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DO NEF Int tst bklt Tests 2P25/10/0614:34Page 1Lara StortonNewENGLISH FILEIntermediateTest BookletThis Test Booklet contains: an Entry test tests for each File, in A and B versionsGrammar, Vocabulary, and PronunciationReading and WritingListening and Speaking an extended End-of-course test, in Aand B versions a Key2

DO NEF Int tst bklt Tests 2P25/10/0614:34Page 2IntroductionIn this test booklet you’ll find:All the Tests consist of:test aantestEntryforeachFile of New English File Intermediate, in A and B versions an End-of-course test in A and B versions Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation Reading and Writing Listening and SpeakingTotal scoreThe Entr y testThe Entry test is an optional test which covers some of thekey Grammar and Vocabulary points from File 1. You maywant to give your students this test so that you can get anidea of their starting level – for example, are they completebeginners or do they have some knowledge of Englishalready, and how much basic language do they know? Ifyour class are at a very low level, look out for the Extrasupport ideas in the Teacher’s Book. If they are stronger,look out for the Extra challenge ideas.502030100If you do the Grammar, Vocabulary, andPronunciation test but not Reading, Writing,Listening, or Speaking, double your students’ marks togive a total score out of 100, e.g.Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation mark38 50Total score out of 10076 100These tests may be photocopied freely for classroom use. Theymay not be adapted, printed, or sold without the permissionof Oxford University Press.The A and B testsThere are two versions (A and B) of each File test and theEnd-of-course test, except the Speaking tests, which aredesigned for students to do in pairs. The A and B tests coverexactly the same material, but the questions have beenchanged and reorganized to allow easy and effectiveadministration of the tests in the classroom – it becomesalmost impossible for students to copy answers. If copyingisn’t a problem with your class, you can just use the A tests.Listening testsAll the Listening tests re-use listenings from the Student’sBook. Some students may remember the contexts of thelistenings, but they are very unlikely to remember thedetail, and the listening exercises are all KET-type taskswhich are different from the tasks that students havealready done.The Listening numbers1.9are indicated in the Answer key.Answer keyThe Answer key for the tests starts on page 65.2New English File Intermediate photocopiable Oxford University Press 2006

DO NEF Int tst bklt Tests 2P25/10/0614:34Page 3Marking guidelinesWR ITI N G10 MAR KSTask completionThe task is fully completed and the answer easy to understand.4 marksGrammarThe student uses appropriate structures to achieve the task.Minor errors do not obscure the meaning.3 marksVoc abular yThe student uses a sufficient range of words and phrases tocommunicate the message clearly.3 marksS P EAKI N G20 MAR KSInteractive communic ation and oral productionThe student communicates effectively with his / her partner,asking and answering simple questions, and where necessaryinitiating conversation, and responding. The student usesappropriate strategies to complete the task successfully.10 marksGrammar and Voc abular yThe student uses a sufficient range of vocabulary and structureto communicate clearly. Minor occasional errors do notimpede communication.5 marksPronunciationThe student’s intonation, stress, and articulation of soundsmake the message clear and comprehensible.5 marksNew English File Intermediate photocopiable Oxford University Press 20063

DO NEF Int tst bklt Tests 2P25/10/0614:34Page 4Entry test12 It’s snowing.G R AM MARC Put your hat onExample: They from Rome. They’re fromFlorence.A not B aren’t C isn’t B already C yet B did C do B was sitting B Has C has parked A won’tC sit C HaveB was parkingC often go to B don’t have toC must to B too many B already B So C a few B Swimming C could B built C was build B many C lots 19 He me not to tell anyone.A say B told A nothing C said B would C do C yetA for C Either C Swiming B anything C something 22 They’ve lived in the same house forty years. B since C ago 23 I come and see you tonight if I can borrowJoe’s car.A must B might C have to 24 I think this is the song on the CD.11 in the sea makes you really strong.A SwimB must21 Let’s order a pizza. We don’t have to cook fordinner.10 ‘I don’t want to rent a horror film.’ ‘ do I.’A Neither C wouldn’t17 This castle in 1600.A will9 Hello! Come in. I’ve made some coffee.Would you like some?A just 20 What you do if she doesn’t reply to your email? B always go B not A shouldA much B Do you go18 I don’t have money left, because I bought anew jacket. 8 I put salt in the pasta.A a little A was built7 I the gym on Thursday evenings.A go usually to 16 I need some advice. What I do?6 We work tomorrow.A haven’t toC who15 She invite him if she didn’t want him to come.5 He couldn’t remember where he his car.A had parked C Will you go4 you ever been to the museum?’ ‘No, this is thefirst time.’A Had B whichA Are you going 14 to the basketball match on Saturday?3 I in the park when it started raining.A sat A where2 What you do yesterday afternoon?A are B Your hat put on13 A key is a thing you use to open doors.1 ‘Have you finished that report?’ ‘No, not .’A just A Putting your hat onTick ( ) the correct answer A, B, or C. A better B most best C best 25 That case is too heavy for you. I you.A ’ll help B help C ’m going to help 254New English File Intermediate photocopiable Oxford University Press 2006

DO NEF Int tst bklt Tests 2P25/10/0614:34Page 5Entry testVO C AB U L ARY12 Did you sightseeing in Prague?Example: The film was really . I nearly fellasleep. B boring A excitingC funny C earn B on B mean B do C cook B go C have B Mosquitoes B take C try C Wasps B back C on B modern B passes C noisy C fails 11 Tower Bridge goes the River Thames.A over B under B legs B like C hands B untidy C toB dangerous C mean C clean B into C down 20 This street is at night – you can’t hear anytraffic.A clean A rudeB safe A giraffe10 He won’t be very happy if he his drivingtest again.A misses C quietB noisy C polite 22 A has a very long neck.9 The bus was so I couldn’t move.A crowdedC boots21 Say ‘please’. You have to be more .to the shop. A along8 My new camera doesn’t work. I’m going to take itA away B tracksuit18 It’s to run when the floor is wet.7 Excuse me, could I on these jeans, please?A get C asked19 I fell the steps and broke my arm. 6 have black and yellow stripes on their bodies.A Flies A safe5 It’s really sunny. Let’s for a walk.A get 17 I look my mother; we have the same eyes andnose.A as4 I’m going to a cake for Bill’s birthday.A makeB toldA impatientC generous 16 Don’t be so ! You’ll have to wait.3 Dan’s so . He pays for everything when wego out.A lazy A saidA arms C inC go15 Your are cold! You should wear gloves. 2 The meeting is 17 May at 2.00 p.m.A at 13 He me if I could tell him the way.A trainers B winB make14 I’ve bought a new for the athletics competition.1 I a lot more money in my new job.A had A doTick ( ) the correct answer A, B, or C.C through B kangaroo C bear 23 Can you turn the radio? I want to listen to theweather forecast.A off B on C down 24 Adrian asked me if I could him some money.A lend B borrow C take 25 I’m sorry I’m late. I the bus.A missed B left C lost Grammar and Vocabulary totalNew English File Intermediate photocopiable Oxford University Press 200625505

DO NEF Int tst bklt Tests 2P25/10/0614:34Page 6NAME1AGrammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation3 Complete the sentences with shall / going to / willor the present continuous.G R AM MAR1 Underline the correct form.Example: We usually get up / get up usually early everymorning.1 I don’t usually have / I’m not usually having dessert,but I’ll have one tonight.Example: I’m sure that Jess will help (help) you if youask her.1 A I (go) to town this afternoon.(I /go) to the supermarket on myway back?2 Jake tries / is trying to get fit for the athleticscompetition next month.B Yes, we need bread, milk and some fruit.3 In the summer, I often cycle / I’m often cyclingto work.A OK. I (get) all that, and someeggs, too.4 What are you doing / do you do this evening?5 Helen don’t work / isn’t working tomorrow, so we’remeeting for lunch.6 Clare buys a lot of takeaways, but I prefer / I’mpreferring home-made food.2 A I heard on the radio that the weather(be) excellent this weekend.B That’s good, because my parents(come) to stay with me.63 A I went to see Miami Vice yesterday at the cinema.It’s excellent.B Oh good. I (see) it tomorrow.2 Complete the sentences. Use the correct form ofthe verb in brackets.A I know you (love) it.7Example: He was watching (watch) a film on TV when Iarrived.Grammar total1 I (already / finish) cooking when Gilloffered to help.VO C AB U L ARY2 As soon as I arrived, we (order) our food –everyone had waited for me.4 Underline the odd word out.3 Manchester United (win) 2–0 at half time,but they lost the match 3–2.20Example: beans salmon spicy sausages1 spicy prawns sweet fresh4 We were really tired when we arrived because we(not sleep) for 26 hours.2 duck sausages chicken beans5 You’re lucky I’m still here. I (get) ready togo out when you phoned.4 grilled baked boiled raw6 I was thinking about him when he (ring) me!6 frozen home-made menu low-fat3 starter main course napkin dessert7 Last week the boss (say) he would give mea pay rise, because I was so hard-working.5 knife fork glass spoon676New English File Intermediate photocopiable Oxford University Press 2006

DO NEF Int tst bklt Tests 2P25/10/0614:34Page 7NAME1AGrammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation5 Complete the sentences with one word.P R O N U N C IATI O N7 Write the words in the correct place.Example: I get fit by running every morning.1 He got when he fell on the basketball courtand he couldn’t finish the game.fruit circuit plate spectator sugar portion2 In the NBA a basketball is about 28 metreslong.3 There is a new ski in my town and it isindoors.4 I play tennis, and I tai-chi.plate123455 A football is about 100 metres long.6 It is very important to warm beforedoing sport.7 Volleyball and basketball are usually played indoorsin a sports .758 Underline the stressed syllable.6 Complete the sentences with the correct words.Example: talkativeExample: Jim’s really shy. He hates meeting new people.shy sensitive extrovert1 protest (v)2 in-laws1 You should think about how other people feel insteadof being so !spoilt independent selfish3 vegetable4 atmosphere5 aggressive2 In sport, boys are often more than girls.They always want to win.bossy competitive reliable3 She’s just because you got a higher score inthe test yesterday.5Pronunciation total10Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total50ambitious spoilt jealous4 Jack’s so . He can talk to anyone aboutanything.insecure sociable manipulative5 You’re too . Please let me pay this time!generous honest sensitive6 He sometimes gets if he’s not allowed todo what he wants.sensible moody mean7 Lynne was very tonight. Do you thinkshe’s OK?extrovert shy quiet7Vocabulary total20New English File Intermediate photocopiable Oxford University Press 20067

DO NEF Int tst bklt Tests 2P25/10/0614:34Page 8NAME1BGrammar, Vocabulary, and PronunciationG R AM MAR3 Complete the sentences. Use the correct form ofthe verb in brackets.1 Complete the sentences with shall / going to / willor the present continuous.Example: He was watching (watch) a film on TV when Iarrived.1 I was thinking about him when he (ring) me!2 You’re lucky I’m still here. I (get) ready togo out when you phoned.Example: I’m sure that Jess will help (help) you if youask her.1 A I went to see Superman Returns yesterday at thecinema. It’s excellent.3 Last week the boss (say) he would give mea pay rise, because I was so hard-working.B Oh good. I (see) it tomorrow.A I know you (love) it.2 A I (go) to town this afternoon.(I /go) to the supermarket on my way back?B Yes, we need bread, milk and some fruit.4 Real Madrid (win) 2–0 at half time, butthey lost the match 3–2.5 As soon as I arrived, we (order) our food –everyone had waited for me.6 I (already / finish) cooking when Mariaoffered to help.A OK. I (get) all that, and somecheese, too.7 We were really tired when we arrived because we3 A I heard on the radio that the weather(be) excellent this weekend.(not sleep) for 26 hours.B That’s good, because my parents (come)to stay with me.Grammar total720VO C AB U L ARY2 Underline the correct form.4 Complete the sentences with one word.Example: We usually get up / get up usually earlyevery morning.Example: I get fit by running every morning.1 Peter don’t work / isn’t working tomorrow, so we’remeeting for lunch.1 It is very important to warm beforedoing sport.2 What are you doing / do you do this evening?2 A football is about 100 metres long.3 Clare buys a lot of takeaways, but I prefer / I’mpreferring home-made food.3 Volleyball and basketball are usually played indoorsin a sports .4 In the summer, I often cycle / I’m often cycling towork.4 There is a new ski in my town and it isindoors.5 Emma tries / is trying to get fit for the athleticscompetition next month.5 In the NBA a basketball is about 28 metreslong.6 I don’t usually have / I’m not usually having dessert,but I’ll have one tonight.6 Mike got when he fell on the basketballcourt and he couldn’t finish the game.6877 We play tennis, and we tai-chi.7New English File Intermediate photocopiable Oxford University Press 2006

DO NEF Int tst bklt Tests 2P25/10/0614:34Page 9NAME1BGrammar, Vocabulary, and PronunciationP R O N U N C IATI O N5 Complete the sentences with the correct words.Example: Jim’s really shy. He hates meeting new people.7 Underline the stressed syllable.Example: talkativeshy sensitive extrovert1 aggressive1 Julia sometimes gets if she’s not allowed todo what she wants.2 atmospheresensible moody mean3 protest (v)2 You’re too . Please let me pay this time!4 vegetablegenerous honest sensitive5 in-laws3 Debra was very tonight. Do you thinkshe’s OK?58 Write the words in the correct place.extrovert shy quiet4 Dave’s just because you got a higher scorein the test yesterday.fruit plate sugar spectator circuit portionambitious spoilt jealous5 In sport, boys are often more than girls.They always want to win.bossy competitive reliableplate123456 You should think about how other people feel insteadof being so !spoilt independent selfish7 My brother’s so . He can talk to anyoneabout anything.insecure sociable manipulative576 Underline the odd word out.Pronunciation total10Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total50Example: beans salmon spicy sausages1 knifespoonforkglass2 grilledboiledbakedraw3 frozenlow-fathome-mademenu4 dessertstartermain coursenapkin5 duckchickensausagesbeans6 prawnsspicysweetfreshVocabulary total620New English File Intermediate photocopiable Oxford University Press 20069

DO NEF Int tst bklt Tests 2P25/10/0614:34Page 10NAME1AReading and WritingR EAD I N GRead the article and tick ( ) A, B, or C.We interviewed three people about how family andfriends have affected their personalities.Example: Katie believes that your family and friends don’tinfluence you.A True B False C Doesn’t say1 Maria has a close relationship with her family.A True B False C Doesn’t say2 Maria’s grandmother had seven children.Maria StanovichI’ve always had a strong relationship with my family. Animportant influence on my personality was mygrandmother, Hannah. She was born in 1930 into apoor family with seven children – they had to take verygood care of each other in order to survive. Growingup in such difficult conditions had a positive effect onher, teaching her to share everything, be honest,helpful, hard-working, and affectionate. Mygrandmother taught me all these things, making merealize that family is more important than materialpossessions.A TrueThe people around you have the greatest influence onyour life – they affect the way you behave and think. Assoon as Rob and I met, we connected. When Rob wasyoung, his father died in a motorcycle accident. Beingbrought up as an only child by a single parent made himindependent and ambitious. He left home at 16, andsince then has lived in different places and had variousjobs. He’s taught me that it’s important to find time forfriends and family and to do what makes you happy. Healways has fun, trying new things, keeping his mind andbody healthy, and he still works hard to achieve hisgoals. I greatly admire Rob and I hope that one day Ican look at life in the way that he does.Jed MitchellI spent many hours as a child listening to my uncleWilson’s stories. He was the youngest of 11 childrenwhose family lived in a fishing town in Scotland. Lifewas hard and with so many mouths to feed, thechildren began working from an early age. At just 14,my uncle began his first job as a fisherman. That wasthe beginning of his adventures – he travelled andworked in Alaska, South-East Asia, India, and Africa. Heeducated himself, learnt to be a chef, an engineer, afarmer, and photographer. Uncle Wilson taught me thatlife is special and that you should take everyopportunity that you can to fill it with adventure.10B False A True B False C Doesn’t say C Doesn’t say 3 Maria’s grandmother is still alive.4 Growing up in a big family made Maria’s grandmotherless selfish.A True B False5 Katie met Rob at work.A True B False C Doesn’t say C Doesn’t say 6 Katie knew she and Rob would be good friends becausethey immediately got on well.A TrueKatie Dupont B False C Doesn’t say7 Katie thinks Rob lives his life in a positive way.A True B False C Doesn’t say8 Jed’s uncle’s first job was as a chef.A True B False C Doesn’t say 9 Jed thinks people shouldn’t waste any chances in life.A True B False C Doesn’t say10 Jed would like to travel like his uncle did.A True B False C Doesn’t sayReading total 10WR ITI N GImagine you’re going to study at a language school inthe UK for three weeks. You receive an email fromyour home-stay family asking some questions aboutyour lifestyle. Reply to their email and include thefollowing information. (140–180 words) thank them for email your age, family, work / study what you usually eat / your likes and dislikes sports you do / interests you haveReading and Writing total1020New English File Intermediate photocopiable Oxford University Press 2006

DO NEF Int tst bklt Tests 2P25/10/0614:34Page 11NAME1BReading and WritingR EAD I N GRead the article and tick ( ) A, B, or C.We interviewed three people about how family andfriends have affected their personalities.Maria StanovichI’ve always had a strong relationship with my family. Animportant influence on my personality was mygrandmother, Hannah. She was born in 1930 into a poorfamily with seven children – they had to take very goodcare of each other in order to survive. Growing up insuch difficult conditions had a positive effect on her,teaching her to share everything, be honest, helpful,hard-working, and affectionate. My grandmother taughtme all these things, making me realize that family ismore important than material possessions.Example: Katie believes that your family and friends don’tinfluence you.A TrueThe people around you have the greatest influence onyour life – they affect the way you behave and think. Assoon as Rob and I met, we connected. When Rob wasyoung, his father died in a motorcycle accident. Beingbrought up as an only child by a single parent made himindependent and ambitious. He left home at 16, andsince then has lived in different places and had variousjobs. He’s taught me that it’s important to find time forfriends and family and to do what makes you happy. Healways has fun, trying new things, keeping his mind andbody healthy, and he still works hard to achieve hisgoals. I greatly admire Rob and I hope that one day Ican look at life in the way that he does. B False C Doesn’t say 1 Maria’s personality was affected by her grandmother.A True B False C Doesn’t say 2 There were some advantages to Maria’s grandmother’shard life.A True B False C Doesn’t say3 Maria’s grandmother taught her to tell the truth.A True B False C Doesn’t say4 As soon as Rob and Katie met, they got on well.A True B False C Doesn’t say 5 Katie and Rob both appreciate life in the same way.A True B False C Doesn’t say C Doesn’t say 6 Katie is younger than Rob.A TrueKatie Dupont B False 7 Jed’s uncle Wilson worked to help buy food for hisfamily.A True B False C Doesn’t say 8 Jed’s uncle Wilson taught his children a lot about life.A True B False C Doesn’t say 9 Jed’s uncle taught him how to fish.A True B False C Doesn’t say 10 Jed travels a lot like his uncle did.A True B False C Doesn’t sayReading total 10WR ITI N GJed MitchellI spent many hours as a child listening to my uncleWilson’s stories. He was the youngest of 11 childrenwhose family lived in a fishing town in Scotland. Lifewas hard and with so many mouths to feed, thechildren began working from an early age. At just 14,my uncle began his first job as a fisherman. That wasthe beginning of his adventures – he travelled andworked in Alaska, South-East Asia, India, and Africa. Heeducated himself, learnt to be a chef, an engineer, afarmer, and photographer. Uncle Wilson taught me thatlife is special and that you should take everyopportunity that you can to fill it with adventure.Imagine you’re going to study at a language school inthe UK for three weeks. You receive an email fromyour home-stay family asking some questions aboutyour lifestyle. Reply to their email and include thefollowing information. (140–180 words) thank them for email your age, family, work / study what you usually eat / your likes and dislikes sports you do / interests you haveNew English File Intermediate photocopiable Oxford University Press 2006Reading and Writing total102011

DO NEF Int tst bklt Tests 2P25/10/0614:34Page 12NAME1NAMEAListening and Speaking1BListening and SpeakingLI STE N I N GLI STE N I N GListen to the interview with a professional footballreferee. Complete the information with the correctword.Listen to the interview with a professional footballreferee. Complete the information with the correctword.Example: The referee thinks it’s impossible to choose onlyone match.Example: The referee thinks it’s impossible to choose onlyone match.The Real Madrid–Barcelona matches were exciting toJuan Antonio really enjoyed refereeing the Real Madrid –referee because of the incredible 1 in the stadium.Barcelona games because of the atmosphere in the 1The player that Juan Antonio most admires is Mauro Silva,.the international.Mauro Silva is a great 2 being.Juan Antonio was attacked by players and spectators after aJuan Antonio was once attacked and 3 by playersmatch because the home team 3 .and spectators after a match.Winning has become more important in football because ofReferees sometimes make mistakes with penalties when athe involved.player 4 over in the penalty area.Referees would find it easier to make decisions if playersLuckily most players don’t cheat, so fair 5 still24didn’t 5 .Listening total10Speaking totalListening and Speaking totalS P EAKI N Gexists in football.Listening total1020Speaking total2030Listening and Speaking total30Student A1 Make questions and ask your partner.S P EAKI N GStudent B1 Make questions and ask your partner.1 What / eat / typical day? What / eat / today?1 cook? What / like / cook?2 What / favourite restaurant? Why?2 recommend / tourists / eat in your town or city?3 prefer / do sport or be spectator? Why?3 do / sport or exercise? How often?4 ever cheat / exam, game or sport? How / cheat?4 ever have / accident or sports injury? What / happen?5 any sport / like to learn?5 any sport / hate / watch on TV?2 Talk about the statement below, saying if you agreeor disagree. Give reasons.2 Listen to your partner talking about food. Do youagree with him / her?‘People in my country eat very healthily.’3 Listen to your partner talking about sport. Do youagree with him / her?123 Talk about the statement below, saying if you agreeor disagree. Give reasons.‘Nowadays we spend too much time watching sporton TV.’New English File Intermediate photocopiable Oxford University Press 2006

DO NEF Int tst bklt Tests 2P25/10/0614:34Page 13NAME2AGrammar, Vocabulary, and PronunciationG R AM MAR3 Write the comparative or superlative form ofthe adjectives.1 Complete the dialogues with the verbs. Use thepresent perfect simple or the past simple.Example: The people in Ireland are some of thefriendliest (friendly) in the world.Example: I’ve been to Beijing, but I’ve never been(not / go) to Shanghai.AndyHello, could I speak to Mr Jackson, please?BethI’m sorry, he 1 (just / go) into ameeting.Ian2SteveYes, I lent it to my brother and I would neverdo it again!Petra3TobyNo, because I had 30 in my wallet.1 I think this design is (interesting) thanthat one.2 When we all checked in, Sarah’s luggage was(heavy).3 Is transport here (expensive) as in yourcountry?(you / ever/ lend) anyone your car?4 The trains in Japan are (modern) I’ve evertravelled on.(you / take) out any money fromthe cash machine this morning?5 That was probably (bad) meal we’ve everhad in a restaurant!6 She looks much (good) with long hair.Doctor What seems to be the problem?Jack7 My new office is (tiny) as my last one.I 4 (fall) over playing basketball.7I think I 5 (break) my finger.PaulHow long 6 (you / know) each other?LisaWell, we 7 (meet) in 1998 and we’vebeen good friends since.72 Underline the correct word or phrase.Grammar total20VO C AB U L ARY4 Write the synonyms.Example: very tastydelicious1 very angryExample: You’ve been working / worked hard formonths – you need a holiday.2 verystarving1 How long has your brother been working /does your brother work in Madrid?3 very frightened4 very bad2 I’m writing an email to my best friend. I’ve known /been knowing her for years.5 veryfreezing6 very dirty3 Don’t worry. I haven’t been crying / cried – I’ve gota cold.7 very hot74 I’ve been waiting for this moment since / for along time.5 He’s doing / been doing yoga for three years now.6 I’ve disliked / been disliking bananas since I wasa child.6New English File Intermediate photocopiable Oxford University Press 200613

DO NEF Int tst bklt Tests 2P25/10/0614:34Page 14NAME2AGrammar, Vocabulary, and PronunciationP R O N U N C IATI O N5 Complete the sentences with the word(s).Example: You should always wear a seat belt in a car.7 Write the words in the correct place.1 P t in this city is excellent. Mostpeople don’t need to use their cars.scooter lorry platform boiling waste coach2 Please have your b c andpassport ready to show before you board the plane.3 In Australia it is the law for cyclists to wear ah .4 There’s a p a in the town centreso you don’t have to worry about traffic.boiling123455 When I was a teenager, we went on a schoolt to France.6 There are always queues at the t ron a Saturday night, when people want to get home.66 Complete the sentences with the correct word(s).58 Underline the stressed syllable.Example: mortgageExample: I’m just going to take out some money beforewe go to the cinema.up out with1 carriage2 invest3 magazine1 I’m trying not to money on clothes I willnever wear.invest waste charge2 I try to some of my salary every month sothat I can go travelling.save afford cost4 tasty5 pedestrian5Pronunciation total10Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total503 My parents me some money so I couldbuy a car.borrowed owed lent4 When he’s twenty-one, he’s going tomoney from his grandmother, who died last year.invest inherit take out5 We were charged z170 the bottle ofchampagne!at with for6 Let me pay you the money you lent me.for with back7 I need a from the bank because I spentmore money than I have.loan tax mortgage7Vocabulary total1420New English File Intermediate photocopiable Oxford University Press 2006

DO NEF Int tst bklt Tests 2P25/10/0614:34Page 15NAME2BGrammar, Vocabulary, and PronunciationG R AM MAR3 Complete the dialogues with the verbs. Use thepresent perfect simple or the past simple.1 Underline the correct word or phrase.Example: I’ve been to Beijing, but I’ve never been(not / go) to Shanghai.Example: You’ve been working / worked hard formonths – you need a holiday.1 He’s doing / been doing yoga for three years now.2 I’ve been waiting for this moment since / for along time.JohnHow long 1 (you / know) each other?KeiraWell, we 2 (meet) in 1998 and we’vebeen good friends since.Doctor What seems to be the problem?3 I’ve disliked / been disliking bananas since I wasa child.MikeI 3 (fall) over playing basketball.I think I 4 (break) my finger.4 Don’t worry. I haven’t been crying / cried – I’ve gota cold.Sean5 I’m writing a letter to my best friend. I’ve known /been know

In this test booklet you’ll find: an Entry test a test for each File of New English File Intermediate, in A and B versions an End-of-course test in A and B versions The Entry test The Entry test is an optional test which covers s