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Example: You looked very boring  / bored  during his speech.1 We found the instructions for the hard disk recorder very confused  / confusing .2 That supermarket’s good, but the long queues leave me feeling infuriating  / infuriated .3 That newspaper story is simply astonished  / astonishing !4 Robert was so embarrassed  / embarrassing  when he got your name wrong.5 My job can be rather stressing  / stressful  at times.6 We both felt inspired  / inspiring  to do some sport after watching the Olympics. 6 GRAMMAR 1  Underline the correct verb forms. Example: You wouldn’t be  / wouldn’t have been  here now if you hadn’t worked hard.1 You could come to the beach now if you ’d done  / ’d have done  the cleaning earlier.2 I ’d have cleaned  / ’d   clean  your car if I’d known you wanted it back today.3 They wouldn’t be so desperate for lunch if they ’d eaten  / ’d have eaten  breakfast.4 I  wouldn’t go  / wouldn’t have gone  to that college if I’d known the teaching was poor.5 I’d be happy to give you a hand if I ’d known  / knew anything about gardening.6 If they were listening  / ’d listened  to what I told them then they wouldn’t be confused. 6 2  Complete the sentences with the correct words(s) from the box. be can live not have come buy stop not start not beExample: I wish my hair was  longer.1 I do wish you ________ playing that song over and over again – it’s driving me mad!2 I wish I ________ smoking. It’s so hard to give up.3 I wish the bus ________ soon! I’ve been waiting here for twenty minutes.4 Don’t you wish you ________ in a quieter part of town?5 I wish you ________ so busy – I’d love to come and visit you.6 Do you think Ela sometimes wishes she ________ curly hair?7 My mum has always wished she ________ ride a horse.8 I’m hungry. I wish I ________ something to eat when we were in that shop.   8  2 English File Upper-intermediate Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2014 NAME CLASS ENGLISH FILE Upper-intermediate 5 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation B PRONUNCIATION 7  Underline the stressed syllable. Example: o | ffen | ded1 des | pe | rate2 o | ver | whelmed3 ho | rri | fy | ing4 de | vas | ta | ted5 dis | a | ppoin | ting 5 8  Match the words with the same sound. am a zed pr ou d devast a ted aston i shed inf  u riated st u nnedExample: ash a med amazed 1 d e lighted ____ 2 g u tted ____ 3 conf  u sing ____ 4 gr a teful ____ 5 d ow n ____    5 Pronunciation total 10 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50 5  Complete the sentences with the correct form of the word. Example: disappoint  It was very disappointing  that he didn’t come. It always disappoints  me when people behave like that. 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I’m so lonely here and I’m d  ________ to see someone!6 I hope you weren’t o  ________ when I said that your cake was a bit heavy.7 We were s  ________ when we heard that Jack was in hospital. He seemed so healthy!8 I’d be extremely g  ________ if you could help me to clean up all this mess. 8 Vocabulary total 20  3 English File Upper-intermediate Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2014 NAME CLASS ENGLISH FILE Upper-intermediate 5 Reading and Writing B dying of thirst was the worst of all possible deaths. Fearing such a long and painful death, he decided to cut his wrists with a knife. But, short of water, his blood was thick and would not flow. (–––– 5 ––––) Five more days passed until, miraculously, a group of Tuareg nomads found him and took him to a village. Marco discovered he was in Algeria, 130 miles away from the race course. A She had tied it to herself moments before the boat had first gone under the waves.B A sandstorm developed as he was running, which covered the marks of the course he was following with sand.C In desperation, he headed out into the desert one more time, expecting to die.D Something went wrong, and soon disaster struck.E It was an unequal battle, and the boat soon turned over.F We wonder what we would have done in similar impossible situations, and find it hard to imagine how these people found the strength to stay alive. Reading total 10 WRITING Write an article for your school magazine about the following topic: ‘An exciting trip’. Write 140–180 words. Include the following information: ã say when and where the trip took placeã describe what happenedã explain how you felt after this experience Writing total 10 Reading and Writing total 20 READING Read the article about survival. Five sentences have been removed. Which sentence ( A–F ) fits each gap ( 1–5 )? There is one extra sentence you do not need to use. Survival Stories We’ve all heard amazing stories in which people struggle heroically to survive against all the odds. (–––– 1 ––––) The truth, though, is that not all survivors are quite so heroic. As these two stories show, the will to survive isn’t always so strong.As an experienced sailor, Lynn Walker knows nothing is ever certain on the high seas. However, when she took on the job of sailing a luxury yacht from Tahiti to San Diego, she must have believed that it would be one of the less complicated trips she had done. Little did she know that after a week of calm sailing, the weather would change dramatically, bringing a tropical depression from Central America to blast the yacht with 20-metre-high waves. Lynn found herself battling against Hurricane Raymond. (–––– 2 ––––)Lynn was unconscious for a long time. When she did finally come round, she realized that the boat had miraculously righted itself, and that she had been saved by the lifeline connecting her to the boat. (–––– 3 ––––) Tragically, she could see Simon, her boyfriend, lying dead in the water.There was plenty of food on the boat, and the weather was calm again, but Lynn could only feel an overwhelming sense of hopelessness. She found that she couldn’t eat, and simply sat on the soaking wet deck. It was as if she had given up, and was waiting to die. Then, all of a sudden, a voice in her head told her to survive. She managed to put up a makeshift sail, and, consulting the surviving charts on the boat, somehow sailed to Hawaii.Another story is set in the thrilling, yet terrifying, Marathon des Sables, arguably the world’s toughest foot race. Competitors attempt a six-day 250-km run across the Sahara desert in temperatures of over 45 degrees. Just imagine getting lost. That, however, is exactly what happened to an Italian policeman called Marco Contadino, a regular competitor, when he took part in the race in 1996. (–––– 4 ––––) Marco should have stopped and waited for the storm to calm down, but he kept on, desperate to stay in seventh place in the race, only to find that when the wind dropped he could no longer see the course. He reached for his water bottle and found there were only a few drops left in the bottom of it.For three whole days Marco tried to find his way back to the course, with barely any water and no idea what direction he was heading in. He started to visualize the agonizing death he would soon have to face. 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A I would leave a note about the wallet somewhere nearby.B I would not pick it up.C I would take it and spend the money.D I would phone the police.E I would look for contact details in the wallet.F I would want some money for being honest.Speaker 1: Speaker 2: Speaker 3: Speaker 4: Speaker 5: 5 2  Listen to a man talking about an explorer and his achievements. Underline the correct answer. 1 Sir Ranulph Fiennes was successful on his  first  / second  / third attempt to climb Everest.2   Since he was a child, Sir Ranulph has disliked the thought of heights  / cold weather  / getting lost .3 At the top of the mountain, Sir Ranulph thought the  moon  / clouds  / stars  were nearly close enough to reach.4   When he reached the top of Everest, he didn’t feel particularly proud  / happy  / well .5 Sir Ranulph carried a  radio  / camera  / flag  from a charity in England with him. 5 Listening total 10
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