic when it started raining?

ANSWERS:

  1. What did the boys see from the top of the stairs?

ANSWERS:

  1. What were their parents doing when the boys woke up?

ANSWERS:

  1. Why didn’t the fire brigade help them immediately?

ANSWERS:

  1. How did the family feel after the firefighters left?

ANSWERS:

  1. Did they manage to save Harry’s computer games?

ANSWERS:

ANSWERS:

1. Because it often rains there and there are rarely any serious problems.

2. They saw the living room, which looked like a lake.

3. They were trying to get the furniture off the wet floor.

4. Because the whole town had flooded and they couldn’t help everyone.

5. Exhausted, but relieved.

6. No, they didn’t.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONSOLIDATION: MODULES 1- 4 P:123- 126

  1. PUT THE WORDS IN THE CORRECT GROUP AND ADD ONE MORE WORD TO EACH GROUP.

palace  lightning  metre  bossy  sewing  baggy stubborn tonne crocodile rat selfish patchwork square checked kilogram pottery  ancient ruins lizard striped thunder storm

ANIMALS WORDS RELATED TO WEATHER SIGHTS UNITS OF MEASUREMENT
       
       
       
       

 

PERSONALITY ADJECTIVES DESCRIBING CLOTHES ARTS AND CRAFTS
     
     
     
     
ANSWERS:

ANIMALS: crocodile, rat, lizard (bear)

WORDS RELATED TO WEATHER: lightning, thunder, storm (tsunami)

SIGHTS: palace, square, ancient ruins (museum)

UNITS OF MEASUREMENT: metre, tonne, kilogram (gram)

PERSONALITY: bossy, stubborn, selfish (easygoing)

ADJECTIVES DESCRIBING CLOTHES: baggy, checked, striped (spotted)

ARTS&CRAFTS: sewing, patchwork, pottery (rug making)

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE WORDS IN THE BOXES.

exhausted –agreed- fond- nightmare- answer relieved –woods- disappointed – frightened

A: So what was your trip to the (1)————————– like?

B: it was quite an adventure.

A: Why?

B: Well, you know l rarely go camping, because l am not really (2)————— of it.

A: l know.

B: But my friends really wanted me to go, so l (3)———————. Anyway, we explored the area for hours until we were (4)———————–. So, we decided to go back to camp.

A: And?

B: Well, Mike, my best friend, had lost the map, so we got lost.

A: Oh, no.

B: Yes. We were all very (5)——————– in him.

A: What happened then?

B: Well, it soon got dark and we were all (6)———————– because there were lots of noises in the woods. It was a real (7) ——————–

A: So. what did you do?

B: After hours of walking, we saw a house. The lights were on, so we ran and knocked the door.

A: Did you get any (8)———————— ?

B: Actually, yes. A man opened the door and invited us in. He also let us use his phone to call our parents.

A: l am sure you felt (9)————————- .

B: You’re right there.

ANSWERS:

1. woods

2. fond

3. agreed

4. exhausted

5. disappointed

6. frightened

7. nightmare

8. answer

9. relieved

 

  1. MATCH THE SENTENCES 1-6 WITH THE SENTENCES a-f.
1. What are you up to? a. It’s out of this world.
2. Did you like the new shopping centre? b. I can’ t make it. We got lots to do
3. I saw a camel at school. c. Beats me.
4. Are you coming to the park with us? d. Are you serious?
5. Do you know why Jake isn’t talking to us? e. Nothing much.

 

6. That was a close shave f. Yes, we almost fell in the water.
ANSWERS:

1. e

2. a

3. d

4. b

5. c

6. f

 
  1. CHOOSE a or b.
  2. I was sleeping, and all of a—————– l heard a loud noise.
  3. sudden b. result a. luckily b. unfortunately
  4. Hey. can you please——————?
  5. hand me b. give me a hand
  6. It’s getting dark. Maybe we should—————.
  7. mess around b. head back
  8. My brother just missed his flight. But———————— found another one just in time.
  9. luckily b. unfortunately
  10. To my ———————–none of my classmates was in the classroom.
  11. chance b. surprise
ANSWERS:

1. a

2. b

3. b

4. a

5. b

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. Do they know what affected / caused the accident?
  3. Brad didn’t like the restaurant because he thought it wasn’t dull / cosy.
  4. There is a man who is staring / spreading at us. Do you know him?
  5. The group of tourists took many pictures of the amazing architecture / landscape of the desert.
  6. The height / weight of this tower is 80 metres.
  7. l can always get along / rely on my friends.
  8. There was a lot of attraction / excitement in the air on the day of the art exhibition.
  9. lf you don’t disturb the animal, it won’t attack / annoy you.
ANSWERS:

1. caused

2. cosy

3. staring

4. landscape

5. height

6. rely on

7. excitement

8. attack

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE PRESENT SIMPLE OR THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE.
  2. A: ——————– (the children I do) their homework?

B: No, they ——————– (never I study) on Thursdays. They (play / football) in the park.

  1. l —————— (not know) the answer to this question. Can you help me find it?
  2. Jay (travel) with his parents at the moment. He——————– (always visit) new countries in August.
  3. Who ——————– (shout)? ls it our neighbour?
  4. They——————– (have) a house near the beach.
ANSWERS:

1. Are the children doing, never study, are playing football

2. don’t know

3. is travelling, always visits

4. is shouting

5. have

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. The Johnsons have had this car for / since years.
  3. l used to go / went swimming every day last March.
  4. Mark is a writer. He has written / wrote ten books so far.
  5. The Makah Clock Tower is one of the most / more beautiful towers in Ito the world.
  6. That’s the man which / who bought the restaurant opposite our house.
  7. We’ve known each other since / for we were ten.
  8. Martha didn’t use / used to read newspapers, but now she does.
ANSWERS:

1. for

2. go

3. written

4. most, in

5. who

6. since

7. use

 

 

 

 

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES USING THE PAST SIMPLE, THE PAST PROGRESSIVE OR THE PAST PERFECT SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. In the past l ——————– (spend) my summers in a seaside village, far away from the city. Now, l don‘t have any time off from work.
  3. While Gina ——————– (sleep), the bell———————- (ring).
  4. (you I find) my sunglasses while you——————– (clean) the living room?
  5. Last week l saw a friend from school that l ——————– (not talk) to for years.
  6. When we arrived at my friend’s house. we realised he——————– (not be) at home.
  7. When James saw his old neighbour again, he ——————– (change) a lot.
  8. Yesterday l saw a very interesting documentary about natural disasters and ——————– (learn) a lot of things l didn’t know.
  9. The girls——————– (not study) for their History test. That’s why they ——————– (fail).
ANSWERS:

1. spent

2. was sleeping, rang

3. Did you find, were cleaning

4. hadn’t talked

5. wasn’t

6. had changed

7. learnt

8. hadn’t studied, failed

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE CORRECT QUESTION TAG.
  2. lam your best friend __________ ?
  3. They’ve told you ____________ ?
  4. He went to Cuba ___________ ?
  5. Ian travels regularly ______________ ?
  6. All won’t come with us _________ ?
  7. Let’s go to the park _________ ?
  8. It’s raining ___________ ?
  9. Open the door ____________ ?
ANSWERS:

1. aren’t I

2. haven’t they

3. didn’t he

4. doesn’t he

5. will he

6. shall we

7. isn’t it

8. will you

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH SOME. ANY, NO OR EVERY COMPOUNDS.
  2. A: Where is —————— ?

B: They all went to the shopping centre.

  1. A: Let’s do —————— different tomorrow.

8: Sure. How about going nice for dinner?

  1. A: Look! There’s—————— in the garden. I think it’s a man.

B: Where? i can’t see——————

4 A: I can’t find my notebook——————

B: Did you Iook in your bedroom?

A: Yes. I’ve looked——————  . There was——————  in the house so I felt very lonely.

ANSWERS:

1. everyone/everybody

2. something, somewhere

3. somebody/someone, anything/anyone/ anybody

4. anywhere, everywhere

5. nobody/no one

 

  1. USE THE PROMPTS TO MAKE SENTENCES.
  2. If/ we / get home / early / go out / for dinner /.
  3. we / not go to bed / unless / finish our homework /.
  4. if/ you / not hurry / you / miss the plane /.
  5. we / tidy / the housel before / our parents / arrive /.
  6. Diane / go shopping / when / she / have money /.
ANSWERS:

1. If we get home early, we’ll go out for dinner.

2. We won’t go to bed unless we finish our homework.

3. If you don’t hurry, you’ll miss the plane.

4. We will tidy the house before our parents arrive.

5. Diane will go shopping when she has money.

 

 

 

  1. USE THE CORRECT PREPOSITION OF TIME, PLACE OR MOVEMENT TO COMPLETE THE SENTENCES
around

between

past

under

opposite

during

by the time

through

1. My house is ——————- the school and the park.

2. Turn ——————- and show me your face!

3. ——————- summer, we need to drink more water.

4. Go——————-  the hospital and turn right.

5. There is a shoe shop——————-  the bank.

6. Is there anyone——————-  the bridge? I heard someone shouting

7. ——————- we got home, Sheila had burnt the food.

8. Drive——————-  the tunnel.

 

ANSWERS:

1. between

2. around

3. During

4. past

5. opposite

6. under

7. By the time

8. through

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES USING THE PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE OR THE PAST SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS
  2. A: How long ——————— (you/know) Mark?

B: For ages. We ——————— (met) when we ——————— (be) five.

2.I ——————— (not buy) a laptop last week because I———————  (not have) money. I may buy one this week.

  1. A lot of people ——————— (visit) Jeddah so far.
  2. The tickets ——————— (cost) 7 euros last month. Why are they 15 now?
  3. Someone ——————— (steal) my wallet yesterday.
  4. ——————— (you / drink) any coffee today?
  5. We——————— (not / use) this computer yet.
  6. ——————— (you / see) Jane two days ago?
ANSWERS:

1. have you known

2. met, were

3. didn’t buy, didn’t have

4. have visited

5. cost

6. stole

7. Have you drunk

8. haven’t used

9. Did you see

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH WHO, WHICH, WHERE OR THAT. IF THEY CAN BE OMITTED, PUT THEM IN BRACKETS
  2. Is this the restaurant ————————— your father works?
  3. There was a man at school————————— was shouting at Jake.
  4. This is the place————————— I was telling you about.
  5. Hisham is the boy————————— lives opposite our house.
  6. The children ———————- are playing on the beach are neighbours of mine.
  7. This is the money————————— my dad gave me.
ANSWERS:

1. where

2. who/that

3. (which/that)

4. who/that

5. who/that

6. (which/that)

 

  1. USE THE COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE FORMS TO WRITE SENTENCES.
Building 1

– 4 floors

-15m

-1995

Building 2

– 6 floor

– 18m

– 1995

Building 3

– 8 floor

– 21m

– 1985

  1. tall Building 2 / Building 1

_________________________________________

Building 3 / of the three

_______________________________________

 

  1. Old Building 1 / Building 2

________________________________________

Building 3 / of the three

________________________________________

ANSWERS:

1. Building 2 is taller than Building 1. Building 3 is the tallest of the three.

2. Building 1 is as old as Building 2. Building 3 is the oldest of the three.

 

  1. USE ALL / BOTH / NEITHERL NONE/ EITHER.
  2. l have three friends and ———————- of them speak Arabic.
  3. Mike and Tony are brothers. They———————- hate drinking coffee
  4. My two cats are two years old. ———————- of them likes to go out They prefer staying behind.
  5. ———————- the students in our class said they want to come to the park. ———————- of them is staying behind
  6. A: Which laptop do you think l should buy?

B: ———————-. They are both very good laptops.

  1. ———————- my brother and l have bikes, but———————- of us ride it to school. We go on foot.
ANSWERS:

1. none

2. both

3. Neither

4. All, None

5. Either

6. Both, neither

 

  1. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS.
  2. Do you like arts and crafts? If yes, which do you prefer?

 

  1. Have you been to an art exhibition lately?

 

  1. Which places in your city do you think tourists should visit and why?

 

  1. Can you describe the personality of your best friend?

 

  1. Have you read any news articles about natural disasters?

 

  1. Have you been to any camps? Would you like to go to one?

 

  1. What is a traditional meal in your country? How can you make it?

 

ANSWERS:

 

 

GRAMMAR BOOK (OPTIONAL) P: 133

REVISION : MODULE 1 P:148- 149

 

  1. CHOOSE a. b or c.

I’m only seventeen years old but I have noticed that my life has changed a lot in the past ten years. When I (1) ———————– seven years old. I (2) ———————–most of my time playing with my friends. Now that I’m in my last year at school, I (3) ———————– a lot because I (4) ———————–to do well at school and enter the university of my choice. I (5) ———————–so much free time ten years ago. Nowadays. I (6) ———————–around all day. It’s not just the lessons at school. This year I (7) ———————–some extra lessons after school. So, I (8) ———————–home after 8:00 and then I have homework to do. I (9) ———————–, away from home for so many hours when I was younger. I usually (10) ———————–really tired. However, I (11) ———————–that I should continue to work hard if I want to be successful in the future.

1. a. were

2. a. spend

3. a. always studies

4. a. want

5. a. used to have

6. a. ran

7. a. takes

8. a. usually get

9. a. am not

10.a. felt

11. a. know

b. am

b. am spending

b. study always

b. am wanting

b. use to have

b. run

b. take

b. get usually

b. didn’t use to be

b. feels

b. knew

c. was

c. used to spend

c. am studying

c. used to want

c. didn’t use to have

c. is running

c. am taking

c. usually got

c. don’t used to be

c. feel

c. am knowing

ANSWERS:

1. c

2. c

3. c

4. a

5. a

6. b

7. c

8. a

9. b

10. c

11. a

 

 

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. Be careful. There’s every / some water on the floor.
  3. You must tidy your room. Everywhere / Everything is on the floor.

3.I don’t know someone / anyone who can speak Chinese.

4.Mr and Mrs Simpson haven’t got any / no children.

  1. Have you seen my keys anywhere / somewhere?
  2. Nobody / Everybody agrees with Robert’s decision. They all think it’s wrong.
ANSWERS:

1. some

2. Everything

3. anyone

4. any

5. anywhere

6. Nobody

 

  1. STEVE IS A HOCKEY PLAYER. BELOW IS A TABLE ABOUT WHAT STEVE USED TO DO AND DIDN’T USE TO DO BEFORE HE BECAME A HOCKEY PLAYER.

WRITE SENTENCES ABOUT STEVE USING THE CORRECT FORM OF USED TO.

   
eat junk food

play computer games every day

hang out with friends a lot

go to gym

train every day

travel a lot

 

  1. He used to eat junk food before he became a hockey player.

ANSWERS:

  1. He used to play computer games every day before he became a hockey player.
  2. He used to hang out with his friends a lot before he became a hockey player.
  3. He didn’t use to go to the gym before he became a hockey player.
  4. He didn’t use to train every day before he became a hockey player.
  5. He didn’t use to travel a lot before he became a hockey player.

 

 

 

  1. REWRITE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES USING THE WORDS GIVEN.
  2. In the countryside there isn’t as much traffic as there is in the city centre.(more

In the city centre ————————————————————-

  1. History is more interesting than Geography. (isn’t)

Geography————————————————————-

  1. The jacket is more expensive than the coat. (as)

The coat————————————————————-

  1. Linda’s house is not as big as Mary’s. (than)

Mary’s house————————————————————-

  1. My cousin spends more money on clothes than I do. (as)

I don’t spend————————————————————-

ANSWERS:

1. there is more traffic than (there is) in the countryside.

2. isn’t as interesting as History.

3. isn’t as expensive as the jacket.

4. is bigger than Linda’s.

5. as much money on clothes as my cousin.

 

  1. COMPLETE THE BLANKS WITH THE PRESENT SIMPLE OR THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS GIVEN.
  2. A: I ———————————————— of buying Mark a book. think

B: I ————————————— it’s a great idea. He loves reading books.

  1. A: So, ——————– you ——————– anything you like in this shop?

B: Actually, no. But I——————–  Kate tomorrow. You know how she loves shopping. So. I’m sure she’ll help me find something.

  1. A: What ——————– we ——————– for lunch today?

B: l don’t know. We may go out for lunch because we——————–  nothing in the fridge

ANSWERS:

1. ’m thinking, think

2. do…see, ’m seeing

3. are…having, have

 

 

 

 

 

 

USE OF ENGLISH

COMPLETE THE E-MAIL WITH THE PREPOSITIONS IN THE BOX.

about – up – into – out of-  along – for

Hi Mark,

What are you (1) ———————– to? Well, I’ve got some great news. You know how I was never really (2) ———————– sports, right? Well, l got a bit too chubby so l decided to take (3) ———————–  a sport. l joined the school basketball team a few weeks ago and guess what.

It’s lots of fun and I’m actually pretty good at it. So now I’m really enthusiastic (4) ———————– playing basketball. My parents are excited, too. They bought me a pair (5) ———————– trendy trainers for practice. They’re (6) ———————–  of this world! Anyway, our team is playing at the local sports centre next week. Do you want to come (7) ———————–? l promise you a great game! Write back and let me know. Bye (8) ———————– now.

Jeffrey

ANSWERS:

1. up

2. into

3. up

4. about

5. of

6. out

7. along

8. for

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REVISION : MODULE 2 P:161 – 162

  1. COMPLETE THE ADVERTISEMENT WITH THE APPROPRIATE RELATIVE PRONOUNS WHO, WHICH, THAT OR THE RELATIVE ADVERB WHERE. IF THEY CAN BE OMITTED, PUT THEM IN BRACKETS.

BVTE’S INTERNETCAFE

Do you want to do something different in your free time? Are you tired of those ordinary cafes (1) ———————————–  you’ve been a million times before? Well. if the answer is yes, then visit BVTE’S lNTERNETCAFE

=>  It’s a place (2) ———————–   you can work and have fun at the same time.

=>  We have lots of computers (3) ———————————–  you can use to

play games, send e-mails or surf the Net.

=>  Students (4) ———————————–   need a computer to do their

school work or print their projects will find this place really helpful.

=> Those of you (5) ———————————–   don’t know how to use a computer, don’t worry. There will always be somebody (6) —————————— —-   you can ask for help.

=> We serve ten types of coffee and there is also a fast food area (7) ———————————–   you can enjoy a meal or snack.

BYTE’S INTERNETCAFE is open 24 hours a day

ANSWERS:

1. where

2. where

3. (which/that)

4. who/that

5. who/that

6. (who/that)

7. where

 

  1. CHOOSE a, b or c.
  2. Mary may come with us if she ______ her homework.
  3. finish b. finishes c. will finish
  4. I’ll be back as soon as the meeting _i over.
  5. will be b. be c. is
  6. Unless Andy ______ soon, he will miss the bus.
  7. doesn’t come b. will come c. comes
  8. Before John comes home, he _______ to the supermarket.
  9. will go b. went c. doesn’t go
  10. Take a taxi if you ______ to be late.
  11. want b. won’t want c. don’t want
  12. if you down, l won’t understand what you’re saying
  13. don’t calm i b. won’t calm c. not calm
ANSWERS:

1. b

2. c

3. c

4. a

5. c

6. a

 

  1. READ THE SENTENCES BELOW AND TICK THE CORRECT ONES.
  2. Neither of the children at school ate their lunch.

It was horrible!

None of the children at school ate their lunch.

It was horrible!

  1. Both five boys went jet skiing.

All five boys went jet skiing.

  1. None students who are taking part in the poetry competition must be here by 9 o‘clock.

All students who are taking part in the poetry competition must be here by 9 o’clock.

  1. Both of the two teachers could read Peter’s handwriting. it wasn’t very clear.

Neither of the two teachers could read Peter’s handwriting. it wasn’t very clear.

  1. A: Would you like some water or juice with your food?

B: None is OK.

B: Either is OK.

6.Neither of them speak French.

Either of them speak French.

  1. Both Sahar and Aisha are fifteen.

All Sahar and Aisha are fifteen.

ANSWERS:

1. None of the children at school ate their lunch. It was horrible! √

2. All five boys went jet skiing. √

3. All students who are taking part in the poetry competition must be here by 9 o’clock. √

4. Neither of the two teachers could read Peter’s handwriting. It wasn’t very clear. √

5. B: Either is OK. √

6. Neither of them speak French. √

7. Both Sahar and Aisha are fifteen. √

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. All / Both of these two restaurants are very good.
  3. A: Do you want tea or coffee?

B: None / Either. I don’t mind.

  1. I couldn’t decide which of the two shirts to buy I liked neither / both.
  2. I asked two people where the train station is but either / neither of them knew.
  3. Hamid likes tennis. His brothers like tennis, too. None / All of them like tennis.
  4. My cousins and l are watching a football match next weekend. Neither / None of us has ever watched a football match before.
ANSWERS:

1. Both

2. Either

3. both

4. neither

5. All

6. None

 

USE OF ENGLISH

COMPLETE WITH THE PREPOSITIONS IN THE BOX.

up – out – of – on – into – at – up – of

  1. Bob can never make ————————- his mind about anything. That’s so annoying.
  2. Hasna and Muna arrived————————- the same time.
  3. I want to tidy up my wardrobe and get rid ————————- all the clothes I don’t wear any more
  4. This house really stands————————- . It’s the only yellow house in the neighbourhood.
  5. Peter played a joke ————————- Tom and now Tom isn’t speaking to him.
  6. Robert got————————- trouble for lying to his parents.
  7. What a mess! I’ll help you clean ————————-.
  8. I’ve got loads ————————- homework to do.

ANSWERS:

 

 

 

 

 

 

REVISION : MODULE 3 P:170 – 171

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS

Dear Bob,

I’m sorry I haven‘? (1) written / wrote for so long, but I was away on holiday and I (2) returned / have returned on Friday. I’m writing this e-mail to let you know all about my trip. I (3) have gone / went to Wales with some males from university. The weather (4) has been / was cold but if only rained a few days, so it wasn”t too bad. We stayed in Barmouth, which is by The sea.

Have you ever (5) been / gone there? The beach was very nice but we (6) didn’t go / haven’t gone swimming because the sea was freezing. We (7) spent / have spent hours on The beach playing football. We also climbed a mountain called Coder Idris. Near the top There was a lake, which was really beautiful. (8) Did you know / Have you known Thai Wales has some of The highest mountains

in The UK? I didn’t. Anyway, I have (9) took / taken loads of pictures and I’ll send Them To you soon. Now, I’m looking forward To our next irip, which is in March. We’re going rock climbing.

I (10) ‘ve never fried / didn’t Try it before, so if should be a great experience.

Well, that’s all for now.

Take care,

Steve

ANSWERS:

1. written

2. returned

3. went

4. was

5. been

6. didn’t go

7. spent

8. Did you know

9. taken

10. ’ve never tried

 

  1. READ THE INTERVIEW WITH A TENNIS PLAYER AND COMPLETE THE BLANKS WITH FOR OR SINCE.

Interviewer How long have you and Jake been together as a team?

Brandon We’ve been together (1) —————————————— 2005. but we’ve known each other (2) ——————————————  twenty years. That is. (3) ——————————————  we were seven or eight years old. You see, we were at school together.

interviewer What have you been up to lately?

Brandon We have spent lots of hours training (4) ——————————————  the past year now and we are ready to take part in this year’s tennis championship.

Interviewer You’ve become really popular (5) ——————————————  last year. because you won the championship.

Brandon Yes, and we hope to win this year, too.

ANSWERS:

1. since

2. for

3. since

4. for

5. since

 

  1. REWRITE THE SENTENCES USING THE WORDS GIVEN.
  2. We haven’t been to that cafe for a week. (ago)

We ———————————————————.

  1. Saud, have you tried Mexican food before?

Saud——————————————————–Mexican food?

  1. We saw that documentary yesterday. (Already)

we—————————————————–documentary.

  1. It’s the first time Ron has been to the stadium. (Never)

Ron————————————————–the stadium before.

  1. They moved to this neighbourhood in January and now it’s June. (Months)

They—————————————————ago.

  1. This is the second time you are late for class this month. (Twice)

You ——————————————————-this month.

ANSWERS:

1. went to that café a week ago

2. have you ever tried

3. have already seen that

4. has never been to

5. moved to this neighbourhood 5 months

6. have been late for class twice

 

 

 

 

 

 

USE OF ENGLISH

COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE CORRECT FORM OT THE PHRASAL VERBS IN THE BOX.

Come- across -come round -come up with- Iook after- look forward to – look out – look up- go off

  1. Can you —————————- the capital of Saudi Arabia on the Internet?
  2. I can’t come with you tonight. I —————————- my little brother on Mondays because my parents are busy.
  3. When I was at the bookshop. I an old copy of my favourite novel.
  4. The alarm—————————- in the middle of the night.
  5. Why don’t you take James and —————————- for lunch tomorrow?
  6. The children are —————————- their school trip. They’re very excited.
  7. ———————– ! There’s a car coming this way!
  8. The boys —————————- a great plan yesterday.
ANSWERS:

1. look up

2. look after

3. came across

4. went off

5. come round

6. looking forward to

7. Look out

8. came up with

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REVISION: MODULE 4P: 186- 187

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PAST SIMPLE OR THE PAST PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. We —————————- (play) computer games when Carl’s mother—————————- (phone).
  3. While all my friends—————————- (enjoy) themselves at Faisal’s house. I—————————- (study) for 8th EXHITI.
  4. Why you—————————- (make) all that noise while I—————————- (try) to sleep?
  5. When I —————————- (get) home last night. my parents —————————- (watch) a documentary on TV.
  6. Mark ———————— (get) ready to leave when I ————————(call) him.
  7. The students—————————- (not listen) when the teacher —————————- (explain) the exercise
  8. As I—————————- (do) the shopping. I—————————- (see) Carl.
  9. they —————————- (visit) the National Museum of Saudi Arabia when they—————————- (go) to Riyadh?

9.As soon as I —————————- (taste) the cake. I —————————- (realise) that It was too sweet

  1. As the boys —————————- (walk) along the street. they —————————- (find) twenty euros.
ANSWERS:

1. were playing, phoned

2. were enjoying, was studying

3. were…making, was trying

4. got, were watching

5. was getting, called

6. weren’t listening, explained

7. was doing, saw

8. Did…visit, went

9. tasted, realised

10. were walking, found

 

  1. EXPAND THE NOTES INTO SENTENCES USING THE WORDS GIVEN.
  2. We / cook / dinner / the fire I break out (When)

 

  1. I I walk / down / street! I / slip / fell (as)

 

  1. Kevin / talk I on the phone / Bob / study (while)

 

  1. John I call / police / he / see / crocodile (as soon as)

 

  1. Tina / cook / she / burn I her arm (as)

 

  1. Ralph / wait / bus stop / it / start raining (when)

 

  1. They / arrive / they / jump / into the pool (as soon as)

 

  1. Peter / have lunch / Steve / work (while)

 

ANSWERS:

1. We were cooking dinner when the fire broke out.

2. As I was walking down the street, I slipped and fell.

3. Kevin was talking on the phone while Bob was studying.

4. John called the police as soon as he saw the crocodile.

5. As Tina was cooking, she burnt her arm.

6. Ralph was waiting at the bus stop when it started raining.

7. As soon as they arrived, they jumped into the pool.

8. Peter was having lunch while Steve was working.

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH PREPOSITIONS OF TIME, PLACE OR MOVEMENT.
  2. Are you doing anything special ———————— the weekend?
  3. Sandra heard a strange noise and ran ——————– the stairs to check it out.
  4. Khaled lived———————— Riyadh last year, but now he lives Jeddah.
  5. Hasna came home———————– school early today. She wasn’t feeling well.
  6. Guess who was sitting———————— to me the plane!
  7. There is an old painting———————— the wall the living room.
  8. Suddenly, l turned around and saw a car coming———————— me.
  9. We’ll have a break for half an hour———————— noon.
ANSWERS:

1. at

2. up/down

3. in, in

4. from

5. next, on

6. on, in

7. towards

8. at

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE CORRECT QUESTION TAGS
  2. It’s Thursday today ——————-?
  3. Let’s give Mr Ahmed a cail——————-?
  4. Give me a hand. ——————-?
  5. I’m a great cock. ——————-?
  6. You were walking home, ——————-?
  7. Lisa’s in a hurry, ——————-?
  8. You gave Ted a call. ——————-?
  9. Your car runs on electricity, ——————-?
ANSWERS:

1. isn’t it

2. shall we

3. will you

4. aren’t I

5. weren’t you

6. isn’t she

7. didn’t you

8. doesn’t it

 

  1. CHOOSE a, b or c.

it was a windy afternoon. My friends and i (1) – to meet ———————————  at my house to watch the Football Cup Final together. After i (2) ———————————  my homework. i (3) ———————————  to the supermarket to buy lots of soft drinks. When my friends (4) ———————————  I (5) ———————————  popcorn. By the end of the first half. we (6) ———————————  all the popcorn and the snacks my friends (7) ———————————  .While we (8) ———————————  the second half. something (9) ——————————— wrong. We (10) ———————————  no picture on the TV. Maybe

it was because of the strong winds outside.

Unfortunately, we (11) ———————————  the end of the match

and we were all very disappointed.

1. a. had arranged

2. a. had finish

3. a. was going

4. a. were arriving

5. a. had already made

6. a. were eating

7. a. did bring

8. a. watched

9. a. did go .

10. a. had had

11.a. were missing

b. have arranged

b. was finishing

b. went

b. arrived

b. already made

b. had eaten

b. had brought

b. had watched

b. was going

b. were having

b. had miss

c. was c. arranging

c. had finished

c. had gone

c. had arrived

c. have already made

c. ate

c. were bringing

c. were watching

c. went

c. had

c. missed

ANSWERS:

1. a

2. c

3. b

4. b

5. a

6. b

7. b

8. c

9. c

10. c

11. c

 

USE OF ENGLISH

COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE PREPOSITIONS IN THE BOX.

around -by –out- of- out- to- out- in- on

  1. The firefighters managed to put ——————————— the fire and luckily nobody was injured.
  2. Mike took his brothers mobile ——————————— accident.
  3. When the fire broke——————————— everybody was sleeping. but, luckily. a neighbour saw the smoke and called for help.
  4. Come in, James. You arrived just —————————– time for dinner. Join us!
  5. ——————————— my surprise. Kyle was cleaning his room when l got home. He never does that.
  6. Wear your life jacket and hold —————————— tight. A storm is coming.
  7. Stop messing—————————–and help me take these bags into the house.
  8. l was watching TV when, all ——————————— a sudden, l heard a noise coming from the kitchen. l got really scared, but it turned ——————————— to be my brother. He was making a sandwich.
ANSWERS:

1. out

2. by

3. out

4. in

5. To

6. on

7. around

8. of

9. out

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>THE END<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.