Wearing _____ clothes makes students feel comfortable.
She got a(n) _____ to check all the water pipes in her house.
England _____ 2-2 with Germany in the first round.
Let’s save natural _____ by using solar energy.
Math and Literature are two of the _____ subjects in most examinations in Vietnam.
Adele is talking to her friend, Molly. What does Adele say to Molly? 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. Yes, it's open every day.
B. You can buy tickets more cheaply with a student card.
C. At about nine o'clock in the evening, I think.
D. They've got a café, so we can eat there.
E. How about going to the theme park in Oakley?
F. Hi Molly! How are you?
G. Or why don't you come to my house?
H. We'll get there more quickly by train than bus.
Molly: Hi Adele. It's me, Molly.
Molly: I'm bored! What shall we do?
Molly: That sounds good! What time does it close?
Molly: Oh, we've got ages. Is it expensive?
Molly: Good. How shall we get there?
Molly: Shall we meet at the railway station then?
Molly: OK. I'll be there in twenty minutes.
For each question, write the correct answer. Write ONE word for each gap.
Subject: Summer Job
I've some good news! I found summer job. I'm working a shop assistant in a chocolate shop! I work every morning nine o'clock to twelve o'clock, so I'll free in afternoons.
Subject: Re: Summer Job
Wow! Your job sounds fantastic! Do they give you of free chocolate? I'm not going get a job this summer because I haven't got time. We're going to a visit to my grandparents for six weeks. They live the countryside and they have many animals. I love looking them.
See you soon!
Which notice (A-H) says this (1-5)?
For each question, choose the correct letter.
1. You should put things back in the right place.
2. Go here if you have lost something.
3. You must walk in this place.
4. These students do not have a lesson.
5. You cannot go in through here.
Read the story. For each question, choose the correct answer.
A young cheesemaker 16-year-old Pat Tulloch has an unusual hobby. She makes cheese on the family farm in Australia. She began by making yoghurt with her mother when she was little. Then she started watching her father's workers make cheese. When she was ten, she made some herself for the first time. 'It wasn't great,' she says, 'but the workers told me what I was doing wrong and that helped me to slowly get better.'
Pat always needs good milk for her cheese, but she doesn't have to buy it. Her mother and father keep 100 cows on their farm. Pat can just ask them when she needs more. Last year, Pat's neighbour gave her a young cow to keep and look after, but it doesn't produce milk to make cheese yet.
Pat and her family make several types of cheese. Recently they won a prize for one of them. 'It's been great for helping customers find out about us,' says Pat. 'Last month we started selling cheese in New Zealand. People there read about our prize in a food magazine. Soon we're going to do some advertisements, too.'
Pat's next idea is to post some online recipes for cooking with cheese. 'One of my favourites is cheese with eggs for breakfast. It's great! Our cheese is also lovely with pasta — I hope a restaurant might buy some one day.' But right now Pat is still at school. 'Making cheese is fun and winning a prize for it is great, but doing well in my studies matters more for now.'
Pat learned to make good cheese
Where does Pat get the milk for her cheese?
Pat says winning the prize means
What's the most important thing for Pat at the moment?
In this article, Pat is explaining
Read the description of some things you can find at a train station. 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 wait for their train here.||p _ _ _ _ _ _ _|
|2. You must buy this before you travel on a train.||
t _ _ _ _ _
|3. You sit on this on a train.||
s _ _ _
|4. People carry their clothes in this when they go on holiday.||
s _ _ _ _ _ _ _
|5. If you sit next to this, you will see some great views.||
w _ _ _ _ _
1. Read the email from your friend Alex. Write an email to Alex to answer the questions. Write 25 - 35 words.
2. Write a story which must begin with this sentence: "I was really surprised when I read the email." Write 80 - 100 words.
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What is Betty's phone number?
What will Sarah have for dinner?
What time does the plane leave?
Where are Dad's keys?
What happened to Tom last Saturday?
For each question, write the correct answer in the gap. Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS.
You will hear a boy asking about music lessons.
0. Name of school: Dave Martin's School of Rock
1. Guitar lessons on:
2. Time of class: a.m
3. Largest class size: people
4. Price per lesson: £
5. Course start date: of March
You will listen to Eleanor asking about dance lessons.
For each question, choose the right answer. You will hear the conversation twice.
They have a beginner lesson in _____.
What level ballet lessons does Eleanor want to take?
What days do they have lessons on?
What time do the lessons start?
How much does one lesson cost?