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Reading, Part Five pp. 14–15
1D, 2D, 3A, 4B, 5C

Body Idioms p. 18
1 to be all ears; 2 to keep your chin up; 3 a pain in the neck; 4 to jump down sb’s throat; 5 to not be able to make head or tail of sth; 6 to wrap your head around sth; 7 as plain as the nose on your face

Mind Benders p. 19
Possible solutions:

Shakespeare’s Corner p. 19
Guess the Meaning: C
Grammar in a Modern Context: 1 grew, 2 thought, 3 found, 4 wrote, 5 bought, 6 felt, 7 fell

Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE)
Reading and Use of English
Part 1:
1B, 2D, 3C, 4A, 5B, 6D, 7C, 8A
Part 2: 9 may/might, 10 but, 11 apart, 12 far, 13 any, 14 into, 15 every, 16 as
Part 3: 17 originated, 18 inventor, 19 undisputed/indisputable, 20 initially, 21 invariably, 22  discoveries, 23 updated, 24 inconclusive
Part 4: 25 as/so long as he did, 26 came up with the idea, 27 having our living room done up, 28 to being spoken to, 29 on the point of calling him, 30 no circumstances am I
Part 5: 31C, 32B, 33A, 34D, 35A, 36B
Part 6: 37D, 38B, 39B, 40A
Part 7: 41E, 42G, 43F, 44D, 45C, 46A
Part 8: 47A, 48C, 49B, 50D, 51B, 52A, 53B, 54C, 55D, 56B
Listening
Part 1:
1C, 2B, 3A, 4C, 5B, 6A
Part 2: 7 an amateur historian, 8 farmer, 9 a doctor, 10 articles and essays, 11 personal correspondence, 12 wife’s brother, 13 Roman history, 14 Italy
Part 3: 15A, 16B, 17C, 18D, 19A, 20A
Part 4: Task One: 21G, 22E, 23B, 24C, 25F; Task Two: 26D, 27H, 28C, 29E, 30G

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