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3 3 Progress TestsProgress Test 1 revises Units 1 Test 2 revises Units 5 Test 3 revises Units 9 12. Answer keyThere is an answer key for all the exercises apart from thetranslation exercise at the end of each unit test has a total score of Tests may be photocopied freely for classroom may not be adapted, printed, or sold without thepermission of Oxford University Headway Upper-Intermediate Test Booklet3 Photocopiable Oxford University PressUnit 1 Name: _____1 How do you say these numbers and dates? Circle thecorrect form (a or b).Example321a three hundred and twenty-oneb three hundreds twenty-one1 Liverpool 3 Chelsea 0 (football score)a Liverpool three Chelsea zerob Liverpool three Chelsea nil2 01902 (phone code)a nought one nine nought twob oh one nine oh two3 40 0 (tennis score)a forty love b forty nil4 7 May (date)a the seventh of May b the seven of May5 1999 (year)a one thousand nine hundred and ninety-nineb nineteen ninety-nine(1 point for each correct answer)2 Complete the table with the other parts of speech.
4 Twoexamples have been (1 point for each correct answer)3 Mark the stress on the following 'promiseorganized development promisingplayful entertain(1 point for each correct answer)51054 Complete the sentences with a compound noun oradjective formed from life,house, or home. Make sureyou spell the word correctly (one word, two words, orwith a hyphen).ExampleI never buy potatoes from a our vegetables are My children hated living abroad. They were_____ the whole Since they won the lottery, they ve enjoyed aluxurious _____ .3 I do my grandmother s shopping as she is_____ .4 Due to advances in medical science, people s_____ has We ve finished decorating, so we re organizing a_____ party for all our I was shocked to see the number of _____people sleeping on the streets.
5 (2 points for each correct answer)5 Complete the sentences with the correct form ofdo,be,or have. Some of the answers are ever been to Japan?1 I work in a large company, but I ____ like it ____ you been waiting long?3 It s very hot today, ____ it?4 I don t understand what they ____ The job ____ advertised in last night s You don t see your parents very often. When ____they emigrate?7 Have you moved house yet? No, we ____ . 8 A new road ____ being built through the towncentre at the moment.(1 point for each correct answer)8124 Photocopiable Oxford University PressName: _____6 Complete the sentences with the correct form of theverb in italics. One example has been have French classes twice a Don t call the office at one o clock.
6 We_____ a You re so lucky! You _____ threeholidays already this I m a designer, but I _____ in thesales department at the She _____ in London when I lastsaw He _____ for three differentcompanies since last Before she emigrated last year, she ____ never_____ People _____ to the moon in the25th I _____ 5,000 miles by the end ofthis month.(2 points for each correct answer)7 Make these sentences re repairing the bridge is being Has someone repaired your car?_____2 They haven t printed the results They won t tell the staff about the They are improving the They don t manufacture computers at that They will advertise the new product on They must do the work (2 points for each correct answer)14168 Translate these She took the plunge and decided to emigrate abouta month We all suffered from culture shock at first, but nowwe feel very much at You re boring me with all your questions.
7 Go andlook it up in a If you re bored, there s plenty of housework to My life has changed a lot since I was maderedundant last When my father was a child, his family decided tomove When I went to London last week, I had dinner ata brilliant Are you being paid for working during theholidays?_____9 That puppy s very cute, but it hasn t been house-trained If they haven t been found by , we ll have toorganize a search (3 points for each correct answer)TOTAL100305 Photocopiable Oxford University PressUnit 2 Name: _____1 Complete the exclamations with What ..,What a ..,or terrific!1 ____ wonderful meal!2 ____ awful!3 ____ silly thing to say!4 ____ brilliant news!5 ____ clever children!
8 6 ____ absolutely ridiculous!7 ____ nice surprise!8 ____ confusion!(1 point for each correct answer)2 Complete the expressions with takeor drugs1 ____ a risk2 ____ place3 ____ a plan into practice4 ____ my advice5 ____ sb in charge of6 ____ pressure on sb7 ____ my arm round sb8 ____ responsibility for sth(1 point for each correct answer)3 Complete the sentences with a word or expression fromthe box and the correct form oftakeor no notice for granted work firstages partExampleI ve never taken drugs in my My boss doesn t appreciate what I do for thecompany. She just ____ me _____ .2 The hotel was supposed to be easy to find, but it____ us ____ to get It s a shame that people have so little time to always have to _____.
9 884 I tried to get the barman s attention, but he_____ and served someone else My brother is a real loner. He hates_____ in group activities.(2 points for each correct answer)4 Complete the sentences with the correct form of thephrasal verbs from the box. Some of the verbs are in thepassive. Not all the verbs are on take off take after take out put offtake back put out put away put downput up with take overExampleShe puts on make-up twice a My new computer didn t work so I ____ it ____ tothe My memory is hopeless. I have to ____ everything____ in my They re worried about their jobs. Their company_____ next I won t _____ any rudeness fromthe Start your homework now!
10 _____ it ____until later!6 There s no danger now as the fire_____ .7 After a lot of financial difficulty, her businesssuddenly _____ last You should help me tidy up the house. I m fed upwith _____ everything ____ myself.(2 points for each correct answer)5 Circle the correct form of the verb in each haven t had any news from my friendsfor re travelling / They travelaround When I arrived at the tourist caves, people werealready queuing / already queued to get Could you move out of the way of my camcorder,please? I record / I m recording the We re exhausted because we ve explored / we vebeen exploring the city all Oxford University Press4 I was appalled at the amount of rubbish that people had left / had been leaving on Mount He worked / was working as a tour guide when Imet The growth of tourism started / was starting in the We need to act quickly because tourists are destroying / destroy this historic Look at this!