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    • Jenny Quintana NewENGLISH FILE Elementary Test Booklet This Test Booklet contains: ● an Entry test ● tests for each File, in A and B versions Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation Reading and Writing Listening and Speaking ● an extended End-of-course test, in A and B versions ● a Key 2
    • IntroductionIn this test booklet you’ll find: All the Tests consist of:• aantest for each File of New English File Elementary, Entry test • Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation 50• in A and B versions • Reading and Writing 25• an End-of-course test, in A and B versions • Listening and Speaking 25 • Total score 100The Entr y test If you only do ‘Grammar, Vocabulary, andThis is an optional test which covers some of the key Pronunciation’, double your students’ markGrammar and Vocabulary points from the first four lessons to give a total score out of 100, e.g.(1A, 1B, 1C, 1D) of New English File Elementary. You may Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation mark 38 50want to give your students this test so that you can get anidea of their starting level – for example, are they complete Total score 76 100beginners or do they have some knowledge of Englishalready, and how much basic language do they know? If If you do ‘Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation’your students are at a very low level, look out for the Extra and ‘Reading and Writing’, but not ‘Listening andsupport ideas in the Teacher’s Book. If they are stronger, Speaking’, double your students’ ‘Reading and Writing’look out for the Extra challenge ideas. mark to give a percentage, e.g. Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation mark 38 50The A and B tests Reading, Writing mark 18/25 = 36 50There are two versions (A and B) of each File test and of theEnd-of-course test (except the Speaking tests, which are Total score 74 100designed for students to do in pairs). If your students don’t There are marking guidelines for Writing andcopy each other then you can just use the A tests. If your Speaking on page 3.students do copy each other then put them in pairs, onewith an A test and one with a B test – it’s almost impossible These tests may be photocopied freely for classroom use. Theyfor them to copy each other’s answers. (The A and B tests may not be adapted, printed, or sold without the permissioncover exactly the same material, but the questions have of Oxford University Press.been changed and reorganized.) The skills tests include KET-type exercises which reflectthe format of the KET exam.Listening testsAll the Listening tests re-use listenings from the Student’sBook. Some students may remember the contexts of thelistenings, but they are very unlikely to remember thedetail, and the listening exercises are all KET-type taskswhich are different from the tasks that students havealready done. The Listening numbers 1.19 are indicated in theAnswer key.Answer keyThe Answer key for the tests starts on page 71. There areseparate keys for the A and B versions of the tests.2 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • Marking guidelinesWR ITI N G 10 MAR KSTask completionThe task is fully completed and the answer easy to understand.4 marksGrammarThe student uses appropriate structures to achieve the task.Minor errors do not obscure the meaning.3 marksVoc abular yThe student uses a sufficient range of words and phrases tocommunicate the message clearly.3 marksS P EAKI N G 15 MAR KSInteractive communic ationThe student communicates effectively with his / her partner,asking and answering simple questions, and where necessaryinitiating conversation, and responding. The student usesappropriate strategies to complete the task successfully.5 marksGrammar and Voc abular yThe student uses a sufficient range of vocabulary and structureto communicate clearly. Minor occasional errors do notimpede communication.5 marksPronunciationThe student’s intonation, stress, and articulation of soundsmake the message clear and comprehensible.5 marksNew English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 3
    • Entry test G R AM MAR 2 ‘Is that car Japanese?’ ‘Yes, _____ is.’ The verb be A he ■ B it ■ C she ■ 3 ‘Are you Nick and Julia?’ ‘Yes, _____ are.’ Tick (✓) the correct sentence A, B, or C. A they ■ B you ■ C we ■ Example: A He British. ■ 4 ‘Are Helen and Mike from Australia? B He are British. ■ ‘No, _____ aren’t.’ C He’s British. ■ ✓ A they ■ B we ■ C you ■ 1 A I a student. ■ 5 ‘Is Sara Scottish?’ ‘No, _____ isn’t.’ B I’m a student. ■ A she ■ B it ■ C they ■ C I be a student. ■ 5 2 A What your name? ■ Possessive adjectives B What are your name? ■ C What’s your name? ■ Tick (✓) the correct answer A, B, or C. 3 A Are they American? ■ Example: _____ name’s David. B They are American? ■ A Our ■ B My ■ C Her ✓ ■ C Is they American? ■ 1 He’s from London. _____ name’s Graham. 4 A She not a student. ■ A His ■ B Her ■ C My ■ B She isn’t a student. ■ 2 I’m Irish. _____ family is from Dublin. C She aren’t a student. ■ 5 A We is Spanish. ■ A You ■ B My ■ C Our ■ B We are Spanish. ■ 3 Anna is American. _____ surname’s Kelly. C We be Spanish. ■ A His ■ B Our ■ C Her ■ 6 A They not are teachers. ■ 4 My parents are very rich. That’s _____ new Mercedes. B They not teachers. ■ A their ■ B his ■ C her ■ C They aren’t teachers. ■ 5 ‘What’s _____ address?’ ‘I live at 33 Marston Street.’ 7 A Are your parents Polish? ■ A your ■ B his ■ C my ■ B Your parents are they Polish? ■ 5 C Your parents Polish? ■ Plurals 8 A Am I in Room 7? ■ What’s the plural? Tick (✓) the correct answer A, B, or C. B I am in Room 7? ■ C Are I in Room 7? ■ Example: one car 9 A He be from Germany. ■ A two car ■ B two cares ■ C two cars ■ ✓ B He from Germany. ■ 1 one book C He’s from Germany. ■ A two book ■ B two bookes ■ C two books ■10 A Are you Alexander? ■ 2 one country B You are Alexander? ■ A two countries ■ B two countrys ■ C two countryes ■ C Be you Alexander? ■ 3 one watch 10 A two watch ■ B two watchs ■ C two watches ■ Pronouns 4 one photo Tick (✓) the correct answer A, B, or C. A two photoes ■ B two photo ■ C two photos ■ Example: ‘Are you French?’ ‘Yes, _____ am.’ 5 one sandwich A I ■ B you ✓ ■ C we ■ A two sandwichs ■ B two sandwiches ■ C two sandwich ■ 5 1 ‘Are _____ Sean?’ ‘Yes, I am.’ A he ■ B we ■ C you ■ 4 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • Entry testVO C AB U L ARY Common objectsNumbers 1–20 What are these things? Tick (✓) the correct answer A, B, or C.What are the numbers? Tick (✓) the correct answer. Example: A a foto ■ Example: ten B a photo ■ ✓ 10 ■ 12 ✓ ■ 2 ■ C a fotograph ■three 3 ■ 2 ■ 13 ■five 4 ■ 5 ■ 9 ■seven 2 ■ 8 ■ 7 ■two 3 ■ 2 ■ 11 ■twelve 11 ■ 12 ■ 13 ■ 1 A a pencil ■eighteen 18 ■ 16 ■ 20 ■ B a pen ■twenty 12 ■ 20 ■ 15 ■ C a writer ■six 9 ■ 16 ■ 6 ■fourteen 14 ■ 4 ■ 19 ■nine 11 ■ 9 ■ 13 ■ 10 2 A a magazine ■Days of the week B a book ■Complete the days of the week. Tick (✓) the correct C a paper ■answer. Example: S__nday a ■ o ■ u ■ ✓1 M__nday a ■ o ■ e ■ 3 A a telephone mobile ■2 Tu__sday e ■ i ■ a ■ B a compact phone ■3 Wedn__sday e ■ i ■ o ■ C a mobile ■4 Th__rsday e ■ u ■ i ■5 Fr__day i ■ o ■ e ■ 5Countries and nationalities 4 A an identity card ■Tick (✓) the correct answer A, B, or C. B a person card ■ Example: He’s Chinese. He’s from _____. C a passport ■ A China ■ B china ✓ ■ C Chinese ■1 He’s _____. He’s from France. A France ■ B French ■ C french ■2 She’s Italian. She’s from _____. 5 A a money card ■ A Italy ■ B italy ■ C Italia ■ B a banking card ■3 It’s from Brazil. It’s _____. C a credit card ■ A Brasilian ■ B Brazilan ■ C Brazilian ■4 We’re Japanese. We’re from _____. 5 A Japan ■ B Japon ■ C Jappan ■ Grammar and Vocabulary total 505 They’re from Britain. They’re _____. A Briton ■ B British ■ C britain ■ 5New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 5
    • NAME 1 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation AG R AM MAR VO C AB U L ARY1 Complete the sentences. Use contractions where 4 Complete the lists with the correct word. possible. Example: two, four, six, eight Example: We ’re from Italy. nine eight ten 1 __________ he a student? 1 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, __________ 2 We __________ English. We’re Scottish. Saturday Thursday Friday 3 ‘Is he in Class 4?’ ‘No, he __________.’ 2 thirty-seven, thirty-eight, thirty-nine, __________ 4 ‘Is Marta Spanish?’ ‘Yes, __________ is.’ forty sixty fifty 5 This __________ Chinese food. It’s Japanese. 3 sixty, seventy, eighty, __________ 6 ‘Where __________ you from?’ ‘I’m from Poland.’ one hundred one thousand ninety 7 ‘Are they teachers?’ ‘No, they __________.’ 4 Saturday, Sunday, Monday, __________ 8 ‘I __________ Russian. I’m from Moscow.’ Wednesday Friday Tuesday 8 5 fifteen, twenty, twenty-five, __________2 Complete the sentences with the correct word. thirty thirty-five thirteen Example: I’m American. My family is from New York. 6 seven, eight, nine, __________ My Your Their eleven ten twelve 1 They’re students. __________ names are James 6 and Marta. 5 Complete the chart. His Her Their Example: Japan Japanese 2 Carlo is Italian, but __________ mother is British. 1 the United States __________ his her she 2 Germany __________ 3 It’s a school. __________ name is The English School. 3 __________ Italian His Her Its 4 France __________ 4 We are students. __________ teacher is American. 5 ___________ Chinese Their Our Your 6 __________ Brazilian 5 This is our director. __________ name is Mark. 6 His Her He 6 Sally, please open __________ book. you your you’re 63 Underline the correct word. Example: It’s a / an identity card. 1 They’re watches / watchs. 2 What’s this / these? It’s an umbrella. 3 Open a / the door. 4 Those / That students are French. 5 The students are from different countrys / countries. 6 This is a / an international school. 6 Grammar total 206 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 1 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation A6 Complete the phrases with the right words. P R O N U N C IATI O N 7 Write the words in the correct space. boot ear fish owl phone train Example: Open your books. 1 2 __________ 1 __________ 2 __________ fish 3 __________ 4 __________ 5 __________ 5 3 4 8 Underline the stressed syllable. Example: coffee 1 Internet 2 computer 3 airport 5 6 4 toilet 5 pizza 5 Pronunciation total 10 7 8 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50 1 L__________ at the b__________. 2 C__________ the d__________. 3 T__________ off your m__________. 4 S__________ u__________. 5 D__________ s__________ Spanish. 6 G__________ to p__________ 84. 7 S__________ d__________. 8 L__________ and r__________. 8 Vocabulary total 20New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 7
    • NAME 1 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation BG R AM MAR VO C AB U L ARY1 Underline the correct words. 4 Complete the phrases with the right words. Example: Open a / the door. 1 The students are from different countrys / countries. 2 They’re watchs / watches. Example: Don’t write. 3 What’s this / these? It’s a stamp. 4 Those / That students are Italian. 5 This is a / an international school. 6 It’s a / an identity card. 1 2 62 Complete the sentences. Use contractions where possible. Example: Is he a student? 1 ‘Is Magda Polish?’ ‘Yes, __________ is.’ 3 4 2 We __________ from Spain. 3 ‘Where __________ you from?’ ‘I’m from Poland.’ 4 This __________ Thai food. It’s Chinese. 5 ‘Is he in Class 12?’ ‘No, he __________ .’ 6 ‘Are they teachers?’ ‘No, they __________ .’ 5 6 7 ‘I __________ Brazilian. I’m from Rio de Janeiro.’ 8 We __________ Spanish. We’re Argentinian. 83 Complete the sentences with the correct word. 7 8 Example: We are students. Our teacher is Irish. Their Our Your 1 They’re students. __________ names are Martin and Sally. His Their Her 1 C__________the d__________. 2 Marco is Portuguese, but __________ mother 2 T__________ off your m__________. is American. 3 D__________ s__________ Spanish. his her she 4 L__________ at the b__________. 3 It’s a school. __________ name is The American Institute. 5 G__________ to p__________ 84. Its His Her 6 S__________ d__________. 4 This is our director. __________ name is James. 7 L__________ and r__________. His He Her 8 S__________ u__________. 8 5 Marta, please open __________ book. you’re you your 6 I’m American. __________ family is from Washington. My Your Their 6 Grammar total 208 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 1 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation B5 Complete the lists with the correct word. P R O N U N C IATI O N Example: sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety 7 Underline the stressed syllable. one hundred one thousand ninety Example: coffee 1 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, __________ 1 toilet Saturday Friday Monday 2 Internet 2 fifty-seven, fifty-eight, fifty-nine, __________ 3 pizza sixty forty seventy 4 computer 3 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, __________ 5 airport Wednesday Friday Thursday 5 4 fifteen, twenty, twenty-five, __________ 8 Write the words in the correct space. thirty-five thirteen thirty 5 seven, eight, nine, __________ boot ear fish owl phone train eleven ten twelve 6 two, four, six __________ nine eight ten 6 __________ 1 __________ 2 __________ train6 Complete the chart. Example: Brazil Brazilian 1 __________ German 3 __________ 4 __________ 5 __________ 2 France __________ 5 3 _________ American Pronunciation total 10 4 China __________ 5 __________ Italian Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50 6 __________ Japanese 6 Vocabulary total 20New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 9
    • NAME 1 Reading and Writing AR EAD I N G 2 Answer the questions.1 Read the text and tick (✓) A, B, or C. Example: What is Carmen’s surname? García 1 What’s the name of her school? ________________ Studying in the UK 2 Where is her school? ________________ A student at King’s School tells us what she likes 3 Where is she from? ________________ about her English course. 4 Who is her teacher? ________________ My name’s Carmen García and I’m a student at King’s 5 Where’s her teacher from? ________________ School, which is a language school in Glasgow. I’m 6 What nationality is José? ________________ Spanish, from Madrid, but my mother is French. She’s a teacher in Madrid. The students at King’s School are 7 Which country is Karl from? ________________ from many different countries. I’m in a class which has 7 students from Japan, Mexico, Germany, and Italy. It’s really interesting to meet so many different people. The Reading total 15 director of the school is British, but my teacher is WR ITI N G American. She’s from New York and her name’s Helen. She’s very nice and she’s an excellent teacher. Her Answer the questions with complete sentences. classes are always great fun. José and Karl are probably Example: How old are you? my best friends in the class. José is from Mexico and Karl is from Berlin, in Germany. We always speak I’m twenty-four years old. English together because that’s the best way to learn. 1 What’s your first name? __________________________________________. Example: Carmen is French. 2 What’s your surname? A True ■ __________________________________________. B False ■ ✓ 3 Where are you from? C Doesn’t say ■ __________________________________________. 1 King’s School is a language school. 4 Where’s your father from? A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ __________________________________________. 2 Her mother is Spanish. 5 Where’s your mother from? A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ __________________________________________. 3 Her father is a teacher. 6 What’s your phone number? A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ __________________________________________. 4 The students at the school are from the same country. 7 Is your house near the city centre? A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ __________________________________________. 5 The director is from London. 8 When are your English classes? A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ __________________________________________. 6 Carmen’s teacher is American. 9 What’s your address? A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ __________________________________________. 7 José and Karl are in different classes. 10 Is your teacher from the United States? A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ __________________________________________. 8 Karl is German. 10 A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ Reading and Writing total 25 810 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 1 Reading and Writing BR EAD I N G 2 Answer the questions.1 Read the text and tick (✓) A, B, or C. Example: What’s the name of Carmen’s school? Kings School Studying in the UK 1 What is Carmen’s surname? __________ 2 Where is her school? __________ A student at King’s School tells us what she likes about her English course. 3 Where’s her mother from? __________ My name’s Carmen García and I’m a student at King’s 4 Who is her teacher? __________ School, which is a language school in Glasgow. I’m 5 Where’s the director from? __________ Spanish, from Madrid, but my mother is French. She’s a teacher in Madrid. The students at King’s School are 6 What nationality is Karl? __________ from many different countries. I’m in a class which has 7 Which country is José from? __________ students from Japan, Mexico, Germany, and Italy. It’s 7 really interesting to meet so many different people. The director of the school is British, but my teacher is Reading total 15 American. She’s from New York and her name’s Helen. WR ITI N G She’s very nice and she’s an excellent teacher. Her classes are always great fun. José and Karl are probably Answer the questions with complete sentences. my best friends in the class. José is from Mexico and Karl is from Berlin, in Germany. We always speak Example: How old are you? English together because that’s the best way to learn. I’m twenty-four years old. 1 Where are you from? Example: King’s School is a language school. __________________________________________. A True ■ ✓ 2 When are your English classes? B False ■ __________________________________________. C Doesn’t say ■ 3 What’s your surname? 1 Carmen is Spanish. __________________________________________. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 4 Where’s your father from? 2 Her mother is a teacher. __________________________________________. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 5 Is your teacher from the United States? 3 Her father is Spanish. __________________________________________. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 6 What’s your phone number? 4 The students at the school are from the same country. __________________________________________. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 7 What’s your address? 5 The director is from Glasgow. __________________________________________. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 8 What’s your name? 6 Carmen’s teacher is British. __________________________________________. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 9 Is your TV from Germany? 7 José and Karl are in Carmen’s class. __________________________________________. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 10 Where’s your mother from? 8 José is German. __________________________________________. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 10 8 Reading and Writing total 25New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 11
    • NAME NAME 1 Listening and Speaking A 1 Listening and Speaking BLI STE N I N G LI STE N I N GListen to Mario talking to the receptionist. Listen to Mario talking to the receptionist.Tick (✓) A, B, or C. Tick (✓) A, B, or C.1 His e-mail address is 1 His address is A Via Foro 25. ■ A mariobenedetti@hotmail.com ■ B Via Foro 20. ■ B benedetti.mario@hotmail.com ■ C Via Foro 22. ■ C mario.benedetti@hotmail.com ■ 2 His home number is A 06 841 5517. ■2 His address is A Via Foro 22. ■ B 06 840 5517. ■ B Via Foro 20. ■ C 06 840 5117. ■ C Via Foro 25. ■ 3 His postcode is A Rome 00132. ■3 Mario is A 22. ■ B Rome 00123. ■ B 20. ■ C Rome 01032. ■ C 25. ■ 4 His e-mail address is4 His postcode is A Rome 01032. ■ A benedetti.mario@hotmail.com ■ B Rome 00132. ■ B mariobenedetti@hotmail.com ■ C Rome 00123. ■ C mario.benedetti@hotmail.com ■5 His mobile number is A 348 226 7341. ■ 5 Mario is A 25. ■ B 348 266 7341. ■ B 20. ■ C 348 226 7314. ■ C 22. ■ Listening total 10 Listening total 10 Speaking total 15 Speaking total 15 Listening and Speaking total 25 Listening and Speaking total 25S P EAKI N G Student A S P EAKI N G Student B1 Ask your partner these questions. 1 Answer your partner’s questions. Now ask your partner these questions. 1 What’s your first name? 2 Where are you from? 1 What’s your surname? 3 What’s your address? 2 What’s your e-mail address? 4 How do you spell your surname? 3 How do you spell your first name? 5 Are you married? 4 What’s your phone number? 6 What’s your mobile number? 5 Are you single? 6 Are you a student?2 Read this information and answer your partner’s 2 Your partner has information about a famous questions. person. Ask your partner these questions. • Is it / man / woman? • How old?from? Ewan McGregor • What//spell? name? • Wherespell? / Born Crieff, Scotland • How • How / Now look at this information and answer your 1971 partner’s questions.3 Your partner has information about another Halle Berry famous person. Ask your partner these questions. Born Cleveland Ohio, USA • Is it / man / woman? • How old?from? 1968 • What/spell? • How / name? • Wherespell? • How / /12 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 2 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation AG R AM MAR VO C AB U L ARY1 Complete the sentences. Use the verbs in brackets. 4 Look at the pictures and complete the phrases. Example: She lives (live) in a house. 1 They _______________ (not have) children. 2 I _______________ (work) in a school. Example: play the guitar 3 The pub _______________ (close) at 11.00 p.m. 4 She _______________ (not like) coffee. 5 We _______________ (speak) English and Italian. 1 2 6 You _______________ (study) at the university. 7 My mother _______________ (drive) a nice car. 8 Juan _______________ (not play) computer games. 82 Complete the sentences with one word. 3 4 Example: Do you like Mexican food? 1 __________ they live in France? 2 __________ your father work in a restaurant? 3 How old __________ your brother? 5 4 We __________ live in a house. We live in a flat. 6 5 What __________ your father do? 6 Is your brother __________ actor? 63 Underline the correct word or phrase. Example: This is my brothers’ / my brother’s wife. 7 8 1 It’s Ben’s / the Ben’s pen. 2 These are my childrens’ / children’s books. 3 I like the film’s end / end of the film. 4 That’s my parents’ / parent’s car. 5 I don’t like Charles’s / Charle’s brother. 1 __________ a cigarette 6 He’s my teachers’ / teacher’s husband. 2 __________ fast food 6 3 do __________ Grammar total 20 4 have a sandwich for __________ 5 __________ to the cinema 6 __________ to the radio 7 live in a __________ 8 wear __________ 8New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 13
    • NAME 2 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation A5 Write the jobs. P R O N U N C IATI O N Example: I work for a newspaper. I’m a journalist. 7 Match the sounds with the words. 1 I work in a school. I’m a t__________. 2 I work in an office or a hotel. I’m a r__________. 3 I work in the theatre. I’m an a__________. 4 I work in a hospital. I’m not a doctor. I’m a 1 n__________. sushi 5 I work in a restaurant. I’m a w__________. what 2 6 I’m at university. I’m a s__________. thirteen 6 does6 Complete the sentences about the family tree. 3 journalist John = Mary coffee 4 Mike = Sue Helen = Jack Paul 5 5 Tom David Sally Sam Tina Example: John is Mary’s husband. 8 Underline the stressed syllable. 1 Helen is John’s ________________. Example: coffee 2 David is Sam’s ________________. 1 grandfather 3 Mike is Sally’s ________________. 2 mother 4 Sally is Jack’s ________________. 3 family 5 Mary is Tina’s ________________. 4 engineer 6 Tom is Paul’s ________________. 5 policeman 6 5 Vocabulary total 20 Pronunciation total 10 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 5014 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 2 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation BG R AM MAR VO C AB U L ARY1 Complete the sentences with one word. 4 Complete the sentences about the family tree. Example: Do they live in Spain? John = Mary 1 __________ you like Japanese food? 2 What __________ your uncle do? Mike = Sue Helen = Jack Paul 3 How old __________ your sister? 4 Is your cousin __________ actor? 5 __________ your father work in a hotel? Tom David Sally Sam Tina 6 We __________ live in a flat. We live in a house. Example: Helen is Jack’s wife. 6 1 David is Sam’s _______________.2 Underline the correct word or phrase. 2 Helen is John’s _______________. Example: He’s my teachers’ / teacher’s wife. 3 Tom is Paul’s _______________. 1 It’s the Ben’s / Ben’s brother. 4 Mary is Tina’s _______________. 2 These are my childrens’ / children’s sweets. 5 Mike is Sally’s _______________. 3 That’s my parent’s / parents’ dog. 6 Sally is Jack’s _______________. 4 I don’t like James’s / Jame’s sister. 6 5 This is my brothers’ / brother’s house. 5 Write the jobs. 6 I like the end of the book / book’s end. 6 Example: I work in the theatre. I’m an actor. 1 I work in an office or a hotel. I’m a r__________.3 Complete the sentences. Use the verbs in brackets. 2 I’m at university. I’m a s__________. Example: My brother drives (drive) a nice car. 3 I work in a school. I’m a t__________. 1 I ________________ (work) in an office. 4 I work for a newspaper. I’m a j__________. 2 They ________________ (not have) a dog. 5 I work in a restaurant. I’m a w__________. 3 She ________________ (live) in a flat. 6 I work in a hospital. I’m not a doctor. I’m a 4 James ________________ (not play) chess. n__________. 5 We ________________ (speak) French and English. 6 6 She ________________ (not like) milk. 7 The café ________________ (close) at 7.00 p.m. 8 You ________________ (study) at the language school. 8 Grammar total 20New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 15
    • NAME 2 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation B6 Look at the pictures and complete the phrases. P R O N U N C IATI O N 7 Underline the stressed syllable. Example: coffee Example: eat fast food 1 mother 2 grandfather 3 policeman 1 2 4 engineer 5 family 5 8 Match the sounds with the words. 3 4 1 coffee thirteen 5 6 2 does journalist 3 what sushi 4 7 8 5 5 1 do __________ Pronunciation total 10 2 __________ the guitar Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50 3 __________ to the cinema 4 wear __________ 5 have a sandwich for __________ 6 __________ to the radio 7 __________ a cigarette 8 live in a __________ 8 Vocabulary total 2016 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 2 Reading and Writing AR EAD I N G 2 Read the e-mail again and complete the form.1 Read the e-mail and tick (✓) A, B, or C. Name Ben Sanders Hi Maria Age 1 __________ Do you remember me? My name’s Ben Sanders, I’m twenty-nine, Occupation 2 __________ and I’m British. I live in a small flat in north London and I work Town 3 __________ as a secretary for a big computer company in central London. I travel to work on the underground, but I often work at home. Smokes 4 YES ■ NO ■ I don’t smoke, but I drink a lot of coffee! Sports 5 __________ 6 __________ What else can I tell you about myself? My family live in Brighton, on the south coast of England. I have one brother and one sister. Favourite food 7 __________ My brother works as a waiter and my sister’s a nurse. Their names are Harry and Liz. My parents are both teachers. 7 I love sport. I play football and basketball a few times a month and I watch all the best matches on TV. My favourite food is Reading total 15 Mexican. I’m very lucky because my brother works in a Mexican WR ITI N G restaurant, so I eat there when I visit my family. I study Italian in my free time because one day I want to live in Italy. Write an e-mail to a new friend. Answer these Please write and tell me about yourself. questions. Ben 1 What’s your name? 2 Where are you from? 3 What do you do? Example: Ben lives with a friend. 4 Do you have a big family? A True ■ 5 6 What do the people in your family do? What are your interests? B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ ✓ Dear __________ 1 Ben works in London. My name’s __________. I’m from… A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 2 He likes his job. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 10 3 His family don’t live in England. Reading and Writing total 25 A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 4 Liz has two brothers. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 5 Harry lives with his parents. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 6 Ben watches sport on TV. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 7 Harry’s restaurant is in London. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 8 Ben is Italian. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 8New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 17
    • NAME 2 Reading and Writing BR EAD I N G 2 Read the e-mail again and complete the form.1 Read the e-mail and tick (✓) A, B, or C. Name Ben Sanders Hi Maria Age 1 __________ Do you remember me? My name’s Ben Sanders, I’m twenty-nine, Nationality 2 __________ and I’m British. I live in a small flat in north London and I work Languages 3 __________ 4 __________ as a secretary for a big computer company in central London. I travel to work on the underground, but I often work at home. Sports 5 __________ 6 __________ I don’t smoke, but I drink a lot of coffee! Parents’ job 7 __________ What else can I tell you about myself? My family live in Brighton, on the south coast of England. I have one brother and one sister. My brother works as a waiter and my sister’s a nurse. Their 7 names are Harry and Liz. My parents are both teachers. Reading total 15 I love sport. I play football and basketball a few times a month and I watch all the best matches on TV. My favourite food is WR ITI N G Mexican. I’m very lucky because my brother works in a Mexican restaurant, so I eat there when I visit my family. I study Italian in Write an e-mail to a new friend. Answer these my free time because one day I want to live in Italy. questions. Please write and tell me about yourself. 1 What’s your name? Ben 2 Where do you live? 3 Do you have brothers and sisters? How old are they? 4 What languages do you speak? Example: Ben works in London. 5 Why do you want to learn English? 6 Do you work or study? Where? A True ■ ✓ B False ■ Dear __________ C Doesn’t say ■ My name’s __________. I live… 1 Ben lives with a friend. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 2 He doesn’t like his job. 10 A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ Reading and Writing total 25 3 His family lives in England. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 4 Harry doesn’t have a sister. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 5 Harry is a teacher. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 6 Ben doesn’t watch sport on TV. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 7 Harry’s restaurant is in Brighton. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 8 Ben lives in Italy. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 818 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME NAME 2 Listening and Speaking A 2 Listening and Speaking BLI STE N I N G LI STE N I N GListen to Sarah describing a photo to Guy. Listen to Sarah describing a photo to Guy.Tick (✓) A, B, or C. Tick (✓) A, B, or C.1 Her mother is in the _____. 1 Her mother is _____. A kitchen ■ B garden ■ C garage ■ A married ■ B separated ■ C divorced ■2 Her mother’s partner’s name is _____. 2 Her mother is a _____. A Matthew ■ B Michael ■ C Martin ■ A doctor ■ B nurse ■ C receptionist ■3 Martin is _____. 3 Sarah’s sister has _____. A an engineer ■ B a doctor ■ C a musician ■ A a son ■ B no children ■ C a daughter ■4 Sophie is _____. 4 Sarah has _____. A Sarah’s sister ■ B Sarah’s daughter ■ A one niece ■ B three nieces ■ C Sarah’s niece ■ C a niece and a nephew ■5 Last Christmas Sarah was at her _____ house. 5 Adam is _____. A parents’ ■ B grandparents’ ■ A Sarah’s cousin ■ B Sarah’s nephew ■ C grandmother’s ■ C Sarah’s brother ■ Listening total 10 Listening total 10 Speaking total 15 Speaking total 15 Listening and Speaking total 25 Listening and Speaking total 25S P EAKI N G Student A S P EAKI N G Student B1 Ask your partner these questions. 1 Answer your partner’s questions. Now ask your partner these questions. 1 Do you live in a house or a flat? 2 What do you do? 1 Where do you live? 3 How many brothers and sisters do you have? 2 What do you do? 4 What TV programmes do you like? 3 What food do you like? 5 Do you speak another language? 4 How many cousins do you have? 6 Do you have children? 5 Do you work? 6 Do you have a car? Now answer your partner’s questions. 2 You have some information about Christopher, and2 Read this information about Judith and answer your partner has some information about Judith. your partner’s questions. Ask your partner these questions about Judith. Name: Judith Chappell • Whatold / ? / surname? • What What car //?speak? languages Occupation: Teacher • What / do? How • What sports / play? / car? Age: 32 • • Car: No Now read the information about Christopher and Smokes: No answer your partner’s questions. Languages: English, Spanish, and Japanese Sports: Tennis Name: Christopher Underwood Occupation: Bank manager Now ask your partner these questions about Age: 46 Christopher. Car: Yes, a BMW Smokes: Yes • Whatold / ? / surname? • /What What car / ? car? • What languages / speak? • / smoke? How / do? Languages: English and French Sport: Table tennis • •New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 19
    • NAME 3 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation AG R AM MAR 3 Complete the sentences.1 Underline the correct phrase. Example: Her birthday is on 8 July. 1 I often play football __________ the weekend. Example: I like American music / music American. 2 The shop closes __________ the evening. 1 It’s a fantastic film / film fantastic. 3 My new job starts __________ Monday morning. 2 I often go / go often to the cinema. 3 She drinks never / never drinks beer. 4 I often have pizza ___________ lunchtime. 4 He has a car new / new car. 5 Her party is __________ Saturday. 5 That’s a mobile expensive / an expensive mobile. 6 The class starts __________ nine o’clock. 6 They always are / are always late. 7 It’s very cold __________ December. 7 Do you like French food / food French? 7 8 Always I have / I always have breakfast. Grammar total 20 8 VO C AB U L ARY2 Write the times. 4 Complete the chart with the opposites. Example: It’s quarter to three. cheap dark difficult dry full low safe short young Example: expensive cheap 1 ___________________________. 1 empty __________ 2 tall __________ 3 dangerous __________ 4 easy __________ 2 ___________________________. 5 wet __________ 6 high __________ 7 fair __________ 8 old __________ 3 ___________________________. 8 4 ___________________________. 5 ___________________________. 520 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 3 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation A5 Complete the sentences with the correct word. P R O N U N C IATI O N Example: I go to the gym in the evenings. 7 Write the words in the correct space. have go take birthday clean high home other shopping 1 He __________ breakfast every morning. does goes has 2 We __________ the dog for a walk twice a day. take go make __________ 1 __________ 2 __________ clean 3 She __________ school at half past three. goes does finishes 4 I __________ a shower every morning. do get have 3 __________ 4 __________ 5 __________ 5 I often __________ up late on Sundays. 5 start wake go 8 Underline the stressed syllable. 6 We __________ shopping at the weekend. Example: coffee do have go 6 1 September 2 difficult6 Complete the lists. 3 August Example: January, February, March, April 4 information 1 spring, summer, autumn, __________ 5 February 5 2 first, second, third, __________ 3 eighth, ninth, tenth, __________ Pronunciation total 10 4 September, October, November, __________ Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50 5 seventeenth, eighteenth, nineteenth, __________ 6 May, June, July, __________ 6 Vocabulary total 20New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 21
    • NAME 3 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation BG R AM MAR VO C AB U L ARY1 Write the times. 4 Complete the lists. Example: August, September, October, November Example: It’s quarter to three. 1 February, March, April, _______________ 1 ___________________________. 2 eighteenth, ninteenth, twentieth, _______________ 3 seventh, eighth, ninth, _______________ 4 May, June, July, _______________ 2 ___________________________. 5 autumn, winter, spring, _______________ 6 second, third, fourth, _______________ 6 3 ___________________________. 5 Complete the chart with the opposites. cheap dark difficult dry full low safe 4 ___________________________. short young Example: easy difficult 5 ___________________________. 1 fair __________ 5 2 empty __________2 Complete the sentences. 3 tall __________ 4 expensive __________ Example: My new job starts on Wednesday afternoon. 5 dangerous __________ 1 The office closes __________ the evening. 6 wet __________ 2 Her party is __________ Friday. 7 old __________ 3 I often play chess __________ the weekend. 8 high __________ 4 I often have pasta __________ lunchtime. 8 5 It’s very warm __________ Ausust. 6 Complete the sentences with the correct word. 6 Her birthday is __________ 12 September. Example: We take the dog for a walk twice a day. 7 The class starts __________ two o’clock. 7 take go make 1 She __________ work at half past four.3 Underline the correct phrase. goes does finishes Example: Do you like food Chinese / Chinese food? 2 I __________ to the sports centre in the evenings. 1 It’s a book fantastic / fantastic book. have go take 2 That’s a cheap mobile / an mobile cheap. 3 I __________ a bath every evening. 3 I go often / often go to the market. do get have 4 He has an old car / car old. 4 He __________ dinner every evening. 5 I like music British / British music. does goes has 6 They are always / always are early. 5 We __________ walking at the weekend. 7 I always have / Always I have dinner. do have go 8 She never drinks / drinks never tea. 8 6 I often __________ up early on Saturdays. start wake go Grammar total 20 6 Vocabulary total 2022 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 3 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation BP R O N U N C IATI O N7 Underline the stressed syllable. Example: coffee 1 information 2 September 3 difficult 4 February 5 August 58 Write the words in the correct space. birthday clean high home other shopping __________ 1 __________ 2 __________ clean 3 __________ 4 __________ 5 __________ 5 Pronunciation total 10 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 23
    • NAME 3 Reading and Writing AR EAD I N G 2 Write Jane or Tim.1 Read the e-mail and tick (✓) A, B, or C. Example: Tim is a journalist. 1 __________ lives by the sea. How people live 2 __________ goes to bed late. As part of our weekly series, we asked Jane Hancock and Tim Greenwood to tell us about their lives. 3 __________ eats sandwiches for lunch. Jane Hancock is a hardworking teacher in Sheffield. She gets up 4 __________ goes out at night in the week. at half past six every morning and has breakfast. Then she makes her sandwiches and gets ready for work. Jane usually 5 __________ has dinner at home. walks to work because she thinks it’s important to take exercise 6 __________ has a healthy lifestyle. every day. She sometimes walks home again in the evening, but more often gets the bus. Jane has dinner at seven o’clock and 7 __________ smokes. goes to bed early. She doesn’t go out during the week, but she 7 often goes out with friends at the weekend. Jane makes sure that she eats five portions of fruit and vegetables every day and fish Reading total 15 twice a week. She hardly ever eats meat and she doesn’t smoke. For more exercise, Jane goes to the gym three times a week. WR ITI N G She’s very healthy and is hardly ever ill. Write about your typical Sunday. Answer these Tim lives by the sea in Cardiff. He’s a journalist for a local questions. newspaper. He usually gets up at eight o’clock, has a quick shower and then drives to work. Tim doesn’t have time for 1 What do you do in the morning? breakfast, but sometimes has a sandwich in the middle of the 2 What do you do in the afternoon? morning. At lunchtime, he usually has a burger. He buys it from 3 What do you do in the evening? the fast food restaurant across the road and then eats at his 4 What do you always do? desk. Tim works long hours and often stays late in the evening. 5 What do you sometimes do? On those days, he goes to a restaurant with people from work. 6 What do you hardly ever do? They usually have quite a lot of wine with their meal and they all smoke. Tim doesn’t eat fruit and he doesn’t like many vegetables. He plays football once a month, but he isn’t very healthy. My typical Sunday I get up at __________… Example: Jane gets up at _____. A 7.00 ■ B 6.30 ■ C 6.00 ✓ ■ 10 1 Jane has breakfast _____. A at home ■ B at school ■ C on the bus ■ Reading and Writing total 25 2 She _____ to work. A cycles ■ B runs ■ C walks ■ 3 She usually comes home by _____. A bus ■ B bike ■ C car ■ 4 She never _____. A does exercise ■ B eats meat ■ C smokes ■ 5 Tim _____ has breakfast. A sometimes ■ B never ■ C hardly ever ■ 6 Tim often has lunch _____. A in a fast food restaurant ■ B at home ■ C at work ■ 7 Tim often drinks _____ with his food. A coffee ■ B beer ■ C wine ■ 8 He _____ does exercise. A often ■ B sometimes ■ C never ■ 824 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 3 Reading and Writing BR EAD I N G 2 Write Jane or Tim.1 Read the e-mail and tick (✓) A, B, or C. Example: Jane is a teacher. 1 __________ often eats vegetables. How people live 2 __________ often does exercise. As part of our weekly series, we asked Jane Hancock and Tim Greenwood to tell us about their lives. 3 __________ eats a burger for lunch. Jane Hancock is a hardworking teacher in Sheffield. She gets up 4 __________ doesn’t go to bed late. at half past six every morning and has breakfast. Then she makes her sandwiches and gets ready for work. Jane usually 5 __________ goes out at the weekend. walks to work because she thinks it’s important to take exercise 6 __________ always has breakfast. every day. She sometimes walks home again in the evening, but more often gets the bus. Jane has dinner at seven o’clock and 7 __________ has an unhealthy lifestyle. goes to bed early. She doesn’t go out during the week, but she 7 often goes out with friends at the weekend. Jane makes sure that she eats five portions of fruit and vegetables every day and fish Reading total 15 twice a week. She hardly ever eats meat and she doesn’t smoke. For more exercise, Jane goes to the gym three times a week. WR ITI N G She’s very healthy and is hardly ever ill. Write about your typical Monday. Answer these Tim lives by the sea in Cardiff. He’s a journalist for a local questions. newspaper. He usually gets up at eight o’clock, has a quick shower and then drives to work. Tim doesn’t have time for 1 What do you do in the morning? breakfast, but sometimes has a sandwich in the middle of the 2 What do you do in the afternoon? morning. At lunchtime, he usually has a burger. He buys it from 3 What do you do in the evening? the fast food restaurant across the road and then eats at his 4 What do you usually do? desk. Tim works long hours and often stays late in the evening. 5 What do you sometimes do? On those days, he goes to a restaurant with people from work. 6 What do you never do? They usually have quite a lot of wine with their meal and they all smoke. Tim doesn’t eat fruit and he doesn’t like many vegetables. He plays football once a month, but he isn’t very healthy. My typical Monday I get up at __________… Example: Jane gets up at _____ a.m. A 7.00 ■ B 6.30 ■ C 6.00 ✓ ■ 10 1 Jane has breakfast _____. A on the bus ■ B at school ■ C at home ■ Reading and Writing total 25 2 She _____ to work. A runs ■ B walks ■ C cycles ■ 3 She _____ comes home by bus. A always ■ B never ■ C usually ■ 4 She sometimes _____. A goes out in the week ■ B eats meat ■ C smokes ■ 5 Tim goes to work _____. A by car ■ B by bus ■ C by train ■ 6 Tim often has lunch _____. A in his office ■ B at home ■ C in a fast food restaurant ■ 7 Tim often drinks _____ . A coffee ■ B wine ■ C beer ■ 8 He _____ does exercise. A often ■ B sometimes ■ C never ■ 8New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 25
    • NAME NAME 3 Listening and Speaking A 3 Listening and Speaking BLI STE N I N G LI STE N I N GYou will hear a man describing his daily routine. You will hear a man describing his daily routine.Complete the information. Complete the information. Simon Simon He works for a 1 __________ company. He works for a company in 1 __________. He has __________ daughters. 2 He gets the train at 2 __________. He gets to London at 3 __________. He 3 __________ from the station to the office. He has six 4 ________________ a day. He has a 4 ________________ for lunch. After dinner he ________________. 5 At 11.00 p.m. he 5 ________________. Listening total 10 Listening total 10 Speaking total 15 Speaking total 15 Listening and Speaking total 25 Listening and Speaking total 25S P EAKI N G Student A S P EAKI N G Student B1 Ask your partner these questions. 1 Answer your partner’s questions. 1 What time do you get up? Now ask your partner these questions. 2 How often do you do exercise? 1 What time do you wake up? 3 What’s your favourite day of the week? Why? 2 What’s your favourite season? 4 How often do you eat fish? 3 How often do you go to bed early? 5 What time do you get home? 4 What time do you have dinner? 6 How often do you meet your friends? 5 How many cups of coffee do you drink a day? Now answer your partner’s questions. 6 How often do you eat meat?2 Read this information and answer your partner’s 2 Your partner has some information about a questions. festival. Ask your partner these questions. • What / /name / festival? The Notting Hill Carnival takes place on the last • Where/ ?? weekend of August, in London, UK. • When/ people do? People listen to music, dance, and eat fantastic • What / people eat? Caribbean food. • What Now read this information and answer Your partner has information about another your partner’s questions. festival. Ask these questions. • What / /name / festival? The Holi festival takes place in northern India every March (the date changes every year). • Where/ ?? • When/ people do? • What / people wear? People wear white clothes, throw coloured water at each other, and sing and dance. • What26 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 4 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation AG R AM MAR VO C AB U L ARY1 Underline the correct word or phrase in each 4 Complete the sentences with the correct word. sentence. Example: Can you dance the tango? Example: I’m sorry. I can / can’t play football at the sing have dance weekend. 1 I __________ my bike at the weekend. 1 Can you play / to play the guitar? go ride play 2 Do you like listen / listening to music? 2 This is a bad film. Turn __________ the TV! 3 I love you. Do you love me / I? off on up 4 I love go / going to the cinema. 3 Can you __________ that noise? 5 Do you can / Can you come to my party? find take hear 6 That’s my / mine bike. 6 4 I can’t __________ my keys. find watch look2 Complete Hannah’s e-mail with the verbs in the box. Use the ing form. 5 I __________ by bus every day. travel run use be cook eat go study do see 6 Mark can __________ chess. do take play Hi Paul 7 Can you __________ me with this exercise? My name’s Hannah and I’m a student. I like being a student, but talk wait help I don’t like 1 __________. I do two hours work every night. I 8 Can you __________ a photo of us? live in a flat with my friend, Tina. We like 2 __________ good food, but Tina hates 3 __________. She only makes pizza. We have call take 8 often go to fast food restaurants. It’s really unhealthy. I love 4 __________ home and eating my mum’s food. In the 5 Complete these phrases with the correct verb. evenings, we like 5 __________ friends. We love music and Example: call a taxi dancing. What do you like 6 __________? 1 c__________ here Write soon 2 t__________ to a friend Hannah 3 p__________ football 4 t__________ by plane 6 5 r__________ a race3 Complete the sentences with me / mine, 5 you / yours, him / his, etc. Example: Can you help me? I can’t do my homework. 1 He likes Sally, but he doesn’t love __________. 2 It isn’t a good book. I don’t like __________. 3 That car isn’t __________. They don’t have a car. 4 Are they French? Can you ask __________? 5 It isn’t __________. He has a red lighter. 6 We don’t speak Italian. They don’t understand __________. 7 This book’s __________. Look! Here’s your name. 8 That’s __________! Give it to me. 8 Grammar total 20New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 27
    • NAME 4 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation A6 Look at the pictures and complete the verb phrases. P R O N U N C IATI O N 7 Put these words in the correct column. kill leave live meet she Example: hear a noise 1 2 1 __________ 2 __________ think __________ __________ __________ __________ 5 8 Underline the stressed syllable. 3 4 Example: coffee 1 classical 2 instrument 3 creative 4 practical 5 6 5 shopping 5 Pronunciation total 10 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50 7 1 w__________ for a bus 2 g__________ someone a present 3 u__________ a computer 4 p__________ a game 5 d__________ a picture 6 f__________ some money 7 s__________ a song 7 Vocabulary total 2028 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 4 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation BG R AM MAR VO C AB U L ARY1 Complete Susan’s e-mail with the verbs in the box. 4 Look at the pictures and complete the verb phrases. Use the ing form. be cook do eat go see study Example: wait for a bus Hi Charles My name’s Susan and I’m a student. I like being a student, but I don’t like 1 __________. I do four hours work every evening. I 1 2 live in a house with my friend, Laura. We like 2 __________ good food, but Laura hates 3 __________. She only makes pasta. We often go to fast food restaurants. It’s really unhealthy. I love 4 __________ home and eating my mum’s food. At the weekends, we like 5 __________ friends. We love and music and singing. What do you like 6 __________? 3 4 Write soon Susan 62 Complete the sentences with me / mine, you / yours, him / his, etc. 5 6 Example: That’s mine! Give it to me. 1 That dog isn’t __________. They don’t have a dog. 2 He likes Susan, but he doesn’t love __________. 3 We don’t speak French. They don’t understand __________. 7 4 Can you help __________? I can’t do this exercise. 5 It isn’t a good book. I don’t like __________. 6 This book’s __________. Look! Here’s your name. 7 Are they Italian? Can you ask __________? 1 s__________ a song 8 It isn’t __________. He has a blue jacket. 8 2 d__________ a picture 3 g__________ someone a present3 Underline the correct word or phrase in each sentence. 4 p__________ a game Example: Do you like listening / listen to songs? 5 h__________ a noise 1 I like you. Do you like me / I? 6 f__________ some money 2 That’s mine / my car. 7 u__________ a computer 7 3 I’m sorry. I can / can’t play tennis this evening. 5 Complete these phrases with the correct verb. 4 Can you to play / play chess? Example: fly by plane 5 Do you can / Can you come to my birthday party? 1 c__________ here 6 I love going / go to the park. 6 2 r__________ a race Grammar total 20 3 p__________ football 4 c__________ a taxi 5 t__________ to a friend 5New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 29
    • NAME 4 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation B6 Complete the sentences with the correct word. P R O N U N C IATI O N Example: I ride my bike in the evening. 7 Underline the stressed syllable. go ride play Example: coffee 1 Can you __________ that noise? 1 classical find take hear 2 practical 2 This is a bad film. Turn __________ the TV! 3 newspaper off on up 4 creative 3 Can you __________ me with this question? 5 instrument talk wait help 5 4 I can’t __________ my book. 8 Put these words in the correct column. find watch look 5 Can you __________ a photo of me? kill leave live meet she think have call take 6 Can you __________ the tango? sing have dance 7 I __________ by car every day. 1 __________ 2 __________ think travel run use __________ __________ 8 Mark can __________ the guitar. __________ __________ do take play 5 8 Pronunciation total 10 Vocabulary total 20 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 5030 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 4 Reading and Writing AR EAD I N G 7 Hannah speaks Italian perfectly.1 Read the text and tick (✓) A, B, or C. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 8 She likes writing in the morning. British artists living abroad A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 9 She has an afternoon job. Article by James Noble Sally Campbell is a 32-year-old actress from London, A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ but right now, she’s living in Paris in a flat that overlooks 10 She likes being a waitress. the Seine. Sally’s mother is French, which means Sally can speak the language perfectly. Sally is very talented. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ She likes acting in films, but she can also sing and dance 10 brilliantly and she currently has a leading part in a French musical. She can also play the piano very well. In 2 Write Sally, Tom, or Hannah her spare time, Sally likes to relax at home by watching Example: Tom lives in America. romantic films. She has no plans to return to Britain. Tom Hammond is from Glasgow, but he lives in New 1 __________ speaks another language very well. York. He’s 18 and he’s a music student. Tom can play 2 __________ uses a computer. the piano and the guitar very well. He also writes songs with his friend John. Tom writes the music and John 3 __________ works in the afternoon. writes the lyrics. When they’re happy with a new song, 4 __________ is a student. they usually perform it to students at the college. They love to have an audience and would really like to be in a 5 __________ can play one musical instrument. band. When he isn’t composing, Tom downloads his 5 favourite music from the Internet. Hannah Brown is a writer. She’s from Manchester, but Reading total 15 she lives in Italy. Hannah is 25 and likes writing romantic novels. Her ambition, of course, is to be a WR ITI N G published writer, so she writes every day for at least Read the notes and write about David. four hours. Her favourite time to write is early in the morning, but she sometimes works late at night too. 26 In the afternoons, Hannah works as a waitress in a café. She doesn’t really enjoy this part of her life, but she Irish needs the money to stay in Italy. live / with family / Dublin study / engineering / university Example: Sally is English. long black hair / dark eyes A True ■ ✓ very intelligent B False ■ like / listen / music / go / cinema C Doesn’t say ■ always / cinema / weekend smoke / not drink 1 Sally is sometimes in films. favourite time / evening / like / go out A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 2 She can’t sing very well. David’s 26. He… A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 3 She can play a musical instrument. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 10 4 Tom writes songs with his friend. 25 A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ Reading and Writing total 5 John is a student at the music school. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 6 Tom and John play in a band. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 31
    • NAME 4 Reading and Writing BR EAD I N G 7 Hannah works in a café.1 Read the text and tick (✓) A, B, or C. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 8 She likes writing in the afternoon. British artists living abroad A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 9 She never works at night. Article by James Noble Sally Campbell is a 32-year-old actress from London, A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ but right now, she’s living in Paris in a flat that overlooks 10 She doesn’t like being a waitress. the Seine. Sally’s mother is French, which means Sally can speak the language perfectly. Sally is very talented. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ She likes acting in films, but she can also sing and dance 10 brilliantly and she currently has a leading part in a French musical. She can also play the piano very well. In her 2 Write Sally, Tom, or Hannah. spare time, Sally likes to relax at home by watching Example: Tom lives in America. romantic films. She has no plans to return to Britain. Tom Hammond is from Glasgow, but he lives in New 1 __________ watches films at home. York. He’s 18 and he’s a music student. Tom can play 2 __________ works in the afternoon. the piano and the guitar very well. He also writes songs with his friend John. Tom writes the music and John 3 __________ sometimes works in the theatre. writes the lyrics. When they’re happy with a new song, 4 __________ doesn’t play the piano. they usually perform it to students at the college. They love to have an audience and would really like to be in a 5 __________ is a student. 5 band. When he isn’t composing, Tom downloads his favourite music from the Internet. Reading total 15 Hannah Brown is a writer. She’s from Manchester, but she lives in Italy. Hannah is 25 and likes writing WR ITI N G romantic novels. Her ambition, of course, is to be a published writer, so she writes every day for at least Read the notes and write about Susana. four hours. Her favourite time to write is early in the morning, but she sometimes works late at night too. Berlin In the afternoons, Hannah works as a waitress in a café. Argentinian She doesn’t really enjoy this part of her life, but she work / German company needs the money to stay in Italy. quite tall / short hair / blue eyes can play / guitar / piano Example: Sally is French. love / romantic films A True ■ ✓ like / buying / clothes / hate / go to supermarkets B False ■ always / go shopping / Saturday C Doesn’t say ■ not smoke 1 Sally lives in London. favourite time / Sunday morning / drink / coffee / read / A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ newspaper 2 She doesn’t act in films. Susana lives in Paris. She… A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 3 She can sing and dance very well. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 4 Tom studies in Glasgow. 10 A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ Reading and Writing total 25 5 Tom writes songs with his friend. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 6 Tom can sing very well. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■32 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME NAME 4 Listening and Speaking A 4 Listening and Speaking BLI STE N I N G LI STE N I N GListen to four people talking about shopping. Listen to four people talking about shopping.Write the letter (A–E) next to each conversation. Write the letter (A–E) next to each conversation.conversation opinion conversation opinionconversation 1 ■ A She likes shopping with friends. conversation 1 ■ A He doesn’t think shopping is interesting.conversation 2 ■ B He loves buying everything. conversation 2 ■ B He goes shopping every weekend.conversation 3 ■ C She can’t find clothes she likes. conversation 3 ■■ C She hates shopping with her mother.conversation 4 ■■ D He hates shopping with his girlfriend. conversation 4 ■ D She likes buying food. E She hates shopping for food. E He thinks shopping is great. Listening total 10 Listening total 10 Speaking total 15 Speaking total 15 Listening and Speaking total 25 Listening and Speaking total 25S P EAKI N G Student A S P EAKI N G Student B1 Ask your partner these questions. 1 Answer your partner’s questions. 1 Can you swim? How well? Now ask your partner these questions. 2 Do you like buying presents? 1 Do you like going to supermarkets? 3 What kind of music do you like? 2 Can you play a musical instrument? What? 4 What do you think of opera? 3 What do you think of classical music? 5 Do you like going to the cinema? 4 Can you dance? How well? 6 How often do you go to concerts? 5 What kind of films do you like? Now answer your partner’s questions. 6 Do you like singing in the shower?2 Read this information and answer your partner’s questions. 2 Your partner has some information about Magda. Name: Magda Oliveira Ask your partner these questions. Can you…? Do you like…? Can she…? Does she like…? • swim ✗ • playing basketball ✗ • swim • / play basketball • draw ✓ • dancing ✓ • • use / computer • • / run • use / computer ✗ • running ✗ • drive / car • / read books • drive ✓ • reading ✓ draw / dance Now ask your partner these questions about Now answer your partner’s questions about Tomasz. Tomasz. Can he…? Does he like…? Name: Tomasz Sobieski •play / guitar • go shopping Can you…? Do you like…? •play / piano • cook • play the guitar ✗ • going shopping ✗ •sing • watch football • dance ✗ • watching football ✓ •dance • do exercise • play the piano ✓ • doing exercise ✗ • sing ✓ • cooking ✓New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 33
    • NAME 5 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation AG R AM MAR Sue What time did you leave the restaurant?1 Underline the correct words. Anne We 4 __________ at nine o’clock. Sue Did you go to the cinema after that? Example: We was / were in Paris yesterday. Anne Yes. We 5 __________ a fantastic film. 1 Where was / were Jack this morning? Sue What time did you get home? 2 Yesterday was / were Friday. Anne We didn’t 6 __________ home until twelve 3 I wasn’t / weren’t at work today. o’clock. 4 Did / Were James and Sue at school yesterday? 6 5 Where were you / did you go last night? Grammar total 20 6 The shops wasn’t / weren’t open today. 6 VO C AB U L ARY2 Complete the sentences. Use the verbs in 4 Complete the sentences with go, have, or get. brackets in the past simple. Example: Did you have a good time at the party? Example: We worked (work) hard yesterday. 1 Simon __________ the bus to work every morning. 1 I ________________ (study) for three hours 2 I always __________ to bed early on a Monday. last night. 3 Do you usually __________ a shower in the 2 When ________________ the party morning? ________________ (finish) last night? 4 Can you __________ me a newspaper, please? 3 She ________________ (not like) the food in the 5 Mary and Jane didn’t __________ shopping yesterday. restaurant. 6 I usually __________ dressed at eight o’clock. 4 ________________ you ________________ (watch) 6 that film last night? 5 What is the past simple of these verbs? 5 My grandparents ________________ (live) in Australia. Now they live in Poland. Example: say said 6 The nightclub ________________ (not close) until 1 drive __________ 7 take __________ 3.00 a.m. 2 think __________ 8 find __________ 7 We ________________ (not smoke) because it was a 3 hear __________ 9 sit __________ non-smoking restaurant. 4 write __________ 10 wear __________ 8 What time ________________ they 5 speak __________ 11 get __________ ________________ (arrive) yesterday? 6 read __________ 12 go __________ 8 63 Complete the dialogue. Sue Where did you and Bob go yesterday? Anne We went to a restaurant. Sue Did you go by car? Anne No, we 1 __________. We went by taxi. Sue What did you wear? Anne I 2 __________ my blue dress. Sue What did you have to eat? Anne I 3 __________ steak and chips.34 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 5 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation A6 Complete the phrases with go, have, or get. P R O N U N C IATI O N 7 Write the words in the correct column. changed checked looked showed waited wanted Example: get a taxi /d/ /t/ /Id/ __________ showed __________ __________ 1 2 __________ __________ __________ 5 8 Underline the stressed syllable. Example: coffee 1 writer 2 musician 3 4 3 painter 4 music 5 politics 5 5 Pronunciation total 10 6 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50 7 8 1 __________ b__________ 2 __________ to c__________ 3 __________ to the b__________ 4 __________ a l__________ 5 __________ home by b__________ 6 __________ d__________ 7 __________ to a r__________ 8 __________ o__________ on a Saturday night 8 Vocabulary total 20New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 35
    • NAME 5 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation BG R AM MAR 3 Underline the correct words.1 Complete the sentences. Use the verbs in brackets Example: Yesterday were / was Tuesday. in the past simple. 1 The banks wasn’t / weren’t open today. Example: I ______ (study) for four hours studied 2 Were / Did John and Sue at work yesterday? last Sunday. 3 I wasn’t / weren’t at school today. 1 She ________________ (not like) the food in 4 We was / were in London yesterday. the café. 5 Where were / was Peter this morning? 2 My parents ________________ (live) in France. 6 Where did you / were you go last weekend? Now they live in Germany. 6 3 When ________________ the film Grammar total 20 ________________ (finish) last night? VO C AB U L ARY 4 What time ________________ they ________________ (arrive) on Friday? 4 What is the past simple of these verbs? 5 The restaurant ________________ (not close) Example: think thought until 11.00 p.m. 1 wear __________ 7 take __________ 6 We ________________ (work) hard yesterday 2 drive __________ 8 find __________ morning. 3 go __________ 9 say __________ 7 ________________ you ________________ (watch) 4 write __________ 10 sit __________ that film last Wednesday? 5 read __________ 11 speak __________ 8 We ________________ (not smoke) because it was a 6 hear __________ 12 get __________ non-smoking pub. 6 8 5 Complete the sentences with go, have, or get.2 Complete the dialogue. Example: Can you get me a newspaper, please? Hannah Where did you and Paul go yesterday? 1 I always __________ to bed early on a Sunday. Jane We went to a restaurant. 2 Did you __________ a good time at Sarah’s party? Hannah Did you go by bus? 3 I usually __________ dressed at nine o’clock. Jane No, we 1 __________. We went by car. 4 Sally __________ the train to work every morning. Hannah What did you wear? 5 Do you usually __________ a bath in the evening? Jane I 2 __________ my pink dress. 6 Juan and Marco didn’t __________ shopping Hannah What did you have to eat? yesterday. Jane I 3 __________ pizza and salad. 6 Hannah What time did you leave the restaurant? Jane We 4 __________ at ten o’clock. Hannah Did you go to the cinema after that? Jane Yes. We 5 __________ a very good film. Hannah What time did you get home? Jane We didn’t 6 __________ home until one o’clock. 636 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 5 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation B6 Complete the phrases with go, have, or get. P R O N U N C IATI O N 7 Underline the stressed syllable. Example: coffee Example: go to the beach 1 painter 2 writer 1 2 3 politics 4 musician 5 music 5 8 Write the words in the correct column. changed checked looked showed waited wanted 3 4 /d/ /t/ /Id/ __________ changed __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ 5 Pronunciation total 10 5 6 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50 7 8 1 __________ to c__________ 2 __________ o__________ on a Friday night 3 __________ b__________ 4 __________ a t__________ 5 __________ a l__________ 6 __________ d__________ 7 __________ home by b__________ 8 __________ to a r__________ 8 Vocabulary total 20New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 37
    • NAME 5 Reading and Writing AR EAD I N G 7 When they arrived in Stratford-upon-Avon,1 Read Maria’s diary. Tick (✓) A, B, or C. they ____. A went to Shakespeare’s house ■ Saturday 18 July B went to bed ■ C walked around the town ■ We left home early in the morning, but our flight was delayed 7 and we didn’t arrive at Heathrow until late in the afternoon. We were really tired, but we took a bus to our hotel because taxis in 2 Read the diary again. Are the sentences True (T) London are very expensive. When we got to the hotel, we had a or False (F)? rest and then went out to explore the city. We had a quick Example: Maria and her friend travelled to London sandwich in a small café and then headed for Oxford Street. I bought a jacket and some T-shirts. I wanted to buy a bag as by train. F well, but I couldn’t find one that I liked. In the evening, we ate in 1 London taxis are usually cheap. _____ an Italian restaurant and went to a typical English pub in Covent 2 When they arrived at the hotel, they had lunch. _____ Garden. We met some really nice English people and had so 3 Maria bought a jacket in Oxford Street. _____ much fun that we didn’t get back to the hotel until very late! 4 They ate English food in the evening. _____ Sunday 19 July We got up late and had breakfast in a café. I had a full English 5 Maria and Anna liked the pub in Covent Garden. ____ breakfast, and then I had some fruit. Anna just had toast. After 6 Anna had a big breakfast. _____ breakfast, we went for a walk around the city. We saw Nelson’s 7 They got a bus to Trafalgar Square. _____ Column in Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, and St Paul’s 8 They arrived in Stratford-upon-Avon at night. _____ Cathedral. In the afternoon, we had a pizza and then took a bus to the train station. Travelling by bus in London is a great way to 8 see the sights. We caught an evening train to Stratford-upon- Avon and arrived at about nine o’clock. We went to our hotel Reading total 15 and had an early night. We wanted to get up early the next day WR ITI N G and explore Shakespeare’s birthplace. Describe your last night out. Answer these questions. 1 Where did you go? Example: Maria and her friend got to London in the _____. _____________________________________________ A morning ■ 2 What time did you go out? B afternoon ■ ✓ _____________________________________________ C evening ■ 3 Who did you go with? _____________________________________________ 1 They _____ to their hotel. 4 What did you do? A walked ■ B drove ■ _____________________________________________ C travelled by bus ■ 5 What did you wear? 2 They ate _____. _____________________________________________ A at the airport ■ B at the hotel ■ 6 What did you eat and drink? C in a café ■ _____________________________________________ 7 Did you meet anyone? 3 Maria bought _____. _____________________________________________ A a bag ■ B some clothes ■ C a picture ■ 8 How did you go home? 4 In the evening they _____. _____________________________________________ A stayed at the hotel ■ B ate in a pub ■ 9 What time did you get home? C talked to some people ■ _____________________________________________ 10 Did you have a good time? 5 Maria ate _____. A an English breakfast and fruit ■ _____________________________________________ B toast and fruit ■ C fruit ■ 10 6 They had lunch _____. Reading and Writing total 25 A in London ■ B on the train ■ C at the station ■38 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 5 Reading and Writing BR EAD I N G 7 When they arrived in Stratford on Avon, they _____.1 Read Maria’s diary. Tick (✓) A, B, or C. A went to bed ■ B stayed up late ■ C went to Shakespeare’s house ■ 7 Saturday 18 July We left home early in the morning, but our flight was delayed 2 Read the diary again. Are the sentences True (T) and we didn’t arrive at Heathrow until late in the afternoon. We or False (F)? were really tired, but we took a bus to our hotel because taxis in London are very expensive. When we got to the hotel, we had a Example: Maria and her friend travelled to London rest and then went out to explore the city. We had a quick by train. F sandwich in a small café and then headed for Oxford Street. 1 London taxis are usually expensive. _____ I bought a jacket and some T-shirts. I wanted to buy a bag as well, but I couldn’t find one that I liked. In the evening, we ate in an 2 After they had a rest at the hotel, they went to a Italian restaurant and went to a typical English pub in Covent café. _____ Garden. We met some really nice English people and had so 3 Anna bought a bag in Oxford Street. _____ much fun that we didn’t get back to the hotel until very late! 4 They talked to some people in the evening. _____ Sunday 19 July 5 Maria and Anna didn’t like the pub in Covent We got up late and had breakfast in a café. I had a full English breakfast, and then I had some fruit. Anna just had toast. After Garden. _____ breakfast, we went for a walk around the city. We saw Nelson’s 6 Maria had a small breakfast. _____ Column in Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, and St Paul’s 7 They walked to Buckingham Palace. _____ Cathedral. In the afternoon, we had a pizza and then took a bus to the train station. Travelling by bus in London is a great way to 8 They arrived in Stratford-upon-Avon and went to see the sights. We caught an evening train to Stratford-upon- bed late. _____ Avon and arrived at about nine o’clock. We went to our hotel 8 and had an early night. We wanted to get up early the next day and explore Shakespeare’s birthplace. Reading total 15 WR ITI N G Example: Maria and her friend got to London in the _____. Describe your last holiday. Answer these questions. 1 Where did you go? A morning ■ _____________________________________________ B afternoon ■ ✓ 2 Who did you go with? C evening ■ _____________________________________________ 1 They _____ to their hotel. 3 How did you travel? A travelled by bus ■ B went by taxi ■ _____________________________________________ C walked ■ 4 Where did you stay? _____________________________________________ 2 They ate _____. A at the airport ■ B in a café ■ 5 How long did you stay? _____________________________________________ C at the hotel ■ 6 What did you do? 3 Maria didn’t buy _____. _____________________________________________ A a bag ■ B some clothes ■ C a jacket ■ 7 Did you buy anything? _____________________________________________ 4 In the evening they _____. 8 Did you have a good time? A stayed at the hotel ■ _____________________________________________ B had some Italian food ■ 9 What time did you get home? C had typical English food ■ _____________________________________________ 5 Anna ate _____. 10 Did you have any problems? A an English breakfast and fruit ■ _____________________________________________ B fruit ■ C toast ■ 10 6 They _____ to the railway station. Reading and Writing total 25 A walked ■ B went by bus ■ C went by train ■New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 39
    • NAME NAME 5 Listening and Speaking A 5 Listening and Speaking BLI STE N I N G LI STE N I N GListen to a police officer interview a woman. Listen to a police officer interview a woman.Tick (✓) A, B, or C. Tick (✓) A, B, or C.1 Inspector Grainger arrived at _____. 1 Inspector Grainger was _____. A 8.00 ■ B 8.30 ■ C 9.00 ■ A short ■ B fat ■ C tall ■2 Mr Travers died between _____. 2 The Inspector interviewed Mrs Travers in the _____. A midnight and 7.00 ■ B 7.00 and midnight ■ A garden ■ B library ■ C 10.00 and midnight ■ C living room ■3 After dinner Mrs Travers _____. 3 Mrs Travers went to bed at _____. A went to bed ■ B played cards ■ A 11.45 ■ B midnight ■ C walked in the garden ■ C 12.15 ■4 The next day she got up at _____. 4 She went to sleep at _____. A 7.50 ■ B 7.15 ■ C 7.00 ■ A 12.30 ■ B 1.00 ■ C 12.15 ■5 She took her husband a _____. 5 After she got up she had _____. A cup of tea ■ B glass of water ■ A a bath ■ B breakfast ■ C cup of coffee ■ C a shower ■ Listening total 10 Listening total 10 Speaking total 15 Speaking total 15 Listening and Speaking total 25 Listening and Speaking total 25S P EAKI N G Student A S P EAKI N G Student B1 Ask your partner about his / her last night out. 1 Answer your partner’s questions about your last night out. 1 Where did you go? 2 Who did you go with? Now ask your partner about his / her last holiday. 3 What did you wear? 1 Where did you go? 4 What did you do? 2 How did you travel? 5 Did you have a good time? 3 Was it expensive? Now answer your partner’s questions about your 4 Where did you stay? last holiday. 5 Who did you go with?2 Answer your partner’s questions about Marie Curie. 2 You have information about Mozart. Your partner has information about another famous person. Ask Marie Curie these questions. Born Warsaw, Poland 7/11/1867 • Who / /? born? • What//famous? do? Famous scientist • Where / born? When • When / die? Why First woman who won a Nobel Prize Died 1934 • answer your partner’s questions about Now • Mozart. Now ask your partner about his / her famous person. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart • Who / ? • What / do? Born Salzburg, Austria 27/1/1756 • • When / born? Where / born? • • Why / famous? When / die? Famous musician and composer Wrote 41 symphonies Died 179140 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 6 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation AG R AM MAR Example: The dog’s running. No, it isn’t. It’s barking.1 Complete the sentences. 1 The baby’s eating. Example: Is there a TV in my hotel room? __________________________________________. 1 There __________ any wine, but there’s some water. 2 They’re talking. 2 There __________ a good film on TV last night. __________________________________________. 3 Are there __________ guests at the hotel? 3 She’s running. 4 There __________ any famous people at the party __________________________________________. last week! 4 They’re cycling. 5 ‘Were there any ghosts in your room?’ ‘No, there __________________________________________. __________.’ 5 He’s drinking. 6 ‘__________ there a good restaurant?’ ‘Yes, there __________________________________________. was.’ 6 He’s listening to music. 6 __________________________________________.2 Correct the sentences. 7 Theyre watching football. __________________________________________. 7 3 Complete the e-mail with the verbs in the present simple or the present continuous. Hi John How are you? At the moment, I’m listening (listen) to music. I 2 7 usually 1 __________ (listen) to music in the evenings. On Fridays, I sometimes 2 __________ (go) to the cinema with 3 Suzie, but she 3 __________ (study) now. She 4 __________ (have) a lot of work. My cousin 5 __________ 4 (stay) with us at the moment and he 6 __________ (wait) for me downstairs. 7 I __________ (think) he wants to go to the pub. 5 See you soon Robert 1 7 Grammar total 20 6 VO C AB U L ARY 4 Complete the places. Example: You can learn English in a school. 1 You send a letter from a p________ o________. 2 You can see old things in a m________. 3 You drive your car on a r________. 4 You can see actors in a t________. 5 You can buy clothes in a d__________ s________. 6 You can get a train from a r________ s________. 6New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 41
    • NAME 6 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation A5 Underline the odd word out. P R O N U N C IATI O N Example: supermarket department store 7 Write the words in the correct space. shopping centre police station 1 river square road street asking calling crying going moving raining 2 bathroom garden hall kitchen 3 wall stairs lamp floor 4 bus station school railway station airport __________ 1 __________ 2 __________ asking 5 art gallery theatre bridge museum 6 shower bed mirror bath 66 Write the things in the house. 3 __________ 4 __________ 5 __________ 5 8 Underline the stressed syllable. 4 1 • Example: coffee 2 • • 1 bathroom 2 behind 6 3 opposite • 4 table 5 cinema 3 5 • • Pronunciation total 10 7 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50 • 8 5 • Example: sofa 1 m__________ 5 p__________ 2 s__________ 6 c__________ 3 a__________ 7 f__________ 4 l__________ 8 d__________ 8 Vocabulary total 2042 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 6 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation BG R AM MAR 2 Complete the e-mail with the verbs in the present simple or the present continuous.1 Correct the sentences. Hi David How are you? At the moment, I’m listening (listen) to music. I usually 1 __________ (listen) to music in the mornings. On Saturdays, I sometimes 2 __________ (go) to the cinema with Mary, but she 3 __________ (study) now. She 4 __________ (have) a lot of work. My cousin 5 __________ (stay) with us at the moment and he 4 6 __________ (wait) for me downstairs. 7 I __________ 1 (think) he wants to go to the park. 2 See you soon 6 John 3 Complete the sentences. 7 3 Example: There weren’t any famous people at 7 the party last week! 1 Are there __________ guests at the hotel? 2 ‘Were there any ghosts in your room?’ ‘No, 5 there __________.’ 3 __________ there a TV in my hotel room? 4 ‘__________ there a good restaurant?’ ‘Yes, there was.’ 5 There __________ a good film on TV last night. 6 There __________ any wine, but there’s some water. Example: They’re talking. 6 No they aren’t. They’re arguing. Grammar total 20 1 The dog’s running. VO C AB U L ARY __________________________________________. 4 Underline the odd word out. 2 She’s running. __________________________________________. Example: shower bed mirror bath 3 He’s drinking. 1 bus station school railway station airport __________________________________________. 2 river square road street 4 They’re watching football. 3 wall stairs lamp floor __________________________________________. 4 art gallery theatre bridge museum 5 He’s listening to music. 5 supermarket department store shopping centre __________________________________________. police station 6 They’re cycling. 6 bathroom garden hall kitchen __________________________________________. 6 7 The baby’s eating. __________________________________________. 7New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 43
    • NAME 6 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation B5 Write the things in the house. P R O N U N C IATI O N 7 Underline the stressed syllable. Example: coffee 6 3 5 • • 1 opposite • 2 bathroom 3 behind 7 • 4 cinema 5 table 5 1 8 Write the words in the correct space. • • asking calling crying going moving raining 2 • 4 8 • __________ 1 __________ 2 __________ asking Example: sofa 1 a__________ 5 s__________ 2 f__________ 6 l__________ 3 __________ 4 __________ 5 __________ 3 m__________ 7 c__________ 5 4 d__________ 8 p__________ 8 Pronunciation total 106 Complete the places. Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50 Example: You drive your car on a road. 1 You send a letter from a p________ o________. 2 You can learn English in a s________. 3 You can see actors in a t________. 4 You can see old things in a m________. 5 You can get a train from a r________ s________. 6 You can buy clothes in a d________ s________. 6 Grammar total 2044 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 6 Reading and Writing AR EAD I N G 8 It’s cheap to rent.1 Read the adverts and tick (✓) A, B, or C. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 9 There are people in the flat at the moment. Mansfield Cottage is a comfortable house in the heart of the A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ British countryside. Downstairs, there’s a large living room, a dining room, a kitchen, and a study. Upstairs, there are 9 three large bedrooms and a bathroom. The garden is 2 Write M for Mansfield Cottage, F for Fair Place, spacious and there’s a garage next to the property. There or C for Chestnuts. are excellent schools in the area, and don’t worry about the neighbours. There aren’t any! You can rent Mansfield Example: There’s a study. M Cottage from Pullman’s Estate Agent’s. Please ring 01783 1 You can park in the garage. _____ 893022 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday to Friday or e-mail sue.vaughan@pullmans.co.uk. 2 You can buy this place. _____ Fair Place is a traditional town house in a quiet road. The 3 There are two bathrooms. _____ house has three floors. Downstairs, there’s a modern 4 There aren’t any neighbours. _____ kitchen, an impressive dining room, a living room, and a toilet. On the first floor, there are two bedrooms, a study, 5 It has two floors. _____ and a bathroom. On the top floor there are two further 6 There are four rooms. _____ bedrooms and a bathroom. The current owners have updated the whole house and all the furniture and 6 decoration is in excellent condition. Outside, there’s a small garden, but parking is on the street. The rent is very Reading total 15 good for a property of this size. Please phone Hantan’s WR ITI N G Estate Agent’s during office hours (01837 733920). You’re on holiday and you get this e-mail from a Chestnuts is a modern flat with great views of London. The friend. He asks a lot of questions! Write a postcard to flat is in walking distance of the city, but there’s plenty of him and answer his questions. opportunity to escape from the traffic as it’s also opposite a large, attractive park. There’s one bedroom, a small kitchen, a living room, and a bathroom. All of which are Are you having a good holiday? decorated to a very high standard. There’s a car park How was the flight? behind the building with space for one car per resident. You can buy this property at a very good price. Phone Are you staying in a good hotel? Parkway Estate Agent’s (01883 873910) or go to What did you do yesterday? www.parkway-info.co.uk for more information. What do you do in the evenings? Are you doing a lot of shopping? Example: Mansfield Cottage is in a small town. What are you doing at the moment? A True ■ B False ■ ✓ C Doesn’t say ■ Is the food good? 1 Mansfield Cottage has eight rooms. Is the weather good? A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 2 It’s a good home for a family. Dear __________ A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ Thanks for your e-mail! I… 3 There isn’t any furniture in the house. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 10 4 Fair Place is on a noisy street. 25 ■ ■ ■ Reading and Writing total A True B False C Doesn’t say 5 There are four bedrooms. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 6 It’s an expensive place. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 7 Chestnuts is next to a park. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 45
    • NAME 6 Reading and Writing BR EAD I N G 8 It’s expensive to rent.1 Read the adverts and tick (✓) A, B, or C. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 9 There aren’t any people in the flat at the moment. Mansfield Cottage is a comfortable house in the heart of the A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ British countryside. Downstairs, there’s a large living room, a dining room, a kitchen, and a study. Upstairs, there are 9 three large bedrooms and a bathroom. The garden is 2 Write M for Mansfield Cottage, F for spacious and there’s a garage next to the property. There Fair Place, or C for Chestnuts. are excellent schools in the area, and don’t worry about the neighbours. There aren’t any! You can rent Mansfield Example: There’s a study. M Cottage from Pullman’s Estate Agent’s. Please ring 01783 1 You can park in the car park. _____ 893022 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday to Friday or e-mail sue.vaughan@pullmans.co.uk. 2 You can’t rent this place. _____ Fair Place is a traditional town house in a quiet road. The 3 There is some furntiture. _____ house has three floors. Downstairs, there’s a modern 4 There are eight rooms. _____ kitchen, an impressive dining room, a living room, and a toilet. On the first floor, there are two bedrooms, a study, 5 There are two bathrooms. _____ and a bathroom. On the top floor there are two further 6 It has one floor. _____ bedrooms and a bathroom. The current owners have 6 updated the whole house and all the furniture and decoration is in excellent condition. Outside, there’s a Reading total 15 small garden, but parking is on the street. The rent is very good for a property of this size. Please phone Hantan’s WR ITI N G Estate Agent’s during office hours (01837 733920). You’re on holiday and you get this e-mail from a Chestnuts is a modern flat with great views of London. The friend. She asks a lot of questions! Write a postcard to flat is in walking distance of the city, but there’s plenty of her and answer her questions. opportunity to escape from the traffic as it’s also opposite a large, attractive park. There’s one bedroom, a small kitchen, a living room, and a bathroom. All of which are Are you having a good time? decorated to a very high standard. There’s a car park Was the flight very long? behind the building with space for one car per resident. You can buy this property at a very good price. Phone Where are you staying? Parkway Estate Agent’s (01883 873910) or go to Is your hotel good? www.parkway-info.co.uk for more information. What did you do this morning? What can you do in the evenings? Example: Mansfield Cottage is in a small town. Are there any interesting buildings? A True ■ B False ■ ✓ C Doesn’t say ■ Are the restaurants good? 1 Mansfield Cottage has four rooms. Are the museums good? A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 2 It’s not a good home for a family. Dear ________ A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ Thanks for your e-mail! I… 3 There is some furniture in the house. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 10 4 Fair Place is on a busy street. Reading and Writing total 25 A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 5 There are two bedrooms. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 6 It’s not an expensive place. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 7 Chestnuts is near a park. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■46 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME NAME 6 Listening and Speaking A 6 Listening and Speaking BLI STE N I N G LI STE N I N GListen to an estate agent telling a woman about a Listen to an estate agent telling a woman about ahouse. Underline the correct information in the form. house. Underline the correct information in the form. Happy Homes Happy Homes 1 Number of bedrooms three / four 1 How far from Cambridge? 13 miles / 30 miles 2 Number of bathrooms upstairs one / two 2 Number of bathrooms downstairs one / two 3 How old is the house? 19 years / 90 years 3 Garden small / large 4 The woman wants to see it on Thursday morning / 4 The woman wants to see it on Wednesday afternoon / Thursday afternoon Thursday afternoon 5 She wants to see it at 5.45 / 6.15 5 They arrange to meet at the house / in the office Listening total 10 Listening total 10 Speaking total 15 Speaking total 15 Listening and Speaking total 25 Listening and Speaking total 25 Student A S P EAKI N G Student BS P EAKI N G 1 Answer your partner’s questions.1 Ask your partner about his / her flat or house. Now ask your partner about his / her bedroom. 1 How many bedrooms are there? 1 How big is it? 2 Is there a garden? 2 How many windows are there? 3 Are there any plants in the living room? 3 Is there a desk? 4 Is there a garage? 4 Are there any pictures on the walls? 5 Are there any pictures on the walls? 5 How many chairs are there? 6 Where’s the bathroom? 6 Are there any shelves? 7 Is there central heating? 7 Is there a TV? Now answer your partner’s questions. 2 Ask your partner these questions about the Prado2 Read this information and answer your partner’s Museum. questions about the Prado Museum. • Where / ?tours? How long? • /How much / ? open Sunday? • What time / open? / guided • How / get there? Prado Museum of Art, Madrid Open Tuesday to Sunday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. • • Now read this information and answer your part- Closed Monday ner’s questions about the Empire State Building. Tickets: 18 years and over 3 Under 18 free Empire State Building, New York Free on Sundays 443.2 metres high, 103 floors Guided tours Saturdays and Sundays only (about an hour) Open 9.30 a.m. to midnight, 365 days a year Metro: Banco de España and Atocha Stations Tickets: Adults $11 Children $6 Ask your partner these questions about the Empire Under 5 free State Building. Take a subway to 34th Street or Penn Station. • Wheretime / open? /? • / open 1 January? What • How high / /? ? • How /muchthere? • • How getNew English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 47
    • NAME 7 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation AG R AM MAR VO C AB U L ARY1 Complete the sentences with a, an, some, or any. 4 Complete the phrase with the correct verb. Example: We can’t have an omelette. There aren’t any Example: go on a boat trip eggs. 1 __________ the sights 1 ‘Can I have a sandwich, please?’ ‘Sorry. There isn’t 2 __________ clubbing __________ bread.’ 3 __________ at a campsite 2 ‘I’m hungry.’ ‘Do you want __________ apple?’ 4 __________ shopping 3 ‘I can make __________ pasta this evening.’ 5 __________ in a hotel 4 ‘Are there __________ bananas?’ ‘No. I had the last 5 one.’ 5 Write the words in the correct column. 5 ‘I’m a vegetarian. I don’t want __________ meat.’ 6 ‘There’s __________ pineapple in the fridge.’ apples coffee grapes onions oranges 6 pineapples peas tea water2 Underline the correct word or phrase in each Fruit Vegetables Drinks sentence. __________ apples __________ __________ Example: How much / many coffee do you drink? __________ __________ __________ 1 We don’t eat much / many bananas in our house. __________ __________ __________ 2 I didn’t eat no / any cake. I wasn’t hungry. __________ __________ __________ 3 She eats much / a lot of biscuits. She loves them. 8 4 Mark buys many / a lot of fruit. He’s very healthy. 6 Write the words. 5 I don’t have much / many free time. I work very hard. 6 ‘How much chocolate do you eat?’ ‘A lot of / A lot.’ Example: meat 63 Complete the e-mail. Use the correct form of 1 __________ going to and the verb in brackets. Hi Tim 2 __________ How are you? Are you going to come (come) to my party next month? It 1 ____________________ (be) really good fun. I want to have some great music, so I 3 __________ 2 ____________________ (find) a good DJ. My parents 3 ____________________ (pay) for the food and drink. 4 __________ My sister 4 ____________________ (not be) there because she 5 ____________________ (travel) to Canada with a friend next week. Sorry! They 5 __________ 6 ____________________ (fly) to Montreal and then they 7 ____________________ (go) by train to Vancouver. It’s their dream holiday! They 8 ____________________ 6 __________ (have) a fantastic time! Hope you can come to the party! Ben 7 __________ 8 7 Grammar total 20 Vocabulary total 2048 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 7 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation AP R O N U N C IATI O N7 Write the words in the correct space. bread could move peas steak young __________ 1 __________ 2 __________ peas 3 __________ 4 __________ 5 __________ 58 Underline the stressed syllable. Example: coffee 1 pineapple 2 dinner 3 spaghetti 4 pasta 5 potatoes 5 Pronunciation total 10 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 49
    • NAME 7 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation BG R AM MAR VO C AB U L ARY1 Underline the correct word or phrase in each 4 Write the words in the correct column. sentence. apples coffee grapes onions oranges Example: We don’t eat many / much apples pineapples peas tea water in our house. 1 She eats much / a lot of biscuits. She loves them. Fruit Vegetables Drinks 2 I didn’t eat no / any cake. I wasn’t hungry. __________ pineapples __________ __________ 3 ‘How much chocolate do you eat?’ ‘A lot / A lot of.’ __________ __________ __________ 4 Mark buys many / a lot of fruit. He’s very healthy. __________ __________ __________ 5 I don’t have many / much free time. I work very __________ __________ __________ hard. 8 6 How much / many coffee do you drink? 5 Write the words. 62 Complete the e-mail. Use the correct form of going Example: cheese to and the verb in brackets. 1 __________ Hi Daniel How are you? Are you going to come (come) to my party next week? It 1 __________ (be) really good fun. I want to have 2 __________ some great music, so I __________ (find) a good DJ. My 2 parents 3 __________ (pay) for the food and drink. 3 __________ My cousin 4 __________ (not be) there because she 5 __________ (travel) to Canada with a friend next week. Sorry! They 6 __________ (fly) to Vancouver and then they 4 __________ 7 __________ (go) by train to Montreal. It’s their dream holiday! They 8 __________ (have) a fantastic time! 5 __________ Hope you can come to the party! David 6 __________ 83 Complete the sentences with a, an, some, or any. 7 __________ Example: ‘Are there any bananas?’ ‘No. I had the last one.’ 7 1 ‘I’m a vegetarian. I don’t want __________ meat.’ 6 Complete the phrase with the correct verb. 2 ‘I can make __________ pasta tomorrow evening.’ Example: go clubbing 3 We can’t have an omelette. There aren’t __________ 1 ________ at a campsite eggs. 2 ________ on a boat trip 4 ‘Can I have some toast, please?’ ‘Sorry. There isn’t 3 ________ the sights __________ bread.’ 4 ________ in a hotel 5 ‘There’s __________ pineapple in the fridge.’ 5 ________ shopping 6 ‘I’m hungry.’ ‘Do you want __________ 6 5 orange?’ Grammar total 20 Vocabulary total 2050 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 7 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation BP R O N U N C IATI O N7 Write the words in the correct space. move peas steak bread young could young __________ 1 __________ 2 __________ 3 __________ 4 __________ 5 __________ 58 Underline the stressed syllable. Example: coffee 1 pasta 2 potatoes 3 dinner 4 spaghetti 5 pineapple 5 Pronunciation total 10 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 51
    • NAME 7 Reading and Writing AR EAD I N G 5 You can’t eat at Suzie’s _____.1 Read the text and tick (✓) A, B, or C. A on Saturday afternoons ■ B on Monday evenings ■ I love my job! C on Sunday mornings ■ James Shannon is a chef in a London restaurant. He talks 6 Suzie’s doesn’t serve _____. about his job. A meat ■ I work at Suzie’s, which is one of the most popular B fast food ■ ■ restaurants in central London. The best part of working there is being part of a fantastic team of friendly and talented people. C British food I started by washing dishes when I was only 16. I wasn’t 6 interested in food and I never cooked at home, but I worked hard, and soon became a waiter. Simon, who was head chef 2 Are the sentences True (T) or False (F)? at the time, then began to show me how to cook and I loved Example: James likes his job. T it so much I went to college to learn more. When Simon left Suzie’s, I became head chef. At the time 1 James left school and then worked at Suzie’s. _____ all the food was British. The quality was excellent, but I 2 James often cooked for his family. _____ wanted to do something different, so I decided to have an international menu. Now we serve food from all around the 3 He liked Simon’s food. _____ world. There are so many fantastic markets and food shops 4 It can be difficult to find the ingredients in London. in London that I can usually find any ingredient I need. I use a lot of natural ingredients such as brown rice, _____ organic flour, and pasta. Some people think that healthy food 5 James thinks healthy food is boring. _____ is boring, but they’re wrong. Well-prepared natural food has so much more flavour than fast food. Our food is healthy and 6 The restaurant is open every day. _____ our customers love it. We use the very best meat and the 7 The restaurant is open for lunch at the weekend. highest quality vegetables. Suzie’s is open Monday to Friday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., _____ and from 12 a.m. to 11p.m. at weekends. On Fridays and 8 The music is usually British. _____ Saturdays we play live music from around the world. There’s a children’s menu on Sundays and that’s when we serve 9 There is always a children’s menu. _____ traditional British food. 9 Reading total 15 Example: James started as _____. WR ITI N G A a waiter ■ B a chef ■ What do people eat and drink in your country? Write sentences about these things. C a dish washer ■ ✓ 1 James started to learn how to cook _____. Example: tea They don’t drink much tea. A at college ■ B at the restaurant ■ 1 coffee C at home ■ __________________________________________. 2 When James became head chef, he changed the _____. 2 beer and wine A restaurant’s name ■ __________________________________________. B kind of food ■ 3 potatoes C waiters ■ __________________________________________. 3 James finds ingredients in _____. 4 fish A other countries ■ __________________________________________. B different places in Britain ■ 5 sandwiches C London ■ __________________________________________. 4 There is music _____. 10 A every day ■ 25 B twice a week ■ Reading and Writing total C on Sundays ■52 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 7 Reading and Writing BR EAD I N G 5 You can’t eat at Suzie’s _____.1 Read the text and tick (✓) A, B, or C. A on Monday evenings ■ B on Saturday afternoons ■ I love my job! C on Sunday mornings ■ James Shannon is a chef in a London restaurant. He talks about his 6 Suzie’s sometimes serves _____. job. A boring food ■ I work at Suzie’s, which is one of the most popular restaurants in central London. The best part of working there is being part of a B fast food ■ fantastic team of friendly and talented people. C British food ■ I started by washing dishes when I was only 16. I wasn’t 6 interested in food and I never cooked at home, but I worked hard, and soon became a waiter. Simon, who was head chef at the time, 2 Are the sentences True (T) or False (F)? then began to show me how to cook and I loved it so much I went Example: James likes his job. T to college to learn more. When Simon left Suzie’s, I became head chef. At the time all the 1 James became head chef when he was 16. _____ food was British. The quality was excellent, but I wanted to do 2 James didn’t cook at home. _____ something different, so I decided to have an international menu. Now we serve food from all around the world. There are so many 3 He didn’t like Simon’s food. _____ fantastic markets and food shops in London that I can usually find 4 It’s usually difficult to find the ingredients in any ingredient I need. I use a lot of natural ingredients such as brown rice, organic London. _____ flour, and pasta. Some people think that healthy food is boring, 5 Simon thinks healthy food isn’t boring. _____ but they’re wrong. Well-prepared natural food has so much more flavour than fast food. Our food is healthy and our customers 6 The restaurant is open five days a week. _____ love it. We use the very best meat and the highest quality 7 The restaurant isn’t open for lunch in the week. vegetables. Suzie’s is open Monday to Friday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., and _____ from 12 a.m. to 11p.m. at weekends. On Fridays and Saturdays we 8 The music is usually international. _____ play live music from around the world. There’s a children’s menu on Sundays and that’s when we serve traditional British food. 9 There is a children’s menu during the week. _____ 9 Example: The chef ’s name is _____. Reading total 15 A James ■ ✓ WR ITI N G B Simon ■ What do you eat and drink? Write sentences about C Suzie ■ these things. 1 James started as a _____. Example: coffee A waiter ■ They don’t drink much coffee. B chef ■ 1 tea C dish washer ■ _____________________________________________. 2 When he was 16, James _____. 2 eggs A started work at the restaurant ■ _____________________________________________. B was a good cook ■ C was interested in food ■ 3 fruit _____________________________________________. 3 James likes using _____ ingredients. A British ■ 4 sweets B natural ■ _____________________________________________. C international ■ 5 ice cream 4 The restaurant opens early _____. _____________________________________________. A every day ■ 10 B on Sundays ■ Reading and Writing total 25 C twice a week ■New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 53
    • NAME NAME 7 Listening and Speaking A 7 Listening and Speaking BLI STE N I N G LI STE N I N GListen to two couples talk about their holidays. Listen to two couples talk about their holidays.Tick (✓) A, B, or C. Tick (✓) A, B, or C.1 Lisa and Jon didn’t like _____. 1 Lisa and Jon liked _____. A the people ■ B camping ■ C the big cities ■ A the people ■ B camping ■ C the big cities ■2 The weather in Norway was _____. 2 Every day Lisa and Jon _____. A hot ■ B nice ■ C wet ■ A went shopping ■ B worked ■ C had fun ■3 Every night Lisa and Jon went to bed _____. 3 Jerry and Sue liked the _____. A late ■ B at different times ■ C early ■ A nightlife ■ B hotel ■ C weather ■4 Jerry and Sue didn’t like the _____. 4 Jerry and Sue’s hotel was very _____. A hotel ■ B people ■ C nightlife ■ A nice ■ B big ■ C expensive ■5 Next year Jerry and Sue are going to go to _____. 5 Next year Lisa and Jon are going to go to _____. A Norway ■ B New York ■ C another city ■ A Norway ■ B New York ■ C Amsterdam ■ Listening total 10 Listening total 10 Speaking total 15 Speaking total 15 Listening and Speaking total 25 Listening and Speaking total 25S P EAKI N G Student A S P EAKI N G Student B1 Ask your partner about his / her plans. 1 Answer your partner’s questions about your plans. 1 Where are you going to go after class? Now ask your partner about his / her plans. 2 What are you going to do tomorrow? 1 Are you going to study English next year? 3 Are you going to go out at the weekend? 2 What are you going to do next weekend? 4 Are you going to read an English book tonight? 3 Are you going to watch TV tonight? 5 Are you going to go on holiday next summer? 4 Are you going to do homework after class? 6 Where are you going to have dinner tonight? 5 Are you going to travel this year? Now answer your partner’s questions about your 6 Are you going to have a coffee after class? plans.2 Read this extract from Linda’s food diary and answer 2 Ask your partner about what Linda ate and drank your partner’s questions. on Monday. How much / How many…? Linda’s food diary Monday • • water / drink biscuits / eat • apples / eat • orange juice / drink water 1/2 litre apples 2 • eggs / eat • coffee / drink beer – coffee 1 cup Now read Bruce’s food diary and answer your eggs 1 orange juice 2 glasses partner’s questions. biscuits 3 Bruce’s food diary Now ask your partner about what Bruce ate and Monday drank on Monday. water 1 glass apples – How much / How many…? beer 3 glasses coffee 5 cups eggs 2 orange juice 1 glass • • water / drink biscuits / eat • apples / eat • orange juice / drink biscuits – • eggs / eat • coffee / drink54 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 8 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation AG R AM MAR 3 Don’t walk home. It isn’t __________ here at night.1 Write the comparative or superlative form of the 4 It’s raining. Please drive __________. adjective in brackets. 5 That’s a __________ dress. Where did you buy it? Example: Your car is more expensive (expensive) than 6 They speak English __________. Their mother is mine. from Cambridge. 1 I’m the _______________ (happy) person in 6 the world! Grammar total 20 2 She’s the _______________ (good) swimmer in the VO C AB U L ARY class. 4 Complete the sentences with the correct words. 3 It’s _______________ (hot) in Italy than in Norway. 4 Winter is the _______________ (dangerous) time of Example: He’s very rich. He has a lot of money. rich healthy expensive the year for some animals. 5 This year’s work is _______________ (hard) than 1 Don’t be __________! I don’t like arguing. last year’s work. serious aggressive boring 6 I’m _______________ (young) than my sister. 2 Paul’s very __________. He never speaks! 7 Tim’s the _______________ (bad) football player noisy quiet careful I know. 3 Thank you for the money. You’re really __________. 8 I think the mountains are _______________ generous friendly open (beautiful) than the beach. 4 Hannah likes meeting new people. She’s very 8 __________.2 Complete the sentences with do, don’t, would, or friendly aggressive good wouldn’t. 5 Simon’s quite __________. He doesn’t often laugh Example: Do you like fish? or make jokes. 1 I __________ like to go to China one day. popular difficult serious 2 ‘Would you like to dance?’ ‘No! I __________ like 6 Sam’s very __________. He doesn’t make many this music.’ mistakes. 3 ‘Would you like some lunch?’ ‘Yes, I __________.’ exciting polite careful 4 I __________ like to go to Australia. I don’t like 7 She’s really __________. She dresses well every day. flying. friendly happy stylish 5 ‘Would you like to do a parachute jump?’ ‘No, I 7 __________. It’s very dangerous.’ 5 Match the words with the definitions. 6 __________ you like shopping for clothes? 6 altitude breathe cotton freezer hit nose roof3 Complete the sentences with an adjective or an Example: high place altitude adverb. Use the correct form of the words in the box. 1 part of your face __________ 2 it’s colder than a fridge __________ beautiful careful hard healthy perfect safe slow 3 you find it on your house __________ 4 what you do with a tennis ball __________ Example: I don’t understand you. Please speak slowly. 5 you need oxygen to do this __________ 1 He worked __________ and passed the exam. 6 your clothes are often this __________ 2 She doesn’t eat __________. She has too much fast 6 food.New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 55
    • NAME 8 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation A6 Write the weather words. P R O N U N C IATI O N 7 Write the words in the correct space. cloudy friendly high meet popular worse __________ 1 __________ 2 __________ meet Example: It’s snowing. 1 It’s __________. 3 __________ 4 __________ 5 __________ 5 8 Underline the stressed syllable. Example: coffee 1 healthier 2 crowded 3 dangerous 2 It’s __________. 3 It’s __________. 4 aggressive 5 carefully 5 Pronunciation total 10 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50 4 It’s __________. 5 It’s __________. 6 It’s __________. 7 It’s __________. 7 Vocabulary total 2056 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 8 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation BG R AM MAR 5 She’s the ________________ (good) student in1 Complete the sentences with do, don’t, would, or the class. wouldn’t. 6 This month’s test is ________________ (hard) than Example: ‘Would you like to do a parachute jump?’ last month’s test. ‘No, I wouldn’t. It’s very dangerous.’ 7 I’m ________________ (young) than my brother. 1 ‘Would you like to dance?’ ‘No! I __________ like 8 I think the mountains are ________________ this song.’ (beautiful) than the sea. 2 __________ you like shopping for food? 8 3 I __________ like to go to Russia one day. Grammar total 20 4 __________ you like cheese? VO C AB U L ARY 5 I __________ like to go to Brazil. I don’t like flying. 4 Match the words with the definitions. 6 ‘Would you like some breakfast?’ ‘Yes, I __________.’ altitude breathe cotton freezer hit nose roof 6 Example: it’s colder than a fridge freezer2 Complete the sentences with an adjective or an 1 high place __________ adverb. Use the correct form of the words in the box. 2 your clothes are often this __________ 3 what you do with a tennis ball __________ beautiful careful hard healthy perfect safe slow 4 part of your face __________ 5 you need oxygen to do this __________ Example: She doesn’t eat healthily. She has too much fast food. 6 you find it on your house __________ 6 1 They speak French __________. Their mother is from Paris. 5 Complete the sentences with the correct words. 2 It’s snowing. Please drive __________. Example: Helen’s very quiet. She never speaks! noisy quiet careful 3 Don’t walk home. It isn’t __________ here in 1 Thank you for the money. You’re very ___________. the evening. generous friendly open 4 I can’t understand you. Please speak __________. 2 Don’t be __________! I hate arguing. 5 That’s a __________ jacket. Where did you buy it? serious aggressive boring 6 He worked __________ and passed the test. 6 3 She’s very __________. She always dresses well.3 Write the comparative or superlative form of the friendly happy stylish adjective in brackets. 4 Julie’s very __________. She doesn’t make many Example: It’s hotter (hot) in Italy than mistakes. in Norway. exciting polite careful 1 Your shirt is ________________ (expensive) 5 Jeff is quite __________. He doesn’t often laugh or than mine. make jokes. 2 Winter is the ________________ (dangerous) time popular difficult serious of the year for some animals. 6 She’s very __________. She has a lot of money. 3 Tim’s the ________________ (bad) chess player rich healthy expensive I know. 7 Sonya likes meeting new people. She’s very 4 I’m the ________________ (happy) person in __________. the world! friendly aggressive good 7New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 57
    • NAME 8 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation BVO C AB U L ARY P R O N U N C IATI O N6 Write the weather words. 7 Underline the stressed syllable. Example: coffee 1 aggressive 2 crowded 3 carefully 4 dangerous 5 healthier 5 8 Write the words in the correct space. Example: It’s raining. 1 It’s __________. cloudy high friendly meet popular worse __________ 1 __________ 2 __________ high 2 It’s __________. 3 It’s __________. 3 __________ 4 __________ 5 __________ 5 Pronunciation total 10 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50 4 It’s __________. 5 It’s __________. 6 It’s __________. 7 It’s __________. 7 Vocabulary total 2058 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME 8 Reading and Writing AR EAD I N G 6 Brazil is an interesting place for tourists.1 Read the magazine article and tick (✓) A, B, or C. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 7 Brazilian people are usually friendly to tourists. The best places to visit A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 8 Water sports are very popular. There’s no place on earth like Brazil. It has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, some of the busiest, A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ most exciting cities, as well as the biggest area of 9 People usually eat early in the evening. unexplored rainforest on the planet. Most people live near the sea so there is a lot of empty space. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ The country is, of course, enormous. In fact, Brazil is the 10 Parties are always at weekends. fifth largest country in the world. It covers half of South A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ America and has borders with every South American country except Chile and Ecuador. It has 19 cities and 10 more than 170 million people. 2 Read the text again and answer the questions. Brazil is a fascinating place to visit. The people are warm 1 What attractions does Brazil have for tourists? and friendly and they generally welcome tourists to their __________________________________________ country. Traditionally, Brazilians give presents to their hosts when they visit people, so it’s a good idea if you do 2 When do Brazilians give presents? the same! Typical gifts include flowers, sweets, and __________________________________________ champagne. 3 When do people have dinner? When we think of Brazil, we think of football, music, __________________________________________ dancing, and beaches. The most popular pastimes will not come as a surprise: playing football, listening to music, 4 What do Brazilians think of tourists? dancing, walking on the beach, or just talking. __________________________________________ Family life is very important and eating together is always 5 When do the parties begin? special. The most important meal of the day is at about 1.00 p.m. The evening meal doesn’t begin until about 9.00 __________________________________________ or 10.00 p.m. And then the parties begin. A party can start 5 at any time and for any reason, and go on until the early hours of the morning. Nobody worries about work the Reading total 15 next day. WR ITI N G How do Brazilians stay awake with such a lifestyle? Well, Brazil also produces some of the best coffee in the world! Read the information about this hotel. Example: Brazil is the biggest country in the world. Fortuna Hotel A True ■ B False ■ ✓ C Doesn’t say ■ Beautiful hotel by the sea. 100 double rooms, 50 with views over the Mediterranean. Lots of sports to play! 1 The population of Brazil is 170 million. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ Write an e-mail to the hotel. You want: 2 There aren’t any cities in the middle of Brazil. ■ ■ ■ • twoarrive on rooms withandview on 21 August double a A True B False C Doesn’t say • information about the hotel’s sports facilities to 14 August leave 3 Most people live in the rainforest. • confirmation of your reservation A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ • 10 4 Brazil has a border with Ecuador and Chile. 25 ■ ■ ■ Reading and Writing total A True B False C Doesn’t say 5 The cities are all very quiet. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 59
    • NAME 8 Reading and Writing BR EAD I N G 6 Brazil is a boring place for tourists.1 Read the magazine article and tick (✓) A, B, or C. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 7 Brazilian people are usually friendly to tourists. The best places to visit A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 8 Music is very popular. There’s no place on earth like Brazil. It has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, some of the busiest, A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ most exciting cities, as well as the biggest area of 9 Lunch is an important meal. unexplored rainforest on the planet. Most people live near the sea so there is a lot of empty space. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ The country is, of course, enormous. In fact, Brazil is the 10 Parties always start at 10.00 p.m. fifth largest country in the world. It covers half of South A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ America and has borders with every South American country except Chile and Ecuador. It has 19 cities and 10 more than 170 million people. 2 Read the text again and answer the questions. Brazil is a fascinating place to visit. The people are warm 1 Why is there a lot of empty space in Brazil? and friendly and they generally welcome tourists to their __________________________________________ country. Traditionally, Brazilians give presents to their hosts when they visit people, so it’s a good idea if you do 2 What do people often give as presents? the same! Typical gifts include flowers, sweets, and __________________________________________ champagne. 3 When do people eat lunch? When we think of Brazil, we think of football, music, __________________________________________ dancing, and beaches. The most popular pastimes will not come as a surprise: playing football, listening to music, 4 When do they eat in the evening? dancing, walking on the beach, or just talking. __________________________________________ Family life is very important and eating together is always 5 What often happens after dinner? special. The most important meal of the day is at about 1.00 p.m. The evening meal doesn’t begin until about 9.00 __________________________________________ or 10.00 p.m. And then the parties begin. A party can start 5 at any time and for any reason, and go on until the early hours of the morning. Nobody worries about work the Reading total 15 next day. WR ITI N G How do Brazilians stay awake with such a lifestyle? Well, Brazil also produces some of the best coffee in the world! Read the information about this hotel. Example: Brazil is the biggest country in the world. Hotel Derby A True ■ B False ■ ✓ C Doesn’t say ■ Small hotel in the city centre. Ten double rooms, all with private bathrooms. Five singles, three with private bathrooms. 1 170 million people live in Brazilian cities. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ Write an e-mail to the hotel. You want: 2 All of Brazil’s cities are on the coast. ■ ■ ■ • atosingle room with a bathroomleave on 24 September A True B False C Doesn’t say • information22 September attractions that are near arrive on and 3 Not many people live in the rainforest. • the hotel about tourist A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ • confirmation of your reservation 4 Brazil doesn’t have a border with Ecuador and Chile. 10 A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ Reading and Writing total 25 5 The cities are all very quiet. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■60 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME NAME 8 Listening and Speaking A 8 Listening and Speaking BLI STE N I N G LI STE N I N GListen to a psychologist talking about car colour and Listen to a psychologist talking about car colour andpersonality. Write the letter (A–E) next to each colour. personality. Write the letter (A–E) next to each colour.colour personality colour personalityyellow ■■ A popular with women white ■ A stylishwhite ■ B popular with careful people blue ■ B quietred ■ C generous black ■■ C popular with business peoplegreen ■ D more aggressive than normal silver ■ D popular with doctors E friendly E serious Listening total 10 Listening total 10 Speaking total 15 Speaking total 15 Listening and Speaking total 25 Listening and Speaking total 25S P EAKI N G Student A S P EAKI N G Student B1 Ask your partner these questions. 1 Answer your partner’s questions. 1 Do you drive carefully? Now ask your partner these questions. 2 Would you like to do a parachute jump? 1 Would you like to travel to Mars? 3 Do you sing well? 2 Are you a quiet person? 4 Would you like to live in the USA? 3 Do you like reading books? 5 Do you like cooking? 4 Do you speak quickly? Now answer your partner’s questions. 5 Would you like to live in Australia?2 You have some information about the weather today in five cities. Read the information and answer your 2 You have some information about the weather partner’s questions. today in five cities. Your partner has information about five different cities. Ask your partner these questions. Warsaw 1 • What // weather // London? • What weather/ Valencia? Valencia? Rome 6 • Which / hot / city? / Warsaw / hot • Which / cold / city? London 2 • Now read this information and answer your partner’s questions. Buenos Aires 26 Valencia 13 Prague 2 Moscow –6 Your partner has information about five different cities. Ask your partner these questions. Lisbon 12 • What / weather / Lisbon? • What / weather / Prague? La Paz 6 • / Lisbon / hot / La Paz? • Which / hot / city? • Which / cold / city? Bangkok 34New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 61
    • NAME End-of-course Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation AG R AM MAR 3 Complete the sentences. Use the verbs in brackets.1 Complete the sentences. Example: John and Mary have (have) two children. Example: Are you from Italy? 1 Simon ________________ (not be) at work 1 We __________ British, we’re American. yesterday. 2 ‘What’s that?’ ‘It’s __________ identity card.’ 2 I ________________ (buy) a new car last week. 3 __________ your teacher live in London? 3 My sister ________________ (listen) to music at the 4 I usually get up late __________ Sundays. moment. 5 I __________ sing, but I can play the guitar. 4 We ________________ (not have) a holiday next 6 This bag’s __________. Look! It’s got my name on it. year. 7 Is __________ any milk in the fridge? 5 Where ________________ (be) he yesterday 8 I’m taller __________ my brother. morning? 9 ‘Would you like to fly a plane?’ ‘No, I __________.’ 6 ________________ you ever ________________ 10 I hardly __________ watch TV at the weekend. (break) your leg? 11 __________ were a lot of people at the cinema last 7 I ________________ (not be) to France. Is it nice? night. 8 They ________________ (not drive) to London, 12 It’s the __________ interesting book I’ve ever read. they got the train. 13 ‘How much coffee do you drink?’ ‘Quite a 9 ________________ she ________________ (have) a __________.’ party next week? 14 ‘What’s the time?’ ‘It’s half __________ three.’ 10 Who ________________ (be) the three greatest 15 They __________ like the film – they left after ten politicians of the twentieth century? minutes. 11 He has an exam tomorrow so he ________________ 16 I spoke to him on the phone ten minutes (study) now. __________. 12 She ________________ (not like) writing postcards. 8 13 How often ________________ you2 Underline the correct word or phrase in each ________________ (use) your mobile? sentence. 14 Emma ________________ (write) him a letter two Example: My father work / works in a bank. days ago. 7 1 She’s my childrens’ / children’s teacher. 2 I have always / always have breakfast at home. Grammar total 20 3 They’re beautiful flowers / flowers beautiful. 4 I don’t like get up / getting up early. 5 We don’t have some / any money. 6 Please drive careful / carefully. The weather’s bad. 7 Can we meet on / in Monday evening? 8 My father’s doctor / a doctor. 9 I have a lot of / a lot brothers and sisters. 10 ‘Is that his umbrella?’ ‘No, it’s ours / our.’ 562 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME End-of-course Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation AVO C AB U L ARY 5 Complete the sentences with the correct word.4 What are these things? Example: Can I use my credit card, please? wallet card money Example: It’s a pencil. 1 My sister works in an office. She’s a _____________. builder musician receptionist 2 I work for a newspaper. I’m a _____________. 1 ____________________. journalist politician lawyer 3 My mother’s brother is my _____________. grandfather nephew uncle 2 ____________________. 4 The opposite of expensive is _____________. safe cheap empty 5 We eat in the _____________. 3 ____________________. bathroom garage dining room 6 You can buy food at a _____________. 4 ____________________. pharmacy market post office 7 I need some _____________ for this letter. keys stamps coins 5 ____________________. 8 My brother’s daughter is my _____________. granddaughter sister niece 9 My father’s a _____________. He flies all over the world. What are they doing? pilot builder nurse 10 The opposite of safe is _____________. Example: He’s using a computer. dangerous difficult different 5 6 What’s the next word? 6 __________________________. Example: one, two, three 1 ten, twenty, _______________ 2 Monday, Tuesday, _______________ 7 __________________________. 3 July, August, _______________ 4 third, fourth, _______________ 5 eight hundred, nine hundred, _______________ 6 spring, summer, _______________ 8 __________________________. 3 9 __________________________. 10 __________________________. 5New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 63
    • NAME End-of-course Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation A7 What’s the word? P R O N U N C IATI O N Example: She walks to work every day. 8 Write the words in the correct place. 1 Do you have a lighter or some m__________? beautiful breakfast friend how juice leave 2 What’s your m____________ number? people slow phone thought thousand 3 This is my i____________ card. water 4 Do you want to c____________ a taxi? 5 After work she g____________ to the gym. 6 A c____________ is a place where you can buy __________ how __________ 1 __________ slow medicine. 7 He s____________ for eight hours a night. 2 __________ 3 __________ 4 __________ 8 The opposite of tall is s____________. 9 If you break your leg you have to go to h____________. 5 __________ 6 __________ 7 __________ 10 I d____________ a Volkswagen. 8 __________ 9 __________ 10 __________ 11 I always w____________ up early. 12 Your son’s daughter is your g____________. 5 9 Underline the stressed syllable. 13 She often t____________ by plane. 14 I c____________ dinner at 8.00 p.m. Example: coffee 7 1 healthy 2 tomatoes Vocabulary total 20 3 beautiful 4 aggressive 5 summer 6 completely 7 vegetables 8 engineer 9 behind 10 politician 5 Pronunciation total 10 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 5064 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME End-of-course Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation BG R AM MAR 3 Complete the sentences. Use the verbs in brackets.1 Underline the correct word or phrase in each Example: They didn’t drive (not drive) to Edinburgh, sentence. they got the bus. Example: My sister’s a doctor / doctor. 1 Steven ________________ (not be) at work on 1 They’re beautiful shoes / shoes beautiful. Tuesday. 2 She’s my children’s / childrens’ English teacher. 2 I ________________ (buy) a new book last 3 Can we meet on / in Friday morning? weekend. 4 I don’t like get up / getting up late. 3 Who ________________ (be) the three greatest 5 My father works / work in an office. artists of the twentieth century? 6 I have always / always have lunch at a café. 4 Emma ________________ (write) him an e-mail 7 I don’t have some / any money. four days ago. 8 ‘Is that her car?’ ‘No, it’s our / ours.’ 5 Where _________________ (be) he on Wednesday 9 Please drive carefully / careful. The weather’s bad. afternoon? 10 I have a lot / a lot of uncles and aunts. 6 We ________________ (not have) a holiday 5 next month.2 Complete the sentences. 7 Elizabeth and Ben ________________ (have) three dogs. Example: This bag’s mine. Look! It’s got my name on it. 8 ________________ you ever ________________ 1 __________ your teacher live in Cambridge? (break) your arm? 2 I usually get up late __________ Saturdays. 9 I ________________ (not be) to Spain. Is it nice? 3 It’s the __________ interesting film I’ve ever seen. 10 He has an exam on Thursday so he 4 I __________ sing, but I can play the piano. ________________ (study) now. 5 Is __________ any cheese in the fridge? 11 My brother ________________ (listen) to music at 6 I’m taller __________ my father. the moment. 7 __________ you from China? 12 ________________ James ________________ 8 ‘Would you like to fly a plane?’ ‘No, I __________.’ (have) a party next week? 9 I spoke to him on the phone 20 minutes 13 She ________________ (not like) writing letters. __________. 14 How often ________________ you 10 I hardly __________ watch TV in the evening. ________________ (use) your car? 11 __________ were a lot of people at the theatre last 7 night. Grammar total 20 12 We __________ Spanish, we’re Brazilian. 13 ‘How much tea do you drink?’ ‘Quite a __________.’ 14 ‘What’s the time?’ ‘It’s half __________ five.’ 15 ‘What’s that?’ ‘It’s __________ identity card.’ 16 They __________ like the film – they left after 20 minutes. 8New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 65
    • NAME End-of-course Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation BVO C AB U L ARY 6 Complete the sentences with the correct word.4 What’s the word? Example: My brother’s daughter is my niece. granddaughter sister niece Example: Do you want to call a taxi? 1 I work for a newspaper. I’m a ____________. 1 Do you have a lighter or some m__________? journalist politician lawyer 2 She often t__________ by plane. 2 My sister works in an office. She’s a ____________. 3 The opposite of tall is s__________. builder musician receptionist 4 What’s your m__________ number? 3 My mother’s brother is my ____________. 5 This is my i__________ card. grandfather nephew uncle 6 Your son’s daughter is your g__________. 4 Can I use my credit ____________, please? 7 A c__________ is a place where you can buy wallet card money medicine. 5 The opposite of expensive is ____________. 8 After work she g__________ to the gym. safe cheap empty 9 He s__________ for eight hours a night. 6 The opposite of safe is ____________. 10 She w__________ to work every day. dangerous difficult different 11 If you break your leg you have to go to h__________. 7 You can buy food at a ____________. 12 I d__________ a Volkswagen. pharmacy market post office 13 I c__________ dinner at 8.00 p.m. 8 We eat in the ____________. 14 I always w__________ up early. 7 bathroom garage dining room5 What’s the next word? 9 I need some ____________ for this letter. keys stamps coins Example: twenty, thirty, forty 10 My father’s a ____________. He flies all over the 1 eight hundred, nine hundred, __________ world. 2 Tuesday, Wednesday, __________ pilot builder nurse 3 three, four, __________ 5 4 August, September, __________ 5 winter, spring, __________ 6 fifth, sixth, __________ 366 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME End-of-course Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation B7 What are these things? P R O N U N C IATI O N 8 Underline the stressed syllable. Example: It’s a watch. Example: coffee 1 tomatoes 1 ____________________. 2 healthy 3 completely 4 aggressive 2 ____________________. 5 summer 6 politician 7 vegetables 3 ____________________. 8 engineer 9 beautiful 10 behind 4 ____________________. 5 9 Write the words in the correct place. 5 ____________________. beautiful breakfast friend how juice leave people slow phone thought thousand water What are they doing? Example: He’s riding a bicycle. __________ breakfast __________ 1 __________ leave 2 __________ 3 __________ 4 __________ 6 __________________________. 5 __________ 6 __________ 7 __________ 8 __________ 9 __________ 10 __________ 7 __________________________. 5 Pronunciation total 10 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50 8 __________________________. 9 __________________________. 10 __________________________. 5 Vocabulary total 20New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 67
    • NAME End-of-course Reading and Writing AR EAD I N G 8 There aren’t many roads in Greenland.1 Read the text and tick (✓) A, B, or C. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 9 In Greenland in October it’s light all the time. The frozen extremes of the earth A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 9 The Arctic in the north and the Antarctic in the south are at opposite ends of the planet, but they are similar in 2 Write the Arctic or the Antarctic. many ways. Both are lands of ice and snow, where the temperature in winter can be so low that your skin can Example: It’s at the South Pole. the Antarctic freeze in seconds – it can be as low as –80°C. Very few 1 There aren’t many roads. __________ animals are able to survive these conditions, but there are some both in the north and in the south. The Arctic 2 Some land animals live here. __________ has more plants and animals than the Antarctic, including 3 Few people live here all the time. __________ polar bears, the largest bear in the world. In the south there are no land animals because of the extreme cold, 4 People use dogs to help them travel. __________ but there are penguins and other sea animals that live on 5 In June it’s light for 24 hours a day. __________ or near the coast – although both in the north and the south the sea is frozen for much of the year. 6 There are no towns and villages here. __________ One difference between the Arctic and the Antarctic is 6 the human population. In parts of the Arctic there are towns and villages. Greenland, for example, the largest Reading total 15 island in the world, has a population of 55,000 people. Many of these people work in fishing. They have a WR ITI N G difficult life. There aren’t many roads between towns and Answer these three questions. Write 25–35 words for villages, so people travel by snowmobile or with dogs. each question. From November to January it’s dark for 24 hours a day, but from May to July there are 24 hours of daylight. In 1 What’s your favourite day of the week? Why? the Antarctic there are no normal towns and villages. _____________________________________________ Only scientists live there all year round, in special buildings called ‘stations’. They study the sea animals and _____________________________________________ learn about the history of the world’s climate by _____________________________________________ studying the weather and the ice. It’s a hard place to live, especially in winter, but many of them love it there and _____________________________________________ return again and again. _____________________________________________ 2 Describe a good friend of yours. Example: The Antarctic is the coldest place in the world. _____________________________________________ A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ ✓ _____________________________________________ 1 There aren’t any animals in the Antarctic. _____________________________________________ A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ _____________________________________________ 2 No people live in the Antarctic. _____________________________________________ A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 3 Describe your best holiday. 3 There aren’t any buildings in the Antarctic. _____________________________________________ A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ _____________________________________________ 4 It is usually –80°C in the Antarctic. _____________________________________________ A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ _____________________________________________ 5 The sea in the Antarctic is usually frozen. _____________________________________________ A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 10 6 There aren’t any sea animals in the Arctic. Reading and Writing total 25 A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 7 In Greenland, people don’t work in winter. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■68 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME End-of-course Reading and Writing BR EAD I N G 7 In Greenland, people don’t work in winter.1 Read the text and choose the correct answer. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 8 There are some roads in Greenland. The frozen extremes of the earth A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ 9 In Greenland in December it’s dark all the time. The Arctic in the north and the Antarctic in the south are at opposite ends of the planet, but they are similar in A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ many ways. Both are lands of ice and snow, where the 9 temperature in winter can be so low that your skin can freeze in seconds – it can be as low as –80°C. Very few 2 Write the Arctic or the Antarctic. animals are able to survive these conditions, but there are some both in the north and in the south. The Arctic Example: It’s at the South Pole. the Antarctic has more plants and animals than the Antarctic, including 1 Scientists sometimes live here. __________ polar bears, the largest bear in the world. In the south there are no land animals because of the extreme cold, 2 No land animals live here. __________ but there are penguins and other sea animals that live on 3 People live here all the time. __________ or near the coast – although both in the north and the south the sea is frozen for much of the year. 4 There are more plants here. __________ One difference between the Arctic and the Antarctic is 5 In December it’s dark for 24 hours a day. __________ the human population. In parts of the Arctic there are 6 There aren’t any towns of villages here. __________ towns and villages. Greenland, for example, the largest island in the world, has a population of 55,000 people. 6 Many of these people work in fishing. They have a difficult life. There aren’t many roads between towns and Reading total 15 villages, so people travel by snowmobile or with dogs. From November to January it’s dark for 24 hours a day, WR ITI N G but from May to July there are 24 hours of daylight. In Answer these three questions. Write 25–35 words for the Antarctic there are no normal towns and villages. each question. Only scientists live there all year round, in special buildings called ‘stations’. They study the sea animals and 1 What did you do last weekend? learn about the history of the world’s climate by _____________________________________________ studying the weather and the ice. It’s a hard place to live, especially in winter, but many of them love it there and _____________________________________________ return again and again. _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ Example: The Antarctic is the coldest place in _____________________________________________ the world. 2 What is there for tourists to do in your town or city? A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ ✓ _____________________________________________ 1 There aren’t any animals in the Antarctic. _____________________________________________ A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ _____________________________________________ 2 Some people live in the Antarctic. _____________________________________________ A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ _____________________________________________ 3 There aren’t any villages in the Antarctic. 3 Describe your house or flat. A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ _____________________________________________ 4 It is usually –80° C in the Antarctic. _____________________________________________ A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ _____________________________________________ 5 The sea in the Antarctic is always frozen. _____________________________________________ A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ _____________________________________________ 6 There are some sea animals in the Arctic. 10 A True ■ B False ■ C Doesn’t say ■ Reading and Writing total 25New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 69
    • NAME NAME End-of-course Listening A End-of-course Listening BLI STE N I N G LI STE N I N G1 You will hear five short conversations. You will hear 1 You will hear five short conversations. You will hear each conversation twice. Tick (✓) A, B, or C. each conversation twice. Tick (✓) A, B, or C. 1 A He was born in Argentina. ■ 1 A His parents are from Argentina. ■ B He was born in the USA. ■ B His parents are from France. ■ C He was born in France. ■ C His mother is French and his father 2 A The shop only sells cheap shoes. ■ is Argentinian. ■ B The shop sells cheap and expensive shoes. ■ 2 A Her shoes are new and expensive. ■ C The shop only sells expensive shoes. ■ B Her shoes are old and cheap. ■ 3 A He thought the film was quite good. ■ C Her shoes are new and cheap. ■ B He thought Tom Hanks was very good. ■ 3 A He thought Tom Hanks was quite good. ■ C He thought the film was very bad. ■ B He thought the film was very good. ■ 4 A They didn’t go out on Saturday. ■ C He thought Tom Hanks was very good. ■ B They didn’t go out on Friday. ■ 4 A They were tired on Thursday night. ■ C They didn’t go out on Friday or Saturday. ■ B They were tired on Friday night. ■ 5 A She woke up at 7.30. ■ C They were tired on Saturday night. ■ B She got up at 7.00. ■ 5 A She got up at 7.30. ■ C She got up at 7.30. ■ B She got up at 7.00. ■ C She woke up at 7.30. ■2 You will hear two people talking about their favourite times. Write the letter (A–E) next to each 2 You will hear two people talking about their person. favourite times. Write the letter (A–E) next to each person favourite times, days, etc. person. Cristina ■■ A December person favourite times, days, etc. Udom ■■■ B Christmas Cristina ■■■ A the morning C Friday Udom ■■ B Thursday D winter C the New Year E 10 p.m. D spring Listening total 10 E July Listening total 10 Speaking total 15 Speaking total 15 Listening and Speaking total 25 Listening and Speaking total 2570 New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004
    • NAME NAME End-of-course Speaking A End-of-course Speaking BS P EAKI N G STU D E NT A S P EAKI N G STU D E NT B1 Ask your partner these questions. 1 Answer your partner’s questions. Now ask your partner these questions. 1 Where do you live? 2 What’s your job? 1 What do you do? 3 Where were born? 2 Where were you born? 4 What do you do in your free time? 3 What’s your address? 5 Where did you go for your last holiday? 4 What did you do last weekend? 6 Have you ever visited a very hot place? Where? 5 Have you ever visited a very cold place? Where? When? When? 7 What music do you like? 6 How many languages do you speak? 8 What are you going to do next weekend? 7 Can you play any musical instruments? Which? 8 Where are you going to go for your next holiday? Now answer your partner’s questions. 2 Your partner has information about a music2 Read the information and answer your partner’s festival. Ask your partner these questions. questions. • Where / festival? Bexhill Summer Festival • How much//bar / close? ? • / buy food and drink? What time Elm Grove Park • What time / finish? Saturday 13 August Ten bands • Now read this information about a restaurant and Five DJs answer your partner’s questions. Acoustic tent 2 p.m. till 11 p.m. The Red Lion Food from around the world Deddington Road Licensed bar open until 11.00 p.m. Oxford £15 Fine British and international food Open for lunch and dinner seven days a week. Now ask your partner these questions about a Opening hours Monday to Saturday 11.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m. restaurant. and 6.30 p.m. – 11.00 p.m., Sunday 12.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m. and 7.00 p.m. – 10.30 p.m. • What // name/ /food? restaurant? • Where / ? What kind For reservations call 01865 372982 • / open / every day? • What time / open / Saturday? •New English File Elementary photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2004 71