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Elementary

Unit
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Robert Campbell
Gill Holley

Rob Metcalf

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Vocabulary / 30
1 Match the words with the descriptions.

1 a bag
2 a pillow
3 a torch
4 a window
5 a text message
6 a pen
7 ham
8 a diary
9 a computer

10 a toothbrush

a You eat it in a sandwich.
b You write in it every day. _
c You need it to see in the dark. _
d You can send it on your mobile. _
e You use it to clean your teeth. _
f You put your head on it to sleep. _
g You write with it. _
h You surf the internet with it. _
i You carry your things in it. _
j You look out of it. _

2 Complete with the words in the box.
• actor • bedroom • brother

• classical • cold • free • lot of
• old • piano • snowboarding

My 1 is called Teddy and he’s 22
years 2 . He’s an 3
and he works in a theatre. In his 4

time, he likes 5
in the Pyrenees; he loves 6
weather. At home, he likes playing the
7 ; he’s very good at it and he
loves 8 music. He’s got a
9 CDs in his 10 ,
next to his bed!

Grammar / 30
1 Complete with the present simple or continuous

of the verbs in brackets.

Jenny likes going to discos with her friends at
the weekend. Every Saturday night she
1 (go) dancing at the Boho Bar.
Tonight, Jenny and her friends 2
(meet) at nine o’clock at Mandy’s house.
Mandy 3 (live) near the town
centre. Her Dad 4 (drive) them
to the Boho Bar tonight because he
5 (think) that it’s too dangerous
for them to go on the bus.

2 Circle the correct option.
1 I don’t see the house number. Can you

see its / it?
2 I don’t like Maria. She / He is really mean.
3 This is me / my new bike. Do you like it?
4 I don’t know much about Picasso. What do

you know about his / him?
5 Give that back to my sister and me!

It’s our / we money!

3 Choose the correct sentence, a or b.
1 a I usually go to Tenerife on holiday.
b I go to usually Tenerife on holiday.
2 a This summer, I goed to Germany.
b This summer, I went to Germany.
3 a Look! These are my photos.
b Look! That are my photos.
4 a It wasn’t very sunny or hot.
b It wasn’t very sunny but hot.
5 a I like meet new people.
b I like meeting new people.

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Unit test
Consolidation

UNIT 6 • Heading Forward Elementary 3

UNIT 6

4 Where do Stan’s children watch their
favourite TV programmes?
In their .

5 Whose favourite TV programme is Big
Brother? It’s .

2 Read again. Correct the information.
1 The children watch cartoons while eating

their dinner.

2 The parents don’t like watching music
programmes and dancing.

3 Their son likes sport programmes best.

4 Their daughter likes drama series.

5 The family watch a reality show together.

Writing / 10
1 Join the sentences. Use because or so.

1 I like relaxing and laughing. I always choose
comedy programmes on TV.

2 I want to learn Spanish. I’m doing a Spanish
course.

3 I want a TV in my bedroom. My friend has
a TV in his bedroom.

4 I bought a TV for my room. I want to watch
my favourite programmes from my bed!

5 I dropped my phone. I can’t send text
messages.

2 Write about you and your TV habits.
Paragraph 1: Write about how much TV you watch
every day, number of TVs there are in your house, if
you have a TV in your bedroom.
Paragraph 2: Write about your favourite TV
programmes, when they are on and what they are
about; then write about the programmes you hate

and why.
Paragraph 3: Write about the programmes you
watch with your family, when they are on and what
they are about.

Listening / 10
1 7 Listen. True or false? Correct the false

sentences with the words in the box.

• blue • shirts • sixty
• video • washing machine

1 In the first conversation they are using
a diswasher machine.

2 The woman wants to wash white skirts.

3 She needs a temperature of 16 degrees.

4 Jake wants to record sound in his phone.

5 The button to start recording is red.

2 7 Listen again. Complete with the verbs in
the box. There are two extra verbs.

• choose • navigate • press
• push • select • starts • stop

Dialogue 1
First you press the button at the top (…). Then
you 1 the temperature you need (…).

Dialogue 2
2 the key in the middle to 3
the menu. Then select recorder. Then press the
red button and it 4 recording. When
you’re done, just press 5 .

Speaking / 10

Total / 100

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Unit test
Extension

UNIT 6 • Heading Forward Elementary 1

UNIT 6

Vocabulary / 30
1 Read the TV listings and answer the questions

with the type of programme.

9.00 Friends
Joey and Rachel nearly kiss.

10.45 The Ten o’clock New
s

10.30 Local Weather

10.45 Football Today
Five of today’s games.

12.45 The X Factor

2.00 The Big Blue
The Pacific Ocean

3.30 I’m a Celebrity! Get Me Out Of Here!


Justin Timberlake isn’t enjoying

the island!

4.00 The Ricki Lake Show
Mel Gibson and Madonna are

tonight’s guests.

4.30 Tom and Jerry
Classic animation.

1 What’s on at nine o’clock?

2 What’s on at quarter to eleven?

3 What’s on at half past three?

4 What’s on at four o’clock?

5 What’s on at half past four?

2 Complete the words.
1 This person tells you if it will rain, snow or be

sunny: w f
2 This person’s job is to make people laugh:

c
3 This person tells you the most important events

from around the world: n r
4 This person uses cosmetics on your face to

make you look better on TV:
m - a

5 This person is responsible for telling actors
what to do: d

3 Circle the correct option.
1 Don’t forget to turn down / plug in the fridge

freezer / cooker, or the food will be burnt!
2 Don’t turn down / turn off the remote control /

fridge freezer or the ice-cream will melt!
3 Save water! Plug in / Fill up the microwave /

dishwasher with plates before you use it!
4 I couldn’t use my electric razor / washing

machine to shave because I forgot to
plug it in / turn it up.

5 Where’s the microwave / remote control?
I want to plug in / turn up the volume
on the TV because I can’t hear it.

Grammar / 30
1 Complete with a or some.

1 I need money to go to the cinema.
2 I’m watching sitcom at the moment.
3 I can’t play football right now – I’ve got

homework to do.
4 There’s programme on TV at 8 p.m.

about Ancient Egypt.
5 I’m looking for information about Paris.
6 people prefer documentaries to soap

operas, but not many!

2 Complete with the words in the box. There’s an
extra word.

• any • lot of (x2) • many • much • none • some

London is a great place to visit! There are
1 interesting places to see:
Buckingham Palace, the British Museum and
Oxford Street. It’s easy to find your way around
and there are a 2 good guidebooks
with maps – they’re everywhere! There aren’t
3 maps on the streets though. There
are 4 Spanish restaurants, but not
many, and there are a 5 great parks to
play sports in! The only problem is, there isn’t
6 time to see everything in a week!

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Diagnostic
Test 1
Mark Hi, Jane! How are you?
Jane Oh, hi Mark! I’m OK, a bit tired.
Mark Tired? Why?
Jane I opened my new café last

Saturday.
Mark Wow! Your new café? How

exciting!
Jane Yes, it is! It’s called The

Greenhouse.
Mark Where is it?
Jane It’s on the corner next to the

bank.
Mark I’m going to tell my friends!
Jane Please do! We make pasta and

pizza, and big fruit salads.
Mark So you’ve got vegetarian food

then? My brother doesn’t eat
meat…

Jane Yes, we have a lot of vegetarian
food! We make our special
pasta sauce with spinach,
tomatoes and cheese.

Mark Sounds great! Can I book a
table?

Jane Of course! When do you want
to come?

Mark Umm … how about Friday, the
24th May at eight o’clock?

Jane Great! For how many people?
Mark Uh … Six, I think.
Jane Brilliant! See you then.
Mark OK, bye.

Unit Test 1 2
Greg Hi. My name’s Greg.
Birta Hi. I’m Birta. Nice to meet you.
Greg Nice to meet you too, Birta.
Birta Are you a student in this

school, too?
Greg Yes, I want to improve my

English.
Birta I do too.
Greg Where are you from?
Birta I’m Danish.
Greg Really? Which city were you

born in?
Birta Copenhagen. How about you?
Greg I’m Hungarian, from Budapest.
Birta Wow! Cool!
Greg What do you do?
Birta I’m an artist. I love painting.
Greg Really? I don’t like painting. I’m

not very good at it.
Birta What do you like doing?
Greg I like cooking. I’m a chef in

a restaurant. Do you like
cooking?

Birta Not much, but I like eating in
restaurants!

Greg I do too.

Unit Test 2 3
Ziggy Kitty, where are you?
Kitty In the baker’s.
Ziggy Can you get me a cheese and

ham sandwich?
Kitty OK. Could I have a ham and

cheese sandwich, please?
Kitty Hello?
Ziggy Kitty? Can you get me some

flowers? Some yellow roses …
NO! Ten red roses.

Kitty Ten red roses. Fine.
Kitty Hello, could I have ten red

roses, please?
Florist Yes, of course.
Ziggy Kitty! I need some medicine.

Some cough syrup?
Kitty OK. I’ll go to the chemist’s.
Kitty Hello, could I have some cough

syrup please?
Shop assistant There you are. That’s

five pounds twenty five,
please.

Kitty Thank you.
Kitty Hi, Ziggi …
Ziggy Kitty! I’m bored. Can you get

me some sweets? Strawberry
flavour.

Kitty Right.
Ziggy And can you get me some

stamps? Six stamps for
Australia.

Kitty OK …

Unit Test 3 4
Dialogue 1
A Can I help you?
B Yes please. Can I have a return to

Edinburgh, please?
A Are you travelling before 9.00 a.m.?
B No, I’m not.
A OK. When do you want to leave?
B Tomorrow at about 10.00 a.m.
A OK. And when are you returning?
B Um … On Saturday afternoon.
A That’s £54, please.

Dialogue 2
A Can I help you?
C Yes, please. Can I have a ticket to

Bristol?
A Would you like a single or return?
C A single, please.

A Are you travelling today?
C Yes.
A Are you travelling today before 9.00

a.m.?
C I don’t know. Why?
A It’s more expensive before nine.
C OK. I can travel after nine.
A There is a train at 9.22.
C Great.
A That’s £14.50, please.

Unit Test 4 5
A Hey, Linda. What’s wrong?
B I don’t feel well. I’m really tired.
A So why don’t you go to bed?
B I need to finish my homework.
A How about getting up early in the

morning? Do your homework then.
B I have orchestra practice in the

morning.
A OK. Then why don’t you have a cup

of coffee?
B Ugh! My stomach hurts when I

drink it.
A I know. Me, too. How about going

for a quick walk then? Exercise gives
you more energy!

B No, it’s dark outside…
A Why don’t you have a cold shower?
B Oh no! I hate cold water.
A OK, Linda. Why don’t I help you do

your homework?
B Really? Is that OK? That’s kind! So,

here’s what I couldn’t understand.

Unit Test 5 6
A Hey, you know I bought a lottery

ticket last week?
B Yes …
A Well, I won!!
B You’re joking!
A No, I’m not.
C How much did you win?
A I won a lot of money. €120,000!
B No way!
C That’s amazing, Doug! My brother –

a lottery winner!
B You lucky thing!
A I know! I never win anything, do I?
B Are you sure you won?
A Yes, positive. I remember my

numbers. Look, they are the same
as the ones in the newspaper: 2,7,
27, 72, 13.

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B Wow! Let’s see your ticket, Doug. To
make sure.

A Um, guess what? I don’t know
where it is…

B You’re joking!
A No, I’m not.
C I don’t believe it!
A I think maybe I threw it in the bin.
B That’s impossible. You must have it!
C Yes, check your pockets!
A Of course I’ve got it, Michelle! Do

you really think your boyfriend is
that stupid? Here it is.

C DOUG!!!!!

Unit Test 6 7
Dialogue 1
A Excuse me, can you show me how

this washing machine works?
B Of course. First you press the

button at the top. Here, OK?
A Yes.
B Then you select the temperature

you need.
A Right.
B What are you washing?
A White shirts.
B OK. Then select 60 degrees.
A OK.
B Next put the liquid in here, shut the

door and press the ‘on’ button.
A Great, thanks.
B No problem.

Dialogue 2
C How do you record sound on your

phone?
D It’s easy, Jake. Press the key in the

middle to navigate the menu.
C OK …
D Then select recorder.
C Yes …
D Then press the red button and it

starts recording. When you’re done,
just press ‘stop’.

C Great. That’s easy. Thanks!

Unit Test 7 8
Dialogue 1
A What size is your laptop, Jack?
B It’s about 30 centimetres long by 20

centimetres wide.
A What type or make is it?
B A Mac Book Pro.
A And where do you think you lost it?
B I don’t know. I think it was in the

park.

Dialogue 2
A Wow! It looks big. I can’t wait to live

here! How big is it?
B It’s about twenty-five square

metres. You can use it as a lounge
or a bedroom.

A Nice windows! How tall are they?
B They are two metres and twenty

five centimetres tall, and one
hundred and fifty centimetres wide.
So you’ll need big curtains!

A Yes.

Dialogue 3
A How heavy are yours?
B Both of mine are eight kilos. What

about yours?
A This suitcase only weighs two kilos.

I’m going to buy some presents on
holiday and bring them back in it.
The other one is six kilos.

Unit Test 8 9
A I can’t believe Mum’s going to run a

marathon this Sunday!
B I know! It’s incredible!
A Why don’t we do something special

to support her?
B Like what?
A Maybe we could get her a present

for good luck …
B OK … uh … what should we get?
A Well, let’s get her something lucky

… Like a gold horseshoe for her
necklace!

B Or a gold trainer!
A Great idea!
B Yeah … The only problem is that

gold is expensive and we haven’t
got much money.

A Well, what do you suggest?
B Why don’t we make a big banner

for the race?
A Great idea! We could write Go Mum!
B I don’t know … How will she know

it’s for her?

A Maybe you’re right … So, let’s just
use her name instead.

B OK, let’s do that! How about we also
make a cake to celebrate at home?

A It’s a plan!

Unit Test 9 10
A Hi. I want to become a member

of the Martial Arts Club.
B Have you done martial arts before?
A Yes, I’ve got a green belt in judo!

I do judo at school.
B What school do you go to?
A I go to Long Street School.
B Great! OK. Let’s complete the club

membership form.
Do you want individual
membership?

A Yes, please.
B Fine. And … What’s your full name?
A Diana Smith.
B How old are you?
A I’m fifteen. It’s my birthday today,

actually.
B Congratulations! Are you having

a party?
A Yes! On Saturday I’m having a party

at a theme park with some friends.
B Good idea. Now, how tall are you?
A Er … one metre, sixty-five.
B OK. Do you want membership for

six months or a year?
A Six months.
B And you want individual

membership?
A Yes, please.
B Do you want the membership to

start today?
A Yes, please.
B OK, the total cost is £90.
A Here you are.
B Thank you.

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