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In many cities: INCREASE MOVE LOCAL RELY s main 4 with growing vegetables in a city is that land is expensive, so using space which is currently being wasted, such as rooftops, is seen -ne 5 There are hundreds of unused places that could 3 3 Y an important role in creating a more sustainable environment, although clearly it L id be 6 for rooftop gardens to provide all the vegetables ded for a whole city, especially as rooftops are not the 7 c a ces to grow vegetables.
There needs to be a good supply of rainwater and plants need 8 from the wind. You will lose your friends if you make more effort to see them. If want to improve our quality of life, we will have to use our cars less. Don't miss any lessons unless you be W- If have more spare time, I would spend it at the cinema. Vocabulary Words often confused 1 These sentences contain incorrect words.
Use the words in the box below to help you correct them. Put it in the correct tense. There were about six children on the island and we were taught by our parents. We spent a lot of time playing on the beach and in the fields as our parents thought that was a good way to 2 leam about life.
Of course, we all preferred being outside to studying and 6 delayed doing our homework as long as we could. Despite this, we 7 succeeded in our exams ] and it all 8 ended well as most of us have good jobs now, but none of us j still lives on the island. Study words 0 Read this conversation between two students Find the missing words in the wordsearch. Look in all directions.
Are you studying psychology now Adam? Yes, it's quite hard. In fact, I didn't think I'd get through the 1 admission process because there s so much competition for the 2 I chose. Well, you did well in your end-of-school exams so you deserved to get a place.
I got good 3 in most subjects but my best results weren't in 4 subjects. I've always done really well at art and technology. I hope I've made the right choice. You'll have a 5 in psychology at the end. I'm sure the job 6 very good - there are lots of things you could do afterwards. I expect you're right. I've got to do my first piece of 7 this weekend. I've done all the but I'm not sure if I'm doing it right. Don't you have a 9 who can help? I've had a couple of 10 with him but I didn't ask the right questions.
I'm sure you'll be fine. Write them in the correct column. There extra sentence which you do not need to use. Shall I study abroad? Studying Abroad Have you always dreamed of traveling, meeting lots of different people, and maybe picking up a language or two? Read on to learn more about study abroad programs. Besides the excitement of travel, you will experience new customs, h olidays, foods, art, music, and politics firsthand. Another reason for studying abroad is that you'll become more self-assured.
Christina says she learned how to be better at standing up for herself and her beliefs , and to express herself in another language. Matthew says when he returned from studying in Australia, he was more ] mature and had a genuine interest in international affairs that really set him apart from his peers. Study I programs abroad look for students who are independent, self-assured, enjoy having new experiences and meeting different types of people, and can handle challenges.
It's important to be hon est with you rself and really think about what you expect. Explain that studying abroad is a chance of a lifetime and that it offers great academic opportunities.
You might also sell them on the idea that students in study ] programs abroad gain experiences by being in a new culture, broaden their horizons, and increase their maturityl and self-confidence levels.
And by studying abroad you will J have an educational advantage when entering college or starting a career.
B But perhaps more importantly, the different circumstances mean you will learn a lot not only about cultures and people but also about yourself. C You could join a study program abroad, where high-school and college students live with a host family in a foreign country. F And most do not hav e language requirements. For questions , choose from the list A-H the reason each speaker gives Use the letters only once.
Use the word given in capitals ' the end of some of the lines to form a word that fits in the gap in the same line. Its success led to other schools around the world. It is 50 an opportunity to mix with local 2 and ' n ibis way you can acquire a greater and deeper 3 of the people whose language you are studying.
Our aim is that all our students have a J V 8 experience. Articles 1 Complete each gap with a. You don't need to be 1 3 famous actor to get 2 part on 3 film set but you need to be willing to start at 4 bottom.
For example, you could spend hours standing in 5 rain by 6 gate in 7 field stopping 8 people from coming in. In 9 Britain and most other countries, you should look for 10 job as 11 'runner'. Runners fetch things and help generally. This is 12 most junior job and even if you want to be 13 camera operator, it's 14 good place to start. You could do 15 training course but 16 best qualification is 17 experience. Vocabulary Countable and uncountable nouns 2 Complete each sentence with a word from the box.
You don t need to use all the words but you will need to make some of them plural. Then circle yob or work in each sentence. Writing Part 2 A letter 1 Read the exam question below. Then complete each gap in the reply with a linking word or phrase from the box. You have received a letter from an American student called Jay. Read this part of the letter and then write your letter to Jay. Then 1 finish school, I'm going to spend the summer n your country and I'd like to get a job.
Thanks, Jay. However, I think working in a restaurant is more interesting. I look forward to seeing you in the summer. Best wishes, Ben 2 Answer these questions. What reasons does he give? Mark where they should go. Listening Part 1 D 7 You will hear people talking in eight different durations.
Where are they? A in a shop B in an office C at home 2 You hear a man talking on the phone about a job he has been offered. How does he feel? A confused B upset C disappointed 3 You hear a woman talking on the radio about her job. She says it's A tiring. B interesting. C exciting. What is she doing? A asking for information B giving advice C explaining a decision 5 You hear two people talking about their office. What do they agree about? A They need more places for storage.
B There are too many people in it. C There's too much noise. What excuse does he give for being late? A He didn't have any transport. B He wasn't given information he needed. C He had to help someone. The speaker wants to A offer thanks B make a suggestion C change a plan 8 You hear a girl talking to a friend.
What job does she prefer? A waitress B kitchen assistant C receptionist I Reading and Use of English You are going to read an article about being a newspa] reporter. For questions , choose from the people A-D. Which person says they had a particular advantage when applying for one job? A story could come up on a subject you know nothing about and you may have just half an hour to read a report or past stories before you interview someone.
I spend most of my time in the office, unfortunately. My advice for potential journalists is that you need to be able to speak to anyone in all walks of life. A story could come up where the subject is close to your heart but you have to be unbiased and open to other people's opinions, even if you do not agree with them.
Every subject is useful - you need to know a little bit about everything. It is always better to visit someone in their house as it makes for a much better story, but due to time constraints unfortunately this is not always possible.
Local newspapers are a great source of news for national newspapers. The general agreement at my newspaper is that the story can be passed on as long as i! To be a journalist you must be outgoing and professional, and you also have to ensure accuracy in all stories. You will often ,!
G Yourself in a situation where you have to generate a conversation with a complete stranger who may not want to speak to you! My first job was with a regional paper. I think the editor was impressed by the fact that I come from the area and know about local issues.
I now work from home on a freelance basis, writing features for the Sunday newspapers. You have to be very self-motivated and able to generate ideas for new stories all the time.
In a good week I'll sell two or three features to magazines. Some weeks I'll sell nothing. Journalism isn't a profession where you progress upwards from one position to the next.
You need to be prepared to work hard to get work experience, get a qualification and demonstrate your commitment. I had no career plan at all when I graduated - 1 found work with a very small family-owned paper where I found myself doing all sorts of jobs.
While there I decided to train as a journalist. A crucial part of my job is building contacts locally. I attend a lot of council meetings to try to find out what is going on with the 15, employees and attend numerous other meetings. Why do I do it? I really enjoy seeing my words change things. In some of the sentences, both are correct. Vocabulary Phrasal verbs and expressions with take Complete the sentences using the correct form of one of the expressions.
Then complete the sentences with the correct verb. He was scared of heights too. Something like cross-country running would be good. It wasn't as difficult as I'd expected. Writing Part 2 A report Find ten spelling mistakes in this report. Report on college trip to Brookwood Adventure Centre Introduction 1 he aim of this report is to evaluate the recent college trip to Brookwood Adventure Centre and to make recomendations about future college visits to this centre.
College trip, June Brookwood is conviniently situated from the college two hours by bus near Bluewater Lake. The facilities The acommodation was very confortable and spacious.
There are also cheap restaurants a short bycycle ride away. The courses The activities were well organised and safety standards were high.
Students said they enjoyed the course despite the bad wether. Each student was given a lot of personal attention wich helped them to develop their confidence. Conclusion I belive this course was beneficial for all the participants. It was also good value for money. For these reasons I would suggest organising the same trip next year. For questions 1 10, complete the sentences with a word or short phrase.
For questions , read the text below and think of the word which best fits each gap. What is ski touring? Ski touring is exactly that - touring on skis. It combines The advantages 1 ski touring are that you can really escape the crowds, enjoy the solitude of the mountains and 2 rewarded with breathtaking views and exhilarating descents.
Barry says it is the incredible beauty and 1 of the caves that attracts him to diving.
Barry compares himself to an 2 Other divers say the danger is a 3 Barry says the most frightening thing about cave diving is the complete 4 Because it's not possible to get to the surface easily, having good 5 skills is essential for survival. Most accidents involve people who take 6 when diving. You need to have proper 8 to do cave diving.
A good cave diver should never 9 when facing a serious problem. Similarly, you want to be 5 to enjoy going down, which means learning to cope with the variety of snow conditions you will encounter off-piste.
The fitter you are, the 8 fun you will have. Reading and Use of English For questions Planning an adventure trip Researching your destination properly will 0 all aspects of your adventure trip easier, as well as helping you to 1 the most out of the experience. Research will help you pick the best places to go but you'll also learn what you need to pack, and also what cultural and sometimes political issues you should be 2 of.
Climate and seasonal pricing are important 3 in your decision about when to go. For adventure travel, bad weather or weather you're not 4 for can ruin the trip. While you can't predict what the 5 weather will be, find out as much as you can about the climate in advance. While some research is absolutely 6 don't plan every moment of your trip in advance.
Over-planning tends to make people less 7 to take part in the surpi ising and spontaneous 8 that are part of any sort of adventure travel. It s really 'mportant to keep a big reserve of excitement and energy ready for the unpredictable. Write the words each person actually said. Formy English homework, I want to write about a television programme called Life swap. What do you think about it? Reporting verbs 2 Match what the people said A-G with a reporting verb from the box. A fulfilled B concluded C succeeded D convinced 2 If you experience, you'll never get anywhere as a designer.
A miss B abandon C lack D deny 3 Gerry was determined to 3 career with animals and eventually he succeeded in setting up his own practice as a vet. A launch B pursue C realise D perform 4 If you want to experience of working with children, you could do some babysitting for your cousins. A get B achieve C earn D make I turned.. For questions , choose from the list A-H what each person thinks about the film. You must u-,- between two and five words, including the word given Here is an example 0.
A It was boring. B It was too brief. C It was set in the wrong location. D The action scenes were unconvincing. E The plot was too complicated.
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F It was too serious. G One of the actors let the others down. H The acting was poor. Speaker 1 Speaker 2 Speaker 3 Speaker 4 1 2 3 4 Example: GO Miranda invited i ce skating wij her and her friends the next day. I 3 Alice told Tom she thought he had scratched the car. Speaker 5 5 Reading and Use of English Part 6 you are going to read an article about a woman who works with celebrities a fashion stylist. Six sentences have been removed from the article Choose fro 3 m sentences A-G the one which fits each gap There is one extra sentence whS, you do not need to use.
She was interviewed by Alex McRae Fashion styling is basically about making people look nice. I work on editorial photo shoots, styling models for fashion spreads in magazines and newspapers, and I also style celebrit ies for big awards ceremonies. Atypical day usually starts with me packing up and returning clothes worn at an awards ceremony the night before, then heading out to find new things for my next assignment.
Some stylist s go throug h public relations agencies to find clothes. As a stylist, your contacts are extremely important, so m very protective of mine. There are a range of skills you need to be a top fa sh on st ylist.
During a fashion shoot, you have to be hawk-eyed, ready to swoop on any uneven hemlines. It is important to be really thorough and careful. I take digital photos and print out suggestions of shoe, bag and outfit combinations to make sure everything goes together. If you want to be a fashion stylist, get a qualification under your belt - not necess arily a deg ree in fashion styling, but maybe in design.
Then do work experience with a stylist in the most stressful environment possible - probably fashion shoots for a newspaper - so you learn to work under pressure to a deadline.
Try to learn your craft from a stylist you admire, be as professional as you can, and be prepared to do a lot of work for free. B You should try to find inspiration in unexpected places. C I work differently in that I prefer to deal with people directly, and I try to support London designers. D More important is planning and organisation. E Their clothes are usually loaned, because when an outfit appears in a magazine or on a celebrity, it s advertising.
F That will give you a useful range of skills. I'm sure he's in love. Perhaps she's working too hard. She 3 He never goes on holiday. I don't suppose he earns much. He 4 She is studying full-time and she has a job in a restaurant.
I imagine that's very hard. That Read the paragraph about risk-taking. Circle the correct modal verbs. P sychologists believe that taking risks has always been part of human nature. Psychologists think that early human risk-takers 2 may I can't have been more likely to explore new places, possibly finding a new source of water or food. Such individuals 3 can't I might also have risked doing things differently, such as using a new kind of weapon or animal trap.
These acts 4 must I mustn't have given the risk-taker a great sense of achievement, but 5 can't I could also have profoundly benefited his or her group by improving their lives in some way. He's definitely not Claire's grandfather. That 6 He's just bought a new car and a yacht.
He obviously sold his business for a lot of money. He 7 Andy and Sarah aren't speaking to each other. I don't believe they've had another argument. The y another argument. Perhaps we've met before We 9 She says she doesn't like children. I'm sure she didn't have a happy childhood herself. It s possible she thought I would be angry. She Writing Part 2 An article You see this advertisement in your college magazine.
Articles wanted Who has inspired you most? A friend? A family member? Someone famous? Tell us why you admire them and describe the influence this person has had on you.
Write your article in words. A A living example My favourite aunt has had a very big influence on me. She is my father's oldest sister and I spent a lot of time with her W hen i was growing up.
She didn't have any children of her own so she treated all her nephews and nieces as if they were her own children. She was quite old-fashioned in many ways and could be quite critical if she didn't approve of our behaviour or our clothes. But at the same time she was always ready to listen to us and discuss our feelings without getting shocked or angry. B My favourite cousin My family have all influenced me in different ways. My parents taught me to be responsible and to work hard.
My grandmother taught me how to cook. But the person who has had the biggest impact on me is my cousin Robert because he taught me how to have fun and how to enjoy life. Can you use the modifying adverbs in the box in all the examples? But Robert taught me that being stressed doesn't help solve problems. Robert never got upset when things went wrong and I decided I wanted to be like him. So I stopped worrying so much and soon I began to enjoy life more.
A cousin who is a few years older can have a 3 very big influence In my case Robert had a bigger influence than my older brother because that relationship was always 4 very competitive and my brother never wanted to spend time with me. Now Robert and I have 5 very different jobs and interests but 1 will always be 6 very grateful to him for showing me that it's easy to have fun and enjoy life. Vocabulary stay, spend and pass; make , cause and nave; achieve, carry out and devote 1 Circle the correct verb.
Put the nouns in the correct column. Some can go in more than one column. B her ambition to become a doctor. C their teacher's instructions perfectly.
D their lives to finding a cure for diseases. E a lot of time to each other. F success in your career. Bl Adjectives describing personality 4 Match the adjectives with the definitions.
B Someone who is imaginative and has lots of ideas. C Someone who is friendly and likes meeting new people. D Someone who worries a lot and gets stressed easily. E Someone who finds it difficult to meet new people. F Someone who enjoys risky and challenging experiences. Listening Part 4 0 10 You will hear an interview with Professor Jackson, a psychologist, talking about the science of happiness.
For questions , choose the best answer A, B or C. B will be used to measure the success of governments. C will become less useful in the future. A It is given more attention by happy people. B People feel happier if they have a good diet.
C It has less effect on life expectancy than happiness. A People are happier now than in the past. B People in rich countries are getting happier. C People need to achieve a basic income to be happy. B confusing happiness with pleasure. C only happy for a short time. A Having strong friendships may improve health. B People with a lot of friends seem to be the happiest C Close friends are more important for happiness thar family.
A People need to feel useful. B People need to enjoy their work. C People need to have goals. Professor Jackson says the easiest way to increase happiness is to A smile more often.
B stop comparing yourself to others. C do something kind every day. Use the word ,,'vrn in capitals at the end of some of the lines to form i 'word that fits in the gap in the same line.
Personality types It's often said that no two people are exactly 0 sfc. Most people are born with a 4 for one hand, and all of us are born with a personality type. Experts say that we 5 develop our personality type through the course of our lives in 6 to our 7 and experiences - school or work, for example. However, it should be emphasised that personality type doesn't explain everything about us and that the 8 of people with the same personality type can differ hugely.
The happiest day of the year A British psychologist says he can prove that the last Friday in June is the happiest day of the year. Cliff Arnall, a University of Cardiff psychologist specialising 0 in. The research looks 2 everything from increased outdoor activity and rising energy levels, to picnics and beach trips with families. Mr Arnall's happiness formula depends 3 six factors: It's 5 people tend to have lots of gatherings with friends and family,' Mr Arnall said. Whether it's a sunny day 7 a childhood memory that triggers a feeling of happiness, I think this formula proves that the path to finding happiness is very 8 simpler than people imagine.
Grammar Modals expressing ability 1 Complete these sentences with can, could or the correct form of able to. In three of the sentences, there are two possible answers so write both.
Until then I was nervous about going in a boat. She'll be here soon. Vocabulary arrive, get and reach 1 Circle the correct word in italics. Shopping , Read a conversation which took place in a sports shop and choose one word from the box for each gap.
Some of the words need to be plural. So, Emma, I'm going to show you round before you start work here. I'm looking forward to working in a sports shop.
As you know we're part of a 1. There are nearly of our stores across the country and we're one of the biggest. We do have some 2 in the town though so we have to watch our prices. Everyone comes in looking for a 3 and they won't come back here if they find something cheaper elsewhere. And of course we have a big 4 twice a year when we reduce everything. That's a very busy time.
Do you keep everything in 5 or do customers sometimes have to order things? We keep most of the main 6 here but we also have a 7 that people can look through while they're in the shop or they can order from our website. On the 8 here by the till we keep lots of small items that customers often pick up while they're waiting to pay. One other thing about us, and it's important to tell customers this, we offer a two-year 9 on all the equipment we sell.
So if anything goes wrong we will give customers a full 10 or exchange. Circle the correct words. I never looked at my bank statements.
But I never bothered to look at my own account. Six sentences have been removed from the article. Choose from the sentences A-G the one which fits each gap There is one extra sentence which you do not need to use. Designing a shop is a science, as we found out when we did some research A bit of retail therapy is supposed to be good for you. But who's really making the choices? They want to download a pair of jeans because their old ones have worn out In fact, they probably want to get exactly the same jeans.
So menswear shops are laid out with everything music can make you stay longer while faster tunes are designed to keep you on the move. The shops are clearly far more sophisticated than you might think. Of course, that wouldn't work in hot countries. They have their own version with air conditioning at the entrance. Smells are still a favourite - travel agents sometimes release a coconut odour to get you in the holiday mood. Colours are also used successfully. But where the art is really catching on is in the way it differentiates between women and men.
A woman entering a shop might well find party clothes, with lots of frills and special materials, at the front. But just as the shops are becoming more sophisticated, so are the shoppers. So while the mind games are targeting our subconscious, they tend to work well. A Such items are placed near each other so they can be visualised together, as an outfit.
C When those decisions are made for us, it can stop us from downloading anything at all. D You spend longer turning corners with awkward trolleys, so they catch your eye. G The minute you walk through their front doors, most of your senses are attacked. Listening Part 1 Q 11 You will hear people talking in eight different situations.
For questions , choose the best answer A. A to refuse permission B to make a suggestion C to give a warning 2 You overhear a teenager talking to a shop assistant. What does he want to do? A get a refund B try something on C exchange something 3 You overhear two people talking. The woman dislikes A having to work all weekend.
B working in the stock room. C people not being polite. What does the man do? A advertise a product B give some advice C announce a decision 5 You hear two people talking about their holiday plans. A how much cash to take B where to exchange their money C how to carry their money 6 You overhear a woman talking to a friend.
The woman thinks the shop assistant was A well informed. B helpful. C efficient. What does he think is the main advantage? A You can get a good price. B You can avoid going to the shops. C You have a wide choice of styles. Reading and Use of English Part 3 For questions , read the text below.
Use the word given in capitals at the end of some of the lines to form a word that fits in the gap in the same line There isTn example at the beginning 0. Designer labels The biggest and most When we are looking for new trainers, clothes or household goods and we have a 1 between two different products - one with a label we have heard of and one which by contrast is 2 to us - we often decide on the product whose name we recognise.
It makes us think that we are downloading something of 3 quality which we can trust. However, if we looked carefully at them, we might find the number of 4 between the two products quite 5 We often willingly pay extra for the name of the designer or company without 6 gaining very much in quality or style. If we are 7 we should therefore not be persuaded that something is better because of the label on it. But advertising is very 8 and, however hard we try, it is always going to influence our decisions.
How does the speaker feel? A sympathetic B determined C optimistic ea Grammar Relative pronouns and relative clauses 1 a Complete the sentences with the correct relative pronoun from the box. A doesn't seem to be working very well. B need to have a check-up every year.
C I caught this cold. D gave me some good advice. E should be taken during winter. F which I will find very difficult. One word has two negative forms. In your English class, you have been talking about people's eating habits now and in the past.
Now, your English teacher has asked you to write an essay.
Write an essay using all the notes and give reasons for your point of view. Essay question Children's diets are unhealthier today than in the past. Notes Write about: In the past people didn't have microwaves. Explain not Give an example In what way? There is one extra sentence which does not match. A Most tins and packets that we download today, for example, have labels on them saying exactly what they contain.
B which is bad for their health because this type of food isn't fresh and contains too much sugar, fat and salt. C This means children don't eat as much healthy food as they should and so many of them are overweight. D For example, children see these snacks advertised on television.
E Although many children in some countries still suffer from malnutrition, in richer countries most parents can afford to download meat and fresh fruit for their children, which was not possible for a lot of families in the past. F A good example of this is the fact that in many parts of the world childhood obesity has increased dramatically recently. Use the words given in capitals at the end of some of the lines to form a word that fits in the space in the same line.
Taking care of nurses It's a nurse's This doesn't just mean giving patients medicine. Part of the 1 may involve giving them advice on improving their diet and exercise routines so they can increase their 2 and avoid becoming ill again.
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But who looks after the well-being and 3 of nurses? This is especially true of young, 4 nurses. Because nurses have a very 5 lifestyle and are constantly rushed off their feet, they're unlikely to need any 6 exercise. However, many nurses often don't have a 7 diet because they're too busy to eat properly during the working day.
This can mean relying on snacks instead of having 8 meals. So some nurses may not be getting the nutrition they need to maintain energy levels or fight off infectious diseases. TIHM Reading and Use of English Part 4 For questions , complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given.
Do not change the word given you must use between two and five words, including the word given. Here is an example 0 , Example: MORE Children's diets are more. IF You won't lose weight eating junk food. MUST People in the past.
TOO Piie study properly. Listening Part 4 a doctor as part of his research for a project on sleen For questions , choose the best answer A, B or C. B longer than recommended.
C for a shorter time. B a short sleep in the afternoon. C frequent short sleeps. B performance at school. C emotional well-being. A poor diet B lack of exercise C lack of discipline at home 5 What advice does the doctor give for teenagers who have trouble getting to sleep? A read a favourite book B listen to music C drink hot chocolate 6 What does the doctor think schools should do? A shorten the school day B offer classes in the evenings C start lessons later 7 The doctor says that you may find when you wake up A you have forgotten a problem.
B you can see a solution to a problem. C you think a problem is less important. I'm bored. A Grammar Third conditional 1 Read about the morning when Rose met her husband. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. Published on May 30, SlideShare Explore Search You. Submit Search. Successfully reported this slideshow. We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
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