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Reinforcement 1

  1. 1. Vocabulary<br />1Circle the word that doesn’t belong.<br />1.Hair: curly • straight • petite • spiky<br />2.Appearance: arrogant • gorgeous • pretty • good-looking<br />3.Personality: sociable • friendly • outgoing • average<br />4.Weight: well-built • calm • slim • heavy<br />2Match the words in A to their opposites in B.<br />AB<br />1.curly a.short<br />2.good-looking b.outgoing<br />3.tallc.straight<br />4.thind.dark<br />5.honeste.dishonest<br />6.fairf.lazy<br />7.shyg.fat<br />8.hard-workingh.ugly<br />3Choose the correct answer to show that you have understood the meaning of the italicised words.<br />1.Children who are polite always / never say “please” and “thank you”.<br />2.Women often use make-up / computers to make themselves more attractive.<br />3.A successful person does well / poorly.<br />4.Although our car is old, it’s reliable and often / rarely breaks down.<br />5.He is a mature child. He acts younger / older than his age.<br />4Complete the sentences with the adjectives in brackets. Add a prefix (in-, dis, un- or im-) when necessary.<br />1.My ……………… (considerate) neighbour often disturbs me by listening to loud music. <br />2.……………… (sociable) people don’t usually like to go to parties. <br />3.My sister is still ……………… (dependent) on my parents. She hasn’t got a job and she lives at home. <br />4.Ricky never tells lies. He is very ……………… (honest).<br />5.Daniel can never find what he’s looking for. He is so ……………… (organised).<br />6.Don’t be so ……………… (patient) with him! He’s only five years old.<br />5Match A to B to form sentences.<br />AB<br />1.Shy peoplea.may find it difficult to make new friends.<br />2.Stubborn people b.are happy most of the time.<br />3.Immature peoplec.don’t mind waiting.<br />4.Patient peopled.want things done their way.<br />5.Cheerful people e.may suddenly become angry or sad.<br />6.Moody peoplef.frequently behave childishly.<br />6Complete the advertisements with the words below. Use each word once.<br />attractive • adventurous • outgoing • average • calm • polite • cheerful<br />Cambridge Model AgencyWanted: good-looking young men and women to work as models.If you are (1) ……………… and you are taller than (2) ……………… , please send your photo to: modelagency@cambridge.comLooking for a telephone operator at a busy call centreCan you stay (3) ……………… under pressure?Have you got a good telephone voice?Can you be (4) ……………… , even to rude callers?Then call us at: (0808) 157 0342<br />Summer Camp LeaderIf …>you like sport.>you are an (5) ……………… person – not afraid to try new experiences.>you enjoy meeting new people and have got an (6) ……………… personality.>you smile and are (7) ……………… most of the time.Then YOU are the perfect summer camp leader! Come and work for us!Call today: Active summer camps (1 904) 64 8342<br />Grammar<br />1Complete the table with the time expressions and adverbs of frequency below.<br />today • now • often • on Sundays • every year • tomorrow night • this morning • at this moment • twice a week • usually<br />Present SimplePresent Continuous<br />2Choose the correct answer.<br />1.They go to church … .<br />a.at this moment b.nowc.on Sundays<br />2.I …. listen to classical music.<br />a.every year b.oftenc.today<br />3.My dad is making pancakes for breakfast … .<br />a.this morning b.usuallyc.twice a week<br />4.We are flying to Germany … .<br />a.on Sundays b.tomorrow nightc.often<br />5.My friends go shopping … .<br />a.at this moment b.nowc.twice a week<br />3Choose the correct answer.<br />1.What are you cooking? It smells / is smelling wonderful.<br />2.What time do you usually go / are you usually going to bed?<br />3.Be quiet! The baby sleeps / is sleeping.<br />4.How often do you visit / are you visiting your grandmother?<br />5.In most US schools, the students don’t wear / aren’t wearing uniforms.<br />6.Turn off the television. The children don’t watch / aren’t watching it.<br />7.You don’t need an umbrella this morning. It doesn’t rain / isn’t raining.<br />8.He is a vegetarian. He doesn’t eat / isn’t eating meat.<br />9.Right now, the president meets / is meeting some important people.<br />10.Tom has got a car now so he doesn’t walk / isn’t walking to school any more.<br />4Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the Present Simple or Present Continuous.<br />1.My mother ……………………… (wash) her car every weekend.<br />2.I ……………………… (do) an English grammar exercise at this moment.<br />3.The British sometimes ……………………… (eat) fish and chips for dinner.<br />4.My friends and I ……………………… (go) shopping tomorrow.<br />5.On Saturdays, I ……………………… (not get up) till 12.00.<br />6.Our teacher is ill. She ……………………… (not work) today.<br />5Write the questions for the answers below. Pay attention to the words in bold.<br />1.<br />Yes, he loves chocolates.<br />2.<br />They live in Paris. <br />3.<br />The children are playing tennis.<br />4.<br />I’m wearing a coat because it is cold outside.<br />5.<br />She finishes school at 3.30.<br />6.<br />Yes, she is leaving tonight.<br />6Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the Present Simple or Present Continuous.<br />1.She ……………………… (not go) swimming with her friends today because she ……………………… (not know) how to swim. She ……………………… (want) to learn and she ……………………… (wait) for the swimming course to start next month.<br />2.Teacher: Graham, ……………………… you ……………………… (listen) to me?<br />Student: Yes, Mrs Black, but I still ……………………… (not understand) the story.<br />3.The world ……………………… (get) warmer and most world leaders ……………………… (believe) that this is a big problem. Next month, many of these leaders ……………………… (meet) to talk about the problem.<br />

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