Copy Of Gateway B2 Unit 4 Grammar And Vocabulary

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Copy Of Gateway B2 Unit 4 Grammar And Vocabulary

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  • 1. 
    Questions 1-15.
  • 2. 
    Correct the mistakes in the sentences. There are two mistakes in each sentence. Type the whole corrected sentence in the box.First time I met Sam he was reading the book about multiple intelligences.
  • 3. 
    Correct the mistakes in the sentences. There are two mistakes in each sentence. Type the whole corrected sentence in the box. I enjoy documentaries about famous people more that documentaries about environment. 
  • 4. 
    Correct the mistakes in the sentences. There are two mistakes in each sentence. Type the whole corrected sentence in the box. The exam was such difficult that I will probably get the bad results. 
  • 5. 
    Correct the mistakes in the sentences. There are two mistakes in each sentence. Type the whole corrected sentence in the box.In general, training as the nurse is not more difficult as studying medicine. 
  • 6. 
    Correct the mistakes in the sentences. There are two mistakes in each sentence. Type the whole corrected sentence in the box. His performance wasn’t enough good that day to win a final of the tennis tournament.
  • 7. 
    Complete the text with one word in each gap. The most extraordinary person I’ve ever met has to be my great-grandmother. She’s called Ellie and she’s 98 now, but she doesn’t seem any older (1) ……………………… my grandmother really!
  • 8. 
    Complete the text with one word in each gap.  She’s bright and intelligent and her brain still works very fast. She’s always telling me about what she’s seen on TV. She answers all the questions on quiz shows. She’s as good (2) ……………………… any of the contestants.  
  • 9. 
    Complete the text with one word in each gap.  The thing about Ellie is that she’s always happy and she never complains. ‘Life’s (3) ……………………… short to grumble,’ she says. 
  • 10. 
    Complete the text with one word in each gap. She loves hats and whenever she goes out in her wheelchair she wears  (4) ……………………… purple and red one. It’s fantastic and suits her very well. She’s given me lots of her old clothes, some dating back 50 years and they’re in perfect condition. I think they must be worth a lot of money.
  • 11. 
    Complete the text with one word in each gap. ​It was Ellie who persuaded me to follow my dream of becoming an artist.  I shall always be grateful to her for that.  She’s (5) ……………………… an amazing lady! 
  • 12. 
    Complete the email with the correct form of these words. There are two extra words.as   •   early   •   enough   •   hard   •   quick so   •   too  Hi    Tom,    How’s    it    going?    Are    you    happy    in    your    new    job?    I’m    sorry    I    haven’t    been    in    touch    recently,    but    I’ve    been    really    busy    working    on    a    marketing    campaign    at    work.    We    have    a    great    new    line    of    products    but    the    designer    isn’t    very    well-known,    so    we    weren’t    selling    (1)    ………………………    units.
  • 13. 
    Complete the email with the correct form of these words. There are two extra words.as   •   early   •   enough   •   hard   •   quick so   •   too  My    new    boss    works    (2)    ………………………    than    just    about    anybody    I    know    and    I’m    learning    (3)    ………………………    much    from    her.
  • 14. 
    Complete the email with the correct form of these words. There are two extra words.as   •   early   •   enough   •   hard   •   quick so   •   too My    new    boss    works    (2)    ………………………    than    just    about    anybody    I    know    and    I’m    learning    (3)    ………………………    much    from    her.
  • 15. 
    Complete the email with the correct form of these words. There are two extra words.as   •   early   •   enough   •   hard   •   quick so   •   too  Since    she    took    over    the    campaign,    sales    have    increased    more        (4)    ………………………    than    anyone    expected    and    the    designer’s    career    has    really    taken    off.    He’s    working    on    new    designs    all    the    time,    but    it    takes    longer    than    you    might    think    to    get    them    into    the    shop.    
  • 16. 
    Complete the email with the correct form of these words. There are two extra words.as   •   early   •   enough   •   hard   •   quick so   •   too   The    (5)    ………………………    we    can    hope    to    see    his    new    range    is    next    spring.    But    for    now    sales    are    good,    so    we’re    happy.    Hope    to    see    you    soon.  Carrie     
  • 17. 
    Questions 16-30.
  • 18. 
    Complete the text with these adjectives. There are two extra options.creative   •   easygoing   •   good-natured   •   insecure      mature    •   pushy   •   stubborn We’re having a big family party at the end of this month. It’s really interesting when everyone gets together. My mum has got three brothers and although you can see the similarities they are quite different as well. My Uncle Tom is the oldest and he’s the typical (1) ……………………… parent.
  • 19. 
    Complete the text with these adjectives. There are two extra options. creative   •   easygoing   •   good-natured   •   insecure      mature    •   pushy   •   stubbornHe’s always trying to get my cousins to be more ambitious and he gets annoyed when they aren’t chosen for a sports team or the school play. Then there’s Uncle James. He’s the complete opposite. He’s an art teacher and he’s really (2) ……………………… . He never tells his children off and he’s always very relaxed. 
  • 20. 
    Complete the text with these adjectives. There are two extra options.creative   •   easygoing   •   good-natured   •   insecure      mature    •   pushy   •   stubborn He wants everyone to discover their (3) ……………………… side and do painting or sculpture or something. Uncle Paul is the one in the middle and he’s very funny. He’s always telling stories. 
  • 21. 
    Complete the text with these adjectives. There are two extra options.creative   •   easygoing   •   good-natured   •   insecure      mature    •   pushy   •   stubbornHe’s always telling stories. But he can be a bit (4) ……………………… and he won’t do anything he doesn’t want to do. Then there’s my mum. She loves it when they’re all together and if there are any arguments – which there always are – she’s the peacemaker. 
  • 22. 
    Complete the text with these adjectives. There are two extra options.creative   •   easygoing   •   good-natured   •   insecure      mature    •   pushy   •   stubborn  She’s very  (5) ……………………… . Everyone says I’m like her. It makes me sorry that I’m an only child, but at least I’ll have all my cousins around at the party. I can’t wait!
  • 23. 
    Choose the correct alternatives to complete the text. Marie Curie was one of the most famous scientists of her time. She was born in Poland, but went to live in Paris to study mathematics and physics. There she met her husband, Pierre Curie, and together they conducted  (1) investigations/creations into radioactivity. 
    • A. 

      Investigations

    • B. 

      Creations

  • 24. 
    Choose the correct alternatives to complete the text. Their work was very dangerous, but eventually they discovered the chemical elements polonium and radium. They were awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1903. Marie’s  (2) education/happiness was cut short when Pierre was killed in a tragic accident. 
    • A. 

      Education

    • B. 

      Happiness

  • 25. 
    Choose the correct alternatives to complete the text. However, she was very  (3) easygoing/determined and took over his teaching post, becoming the first woman to teach at the Sorbonne. She devoted herself to continuing their work and eventually won a second Nobel Prize, for Chemistry, in 1911. 
    • A. 

      Easygoing

    • B. 

      Determined

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