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- "Are you looking forward to your holiday?"

- "____"

  • Yes, I’m really excited about it. 
  • Not to worry.
  • We’re going to China. 
  • I go with my family.

Choose a correct answer to complete the conversations.
- Would you like some more dessert?

- _____

  • Enjoy your meal.
  • It’s delicious.
  • No thanks, I’m full.

Choose a correct answer to complete the conversations.
- What time does it finish?

- _____

  • On Thursday.
  • I’m not sure.
  • It takes 15 minutes.

Choose the correct answer to complete the conversations.
- Would you like a cup of tea?

- _____

  • Yes, I like tea.
  • I’d love one.
  • Sorry, I’m not. 

Choose the correct answer to complete the conversations.
- How often do you go hiking?

- _____

  • I go with three friends.
  • We stay for a weekend.
  • Most weekends.

Read the passage and answer the questions below.

I was born in the United States but I have written several travel books about England. I lived there with my wife and four children for 20 years, but for the last three years, we have lived in the United States. Our children are now learning about life in the United States. I’m sure they will be happier because they have lived in two countries. I like Britain I want to return, but my daughter Felicity, is going to start college here soon, so it won’t be for another four years.

I have just been to England for six weeks to work on a radio programme about the English language and also to talk about the book I’ve just written. Most writers don’t like doing this; they don’t like traveling around the country, selling their book. I don’t mind it. I like visiting new places and meeting lots of people. It’s very different from the life I have in the United States when I’m writing. In England, people drove me around in big cars and I stayed in expensive hotels. It was good because I didn’t have to pay any bills. Everyone was kind to me and it was fun.

Bill returned to the United States after living in England for a long time.

  • Right
  • Wrong
  • Doesn’t say

Bill thinks it will be good for his children to live in more than one country.

  • Right
  • Wrong
  • Doesn’t say

Bill’s daughter didn’t want to go to college in England.

  • Right
  • Wrong
  • Doesn’t say

Bill has just visited England to finish writing his new book.

  • Right
  • Wrong
  • Doesn’t say

Bill has traveled to many different places in the United States.

  • Right
  • Wrong
  • Doesn’t say

It costs Bill a lot of money to travel around England for six weeks.

  • Right
  • Wrong
  • Doesn’t say

Read the passage and choose the best answer for the questions below. 

Fourteen-year-old Neil Atkins talks about working on a house-building project in the United States.

I got involved in the house-building project through my uncle Brian. We went to stay with him in the United States for six weeks during the summer holiday. He was helping out on the project and asked me to come along. At first, I wasn’t interested. I was enjoying watching lots of news channels on TV! But after a while, I got bored and went along to see what he was doing. I realized that what he was doing was really great!

He was helping out for an organization that builds houses for people who can’t usually afford them. Instead, the organization buys all the wood and bricks and things you need to build a house. It lends the family the tools and hires some guys who know what they’re doing. They also get people like my uncle, who aren’t builders but who just want to help out in the community, to do the more simple building jobs. The family eventually pay all the money back to the organization, but they can do this for many years, and it’s much cheaper than buying a new house.

I helped out with moving dirt and preparing tea. It was a bit disappointing that I wasn’t allowed to use the tools and do jobs like cutting wood and nailing things together. I understand why they do it, but I do design and technology at school so I know I could do it right. Some people had no idea how to use a hammer correctly! But if I go back next year, I’ll be able to do it, because I’ll be fifteen then.

Why was Neil’s uncle involved in the building project?

  • He lent the family his tools. 
  • He is a qualified builder. 
  • He enjoys helping out other people. 

Which of the following is true about the building project?

  • The organization provides free homes for poor people.
  • The project was filmed and shown on TV.
  • The organization helped to build the house.

Neil was surprised that _____

  • his uncle had such good building skill.
  • some adults didn’t know how to use tools.
  • he wasn’t allowed to cut wood.

Neil will be able to use the tools next year because _____

  • he is planning to study design and technology.
  • he will be old enough.
  • his uncle is going to teach him how to use them.

What might Neil write in his diary about his experience?

  • Building the house was okay, but it wasn’t as fun as watching American TV.
  • Moving dirt and preparing tea was better than doing building work.
  • Building the house was better than watching TV, but I wanted to do more building work.

Choose the correct answer.

What value for z makes this equation true?

8 x 37 = (8 x 30) + (8 x z)

  • 7
  • 8
  • 30

Choose the correct answer.

The trapezoid below can be divided into 3 identical triangles.

If the area of the shaded parallelogram is 16 cm2, what is the area of the trapezoid?

  • 8 cm2
  • 24 cm2
  • 32 cm2

Choose the correct answer.

What is this part of a flower called?

  • Petal.
  • Seed.
  • Stigma.

Choose the correct answer.

Which of the following options indicates a process involved heating?

  • Evaporating.
  • Condensing.
  • Freezing.

Read the text and choose a correct answer to fill in the blank.

The circus, Cirque du Soleil, began in Montreal, Canada. It was started the Canadian Guy Laliberté in 1984. When he left college, Laliberté traveled around Europe and earned money music in the streets. Not long after he returned home, he started Cirque with his friend, Daniel Gauthier. During the 1990s, Cirque grew quickly. It now does shows over the world and the number of people working for it has grown from 73 to than 3,500.

The Cirque does not have any animals, but there are music and dance and each show tells a story. One show, which is called Varian, is about a man who could fly. The show starts with him falling from the sky and tells the story of how he to learn to fly again.

Choose the best answer to fill in the blanks.

Last weekend, my dad and I went to a rock concert.

Last weekend, I went to a rock concert __________.

  • with my.
  • and my dad.
  • with my dad.

Choose the best answer to fill in the blanks.

The concert was held in a football stadium.

The concert ________ in a football stadium.

  • took place.
  • was taken place.
  • take place.

Choose the best answer to fill in the blanks.

We took the bus to the stadium.

We went to the stadium___________.

  • on a bus.
  • by bus.
  • in bus.

Choose the best answer to fill in the blanks.

 The journey lasted two hours.

__________ two hours to get there.

  • It took.
  • The journey took.
  • It lasted.

Choose the best answer to fill in the blanks.

I could hear the music, but I couldn’t see anything.

___________hear the music, I couldn’t see anything.

  • Although I.
  • In spite of.
  • Despite.

Where does Carol live?

Which one is Graham’s flat?

What’s Joe’s apartment like?

What’s Andrew’s house like?

What was Jack’s house like?

Listen to Sue talking to her friend, Jim, about the new sports center. Choose the correct answer.

Which bus goes to the sports center?
  • 15
  • 18
  • 25
From Monday to Saturday, the sports center is open from___
  • 6 a.m
  • 7 a.m
  • 9 a.m
If Sue goes swimming, she must take______________
  • soap.
  • a swimming hat.
  • a towel.
At the sports center, you can buy______
  • sandwiches.
  • fruit.
  • drinks


Jim and Sue are going to go to the sports center next_________

  • Wednesday.
  • Thursday.
  • Saturday.