Copy Of Gateway B2 Unit 3 Grammar

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Copy Of Gateway B2 Unit 3 Grammar


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  • 1. 
    Complete the second sentence so it means the same as the first, using the word given. Do not change the word given. Use between two and five words.What’s the arrival time of Gemma’s train?     DOES What time ……………………… ? 
  • 2. 
    I’ve arranged to meet Pedro outside the café at 4.30.              MEETING I ……………………… the café at 4.30. 
  • 3. 
    Paul is working in New York for six months from next January.          WORKING Next March, Paul ……………………… New York. 
  • 4. 
    I am going to go to university before the end of the year.              GONE  I will ……………………… the end of the year. 
  • 5. 
    The traffic is terrible and I don’t think it’s possible to catch the train now.            MISS  The traffic’s terrible and I think we are ………………………  . 
  • 6. 
    A: Hi, Karen. It’s Tania. How are you?B: I’m fine, but I’ve been working hard and I need a break.A: Then let’s go out tomorrow. There’s a good film on at the multiplex. It (1) ……………………… (start) at six o’clock.B: Great! I (2) ……………………… (finish) my homework by then. What’s the film about?A: It’s about a research community living on another planet that has lost contact with Earth. Their signals have been picked up by an alien spaceship. By the time the aliens arrive, the researchers  (3) ……………………… (live) in isolation for six months and it’s all about how they prepare for the visitors. B: Sounds interesting.A: Shall we ask Alison to come as well?B: She’s gone to France for a hockey tournament. She (4) ……………………… (play) a match then.A: That’s amazing. B: She doesn’t think they (5) ……………………… (win) but she says it’s good experience. Anyway, see you tomorrow! 
  • 7. 
     It (1) ……………………… (start) at six o’clock. 
  • 8. 
     Great! I (2) ……………………… (finish) my homework by then. 
  • 9. 
    By the time the aliens arrive, the researchers  (3) ……………………… (live) in isolation for six months and it’s all about how they prepare for the visitors. 
  • 10. 
    She (4) ……………………… (play) a match then.
  • 11. 
    She doesn’t think they (5) ……………………… (win) but she says it’s good experience. 
  • 12. 
    It is very difficult to imagine what the future  (1) ……………………… be like but some people earn a living by making predictions and I’m seriously considering it as a career. So, what about the next 50 years or so? I’m  (2) ……………………… to make some predictions for the year 2060. The population of the world will (3) ……………………… increased dramatically and a lot of animals will be extinct. The weather is definitely going to change for the worse and we’ll all be living in much smaller houses. Technology will continue to develop and control our lives and everything will be much faster than it is today. We’ll all have robots and they will be doing our chores for us. There will be advances in medicine but most people will  (4) ……………………… be able to afford them. Many of today’s conflicts will have (5) ……………………… going on for years by then and I think society will be divided into the people who ‘have’ money and those who ‘have not’. Unfortunately, I’ll probably be one of the ‘have nots’ unless I set up a business as a futurologist! Although on second thoughts, maybe I’ll have better luck as a science-fiction writer. 
  • 13. 
    It is very difficult to imagine what the future  (1) ……………………… be like but some people earn a living by making predictions and I’m seriously considering it as a career. 
  • 14. 
    So, what about the next 50 years or so? I’m  (2) ……………………… to make some predictions for the year 2060. 
  • 15. 
    The population of the world will (3) ……………………… increased dramatically and a lot of animals will be extinct. 
  • 16. 
    We’ll all have robots and they will be doing our chores for us. There will be advances in medicine but most people will  (4) ……………………… be able to afford them. 
  • 17. 
    Many of today’s conflicts will have (5) ……………………… going on for years by then and I think society will be divided into the people who ‘have’ money and those who ‘have not’. 
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