Part 1: Questions 1-6

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1 B
This bike is 11 years old and needs new tyres (part of the wheel). It is a bike for women (not for men) and it is a small bike.

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(car) tyre
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(motorbike) wheel

2 C
Tim is asking Ben if he can give him the money back today, because Tim has paid for both tickets.

3 B
If you are part of a group of 12 people or more, you pay half of the price.
If you go alone, you pay full price, so it is more expensive.

4 A
Emma knows that Lynne works until 9 p.m., but the party starts at 8 p.m., so they can’t be there when the party begins. Emma wants to go with Lynne so she will go to collect her from work and then they can go together.

5 B
If you buy an ice cream from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. you get one free (2×1)

6 C
Sophie wants Anna to call her to speak about their history project (homework)

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Part 1.
Now I’m going to ask you a few questions about PART 1.
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In number one, where can you find TYRES in a vehicle?
You can find tyres on the wheels.

In number 2, letter B. What is “BE ABLE TO”?
It’s the future of “CAN”.

And in number 2, letter C. Tell me a synonym for PAY SOMEONE BACK.
When you pay someone back, you return money to that person.

In number 3, letter B. What’s the opposite of EXPENSIVE?
The opposite of expensive is ‘cheap’.

And the opposite of MORE EXPENSIVE?
The opposite of ‘more expensive’ is ‘less expensive’ or ‘cheaper’.

In number 4. At the end of the text: I’LL PICK YOU UP. When you pick someone up, what do you do?
For example, if I go to the airport to pick up my friend, I go there to meet my friend and bring them back with me in my car.

In number 5, letter B. What is the present, past and past participle of the verb COST.
Cost – cost – cost.

And finally, in Number 6, in the 3rd line. What is the present, past and past participle of the verb FORGET.
Forget – forgot – forgotten.
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