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11. Complete the dialogue with these phrases. There is one phrase (a–f) you do not have to use.
Jenny: What do you want to be when you 1) …?
Mark: I want to 2) … .
Jenny: Really? What do you 3) … for that?
Mark: Well, you have to 4) … and you have to be good at 5)……
a) Maths and Physics
b) have to do
c) get good school results
d) be a pilot
e) I’d like
f) leave school
12. Match the countries with their symbols.
1) The USA
5) Northern Ireland
a) b) c)
d) e) f)
13. Match the names from column 1–5, connected with Paul McCartney’s life, with what they mean in column a–f. There is one extra variant (a–f) you do not have to use.
1) The Beatles
2) “I lost My Little Girl”
3) The Quarrymen
5) John Lennon
a) Paul McCartney’s brother
b) Paul McCartney’s first song
c) the band he played in 1957–1960
d) another member of The Beatles
e) the most famous “Beatles” song
f) the band he played in 1960–1970
14. Match the descriptions with the personality adjectives. There is one variant (a–f) you do not have to use.
1) A … person is usually happy and smiles a lot. a) honest
2) An … person tells you what he/she really thinks. b) organised
3) A … person doesn’t worry about things. c) nervous
4) An … person is tidy and keeps things in order. d) relaxed
5) A … person always says “please” and “thank you”. e) cheerful
15. Match the words from column 1–5 with the words from column a–f to make correct phrases. There is one variant (a–f) you do not have to use.
a) a risk
b) a prize
c) a joke
d) a record
f) a house
16. Put these words in order to make a correct question.
1) you 2) have 3) a tiger 4) seen 5) ever
17. Put these events from Paul McCartney’s life in chronological order.
1) McCartney meets John Lennon.
2) Paul’s mother dies.
3) Paul releases his first solo album.
4) McCartney was knighted for his services to music.
5) He writes a song “Freedom” as a response to the attack September, 11.
18. Put the questions in the right order to make an interview. There’s one variant (a–f) that you do not have to use.
- Well, they aren’t all finished. There is still some work to do – you know, the little things you want to change at the last minute.
- We’re planning to play them at the concert in London next month.
- Yeah, I love it. Well, not always, you know, there are good and bad days. Sometimes it’s so easy, but sometimes I just don’t have any ideas.
- No, not always. I often go outside and it helps me to create new things.
- well, actually, yes. One of them is called “Be ready!” and I wrote it after I heard a conversation between two guys.
a) So do you sit at the desk when you’re writing?
b) Do you like writing songs?
c) James, tell us about your new songs.
d) Did you write any of the new songs when you were away from your desk?
e) Do any other band members write songs?
f) Great! When can we hear them?
19. Put these words in order to make a correct imperative sentence.
1) put 2) on 3) warm 4) coat 5) your
20. Put the words in order to make a correct sentence.
1) has 2) never 3) he 4) it 5) done
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