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B2 PROGRESS CHECK 2

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  • WHAT IS IT? The part of an aeroplane where the pilots sit.
    the cockpit
  • Personally, I found the ending really GRIPPING / CONFUSING but everyone else seemed to get it.
    confusing
  • CORRECT THE MISTAKE IN THIS SENTENCE: Whichever you do, don’t cheat in your exam.
    WHATEVER you do
  • COUNTABLE, UNCOUNTABLE OR BOTH? Business
    BOTH
  • CORRECT THE MISTAKE IN THIS SENTENCE: I wouldn’t to ask him if I were you. He’s in a bad mood.
    I wouldn't ask him
  • COUNTABLE, UNCOUNTABLE OR BOTH? Luggage
    UNCOUNTABLE
  • WHAT IS IT? The object in a car that you use to turn left and right: _____ wheel
    steering
  • CORRECT THE MISTAKE IN THIS SENTENCE: An advice the tourist guide gave us was really useful.
    THE advice
  • Complete with a first or second conditional: "If I didn't have this class right now, ... "
    Second conditional: IF past simple/continuous, WOULD + infinitive
  • WHAT IS IT? The thing you wear while cycling to protect your head
    a helmet
  • CORRECT THE MISTAKE IN THIS SENTENCE: My city has a big problem with the congestion.
    with congestion
  • CORRECT THE MISTAKE IN THIS SENTENCE: You might want try using a spellchecker to check your spelling.
    want TO try
  • PAST SIMPLE, PERFECT OR PERFECT CONT: We _______ (visit) the exhibition that our friend _______ (tell) us about the week before.
    VISITED / HAD TOLD
  • CORRECT THE MISTAKE IN THIS SENTENCE: You could to try doing an online class for extra practice.
    COULD TRY
  • CORRECT THE MISTAKE IN THIS SENTENCE: You ought ask your teacher for advice.
    ought TO
  • CORRECT THE MISTAKE IN THIS SENTENCE: He has better arrive soon or we’ll be late for the seminar.
    he HAD better
  • PAST SIMPLE, PERFECT OR PERFECT CONT: We ____ (sleep) for four hours when she suddenly _____ (wake) us up.
    HAD ALREADY BEEN SLEEPING / WOKE
  • Complete with a first or second conditional: "If I fail this next exam, ... "
    first conditional: future form (will, won't, be going to, etc.)
  • WHAT IS IT? The busy part of the day when people are travelling to and from work
    rush hour
  • Complete with a first or second conditional: "I would definitely study abroad if ... "
    Second conditional: IF past simple/continuous, WOULD + infinitive
  • PAST SIMPLE, PERFECT OR PERFECT CONT: We _____ (be) disappointed to hear that the show ____ (be cancelled) because the singer was unwell.
    WERE / HAD BEEN CANCELLED
  • From the lighting to the stage design, the whole SET / CAST was incredible.
    set
  • PAST SIMPLE, PERFECT OR PERFECT CONT: That evening, the children _____ (tell) their father which animals they ______ (see) at the zoo.
    TOLD / HAD SEEN
  • It had sold 20 million copies, making it the BEST-SELLING / BEST-SELLER book of the year.
    best-selling
  • WHAT IS IT? Information you hear through the speakers at a train station or at an airport. (starts with an A)
    an announcement
  • COUNTABLE, UNCOUNTABLE OR BOTH? View
    COUNTABLE
  • The film had an unexpected STORYLINE / TWIST at the end that nobody had seen coming.
    twist
  • WHAT IS IT? The feeling of tiredness after a long plane journey
    a jetlag
  • COUNTABLE, UNCOUNTABLE OR BOTH? Noise
    BOTH
  • Complete with a first or second conditional: "Assuming I can finish my homework on time, I ....... to meet my friends."
    AM GOING / First conditional: future form --> GOING TO for personal plans
  • CORRECT THE MISTAKE IN THIS SENTENCE: I’ve been thinking about starting ice cream business.
    AN ice cream business
  • PAST SIMPLE, PERFECT OR PERFECT CONT: By the time he ________ (arrive) at the cinema, the film ________ (already / start).
    ARRIVED / HAD ALREADY STARTED
  • Complete with a first or second conditional: "I will have to stay inside tonight, unless ......... "
    First conditional: IF (/unless) future form, present simple/cont
  • CORRECT THE MISTAKE IN THIS SENTENCE: Dubrovnik is a beautiful city, located in south of Croatia.
    in THE south
  • WHO IS IT? Someone who regularly travels between home and work
    a commuter
  • PAST SIMPLE, PERFECT OR PERFECT CONT: They ______ (be) very tired in the evening because they _____ (help out) in the shop all day.
    WERE / HAD BEEN HELPING OUT