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The numbers after the answer tell you which unit and unit section of the book has information and practice on that grammar point For example, the numbers 3 1, 3 refer to Unit 3, sections 1 and 3 Test A A 1 My sister goes 3 1, 3 2 I don’t get up 3 2, 3 3 Mike tries 3 1, 3 4 he doesn’t usually succeed 3 2, 3 5 I’m not 2 1 6 Do you eat 4 2 7 I don’t usually like 4 1 8 Mike studies 3 1, 3 9 he eats 3 1, 3 10 Does he have 4 2 11 I don’t know 4 1 12 He doesn’t tell 3 2 13 Do you drive 4 2 14 There are. Key to the tests The numbers after the answer tell you which unit and unit section of the book has information and practice on that grammar point For example, the numbers 3.1, refer to Unit 3, sections and Test A A 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 My sister goes 3.1, I don’t get up 3.2, Mike tries 3.1, he doesn’t usually succeed 3.2, I’m not 2.1 Do you eat 4.2 I don’t usually like 4.1 Mike studies 3.1, he eats 3.1, Does he have 4.2 I don’t know 4.1 He doesn’t tell 3.2 Do you drive 4.2 There aren’t 3.2, my sister wants 4.1 we both walk 3.1, B 10 11 12 sitting 5.3 swimming 5.3 ✓ 5.4 shopping 5.3 We like 6.4 ✓ 5.4 ✓ 6.2 I know 6.4 ✓ 6.2 shining 5.4 ✓ 5.4 I understand 6.4 C 10 11 12 13 I’m finishing 7.2 I’m thinking 7.4 I’m not actually doing 7.1 Do you want 7.3 It’s raining 7.4 I never go out 7.1 you know 7.3 I think 7.3 she comes 7.1 she’s staying 7.2 She’s doing well 7.2 she speaks 7.1 I don’t speak any languages 7.1 D Today is the June 1964 The sun shines is shining [7.1] and the birds sing are singing What is does everyone doing [7.1]? Well, Mrs Green is reads reading [7.1] a newspaper She is reads reading [7.2] a newspaper every day before breakfast Her husband, Mr Green, is danceing dancing [7.1] in the garden He likes is liking [7.3] dancing in the morning ‘Have you [8.3] another cup of coffee, darling,’ says Mr Green ‘But I’m still drink drinking [7.1] my first cup, dear,’ replies Mrs Green, ‘and anyway, where’s our daughter today? She is usually bringing brings [7.2] me my coffee.’ ‘Mary,’ says Mr Green (but he doesn’t stop dance dancing [7.1]), ‘she’s she works working [7.2] in London this week Don’t you remember?’ ‘Stopping Stop [8.3] dancing and listening listen [8.3] to me I never forget forgetting [7.2] anything I was just giving you a little test Anyway, it’s time for work.’ ‘All right, darling, but don’t forget not [8.2] your briefcase.’ ‘Thank you, dear Don’t dancing dance [8.2] too hard!’ E Check 8.1, Don’t give 8.2, Show 8.1, Don’t smoke 8.2, Don’t copy 8.2, Test B A 10 11 12 ✓ 12.2 I started 12.3 we met 16.1 ✓ 16.1 ✓ 12.2 I have never forgotten 14.1 ✓ 16.2 Were you 16.1 I haven’t seen 15.3 I was walking 12.2 I visited 16.1 ✓ 14.1 B I saw it before anyway I had seen it before anyway 19.3 So you already decided you liked me! So you had already decided you liked me! 19.2 but it closed a week before! but it had closed a week before! 19.3 Everyone went home, Everyone had gone home, 19.3 because I left my keys because I had left my keys 19.3 C I did some maths I was doing some maths 11.3 I’ve worked harder I’ve been working harder 17.2 You’ve read books You’ve been reading books 17.4 you learnt French verbs you were learning French verbs 11.2 she has worked hard she has been working hard 17.4 Oxford Practice Grammar • Basic • Key to the tests D 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 You lost 10.4 We were sailing 12.3 it just dropped 12.3 Have you two visited 13.3 We’ve/We have been 13.3 We flew 16.1 I wasn’t/was not listening 11.3 I’ve/I have had 13.3 I was falling 12.2 Paul rang 12.2 Paul and I went 10.4 We were reading 12.2 we saw 12.3 Paul hasn’t/has not stopped 14.2 Did it have 10.4 Was there 10.4 you’ve/you have never seen 13.4 Rob and I stayed 10.4 It was 10.4 we were talking 12.2 I haven’t/have not enjoyed 14.2 Test C A I’ll finish 22.4, 23.2 are you going to 21.4, 23.2 Shall we meet up 22.5 I’m going to watch 21.4, 23.2 I’ll get 22.5 you’ll enjoy 23.3 I’m going to buy 21.4, 23.2 I’ll lend 22.5 B I’m meeting 26.5 I’m flying 26.5 Shall I send 22.5 you’re coming 24.3 you’re staying 24.2 will you bring 22.3 I won’t be able 23.2 I’m visiting 22.5 C you’re 24.2 won’t 22.4, 23.2 Shall 22.5 am 21.4 arrive 25.1 I’m 21.4 taking 24.2 will 22.3 I’ll 22.4 D ‘You’ll meet Tim, one of the team guides, as soon as you will arrive [25.2] at the centre He’ll show you where to eat and sleep Tim will check your bags when you will get up [25.2], to make sure you’re ready for the day It’s important to have food and drink and an extra pullover Before you’ll start walking [25.1], Tim will make sure you have your own map, in case you get lost It’s a fantastic place to go walking You’ll be able to see the sea after you will get [25.1] to the top of the mountain! But it can become cold very quickly Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2019 You’ll have to listen to Tim until you’ll know [25.2] the right thing to if the weather changes suddenly Don’t worry, though You’ll have a good time You’ll enjoy the views as soon as you will get [25.2] there!’ E comes/will come 23.2 doing/going to 21.4, 23.2 I’m carrying/I’ll carry 22.4 finish/will finish 25.1 I’m playing/I’ll play 24.2 I’ll/I’m going to 22.4, 23.2 Am I calling/Shall I call 22.5 I’m dying/I’m going to die 26.2 Test D A Do you normally take the bus home? 29.2 I don’t 37.2 Is your wife coming home soon? 29.2 she is 37.2 Does she travel by bus? 29.2 she doesn’t 37.2 Was she tired yesterday? 29.2 she was 37.2 10 11 12 13 14 Why 30.1 Do 29.2 Were 29.2 What 31.2 Who 31.1 Did 29.2 Why 30.1 B How 30.1 What 31.2 Who 31.1 Do 29.2 How 30.1 What 31.2 What 31.2 C so I 38.2 so can he 38.2 so have I 38.2 neither does he 38.4 so did I 38.2 neither will he 38.4 neither have I 38.4 D How far is 32.2 How old is 32.7 How often are (OR How much are) 32.5, How long will 32.1 How much did 32.5 E 10 11 12 did you 36.5 isn’t he 36.4 doesn’t he 36.4 has he 36.5 can you 36.5 don’t they 36.4 will he 36.5 should he 36.5 was he 36.5 did you 36.5 weren’t they 36.4 isn’t it 36.4 Test E Test F A 10 11 12 A Would you like to learn to play the a piano? 49.3 All you need is half an hour a day and a the simple book! 49.2 What’s the name of the a book? Bob Bryant’s Big Piano Book! 49.2 The friends are great, but the music will be your partner forever! Don’t just stand there! Buy this book today!! 50.5 You’ll also get the a free download of piano music from around a the world! 49.2 You should 46.2 I must 43.5 you have 43.1 Had I 45.4 you don’t ought 47.3, 46.2 I be possible 39.5 I could 39.4 I must 48.2 I can 44.4 Should I better 46.3 you need 41.2 You ought 41.3 B I’ve had a terrible day! I have [48.2] got up early, but I couldn’t get out of bed! It was too late to go by bus, so I to [48.1] get a taxi Luckily, I to [39.4] find one quite quickly Of course, when we arrived outside the office, I didn’t have any money, so I [39.3, 2] pay the driver Anyway, I was to [39.4] borrow some from the receptionist I’ve paid her back already, but you think I to [46.2] give her a present as well? My boss was waiting for me in her office I should arrived [48.2] at nine o’clock, and I was half an hour late I have [47.4] taken a taxi at all, though! She told me the company was closing, so I had find [48.1] a new job C hotels might be full 44.4 ’ll/will have to sleep in the car 42.7 must be the sun cream we got in Brighton 44.2 needn’t have bought it 47.4 Should we take it with us this time? 45.4 can’t make the sun shine 44.3 Are you feeling OK, George? You’d better have a rest 46.3 D Do I need to use 47.1 should really 45.3 could you pass 40.4 don’t need to 47.1 mustn’t forget 41.5 got to finish 42.5 better start 46.3 might not 44.4 should have 45.3 E ✓ 42.3 can’t be 44.3 had to 42.3 ✓ 44.2 must have 44.2 ✓ 44.4 ✓ 22.5 don’t need/have 47.1 ✓ 40.2 Oxford Practice Grammar • Basic • Key to the tests B nothing 62.4 everywhere 62.5 somewhere 62.2 everyone 62.5 nobody 62.4 someone 62.2 C a 49.2 the 49.2 the 49.3 an 50.2 – 50.5 – 50.5 the 50.4, 49.3 D ✓ 60.1 How much luggage 60.3 ✓ 64.4 How much does it cost 60.3 any presents [some presents is possible with a different meaning] 54.6 some more 54.5 ✓ 60.1, ✓ 61.1 a few things 61.5 some/any advice 54.4 ✓ 61.1, a few big ones 61.5 a little/bit more 61.5 ✓ 61.2 10 11 12 13 14 E that 52.2 there’s 56.1 yours 57.4 me 55.2 yourself 58.2 some 54.3 10 11 12 13 10 11 12 the 50.4 the 50.4 – 50.6 the 50.3 a 49.2 the 50.3 them 55.2 ones 51.2 there 56.1 mine 57.4 them 55.2 one 51.2 Test G A the biggest 72.2 the brightest 72.2 better 71.2 the farthest/furthest 72.2 more happily 73.3 the most expensive 72.2 harder 73.5 more quickly 73.5 the tallest 72.2 Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2019 B 10 11 12 13 14 excited 66.1 tiring 66.1 such 70.2 worried 66.1 quiet 73.2 16th 67.2 disappointed 66.1 so 70.1 28th 67.2 well 73.2, beautifully 73.2 bored 66.1 slow 73.1 interesting 66.1 C (Our son) Andy was, watch the football match (with me on Saturday) 69.2, He hasn’t got, buy a house 69.5, It was, we didn’t buy it 70.3 most beautiful machine 72.2, a wonderful driver, Tom! 73.2 is faster than me 71.2, met a worse driver (than Raphael) 71.3 You’re, open your eyes in the car 69.3 I haven’t got, argue with you 69.6 D usually stay there for four or five days 74.2 the amazing old Roman baths 65.5 will probably take a bus up to the Royal Crescent 77.2 can either relax in one of Bath’s beautiful green parks 65.5 the very elegant 18th-century Pump Rooms 65.5 it’s always difficult to get tickets 74.2 the really unusual American Museum 65.5 can just drive around peacefully in the countryside 77.4 E 10 11 away 75.2 outside 75.2 fairly 76.1 bags 76.3 address 76.3 as far as 68.1 on the left 75.3 garden 76.3 upstairs 75.2 sideways 75.2 table 76.3 11 12 13 14 15 Test H A 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 on 79.1 outside 78.2 on 78.1 in front 78.2 between 78.2 in 78.1 this 79.2 along 78.3 next to 78.2 through 78.3 last 79.2 past 78.3 every 79.2 from 79.3 in 79.1 to 79.3 as 80.5 on 82.1 like 80.9 in 82.5 at 82.4 like 80.1 D 10 11 talk 83.2 surprised 84.1 waiting 83.1 depended 83.1 brilliant 84.1 interested 84.1 waiting 83.1 sure 84.1 proud 84.1 grateful 84.1 reach 83.4 E behind 78.2 under 78.2 of 78.3 up 78.3 as 80.9 Oxford Practice Grammar • Basic • Key to the tests 16 17 18 19 20 at 84.1 of 84.1 like 80.8 to 84.1 of 84.1 Test I A B Anthony: Jack says he can learn a new language without working [81.5] Michelle: Who’s Jack? Anthony: He’s that new boy in the bright blue jumper [81.1] The one with long hair [81.2] He’s bought an audiobook [81.3], and he says he learns by [81.5] listening to it while he’s asleep Michelle: I think that’s silly Anthony: But you’re good at learning [84.1, 2] new words, aren’t you? I might try Jack’s audiobook I’m sick of making [84.2] mistakes all the time Michelle: It’s no use worrying about mistakes We learn by making [81.5] mistakes Anthony: It’s easy for you You can pass French exams without doing [81.5] much work How you it? Michelle: I just sit down with a dictionary [81.4] and a French newspaper It’s not worth buying [84.3] an expensive audiobook, in my view C in 81.1 of 82.6 for 83.1 with 84.1 at 82.1 10 11 12 10 Like 80.4 in 82.2 like 80.9 on 82.4 by 82.5 Like 80.2 to 78.3 like 80.5 for 82.3 on 78.1 for 83.1 10 11 12 13 ✓ 85.3 I’m making I’m getting 86.6 I got I’ve/have got 85.3 ✓ 85.3 ✓ 86.7 We haven’t done We haven’t made 86.2 ✓ 86.2 We’ll have got We’ll get 86.5 to make to 86.4 ✓ 85.3 to make to 86.4 to have got to have 85.4 ✓ 86.8 B I’m worried about my husband He gets up [87.2] very late He never wants to go out [87.2] You can’t stay in [88.3] all your life, can you, Doctor? If the TV is on when our friends come round, he doesn’t turn it off [87.2] Last Saturday we ran out of [87.2] milk When we reached the supermarket, he said to me: ‘I don’t like your hat Take it off [87.2]! Put it away [87.2]!’ That’s a strange thing to say, Doctor I’m getting more and more worried I don’t think I can put up with [88.4] the situation much longer When I try to talk to him he just says: ‘Calm down [87.2]! I’m all right.’ What shall I do? C was decorated last month 89.2, is being designed for the garden 89.1, 3 was also stolen last week 89.2, their new house hadn’t been built 90.1 their windows were repaired, 89.2, was mended 89.2, has been made 90.1 was booked yesterday 89.2, is being sold next month 90.1 D 10 11 12 13 14 15 washing 94.3 drive 92.3 to learn 92.1 smoking 88.2 smoke 3.2 [sic] tell 92.3 cry 92.4 dancing 93.3 walking 93.1 to get 86.7 Jogging 93.4 feel 92.4 cycling 93.1 eating 93.1 to continue 92.1 Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2019 E finish doing 93.1 prefer to start 94.3 to be patient (OR being patient) 92.1 to something 92.1 you to 96.1 me to 96.1 you improve 96.3 me stay 92.4 you to think 96.1 Test J A 10 11 12 ’re 97.2 would have got 99.1 were 98.4 had 98.3 would 98.1 don’t talk 97.3 could 98.3 hadn’t met 99.1 don’t speak 97.1 knew 98.3 sing 97.2 would be 98.1 B had voted for me at the last election, your lives would have improved 99.1 was alive today 98.3 be better if he was our Prime Minister 98.1 be happy if our schools had more money 98.1 became Prime Minister I would give every child a new phone 98.1 had brought my wife with me today 99.2 busy with her own work, she would be here 98.1 Test K A nor 103.5 so 103.3 in case 104.2 because 104.1 either 103.4 or 103.4 so that 104.4 Both 103.1 and 103.1 B as 105.3 While 106.3 Since 105.1 as 105.2 However 106.5 Although 106.4 However 106.1 C ✓ 107.1-3 when 108.3 that 108.1 ✓ 107.3 ✓ 107.3 D you see 108.1 which means 109.5 that thousands 107.2 that has 107.3 which has 109.2 that visit 107.3 E who 107.2, however 106.3 due 105.6 case 104.2 neither 103.5 nor 103.5 but 103.2 which 109.1 that 108.1 ✓ 107.3 that 108.1 why 108.3 C He advised me to get enough sleep 102.1 He told me to get some qualifications 101.3 He warned me not to take drugs 101.4 He asked why he left the flat 102.2 He asked me where I work(ed) 102.2(, 4) he persuaded me to give him my address in Sheffield 101.4 D I’ll give you the name of my doctor 100.1 You should eat more fruit 100.1, 101.4 I’m living in a flat on my own 100.1 I tried sharing with Paul, but he left 100.1 I’m going to (go and) live in Sheffield 100.1 Oxford Practice Grammar • Basic • Key to the tests Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2019 Key to the Exit test The number after the answer tells you which unit of the book has information and practice on that grammar point Tenses: present c) a) b) a) d) d) a) c) Tenses: past 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 c) a) d) b) a) a) d) b) c) c) a) b) d) 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 16 17 18 19 20 Tenses: future 22 23 24 25 26 27 d) b) c) a) a) a) 21 22 23 24 25 26 Sentences and questions 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 b) b) a) d) c) d) a) c) a) d) b) d) 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Modal verbs 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 b) a) b) a) d) c) b) c) b) d) 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Articles, nouns, pronouns, etc 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 b) a) c) a) a) c) b) c) d) c) c) a) a) d) b) c) a) d) 49 50 50 51 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 Adjectives and adverbs 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 b) c) a) b) d) c) b) d) b) c) b) c) c) b) 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 Oxford Practice Grammar • Basic • Key to the Exit test Prepositions 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 b) c) b) c) b) d) a) a) a) 78 78 79 80 81 82 83 83 84 a) c) d) b) c) a) d) b) d) a) b) d) c) a) 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 92 93 94 94 95 96 Verbs 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 Conditionals and reported speech 105 106 107 108 109 110 d) c) b) d) a) d) 97 98 99 100 101 102 Building sentences 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 c) d) a) d) c) c) c) b) c) b) 103 104 105 106 106 107 107 107 108 109 Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2019
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