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Pre-FCE total review

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    A general revision of the Grammar and vocabulary covered in level 6 upper-intermediate English
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  • Look at Joe all sweaty in lycra! He must ..................... have been running OR have run
    must have been running.
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  • Correct the mistake: By the time the guests had finally turned up, the soup went cold
    By the time the guests finally turned up, the soup had gone cold
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  • Correct the mistake: My grandma would have an old stone oven where she baked bread every day.
    My grandma used to have an old stone oven where she baked bread every day.
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  • Correct the mistake: I wouldn't have been so hungry if I didn't forget to eat breakfast
    I wouldn't have been so hungry if I hadn't forgotten to eat breakfast
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  • Correct the mistake: The taxi driver asked me where was I going
    The taxi driver asked me where I was going
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  • Correct the mistake: Jessica had been modeling since three years before she became truly famous.
    Jessica had been modeling for three years before she became truly famous.
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  • Correct the mistake: The house, that is featured in this magazine, actually belongs to a friend of mine
    The house, which is featured in this magazine, actually belongs to a friend of mine
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  • Correct the mistake: We used to wear second-hand clothes because our parents couldn't afford buying us new ones.
    We used to wear second-hand clothes because our parents couldn't afford to buy us new ones.
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  • He sold the land ...... belonged to his brother
    which/that
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  • Combine the sentences using the correct relative pronoun:The letter arrived this morning. My brother sent it.
    The letter that/which my brother sent me arrived me this morning.
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  • Correct the mistake: Where you go for your last holiday?
    Where did you go for your last holiday?
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  • Although this coat is easily/slightly more expensive than that one, it's far better quality
    Although this coat is slightly more expensive than that one, it's far better quality
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  • Carole and Mark had known/knew each other for years before they started dating
    Carole and Mark had known each other for years before they started dating
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  • Fruit bought from the supermarket is not nearly as/far good as fruit from the market.
    Fruit bought from the supermarket is not nearly as good as fruit from the market.
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  • I was wondering did she speak / if she spoke to her doctor about her headaches
    I was wondering if she spoke to her doctor about her headaches
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  • Correct the mistake: Michael already has seen that film
    Michael has already seen that film
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  • I began my first job as a fast-food mascot when I was 17 years old, and I must/had to dress up as a chicken
    I began my first job as a fast-food mascot when I was 17 years old, and I had to dress up as a chicken
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  • Phrasal verbs: Joel looks a lot like his mother, but in temperament he takes...................... his dad
    takes after
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  • Phrasal verbs: Alice was ....................................... up by her grandparents, as her parents worked abroad
    brought up
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  • Phrasal verbs: Do you .................. .................... ............. your work colleagues?Yes, we have a really friendly relationship
    get on with
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  • Causative: Why did Brian go to the doctor? (blood pressure/measure)
    to get/have his blood pressure measured
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  • Causative: Why did Stacey call the builders? (roof/repair)
    To get/have her roof repaired
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  • Infinitive/Gerund: Mrs Rogers loves her house and can't imagine ..............anywhere else. to live / living
    imagine living
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  • I wouldn't jump out of a plane unless you give/gave/had given me a million dollars
    gave
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  • Don't stop to believe/believing, hold on to that feeling
    stop believing
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  • Jane didn't reserve a ticket, furthermore/therefore she doesn't have a seat
    therefore
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  • Despite/whereas both his parents have brown eyes, Bobby has blue ones
    Whereas
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  • I'll go to the wedding supposing/provided that I don't have to wear a suit
    provided that
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  • Tom (future perfect finish) his Masters degree by next Autumn
    will have finished
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  • Convert active to passive sentence: This shop has sold shoes for over a decade
    Shoes have been sold in this shop for over a decade
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  • Convert active to passive sentence: Jim Henson created the Muppets in 1955
    The muppets were created by Jim Henson in 1955
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  • While/However I don't like most rap, I really like Kendrick Lamar
    While
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  • Convert to reported speech: 'Where has she been?" Could you tell........
    Could you tell me where she has been?
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  • What's the noun form of the verb 'choose'?
    Choice
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  • Causative: Why did Ray go to the opticians? Because he needed to .............(eyes/check)
    Because he needed to get/have his eyes checked
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  • What's the noun form of the adjective 'long'?
    length
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  • Phrasal verbs: It took Amy a long time to get around/over her dog's death
    get over
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  • How would you say this in direct speech? Phoebe told me that her mother wouldn´t let her out the following day Phoebe: '..................................................................'
    Phoebe: 'My mother won't let me out tomorrow'
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  • Which of these is WRONG? Hazel has a crooked, hooked nose, but she's very attractive nonetheless / instead
    instead
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  • Convert to reported speech: Dave to Carmen: 'What are you going to do after you finish high school?' Dave asked ......................................................................
    Dave asked Carmen what she was going to do after she finished high school
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  • What's the antonym of 'comfortable'?
    uncomfortable
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  • What's the antonym of 'agreeable'?
    disagreeable
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  • Karen kept forgetting paying / to pay the electricity bill until they eventually cut her off
    to pay
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  • I took a short travel/trip to Madrid last weekend
    trip
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  • Penelope wouldn't have felt so guilty if she ...................................(tell) her parents the truth
    had told
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  • Mr Carmichael ........................... (have) a more pleasant experience if he had stayed in a nicer hotel.
    would have had
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  • If God had wanted Man to fly, He ............................ (give) us wings.
    would have given
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  • Phrasal verbs: Jamie has quite a bland diet, because he isn't very ................ on spicy food.
    keen
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  • Which is CORRECT? EVEN IF / PROVIDED THAT you gave me a million dollars, I still wouldn't date you
    EVEN IF
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  • Which is CORRECT? The kids need to go to the toilet now UNLESS / OTHERWISE they'll complain throughout the entire journey
    OTHERWISE
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