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Choose the correct words in the box and write them on the lines. You do not need to use all the words.

cashier athletic extinct miserable dormitory
illegal rhinoceros demonstrate application hippopotamus

Example: strong, healthy, and good at sports. athletic

1. : not allowed by the law

2. : a room for several people to sleep in, especially in a school or other institution 

3. : a person whose job is to receive and pay out money in a shop, bank, restaurant, etc

4. : to show or make something clear

5. : extremely unhappy

6. : a very large, thick-skinned animal from Africa or Asia that has one or two horns on its nose 

When the ground floor was on fire, they _____ on the fifth floor of the building.

  • are sleeping
  • have slept
  • were sleeping
  • will sleep

Watching TV all day is a bad habit _____ we get no exercise and we often eat unhealthy snacks when watching TV as well.

  • but
  • though
  • because
  • therefore

- “Let’s open a small craft store to raise money for the poor villagers!”

- “______”

  • That’s a good idea!
  • Thanks, I can manage.
  • No problem.
  • That’s the way it is.
Half the way of the trip, we stopped _____ and let the others _____ up with us.
  • to rest/catch
  • resting/catch
  • resting/to catch
  • to rest/to catch

I wish I _______ go to the beach today, but I have to stay at home and study.

  • could
  • am
  • can
  • were

John is not at home. He______be at the library. I am not sure.

  • have to
  • will
  • should
  • might

My best friend has a great ________and everyone likes her.

  • person
  • personality
  • impersonal
  • personal

There was hardly enough food for everyone at the wedding,_____?

  • was it
  • wasn't it
  • wasn't there
  • was there

We________Dan a new rucksack for his summer holiday.

  • already have got
  • get already
  • already get
  • have already got

I enjoy ____ the whole vacation on the island with my family.

  • to spend
  • spend
  • spending
  • spent

Emma is talking to her friend, Marry. Read the conversation and choose the best answer. Write a letter (A-J) for each question. You do not need to use all the letters.

A. That sounds good! Where are you going to get it? 
B. Great and maybe I'll look for a cheaper present! 
C. Yes, but I haven't got her present yet.
D. Oh, that's a great idea! When are you going to get it? 
E. Well, shall we go together then? 
F. I don't know what present to get! 
G. I'm not sure. I was thinking about a camera. 
H. Oh, it might be. What are you getting her then?
I. No, I am not. I don't think she will hold it.
J. I have enough money.

Emma: Hi Mary. Are you going to Sarah's party?

Mary:

Emma: So what are you going to get her?

Mary:

Emma: Don't you think that'll be too expensive?

Mary:

Emma: I thought I'd get a game for her new computer.

Mary:

Emma: Tomorrow after school, I think.

Mary:

Emma: Yes, OK. I'll meet you in the hall after the lessons.

Mary:

Read the text. Choose the correct word from the box to fill in each blank.

interested | immediately | polite| important | right | social

In the United States and Canada, it is very to look at a person directly in the eyes when you are having a conversation with him or her. If you look down or to the side when the other person is talking, that person will think that you are not in what he or she is saying. This, of course, is not . If you look down or to the side when you are talking, it might seem that you are not honest. However, people who are speaking will sometimes look away for a few seconds when they are thinking or trying to find the word. But they always turn back to look the listener directly in the eyes. These "rules" are the same for two men, two women, a man and a woman, or an adult and a child. 

Read the passage and use NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER to answer each question.

Met the ancestors

When you look in the mirror, do you see your father’s smile? Maybe you take after your mother or look like a grandparent? That’s because of DNA. Our DNA contains genes that make each person in the world different - no two people look, think, or act the same. We pass down our genes through generations. Scientists can test your DNA to find out which part of the world your ancestors were from.
Your family’s history may be a mystery to you, but there’s a way to find out about it. It’s called genealogy, and it's the study of the people you are related to. Genealogy helps you put together your family history. It starts with the relatives you know, such as parents and grandparents, and then you can learn about ancestors who lived and died before you were born.
It isn‘t difficult to learn about your past. You can begin by asking your relatives questions about your ancestors. While you are talking with family members, take notes. This helps you organize any information you get. Make sure you write down any names, dates or places people mention. Then you can draw a family tree with your name at the top. Then you would add all the relatives from you to your great grandparents so you can see how everyone is related.
If there any blank boxes in your tree it's time for some detective work! Many people begin at a library where they can look for family names in old newspapers. Public records are usually a very good thing to look at too. They have information about births, marriages and death certificates too. Some records show when people moved to a country. Sometimes, records tell you where people went to school and what their job was. You can also search the Internet. With every bit of research you do, you are discovering your family’s history.

(Adapted from Close-up B1 pre-intermediate student’s book)

1. What makes you have similarities with other family members?

2. Which study can help you find out about your family's history?

3. What should you do while asking your relatives about your ancestors?

4. After gaining the necessary information, what can you draw?

5. Where do people go to look for their family names?

6. Public records can help you find information about births, marriages and .

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning to the first.

"Don't make too much noise, children!" he said. => He told ............

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning to the first.

"You damaged my camera", said Hung to his sister.

=> Hung accused .............

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning to the first.

He learned to drive when he was eighteen. => He has .........

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning to the first.

If you don’t take a rest, you will be ill. => Unless ............

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning to the first.

It was a mistake for him to buy that house. => He shouldn't ...........

Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning to the first.

Mr. Hung is the most intelligent person I've ever known. => I have never ...........