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Cumul 1 2 plus

  1. 1. Units 1–2 Grammar Practice (Plus) 1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. 1 I _________________ (not see) Jennifer since last week. 2 Emily was really tired because she _________________ (not sleep) very well the night before. 3 Jerry may _________________ (get) lost on the way here. I’d expect him to be here by now. 4 We _________________ (do) our homework since we got home. Almost finished! 5 You shouldn’t _________________ (criticize) Karen so much. She was really upset by what you said. 6 I don’t think Joseph could _________________ (forget) that it was Sally’s birthday yesterday. There must be another reason why he didn’t come. 2 Write questions for the answers using the prompts. 1 How long / Danny / dance? ___________________________________________________________ For about ten minutes. Look at him dance! 2 What / Tom / just / drink / when you got there? ___________________________________________________________ A lemonade, I think. The bottle was empty. 3 How many photos / you / take / last weekend? ___________________________________________________________ Oh, hundreds. © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  2. 2. 4 you / wait / long? ___________________________________________________________ No, not long. It’s good to see you. 5 Sally / see / the new movie? ___________________________________________________________ No, not yet. 6 How many books / you / read? ___________________________________________________________ Fifty or sixty. 3 Complete the sentences by adding two words in each space. 1 You didn’t _________________ buy me a present but thanks anyway. 2 Amy _________________ been rude to her grandmother. It was the wrong thing to do. 3 Simon _________________ sitting there patiently for ages. 4 Sam couldn’t get into his house because _________________ left his key back at school. 5 Jeremy _________________ to wear a uniform at his school. It’s optional. 6 Emma must _________________ living in Madrid at exactly the same time that you were there. © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  3. 3. 4 Rewrite the sentences using the words in brackets. 1 It was a bad idea to get so bad-tempered. (shouldn’t) ___________________________________________________________ 2 It isn’t necessary to wash the vegetables before you cook them. (needn’t) ___________________________________________________________ 3 It certainly wasn’t Robert. (can’t) ___________________________________________________________ 4 I advise you to work harder. (ought) ___________________________________________________________ 5 It’s possible that you won’t enjoy the film. (might) ___________________________________________________________ 6 It wasn’t necessary to buy a ticket. (needn’t) ___________________________________________________________ 7 You are obliged to shower before going into the pool. (have) ___________________________________________________________ 5 Choose the best option to complete the sentences. 1 Rory swim until he feels better. It’s against the rules to go in the pool when ill. a mustn’t b doesn’t have to c needn’t 2 Ted his job because he didn’t work hard enough. a lost b was lost c had lost 3 How long abroad? a they have lived b have you lived c has he been living 4 By the time we our breakfast it was half past ten. a ate b have eaten c had eaten 5 How many times a famous person? a has she playing b has she played c has she been playing © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  4. 4. 6 Translate the sentences into your own language. 1 Andy should get a job. ___________________________________________________________ 2 How long has she been doing her homework? ___________________________________________________________ 3 Zoe may have left an hour or so ago. ___________________________________________________________ 4 I had never thought about working in a hospital until I met Caroline. ___________________________________________________________ 5 The children mustn’t play near the fire. ___________________________________________________________ © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  5. 5. Vocabulary Practice (Plus) 1 Complete the sentences with the correct words. 1 Ben is a _________________ . He steals from houses. 2 The police think Emily has committed a crime. She is a _________________ . 3 John is a _________________ . He wears a wig and decides on the sentence after a person has been found guilty. 4 Peter is a _________________ . He is on trial in court and will be found guilty or not guilty of a crime. 5 Colin is a _________________ . He has seen a crime. 6 Janet is the _________________ of a crime. She was attacked in the street. 7 Graham is a _________________ . He takes people and asks for a ransom for their release. 8 Bob is a _________________ . He is one of 12 people who must listen to the evidence in court. 9 Jack attacks and robs people in the streets. He is a _________________ . 10 Pam steals things from banks. She is a _________________ . 2 Write the job in the media these people have. 1 Jenny introduces programmes on TV. _________________ 2 Jonathan interviews celebrities on TV. _________________ 3 Patrick plans and manages which TV programmes are made. _________________ 4 Amy is in front of the cameras on the news every night at ten o’clock. _________________ 5 Tim decides what goes in a newspaper. _________________ 6 Lisa writes articles for a newspaper. _________________ © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  6. 6. 3 Complete the sentences with the correct verbs. 1 The prime minister refused to _________________ an interview after the sensational news broke. 2 Gary is always channel _________________ because he can never find anything good to watch. 3 I usually _________________ the headlines first to see what’s in the papers before I start reading them. 4 Joe _________________ the net every evening looking for interesting websites. 5 Some news stations _________________ down the news. They only feature human-interest stories. 6 Some judges _________________ two or three criminal cases at the same time. 7 Andrea was upset because someone _________________ her house yesterday and stole all her CDs. 8 You should _________________ in to the comedy programme on Radio FAB. It’s really funny. 4 Complete the sentences with the correct words. 1 Why do you always complain _________________ what we do but never think of anything to do yourself? 2 I don’t think this film is suitable _________________ people under eighteen. It’s very violent. 3 Simon was found guilty _________________ shoplifting. 4 I think you should be polite _________________ people regardless of their position. 5 Jill is sensitive _________________ criticism, so be careful what you say. © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  7. 7. 5 Write compound adjectives for the descriptions. 1 Louise says exactly what she thinks. _________________ 2 Sue likes to help out other people in the community. _________________ 3 Tony is very ambitious and knows what exactly what he wants to achieve in life. _________________ 4 Amanda is calm under pressure. _________________ 5 The programme was very critical of the social services. _________________ 6 Jake has no sympathy for others. _________________ 6 Replace the phrases in bold with suitable words. 1 I enjoy slowly reading through the newspapers at the weekend. _________________ 2 The news on TV is not biased, in my opinion. _________________ 3 They reported the disaster in a short news bulletin for important breaking news. _________________ 4 It was a successful and rich period of American history. _________________ 5 It was a time when everything changed completely. _________________ 6 He read out the decision of the jury. The criminal was guilty. _________________ 7 He had to pay a financial penalty because he had been speeding. _________________ © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  8. 8. 7 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. 1 He stopped _________________ (work) and looked at the time. 2 I remembered _________________ (buy) the newspaper while I was out, so you don’t need to go to the shops now to get it. 3 He remembered _________________ (see) her at the cinema. He could still picture it in his mind. 4 We didn’t stop _________________ (have) lunch until we had finished the project. © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010