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1.

Tracey was very unhappy and scared. She was starting a new school.

“I _________
NOT/WANT
_________ to go to school today,” Tracey told her
father.

“I understand, Tracey,” he said. “Starting a new school can be very difficult.
But you have to.”

A month
before _________
THEY
_________ family had moved to a new
town and everything was still new and strange for Tracey. Dad smoothed
Tracey’s hair down and _________
GIVE
_________ her a little hug,

“When your classes _________
BE
_________ over, I’ll pick you up, o
k?”

When Tracey got to school and looked at the big building, she thought, “I
wish I _________
CAN
_________ run away,” but she knew it was
impossible. She took a deep breath and walked up the steps to school. She
went straight into her _________
FIVE
________
_ grade classroom.

“That must be Tracey,” “Hello, Tracey!”, “Welcome, Tracey!” the
_________
CHILD
_________ in the room welcomed her.

Everyone seemed friendly and Tracey felt a little
_________
GOOD
_________.

The father picked her up after school.


“How was
your day?” he asked. To his surprise Tracey answered that she
_________
LIKE
_________ her new school.

“You are a brave girl,” her father said. “I’m proud of you.”


DON’T WANT




THEIR


GAVE

ARE


COULD


FIFTH


CHILDREN


BETTER



LIKED



2.

It was about 6pm when I heard a knock on the door. It
_________BE_________ Jason, my teenage neighbour. He looked cold



“What’s wrong, Jason?”

“I _________LOSE_________ my key and I can’t get into my house.”

“Come in. Today’s not a day for long

walks, or long waits,” I looked out the
window. It _______SNOW_________ hard and it was windy. The weather


Jason _________TAKE_________ off his coat and boots. His
im a pair of socks to
change into. A cup of hot tea and some biscuits soon made the boy feel
warm.

“Where are your parents, Jason?”

“I _________NOT/KNOW_________. I can’t call them because of this,” he
pulled his phone out of his pocket and showed it to me



the screen
_________BREAK_________ and the phone was obviously dead.

Jason focused on the food again. He took his _________FOUR_________
biscuit and said: “I wish my mum could make biscuits like this.”


WAS



HAVE LOST


WAS SNOWING

WORSE

TOOK

FEET




DON’T KNOW


WAS BROKEN

FOURTH



3.

By today’s standards, my mobile phone is pretty basic. It’s a Nokia. It’s a
small device that receives telephone calls and sends text messages. Other
than that, my phone _________NOT/DO_________ much. Most of my
friends wis
h they _________HAVE_________ smartphones because they
are cool and trendy. They say the _________GOOD_________ thing about
a smartphone is that you ‘can do everything with it!’ That’s right,
smartphones have many more functions than a simple phone, howeve
r, not
all of them are needed. In everyday life, smartphones
replying to emails, and playing games. Grown
-
ups as well as
________CHILD__________ like playing games. Anyway, I prefer my good

old Nokia. It’s my ________ONE__________ mobile phone. When I bought
it, it didn’t cost _________I_________ very much. And I am not afraid
anyone will ever steal it.


It’s also very reliable. Yesterday I dropped it. It
_________FLY_________ down the stair
case and hit the wall. I thought
that _________BE_________ the end of it and I would have to buy a new
one. But nothing of the kind


it still works properly!




DOES NOT DO

HAD

BEST




ARE USED


CHILDREN

FIRST

ME


FLEW

WAS


4.

When I came into the room, my
computer was on. It worried me since I
_________NOT/REMEMBER_________ switching it on. I looked around



there _________BE_________ nobody in my room and everything was in
its usual place.


Suddenly I _________UNDERSTAND_________



the
book had gone! I h
ad left it on the table but it wasn’t there any more. I
checked the window



it _________CLOSE_________. That meant that
someone had come into the room through the door. My
_________ONE_________ impulse was to call the police but I called Jim
instead. “Wh
at _________HAPPEN_________?” Jim sounded sleepy. I
explained that someone _________TAKE_________ the book. “Oh, no!”
Jim sounded unhappy. “Have you any idea how valuable it is?” “There’s
another thing I ________NOT/CAN__________ understand,” I interrupted

Jim. “My computer’s on but I always switch it off before leaving home.” “Ok,
stay at home. I’ll be at _________YOU_________ place in half an hour,” he
said and the phone went dead.



DIDN’T REMEMBER

WAS

UNDERSTOOD


WAS CLOSED


FIRST

HAS HAPPENED

HAD TAKE
N


CANNOT


YOUR



5.

Linda was looking forward to her holidays. First of all, she
_________FEEL_________ really tired from school and wanted to have a
break. The _________TWO_________reason

was that they were going to
take a trip to the mountains. Linda enjoyed it very much when they went
somewhere all together as a family. They _________NOT/DO_________ it
very often since her parents were very busy people. Linda
________NOT/CAN__________ sk
i but the prospect didn’t scare her. She
learnt everything very quickly, especially when her father taught
________SHE__________. He was the
________GOOD__________teacher in the world!

“I _________BUY_________ special sunglasses for skiing,” Linda boasted
to her father. “Have a look! Nice, aren’t they?”

“They are,” he gave Linda a quick look and turned back to his computer. He
important.

Linda could see diagrams on the screen. They
_________DRA
W_________ in different colours which made them look
complicated.



FELT

SECOND


DIDN

T DO


COULD NOT SKI


HER

BEST

HAVE BOUGHT



WAS PREPARING



WERE DRAWN



6.

Tim woke up later than usual. It was Sunday and he
_________HAVE_________ lots of plans for the day. He was in the
bathroom cleaning his _________TOOTH_________ when he heard some
unfamiliar voices from the veranda.


“Who could they be?” Tim
_________THINK
_________. When he came into the room, his mum and
two other women ________CHAT__________ happily and didn’t notice
him. Tim coughed to attract _________THEY_________ attention. “Oh,
Tim, you’re up already!” his mother sounded excited. “Meet my school
frie
nds, Linda and Emma.” Linda shook his hand, Emma smiled and said:
“We _________BE_________ happy to meet you, Tim.” Your mum showed
us your photo, but you are much _________YOUNG_________ there. Join
us for tea. I wish we _________CAN_________ talk about o
ur school days
for ages, but we have some other business to discuss with your mother. It’s
going to be interesting for you, too.” Tim sat at the table. Emma had some
papers in her hands but Tim couldn’t read what
_________PRINT_________ there



the letter
s were too small.



HAD

TEETH


THOUGHT

WERE CHATTING

THEIR



ARE

YOUNGER

COULD




WAS PRINTED



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