Things we take an exam also 'do an exam' a photo I'm going to take four exams next month. I travelled through the Amazon rainforest and down through the interior of Brazil as far as the Iguacu Falls. More than one answer may be possible. Many words in English can function as a noun and verb, or noun and adjective, or verb and adjective, with no change in form. Again, some of these words come in pairs of opposites: one positive and one negative.
B: 8 A: Who does this car belong? B: 7 A: What did she apologise? But I suppose money isn't everything. As a result of this system, it is possible for a party to be in w with only 40% of the total vote. Are these statements true or false? There may be lots of possible answers 1 People often smile when 2 They often breathe quickly after 3 They laugh when 4 They may bite their nails ' 5 They blow their nose 6 They shake their head 7 And nod their head 8 They cry 9 They yawn when 42. One of her great qualities is that she uses her initiative. What could you say at reception? Pay special attention to any that are different in your language. Note: Training is an uncountable noun, so you cannot say 'a training'. They are all based on words from the opposite page.
Complete these two lists in suitable ways. If so, how do you like it cooked? C Political positions What does it mean to be a socialist or a conservative? There are also many families in some parts of the world where the child or children live s with just their mother or father; these are sometimes called single-parent families. In fact, these are private, and parents pay to send their children there. If you don't know, then you need someone to measure you. Are there any units where you can't think of examples? It's not always easy to make friends in a foreign country. B: Yes, but they caught him and he's been 81.
It's been boiling every day so far, so we've spent most of the time on the beach, along with everyone else - it's absolutely packed. Серия: English Vocabulary in Use : Pre-intermediate and Intermediate Third edition. From there I headed north again, through Bolivia, round Lake Titikaka and up to Cuzco. I saw an ex-girlfriend of mine at the disco last night. This means that the person with the most votes in each political area called a constituency wins the seat; and the political of the seats will the government on their own.
Take a blank piece of paper and cover the right-hand side of the page giving the examples. Without looking at the opposite page, write down six things you can: Examples: make. A book by Stephen King, a film by Steven Spielberg, a song by Elton John. You need three different prefixes. How many of the sentence beginnings on the left can you answer about your own life? They are not husband and wife, but call each other their partner.
Then, as you learn new words, record each one on a suitable page. Not all of them are on the left-hand page. Turn to the Topic units in the Contents on pages 1-3. I really my family when I stayed in Australia on my own last year. E Bureaucratic problems We often associate bureaucracy with problems. I was surprised at or by the weather; it rained nearly every day. These are very clear on the page and you can add to them.
I'm hvngry 6 I usually buy my food on Saturday morning, 7 They both want to become rich. B: 11 A: What will the decision depend? I always have a bath when I get up. B Fixed expressions Sometimes it is difficult to know why a particular preposition is used, and you must learn these as fixed expressions. He was very excited about the new job and at first he really enjoyed the travelling, but. I met them by chance. S Choose three words from the opposite page which describe you. Then I crossed the Andes and finally arrived in Lima.
She put on the brakes quickly. Make sure your money is safe, e. Do not include the letter 'e' at the end of a word. If possible, compare your answers with someone else who has done this exercise. How high is the mountain? People who believe in this system are democrats.