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Interchange Assessment Material Intro © Cambridge University Press 2013 Photocopiable Units 9\u201316 Test A answer key 1 
Units 9\u201316 
Test answer key 
Note: Each exam is worth a total of 50 points. 
 
Test A 
A (2 POINTS) 
1. breakfast 
2. visit his parents 
B (2 POINTS) 
1. New York 
2. She came back to New York. 
C (5 POINTS) 
1. Are . . . going to 
2. \u2019m / am going to 
3. are . . . going to 
4. \u2019re / are going to 
5. are . . . going to 
D (7 POINTS) 
1. was 
2. didn\u2019t work 
3. watched
4. visited 
5. invited 
6. ate 
7. had 
E (6 POINTS) 
1. No. We need some. 
2. Olivia can. 
3. Soccer and golf. 
4. Sometimes I do. 
5. I was born in Los Angeles. 
6. Because I love to cook. 
F (6 POINTS) 
1. Would 
 I\u2019d love 
2. Are you going to go 
 me 
3. us
 want 
G (6 POINTS) 
1. don\u2019t feel 
2. have 
3. open 
4. Take 
5. Drink 
6. don\u2019t go 
H (7 POINTS) 
1. Do you ever have soup for breakfast? 
2. Do we have any chicken? 
3. Where were you born? 
4. How old were you in 2000? 
5. What are you going to do tomorrow? 
6. Did you go anywhere this weekend? 
7. Can Maria play the piano? 
I (5 POINTS) 
1. fruit 
2. play the violin 
3. elementary school 
4. at 
5. department store 
J (4 POINTS) 
1. Yes, there is. There\u2019s a bank on Oak Street. 
2. Walk two blocks and turn right. 
3. That\u2019s correct. Then go to the next corner. 
4. Yes, it is. It\u2019s on the corner of Second Avenue and 
Oak Street. 
Interchange Assessment Material Intro © Cambridge University Press 2013 Photocopiable Units 9\u201316 Test A audio script 1 
Units 9\u201316 
Test audio script
[Track 12] 
Test A 
A Listen to the people talking. Check the correct answers. 
PETER: Can you cook, Jill? 
JILL: Yeah, but not very well. I can make breakfast, but I can\u2019t 
make meals for lunch or dinner at all. What about you, Peter? 
PETER: I can cook really well. I usually make dinner for friends 
on weekends. 
JILL: Oh, really? Can I come? 
PETER: Sure. But not this weekend. I\u2019m going to visit my parents. 
JILL: Are you going to cook for them? 
PETER: No, I\u2019m not. My mom always cooks at home. 
B Listen to the people talking. Check the correct answers. 
STEVEN: Were you born here in New York, Ms. Chen? 
MS. CHEN: No, I wasn\u2019t. I was born in Taiwan, but I grew 
up here. 
STEVEN: Oh, really? When did you come to New York? 
MS. CHEN: In 1957.
STEVEN: Did you go to college here, too? 
MS. CHEN: No, I didn\u2019t. I went to college in California. 
STEVEN: How did you like it there? 
MS. CHEN: I liked it a lot. But I wanted to live in New York, so I 
came back after college. 
 
Interchange Assessment Material Intro © Cambridge University Press 2013 Photocopiable Units 9\u201316 Test A Cross-reference index 1 
Cross-Reference Index 
Cross-Reference Index for Units 9\u201316 Test A 
Part Items Unit/Exercise Areas Tested 
A 1 10 Listening: Talents and abilities 
 2 11 Listening: Future plans 
B 1, 2 15 Listening: Biographical information 
C 1, 2, 4 11/3 Grammar: The future with be going to 
 3, 5 11/9 Grammar: Wh-questions with be going to 
D 1 15/3 Grammar: Statements with the past of be 
 2\u20135 14/3 Grammar: Simple past statements: regular verbs 
 6, 7 14/5 Grammar: Simple past statements: irregular verbs 
E 1 9/3 Grammar: Some and any 
 2 10/7 Grammar: Can for ability 
 3 10/3 Grammar: Simple present Wh-questions 
 4 9/7 Grammar: Adverbs of frequency 
 5 15/3 Grammar: Questions with the past of be 
 6 15/7 Grammar: Wh-questions with did, was, and were 
F 1, 2, 6 16/8 Grammar: Invitations; verb + to 
 3 11/3 Grammar: The future with be going to 
 4, 5 16/4 Grammar: Subject and object pronouns 
G 1, 2 12/3 Grammar: Have + noun; feel + adjective 
 3\u20136 12/9 Grammar: Imperatives 
H 1 9/7 Grammar: Adverbs of frequency 
 2 9/3 Grammar: Some and any 
 3 15/3 Grammar: Questions with the past of be 
 4 15/7 Grammar: Wh-questions with did, was, and were 
 5 11/9 Grammar: Wh-questions with be going to 
 6 14/8 Grammar: Simple past yes/no questions 
 7 10/7 Grammar: Can for ability 
I 1 9/1 Vocabulary: Foods 
 2 10/9 Vocabulary: Abilities and talents 
 3 15/8 Vocabulary: School days 
 4 16/2 Vocabulary: Prepositional phrases 
 5 13/1 Vocabulary: Places and things 
J 1, 4 13/5 Grammar: Prepositions of place 
 2, 3 13/9 Grammar: Directions 
 
Interchange Assessment Material Intro © Cambridge University Press 2013 Photocopiable Units 9\u201316 Test B 1 
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Units 9\u201316 TEST B 
 Listen to the people talking. Check (\uf050) the correct answers. (2 POINTS) 
1. Matthew can\u2019t _____ . 2. Pat can\u2019t meet Matthew _____ . 
 \uf0a3 practice tennis \uf0a3 this weekend 
 \uf0a3 play tennis very well \uf0a3 on Saturday 
 \uf0a3 meet Pat this weekend \uf0a3 on Sunday 
 Listen to the people talking. Check (\uf050) the correct answers. (2 POINTS) 
1. Phil was born in _____ . 2. He went to Vancouver to _____ . 
 \uf0a3 San Antonio \uf0a3 work 
 \uf0a3 Los Angeles \uf0a3 go to college 
 \uf0a3 Vancouver \uf0a3 be near his family 
Complete the conversations. Use the correct form of be going to. (5 POINTS) 
A: What _________________ you _________________ do for New Year\u2019s Eve? 
 (1) 
B: I _________________ not _________________ do anything special. 
 (2) 
A: Would you like to come to our house? We _________________ have a party. 
 (3) 
B: Great! When _________________ it _________________ start? 
 (4) 
A: At 7:00. _________________ you _________________ come? 
 (5) 
B: Sure. Thanks! 
Check (\uf050) the correct words to complete these sentences. (5 POINTS)
1. My family eats a lot of grains. For example, we eat _________ two times a week.
 \uf0a3 nuts \uf0a3 pasta \uf0a3 yogurt 
2. This weekend, Alex is going to _________ chess. 
 \uf0a3 go \uf0a3 play \uf0a3 do 
3. Emily is 17, and she\u2019s in 12th grade. It\u2019s her last year of _________ . 
 \uf0a3 elementary school \uf0a3 junior high school \uf0a3 high school 
4. Brenda isn\u2019t working right now. She\u2019s _________ vacation. 
 \uf0a3 at \uf0a3 on \uf0a3 in 
5. I went to the post office to get some _________ . 
 \uf0a3 aspirin \uf0a3 gasoline \uf0a3 stamps 
Name: __________________________ 
Date: __________________________ 
Score: __________________________ 
Interchange Assessment Material Intro © Cambridge University Press 2013 Photocopiable Units 9\u201316 Test B 2 
E 
 
F 
 
 
Check (\uf050) the correct responses. (6 POINTS) 
1. A: What do you want for the picnic? 
 B: ___________ 
 \uf0a3 Let\u2019s take some bread and cheese. 
 \uf0a3 That\u2019s delicious. 
 \uf0a3 I never eat sandwiches. 
2. A: You can cook very well. 
 B: ___________ 
 \uf0a3 Oh. Thank you. 
 \uf0a3 Yes, you can. 
 \uf0a3 No, I\u2019m not. 
3. A: Where do you go swimming? 
 B: ___________ 
 \uf0a3 In the summer. 
 \uf0a3 At the beach. 
 \uf0a3 On Sundays. 
4. A: Do you ever play volleyball? 
 B: ___________ 
 \uf0a3 In my yard. 
 \uf0a3 Yes, I can. 
 \uf0a3 Sometimes I do. 
5. A: Where were you born? 
 B: ___________ 
 \uf0a3 In 1988. 
 \uf0a3 In Beijing. 
 \uf0a3 I\u2019m nineteen. 
6. A: Why did you become an artist? 
 B: ___________ 
 \uf0a3 It was great. 
 \uf0a3 Because I like to draw. 
 \uf0a3 In New York. 
Circle the correct words in the phone conversations. (6 POINTS) 
1. A: Hi. I\u2019d (like / want) to speak to Paula, please. 
 B: She isn\u2019t here right now, but you can call (her / it) at work. 
2. A: Hi, Mike. (Do you go / Are you going to go) to the beach tomorrow? 
 B: I\u2019m not sure. Call (I / me) tonight. 
3. A: Hi. This is Dan. Please leave (him / me) a message after the beep. 
 B: Hi, Dan. This is Wendy. Do you (like / want) to come to my house this weekend? Call me. Bye-bye. 
Interchange Assessment Material Intro © Cambridge University Press 2013 Photocopiable Units 9\u201316 Test B 3 
G 
 
 
H 
 
Complete the conversation. Use the simple present or the imperative form of the words