If An comes to England, it will be a good _____ for him to improve his English.
He's very _____ about his private life. He's got no secrets.
She was upset because her flight was _____.
The city’s crime _____ has dropped five percent over the last year.
Please _____ the other people in the audience and don’t talk during the show.
Complete the conversation between Henry and her father. What does Henry say to his dad? 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. Is it important?
B. Not really.
C. Good thanks, Dad.
D. I think she's busy too.
E. We're meeting at seven.
F. Can I have some money for a ticket?
G. But I need a lift to Mark's house.
H. Where are you going?
Dad: How was school today, Henry?
Dad: I'm afraid I'm going out and will be late home.
Dad: Can you wait until I get home?
Dad: What time do you need to be there?
Dad: Sorry, I can't help you. Why don't you ask Mum?
Dad: Then you'll have to get the bus.
Dad: OK, here's £3.
Read the passage and fill in each blank with ONE suitable word.
There about 3000 living languages in the world, but only six of them are the most important . Two-thirds of the world’s population speaks those languages. More than 400 million people speak English as their tongue. Another 400 million speak it as a second language. No one knows many people speak it as a foreign language. Chinese is the language with more speakers English, but it is only language for over one billion Chinese people. English is the official language on one-fifth of the land area the world over. It is in North America, Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand. In South Africa and India, it is one the official languages. In many countries, textbooks in universities are written English. More than three-fifths of the radio stations broadcast programs is in English. More than half of the scientific and research journals are in English. English is the of international communication.
Which notice (A-H) says this (1-5)?
For each question, choose the correct letter.
1. You can't drive this way.
2. Children do not have to pay.
3. You can shop here six days a week.
4. Be careful when you stand up.
5. We can answer your questions.
Read the story. Then answer the questions.
As a child, Alain Robert was afraid of heights. One day, when he was 12, he returned home from school. At the front door of his building, he looked for his keys. He didn't have them. It was 3:50, and his parents worked until 6:00 pm. Robert looked at his apartment on the eighth floor. He saw an open window. He closed his eyes and pictured himself climbing the building. When he opened his eyes, he told himself, "I can do it". Fifteen minutes later, he was in his house, and his fear of heights was gone.
Today, Robert (a native of France) still climbs buildings. In 2004, he climbed Taipei 101 (the tallest building in the world at the time), and in 2011 he climbed the Burj Khalifa tower in Dubai. To reach the top of a building, Robert usually uses only his hands and special shoes to climb the Burj Khalifa tower, though, he was made to wear safety ropes.
Robert climbs as a hobby. He also does it to make money for charity (for children and the homeless). When he climbs, he wants to send a message to people. If you have a dream - something you really want to do it can become real. But you must be brave and keep trying. If something bad happens, don't give up. Close your eyes and tell yourself, "I can do it."
(Adapted from Active Skills for Reading Intro by Neil J Anderson)
What is the main idea of this passage?
Where does Robert come from?
When Robert climbs a building, he usually uses ____.
Robert climbs for two reasons. What are they?
If you feel afraid of doing something, what is Robert's advice?
Read the descriptions of some computer words. 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. It's a small computer and you can carry it around.||
l _ _ _ _ _
|2. You look at this when you're using your computer.||
s _ _ _ _ _
|3. It's small and you use it to move words, etc. around.||
m _ _ _ _
|4. You find it on the internet. It gives you information.||
w _ _ _ _ _ _
|5. You use it for typing.||
k _ _ _ _ _ _ _
1. Read the email from your friend Diana. Write an email to Diana to answer the questions. Write 25 - 35 words.
2. Write a story which must begin with this sentence: "The bus was late so I decided to walk." Write 80 - 100 words.
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Which boy is Michael?
What did Sarah have for lunch?
Who went with Sarah?
How are they going to get there?
Where did David lose his umbrella?
For each question, write the correct answer in the gap. Write ONE word or a number, a date, a time.
You will hear some information about a tour of London.
Note about tomorrow
0. Breakfast at: 8.00 a.m
1. Journey to London Eye: take minutes
2. Price of lunch at Convent Garden: £
3. Science Museum - name of film: Deep
4. Have dinner: at the
5. See Grease: at the Theater
Listen to Jenny talking to Mark about buying a computer game.
For each question, choose the correct answer.
The game is not good for people under
Black's PC shop is in
The address of the shop is
The last day you can get a free game is
The computer game cost