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Layout and composition by Mike Brain Graphic Design Limited FIRST CERTIFICATE LANGUAGE PRACTICE It also provides practice in key lexical areas. FIRST C E R T I F I C A T E LANGUAGE PRACTICE 1 Underline the most a) If the First Certifate Language Practice with key Michael Vince. Работа по теме: Michael Vince. Language Practice with key (MacMillan). Предмет: FIRST CERTIFICATE LANGUAGE PRACTICE. FIRST.
It allows for official recognition of a superior intermediate level of English level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Lingue Zanichelli. It includes a compilation of tips , techniques and general advice from Cambridge examiners on what to do to pass the speaking test. A large number of pictures and visual prompts for Part 2 and Part 3 have been included. They will help you prepare without needing to resort to other books. Practice Tests - complete paper-based tests, the first guiding the student through the individual sections. Full colour photographs prepare the Speaking Paper.
For example, Computafuture can predict how many people 5 live in a particular area, or whether there 6 be a lot of rain during a particular period.
Professor Vincent also believes that by the year , computers 7 replace teachers, and 8 also do most of the jobs now being done by the police. Computers are becoming more intelligent all the time, says Professor Vincent.
Soon they 9 direct traffic and 10 teach our children. And telling us about the future. All sentences refer to future time. Keeping a diary Are you one of those people who will know exactly what they will be doing every day next week? When the different days will arrive, will you have get out your diary, or are you the kind of person who will just guess? Some people will write their appointments in a diary, but others just hope that they will remember.
For example, tonight Im be going to the cinema, but perhaps Ill not forget all about it. You see, I will never keep a diary. I try not to forget my appointments, but I know that I will usually do. I just dont like planning my future.
I know that one day Im going to make a serious mistake. Ill be miss an important examination, or by the time I remember it and get there, it will have been finished. Perhaps that will be when I have finally download a diary.
Are you doing anything this evening? Ill tell you the news when I see you. Call me when you have finished. The light from the Sun takes 8 mins 20 sees to reach the Earth. The River Po flows into the Adriatic Sea. The present simple is also used for situations that are generally true. A frequency adverb is often used. I usually take the bus to work.
It can also be used for a table of historical events. In Chapter 1, Susan meets David, and agrees to go to the school dance with him. In the Trench Revolution begins. Im doing the washing-up. The action may be happening right now, or around now. Im reading one of the Harry Potter books at the moment. A time expression is necessary. At the moment were sending all the mail by courier, because the Post Office is on strike.
Whenever I see Tom hes smoking. Youre making the same mistake again! In examples like this we are often exaggerating or complaining. This is particularly true when we use always. Youre always borrowing money from me! These are called statecontinuous verbs. Tim is being rather difficult at the moment. The simple form is for a permanent situation or general habit, the continuous form is for a temporary situation. Is it your habit?
Are you sleeping enough? What is happening at the moment? Could I borrow it? What we do.. I wear the wrong clothes? Thats not her brother, is it? He wear dirty jeans. And I water it every day. Use a verb from the box to replace the words in italics. They are holding a meeting. Dear Aunt Jean, I I 5 study quite hard as well, but at the moment I 6 spend a lot of time just making friends.
I 7 still stay with my friend Sue, and I 8 look for somewhere of my own to live. Only a few of the first-year students 9 live in college here, and I 10 seem to be spending a lot of time travelling backwards and forwards. I 11 go to lectures every morning, and most afternoons I 12 study in the library.
In fact I 13 write this letter instead of an essay on Hamletl I 14 think Ill download some new clothes with the money you sent. Everything 15 cost a lot here, and I 16 save to download a winter coat. It 17 get really cold here in the evenings. I now 18 know some other students and generally speaking we 19 have quite a good time socially! I 20 also learn to drive. See you soon. KatherineKey p o i n t s 1 The present simple describes facts and habitual actions. The present continuous describes actions which are still in progress at the time of speaking.
Many verbs describing mental activities understand, know are of this kind. See Grammar 3. See Grammar 2.
Ive lived in Milan all my life. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the firstsentence, using the w o r d given. You must usebetween t w o and five words, including the w o r d given.
Marys having a party at her house. I When you phoned me lunch. Well get to the theatre after the beginning of the play. My wallet is missing. I wallet. Put each w o r d in brackets into a suitable verb f o r m. Moving house I come from a very large family, and recently my parents 1 decided decide that they 2 spend long enough living in an overcrowded house in Birmingham.
We 3 move to the country, my father 4 announce one evening. I 5 sell this house, and we 6 live on a farm. So last week we 7 load all our possessions into two hired vans, and for the last few days we 8 try to organize ourselves in our new home. Yesterday, for example, my three brothers and I 9 start painting the downstairs rooms. Unfortunately while I 10 mix the paint, one of my sisters 11 open the door. Nobody 12 tell her that we 13 be in the room, you see. So instead of painting the walls, we 14 spend all morning cleaning the paint off the floor.
But worse things 15 happen since then. This morning when I 16 wake up , water 17 drip through the ceiling next to my bed. We 18 spend today so far repairing the roof. Its not all bad news, though.
The school in the village nearby 19 close down two years ago, and my parents 20 not find another school for us yet. I This is the first time Scotland d During dinner, the phone rang. I While phone rang26 Theres rain on the way!
Its rain. At the dentists I was on time for my dentists appointment, but the dentist was still busy with another patient, so I 1 sat. While I 3 wonder whether to leave and come back another day, I 4 notice a magazine article about teeth. It 5 begin: How long is it since you last 6 go to the dentist? Or 8 you put off your visit for the last six years? Next to the article was a cartoon of a man in a dentists chair. The dentist 9 say: Im afraid this 10 hurt. I 11 suddenly realise that my tooth 12 stop aching.
But just as I 13 open the door to leave, the dentists door 14 open. Next please, he 15 call , as the previous patient 16 push past me. Actually Im not here to see you, I 17 wait for my friend, I 18 shout , leaving as rapidly as I could. Surely I cant be the only person who 20 hate the dentist! Meeting again Dear Harry, Do you remember me? We have met last year when you were on holiday in Brighton. Im sorry I havent been written to you since by then. I have been working abroad and I have only just come back home to England.
Next week I am planning is to be in Bristol, and I was thinking about that we could meet. Do you remember Shirley, the girl we have met in Brighton? We are getting married next month, and we are want you to come to the wedding. I have lost your phone number, but when I have get to Bristol Ill try to contact you. It will be great to see you again. Are you still studying, or I have you found a job?
You wont recognise me when you will see me! I had my hair cut last week, and now I look at completely different.
Shirley doesnt like men with long hair, you see! Best wishes, Graham Norris28 All last month I 3 exams, and I 4 anything else but study for ages. Anyway, I 5 studying now, and I 6 for my exam results. As you can see from this letter, I 7 my address and 8 in Croydon now.
I 9 that I wanted a change from central London because it 10 so expensive. A friend of mine 11 me about this flat, and I 12 here about two months ago. When you 13 to London this summer, please visit me. I 14 here until the middle of August. Then I 15 on holiday to Scotland. I agree. Peter said he agreed.
Im leaving. Jane said she was leaving. But the past perfect remains the same. No, I hadnt forgotten. Greg said that he hadnt forgotten. For Modals can, may, must, should see Grammar I was walking home when I saw the accident. James said he had been walking home when he saw the accident. Ill see you here tomorrow, Jack, said Mary.
Mary told Jack she would see him there the next day. I gave you this yesterday.
John said he had given it to her the day before. Other words of this kind appear in the Practice section. Brenda says shes arriving at about 6. Harry told me that he still likes you. If a message is being repeated immediately, there is no change. Mary said shes too busy to come.
The verb does not have a question form, but has the form of a normal statement. There is no question mark. Do you like hamburgers?
Charles asked me if I liked hamburgers.
Wh- questions are reported with the question word. The verb has the form of a normal statement. Where are we going? I asked Sue where we were going. Note the word order. Where is the station? Could you tell me where the station is?
When we report this kind of question we use ask and the usual tense change rules. I asked him where the station was. He told me to go away. Please help me. He asked her to help him. We say something and we tell somebody. I said I could meet you this evening, but Im really busy. I told you I could meet you this evening, but Im really busy. We can use to after say, but we never use to between tell and the object.
The meaning and grammar of each verb can be found in a good dictionary and should be learned. For example: She suggested going to the beach. Excuse me, do you think you could tell me the time? He asked me what the time was.
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