It is often considered to be rude to _____ at someone.
She is a(n) _____ in teaching yoga, and I have learned a lot from her classes.
“Do you _____ your new classmate, or do you two argue?”
The United States has a _____ of around 250 million.
Sometimes people just focus on the _____ benefits without thinking of the environmental risks of certain economic activities.
Jack is talking to his teacher, Mrs White. What does Mrs White say?
Read the conversation and choose the best answer. Write a letter (A–H) for each answer. You do not need to use all the letters.
A. I'm sorry but, you can't, Jack!
B. You'll have to miss that.
C. Yes, well, I'm sorry but I want you to do it again this lunch time.
D. Oh, Jack! Can I have a word about your homework please?
E. OK Jack. But I also want to talk about the English test you did yesterday!
F. But it's Thursday now Jack!
G. Oh, I hope you're feeling better.
H. Yes, well you won't forget this time, with you?
Jack: Hello, Mrs White!
Mrs White: D
Jack: Oh, I'm really sorry but I couldn't do it at the weekend! I was ill you see.
Jack: I know, and I'll do it tonight, Mrs White, I promise!
Jack: Oh yes, I thought that was very difficult!
Jack: Oh, but I've got a football match, Mrs White!
Jack: Could I do it later perhaps?
Read the text and write the missing words. Write one word on each blank.
Terrible Technology is the latest show from Channel 1 and if it not the hit of this season, then I'll eat my floppy disk! In it, complete beginners are provided a computer for a week to see how they get on. There is an expert to help in they get stuck. At the end of the week, as as they have managed to do a series of simple tasks, they can keep the computer. The big surprise is that so many people are unable do it.
Some can't start the computer and others can't it off. Some of them don't even know how to use a CD-ROM drive, unless you count using it to put their coffee cup on!
Others seem to think that the "escape" key has something to do with making off with the computer. Almost no one seems to know how to run a on a computer and you can forget surfing internet. Don't miss tonight's episode when Frank, doesn't approve of modern technology, tries to work out to send an email.
Which advert (A-H) says this (1-5)?
For each question, choose the correct letter.
1. You work with children here.
2. You can get something more cheaply.
3. They will teach you before you start the job.
4. You can stay here without paying.
5. They will give you something to wear.
Read the passage. Then answer the questions.
I don’t wake up very early on school days. I always get up at 7.45 am, have a shower, eat breakfast and leave home at 8.30. I know that's not a lot of time, but I don’t like waking up in the morning! And my first lesson is at 9, so I don’t want to be late.
My mum always makes my lunch for me to take to school. I love that because I don't like the food at school at all and I never eat it. And my friends never eat it, so we all bring our lunch to school. It's funny - we eat our lunch in the canteen, but we don’t eat the food they've got there!
I've got three-afternoon activities. On Tuesdays, I have basketball. I play with my friends and we have a nice time. My afternoon activity on Wednesdays is piano lessons. I like them because I like to spend time with the teacher. She's really great! On Thursdays, I have the maths club. I like it because maths is my favorite subject at school.
My parents, my brother and I get home at different times every day. I usually get home at around 4.30 pm. My mum comes to school to get me in the car. My brother's school is near our house, so he walks. He gets home at 4. My dad gets home from work at around 7. We get home at different times, but we eat dinner at the same time - 8 pm, every night!
My two sisters do a lot of the same things together in the evenings. Melissa, who's 13, and Jessica, who's 14, often watch TV together. They play computer games together too. I sometimes play computer games with them, but I never watch TV with them. Melissa and Jessica always do their homework together, but I never do homework with them.
This person ______
The writer _______ with his sisters.
This student ______
This student likes the ______
Read the descriptions of documents and texts. What is the word for each one? The first letter is already there. There is one space for each other letter in the word.
|1. You read this in a newspaper or magazine.||
a _ _ _ _ _ _
|2. People give you this at special times like your birthday.||
c _ _ _
|3. You can leave this for your friends if they're not at home.||
m _ _ _ _ _ _
|4. People send this to you when they're on holiday.||
p _ _ _ _ _ _ _
|5. You look at this and choose what to eat in a restaurant.||
m _ _ _
1. Read the email from your friend Joey. Write an email to Joey to answer the questions. Write 25 - 35 words.
2. Write a story which must begin with this sentence: "I opened the door very slowly." Write 80 - 100 words.
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What time does the club finish?
Which is Jane's room?
What's Jane going to do this evening?
How tall is Joey now?
Which boy is Sam's brother?
For each question, write the correct answer in the gap. Write one word and/or a number or a date or a time.
You will hear a man talking about rooms for foreign students.
Rooms for students
0. Looking for families with: teenagers
1. Must live near: university
2. Meals needed: breakfast and
3. Age of students: 14 -
4. Students arrive in:
5. Email us by:
For each question, choose the correct answer.
You will hear Tommy talking to his friend Olga about their class party.