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1 Paper 3: Use of English Present Perfect Simple vs. Continuous travel work present get not finish visit do I (1)……………………wildlife programmes for years now, and I (2)………….. some incredible things. I (3) ……….. some amazing places and I (4)………… very close to some of the most dangerous animals on the planet! We (5)…………………. on a new TV series about Africa since April. We (6)………………….. all over southern Africa in a really comfortable bus and we (7) ………..… yet! To be honest, were all getting tired of being on the road. have been presenting have done have visited have got have been working have been travelling havent finished

2 Paper 3: Use of English Reporting verbs – Use these verbs to report sentences. More than one answer may be possible. suggested threatened wondered complained offered wanted to know 1. Shall we sit near the front? 1. One of the tourists… 1. One of the tourists suggested that they sat near the front. 2. What time does the show start? 2. A member of the audience … 2. A member of the audience wanted to know what time the show started.

3 Paper 3: Use of English Reporting verbs – Use these verbs to report sentences. More than one answer may be possible. suggested threatened wondered complained offered wanted to know 3. I cant see anything from where Im sitting. 3. One tourist … 3. One tourist complained he/she couldnt see anything from where he/she was sitting. 4. Ill get you a concert programme if you havent got one. 4. The man sitting next to me … 4. The man sitting next to me offered to get me a concert programme.

4 Paper 3: Use of English Reporting verbs – Use these verbs to report sentences. More than one answer may be possible. suggested threatened wondered complained offered wanted to know 5. Can anybody afford to eat in this restaurant? 5. A passer-by … 5. A passer-by wondered if anyone could afford to eat in that restaurant. 6. Anyone selling match tickets illegally will be fined. 6. A club official … 6. A club official threatened that anyone selling match tickets illegally would be fined.

5 Paper 3: Use of English Reporting verbs – Use these verbs to report sentences. More than one answer may be possible. suggested threatened wondered complained offered wanted to know 7. Are you eating in the hotel tonight, Tom? 7. A friend … 7. A friend wanted to know if Tom was eating in the hotel that night. 8. This guidebook is dreadful. 8. A sightseer … 8. A sightseer complained that the guidebook was dreadful.

6 Paper 3: Use of English Reporting verbs – Use these verbs to report sentences. More than one answer may be possible. suggested threatened wondered complained offered wanted to know 9. We could visit the modern art museum. 9. Ellen … 9. Ellen suggested that we could visit the modern art. 10. Can anybody tell me if Mary has returned from her business trip to China? 10. The boss … 10. The boss wondered if anyone could tell him if Mary had returned from her business trip to China.

7 Paper 3: Use of English -ing or infinitive? Complete these sentences with a suitable verb in the –ing or infinitive form. 1. What do you want ………...… this weekend? 2. If you want to be a pianist, youll have to practise ……….… the piano every evening. 3. Did you manage ……… a nice present for Sally? 4. Have you all finished ……….… your essay? 5. The twins are learning..……….….. French. to do playing to buy writing to speak

8 Paper 3: Use of English Using the –ing form Complete these sentences using these verbs in the –ing form. hire go take drive 1. I suggest (us) …………… a picnic to the beach. 2. I recommend …………… to the airport. 3.I suggest (them)…………... a car on holiday. 4. I would (definitely) recommend ………… on a cruise. Note: I recommend you to go on a cruise. taking driving hiring going

9 Paper 3: Use of English Using the passive 1. Why not take your parents to the theatre? 1. I recommend that …. 1. I recommend that your parents should be taken to the theatre. 2. It might be a good idea to give the children a free afternoon tomorrow. 2. I suggest that …. 2. I suggest that the children should be given a free afternoon tomorrow.

10 Paper 3: Use of English Using the passive 3. You should encourage students to read more. 3. I recommend that …. 3. I recommend that students should be encouraged to read more. 4. What about showing the students the old castle? 4. I suggest that …. 4. I suggest that the students should be shown the old castle.

11 Paper 3: Use of English Prepositions + -ing Complete these sentences with the correct form of a suitable verb. 1. The students are worried about ……… the test tomorrow. 2. Im not very fond of ………… my holidays in the mountains. 3. Please dont blame me for ……………. Olivia your secret. 4. Do you ever get tired of ……… to the same music all the time? 5. Im fed up with ……………. out. Lets go to the theatre tonight instead of staying in. 6. Everyone in our family has always been interested in …….… to other countries. 7. You havent got any excuse for ……………. me to do all the housework. doing spending telling listening not going out travelling leaving

12 Paper 3: Use of English Phrasal verbs with hang hang up hang about hang on hang out hang back 1. Dont … if you have something you really want to tell me. 1. Dont hang back if you have something you really want to tell me. 2. I hate it when people just … when theyve got the wrong number. 2. I hate it when people just hang up when theyve got the wrong number. 3. I like … in the shopping centre with my friends. 3. I like hanging out in the shopping centre with my friends.

13 Paper 3: Use of English Phrasal verbs with hang hang up hang about hang on hang out hang back 4. You need to …. tight or you might fall off the ski lift. 4. You need to hang on tight or you might fall off the ski lift. 5. Those people … at the end of the road look a bit suspicious. 5. Those people hanging about at the end of the road look a bit suspicious.

14 Paper 3: Use of English Missing words - Complete the gaps with a suitable word. 1. Will Ben make ……..… in the world of business? 2. Bens mum is …..… sure he will succeed that shed given up her job to manage his career. 3. This is …….… first time Ive ever been abroad. 4. …………..….. I only work one night a week, the job is tiring. 5. Ben has absolutely.…… intention of doing anything else. 6. Bens mum has faith ……….. her sons talents. 7. Ive been working ……….. lunch-time. 8. Some young DJs work just …….… fun. 9. It was …….... a visit to Spain that he started his career. 10. Top DJs can earn …..….. much as film stars. it so the Although no in since for on as


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