Focus2 Unit 7 Test GroupС Additional session

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UNIT TEST 7 ● GROUP B planning a holiday, probably to New York, where Reading Dawn had always wanted to go. What about 1 Read the text. Choose the correct answer, A, B, work? Derek, who was a driver, said he planned to C or D. stop soon and was looking forward to spending more time at home with Dawn, who had already One Thursday night Derek Ladner, 57, was retired. watching a film with his wife, Dawn, 60, when he remembered he hadn’t checked the lottery ticket which he’d bought the day before. He used to buy 1 The numbers Derek chose were a ticket regularly, every Wednesday and every A special to him. Saturday, and he played the same numbers – a B changed regularly. combination of his birthday and his wife’s. When C shown on TV. the film had finished, he found the ticket and D hard to remember. discovered that every number matched. He couldn’t believe it. He’d won! 2 On Thursday night, Derek The next morning, they discovered that they A thought about his birthday. weren't the only people who had chosen the B celebrated a birthday. same numbers. Altogether there were five C didn’t know about the other winners. winning tickets for almost 2.5 million pounds. D was happy to win 2.5 million pounds. Each ticket won nearly half a million pounds. Derek and Dawn were naturally delighted and 3 Derek won nearly one million pounds because excited – who wouldn’t be? he Over the next few days, Derek and Dawn started A wanted to buy two tickets for Wednesday. thinking about what they would do with their B forgot about buying an earlier ticket. money. They decided not to make any quick C didn’t remember to buy a ticket. decisions. D bought the usual number of tickets. A week later, they had another surprise – Derek found something in his wallet. It was another 4 Derek and Dawn lottery ticket. At first he was rather confused, and A are not going to make any changes. then he remembered! That Wednesday, he had B are planning to buy a new house. bought not one, but two tickets. The second one C are thinking of travelling. had been a mistake – he’d forgotten about the D have already given up their jobs. first one! That’s right – the second ticket had the same numbers as the first ticket. Two tickets 5 The writer seems to meant twice as much money! A think Derek is very strange. The story was talked about everywhere. It was the B think they should spend more money. first and only time anyone had bought two C admire Derek and Dawn. winning tickets on the same day. They had now D pay a lot of attention to the facts of the story. won almost a million pounds – enough money to change their lives. However, Derek and Dawn told /10 reporters that they were not planning any big changes. They said they would spend some money on the house where they lived, but that they were happy there and didn’t want to move anywhere else. They also said that they were © Pearson 2020 PHOTOCOPIABLE Focus 2 SECOND EDITION (A2+/B1)

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