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Global Unit Tests Answer Key



Global Unit Tests Answer Key

Unit 1

Individuals & Society

 

Part A

Grammar and vocabulary (60 marks)

 

A (10 marks)

1 How do you spell your last name? (2)

2 Are there many kinds of identity theft? (2)

3 What do ID cards look like? / How do identity cards look? (2)

4 After she left university, did your sister keep in touch with her old friends? (2)

5 Does Sven-Johan often put new photos on his webpage? (2)

 

B (8 marks)

6 Do you often work late? (2)

7 I usually finish at four in the morning, (2)

8 and I work till six once a week. / and once a week I work till six. (2)

9 I’m always exhausted. (2)

 

C (10 marks)

10 he’s cutting (2)

11 he’s usually (2)

12 I’m reading (2)

13 They’re wearing (2)

14 I don’t believe (2)

 

D (10 marks)

15 a (2)

16 c (2)

17 b (2)

18 b (2)

19 c (2)

E (6 marks)

20 b (2)

21 a (2)

22 b (2)

 


F (8 marks)

23 e (1)

24 d (1)

25 a (1)

26 b (1)

27 g (1)

28 h (1)

29 c (1)

30 f (1)

 

G (8 marks)

31 Describing people: overweight, medium-height, middle-aged, shoulder-length (4)

32 Everyday objects: chewing gum, credit card, mobile phone, lipstick (4)

 

Part B

Reading, listening and pronunciation (40 marks)

H Reading (20 marks)

33 D (2)

34 T (2)

35 F (2)

36 F (2)

37 D (2)

38 F (2)

39 T (2)

40 T (2)

41 D (2)

42 F (2)

 

I Listening (10 marks)

43 b five (2)

44 c 80,000 (2)

45 b keeps information about what we bought. (2)

46 a find out what information is stored about the presenter. (2)

47 b setting up an experiment. (2)

 

J Pronunciation (10 marks)

48 things we do every day 5 (2)

49 taking money out of a cash machine 7 (2)

50 what happens when we buy something 6 (2)

51 keeps records about our surfing habits 6 (2)

52 find out as much information as he can 8 (2)

 

 


Unit 2

Eating & Drinking

 

Part A

Grammar and vocabulary (60 marks)

 

A (20 marks)

1 c (2)

2 c (2)

3 a (2)

4 b (2)

5 a (2)

6 b (2)

7 a (2)

8 c (2)

9 b (2)

10 a (2)

 

B (8 marks)

 

11 b (2)

12 b (2)

13 c (2)

14 a (2)

 

C (8 marks)

15 bitter

16 lunch

17 breakfast

18 serve

 

D (8 marks)

19 bottles / water (2)

20 carton / juice (2)

21 glass / milk (2)

22 can / cola (2)

 

E (8 marks)

23 oven (2)

24 toaster (2)

25 sink (2)

26 spoon (2)

 

F (8 marks)

27 back (2)

28 nails (2)

29 brain (2)

30 muscle (2)

 

Part B

Reading, listening and pronunciation (40 marks)

 

G Reading (20 marks)

 

31 T (2)

32 T (2)

33 F (2)

34 D (2)

35 F (2)

36 F (2)

37 D (2)

38 T (2)

39 T (2)

40 F (2)

 

H Listening (12 marks)

41 True (2)

42 False (2)

43 True (2)

44 True (2)

45 False (2)

46 False (2)

 

I Pronunciation (8 marks)

 

47 kettle: coffee, cook, quite, milk (2)

48 chocolate: temperature, much, cheese, match (2)

49 ketchup: chicken, question, cappuccino, kitchen (2)

50 neither sound: saucepan, champagne, knife, muscle (2)

 


Unit 3

Art & Music

 

Part A

Grammar and vocabulary (60 marks)

 

A (10 marks)

 

1 was searching (2)

2 discovered (2)

3 dug (2)

4 was listening (2)

5 directed (2)

B (10 marks)

6 didn’t have (2)

7 used to keep (2)

8 didn’t have (2)

9 bought (2)

10 used to watch (2)

C (8 marks)

11 was working (2)

12 bought (2)

13 didn’t go (2)

14 was painting (2)

 

D (8 marks)

15 miserable (2)

16 frightened (2)

17 tense (2)

18 excited (2)

 

E (8 marks)

19 rewind (2)

20 MP3 players (2)

21 player (2)

22 cassette (2)

 

F (8 marks)

 

23 self-portrait (2)

24 manuscript (2)

25 photographs (2)

26 cave art (2)

 

G (8 marks)

 

27 a (2)

28 b (2)

29 e (2)

30 d (2)

Part B

Reading, listening and pronunciation (40 marks)

 

H Reading (20 marks)

 

Name two films which:

31 Thirteen Days, Persepolis (2)

32 Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Persepolis (2)

33 The Joy Luck Club, Murder in Three Acts, Persepolis (2)

34 The Joy Luck Club, Murder in Three Acts (2)

35 Thirteen Days, Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2)

36 Murder in Three Acts, Persepolis (2)

37 Thirteen Days, Murder in Three Acts (2)

38 The Joy Luck Club, Persepolis (2)

39 Thirteen Days, Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2)

40 Thirteen Days, Persepolis (2)

 

I Listening (14 marks)

 

41 T (2)

42 F (2)

43 D (2)

44 T (2)

45 F (2)

46 T (2)

47 D (2)

 

J Pronunciation (6 marks)

/d/ discovered, arrived, examined, identified. (2)

/t/ helped, shopped, asked, liked (2)

/Id/ visited, decided, included, needed (2)

 


Unit 4

Hopes & Fears

 

Part A

Grammar and vocabulary (60 marks)

 

A (16 marks)

1 ’m getting together / ’m going to get together (2)

2 ’ll make (2)

3 ’ll do (2)

4 study (2)

5 will get (2)

6 ’s going to have/’s having (2)

7 ’re going to call (2)

8 won’t like (2)

 

B (12 marks)

9 seeing /(2)

10 come (2)

11 go (2)

12 be (2)

13 leave (2)

14 get (2)

 

C (8 marks)

15 Geographical features (4)

lake

desert

ocean

forest

 

16 Global issues (4)

pollution

homelessness

disease

poverty

 

D (8 marks)

17 fascinating (2)

18 horrified (2)

19 interesting (2)

20 terrifying (2)

 

E (8 marks)

21 back (2)

22 around (2)

23 away (2)

24 up (2)

 

F (8 marks)

25 excellent (2)

26 smart (2)

27 wealthy (2)

28 wonderful (2)

 

Part B

Reading, listening and pronunciation (40 marks)

 

G Reading (20 marks)

29 F (2)

30 T (2)

31 T (2)

32 D (2)

33 F (2)

34 F (2)

35 T (2)

36 F (2)

37 D (2)

38 T (2)

 

H Listening (12 marks)

39 c (2)

40 c (2)

41 a (2)

42 b (2)

43 b (2)

44 b (2)

 

I Pronunciation (8 marks)

 

45 (2) 46 (2) 47 (2) 48 (2)
Oo oO Ooo oOo
future contained homelessness pollution
desert around differently infertile
vision control serious resistance
transport despair terrified prediction

 


Unit 5

Work & Leisure

 

Part A

Grammar and vocabulary (60 marks)

A (8 marks)

 

1 had to (2)

2 both (2)

3 have (2)

4 didn’t have (2)

 

B (10 marks)

5 must (2)

6 can’t (2)

7 don’t have to (2)

8 can (2)

9 mustn’t (2)

 

C (16 marks)

10 swimming (2)

11 cycling (2)

12 ’ve cycled (2)

13 ’ve never taken (2)

14 running (2)

15 Playing (2)

16 playing (2)

17 ’ve been (2)

 

D (8 marks)

18 training (2)

19 interview (2)

20 lunch break (2)

21 salary (2)

E (10 marks)

23 d (2)

24 a (2)

25 e (2)

26 f (2)

27 b (2)

 


F (8 marks)

28 just

29 say / add

30 why

31 add / say

 

Part B

G Reading (20 marks)

32 c (2)

33 b (2)

34 a (2)

35 b (2)

36 a (2)

37 c (2)

38 c (2)

39 a (2)

40 b (2)

41 a (2)

 

H Listening (10 marks)

42 C (2)

43 G (2)

44 E (2)

45 A (2)

46 B (2)

 

I Pronunciation (10 marks)

47 I haven’t got a job as a call centre manager. (2)

48 You don’t have to take it. (2)

49 We’ve never been to Moscow. (2)

50 She can’t telephone you. (2)

51 They were watching in the park. (2)

 


Unit 6

Science & Technology

 

Part A

Grammar and vocabulary (60 marks)

 

A (12 marks)

1 the happiest (2)

2 a lower (2)

3 the saddest (2)

4 the most content (2)

5 more cheerful (2)

6 happier than (2)

 

B (8 marks)

7 as (2)

8 a bit more (2)

9 less (2)

10 much (2)

 

C (8 marks)

11 She shut down her computer. / She shut her computer down. (2)

12 I forgot to back up my files. / I forgot to back my files up. (2)

13 Write it down before you forget. / Before you forget write it down. (2)

14 Look them up in the book. (2)

D (8 marks)

15 memory stick (2)

16 text message (2)

17 headphones (2)

18 laptop (2)

 

E (8 marks)

19 relationships. (2)

20 Friendship (2)

21 kindness (2)

22 silence (2)

 

F (8 marks)

23 turn (2)

24 plug (2)

25 type (2)

26 print (2)

 

G (8 marks)

27 So have I. (2)

28 Neither can I. (2)

29 I have. (2)

30 Me too. (2)

 

Part B

Reading, listening and pronunciation (40 marks)

 

H Reading (20 marks)

 

31 c (2)

32 b (2)

33 b (2)

34 c (2)

35 b (2)

36 c (2)

37 a (2)

38 b (2)

39 a (2)

40 a (2)

I Listening (10 marks)

41 Which speakers generally feel positively about technology? A, B & D (2)

42 Which speakers use the internet for work? A, B & C (2)

43 Which speakers mention people other than themselves? A, B & D (2)

44 Which speakers are concerned with visual images? B & D (2)

45 Which speaker uses the internet most, and which least? B & D (2)

 

J Pronunciation (10 marks)

 

46 set up your own company (2)

47 …make the stuff and sell it online (2)

48 I’m out of the office fora day (2)

49 It’s wonderful what they can do (2)

50 It’s got about a hundred photos (2)

 


Unit 7

Time & Money

 

Part A

A (10 marks)

1 since (1)

2 at (1)

3 for (1)

4 yet (1)

5 at (1)

6 on (1)

7 in (1)

8 in (1)

9 already (1)

10 for (1)

 

B (8 marks)

11 since (2)

12 for (2)

13 since (2)

14 for (2)

 

C (8 marks)

15 Have you been to the bank yet?

16 Susan has already done the shopping today.

17 Have you found your wallet yet?

18 He’s already wasted a lot of time on this project.

 

D (8 marks)

19 Time flies when you’re having fun. (2)

20 Time waits for no man. (2)

21 So many things, so little time. (2)

22 Life is short and time is swift. (2)

 

E (8 marks)

23 lend (2)

24 borrow (2)

25 charge (2)

26 spend (2)

 


F (10 marks)

(in any order)

27 cash a cheque (2)

28 take out a loan (2)

29 earn a salary (2)

30 pay a bill (2)

31 have change for a euro (2)

 

G (8 marks)

32 b (2)

33 a (2)

34 a (2)

35 b (2)

 

Part B

H Reading (20 marks)

36 Lottery origins (2)

37 Earliest lotteries (2)

38 A lottery revolution (2)

39 Instant money (2)

 

40 b (2)

41 a (2)

42 c (2)

43 a (2)

44 b (2)

45 c (2)

 

I Listening (14 marks)

46 c (2)

47 b (2)

48 a (2)

49 c (2)

50 b (2)

51 b (2)

52 c (2)

 

J Pronunciation (6 marks)

53 outside, mobile, why, child (2)

54 email, player, waste, break (2)

55 London, come, government, month (2)

 


Unit 8

Home & Away

Part A

A (10 marks)

 

1 was designed (2)

2 were held (2)

3 was opened (2)

4 is located (2)

5 was destroyed (2)

 

B (16 marks)

 

7 g (2)

8 h (2)

9 f (2)

10 c (2)

11 i (2)

12 b (2)

13 j (2)

14 e (2)

 

C (10 marks)

15 I’ll pay (2)

16 will (2)

17 could (2)

18 would (2)

19 don’t leave (2)

 

D (8 marks)

20 hamster (2)

21 rabbit (2)

22 spiders (2)

23 budgie (2)

 

E (8 marks)

24 about, in (2)

25 of, off (2)

26 in, up (2)

27 of, through (2)

 


F (8 marks)

28 put you through (2)

29 This is Olga / Speaking (2)

30 I take a message (2)

31 calling about (2)

 

Part B

G Reading (20 marks)

 

32 1 & 2 (2)

33 2 & 3 (2)

34 5 (2)

35 2, 4 & 5 (2)

36 3, 4 & 5 (2)

37 2 (2)

38 3 & 5 (2)

39 5 (2)

 

40 b (2)

41 c (2)

H Listening (14 marks)

 

42 F (2)

43 F (2)

44 F (2)

45 T (2)

46 D (2)

47 T (2)

48 D (2)

 

I Pronunciation (6 marks)

 

home √ honest happy √

heart √ hour hat √

heir health √ hard-drive √

 


Unit 9

Health & Fitness

Part A

A (10 marks)

 

The swine flu virus is new, so no one must have immunity to it

and everyone should be at risk of catching it. If you think you (1) could (2)

have swine flu, you shouldn’t check your symptoms on line. (2) should (2)

Then you will be told the nearest place to collect your anti-viral

drugs. You shouldn’t stay at home, and you can ask a friend or (3) should (2)

relative to pick up your medicine. Your flu friend must to show (4) must (2)

their ID and yours. If you suddenly get much worse, you could (5) should/must (2)

contact your doctor.

 

B (14 marks)

6 had sailed (solo) (2)

7 had sailed (solo) across (2)

8 had become (2)

9 had videoed (2)

10 had (only) slept (2)

11 had sailed (solo) round the world (2)

12 had retired (2)

C (12 marks)

13 He said (that) he had a terrible headache. (2)

14 She said (that) she thought she had a cold because she was always sneezing. (2)

15 He said (that) he was looking for some tablets. (2)

16 I said (that) I thought I’d broken my leg. (2)

17 He said (that) she had had to leave early. (2)

18 She said (that) she felt sick and that her back hurt. (2)

 

D (8 marks)

 

19 go (2)

20 do (2)

21 play (2)

22 go (2)

 


E (8 marks)

23 told (2)

24 said (2)

25 asked (2)

26 telling (2)

 

F (8 marks)

27 go for (2)

28 have (2)

29 visit (2)

30 taking (2)

 

Part B

G Reading (20 marks)

31 2, 3, 4 (2)

32 3, 5 (2)

33 2 (2)

34 4 (2)

35 5 (2)

36 3 (2)

37 2, 4 (2)

38 3, 5. (2)

39 the highest / a mountain in Scotland (2)

40 mountain (2)

 

H Listening (12 marks)

41 c (2)

42 a (2)

43 b (2)

44 b (2)

45 a (2)

46 c (2)

 


Unit 10

New & Old

 

Part A

A (8 marks)

1 A SIM card is a piece of plastic inside a mobile phone which / that contains information about the phone’s owner. (2)

2 Scrabble is a board game which / that is played by two or four players. It is probably one of the most famous board games. (2)

3 Bling is an informal word which / that means cheap jewellery. (2)

4 A luddite is someone who believes that technology is bad. (2)

 

B (14 marks)

5 were (2)

6 was limited (2)

7 had joined (2)

8 have always had (2)

9 has been banned (2)

10 is now facing (2)

11 was / had been (2)

 

C (8 marks)

12 I’ve travelled, I’ve never been (2)

13 play (2)

14 was driving, got (2)

15 watched (2)

 

D (6 marks)

16 produces jam (2)

17 has caused/produced/generated a lot of problems (2)

18 is created/developed by people contributing their own knowledge (2)

 

E (16 marks)

19 capital (2)

20 village (2)

21 plane (2)

22 get off (2)

23 planets (2)

24 the underground (2)

25 wheels (2)

26 state (2)

 


F (8 marks)

27 most recent (2)

28 cutting-edge (2)

29 brand new (2)

30 fresh (2)

 

Part B

G Reading (20 marks)

31 F (2)

32 D (2)

33 T (2)

34 T (2)

35 F (2)

36 T (2)

37 D (2)

38 T (2)

39 F (2)

40 T (2)

 

H Listening (12 marks)

41 b (2)

42 c (2)

43 c (2)

44 a (2)

45 b (2)

46 c (2)

 

I Pronunciation (8 marks)

47 I played in the street when I was a child. (2)

48 Please don’t stop the car. (2)

49 The train stops at Reading and London only. (2)

50 The plastic bag was very strong. (2)

 

Global Unit Tests Answer Key

Unit 1

Individuals & Society

 

Part A







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