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G Complete the exchanges using the phrases below. There is one extra phrase.

CLASS: MARK:...

 

 

Vocabulary

A Circle the odd word out.

trendy / fashionable / modern / linen velvet / silk / wool / casual
plain / baggy / striped / floral slim / overweight / straight / thin
stockings / basket / cloak / trousers scruffy / sporty / checked / elegant

 

B Underline the correct item.

 

Mark gave Sue a great original/genuine silk scarf for her birthday. Now that spring is here, we can put our heavy winter clothes off/away.
Cynthia's shirt fits/goes really well with her trousers. Alex has lost/missed a lot of weight since he started exercising.
Little Suzie thinks that her granddad's big curly/bushy eyebrows look really funny! Dad put his foot/hand down and wouldn't let us go to the match.
Helen wanted to rent/borrow my black dress to wear to a party. This ring isn't made of real gold; it's priceless/ worthless.
Why don't you wear your red shirt tonight? It really matches/suitsyou.    
Tim has grown/increasedmuch taller, and his clothes don't fit him anymore.    

 

Grammar

C Complete the sentences using the appropriate adjective from the list below and too/enough, a in the example.

● pretty ● skinny ● classy ● shy ● troubled ● old

e.g. Mum says that I'm not old enough to dye my hair yet.

Lisa should put on a little weight; she's ................................................. Olga believes that she isn't..............................to be a fashion model.
Chris thinks that jeans aren't......................... to wear to a wedding. Don't expect Angela to come and talk to you first; she's.............................around new people
There are many teens who are ........................ about their body image.    

 

D Fill in the correct passive form of the verbs in brackets.

Can you wait a few minutes? Your dress........... ............................(shorten)right now. Tickets for The Phantom of the Opera must......... ...............................(book) weeks earlier.
John .............................. (ask) to star in a Broadway show last year. The theme of next month's fashion show............... ...................................................(not/decide) yet.
Do you think that people ................................... (affect) by all these adverts they see on TV? Some fashion designers believe that all clothes............... .....................(make) with organic fabrics in the future.

E Write two passive sentences for each of the sentences below, as in the example.



e. g. Leslie gave John a ticket to a Broadway performance.

a A ticket to a Broadway performance was given to John.

b John was given a ticket to a Broadway performance.

28 Anna offered Natalie some good advice.

a....................................................................................................................................................

b.....................................................................................................................................................

29They are sending you the email.

a....................................................................................................................................................

b....................................................................................................................................................

30Someone brings her the newspaper every morning.

a ....................................................................................................................................................

b..................................................................................................................................................

 

F Rewrite the sentences in the causative form.

e.g. Emma will ask her hairdresser to straighten her hair for tonight's party.

Emma will have her hair straightened for tonight's party.

31 Sonya asked a famous designer to make her wedding dress.

...................................................................................................................................................................................

32 The dentist whitens George's teeth twice a year.

...................................................................................................................................................................................

33The photographer has developed our holiday photos.

...................................................................................................................................................................................

34A professional make-up artist did my sister's make-up.

...................................................................................................................................................................................

35Mum is cleaning my skirt for me.

...................................................................................................................................................................................

 

Everyday English

G Complete the exchanges using the phrases below. There is one extra phrase.

A: Why don't you wear your nice cotton trousers? B:........................................................................... A B Yes. You need a smatter size. Excellent! It really suits you!
A: How do I look in this yellow shirt? B:....................................................................... C D I can't. They don't fit me anymore. I haven't worn that for ages, but, why not?
A: I suggest you wear your blue suit to the party B:............................................................................ E No. Why don't you wear something less formal instead?
A: What do you think of these jeans? B:........................................................................... F They're a bit too big.
A: Do you think this jumper is too big? B:..........................................................................    

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