UNIT 9. 9D, page 87
1 past perfect
2 past participle
1 'd set; wouldn't have been
2 d known; 'd have sent
3 'd heard; 'd have answered
4 hadn't wasted; wouldn't have had to
5 would have been; 'd bought
6 wouldn't have failed; 'd revised
7 'd have played; hadn't been
8 wouldn't have crashed; hadn't driven
2 They'd have given you a refund if you'd kept your receipt. / If you'd kept your receipt, they'd have given you a refund.
3 I'd have lent you some money if I hadn't been broke. / If I hadn't been broke, I'd have lent you some money.
4 I'd have noticed the mistake if I'd checked my change. / If I'd checked my change, I'd have noticed the mistake.
5 I'd have bought the dress if it had been in the sale. / If the dress had heen in the sale, I'd have bought it.
6 I wouldn't have got into debt if I hadn't lost my job. / If I hadn't lost my job, I wouldn't have got into debt.
UNIT 9. 9E, page 88, 89
1 a and g have words which link with freezing river. In a, drowned and swam; in g, drowned in the icy waters.
2 Only g is correct because it refers to Selak's first accident, so again in a is not correct.
1 false; He celebrated his fifth marriage by buying a lottery ticket.
3 false; Three of the accidents happened in the 1960s.
4 false; He only had cuts and bruises.
5 false; When the sixth accident happened, he was on foot.
6 false; He escaped from a burning car on two occasions.
1 used to
З I don't want nobody
5 They don't mean nothing
UNIT 9. 9F, page 90
Candidates answer She may be buying something online or phoning her bank to set up a direct debit
1 sure; guess
5 could; something
Giving opinions I'd say that; I wouldn't say that emphasising a point or giving extra details Actually; In fact; I also think that Giving examples For example; for one thing.
The candidate uses the past simple, past continuous, past perfect and used to. She uses the past simple the most frequently.