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A SHORT REVIEW FOR B1 LEARNERS TO HELP THEM TO IMPROVE THEIR WEAKNESSES...

A SHORT REVIEW FOR B1 LEARNERS TO HELP THEM TO IMPROVE THEIR WEAKNESSES...

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  • 1. GENERAL REVIEW WORKSHOP FOR B1 LEARNERSName:_____________ Class:____________ Date:____________Grammar 1 Complete the sentences with question tags.0 The beach is cleaned (clean) every day in the summer.1 We ......................... (invite) to the party last Saturday.2 This film ......................... (produce) in Hollywood.3 I ......................... (give) lots of presents for my birthday this year.4 A lot of pianos ......................... (make) in Japan.5 English ......................... (speak) here. 2 Complete the sentences with for or since.0 I’ve known Tom since we were at primary school together.1 I’ve been afraid of dogs .......... I was a child.2 Dad has been ill .......... more than a week now.3 We’ve lived here .......... six years.4 I haven’t see Laura .......... the beginning of the year.5 How many DVDs have you bought .......... I last saw you?! 3 Complete the sentences. Use must/mustn’t or don’t have to with a verb in the box. be forget finish take go leave0 You mustn’t be rude to your parents.1 We .............................. Mum’s birthday. She’ll be very upset if we do.2 English children .............................. to school on Sundays.3 You .............................. that pizza if you’re not hungry.4 You .............................. photos in this building.5 We .............................. yet. The film doesn’t start for another hour. 4 Look at the prompts and write the sentences.0 London / not / interesting / as New York London’s not as interesting as New York.1 Jack / bad / tennis player in his club .............................................2 You / intelligent girl / in the class .............................................3 Dad’s jokes / funny / your jokes .............................................4 French food / good / than English food .............................................5 I / big / my brother ............................................. Page 1
  • 2. 5 Complete the sentences with question tags.0 You’re not from France, are you?1 Lucy didn’t see you, .................... ?2 It wasn’t very cold yesterday, .................... ?3 Your parents have been married a long time, .................... ?4 Jack lives in London, .................... ?5 Dad will help you, .................... ? 6 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words in brackets.0 Did you get an invitation to the wedding? (invite)1 Leonardo da Vinci was a great artist and ............... . (invent)2 We managed to get tickets as there had been a ............... . (cancel)3 My sister works as a ............... at the Hilton Hotel in London. (reception)4 What’s the difference between a tourist and a ............... ? (travel)5 We need to get some new ............... for the gym. (equip) 7 Underline the correct answer. 0 I can’t go out this weekend – I’ve got too many / much studying to do. 1 I can’t drink this coffee. There’s too much / many sugar in it. 2 There are too much / many cars on the roads. Why don’t more people take the bus? 3 Oh dear. There aren’t enough / much chairs for everyone. 4 Too much / many people in the world are starving. 5 There were lots of forest fires last summer because there wasn’t enough / many rain. 8 Look at the prompts. Write sentences using the second conditional.0 If I / have a lot of money / I buy a Ferrari. If I had a lot of money, I would buy a Ferrari.1 If I / get the chance / I go to Spain to learn Spanish. .............................................2 If we / invite Donna to our party / she come? .............................................3 If Harry / play the electric guitar really well / he join a band. .............................................4 If my brother / eat lots of vegetables / he be healthier. .............................................5 If I / get up earlier / I do more work. ............................................. 9 Complete the sentences with the correct form of used to.0 Jackie used to play the piano very well but she hasn’t practised for ages.1 .......... you .......... to do much sport at school?2 Where .......... your parents .......... to live?3 We ......................... eat vegetables but now we love them.4 Mum ......................... be a really good dancer but now she doesn’t have time.5 I ......................... have long hair but now it’s short. Page 2
  • 3. Vocabulary 10 Unscramble the words to describe a person’s age.0 Harry is six months old. He’s still a bbya. baby1 Amy’s only a clidh, so don’t be so angry with her. .........................2 David’s just two and he’s a naughty droldet. .........................3 My grandfather’s 70, so he’s a sronienep now. .........................4 I’m 18 and I’m an independent ognuy tulad. .........................5 Sally’s 14 and she’s a difficult greantee. ......................... 11 Complete the sentences with words for homes.0 A flat is on one floor of an apartment block.1 In England you often see a ......................... between two gardens. It is usually made of wood.2 A house which has a garden all around it is ......................... .3 A ......................... is a house with only one floor and no stairs.4 When you go on holiday you can attach a ......................... to the back of your car and sleep in it.5 You can park your car in a ......................... so it isn’t outside. 12 Write the words. British English North American English0 biscuits cookies1 ............... sidewalk2 lorry ...............3 ............... apartment4 ............... soccer5 lift ............... 13 Match a word in A with a word in B to make words connected with IT. A B0 key .... word1 memory .... load2 down 0 board3 pass .... stick4 net .... on5 log .... work 14 Complete the sentences. You are given the first letter of each word.0 I don’t feel very well. I’ve got a sore throat and I feel quite hot.1 The dentist always gives me an i.................... and then I don’t feel any pain!2 The s.................... performed the operation successfully, although it took him several hours.3 Please call an a.................... – there’s been an accident.4 There are ten p.................... who are waiting to see the doctor. Page 3
  • 4. 5 I’ve got a t.................... of 39 degrees. I must go to bed. Complete the sentences with the words in the box. There are some words you don’t need to15 use. cut down recycle waste drop litter rubbish clean fumes atmosphere0 To live healthily we need clean air and drinking water.1 The ......................... from our old car must be really bad for the environment.2 So many trees have ......................... down in the forest near my house.3 Why don’t you ......................... your glass and paper if you want to help?4 You ......................... a lot of water if you don’t turn off the tap when you brush your teeth.5 Please don’t ......................... on the street. Use one of the bins. Page 4

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