Copy Of Gateway B1 Unit 6 Test Standard Use Of English

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Copy Of Gateway B1 Unit 6 Test Standard Use Of English - Quiz


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  • 1. 

    Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first. Use no more than three words.

  • 2. 

    It’s not likely that Sue will get a new job.Sue is ……………………… get a new job.

    The correct answer is "Unlikely to, unlikely to" because the sentence states that it is not likely for Sue to get a new job. The phrase "unlikely to" is used to express the low probability of something happening, in this case, Sue getting a new job. The repetition of "unlikely to" emphasizes the unlikelihood of the event occurring.

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    If I don’t do my homework well, my teacher will be angry.My teacher ……………………… pleased if I do my homework.

    If the first part of the statement states that the teacher will be angry if the homework is not done well, then it can be inferred that the opposite is true as well. Therefore, the teacher will be pleased if the homework is done well. This is why the correct answer is "will be, will be".

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  • 4. 

    My plan is to catch the 6:30 train.I’m ……………………… catch the 6:30 train.

    The correct answer is "going to, planning to, hoping to." The phrase "going to" is used to express a future plan or intention, indicating that the person is intending to catch the 6:30 train. Similarly, "planning to" and "hoping to" also convey the person's intention or expectation of catching the train. The repetition of these phrases emphasizes the certainty and determination of the person to catch the train.

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    I predict rain for tomorrow.I think it ……………………… tomorrow.

    The given answer "Will rain, will rain" is correct because it completes the sentence by repeating the phrase "will rain" to emphasize the prediction of rain for tomorrow.

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    What time does your train arrive in London?What time does your train ……………………… to London?

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    I’ve decided I won’t go to the theatre tomorrow.I’m ……………………… go to the theatre tomorrow.

    The correct answer is "Not going to, not going to" because it is the correct completion of the sentence. The sentence structure suggests that the speaker has made a decision not to go to the theatre tomorrow, and the repetition of "not going to" emphasizes this decision.

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  • 8. 

    If I don’t win the race tomorrow, I’ll be really unhappy.I ………………… happy if I don’t win the race tomorrow.

    The correct answer is "Won't be, won't be, will not be, Will not be." This answer reflects the negative form of the verb "be" in different ways: "won't be" is the contraction of "will not be," and "won't be" and "will not be" both express future negation. The repetition of the negative form emphasizes the speaker's strong belief that they will not be happy if they don't win the race.

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    I don’t think we will arrive before Terry.We probably ……………………… before Terry.

    The correct answer is "won’t arrive, Won't arrive, will not arrive, Will not arrive". This is because the sentence is expressing a negative prediction about the future, indicating that the speaker does not believe they will arrive before Terry. All of the given options convey the same meaning, using different forms of negation ("won't" and "will not") and capitalization ("Won't" and "Will not").

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