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Unit 2 standard

  1. 1. Unit 2 Grammar Practice (Standard) 1 Read the sentences and choose the correct meaning. 1 You can’t leave until the interval. It’s prohibited. a You mustn’t leave until the interval. b You don’t have to leave until the interval. 2 My sister has to work late on Fridays. It’s the rule. a My sister must work late on Fridays. b My sister can work late on Fridays. 3 You must wear a helmet on a motorbike. a You have to wear a helmet on a motorbike. b You should wear a helmet on a motorbike. 4 You don’t have to pay for the CD. It’s free. a You mustn’t pay for the CD. b You needn’t pay for the CD. 5 You ought to see the new James Bond film. It’s great. a You should see the new James Bond film. b You need to see the new James Bond film. 6 We don’t have to go to school in the evenings. a We shouldn’t go to school in the evenings. b We needn’t go to school in the evenings. © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  2. 2. 2 Rewrite the sentences using the words in the box. has to should can’t mustn’t needn’t 1 I advise you to go home and rest. You ________________________________________________________. 2 We aren’t allowed to leave early. We _________________________________________________________. 3 It isn’t necessary to bring your own tennis balls. You ________________________________________________________. 4 The children aren’t permitted to ride their bicycles in the street. They _______________________________________________________. 5 Sue is obliged to wear a helmet when she’s on the building site. Sue ________________________________________________________. 3 Match the sentence halves. ___ 1 It’s still light outside so … ___ 2 It’s dark and the church clock has just struck 12 so … ___ 3 I’m really tired and I want to go to bed so … a it might be midnight. b it can’t be midnight. c it must be midnight. © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  3. 3. 4 Circle the correct alternatives. 1 Look outside! Everybody’s wearing T-shirts and sunglasses. It must/might be very warm. 2 Emma looks pale today. She could/can be ill. 3 We should enter the competition. You never know – we might/must win. 4 It can’t/might not be Sue’s birthday today. I went to her birthday party last month! 5 Sally may/must win the race if she gives it a try. She has as much chance as everybody else. 5 Complete the sentences with the modal verbs in the box. must have to needn’t shouldn’t mustn’t 1 You _________________ drive on the left in Britain. 2 They _________________ have taken the car without asking me. I was really angry about it. 3 Dan _________________ have bought me a stamp. I have at least ten of them in my bag. 4 You _________________ wear ordinary shoes in the sports hall. It’s prohibited. 5 Amy _________________ have eaten all the chocolates because there aren’t any left in the box. © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  4. 4. 6 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words in brackets. 1 She _________________ (must / know) we were coming. 2 They _________________ (may / leave) hours ago. I haven’t seen them for ages. 3 Susie _________________ (can’t / hear) last night’s storm. She slept all the way through it. 4 Tim didn’t get back until late last night. He _________________ (might / get) lost. 5 We had a good chance. We _________________ (could / win) the race. 7 Translate the sentences into your own language. 1 Andy may have been there before. ___________________________________________________________ 2 Tina doesn’t have to work there anymore. ___________________________________________________________ 3 You ought to help your dad in the garden. ___________________________________________________________ 4 Rebecca needn’t have spent all that money on flowers. ___________________________________________________________ 5 You can’t walk on the grass. ___________________________________________________________ © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  5. 5. Vocabulary Practice (Standard) 1 Match the definitions to the crimes. ___ 1 burgle a take someone and ask for money ___ 2 murder b take something from someone in the street ___ 3 mug c take things from a house ___ 4 kidnap d take things that don’t belong to you ___ 5 steal e kill someone ___ 6 rob f take something from a bank 2 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. culprit suspect witness juror verdict bailiff offender 1 Sophie was a _________________ in a criminal case. She had seen the crime take place. 2 It took the jury nearly two days to reach a _________________. 3 The _________________ is a court official who organizes the proceedings. 4 The police caught the _________________ in a small side street. He was still holding the bag he had stolen. 5 The police have a _________________ in custody. They aren’t sure she committed the crime but they think she did and they are going to charge her. 6 The _________________ was on trial in court. He stood in the dock and answered questions about the crime. 7 Last week, Fiona was a _________________ in court. She sat with 11 other people and had to decide whether someone was guilty or not. © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  6. 6. 3 Circle the correct alternatives. 1 We are certain about/over the whereabouts of the criminal gang. 2 Jenny was very polite to/at the new clients. 3 I’m jealous about/of Susie because she got better marks than me in the exam. 4 Andy was late of/for school this morning. 5 Sandy was guilty of/for vandalising one of the classroom walls. 6 I’m excited about/over going away next weekend. 7 In my opinion, this book isn’t suitable from/for young children. 8 I didn’t know that Emily was capable of/at running so fast. 4 Complete the text with the words in the box. jury fine statement court judge sentence victim misdemeanour defendant witnesses In a criminal case, there is a (1) _________________ who hears the case and a (2) _________________ of 12 people who have to decide on whether the (3) _________________ – the person on trial in (4) _________________ – is guilty or not. The judge calls various (5) _________________ to speak. These are people who saw the crime take place. Sometimes, the (6) _________________ – the person who was mugged or attacked – is questioned or makes a (7) _________________. At the end, if guilty, the person in the dock is given a (8) _______________. This could be time in prison if the crime is serious or just a (9) _________________ of a few hundred euros if it is a minor (10) _________________. © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  7. 7. 5 Match the words to make compound adjectives. ___ 1 hard- a minded ___ 2 single- b spoken ___ 3 cold- c hearted ___ 4 cool- d hitting ___ 5 plain- e spirited ___ 6 public- f headed 6 Complete the sentences with the compound adjectives in 5. 1 Jenny is extremely _________________. She never gives up on trying to achieve her goal. 2 It was a shocking and _________________ documentary about child labourers in India. 3 Donald is a _________________ guy. He says exactly what he thinks, even if people don’t like to hear it. 4 Zoe did a very _________________ act. She gave the money she had raised to the appeal to build a new village hall. 5 I think Sam is _________________. He has no feelings or sympathy for anyone. 6 Paul is _________________ under pressure. He’s always very calm. 7 Circle the odd one out. 1 burgle robber mug 2 crime offender misdemeanour 3 culprit suspect victim 4 sentence arrest fine © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010