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5 Do .. . need, 'm staying
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4 fantasy 3 Danny, a friend evacuated from Machu Picchu in
4 people outside the station helicopters.
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6 crime
6 John Lennon 3 The ruins had been cut off by floods
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6 employee 6 didn't finish 4 're/ are meeting/ 're/ are going to
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8 El.a[tner 8 opened 5 '11 / wi ll be
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8 1 u n der stand. 9 did you do
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cancelled. 1need to rebook.
4 J'm at the cinema. Your dinner is in the oven.
1'11 see you later.
S l'm going (to go) swimmingafter school - do
you want to come (with me)?
6 l'm sorry, 1 d idn't t idy my bedroom - 1was
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To communicate with extraterrest rial life.
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3 SETI sends signals into space.
4 1SO full-time scientists. educators and other
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3, 6 and 7 are about thingsthat will 7 risk caker 6 funny
happen more than three years in the 8 ambicious
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2 wlll you stay
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3 you going to speak to Ted tomorrow
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4 isunlikely to pass her exam wasn't much time to relax.
4 g mustn'r
5 going to be a storm 3 He was stung by a deadly jellyfish.
5 a should
6 could become the champion
6 have to 4 He is planning to write abook
7 are llkely to find a cure for cancer one about his experiences, and he might
7 d mustn't
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8 h must
8 may not be able to attend the meeting Queensland.
9 c don't have to
9 won't have time to go shopp ing
10 0 f must 2
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2 l've finished this exercise. What 3
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8 the office. We can meet them at the 3 press conferences
2 foot 3 tea 4 rat S eye 6 working restaurant. 4 administrative duties
7 run 8 piece 9 ho t 10 mind 11 hand 4 1 shoul d n ' t to t ell you this, but the 5 cweeced
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the film starts. 3 a tiny delicious
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2 Didn't yousay it starts at ten o'clock?
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3 So what you mean is we failed. comes to fix the system. 5

4 Do you mean to tell me that it costs 1 to 2 used 3 would 4 used 5 used


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2 hard-working 6
4 1 used to love readingin the evening.
3 lazy 7 1
but now l'm too tired.
4 ambitious 8 3
5 1 remember how I used to sic in my
5 good leader grandfather's studio and watch him
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6 competitive painc.
1 listen, leave
7 indecisive 2 remind. remember
6 1 used to be quite fat. Then, 1 went on
8 outside the box a diet and lose ten kilos.
3 fun
9 motivated 7 Children always used to play around
4 job, earn
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1O risk taker 5 work, forget there's nobody here now.
6 hear. won, funny 8 They used to live in a big house but
they had to move.
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2 a moaning b warn 2 should
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1 Dear Ms Nelson
7 a long b short 7 must / have to
2 1 am writing to you about ...
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3 1 am currently studying English ...
9 shouldn't
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10 don't have to
skills ... 1 aren't likely to
S Thank you for your consideration. lf 2 might not 9
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6 Yours sincerely 5 hear 6 won 7 funny 8 fun
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7 Vinnie Jessop s is likely to IOA
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at your earliest convenience 7 won't 2 used to work
2 1believe I meet all the requirements of 8 may 3 used to study
the post 9 are going to 4 used to have
3 proven ability at 10 could 5 wou ld play
4 hands-on 6 wou ld enjoy
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2 in hot water

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6 say 7 repeat 8 saying 9 what IO other
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2 that's a good idea think we need to focus on
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7 solar power
9 memory I O print
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5 wonder
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4 l'm afraid I canc.
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4 wasn ' t a very good game. was it
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7 speak French, don'c you
8 haven'c seen my watch. have you

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4 annoyed S frightening 6 embarrassed to wait? 6 would change
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10 shocked you bring a friend? 8 would be
7 When I go to Krakow. 1 usually see my 9 would make
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4 satisfled 5 confusing 6 embarrassed 8 11
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7 shocking 8 relaxing 9 $he will getangry if you say thac!
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1 lf I had more time, l'd learnto ski.
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Consequences: You start to shout, You
B 3 lf they had to move. they wouldn't
throw things around, You feel cense.
livewith me.
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try meditation. You distance yourself
her.
from thesituation.
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3 chance?
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3 solve
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4 situations / things
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6 distance
6 cut. hair 1. 3, 4, 6 and 7 are potencial victims.
7 breathing / breaths
7 raise money
8 calmly D
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2 will get. works 3 We could drive to your house if we 3 Yes. (because they are concentrating
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studied. 4 Yes, (because he didn'c put che
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6 is. dance
s My life wouldn't be so easy if I didn't
have a supportive family. 5 N o, (because of her positive) body
7 is. eat languag.eShe's confi dent, she knows
6 lf I had the money. 1 would buy that
8 use, won't get where she's going. she's looking
house.
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B 7 1 would write to my friends if I wasn't
moving fast.
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6 Yes. (be cause he's looking at his feet
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4 specific - first condicional chey wou ldn 't look sodry!
him.
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mother asked them.
6 general- zero conditional the street is: if you have anything
10 l f I didn't work on Sacur days. 1 could valuable,) don't show it.
7 general- zero conditional
come to the barbecue.
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6 lt keeps making this strange noise.
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8 We have to sort it out.
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7 tt!s unfortunately, we were burgled 7
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2 've / have been waiting
3 checking, course
3 3 haven't been sleeping
4 see, look
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4 's / has been crying
2 terrible . sorry 8 S 've / have known
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7 worried 8 frightening 7 have ... been living
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8 Have ... been watching, have ...
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8: That's annoying.
3 the most delicious meal 4 rely on
2 A: l'vegot some good news for you.
4 was a lot easier than 5 pickup on
8: Congratulations!
s the simplest 6 have a talemfor
3 A: There's something l'vegot to tell
6 much happier 7 think about
you.
7 a bit shorter than 8 have access to
8: Oh. l'm sorry to hear that.
8 a worse place than
4 A: You'II never guess what.
3 B: That'sfantastic news!
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et Russian. was
4 Whenhe French, German
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5 have a talent for
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6 have access to 5 Two years later. he began attending 4 Hayleyhas invited us over for dinner
7 succeed in

at her house.
8 rely on Harvard University.
s Those neighbours are a nuisance -
6 Journalists 'fol lowed him around' .
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7 His sister said he knew ali the
6 She got to know her neighbours
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