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    I. Listen and match ABC with the sentences


    1. We're travelling to Scotland by plane ………………………..

    2. We'll have fun even if the weather is bad ………………………..

    3. The team will be pleased with the accommodation in Athens ………………………..

    4. The two countries are going to provide very different experiences …………………..

    5. The team manager is holding a party on our return………………………..


    A if Tim makes this statement

    B if Amanda makes this statement

    C if both Tim and Amanda make this statement


    1:     A

    2:     B

    3:     A

    4:     C

    5:     A

    II. Fill in the gaps with the present continuous or future simple form of the verbs in brackets.

    Kirsty: Hi Elaine. It's Kirsty, here.

    Elaine: Hello, how are you?

    Kirsty: Fine. Listen, I know this is very short notice but 6 ( are you doing ) (do) anything  tonight?

    Elaine: Nothing why?

    Kirsty: Well I 7 ( am taking ) (take) my class to the theatre, but one of them can't go.

    Would you like to come?

    Elaine: I'd love to. What's the play about?

    Kirsty: Oh, I 8 ( will tell )  (tell) you all about that a little later. I 9 ( will pick )  (pick) you up at 6.30 - is that okay?

    Elaine: Yes, OK. Or how about meeting a bit earlier? We could have a coffee beforehand.

    Kirsty: Well, I 10 ( am seeing )  (see) the school principal at four, but I suppose I could come after that. My meeting 11 ( will probably finish ) (probably/finish) at about 5.30. Is that okay?

    Elaine: Yes, of course. What time does the play actually start?

    Kirsty: At 7.30, although we ( will need 12 )  (need) to be there before as I 13 ( am meeting )  (meet) my students at the theatre at seven. Afterwards they 14 ( will probably want ) (probably/want) to talk about the play for a little while. But I hope that 15 ( won't go on )  (not/go on) for too long. There 16 ( will be ) (be) plenty of time for us to discuss it at tomorrow's lesson.

    Elaine: That's fine. I 17 ( will see ) (see) you at 5.30!

    III. Fill in the gaps in the second half of this model answer with phrases from the box

    are going to feel           are likely to occur                          will be

    will find                        are going to happen                     are predicted to work

    will continue                will have                                       are likely to lead to

    is likely to become      will develop                                  will result

    Thanks to modern technology, there have been enormous changes in the workplace over the past 100 years.

    So now let us consider the changes that 18 ( are likely to occur ) in the next 100 years. Unfortunately, I believe that not all changes 19 ( will be )for the better. For example,  more people 20 ( are predicted to work )from home and so they 21 ( are going to feel )  more isolated from their colleagues. On the other hand they 22 ( will have )   greater freedom to choose their working hours.

    A further possible change is that handwriting 23 ( is likely to become ) obsolete. We are already so used to using a keyboard that today's children are losing the ability to spell without the aid of a word processor.

    Without a doubt, even greater changes 24 ( are going to happen )  in technology used in the workplace. Computers 25 ( will continue )  to grow even more powerful and this 26 ( will result )  in an even faster pace of life than we have now. Let us hope that our employers 27 ( will find ) way to reduce the stress on worker’s this fast pace can bring.

    I also think these improvements in technology 28 ( are likely to lead to ) even more globalization than now and companies 29 ( will develop )  very strong international links.

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