OUTCOMES Intermediate Answer Key01 MY FIRST CLASSpp. 8-9Grammar:A:1 are you/do you come2 do you3 are you4 Are you5 Have you6 have you been7 do you8 Have you got9 are you going to/are you planning to10 did youListening:A:1 She’s from Saratov in Russia2 About 10 or 12 years on and off3 She’s not sure – probably a few yearsB:1 Come in2 kilometres3 strong4 stay5 mind6 topDeveloping Conversations:A:Whereabouts?So have you been to the UK to study before?B: 1 b 2 a 3 f 4 c 5 e 6 dpp. 10-11Vocabulary:A:1a quite confident and able to speak without toomuch hesitation; can talk easily about differentsubjects1b survive / manage1c simple / limited1d speaking two languages equally well, as a nativespeaker1e don’t speak too fast2 learn through self-study; learn informallyReading:A/B: The number of students taking languages at schoolis falling and this is a disaster because it is bad fortrade. Students are not motivated because when they goabroad, people speak to them in English. Britain is losing trade because British people lacklanguage skills. Not everyone thinks the plan to teach languagesfrom an early age (at primary schools) is a good idea.C: 1 F2T3F4T5F6F7F8TE:well-respected director of a schooldesire to do somethingthe purpose or reason for doing somethingDepending onproofcontext, situationlinked progressionlearn faster or more slowlymanageeasier to do, offered more widelyVocabulary:A:1 fluently, fluency2 both3 second syllable4 forrin5 about6 onpp. 12-13Grammar:A:1 was teaching2 had done3 was explaining4 told5 looked6 said7 pick up, get by8 make9 language, your English,financial situation, housing,relationships, etc.10 a strong accent7 acted8 continued9 had used10 had actually said11 didn’t / did not stopC: a 2 b 1 c 3B: 1 d 2 a 3 e 4 b 5 c1
Listening:B:Martin was late because he had left his book at homeso he went home to get it, spent ages banging on thedoor and then missed a train.Anna was late because she was phoning round a fewplaces looking for a flat before class.Grammar:A:1 was crying2 was he doing; were building3 was chatting4 was having5 was sorting out6 was looking for; was drivingSpeaking:A: Suggested answerSteve had a very stressful time trying to get to hisexam on time. When he woke up, he was shocked tofind he had overslept. He had been studying the nightbefore and had not gone to bed until 3 am. He got upreally quickly and went to the bus stop. He waited fora while, but the bus didn’t come and so he got a taxi.Unfortunately, the traffic was terrible and they gotstuck in a traffic jam. Steve decided to walk but whenhe looked for his wallet to pay the driver, he realisedhe had left it at home. The taxi driver was shouting athim but he got out of the taxi and ran to the college.When he arrived at the college, the exam had alreadystarted and the other students were all writing. Stevehad only written half a page when the invigilator toldthem to stop.02 FEELINGSpp. 14-15Vocabulary:A:Picture 1: The child could be exhausted, furious,upset, fed up, in a bad mood; the father could bestressed, furious, annoyed, in a bad mood; themother could feel terrible, guilty, worried, stressed;the other people could be annoyed, fed up.Picture 2: The man could be pleased, in a good mood,disappointed (but pretending to be pleased); theother people could be relaxed, pleased (and down,fed up if they wish they were retiring).Grammar:A: 1 d 2 b 3 h 4 g 5 c 6 e 7 f 8 aListening:A:Karim: a bit down, worried, upset; Belinda: fed up,stressed; Alisha: great, pleased.B:Karim’s mother is ill; Belinda has to find somewherenew to live, Alisha has finished her exams.pp. 16-17Reading:C:1 He felt lonely and depressed and wanted to dosomething different.2 He felt rather pessimistic and vulnerable.3 A woman whose dog had died and for whom thiswas the anniversary of the death of her daughter.4 He became famous through the Internet siteYouTube.5 He was told at school he could not do this kind ofwork; he learns from other people’s mistakes as wellas his own.6 He thinks many people need someone to listen toand comfort them but are too embarrassed to aska professional.D:meaningful connectionsdesperate attemptinternational starmiserable yeartrue identitysocial skillsprofessional helporiginal planVocabulary:A:1 relaxing2 annoying3 exciting4 inspiring5 confusing6 disappointingGrammar:A:1 confused2 interesting3 disappointing4 bored5 embarrassing6 scaryB:1 girl with yellow T-shirt2 girl with black hair3 boy with green T-shirt4 girl with brown hair5 boy with glasses6 blond boy at back2
03 TIME OFFpp. 18-19Listening:A/B:Louise: stressed, exhausted, shockedSarah: mysterious, happy, annoyedC:Louise: stressed and exhausted because of workinglong hours; shocked when she hears Sarah’s goingout with her boss (and when she sees him).Sarah: mysterious because she doesn’t want to talkabout her new boyfriend / boss; happy because sheloves her new job. Annoyed because people think shegot the job because of her relationship with the boss.Grammar (Present continuous):A:1 am working / are finishing2 are you doing? Are you window shopping?3 I’m (just) meeting4 I’m seeing5 are you being6 I’m not getting; I’m (just) doing7 are you doing8 we’re goingB:1 a 1, 2, 5, 6 b 3, 4, 7, 82 5 – because being means behaving / acting in thiscase see grammar reference p. 138Grammar:A:1 How is your course going? Are you still enjoying it?2 What are you doing now? Do you fancy going for acoffee?3 What is your sister doing these days? Is she stillstudying?4 Are you working this weekend? Do you want to gofor a picnic?5 Do I need a coat? Is it still raining outside?6 What are you doing here? Do you work near here?(or, Are you working near here?)7 What are you doing? Are you waiting to be served?8 What is the matter with her? Why is she shouting atme?B:1g 2e 3f 4a 5b 6h 7d 8cpp. 20-21Vocabulary:A:1 lake2 market3 square4 palace5 galleries6 castle7 theme park8 old town9 ruins10 mosqueB:a outside of townb out in the westc down by the riverd all along the coastListening:B:Discussed: St Mary’s Church, Auschwitz, Kazimierz,Nowa Huta.Claire decides to take the 2 o’clock tour of NowaHuta.C:1 wonder2 thinking3 recommend4 on what – it depends on what you like5 fan – a big fan of6 could – you could try . . .7 How about . . .8 book / place – I can call and book you a placeDeveloping Conversations:A:A I’m thinking of doing some shopping today. Can yourecommend anywhere?B Well, you could try Oxford Street. There are lots ofbig department stores there.A To be honest, I’m not really a big fan of departmentstores.B Oh, OK. Well, in that case, how about PortobelloRoad? It’s a really big street market. You can find lotsof bargains there.A Oh, that sounds great. I love that kind of thing. Is iteasy to get to?B Yes, very. Here. I’ll show you on the map.A I’m thinking of doing some sightseeing today. Canyou recommend anywhere?B Well, you could try the local museum. That’s quiteclose to here. They’ve got lots of interesting things inthere. A Right. I’m not really into museums, to behonest.B That’s OK. In that case, how about going to theRoman ruins down by the lake? There are also somenice cafes and you can swim there.A Oh, that sounds better. Is it expensive to get into?B No, it’s quite cheap. It should be only about 10.3
pp. 22-23Vocabulary:B:1 missed, lost2 stole, spoilt3 crowded, space4 poured, windyB:AnswersPlans5 upset, threw up6 ripped off, charged7 arguing, angry8 stuck, hoursReading:C:1 Because it is the busiest weekend of the year andthere are problems: traffic, delays, overcrowding andstress / arguments.2 Unions are complaining that there are not enoughpublic holidays in the UK, compared with othercountries and that many workers are not getting theirlegal holiday entitlement.3 The Union wants the government to declare threenew public holidays.4 Karoshi is Japanese for dying from overwork. It ismentioned because many Japanese workers do nottake their full holiday entitlement because they havetoo much work on.5 The high number of holidays in Puerto Rico causehigher costs, higher unemployment and higher prices,according to businesses.D:millions: people stuck in trafficeight: bank holidays, 20 days of holiday entitlementOne: holiday cancelled in France16: public holidays in Sloveniathree: amount of new public holidays union wantshundreds: people getting sunburnttwenty-one: government workers holidays in PuertoRicopp. 24-25Vocabulary:A:1c 2d 3f 4a 5b 6e 7h 8gListening:A:Andrew said it was worrying – probably because it isunnatural for the weather to be so hot at this time ofyear (Easter) and this is probably the result of globalwarming.Cristina said it was annoying because she isgoing to miss it. She will be in Italy where the forecastis not good.CristinaItaly, Sicily,holiday, beach,suntan, village oncoast, PalermoWeather Pour down, wet.AndrewWork, lunch withparents, picnic,beachHot, sunny,27 degreesGrammar:B: 1 a 2 a 3 b 4 d 5 a, c 6 a 7 b, dC:1 thinking2 ’ll3 might4 meeting5 ’s got6 might7 going to8 ’ve got to04 INTERESTSpp. 26-27Vocabulary:A:1 I stayed in and studied / took it easy / tidied up.Concept check took it easy relaxed.2 I played on the computer / golf / tennis.3 I went clubbing / cycling / walking in the country.Concept check clubbing going out to nightclubs /discos, usually involving drinking and dancing.4 I went for a meal / a ride on my bike / a swim.5 I went to the cinema / Karen’s house for dinner /a bar to watch the football.Elicit which answer is not correct and why, i.e.:1 played football (not possible – I was in the house)2 roller-blading (used with go not play, should be Iwent roller-blading)3 I went a run (should be I went for a run)4 I went for a gym (should be I went to the gym)5 I went to shopping (should be I went shopping)B:Possible answers1 I stayed in and watched TV / listened to music / theradio / read a book / sent some emails / made somephone calls / cooked dinner, etc.2 I played cards / chess / poker / volleyball /basketball, etc.3 I went shopping / jogging / swimming / running /sightseeing, etc.4 I went for a drink / a sandwich / a coffee / a run,etc.5 I went to the theatre / a restaurant / the gym / myfriend’s, etc.4
Listening:A:1 B stayed in and went to bed early – last night.2 D went shopping – on Saturday (at the weekend).3 F went to the cinema and saw The Lives of Others(a German film) – after seeing E.Grammar:A:1 all 2 every 3 quite 4 that 5 hardly 6 ’d 7 used toB:1 A So, do you read much?B Yeah, all the time. I read at least a book a week.2 A Do you go swimming a lot?B Yeah, nearly every day, unless I’m really busy.3 A Do you go to the cinema much?B Yeah, quite a lot. I probably go once every twoweeks.4 A How often do you play games on the computer?B Not that often, actually. It’s not really my kind ofthing.5 A So how often do you go to the gym?B Hardly ever now, to be honest. Today was the firsttime in ages. I used to go more often.6 A Do you ever watch your favourite team play?B Yeah, but not as much as I’d like to.7 A Do you eat out a lot?B Not as much as we used to. Before we weremarried we went out all the time.Developing Conversations:A:5 table tennis1 tennis6 judo2 football7 skiing3 swimming8 basketball4 roller-bladingpp. 28-29Listening:B:1 Because she was in a judo tournament which wasshown on TV.2 She practises every day.3 Because Rika doesn’t like talking about it – she istoo modest.C: 1 T 2 F 3 F 4 T 5 F 6 F 7 T 8 FVocabulary:A:1 unfit2 stiff3 pulled4 beat5 broke6 banged7 bloody8 fellGrammar:A:1 Rika usually practises all the techniques for at leastan hour a day.2 After her injury, Rika didn’t fi ght for a couple ofmonths.3 She’s been doing quite a lot of yoga for the last fewmonths.4 She used to get into fi ghts when she was at school.5 She’s been doing judo ever since she was a kid.B: for, since, present perfect (continuous), pastC:1 since; for2 for3 ever since; I’ve been4 were you5 have you been; Since6 did you do; Untilpp. 30-31Developing Conversations:A:A: Do you listen to music much?B: Yeah, all the time.A: What kind of music are you into?B: All sorts really but mainly pop music and R & B.A: Oh right. Anyone in particular?B: Erm, I don’t know . . . Girls Rock!, Soul Train, stufflike that.A: So have you bought anything good recently?B: Well, I downloaded this great song by K Boy. It’sfantastic.Stuff like that that kind of thingAll sorts every kindMainly mostly, especiallyAnyone in particular? (Do you like) one group ormusician / singer especially?Have you bought anything good recently? Have youbought a good single / album / CD recently?What kind of music are you into? Do you like?Vocabulary:A:Suggested answers1 pop2 hip-hop, techno, heavy metal, R&B3 heavy metal4 classical, jazz5 pop, blues6 pop, R&B7 blues, folk, classical8 any9 pop, salsa, classical, R&B10 blues5
Reading:B: The first person liked Hey Jude because it’s good tosing along to and he learnt English through theBeatles; Love Phantom because they were great live. The second person liked A Little Less Conversationbecause it reminds her of her time in Amsterdam. The third person likes The Four Seasons – thoughparts are sad – because it reminds him of life; Limón YSal because it cheers him up. The fourth person likes I Wanna Be Like Youbecause it makes her brother laugh; Underneathbecause her sister likes it. The fifth person does not like My Heart Will Go Onbecause it is commercial and sentimental; he dislikesThe Birdie Song because it’s catchy and annoying.C:1 Natalia2 Kevin3 CorinaD:1 along2 live3 reminds4 comes / is put5 match4 Toshi5 Natalia6 Kari, Kevin6 background7 do8 sentimental9 done01 REVIEWpp. 32-34Quiz:1 A head teacher runs a school.2 Holding hands: what couples or a parent and childdo. Shaking hands: what people do when they meet.3 You can sort out problems, your finances, a mess, 4 You feel annoyed / cheated when you get rippedoff because someone is stealing from you orovercharging you.5 You would be in a rush (hurry) because you are late/ short of time. You would rush someone to hospitalafter an accident / if they are at risk.6 No, it isn’t good to get sunburnt – it meansoverexposed to the sun.7 You would ignore someone you didn’t like – youwould avoid or not speak to them.8 People boast about their achievements, theirqualifications, their children, their jobs, their salaries.9 Cars, marriages, relationships and boilers can breakdown.10 You need to warm up before exercise or sport.11 You get promoted to a better job or higherposition.12 You can’t hurt a car – you can damage it. You canonly hurt people or animals.13 To practise is to try to improve at something bydoing it or parts of it. To play is to actually do it, oftenin competition with others.14 You might need cheering up if you were sad,depressed or upset.15 Bills or payments can be due, library books can bedue, assignments can be due.Pronunciation:A/B:cheek – reliefrip – skillspull – bullyboots – dueupset – therapistgallery – attempthurt – confirm sort –exhaustedbang – accenthum – wonderspa – marksloss – mosqueConnected Speech:B:e elision (where the sound disappears)c catenation (where the consonant of oneword appears to join the following vowel sound).1 At least-e, least you’re-c2 Fair enough-c3 sure it’ll-c, sort itself-c, itself out-c4 think I’ll-c, join you-c5 not worth-e, worth it-c6 Apart from-e7 Not as-c, as I-c8 Whenever I-c, get the-e9 Ten years-c, on and-c, and off-c10 On in-c11 can’t get-e, get it-c, it out-c12 it doesn’t-eListening:A: a 2 b 3 c 4 d - e 1B: a 2 b 3 c 1 d - e 4Grammar:1 look2 since3 do4 used5 started6 been7 had8 happened9 got / arrived10 running11 fell12 had13 go14 at15 are16 going17 to18 will19 might / could / may20 call / ring / text / email / contact6
Present Perfect Questions and Answers:1 walked round2 ’m meeting / am meeting3 ’ll probably / will probably stay4 ’ve been / have been5 ’s / is supposed to be-in/ -ed Adjectives:1 disappointed2 scary; terrified3 fascinating4 moving5 depressing; upliftingDeveloping Conversations:1f 2a 3g 4h5d 6b 7c 8eCollocations:1e 2g 3f 4b 5j6 c 7 i 8 a 9 d 10 hLanguage Patterns:1 How much did that cost, if you don’t mind measking?2 I’d rather not sit in the front row, if you don’t mind.3 We didn’t expect to have such / so much difficultyfinding the place.4 I only brought a T-shirt as I expected that it wouldbe warmer.5 It depends on my dad whether I can go out or not.6 It depends how much it costs.7 She goes swimming every day – if she isn’t busy /unless she’s busy.8 I never managed to win – not even once!Forming Words:1 accommodation2 response3 loss4 heat5 entitlementVocabulary:1 beaten2 lost3 attempting4 set5 highlight6 evidence7 increases8 linked9 making05 WORKING LIFEVocabulary:A:estate agentsecurity guardplumberlabourerelectriciansurgeonB: competitive lots of people want it / try to get it well-paid it has a good salary rewarding makes you feel you are doingsomething worthwhile or useful insecure could suddenly come to an end responsibility duty to take charge or deal withSomething creative having the ability to invent original ornew ideas stressful causing stress or anxiety physically demanding requiring a lot of physicalenergy or strength varied having a lot of different aspects paperwork documents, reports and forms thatneed completingListening:A:1 Amanda works as a graphic designer for a mobilephone company, Ivan is a student2 Ivan worked for a law firm before, Amanda workedfor a company that designed websites3 Ivan wants to be a civil servant (as it’s a job for life)4 Amanda is 33, Ivan 30B:1 in2 get into3 applied4 moments5 meet6 something7 stressful8 underVocabulary:A: 1 c 2 e 3 d 4 b 5aDeveloping Conversations:B:It can be (yes / but . . .)Not reallyYeah, it is7
pp.38-39Grammar:A:1 have to2 don’t have to3 can4 have to5 can6 don’t have to7 have to8 can9 have toC:1 lifeguard2 optician3 vetListening:B: 1 7 2 14 farmer5 tour guide6 firefighterC:Human guinea pigs 2, 3Embalmers 4, 6, 8Call centre workers 5, 7 and possibly 4 – though thisis not explicitly statedRecycling plant worker 1, 3D: Human guinea pigs – can be quick and easy way ofmaking money, helping science Embalmers – rewarding, families are grateful Call centre workers – good money, hard to find jobsin Mumbai Recycling plant worker – likes colleagues, has alaugh33C:send personal emailsget a computer virusinfect the whole systemwork in a law firmhave a strict dress codewear smart trousershave a quick wordperform in a school concertask at short noticeE:1 get2 cramped3 way4 slammed5 grateful6 wage7 effects8 averageVocabulary:A:I’m even used to the smell now (embalmer)I even got used to being dirty all the time (recyclingplant worker)Grammar:A:1 You’re not allowed to2 I’m supposed to3 I have to / I’m allowed to4 supposed to5 We are allowed to6 shouldn’t really7 I should really8 You’re not really supposed toB:1 I’m used to it2 I’m slowly getting used to it / getting used to itslowly3 I’ll just have to get used to it4 took me a while to get used to it5 I’m totally used to it now6 I don’t think I’ll ever get used toB: You’re not allowed to carry a knife / anything sharp/ liquid in your hand luggage. You’re not allowed tobring in / smuggle in anything illegal. You shouldn’t really / you’re not supposed to lie onthe grass / to take your dog on the grass. You’re not allowed to come in wearing trainers. Youshould really wear smart clothes.06 GOING SHOPPINGpp. 40-41Reading:A:1 The author wrote the article because of a televisionprogramme starting about terrible jobs in the 19thcentury.2 The rest of the article gives examples and details ofterrible jobs in the present.pp. rriblecutetackyhow things are wovencarvedmaterialclayleatherSilkwoodenplastic8
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