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Complete B2 First for Schools - Unit 1 review

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    Personality adjectives / phrasal verbs / make and do / present perfect simple and continuous
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  • Hugo is very t________ – he often helps his grandparents with the shopping.
    thoughtful
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  • My parents allow my brother to come home any time he likes because they know he is very r________.
    responsible
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  • Pascale is very h____-w________, so she’s bound to finish her part of the project on time.
    hard-working
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  • David is so u________ that you can never trust him to do what he says he’s going to do.
    unreliable
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  • Melanie is very s____-c________ and not afraid of meeting new people.
    self-confident
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  • I wouldn’t have criticised you if I had known how s________ you were!
    sensitive
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  • Helen is very young, but she behaves in a m________ and responsible way.
    mature
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  • Luis is a very e________ person, who is always trying new sports and activities.
    energetic
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  • It’s Toby’s birthday next week. We need to c____ u____ w____ some ideas for a present.
    come up with
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  • I can see the family resemblance. You’ve got your father’s eyes – you really t____ a____ him, don’t you?
    take after
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  • A: Why are you standing by the window? B: I’m l____ o____ f____ the delivery person. I’m expecting an important package today.
    looking out for
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  • I don’t feel like doing much this weekend. I think that I’ll just c____ o____ around the house.
    chill out
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  • We’ll need to t____ o____ the new internet streaming service – I’ve heard it’s much better than the others but I want to see it for myself before I pay for it.
    try out
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  • I must apologise to my sister. We f____ o____ over something really small and had a massive argument. I hope she’ll forgive me.
    fell out
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  • Could you (do / make) me a favour and let me copy your notes from the last class?
    do
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  • Do you mind if I use your phone? I’ve got to (do / make) an urgent phone call.
    make
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  • I’ll (do / make) the shopping on my way home this evening.
    do
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  • I’ve got so much homework to (do / make) that I can’t come out with you tonight.
    do
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  • Marco has (do / make) a big effort with his students, so I’m afraid he’s a bit disappointed with their results.
    made
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  • Sarah wasn’t enjoying the party, so she (do / make) an excuse and left.
    made
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  • We phoned the police because our neighbours were (do / make) too much noise.
    making
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  • My mum’s (do / make) an English course in the evenings, and I sometimes help her with her homework.
    doing
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  • Present perfect simple or continuous: I’m celebrating because my team (win) the league!
    has won
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  • Present perfect simple or continuous: At last you (arrive) – we (expect) you for ages.
    have arrived / have been expecting
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  • Present perfect simple or continuous: Of course I’m annoyed. I (spend) ages preparing for this party and no one (turn up) yet.
    have spent / has turned up
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  • Present perfect simple or continuous: We (have) a really interesting time. Gavin (tell) us about his trip round the world.
    have been having OR have had / has been telling OR has told
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  • Present perfect simple or continuous: Kate (lose) weight recently because she (get) more exercise.
    has lost OR has been losing / has been getting
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  • Present perfect simple or continuous: I wonder if Irina (finish) reading that book yet. I (wait) to read it for ages.
    has finished / have been waiting
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  • Present perfect simple or continuous: Tatiana is so greedy! She (eat) all the cakes and she (not leave) any for us.
    has eaten / hasn't left
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  • Present perfect simple or continuous: Paolo (look) very tired recently. I think it’s because he (study) too hard.
    has been looking / has been studying
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  • Present perfect simple or continuous: There are a few countries Gavin still (not tell) us about, but I get the impression he (see) almost everything!
    hasn't told / has seen
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