Copy Of Gateway B1+ Unit 6 Vocabulary + Grammar

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  • 1. 

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    My big sister Lucy is getting married next spring and we're all really excited about the wedding. I spoke to Lucy the other day and she told me about what she has done so far. The guest list (11) …………………..……………… (decide) and the invitations (12) …………………..……………… (send out). The menu hasn’t been decided yet, but it (13) …………………..……………… (discuss) a lot because both Lucy and her fiancé love food! The venue for the wedding (14) …………………..……………… (book) – it's a lovely hotel in the countryside – and the bridesmaids (15) …………………..……………… (choose) I'm one of them!

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    About   •   at   •   of   •   of   •   with   Luke:  You’ve been studying for ages. What are you doing? Agnes:  I’m doing my IT homework and it’s really complicated. Are you any good (1) ……………………… computer programming? Luke:     I’m quite good. Let’s have a look. Agnes: Thanks, Luke. Luke:     All that you’ve done so far is correct, I think. I’m not aware (2) ……………………… any mistakes. Agnes: That’s a relief! Luke:  You shouldn’t worry so much. You should be pleased (3) ……………………… your progress. Agnes: Yes, I guess you’re right. I find it much easier now than at the beginning of the year. We have an exam next week and I’m not too worried (4) ……………………… it as I have revised quite a lot. Luke:  Well, do you want to have a break from studying? How about a walk? Agnes: Yes. I’m tired (5) ……………………… studying, let’s go out!

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    Change these sentences from active to passive. Someone is printing their project at the moment.

    Explanation
    The original sentence is in the active voice, with the subject "someone" performing the action of printing the project. In the passive voice, the subject becomes the recipient of the action, so "the project" becomes the subject. The verb "is printing" is changed to "is being printed," indicating that the project is currently being printed by someone.

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    Complete the sentences with words for appliances and gadgets. They’ve got a ……………………… in the car, but my parents never use it. They prefer maps.

    Explanation
    They've got a satnav, GPS in the car, but my parents never use it. They prefer maps.

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  • 7. 

    We need a new ……………………… . These carpets are still dirty.

    Explanation
    The given sentence suggests that there is a need for something to clean the dirty carpets. The most suitable option to fulfill this need is a vacuum cleaner. A vacuum cleaner is a device that uses suction to remove dirt and dust from carpets and other surfaces. Therefore, it is the correct answer to the question.

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  • 8. 

    Just put the food in the ……………………… oven for three minutes and that’s it.

    Explanation
    The given sentence suggests that the food should be put in a specific type of oven for three minutes. The word "just" implies that it is a quick and easy process. The most common type of oven that fits this description is a microwave oven, which is known for its convenience and quick cooking time. Therefore, the correct answer is "microwave."

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    Do you use your ……………………… to work on the train very often?

    Explanation
    The given answer "laptop" is correct because it is the most logical and suitable option to use for work on a train. Laptops are portable and convenient devices that allow users to work efficiently while traveling. They provide the necessary tools and resources for tasks such as writing, browsing the internet, and accessing work-related documents. Using a laptop on a train is a common practice for individuals who need to stay productive during their commute.

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  • 10. 

    Complete the sentences with a suitable verb in a correct form. Could you ……………………… on the light, please? I can’t see a thing.

    Explanation
    The sentence is asking someone to perform an action with the light in order to provide visibility. Both "turn" and "switch" are suitable verbs that can be used in this context to indicate the action of activating the light.

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  • 11. 

    The radio didn’t work. Then I realised I hadn’t ……………………… it in!

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "plugged." The sentence suggests that the radio was not working, and the speaker later realized that they hadn't done something to it. The word "plugged" fits in this context, as it implies that the speaker hadn't plugged the radio in, which is why it wasn't working.

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    I’m going to ……………………… track three because it’s my favourite song at the moment.

    Explanation
    The person is saying that they are going to "play" track three because it is their favorite song at the moment. This implies that they will be selecting and starting the playback of track three, most likely on a music player or device.

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  • 13. 

    Can we ……………………… the film to the place where she meets the king, please? I missed that bit.

    Explanation
    The word "rewind" is the correct answer because it refers to the action of going back or reversing the film to a specific point, in this case, the scene where the protagonist meets the king. The speaker missed that part and is asking if they can rewind the film to watch it again.

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    Luke:     You’ve been studying for ages. What are you doing? Agnes:  I’m doing my IT homework and it’s really complicated. Are you any good (1) ……………………… computer programming? Luke:     I’m quite good. Let’s have a look. Agnes: Thanks, Luke.

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      About

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    Correct Answer
    B. At
    Explanation
    In the conversation, Luke asks Agnes if she is good "at" computer programming. The word "at" is used to indicate a skill or ability in a particular area. Since Luke is asking about Agnes' proficiency in computer programming, the correct answer is "at."

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  • 15. 

    You’ll need to ……………………… the battery before you can use the new camera.

    Correct Answer
    charge
    Explanation
    To use the new camera, you will need to charge the battery beforehand. Charging the battery refers to the process of supplying electrical energy to the battery, which allows it to store energy and power the camera. Without charging the battery, it will not have enough power to operate the camera.

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    They’ll hold the conference in Oslo later this year.

    Correct Answer
    The conference will be held in Oslo later this year.
    Explanation
    The given sentence is in the future tense and states that the conference will take place in Oslo later this year. The correct answer restates the same information using the passive voice, indicating that the conference will be held in Oslo later this year. Both sentences convey the same meaning and are grammatically correct.

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  • 17. 

    The teacher has marked our exam papers.

    Correct Answer
    Our exam papers have been marked by the teacher.
    Explanation
    This sentence is written in the passive voice, indicating that the action of marking the exam papers was done by the teacher. The subject of the sentence is "our exam papers," and the verb is "have been marked." The phrase "by the teacher" further clarifies who performed the action.

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  • 18. 

    Someone started the competition in 1968.

    Correct Answer
    The competition was started in 1968.
    Explanation
    The given correct answer states that the competition was started in 1968. This implies that someone initiated the competition in that particular year. The sentence structure suggests that the action of starting the competition took place in 1968.

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  • 19. 

    We will sell the new gadgets on the Internet from this March.

    Correct Answer
    The new gadgets will be sold on the Internet from this March.
    Explanation
    The given correct answer is a passive sentence that correctly conveys the information that the new gadgets will be sold on the Internet starting from this March. The use of the passive voice emphasizes the action of selling rather than the subject performing the action.

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  • 20. 

    Write complete sentences with the correct form of to have something done.  I/my bedroom/paint/a week ago

    Correct Answer
    I had my bedroom painted a week ago.
    Explanation
    The correct sentence is "I had my bedroom painted a week ago." The sentence is in the past tense and uses the structure "have something done." In this case, the subject "I" is the one who had the action done, which is having the bedroom painted. The time frame is specified as "a week ago," indicating that the action occurred in the past.

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  • 21. 

    I/my laptop/repair/at the moment

    Correct Answer
    I am having my laptop repaired at the moment.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I am having my laptop repaired at the moment." This sentence indicates that the speaker is currently getting their laptop fixed. The use of "having" suggests that someone else is doing the repair work for them.

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  • 22. 

    I/never/my hair/dye/until now

    Correct Answer
    I have never had my hair dyed until now.
    Explanation
    The given correct answer accurately conveys the meaning of the original sentence. It states that the speaker has never dyed their hair before, but they are doing it now. The use of "have never had" indicates that the speaker has not experienced the action of dyeing their hair in the past, and "until now" emphasizes that this is a new experience for them.

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  • 23. 

    We/our windows/clean/once a month

    Correct Answer
    We have our windows cleaned once a month.
    Explanation
    This sentence describes the action of having someone clean our windows on a monthly basis. The use of "we" implies that the speaker and possibly others are responsible for arranging and paying for the window cleaning service. The phrase "once a month" indicates the frequency of this activity.

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  • 24. 

    My dad/his car/service/every six months

    Correct Answer
    My dad has his car serviced every six months.
    Explanation
    The sentence states that "my dad" has a regular practice of getting his car serviced every six months. This implies that he takes his car to a service center or mechanic for maintenance and check-up at regular intervals. The use of the possessive pronoun "his" indicates that the car belongs to my dad, and the phrase "every six months" specifies the frequency of the service.

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    My big sister Lucy is getting married next spring and we're all really excited about the wedding. I spoke to Lucy the other day and she told me about what she has done so far. The guest list (11) …………………..……………… (decide) and the invitations …………………..……………… (send out).

    Correct Answer
    has been decided
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "has been decided". This is because the sentence is in the present perfect passive voice, indicating that the guest list has already been decided. The use of "has been" suggests that the action was completed in the past and has relevance to the present.

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    My big sister Lucy is getting married next spring and we're all really excited about the wedding. I spoke to Lucy the other day and she told me about what she has done so far. The guest list …………………..……………… (decide) and the invitations (12) …………………..……………… (send out).

    Correct Answer
    have been sent out
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "have been sent out." This is because the sentence is in the present perfect tense, indicating that the invitations were sent out in the past and are still relevant in the present. The use of "have been" suggests that the action of sending out the invitations was completed by someone or some people, but it does not specify who.

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  • 27. 

    The menu hasn’t been decided yet, but it (13) …………………..……………… (discuss) a lot because both Lucy and her fiancé love food!

    Correct Answer
    has been discussed
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "has been discussed." This is because the sentence is in the present perfect tense, indicating that the discussion about the menu started in the past and is still ongoing. The phrase "has been" is used to show that the action of discussing has been happening.

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  • 28. 

    The venue for the wedding (14) …………………..……………… (book) – it's a lovely hotel in the countryside – and the bridesmaids …………………..……………… (choose) I'm one of them!

    Correct Answer
    has been booked
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "has been booked" because the sentence is in the present perfect tense and refers to an action that has already been completed. The verb "booked" is in the past participle form, which is used in the present perfect tense. This indicates that the venue for the wedding has already been reserved or arranged.

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    The venue for the wedding …………………..……………… (book) – it's a lovely hotel in the countryside – and the bridesmaids  (15) …………………..……………… (choose) I'm one of them!

    Correct Answer
    have been chosen
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "have been chosen". This is because the sentence is in the present perfect tense and the subject "bridesmaids" is plural. In the present perfect tense, we use the auxiliary verb "have" followed by the past participle of the main verb. Therefore, "have been chosen" is the correct form.

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  • 30. 

    Jack is always hiding the ……………………… so that he can watch the programmes he likes!

    Correct Answer
    remote control
    Explanation
    Jack is always hiding the remote control so that he can watch the programmes he likes. This suggests that Jack wants to have control over the television and what he watches. By hiding the remote control, he ensures that others cannot change the channel or turn off the TV, allowing him to watch his preferred programs without interruption.

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    Luke:     All that you’ve done so far is correct, I think. I’m not aware (2) ……………………… any mistakes. Agnes: That’s a relief!

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      About

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      At

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      Of

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      With

    Correct Answer
    C. Of
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "of". In this context, "of" is used to indicate possession or association. Agnes is relieved because Luke has not made any mistakes. The phrase "any mistakes" is the object of the preposition "of", showing what Agnes is relieved about.

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    Luke:     You shouldn’t worry so much. You should be pleased (3) ……………………… your progress.

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      About

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      At

    • C.

      Of

    • D.

      With

    Correct Answer
    D. With
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "with" because it is the preposition that is commonly used to express satisfaction or contentment in relation to someone's progress.

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    Agnes: Yes, I guess you’re right. I find it much easier now than at the beginning of the year. We have an exam next week and I’m not too worried (4) ……………………… it as I have revised quite a lot.

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      About

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      At

    • C.

      Of

    • D.

      With

    Correct Answer
    A. About
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "about" because it fits grammatically and contextually in the sentence. Agnes is saying that she is not too worried about the exam because she has revised quite a lot. The word "about" expresses her lack of concern or worry regarding the upcoming exam.

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    Luke:     Well, do you want to have a break from studying? How about a walk? Agnes: Yes. I’m tired (5) ……………………… studying, let’s go out!

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      About

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      At

    • C.

      Of

    • D.

      With

    Correct Answer
    C. Of
    Explanation
    In Agnes' response, she says "I'm tired of studying, let's go out!" This indicates that she is tired because of studying, suggesting that studying is the cause of her tiredness. Therefore, the correct answer is "of."

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