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WORKbook 3

Answer key

Starter unit

7 Do you have breakfast every
day?
8 Does your brother go to work?

Vocabulary (page 4)
1 1 common – rare
2 noisy – quiet
3 boring – exciting
4 clean – dirty
5 easy – difficult
6 far – near
7 heavy – light
8 safe – dangerous
9 powerful – weak
10 unhealthy – healthy
11 useful – useless
2 1 dirty
2 heavy
3 far
4 useful

5 easy
6 weak
7 exciting
8 noisy

3 1
a 3
a 5
b
2 b 4 c 6 c
4 Students’ own answers.

Language focus (page 5)
1 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

is more expensive than
isn’t as long as
is cheaper than
isn’t as expensive as
is shorter than
is more exciting than
is more boring than
isn’t as good as

2 1 Dog Police is the cheapest
DVD.
2 Tom met Sally is the shortest
DVD.
3 The Scientists is the longest
DVD.
4 Dog Police is the most
exciting DVD.
5 Tom met Sally is the most
boring DVD.
6 Dog Police is the best DVD.
3 1 They don’t tidy their room
every day.
2 Gina washes up every evening.
3 I don’t sleep for eight hours
every night.
4 Harry does his homework
once a week.
5 They drive to work every
morning.
6 School doesn’t finish at
two o’clock.

TV and news

4 Students’ own answers.

Vocabulary (page 8)

Vocabulary (page 6)

1 1 d
2 e
3 g

1 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

get up
have breakfast
get the bus
school starts
watch TV
do homework
go to bed
go to sleep

2 1 go
2 plays
3 watch
4 do

5 go
6 have
7 shopping
8 bed

3 1 gets
2 starts
3 relaxes
4 goes

5 does
6 watches
7 goes

4 Students’ own answers.

Language focus (page 7)
1 1 aren’t
2 ’s
3 ’s
2 1
2
3


4 ’m
5 aren’t
6 ’m not

’s cooking, isn’t reading
’s chatting, isn’t sleeping
are going to school, aren’t
having breakfast

3 1 Are you studying
2 ’m chatting
3 ’re talking
4 talk
5 don’t chat
6 listen
7 ’s your sister doing
8 Is she doing
9 does
10 ’s watching
4 Students’ own answers.

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Unit 1

7 a
8 b
9 h

2 1 camera
2 audience
3 remote control
4 episode
5 character
6 programme
7 screen
8 series
3 1 show
2 audience
3 cameras

4 presenter
5 adverts
6 channels

4 Students’ own answers.

Language focus (page 9)
1 1 were, There were
2 was
3 was
4 Were
5 wasn’t, was
6 weren’t
7 were
8 Were there
2 1

2

3

4
5

6
7

8


There were two channels
without adverts.
Was there a new character in
the show this week?
Was the remote control next
to the TV?
Were you in the audience?
There wasn’t a new presenter
in this series.
It was a new series.
Who were the participants in
Big Brother?
There weren’t many TV
broadcasts in the 1940s.

3 1 made
2 didn’t have
3 recorded
4 were
5 worked
4 1
2
3

4



4 f
5 c
6 i

6 didn’t stay
7 slept
8 flew
9 followed

When did you meet him?
Did you like him?
Where did you go after
Los Angeles?
Did you sleep in a hotel?

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WORKbook 3

Answer key

5 Did you fly?
6 Why did you drive?

Vocabulary (page 10)
1 1 film
2 quiz show
3 sports programme
4 the news
5 talent show
6 weather forecast
7 chat show
2 1 documentary
2 soap opera
3 talent show
4 game show
5 drama
6 reality show
7 the news
3 1 cartoon
2 quiz show
3 medical drama
4 A sports programme
5 film
6 chat show
4 Students’ own answers.

Language focus (page 11)
1 1 was
2 were
3 weren’t
4 wasn’t

5 weren’t
6 was
7 Was
8 were

2 1 b
2 a

5 b
6 c

3 a
4 c

3 1 What were you doing?
Students’ own answers.
2 What were you wearing?
Students’ own answers.
3 Who were you talking to?
Students’ own answers.
4 What were your friends
doing?
Students’ own answers.
5 What was your dad doing?
Students’ own answers.
6 Was your mum cooking?
Students’ own answers.
4 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8


2

was watching, fell
Were, doing, called
weren’t listening, asked
Did, see, were walking
started, was getting
came, was laughing
was looking, arrived
driving, happened

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Reading (page 12)

Progress review (pages 14–15)

1 c

1 1 channel
2 audience
3 presenter

4 episodes
5 programme
6 character

2 1 Was
2 wasn’t
3 Were there
4 there were

5 were
6 was
7 Were there
8 there was

3 1 watched
2 had
3 shouted
4 sent

5 went
6 learnt
7 complained
8 understood

2 1 b
2 a

3 c
4 e

5 d

3 1 Pacific Ocean
2 Sydney
3 Los Angeles
4 Matthew Fox
5 Jack
6 USA
4 1 They worked together to find
food.
2 They were walking in the
jungle when they saw the
polar bear.
3 ‘The Others’ were living on
the island.
4 The audience learnt more
about the characters through
flashbacks.
5 The show was popular
because the plot was very
unusual.
6 It ended in 2010.
5 1 attracted
2 loved
3 won

4 showed
5 broadcast

3 e
4 c

2 1 Then
2 Later
3 As soon as

5 b
4 While
5 finally
6 When

3 1 over the Alps
2 weren’t worried
3 the plane had four engines
4 changed direction
5 the third engine stopped
6 lost
7 they were flying over the
mountains
8 stopped
9 they were flying over the last
mountain
10 crashed near a farm
11 The rescue services helped
the survivors all night
12 thanked the pilots for their
great work
4 Students’ own answers.

5 1 reality show
2 medical drama
3 documentary
4 film
5 sports programme
6 1
2
3
4
5
6

Writing (page 13)
1 1 d
2 a

4 1 Did you watch Tintin
yesterday?
2 Where did you see it?
3 I went to the Odeon with
Marc.
4 Then we had lunch in a café.
5 You didn’t call me.
6 I didn’t have your number.

were crying, finished
went out, were watching
came, was talking
wasn’t smiling, took
dropped, was having
was raining, arrived

7 1 fed up
2 news
3 Really

4 about
5 happened

8 1 c
2 f

5 a

3 e
4 b

Unit 2
Vocabulary (page 16)
1 1
2
3
4
5
6
7

a bar of chocolate
a carton of juice
a tube of toothpaste
a roll of toilet paper
a box of washing powder
a bag of apples
a can of fizzy drink

2 1 d
2 c
3 a

4 b
5 d
6 a

7 b
8 c

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Answer key

3 1 shampoo
2 chocolate
3 beans
4 toothpaste
5 toilet paper
6 washing powder
4 Students’ own answers.

Language focus (page 17)
1 1 a lot of
2 much
3 many
4 much
5 some

6 any
7 any
8 any
9 any

2 1 There isn’t much milk in the
fridge.
2 How much fruit does he eat?
3 There aren’t any eggs in the
box.
4 She hasn’t got many hip hop
CDs.
5 There’s some soap in the
bathroom.
6 Your brother has got a lot of
DVDs.
7 How many apples are there in
this bag?
3 1


2


3

4

5

6


Yusuf read a blog which was
about the life of a family in
New York.
Al Gore is an American who
made a famous film about
the environment.
We went to Lily’s house where
I played with her dog.
His mother is a doctor who
works at the hospital in town.
I heard some music which
was really cool.
Cara went to a new shop
where she met a friend.

4 Students’ own answers.

Vocabulary (page 18)
1 1 burn
2 bury
3 pollute

4 recycle
5 throw away

2 1 b
2 d

5 a
6 c

3 f
4 e

3 1 waste
2 poison
3 save
4 burn

5 reuse
6 pollutes
7 destroy

4 1 recycle
2 burn
3 pollutes

5 1 sandwich
2 powder
3 present

4 paper
5 ice cream

Language focus (page 19)

Writing (page 21)

1 1 too many
2 too much
3 enough

4 enough
5 enough
6 enough

1 1 because
2 so
3 so

4 because
5 because
6 so

2 1 too much
2 too
3 enough

4 too many
5 enough
6 too much

2 1 d
2 c

5 f
6 a

3 1 Our oceans are too dirty.
2 Those concert tickets are too
expensive.
3 The swimming pool isn’t near
enough.
4 Her brother isn’t old enough
for that disco.
5 That laptop isn’t light enough.
6 Your old bike is too dangerous.
4 1
2
3
4
5
6

too much noise
too many books
too many cars
too many CDs
too much homework
too many visitors

3 b
4 e

3 1 shows my local park
2 tennis or basketball courts
3 one small football pitch
4 café, so we can’t buy drinks or
ice creams
5 spends all its money on things
for babies and young children
6 teenagers to go to the park
with friends in the evening
7 do something to change this
situation
8 hasn’t got a lot of money
9 must do something to help
bored teenagers. We need a
place to go.
4 Students’ own answers.

5 Students’ own answers.

Progress review (pages 22–23)

Reading (page 20)

1 1 bar
2 tube
3 can

4 bag
5 roll
6 carton

2 1 many
2 a lot of
3 some

4 much
5 any
6 much

3 1 c
2 a

5 b
6 d

1 c
2 1 E
2 C

3 B
4 D

5 A

3 1 true 4 false
2 false 5 false
3 true 6 true
4 1


2

3
4


5

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4 bury
5 reuse
6 waste

One of the designers used
old firemen’s trousers to make
a jacket.
One of the designers used car
seats to make a pair of shoes.
They’re called ‘eco-designers’.
The designers are worried
about the impact of clothes
on the environment.
One designer thinks that we
need to recycle much more.
It creates too much rubbish
and sometimes it’s difficult to
recycle the materials.



3 e
4 f

4 1 where
2 who
3 which

4 who
5 which
6 where

5 1 reuse
2 destroy
3 poison
4 throw away, recycle
5 burn, pollute
6 save
7 waste
8 bury
6 1 too
2 enough
3 too many

4 enough
5 too much
6 too

7 1 c

5 b

3 d

7 a

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2 f

4 g

8 1 because
2 shows
3 possibly
4 for

Answer key

6 e
5 Firstly
6 so
7 Secondly
8 about

Unit 3
Vocabulary (page 24)
1 1
2
3
4
5
6
7

(instant) messaging
personal (webpage)
(file) sharing
message (board)
(email) attachment
online (game)
(search) engine

2 1
2
3
4
5
6

an email
a chat room
a message board
a search engine
a blog
a webcam

3 1 email
2 create
3 post
4 send

5 use
6 search
7 blog
8 download

4 Students’ own answers.

Language focus (page 25)
1 1 has
2 have
3 haven’t

4 hasn’t
5 haven’t

2 1 Tom hasn’t created a personal
webpage.
2 I’ve played some new online
games.
3 She’s joined an online chess
club.
4 Fifty people have logged on to
our website.
5 I haven’t messaged my
friends today.
6 Your grandma hasn’t used a
computer.
7 They haven’t chatted online
before.
8 We’ve visited your website.
3 1 Mike and Jacob haven’t
designed the website.
2 Rob has taken photos for the
site.
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interviewed Year 13 students.
4 Bev and Harry haven’t written
the stories.
5 Year 11 haven’t put the
information online.
6 Mrs Foster hasn’t told the
other classes about the
website.

film?
5 What has she sent?
6 Have you (ever) shared files?

Reading (page 28)
1 a

4 Students’ own answers.

2 1 d
2 a

3 b
4 e

5 c

Vocabulary (page 26)

3 1 c
2 c

3 a
4 a

5 b

1 1 password
2 hacker
3 firewall
4 phishing

5 spam
6 virus
7 inbox

2 1
b 3
b 5
a 7
c
2 c 4 b 6 b
3 1 viruses
4 hackers
2 passwords 5 phishing
3 firewalls
6 spam
4 Students’ own answers.

Language focus (page 27)
1 1 Has
2 Have
3 Has
2 1
2
3
4
5
6
7

4 1 Nothing, it’s free to join TSL. /
It doesn’t cost anything.
2 Only teenagers aged 13–17.
3 They can go shopping, spend
money, make friends, play
sports, join a band and play
music.
4 He learns about social and
world problems.
5 Jan has enjoyed chatting and
messaging.
6 Jan chats with players from
other countries.
5 1 c
2 e

4 have
5 has
6 have

3 f
4 a

5 b
6 d

Writing (page 29)

Have, downloaded
Have, emailed
Have, used
Have, created
Have, installed
Has, learnt
has, studied

3 1 Have they seen our website?
2 Why have you given me this
password?
3 Which blogs has he read?
4 Have they emailed the
attachments?
5 Has Clare created a new
webpage?
6 Where has he posted the
messages?
7 Have you received (any)
spam?
8 Who has sent me this email?
4 1 Have you (ever) played Super
Mario?
2 Has he (ever) created a new
webpage?
3 Where have they gone?
4 Have they downloaded the

1 1 Although
2 but
3 too

4 However
5 also
6 but

2 1 but
2 too
3 However,

4 also
5 Although
6 but

3 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

don’t pay for it
it’s a problem
they work hard
Illegal downloading is
have enough money
downloaded music illegally
share CDs with my friends
friends enjoy it (too)
it’s a problem

4 Students’ own answers.

Progress review (pages 30–31)
1 1 webpage 5 message
2 shared
6 messaging
3 online games 7 post
4 webcam

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Answer key

2 1 I have/haven’t messaged
people.
2 I have/haven’t shared files.
3 I have/haven’t posted
messages.
4 I have/haven’t created a
personal webpage.
5 I have/haven’t played games
online.
6 I have/haven’t used a
webcam.
7 I have/haven’t blogged.
8 I have/haven’t chatted with
somebody from another
country.
3 1 spends
2 recognize
3 makes
4 play
4 1
2
3
4
5
6

5 turns on
6 fights
7 feels

have/haven’t been
has/hasn’t spent
have/haven’t searched
has/hasn’t emailed
have/haven’t chatted
have/haven’t sent

5 1 b
2 b

3 c
4 c

5 a

6 1 Have you ever created a
personal webpage?
2 Have you ever used a
webcam?
3 What songs have you
downloaded this month?
4 Who have you emailed
recently?
5 Which websites have you
visited today?
7 1 What
2 matter
3 sorry

4 mean
5 relief
6 happen

8 1 in
2 my
3 From

4 problem
5 For
6 think

Unit 4
Vocabulary (page 32)
1 1 curious (across)
1 confident (down)
2 shy
3 generous
4 sensible
5 mean

6 innocent
7 serious
8 sensitive
9 intolerant
10 intelligent
11 friendly
2 1 c
2 c

3 1 friendly
2 sensible
3 generous

5 a
6 b
4 intelligent
5 curious
6 serious

Language focus (page 33)
1 1 really
2 very
3 quite

4 bit
5 very

2 1 I’m not very tolerant at home.
2 This football match is very
exciting.
3 That young artist is incredibly
ambitious.
4 Some teenagers go to bed
quite late.
5 That exam question is a bit
difficult.
3 1 I’ve already watched this film.
2 He’s just played a new song.
3 Has Daniel become a celebrity
yet?
4 We still haven’t finished our
new album.
5 Have they started their tour
yet?
4 1
2
3
4
5
6

’ve just had lunch
’ve just asked the teacher
’ve just won a competition
’s just come out of the sea
’ve just played tennis
’s just had an accident

5 Students’ own answers.

Vocabulary (page 34)
1 1 style
5 strong
2 good-looking 6 courageous
3 talent
7 ego
4 independent 8 luck
2 1 famous
2 good looks
3 stylish
4 intelligent
5 fame

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3 a
4 b

3 1 talent
2 ego
3 famous
4 skill

6 skilful
7 strength
8 intelligence
9 courage



5 stylish
6 courage
7 strong

4 1 famous
2 skill
3 strong
4 independence
5 egotistical
6 courage

Language focus (page 35)
1 1 since
2 since
3 for
4 since
5 for
6 for

7 for
8 since
9 for
10 since
11 for
12 since

2 1 How long has he played the
drums?
He’s played the drums since
he was six.
2 How long have we had that
piano?
We’ve had that piano for four
months.
3 How long have they studied
music?
They’ve studied music for
many years.
4 How long has Maria worked
with the band?
Maria has worked with the
band since last year.
5 How long has that singer
lived in New York?
That singer has lived in New
York since 2010.
6 How long have you liked the
Sugababes?
I’ve liked the Sugababes?
for a long time.
7 How long has he worked at
the record company?
He’s worked at the record
company since November.
3 1 finished
2 ’s lived
3 haven’t seen
4 Have, played
5 didn’t listen
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4 1 arrived
2 ’ve done
3 ’ve visited
4 has been
5 hasn’t said

Answer key

6 went
7 started
8 played
9 haven’t gone
10 haven’t taken

Reading (page 36)
1 b
2 1 b
2 d

3 e
4 c

5 a

3 1 b
2 a

3 c
4 b

5 c

4 1 He started it because
teenagers couldn’t get into
normal clubs to see live music.
2 It was in London.
3 Dizzee Rascal, Foals and
Mystery Jets have played at
the Underage Festival.
4 The festival happens in
August.
5 It starts at eleven o’clock and
finishes at eight o’clock.
6 Because it’s only open to
teenagers between the ages
of 14 and 18.
5 1 sleepless
4 successful
2 uncreative 5 pointless
3 unkind
6 predictable

Writing (page 37)
1 1 My favourite actor has got
short, dark hair.
2 You’re wearing a long, black
T-shirt.
3 Miley Cyrus is in a strange,
new film.
4 It’s a famous, old book.
5 He’s a confident, little boy.
6 We’ve got a new, red car.
2 1 You’ve got wonderful, big
green eyes.
2 We’re watching an excellent,
old DVD.
3 Anna has got a small, brown
dog.
4 He’s a stylish, modern singer.
5 She’s got nice long, black hair.
6 Adam is a shy, young boy.
3 1 from Ireland
2 was born in a small, old town
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3 has been involved in the
world of dance
4 he was a little boy
5 first studied modern dance
6 started to appear on stage
7 big break was
8 won a local children’s talent
show
9 moved to Manchester
10 studied dance and drama at
the university
11 ’s lived in Manchester since
then
12 teaches hip hop dance to
teenagers
4 Students’ own answers.

Progress review (pages 38–39)
1 1 shy
2 ambitious
3 mean
4 sensitive

5 serious
6 tolerant
7 cheerful
8 curious

2 1 really
2 not very
3 very

4 quite
5 incredibly
6 a bit

5 just
6 yet
7 already

5 1 style
5 lucky
2 independence 6 egotistical
3 courage
7 creative
4 skill
6 1 He’s lived in Hollywood since
October.
2 She hasn’t released an album
for three years.
3 They’ve studied English since
2007.
4 He’s played with this band
since last year.
5 You’ve known that singer for
six months.
6 I’ve listened to hip hop music
for a long time.
7 1 d
2 a

3 g
4 f

5 b
6 c

Unit 5
Vocabulary (page 40)
1 1 c
2 e
3 b

4 g
5 a
6 i

7 d
8 h
9 f

2 1 a 3 c 5 b
2
a 4
a 6
a
3 1 bullied
2 revised
3 made
4 failed
5 cheated, suspended
6 played
7 copied
8 left
4 Students’ own answers.

3 1 worldwide 4 predictable
2 sleepless
5 unkind
3 successful
4 1 still
2 yet
3 just
4 already

8 1 born
6 since
2 good-looking 7 break
3 long
8 winners
4 personality 9 then
5 involved

7 e

Language focus (page 41)
1 1 mustn’t
2 should
3 should
4 mustn’t

5 should
6 mustn’t
7 mustn’t
8 Should

2 1
2
3
4

mustn’t have 5 must be
should bring 6 must study
mustn’t run 7 should be
mustn’t eat

3 1
2
3
4
5
6

doesn’t have to revise
have to wear
has to get
don’t have to go
Does, have to play
has to do

4 Students’ own answers.

Vocabulary (page 42)
1 1 state
2 secondary
3 uniform
4 primary
5 single-sex
6 school-leaving age

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2 1
2
3
4
5
6
7

state school
private school
secondary school
school subjects
school-leaving age
school holidays
school uniform

3 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

mixed school
school uniform
single-sex school
secondary school
school-leaving age
school rules
school holidays
private school

Answer key
4 1 grades
2 movies
3 candy

Writing (page 45)
1 1 Firstly
2 Secondly
3 Finally
2 Firstly, email is a good idea
because it’s quicker than a letter.
Secondly, it’s easier to type
than to write. Also, you can add
attachments. Finally, it’s better
for the environment.

4 Students’ own answers.

Language focus (page 43)
1 1 a
2 b

3 b
4 c

2 1 should
2 mustn’t
3 mustn’t
3 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

5 c
6 a

7 a

4 must
5 should

mustn’t drop, should use
should rest
have to leave
don’t have to get up
must write, doesn’t have to be
mustn’t bully
has to go
should visit

4 Students’ own answers.

Reading (page 44)
1 c
2 1 false
2 false
3 false

4 cookies
5 cell phone
6 principal

4 true
5 true
6 false

3 1 She has to go to sleep at 11p.m.
2 Four: English, maths, science
and Welsh.
3 Two: English and Welsh. (She
doesn’t have to study French,
it isn’t compulsory.)
4 She doesn’t like PSHE because
it’s boring.
5 They have to study harder
than some students and can’t
say they’ve left homework at
home.

3 1 students’ progress
2 not in favour
3 several reasons
4 good in class
5 they get nervous
6 get good marks
7 facts for a short while
8 understand the subject
9 exams should be realistic
10 use dictionaries and
calculators
11 essays and project work
4 Students’ own answers.

Progress review (pages 46–47)
1 1 suspended
2 play truant
3 copied
4 got good marks
5 passed
6 cheated
7 expel
2 1 We should help new students.
2 We mustn’t copy our friends’
work.
3 We should be friendly to
everybody.
4 We mustn’t text during
classes.
5 We must do our homework.
6 We must get to classes on
time.
3 1 secondary school
2 marks
3 mobiles
4 trousers
5 head teacher
6 shop

5 1 single-sex
2 state school
3 private school
4 school subjects
5 school holidays
6 school uniform
6 1 don’t have to 4 should
2 have to
5 must
3 shouldn’t 6 shouldn’t
7 1 matter
2 should
3 Whatever

4 sure
5 think

8 1
b 3
b 5
c
2 a 4 c

Unit 6
Vocabulary (page 48)
1 1 protest
2 collect
3 organize
4 donate
5 petition

6 march
7 ban
8 meet
9 campaign

2 1 sponsor
2 boycott
3 ban
4 meet
5 march

6 campaign
7 petition
8 promote
9 volunteer

3 1 donate
2 protest
3 organize
4 collection

5 boycott
6 campaign
7 donation

4 1 volunteer 4 sponsor
2 organization 5 meet
3 collect
6 promote

Language focus (page 49)
1 1 won’t
2 Will
3 protest
2 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

4 might
5 might not

’ll volunteer
won’t come
might like
might not get
won’t wait
’ll go
’ll donate
might not help

4 Students’ own answers.
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Answer key

3 1 If you ask everybody for £1,
you’ll collect lots of money.
2 If David speaks to the
teachers, they’ll sign the
petition.
3 If you don’t read our leaflet
carefully, you won’t
understand it.
4 If my sister goes on the
march, my mum will be
worried.
5 If it rains on Saturday, we’ll
take a big umbrella.
6 If we take the fast train, we’ll
arrive on time.
4 Students’ own answers.

Vocabulary (page 50)
1 1 find out
2 sign up
3 carry on

4 look after
5 set up

2 1 d
2 b

5 c
6 b

3 a
4 d

3 1 find out
2 join in
3 carry on
4 1
2
3
4

look after
carry on
wipe out
end up

4 wipe out
5 look after
6 end up
5 join in
6 find out
7 sign up

Language focus (page 51)
1 1 ’s
2 ’re
3 ’m not
4 isn’t

5 aren’t
6 Am
7 Is
8 Are

2 1 b
2 d

5 c
6 f

3 1
2
3
4
5
6

3 e
4 g



8

7 a

will wipe out
’s going to make
’ll finish
’m going to have
won’t find
’re not going to travel
On Friday evening, Ben is
playing in a football match.
On Saturday afternoon,
Jodie and Cara are cooking
with friends.

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On Saturday afternoon, Ben
is having a pizza with his best
friend Mark.
On Sunday morning, Jodie
and Cara are watching a DVD.
On Sunday morning, Ben is
visiting his grandparents.

Reading (page 52)
1 b
2 1 false
2 true
3 false
3 1


2


3


4

5



4 true
5 false
6 true

4 1 unnecessary, unacceptable
2 impatient, insane, imperfect
3 impractical
4 unhealthy
5 unhappy, unkind, insensitive

1 1 as
2 For this reason
3 because
4 As
5 because
6 as
7 therefore
2 1 c The letter is important. For
this reason, we’re going to
read it carefully.
2 d We’re going to meet some
politicians because we want
to talk about nuclear power.
3 b You didn’t write a letter to
the newspaper. For this
reason, we didn’t get any
publicity.
4 a She isn’t going to join in
your campaign because she
doesn’t support your ideas.

3 1 we’re concerned about the
open-air swimming pool in
town
2 If it closes, there will be
nowhere
3 We have therefore decided to
set up a campaign
4 We’re going to have a party
5 we’re going to sell cakes to
collect money
6 You’ll know a lot of people
there.
4 Students’ own answers.

You can find two other
Rainforest Foundations in the
USA and Norway.
They started it after they saw
the unacceptable destruction
of the Amazon rainforest.
It has projects in different
countries including Brazil,
Peru, Cameroon and Uganda.
It has saved 100,000 square
kilometres of rainforest.
You can look at their
webpage or sign up for an
email newsletter.

Writing (page 53)

4 Students’ own answers.
5 1

2



3


4

5


Progress review (pages 54–55)
Vocabulary
1 1 petition
2 sponsor
3 meeting
4 volunteer

5 march
6 collect
7 ban

2 1 will
2 might
3 might

4 Will
5 will
6 might

Reading
3 1 unhealthy
2 imperfect
3 impatient
4 unhappy, insensitive
5 unacceptable

Language focus
4 1
2
3
4
5
6

organize, ’ll save
won’t come, rains
collect, ’ll give
starts, ’ll help
’ll lose, don’t put
won’t pass, doesn’t study

Vocabulary
5 1 wipe out
2 find out
3 look after

4 set up
5 join in
6 carry on

Language focus
6 1 I’m going to
2 she’ll
3 They’re going to
4 I’ll
5 we’ll
6 He’s going to

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Answer key

Speaking
7 1 d
2 b

3 g
4 f

5 e
6 c

7 a

Writing
8 1 Madam
2 represent
3 concerned
4 opinion
5 If

6 hand
7 therefore
8 reason
9 hope
10 faithfully

Students’ own answers.
4 What would you do if your
phone rang in the cinema?
Students’ own answers.
5 If you watched only one film
this month, what would you
choose?
Students’ own answers.
6 Who would you call if you had
only one minute of credit on
your phone?
Students’ own answers.

3 1 couldn’t
2 can
3 could
4 can’t
5 will be able to
6 can
7 couldn’t
8 can
9 can’t
10 will be able to
4 Students’ own answers.

Vocabulary (page 58)

Unit 6
Vocabulary (page 56)
1 1 drama
2 thriller
3 fantasy

4 war film
5 musical
6 western

1 1 c
2 f

3 b
4 a

5 g
6 d

2 1
b 3
b 5
a 7
c
2 c 4 b 6 a 8 c
3 1 scenes
2 setting
3 character

4 director
5 themes
6 plot

2 1 comedies
2 thriller
3 science fiction
4 detective stories
5 spy film
6 cartoon

Language focus (page 59)

3 1 c
2 f
3 d

1 1 didn’t know
2 had
3 stayed

4 g
5 a
6 h

7 e
8 b

4 Students’ own answers.

Language focus (page 57)
1 1 to watch
2 eating
3 to ride
4 appearing

5 to have
6 reading
7 to go
8 to record

2 1 Do you mind washing up?
Students’ own answers.
2 Do you prefer playing football
or tennis?
Students’ own answers.
3 Do you need to do homework
tonight?
Students’ own answers.
4 Does your best friend prefer
talking or listening?
Students’ own answers.
5 Do you enjoy watching horror
films?
Students’ own answers.
6 Have you finished doing this
exercise?
Students’ own answers.
7 Would you like to read a
comic?
Students’ own answers.

4 Students’ own answers.

4 weren’t
5 get

2 1

2

3

4

5

6


She wouldn’t read novels if
she didn’t like them.
What would we see if we
went to the cinema?
He’d be angry if you sent him
this email.
I’d blog about the film if I had
a computer.
I wouldn’t get good marks if I
didn’t study hard.
Would she be in the cast if we
asked her?

3 1
2
3
4
5
6

wouldn’t queue, didn’t want
enjoyed, ’d love
Would, tell, came
wouldn’t expel, apologized
’d fall, watched
Would, help, was

4 1


2



3


What would you buy if you
had £1,000?
Students’ own answers.
If you were a professional
footballer, who would you
play for?
Students’ own answers.
If you were the president,
what would you ban?

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Reading (page 60)
1 c
2 1 b
3 1

2

3


4


2 c

3 a

4 a

The books were big, heavy
and expensive.
They could print thousands of
books quickly and cheaply.
Because people started to
read newspapers and
magazines online.
It means printing a book
while you wait.

4 1 ers
2 er
3 ors

4 or
5 or
6 or

Writing (page 61)
1 1 B

2 D 3 A

2 1 A

2 C

4 C

3 D 4 B

3 1 ‘Friends Forever?’
2 drama
3 the setting
4 characters are Daisy Jennings
and Layla Evans.
5 to Preston
6 becomes
7 Layla is very
8 bully
9 feels
10 it’s very realistic
11 how relationships change
12 really liked the story
13 isn’t happy
14 would enjoy it
4 Students’ own answers.

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