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Amy was clothes shopping. She was trying on new outfits when her mobile phone suddenly………………… . RING
It was her friend Adam. He wanted to know if she needed any help ………………… for their history test. STUDY
“Yes, please!” said Amy. “I ………………… badly in the last test, so I really want to impress Mrs Sanders this time. DO
They arranged to meet at Adam’s house at seven o’clock. “I can’t find my history notes, so remember to bring ………………… ”, said Adam. YOU
At eight o’clock Amy still ………………… Adam was not happy. NOT ARRIVE
“I can’t wait any …………………”, he thought to himself. “I’ll have to get the notes from someone else”. LONG
He was just about to call his friend Tom when he heard a couple of ………… voices outside. It was Amy and an older woman. WOMAN
Adam opened the door. “Hi Adam”, said Amy. “Sorry I’m  a few minutes late. The bad news is that I ………………… my history notes too”. LOSE
Amy smiled. “But don’t worry because this is a good friend of ………………… -and she’s a history teacher!” ME
10 The rouble is the currency of Russia. It ……………in use for around five centuries. BE
11 Sometimes, the rouble used in Russia ……………as the Russian rouble. This is because some other countries also call their currencies roubles. KNOW
12 In the 1700s, Russian roubles …………… with precious metals such as silver, gold and platinum. MAKE
13 The Russian government ………… printing paper money until towards the end of the 1700s. BEGIN
14 Russian rouble banknotes today have images of well-known places in Russia, as well as famous…………… in Russian history. MAN
15 The banknotes have modern features that stop………… from being copied illegally. THEY
16 The ……… amount that appears on a banknote is 5,000 Russian roubles. After that, there are banknotes worth 1,000, 100, 50, 10 and 5 roubles. HIGH
17 However, there are also 5- and 10-rouble coins, and these are used ………… than the 5- and 10-rouble banknotes. COMMONLY
18 Because 5-rouble coins are used so often, the government decided to stop ………… the 5-rouble banknotes any more. PRINT
19 Frank’s birthday is on 6th July. Last year, he decided to have a big party for all his friends as it………………… his sixteenth birthday. BE
20 In previous years, his parents had refused to let him have a party, so he ………………… very excited when they said yes this time. FEEL
21 “This is going to be the ………………… party ever!” he told his friend, Charlie. “Will you help me?” GOOD
22 “Sure”, ………………… Charlie, because he liked the idea. So they started planning the party together. REPLY
23 Charlie and Frank had been to lots of ………………… , so they knew what to do. PARTY
24 “What we need is some good music”, said Frank. “We’ve got lots of MP3s, but it would be great if we………………… a sound system to play them really loudly”. HAVE
25 “That’s a good idea”, Charlie agreed. “My cousin is a DJ, so I’ll ask him if we can borrow………………… equipment”. HE
26 “I …………………your cousin was a policeman”, Frank said, confused. Charlie told him that he had nineteen cousins. THINK
27 “Oh, yes, your family is much bigger than…………………”, said Frank. “Just don’t invite them all to the party!” I
28 Do you remember the 2012 Olympics? The opening ceremony ......... by award-winning film-marker Danny Boyle. DIRECT
29 Not many people expected the ceremony to be very good, despite ........ excellent reputation as a director. HE
30 But, in the end, it was very successful. Almost everyone who .......... it said it was fantastic. SEE
31 The show .......... by more than 900 million people and lasted for four hours. WATCH
32 Many of the various sections of the show contained lots of .......... and young people. CHILD
33 The aim of the ceremony was to give the world a taste of the ........... of British culture. GOOD
34 The sections featured everything from the Industrial Revolution to Britain's literary heritage. These showed what the nation had achieved so far in ............ history. IT
35 One part of the ceremony appeared to show the Queen parachuting into the stadium. This has helped make her ............. than ever. POPULAR
36 Of course, she didn't really jump from a helicopter. Everyone ........... it was a joke. KNOW
37 Lisa was getting ready for bed. She'd just brushed her …………, and was deciding which book to read in bed. TOOTH
38 As usual, she was thinking about a million other things at the same time. "Daddy's got the……… job in the whole world", she thought. INTERESTING
 
39 I wonder if I'll be a teacher like Daddy when I'm…… she then thought. "Maybe I'll be an astronaut". OLD
40 She smiled to ……… at the idea of speeding through, space in a spaceship. SHE
41 Then she stopped …… "But if I'm an astronaut, I'll be away from my family, friends and cat". SMILE
42 She ……… it was impossible to be an astronaut and see her family all the time. KNOW
43 She ……… a decision. "I won't do that job, then. I want to see my cat every evening". MAKE
44 At that moment, her cat Timothy …………into the room. Timothy looked at her, as if to say: "I want to see you every day, too". COME
45 "Now', said Liza. "What book do you want………… to read to you before bed tonight, Timothy?" I
46 Red Square is a city square in the centre of Moscow. It ………… by some people to be the centre of all of Russia. CONSIDER
47 Its name ……… from the red bricks that make up the square, nor from any connection to a type of government. NOT COME
48 Rather, the word "red" in Russian can also mean "beautiful". As the square has grand and beautiful buildings, ……… appearance is indeed lovely. IT
49 Originally, the square …… to be a market-place, but it has also been used for other purposes. DESIGN
50 Official ceremonies ………… place there over the years, such as the crowning of tsars in past centuries. TAKE
51 Around the square, there …………… several important buildings, such as the Kremlin and St Basil's Cathedral. BE
52 In 1990, Red Square ………… a UNESCO World Heritage Site, along with the Kremlin. BECOME
53 Red Square is also used for rock concerts…… days. Performers such as Paul McCartney, Shakira and the Red Hot Chili Peppers have played there. THIS
54 McCartney's band, The Beatles, was not allowed to play in Russia. McCartney, however, was the………… Beatle to perform in Russia, after Ringo Starr played there in 1998. TWO
55 Bob was 12 years old. He wasn't the world's…………… boy, but he really didn't like helping out around the house. LAZY
56 Ever since he was young, his parents had tried to get ………… to tidy his room, for example, but  Bob simply wouldn't do it. HE
57 By the time he was twelve, though, his mother was fed up. She decided that Bob ………… to do his share of the work. HAVE
58 She ……… Bob watching TV, and said, "I need you to help us with the housework". Bob looked at her. FIND
59 "Your brothers and sisters do all …………chores", she said, "so why can't you?" THEY
60 Bob really didn't have a good answer. He could see that his mother was angry, and he didn't want to make the situation …………. BAD
61 So, he just agreed to try ………… and asked what he could do to help. HARD
62 His mother thought about it for a minute. "You can help your father in the garden", she said. "You can collect all the …… that have fallen on the grass." LEAF
63 Bob wished he ……………, because he hated gardening more than he hated housework. It was going to be a long afternoon. NOT ASK
64 Igor Stravinsky is a very famous Russian composer. He …………… up in St Petersburg at the end of the 19th century. BRING
65 Although Stravinsky loved music, his parents wanted him to devote ………… to becoming a lawyer instead. HE
66 But after four years of …………… law, Stravinsky decided to take his music career seriously. STUDY
67 Rimsky-Korsakov gave him private lessons for several years, and the two ………… close friends. BECOME
68 Some people believe Stravinsky was the……… composer of the last century. IMPORTANT
69 At the first performance of his ballet The Rite of Spring, the audience ……… very angry. GET
70 They were shocked by the rhythm of the music and how much ………… it was than most ballet music. LOUD
71 Since then, people ………… their opinion about Stravinsky's music and now recognise how wonderful it is. CHANGE
72 Stravinsky lived in New York in his final years and……… there at the age of 88 in 1971. DIE
73 Percy Spencer liked chocolate a lot. In the morning, before ……… to work, he made sure he had a bar of chocolate with him to eat later on in the day. GO
74 When he got to work, he put on …………white coat and walked into the laboratory. He had no idea he was about to change the world forever. HE
75 It was 1945, and Percy ………important scientific experiments with radar. DO
76 Suddenly, when he put his hand in his pocket, he felt sticky, liquid chocolate. He realised that the radar …… the chocolate bar somehow. MELT
77 We'll never know exactly how Percy ……, but he was probably excited by what had happened and disappointed  that he wouldn't be able to eat his bar of chocolate. FEEL
78 Percy's discovery soon ……… to the invention of the microwave oven. LEAD
79 Percy built the ……… oven, and then he and his colleagues tried it out to see if it worked. ONE
80 They cooked some popcorn, which cooked very quickly. They ………… it was a big success. THINK
81 Then they tried cooking an egg, but this wasn't so successful. The egg exploded all over the face of one of the ……… working with Percy! MAN
82 Have you heard of "blue zones"? These are areas of the world in which people live the……. LONG
83 In Sardinia, Italy, for example, an area of the island …… more males over 100 years of age than anywhere else on Earth today. HAVE
84 Another blue zone is Icaria, Geece. Many of its inhabitants live into …… 90s. THEY
85 Visiting Costa Rica in 2007, the author and explorer Dan Buettner …… that a particular region in the country has an extremely long life expectancy. FIND
86 The Costa Ricans in this region, who are farmers, outlive men and …in other areas of the country. WOMAN
87 In 2008, Buettner …… a book about this. WRITE
88 Scientists are still researching the reasons for blue zones, but it …… that both diet and exercise play an important role. SEEM
89 They …… five blue zones so far. These include the three mentioned above, together with Okinawa, Japan, and Loma Linda, California. DISCOVER
90 Perhaps scientists ……… more blue zones in other parts of the world in the future. FIND
91 Susan knew it was Dave's big day. He had finally got an interview with one of the ………………………companies in the country. EXCITING
92 Ever since his ……………………… job, Dave had dreamed about a chance like this and now he was really nervous. ONE
93 "Don't worry," Susan ……………………… him. "I'm sure everything is going to be all right." TELL
94 Dave hoped she was right. The job was well paid, so if he managed to impress ……………………… in the interview, it would mean a big improvement in their lives.  
THEY
95 But still, he couldn't help ………………………. What if they asked him a really difficult question in the interview? WORRY
96 "Have you got everything?" asked Susan. "……………………… there something you need to do before you go?" NOT BE
97 Dave couldn't think of anything he ………………………. He had his papers, his briefcase and his umbrella. FORGET
98 "Oh, you did forget" said Susan. "What present should husbands give their ……………………… every morning?" WIFE
99 Then Dave remembered that he always gave Susan a kiss before he left the house every day. He……………………… terrible for forgetting. FEEL
100 Maya Plisetskaya was born in Moscow in 1925. She is one of the world's ……………………… ballerinas. GREAT
101 Due to problems with her family in her early years, Maya ……………………… by one of her aunts. ADOPT
102 At the beginning of her training, Maya……………………… ballet under the tuition of Elizaveta Gerdt, a former ballerina of the Imperial School. STUDY
103 By the of 11, Maya ……………………… on stage with the Bolshoi. She continued to perform until 1990, retiring at the age of 65 APPEAR
104 Maya ……………………… famous outside Russia when she started touring abroad with the Bolshoi in 1959. BECOME
105 During her travels, she ……………………… US President Jack Kennedy, who was born on exactly the same day as her. MEET
106 Maya changed the world of ballet with her dancing. She remains to this day one of the great……………………… of the ballet stage. BEAUTY
107 Maya is the wife of the Russian composer Rodion Shchedrin. They ……………………… since 1958. MARRY
108 Ballet fans ……………………… Maya Plisetskaya any time in the near future. NOT FORGET
109 It was Sunday morning. James ……………………… a book about insects when his elder sister Beth came into the room. READ
110 Beth ……………………… James and said, "Oh, James, do you know where my jacket is? I can't find it." SEE
111 She thought she had left it ……………………… in the wardrobe in her room, but when she looked, it wasn't there. HANG
112 James decided to play a little game with Beth.
"I ……………………… you if you agree to answer this question," he said. TELL
113 Beth was annoyed and she ……………………… like playing games, but she agreed anyway, and asked what the question was. NOT FEEL
114 Smiling, James asked her how many………………………a centipede has. FOOT
115 "Oh, you mean ……………………… long scary insects that I hate," Beth said. "I don't know how many they have. Is it 100?" she guessed. THAT
116 "The answer is none - they've only got legs! And they've got between 20 and 300 so even if you……………………… 100 legs, you would have been wrong," James told her. SAY
117 Beth told James that that was the ………………………thing she'd ever heard. "Now, tell me where my jacket is!" said Beth. SILLY
118 The Imperial Academy of Arts is in St Petersburg, Russia. Since it opened, its tutors ………………………many great artists. TEACH
119 It ……………………… in 1757 by the Russian Minister of Education at the time, Ivan Shuvalov. CREATE
120 The building ……………………… is grand and beautiful. It was built in the classical style and is on the banks of the Neva River. IT
121 In its early years, if students wanted to have successful ……………………… as artists, they had to attend this school. LIFE
122 Back then, the ……………………… students at the Academy often travelled to Europe to study different styles of art. GOOD
123 The Academy ……………………… to have a great deal of art, but now most of it has been moved to the Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg. USE
124 Officials ……………………… it a few times since 1757. Officially, it is now known as the Ilya Repin St. Petersburg State Academic Institute for Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. RENAME
125 Ilya Repin is one of Russia's greatest artists. He……………………… to the Imperial Academy of Arts in the 1870s. GO
126 His ……………………… work is the painting Ivan the Terrible and His Son. FAMOUS
127 Darren had a new flat and he needed to buy a lot of new things. He had never had his own flat before, so he ……………………… his friend Mark to ask him what to do. MEET
128 "Well, if I ……………………… you, I would start with the colour of the walls," said Mark. "What colour would you like them to be?" BE
129 Darren thought about it for a while. He realised he was no good at ……………………… colours, so he asked Mark to help him. CHOOSE
130 They ……………………… to a paint shop and started looking at all the different colours. GO
131 When he saw how much the paint cost, Darren was shocked. It was much ……………………… than he had expected. EXPENSIVE
132 "Let's get the ……………………… one they have. I don't care what colour it is!" said Darren. CHEAP
133 Mark pointed to a very cheap paint that was a horrible brown colour. "I really ………………………that's a good idea, Darren." NOT THINK
134 Without saying anything, Darren picked up the tin of brown paint, took it to the counter, and……………………… it. BUY
135 Mark couldn't believe it when Darren turned to……………………… and said: "I've learnt something today. Brown's my favourite colour!" HE
136 Alex Ferguson is famous for being the manager of a football team. Almost all football fans……………………… of him. HEAR
137 Alex Ferguson first ……………………… over the role of Manager of Manchester United Football Club back in 1986. TAKE
138 At that time, few ……………………… imagined that he would stay in the job for almost another three decades. PERSON
139 While Ferguson was Manager, Manchester United……………………… a total of 38 important trophies, including 13 Premier League titles. WIN
140 This made them one of the ……………………… football teams in the world. GOOD
141 However, Ferguson ……………………… a good relationship with all the players all the time. Sometimes, they had terrible arguments and fights. NOT HAVE
142 In 2003, Ferguson and David Beckham had an argument about ………………………. No-one knows exactly what it was, or what happened, but the story is that Beckham got hit in the face with a football boot! THING
143 In May 2013, Ferguson finally announced that he……………………… the club. This was during his 26th year as Manager. LEAVE
144 Manchester United supporters were very sad to hear the news from ……………………… most successful manager ever. THEY
145 Julia and her mum and dad were about to go on their summer holiday. Julia ……………………………forward to it at all. NOT LOOK
146 They were staying in the same cottage as last year. And last year, they'd seen a number of…………………………… inside the house. MOUSE
147 Julia didn't like them at all. She thought they were the …………………………… creatures on Earth. FRIGHTENING
148 Julia had seen a small one in the kitchen, and another large one in her bedroom. When she saw them, she …………………………… out of the house as fast as she could. RUN
149 "I promise you I'll go through the house and make sure there …………………………… none there before we go in," said Julia's dad. BE
150 "How will you do that, Dad? What if they…………………………… in the walls?" Julia asked. LIVE
151 Julia's dad …………………………… that she was right. It was impossible to be certain. KNOW
152 Then, he had an idea. "I know!" he said. "Let's ask…………………………… lovely neighbour Mrs Anderson if we can borrow one of her cats to take with us." WE
153 "That's a great idea!" said Julia. "I'd feel a lot…………………………… with Tiger or Monty there to chase them away!" SAFE
154 The River Volga is Russia's main river. It's also the…………………………… river in both Russia and Europe. LARGE
155 It is situated in the western part of Russia and…………………………… through the country from north to south, emptying into the Caspian Sea. GO
156 Over the centuries, the river …………………………… a very important role in the history of Russia and Europe.  PLAY
157 It once served as a trade route that…………………………… southern Russia and Scandinavia. CONNECT
158 The river was widened in the 20th century so that ships could travel through ……………………………waters more easily. IT
159 Currently, ships from other countries…………………………… to travel through the river. This means only Russian ships can do so. NOT ALLOW
160 Several artists …………………………… scenes of the river over the years, many of which hang in museums and galleries. PAINT
161 Many Russian writers have fallen in love with the River Volga. …………………………… stories often describe the river as a place of fascination, legends and tradition. THEY
162 US musician Glenn Miller …………………………… a folk song about the Volga. He loved it so much, he decided to do his own jazz version, which was a hit in America. HEAR
163 Brian was feeling a bit nervous about his journey. He usually enjoyed ……………………………, but this time was different. TRAVEL
164 His mother …………………………… him to stop worrying. "If you've checked the timetable, there's nothing to worry about," she said. TELL
165 Brian knew she ……………………………. How could she know how worried he was? NOT UNDERSTAND
166 "It's all right for her," he said to himself. "She…………………………… to go, but I do." NOT HAVE
167 Brian realised he didn't fell very well. He decided that if he still …………………………… bad the next morning, he wouldn't go.  FEEL
168 This decision made him feel a lot ……………………………and he went to bed and slept like a baby. GOOD
169 The next morning, he woke up and took the bus to his new school for the …………………………… time. It wasn't as bad as he'd been expecting. ONE
170 As he walked through the gates, he knew this was the place for him. "It feels like the school is…………………………… ." ME
171 And, in a way, the school did belong to him –
because Brian …………………………… a student. He'd just become the school's new Headteacher. NOT BE
172 Do you play chess? In 1996, a chess-playing computer called Deep Blue …………………………… by IBM, a US computer company. DEVELOP
173 The idea behind Deep Blue was to create a computer that was capable of …………………………… a World Chess Champion. BEAT
174 The Deep Blue team …………………………… the World Champion and Russian Grand Master, Gary Kasparov, to play a series of matches against the computer. CHALLENGE
175 In the first match, Kasparov beat the computer. However, in the second match in 1997, he…………………………… by one game, much to the shock of the watching world. LOSE
176 Since then, many people, including Kasparov,…………………………… IBM of cheating. They claim that the computer had human help during the games. ACCUSE
177 And some people said that IBM did not make…………………………… look very good when they refused a re-match with Kasparov. THEY
178 Instead, scientists at the company…………………………… the computer apart. TAKE
179 Later, one of the developers of Big Blue…………………………… a book saying he had been happy to build a new computer but that Kasparov wasn't interested. WRITE
180 It …………………………… possible that we will never know the full truth about what happened with Deep Blue. BE

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