Think: First Certificate by Jon Naunton

By Jon Naunton

This path is designed to arrange scholars for the revised First certificates examination utilizing labored examples, elevated listening and interpreting initiatives, and a grammar part new to this version.

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Which ones are followed by reasons, which by precautions and which by results (consequences)? A Rephrase the sentences below using the words at the end of each line. 1 You should insure your house because it may catch fire, in c a s e 2 He didn't want anyone to recognise him so the film star wore dark glasses, b e c a u s e 3 She packed the glasses carefully because she didn't want them to get broken in the post, so 4 He always took a map with him. He was afraid of getting lost, in c a s e 5 The thief wore gloves because he didn't want to leave any fingerprints.

If anything goes wrong stay near vehicle. Burn tyres to attract attention. Rest in shade to conserve energy. Don't try to walk. STUDENT B: Give A advice about making a jungle trip. Take medicine chest and snake serum. Need water purifying tablets and mosquito nets. Wear boots and long trousers - not shorts. Presents for people we meet! Take a revolver or rifle and maps and compass. If things go wrong find high ground and open space. If you don't have a transceiver radio have rescue flares you can fire into sky.

Here the past simple is being used to describe simple facts and states. The little girl got ready, waved goodbye to her mother and promised to be careful. Here the past simple is used on its own because the events follow each other in a clear chronological sequence. Past c o n t i n u o u s The sun was shining and the birds were singing. Here the past continuous is being used to set the scene. She was making her way along the narrow path when she heard a noise. Here the past continuous is being used together with the past simple to show t h a t one action was going on when it was interrupted by another action.

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