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Answer keyMacmillan English Hub B1 /B2- Student’s Book WelcomeB1 c2 a3 bGRAMMARA12345678’m lookingdon’t knowgoing to behavewasYou’lldid you decidewas tryingCStudents’ own answersB2 correct3  It’s an online course, so all the answers are checked bya computer.4 correct5  Everybody makes mistakes when they speak English – evenEnglish speakers!6 correct7  It’s important to learn a lot of new words, but I don’t reallyenjoy to studying vocabulary.CStudents’ own answersVOCABULARYADescribing chetemperaturetoothachecoachhelicoptertram 2 took 3 at 4 borrow 5 keep 6 forCStudents’ own answerswerecanwalkmouthhavethesecapFUNCTIONAL LANGUAGE1 d2 h3 a4 i5 f6 b7 gGRAMMARAPresent simple: have, get up, take, watch, seems, show, think,understand, look, talks, love, don’t mind, know, mean, guess,need, see, work, use, rainsPresent continuous: is feeling, ’m writing, ’m smiling,’re getting, ’m not complaining, is becoming, ’m thinking,’m sitting, ’s shining 7 geta rule 3 bb rule 4c rule 3 ad rule 5e rule 2f  rule 3 cCRule 2: Her pictures always show her wonderful family /But no one ever talks about money problems Rule 3a: Katia is feeling confused / I’m notcomplaining, thoughRule 3b: That’s why I’m sitting on the beach in all mypictures! / we only take pictures when the sun’s shining!Rule 3c: My life is becoming a bit boringRule 4: I love being normal and I don’t mind that / Iguess I need to explain Rule 5: I think I understand what happened / I’m thinking ofstaying at home this evening PRONUNCIATION1234567EStudents’ own answersBB1 withD1  They were friends at school, but they last saw eachother eight years ago.2  Because she and Elisa both thought the other one had aperfect life.3 Last week.4 It’s lovely, but it caused a lot of problems.5 She loves it.6 She’s too busy.8 e1 COMMUNICATIONUNIT OPENER9 cE2 S 3 S 4 S11 S 12 D5 D1–3 Students’ own answersFStudents’ own answers1.1 Communication todaySPEAKINGREADINGAStudents’ own answers6 D7 S8 S9 S10 DA–DStudents’ own answersPublished by Macmillan Education, a division of Springer Nature Limited. Springer Nature Limited, 2019. This page may be photocopied and used within the class.1

Answer keyMacmillan English Hub B1 /B2- Student’s Book LISTENINGSPEAKING HUBA–BStudents’ own answersA–EStudents’ own answersC1.2 Who owns English?1 brother and sister; making a podcast2 a voice recorder3  a week without using their mobile phones; making apodcast about itD1  Jackson couldn’t find Olivia because he usually uses hisphone to get to places.2 Someone helped him and told him where Olivia was.EArranged a plan B: what to do if something goes wrong;Jackson wore a watch; Jackson checked a map before he left.F1 Yes2 Looking around and thinking about their surroundingsG1 c 2 a 3 c 4 a 5 bHStudents’ own answersVOCABULARYA1 23 4 5 6 78looking atlooks looking; seelisten to; watchsoundshearsounds lookAStudents’ own answersB1  For a blog post. She wants to interview him about hisexperiences of using English during his trip across Europe.2 He met a lot of great people and had amazing conversations.3 In England4  Mostly pronunciation but also some grammar differences.5  On a train, first class is better than standard class. Juan thinksnon-standard English is better (for some purposes) thanStandard English.6 Juan thinks it is useful for international communication.C12345BothJuanMonaJuanBothDSuggested answers1  They are discussing MLE. Juan doesn’t think the grammarcan be wrong as so many people use it.2  They are discussing other non-standard forms of English,such as Jamaican English and Indian English.3  Mona thinks it’s better to use Standard English because it’sgood English.4  Standard English is easier for non-native speakers tounderstand, so it’s better to use this.GRAMMARB12 345LISTENINGhear look; listenwatch looks; sounds looks; soundsD1 observe 2 recognise 3 noticeA1234567Can I ask you a few questions?Which countries did you visit?What happened in England?How is English changing?Who uses MLE?What do you mean by ‘Standard English’?So are you saying we need to learn non-standard English?BEStudents’ own answersa 4; 7b 2; 6c 3; 5PRONUNCIATIONCA2  We arranged to meet here, outside the university, atfour o’clock.3 It’s Monday afternoon and I’m late meeting Olivia.4  I’ll buy you a cake to say thank you, and you can tell us whatyou think of our podcasts.5  Yes, I’m wearing a watch today – an old one from when Iwas a teenager.23456countries did Juan visitCan you give me an exampleform of English is becoming popular in Londonpeople speak non-standard EnglishDo most native speakers speak Standard EnglishPublished by Macmillan Education, a division of Springer Nature Limited. Springer Nature Limited, 2019. This page may be photocopied and used within the class.2

Answer keyMacmillan English Hub B1 /B2- Student’s Book PRONUNCIATION1.3 Welcome backACOMPREHENSIONa Speaker 2b Speaker 1AA–CStudents’ own answers1234567READINGBB–CStudents’ own answersSPEAKINGAStudents’ own answersB1 Positive (especially in the second half ).2  Library picture: Our brains are like a library. When we addmore and more information, the old information is stillthere, but it gets harder to find it. That’s why we feel like weforget languages that we once spoke. Door picture: When we don’t use a foreign word for along time, it becomes blocked by the word from our ownlanguage. After some time, it becomes hard to unblock thatword, just like it’s hard to open a door that’s been closed fora long time. Colourful words: This is an example of bad information(the words themselves) blocking the good information(the colour they’re written in), just like how words inour first language block foreign words that we’re tryingto remember.CWhat’s the worst thing about learning a language?; Is it thehundreds of hours you need to spend studying and practising?;How do I know?; So is there any hope for me and my Spanish?;How does this work in practice?; And what happened whenI left Spain?; How can I open those doors?; Is there anythinggood to say about this ‘blocking’ process?; Did you noticehow hard it was to say the colour when the word itself was acolour?; What’s the connection with language learning?; What’sthe best thing about learning a language?; Is it the ability tocommunicate with different people around the world?EStudents’ own answersVOCABULARYA1 monolingual; bilingual2 phrase 3 accent 4 idiom 5  fluently; accurately12345SamMillyZacNeenaZacSamGabyFor Sam’s websiteHe thinks Milly’s mum diedHe is meeting Milly’s mumPants are underwear – Zac means trousers.She has a photoshoot but she has a broken armCStudents’ own answersFUNCTIONAL needhelphelpB12345678I need a favour. Can you lend me some clothes? Please?I can give you a hand with that.Thank you so much, that would be great.Shall I bring some stuff round to the flat later?That would be awesome.Do you need a hand?I can manage. I’m OK.Listen, let me help you.USEFUL PHRASESA123456dfabceBStudents’ own answersSPEAKING HUBA–DStudents’ own answersPublished by Macmillan Education, a division of Springer Nature Limited. Springer Nature Limited, 2019. This page may be photocopied and used within the class.3

Answer keyMacmillan English Hub B1 /B2- Student’s Book 2 EXPERIENCESPRONUNCIATIONUNIT OPENERA1 rises2 falls1–3 Students’ own answersB2.1 Important decisions1 Asking for help2 Offering helpREADINGCould you help me out?Would you mind giving mea hand?Do you need any help?Shall I give you a hand?ASPEAKINGA–BStudents’ own answersUnit 1 ReviewGRAMMAR B2  How many people did the writer ask about the way they usesocial media?3 How many people said they never use social media?4 How many people are using social media less and less?5 Why does Franek believe social media is dangerous?6 Who thinks social media is useful for work?VOCABULARYAsounds hear; see ’m looking listen ’m watchingB1 observe 2 staring 3 noticeC1 2345ErykAngela George Francesca BrianFUNCTIONAL LANGUAGE1234favour; busy could; hand want; mind help BStudents’ own answers1 b2 two people – the first and third5 ’s getting 6 think 7 ’m considering12345cabedCA2 ’m studying 3 ’m really enjoying4 don’t speak 12345D1 492 You need a lot of time and money.3 It has positive activities.4 FourEStudents’ own answersGRAMMARA12341I wrote mine on New Year’s Day five years ago.I’ve only done one thing on that list.This year, I’ve seen lions in the wild.Last year, I watched the sun rise and set on the same day.b 2 a 3 d 4 cB12345neverjuststillnot yetalreadyC12345past simplepresent perfect simplepast simplepresent perfect simplepast simplePRONUNCIATION1 b 2 a 3 b 4 b 5 a 6 aSPEAKINGA–DStudents’ own answersPublished by Macmillan Education, a division of Springer Nature Limited. Springer Nature Limited, 2019. This page may be photocopied and used within the class.4

Answer keyMacmillan English Hub B1 /B2- Student’s Book LISTENING3  People were impressed by the advert. He received twojob offers. The media reported on the story. Peoplewanted to help him. It was an opportunity for otherpeople to do something positive and generous by offeringhim work.Aa cruise along canals, freshwater, houseboatb cross oceans, saltwater, yachtBStudents’ own answersD123456C1 b 2 aD3; 5; 7; 8EEmma is 33 35 and she works in the sailing industry advertising.She loves swimming and fishing diving. For the last few years,she’s been learning how to sail. Her dream is to live on a yachtand sail around the world. She hasn’t bought a yacht yetbecause she can’t find one that she likes they are expensive.She sold her house and bought a houseboat. The houseboat isan opportunity for Emma to learn to live on the sea water andmove from place to place. She is happy with her decision to buya houseboat because it means that she has ‘made the break’from the water to the land the land to the water.FStudents’ own answersA 2 a; g 3 b 4 c 5 f 6 h 7 e 8 dC2345678EStudents’ own answersVOCABULARYA12345678verb – forverb – foradjective – ofadjective – foradjective – ofadjective – ofverb – forverb – forBVOCABULARY1 ilooks foremploys him / gives him a jobsaw / noticedmake it possible for him tojobemploying / giving someone a jobmakeplanloseworkingturngoalsstayDStudents’ own answersSPEAKING HUBA–DStudents’ own answers2.2 You can do it!1234CStudents’ own answersSPEAKINGA–DStudents’ own answersLISTENINGAStudents’ own answersB1234READINGCA–BStudents’ own answers12345678C1  It is a little unusual for someone to place an advert lookingfor work. It is also unusual in the UK for that person to be89 years old. The final sentence is very unusual in an advertrelated to work.2  He wrote the advert because he was lonely and bored afterhis wife died. He felt he was still able to work.looksuitableproudprepareon his ownby pretending to be a different personby using a different skillby taking classesdidn’t knowthe interneta family eventdidn’t readknew a littledidn’t make anydidn’t tryhasDStudents’ own answersPublished by Macmillan Education, a division of Springer Nature Limited. Springer Nature Limited, 2019. This page may be photocopied and used within the class.5

Answer keyMacmillan English Hub B1 /B2- Student’s Book PRONUNCIATION2.3 Picture thisACOMPREHENSION1 achieve2 arrive3 complete4 create5 regret6 studyBthe second syllableGRAMMARA3 b4 a5 a6 b7 a8 b9 bB1 use2 use3 useDStudents’ own answersVOCABULARYAStudents’ own answersB1 problem; solution2 problems; problems3 solutions; problems4 problem; solution5 problem; solutions6 problem; solutionC1 come up with2 analyse3 agree on4 suggest5 deal with6 solve7 causeEStudents’ own answersSPEAKING HUBA–DStudents’ own answersASomeone knocking on the door.BStudents’ own answersC1 Gaby; Eric2 Eric3 Gaby4 Gaby; Eric5 Gaby6 Eric7 Eric8 GabyFUNCTIONAL LANGUAGEAStudents should have ticked: Is it all right if we start BStudents’ own answersUSEFUL PHRASESA1 Call 2 enough5 almost3 must4 thatBStudents’ own answersPRONUNCIATIONArisesfallsfallsrises5 rises6 rises1234SPEAKINGA–BStudents’ own answersUnit 2 ReviewGRAMMARA1 ’ve done2 have given3 learnt4 (I) did5 tasted6 haven’t done7 ’ve madePublished by Macmillan Education, a division of Springer Nature Limited. Springer Nature Limited, 2019. This page may be photocopied and used within the class.6

Answer key212345Macmillan English Hub B1 /B2- Student’s Book wantedfoundstayedwas’ve doneB123456When I was a kid, I could to swim.They wasn’t weren’t able to score a goal.correctI couldn’t to ride a bike until I was 19.I am able to dance quite well.I’m afraid you didn’t managed manage to pass.VOCABULARYdbecaB12345678ask for’m looking fortypical ofprepare forsuitable forworked foraware ofproud ofC123456LISTENINGAStudents’ own answersBbC1  F (There were no trains because of the bad weather it wasNew Year’s Day.)2 T3  F (She stopped a police car to ask for help. The police carstopped to ask if she needed help.)4  F (The police found a taxi for her took her to herfriend’s house.)A123453.1 Travel experiencessolveanalysedeal withcome up withagree oncauseFUNCTIONAL LANGUAGEA: Alright, no problem. In that case could you lend meyour phone? 3A: Hey there, Pete. Would you mind if I borrowed yourlaptop? 1B: I’m afraid I can’t do that either – I’m expecting animportant call. 4B: I’m not sure to be honest – I’ve got a lot of work to do todayand I need it. 2A: Yes, Arsenal are playing and I want to check the score! 7A: OK, never mind. 5B: Is it for something urgent? 63 ON THE MOVEUNIT OPENER1–3 Students’ own answers5 T6  F (He missed the first train because the taxi was slow. Thetrain was cancelled.)7 T8  F (When the train reached its destination, he was alreadytwo hours an hour late for the interview.)9  F (Because the traffic was heavy, he walked from the stationto the office had to get out of the taxi and walk to theoffice.)10  F (Another job candidate The interviewer was late becauseof the train problems.)DStudents’ own answersGRAMMARA1  A: It was raining when I left. A; past continuous, past simpleB: It was snowing. J; past continuous2  A: I got the next train, but after about 30 minutes, that trainbroke down. A; past simple, past simple B: I found a bus stop and sat down. J; past simple, past simple3  A: A police car was driving past, when it suddenly stopped.J; past continuous, past simple B: We were still not moving, so I got out and walked. A; pastcontinuous, past simple, past simple4  A: We arrived about two hours late, and that meant I’d alreadymissed the interview. A; past simple, past perfect simple B: I’d arranged to go to a classmate’s house for dinner. J; pastperfect simpleB1 past simple2 past continuous3 past perfect simpleCabcd2123Published by Macmillan Education, a division of Springer Nature Limited. Springer Nature Limited, 2019. This page may be photocopied and used within the class.7

Answer keyMacmillan English Hub B1 /B2- Student’s Book D1 was raining 2 was driving 3 jumped 4 managed5 went 6 ’d/had forgotten 7 was travelling 8 asked9 looked 10 ’d/had put 11 had disappeared12 was paying 13 noticed 14 were smiling and laughing15 was 16 had found and hiddenA1 action2 connection3 communicationCVOCABULARYA1 three: cars, underground/subway trains, trains2 the laydelayservicelinea ioninspirationreactionsituationSPEAKING HUBA–CStudents’ own answers3.2 Travel smartREADINGAStudents’ own answersDStudents’ own answersB1 eSPEAKING 2 c 3 a 4 b 5 d 2 c 3 c 4 a 5 bCA–CStudents’ own answers1 aREADINGDStudents’ own answersAStudents’ own answersGRAMMARAB1 Talking to strangers on public transport.21 d 2 f 3 e 4 a 5 b 6 cC–DStudents’ own answersVOCABULARYAinspiration; communication; situation; expectations; reaction;expressions; decision; connection; action; nDStudents’ own answers1234a/anthethe–D1 the3 a; –EStudents’ own answersF1 amounts2 beforeHStudents’ own answersPRONUNCIATIONAStudents should have ticked:1 a2 bPublished by Macmillan Education, a division of Springer Nature Limited. Springer Nature Limited, 2019. This page may be photocopied and used within the class.8

Answer keyMacmillan English Hub B1 /B2- Student’s Book BThe quantifierCStudents’ own answersSPEAKINGAThe scheme was cancelled because it was too expensivefor the city to operate it. It needed more buses to be asuccess but this would have been a lot more expensive forthe city.B–DStudents’ own answersLISTENINGAStudents’ own answersB1 He thinks it is useless and won’t solve the traffic problems.2 No, they disagree.3 He thinks they are fantastic.4 An e-car festival and Use Public Transport Week.5 He wants the city to be a brilliant place to rshortupEStudents’ own yenormousfuriousold; filthyBG: bad, funny, good, difficult, oldU: tiny, enormous, furious, nnyenormousDabcdefgvery goodvery bigvery goodvery goodvery badvery goodvery bigFStudents’ own answersSPEAKING HUBA–DStudents’ own answers3.3 Getting thereCOMPREHENSIONA1 Zac2 MillyBStudents’ own answersC1  Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Prince Harry, Wayne Rooney, GérardDepardieu, Cristiano Ronaldo, guy out of Coldplay, all ofOne Direction2 It is identical to their story.3 He’s offended.DStudents’ own answersFUNCTIONAL LANGUAGEA2345678fadgcheBStudents’ own answersPublished by Macmillan Education, a division of Springer Nature Limited. Springer Nature Limited, 2019. This page may be photocopied and used within the class.9

Answer keyMacmillan English Hub B1 /B2- Student’s Book USEFUL PHRASESBA1 jump2 have3 joking4 take5 Are6 LetBStudents’ own answersPRONUNCIATIONSomething isvery goodSomething isdifficultSomething issurprisingReally? That’sawesome!That’s tough.Really? You’rekidding.That must behard to take.No way!That’s bad news.BSomething is very good; Something is surprisingCStudents’ own answersSPEAKINGA–BStudents’ own answers4.1 Personal changewas snowingwenthad forgottenhad leftdecidedhadn’t flownwas waitingphonedhad foundwas walkingLISTENINGAStudents’ own answersB1  They are good friends. Julia is in Spain (Madrid). Shireen is inthe UK (London).2 Students should have ticked: a, c, f3  It’s a promise to yourself to make a positive change inyour life.BJapan has the a famous network of bullet trains. A The networkis the world’s busiest and connects the major cities of thecountry. Like many the major train networks, it gets very busyat peak times. It is mainly a transport system for long distances.CA12345678cancelledunderground linesis a good serviceslightroadworksheavy traffictraffic jamrush meUNIT OPENERAVOCABULARY1234567891–3 Students’ own answersGRAMMAR2 not enoughIt’s very hilarious.correctcorrectSometimes, the old buses are very filthy.These timetables are very impossible to understand.The London bus tour was very excellent.4 CHANGEUnit 3 Review1 too many123456FUNCTIONAL LANGUAGEWow! ? That’samazing!1234563 little4 muchC1 T2  F (He has decided to try to be more romantic in34567the future.)TF (She can speak Spanish but wants to improve.)F (She has found a new teacher already.)TF (She agrees to eat less.)DStudents’ own answersPublished by Macmillan Education, a division of Springer Nature Limited. Springer Nature Limited, 2019. This page may be photocopied and used within the class.10

Answer keyMacmillan English Hub B1 /B2- Student’s Book GRAMMARAStudents should have ticked: 2, 3, 4, 5B1 already2 at the time of speaking3 at a certain time in the futureDStudents’ own answersC1  repeats too many details, and some phrases are copiedword for word. It doesn’t give a clear overview of all of theinformation in the description.2  is the best summary. It mentions all of the most importantpieces of information from the book description but itdoesn’t copy the description word for word.DStudents’ own answersLISTENINGPRONUNCIATIONAA123412345OK, OK.Great.Really?Well, That’s a surprise.BB12345very positive: a; not very positive: bexcited: b; unexcited: ainterested and surprised: a; not interested: bserious/determined: b; unsure: aquite surprised: a; not surprised at all (sarcastic): bVOCABULARYcedfbaSPEAKING HUBAStudents’ own answersBa expertb forecasterC1  is a weak summary as it has the experts as the main topic,when in the article the ordinary people are the focus. Also,he was not studying why experts are good media guests. It’salso incorrect that experts are not worse at predicting thanmost ordinary people.2  is the best summary as it identifies which ordinary peopleare good at predictions.DStudents’ own answersSPEAKINGB–CStudents’ own answersD123456READINGA 2 bB1 dCStudents’ own answersREADINGto learnbysmokingdrinkingrealisticuntil1 bpassion; advice; confidentcharacters; journey; fatherhistory; recently; impressivedocumentary; sport; society4.2 Social changeB1234561234A–BStudents’ own answersA123456Hassan Lukas Maya Jody 2 e 3 a 4 c 5 bPESFSFPESFPEE1 b 2 a 3 cPublished by Macmillan Education, a division of Springer Nature Limited. Springer Nature Limited, 2019. This page may be photocopied and used within the class.11

Answer keyMacmillan English Hub B1 /B2- Student’s Book GRAMMARPRONUNCIATIONALanguage that shows you are 100 per cent sure of aprediction: 1, 3, 5, 7Language that shows you are less than 100 per cent certain ofyour prediction: 2, 4, 6, 8AB12345usedefinitelyprobablybe going to; be going tousePRONUNCIATIONA12345ababbCStudents’ own answers12345678C12345678AA–CStudents’ own answersLISTENINGBAStudents’ own answersB3C123456789101112far awaysuper-fast internet servicedrawbacks or disadvantagesmodernforeign visitorssix monthspart-timelocal (young) peoplesinglenew residents 500in danger ofD1234bcadEStudents’ own answersOh yes, such as?Tell us more.What’s the next idea?That sounds like a fun thing to do.But, is it such a good idea?What else did you discover?That isn’t a lot of money, is it?That’s a lot of erpaidmisdisunderreover-C1 dis2 over3 mis4 re5 dis6 over; underEStudents’ own answersSPEAKING HUBA–CStudents’ own answers4.3 Part-timeCOMPREHENSIONBSuggested answers1 miserable2 That Gaby works part-time in the café.3 She is apprehensive.4 Sam will train her to work in the café.5  Sam tells Gaby to put the glasses on top of the dishwasher,but he means on the top shelf of the dishwasher.Published by Macmillan Education, a division of Springer Nature Limited. Springer Nature Limited, 2019. This page may be photocopied and used within the class.12

Answer keyMacmillan English Hub B1 /B2- Student’s Book C12345Bthe coffee and croissantgive her her money backapologises but then she becomes angrycomplain about the serviceSam supports GabyFUNCTIONAL own answersC2 I’m really not happy with the service.3 What exactly is the problem?4 That’s no problem. I’m so sorry about that.5  I’m terribly sorry for the inconvenience, madam; it won’thappen again.USEFUL PHRASESA123456What’s up?Something good will come along.How’s your first day going?Leave it to me.The customer is always right.How dare you!BStudents’ own answersPRONUNCIATION12345678aren’t going tomightwilldefinitelyprobablywon’tgoing to’re going toVOCABULARYA1 a – because the other two refer to making a plan2 c – because the other two refer to following a plan3 a – because the other two mean ‘stop completely’4  a – because the other two refer to failing to achieve/to notreaching your goalB2  I’m definitely over underpaid. Unless I get a pay rise, it’ll betime to find a new job!3  Some money has re disappeared. It’s missing. No one isleaving until we find it.4 correct5  And, don’t dis misbehave! We want to impress ourschool visitors.6  No, I didn’t pass my exam, unfortunately. I’ve got my overretake next week.7 correct8  Urban under overpopulation isn’t a problem now, but itsoon will be. The city’s population is increasing rapidly.FUNCTIONAL LANGUAGE1 bother 2 afraid 3 catch6 happen 7 saying UNIT OPENER1–3 Students’ own answers1 What exactly is the problem?2 What seems to be the problem?3 What appears to be the problem?5.1 At workBStudents’ own answersAA–BStudents’ own answers 5 hear5 WORK AND BUSINESSASPEAKING 4 getVOCABULARYabcdteacherrestaurant managerengineerpolice officerCUnit 4 ReviewGRAMMARA1234567’m visiting; ’ll call’s going to’ll get’ll’re meetingwon’t cycle; ’ll’s going to12345678behavehavebebebehavehavePublished by Macmillan Education, a division of Springer Nature Limited. Springer Nature Limited, 2019. This page may be photocopied and used within the class.13

Answer keyMacmillan English Hub B1 /B2- Student’s Book D12345678Student B, Q4Student B, Q1Student A, Q1Student B, Q2Student B, Q3Student A, Q2Student A, Q4Student A, Q3EStudents’ own answersLISTENINGA12345bcbbaB1  F (Michael has worked in five different banks the same bankfor five years.)2 T3  F (Michael sometimes bought the clothes that he modelled.They often gave him the clothes.)4  F (Michael enjoyed working under pressure as a waiter, butnot when it was very busy.)5 T6  F (Michael is interested in setting up his own wants to workfor a good company.)CStudents’ own answersDCatering Manager: He has experience of the catering industry.His degree in business is useful for this job. She thinks the workwill suit him: planning and running successful events. He hasan interest in cooking and food. It should require good people,communication and time management skills. It should have alot of variety and involve working in a team. It will give a senseof achievement.PRONUNCIATIONA1 Michael2 Fiona3  Fiona: word is longer with rise. Michael: word is shorterA1 I used to be a fashion model. State verb.2  They’d usually give us some of the clothes after the shoot.Action verb.3 I used to help new members. Action verb.4  At busy times, you would always be under a lot of pressure.State verb.5  I used to be tired but happy at the end of each day.State verbB12345pastand; rules 2 and 3and; rules 4 and 5but not; rule 1would; rules 2 and 4DStudents’ own answersSPEAKING HUBA–DStudents’ own answersREADINGAStudents’ own answersB2  The article describes how trends have spread from digitaltechnology company culture and the reasons for thosetrends. It also describes potential disadvantages and the needto think carefully before introducing these kinds of changes.C23456a problemfirmsoffering free breakfastpeopleincreasing creativity, collaboration and happiness at workD1 a; c; d2 a; b; cEStudents’ own answersVOCABULARYwith bCStudents’ own answersPublished by Macmillan Education, a division of Springer Nature Limited. Springer Nature Limited, 2019. This page may be photocopied and used within the class.14

Answer keySPEAKING HUBA–DStudents’ own answers5.2 In businessREADINGA1 4000 per cent2 40 per cent3 300 per centB–CStudents’ own answersDMacmillan English Hub B1 /B2- Student’s Book C1  F (Patagonia makes things clothes that people only canwear when they are at work or at home and use outdoors.)2 T3  F (‘Worn Wear’ is a campaign that persuades people to maketheir own buy second-hand clothes.)4 T5  F (‘Worn Wear’ is the only time Patagonia has launched anenvironmental campaign. They also took out a full-page adin The New York Times in 2011 encouraging people not tobuy one of their jackets.)6 TD1 such as 2 like 3 As the results show5 Another instance1 It sells fresh air in jars.2 b; c; d; fEStudents’ own answersEVOCABULARY1 polluted cities2 luxury product3 two months ago45678910onlinecheapa millionaireincredibly easya labelSome customers; many peopleeveryday; sportsFStudents’ own answersGRAMMARA12345sellswas launchedcan be madeis collectedhave startedBa don’t know; not importantb obviousc don’t wantSPEAKING HUBA–DStudents’ own answersLISTENINGAStudents’ own answersB1 outdoor2 marketing3 second-hand 4 For example udents’ own answersPRONUNCIATIONA1 environment; Silent consonant: the second n2 campaign; Silent consonant: There’s no dout doubt the company sold a lot more clothesas a result of the magazine ad.2  It’s rong wrong to say that all businesses are only interestedin profits.3  To understand advertising, you need to understand people’ssychology psychology.4  You can buy second-hand Patagonia clothes at any of theirstores with a ‘Worn Wear’ sain sign.Published by Macmillan Education, a division of Springer Nature Limited. Springer Nature Limited, 2019. This page may be photocopied and used within the class.15

Answer keyMacmillan English Hub B1 /B2- Student’s Book SPEAKING HUBUnit 5 ReviewA–DStudents’ own answersVOCABULARY5.3 Major presentationCOMPREHENSIONAStudents’ own answersBHe’s untidy.He is unwell. He is coughing and losing his voice.He arrives a bit late and is not relaxed.CStudents’ own answersDNeena thinks she is going to get a pay rise.FUNCTIONAL LANGUAGEB12345Today’s presentation is all aboutSo first of all, I’d like to talk aboutSo the next question isThat brings us toDo you have any questions?Main pointsSummaryIntroductionSummaryMain pointsUSEFUL PHRASESA1 We have loads of experience 2 If we can agree 3 We can write the contract straight away.BStudents’ own answersPRONUNCIATIONA123456123456time managementcreative thinking skillscommunication skillspeople Students’

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