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SNAPSHOT - PRE-INTERMEDIATE - LANGUAGE BOOSTER - GRAMMAR BUILDER (UNITS 1-20)



Rezolvarea exercitiilor de la THE GRAMMAR BUILDER (Units 1-19) din manualul la limba engleza pentru clasa a V-a intitulat SNAPSHOT - PRE-INTERMEDIATE - Workbook with Grammar Builder, Editura Longman, Autori Brian Abbs, Chris Barker si Ingrid Freebairn, Editia 1999

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Unit 1

Snapshot - Pre-Intermediate - ex 1 / page 86

1. b  2. c  3. c   4. a   5. c  6. b  7. a  8.  b

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 2 / page 86

1. don’t like 
2. am doing
3. are staying
4. do you usually start
5. has got
6. is having; has
7. needs
8. doesn’t rain


Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 3 / page 87

1. ‘m staying
2. have got
3. do not read
4. do not use
5.  get
6. study
7. ‘m sitting
8. am drinking
9. is shinning
10. are singing
11. go
12. learn
13. fall
14. borrow
15. makes
16. don’t like
17. ‘m getting
18. have
19. don’t eat
20. has
21. love
22. do you have
23. do you start
24. do you get
25. is Martin working

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 4 / page 87

1. Have you?
2. Is it?
3. Is she?
4. Has he?
5. Are you?
6. Are they?
7. Does he?
8. Have they?
9. Are you?

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 5 / page 88

1. pay for the tickets: Are Sandy and Alice going to the travel agency to pay for the tickets?
2. meet your friend: Are you going to the station to meet your friend?
3. get some aspirins: Is Melissa going to the chemist’s to get some aspirins?
4. have a drink: Are we going to a café to have a drink?
5. to buy some tennis balls: Is Adrian going to a sports shop to buy some tennis balls?
6. get some stamps: Is Lola going to the post office to get some stamps?
7. play badminton: Are they going to the sports centre to play badminton? 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 6 / page 88

1. b  2. a  3. d  4. g  5. c  6. f 

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Unit 2

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 1 / page 90

1. had
2. got
3. went
4. got
5. took
6. left
7. remembered
8. ran
9. gave
10. stopped
11. bought
12. came
13. ate
14. made
15. packed
16. walked
17. caught
18. found
19. showed
20. shook
21. said

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 2 / page 90

1. 
Q: Did you find your swimming costume?
A: No, so I didn’t go swimming.

2. 
Q: How long did the journey take?
A: It didn’t take very long. About an hour.

3.
Q: What do they do in Amsterdam?
A: They didn’t go in the end. They missed the plane!

4.
Q: Where did she buy her purple jeans?
A: She didn’t buy them. I gave them to her.

5. 
Q: Did your sister lose her passport?
A: No, she didn’t lose her passport. She lost her plane ticket. 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 3 / page 91

1. was
2. took
a. then
3. caught
b. after
4. walked
5. got
6. was
7. were
8. arrived
9. went
c. the next day
10. felt
11. took
12. met
13. gave
14. put
15. went
d. then
16. slept

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 4 / page 91

1. He slept late this morning because he didn’t go to bed until midnight.
2. They ran to the station because they didn’t want to miss the train.
3. He woke up suddenly because there was a loud noise in the night.
4. She didn’t enjoy the party because she didn’t know anyone.
5. We had a terrible holiday because it rained every day.
6. She wore three sweaters because she felt very cold.
7. I didn’t phone him because I didn’t have his phone number. 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 5 / page 92

1.  He didn’t go to bed until midnight so he slept late this morning.
2. They didn’t want to miss the train so they ran to the station.
3. There was a loud noise in the night so he woke up suddenly.
4. She didn’t know anyone so she didn’t enjoy the party because.
5. It rained every day so we had a terrible holiday.
6. She felt very cold so she wore three sweaters.
7. I didn’t have his phone number so I didn’t phone him. 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 6 / page 92

1. They missed the bus so they took a taxi.
2. We lost our tickets so we can’t go to the match.
3. The film annoyed me because nothing happened in it.
4. They complained because they didn’t like the food.
5. My aunt gave me some money so I bought some tapes.
6. He borrowed my mobile phone because he wanted to phone his girlfriend.

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Unit 3

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 1 / page 94

1. which
2. ,which; Isles, have
3. where
4. ,which; islands, is
5. who
6. where
7. , which; seals, is
8. , who; children, lived

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 2 / page 94

1. is buying birthday present for Nadia.
2. are going to Nadia’s party.
3. is meeting Cathy for lunch.
4. is playing tennis with Luisa.
5. are arriving.
6. is going to Oasis concert with Anita and Frankie. 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 3 / page 95

1. 
Q: What time will you get back?
A: We’ll be back by midnight. We won’t be late.

2.
Q: How will they get home from the club?
A: There won’t be any buses so they will have to get a taxi.

3.
Q: Will you write me soon?
A: I’ll not write but I’ll phone you from Paris.

4.
Q: Will you have a drink?
A: I won’t have a drink, thanks. I’ll have a sandwich.

5.
Q: What will the weather be like?
A: It won’t be hot. It will rain, I think. 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 4 / page 95

1. are seeing
2. are having
3. will forget, won’t write
4. are you doing, are going
5. will you wait, ‘ll meet
6. won’t repeat
7. is going 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 5 / page 96

1. are going
2. are going to leave
3. are they going to be
4. they are staying
5. I am having
6. I am going to try
7. are you doing
8. I am going
9. I’m going to be

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 6 / page 96

1. I’ll take 
2. I won’t know
3. I’ll see
4. Anthony and Heidi are going to get married.
5. He is going to play
6. I’ll lend
7. I’m going to wash
8. I won’t have
9. she is going to take

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Unit 4

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 1 / page 98

1. 
Q: How long have they known each other?
A: They have known each other since January.

2. 
Q: How long has she had a motorbike?
A: She has had it for two years.

3. 
Q: How long has he worked at the Funk Club?
A: He has worked at the Funk Club since last year.

4. 
Q: How long has she been at the beach?
A: She has been at the beach for about an hour.

5. 
Q: How long have they lived in Canada?
A: They have lived in Canada for years and years.

6. 
Q: How long have you been here?
A: I’ve been here since July 3rd.


Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 2 / page 98

1. have been
a. since
b. since
2. have read
3. have done
4. haven’t seen
c. for
5. haven’t played
d. for
6. haven’t meet
e. since
7. haven’t slept
f. for
8. have you seen
g. since
9. haven’t had
h. for


Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 3 / page 99

1. The Garage is more expensive than Dr. Funk. Secrets is the most expensive.
2. The Garage is more lively than Secrets. Dr. Funk is the most lively.
3. The Garage is noisier than Secrets. Dr. Funk is the noisiest.
4. The Garage has more good music than Secrets. Dr. Funk has the most good music.
5.  Dr. Funk has more interesting people than The Garage.  Secrets has the most interesting people. 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 4 / page 99

1. Racehorses are much faster than cheetahs.
2. Michael Jordan is much well-paid than the football player David Beckham.
3. Sumatran rhinos are just as endangered as the giant pandas.
4. Andrea is not as tall as Serena.
5. A Zeta watch is a bit more expensive than a Romeo watch.
6. The River Amazon is a bit shorter than the River Nile.

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Unit 6

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 1 / page 101

1. was he driving; hit
2. rang; were watching
3. was getting; pushed
4. wasn’t going; fell
5. pulled; was she breathing
6. were you living; met
7. were leaving; heard
8. was drowning; saw; rescued
9. took; was not looking

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 2 / page 101

1. decided
2. found
3. was writing
4. sat
5. opened
6. started
7. were making
8. put
9. was watching
10. thinking
11. skated
12. broke
13. didn’t have
14. had

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 3 / page 102

2. We swam into the Gawain’s Pool.
3. We climbed up the Mount Misery.
4. We walked over Tristan’s Bridge.
5. We walked down the Mount Joy.
6. We ran through the Tunnel of Understanding.
7. We walked along the Golden River.
8. We tiptoed across the sleeping dragon.
9. We climbed up the wall.
10. We went into the Camelot Castle.

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Unit 7

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 1 / page 104

1. haven’t we
2. weren’t you
3. can’t she
4. wasn’t I
5. won’t we
6. haven’t you
7. don’t they
8. weren’t we
9. didn’t I
10. aren’t you
11. don’t I
12. isn’t he

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 2 / page 104

1. is it
2. can they
3. did you
4. does she
5. is she
6. will he
7. has he
8. was it
9. are we
10. have you
11. were they
12. do you
13. am I
14. have we

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 3 / page 104

1. h
2. g
3. c
4. e
5. a
6. f
7. d

1.    Neil Armstrong was the first person on the moon, wasn’t he?
2.     Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet, didn’t he?
3.     There aren’t any bears in Scotland, are there?
4.     Leonardo DiCaprio doesn’t wear glasses, does he?
5.     This book has 144 pages, doesn’t it?
6.     The Romans didn’t stay long in Britain, did they?
7.     The Beatles were big in the sixties, weren’t they? 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 4 / page 105

1. Paul hasn’t gotten up ye; he is still reading in bed.
2. ‘Has Tom passed his driving test yet?’ ‘No, he is still having driving lessons.’
3. Martha is still looking for her keys; she hasn’t found them yet.
4. ‘Have you bought a surfboard yet?’ ‘No, I am still saving up for one.’
5. She is still cutting her hair; she hasn’t washed it yet.
6. Ben is still eating his lunch; he hasn’t finished his ice-cream yet.
7. ‘Have you bought a new watch yet?’ ‘No, I am still using my grandfather’s watch.’ 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 5 / page 106

1. have been
2. haven’t had
3. yet
4. have visited
5. has just left
6. hasn’t come yet
7. have been
8. have already read
9. have written
10. has just turned on
11. have already seen
12. have you bought
13. yet
14. has Mr Jackson given
15. has your brother gone
16. yet
17. has Tom invited
18. yet

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 6 / page 106
1. haven’t watched
2. happened
3. has Kate had
4. had
5. have they started
6. haven’t been
7. had
8. died
9. did Kylie do
10. went
11. didn’t want
12. Has Chris left
13. has already found
14. met
15. Has old Mrs Moreton died
16. has just come

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Unit 8

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 1 / page 108

1. shouldn’t use their cars so much/ ought not to use their cars so much
2. shouldn’t go swimming/ ought not to go swimming yet
3. should start training/ ought to start training
4. should learn to drive first/ ought to start training learn to drive first
5. shouldn’t worry about them/ ought not to worry about them
6. should tidy it/ ought to tidy it
7. shouldn’t buy new clothes all the time/ ought not to buy new clothes all the time
8. should close it down/ ought to close it down

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 2 / page 108

1. had to; did he have to get up
2. have to; do you have to phone
3. had to; did they have to go to the airport
4. have to; do you have to clean your room now?
5. had to; did you have to pay
6. had to; have you had to wait
7. have to; do you have to meet Kevin?
8. had to; exams did we had to take last week.
9. had to; games did they have t play
10. has to; does he have to see the head teacher

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 3 / page 109

1. have to
2. has to
3. has to
4. mustn’t
5. mustn’t
6. mustn’t
7. mustn’t

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 4 / page 109
1. don’t have
2. mustn’t
3. doesn’t have to
4. mustn’t
5. doesn’t have to
6. mustn’t
7. don’t have to
8. mustn’t
9. mustn’t

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 5 / page 110

1. does he
2. should she
3. did we
4. mustn’t they
5. hasn’t she
6. must they
7. have we
8. should she
9. had he
10. do you
11. hadn’t it
12. did they

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 6 / page 110

1. h   2. d   3. b   4. g   5. a   6. c   7. e   8. f

1. Would you mind buying some aspirins? Mum’s got a headache.

2. Would you mind turning the music down? I’m trying to sleep.

3. Would you mind lending me your bike? I’m late for school.

4. Would you mind opening the window? It’s very hot in here.

5. Would you mind opening the door? The cat ants to go out.

6. Would you mind making the dinner? I’m too tired.

7. Would you mind helping me with this suitcase? It’s terribly heavy.

8. Would you mind signing the visitor’s book? It’s one of the club rules.

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Unit 9

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 1 / page 112

1. She has been feeling ill for a week.
2. They have been playing tennis since two o’clock.
3. We have been traveling around South Africa since June.
4. I have been doing the washing-up for an hour.
5. It has been snowing since two o’clock.
6. He has been reading it for a month. 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 2 / page 112

1. 
Q: How long has your father been reading the newspaper?
A: For an hour and a half.

2. 
Q: How long has the cat been watching the bird?
A: Since four o’clock.


3. 
Q: How long has it been raining?
A: Since two thirty.

4.
Q: How long has she been grating the cheese?
A: For about ten minutes.

5. 
Q: How long have they been lying in the sun?
A: Since breakfast.

6. 
Q: How long have you been living in Ohio?
A: Since March.

7. 
Q: How long have we been waiting for the bus?
A: For forty minutes.

8. Q: How long has the pizza been cooking in the oven?
A: Since one o’clock.

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 3 / page 113

1. h   2. d   3. a   4. g   5. i   6. b   7. f   8. e

1.    Humans have been living on Earth for about 100,000 years.
2.     People have been traveling in space since about 1900.
3.     People have been driving cars since 1790.
4.     Madonna has been making records since 1982.
5.     Leonardo DiCaprio has been working as an actor since he was five.
6.     People have been writing for about 5,000 years.
7.     People have been riding bicycles since 1982.
8.     I have been doing this exercise for about five minutes.

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 4 / page 114

1. haven’t been waiting
2. got
3. has it been raining
4. came
5. have you been using
6. bought
7. have been riding
8. didn’t sleep
9. felt
10. had
11. enjoyed
12. have you been learning

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 5 / page 115

b. shall I
c. would you like me to
d. would you like me to
e. shall I
f. shall I
g. would you like me to

1. c    2. a    3. b    4. g     5. d     6. e     7. f

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Unit 11

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 1 / page 116

1. h   2. d   3. a   4. j   5. c   6. b   7. i   8. e   9. g

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 2 / page 116

1. won’t
2. ‘ll
3. will
4. might
5. ‘ll
6. might
7. will
8. will
9. will
10. will
11. won’t
12. will
13. won’t
14. won’t
15. might
16. might
17. might

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 3 / page 117

1. c
2. h
3. f
4. d
5. e
6. a
7. b

1.    If you are lucky at cards, you will be unlucky in love.
2.     If you eat an apple every day, you will never need to go to the doctor.
3.     If you break a mirror, you will have bad luck for seven years.
4.     If a friend gives you a knife as a present, you will have bad dreams.
5.     If you eat cheese at night, you will have bad dreams.
6.     If somebody walks under a ladder, he or she will have bad luck.
7.     If the sky is red at night, there will be good weather the next day. 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 4 / page 118

1. If we don’t have your shoe size, we’ll give you a free tennis racket.
2. If you don’t pay a penny, you’ll be happy with your new hairstyle.
3. If you want expensive clothes, we won’t be right for you.
4. If you don’t like our holiday camps, you will enjoy adventures.
5. If a friend of yours joins the club, we will give you a free sports bag.
6. If your best friends don’t know about your spots, you will tell them.

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Unit 12

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 1 / page 120

1. are shown
2. were allowed 
3. was opened
4. is delivered; is left
5. are grown
6. was made
7. was invented
8. is served
9. were given
10. are kept

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 2 / page 120

1. Pesticides aren’t used on organic farms.
2. When was the Great Wall of China built?
3. The keys weren’t left in the car.
4. Cricket is not played in America.
5. Where was the gold watch found?
6. Why was the tea grown in Europe?
7. Why weren’t we allowed to watch TV?
8. How much are you paid a week?
9. Why weren’t they stopped?
10. Why wasn’t I told about the problem?

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 3 / page 120

1. 
Q: When were the Pyramids built?
A: They were built more than 4,000 years ago.

2.
Q: Where were the women first given the vote?
A: They were given the vote in New Zealand.

3.
Q: When was the telephone invented?
A: It was invented in 1876.

4.
Q: What is the plastic made from?
A: Plastic is made from oil.

5. 
Q: Which game is played at Wimbledon?
A: Tennis is played at Wimbledon.

6.
Q: When were the British women first allowed to vote?
A: They were first allowed to vote in 1918.

7.
Q: Which game is played at Wembley Stadium?
A: Football is played at Wembley Stadium.

8. 
Q: When was Julius Caesar killed?
A: He was killed in 44BC.

9.
Q: When was the Titanic found?
A: It was found in 1985.

10.
Q: What are the electric guitar strings made of?
A: They are made of metal.

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 4 / page 122

1. are not picked
2. is produced
3. are picked
4. are taken
5. are left
6. are broken
7. allows
8. are put
9. come
10. are packed
11. is exported
12. is kept
13. was probably
14. fell
15. loved
16. were planted
17. was used
18. cost
19. was not brought
20. drank
21. became
22. make
23. are made


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Unit 13

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 1 / page 124

1. anything
2. everywhere
3. nowhere
4. everything; anybody
5. anywhere
6. somebody
7. nothing
8. everyone
9. everything
10. somewhere

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 2 / page 124

1. If you knew him better, you wouldn’t lend him your tent.
2. What would you do if you found 20 pounds on the ground?
3. Would you spend the money or would you save it if you won 1,000 pounds?
4. Where would you go if you could travel anywhere in the world?
5. I wouldn’t go out with him if I were her.
6. If I weren’t late for work I would help you.
7. If you could be anyone, anywhere, at any time in history, who would you choose to be?
8. I wouldn’t have to help with the washing-up if you bought a dishwasher.
9. What would you say to Jim Carrey if you met him?

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 3 / page 125

1. What would you do if you found a snake in your tent when camping?   a).
2. What would you do if you cut your finger very badly while cooking?  c).
3. What would you do if you saw smoke coming out of a neighbour’s house?  b).
4. What would you do if a shark came near you in the sea?  b).
5. What would you do if your boyfriend/ girlfriend went out with someone else?  c).
6. What would you do if you didn’t have enough money to pay your bill in a restaurant?  b).
7. What would you do if you heard strange noises in the kitchen at night?  c).

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Unit 14

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 1 / page 127

1. He had gone out.
2. I hadn’t seen her for five years.
3. Luckily, the film hadn’t started yet.
4. She had already agreed to go to Andy’s party.
5. She hadn’t changed a lot.
6. Sonia had just washed her hair. 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 2 / page 127

1. We lost the game because we hadn’t trained hard enough.
2. She wasn’t wearing glasses because she had left them at home.
3. He was upset yesterday because he had had a fight with his girlfriend.
4. I threw the newspaper away because I had already read it.
5. We gave her some money because she had spent all hers.
6. His mother shouted at him because he hadn’t tidied his room.
7. The ground was very dry because it hadn’t rained for months.
8. The house was very quiet because everyone had gone to bed.

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 3 / page 128

1. a) she had already left  b) I couldn’t find her
2. a) I had walked about 300 metres  b) I saw a tall girl with a guitar
3. a) I hadn’t seen her for three years  b) She was really pleased to see me
4. a) she didn’t like the idea very much  b) she had already agreed to eat out with a friend
5. a) I wanted to get to know her better  b) I hadn’t had anything to eat all day
6. a) who had forgotten about our plans for the evening  b) who was very surprised to see me with Natasha 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 4 / page 128

1. not enough
2. too many; not enough
3. too many
4. too many
5. too much
6. too many
7. too much 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 5 / page 128

1. You aren’t getting enough fresh air.
2. You are drinking too much coffee.
3. You are having too many late nights.
4. You aren’t doing enough exercise.
5. You aren’t eating enough fruit and vegetables.
6. You aren’t doing too much work. 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 6 / page 129

1. He told Leonardo to arrive an hour earlier on Wednesday.
2. He told the make-up artist to give Kate darker lipstick.
3. He told the electricians to put up coloured lights for the nightclub scene
4. He told the dancers not to look at the camera.
5. He told the extras to be at the reception desk by 8 a.m.
6. He told Sam not to phone him before 7 p.m.

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 7 / page 129

1. d)  Dave not to be too long in the bathroom. 
2. i)  him to slow down.
3. g)  her not to worry.
4. c)  him to repeat the question.
5. a)  Andy to feed them.
6. f)  them to touch my drawings.
7. e) Simon to eat all the spaghetti.
8. b)  Irma to take us a photo.

SNAPSHOT - PRE-INTERMEDIATE - WORKBOOK WITH GRAMMAR BOOSTER –
THE GRAMMAR BUILDER
Unit 16

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 1 / page 131

1. She doesn’t like tea but she drinks a lot of it these days.
2. There were a lot of cars in this town but now everybody uses to ride bicycles.
3. He didn’t use to take any exercises but now he goes for a run every day.
4. My grandparents didn’t use to travel outside Britain but last year they went to Spain for the first time.
5. We used to have a dog but it died a year ago.
6. You used to talk all the time but you were very quiet these days.
7. People used to read a lot in their free time but now they watch TV.
8. Sandra used to live in Bristol but she moved to Penzance last month.

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 2 / page 131

1. Seth used to go to clubs every night but now he doesn’t.
2. Seth used to ride a motorbike but now he doesn’t.
3. Seth used to spend all his money but now he doesn’t.
4. Seth used to watch football on TV but now he doesn’t.
5. He didn’t use to save money but now he does.
6. He didn’t use to work hard at his job but now he does.
7. He didn’t use to go to a sports club but now he does.
8. He didn’t use to go to bed early but now he does.

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 3 / page 132

1. Where did you use to live?
2. Where do you live now?
3. What time did you use to wake up?
4. What time do you wake up now?
5. Did you use to travel a lot?
6. Do you travel a lot now?
7. Did you use to have a lot of parties?
8. Do you have a lot of parties now?

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 4 / page 132

1. used to
2. were women used to
3. used to
4. used to
5. didn’t use to
6. used to
7. didn’t use to
8. didn’t use to
9. used to
10. don’t use
11. don’t use to

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 5 / page 133

1. so
2. such a
3. such
4. so
5. such a
6. so
7. such a
8. so
9. such
10. such
11. so

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 6 / page 133

1. e
2. a
3. g
4. b
5. h
6. d
7. i
8. j

1. It was such a lovely day that they decided to go to the beach.
2. The music was so loud that I couldn’t sleep.
3. It was such a delicious food that we couldn’t stop eating it.
4. He’s a liar so I don’t believe anything he says.
5. The sea was clear and blue so we had to dive in immediately.
6. It was a wonderful moment so I’ll never forget it.
7. The sand was hot so we had to run across it.
8. The boat trips were so cheap that we went on one every day.

SNAPSHOT - PRE-INTERMEDIATE - WORKBOOK WITH GRAMMAR BOOSTER –
THE GRAMMAR BUILDER
Unit 17

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 1 / page 135

1. He said he were with the Boston Bears for three years.
2. He said his girlfriend didn’t often come to games.
3. He said she wouldn’t have been at his next game.
4. He said she couldn’t get the day off.
5. He said his parents always came to watch.
6. He said they didn’t want him to be a professional athlete.
7. He said he earned $6,000,000 last year.
8. He said he would probably give up at the age of thirty.

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 2 / page 135

1. You can’t take me any photos.
2. My manager will give you a good photo if you need one.
3. I won’t answer any questions about my ex-boyfriend Mick Hankton.
4. Rock and roll is the real love of my life.
5. I love all my fans.
6. My band is going on tour in the USA in July.
7. They are all a bit nervous because they don’t like flying.
8. I have been on a plane once.

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 3 / page 136

1. Rick said he had met Julie outside the cinema. Julie said she had had to wait in the rain outside the cinema.
2. Rick said he had been about ten minutes late. Julie said he had been twenty minutes late.
3. Rick said she had kindly paid for both of them. Julie said he hadn’t brought any money.
4. Rick said the film had had a very strange beginning. Julie said they had missed the beginning of the film so Rick hadn’t understood the story.
5. Rick said they left early because it had been so boring. Julie said it had been a brilliant film but Rick hadn’t wanted to stay to the end.
6. Rick said Julie was really interested in computers. Julie said he talked about computers all the time.
7. Rick said he would definitely ask her out again. Julie said she definitely wouldn’t go out with him again.
8. Rick said he couldn’t wait to see her again. Julie said she couldn’t remember a worse evening.

SNAPSHOT - PRE-INTERMEDIATE - WORKBOOK WITH GRAMMAR BOOSTER –
THE GRAMMAR BUILDER
Unit 18

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 1 / page 138

1. (my mother) My mother asked me why hadn’t I tidied my room.
2. (the teacher) The teacher asked my why was my homework so untidy.
3. (my father) My father asked me what time would I be back that evening.
4. (my friend) My friend asked me how much had I paid for my jeans.
5. (the doctor) The doctor asked me how long had I had this cough.
6. (the geography teacher) The geography teacher asked me why hadn’t I brought my atlas to the lesson.
7. (the shop-assistant) The shop-assistant asked me what size trainers did I usually wear. 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 2 / page 138

1. The shop assistant asked me if the blue jacket was the right size.
2. The customs officer asked the man if he had bought any watchs or cameras during his holiday.
3.  The PE teacher asked me I would be free to play in the match on Saturday.
4. Her parents asked her if she wanted a camera for her birthday.
5. My brother asked me if I had brought anything for Mum’s birthday.
6. My best friend asked me if I was going to invite Sonia to the school disco. 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 3 / page 139

2. Are you in love with a blond girl called Cathy? / How do you know that? 
3. Can you borrow your jacket? / Do you want to borrow my hat too?
4. Can you help me with my homework? / What is the subject?
5. What are you making for supper? / Does it smell good? 

SNAPSHOT - PRE-INTERMEDIATE - WORKBOOK WITH GRAMMAR BOOSTER –
THE GRAMMAR BUILDER
Unit 19

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 1 / page 141

1. too tiny to
2. too slowly to
3. too young
4. too far away to
5. too dangerous to
6. too fast to
7. too short to
8. too late
9. too busy
10. too badly
11. too dangerously
12. too tired

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 2 / page 141

1. I’m not old enough to buy a pet without my parents’ permission.
2. I’m not old enough to get a part-time job.
3. I’m not old enough to work full time.
4. I’m old enough to get married with my parents’ permission.
5. I’m not old enough to join army.
6. I’m old enough to drive a car or motorbike.
7. I’m old enough to vote. 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 3 / page 142

1. No, she’s not impatient enough to be a teacher.
2. No, it’s not warm enough to go swimming.
3. No, he’s not so romantic to buy her red roses.
4. No, I’m too shy to sing in a concert.
5. No, he was too polite to shout at them.
6. Sorry, I’m not tall enough to get that box off the shelf. 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 4 / page 142

1. too small
2. not strong enough
3. too windy
4. too expensive
5. too calm
6. too nervous to
7. not old enough
8. too far
9. too crowded
10. not too sociable to

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 5 / page 143

1. He drives too aggressively to be a good driver.
2. He didn’t jump high enough to break the record.
3. They all got up too late to catch the early bus.
4. I couldn’t see clearly enough to read the time on the clock.
5. We didn’t wake up early enough to see the sunrise.
6. He types too slowly to get a job as a secretary. 

Snapshot -  Pre-Intermediate - ex 6 / page 143

1. eating
2. to join
3. looking after
4. to clean
5. seeing
6. to write
7. to be
8. parking
9. getting
10. to have
11. wearing
12. discussing
13. mending
14. to pay
15. to see

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