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G

(11 marks)

Complete this text about a teacher. Write ONE word in each gap. The first one has been done for you.

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(18 marks)

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Using the information on the right, write two or three sentences about Madagascar.

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Compare yourself to another person in your family. How are you similar? How are you different? 

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Imagine you’re staying in a hotel by the sea, and you’re sitting on your balcony looking out over the beach.

What can you see? Describe the scene. Use ideas from the picture.

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When I left school, I got a .........

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......... in a bank in London. The

work wasn’t very interesting, but I was quite good .........

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and I earned a very good .........

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about ten years. Then, about six months .........

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........., I went to

Barbados for my summer holiday.  I .........

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......... at a lovely little

hotel called the White Rocks Hotel, and I had a great time. The

owner of the hotel .........



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......... looking for a new receptionist, and I

thought ‘Why not? It’s much nicer here .........

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......... in London!’ So I

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......... for the job, had an interview, and got it! So now I’m

working .........

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......... a receptionist in a lovely little hotel in

Barbados.  I’ve got my own room in the hotel, so I don’t

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......... to travel to work, and after work it .........



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......... me

about three minutes to get to the beach. 

MADAGASCAR

(Pop: 16,000,000)

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PreInt test booklet  18/7/01  1:00 pm  Page 21



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Section 



A

(10 marks)

In Section A, the two students answer your questions.

• Greet Students A and B.

• Ask each student about one of these topics. Ask them to spell one of their answers.

– things in the room, e.g. blackboard, computer, magazine, clock, desk, dictionary

– food and drink, e.g. What’s in your fridge at home? What about the kitchen cupboard?

– transport, e.g. bus, ferry, plane, taxi; airport, station

• Ask each student two or three questions about themselves and their family, e.g. What’s your address? What’s

your phone number? What nationality are you? When’s your birthday? Do you have any brothers or sisters? 

• Ask each student to say something about ONE of the topics below. (About three sentences are sufficient.)

Section 

B

(10 marks)

In Section B, the two students talk to each other.

• Give Student A a copy of card 1A, and give Student B a copy of card 1B. Explain that they’re at a tourist

information office, and ask them to have a short conversation. B asks the questions, and A answers them.

• Give Student A a copy of card 2A, and give Student B a copy of card 2B. Explain that they’re at the ticket

office in a London station, and ask them to have a short conversation. This time A asks the questions and B

answers them.

What I watch

on TV


A good place to

eat out


Food that’s good

and bad for you

Music I like and

don’t like

Marks available for the speaking test: 10 + 10 = 20 marks

Overall total for written and speaking tests: 70 + 20 = 90 marks

Speaking test 1: Units 1–6

1A

Tourist information

You work at a tourist information office. Read the

information and answer B’s questions.

You can get to the airport by bus or taxi.

The bus costs £6. It leaves every 20 minutes. The

journey takes about an hour.

A taxi costs about £30. The journey takes about 25

minutes.

2A

Buying a train ticket

You’re at a station in London, and you want to

go to Cambridge. Find out:

– when the trains leave.

– the cost of a single ticket and a return ticket.

Then buy a single or return ticket.



2B

Buying a train ticket

You work in the ticket office at a London station.

Read the information and help A to buy a ticket.

There’s a train to Cambridge every hour. It leaves 

at 20 minutes past.

A single ticket is £35, and a return is £48.

1B

Tourist information

You are at a tourist information office. You want

to get to the airport. Find out:

– how to get there

– how much it costs

– how long it takes

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Section 



A

(10 marks)

In Section A, the two students answer your questions.

• Greet Students A and B.

• Ask each student about one of these topics. Ask them to spell one of their answers.

– irregular past and participle forms, e.g. write (

wrote, written), comegobreakbuysellhave, etc.



– parts of the body (point at e.g. shoulderbackfingerneckkneestomach)

– clothes, e.g. What are you wearing? What am I wearing? What do you wear on the beach?

• Ask each student two or three questions about the last time they did things,  e.g. When did you last watch

TV? eat out? go on a train? have a headache? buy something to wear? ride a bike? take an aspirin?

• Ask each student to say something about ONE of these topics. (About three sentences are sufficient.)

Section 

B

(10 marks)

In Section B, the two students talk to each other.

• Give Student A a copy of card 1A, and give Student B a copy of card 1B. Explain to them that A works in a

clothes shop and B is a customer. A helps B to buy a jacket.

• Give Student A a copy of card 2A, and give Student B a copy of card 2B. Explain that A is phoning B to make

an appointment to see the doctor. 

The place where I

live

What I did last



weekend

Clothes I like and

don’t like

What I do if I

can’t sleep

Marks available for the speaking test: 10 + 10 = 20 marks



Overall total for written and speaking tests: 70 + 20 = 90 marks

Speaking test 2: Units 7–12

1A

In a clothes shop

You work in a clothes shop. Read the information,

and answer B’s questions about a jacket. 

– It’s size 34.

– It costs £125.

– Yes, B can try it on.

– It looks good!

2A

Making an appointment

You are feeling ill and want to make an

appointment to see the doctor. You’re free all day

today, or you’re free tomorrow afternoon.

Make a phone call.

2B

Making an appointment

You’re a doctor’s secretary. A phones to make an

appointment. Read the information below, and

answer the phone.



The doctor’s busy all day today. Tomorrow, she’s

free at 10.30 a.m., or 3.20 p.m.

(Don’t forget to get A’s name and phone number.)

1B

In a clothes shop

You’re interested in a jacket. Ask A questions.



– Find out what size it is.

– Find out how much it costs.

– Ask if you can try it on.

– Ask what A thinks.

Then, if you want to, buy the jacket.

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Section 



A

(10 marks)

In Section A, the two students answer your questions.

• Greet Students A and B.

• Ask each student about one of these topics. Ask them to spell one of their answers.

– actions in sport, e.g. What do you do with the ball in football? tennis? golf? basketball?

– job names, e.g. people who work in a hospital / in an office / in your house / in the street?

– parts of a town, e.g. places for children, places for sport, places for entertainment?

• Ask each student two or three questions about jobs, e.g. (if they have a job) What is your job? What do you

have to do? Do you like it? Why?; (if they don’t have a job) What job would you like? Why?

• Ask each student to say something about ONE of these topics. (About three sentences are sufficient.)

Section 

B

(10 marks)

In Section B, the two students talk to each other.

• Give Student A a copy of card 1A, and give Student B a copy of card 1B. Explain that B has bikes for rent and

that A is a customer, and ask them to have a short conversation. A asks the questions and B answers them.

• Give Student A a copy of card 2A, and give Student B a copy of card 2B. Explain that A is a landlord or

landlady and that B is thinking of renting a room, and ask them to have a short conversation. This time B asks

the questions and A answers them.

Which is better, summer

or winter? Why?

Sports I enjoy

watching


Places to take

visitors in this town 

What I do in

my free time

Marks available for the speaking test: 10 + 10 = 20 marks

Overall total for written and speaking tests: 70 + 20 = 90 marks

Speaking test 3: Units 13–18

1A

Renting a bike

You want to rent a bike from B. Get information

about the things below, and then rent a bike. 

– the cost for an hour?

– the cost for a whole day?

– any deposit?

– pay in advance?

2A

What are the rules?

B wants to rent a room in your house, and is

asking about the rules. Decide what you think

about these things, then answer A’s questions.



– smoking

– cleaning the room

– cooking

– washing sheets

– visitors

– music

2B

What are the rules?

You want to rent a room in A’s house. Ask

questions, to find out the rules. Ask about:

– smoking

– cleaning the room

– cooking

– washing sheets

– visitors

– music

1B

Renting a bike

You have a shop where people can rent bikes.

Answer A’s questions, and rent him/her a bike. Use

this information:



Cost for one hour: £5

Half a day: £15    Whole day: £25

No deposit, but you pay in advance.

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Section 



A

(10 marks)

In Section A, the two students answer your questions.

• Greet Students A and B.

• Ask each student about one of these topics. Ask them to spell one of their answers.

– nationalities, e.g. He’s from Italy. He’s … ? She’s from Japan. She’s …?

– entertainment and the arts, e.g. Tom Cruise is an … ? Elvis was a … ? What did Shakespeare write?

– geographical terms, e.g. North, south … ? How do you describe a place with lots of mountains? no mountains



or hills? What’s the line between two countries called? What do you call a place full of trees?

• Ask the two students to describe themselves, each other or you. Get them to focus particularly on hair and

facial features.

• Ask each student to say something about ONE of these topics. (About three sentences are sufficient.)

Section 

B

(10 marks)

In Section B, the two students talk to each other.

• Give Student A a copy of card 1A, and give Student B a copy of card 1B. Give B time to read the card, and ask

them to have a short conversation. A asks the questions and B answers them.

• Give Student A a copy of card 2A, and give Student B a copy of card 2B. Ask them to have a short

conversation. This time B asks the questions and A answers them.

What I’m going to do

after this interview

My country

Something  I’ve never done

(but would like to do)

A film or play

I’ve seen recently

Marks available for the speaking test: 10 + 10 = 20 marks

Overall total for written and speaking tests: 70 + 20 = 90 marks

Speaking test 4: Units 19–24

1A

A good place for a holiday

You’re visiting B’s country, and you want to know

a good place to visit. Ask B. Find out:

– where the place is

– what it’s like

– what you can do there

– how to get there

2A

A good place for a night out

A visitor to your town wants some ideas about

how to spend the evening. Answer B’s questions.

2B

A good place for a night out

You’re visiting A’s town, and you some ideas

about how to spend the evening. Ask A about

some of these things:



– films or plays

– concerts

– restaurants

– clubs or discos

1B

A good place for a holiday

A visitor to your country wants to know a good

place to visit. Answer A’s questions.

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Section 



A

(10 marks)

In Section A, the two students answer your questions.

• Greet Students A and B.

• Ask each student about one of these topics. Ask them to spell one of their answers.

– things in rooms, e.g. What do you find in a living room? a bedroom? a kitchen? a bathroom? on a balcony?

– leisure activities, e.g. outdoor winter/summer activities? indoor activities? things people collect? games?

– members of the family, e.g. your mother’s mother? your father’s sister? and her children? 

• Ask the two students a few questions about things they wear, e.g. When did you last wear a tie / a suit / a hat?

What do you usually wear to work / at home? When did you last buy something to wear? What was it?

• Ask each student to say something about ONE of these topics. (About three sentences are sufficient.)

Section 

B

(10 marks)

In Section B, the two students talk to each other.

• Give Student A a copy of card 1A, and give Student B a copy of card 1B. Give B time to read the card, and ask

them to have a short conversation. A asks the questions and B answers them.

• Give Student A a copy of card 2A, and give Student B a copy of card 2B. Ask them to have a short

conversation. This time B asks the questions and A answers them.

The last time I had

a holiday

A job I’d like

to have

How I’ve changed in



the past 5 years

A good book I’ve

read recently

Marks available for the speaking test: 10 + 10 = 20 marks



Overall total for written and speaking tests: 70 + 20 = 90 marks

Summary test (speaking)

1A

Asking the way

You’re a stranger in town. You meet B outside the

school. Find out how to get to one of these places:

– the station

– a bank

– a supermarket

– a bookshop

a museum

– a good restaurant

2A

At a hotel

You are the receptionist in a small hotel near the

station. It’s late on Friday night, and the hotel is

very busy. All the single rooms are full, but there’s

a free double room – number 412, on the 4th

floor. It costs £68 per night.

Answer B’s questions.

2B

At a hotel

It’s late on Friday night. You have missed the last

train home, and you need a room for the night.

You see a small hotel near the station.

You’d like a single room, if possible. You have

£80 with you, but you don’t have a credit card.

Talk to the receptionist. 

1B

Asking the way

A meets you outside the school and asks you for

directions. Try to help.

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Progress test 1

Section A



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past

teaches

never

are

front

awake

Section D



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Section E



Jack

Kate

Kate

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Leo

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Section G



by

get / wake

have / drink / 

make


drive / go

leaves

arrives

get / take / catch

to

takes

10 home / back

11 costs / is

Progress test 2

Section A



C

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10 C

Section B



F

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Section C




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