She put new _____ on the bed.
Tam was a very _____ girl who had to work all day.
The festival took _____ in a remote area but a lot of people attended it.
Sam is talking to her friend Marina about a new friend Birgit. Read the conversation and choose the best answer. Write a letter (A-H) for each question.
A. It's Pavlopoulos. My Dad comes from Greece.
B. Sorry, can you say that again? How do you spell it?
C. I don't think so.
D. That's right!
E. Oh hi, nice to meet you. Where are you from?
F. Well, don’t worry, so is my surname.
G. Hi, Sam. I'm fine, thanks.
H. What language do you speak?
Sam: Hello, Marina. How are you?
Sam: Marina, this is my pen-friend. She's staying with me for a week.
Birgit: I’m from Germany. Pleased to meet you too, Sam. My name’s Birgit.
Birgit: It's Birgit. That's B-I-R-G-I-T. It’s quite difficult for English people to say.
Birgit: Really? Why? What's your surname?
Birgit: Oh! So we have the same problem!
Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word.
Louis Armstrong, who born in 1990 and died in 1971, was a very famous jazz musician. He used to be known “Satchmo” and this nickname stayed with him for the rest of his . As a child in New Orleans, he learned to the trumpet while he was living in a special home for children who had got into with the police. When he had finished his stay in the home, he joined various bands and then he formed his own. Between 1925 1928, he made about 60 records. These records made him one the first solo stars in the history of pop . When he died, he had been making records and he had been touring all over the for more than forty years, and he was just as popular he had been before. He even had a number one pop record – What A Wonderful World – in the 1960s.
Which notice (A-H) says this (1-5)?
For each question, choose the correct letter.
1. It is possible to swim later in the evening now
2. This is cheaper because it isn't new.
3. All our prices are lower for a short time.
4. You can pay for your journey in a different way if necessary.
5. If you are 15 or younger, you may win some money.
Read the passage and answer the questions.
One day my dad said, "Why don't we have a street party?" This means that the street is closed so cars can’t use it, and people put tables and chairs out in the street, then have a party! Dad said there was one in 1977 and he still remembers it well. Everyone loved it! I couldn't believe that since 1977 they never had another one. If it was so good, why not do it again?
We started to organise it, together with some other people. I helped to make the web page, so everyone on the street knew about the party and could post their old photos from the party in 1977. There were some pictures of my dad when he was a kid, together with his friends, who have moved away from the street now. lt was interesting to see that the buildings on the street haven't changed at all!
My mum was a bit worried about the party. "But a lot of people on the street don’t really know each other?" she said. "What if they don't have anything to talk about?" I just said, "Relax, Mum. It'll be great." So, what was the party like? It was fantastic! My friends and I really liked speaking to an old lady called Louisa. She's 89 and was telling us about when she and her friends were our age.
So now I always chat to her when I see her on the street. I didn't know who she was before, so I'm glad we had the party.
What is the best title for the story?
Read the descriptions of different places that you can buy things. 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. People can buy fruit and vegetables here.||
m _ _ _ _ _
|2. This shop sells newspapers.||
n _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
|3. This shop sells medicines.||
c _ _ _ _ _ _
|4. If you go here, you can buy most things.||
s _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
|5. Buy your stamps at this place.||
p _ _ _ o _ _ _ _ _
5. p o
1. Read the email from your friend Lucy. Write an email to Lucy to answer the questions. Write 25 - 35 words.
2. Write a story which must begin with this sentence: "I was glad when my phone started to ring" Write 80 - 100 words.
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Where’s Oliver’s phone now?
Where did Paul stay on holiday this year?
Which subject will they study first today?
Why was Tina late for school today?
You will hear a teenager asking for information about a sports shirt.
For each question, write the correct answer in the gap. Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR NUMBERS.
FastPace Sports Equipment
0. Item: tennis shirt
3. Price: £
4. Date of order: of March
5. Send to:
For each question, choose the correct answer.
Listen to Stephen talking to Jenny about making some soup.