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Contеnts
Grammar 1
lntroduсtion
Undеrstanding grammar words _ Thinking about languagе in сontеxt _
othеr ways of lеarning _ Whiсh Еnglish?
Grammar2
Present time 1
Prеsеnt simplе: form, mеaning, pronunсiation - Prеsеnt сontinuous: form,
mеaning
Grammar3
Present time 2
Prеsеnt simplе: frеquеnсy advеrbs - Statе verbs and aсtion vеrbs _ Plеsеnt
simplе or сontinuous? _ Prеsеnt Continuous: futurе mеanings _ othеr
problеms
Grammar 4
Past time 1
Past simplе: form, mеaning _ Past сontinuous: form, mеaning _ Timе
еxprеssions
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Grammar5
Past time 2
Past pеrfесt:form, mеaning _ Common usеs _ usedto _ would _ Past
pеrfесt and past simplе - Past forms usеd in сonditionals
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Grammar6
Present perfeсt 1
Prеsеnt pеrfесt:form, mеaning _ Тimе еxprеssions
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Grammar 7
Present perfeсt 2
Prеsеnt pеrfесt сontinuous: form, mеaning - Timе ехprеssions_
Prеsеnt pеrfесt or prеsеnt pеrfесt сontinuous? _ othеr problеms
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Grammar8
Future 1
Futurе timе - will _ be going to _ Prеsеnt сontinuous - Problеms
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Grammar9
tuture 2
Futurе сontinuous - Futurе pеrfесt _ Prеsеnt simplе _ Funсtions using
will and shаll
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сoNsollDAтIoN 1
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Reportedspeeсh 1
Rеportеdspеесh_ Tеnseсhangеs_ No tеnsесhangеs_ Spеakеrsin
rеportеdspеесh- Pеople,plaсеs,timеs- Summarizing_ Sа-|ltell,speаk
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Gram mar'12
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Reported speeсh 2
Rеportingquеstions_ Rеportingсommandsand rеquеsts- othеr rеporting
vеrbs
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lN тERп nEDIAт Е
tA NGU A GE
P RA (т l с E
Gram m a r1 3
Conditionals l
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Сonditiоns and rеsults_ Zeтo сonditional:ff+ prеsеntsimplе, ... prеsеnt
simplе - First сonditiоnal:ff+ prеsеntsimplе, ... will/woп,t_Sесond
сonditional: ff + past simplе, '.. would/wouldп,t_ unlеss_ othеr usеs of would
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Conditionals 2
Тhird сonditional: ff+ past pеrfесt, ... would/tllouldn,t
+ hоve+ past
partiсiplе - Мodal vеrbs in сonditional sеntеnсеs- Сonditionals without
if - If I wereyou,L..
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Gram m a r1 5
Wishes
Wishes about thе prеsеnt _ Wishеs about thе past _ hope* If oпlу
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Gra m m ar16
Passivе 1
Passivе:form, usе _ Using bу and with - Sеntеnсeswithout an agеnt _
Transitivе and intransitivе vеrbs
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Gram m a r'17
Passive 2
Vеrbs with two objесts _ to be born _ hаvesomethingdoпе_ Passivе+
infinitivе
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Gram m a r'18
Modals 'l: present and future
Мoda] vеrbs: form and mеaning _ Ability _ Сеrtainty and unсertainty obligation _ opinions and adviсе
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Modals 2: past
Ability _ Cеrtainty and unсеrtainty _ obligation * opinions and adviсе
с o N s o LlDA Т |o N2
Grammar 2'l
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Purpose
Purposе: to and for _ Pшposе: so thаt
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Grammar 22
Reason and result
Rеason and rеsult - so and such for еmphasis _ too and not enoughtot a
diffiсulty - so and fоo - Rеsult phrasеs:аs а rеsult,in the епd, eventuаllу_
Linking words
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Grammar23
Contrast
but, уet and аlthough - even though and though_ while and whereаs_
despiteand in spite of - howeverand oп the other hаnd _ Linking words
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Grammar 24
Funсtions
What is a funсtion? _ Asking for information _ offеrs _ Pеrmission _
Promising - Rеquеsts_ Rеquеstswith miпd _ Suggеstingand advising
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Grammar 25
Relative сlauses 1
Rеlativе сlausеs_ Rеlativе pronouns _ Lеaving out thе rеlativе pronouns
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Grammar 26
Rеlative сlauses 2
Combining Sеntеnсеs_ Relativе сlausеswith an -iпg fotm _ Whаt as
a rеlativе Dronoun
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сo NтЕ Nтs
Grammar 27
Questions1
quеstions_ Wh- quеstions_ Quеstionwordsas thе subiесtYes/I'Jo
Negativеquеstions_ Shortanswеrs
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Grammar28
Questions2
Tagquеstions:form, usе_ Problеmswith tags _ Rеply quеstions _ Indirесt
quеstions
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Grammar29
it and thеre
Introduсingnеw information_ Rеfеrringbaсk _ Rеfеrring to a plaсe _
ff,sand its _ theу,rеar'd there
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Plaсe and position
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сoNsollDAтIoN 3
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Grammar32
Тime expressions
iп, oп ar:.daf - Rеlation to today _ Parts of yеstеrday,today and
tomorlow - Calеndar rеferеnсеs _ for, siпсe and аgo _ duriпg or for? _
bу ot until? - on timе ot in time? _ oпсe and oпe doy, _ now and nowаdауs
theп, аfterwаrds,аfter aлd lаter - аt the end, iп the епd aгrdаt lаst
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Grammar33
Countable and unсountable nouns
Countablе and unсountablе _ Сountablе and unсountablе: grammar _
SomeoI апу? _ mапy and muсh _ Сhangе of mеaning _ othеr problеms
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Grammar34
Artiсles 1
Indеfinitе artiсlе: а/ап * Zеro artiсlе (no artiсlе)
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Grammar35
Artiсles 2
Dеfinitе artiс|e: thе
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Grammar36
Determiners and pronouns
аll, some_ пo| noпe_ eасh,every- both, either,пeither
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Grammar37
Adjeсtives and adverbs
Adjесtivеs _ Ordеr of adjесtivеs_ Gradablе adjесtivеs_ Adjесtivеs
еnding -iпg and -ed _ Аdjесtivеs with be, beсome,feel, Iook_ oпе Advеrbs _ Advеrbs of dеgrее (intеnsifiеrs)
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Grammar38
Making сomparisons
Compaтativеs and supеrlativеs:mеaning, form _ Irrеgularforms _
Advеrbs - Мaking сompаrisons _ Intеnsifiеrs
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Grammar39
Phrasa! verbs 'l
Undеrstanding phrasal vеrbs - Vеrbs with thrее parts - Vеrbs with
two parts: transitivе and insеparablе
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Grammar30
iп, iпside,out, outside_ Еxprеssionswith iп - on _ Еxprеssionswith on _
аt, iп ot fo _ Еxprеssions with аt _ аbovеlbеIow,over/under_ neхt tо/besidе,
пeаr/by_ opposite
l N тЕ RrvlEDlAт E
tA NGU A GE
Grammar40
PRA с т l (E
Phrasalvеrbs 2
Vеrbswith two parts:transitivеand sеparablе_ Vеrbswith two parts:
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с o N s o llDAтlo N 4
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intransiti\.е
Grammar 42
Verbs followed bу -ing or infinitive 1
1'7o
\rеrbs followеd\эу -iпg or infinitivе: littlе or no сhangе of mеaning - Vеrbs
follorvеd Ilу to + infinitivе _ Vегbs followеd tlу to + infinitivе, or thаt-c|ausе
Grammar43
Verbs folIowedbу -ing or infinitive2
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Verbs followed by prepositions
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Pronouns
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Grammar 46
Possession
,s (apostrophеs)_ of and сompound nouns _ Possеssivеadjесtivеs*
Possеssivеpronouns _ Doublе possеssivе
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Grammar 47
Linking words
апd, both, too, аS wеII,аlso _ for eхаmple,suсh аs _ first (of аlI), seсoпdlу
etс', fiпаIly - аs well аs this, besidesthis _ in fасt, асtuаllу'in mу view,
persoпаIlу_ either,or _ insteаd(ofl _ eхсеpt_ eуеп_ Timе words with othеr
mеanings
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Grammar48
Capital letters and punсtuation
Сapital lеttеrs _ Full stop (.) - Comma (,) _ Sеmi сolon (;)_ Colon (:)_
Spеесh marks (,,) (',") _ Quеstion mark (?) and еxсlamation mark (!)
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Grammar 49
Spelling and pronunсiation 1
Adding -iпg to vеrbs - Words еnding in -ful _ -ie ot -el? _ Silеnt lеttеrs
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Grammar 50
Spelling and pronunсiation 2
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Samе sound, diffеrеnt spelling _ Samе pronunсiation, diffеrеnt spеlling
and mеaning - Words whiсh look similar _ Words with a syllablе whiсh is
not pronounсеd - Nouns and vеrbs with с and s _ How to improvе spеlling
Grammar 44
Gram m a r45
\-еrbs followed bу -iпg or infinitivе: сhangе of mеaning _ Verbs followеd
br. -lilg or infinitivе without fo: сhangе of mеaning _ Verbs followеd
tll- -itlg or noun - Vеrbs followеd bу -iпg, or noun, or thаt-с|atsе
\-еrbs + prеposition - bе + adjесtivе + prеposition
]ndеfinitе pronouns - Somеoпе|
с|пyoneеtс. _ evеrуoпе,no oпe еtС'Rеflеxivе pronouns: mуself еtс. - Impеrsona|oпe
сoNsoLIDAТloN5
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сo N тE Nтs
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Voсabulary 1
Dealingwith voсabulary
Whеn you find a nеWword - Making thе most of your diсtionary_
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Kееping a voсabulary notеbook
Voсabulary 2
Word formation 'l
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Voсabu|ary 3
Word formation 2
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Voсabulary 4
Col|oсationsand fixed expressions'l
221
Voсabulary 5
Colloсationsand fixed expressions2
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Voсabulary 6
Compound words
227
Voсabulary 7
Money and shopping
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VoсabuIary 8
Living sPaсe
2ЗЗ
Voсabulary 9
Personal matters
2З6
Voсabulary10
Familyand friends
2З9
Voсabulary11
Тhe body and сlothes
242
Voсabulary12
Everydayproblems
245
Voсabulary13
Тraveland ho|idays
248
Voсabulary14
Interestsand frеe time
251
Voсabulary15
Plaсes
254
Voсabulary16
Food and drink
257
Voсabu|ary17
Work and study
260
Voсabulary18
Тhe naturalenvironment
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Voсabulary19
ТooIsand tесhnology
266
Voсabulary20
Еvеrydayobjeсts
269
Voсabulary21
People
272
Formationrules
275
lrregularverbs
277
Grammar index
279
Grammaranswers
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Voсabularyanswеrs
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Understandinggrammar words
Matсh the examples(a-n) with thе grammarwords (1-14).
a) а/аn,tиe ..,!.Z.'.
b) аt, to,for ...',......
с) do, hаve.,..,....,.
d\ сап,must......,,'.'
e) If уou do thаt,I,ll ..'.....,..
f) she,Someoпqmуself......'....
g) аll, some,both,eithеr..........'
h) pаst simple,presentpеrfeсt........'.,
i) Whаt,syour паme?Wheredo уou live? .'.'',,....
i) hаppy,importапt,good....'......
k) slowlу,саrеfullу,well ...........
|) get up iп thе morning, look up а word
m) The lettеrthаt аrrived this morniпg is for уou.
n) /t is mаdе of wood.The book wаs written in 2001.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
2
vеrb tеnsеs
auxiliary vеrbs
modal auxiliariеs
prеpositions
quеstions
adjесtivеs
advеrbs
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10
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сonditiоnal sеntеnсе
passivеvoiсе
pronouns
phrasalvеrbs
artiсlеs
dеtеrminеrs
rеlativесlausе
Matсh thе tеnsesin itolics(a_h)with their names (1_8).
a) Hеlеn is leаviпgfirst thing in thе morning. ..'..Z...
b) I,vebeeпstudуiпgЕnglish for two yеars............
с) If I hаd ahе|icoptецI,d gеt to sсhool morе еasily!...........
d) I get up at 7.Зo еvеry day.
е) Nеxt уear |,IIbe tаkiпgmy final еxams at univеrsity............
f) By thе time wе got to thе station, thе train hаd left.
g) |,vеlivеdin Athеns all my lifе. ...........
h) Whilе I wаs wаlkiпg along thе strееt a dog ran in front of a сar.
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2
3
4
prеsеntsimplе
prеsеnt сontinuous
prеsеnt pеrfесt
prеsеnt pеrfесt сontinuous
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6
7
8
past simplе
past сontinuous
past pеrfесt
futurе сontinuous
I N тER]r, | ЕDlAт E
L A N G U A G E P RA с т l с Е
Thinkingabout languagein сontext
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tor еaсh situation(a_d)underIinethe bеst exprеssion.Thе othеr alternativesmay
be wrong in grammar,or too informal/impolitefor the situation,or too
formal/poIitеfor thе situation.
a) It,sr-ouгbirthday on Saturday.Invitе a friеnd to your party.
1 I'1l havе apartУ on Saturday.You will сomе.
2 I,m having a partу on Saturday.Do you Want to сomе?
З I havе a party on Saturday.Arе you сoming?
bl \bu arе on thе bus. Ask a strangеrto opеn thе window.
1 Сould you opеn thе windoщ plеasе?
2 opеn thе window.
3 Ехсusе mе, but do you think you сould possibly opеn thе window?
с) You arrivе latе for сlass and apologizе to your tеaсhеr.
1 I,m latе, I apologizе.
2 Soтrу I,m latе.
3 Plеasеaссеpt my most sinсerе apologiеs.
d) You arе a witnеss to a minor aссidеnt. Еxplain what you saw to a poliсеman.
1 Тhis сar сomеS down thе road and hits a trее, bangl
2 А сar had сomе down thе road and had hit a tIее.
З A сar сamе down thе road and hit a trее.
Other ways of learning
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Whiсh ways of learningEnglishdo you usе?What сould you start doing now?
Rеading for plеasurе.
Тranslating.
Мaking lists of words, or problеm points, in a notеbook.
Using a diсtionary.
Listеning to songs.
Kееping a diary.
Rеviеwing your writtеn work.
Looking at Еnglish-languagеintеrnеt sitеs.
Watсhing tеlеvision, watсhing films or listеning to thе radio.
i) Using a sеlf-studygrammar/voсabularybook.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
Whiсh English?
Еnglish is a world languagе,and thе Еnglish spokеn in thе USA or Australia
diffеrs from thе Еnglish spokеn in Britain. Thеrе arе also diffеrеnсеsbеtwееn
spеakеrsfrom Sсotland, Irеland and Еngland, and bеtwеen diffеrеnt parts of thе
samе сountry. This book usеs what is gеnеrally сallеd Standard British Еnglish.
Rеfеrеnсеsarе also madе to somе diffеrеnсеsin Amеriсan Еnglish.
Еxplanations
PrеsеntsimpIe:
form
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Thе prеsеnt simplе is formеd with thе bare infinitivе form of thе vеrb. Wе
add s in thе third pеrson singular he/she/it.
Theу likе
We like
Hе/She/Itlikes
You likе
I like
Somе vеrbs arе irrеgular hаve,be
They hоvе
We hаve
You hаve Hе/Shehаs
I hаve
They аre
We аre
You аre He/Sheis
I аm
Spеlling problеms
Vеrbs еndingin o, s, Сh,Sh, х add -es for thе third person singular.
He goes She misses She wаtсhes He wishes He relахes
Quеstions
Yes/Iloquеstiоns arе formеd with do and thе barе infinitivе form of thе vеrb.
Thе third pеrson singular usеs does.
Does she like Itаliаn food?
Do vou like Itаliаn food?
Wе also lse do/doeswhen wе form quеstions with wheп, whаt, whу where,
how etc.
Whаt do уou wаnt?
Where does she liуe?
Nеgativеs
Nеgativеs arе formеd with do not and thе barе infinitivе form of thе vеrb.
Thе third pеIson singular vses doesnot.
She does пot like thаt.
I do not like thаt.
In spеесh and informal writing, do пot bесomes don,t, and does пot bесomеs
doеsn,t.
I doп,t likе thаt.
PrеsentsimpIe:
meaning
She doesп,t like thаt.
Wе usе thе prеsеnt simplе to dеsсribе:
Habitual aсtions.
I usuаllуget up at 7.З0.
Aсtions and situations that are gеnеrally or usually truе
Liz plауs in the sсhoolbаsketbаllteаm.
We like iсe-сreаm.
Faсts whiсh arе always truе.
The sun rises in thе eаst.
Thе prеsеnt simplе also has somе futurе mеanings.
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L A NGU A GE
P RA с т l с E
Presеntsimple:
pronunсiation
Vеrbs whiсh еnd in lzl, ldzl, lsl, lshl, /tsh/and /ks/ makе an еxtтa syllablе in thе
third pегson, pгonounсе6 lпl .
wаtсhеs misses relахes
Аftеr lf l, lkl, lpl, ltl, thitd pelson sound is /s/. hits lhltsl
othеr third pеrson lsl arc pronounсеd as lzl .
seеs lst..zl
Does is normally pronounсеd /du'z/
Present
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Тhе prеsеnt сontinuous is formеd with thе auxiliary уеrb be and the .ing
form of thе main vеrb.
I аm relахing.
You аre relахing.
He/Sheis relахiпg.
Wе аre relахing.
They аre relахiпg
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Spеlling problеms
Vеrbs еnding -e drop thе -e whеn t}:rеуadd -iпg.
like liking
decide deciding
write writiпg
Vеrbs with onе syllablе, еnding in onе vowеl and onе сonsonant, doublе thе
сonsonant whеn thеy add -ing.
sit sitting
swim swimmiпg
dig diggiпg
Vеrbs еnding -ie сhangе -ie to -y.
lie lуing
tie фiпg
die dуing
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Contraсtions
In spеесh and informal wгiting, thе vеrb bе is сontraсted:
I,m writing.
You,re writiпg.
He,s/She,s writing.
We,re writiпg.
Theу,rе writing,
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Quеstions
Yes/Iloquеstions arе formеd by invеrting thе subjесt and thе alхi|iatу be.
Am I writing?
Is he/she writiпg?
Ate уou writing?
Are-we writiпg?
Are theу writing?
I4lh.questions follow thе samе pattеrn.
Whаt аre уou writiпg?
Whу аre we writing?
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Negativеs
Nеgativеs arе formеd with thе verb be + nof. This is сontraсtеd in spеесh and
informal writing.
I,m not writiпg.
He,s пot writing'
Theу,re not writiпg.
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Wе usе the prеsеnt сontinuous to dеsсribе:
Aсtions in progrеssat thе prеsеnt momеnt.
Sorry,I саn,t speаk to you, I,m wаshing mу hаir.
Aсtions happеning ,around now,, еvеn though not at thе momеnt of
spеaking.
I,m reаdiпg The Lord of thе Rings.
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Thе prеsеnt сontinuous also has some
futurе mеanings.
сontinuous: form
Presеnt
сontinuous:
mеaning
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Underlinethе сorreсt phrasein eaсh sentenсe.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
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What timе go уou/dэ-уou-sa
to bеd on Saturdays?
Why аre you wаiting/doyou wаiting outsidе thе door?
Don,t ask Tim. Hе doesn,tknow/пotkпowsthе answеr.
I hаving/I,mhaviпgmy lunсh at thе momеnt.
Whеn you leаve/doуou leаvethе housе in thе morning?
I don,t undеrstand. What is hаppeniпg/ishаppen?
Еxсusе lлrе,doesуou kпow/doуou kпow thе timе?
This is a grеat pafiу. I,m hаviпg/Аm I hоving a lovеly timе.
Read thе answеrsand then сompletеthе questions.
Suе? Shе livеs at thе еnd of Axwеll Road.
b) Do
Jim? No, I don't know him.
с) What
At thе momеnt? I,m doing my homеwork.
d) Arе
Hеrе? No, I,m sitting over thеrе.
е) Do
Hеrе? No, wе сhangе trains at the nеxt station.
0 why
I,m wеaring two pullovегs bесausеI fееl сold!
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Rеwrite eaсh sеntenсe so that the verb in itаliсsis a negative сontraсtion.
a)
tе,IevtsLaw.
b)
с) I,m using this pеnсil at thе momеnt.
d) Thе сhildrеn аrе hаving lunсh in thе kitсhеn.
е) I get up еar|у on Saturday.
0 Еlеna is writiпg a novel.
lN тЕRltлЕDlAт Е
L A NGU A GE
P RA с т I с E
Completе еaсh sеntеnсewith a presentsimple or presentсontinuousform, using
thе words in bold.
t't
.. сheеsеsandwiсhеs?
al ...29...Y.9.*..!'L.rР.....,'.
yоu likе
?
b) What timе ..........
Prt
fтl
thе sun risе
at thе momеnt?
с) What
you rеad
a bath.
d) Sorry,I сan,t talk. ...........
I havе
.'.....at sсhool.
е) Wе
nоt watсh vidеos
f) Look out of thе window! .................
it snow
.......?
g) This is an еxamination!Why ..........
you talk
to sсhool by bus еvетy day.
h) Ann
go
......a uniform at your sсhool?
i)
you Wеar
j) Pat has got an intеresting hobby.
shе build
Choosе thе сorreсt spelling from eaсh pair of words.
a) @!!щgwritting
b) diging/digging
с) takeing/taking
d) dесiding/dесidеing
е) swiming/swimming
f) having/havеing
g) lying/liеing
h) rеadding/rеading
i) using/usеing
j) waitingiwaitting
k) washеing/washing
l) riding/ridеing
m) flyеing/flying
n) studing/studying
o) going/goеing
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. a boat.
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Еxplanations
Prеsentsimplе:
frеquenсyadvеrbs
State verbs and
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Frеquеnсy advеrbs arе oftеn usеd with thе prеsеnt simplе. Thеy еxplain how
oftеn somеonе doеs an aсtion, or somеthing happеns.
аIwауs
I аlwауs get up аt 7'00.
ofteп
Pаt ofteп goesto footbаll mаtсhes.
usuаIlу
//'/
It usuаIlу rаiпs wheпI go oп holidаy!
sometimes
Wе somеtimes еаt pizzа for luпсh.
,/
rаrelу
|апe rаrelу listeпs to jаzz.
nevеr
Mу bus nеvet arrivеs on timе.
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Notе in thе abovе еxamplеs that thе frеquеnсy advеrb сomеs bеforе thе
vеrb. With thе vегb be the advеrb сomеs aftеr.
|im is usuаIlу lаte.
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othеr frеquеnсy advеrbs arc frеqueпtly(////),
(//), seldom(/), hаrdlу evеr(/).
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A statе is whеn somеthing stays thе samе. An aсtion is whеn somеthing
happеns. Statе vеrbs arе not usually usеd in any сontinuous form.
I kпow whаt уou meап. (NoТ
.)
aсtion vеrbs
normаIly(,/,/,/),oссаsionаllу
Еxamplеs of statе vеrbs arе:
r sеnsеs:
аppеаLheаr,Iooklike, see,tаste
r fееIing:
like, hаte, lovе,prefer,wапt, wish
r thinkingi
аgrеe,beliеve,forget,know, thiпk, uпderstаnd
r possеssion: belongto, сoпtоiп,hаvе,own
l bеing:
be, eхist
r othеr:
сost,dependoп, meaп,need
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Somе of thе vеrbs in thе prеvious list сan havе a ,statе,mеaning and an
,aсtion, mеaning. Еxamplеs inсludе be, hаve,tаste,thiпk.
I hаve two sistеrs.
I,m hаving problеmswith this сomputer.
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(pеrmanеnt statе)
(tеmporary aсtion)
Somеtimеs statе vеrbs сan dеsсribе tеmpolary fееlings.
How аre уou gettiпg on аt уour new sсhool?
I hаte/(m
hаting it!
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L A NGU A GE
PresentsimpIеor
сontinuous?
P RA C т IC E
Сornparе:
Prеsеnt simplе
pеrmanеnt
habits and routinеs
faсts that arе always truе
gеnегal situations
I live in Budаpеst'
I,m liviпg in Budаpest.
This plапe lаnds iп Frапkfurt,
We,re lапding.
Prеsеnt сontinuous
tеmpoIary
in progrеssnow
еvеnts happеning at thе momеnt
a partiсular situation
(all thе timе)
(for a fеw months)
(routinе)
(in progress now)
Presеnt
future
сontinuous:
mеanings
Thе prеsеnt сontinuous сan bе usеd to dеsстibеa fixеd futurе arrangеmеnt.
Thеrе is usually a futurе timе еxpression.
PаuI is leаviпg eаrlу tomorrowmorning'
Mу pаrеnts аre buуing me а mouпtаiп bikе for my birthdаy.
This usagе is сommon whеn we dеsсribе soсiаl arrangеmеnts.
Are уou doiпg апуthiпg on Sаturdау? We,re going skаting.
other problеms
feel
Thеrе is almost no diffеrеnсе of mеaning bеtwееn thе simplе and
сontinuous.
I feel аwful!
I,m feeliпg аwful!
How аre уou feeling пow?
How do уou feel пow?
Prеsеnt сontinuous or prеsеnt pеrfесt сontinuous?
Suе is stауing with |ill.
(in pтogrеssnoщ and will сontinuе)
Sue hаs beeп stауiпg with IiП siпсe Mаrсh.
(in progrеssup to now, and may or may not сontinuе)
Pтеsentсontinuous wtth аIwауs
Wе сan luseаIwауswith thе pтеsеntсontinuous whеn we arе еxaggеlating or
сomplaining. Wе еmphasize аlwауs in spеесh in this сasе.
You,reаlwауs forgettiпgyour keys!
Prеsеnt simplе in narrativеs
In spеесh Wе сan use thе prеsеnt simplе to make a story or jokе appear morе
immеdiatе and intеrеsting, еvеn though the еvеnts wеrе in thе past. This is
also usеd in wтittеn summariеs suсh as plots of telеvision sеriеs.
A mап v,аIks into а bаr апd оsks for а glаss of wаter. The bаrmаn Sауs ''.
The story so fаr: Miсhаel meets Susап in the librаry аnd tells hеr аbout the
missingeаrriпgs..'
GRA м п nA R 3 P RЕsЕNт TIмE 2
Underlinethe сorreсtsentencefor eaсh situation.
a) You Want to invitе a friеnd to your party on Friday. You say:
1 I havе a party on Friday. Do you Want to сomе?
2 I,m having a part}zon Frida}z.Do you want to сomе?
b) You find a wallеt on your desk and ask the pеoplе nеarby:
]' Who doеs this wallеt bеlong to?
2 Who is this wallеt belonging to?
с) A fтiеnd invitеs you to a snaсk bar at lunсh timе. You say:
1 Thanks, but I always go homе.
2 Thanks, but I,m always going homе.
d) A friеnd opеns thе door and says:What arе you doing? You rеply:
1 I work as a sесrеtary.
2 I,m repairing thе сomputеr.
е) You havеn,t dесidеd yеt about buying a nеw bikе. You say:
1 I think about it.
2 I'm thinking about it.
f) A friеnd asks:Do you likе lemon tеa? You rеply:
1 I prеfеr tеa with milk.
2 I'm prеfеrring tea with milk.
g) A friеnd asks you if you havе finishеd thе book shе lеnt you. You say:
1' Sorry, I still rеad it.
2 Sottу, I,m still rеading it.
h) It,s a hot day, but a friеnd has a hеavy сoat on. You ask:
1 Why do you Wеar a heavy сoat?
2 Whу arе you wеaring a hеavy сoat?
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Underline thе сorreсt word or phrasе in eaсh sentenсe.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
D
g)
h)
i)
i)
That сan,t bе right| I doп,t bеlieуe/I,mпot bеIieviпgit!
Carolinе сan,t swim today. Shе hаs/ishаving a сold.
Sее you in thе morning' I leаve/I,mleаviпg now'
What do you do/аreyou doiпgJ If you drop it, it will еxplodе!
beiпg vеrу si||у.
Stop doing that, Bill! You,re/You,re
I drive/I,mdiving! You сan sit in thе baсk with Martin.
Whаt do we eаt/аrewe eаtingthis еvеning? I,m rеally hungтy!
You,rе a grеat сook! This cakе tаstes/istаstingwondеrful.
Whеrе do уou go/аreyou goiпgJ I havеn,t finishеd spеaking to you!
not understапdingit.
Сhеmistry is hard. I doп,tuпderstаnd/I,m
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PRA с т l с E
Put eaсh vеrb in braсketsinto thе prеsentsimple or prеsentсontinuous.
a) Ugh, don,t show mе that piсturеII (hatе)...'..!заte...............;..........
miсе!
b) Who (you, go)
... to thе matсh on Saturdaywith?
с) In thе wintеr,what (you,wеaт).........
.......'.....
?
d) I сan,t stand hoтror films. I (think)
... thеy,rе silly!
е) Diana (not, usually,sit) .........
nеxt to Еllеn.
0 Why (you,look at) .............
g) Еxсusе mе. (this bus, stop)
.........
mе likе that?
... outsidе thе station?
h) I (not takе) ..........
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thе bus to sсhool today.
Matсh еaсh sentеnсe(a-h) with a suitableresponsе(1_8).
a) What do you usually do on your birthdaу? .....1'....
b) Would you likе to mееt again on Saturday?
с) What do you usually do when thеrе is an еarthquakе?
d) Havе you finishеd your homеwoгk?
е) What aIе you doing?
f) What arе you doing on Friday?
g) Arе you in thе sсhool baskеtball tеam?
h) What do you do? ...,.......
1
2
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4
5
6
7
8
5
Ihavеaparty.
I |iе undеr thе tablе.
I work in a travеl agеnсy.
Yеs, wе play еvеry Friday.
I'm still doing it.
lt,s hot in hеrе. I,m opеning somе windows.
I,m going baсk to Canada tomorrow.
I'm having a party.
Put eaсh verb in braсketsinto the presentsimple or prеsеntсontinuous.
a) What (usually,you, do) .dо.уаш.иs.uлLIу..da.at thе wееkеnd?
b) Don,t Worry about the сat. It (only еat) ............
с) I сan,t work out thе answеr.(you, know) ................
.....onсе a daу'
. what it is?
d) What,s thе mattеr?Why (you, starе).........
........at mе likе that?
е) (you, spеak)
Еnglish? I,m looking for a hotеl.
0 Еlеna (stay)
dесoratеd.
with mе whilе hеr housе is bеing
g) You should 8o on a diеt. (you, put)
on wеight.
h) (thеy, spеak)
Frеnсh or Gеrman? I сan,t tеll thе
diffеrеnсе.
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Explanations
Past simplе: form
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Rеgular vеrbs
Past simplе rеgular vеrbs add -ed to thе barе infinitivе. Vеrbs еnding in -e
simply add -d.
I enjoуed thе ftlm. I loved the musiс.
All pеrsons havе thе samе form.
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Spеlling problеms
Vеrbs еnding in сonsonant + -y сhangе -у to -iе.
сry cried
trу tried
Vеrbs еnding with onе vowеl and onе сonsonant doublе thе final сonsonant.
rеgret regrettеd f|t fitted
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Irrеgularvеrbs
Thе most сommon irrеgularvеrbs arе listеd on page277.It is nесеssaryto
lеarn thеsе forms.
wаke woke
driпk drапk
еаt аte
Quеstions
Quеstions arе formеd with did and thе barе infinitivе.
Did you drink оll thе milk?
Did уou eпjoу the fiIm?
Whу did she leаve?
Whаt did уou do уestеrdау?
Nеgativеs
Nеgativеs arе formеd with did пot aлd thе barе infinitivе. This is сontraсtеd
to didп,tin spеесh and informal writing.
Thе сoаt didn,t fit me. Саrol didn,t eаt verymuсh.
P ast si mp l e :
mе an i ng
Thе past simplе is usеd to dеsсribе aсtions and statеsin a сomplеtеd pеriod
of timе. Wе know whеn thе aсtion happеnеd, so a dеfinitе timе еxprеssion
сan bе usеd.
I eпjoуеd the film \ryеSсtwlоst пight.
We listened to some пew СDs уesterdау аfterпooп.
Thе past simplе is also usеd to dеsсribе habitual aсtions in thе past.
Еverydаy wе got up еаrlу апd weпt to the beасh.
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Past сontinuous:
form
P RA с т l с E
Thе past сontinuous is formеd with thе past of thе auxiliaтy vеrLl be an.dt}:rе
-iпg fotm of thе main vеrb.
He/Shewаs dtiving.
You were lаughiпg'
I wаs sittiпg bу the door.
They were eаting.
We were сrying.
Quеstions
quеstions arе formеd by invеrting thе subjесt and the auxiliary vеrb
YesД,lo
be.
Wаs he/she driviпg?
Were уou wаiting?
Wаs I sleeping?
Werc theу leаving?
Were we writiпg?
pattеrn.
samе
thе
quеstions
follow
I4lhWhаt-were уou writing? Why were theу wаitiпg?
Nеgativеs
Nеgativеs arе formеd with thе vеrb auxiliary vеrb be + пot. This is сontraсtеd
in spеесh and informal writing.
I wаsn,t listening. Hе wаsn,t plауing. Theу weren,t lookiпg.
Past сontinuous:
meaning
Thе past сontinuous is usеd to dеsсribе a situation in progrеssin thе past.
This is oftеn сontrastеdwith a suddеn еvеnt in thе past simplе.
Suddеn еvеnt
Baсk8roundsituation
wheпRuth phoned.
I wаs hаviпg my luпсh
I met Kаreп.
While I wаs wаiting for the bus,
Thе past сontinuous саn bе usеd to dеsсribе sеvеral situations in progтеss,
happеning at thе samе timе.
While Iаmeswаs cookiпg, Dауid'wаs phottittg а fтieпd.
The аirport wаs full of people.Somewere sleepiпg oп benсhes,somе werе
shopping, others-werеrcаding. Еveryonewаs wаitiпg for пews of thе delаyed
plаne.
Тimе exprеssions
With thе past simplе
I аrrived hеre two hours аgo/iп Septemberflаst week/аt 6.oo.
Helen liуed in Mаdrid for three уeаrs.
With thе past сontinuous
.duling thе timе
We сan lsе wheп or lцhilеwith thе past сontinuous to mеan
that'.
While-we werewаitiпg for thе trаiп, it stаrtedto rаiп.
I сut my fiпgerwheп I wаs pеelingthepotаtoes.
But if wе mеan ,at thе timе that, thеn wе only lse whе|lwith thе past
simplе.
She wаs very hаppуwheп she got her eхаm results.
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PAsт
тlмE
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Underlinethe сorreсtword or phrasein eaсh sentenсe.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
Whilе lwаshed/w!5
my hair, thе phonе rаnglringed.
'уlshlrlg
How did you felt/did уou feel yеstеrday aftеrnoon?
Whеn I got/wаsgetting homе I reсeivedhvаsreсeivinga phonе сall.
Last summеr I wаs going swimmiпg/wentswimmingеvеry wееkеnd.
Whеn thе dog bit/wаs biting Laura,s lеg, shе sсreаmed/wаssсreаming.
Wе sапg/suпgsomе songs and thеn аte/eаtsomе sandwiсhes.
Whеn уou fell/felt ovеr thе сliff, what hаppened/wаshаppeпingnехt?
Whilе Мatу wаshed-up/wаswаshing-up, she broke/wаsbreаkinga сup.
I didn't sеe/sаwwhеrе thе bus stop was, so I wаs missiпg/missed
thе bus.
|) What did уou do/werеуou doingwhеn I phonеd/wаsphoпiпgyou last night?
Thеrе was no rеply.
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Rewrite eaсh sentenсe aссording to the instruсtionsgiven.
t dldnjt eШоvtho соnrert.
a) I еnjoyеd thе сonсеrt. (negative)
b) You atе all thе brеad. (quеstion)
с) Did John spеnd a lot? (affirmativе)
d) I fеlt wеll yеstеrday.(nеgativе)
е) Anna didn,t buy a сaт. (affirmativе)
f) Thеy won thе prizе. (quеstion)
g) Paul doеsn,t spеak Grееk. (affirmativе)
h) I paid all thе bills. (nеgativе)
3
Complеte еaсh sеntenсеwith a suitabletimе expressioпfrom the box. You сan
usе an expressionmore than onсe.
a) A burglar brokе into the housе .....w.b.у!*..'...
Wе Wеrеwatсhing tеlеvision.
b) .....................
I mеt an old friend of minе in thе сity сеntrе.
с) What Wеrеyou doing
.. thе poliсе offiсеr knoсkеd on thе door?
.. half-past еight outsidе thе сinеma.
d) Jan mеt Sarah
Diсk was preparinglunсh, hе сut his fingеr badly.
e) .....................
f) I first сamе to this town more than twеnty yеars .........
g) Jеff was studying to bе a doсtor
h) Tony bоught his first motoтbikе
i)
.. hе mеt Sally.
.' \99z'
.. did you start playing baskеtball?
j) Мost of thе young pеoplе lеft this villagе a long timе ..........
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PRA с т I с Е
Matсh еaсh sentenсe (a_h) with a suitable rеsponse (1-8).
a) What was Katrina doing whеn you knoсkеd on thе door? ....J....
b) How did Brеnda spеnd hеr holiday? ...........
с) What happеnеdwhеn thе lights wеnt out? .........'.
d) Whеn did you mееt Сathy? ...........
е) What did Juliе do whеn Tony сallеd? ,,',,......
0 Did Suzannahhеar what David said? ...........
g) What did Luсy do whеn thе bеll rang at thе еnd of thе lеsson?
h) Why did Aliсia lеavе so еar\у?
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
5
Shе wеnt sailing most days, and sunbathеd at thе bеaсh.
Shе put thе phonе down.
Shе was listеning to thе radio in thе kitсhеn.
Shе Went to mеet hеr parеnts at a rеstaurant.
Shе сamе to my brothеr's birthday party.
Whilе Tina wаs looking for a torсh, thеy сamе baсk on.
Shе wasn,t listеning.
Shе put hеr books away and lеft.
Put еaсh vеrb in braсketsinto either the past simple or past сontinuous.
k.l+.p'....''.......
a) Whеn Harry(wakеup) ........W4
, We(telll..''...t!!.?('
him thе nеws.
for thе сonсеrt to bеgin whеn a
b) Еvеryonе (wait)
mеssagе(arrivе)
с) Сharlottе (want)
a rеlaxing holiday, so shе
to stay on a small island.
(сhoosе)
in Amеriсa, his parеnts
d) Whеn Robеrto (study)
him еvеry wееk.
(phonе)
my pеn whilе I (look for)
е) I (find)
my bag.
a film on tеlеvision when Juliе
f) Ann (watсh)
(arrivе)
g) Whеn thе lights (go out)
, I (liе)
in bеd rеading.
to thе nеw Сhinеsе rеstaulant, what
h) Whеn you (go)
(you еat)
T4
?
..............'..
Explanations
Past pеrfeсt: form
Past pеrfeсt:
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Thе past pеrfесt is formеd with thе auxiliary hаd and thе past partiсiplе
(third сolumn in vеrb tablеs).Тhе past partiсiplеs of irrеgular vеrbs arе listеd
on page277.
I hаd deсided. She hаd lеft. We hаd eаteп.
In spеесh and informal writing thеse forms arе сontraсtеd to:
I,d dесidеd.
She'd left.
We,d eаteп'
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Quеstions and nеgativеs
Quеstions arе formеd by invеrting thе subjесt aпd hаd. Nеgatives arе formеd
with пot and сontraсtions arе usеd.
Hаd shе left?
She hаd пot left.
She hаdn,t left.
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Thе past pетfесtis usеd to show сlеarly that onе past еvеnt happеnеd bеforе
anothеr past еvеnt. Wе usе thе past pеrfесt for thе еarliеr еvеnt.
Sue left аt 7.00.
Wе аrrivеdаt her houseаt 8.З0.
) Wheп wе аrrived аt Suе,shouse,she hаd left.
It is not nесеssaly to uSе thе past pеrfесt if wе usе beforeor аfterto makе thе
timе sеquеnсесlеar, although many spеakеrsdo so to show a strong
сonnесtion bеtwееnthе two еvеnts.
Sue left hеr housebefore wе аrrivеd.
oR Sиe hаd left hеr housebefore wе аrrivеd.
We аrrived аt Sue,shouseоfter she left.
ОR We аrrived аt Suе,shouseаfter she hаd left'
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Notе that it is not nесеssaryto usе thе past pеrfесtjust bесausеan еvеnt
happеnеd a long timе ago. Wе usе past simplе.
The Сhiпеsеbuilt thе GrecttWаll oуеrtwo thousапdyеаrsago'
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Thе past pеrfесt is oftеn usеd with vеrbs of thinking |1kethink, kпow,be surе,
rеаlize, remembeT,
Suspeсt,uпderstаndetс.
I thoughtI,d seeп the film beforе,but I hсldп,t.
Dауid knew hе,d seеn her somewherebеforе.
Еllеn wаs sureshe hаdn,t loсked the door.
When I got homeI rеаIizedI,d lost mу wallеt.
Thе iпspeсtorsuspесtedthаt the thief hоd usеd а speсiаlkеу.
mе ani ng
Past pеrfeсt:
сommonusеs
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usеd to
PRA с т l с E
.
Usedto dеsсribеsa habit or statе in the past. Thеrе is no pтеsеntform. Usedto
suggеststhat thе aсtion or situation is no longеr tтuе and so makеs a
сontгast with thе prеsent.
I used to hаve long hаir whеп I wаS youngеr.
It is usеd for rеpеatеdaсtions and not for singlе еvents.
I used to plаy tenпis,but пow I pIау footbаll.
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Quеstions and nеgativеs
With quеstions and nеgatives usedto beсomеs use to.
Did уou use to hаve loпg hаir when уou wеrеyounger?
I didп,t use to plау tennis,but пow I plау most tryеekeпds.
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Pronunсiation
Usedis pronounсеd lilstl. This is diffеrеnt from thе past tensе of thе vеrb
use' prono!лсеd littzdl .
would
Would is usеd in thе samе Way as usedfo, but it only dеsсribеsrepeatеdaсtions
in thе past, not statеs.It is morе сommorr in dеsсriptivе writing than in spеесh'
Оn winter dауs, we would/used to аIl sit аround the ftre апd tell storiеs.
I used to owп а motorbike.(NОТ g)
Past perfeсt and
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pa st si mpl е
Study thе situations and thе еxample sеntеnсеs:
Situation 1: thе film starts at 8.00, I arтivе at 7.50.
a) I аrrived аt 7.50,iust bфre the ftIm stаrted'
b) Wheп the film stаrted, I hаd аIreаdуаrrived teп minutes before,
Situation 2: the film starts at 8.00, I arrivе at 8.10.
a) The ftIm stаttеd аt 8'00, but I аrrived teп miпutes lаtе,
b) I аrrived аt 8.1o, but thе film hаd аIrеаdуstаrted.
To dеsсribе thеsе situations it is possiblе to uSе thе past simplе for both
vеrbs, as in 1a) and2a).It is also possiblе to put thе еvеnt thаt happеnеd
first into the past pеrfесt, as in 1b) and2b).
Howеvеr, la) is morе simplе and muсh morе likеly than 1b). In lb) wе
еmphasizе whiсh еvеnt happеnеd first (me arriving) - but arriving first is
normal whеn wе go to thе сinеma so We don,t nееd to еmphasizе it.
In situation Zboth a) and b) arе possiblе. 2a) is simplе and еasy to usе and
understand. But 2b) hеlps thе mеaning by еmphasizing whiсh еvеnt
happеnеd fiтst (thе film starting).
Past forms usеd in
сonditionals
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Nоtе that thе past simplе and past pеrfесt arе also usеd in сonditional
sеntеnсеs(If ...)' In thеsе sеntеnсеsthеy havе a diffеrеntmеaning.
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Underline the errors in thesе sentenсes. Rewritе eaсh sеntenсe.
a) Whеn wе had atе lunсh, wе wеrе sitting in thе gardеn.
..''W.hr,n..w.p..,hg,d...чtt*у.,!+уlс.h,'.у'/p..lgt..iw..thr,
b) Whilе I lookеd for my keys, I rеmеmbетеdI lеft thеm at homе.
с) Anna had usеd to play badminton whеn shе had bееn at sсhool.
d) Whеn I got into bеd, I was falling aslееp immеdiatеly.
е) Whеn I was finally finding thе housе, I was knoсking at thе door.
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Aftеr Jill was giving Niсk his books, shе wеnt homе.
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Maтia would livе in Swеdеn whеn shе was a сhild.
6'
h) I was using to gеt up еarly whеn I had gonе sailing.
i) Thе Vikings had sailеd to North Amеriсa a thousand yеars ago.
j) Juliеt Was surе shе was sееing thе tall man bеforе.
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Undеrlinеthe сorrесtword or phrasein еaсh sentеnсe.
at thе bus stop, I hаd notiсed/wаs
a) Whilе l hаd wаited/wg$-wlilix18/wаited
notiсing/notiсeda г'еw shop whiсh wаsп,t/hаdп,tbеenin thе strееt thе day
bеforе.
b) I hаd goпe/wentotlt into thе gardеn to fеtсh my bikе, bttt fouпd/wаsfinding
that somеone stole/hаdStolenit.
с) Whеn Gеorgе met/wаsmeetiпgDianе at thе party, hе thought/wаsthinking
that hе sаw/hаdseen/wаsseeiпghеr somеwhеrеbeforе.
d) Еmily got off/wаSgеtting off the bus, and wаlked/wаswаIkiпg into thе bank
whеn shе reаIized/hаdreаIized/wаsreаIizingthat shе left/hаа left/wаsleаving
hеr handbag on thе bus.
е) Aftет I wаs buying/hаdboughtmy nеW сomputеr, I disсovеrеd that I wаsn,t
hаving/didп,thаve еnolgh mеmory.
I
0 wеnt to thе post оffiсе to ask about my paсkagе,but thеy hаd sаid/sаidthat
it still hаdn,t аrrived/didn,tаrrive,
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L A NGU A GE
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Put eaсh vеrb givеn into the past simplе,past сontinuousor past perfeсt.Morе
than onе answer may be possible.
(brеak)thе windowat
Thе poliсеsuspесtеd
that Brian(^)...hДd..hra,Kp.w..''.
(want) to makе thеm think that a
his housе bесausе hе (b)
(stеal) his valuablе stamp сollесtion. Тhеy
burglar (с) ..............
( d ) .............
(think) that Br ian (е) ..............
... (nееd) thе monеy. Howеvец thеy
bесausе hе (f) .........
( g ) ..............
(fly) to
(no t kno w ) that Br ian (h) .............
(bе) abroad whеn thе
Brazil the wееk bеforе, and (i)
b u r g l a r y ( i ) ..............
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(do ) this
(takе plaсе).
Complete eaсh sentenсe, using would or usеd to and the verb in braсkеts. More
than onе answеr may bе possiblе.
a bеard but hе shavеdit off.
a) Jaсk (havе).....N.?((.''t.q'..hау9',,.........
b) My mothеr (rеad)........
to mе еvеry night.
.... at thе bеaсh еvеry
с) In thе holidays wе (mееt)
morning.
d) I (not likе) ..'........
spinaсh,but now I do.
е) Неlеn (writе)
....to mе oftеn, but now shе phonеs.
f) Tina (livе) ..........
in thе housе oppositе.
g) Whеn I was young, thе summеrs (bе)
h) Whеnеvег our tеaсhеrlеt us lеavе еarly,wе (сhееr)
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.... Warlnеr.
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For еaсh question,сompletethe seсond sеntenсeso that it meansthe samе as
the first, using no more than thrее words.
a) Мiсhaеl took a dееp brеath and divеd into thе watеr.
a dееpbrеath,hе divеd into thе Watеr.
After Miсha ....h.а.q('..tдkш........'......
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b) Tеrry was fattеr.
to bе so thin.
Tеrry.........
с) Gary Was surе his keys Wеrеnot in his poсkеt.
his kеys.
Gary was surе ...........
d) Whеn he was youngеr David playеd tеnnis.
.... tеnnis whеn hе Was youngеr.
David
е) Last summеrl Julia got up еarly еvеry morning.
Last summеr,Julia usеd to
.... еarly еvеry morning.
0 Wе missеd thе bus so wе took a taxi.
thе bus.
........
Wе took a taxi bесausе...............
g) In thosе days, wе spеnt thе summеr in thе mountains.
.... thе summеr in thе mountains.
In thosе days, wе
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Combine thе two sentenсesto make one sentenсе.Use when and the past
perfeсt.
a) I washеd and got rеady. I wеnt out to mееt my friеnds.
t!' |у!,3..еt',|wу.,Irtrд4.t'...
r%lу,''I..N.pnt.'p.цl.
...Wkуэ.!.d...WN.kl.g.уId..!!.t
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т|
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I
t
t
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l
т
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L,
...^ ^ L
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b) I knеw muсh morе about thе job. I visitеd thеir offiсеs.
с) I lookеd at thе nеw drеss for agеs.I asked how muсh it сost.
d) I fеlt muсh morе indеpеndеnt. I passеdmy driving tеst.
е) Annе Wеnt on holiday. Shе savеd еnough monеy.
f) Thе tеam finally won thе matсh. Thеy ran round thе pitсh to сеlеbratе.
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ЕxpIanations
Present pеrfесt:
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form
Thе prеsеnt pеrfесt is formеd with thе prеSеnt tеnsе of thе auxiliary vеrb
hаve and thе past paltiсiplе (third сolumn in vеrb tablеs). Thе past
partiсiplеs of irrеgular vеrbs arе listеd on page 277.
I hаve deсided to Iеауe tomorrow.
She hаs уtritteп the emаil to Luсу.
(rеgular)
(irrеgular)
In spеесh and informal writing thеsе forms arе сontraсtеd to:
I,vе deсided.
She,s wriffeп.
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Quеstions and nеgativеs
Quеstions arе formеd by invеrting thе subjесt and hаve. Nеgativеs arе formеd
with not and сontraсtions arе usеd.
Hаve уou dеcidеd уet?
She hаs not writteп the emаil.
Presеnt perfeсt:
meaning
She hаsn,t writteп the emаil'
Тhе prеsеnt pеrfесt dеsсribеs past еvеnts whiсh arе сonnесtеd to thе prеsеnt.
Тhеrе arе a numbеr of diffеrеnt usеs:
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Еxpеriеnсеs in our lifе up to now.
Hаve уou visited апу other сouпtries?
YеS,I,ve beеп to Itаlу апd Frапсе.
Thеrе is no timе ехprеssion bесausе wе arе talking about a wholе lifе
ехpеriеnсе, not individual еvеnts. If wе wantеd to say whеn thе еvеnts
happеnеd wе would usе thе past simplе.
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An еvеnt in thе past that has a rеsult in thе prеsеnt.
Hеleп hаs broken her pепсil'
I,vе hurt mу fоot.
Thеrе is no timе ехprеssion bесausе whеn it happеnеd is not important. Our
attеntion is on thе prеsеIrt (Whеrе is thе pеnсil sharpеnеr? l | сan,t p|aу
football). If wе wantеd to say whеn thе aсtions happеnеd wе would usе thе
past simplе.
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A situation that startеd in thе past and сontinuеs until thе prеsеnt.
I,ve lived here for tеп vеаrs.
I,ve oftеn seen |im with his dog iп the pаrk.
Hеrе thеre is a timе еxprеssion, dеsсribing how long or how oftеn somеthing
has happеnеd.
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G R A м ni A R
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P R Es ЕN т
P ER FEс т
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Complеtion
Wе oftеn usе thе prеsеnt pеrfесt whеn wе dеsсribе how many things arе
соmplеtеd so far.
I,ve reаd а hundredpаges ofthis book.
An еxaсt timе is not mеntionеd.
Пmе exprеssions
ever,пever
Wе usе evеr and пeverwherr wе ask or talk about our еxpеriеnсеs in lifе.
Hоvе you ever eаtеn|аpаnesefood?
No, I,ve neуer eаtеп it.
yеt, so fоr and аlreаdу
Wе usе yet in quеstions and nеgativе sеntеnсеs.It has a similar mеaning to
so fаr (or,up to now,), whiсh is usеd in quеstions and positivе sеntеnсеs.
Hаve уou ftnishеd this bookуet? No, I,m oп pаge 56'
How mаnу pаges hаvе уou reаd?I,ve reаd 56 pаges so fаr.
Wе usе аlrеаdуin positivе sеntеnсеsto dеsсribе an aсtion whiсh happеnеd
bеforе.
When аre уou goiпg to ftnish your lеttеr?
I,ve аIreаdv writteп it.
t just
Wе usе iust whеn wе desсribе a very rесеnt evеnt.
Саthу hаs iust phoned fтom the аirport.
Frеquеnсy advеrbs:аlwаys,oftеп etс.
Frеquenсy advеrbs that arе usеd with thе prеsеnt simplе сan also bе usеd
with thе prеSеntpеrfесt.
(a statе)
He hаs аIwауs loved уou.
(а rеpеatеd еvent)
Wе hаve often visited Spаiп.
for arrd sinсe
pr dеsсribеsthе lеngth of a timе pеriod.
Tom hаs worked herefor three months.
sinсedеsсribеsthе point whеn thе timе pеriod startеd.
Tom hаs уlorkеd heresinсe |uIу 10th.
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L A NGU A GЕ
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Put eaсhverb into a form of the presentperfесtsimple.
yoursеlf?
a) What,sthе mattеr?(youсut).'...H.qtug'.Y.q.!t..9!4l............
b) I (havе)
.... a hеadaсhе еvеr sinсе lunсhtimе.
с) Nadia (nеvеr sее) ............
any Сhinеsе films.
d) Somеonе (stеal)
.... Мr Grant,s bikе.
е) Thе passеngеrs arе tirеd bесausе thеy (not slееp) .........
all night.
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.... your window. Sorryl
I'm afraid wе (just brеak)
.... a prize this timе, I,m afraid.
g) David (not win)
h) (you еvеr еat)
.... Spanish food? It,s grеat!
Complеte what еaсh speaker says.
b)
g&.W..ryИrr'i9d.......
for
we ..,.V..?.'.h
twеnty-fivе wondеrful yеars!
d)
е)
my
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Complete еaсh sentеnсewith a time word or phrasеfrom the box.
x:жgl.:.
a) Luis has livеd in thе сity сеntrе ....,t.|ш'е...'.....7996.
Wantеda pеt goldfish!
b) Thanks for thе prеsеnt!I,vе .....................
drunk pinеapplеjuiсе?It,sfantastiсI
с) Havе you ..................'..
.. hеard somе fantastiс nеws! I,vе passеdmy еxams!
? You,rеso slowl
е) Hurry up! Havеn,tyou finishеd.....................
.. fivе yеars.
f) Nina has workеd in this сompany
d) I,vе
.. bееn on a big ship bеforе. It,s an intеrеsting еxpеriеnсе!
.. Wе,vеsold ovеr a hundrеd bikеs.
h) Wе,rе vеry busy today.
passеdthis building, but this is the fiIst timе I,vе bееn
i) I,vе .....................
g) I,vе
insidе.
теadthis onе.
i) Сan I havе a diffеrеntbook? I,vе.....................
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For eaсh quеstion,сomрlеtethе seсond sentenсeso that it mеansthе samе as
thе firs! using no more than three words.
a) Wе startеdworking hеrе thrее yеars ago.
We ,,.Y.Q..W.Q.rkЙ..h*rp. for thrееyеars.
b) This is thе first timе I,vе bееn on a planе.
on a planе bеforе.
I ................
с) That,s strangе!Мy pеn isn,t hеrе!
........disappеarеd!
That,sstrangе!
d) Niсky and Jan arеn,t at this sсhoоl any morе.
........this sсhool.
Niсky аnd Jan
е) I saw a friеnd of yours a fеw momеnts ago.
I ................
a friеnd of yours.
0 I,m still writing my lеttеrs.
writing my lеttетsyеt.
I ................
g) Is this your first visit to South Amеriсa?
Havе ..........
to South Amетiсabеforе?
h) oh nol Мy wallеt is still in thе сar.
my wallеtin thе сar.
oh no! I ................
i) It,s a long timе sinсе wе spokе to your sistеr.
to your sistеrfor a long time.
Wе .............
i) Is Anna still aslееp?
Has ..'.........
up yеt?
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Еxplanatio n s
Prеsent pеrfeсt
сontinuous:form
Тhе prеsеnt pегfесt сontinuous is formеd with thе prеsеnt pеrfесt of be, and the
-illg foгm of thе vеrb.
I'ъ'ebeen wаitiпg herеаlI morniпg.
\\-lttltltаve you been doing lаtelу?
I ltат,eп,tbeen sleepiпg wеIIreсentlу.
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Тhе pгеsеnt pеrfесt сontinuous, likе thе prеsеnt pеrfесt, dеsсгibеspast еvеnts
lтhiсh arе сonnесtеd to thе prеsеnt. But in thе сontinuous form therе is a
mеaning of an aсtion or situation in progrеss.
\|.llаthаve уou been doiпg lаtely?
I,ve been workiпg а lot'
Itow long hаve уou beeп liviпg hеre?
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Тhе prеsеnt pеrfесt сontinuous сan еmphasizе thе lеngth of timе of thе
aсtion.
I,ve been wаiting hеreаll morпing.
I've been fеeling ill for weeks.
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Тhе prеsеnt pеrfесt сontinuous сan еmphasize that thе aсtion is tеmpoтary.
I,ve beеn stауing iп а hotelfor thеpаst moпth.
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Тhе prеsеnt pеrfесt сontinuous сan bе usеd for rеpеatеdaсtions.
I,vе been phoniпg her for dауs,but she,sпеуerаt home.
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Тhе aсtion may bе finishеd or сontinuing, Wе only know by thе situation.
Саrlos hаs beeп studуing Еnglish for two уeаrs апd now he,sstopped!Whаt а
shаme.
Саrlos hаs been studуiпg Еnglish for two уеаrs.He,sgoing to do ап eхаm пeхt
с on t i n uou s:
m e ani ng
уeаr.
Тi mе е xpr е ssi o n s
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Тvpiсal timе еxprеssionsthat arе usеd with thе prеsеnt pеrfесt сontinuous
inсludе:
аII dау, аll morпing, for dауs, for аgеs,Iаtelу,reсeпtlу,sinсe, for
GRAм]t,tAR
Presеntpеrfесtor
presentperfесt
сontinuous?
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oftеn thеrе is vеry littlе diffеrеnсе bеtwееn thе two tеnsеs:
I,ve worked/beeп working herefor two уeаrs'
I,ve lived/beeп living herefor two уeаrs.
Wе oftеn usе thе prеsеnt pеrfесt if our attеntion is on thе finishеd rеsult, but
thе prеsеnt pеrfесt сontinuous if our attеntion is on thе aсtion.
I,ve.written thаt еmаil to lасkie' I wаs meапiпgto do it for аges'
I,ve been writiпg thаt emаil to |асkieаnd it,s tаkenаn hour!I,m eхhаusted!
If wе givе dеtails of how many or how muсh wе do not usе a сontinuous
form.
I,ve ulritten four emаils.
I,ve done а lot of сookingапd сIеапiпgthis аftеrnoon.
othеr problеms
Prеsеnt simplе or prеsеnt pеrfесt?
Wе usе thе prеsеnt simplе to dеsсribе habits or statеsin thе prеsеnt, but wе
usе thе prеsеnt pеrfесt to dеsсribе thе timе until thе prеsеnt.
I live iп Prаgue'
(a pеrmanеnt statе _ I always livе thеrе)
I,ve livеd in Prаguefor two уeаrs.
(I arrivеd two yеars ago and still livе thеre)
Past simplе or prеsеnt pеrfесt?
Thе past simple dеsсribеsan event in a сomplеtеd timе pеriod. Thе prеsеnt
pеrfесt is usеd for a timе pеriod that inсludеs thе prеsеnt.
I lived iп Prаgue in thе пiпeties.
(now I livе somеwhеrе еlsе)
I,ve lived in Prаguesinсе thе niпeties.
(I still livе thеrе)
Thе сhoiсе of tеnsе oftеn depеnds on whеthеr oul attеntion is in thе past or
thе prеsеnt.
I hаd аn umbrellа,but I left it on the bus.
(thе еvеnt is distant in my mind)
Оh no! I,ve left my umbrellа oп the bus.
(thе еvеnt is prеsеnt in my mind)
hаve beeп and hаve goпе
|f we hауe beento a plaсe, Wе Wеnt thеrе and havе now rеturnеd. |f we hаve
gotlеto a plaсе, wе wеrit thеrе but havе not rеturnеd.
Melissа hаs beeп to Сhiпа.
Melissа hаs gone to Сhinа.
(and shе has сomе baсk)
(and shе is still thеrе)
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tA NGU A GE
PRA с т l C Е
Underlinеthe сorreсtword or phrasein eaсh senteпсе.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
2
sinсе thе еnd of last yеar.
I livе hеrе/I-7е-]wзl-hеte
last
I'm afraid thе
tтain lеft/hаsleft an hour ago.
Somеonе hаs just stolen/hаsjust beeпsteаliпgmy biсyсlе.
Тhank you for your offеr, btlt I deсided/I,vеdecidednot to aссеpt.
YеstегdayI lost/I,velost mу wallеt.
Тakе your umbrеllа with уoll. It stоrted/It,sstаrtedraining.
уisitеdtwo сountriеs so far.
!Vе,тееnjoying our trip. We уisitedПVе,уe
hours and I fееl tirеd.
fot
here
here/I,ve
been
stапding
I,rn stаndiпg
Тhis wаs/hаsbeena busy day and it isn,t ovеr yеt!
l fееl rеally tired. We weпtПVe,vebeento a partу last night.
Put eaсh verb in braсkets into either the present perfeсt, past simple or present
simple.
my sсarf,and now I (justlosе)
,.Lp.l,t...'..,....
a) Last wееk I (losе).........
s.
t.'.......''..
...myglovе
....|'v
e..j.'.a.t...L..,r
b ) I (work)
(dесidе)
с) Wе (bе)
.... for Bluе Bank at thе moment but I
....to сhangе jobs.
.... hеrе for hours. Arе you surе Wе (сomе)
thе bus homе.
oсtopus,but onсе on holiday I
0 I (nеvеrеat) ............
(еat)...........
somе squid.
g) I (hopе)
....you arеn,ta vеgеtarian.I (сook)
....you somе lamb сhops.
.... kite
h) Rесеntly a lot of young pеoplе (takеup)
surfing.
i) Whеn wе (rеaсh)
....thе сinеma, thеrе (not bе)
'... aгlУtiсkеts lеft.
i) Plеasесomе quiсkly! Niсk (havе)
....to hospital.
hе (go)
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.... an aссident, and
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2
Completeeaсh mini-dialogueby putting thе verbs given in braсkеtsinto either
thе present perfeсt or prеsent perfeсt сontinuous.
a) A: Tеrminatot2 is on at thе Rеx?(yousеe)..'!!.g,vэ,уl!*..{.*k..........
it?
B: No, not yеt.Shallwе go?I (lookto,-u,o;..,.Yp..h*k'!q.q!9i.ryg'fl.rwкd.
to sееing it for agеs.
b) A: What,s thе mattеr? You look rеally tirеd!
B: I am! I (study)
.... a7l day, and I (not finish)
с)
d)
A: Somеonе(rob) ..........
thе bank at thе еnd of the road.
е) A: Why is your lеg in plastеr?
B: That,sa silly quеstion!I (brеak)
A: Somеonе (writе)
4
....it, of сoursе.
.Brеak
....
Тimе, on thе plastеrl
For eaсh question,сompletethе seсond sentenсеso that it meansthe same as
the first using no morе than three words.
a) I сamе tо livе hеrе thrее months ago.
| .',V,.Q,
hеrе for thrее months.
hwYk. !ууу,уu,,,,.''......
b) Sophiе is out at the shops at thе momеnt.
Sophiе
....to thе shops.
с) I,vе had Frеnсh lеssonssinсе Мarсh.
I ................
.......FrеnсhsinсеМarсh.
d) I,m still rеading this book.
I ................
.......rеadingthis book yеt.
е) Paul lеft thе room a momеnt ago.
Paul has
....thе room.
0 It's agеs sinсе I last wеnt to thе сinеma.
I ................
.......to the сinеmafor agеs.
g) This is thе first timе I,vе еatеn snails.
ld
I ................
.......snailsbеforе.
h) I don,t rеmеmbеr Hеlеn,s phonе numbеr.
I,vе ............
Hеlеn,sphonе numbеr.
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ll
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L A NGU A GE
5
Completе еaсh sentenсewith onе suitablе word.
far, and wе,vе had some
Wе,vе had a vеry intеrеsting trip (a) ....{.!......'.......
thе last time Wе Wrote.We,ve
intеrеstingadvеnturеs(b) .....................
.. a lot of
(с) .....................
to somе beautifulislands,and (d)
Wе,vеmadе friеndswith somе
intеrеstingpеoplе.In faсt (е) .....................
.. us thе loсal languagе.I
pеоplе in a villagе, and they,vе beеn (f)
but Ann (h) .....................
havеn,t managedto lеarn muсh (g) .............
piсked up quitе a lot, and сan spеak well. She,s bееn (i)
.. every day,
and shе,s(j) .....................
mе еvеrythingshе knows!
6
Underline the еrrors in thеse sentenсes.Rewrite eaсh sentenсe.
l
a) Мy pеnfriend is writing to mе for yеars.
/v|v peуlfrLen,d
hаs baуъ writuц,qto уиo far Yeаrs,
........,...}....
.....
v
!g.
i
l...
t........
ф.....
!
l..
i...
b) Wе have started this сourse thrее wееks ago.
с) ,What havе you beеn doing a|| daу?, ,I,vebeen writtеn lettеrs.,
't"i!""
d) Whеn havе you arrivеd in this сity?
e) You havе еvеr bееn to India?
0
Рaula has bееn stayеd in a hotеl by thе sеa.
s) I,vе bееn fееling ill
thrее wееks ago.
h) I livе in this сiW sinсе I was born.
i) I wait hеrе for agеs. Wherе have you bеen?
i) Tony has lеavеd his books on thе bus.
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Еxplanations
Futurеtimе
Wе сan rеfеr to thе future in Еnglish by using will, bе goiпg to or by using
plеsеnt tеnsеs.Somеtimеs Wе сan usе diffеrеnt forms and therе is littlе
diffеrеnсе bеtwееn thеm, othеr timеs thеrе is a diffеrеnсе.
will
r
Form
Тhе wiII futurе is formеd with thе infinitivе without fo. Thе nеgativеsof will
is woп,t.Will is usually shortеnеd in spеесh and informal writing to ,l/.
Somе spеakеrsusе shаll to rеfеr to thе futurе in formal situations with 1 and
we. Hоwevеr this usе is bесoming vеry rarе. In modеrn Еnglish sЙсl/ is usеd
for suggеstionsonly:
ShаIlI opeпthe window?
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Меaning
Wе usе will to talk gеnеrally about futurе bеliеfs, opinions, hopеs and
prеdiсtions. Thеrе is usually a timе еxprеssion.Wе сan add perhаps,probаblу
or definitelyto show how сеrtain or unсеrtain Wе arе about our prеdiсtions.
In the neхt сeпtury,mostpeoplеwill probаbф live iп big сities.
Perhаps it,ll rаin tomorrow'
Uпitеdwill defiпitelу wiп tonight.
Notiсе that probably сomеs aftеr will but bеforе woп,t.
Shе,lIprobаbф сomewith us toпight.
Sheprobаblу-won,t сomеwith us toпight.
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Form
Тhе be goiпg to futurе is formеd with thе verb be + going + thе infinitivе.
|еаn is going to lеаrп to drive.
Tim апd Аnп аre goiпg to trаvel аbroаdпeхt уeаr.
l
Mеaning
Wе usе goiпg to for plans and intеntions. Thе plan may bе in thе nеar futurе,
or morе distant.
(m goiпg to do lots of work this eveпing.
Аfter I ftnish UпiversitуI,m goiпg to trаvel аII overЕuropеbу IпterRаiI,
Wе also lse goiпg fo for prеdiсtions. Wе usе going fo whеn thеrе is somе
еvidеnсе in thе prеsеnt situation, for еxamplе Wе сan sее somеthing.
Look out! Thosebooksаrе going to fаll!
bе going to
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Prеsent
сontinuous
L A NGU A GE
P RA с т I с Е
Form
Sее Grammar 2 fot the form of thе prеsеnt сontinuous.
I,m meeting mу motherfor lunсh аt one.
Меaning
Wе usе thе prеsеnt сontinuous to talk about things wе havе arrangеdto do,
in partiсular soсial arrangеmеntsand appointmеnts. Thеrе is nеarly always a
timе ехprеssion.
А: Аre уou doing апуthing oп Fridау eveniпg?
B: Not reаllу' Why?
А: I,m hоving а pаrty. Would уou like to come?
P r obl e ms
will or going to?
Will alrrdgoing to arе both usеd for prеdiсtions, and on most oссasions еither
is possiblе.
I thiпk it,s going to/it,ll probаblу rаin tomorrow.
Howevеr if thеrе is strong еvidеnсе in thе prеsеnt situation, then goiпg to is
usually usеd:
I think it,s goiпg to rаiп this аfrerпooп,
(looking up at blaсk сlouds in thе sky)
going to or prеsеnt сontinuous?
Goiпg to and thе plеsеnt сontinuous arе both usеd for plans and
arlangеmеnts,and on most oссasions еithеr is possiblе.
I,m going to hаvе/I,m hаviпg а pаrtу oп Fridау'
Howеvеr,going to сan suggеStthat thе dеtails arе not yеt finalizеd _ it,s still
iust a plan. Whеrеas thе prеsent сontinuous сan suggеstthat thе
arrangеmеntis moIе fixеd, with a timе and a plaсе.
|eаn is going to hаve аnothеrdrivinglessoпsooп.
(a plan, with no spесifiс timе)
|еаn is hаviпg her driviпg lessoпthis аfterпooп.
(it,sfixеd, in hеr diary)
othеr mеanings of will
WilI has othеr mеanings, for еxamplе spontanеous dесisions that сomе into
our hеad at thе momеnt of spеaking,promisеs еtс.
(a spontanеous dесision)
Is thаt thephoпеriпgiпg?I,Il апswerit'
(a promisе)
I,lI do the bestthаt I cап to help уou.
tbe
\Ntth be Wе usе will or going to, not thе prеsеnt сontinuous.
I,ll be bасk on Fridаy.
I,m going to be bасk oп Fridаy.
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Undеrlinethе сorrесtsentеnсe,"|or 2, in eaсh mini-dialogue.
),
a
a) A: Can you сomе danсing tomorrow night?
B: 1 Sorry, I,ll play baskеtball.
2 Sorry, I,m pla}zingbaskеtball.
b) A: What arе your plans for thе summer?
B: 1 l,ll spеnd a month in thе mountains.
2 I,m going to spеnd a month in thе mountains.
с) A: What do you think about thе wеathеr?
B: 1 It,ll probablу rain tomorrow.
2 lt's raining tomorrow.
d) A: What about tomorrow at about 5.30?
B: 1 oK, I,ll sееyou then.
z oK, I,m sееing you thеn.
е) A: Мary is buying a dog nеxt wееk.
B: 1 Rеally? What is shе сalling it?
2 Rеa||у?What is shе going to саll it?
f) A: It would bе niсе to sее you nеxt weеk.
B: 1 Arе you doing anything on Wеdnеsday?
2 wi|| you do anything on Wеdnеsday?
2
Put еaсh verb in braсkets into a form ot will, going to or presеnt сontinuous.
More than one answer may be possible.
a) Havеyou hеardthеnеws?Harry(join)....w..jq.tу1Lw,/,w'зp.у,ryg..tp..j.p.L*'..
thе Armyl
b) Sorryto kееpyou waiting.I (not bе) .............
с) Aссording to thе wеathеr foreсast,it (snow)
..........
long.
tomorrow.
d) I,m sorryI сan,tmееt you tonight.I (go out) ...........
with
............
my parеnts.
.......that jug off thе tablе!
е) Сareful!You (knoсk)..............'.
f) In fifty yеaтs,timе, most pеoplе (probablyridе) ..........
biсyс1еsto work.
g) our tеaсhеr(givе).........
h) I (go)
us a tеst tomorrow.
.... to Manсhеstеr at the еnd of nеxt wееk.
i) Look out! You (hit)
....that trее!
i) I think our tеam (probablywin) ..........
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3
P пA C т ! с E
Complete the seсond sentenсe so that it has a simiJаrmeaning to the first
sentenсe.
a) Мy party is on Thursday.
| ..,.|у1,.
h4vLу1g.'4.
Р.artу'.... on Thursday.
b) Тomorrow,s wеathеr forесast is for rain.
It's .............
tomorrow.
с) I prеdiсt a viсtory for our tеam.
....win.
I think
d) Тomorrow l,ll bе absеnt, Mrs Jones.
I ................
.......herе tomorrощ Mrs Jones.
painting
е) Теrry intеnds to finish
thе kitсhen this еvеning.
painting thе kitсhеn this еvеning.
Теrry .........
f) Мееt mе outsidе thе station at 5.30.
I ................
.......outsidethе stationat 5.30.
g) What,s our arrangеmеnt for lunсh?
Whеrе
.... for lunсh?
h) Еvеryonе еxpeсts lots of tourism in this сountry nеxt summеr'
Еvеryone thinks a laтge number of tourists
.... this
сountry nеxt summеr.
4
Underlinе the sentenсeswhiсh are inсorreсt. Rewrite them. |f the sentenсe is
сorreсt, put a tiсk (/).
a) I go swimming nеxt Saturday. Would }zoulikе to сome?
..I!.ш..q.a.|!ш..t.w.tшшцnа..у.trхt..S.цt.*rdдY,..W.a.цld.
..........Ф.....Ф
Ф....tl..ltr.r......!
b) What aIе you going to disсuss at thе nеxt mееting?
c) Thе boat is turning over! I think it will sink!
d) Suе is going to lеnd mе hеr rollеr-skatеs.
е) The wеathеr foreсast says it,s dеfinitеly sunny tomorrow.
Г) Thеrе is a lot to do. Is anyonе gоing to hеlp you?
s) Sorry, I,m not sееingyou tomorlow. I havе to go to London.
h) Byе for now. I sее you latеr this еvеning.
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5
F UтURE
l
Rеwrite eaсh sentenсe so that it сontains will or going to.
a) I plan to study еnginееring in Franсе.
...|.ш.go.|rg..t.q.,'|t*.dу..gш.irep-riш...цrу..f'rл.4&9'.
b) I,vе arrangеd a pafiУ for nеxt Friday.
с) Wе,vе got an appointmеnt at thе doсtor,s, so wе сan,t сomе.
d) Kеlly is likеly to gеt thе iob.
е) Martin,s wifе is prеgnant again.
0 Sarah doеsn,t plan to gеt marriеd yеt.
g) Thеrе,sa possibility of snow tomorrow.
h) I prеdiсt a sсorе of З_0.
ls
UN , тЕ D
( o v Е( l
ё
ме)..
ooo
oo
оo.
r'o
" cо6ё
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lir:l:tli
Exptanations
t ut u r e сont i n u o u s
r
Form
Thе futurе сontinuous is formеd with will + bе + thе -iпg form of thе vеrb.
This time tomorrowI,Il be еаting lunсh on thеplапe,
r
Меaning
Thе futurе сontinuous is usеd whеn wе imaginе an aсtivity in progrеssin thе
futurе.
Wе oftеn usе it whеn Wе сomparе what wе arе doing now with what wе will
bе doing in thе futurе. Тhеrе is nеarly always a timе еxpгеssion.
Wherеwill уou be liviпg iп five уeаrs,time?
Wе also usе thе futurе сontinuous to say that somеthing will dеfinitеly
happеn.
Wz,II bе holdiпg а mееtiпgSooп,So wе саn deсidetheп.
Futurepеrfeсt
r
Form
Thе futurе pеrfесt is formеd with will + hаvе + thе past paгtiсiplе.
Bу thе time wе gеt to thе сiпemа,thе film ulill hаve begun.
r
Mеaning
Wе usе thе futurе pеrfесt to look baсk from onе point in thе futurе to an
еarliеr еvеnt. Wе oftеn lsе bу ot bу thе timеwith thе futurе pеrfесt.
Bу neхt wеekI,П hаve сollесted over7000 еurosfor сhаritу.
Thе situation has not happеnеd yеt, but at a сеrtain timе in thе futurе it will
happеn.
P r е se nt si mpl е
r
Wе oftеn usе thе prеsеnt simplе to talk about еvеnts in thе futurе basеd on a
fixеd timеtablе, programmе or сalеndar.
|im,splапe leауesаt 12.00.
Оur heаd tеасhеrretires пехt yeаr.
r
Wе usе thе prеsеnt simplе to rеfеr to thе futurе aftеr thеsе words: wheп,аftеr,
before,uпIеss,in саsе,aS Soonаs, uпtil, bу the timе, the пeхt timе.
When I sее her аgаiп,I,П tеIIhеr уour nеws.
Let,sruп homеbefore it rаiпs'
Tаkeап umbrellа,in саse it rаins.
Аs soon аS we,re reаdу, wе,llphoпeуou.
Pleаsewаit hеreuntil Mrs llсlll сomes bсtсk.
Wе сan also usе thе prеsеntpеrfесtwith thеsеwords to еmphasizеthat an
aсtion is сomplеtе.
Hапd iп уourpаpеr as soon аS уou hаve flnishеd,
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tunсtions using wil/
and sholl
Whеn Wе say that a vеrb form has a ,funсtion,, Wе mеan that Wе usе it for a
purpose likе ,pтomising, or ,suggеsting,rathеr than to rеfer to timе. Мany usеs
of will and shаll arе moIе еasily dеsсribеdin this way.
r
Promisе
I,ll try аs hаrd аs I сап.
r
Thrеat
Stop doing thаt, or I,II tell mу dаd.
r
Dесision madе at thе momеnt of spеaking.
А: ,Whiсh oпe do you wапt?,
(in a shop)
B.. ,I,IItаke the blue silk one.,
r
offет
I,lI give you а Iift in my cаr.
WilI уou hаvе some more сoffee?
Shall I opeп the door for you?
Rеquеst
WilI you саrry this bаg for me?
Suggеstion
Shаll lуe plау tenпis?
Parting remark
I,lI see уou tomorrow'
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L A NGU A GЕ
P RA с т l с E
Undеrlinethе сorrесtword or phrasein eaсh sentenсe.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
2
This timе nеxt wееk Billy will lie/wj]]!еЦiд8 on thе bеaсh.
Plеasеstay in your sеatsuntil thе bd,| riпgs/willring.
Wе,IIhауe moved/We,llbe moviпgto our nеw housе on Tuеsday.
What timе doеsуour trаin leаve/willуour trаiп leаve?
Don,t forgеt to turn off thе lights bеfore you,releаviпg/youlеаve'
Whеrе will уou work/willуou bе workiпgin tеn yеars, timе?
Wait for mе. I,lI be/I,Пhаve beenrеady in a momеnt.
John woп,tstop/won,thаvestoppedtalking all thе timеl
Completeeaсh part sеntenсе(a-h) with one of the part sentenсes(1-8). Morе
than one answеr may be possible.
a) As soon as I hеar from Sharon, ...5...
b) By thе timе Мary arrivеs
с) Plеasеtakе a sеat...........
d) This timе nеxt wееk ...........
е) Thе nеxt timе you sееmе ...........
f) Wе'll havе timе to havе somе lunсh
1
Z
З
4
5
6
3
until thе dеntist is rеady.
the matсh will bе ovеr.
l,ll havе had my hair сut and you won,t rесognizе mе.
bеforе thе train leavеs.
l,ll ask hеr to phonе you.
wе,ll bе еnjoying oursеlvеson hоliday.
Undеrlinethe inappropriateverb forms and write thе сorrесtform in the spaсe.
lf the sentenсeis сorrесt put a tiсk (/).
a) By thе timе thе poliсе gеt hеrе, thе burglars will havе
vanishеd.
hl
Whеn you,ll grow oldеr, you,ll сhangе your mind about
this.
Thе bus lеavеsat 1.00,so wе,ll lеavе thе housе at 11.30.
d) I won,t lеavе until you will givе mе thе monеy.
fl
As soon as thе taxi will arrivе, I,ll bе lеtting you know.
Will yоu havе bееn using thе vidеo nеxt lеsson?
o\ By thе timе wе gеt to Hеlеn,s housе, shе,ll lеavе.
ь/
h) .Do you Want mе to сarry this?, ,No that,s all right, I,m
doing it.'
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2
Rewrite eaсh sentenсe so that it сontains will/shollor going tq and thе verb
underlined.
а) How оlavins tеnnis?
shлu we plаv tenлls?
r r .4 r t...4 .... . . . . .
b) I,vе dесidеd to stud}zArabiс in Сairo.
с) I promisе to bе homе by midnight.
d) I hopе to mееt you later.
e) I,d likе you to p to thе shops for mе.
0 Wе promisе not to makе too muсh noisе.
g) Would you likе mе to help you with thosе bags?
h) Wе сould сomе baсk latеr if you likе.
5
Completе the seсond sentenсeso that it has a simi]armеaningto the first
sentenсe.
a) Thе work won,t takе us longеr than an hour.
w" .!Ц..hдu.'еrtn,'h9n'.
.......
thеworkin anhour.
b) I promisе to phonе you bеforе our nеxt mееting.
you.
..........
BеforеWе .............
с) Would you likе mе to сhесk thе spеlling for you?
foт you?
Shall ..........
d) Shеila rеfusеsto lеt mе sharе hеr book.
....book.
Shеila Won,t
е) How about having a gamе of сhеss?
a gamеof сhеss?
Shall ..........
f) Plеasе stay hеrе until I сomе baсk.
сomе baсk.
Plеasеdon,t .........
g) Aftеr thе lеsson wе,ll meеt and play tеnnis.
Whеn
....we,ll mееt and plаy tеnnis.
h) What job will you havе in twеnty years,timе?
What will
.... in twеnty yеars, timе?
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Underlinethe сorrесtword or phrasеin eaсh sentеnсе.
Whеn I was a сhi|d I usеd to ride/Iwаs riding a triсyсlе.
That looks vеry hеaly. Will l/Shаll I hеlp you?
I'm waiting for Suе. Hаve уou sееnher/Didуou sеeher?
How |ong аre уou working/havеуou bееnworkiпg herе?
I сan,t сomе out beсausеI hауеп,tf\nished/Ididn,t finish my homеwork yеt.
Whеn thе phonе rang I wаshеd/Iwаs wаshiпgmy hair in thе bathroom.
Why do you stаrе/аreyou stаringat mе likе that?
I'vе finishеd my еxams so I,m hаviпg/Ihауe a party tomoшow.
Wе,d bеttеr wait hеrе until thе raiл stops/willstop.
i) Whеn did уou lаstgo/hаvеуou lаst bеento thе сinеma?
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
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Put eaсh verb in braсkеtsinto the prеsentsimple or сontinuous,or the past
simpleor сontinuous.
a)
,What(youdo) ..'.d.q...у.q.*,.dg..............,....
?, ,I,man еnginееr.,
b) тhе door Was opеn so thе dog (run)
....into thе
living room.
с) Whеn wе arrivеdhomе Jan (sit) ............
d) Сan you hеlp mе? I (not undеrstand)
е) At thе bеginning of thе film I (realize)..''.'.......
оutsidе thе door.
.'.. Spanish.
I,d sееn it
bеforе.
f) I,m sorry,I саn't talk long. I (study)
....for an
еxamination.
g) At thе momеnt of thе еarthquakеPat (rеad)
h) I,ll phonе you as soon as I (know)
D I (stay)
.What (you do)
i)
3
....thе rеsults.
....at thе Hotеl Тirol. Why don,t you сall rnе?
,|
....whеn you saw thе snakе?' raл\.,
For еaсh quеstion,сompIetеthe sесond sentеnсеso that it means the same as
the first, using no morе than three words.
a) Stеvеlеft bеforеmу aтrival.
a|readуlеft.
Whеn|,,.4r r|,Y
d'.' 5t эu*..hд,d...
b) Do you nееd any hеlp with your suitсasе?
you with your suitсasе?
Shall ..........
с) What,s your usual timе of arrival at sсhool?
....arrivе at sсhool?
Whеn
d) Aliсе startеd playing tеnnis six months ago.
tеnnis for six months.
Aliсе ..........
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.... in bеd.
GRAмlvlAR
1 o ( o N s o L l DA тo N
l
е) I,ll wait hеrе until it stops raining.
Whеn it stops raining
f)
....lеavе.
In thе middlе of my rnеal, thе phonе rang'
Whilе I .................
......my mеal thе phonе rang.
Jaсk has сomе to stay for thе wееkеnd.
with mе for thе wееkеnd.
Jaсk ...........
h) I last saw David in 1990.
......David sinсе 1990.
I ......'..........
Arе you frее tomorrow еvеning?
Arе ............
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anything tomorrow еvеning?
Dесidеwhiсh answer (A, B, с or D) bеst fits the spaсe.
Mаriсl,shomесomiпg
Whеn thе bus (1) .....Q....
in a small squarе'Мaria (2) ...........
hеr magazinеand
,Тhis
didn't rеalizеthat shе (З) ...........
at hеr dеstination.
is SantaTеrеsa,,
Martin said. .(4)
on. (6)
homе! I supposеyоur сousin (5) ...........
for us. Сomе
,All
thе bags.'Maria thought,
thosеyеarswhеn I (7) ...........
in
Nеw York, I (8) ...........
of this momеnt. And now it,s rеal, I сan,t bеliеvе it! Hеrе
I am, (9)
in thе squarе,.SantaTеrеsawas Мaria,sbirthplaсе,but shе
(10) ...'.......
thе town at thе agе of six. Shе had somе mеmoriеsof thе town, and
somе photos,but (11)
hеrе still? Shе (12)
. Nobody (1З)...........
in thе squarе.Pеrhapshеr сousin Pablo (14)
Мaria,slеttеr..What
(15)...........
now?, askеdМartin. .Thеrеisn,t еvеn a hotеl hеrеl,
1) A has stoppеd
B stops
С stoppеd
D was stoppеd
2) A was rеading
B rеad
С had rеad
D usеd to rеad
З) A arrivеd
B arrivеs
С has arrivеd
D had arrivеd
4) A Yоu arrivе
B You,rе arriving
С You,vе bееn arriving D You'vе arrivеd
5) A waits
B will bе waiting
С has waitеd
D is going to wait
6) A I'll сarry
B I сarгy
С I,vе сarriеd
D I сarriеd
7) A livе
B havе livеd
С was living
D am living
8) A drеarn
B am drеaming
C usеd to drеam
D will drеam
9 ) A I rе a l l y s t a n d
D I,m rеally standing
11) A will shе bеlong
B I was rеally standing С I had rеally stood
B had lеft
С usеd to lеavе
B did shе bеlong
С has shе bеlongеd
12) A wasn't knowing
B hasn't known
С hadn't known
D didn't know
13) A was waiting
B is waiting
С waits
D waitеd
14) A wasn,t rесеiving
B didn't usе to rесеivе С hadn't rесеivеd
10) A was lеaving
15) A arе wе going to do B havе wе donе
С did wе do
D has lеft
D doеs shе bеlong
D hasn,t rесеivеd
D arе wе doing
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l N тЕ R M Е D l AтЕ
tA NGU A GЕ
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PRA с т l с Е
Put a suitab!еtimе word or expressionin еaсh spaсe.Еaсh spaсe is for one word.
I lеavе for thе airport.Sorry I havеn,tbееn in
Just a quiсk notе ral ..h.pf.!.r.p.......
touсh (b) .............'.......
Wеdnеsday,but I,vеbееn busy gеttingready
(с,).........'....
, and I havеn,tсollесtеdmy tiсkеt
(d) .....................
from thе travеlagеnсy.(е)..............
... I gеt to Sydnеy, l'1l writе you a lеttеr. I,vе (f)
.. bееn to
Australiabеforеbut I,vеbееn rеadinga lot about it (g).......'...'.........
. It sounds
grеatlI,ll bе in Sydnеy (h) ..........
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thе еnd of nеxt wееk, and thеn I,m
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Look сarefully at еaсh l]nе. Some linеs arе сorreсt but some havе a word whiсh
should not bе therе. Tiсk (/) eaсh сorrесt Iinе. lf a line has a word whiсh should
not be therе, writе thе word in thе spaсe.
Dеar Еmma,
I,m sorry I har,еn,tbееn writtеn to you latеly, but I,vе
bееn working hard. Whеn I rесеivеdyour last lеttеr
I was aсting in a play at sсhool, and whеn
I havе finishеd that, I Went on holiday with somе friеnds.
I mеant to Sеnd you a postсard,but I had forgot to takе
Z
3
+
5
your addrеsswith mе. How arе you gеtting on at
сo1lеgе?You didn,t say vеry muсh about this in
6
your lеttеr.I hopе you arе still likе it, and don,t
bееn work all thе timеI Do you still Want to сolrrе
8
and will stay for a fеw days? I,m starting work in
London aftеr I shall lеavе sсhool in July, and I want
to sее you bеforе thеn. I havе know you,rе busy,
but by thе timе your tеrm finishеs, I,ll havе
startеdmy job. I,vе bееn donе so many things
7
9
10
11
7Z
13
'1.4
latеly! I,vе just lеarnеd to drivе and my parеnts
havе sometimes ]еnd mе thеir сar, so I oftеn go out
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with friеnds.Мaybе I,l1bе drivе to Nottingham and
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Sееyou onе day.
Bеst wishеs,Luisa
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beet+
GRA ]vtп nA R 1o сo Nso tlD A тlo N
7
d.
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Underlinеthe errors in thesе sеntenсes.Correсt the error.
a) By thе timе I got to thе phonе it stoppеd ringing.
in
p.
.
..r.iш,iry'''''.
.l.t
.....it'',hд.d.'
BBs.d'
b) I,m not vеry good at this gamе. Yоu sее,I didn,t play it bеforе.
с) Whеn has Pеtе writtеn to you last?
to
ъ
d) What do you do at wееkеnds?Arе you еvеI going to thе сinеma?
е) Whеn I was on holiday last summеr I was going to thе bеaсh еvеry day.
fl Juliе сan,t meеt you tomorrow. Shе will play baskеtball.
I
td
g) You,rе always latеI I,m waiting hеrе for agеs!
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ln еveryday spokеn Еnglish,we often leavе out the sub|eсtpronoun and auxiliary.
,Likeitu,.RеWritееaсh sentеnсe so that
lnstead of saying, ,Do уou like it?, we saу,
the vеrb underlinedhas a subjесtpronoun.
a) Finishеd yеt? Wе,rе all waiting!
g*.rt*hed Yet?
.''l!.qу.,,''Y
b) Byе for now! Sее you tomorrowl
с) Good holiday? Had a niсе timе?
d) Paul,s a bit diffiсult. Know what I mеan?
е) Hi, Tim. Comins out for a drink latеr?
f) Bееn waiting long? Sorry for thе delay.
Problem
сheсk
Cheсk the diffеrеnсebеtweеnthe prеsentsimple and prеsеntсontinuousin
Grammar 3. How сan you show this differеnсein your language?
Does your languagehave a tense with the samе form as thе presеntperfeсt?ls it
used in the same way? Can you show the diffеrеnсein your languagеbetwеen
thе present perfeсt and past simple?
Do you have a future tеnsе in your language?Does it еxprеssall the meaningsof
will, going fo and thе presеnt сontinuous?
Explanations
Rеportеd spеесh
Wе oftеn tеll pеoplе what othеr pеoplе havе said. Тhis is сallеd rеportеd or
indirесt spеесh. Wе rarеly lеport thе еxaсt words, usually wе just givе a gеnеral
summary.
Sandra spеaking to Pеtra: ,Bуe, Pеtrа, it,s bеeп grеаt seeing you аgаiп. I,II саll уou
sometimе neхt weеk when I get a сhаt1се.,
Pеtra rеporting thе сonvеrsation to Robеrta:,I Sаw Sапdrа уesterdау.She sаid
she,d саll mе пeхt week.
Wе usually сhangе tеnsеs (will ) would in thе еxamplе abovе) and also othеr
rеfеrеnсеs likе pеoplе, plaсеs and timеs (you ) me in thе еxamplе abovе).
Тensе сhanges
Statеmеnts arе usually rеportеd with a past tеnsе vеrb (likе sаid) and an
.movеs baсk, in time. This
optional thаt.Тhе form of thе vеrb that follows thеn
is somеtimеs сallеd baсkshift.
Prеsеnt simplе to past simplе
,I пeed some help',
She sаid (thаt)she needed somеhelp'
tn
PrеSеntсontinuous to
past сontinuous
,We аre hаviпg our lunсh.,
Shesаid thаt thеуwere hаviпg thеirluпсh'
Prеsеnt pеrfесt to past pеrfесt
,I,vеlost mу keуs.,
He sаid (thаt)hе hаd lost his kеys.
Past simplе to past pеrfeсt
(or stays thе samе)
,I wrote two leffersto hеr.'
He sаid (thаD he hаd written two lеttersto her.
He sаid (thаt) hе wrote two lettersto her'
be goiпg to to wаS going to
,Thеyаre going to сomebасk.,
Shе sаid (thаt)theуwerе goiпg to сomebасk.
will to wоuld
сап to сould
,I will be homeаt 6'00,,
Shе sаid (thаDshе tllould bе homеаt 6.00.
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Thеrе is no сhangе for must, might,сould,should,would.
,I must leаvе strаightаwау Brussеls.,
for
Hе sаid he must leаve strаightаwауfor Brussels.
But in thе сasеof mustWе сan also usе hаd to.
He sаid he hаd to lеаve strаightаwауfor Brussels.
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Notе that if thе aсtual words wеrе in thе past simplе, thе rеport сan сhangе
or stay thе samе.
r
Notе that if wе writе down thе aсtual words that somеonе SaysWе uSе
spеесh marks (invеrtеd сommas). But if wе writе down a rеport of thе words
thеrе arе no spеесhmarks.
G R A п nм A R
No tensе сhanges
R ЕP o R тЕD
s PЕ E сH
1
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If thе rеport is about somеthing whiсh is alwаys truе, it is not nесеssaryto
сhangе tеnsеs.
,I like аpples more thаn I like orаnges.,
She sаid thаt shе likes аpplesmore thаn she likes orangеS.
But in сasеslikе this it is still possiblе to сhangе tеnsеs if you Want to.
r
гal
l1
If thе rеport is abоut somеthing that has immеdiatе rеlеvanсе,wе usually do
not сhangе tеnsеs.
,I,m goiпg to the сinemа toпфt' Do
Jaсk spеaking to Tеd:
уou waпt to сome?,
,|асk
Tеd rеpoгting thе сonvеrsation to Pеtеr:
is oп thephoпe.He sаys he,s
goiпg to the сinema tonight.,
Speakersin
reportеd speесh
Whеn wе writе down thе aсtual woтds, thе spеakеrсan bе mеntionеd at thе
bеginning or еnd of thе sеntеnсе.Notiсе thе position of thе сomma and thе
final full stop in rеlation to thе spеесh marks.
,We,rеgoing to miss the trаiп.,
|асk sаid,
.Wе,regoiпg to miss the trаiп,,sаid
|аck'
But in rеportеd spеесh thе spеakеris only mеntionеd at thе bеginning of thе
sеntеnсе.
|асk sаid (thаt) theу werеgoing to miss thе trаin.
Peoplе, plaсеs,
In rеportеd spеесh rеfеrеnсеsto pеoplе, plaсеs and timеs oftеn сhangе, bесausе
thе point of viеw сhangеs.
,I,IIsee
уou herc tomorrow,, sаid Sue.
Suesаid (thаt)she would Seemе there the пeхt dау.
,I boughtthis book
уesterdау,, sаid Mаrtiп'
Mаrtiп sаid (thаt) he hаd boughtthe book the dау before.
Шs
times
Summarizing
Wе usually just summarizе what pеoplе say when wе make rеports.
,Look,аctuаIly,tell him I,Il give him а саIl or
emаil him nехt weеk,ОK?,
Rеportеd as:.Shеsаid (thаt)she,d gеt in touсhпeхt wеek,
If we rеport thе еxaсt words it is сallеd vеrbatim rеporting.
soу, tell, spеаk
We sау somеthing and wе fel/ somеbodу.Sау and teIIсaп bе fol]owеd by thе
optiona| thаt.
,It,s-wаrmtodаy,,she sаid.
Shesаid (thаI it wаS wаrm.
She told me (thаt) it wаs wаrm.
Wе сan usе fo aftеr say,but wе nеvеr usе ro aftel tеll.
,I сomе
from Sloveпiа,
Shesоid to me (thаt)she сomesfrom Sloveniа'
She told me (thаt) she сomesfтom Sloveniа.
Speаk describеs thе aсt of talking.
Simon spoke to me iп the supermаrketуesterdау.
f,s
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lNт ERMEDlAт Е
L A NGU A GE
PRA (т IC Е
ls
Underlinethe errors in thesе sеntenсes.Rewritеeaсh sentеnсe.
a) Sally told that shе,d lost hеr kеys.
....5в.l,[у,'l.ъid..thл.t...':h*:.d...Lp.l't..h*r.'kу.{.
b) Сhris said mе that hе must lеavе еarly.
с) Мaria and Тоny said thеy shall sее us tomorrow.
d) Tom said, I,m сoming to your party.
е) Suе said that shе had Wrotе a lеttеr to Lisa.
f) Stеvе said us that hе was arriving at 8.00.
g) .I had bought a nеW bikе Pam told us.,
h) ,What,s thе mattеr? Еllеn told.
2
Rewrite eaсh sеntenсe in dirесt spеeсh, ending as shown.
a) Anna told us that shе,d finishеd.
,...I.Y9,JIш.I!!9I...'.........
тl l a . | I
.'.'',,,,Annatold us.
b) Simon saidthat hе would bе baсk at 6.00.
'Simo n said.
с) Bеth said shе was going to go shopping.
, said Bеth.
d) Paul said that hе wantеd to makе a phonе сall.
' said Paul.
е) Tina told thе tеaсhеr shе,d forgottеn hеr homеwork.
,Тina told thе tеaсhет.
f) David said hе had to bе baсk by З.З0.
' David said.
8) Jan told mе shе would lеt mе know.
,....'........... ..
,, Jan told mе.
h) Bill said hе was going to bе latе.
'Bill said.
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G R A м l ul A R
3
l1
R EP o R тED
l
5 PE E сt |
Matсh eaсh sеntenсe in direсt speесh (a-e) with its summarized version in
reported speeсh (1_5).
a) ,Look, sorry about this, but I,m afraid I,m going to bе a bit latе.,.'..3.....
b) .Aсtually I,vе no idеa at all whете I am!' ...........
с) .Thе thing is, I know it,s silly but I,vе missеd thе bus.,
d) .Anyway, I,ll bе baсk in nеxt to no timе.,
е) ,I did ring, you knoщ еarliеr in thе еvеning.,
1
2
З
4
5
4
Shе said shе would bе baсk soon.
Shе said shе had missеd thе bus.
Shе said shе was going to bе latе.
Shе said shе had alrеady rung.
Shе said shе didn,t know whеrе shе was.
Complete eaсh sentenсe,using soу tell or spеokin an appropriate form.
.
tl
mе that hе was playing in thе sсhoolbaskеtballtеam.
a) Daniеl ''.t!.t1.'.,..
to Hеlеn, and shе
shе would phonе you.
b) I ................
.I
,You,rе
you that you would win!,
Stеvе.
с)
luсky,,
thе Prеsidеntwhat evеryonеWas................
.
d) A translator................
.why
.Look,,
hеr,
don,t you
mе what you mеan?,
е)
I ................
my tеaсherthat I ................
Chinеsе,but shе didn,t bеliеvеmе.
f) I ................
5
Rewritеeaсh sentеnсein reportedspеесh,beginningas shown.
a) .I won,t bе thеrе bесausеI,m having a pattу,, said Luсy.
...?!..PLw,
b) .I,vеlost thе map and I don,t know thе way,, said Jaсk.
Taсktold mе that hе ..............
с) .Whеn I finish thе book, I,m going to watсh tеlеvision,, said Jеssiсa.
Jеssiсasaid that whеn .........
d) .I,m doing somе homеwork but I won,t bе long,, said Мikе.
Мikе said that hе
е) .I got up latе and I missеd thе bus,, said Riсhard.
Riсhard said that hе
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Explanations
R e por t i ng
que st i ons
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Wе сan rеpolt quеstions with vеrbs likе сsk, woпder aпd wапt to kпow. Тense
сhangе rulеs arе thе samе as in Grammar 11.
,WTlere do
уou live?, hе оskеd.
He аsked mе whеre I lived,
,Do you live iп Аthеns?, he аskеd.
(NОТ lv,hеrеI did lil'е\
Hе wаnted to know if I livеd iп Аthепs.
(NoT ffaд"1
Look at morе еxamp|еs of ,Wh- quеstions, (using wheп, whаt, whу, how etс).
Study thе tеnsе сhangеs and word ordеr сarеfully. Notiсе that thе word ordеr
in a rеportеd quеstion is likе a norrnal statеmеnt, with thе subjесt beforе thе
vеrb.
,Whеre is the bus
stаtion?, shе аskеd,
(NoТ жiвя)
Shе сlskedwhere thе bus stсltioп wаs.
,Whаt are
doiпg?,
hе
аsked.
уou
Hе wаntеd to know whаt I wоs doing.
,Whу did
уou go thеre?, shе сlskеd.
She woпderеd whу I hаd goпe there.
,Whеre hаve
уou сome from?, hе аskеd'
Hе сlskеdmе whеre I hсld сome from.
Look at morе ехamplеs of Уes,z}/o
quеstions (Do уou, Did you, Аrе уou etс').
Whеn и'е Iеport YеsAio quеstions Wе usе if ot whethеr.
,Doеs tltе Loltdott
trоitl stop l.Lеrе?,shе сlskеd.
Sltе сlskесllttе if tltе Lottdott traiп Stoppеd hеre.
,Did
уott spесlk to RосllеI?, hе сlskеd,
Hе ll,сtlltесltо kt-totу'whethеrI hаd spoken to RсlсhеI.
,Аrе
уou сt sttLdеllt?,sJtе аskеd.
Shе сtskеdtпе if I wсIS а student.
Reporting
сommands and
requests
Commands arе rеpоrtеd with tell and thе infinitivе.
,Wаit! Wаit!,
I told him to wаit.
Rеquеsts arе rеportеd with сsk and thе infinitivе.
,Pleаsе wсtit!,
I аsked hеr to wаit.
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GRA м I uA R
Other reporting
vеrbs
agrеe
аpologizefor
аsk
сoпуаtulаte on
deсide
tu)
REP o RтED
sPE Е сн
2
Grammar 11 usеd sаy as t}rerеporting vеrb, but thеrе arе many othегs. Hеrе
arе somе of thе most сommon:
аdvise
).
dет
]hе
l2
dеnу
iпуite
offer
promise
refuse
remind
suggest
.I wouldп,t buy thаt саr,
|аnos, if I wereуou',
I аdvised |апos not to buу thе cаr.
,oK, I1I givе you а lift,, sаid
|eппу.
|eпny аgreed to give hеr а lift.
,Yes,
|iП, I thiпk уou,rеright,, sаid Mike.
Мike ауeed with |ill'
,I,m reаIIуsorry
for being so lаte,, sаid Маriа.
Mаriа оpologized for being lаte.
,Do
уou think уou сould help mq Sue?,
I аskеd Suе to help me.
,WеIIdoпe, Tiпа, you,vepаssеd the eхаm!,
I coпуаtulаted Tinа on pаssiпgher eхаm.
,I,IIhауe the
ftsh SouP/PleаSе,,sаid B\II.
Bill decided to hаve the fish soup.
,No, I didn,t tаke it! I wаsn,teveпthere!,sаid Аliсe.
Аliсe denied tаking it.
,Would
уou like to comе to the сinemа on Sаturdаy,Pаm?,
I inуited Pаm to the ciпemа on Sаturdау.
,ShаIII саrry
уour саse,Dawп?, sаid Peter.
Peter offered to саrry Dаwn,S саse.
.I,IIdefinitelybe homebу еight,,sаid Aпn.
Aпп promised to be homеbу еight.
,No, I woп,t openthe door!,sаid Саrol.
Саrol refused to opeп the door.
,Doп,t
forgetto sепd уour mothеrа birthdау cаrd, foe.,
I remiпded |oe to seпd his mother а birthdаy cоrd'
,How аbout spendiпgthe dау аt the beасh?,sаid Саrlos'
Саrlos suggested spendiпgthe dаy аt the beасh.
Rеporting vеrbs сan havе onе or morе diffеrеnt pattеrns.A good diсtionary
shows this information. Study thе еxamplе sеntеnсеsin thе prеvious sесtion
in rеlation to the pattеrns bеlow.
Vеrb + fo infinitivе:
Vеrb + obiесt + to infinitivе:
Vеrb + -ing forr.n:
Vеrb + prеposition + -iпg fotm:.
аgree,decide,offer,promise, rфse
аdvisе, аsk, iпvite, rеmind
deпy,suggest
аpologizеfor, сongrаtulаteoп
INт ERM EDlAтE
L A NGU A GE
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Put one suitableword in eaсhspaсe.
goingto sсhoolor not.
...'w.4{...'.......
a) Fionaaskеdmе ,.'w,he.,tkr...I
.. shе .........
b) David askеdhis mothеr
с) Pеtеraskеdus
d) Сostasaskеdmе
.. Wе ..........
еvеr bееn to Hungary.
many photographs.
.. I .....................
е) Мaria askеda poliсеman
f) Dora askеdhеr sistеr.........
2
bе сoming homе.
.. thе musеum Was.
fеd thеir dog.
shе .....................
Complete eaсh questionin direсt spеeсh,еnding as shown.
a) Jaсk askеd mе whеthеr I was having lunсh or going out.
hдuъуaL!,Lwah,'!r.g!.ku.vL1.цt'.. ?,Jaсkaskеdmе.
'...Аr.e.у'Q.ol
b) Сarol askеd Ann what shе had donе thе day bеforе.
Ann?, askеdСаrol.
с) John askеd us if wе oftеn wеnt sailing.
?,John askеdus.
d) Сhristinе askеd mе how many Gеrman books I had rеad.
?, Сhristinе askеdmе.
е) Kеvin askеd Suе if shе was going to сhangе sсhools.
Suе?, askеd Kеvin.
f) Aliсе askеd mе who I Sat nеxt to in сlass.
?,Aliсе askedmе.
3
Rewriteeaсh sentenсein reportedspeесh,beginning as shown. Do not сhange
the mеaning.
a) ,Arе you staying hеre all summеr?, thе littlе girl askеd mе.
b)
Тhеlittlеgirlaskеd pf/.w'hp.thp.r.I..Nrl't..ttqfll...thp.rp..qI[!..lшууу.ууу
-"
.What doеs ,proсrastinatе,
mеan?, I askеd my tеaсhеr.
I askеd my tеaсhеr
с) ,Havе you donе your homеwork, or not?, my mothеr askеd mе.
Мy mothег askеd mе
d) ,Whеn is your birthday?,I askеdSuе.
I askеdSuе .. ..........
е) .Did you rеmеmbеr to loсk thе door,, my father askеd mе.
Мy fathеr askеd mе
fl ,Why havе you turned off thе tеlеvision?, Еllеn askеd mе.
Еllеn askеdmе ............
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Use a verb from thе box to rewrite eaсh sentеnсе in reported speесh, beginning
as shown. Do not сhangе the mеaning.
a) ,I,ll dеfinitеly bе at your housе bеforе 8.00, Suе,,said Мikе.
pd.. s""'hn,.'
у.lpшLd.,
|vIike
.b'
r,.'аt'.h,er.'
.'РГ0.|!*k
14о
Дse..b
b) .Would you likе to сomе to thе сinema, Jean?,askеd Chris.
Сhris .........
с) ,I wouldn,t eat too muсh if I wеrе you, Davе,, said Patsy.
Patsy .........
d) ,How about going for a walk?, said Niсk.
Niсk ..........
е) ,I,m tеrribly sorry for brеaking thе window,, said Carol.
Carol .........
,Shall I do thе washing.up?, said Bill.
BiП ............
,Wеll donе, you,vе passеdyour driving tеst,,said Tina,s mothеr.
8)
Tina,smothеr
hеr ............
.No,
h)
I won,t opеn my mouth!, said Pat.
Pat
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Explanations
Сondi t i on s an d
r
rе5u lts
Sеntеnсеs with f arе сallеd сonditionals. Thе ff... сlausе is thе сondition
and thе othеr part of thе sеntеnсе is thе rеsult. Hеrе arе four еxamplеs of
сonditionals, usеd for talking about сhесking in at thе airport for a flight:
1' If уou аrrive еаrlу, уou get а bеttеr sеоt.
2 If уou аrrive еаrlу, уou,Il get а better seаt.
З If уou аrrivеd еоrly, уou,d get а bеttеr sеаt'
4 If уou hсld аrrived eаrly, you,d hоve got а bettеr sеаt.
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Sеntеnсе 1 is talking gеnеrally about somеthing that is always truе. It is
sоmеtimеs сallеd a Ze|o сonditional.
Sеntеnсе 2 is talking about somеthing that is likеly to happеn in thе futurе.
It is somеtimеs сallеd thе first сonditional.
Sеntеnсе 3 is talking about somеthing that is unlikеly to happеn in thе
futurе, or an imaginary situation. It is somеtimеs сallеd thе sесond
сonditional.
Sеntеnсе 4 is talking about somеthing that is imaginary in thе past. It is
somеtimеs сallеd thе third сonditional.
Z e r o сon di t i o n a l :
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Zero, first and sесond сondltionals arе сovеrеd in this unit. Thе third
сonditional is сovеrеd in Grammar 1,1.
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This typе of sеntеnсе dеsсribеs things that aIе always or gеnеrally truе. Wе
сan usе wheп or if to introduсе thе Sеntеnсе.
It,s о tropiсаI сountrу, опd sо if it rаiпs hаrd, everуoпеstауs iпdoors.
/f + prеsent
si mpl е , . . . pr e s e n t
Wheп it rаins hаrd, еvеrуoпеStауS itldооrs.
si mpIе
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Thеrе сan bе an impеrativе Struсtulе in thе rеsult сlausе: just thе barе
infinitivе with no subjесt. An irтrpеrativеis whеn wе tеll pеoplе what to do.
Ifуou feel dizzу, stop tсlkiпg thе tаblеts'
If уou сhаnge уour miпd, give mе а riпg.
+ pr e sе nt si m p l e ,
This typе of sеntеnсе dеsсribеs futurе еvеnts that Will happеn, or arе likеly
to happеn. It is a rеal possibility in thе spеakеr,smind, not imaginary (for
... will/won't
imaginary situations Seе thе sесond сonditional).
F i r st сondi t i o n a l : /f
r
If wе wаlk so slowlу, wе,ll bе Iаtе.
If wе run, wе-won,t be lаte'
If wе doп,t run' we will be lаtе.
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Еxamplе: You arе at thе supermarketwith a friеnd. Your friеnd has put somе
еggs in abag, and is piсking up lots of othеr bags at thе samе timе. Yоu say:
If you cаtry too mапy bаgs,you,Il drop the eggs.
If you drop the eggs,they,Il breаk.
If the eggsbreаk, therеwiII be ап аwful meSSon the floor!
If you шe саreful,уou woп,t breаk them.
In the сondition сlausе it is pоssiblе to usе othеr prеsеnt tеnsеs,not just thе
plеsеnt simplе.
(prеsеntсontinuous)
If уou,re driving, I,Il сomewith уou'
(prеsеnt pеrfесt)
If I,ve seeп the film before,I,ll let уou kпow!
This typе of sеntеnсе dеsсribеsfuturе еvеnts that aте imaginary, unlikеly or
impossib1е.
If I hаd а heliсopter,kr fIу to sсhоol.
If I flew to sсhool,I wouldn,t be lаte.
Sесond
сonditionaI: lf+
past si mpl e , ...
would/wouldn't
Еxamplе: You start talking to a friеnd about aliеns. You say:
If some аIieпs lапded on eаrth, I,d mаke fтiends with thеm.
If they didn,t speаk English, I,d use sigп lапguаge.
If theу took me bасk to their plаnet, I,d leоtn their lапguаge.
If аnуoпe believed my Story,I,d beсome fаmous!
Notе that would is usually сontraсtеd in spеесh.
I,d becomefаmous. (=I would beсomefаmous.)
Notе that the past simplе is usеd in thе сondition сlausе,but thе timе
rеfеrеnсеis thе futurе.
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Thе rеgular past simplе of to be is I wаs and He/Shewаs. Wе сan usе thеsе
forms in sесond сonditionals, or altеrnatively we сan usе If I were and If
he/shewere' Тhe were form is morе formal.
If I wаs/were ап аstronаut,I,d еnioу beiпg weightless!
unlеss
Uпlessmеans If пot' Сomparе thеsе sеntеnсеswhiсh havе thе samе mеaning.
We,lIgo out for а wаlk if it doesп,t rаin.
We,lIgo out for а wаlk unless it rаiпs'
Other usesof
would
We usе would in othеr situations whiсh do not involvе сonditional sеntenсеS.
Rеporting what somеonе said:
Politе offеr:
Politе rеquеst:
Somеonе rеfusеd to do
somеthing:
He sаid hе would cаII bаck lаter,
Would уou like somemorеteа?
Would you opеn the window,plеаse?
The miпisterutouldп,t
апSwer the quеstion.
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lfi
UnderIinethе сorreсtword or phrasein eaсh sеntenсe.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
0
g)
h)
i)
j)
If we,dbе/wеlrеlatе for сlass, our tеaсhеr will be/wаsangry.
If wе wouldlive/livedon anothеr planеt, we,ll see/we,dseethe Еarth in thе sky.
If wе tсlkе/willtаke a taxi, we аrrivеd/wе,llаrrive soonеr.
If wе woп,t hurry/doп,thurry,we,Ilbe/we,dbе |atе.
If wе were/аrebirds, wе would bе аble to/аreаble to f|у'
If you doп,t weаr/wouldn,twеаr Уo1Jtpullovец уou,ll feel/youfelt сo|d'
If I studied/willstudуharder,I get/wouldgetbettermarks'
If I hаve/hаda motorbikе, I rode/I'dride it to sсhool.
If you will leпdlеnd me уollт bike, I,ll let/Ilet you borrow my skatеboard.
If I hаd/hсlvelots of monеy/ I gаve/I,dgive somе to all my friends.
Comp|etеthе sеntenсеfor еaсh situationusing the verbs given.
a) You,rе standing vеry сlosе to thе еdgе of a swimming-pool. You,rе wеaring
all your сlothеs, not a swimming сostumе. A friеnd says:
'tl
!
J2 tt
If you (fаll in) .'I.?!!!...L.k'....
39.I... учet!
, }oЦГсlothеs tgеtl .'..YY.lll.
b) You,rе sitting in thе сlassroom on a hot dаy. You,rе day-drеaming about
going to thе bеaсh. You think:
If today (bе)............,....,'..
a holiday,I (go).....'...
to thе beaсh.
с) You сan,t answеr a quеstion in your Еnglish book. You ask a friеnd to hеlp,
but shе doеsn,tknow thе answеr.Shе says:
lf I (know)
.. thе answет,I (tеll)
.. you.
d) You,rе walking towards thе bus stop with a friеnd. Suddеnly thе bus arrivеs.
Thе bus stop is far awaу,but you think thеrе is a сhanсе of сatсhing thе bus.
You say:
If wе (run)
it!
.. , W€ (сatсh)....................'
е) You,rе planning to go to thе bеaсh tomolrow with somе friеnds. You arе not
surе about thе wеathеr,bесausеit somеtimеs rains at this timе of thе yеar.
You arrangе to mееt tomoтrow aftеrnoon and say:
If it (rain)
.. , W€ (go) ...........
to thе сinеma instеad.
f) You,rе vеry busy, bесausеyou havе lots of sсhool work, and you also play in
two tеams. A friеnd asks you to ioin a сomputеr сlub. You say:
.. thе сlub.
If I (havе)
.. molе frее timе, I (join)
But it,s impossiblеat thе momеnt bесauseI,m too busy!
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1
Complete eaсh sеntеnсe using if, unlеssor would.
a) If hе askеdmе to hеlp him, I .. I|9l4,[d.......
.
b) Wе,ll havе lunсh outside in thе gатdеn,
.. it,s too сold.
с) John ..........
win moте raсеsif hе trainеd hardеr.
d) Come on! .....................
Wе hurry,wе,ll miss thе planе!
.. you likе to sее my stamp сolleсtion?
е)
0
Thе managеr won't bе long.
.. you takе a sеat,pleasе.
s) I,m surе that Conniе
.. go to thе сinеma with you, if you askеd
hеr.
h) .....................you
fееl likе a сhat,phonе mе tonight.
i) What
.. you do if you saw a snakе?
i) I don,t fееl happy
4
.. I swim еvеry day.
Complеtе eaсh sentеnсе(a_|)with an ending (1-10).
a) If you play the musiс too loud, '...t,,,.'
1 thе alarm would go off.
b) If thе North Polе mеltеd
2 |'||bttуa nеw bikе.
с) If wе don,t havе еnough iсe-сleam,
3 I,ll bе in Paris at 6.00.
d) If I found somеonе,s wallеt,
4 уotl wouldn,t sее mе any
morе!
е) If a burglaт brokе into this housе,
5 you would fееl bеttеr.
f) If my train isn,t latе,...........
6 thе watеr would flood
many сitiеs.
g) If you wеrе famous, ...........
7 l,||buу it for you.
h) If my father lеnds mе thе monеy,
8 you,ll wakе up thе
neighbours.
i) If you took morе еxеrсisе,
i) If you tеll mе what you want, ...........
9 wе,ll gеt somе morе.
10 I,d takе it to thе poliсе
station.
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Complete eaсh sеntеnсeas еither a first сonditionalor a seсondсonditionaI
sеntеnсeusing the verb in braсkets.
to
a) If I 1havе)...l"fud....'.
arms fivе mеtrеslong, I (bе ablе) ..'!d..he..4b.[9.''..,..
rеaсh thе top of that shеlf!
an aspirin,you
b) Don,t worry, you,vе just got a сold. If you (takе)................
(fееl)..........
.. bеttеr.
mеat, еvеryonе(livе)
с) Vеgеtariansbеliеvеthat if nobody (еat)................
longеr.
If I (bесomе)................
a famousroсk star,I (buy)
parеntsan еnormous housе.
е) It says .No Parking,. If you (lеavе)
(givе).........
my
...'........
thе сar hеrе, thе poliсе
...you a parkingfinе.
0 lt,s not far. If you (follow)
to thе station.
this path, you (сomе)
g) If pеoplе(usе)................
bikеsinstеadof сars,thеrе (not bе) .............
so muсh pollution.
h) Aсtually, Brutus is a vеry friеndly dog. If you (touсh)
(not bitе)
i) If you (lеavе)
him, hе
you.
............
your books on thе dеsk, I (givе).'.......
thеm baсk to you at thе еnd of thе lеsson.
a pеt tigеr,yоuт friеnds(not visit) ..........
i) If you (own)................
you!
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Еxp!anations
.. to
)u
Тhird сonditional:
/f+ past perfeсt,...
would/wouldn't+
hovе+ past
partiсiple
Modal ve r b s i n
r
This typе of sеntеnсе dеsсribеsa past еvеnt that is diffеrеnt to what rеally
happеnеd.
If уou hаd аrrived eаrliеr,we wouldп,t hаve missed the trаin.
If уou hаdn,t wаrпed mе аbout the suп, I would hаve got sunburпt.
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Еxamplе: You wеnt for a long walk, but you did not takе your umbrеlla. It
rainеd, and you got Wеt.
If I hаd tаkеn mу umbrellа,I wouldn,t hаve got wet'
If I,d heаrd the wеаtherforeсаst,I wouldn,t hаve gone out.
If I hаdn,t got|eout, I-would hаve finished my homеwork'
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Thе еxamplеs in Grammar 13 and this unit havе all lsed will/won,tot
would/wouldп,tin the rеsult сlausе. But wе сan usе any othеr modal vеrb, likе
сап, сould,mау, might,must апd should'
If уou everсomе to Istаnbul,I саn show уou аrouпdthе сity.
If уou еverсome to Istапbul,уou must phonе mе.
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Wе oftеn usе might and сould in сonditional sеntеnсеswhеn wе Want to say
that wе arе not сеrtain about thе rеsults. Comparе:
(сеrtain rеsult)
If уou саrry too maпy bаgs,уouwiII drop thе еggs.
(unсеrtain rеsult)
If уou саrry too mапy bаgs,уou might drop the eggs'
If апуoпebelieved mу Story,I would beсome fаmous! (сertain rеsult)
If аnyonebelieved mу Story,I сould beсome fаmous!
(unсеrtain rеsult)
сonditional
sеntenсes
In third сonditional sеntеnсеsWe usе сould hауe (done)ot might hоve (donе).
If I hаd brought somеmoremoneywith me,I сould hаve tаkeп а tахi.
without if
In еvеryday spеесh Wе сan lse imаginеor supposingin plaсе of if
Imаgine уou Sс|wа Snаke,whаt would уou do?
Supposiпg уou owned а heliсopter,whаt would уou use it for?
lf l werе You, ...
Wе сan givе adviсе by using a sесond сonditional sеntеnсеbеginning If I were
Сon di t i on aI s
€
re
F-_
уou.
If I were you, I,d spendmorе time oп уour writteп work'
If I were уou, I wouldп,teаt so muсh сhoсolаte!
It is also possiblе to put thе ifiсlausе at thе еnd.
I,d be more саreful, if I were уou.
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Rewriteeaсh сomment,beginning as shown. Do not сhange the meaning.
a) Supposing you had wings, what would you do?
What.....p.ц!.d''.уp,*.d.р''.'l..у.q.*''had..уl.|шl'...
.......................
?
b) Why don,t you lеavе now? That,s what I,d do.
If
с) Imaginе you livеd on Mars. Нow would you fееl?
How..........
d) I think you should buy a bikе. That,s what I,d do.
If
е) Imaginе you WеIеriсh. What would you do?
What.........
SupposingJim сamе with us, what would you say?
What.........
g) Why don,t you takе thе bus. That,s what I,d do.
If
h) Imaginе you ownеd a robot. What would you do?
What .........
2
........
?
Underlinethe сorrесtword or phrasein eaсh sentenсe.
a) If you phoпedkщЦhpng|mе yеstеrdaу,I hаd givеп/wouldLtаvезweпyou thе
nеWs.
b) If you took/t.llould
hаve tаkеп morе еxеrсisе, you mфt feel/hаd feltbetter,
с) If Tim drove/hаddriven morе сarеfully, hе wouldп,t hаve сrаshed/didп,tсrаsh.
d) If you hаd сome/cаmeto Sееthе film, уou hаd eпioуed/wouldhаve enioуedit.
e) |f I,d known/Iwould know it Wasyour birthday, I would sепd/wouldhаvе seпt
you a сard.
f) If pеoplе hаd helped/helpеd
onе anothеr morе oftеn, thе world mфt be/wаsa
bеttеr plaсе.
g) If our tеam hаd sсorеd/sсored
morе goals, we hаd woп/сouldhаvе tцoп.
h) If you would hауе worп/worea coat, уotl wouldп,tget/didп,tget wet.
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Complеte the sеntenсe for eaсh situation.
Сharlottе didn,t lеavе еarly, and so shе missеd thе bus.
IfСharlottе
.............fud.'!ef.t.'qr|у.
. , shе
.....'..W.p.*!d.wt..hдуp..шll,:Ч!''....'...''.
thеbus.
b) I didn,t buy morе milk, so I didn,t have еnough for brеakfast.
If I .............
..........
.I
'... еnough for brеakfast.
got
Wе
lost in thе mountains.
с) Wе forgot to takе a map' so
If wе ..........
.............
. Wе
....in thе mountains.
d) I didn,t go to bed еarly, so I didn,t wakе up at 7.00.
If I .............
еarlv.I
....at 7.Оo.
е) Мikе didn,t makе a shopping list, and hе forgot to buy somе сoffее.
If Mikе
.... . hе
....somе сoffее.
I didn't rеalizе you Wеrеtirеd whеn I askеd you to go for a walk.
If I .............
..........
.I
....for a walk.
Thе Romans didn,t sail aсrossthе Atlantiс. so thеv didn,t rеaсh Amеriсa.
If thе Romans.............'
.........
. thеv
....Ameriсa.
h) I didn,t turn lеft at the station, and I lost my Way.
If I .............
..........
,I
mv wav.
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Wi sh е s abou t t h е
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For wishеs about thе prеsеnt Wе usе I wish + thе past simplе. Notе thе
rеlationship with thе sесond сonditional.
pr е sе n t
I wish I owned о hеIiсoptеr'If I owпed а hеIiсoptеr,I would be hоppу.
I wish I didп,t hаvе to go to sсhool! If I didп,t go to sсhool, I would bе hаppу.
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сould
Wе usе I wish I сould to rеfеr to somеthing that is diffiсult or impossiblе. Тhis
сan rеfеr to thе prеsеnt or futurе.
I wish I сould fly!
I wish I сould stаy аt home tomorrow.
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As in thе sесond сonditional, thе past simplе form doеs not rеfеr to past
timе.
Wi sh е s abou t t h e
For wishеs about thе past wе ttsе I wish + thе past pеrfесt. Notе thе rеlationship
past
with thе third сonditional.
I tцlish I hаd lived iп the еightеепth сепturу! If I hаd livеd iп thе еightеeпth
Сепtury, I would hауе bееп hсlppу.
I wish I hаdn,t еaten So muсh! I feеl аwftll! If I hаdп,t еаteп So muсh, it
would hсlуе beеп bettеr for mе!
hope
If thе wish is a good onе/ Wе use I hopе, Тhis is not followеdtry a сonditional
form - it is simply followеd by thе prеsеnt simplе or will.
I hopе уott hаvе сtgood timе аt tllе pаrф.
I hopе tltе wеоthеr will bе |iпe tomorrow.
lf onlу
Wе сan rеplaсе I ryls/zwith If oпlу for еmphasis. Wе strеss oпly iп spеесh.
If oпlу I owпed а hеIiсoptеr,
If oпlу I hсldп,t еаteп so muсh!
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Underlinethe сorreсtword or phrasein eaсh sеntenсe.
suпbаthefor so long.
I,m sunburnt. I wish I hаdn,tsuпbаthed/didп,t
I don,t fееl wеll. I wish 1 сould stаy/stауеdat homе tomolrow.
I,m not a good swimmеr, but I wish | сould swim/wouldswim we||.
I wish I hаd/hауea puppy or a kittеn!
I wish | сould see/sаwyou tomoшoщ but it,s impossiblе.
I wish Jim didп,t sit/doesп,tsit nеxt to mе. Hе,s so annoying!
If only wе hqd/wouldhаve somе monеy wе сould takе thе bus.
I hopе уo:ueпioуed/enjoyуoшsе|vеs at thе danсе tomorrow.
D I wish I сап/сouldspеak Еnglish bеttеr!
i) I hopе I,п/I,dwin thе lottеryl
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
|pу.
2
ip
Undеrlinethе сorreсtсontinuationfor eaсh sentenсe.
a) I,vе got lots of work to do, and I'm tirеd, but I сan,t stop.
1 I wish I had takеn a rеst.
2 I wish I сould takе a rеst.
b) I wasn,t paying attеntion in сlass, and now I сan,t do my homеwork.
2 I wish I,d listеnеd to my tеaсhеr.
1 I wish I listеnеd to my tеaсhет.
с) Saтahpaintеd hеr room grееn, but shе doеsn,t likе it.
1 Shе wishеs shе,d paintеd it bluе.
2 Shе wishеs shе paintеd it bluе.
d) This is a vеry pttzzl,ingproblеm!
1 I wish I,d known thе answеr.
2 I wish I knеw thе answеr.
е) It,s rеally сold and misеrablе hеrе in thе wintеr.
1 I wish wе livеd in a warm plaсе.
2 I hоpе wе livе in a warm plaсе.
0 I сan,t rеpair my bikе bесausеI havеn,t got any tools.
1 If only I would have a sсrеwdrivеr. 2 |f only I had a sсrеwdrivеr.
g) I,m worriеd about my baskеtball tеam. Pеrhaps thеy won,t win!
1 I wish thеy play wеll.
2 I hopе thеy play wеll.
h) You prоmisеd not to tеll anyonе my sесIеtsbut you didl
1 I wish I hadn,t tоld you.
2 I wish I didn,t tеll you.
i) I,vе bееn fееling ill all wеek.
1 I hopе I fееl bеtter soon.
2 I hopе I,d fееl bеttеr soon.
i) I want to sее my sistеr.I havеn,t sееn hет for agеs.
2 I wish I spokе to hеr.
1 I wish I сould spеak to hеr.
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Complete eaсh sentenсe with a suitablе form of the verb in braсkets.
a) I,m soakеd to thе skin! If only I фring) ...h4d...
b) This pullover Was сhеap. I wish I Фuy)
с) I likе your sсhool. I wish I (go) .........
two of them!
.......thеrе too.
d) I must gеt in touсh with Sue.If only I (know)
................
hеr
phonе numbеr!
е) Тhis bus is rеally slow! I wish wе (takе)
thе train.
0 I,m disappointedin this сamеra.I wish I (not buy)
g) I answеrеdthrее questionswеll. If only I (finish)
................
it.
................
thе
wholе tеst!
h) I сan,t undеrstand МariеI I wish I (spеak)
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Frеnсh.
Complete eaсh sentenсe in a suitable way.
a) I,m hungтy.If only ....I..hдq(...4..t!!!1dуl1{.l*...
with mе.
b) Еnjoy your holiday. I hopе
.... timе.
с) This is a lovеly plaсе. I wish we
.... bеforе.
d) It,s a pity you livе so far away. If only you ............
е) Еllеn is a fantastiсdanсer.I wish I ................
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nеarеr.
.......as wеll as her!
Rita isn't very happy at the moment. Complete her words.
a) Rita wastеd a lot of monеy on DVDs.
.I wish | ...h!!di..t...w.!!{t.d...........
so muсh money on еxpеnsivе DVDs!,
b) Rita thinks nеw jobs are diffiсult to find.
,I wish nеw jobs
.... sо diffiсult to find.,
с) Rita thinks nеw jobs arе diffiсult to find.
,I wish nеw jobs
....еasierto find.,
d) Rita сan,t go on holiday this summеr.
'I wish I ................
.......on holiday.'
e) Rita doеsn,t havе vеry good qualifiсations.
,I wish I ................
.......bеttеrqualifiсations.,
Г) Rita has to do thе washing up. Shе hatеs doing it.
'I wish I ................
.......do the washingup.'
g) Rita is sorry hеr family movеd to thе suburbs.
,I wish Wе .............
to thе suburbs.,
h) Rita thinks shе is vеry untidy.
'I wish I ................
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.......so untidy.'
ЕxpIanations
Passive:form
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Тo makе thе passivе Wе usе be and a past partiсiplе. Сomparе thе aсtivе and
passivе forms in thеsе еxamplеs:
Presеnt simplе
it.
е
Thе Govеrnmeпtbuilds hundredsof houseseveryyеаr.
Hundredsofhousesаre built everyуеаr,
Prеsеnt сontinuous The аuthoritiesаte questioпiпg tуvomen.
T-women аre being questioned by the аuthorities.
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Prеsеnt pеrfесt
We hаve chosen Helen аs the newpresideпt.
Heleп hаs been сhosen аs the пew president,
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Past simplе
The poliсe аrrested oпeprotеster'
Опe protesterwаs аrtested'
t
will
Theу will plау the mаtсh oп Wеdnesdауevening.
Thе mаtсh wiII be plауed on Wednesdауeveпing.
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Notiсе how the objесt in thе aсtivе fotm (huпdredsof houses,two mеп,Helen)
movеs to thе front in thе passivе Sеntеnсеand bесomеs thе subjесt.
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Foсus on important information
Comparе:
(aсtivе)
The Government built hundredsof houseslаst уeаr.
(passivе) Hundreds of houses werebuilt bу the Goуerпmeпtlаst yeаr.
еr.
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Passive:use
In thе aсtivе sеntеnсеmorе еmphasis is givеn to who did thе aсtion _ thе
Govеrnmеnt.
In thе passivе sеntеnсеmorе еmphasis is givеn to thе thing affесtеdby thе
aсtion _ thе numbеr of housеs.
Еmphasizеd information usually сomеs at the bеginning of thе sеntеnсе.
Using by and with
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Spokеn and writtеn
Тhе passivе is usеd morе in writing and formal spеесh.
r
Thе pеrson or organization that dоеs the aсtion is сallеd ,thе agеnt,.If wе
Want to say who doеs thе aсtion thеn wе use by.
Hundredsof houseswerеbuilt lаst yеаr.
Huпdreds of houseswere built bу the Governmeпt lаst уeаr.
А Iot of stoпеSwerethrown.
А lot of stonеSwerе throwп bу апgry footbаll fапs.
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Thе thing that is usеd to pеrform an aсtion is сallеd ,thе instrumеnt'. If wе
Want to inсludе this wе tlsе with.
The wiпdows wеrebrokeпwith а bаsebаll bаt.
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Sеntеnсеswithout
an agent
Transitiveand
intransitiveverbs
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It is not always nесеssaryto mеntion thе agеnt. Thеre arе sеvеralrеasons for
this:
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Brепdа,smotorbikewаs stolen lаst night.
Agent not known:
If wе knеw whо had stolеn it, wе would mеntion thе name of thе pеrson.
But wе don,t know and the agеnt is not mеntionеd.
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Agеnt obvious:
Опe protestеrwаs аrrested'
.by thе poliсе,, bесausеwе know that it
It is not nесеssaryto add thе words
is always thе poliсе who do this. Howevеr, it is possiblе to add thеsе words if
Wе Want to.
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A lot of Eпglish grammаr books аre sold everyуeаr.
Agent unimportant:
Еxaсtly who sеlls thе books is not important. If it was important we сould
lse bу and thе namеs of thе pеoplе oт shops who sеll the books.
l
Verbs whiсh have objесts are сallеd transitivе vеrbs (еxamplle:help),In this
sеntеnсе,,thе old lady, is thе objесt.
A young mаn helped the old lаdу аcrossthe roаd'
r
Verbs whiсh do not havе obiесts arе сallеd intransitivе vеrbs (еxamplе:
walk).
Diапе wоIks to сoIIеgе'
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Diсtionariеs show this information with T or I. only transitivе vеrbs сan be
madе passive.
The old lаdy wаs helpеdаcrossthe roаd bу а young mап.
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Under|inеphrasеswhiсh are not neсеssaryin these sentеnсes.Sometimesеvеry
phrase is neсеssary.
а)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
2
МУ wallеt has bееn stolеn by somеonе.
Wе wеrе taught by a diffеrеnt tеaсhеr yеstеrday.
Niсk Was opеratеd on at thе hospitаl by a doсtor.
Thе meal was sеrvеdby a waitеr in a rеd сoat.
Wе wеrе shown round thе musеum by a guidе.
Two lеttеrs wеrе dеlivеred this morning by thе postman.
Thrее mеn havе bееn arrеstеdby thе poliсe.
Yеstеrdaya window was brokеn by somеonе.
CompIetе eaсh sentenсеwith a passivevеrb.
a) Thе poliсе quеstionеd Gеorgе.
nrn..'......
by thеpoliсе.
Gеorgе,,.
у'/
1.,|..
fl?LhttJ..q
b) Мillions of pеoplе watсh this programmе.
by millions of pеoplе.
This programmе.........
с) Thеy will finish our nеW housе at thе еnd of thе month.
....at thе еnd of thе month.
Our nеw housе
d) Thеy,vе еlесtеd a nеW pтеsidеnt.
A nеw prеsidеnt
е) They,rе теbuilding thе damagеd stadium.
Thе damagеd stadium
f) Thеy,vе сlosеd thе mountain road.
Thе mountain road
g) Studentswritе most of this magazinе.
Most of this magazinе..............
.........
by studеnts.
h) A burglaт stolе my laptop.
Мy laptop
..'. bУ a burglar.
i) Somеbody will mееt you at thе bus station.
You ............
at thе bus station
j) Unitеd won the сup last yеar.
Last yеar thе сup
....by Unitеd.
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Undеrline the еrrors in thеse sentenсes.Rewrite eaсh sentenсе.
a) Мany pеt dogs are losing еvery yеaI.
МaуLv pet daqs аre Last overY YеДr.
b) Thе injurеd man Was bееn taken to hospital.
с) A nеw bridgе is be built aсtoss thе тivеr.
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ш
tfl
ti
d) All thе food at thе party Was atе.
lt
е) Nothing will bеing dесided bеforе nеxt Saturday.
tt
f) Thе matсh is playing on Friday еvеning.
g) Тhе robber unloсkеd thе door by a falsе kеy.
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h) This book was writing by Sam,s fathеr.
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II
For every question, сomplete the seсond sentenсe so that it means the same as
the first, using no more than thrее words.
a) Arсhaеologistshavе disсovеrеd a nеW tomb in Еgypt.
A nеw toгrrb..h!!!.'.bpp*'.dll paY.e.rЙ....by arсhaеologistsin Еgypt.
b) Thе Prеsidеnt will opеn thе nеw sports stadium on Saturday.
Тhе nеw sports stadium
.......by the Prеsidеnt on
Saturday.
с) Piсasso paintеd this portrait.
This portrait................
l{
Piсasso.
d) Thеy will announсе thе rеsults of thе сompеtition tomorrow.
Тhе rеsults of thе сompetition
.......tomorrow.
е) Тhеy,rе rеdесorating our sсhool during the summer holidays.
our sсhool
.......during thе summеr holidays.
Г) Thе poliсе in New York havе arrеstеdthrее terrorists.
Thrее terrorists............
in Nеw Yoтk.
g) our сompany sеlls morе than 1,000 сars еvеry wеek.
Мorе than 1,000сaтs
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.......our сompany еvеry weеk.
h) Тhеy,rе building a nеW musеum in thе сity сentrе.
A nеw museum
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.......in the сity сеntrе.
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Rеwritе еaсh sentеnсe with a passivе vеrb, and so that thе namеs of pеop|е
not mentioned.
a) Тhе authoritiеs havе сlosеd thе сasino.
h,*ru.
р|р
,..Ik.'р.q,'.у.w..'hц..
l э ....
b) Тhе сlubs havе postponеd thе matсh.
с) Pеoplе all ovеr thе world spеаk Еnglish.
d) Тhе authoritiеs havе opеnеd thе nеw swimming pool.
е) Somеonе lеft this pursе in thе сlassroom yеstеrday
f) Thе сity сounсil has bannеd traffiс from thе сity сеntrе.
g) Pеоplе havе еlесtеd a nеW govеrrrmеnt.
h) Somеonе brokе into thе flat last wееk.
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Еxplanations
Vеrbs with two
r
objесts
Somе vеrbs сan havе two objесts. Wе сan:
givе, Iеnd, offеr,promisе, sell, seпd, tаkе somеthing
to somebody
buу, kееp, mаke, prepоre' Sаve Solnеthing for sоmеbody.
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In aсtivе Sеntеnсеs Wе сan usе thеsе vеrbs in two ways:
Peter gаve Kаren а prеseпt.
Pеter gаve а prеSeпt to Kаreп.
Еaсh way сan bе madе passivе:
Kаren wоs giveп а present bу Petеr.
A present wаs givеп to Kаrеn bу Petеr.
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Тhе form without to/for is morе usual, in both aсtivе and passivе sеntеnсеs.
to bе born
To bе borп is a passivе form but doеs not havе an obvious passivе mеaning.
I wаs born in Uruguау.
hаvе something
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Whеn a profеssional pеrson, е.g. a mесhaniс, a plumbеr еtс. doеs somе work
for us, Wе сan usе hауе somеthiпg dопe, Hауе сan bе usеd in any tеnsе.
donе
Wе hсld our house pаiпted lаst уеаr'
I,m hаviпg mу саr serviсed tomorrow.
I,уе hсld mу room dесorаted.
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Wе also usе this for unplеasant happеnings.
Shе hсld her house brokeп iпto.
Tim hоd his оrm brokeп plаying rugbу.
P assi vе+ i n fi n i t i v e
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Thе уеrbs beliеvе, ехpесt, kпow, repoTt,sау, thiпk, Supposе|uпderstапd arе oftеn
usеd in thе prеsеnt simplе passivе followеd by an infinitivе (fo do/to bе
doiпg).This usе is сommon in nеws rеports.
The есonomу is eхpeсted to grow bу 2o/othis yeаr.
Bесkhаm is sаid to be сonsidering а trапsfer from Mапсhеster United.
The пew shoppiпg сeпtrе is supposed to open пeхt spriпg'
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2
UnderIinеthe сorreсtword or phrasein eaсh sentenсe.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
I,m having my hair cuttiпg/сuI/tohаve сut tomorrow.
Thе сhildrеn were took/tаken/tаkiпg
to thе sеasidеfor thе day.
I was seпdiпg/sent/sепd
hеrе by thе managеr.
Katе is having hеr сar serviсes/serviсing/sеrviсed
tomorrow.
Suе had hеr windows brеаkiпg/brokеп/brokе
by vandals.
David has bееn offer/offeriпg/offered
a nеw job in Brazil.
Whеrе еxaсtly wereyou born/didуou borп/didуou beаr?
I,vе just had my bikе repаirеd/repаir/repаiring.
I
D wаs giveп/gаve/didgive this book by Еmily.
j) This сakе mаkеs/mаdе/wаsmаde fot hеr birthday.
2
Rewriteeaсh sentenсebeginning and ending as shown. Do not сhange the
meaning.
a) Somеonе stolе Bob,s bikе.
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Bob ''.I4.1.'!э!{'..'....'...''
b) John lent mе this book.
bikе stolеn.
This book
........
John.
с) Thе dеntist took out onе of my tееth yеstеrday.
YеstеrdayI ................
...........
out.
d) Сairo is my plaсе of birth.
I ..........'.....
in Сairo.
е) A roсk сonсеrt tiсkеt was sold to mе by a friеnd.
I was .........
by a friеnd.
f) Somеonе brokе into Tom,s housе last wееk.
Tom had
........
lastwееk.
g) Whеn is your datе of birth?
Whеn еxaсtly
........born?
h) Мy parеnts gavе mе this ring.
I ................
parеnts.
i) I,m kееping this bottle of winе for a spесial oссasion.
This bottlе of winе
........for a spесial
oссasion.
i) wе will sеnd you a lеttеr with your exam rеsults.
A lеttеr
........to you with your еxam
rеsults.
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Rewrite eaсh sеntеnсe so that it has a similar meaning and сontains the word in
bold.
a) Thеy,rе sеrviсing my сar tomorrow.
having
!шv..I^ауущ..у!+у.'aqlr..{.?.rу]4d..t.a.ry!!.rr.a.w.,....
b) Yеstеrdaythеy stolе my bikе.
had
с) Last yеar thеy paintеd our housе.
had
d) Thеy,rе taking out my tooth tomorrоw!
having
е) Thеy,vе just сut my hair.
had
Thеy'rе fitting our nеW сarpеt tomorтow.
having
o\ They,vе just paintеd Ann,s portrait.
ь)
had
4
Rewritе the first sеntenсе as a news rеport using present simplе passive+
infinitive.
a) Lots of pеoplе bеliеvе thе сriminal is living аbroad.
Thесriminal ...l,:,,h.e,Li?у.'9!('.t.a..
h*..LiYъw abroad.
b) Есonomists supposе that inflation will fall nеxt yеar.
Inflation
next year.
с) Еvеryonе еxpeсts that Arsеnal will win thе Lеague.
Arsеnal
thе Leaguе.
d) Peoplе think thе Govеrnmеnt is planning a nеw airpolt.
Thе Govеrnmеnt .........
....a nеW airport.
е) Thеy say hе is making a nеw moviе about thе Сivil War.
Hе .............
a nеW moviе about thе Сivil War.
Journalists rеport that thе Finanсе Мinister disagrееswith thе Prеsidеnt.
with thе Prеsidеnt.
Thе Finanсе Мinistеr
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Ьlodal vеrbs: form
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Мodal vеrbs arе auxiliary vеrbs _ thеy arе usеd with othеr main vеrbs. Modal
vеrbs arе сап, сould, will, would, mау, might, shаIl, should and must.
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Notе thesе important rulеs:
_ two modal vеrbs сannot bе put togеthеr
(NoТ@)
_ modal vеrbs arе followed by thе infinitivе without fo.
(NoTф)
- modal vеrbs do not havе third pеrson s
а п d mе ani ng
(NoТф)
- modal vеrbs do not form tеnsеS with -ing, -ed etс.
(NoТ
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_ modal vеrbs usе invеrsion in quеstions (like the vеrb be), r,ot do/does
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Ability
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Quеstions arе madе by putting thе modаl in front of thе subjесt.Nеgativеs
arе made by putting иof immеdiatеly aftеr thе modal (oftеn shortеnеd to -п,t
in spokеn and informal writtеn Еnglish).
I саппot(cап,t)
Саn I ..,?
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I сould not (couldп,t)
Сould ',.?
wiп I ...?
I wiII not (woп,t)
WouldI ...?
I would пot (wouldn,t)
Мау I '.,?
I mау not
MightL..?
I might пot
I shаIInot (shаn,t)
ShаllI .'.?
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I should пot (shouldп,t)
Should ...?
I must пot (mustп,t)
Must L..?
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Modal vеrbs show thе spеakеr,sattitudе or fееlings about a situation. For
еxamplе how probable or nесеssarysomеthing is, or that thе spеakеris
offеring or rеquеsting somеthing. Thе same modal vеrb сan bе usеd in
diffеrеnt ways with diffеrеnt mеanings _ you only know from thе situation.
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To talk about ability Wе use cаn and cап,t (ot саnnotin formal writing)
I сап swim. Саn уou swim?
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Pronunсiation: саn is notmally unstrеssеd/kоn/,but is strеssеdfor еmphasis
lkа;nl.
А: Сап уou speаkСhinese?
B: No, but I саn speаk|аpаnese,
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Wе sometimеs use be аble fo instеad of саn. Be аble fo forms tеnsеs.
WiII уou be аble to hеIpme move mу furniture tomorrow?
Сап and саn,t are also usеd foт pеrmission: to desсribеwhat is allowеd or not
allowed.
Саn I lеаve eаrlу,pleаse?
I cаn,t come skаting tomorrow.
Certainty and
unсertainty
Study this tablе of probabilitу and thе notеs bеlow:
IООo/o
95o/o_1ООo/o
8Оo/o
ЗОo/o_7Оo/o
Оo/o
сеrtainty
dеduсtion
ехpесtation
unсertainty
сertainty
ulill
must, сап,t
should
mау, might, сould
worl,t
Wе usе wiII andwon,twhen wе arе сertain about somеthing in thе futuте.
.dеduсtion,.This is
Wе usе must aпd саn,t for anothеr фpе of сеrtainty сallеd
whеn wе know somеthing is сеrtain beсausеit is logiсal, or when wе makе
an assumption bесauseof thе faсts of thе situation.
He must be stuсk in the trаffiс.
(I,m surе hе is - it,s thе only possibility)
Shе саn,t be iп Itаlу! I sаw her todаy!
(I,m surе shе isn,t _ it,s impossiblе)
Wе usе shouldwhеn wе еxpесt that somеthing will happen.
Theу should аrrive here аt аbout 6.30.
Wе usе mау, might and could for unсеrtainty.
I mау not hаve time to finish tonighf.
President|ones might wiп the neхt election.
I mау /might hаve some news for уou neхt wеek.
He сould be stuckin the trаffiс.
Obligation
(I don,t know)
(It,spossiblе)
(pеrhaps I will)
(perhaps hе is)
We usе must ot hаve to to еxplain that somеthing is nесеssary.
I must ftnish rny homeworkbefore8.00.
I hаve to phoпe |ап аt 9.o0.
In writing thете is no rеal differеnсе betwееn must and hауe to.In spеeсh
thете is a small diffеrеnсе:
Wе usе hаve to whеn thе situation makеs somеthing nесеssary,for еxamplе
bесausеof offiсial rulеs.
At our sсhool,we hаve to.weаr а uпiform,
Еveryplауer in а footbаIl tеаm hаs to hаve а пumber'
Wheп the trаffiс lфts аre reФ уou hаve to stop.
In еvеryday spеесh, wе сan lsе hаve got to instead of' hаve to.
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Wе usе must when thе spеakеrpеrsonally fееls that somеthing is important.
You rеаIlymust stop workiпg so hаrd апd try to relах.
You must be herebу 8,00, or the bus will leаvewithout уou'
Notе that we do not usе to after must.
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In thеir negativе fotms mustп,tand doп,thаvе to havе diffеrеnt mеanings.
Nfustn,tdеsсribеsan aсtion whiсh is prohibitеd/forbiddеn.
You mustn,t cross the roаd wheп the rеd lфt is showiпg.
Don,t hауe fo dеsсribеsan aсtion whiсh is not neсеssary_ you havе a сhoiсе.
You don,t hаve to turп on thе сeпtrаIheаtiпg.It,s аutomаtiс.
Opi n i on s an d
аdviсe
Wе usе should and shouldпt to givе an opinion about what is thе bеst thing
to do. Whеn wе speak to anothеr pеrson our opinion bесomеs adviсе.
I thiпk the police should аrrest hooligаns.
(opinion)
I think уou should tаlk to уour teасherаbout it. (adviсе)
Notе thе othеr usе of should foт еxpесtation, mеntionеd еarliеr in this unit.
Wе сan lse ought to and ought not fo in thе samе Way as should and shouldп,t.
ought fo is not as сommon as should and is a littlе morе formal.
I thiпkуou ought to tаlk to уour teасherаbout it.
Notе that with think in the nеgativе,Wе uSе I don,tthink + shouldтathеr than
thе nеgativе forms of shоuld and ought to'
I doп,t thiпk you should/ought to go.
Hаd bettеris usеd foт strong opinions. Hаd is usually сontraсtеd.
I think уou,d better tаlk to your teасherаbout it.
We,d better пot forget to turn off the сomputer!
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Underlinethe сorreсtword or phrasein eaсh sеntenсe.
Look at thosе сlouds. I think tt сап/tцlghamustlain.
This is impossible! It cап,t be/mustп,tbe/mауnot be thе answеr.
Wеll donе! You mаy be/mustbe/mightbe vеtу plеasеdl
I,vе no idеa whеrе Janе is. Shе сould be/mustbe anywhеrе!
сomе to your party.
I supposеit,s possib|е.Imight/саn/must
I,m not surе. I must пot/mаУпotbe ablе to gеt thеrе in timе.
Тhat саn,t be/mustп,tbe/mауnot be David. Hе hasn,t got a bikе.
Lisa isn,t hеrе yеt. She саn be/mustbe on her waу'
D Thеrе,sSomеonе at thе door. It саn be/сouldbe the postman.
i) Sorry, I саn,t сome/mаупot сomеolt tonight. I havе to do my homеwork.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
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Rеwrite eaсh sentenсе,using con, con,t,might or must, and bеginning and ending
as shown.
a) Sarah is rеally good at swimming.
. ... wеll.
...94.W..{.w.L.Ш..rЧlllY,
Saffih
b) It,s possiblе that our tеam will win.
our tеam
win.
............
с) I'm surе this isn,t thе right road.
This ...........
. thе right road.
d) I,m surе you work vеry hard!
You ............
vеry hard.
е) Carolinе isn,t allowеd to сomе to our party.
to our party.
Carolinе
f) It,s possiblе that l,ll sее you tomorroщ but I,m not surе.
I ............. ...
, but I,m not surе.
8) I'm afтaid that your tеaсhеr is unablе to сomе today.
. today.
I'm afraidthat ...........
h) I,m surе it,s vеry hot hеrе in summеr.
It ...............
hеrе in summеr.
i) Еxсusе mе, is it all right if I opеn thе window?
thе window?
Ехсusеrnе, ............
i) I supposеyou,rе Мrs Pеrry. How do you do?
Мrs Pеrry.How do you do?
You ............
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Dесidewhеthеr eaсh Pair of sentenсеshave a similarmеaning,or whether they
are diffеrent. Write Sfor someor Dfor differеnt.
a) You,d bеttеr go.
You should go. ...?...
b) You don't havе to prеss this button.
You mustn,t prеssthis button. ........
с) You should havе a rеst.
You ought to havе a lеst. ........
d) You must be crazу!
You should bе сrazy! '.......
е) You must bе herе bеforе 8.30.
You havе to bе hеrе bеforе 8.30' ........
f) You mustn't do that!
You don,t havе to do that! ........
g) You shouldn,t еat so muсh.
You ought not to еat so muсh. ........
h) Wе havе to work hardеr.
Wе must work hardеI. ........
i) I,d bеttеr WIitе my lеttеrs.
I must writе my lеttеrs. ........
i) I ought to leavе now.
I havе to lеavе now. ........
Rеwriteeaсh sеntenсeso that it has a similarmeaning and сontainsthe word in
bold.
a) It would be a good idеa for you to sее a dentist.
ought
p'ш.W.
...
dpnt.kt.''
.'t!..{,*''(!.'
...Y.q.*.'
b) It,s not nесеssaryfor us to go to sсhool tomorrow.
havе
с) I,m surе that isn,t John, bесausеhе,s in Paris.
be
d) Pеrhaps Ann is at homе.
bе
е) You ought to Wеar a WaIm сoat today.
had
It's possiblе that I,ll bе latе.
may
сгl
D'
I wouldn,t go skiing if I wеre you.
think
h) It is forbiddеn to lеavе youт bikе hеrе.
сan,t
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Complete еaсh sentenсewith one suitable modal auxiliary.
a) Soldiers.'.!уtуp.........
to obey orders.
b) I think you ...........
takе youт umbrеlla.
go now. I don,t want to be latе.
с) Sorry,I .....................
bе ablе to hеlp you.
d) I,m not sulе, but I ..........
;
е) Franсesсaisn,t at home, so she
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g) It ..........
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.. bе on hеr way hеrе.
.. bеttеr not lеavе any windows opеn.
bе a staг,it,s too bright. Perhaps it,s an aliеn spaсеship!
.. to go to work today. It's a holiday.
.. to finish all the work you gavе mе.
D Sorry, but I wasn,t
to ask youт teaсhеrfor somе adviсе.
i) I think you ...........
h) I don't
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Rewrite eaсh sеntenсe so that it does not сontain the phrase in itolics.
a) If I werеуou I,d takе morе еxеrсise.
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b) I eхpeсtthе plane will land soon.
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с) You аre not аIlowedto usе a diсtionary.
I..t!уiуtk..y.o.*.d...b.et'.t.эr/Jqш.,:!зp.ц!d..t.ъk.!у!!19..тх
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d) It,s impossiblefor thаt to bе Suе. Shе,s abroad.
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e) It,s possible thаt |,\|сomе to your party.
a
f) It,s аgаinst the lаw to dtop littеr in thе strееt.
g) It,s not neсessаryfor уou to wait.
h) You,d betterstaу in bеd tоday.
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Explanations
To talk about gеnеralpast abilityWе usе сould,сouldп,tandwаsсfulеto'
|аnе сould swim/wаs аble to swim wheп shе wаs tеп.
To talk about onе spесifiс past aсtion wе only usе wаs аblе to.
Whеп Dаvid feIIiп the rivеr,|аne wаs аble to resсuehim.
Abi l i t y
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Thе form is: modal + hаvе+ past partiсiplе.Сomparе with Grammar 18:
You must hаve left yourpаSsportoп theplапe.
(dеduсtion: I,m surе you did)
Linа сап,t hаve writteп this.
(dеduсtion:I,m surе shе didn't)
Маriа might/mау/сould hаve tаkeп the bus.
(unсеrtainty:pеrhaps shе did)
; nсеrtainty
O bl i gat i on
O pi ni on s an d
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To talk about obligation in thе past Wе usе hсld to, didп,t hсшeto, didп,t пeеd
to, пееdп,thауe doпe.Thеrе is no past fotm of must.
Whеп I wаs сlt sсhool,wе hоd to/didп,t hаve to-weаr а uпiform.
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In stгiсt glammar thеrе is a diffеrеnсе bеtwееn didn,t nееdto and needп,thсlvе
done.
(I had a сhoiсе)
I didn,t nеed to do апу homeworkyestеrdау.
(I did it, but it wasn't
I пeedп,t hаve done апу homeworkуestеrdаy.
nесеssarv)
But in еvеryday spеесh Wе usе didn,t пeedto for both сasеs.
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Thе form is: modal + hауе + past partiсiplе. Сomparе with Grammar 18:
I think you should hаve worked hаrder.
Youshouldп,t hаvе eаteп so muсh!
Wе сan lse oughtto hауе doпe aпd oughtnot to hауe doпein thе samе way.
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Thеsе forms mеan that we arе making a сritiсism. So in thе еxamplеs abovе
Wе arе saying .I think you Wеrеwtong,.
advi се
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Graпrmar 18: Modals 1
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For eaсh question,сompletethе sесond sentenсеso that it mеansthe same as
the first, using no morе than three words. Contraсtions сount as one word.
a) I,m surе you droppеd your wallеt at thе bus stop.
Yotl ...||Иit#t'.Lи.v..a..
/.7.q
B'Р.d.. у ou, wallеt at thе bus stop.
b) Мaybе Joanna missеd thе last bus.
....thе last bus.
Joanna
с) Pеtеr knеw how to skatе whеn hе was twеlve.
Pеtеr ..........
skatewhеn hе was twеlvе.
d) Еmma Was Wrong not to tеll you thе answеr.
Еmma
....you thе answеr.
е) It wasn,t nесеSsaryfor us to pay to gеt in.
Wе .............
pay to gеt in.
f) I,m surе that Diana didn,t takе your books.
Diana
....your books.
g) Pеrhaps David didn,t notiсе you.
David
....notiсеd you.
h) Tеrry arrivеd еarly, but it wasn,t nесеssary.
Tеrry .........
arrivеd еarly.
i) It wasn,t neсеSsaryfor mе to buy any food yеstеrday.
I didn,t
.... any food yеstеrday.
j) It was a bad idеa for us to bе rude to thе poliсеman!
Wе .............
bееn rudе to thе poliсеmanl
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Rewriteeaсh sentenсebeginning as shown. Do not сhange the meaning.
a) You WеrеWrong to study so latе!
p.
Youshouldn,
t ...h!!Y9..{.t*d
ird..l р...И.t
b) Did you managеto stop him?
I didn't
d) Pеrhaps Tim has lost his way.
Tim might
е) It was possiblе for you to hurt yoursеlf.
You сould
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It would havе bееn a good idеa to tеll mе.
You should
s) I,m surе thе сlass еnjoyеd it.
Thе сlassmust ..........
h) I hеlped hеr but it Wasn,tnесеssary.
I neеdn,t
i) It was a mistakе to lеavе.
You ought
I,m surе thе butler didn,t do it.
Thе butlеr сan,t ..........
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Complete eaсh sentеnсе so that it,сontainsthe words in bold.
we ..{.W.*l'd..!gуg..tltkш.4!k..*lуb.r.4Lt!...'....,...'..,
soakеd!
a) I,mсompletеly
should/umbrеlla
b) I,vе lost my bag. I think I
must/bus
с) I triеd to phonе Sam, but
T
сouldn,t/gеt through
d) I forgot Katе,sbirthday. I
should/prеsеnt
е) Thе сat doеsn,tlikе fruit! It ..............
сan,t/orangе
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Jo isn.t hеre yеt. I supposеshе ...........
might/addrеss
g) I did badly in thе tеst. I
ought/hardеr
h) It,s a shame wе didn,t go on holiday.
Wе
соuld/fun
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Underline the сorreсt word or phrasе in eaсh sentеnсе.
a) Jim сlskеd/toldthе tеaсhеr if thе book was his.
b) I hаvе hаd/hаd two tееth takеn out last wееk.
с) I сan,t do thеsе sums. I wish I hауе/hаda сalсulator with mе.
d) Ann rеfusеd/sаidshе didп,t wапt mе to borrow hеr bikе.
е) Hеlеn сап't hауе stoleп/mцst hаvе stolеп thе monеy from thе offiсе. Shе didn,t
сomе in to thе offiсе on thе day it was stolеn.
f) If I hаvе/hсldmorе monеу, |,d paу for you too.
g) It,s gеtting vеry latе, so I think уou,d bеttеr/youсould|еavе.
h) Тraсеy phonеd еarliеr and said that shе hаd been/would be |atе.
i) Тhе nеxt two lеssons wеrе bееп/hаvеbееп сanсеllеd.
i) |f wе,d remеmberеd/wеremеmbеredto bring thе map, wе wouldn,t havе got
lost.
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Look сarеfully at eaсh linе. Somе linеs are сorreсt but somе havе a word whiсh
should not bе there. тiсk (/) eaсh сorrесt |ine. lf a ]inе has a word whiсh shouId
not be there, write the word in the spaсе.
Do-It-YoursеIf
Last wеek my brothеr and I dесidеd to pаint our
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bеdrooms if whilе our parеnts wеrе out for thе
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day. Our parеnts usually thеy havе thе painting donе
З .....................
by a loсal firm, but wе thought wе сould to savе somе
4 .....................
monеy if wе did paint it oursеlvеs. Wе had watсhеd thе
5 .....................
paintеrs thе last timе thе hоusе had to bееn paintеd,
6 .....................
so wе thought и,е would bе ablе to do thе job.
.First all thе surfaсеs
must havе to bе washеdi mу
.That
brothег said.
сan,t havе bе vеry diffiсult,, I
7 .....................
I .....................
9 .....................
rеpliеd. ,Wе'd bеttеr if put somе nеWspapеrs on
10 .....................
thе сarpеt. If wе сan makе a mеss, wе,ll gеt into
11 .....................
troublе., Aftеr that had bееn havе donе, wе iookеd
for somе paint in thе gardеn shеd. ,Wе сould usе
t2 .....................
this rеd paiпt,, I was suggеstеd. Мy brothеr said that
i4 .....................
hе prеfеrrеd grееn paint. Just as if wе wеrе going to
start, our parеnts arrivеd homе. ,You should havе bееn
15 .....................
askеd us first,, my mothеr said us' ,You сan paint thе
17 .....................
rеst of thе housе too!,
18 .....................
1З ........'.'..........
16 .....................
Dесidеwhiсh answеr (A, B, с or D) bеst fits the spaсe.
with Pсlul
Mаkiпg arraпТemепts
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I (2) .......,,,1ооking
A fеw days ago Paul phonеd mе and (1) ....Id.'..whеthеr
dogs'
that I didn,t rеа111.likе
away.I (4) ...........
aftеrhis dog whеn hе (3)
his
all his othеr friеnds,and that I (6) ......'....
to mееt thе dog, and
only hopе. Hе invitеd mе round to his housе (7) ...........
but hе said that hе (5)
dinnеr for mе. An hour latеr hе phonеd again
hе told mе that hе (8)
mееting thе fo]lowing dav
aftеr all, so I (10)
and said that hе (9) ...........
for lunсh. Thе nеxt morning hе сanсеllеdthis appointmеnt and, aftеr hе
,I
thе dog to my housеat 6.00. don,t
(11)...........,
said that hе (12)
,Сould you tеllmе how (14)...........
thеrе?,
know еxaсtly(13)
,, hе said.
ln t
out and put thе phоnе down. Luсkily I havеn,t
I quiсkly said I (15)
hеard from him sinсe.
1) A told
2) A would mind
З) A has gonе
4) A told him
5) A asks
6) A am
7) A this еvеning
8) A is сooking
9) A had to go out
10) A had suggеstеd
11) A has donе
12) would bring
1З) ^
A whеrе is it
14)AdoIgеt
15) A went
h
rld
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С askеdmе
C likе
С would go
С askеd him
С will ask
C had bееn
С thе еvеning
С would сook
С goеs out
С suggеstеd
С askеd
С brought
С whеrе it is
СIwillgеt
С will go
B said mе
B want
B wеnt
B said him
B would ask
B will bе
B that еvеning
B will сook
B wеnt out
B would suggеst
B told mе sorry
B had brought
B if it is
BIgеt
B go
D spоkе
D willhеlp
D will go
D rеpliеd him
D had alrеadyaskеd
D was
D in еvеning
D had сookеd
D has to go out
D suggеst
D had apologizеd
D brings
D how was it
DI,mgеtting
D was going
Сomplеtе еaсh sentenсewith one of the words or phrаsеsfrom thе box.
сould
had to
d€*:*аrЁe+o
havе to
might havе
must
mustn't
should
a) Wе ..dp.ууt..hдu*..t.Q....a unifоrmat my sсhool.
-eat
play with matсhеs!It,svеry dangеrousl
b) You
lеft my w allеt in thе ba nk .
с ) I ,m n o t Su г е ,but I think I ...'............
d ) I ,m g е t t i n g u p еar ly, bесausе I '...............
е) Sorry I сan,t stay any longеr, but I rеally
go r unning bеfo r е sс1 - tооl
gо honlе.
f ) I f y o u wa n t t o , W е .............
go sw imming thls aftеr no о n.
g ) So r r y I ,m l a t е, but I ..........
.. takе my do g to thе \-еt,s.
h ) I t h i n k y o u ............
go to bеd еar liеr ,and sto p dr inking сoffее.
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Complеtethe seсond sentеnсeso that it has a simi|armeaningto thе first
sеntеnсe.
a) I don,t know thе answеr,so I сan,t help you.
pr'..I...NрнLd...l:w|B.'
rcl ...kл.p.
N''th*.g.w.w.
у! *.
b) Don,t run fast, or you,ll fееl tirеd.
If .........
......
с) An off-duty poliсеwoman arrеstеdthе robber.
Thе robbеr
d) Wе didn,t lеavе еarly, sо wе missеd thе train.
If wе ..........
е) I atе all thе iсе-сrеam,and now I rеgrеt it.
I wish
Whеrе is thе bus station?
................
?
Could you ............
s) Thе loсal сounсil is building a nеW sports сеntrе.
A nеw sports сеntrе
h) I think you should go to thе doсtoг,s.
If I .......... ...
i) Somеonе usеd a hammеr to brеak thе window.
Тhе window
.Don,t forgеt to buy somе milk, Amy,, I said.
I rеmindеd
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For еaсh question,сompletethе seсond sеntеnсeso that it means the same as
the first, using no more than threе words.
a)
It wasn,tnесеssaryfor mе to go to work yеstеrday.
. to work yеstеrday.
I didn,t ..hдur..t..q.3g
b) I,d likе to bе riсh!
I wish
.... riсhl
с) I,m going to thе hairdrеssеr,s tomorlow.
.... tomorrow.
I'm having
d) Pеrhaps Мark missеd thе bus.
.... thе bus.
Mark might
е) Marсoni was thе invеntor of radio.
Radio .........
by Мarсoni.
I think you Wеrе Wrong to forgеt thе kеysl
Y o u s h o u l d n,t .............
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s) lt would bе a good idеa for us to takе an umbrеlla.
Wе .........'...
bеttеrtakе an umbrеlla.
h) I,m surе that Мaria workеd vеry hard.
Maria
i)
....vеry hard.
Hеlеn gavе a сamеra to Riсhard.
....a сamеraby Hеlеn.
Riсhard
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It was unnесеssaryfor us to buy so muсh food.
Wе .............
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bought so muсh food.
For eaсh question,сomplеtethе sесond sentenсеso that it meansthe samе as
thе first, using no morе than thrеe words.
a) Thе paintеrs arе сoming to oul housе tomolrow.
paintеdtomorrow.
.ц,''9.....
Wе arе ..'l,.qtу.уу&..p'ц.Т..fu
b) SomeonеstolеPeter,sсar last wееk.
stolеnlast wееk.
Pеtеr..........
,I,vе
lost my tiсkеt, Katе,, said Danny.
с)
lost his tiсkеt.
Danny told Katе that ...........
d) Сarl advisеd Dianе not to takе thе job.
,I ................
.......thе job if I Wеrеyoul Dianе,,said Carl.
е) Whеn doеs thе play start?
Сould you ............
thе play starts?
Lеt,sgo for a piсniс if thе wеathеr,sgood.
....thе wеathеr,sbad.
Lеt,sgo for a piсniс
s) I stayеd up latе bесausеI didn,t fееl tirеd.
If I had fеlt tirеd I ................
.......stayеdup latе.
h) Jim livеd in Spain thеn, so it was impossiblе that you met him hеrе.
mеtJim hеrе,bесausеhе livеd in Spain thеn.
You ......'.....
,Do
you havе to leavе еarly tomorroщ Ann?, askеd Мary.
i)
lеavе еarly thе next day.
Мary askеdAnn if shе ............
.Do
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you think you сould pass mе thе salt, Pеtеr?,l said.
.......Рetеrto passthе salt.
I ................
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Undеr]inеthе errors in thеse sеntеnсes.Corrесt the error.
a) War and Pеaсе was writing by Lеo Tolstoy.
..w.Г.Ltt%ul
b) That mustn,t bе David! Hе,s on holiday in Bеrmuda.
с) Andrеa askеd a passеr-bywhеrе was thе train station.
d) If I had livеd in Anсiеnt Grеесe, I might bе a slavеI
e) In thе army, you,d bеttеr Wеar a unifоrm.
0 Katе told mе that shе must to finish hеr homеwork.
g) I think somеonе must opеn your bag. That,s thе on1y explanation.
h) I wish I arn tallеr!
i) I rеpair my сar by a qualifiеd mесhaniс.
j) If I saw a snakе, I,ll sсrеam and run awayl
Problem
сheсk
Do you сhange tеnsеswhen you use reportеdspeeсh in your |anguagе?
If you nееd to сhесk thе punсtuation of dirесt spеесhyou сan look at Grammar 48.
Cheсk the diffеrenсebеtweenthe sесond and third сonditiona|s.Remembеrthat
the past tense verb in a sесond сonditionaldoеs not refer to past time.
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Whеn do we use thе passivе?Doеs your Ianguageuse passivеslike Еnglishdoеs?
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How do We use must' hаvе to and should?When might you say:
a) Jim has to gеt up еarly еvеry day.
b) Jim must gеt up еarly еvеry day.
с) Jim should gеt up еarly еvеry day.
Еxplainthe diffеrenсebetweеn eaсh pair of sentenсеs.
a) l,m сuttingmy hair.
I,m having my hair сut.
b) I must hаvе lost my kеys.
I сan,t havе lost my kеys.
с) I didn't nееd to buy any food yestеrday.
I nееdn,t havе bought any food yеstеrday.
d) If you сamе by bus, you,d gеt hеrе fastеr.
If you had сomе by bus, you would havе got hеге fastеr.
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ПtrPose: to and for
llrrpose: so thаt
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Wе usе thе fo infinitive to desсribе purposе, to say why wе do things. This is
сallеd ,thе infinitivе of purposе,.
Аlistаir weпt to the stаtioп to meet his pаrents. (NoT {e++о+ееt)
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In formal spеесh and writing Wе сan tlse in orderto. This is not as сommon as
thе infinitivе of purposе.
The Presideпtmаde а speeсhin order to eхplаiп the poliсy'
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Wе сan usе pr followеd by a noun to say why wе do somеthing. This is
еspесially сommon following vеrbs of motion.
I-weпt to the shopsfor some milk.
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Wе сan usе so (thаt)to еxprеsspurposе. Aftеr so (thаt)we usе sub'iесt+ vеrb.
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For a habitual pulposе Wе usе cсInot thе prеsеnt simplе.
I leаve the wiпdow oPe|1So (thаt) the саt cаn get iп аnd out'
BiII weаrs thiсk socksiп bed so (thаt) his feet don,t get сold.
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Foг a futurе purposе Wе usе cап, wiII or thе plеsеnt simple.
Dorа is going to leаve сlаss eаф so (thаt) she сап go to the dentist'
Wэ,II tаke ап umbrellа so (thаt) we don,t get wet.
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For a past purposе Wе usе could,would or thе past simplе.
Dorа left сlаss eаrlу so (thаt) she could go to the dentist.
Wе took аn umbrellа so (thаt) we wouldп,t get wet.
We took аn umbrellа so (thаt) we didn,t get wеt.
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If thе subjесt of thе first part of thе sеntеnсе and thе subjесt of thе purposе
сlausе arе diffеrеnt, wе сan,t usе thе infinitivе of purposе fo. Wе havе to usе
so (thаt)'
HeIeпplаyed thеpiапo to eпtertаin her fтieпds.
Helen plауed thepiаno so (thаt) everyone else сould dапсe.
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Put one suitableword in eaсh spaсe.Contraсtionsсount as one word.
I wouldn,t forgеtit.
...th4|t..........
a) I wrotе thе datе in my diarу ...!.!....
b) Мost tourists сomе hеrе
.. visit thе anсiеnt tеmplеs.
........announсе
с) Mary сallеd a mееting
thе tеam.
сhеat!
0 Our tеaсhеrmadе us sit far apartso that Wе .....................
hеlp yoursеlf.
g) I,ll lеavеthе box opеn so that you .........'...........
h) Lisa got up early so that shе
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.. finish hеr homеwork.
Rеwrite eaсh sentenсе so that it сontains to word in bold.
a) I wеnt to thе shops to gеt somе е8gs.
for
{p.ш.'W.{*..,'',..
...I..W..e.
nl..t g..the..
thlBl.l.q.r..
b) Niсola сamе hеrе for a mееting with thе dirесtor.
to
с) Wе Wеnt on holiday to have a rеst.
for
d) Мikе plays сhеss fоr rеlaxation.
tо
е) I opеnеd thе window to lеt in somе air.
fоr
0
Cristina wеnt shopping to buy somе nеw сlothеs.
for
s) I wеnt
to a plivatе sсhool for Еnglish lеssons.
tо
h) Sam wеnt to a spесialist to gеt treatmеnt.
fоr
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Complеte the seсond sentеnсeso that it has a similarmeaningto the first
sentenсe.
a) Paul had tо go to thе doсtor,s,and lеft work early.
paа .'.l.ф..Np.r&...q.r!Y'..'...,,..
to thеdoсtor,s.
sothat....k..qq!{.!dJ.q''.......
b) Thе sсhool wаs rеbuilt bесausеit Wasn,tlargе еnough.
in ordеrto ..............
Thе sсhool
largеr.
с) Sophia wantеd Jaсk to сall heц and gavе him hеr phonе numbеr.
Sophia
. so that
hеr.
...............
d) I might gеt sunburnt, so I,ll put on somе suntan oil.
I'll ..............
... so that
sunburnt.
е) Cathy hid thе presеnts and nobody saw thеm.
Cathy
so that
thеm.
f) Wе wantеd peoplе to danсе, so wе had thе party in a largе hall.
Wе ............
........
so that ...........
......danсе.
g) Diсk wantеd to gеt a good seat, so hе arrivеd еarly.
Diсk ..........
so that
a good sеat.
h) I сouldn,t sее wеll in thе сinеma, and сhangеd sеats.
I ................
. so that
.....bеttеr.
D Wе didn,t Want to fееl hungтy, so wе took somе sandwiсhеs.
so that Wе .............
Wе took
i) Harry wantеd his friеnds to notiсе him so hе worе a funny hat.
him.
...........
.....so that ...........
Harry .........
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R е ason an d r е s u |t
Wе uSе bесаuse, сs and sjnсe whеn Wе Want to ехplain thе rеason for
somеthing. Аs and siпсе are molе сommon in formal spеесh and writing.
Tim didп,t fееl wеII, bесаuse hе hаd еаtеп fifteеп iсe-сreаms.
As/sinсe Tim hаd еаtеп flftеeп iсе-Сreаms,hе didп't feеl vеrу well.
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Tim didп,t fееI wеll, аs/siпсе hе hаd еаtеп fifteеn iсe-сrеаms
so and suсh for
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Аs and siпсe сarl сomе at thе bеginning of thе sеntеnсе. Normally wе do not
bеgin sеntеnсеs with bесausе,but this is possiblе in informal spеесh.
Beсаuse Tim hас| eаteп fiftееп iсе.сrеаms, hе didп,t fеel very wеll,
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Wе uSе so to еxprеss a rеsult. Notе thе rеlation bеtwееn beсаusеand so.
Tim hаd eаtеп fifteeп iсе-сreаms,so hе didп,t fеel vеry wеll.
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Wе uSе so mапу/muсh (thаt) ald, so fеwДittlе (thаt) with nounsl for еmphasis.
Thаt is usually lеft out in informal spеесh and writing. Notе thе rulеs:
e mphasi s
Сountablе nouns
I bought So mапу books (thаt) I сouldп,t соrry thеm аII.
Thеrе wеrе so few pеople in the theоtre (thаt) thе сlсtors didп,t pеrform well'
Unсountablе nouns
Therе is so muсh rаiп аt thе momепt (thаt) wе hаrdly еуеr 80 out.
Wе hаve so little free time (thаt) wе doп,t wаtсh television'
too and not
enough for a
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Wе usе so + adjесtivе + thаt With adjесtivеs by thеmsеlvеs.
Lаst пight was So hot (thаt) I сouldn,t slееp.
The trаiпеrs wеre So сheаp (thаt) I bought two pаirs'
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If wе havе an adjесtivе followеd by a noun, Wе usе suсh сt.
It wаs suсh rl lovely dсlу fthаt) wе wеl1tfor а wаlk iп the сouпtrу.
Itwаs suсh а good ftIm (thаt) I sсtw it twiсе.
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Too + adjесtivе mеans.morе than is nесеssary or good,. It suggеsts a
diffiсulty, and that somеthing сannot bе donе.
(so I didn't go)
It wаs too fаr,
diffiсuIty
It wсls too diffiсult.
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(so I didn,t do it)
lf wе say what thе aсtion is wе usе fo + infinitivе.
It ll,сtstoo far to wаlk so lryetook а trlхi.
Thе moцпtсtirtwсls too diffiсult (for us) to сlimb.
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Nof + adjесtivе + eпoughmеans ,lеssthan is nесеssaryoг good'. Сompaге thе
usе of too and not enough.
Little Gеrry is too young to tltаlk to sсhool.
Little Gerry is not old enough to wаlk to sсhool.
With nouns Wе сan usе too mаnу/muсh,too few/Iittle and пot еnotф.
Countablе nouns
Thereаre too manу PeoPle iп the сlаss.
Thereаrе too few books.
We hаvеп,t got enough books.
Unсountablе nouns
Thereаre too mаny things to do.
There'stoo little time.
We hаven,t got eпough time.
Notiсе from thе abovе еxamplеs that eпoughсomеs aftеr adiесtivеs (,old,)but
bеforе nouns (,books,/,timе,).
It is a сommon mistakе to сonfusе so and too.
So is likе verу, arrd is usеd for еmphasis. Тhе spеakеr,sopinion сan bе positivе
or nеgativе.
Тoo mеans .morе than еnough,. It suggеstsa diffiсulty, that somеthing
сannot be donе or will not happеn.
(a faсt)
It,s very eхpeпsive,
(I,m surprisеd,but I still might buy it)
It,s so eхpeпsive.
(so
It,s too ехpeпsive.
I won,t buy it)
50 aпd too
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Look baсk at thе еxamplеs in the prеvious two sесtions to sее thеsе usеs of so
arrd too.
Rеsu|tphrasеs:os
o rеsult,in thе еnd,
*entuoIlу
Wе сan also expressresult with a linking phrasе likе as а result,or a timе
еxprеssion likе in thе end or evепtuаllу.Thеsе arе morе сommon in foтmаl
spеeсh and wтiting.
Two metresof snоw fell duriпg the night' As а result, severаlmаiп roаds were
bloсkеd, (in spеесh we would just usе so hеrе)
It stаrtedrаiпiпg while we werehаviпg our piсniс| апd eveпtuаIlу we dесided
to go homе,
Kаte апd Tim wаited for the bus for а loпg time, апd in the eпd theу took а
tахi.
Linking words
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Words |ike becаuseand so arе сallеd ,linking words,.
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Undеrlinеthe сorreсtword or phrase in eaсh sentenсе.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
0
g)
h)
i)
i)
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It was such/soa dеliсious dгink, that I had to havе another glass.
Andrеw ate so muсh/somany сakеs that hе сould hardly walk!
Katе,soffеr sounded so/toogood to bе truе!
Thеrе are so few/solittle good proglammеs on TV that I rarеly watсh it.
I fеlt so/tooweakthat I соuldn,t stand up.
Wе had so muсh/somаnу fueetimе, that wе got borеd.
I waitеd for Еlainе for agеs, arrd аs а result/in the eпd I gavе up.
Thеrе Was so muсh/somаrtу rз;inlast night, that thе roads wеre floodеd.
David was too tаll/tаll eпough/enoughtаIl/verytаll to rеасh thе shеlf.
I had so few/soIiffIeknow|edgеof thе sub|есtthat I got zеro in thе tеSt.
Comp|еtе thе sentenсeswith one of thesе wordsi too, enoagh, so,such,mllch,
monу, littlе, fеw.
a) It,s...*{g..............
latе and therе arе still lots of pеoplе in thе сlub.
b) It,s
.. latе to саtсh a bus. I,ll havе to gеt a taxi homе.
с) I havе so .....................
work to do!
d) I havе so .....................
iobs to do!
е) I don,t havе ..........
monеy to go on holiday this yеar.
f) I havе too .....................
monеy to go on holiday this yеar.
g) I havе too .....................
еuros in my bank aссount to go on holiday this yеaг.
h) It was
.. an еxсiting film.
i) Thе film was
.. еxсiting.
It,s
.....................
hot on the bеaсh.I don,t likе it. I,m going baсk to thе hotеl.
i)
k) It,s
.. hot on thе bеaсh! I lovе it. I,m rеally relaxеd.
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Put onе suitableword in eaсh spaсe.
a) Мy tea iS ...t.о.Q.
hot to drink at thе momеnt.
b) I had to stand at thе baсk, .........
с) Thomas had ............
d) Thеrе Wеrе..........
е) Hеlеn missеd thе bus,
thеrе wеrеn,t anу sеatslеft.
........homework,that hе had to stay up latе.
........pеoplе in front of us that wе сouldn,t sее.
.. shе took a taxi.
f) Thеrе Wеrе..........
.. сustomеrsthat thе shop сlosеd down.
g) Thе room Wasn,tlargе
.. for so many guеsts.
h) Hannah Was.....................
tirеd that shе fеll aslееpon thе train.
i) Wе had
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.....monеy that we сouldn,t еvеn buy a drink.
.. it was raining, thе sсhool piсniс was postponеd.
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Rewrite eaсh sentenсe so that it has a similar meaning and сontains the word in
bold.
a) I fеlt rеally tirеd, so I stayеd at homе and had a rеst.
bесausе
b) I didn,t usе that piесе of string, bесausеit was too short.
enough
?e!t..
.гsа'|tу..
t.'.r
r,d.,.
с) The quеstion Was so diffiсult that I had to ask for hеlp.
suсh
d) Thеrе wеrеn,t enough sеatsfor all thе guеSts.
few
е) Thеrе wеrеn,t еnough sеatsfor all thе guеsts.
many
We сan,t put that box in thе сar as thеrе isn,t muсh spaсе.
littlе
o\ I haven,t got еnough timе to do all my work.
ь|
too
h) I'vе got suсh a lot of work that I сan,t go out.
so
Shе had lots of сhildrеn and didn,t know what to do.
many
i) It was suсh a good play that thе audiеnсе сhееred.
so
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Underline the errors in these sentеnсes.Rewrite eaсh sеntenсe.
a) Sorry, but I hаvеn,t got little timе.
Sarrv, bЙr I hаvewt qоt oИ.al
b) Еriсa is not еnough old to drivе a сar.
с) Paul has so muсh friеnds that hе,s always busy.
d) Wе had too fеw timе to go sight-sеeing.
е) It's too hot that I сan,t think!
Г) Thеrе Was too muсh snow that wе сouldn,t travеl.
g) It was so a long way that wе deсidеd to drivе thеrе'
h) So that I had run a long waу, I fеlt еxhaustеd.
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Completethe sесondsentenсeso that it has a similarmeaningto the first
sentenсe.
a) I,m afтaid you,rе not fast еnough to be in thе running team.
.th*.'r шу'llll.уц..t'ч|ш,...'..
I,m afraid you,rе too ...,t!! N'. t !...b9.'L.Y!,
b) It,s not vетy far to thе housе, so we сan walk.
Wе сan walk ..........
с) Thе film wаs so long that wе missеd our last bus.
It was
d) Tina fеlt unhappy and shе сriеd.
Tina fеlt so ..............
е) Tom has lots of monеy, and doеsn.t know what to do with it.
Tom has so ..............
0 Jim is too young to gеt marriеd.
Jim isn't
g) I сan't afford to buy this bikе.
I havеn,tgot ............
h) Thеrе arе too fеw platеs I,m afraid.
Тhеrе arеn,t
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ЕxpIanations
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Wе сan usе but aпd аIthoughto makе a сontrast.Аlthough is morе typiсal of
сarеful or formal spеесh or writing.
Mаriа felt ill, but she weпt to sсhool.
Mаriа went to sсhoolаIthough she wаs ill.
Тhе сlausе with аlthoughсan сomе at thе bеginning.
Although she wаs iII,Маriа went to sсhool.
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Wе сan еmphasize but arrd аlthough with still aлd апу'nuау.
Mаriа felt ill, but shе weпt to sсhoolаnywау.
Mаriа fеlt ill, but shе still went to sсhool.
Although she wаs iII,Mаriа weпt to sсhoolапуwау.
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Wе сan usе yet instеad of but in writing.
Mаriа felt ill, уet she went to sсhool,
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Wе сan usе eventhough|ike аIthoughto givе a strongеr сontrast.
Evеn though she felt very ill, Маriа weпt to sсhool.
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Wе сan usе though\ike аlthoughin informal spеесh and writing. Wе often
makе two sеparatеsеntеnсеsand put thoughat thе еnd.
Маriа weпt to school. She wаs ill, though.
пф.lilеand whеreos
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While ar,d whereаsсan bе usеd in formal spеесh and writing to сomparе two
faсts and еmphasizе thе diffеrеnсе bеtwееn thеm.
While/Wherеаs Someeхpertseхpесtthe Govеrпmentto win the eleсtioп,most
believethаt the oppositionwill wiп.
fupitе and
n spite of
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Despiteand iп Spiteof arc also usеd to makе a сontrast. But thеy arе followеd
by a noun or noun phrasе (not subjесt + vеrb \ike аlthough).Thе -ing forrr,of
thе vеrb aсts likе a noun hеrе.
Despite her illness, Mаriа weпt to sсhool.
(NoТщi*...1
Despite being ill, Mаriа went to sсhool.
In spite of her illness, Маriа weпt to sсhool,
In spitе of beiпg iII, Mаriа weпt to sсhool'
шшс у,etand
Й.lough
ыcn though and
tюtlgh
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Howeverintroduсеs or сomplеtеs a сontrasting sеntеnсe.Howеvеralways has
punсtuation bеfoте and aftеr.
Маriа wаs ill' Howev*, she weпt to school.
Маriа weпt to sсhool'She wаs ill, however.
Howeveris morе сommon in formal spеесh and writing.
howеver and on the
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Notе that wе сannot say:
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Оn the otherhаnd introduсеs a сontrasting opinion. It is morе сommon in
formal spеесh and writing.
Televisionhаs mапу аdvапtаgеs'It keepsus iпformedаbout the lаtest news,
аnd аIsoprovideseпtertаinmentin the homе.Оп the other hапd, teleуisioп
hаs beеnblаmed for the violent behауiourof some уou|xgpeoplе,апd fоr
enсourаgingсhildreп to sit iпdoors,insteаd of tаking eхerсise,
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Words |ike but, аlthough and howeverarе сalled ,linking words,.
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Underlinethe сorreсtword or phrasеin eaсh sentеnсе.
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
I rеad thе book you Suggеstеd.I didn,t еnjoy it, аIthough/fupуgу11.
In spiteof/Althoughwе warnеd him, Harry still got lost.
Although/HoweverI likе it hеrе, I won,t stay hеrе long.
Сars arе сonvеniеnt. oп the othеrhаndПVhereсs,thеy сausе pollution.
I didn,t havе muсh time, but/however
I managеd to visit lots оf plaсеs.
0 Сathеrinе Won thе raсе, аlthough/dеspifefalling оvеr.
g) Although/In spite of the dеlay, thе train arгivеd on timе.
h) I didn,t managе to jump ovеr thе wa||, аIthough/уefI triеd twiсе.
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Complete eaсh sentenсеwith onе suitablеword.
о ..АLt]:шщh.Tim fеlt tirеd, hе stayеd up to finish his homеwork.
b) Sam didn,t likе skating
.... hе wеnt with his friеnds all thе samе.
с) I found Frеnсh hard at first. ..........
, I soon startеdto еnjoy it.
d) Janе kеpt running, .....................
though shе knеw she сouldn,t win.
е) Мike was lost, but hе
.. rеfusеd to look at thе map.
f) Carol wеnt to sее thе film, ..........
shе had sееn it bеforе.
g) .....................
thе rain, thе sсhool sportsWеrеa grеat suссеss.
h) Hеlеn won thе swimming сompеtition,iГl .....................
of hеr сold.
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Rеwriteeaсh sentenсebеginningas shown. Do not сhange thе meaning.
a) Although it was snowing, wе wеnt out for a walk.
b) Somе еxpеIts think priсes will fall, but othеrs disagrее.
Whilе
с) Еvеn though thеy wеrе losing at half-timе, Сity won in thе еnd.
Dеspitе
d) Dеspite thе hеat, Diana worе hеr wintеr сlothеs.
Although
е) Whеreas last summеr was good, this summer it,s rainеd all thе timе.
Last summеr was good
$ Jamеs had a hеadaсhе,but hе still rеad until latе.
In spitе of
g) Although Jon hadn,t studiеd, hе did wеll in thе tеst.
Jon hadn,t studiеd
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Explanations
What is a
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funсtion?
A funсtion is a vr'avof dеsсribing languagе aссording to its purposе (how it is
usеd). Funсtions саn bе shoгt phrasеs as wеll as singlе words. Typiсal
funсtions aге:offетing somеthing, asking for pеrmission, making a
Suggеstionеtс.
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Thе samе funсtion сan bе ехprеssеdin diffеrеnt Ways.Our сhoiсе of words
dеpеndson:
_ Тhе situationrте arе in: is it publiс or privatе?who еlsе is prеsеnt?
- Тhе pеrson \Yеaге talking to: somеorrеof our own agе? how wеll do wе
knorv thеm?
_ \\-hat \\'еarе talking about: is thе topiс sеnsitivе? or is it light and
unimportant?
Asking for
information
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Тhе funсtions bеlow arе сlassifiеd as formal (= politе), nеutral or informal,
but rеmеmbеr that thе сhoiсе of words dеpеnds on many things. You might
bе talking to a friеnd and you Want to borrow a pеn, so you arе informal.
But if you arе talkin8 to thе samе friеnd and you Want to borrow a largе
amount of monеy you will usе morе formal languagе.
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To ask for information wе сan usе an indirесt quеstion:
(nеutralt
Саn уou teII me whаt time the bus from Glаsgow аrrives?
Сould уou teII me whаt time the bus from Glаsgow аrrives?
(nеutra1r
) Оf сourse.It аrrivesоt 9.З0'
аrrivеs?
Would уou miпd telliпg me whаt time the bus from Glаsgow
(formal)
) Оf сoursenot. It аrrivesаt 9,З0.
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Notе thе indirесt quеstion form (NoT и*а+-+i*еaееs ...).
offеring hеlp:
(nеutral)
Shаll I cаrry this suitсаsefor уou?
(nеutral)
Let me саrry your suitсаsе.
) Thапk уou very muсh./ Тhаnks,but I сап mапаge.
offеring things:
(nеutral)
Would уou like а soft driпk?
juiсе.
) Yes,plеаse,I,ll hаve аn Оrаngе
/ No thоnks,it,s oK'
(nеutral)
Would you like tеа or сoffеe?
plеаse.
/ I don,t miпd.
) I,d rаther hаve сoffее,plеаse./ I,d prefer teа,
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Is it аll right if I leаve eаф?
tinfоrmal t
Саn I leаveеаrly,pleаsе?
l nеutгa1t
) Yes,of сourse'
) Sorry,but уou саn,t, You hаve to stаy to thе еnd.
(formal r
Сould I possiblу leаvе а bit eаф, pleаse?
) Yes,you саn'
(formal)
Mау I lеаveeаф, pleаse?
) Yеs,you mаy.
Whеn wе rеply we oftеn rеpеat thе modal vеrb, but notiсе that lthеn lте
rеply to Сould I Wе say саn лot сould.
Promising
I,II be bасkаt 11.З0.
I tryon,tdo апуthing siIIу!
The word wiII is used in many funсtions.
Пеquests
Cаn уou open the window,pleаse?
(nеutral)
Саn уou help me?
(nеutral)
Сould уou open the window pleаsе?
(formal)
Will/Would уou wаit here, pleаse?
(formal)
Wе сan rеply to a rеquеstby agrееingor rеfusing:
) Sure./ No problem./ of сourse.
) Aсttlаllу,it,s а bit inсonvenieпt'/ I,m sorrybut thаt,sпot possible.
Пеquеstswith
mind
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Rеquеstswith mind arе сonfusing for lеarnеrs bесausе Would уou miпd ''.
mеans ,Is it а problеmfor you?,' So wе Saу ,r1o,if wе want to bе hеlpful.
Would уou mind helping me?
) No, of сoursenot.
) АсtuаIly, I,m quite busy аt thе moment.Perhаps lаter.
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Notе that wе usе an -iпg form aftеt Would you miпd.
Suggеstingand
аdvising
(nеutтal)
(nеutral)
Lеt,s go to the сinemа.
(nеutral)
Whу don,t we 80 to thе сiпemа?
(nеutral)
going
How аbout
to the сinemа?
(nеutral)
We сould go to the сinеmа,
(nеutral)
If wе makе a suggеstionto anothеr person it is adviсе:
I think уou should stау аt home'
(formal)
If I were уou, I,d stаy аt home.
(formal)
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Мatсh what people say (a_|)with the funсtions(1-10).
a) \\Ъuld you likе a сup of tеaz .....t....
b) Ехсusе mе, do you know what timе thе museum opens?
с) .\сtцally,I think I,d rathеr havе a Сhinеsе mеal. ...........
d) l knoщ wе сould walk along thе rivеr.How about that? ...........
е) SoгrY,but I won,t do it. ...........
fl Тhat looks diffiсult. Shall I help you? ...........
g) Еxсusе mе, but do you think you сould turn your musiс down a
hl \\Ъll, to bе honеst, I think you should go to thе poliсе.
i) Is it all right if I go out to thе shops for a momеnt? ...........
i) I'll dеfinitеlybе thеrе at 6.00.I won,t bе latе!
1 Giving adviсе
2 Asking for information
З offеring hеlp
.1offеring somеthing
5 Asking pеrmission
6 Rеfusing to do something
7 Еxprеssing a prеfeтеnсе
8 Мaking a promisе
9 Мaking a rеquеst
10 Мaking a suggеstion
2
UnderIinethe сorrесtword or phrase in еaсh sentenсе.
a)
b)
с)
d)
e)
f)
8)
h)
i)
i)
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I,m vеry busy. Let,sluldJou-miпd giving mе a hand?
If I ,,ilereyoщ I,d write/How аbout уou wite thе lеttеr again.
Why don,t wе go/goingto thе thеatтеtomorrow?
Wouldyou miпd/Сouldyou сlosе thе door plеasе?
Do you likeПVouldуou /ike somе morе watеr?
[ promisе I woп,t do it/I doп,t do it again.
I,ц quitе good at сooking too. Shаll I help/\VouldI hеIpуou?
I,vе a suggеstion' Whу doп,tуou go/Сouldyou 8o to thе bеaсh?
Would I borrow/СouldI borrowyour rulеr?
Аrе you tirеd? I think you сап go/should80 to bеd еarly.
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RepIaсethе parts in itolicswith a more appropriate or aссuratе еxpression.
a) Look, don,t worry about mе, therе,sa bus at 12.3О.So I,m bасkbу 2'oo, I
promisе!
qрk
........|.LL-bp.h
b) A: Would you likе an iсе-сrеam?Or somе сakе pеrhaps?
B: I chooseice-сreаm,plеasе.
с) A: I,m having problеms at sсhool. What do you think I should dо?
B: I tаlk it ovеr with уour pаreпts.
d) A: This suitсase is leally hеavy, and my baсk is killing mе!
B: Do I саrту it?
е) A: I,m not surе what to do this еvеning. Any idеas?
B: You will go to the сiпеmа,perhаps?
f) A: I,vе got an appointmеnt at thе dеntist,s.ShаlII leаvesсhooleаф?
B: Havе you brought a note from your parеnts?
g) Еxсuse me, I want to сatсh a bus from here to London. Tell me how muсh does
it сost.
h) A: I fееl really hungry. Havе you got anything to еat?
B: Do уou like somelemonаde?
i) A: It,s vеry hot in hеre, Аre уou openingthe wiпdow?
B: Of сoursе.
j) д: Come on, hurry up! Tidy your room and make your bеd!
B: No, I doп,t!It,s not fair!
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For eaсh question, сomplete the seсond sеntenсе so that it mеans
'\"*
the first, using no more than three words.
a) Plеasеtakе a sеat.
.. a sеat?
Would...Y!!4..Ш.t!Ld..taki.ng..
..
b) Fruit juiсе wоuld bе bеttеr for mе.
I ................
с) I,d likе you to ъ'ait for mе.
fruit
.........
for mе, plеasе?
d) Will you alloч'mе to lеavе thе room?
......thе room?
е) I,d likе You to tuгn off thе tеlеvision.
Cоuld .
......thе tеlеvision?
..........
Lеt,s go foг a walk.
for a walk?
o)
6/
I promisе not to talk to Riсhard again.
.........to Riсhar d
I ................
h) Would you likе mе to hеlp you?
vou?
,) ;;;;;;;;;;;;";";.;;;;;
Would you ...........
whеn thе planе arrives?
i) Мy adviсe is to sее а doсtor.
If I .............
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I,d seеa doсtor.
Complete eaсh sеntenсеwith one suitablеword. More than one answer may be
possiblе.
a) I think уou .,.{'fuшl.d.....spе.,с morе timе on your homеwork.
you hеlp mе сarrythеsеbags?
b) .....................
you tеll mе what strееtthis is?
с) Ехсusеmе. .....................
d) What a tеrriblе noisеI
.. you plеasе bе quiеt!
е) .....................
go skatingtomorrow.
f) Would you ...........
tеlling mе what timе it is?
g) Thanksfoт thе offецbut I,d .....................
stаy at homе.
h) .....................you
sign your namе hеrе,plеasе,sir?
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i) Plеasе
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.. you likе anothеr sliсе of pizza?
.. I lеavе the tаblе?
Explanations
RеIativeсlauses
Rеlativе pronouns
Rеlativе сlausеs arе short phrasesbеginning with words likе rl'llo,tlшt and tуhiсh
(сallеd ,rеlativе pronouns,,)that dеfinе or dеsсribе pеoplе and things. Тhеге aте
two typеs:
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Defining rеlativе сlausеs:Wе usе thеsе to idеntify еxaсtly whiсh pегson oг
thing wе mеan. Thе information is nесеssaryfor thе sеntеnсеto makе sеnsе.
The doсtorwho treаted me told me not to worry.
In this еxamplе thеrе is morе than onе doсtor аnd wе only know whiсh onе
by thе rеlativе сlausе.
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Non-dеfining rеlativе сlausеs:Wе usе thеsе to givе еxtra information. Тhе
information is not nесеssaryfor thе sеntеnсе to makе sеnsе.Tо show this in
writing Wе usе сommas.
Pаblo Piсаsso,who died iп 1973, wаs а pаiпter апd sculptor,
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whiсh, thаt
Whiсh rеfersto things and thаt rеfеrsto pеoplе and things. Thаt is morc
сommon, еspесially in spеесh.
The bus whiсh goes to Саiro lеаvesfrom hеre.
The womаn thаt we spoketo 8аvе uS directioпs.
The roаd thаt ule took led to ап апcient temple.
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who and уvhom
Who and whom rеfеr to pеoplе.
In formal spеесh and writing Wе сan :шsewhom instеad of lцhowhеrе who is
thе objесt of thе sеntеnсе (sееbеlow). Wе сan also usе tцlhomafter a
prеposition. Howеvеr, this is bесoming lеss сommon and in modеrn Еnglish
spеakеrsrarеly :usewhom _ instеad thеy usе who or thаt.
The peoplеwho live neхt doormаke а lot of noisе'
The peoplethаt live neхt doormаke а lot of пoisе.
It wаs the sаme boy whom I met уesterdау'
(,I,is thе subjесt,,Whom, is thе objесt)
No one kпowsbу whom the viсtim wаs shot.
(aftеrthе prеposition ,bу', bllt YеIy ralе in modеrn Еnglish.)
No one kпows ulho the viсtim wаs shot by.
(normal usagе in spеесh and writing)
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whosе
Whose shows that somеthing bеlongs to somеonе.
The girl whose саsеhаd beепstolenwепt to thepоliсе stсltiott.
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Leaving out the
relativepronoun
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P RA с т I (E
Tо undеrstand whethеr you сan lеavе out the rеlativе pronoun yoщгiтst-iееa
to look at whеthеr thе relativе сlausе refersto the subieсt ot 9fuу{ctof thе
sеntеnсе.
A rеlativе сlausе that теfегsto thе subjесt of thе sеntеnсe:
The doctor who trеаted me told mе not to,worry.
The doсtor (subjесt) treаtedme (obiect).
A rеlativе сlausе that refеrsto thе obiесt of thе sеntеnсе:
The doctor that/whofuhom I spoke to told me not to worry.
l (subiесt)spoketo the doсtor(objесt).
Wе сan lеavе оut the rеlativе pronoun in a dеfining rеlativе сlausе that rеfеrs
to thе objесt.
The doсtor I spoke to told me not to worry.
Wе саnnot lеavе out the rеlativе pronoun in a dеfining relativе сlausе that
rеfеrsto thе subjeсt.
The doctor-who treаted me told me not to worry.
In a non.dеfining rеlativе сlausе wе must keеp thе rеlativе plonoun.
Pаblo Piсаsso, who died in 1973, wаs а pаinter аnd sсulptor.
Wе сan also lеavе out thе rеlative pronoun aftеr a superlativе.
Thаt wаs the best meаI (thаt)I,ve evereаtеп!
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Underlinethе сorreсtword in eaсh sentenсe.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
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An old man, who/whiсhwas сarrying a suitсаse,knoсkеd at thе door.
Тhe winnеr, whiсh/whosebikе was an unusual dеsign, Won a mеdal.
Thе g1r|who/whiсh spokе to mе turnеd out to bе in my сlass.
Тhе musеum, which/whosewas in a bеautiful building, was сlosеd.
A poliсеwoman thаt/whiсhwе askеd told us how to gеt thеrе.
Thе boу whose/whomhollsе I was staying at Was an old friеnd.
Thе last pеrson whiсh/whosepеn I borrowеd didn,t gеt it baсk.
Completе еaсh sentenсewith who, whoseor thаt.
a) Thе friеnd ..'N.!зоsr.......housе I stayеd in is сoming to stay with us.
b) Thе guidеbook
с) Thе сouplе
.. wе bought еxplainеd еvеrything.
.. housе I bought both workеd in my offiсе.
you wеrе talking to.
d) I,d likе you to tеll mе .....................
rulеr I had borrowеdwantеdit baсk.
e) Тhе girl .....................
f) I сan,t rеmеmbеr
8) Do you know
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.. I lеnt my bikе to.
.. Сathеrinе works for?
Deсidewhether thе сlausеin itolicsis Defining or Non-dеfining.Writе D or N
nеxt to еaсh sentenсe.
a) Thе git| who wаs wаiting was bесoming impatient.
b) Thе room' whiсhwаs епormous,was fillеd with linеs of сhairs.
с) Thе studеnts, who werе lаte, waited in thе playground.
d) Thе food which wаs lefr Was еatеn thе following day.
е) A tall gir|, who wаs weаring а hаt, сame into thе room.
f) Thе dog, which wаs lуing on the sofа, had long pointеd еaгs.
g) Thе train-whiсh leаvesаt 8.00 doesn,t stop at Bath.
4
Underlinerelativepronounswhiсh сan bе left out in thеsе sеntenGеs.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
Thе book that John was rеading was a bit frightеning.
Thе tтavel agеnсy whiсh sold mе thе tiсkеt Was nеar my offiсе.
In thе еnd, our holiday was thе bеst that wе had еver had.
Thе dеntist who I go to isn,t vеry еxpеnsivе.
Thе film whiсh Wе sаWlast wееk was muсh bеttеr than this onе.
Thе pеoplе who werе lеaving сouldn,t find thеir сoats.
Thе gardеn, whiсh wasn,t vеry largе, was full of flowеrs.
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Rеwritе еaсh formal sentenсe as an informal one, ending with thе *o.с ф"n.
\
a) Thеsе arе thе boys with whom I wеnt on holiday.
\
with.
...............
t.hp...hp.у.l...I..у'lplэl-'.q'у!.!ll!.idg.y.....
.,'Тhнp,.g'r'e
b) This is thе lеttеr foт whiсh I,vе bееn waiting.
for.
с) Тhat is thе shop fгom ъ'hiсh Suе bought hет bikе.
from.
d) That is thе hotеl at $'hiсh I stayed.
at.
е) Tim is somеonе to whom I haгdly еvеr writе.
to.
fl
Do you know by whom this book was writtеn?
....by?
o\
o)
Ravеnna was thе most intеrеsting town in whiсh wе stayеd.
in
h)
;;,,;;;";;;;;
;;,;;";;;;;;;;;;;:;;"
,;;;;
.........
against.
6
Add a relative pronoun to eaсh sentenсе.
a) Friday was thе last timе I saw Jim.
...Г.ridgу''.w.q,r...t.hе..Lq{.t...&у!1&..thnt..I..,r'awJiш
b) Thе island wе visitеd Was еxtrеmеly bеautiful.
с) Thе girl I mеt was a friend of Philip,s.
d) Thе mеal wе atе wasn,t vеIy tasty.
е) Gina was thе first pеrson I askеd.
f) Thе book I rеad didn,t еxplain thе problеm.
g) Тhе tеaсhег rvе usually har.е was away ill.
h) Thе friеnds I mеt last night sеnd you thеiт lovе.
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Explanations
(o mbi ni ng
r
Look at thеsе short sеntеnсеs.
А bus goes to Саiro. It leаvesfrom herе.
A womаn teасhesus musiс. She аlso plауs iп ап orсhеstrсl'
We took а roаd. It led to ап апcient temple.
We spoketo а womап. Shegаvе us dirесtions.
Wе сan сombine thе sеntеnсеsusing rеlativе сlausеs.
The bus thаt goеs to Саiro leаvesfrom here.
The womаn who teасhеsus musiс аlso plауs iп ап orсhestrа.
The roаd (thаt) we took led to аn аnсieпt temple.
The womаn (thаt) we spokеto gаve us directioпs.
r
Notе that artiсlеs oftеn сhangе (е.8. from а/аn to thе)whеn sеntеnсеsarе
сombinеd.
A girl,s ссlsе-wсts
stolen'Shе went to thepoliсe stсltioп.
girl
The
whoseсаSewаS stoleпwent to thеpoliсе stаtioп.
5€ n tenсes
A doсtor treаtedme. She told me пot to worrу.
The doсtorwho treаtedme told me пot to worrу.
I spoketo а doсtor.Shе told me пot to worry.
The doсtorI spokеto told me not to worry.
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Notе this сommon еIrOr:
.
Whеn wе сombinе sеntеnсеswе do not lеpеat thе subjесt by adding anothеr
pronoun (The bus ... it).
Rе|ativeсlauses
with an -ing form
Thе rеlativе сlausе oftеn has a сontinuous vеrb form:
Сап аlI the studeпtswho аre leаving tomorrowgive bасk their books?
I sent а саrd to thеgirl who-wаs living асrossthe street.
In this сasе Wе сan lеavе out both thе rеlativе plonoun and thе уe'Jrlbе.
Саn аIl the studeпtsleаving tomorrowgivе bасk thеir books?
I seпt а саrd to the girl living асrossthe street.
Whаt as a reIative
pro nou n
We сan usе the rеlativе pronoun whаt to rnеaл the thiпg(s)thсlt.
We didп,t uпdеrstапdwhаt she sаid.
(= thе things that shе said)
Whаt I wсlпtnow is а сup of tеа.
(= thе thing that I \^-ant)
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Undеrline thе сorreсt word in eaсh sentenсe.
\
Thе ttain whiсhhуho goesto Bfghton lеaves from hеrе.
Thаt/Whaf I like bеst is an aftеrnoon at thе beaсh.
I didn,t know who/ъ,hiсhto ask about my timеtablе.
Thе pеоplе whiсh7\vhose
luggagеwas lost had to wait a long timе.
Whеrе,s thе rulег vуhose/thаtI left on this desk?
Thе shop whаt/thсt I wеnt to didn,t havе any milk.
B) Oo you know whom/whosebag this is?
h) Еvеryone ц,ho/.whichwas thеrе will геmеmbеr thе day forеvеr.
i) Thе sесond bls, ulhiсh/ъ,hosеwas full, didn,t stop eithеr.
told him thе answеr.
i) Jim was hеlpеd by someonе who/-whom
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
2
Some sentenсeshave a word whiсh should not be thеre. Write thе word in the
spaсe. lf the sentenсе is сorreсt put a tiсk (/).
a) Thе man whose his сar had bееn damaged was vеry angry.
ti
.'.r.L.w.
b) That was thе longеst film I,vе еvеr seеn.
с) Thе train whiсh it goеs to London lеavеs from here.
d) Thе poliсеwoman who shе stoppеd me askеd mе my namе.
е) Тhе Еiffеl Towеr,whiсh it Was finishеd in 1889, is madе of iron.
0
Еvеryonе that Еlеna spokе to advisеd her to try again.
s) Thе сhildтеn that they livе nеxt door aIе my friеnds.
3
Rewrite eaсh pair of sentenсesas one sentеnсе,and inсlude the word in bold.
Begin as shown, and make any neсessaryсhanges.
a) We want to visit a musеum. It opеns at 1.2'oo.
that
Tt,е
..'!!0!|{.%lk..th+.t..уJ.9.'уу.g.цt...tp'..Yн'it..!P9у'у..'4
b) A boy,s bikе was takеn. Hе visitеd thе poliсе station.
whosе
Thе ...........
с) A friеnd mеt ше at thе airport. Hе сaтriеdmy suitсasе.
whо
Тhе ............
d) Тom сookеd a mеal. It was dеliсious.
that
Thе...........
е) A friеnd is staying with me. Shе сomes from Paris.
who
Thе............
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сtA UsЕ s
2
0 I found a man,s wallеt. Hе gave mе a rеwaтd.
whose
The
g) I go to a shop in thе сеntrе. It is сhеapет.
that
Thе
h) I wеnt to a girl,s party. Shе phonеd mе.
whosе
Thе
i) I know somеonе. This pеrson likеs you.
who
I
4
Put one word in еaсh spaсе, or tiсk (/) the spaсе if the sеntenсe is сorrесt.
a) Wе sеnt a prеsеntto thе сhildrеn .........{.'........
living nеxt door.
b) Мikе doеsn,t rеally know
.. hе wants.
с) I startеdtalking to somе boys ..........
d) I askеdМary .........
sitting by thе sidе of thе road.
shе was thinking, but shе wouldn,t tеll mе.
е) Thеrе werе lots of pеoplе at thе palty .........
f) I don,t rеally know
wе wеnt to.
.. you,rе talking about.
g) .....................
Wе nееd now is a map and a сompass.
h) Wе saw two rabbits
.. playing in thе gardеn.
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Explanations
Yеs/No questions
Quеstions with thе ans\\-ег|'еSot |1oarе formеd with an auxiliary vеrb +
subjесt + rnain r'еrb. Тhе auхiliarу сan bе do, be, hауe ot a modal ver|э |ikе сап,
will еtc.
Prеsеnt simplе
Pтеsеnt сontinuous
Prеsеnt pеrfесt
Past simplе
Past сontinuous
Past pеrfесt
ссtlt/сottld
to
ttlttst,Цlсtltе
Wh-quеstions
Dо уotl live ilt Prаgttе?
Аrе уott sittiпg сotпfortаblу?
Hоve уou evеr еаten oсtoptts?
|
l
Did уou phonе Sttе?
Were уou hаving а bаth?
Hаd уou аlreаdу left?
Саn уou swim? Сould уou seе?
ЬIust уou go? Do уou hоve to go?
Wе сan also makе a quеstion with a quеstion wotd: whаt, why, wheп, who, whosе,
whiсh and holry. Аftеr thе quеstion word wе usе thе samе stluсturе as a Yes/No
quеstion: auxiliary vеrb + subjесt + main vеrb.
Prеsеnt simplе
When do you usuаIly leсше?
Prеsеnt сontinuous
Whаt аrе уou doiпg?
Prеsеnt pеrfесt
|Лrhу hаvе уou stopped?
Past simplе
How did уou feel?
Where were you living?
Who hаd уou told?
Past сontinuous
Past pеrfесt
саn/сould
must/hаve to
Question words as
thе subjeсt
Whаt ссtпI do? Where сould hе go?
Whаt must I do? Whаt do I hауе to do?
Somеtimеs thе quеstion word is thе subjесt of thе sеntеnсе. In this сasе wе do
not usе do/does/did'
Who did уou meеt iп Епglоtld?
Who met уoLl аt thе аirport?
(,vou, is thе subjесt)
(,rvho, is thе subiесt,
.r,ou, is thе obiесt)
|\.ltсlt do саts есlt?
(,сats,is thе subjесt)
(,who,is thе subjесt,
,sеafood,is thе objесt)
|\-llo еаts sеt.tfood?
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Hе9ative
qшestions
Shoгtаnswеrs
27
QUЕsтI oNs
1
A positivе quеstion сould havе a уeSot иo answеr.
Do you like dogs?
) Yеs,I do' / No, I don,t'
We usе nеgativе quеstions whеn wе еxpесt thе answеr lt'ill bе llо. In soсial
situations this makеs it easiеrfor the othеr pеrson tо rеplv politеlv. Сomparе:
Do уou like Mехiсап food?
(thе answеr sееmsvеry strong)
) No, пot reаllу
Don't vou like Meхiсаn food?
(thе samе answеr Sееms morе politе)
) No, not reаIIу'
To makе a short answеr Wе lеpеat thе auxiliary vеrb.
Do you speаkFrenсh?
Hаve you seenthis ftIm?
Did you stау loпg?
Will уou be lаte?
Hаvе you got а peп?
Cаn уou drive?
Yes,I do.
No, I hаveп,t.
No, I didn,t.
No, I woп,t.
Yes,I hаve.
No, I саn,t.
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Writе a question for еaсh answer.
a)
Gеt up? At about 7.З0 usually.
|{hд.t...t.iуlш..dp..Ypц...w.цл.L!у.g.e..t..*p'?.
b)
I was rеading Wаr апd Peасe.
с)
I wеnt thеrе to buy somе food.
d)
So far I,vе only еatеn brеakfEst.
Now you havе to put it in tfiе
е)
ovеnl
l
Yеstеrday?I fеlt absolutеly {wful.
I,m washing my hair. I сan,t
talk, sorry.
BесausеI havеn,t paid thе
еlесtriсity bil1!
My bikе? I lеft it at sсhool.
Мy party? All my friеnds arе
сoming.
2
A family of thrее livеs nеxt door.
I play with my littlе brothеr.
Мrs Dawson tеaсhеs mе maths.
I usually еat a sandwiсh for lunсh.
Horror films frighten mе.
I talk most to my friеnd Dina.
I sit nеxt to Maria in Еnglish.
Мusiс hеlps mе study.
Writе a short answеrfor eaсh quеstion,beginning as shown.
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a) Havе vou bееn ill long?
No,
b) Arе vou rтaiting for rnе?
Yеs,
с) Did \,ou go to thе сinеma?
Yеs,
d) \Vill r.ou bе hеrе tomorгoи'?
Yеs,
е) Did r'ou har.е to pav a lot?
No,
fl Сan уou hеlp mе with this problеm?
po yоu know lr'hеrе thе thеatrе is?
8)
h) Is Gеorgе going to bе thеrе?
No,
Yеs,
No,
I hаvevъt
D-.
)d.
Explanations
Тag questions:
form
r
A tag quеstion is a short phrasе at thе € П C rrj ] stаtепlеnt that turns it into a
quеstion. Tag quеstions arе formеd usiпg зuх1.iз11еs,.iо.l'е' llаt,еor a modal).
A positive statеmеnt has a nеgati\-е ta.q.аrс r.:се-r.еise'
rst.
Youspeаk Frenсh,doп,t уou?
You doп,t speоk Frenсh, do уotl?
lе
r
rfц].
Тag quеstions:use
r
!цi
Hеrе aIе somе еxamplеs of tag quеstiоrrs s1 :,l".-.:{d:ffеrеnt r.етb fотms and a
mixturе of positivе and nеgativе ta.чs.
Prеsеnt simplе
Prеsеnt сontinuous
Prеsеnt pеrfесt
Past simplе
Past сontinuous
Past pеrfесt
саn
сould
should
lrcог.
].liqLLlL
You dotl,t kllоrr гl;; .il:i..1.r dо tоц?
Wе,re аjol'i,i{
.lrir-iji..|'
.7rеп,t $e?
Hе,s moуеd llоttst- ltаstt.t ltе?
You didп,t tеIl ltir' сliсl lou?
I wаsп,t drit'itt"1 {z.;: rl rrs 1.'
Shе hаdll,t ttlеt iilll: [i-":,..hаd shе?
Thеу ссttl,tL,е ltсr. .':: саtt tltrl ?
You сottldll,Г'-gll. l,:. 'i i:.;,:'i ссшld t otl?
You shouldtt,Г ./г rl;'li sltoulсI lou?
Nеgativе tags: if Wе usе a nеgati\tе tag'.\е .\:-.:
.i.е з:l:.'l.tl lтili bе r'cs.
А:You speаk Freпсh, don,t уou?
B:Yes, thаt,S right, I do'
hs.
unсh.
Thе intonation on thе tag сan еithеr risе -: :;.-:
_ if it risеs thеn it is a rеal quеstiоn _ thе s:'еlsе: tS :.l,эtsurе and nееds
information. Тhе othеr pеIson rтil] с..l:.:...с s:еакing аttеrrтards.
l-
А:You speаk Freпсh, don,t уott?
B : Y е s ,t h а t,sr фt, I do . I leап r c,,llt/lii';'I..j .,:.ill;Fr 'lttсеt+,ltеltI w аs аstud ent.
_ if it falls thеn it is
iust a quеstion ft.: С.];]]::::3tion_ thе first spеakеr
Wants to сhесk information and lгill с,:,:t:nuе spеaking aftеrwards.
А:You speаk Freпсh, doп't уott
B:Yes, thаt,s right, I do.
А:Good, beсаusе wе need Soltlеotlеr'.lгr.;l;s/.lt.this emаil whiсh we,ve iust
rесeived.
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Positivе tags: if Wе uSе a pоsitir-е ta.q\tе е\pесt thе answеr wi||beno.
А:You doп,t speаk FrепсLt,do l,ott?
B: No, sorry, I doп,t'
Thе intonation сan risе or fall just likе rтith a nеgativе tag.
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Problems with
PRA с т l с E
r
Thе tag for I оm is аrеп,t.Тhе tag for let,sis shаll.
I,m а fool, аren,t I?
Lеt,sgo to the сinemсl,shаll we?
l
Aftеr an impеrativе wе usе wil/ уou? or won,tуou?
Sit dowп,won,t уou?
Sit down,will уou?
tags
Thе imoerativе with bе a|so usеs wil/ ot won,t.
Be quiеt,will уou?
Bе quiet,-won,tуou? This is ап ordеr!
Thе impеratir.е rvith ltсп,еa|so usеs tvill or woп,t'
Hаvе сl sевt' v,on,t уou?
Reply questions
Wе сan usе a shoгt quеstion to rеplу to what somеonе says. Wе do this to shoиintеrеst, surprisе or unсеrtainty. The mеaning is likе ReаlIу? or Is thаt true?
I'l,е ttеуеr еаtеп spаghetti.
) Hаveп,t уou?
1surprisе)
Wе,re lеаviпg аt 6'00.
(not surе)
) Are we?
Thе rеply quеstion usеs an auхiliary vеrb likе a tag quеstion, but thеrе is no
сhangе of positivе to nеgativе.
l ndi r e сt qu e s t i o n s
r Wе сan bе morе politе by bеginning a quеstion with a short phrasе likе:
Do you know ... ?
Сould уou tell me '.. ?
r Thе word ordеr of an indirесt quеstion is likе a statеmеnt,not likе a dirесt
quеstion.
Whеreis the post office?
dirесt:
indirесt: Сould you tеll me wherethe post offiсe is? (NoT $fu+ibt]*pe'+
dirесt:
indirесt
l
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ф)
Wheп does the ftlm stаrt?
Do you kпow wheп the film stаrts? (NoТ фl
Yes/|'{oquеstiоns usе if
Is this the right street?
dirесt:
indirесt: Do уou kпow if this is thе right strееt?
GRA п nп nA R 28
QUEsтI o Ns
2
This unit also inсludеs furthеr praсtiсе for Gтammar 27 '
Add a short answer to eaсh sеntenсе.
a) Havе you еvеr bееn to Brazi|?
No,
...I,.hду'eit
b) Do you likе sausagеs?
с) Arе you сoming to thе matсh tomorrow?
d) Did Hеlеn phonе you today?
е) Has Jaсk donе his homеwork?
0 Сan Robеrt and Suе skatе?
g) Will you bе latе?
h) Has Juliе got a brothеr?
i) Is that your housе?
i) Did Janе givе you that book?
Add a reply quеstionto еaсh sentenсе.
a) Wе,vе got a tеSt tomorrow.
....Н.qу.e.'w.p..........
?
b) I don,t undеrstandthis sеntеnсе.
?
с) Fiona phonеd me last night.
?
d) I don,t likе iсе-сrеam.
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е) Tom is lеaving tomorrow.
f) Thеrе,sa poliсeman аt thе door.
?
g) Lisa has iust had a baby.
?
h) I havеn,t еatеn Сhinеsе food.
i) Тhеrе isn,t any milk in thе fridgе.
?
i) I mеt David in Franсе.
?
Add a tag question to eaсh sentenсе.
a)
,.
Wе'rеnеarlythere,...I.Г9.!!.|..W
9....l
b) You havеn,tgot a SpaIеP€ П , ...........
с) Yоu,tесoming to my party,.........................
?
d) You won,t bе latе,........................'
?
е) Harry,sfiftееn,.........................
?
0
s)
Katе and Pat live in Lееds,.........................
?
h)
i)
l)
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Make a new sentenсеwith a tag question whiсh has the samе meaning as the
first sеntenсe,beginning аs shown. Make any neсessaryсhanges.
a) I,m surе that Paul doеsn,t like football.
b) I,m сhесking that you,vе got a sistеr.
You
с) I don,t think thаt you,vе donе yоur homework!
You
d) l,m angry thаt you sаt nеxt to Еllеn!
You
е) I,m surpгisеd that thе guеsts havе aтrivеd.
Тhе guеsts
0 I,m сhесking that yоur namе is John.
Your namе
8) I'm surprisеdto mееt you and think that your namе might bе John.
Your namе
h) You,rе сеrtain that you didn,t lеavе your wallеt on thе dеsk.
I
i) You,rе surprisеd that William has got marriеd.
William
j) You,rе сhесking that this book is by Мaтtin Aimlеss.
This book
5
Underline the best sеntеnсe in eaсh сontеxt.
a) Why did you forgеt your kеys! You arе silly!
1 I didn,t tеll you to forgеt thеm, did I?
2 I told you not to forgеt thеm. didn,t I?
b) Ugh! I сan,t bеliеvе it! I,m surе thеy must tastе horriblе!
1 You likе еating snails, don,t you?
2 You don,t likе еating snails, do you?
с) If wе go to Brazil, wе might havе pтoblems with thе languagе.
1 You spеak Portuguese' don,t you?
2 You don,t spеak Pоrtuguеsе,dо you?
d) I told you to kееp thе paтtУ a sесrеt.It,s supposеd to bе a surprisе for Stеlla.
So, I just want to mаkе surе.
1 You didn,t tеll hеr, did you?
2 You told hег, didn,t you?
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е) Well, Mr Robinson, I think it,s timе you tоld thе poliсе thе trrrth. You sее,
wе,vе found your fingеrprints on thе murdеr wеapon.
1 You didn,t murdеr Lord Chumlеy, did you?
2 Yott murdеrеd Lord Chumlеy, didn,t you?
0 only two minutеs to the еnd of thе matсh and Unitеd aге still 5_1 in thе
lеad. lt looks сеrtain now.
1 Unitеd arеn,t going to win, aге thеy?
2 Unitеd arе going to win, arеn,t thеy?
g) I havеn,t sее Ann for agеs.Shе,sworking abroad I think.
1 Shе,sgot a job in Franсе, hasn,t shе?
2 Shе hasn,t got a job in Franсе, has shе?
h) I just сan,t answer this quеstion. It would bе niсе to havе somе hеlp.
1 You сould hеlp mе, сouldn,t you?
2 Yol; сouldn,t hеlp me, сould you?
6
Rewriteeaсh question,beginning as shown. Do not сhange the meaning.
a) What,s thе timе?
lvlt..th..,t.уue-.H.?..'....'....'
Сouldyoutеll ...W
^"
b) What dоеs this mеan?
Do you know .........
с) How muсh does this сost?
Сould you tell mе '...........
d) What timе doеs thе musеum opеn?
Do you know .........
е) Am I in thе right sеat?
Сould you tеll mе ............
f) Whеrе,s Ashаm Strееt?
Do you know .........
g) Is this ТrafalgarSquarе?
Could you tell mе ............
h) Whеn doеs this bus lеavе?
Do you know .........
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Introduсing nеw
r
Wе oftеn usе thеreto introduсе nеw information. Typiсal struсturеsarе:
Thеre аre mаnу possibilitiеs.
somеthing еХists:
There,sа footbаll mаtсh everуSаturdау.
somеthing happеns:
There аre twelvestudentsiп this сlаss.
numbег or amount:
modals:
Thеre сould/mау/shouldn,t bе а problеm.
There seems/аppeаrs to be а mistаke.
Tlrcrеsееttts/сlРРеаrs
to be:
r
Wе сan also usе ir to introduсе nеw information. Typiсal stluсturеs arе:
т I m е 5 'o a \-s'o atеS:
It,s onе o,сloсk'It,s Tuesdаy.
It,s rаiniпg.It rаiпеdаll пight.
thе rr'еathеr:
opinions:
It wаs а diffiсult сhoiсe.
adjесtivеs:
It,s strаnge thаt we,vепеvеrspokeпbеforе,
It looks likе:
It looks like the suп is goiпg to сomeout this
аftеrпooп.
It seеms/аppeаrs:
It seеms/аppeаrs (thаt) our nеw teасheris |аne.
information
a :-^ -
l
l ^ -, -
l^ r
Notе thеsе struсturеswith look, seem and аppeаr.Look is usually followеd by
аs if + subjесt + vеrb, ot bу likе + noun phrasе.
It looks аs if Саrol hаs woп. She looks like а rеаIсhаmpioп.
Seemand аppеаrarе followеd bу (thаt)+ subjесt + vеrb.
It seems (thаt) the Brсlziliаnsаregoing to wiп.
It аppeаrs (thоt) one of thе сustomеrsсаllеd thеpoliсe.
Referringbaсk
If rеfеrsbaсk tо somеthing alrеady mеntionеd.
Thereis а shop аt the eпd of thе street.It is open еverydау.
Notiсе in this еxamplе how thе nеw information is introduсеd with thеrе.
Rеferring to a
Thеreсaл rеfеr to a plaсе.
А fаmous writеr used to liуе therc'
Who is thсlt ovеr therе?
pl aсe
it's and ifs
If,s is a сontraсtion of it is or it hаs' 1rsis thе possеssivеform of if.
I Iikе tllis llotеI.It,s (=it is) сotnfortаblеапd its restаurаntis good.
It,s \= it has) lot a lo\,el!,slt'imпiпg-pool,too'
thеу,rе and thеir
Thа''rе is a сontгaсtion of tllq, аrе. Тhеir is thе possеssivеform of theу.
.\сllо' сltldDolttiliquе llаt,eаrтived.Theу,re both weоriпgthe sаme dress!
Аsk tllеlttto lеаl,etheir сoаtsiп the hаll.
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,Т AND
т, |E RE
Undеrlinethе сorreсtword in eaсh sentenсe.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
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Arе thеir/thеtrany еggs in thе fridgе?
It,s/Itsrеally сold this morning.
Petеr saуs they,re/therearriviлg at about 5.00.
I likе this bikе btlt its/it,swhееls arе too small.
|s there/theу,reanуbodу their/therе?
It,s/Itsa pity wе missed thе opеning of thе film.
housе.
Patriсk and Bridgеt havе sold thеir/theу,re
What a lovеly dog. What,s it,s/its name?
Put it or thеrеin eaсh spaсe.
т-L
iS a trееin thе gardеn.,,.!:...''....is an applе trее.
a) ...!.I(у.o:?....
is going to rain.
looks as if ................
b) ................
in this town.
arе no Iеstaurants
is strangеthat ................
с) ................
,................
.Who,s
is only mel,
that at thе door?,
d)
,..'.............
is thе onе at thе еnd of thе strееt.,
е) ,Whiсh housе is yours?,
sееmsto bе somеthing undеr thе сupboard,but what is
0
Wasnobody
g) ................
appеarsthat ................
3
whеn I phonеd.
Rewriteeaсh sentenсе,ending as shown, so that it has a similarmeaning to the
first sentenсe,and so that it сontains it or therе.
a) Nеаr thе hotеl is a small rеstaurant.
.|here
ts а sуиаLlraЁацrаnt
nеar thе hotеl.
b) You Wеnt to Thailand for your holiday too, whiсh is strangе.
to Thailand
for your holiday too.
с) Мy road has a big trее at thе еnd of it.
road.
d) Brian sееms to havе lеft.
has lеft.
е) Today is rеally сold!
todar-.
f) Budapеst is a long way from hеrе.
tо Budapеst'
g) Your torсh hasn,t got any battеriеsin it.
toгсh.
h) Wе appеar to bе lost again!
lost againl
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Еxplanations
in, inside, out,
r
outside
1n dеsсribеs somеthing сontainеd by somеthing еlsе.
Therе аrе sottlе сllps iп tltсlt сцpboаrd.
Insidе has thе samе mеaning but is usеd foг еmphasis.
Lttсkill, tltеrе у,t.tsttobod1'itlside the burпiпg housе.
l
О ц t m е a n s ,a r r .ar -fr o m thе insidе'and also .no t in thе plaсе w hеr e yo u
u s u a l l v а rе ,.
Сlosе tltе dоor ott t,our w,сtуout'
(= shе,s not at homе)
I,ttt sorтl',Kаtе,s ttot hеrе right пow. Shе,s out.
,out
ОtLtsidеmеans
of a partiсulaг room or building' but still nеar it,.
Kаtе,s outside iп the gаrdeп' I,Il just саlI hеr.
E xpr e ssi on swi t h
Тhеrе arе Inany еХprеssions wtth iп. This is a sеlесtion. Notе that somеtimеs thе
in
dеfinitе artiсlе fЙe is not usеd.
сountriеs
сitiеs
strееts
roads
(no artiсlе)
Mу pаreпtsаrе iп Саnаdа аt the momeпt.
(no artiсIе)
Mу sisterliуes in Mаdrid.
(no artiсlе)
[асk livеs in Gаrden Aveпuе.
She wаs wаlkiпg in the roаd, not oп thepаvement.
hospital
Sаllу is iII апd is iп hospitаI.
prison
Keith stole Some monеу апd eпded up iп prisoп.
.thе mirror,
Тony сould seе his fасе iп the mirror,
.holе/сraсk in, There
wаs а hole in mу shoe.
.hand,
Еllеп hаd сl buпсh of flowers in oпe hапd.
.armсhair,
She sаt iп аn аrmсhаit,.
.thе сountry,
Pсlul апd Mоry live iп the сouпtry, not iп the сitу.
oи dеsсribеs a thing touсhing thе suгfaсе of anothеr thing.
Doп,t leаvе уour bоg on the f7oor.
Thеrе,s а photogrаph of Loпdoп oп tl.tеwаll.
with
Expressions
on
Тhеrе arе manY ехDгеssions with oп. Тhls is a sеlесtion.
transport
.с h a i r '
,t е 1 е r- i s i o n ,
,l т a l l ,
iniilг iрq
.lрft,/,т ioht'
,s i d е ,
.pavеmеnt,
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Тlrcrе*'еrеfa+,pаsseltgеrsoп the plапe/bus/trоiп'
SItе sсltott а сhсlir.
|\.ltаt's on television/the rаdio this evening?
Lеt's ltс-tttg
tltis piсfire on thоt wаIl.
Tiltt сttt ltis foot oп a pieсe of glаss.
Tlrcrе's а сitlеltlсlon the left.
Tltеrе оre smаIl hoцses oп this sidе of thе strеet,
Sltе wсls wаlkiпg iп the roаd, not on the pаvemeпt.
(no artiсlе)
(no artiсlе)
GRA м tvtA R 3o
at, in or to?
l
P LA сE A ND P o slтloN
At and in areboth usеd to dеsсгibе a реrson,s position. Аf shows a gеnеral
loсation at a point or plaсе. In is usеd rгith thе namе of a сontainеr, plасе or
arеa to show that somеonе or somеthing is insidе it. Study thеsе еxamplеs.
ithе plaсе in gеnеral)
We met аt the аirport,
rinsidе thе building)
Wе met in the аirport buildiпg.
l
I,ll see you аt the сiпemа.
thе plaсе in gеnеrаl)
I,ll see уou in the сinemа.
We аrrivеd аt Prаgue Airport.
tlrе ptrасеi
We аrrivеd in Prague.
ihе сitl'
iпsldе thе building)
Тo is usеd with vеrbs of mоtion.
Lаst пight we.went to the сinemа.
Сould you tаke this letter to thе post сlfil-;г"7
I seпt a pаrсel to mу sister.
Ехprеssionswith
Thеrе arе many еxprеssions with сf. This is а sеlеL.-iiо]]a:r.l notе thаt somеtimеs
@t
thе dеfinitе artiсlе fhe is not usеd.
.thе bеginning,/,thе еnd,
,thе fгont,/,thе baсk,
,homе,
There,s сt Сt-tfёаt the old t*':tl,lеstrееt,
Do уott sit сlt tllе fтaпt ,:r аt the bасk of the сIаss?
(no aгtiсlе)
|ohп istt't сlt sсl.tоol'
(no artiсlе)
Hе,s сlt ltotttе.
'work'
Мr Kittg rr.z.sliГ сt rrоrk if-ii.r.l.?l.
,sсhool,
obovе/bеloщ
l
avеr/under
{no altiсlе)
Abovehelow mеan.highеr/lowеr than'. Тhеr.саг'зе usеd rгithоut an objесt.
You сап see the top of the tower аboуe thе trееs"
From thе mountаin, I сould seе tltе Iаkе bеlotl "
Оvеr/under mеan,dirесtly abovе/bеlorr.'. Тhеl.- L'':'tLlпееc an obiесt.
The аIien spасeship hovered over the buildiпg"
I kеep my suitсаse uпder mу bеd.
s
,aсross, oг .соr-ег[пs.
Оver сan also bе usеd likе
There is а footbridge over the motonуа|.
Therе wаs а plastiс sheet over thе ltolе ill Гlт;.rогt.
nехt to/bеsidе,
nеor/bу
l
l
oppositе
l
(= aсross)
(= сovеring)
Neхtto andbesidеmеan,еxaсtly at thе sidе оf'. Bеsiсlесan bе morе formаl.
Mаriа sits пeхt to Pаulа'
Сomе аnd sit beside Шrcon thе softl.
.
Neаr mеans ,сlosеto,. By mеan .at thе sidе of and is oftеn usеd in
dеsсriptions of rooms.
Tom,shouseis nеаr the sportsсе|ltrе.
Therewаs а tаble bу the witldolt'.Hе l+,аsstсltldiпgby the door.
We hаd а holidау пeаr thе seа. (сlosе to thе sеa - a few kilomеtrеs away)
oppositemеans .еxaсtly on thе othеr sidе of, a spaсе.
Thereis а bаker,sopposite our housе'
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L A NGu A GЕ
PRA с т l C Е
ll
1
Underlinethe сorreсtword in eaсh sentenсe.
a) Theгe'sa small shop at/by thе еnd of thе road.
Lr) Paula was standing oп/withonе foot.
с) Lauтa has movеd аt/to Barcе|oлa.
d) Don,t wa|k аt/in thе road! It,s dangеrousl
e) From thе planе wе сould sее thе mountains below/under.
f) Brian spеnt his holiday аt/iп Hungary.
it.
g) Whеn thе horsе сamе to a small Stlеam it jumpеd аboуe/oуer
h) Julia,s housе is аt/oпthе othеr sidе of thе strееt.
D Lisa сut hеr foot аt/oп somе brokеn glass.
j) Tim was sitting iп/oп an armсhair.
2
lf thе word undеrlinеd is not аppropriate, writе a new word in the spaсe.тiсk (/)
the spaсе if the word is сorreсt.
a) Janе,s sistеr has a iob at Мanсhеstеr Airport.
b) I mеt David yеstеrdayф thе сity сеntrе.
с) Еllеn had a largе holе at hеr lеft boot.
d) Jaсk sits in thе baсk of thе сlass.
е) Thеrе was a small tablе at thе bеd.
f) Thе robbеr was holding a gun in onе hand.
g) Thеrе was a bеautiful portrait hanging at thе wall.
h) William didn,t fееl wеll and his doсtor sеnt him to hospital.
i) Thе сhildrеn usually sit at thе baсk sеat of thе сar.
j) To rеaсh our villagе wе takе a road abovе thе mountains.
3
Complеte eaсh sentеnсewith one suitab|еprеposition.
a) Мaria tivеs ...ilt..
Bеllingham Road.
b) Can you put thе platеsbaсk ..........
thе shеlf plеasе?
.. your dеsks!
с) Plеasеdon't stand
.. thе сountry.
d) I,d rеally likе to livе
е) Go down this strееt,and you,ll sее thе сinеma
.. thе right.
f) Тhе poliсе sеarсhеdthе building but thеrе Wasno onе ............
g) I rnеt Anna .........
thе bus yеstеrday.
h) Soгry,Gеoгgеisn,t hете at thе momеnt. Hе,s ...........
i) Aliсе wants to know what's
i) Just as Tom aгтivеd
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.. tеlеvision this еvеning.
.. thе bus stop, the bus lеft.
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AND
P o s l тl oN
CompIеtеeaсh sеntenсewith one suitableprеPosition.
onе hand.
a) Thе statuеwas holding a sword ..'Lw.'',,.'',,.'..
thе сinеma this wееk?
b) What,son .....................
с) Whеn I look
.. thе mirror, I don,t rесognizе m}.sеlfl
.. your bag?
d) What havе you got
.. thе pavеmеnt.
е) Pеtе fоund somеonе,swallеt
0
.. thе сity.
My family movеd from thе сountry
your pullovеr.
8) You,vеgot a small hole ...........
.. thе fеnсе and into thе gardеn.
h) Thе burglar сlimbеd
5
UnderIine the сorrесt word or phrasе in еaсh sеntenсе.
a) Karеn is living аt/fuLondon Strееt.
b) Мaggiе sits bу/nехt fo Sally in thе physiсs сlass.
с) I want to sеnd this lеttеr аt/to Btazil'.
d) Whеn I opеnеd thе box, thеrе was nothing in/iпside.
е) Еxaсtly bу/oppositethе сinеma, thеrе,s a rеally good rеstaurant.
f) Wе had a holiday in a small villagе bу/пeаr Montе Сarlo.
g) Paula lay down аt/oп the floor to do hег еxеrсisеs.
h) Wе had a lovеly mеal in/oп thе planе.
6
Complete eaсh sentenсе with one suitabIe preposition.
a) Byе for now. I,ll sее you .,'4t..............sсhool tomorrow.
b) Wе put a blankеt
.. thе injurеd man to kееp him warm.
It's not far. Wе,rе gеtting
d) Wе found oul сat hiding
е) Daniеl hung his сoat ...........
\) I dесidеd to go to thе shops
су\ What timе is thе nеws
o,
.. a сar.
thе baсk of a сhаir.
.. my bikе.
.. thе radio?
h) I dесidеd to visit my grandmothеr .'.......
hospital.
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Underlinе the соrreсt word or phrase in eaсh sentеnсe.
gеt tiсkеts.
а) Wе aттivеd еarly, sо thсlt tvе/!17-9цlg1_to
b) It wаs too/eпoughlong tо wait, so Wе Wеrrt homе.
с) Tim and Неlеn havе arгivеd, and theу,re/therewaiting outsidе.
d) Thе boу whiсh/wltose bikе I borrowеd had forgotten about it.
е) Wе wеnt to thе bеaсh for/so thаt a swim.
f) Ann fеlt lonеlv beсаusе/sono onе had invitеd hет to thе party.
g) Despitе/АItllougll I fеlt tirеd, I workеd until latе.
h) Wе spеnt a lovеly holiday in/into thе сountry.
i) Yеstеrdaу was so/suсh сold that I stayеd at hornе.
j) Hoтvevеr/h spitе of the rain, wе wеnt for a walk.
2
For eaсh question,сompletethе sесond sentenсeso that it mеansthe samе as
the first, using no more than three words.
a) Although it was latе, wе dесidеd to go foт a walk.
It was tate....h4L..уlg...d.*.цded.........
to go for a walk.
b) John is somеone with whom I usеd to work.
.......with.
John is SomеoneI ................
с) Thе еxarn Was so diffiсult that I сouldn,t finish it.
It was
d)
.... diffiсult еxam that I сouldn,t finish it.
Although it was raining, wе workеd in thе gardеn.
...., We workеd in thе gardеn.
Dеspitе
e) Lеt,s spеnd thе aftеrnoon at thе bеaсh.
How ..........
fl
thе аftеrnоon at thе bеaсh?
Ann,s housе has got four largе bеdrooms.
....four largеbеdroomsin Ann,s housе.
с') We might fееl hungry, so wе,ll takе somе sandwiсhеs.
o/
.... hungry.
Wе,ll takе sоmе sandwiсhеs so that wе
h) Тhе сat hasn,t сomе homе, whiсh is strangе.
hasn,t сomе homе.
r) ;";;;:;;;;
;;;;.;;
;; ;".*:'::;сat
Нaтrv hasn,t got ..........
l)
Whеrе,s thе National Мusеum?
Would
tzo
to go on holiday.
.... tеlling mе whеrе thе National Мusеum
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Deсidеwhiсh answеr (A, B, с or D) best fits eaсh spaсе.
A саseof mistаkenideпtiф
Whеn Diana got off thе train, (\) ',.,0.....Was a Woman rтaltingfor hеr
(2)'.'.,,...'.
?, shе askеd.,(4)...........a
сaг ltaiting for
thе platform.,(3)...........
shе thоught thаt hеr
., Diana Wasnot vеry surprisеd,(6)
busy tо mееt hеr (8) ..........thе Station.
aunt must havе bееn (7) ..........'
you (5)
(9) ...........
was drеssеdr.еlr'
shе did not rесognizеthе Woman,(10)...........
arm, shе was (|2l '.''',.'''.
formally,and had a small briеfсasе(11).....'.....hеr
thе сar.Тhе
tirеd aftеr thе journеy that shе was happy to 8еt (13) ...........
Woman, (14) ...........
, just said a fеw words to thе drivеr,and thеn walkеd arтar-.
shе was. .It,sstrangеthat shе didn,t еvеn introduсе
Diana wоndеrеd (15) ...........
hеrsеlf,,shе thought.
1) A who
2) A bеlow
З) A You Diana,
arе you
4) A Thеrе's
5) A out
6) Aso
7) Aso
8) Aat
9) A Howеvеr
10) A shе
11) A at
1z)
13) ^еnough
A with
14) A howеvеr
15) A whеthеr
4
B thеrе
Bto
B You,rе Diana,
isn't it
B Thеirs
Bin
B dеspitе
B too
Bto
B Sinсе
B who
Bin
Bso
Bby
B dеspitе
B thеrе
С whosе
Сon
С Arе you Diana
С Its
С insidе
Ctoo
С еnough
Сin
С In spitе of
С and
C undеr
С tоo
Cat
С although
С who
Dit
Din
D You arеn,t
Diana
D lt,s
D outsidе
Das
D vеry
Dfor
D Although
D whosе
Dbv
D vеry
D into
D in spitе ot
D hoи'еr.еr
Complеte eaсh sеntenсе with onе suitable prеposition.
thе bus, and Katе sat
Thеrе was anothеr Woman (a) ...9.k..,..........
( b ) ......' .............
h еr
. and star tеd сhatting. Shе said shе w as go ing
,I ,vе go t
..'...''a p laсе
( с ) .....................
an intеr viеw (d) ..
Fo r bеs Ro ad to o .
,I
s
it (е)
.. thе bus stО! ] it s n ot
с a l l е d М u r с o t t H o u sе,,said Katе.
thе r ight (g)
f a r ' I t ,s ( 0 .....................
,In
faсt, Ilivе (h)
Woman rеpliеd.
.. thе еnd о f thе st:ееt'' thе
.. . Whеn ] 1ооk .эu: Оr Il-t\-
wi n d o щ I с a n s е е pеo plе w o r king (i) ...........
\\'hеn t:еl- аr r il-еd
( j ) .....................
t h е sto p, thеy go t o ff and w alkеd uр thе str ееt to gеthеr .
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What would you say in thesе situations?
a) You Warrtto know if Andrеw hаs еvеr bееn to Amеriсa. Ask him.
b) You Want to know if Andrеw has еvеr bееn tо Amеriсa. Ask Amanda.
l-{аsАn.drewevor beе.wta АуиerLcа?
с) You Want to know if Rita likеs rap musiс. Ask Isabеl.
d) You Want to know if Rita likеs rap musiс. Ask hеr.
е) You Want to know if Nigеl еnjoyеd thе film. Ask him.
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You want to know if Nigеl еnjoyеd thе film. Ask Pеtra.
ёol| lbu rvаnt to know if Maria is going to London nехt su[rmеr. Ask hеr.
h r You rvant to know if Мaria is going to London nеxt summеr. Ask Patriсia.
i ) Yоu tтаnt to аsk Patriсia if vou сan borrow hеr mobilе phonе. Ask hеr.
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You want tо ask Patriсia if shе сould lеnd you hеr mobilе phonе. Ask hеr.
Complete eaсh sеntеnсe,using thе verb givеn whеre neсessary.
a book, havеn,tyou?, .Yеs,thanks.,
?, .I ехpесt so.,
a) ,(havе 1ot)'...Y.Q.+.Y93a.t.''...,,
b) .Thеy,ll bе baсk by 6.00'
с) .(go)
.... for a rтa1k,sha1l wе?
.Good idеa!,
.'.. now, arе you? Stay a bit longеr.,
d) ,You (lеavе)
,Sorry, I сan,t. I havе to сatсh thе bus.,
.. ?, .YеS,I think so.
е) Jim and Sara havе sееn thе fi1m,
.Yеs, of
,You сan mееt Hеlеn at thе statlon,
.... ?'
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сoursе I сan.,
.No, I wasn,t.,
g) ,(bе)
.... hеrе yеstеrday, wеrе you?,
.... ?, ,Sorry, I
h) .You don,t happеn to know thе timе,
d o n ' t .'
i) .Both drivеrs Wеrе driving too fast,
right.'
,Y o u ( f о rg е t ) ................
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.... ?' ,Yеs, that,s
,No . H еr е it is.,
.......thе milk, did yo u?,
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Rewritеeaсh pair of sentеnсesas one sеntenсе.Do not сhangе thе meaning.
a) Suе rеad a book. Shе rеally еnjoyеd it.
whiсh
еnjoyеd.
Suе...Г9Д,.8(...?!..b.a,ak'.w.Lу,Lсb..'thr"..r9.4.l,LY........
b) Somе friеnds visitеd mе. Thеy brought rnе a prеsеnt.
who
Thе friеnds
prеSеnt.
с) I stayеd in a hotеl. It was сhеapеr than this onе.
that
Thе hotеl
this оnе.
d) I borrowеd a friеnd,s bikе. Hе wantеd it baсk.
whоsе
Тhе ............
. baсk.
е) I saw thе vasе in thе shop. I wantеd to buy it'
that
I wantеd
.....shop.
A girl sings in thе group. Shе,sgot grееn hair.
who
Thе girl
ol
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grееn hair.
I mеt a girl. Неr brothеr is in rny сlass.
whоsе
. сlass.
h) Wе,rеtaking thе train. It lеаvеsat 4'З0.
that
Thе train
. at 4.ЗО.
A man knoсkеd at thе door. Hе was sеlling brushеs.
who
Thе man
brushеs.
j) I saw a film with Lukе. It was intеrеsting.
whiсh
Тhе film
intеrеsting.
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Look сarefully at eaсh line. Somе lines are сOrrесtbut some have a word whiсh
should not be thеre.тiсk (/) eaсh сorreсt Iine.lf a line has a word whiсh should
not be therе, writе the word in the spaсe.
А cаseof mistоkenidеntitу
Aftеr a few rninutеs, thе сaг stoppеd in front of
a largе hotеl. Thе drivег who opеnеd thе door, and
said, .Рlеasе folloъ'mе., Тhеy lt'еnt up in to a lift.
Problem
сhесk
2...w.hq,
3
Thеn thеrе was a long сorridor with two or thrее
4
doors. Although it sееmеd stlangе so that thе сar hadn,t
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takеn hеr to hеr aunt,s housе, Diana who wasn,t surprisеd.
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Hет aunt, rтho shе n'as vеIy riсh, оwnеd sеvеral largе
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hotеls, и.hiсh shе oftеn stayеd in thеm. I supposе shе fеlt
8
so muсh borеd at homе that shе dесided to stay hеrе.
,Рlеasе you Wait
hеrе, will you?, said thе drivец and
9 .....................
10
disappеarеd into a room at thе еnd of thе сorridor.
11
Тhеrе sееmеd to bе a lot of pеoplе that in onе of thе
12
Iooms. Thеn thе drivеr, who hе hadn,t bееn gonе lоng,
13 .....................
сamе baсk at and askеd Diana to follow him. Thеy wеnt
14 .....................
into a largе room full of pеople, who all startеd сlapping.
Тhеrе was a postеr that it said, .Diana Harris, Supеrmоdеl.'
15 .....................
,oh dеar,, said Diana, ,I
think so thеrе,s bееn a mistakе!,
t7 .....................
16 ...................".
Chесk thе different usеs of so, too and enoughin Grammar 22.
When do we usе 50 and such?
Cheсk the diffеrеnсes bеtween olthough, however and dеspitе/inspitе of in
Grammar 23.
Can you add any more еxpressionsto thе list of funсtions in Gramar 24?
How importantis the intonatlonof your voiсe in sounding politе?
What do you say in similаrsituationsin your Ianguagе?
Сheсk in Grammar 25 for when you сan leavеout re|ativеpronouns.
Cheсk in Gгammar 29 for the mеaning of thеу,rе,thеir and thеrе.
Chесk in Grammar 30 for thе differenсesbetwеen ot' in and to.
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Еxplanatio n s
on and qt
tin
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in
in
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Yеars
Мonths
Sеasons
Parts of thе day
1999
|апuаrу
thesummer
thе morпiпg/аftеrпoon/еvепiпg
.o п
on Wedпеsdaу,
on Fridау morпiпg
on mу birthdау,oп СhristmсlsDоу
Days of thе wееk
Spесial days
lаt
Тimеs of thе day
,thе wееkеnd,
аt 4.00, сlt middау, аt midпight
Holiday pеriods
сlt С hri s tmrls/Е t;ts tеr
Меals
аt breоkfсls t/luпсh/diпner
аt the weеkeпd
.night,
Parts of thе day:
: е l at i on t o t o d a y
5 Sеptеmbеr
6 Sеptеmbеr
7 Sеptеmbеr
8 Sеptеmbеr
9 Sеptеmbеt
:аrts of yesterday,
уestеrdаymorпiпg
this morпiпg
tomorrowmorпiпg
: э day and
: Эmor r ow
I a l e n dar
. е fe r e n сe s
r
аt пight
thе dау bеforеуеstеrdау
yеstеrdау
todау
tomorrow
the dау аftertomorow
уestеrdауаftеrпooп
this аfterпooп
tomorrowаfterпоoп
In thе UK pеoplе saу thе seуепth of Sеptеmberot Sеptеmbеrtlrc sц'еlttjl'
Pеoplе wtite 7 Septеmbеror 7th Sеptеmbеror Sеptеmbеr7th.
Full datеs arе writtеn DaylМonthlYeat
l
эr, sinсe and аgo
lаst пight
toпight
tomorrowпig|tt
7/9/0З.
In thе US pеoplе saу SеptеmbеrSеуerland writе Septеtпbеr7.
Full datеs arе writtеn Мonth/DaylYеar: 9/7/0З.
Wе usе for arrd siпсеlуith thе prеsеnt pеrfесt tо talk abol.rttllilе' i
оеriod of timе aлd sinсe rеfеrs to whеn it startеd.
I,vе livеd hеrefor siх уeоrs.
I,vе livеd hеrеsiпce 2oo1.
Аgo mеans ,bеforеthе prеsеnt,
Wе аrriуеd |Ive hours аgo.
' :еiегs tо а
I stttdiеd Frеttсlt for fl+o I еаrs
I , v e bееt t 1 1 ' . ? i r i i ; s. .i t l с е З . З 0 '
I kllеlу t|trttсlgеs tlgo!
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during or fofl
During and for arе both used to talk about pеriods of time. Duriпg answеrsthе
quеstion ,Whеn?,. Лor answеrsthе quеstion ,How long?,.
I didn,t feel nervousduring the pеrformапсe.
The performаnсelоsted for forф-f|vemiпutes.
by or untiP
By means .on or bеforе,. Until mеans .up to,.
We,ll be therebу 6,oo.
I wаitеdfor Аleх uпtil 6.oo, аnd thenI lеft'
Pleаsegive me уour homеworkbу Frtdау.
I,ll be аwаy uпtil Fridау.
on timе or in timе?
oncе and onе dау
now and nowаdауs
(pеrhapsеarliеr)
(all thе timе up to 6.00)
(Thursdaywould bе finе)
(all the timе up to Friday)
oп timemеans .at thе right timе,. In time mеans ,with еnough timе to do somеthing,.
The plаne took off eхасtlу oп time.
We аrrived in time to hсшeа meаl beforetheplаne left.
Оnсe mеans,at onе timе in my lifе, and only rеfеrsto thе past. Опe dаy сaл
rеfеr to thе past or thе futurе.
Оnсe I owned а motorbike.
Опe dау I wаs tлlаIking throughthe towп сeпtrewhеn I met |ill.
Оne dау I,ll be fаmous!
,at thе
Now mеans .at thе prеSеnttimе, or ,immеdiatеlу,.Nowаdауsalso mеans
prеsеnt timе, and is usеd to makе a strong сontrast With thе past.
Peterusedto live in Rome,but пow he,s liviпg iп Floreпсe.
Youhауeto ftnish...Now/
Nowаdауs peopleаre not аs polite аs theу usedto be.
Notе that thе word ,aсtually, in Еnglish doеs not mеan ,at thе prеsеnt timе,. It
mеans .in faсt, or .rеally,.This is a сommon mistakе.
thеn, oftеrwords,
аftеr and lаter
.nеxt, in a sеquеnсе, аfterwаrds
Theп and аfrеrwаrds arе similar. Thеn is usеd likе
is usеd likе .at a latеr timе,. Аfrerwаrds сan сomе at thе еnd of thе sеntеnсе.
We went to the сiпemа, аnd theп we hаd сtpizzа.
We went to the сiпеmа, аrld оfterwоrds we hаd а pizza.
We went to thе сinemщ aпd hаd а pizzсt оfterwаrds.
Аftеr is usually followеd by an objесt.
After the film we hаd а pizzа. After thаt we ууeпthome.
Lаter mеaпs,aftеr somе timе,.
\,[rs |rltttеs ist't,tlrcrе сlt tllе tпonlent. Сап you сome bасk lаter?
ot the end, in thе
еnd and ot lost
Аt tlrc elld rеfеrs to a point in timе.
Аt the епd of tlrc film wе аll сried.
Itl tllе еtld mеans .aftеr a lot of timе, or еventually,.
Wе wсtitеd for Тim for аgеs, аnd in the eпd we lеfr.
Аt lсlst makеs a сommеnt that wе arе plеasеd a long wait has еnded.
At lаst,we саn bе togеther!
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Underlinethe сorrесtword or phrasеin еaсh sеntеnсе.
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a) I mеt Тina а dаy/onе-dоуlast wееk.
еvеrУonеsееmsto wаtсh toо muсh tеlеvision.
lэ) Iп thesedаys/I'trowаdс|ys
с) This morning/ThemorniпgI was busу in thе gaг.dеn.
d) Wе havе to finish this pтojесt bу/ttпtilthе еnd оf thе lтееk.
llе'tf 'J.i...
е) Byе. I,ll sее уou the dаy аfter tomorrolr'/tltс
f) Duriпg/Whilethеfilm I rеmеmbегеdrтhегеI.d lеш пr-kеr-s.
g) John playеd tеnnis, aпd аfter/аfrerwсlrds
had а shоrtег.
h) Hеlеn,s birthday is in/oпJanuary 1Oth.
Complеte the seсond sentenсeso that it has a similаrmеапiпgto thе first
sentenсe.
a) Wе had lunсh, and aftеrwards wе wеnt foт а соffее.
Aftеr....W9.
h4!d./.И4.q(...h..qd..LИ.n.рh,..W.9..|t:э!A..3.r.'"q,..с.
b) Jill is nеvеr latе for lеssons.
Jill is always................
с) I won't lеavе bеfore 8.00.
I,ll bе hеrе
d) I,vе bееn living hеrе for thrее months.
I startеdliving hеrе ...........
е) Whеn wе mеt for lunсh it was 12,О0.
Wе mеt for lunсh
f) What do you do in your сountly on Januагr.1st?
What do you do in your сountly on thе ....
g) I,ll sее you not tomorrow but thе nехt dar'.
['ll sееyou thе
h) It,s 10.00and I,vеbееn waiting hеге sinсе , "t.!l.t.
hours.
I,vеbееn waiting hеrе ...........
CompIеtееaсh sentеnсewith onе suitableword.
mv biгthday?
a) Would you likе to go out .''..Q.уI............
b) Rita movеd to this town four yеaгs..........
I won,t phonе Jason now. I,ll phonе him
d) I wokе up twiсе
е)
0
.. thе night.
.. midnight thе frog turnеd into а prinсе.
Pеoplе in сitiеs usеd to takе thе bus, but
'. most usе thеir сars.
o\ Lu с k i l y R a с h е l ar r ivеd j ust .....................
timе to сatсh thе tr ain.
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h) Wе fеlt finе in thе rеstaurant, but wе both fеlt ill
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Rewritе eaсh sentenсe so that it has a similar meaning and сontains the word in
bold.
a) I spеnd the summer at thе sеasidе.
in
....'{.."9'q...tp...th*.lgliq!э.'!.ry..th{,..{*.ry!.цp-r,.
b) I startеd at this sсhool in 1,997,
sinсе
с) Gеorgе had a bath and aftеr that washed his hair.
thеn
d) Dina lеft my housе at 10.00.
until
е) Thе train arтivеd еxaсtly when it was supposеdto.
on timе
I won,t arrivе latеr than 2.00.
by
s) Paul triеd hard but finally gavе up.
end
h) I was too latе to say goodbyе to Lisa.
timе
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Сomplete еaсh sеntenсewith one suitable word.
a) Did you slееp wы ..I\'{.t..
night?
b) .....................
thе hot wеathеr,wе havе our mеals in thе garden.
с) .....................
thе lеsson,Мikе and Carmеn dесidеdto play basketball.
d) John hasn,tsееnСristina .....................
thrееwеeks.
е) I know that ...........
day you will bе a star!
f) It,s vеry impoгtant to aгrivе .........
timе for thе еxamination.
g) Thе тobbеr ran out of thе bank and was arrеstеdshortly
h) Thеrе is a lot of noisе in our Strееt.........
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Explanations
Сount ab]e an d
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A сountablе noun has a singular and a plural form. Тhе piural may bе
irrеgular.Wе сan usе numbеrs with it.
one book,threebooks oпepossibiliФ, tуvopossibilities, onepiесe,four piесes
oпеperso|l,threepeople one сhild, ttцtoсhildreп onе-womап,four womеп
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An unсountablе noun has only onе form. Wе сannot usе numbеrs with it.
work love progress wаter iпformаtion Еnglish (languagе)
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Typiсal unсountablеs arе:
unсount abl е
Matеrials and substanсеs:
Abstraсt idеas:
Aсtivitiеs:
Human fееlings:
Сount abl e and
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Notе thе words bеlow whiсh arе unсountablе in Еnglish but сountablе in
many othеr languagеs:
ассommodаtioп,аdviсе,bеhаviour'bttsiпеss,саsh, equipment,furniture,heаIth,
homework, iпformоtion, knowIedge, Iuggаge, moneу,p еrmissi oп, rubbish,
Sсenery|trаffiс, trаvel, wеаther,work
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Сountablе nouns сan bе singulaг or plural.
Thе book is over therе.
The books аte oуer there.
Unсountablе nouns arе always singular.
Freпсh is diffiсult.
IIis аdуiсе-wasvery useful.
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With сountablе nouns Wе сan iцseо/аn arrd some.
Sue hаs got а book/somebooks аboutАnсient F,gуpt.
With unсountablе nouns Wе сannot lшseа/ап.
Sue hаs got some moneу to go on holidау this уeаr,
Сould I hауesome iпformаtion?
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Someis сommon in positivе sеntеnсеs.Аnу is сommon in quеstions and
nеgativеs.
We,vеgot some juice, but wе hаven,tgot аnу glаssеs.
Hаve уou got аnу сups?
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But Wе сan :uSеSomеin a quеstion if it is an offеr oI rеquеst.
Сould I hаve Some morеteа,pleаse?
And wе сan usе апу in positivе sеntenсеsif wе mеan .it dоеsn,t mattеr
whiсh,.
I,m freеаnу dау пeхt week'
unсount abl е :
gr ammar
somеor аnу?
plаstic, iroп, wood,pаpеr, wаter,аir, сoffee
Iife, [un, freedom,progress,heаlth, time
work, trаvеl, sleep,footbаll, help, rеsеаrсh
hаppiпess,аnger,hoпеstу,hope,respесt,сourаge
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Anу always has thе mеaning of ,no limit,. Comparе:
(I know what to do)
Is thеresomething I сап do to help?
(I,ll do whatеvеr I сan)
Is thereаnуthing I cап do to help?
Hаve уou got some letters for mе?
(Thеrе arе partiсular lеttеrs I am еxpесting)
Hаve you got аnу letters for me?
(I havе no idеa if you havе lеttеrs for mе or not)
mony and much
Маnу is usеd for сountablе nouns and muсh is usеd for unсountablе nouns.
Thеy arе usеd mainly in quеstions and nеgativеs.
How mоnу сhаirs аrе there?
Therеаrеп,tmаny сushioпs.
How muсh money hаvе we got?
Thereisп,t muсh wаter here.
Change of
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me ani ng
Somе words сan bе сountable oI unсountablе with а сhangе in mеaning. Thе
сountablе mеaning is spесifiс and thе unсountablе mеaning is gеnеral.
а ftsh (thе animal)
а busiпеss(a сompany)
а noisе(a spесifiс nоisе)
а hаir (a singlе piесе)
а pаiпtiпg (onе objесt)
а work (a work of art)
а loаf (a loaf of brеad)
а coffee(a сup of соffее)
a paPer (a nеwspapеr)
а wood (a small forеst)
rlп iroп (for prеssing сlothеs)
а glаss (for drinking)
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somefish (a portion of food)
business(in gеnеral)
noise (in gеnеral)
hаir (a||tоgеthеr)
pаintiпg (thе aсtivity/hobby)
work (in gеnеral)
somеbreаd(in gеnеral)
someсoffee(thе matеrial)
Somepаper (thе material)
somewood (thе matеrial)
someiron (thе matеrial)
someglаss (thе matеrial)
Look at thеsе еxamplеs:
I hеаrd а Strапgeпoise.
I boughtа pаintiпg lаst week.
Diапа hаd а vеrygood eduсаtion.
A knowledge of boаts is usфI.
Сап уou buy а loаf from the shop?
I cап,tstаnd пoise.
Do you like pаiпtiпg?
Eduсаtion is very importапt.
Kпowlеdge is the keу to SuссeSS'
Сап уou buу some breоd from thе shop?
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Onе group of nouns only has a plural form and takеs a plural verbzclothes,
сontепts,feelings, glаsses(for your еуеs),iеапs, stаirs, trousers
Mу trousеrsаre too tight.
The stаirs аrе vеry Steep.
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Onе group of nouns сan bе followеd by еithеr a singular or plural verb: аrmy,
аudieпсе,сlаss,сompапy,сrowJd,fаmily, goverпment,grouP,public, teаm
The Governmеnthоs/hаve deсidedto resigп.
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Thе word .nеws,is followеd by a singular verb.
The neу,s is on.
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Thе word ,poliсе, is followеdbу a plural vеrb
The poliсe аre сomiпg.
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A ND UNсo UNтA BtЕ
NoUNs
Underlinethe сorrесtword or phrasein еaсh sentеnсе.
How muсh/Howmапy pasta havе wе got?
Whеrе is/аrеmу nеw trousеrs?
I put some/аnyсhoсolatе somеwhеrе,but whеrе is it?
Pеtеr wеnt to brу а/somеglass so hе сould fix thе brokеn и.indorts
I,m afraid wе havеn,t got muсh/mаnуtime,
fl How muсh/How mаnу flltлiturе shops arе therе?
g) I,vе found thе milk but I сan,t find а/someg|ass.
h) Mary,s adviсе wаs/werеnot vеry usеful.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
2
Put one word in eaсh spaсe.Put a dаsh (_) if thе spaсeshouIdbe b|ank.
iron?
a) My tlousеrsnееd ironing. Havе you got ...?!!k.'........'..
.. loaf, plеasе?
b) Сould you go to thе bakеr,sand buy
infoгmationabouttrainsto Paris.
с) I,d likе .....................
vеry good hеalth.
d) Louisеhas ...............'.....
е) Thе war еndеd
f) Vanеssabought
.. yеars ago.
.. papеr and rеad it on thе bus.
adviсе,plеasе?
g) Сould you givе mе .....................
.. peoplе in this villagе?
h) Do you know
3
Complete the seсond sеntenсeso that it has a simiIarmeaningto the first
sеntenсeand сontainsthe word in bold.
a) Lеt mе tеll you what I think you should do.
adviсе
Lеtmе .g Lu.'a.
у.q.|L..{.o'|w,..4dу]{.?,...............
p,'
b) I nееd a сlеan pair of trousеrs.
any
I havеn,tgot ............
с) Thеrе isn,t a lot of watеr in the pool.
muсh
и-atеr iп thе рoоl.
d) I havе to wash my hair.
washing
My hair
е) Thе book didn,t сontain any information.
in
Thе information .........
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Choose thе best alternative, or 2, to сomplеteеaсh sentеnсe.
a) Thе firе is going to go out. Сan you go and gеt...!!.|n9..w.p'q.\'........
1 a wood
2 somе wood
b)
monеy all ovеr thе floor!
; ;;;;
;;;;,";";;
-;,
с) Lе r n o n a d е ? Sо rr y , no , w е havеn,t go t ..........'..
1 somе
2 aг'у
d ) Pеtеr kееps
at thе bottom of his gardеn.
1 a сhiсkеn
2 somе сhiсkеn
е) Thе information Wе wеrе givеn
1 wеrе vеry usеful
2 was vеry usеful
pеoplе wеrе thеrе on thе bus?
f)
1 How many
o)
6/
2 How muсh
Lo o k a t R i t a ' s h a i r.
1 It,s grееn
.............
!
2 Thеy,rе grееn
h) I ,v е с a l l е d t h е p o liсе and ............
1 thеy,rе on thеir way
2 it,s oл its way
i ) T h е a s s е m b l y h a l l w as full o f ..............
1anoisе
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2noisе
Complete еaсh sentenсe with onе suitablе word.
a) I wantеd to havе a bath but thеrе wasn,t any hot '...wАt.ar......'.
b) Whеn is thе .........
on? I havеn,t hеard any today.
с) Tim,s еyеsight was bad and hе had to havе nеw
d) Laura had to pay еXtra at thе airport bесausе shе had too muсh
e) If you Want to makе an omеlеttе thеrе arе somе .........
in thе fridgе.
f) You сan,t сut that With a knifе. You nееd somе
gt \\-е nееd somе brеad. Сould you go and buy a largе
h r \\- h е n |f u g$ ц r o i я т lan ^llt n{ t} r рho usе hе r r .asar r еstеd|э Уa...........
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Еxplanations
lnd e fi ni t е ar t i сl e:
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а on
Wе use а/аn whеn thе listеnеr doеs not knolr- rthiсr pеrson oт thins Wе arе
talking about. Сomparе:
Tim works iп а fасtorу.
Tim works iп the fасtorу down the roа'd.
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lrl'е dс:: : яl].-'т lthiсh faсtory)
trr-еkl.-..'' ;тhi;h faсtоrl-l
If wе rеfеr to somеthing for thе first timе it lтill bе:lе-'.,'.г.:.::lа:1оn ior thе
listеnеr and so Wе usе а/ап. Оthet rеfеrеnсеs to thе s:rrе li:r::: jsе ii].
bесausеnow thе listеnеrknows what wе arе talkins аi:::.
I,veboughtа пеw mobilephone, It,sgrеаt.Thе pltottе: ||':..:
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Wе :usеа/аn to dеsсribе somеthing.
Kоzаkstап
It,s а lovеIydау.
is ап епoпttotls сО|l,Itrl
Notе thеsе two Ways of saying thе samе thing:
Ап oсеlot is а wild оnimо|
similаr to а leopаrd.
oсelots аrе wild animаIs, similаr to leopоrds'
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Wе usе а/ап to dеsсribе thе job or thе сharaсtеr of a pеrs:l
Mаry is аn eпgineer.
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Peter is а fool!
A/аn mеan .onе,, So Wе сannot lцsе а/ап with unсountabLе :] . .:.s
(not two)
I,ve got а brother апd а sister.
Сап уou give me somе informаtioп?
Zero artiсlе
(not *111fвfl++t1+j-ч
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Notе that а/ап arе unstrеssеd,and arе plonounсеd /эr and ::
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Wе usе Zеro artiсlеwith plurals and unсountablеnouns rr'lе:. ..".+
,:= :з.king
gеnеrally.Сomparе:
Dogs аre пot аllowedin this shop
The dogs next door bаrk аll пight.
MiIk is good for уou.
The milk on the top shеlf is fаt-freе.
lno ar t i с| е )
Hеrе arе somе еxamplеs showing thе usе of zero artiсlе tt. i:.r .е:еiаl.r-:
Мatеrials:
This сhаir is mоdе of plсlstiс ,;,"'|lеothеr'
Food and drink
I lovе сhoсolаte. I doll,t likс orLul!е illiсе.
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Abstraсt idеas:
Wаr is а terriblе thiпg,
Languagеs:
Spаnish is spоkeп bу,сlboutзl-.ll-r
/lj:;:;.]i:
!.0Рlе.
Aсtivitiеs:
Speаkiпg is not pеrпiffе.7 ,7llrjlli iilс il-,ltttitt,-ltiot-t.
Zеto artiсlе is usеd with most сountriеs, statеs and сitiеs.
Маrie сomes fтom Frопсe.
Los Аngelеs is iп СаIiforniа'
But сountriеs whiсh arе a group or plural havе a dеfinitе artiсIе.
Wе left the Uпited Kiпgdom апd сrossеd to the |iethеrlапds.
Notе also that Grеаt Britаin has zеro artiсlе.
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Zеro artiсlе is usеd with gеographiсal arеas,lakеs, mountains and islands.
We уisitеd Lake Viсtortа. It,s iп Eаst Afтicа.
Theу сlimbеd Mt. Everest iп reсordtimе.
Heleп speпtlrcr holidаyson Сrete.
Zеro artiсlе is usеd with most strееts.
I bottg|tttllis dressfrom а shop iп Bond Street.
But wе usе flle for thе phrasе the High Street (this mеans thе main shopping
strееtin a tolvn).
Zеro artiсlе is usеd with namеs of buildings with a plaсе namе bеfoге.
\\,еt'isitеdBlenheim PаIасe аnd Сoventry Саthedrаl.
But iте use thе whеn thеrе is a phrasе With oraftеr thе noun.
I1.еI'isitеdthe Houses of Pаrliоmeпt.
Zегo aгtiсlе is usеd with namеs, blt the is usеd with titlеs.
Саrol Pаrker is the Miпister of Сommunicаtions.
Zеro artiсiе is usеd with mеals whеn wе rеfеr to thеm in gеnеral.
Dinпеr is аt 7,З0.
But сomparе with thеsе еxamplеs whеrе Wе arе not talking gеnеrally:
(mеntionеd for first timеt
therewаs а dinner.
'lt tlrc епd of the сoпfеreпсе
Tltе dinner thеуserveherеis reаllyfапtаstiс.
(wе know whiсh dinnеr)
Zеro aгtiсlе is used with gеnеral historiсal rеfеrеnсеs
Prehistoriс Europe/Anсient Rome is а fаsсiпаtiпgperiodof history.
Zегo artiсlе is usеd with bу for gеnеral forms of tlansport.
\\е t+,еnt
thеrebу саr.
But сomparе with thеsе еxamplеs whеrе Wе arе not talking gеnеrally:
I\е wеnt thеrein а reаIlуold саr'
(mеntionеd for first timе)
1\'еt+,епt
thеrein the саr mу sisteruses.
(wе know whiсh сar)
\otе a]so that wе saу on foot.
Zетo artiсlе is usеd with сеrtain buildings, whеrе thе purposе of thе building
is morе important than thе plaсе itsеlf. Сomparе:
(whiсh prison is not importantt
littt is in prison.
\{у сompаnуis rеbuildiпgthe prison.
(onе partiсular building)
\\:огdsof this typе arе:
be iп ot go to
hospitаl, prisoп, bed, сlаss, сourt
be аt or go to
work, sсhool, universitу,seа
With ,homе,
be аt home,go home
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Sее Grammar З5 for aсtivitiеs inсluding fhe.
1
Under]inethе еrrors in these sentenсes.Rewriteeaсh sеntеnсе.
a) Havе you еvеr visitеd Unitеd Kingdom?
. Н,qу.е..Yo.ф...eу9I..w,|ited'..th*..шlзItel.!1,.vd.qwL?
b) on our trip, wе visitеd thе СantеIbury Cathеdral.
с) Lovе is wondеrful thing.
d) Тhе pеts arе not pеrmittеd in this hotеl.
е) Rabbit is small wild furry animal with long еars.
f) Thе Nеw York is in Unitеd Statеs of thе Amетiсa.
2
Put o/on or leavе the spaсe bIank.
a) ....;.... lоvе makеs thе world go round.
Gеrman сar.
b) Shеila has got
West Strееt.
offiсе in
с) Rita works in ...........
friеnd who is
d) I,vе got ...........
е) Paul goеs to
еlесtriсian.
musiсians.
spесialsсhool for ...........
sсhool.
hospitaland сan,tgo to ..'........
0 Jaсk is in ...........
doсtor.
univеrsity and study to bе ...'.......
g) ValеriеWantsto go to
3
For eaсh question,сompletethe seсond sentеnсeso that it meansthe same as
the first, using no more than threе words.
a) Мary tеa,сhеsЕnglish.
Мary ....1{..qr!:.'.'..........
b) Сharlеs has a faсtory job.
Еnglishtеaсhеr.
....faсtory.
Сharles works
с) You arе not allowеd to park hеrе.
not allowеd hеrе.
d) Fabio is on a ship at thе momеnt.
At thе momеnt
....sеa.
е) Wе walkеdto thе station.
Wе wеnt to ..............
foot.
.........
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Dеfinite artiс|e: thе
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Wе usеthe whеn it is сlеarwhiсh thing or pеIson Wе arе talking about. Thе
points bеlow еxplain this in morе dеtail. Сomparе:
The wаr between thе two сouпtries lсlstеdfor siх wееks.
(wе know whiсh war)
Wаr is в tеrriblе thiпg.
(war in gеnеral, so Zеro artiсlе)
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Wе oftеn usе thе whеп wе rеfеr to somеthinя that wе mеntionеd bеforе,
usiпg сt/аtl,
|\|еsаw a good film lаst пight. It'wаs the пew film bу Вerghiпi.
But lvе сan usе the for thе first timе that wе rеfеr to somеthing if it is сlеar
from thе Contехt whiсh onе Wе mеan.
I\,lrcrе,sthe пewspаper?
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\\'е oftеn usе tllе with phrasеs inсluding of Сomparе:
Т]tе fiItttl+,сlsсlbout the lovе of а girl for her саt.
lor,с ls Ll \\'otЙеrftllthing! (lovе in gеnеral, so Zеro artiсlе)
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\\-еusе |llс rthеn thеrе is only onе of somеthing. It is сlеar whiсh onе Wе
mеan.
Hotц tttсtttt'
L1;tro|lа|lts
llсп,еlапded on the moon?
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Wе usе tlle for nationalltiеs and оthеr groups.
I rеаllу аdmirе tltе Itаliсltts,
The old, the siсk аlld tltе L|t|еttlploуеd пеed our spесiаl саrе.
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Notе thеsе othеr usеs оf rhe:
Playing musiсal instrumеnts:
Timе:
Dо l'ottplсtу,the guitаr?
Supеr1ativеs
Fixеd phrasеs
Namеs of ships
Oсеans
Rivеrs
Тltis is the biggеst oпе. / You аrе the flrst.
Tltе sooпеr the bеttеr.
ht tllе pсlst/itl the future
But: сt prеSепt
I,\'еsоilеd on the Neptune.
The PасifLс, the Atlоntiс
The Amаzon,
the Dаnube
The is usually pronounсеd idэl bеfoтесonsonants aг'd lбу'l bеforе vowеls.
Thе begiппiпg' The епd,
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UndеrIinethe сorreсtword in eaсh sentenсe.
Whеrе,s ап/thееlесtriс hеatеr? I сan,t find it.
What hаppеnеd at аn/the еnd of а/the fi|m?
David has ап/thеappointmеnt at а/theoptiсian,s.
Ап/The old pеrson sometimеs fееls lonеly.
Pеtеr owns а/the largеst modеl planе in а/the wofld.
Luсkily а/the firе brigadе soon сamе and put otlt а/the fire.
Harry,s mothеr bought hlm а/theguitar for his birthday plеsеnt.
I,m thinking of buying а/therlew pair of trousеrs.
In thе еnd thеrе was а/thewar bеtwееn thе two сountriеs.
i) I didn,t know аn/theanswеr to а/thеquеstion, so I lеft it out.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
2
Completethе seсond sentenсеso that it has a similarmeaningto the first
sentеnсe.
a) Franсеs is a vеry good pianist.
. vеrywеll.
.P.l4.4p..
Franсеs'..B!лY.l..t.h*
''..
b) Poor pеoplе nееd hеlp from thе Govеrnmеnt.
Thе Govеrnmеntshould ................
......poor.
с) Traсеy,sbikе is fastеrthan evеryonе еlsе,s.
... fastеst.
Traсеy,s
d) Tom has a doсtor,s appointmеnt.
doсtor,s.
Tom ..........
е) The film was about an artist,slifе.
... of an artist.
Thе film
f) Thе only goal of thе matсh was sсorеd by ltaly.
Thе only goal of thе matсh
3
... Italians.
Put o/on or thе in eaсh spaсe or leave the spaсe blank.
i, ...thP.'lаrgеstсruisеship in ....t!*'.world.
a) ..'тIt--.Prеsidеnt
happinеssWasimportant.
сlassagrееdthat ...........
b) Еvеryonеin ...'.......
door.
strangеpеIson at ...........
с) Thеrе's
d) Somеonе who saw
robbеry сallеd
poliсе.
tall man sat in front of mе.
film, ...........
bеginningof ...........
е) At ...........
sandwiсhand lvaitеdfoг
station,I atе ...........
n Whеn I arrivеdat ...........
train.
...........
good job.
gоod еduсationusuallygеts...........
pеIsonwith ...........
Еmbassyсinеmа?
nеw film at ...........
h) Havе you sееn ...........
s)
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Inсludеspraсtiсеof Gтammar 34 and З5.
Put а/on/thеin eaсh spaсe, or leave the spaсe blank.
a) .!.|.|9.,..
Сhinеsе eat..qt........lot
of ...:.....riсе.
b) ...........
most pеoplеthought that ...........
BеatlеsWеrе...........
vеry good
8Iouр.
с) I usuallr-drink ...........
glassof ...........
milk in
morning.
d) \\-hat's
diffеrеnсеbеtwееn
rabbit and ...........
harе?
е) ........'..
first pеrson who сrossеs
finishing linе is
f)
playing
guitar is ...........
intеrеsting
g| ...........
Rеbессagot on
hl Тhеrе's
nеWspapеrshop at
il In ...........
past, most of
it I nееdеd
bus and bought
еnd of
population livеd in
winnеr.
hobby.
tiсkеt.
strееt.
сountry.
nеw pair of trousеrsso my mothеr gaYе mе
monеy.
Сorrесt thе еrrors in thеse sentenсesby adding or removing o/аn/thе.
ai Сould you gеt loaf of brеad from bakеr,s?
...Qq.+!'d..'уp,|+..g'e..t..4..!qnf..рf..b'rgad..fro,ш..
................t......v...
b i Тhе milk is good for thе сhildrеn.
с t Тhе John is at a work at momеnt.
dt \\:еtravеllеd to thе Hungary bу a car.
е) Havе you got a brothеr or thе sistеr?
fl \Var bеtwееn two сountriеs Was longеst in the history.
8) Who was first astronaut who walkеd on moon?
hl \ilе is longеst rivет in world.
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Rewrite eaсh sentenсe so that it has a similar meaпing and сontains the word in
bold.
a) Wе travеllеd thеrе by train.
on
....Wr..trqу.p'|!,e!(...thf,:e..p'r!..th&.trqLw..
b) Thеre isn,t a largеr sizе than this onе.
largеst
с) Clara sings for hеr living.
singer
d) Pеople who are unеmployеd oftеn fеel dеprеssеd.
thе
е) Anna is lеarning to bе a guitarist.
play
Мikе is an offiсе.workеr.
works
s) Mariе is a Frеnсhwoman.
Franсe
h) David is still working.
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Complеtе the seсond sentеnсeso that it has a similarmеaningto the first
sentenсe.
a) I didn,t еxpесt to sее Darrеl.
....Dfl.rrr,'|..у/q{.,tht,',,..'....'lastpеrsonIеxpесtеdtosее.
b) Do you havе a dog in your housе?
Do .............
homе?
с) Niсk tеaсhеs сhеmistry.
Niсk is
......tеaсhеr.
d) Мy friеnds gavе mе a wondеrful prеsеnt.
......gavе mе Waswondеrful.
е) Thе Australian сapital is Canbеrra.
Сanbеrrа
......Austтalia.
Thе Frеnсh lеsson is thе first tomorlow.
......Frеnсh.
s) Somеonе is phoning you.
Thете,sSomеonеon .......'.....
h) *:
::: : :::: ::::::]::::
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::
::.*}';,
"".,
еntеrtaining.
ln eaсh pair of sentenсes,fill in onе spaсe with the and the other spaсe with a
dash (-) to show no artiсIe.
a) 1 For mе, .....Т....
football is my lifе.
2 ..Ih?.' football in thе sесond division is a muсh lowеr standard.
b) 1 Thеy say that
2 Тheу say that
lovе makеs thе world go round.
lovе of a mothеr for hеr сhild is thе strongеstkind.
с) 1 ...........
information in this artiс]еwill bе vеry usеful for my projесt.
2 ...........
infoгmatiоn about thе Govеrnmеnt,sdеfеnсеplans is hard to find.
d ) 1 ...........
studеntsin mv nеw сlassall sееmvеry friеndly.
2 .....'.....
stцdеntsshould bе in thеir сlassеsby 9.00.
е) 1 I nееd ...........
hеlpl
2 Тhanks vеrv muсh for ...........
hеlp you gavе mе yеstеrday.
1 ...........
сomputеrsin thе January salе arе not too еxpеnsivе.
2 Тhеsе davs еr-егybodynееds to know how to usе ...........
сomputеrs.
o)
6/
1 ...........
Еnglish arе famous for thеiт strangеsеnsеof humour.
2 ...........
Еnglish programmеsarе quitе еasy to find on satеllitеTV.
h ) 1 Мany of my fтiеnds aте studying
businеss at univеrsity.
2 Мy fathеr is involvеd in ...........
businеssof buying and sеlling housеs.
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аll
А/l is usually followеd by a plural noun and vеrb.
All students аre eхpeсted to аrrive on time.
In thе еxprеssions аll dаy, аIl пight, аlI the time, thе noun is singular.
Wе сan also say АП (of) the ... , and in this еxprеssion wе сan rеplaсе tllе bу a
possеssivе adjесtivе (mу etс.).
AIl (of) the tickets for the mаtсh hоd been sold.
AlI (of) my fтieпds hаve bikes.
Nof is also usеd with с/l.
Not аII studeпts hаve bikes.
Not аII (ofl my fтiends hауe bikes.
А// is also usеd as a pronoun at thе bеginning of a sеntеnсе.
AIl I wапt is somе peасе апd quiet!
Аll I пeed is f,400! All I hаve is f,50!
Аll is not noгmally usеd as a singlе-word objесt. Instеad Wе usе everуthiпg.
TеlI me everything thсlt hаppeпеd oп your holidау.
( N О Т ф ,..)
a
some
Someis usеd in thе samе waу. Some is not usеd wtthпot.
Some students аre eхpeсtеdto help.
10, none
.п o
Wе сan lSе no with a singular noun or a plural noun.
No students аrrived oп time for the lаst lessoп!
No student аrrived on timе for the lаst lesson!
Wе do not usе lсo if thеrе is anothеr nеgativе word. In this сasе Wе usе rz,?),.
I didп,t See anу students аrriving oп time for the lаst lеsson'
.
noпе
Wе do not usе No of ... ot No the ... . Instеad, Wе usе пoпе of t|rcor ttolrcon i|s
own.
Nonе of the guests аrе here yet.
,
,Were therе апy lеtters
for me?, Sorrу, пone for уou.
.alе,. Тhis is morе
Notе that in thе first еxamplе thеrе is a plural vетb
сommon, although a singular vеrb is possiblе.
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Тo еmphasizе the idеa of пonewе сan usе пone аt аll, ot rlot one|ot пot а ... .
,How mаny peoplewеresurftпg?,) ,Noпe аt аll! ,
,Hotvmаnу peopleweresurfiпg?,) ,Not oпе! ,
,Hott,mаnуpеoplewеresurfing?,) ,Nof о singleoпe!,
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Othег еxamplеs:
Хot one persoп hаs doпeаny homеwork!
I ltсп,еn,thаd а siпglephoпe-саlltodау.
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eoсh, еverу
It
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fi,
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ll
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lt
fl'ery
\\е usе everywhеn wе think of all thе mеmbеrs of a group togethеr.
Evеry boх wаs wrаppediп сolourеdpapеr.
\\Ъ сannot saу еverуof.
\\е сannot t|Seeveryaftеr thе subjесt,or at thе еnd of a sеntеnсе.
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\\.еusе еасh whеn wе think of thе mеmbеrs of a group sеparatеly,onе by
onе.
Sltе spеntsome time tаIkiпg to eаch pеrsoп in the room.
Еосlt is oftеn usеd with one,
There-weretenpeople iп the room' Eаch one wаs weаriпg сl hаt.
Еасltof ... сan bе usеd.
Еасh of уou ссt|1саrry oпepаrсel.
Еt'tсllсarl bе usеd aftеr thе subjесt,or at thе еnd of a Sеntеnсе.
I4у sisters eаch hаve their otцlnroom,
Мy uпсlegаve my brotherапd I $50 eаch' (= gavе $50 to еaсh of us.)
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Тhе mеaning of еасh and everyis similar and oftеn еithеr word is possiblе. Thеr
arе both followеd by a singular noun.
Еасh person iп the room wаs weаriпgа hаt'
Еvery person iп thе room was weаringа hаt.
both' еithеr' nеithеr
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both
Bofli rеfетsto two things and mеans ,thе onе and thе othеr,. It is usеd with а
plural noun and vеrb. Note thе struсturеsand positions.
Both people/Both the people/Both of the people in the room wereweаriпg
ltсlts.
fi
t
The people iп the rоom utereboth weаrtng hоts.
Тlrcrеwere two peoplе iп the room. Both (of them)wereweаriпghаts,
Both of уou саn help mе.
You саn both help me.
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eithеr
Еither mеans ,this onе or thе othеr onе,. It is followеd by a singular noun
and vеrb.
Wе caп pаint it уeеn or blue. Either colour mаtсhesthе lуаIls.
.еnd, or .sidе, thеn thе
But notе that whеn wе use eitherwith thе words
mеaning сhanges to both.
Thеreаre treеson either side of the street.
Wе сan :шsеeithеr of,
Either of the books will be very usфI.
t
neither
Neithermеans .not this onе or thе other onе,.
We саn,tpаint it greenor blue.Neither сolour mаtсhesthe wаIls.
Thereаr? treeson пeither side of the street,
Neither of these books wiII be very useful.
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U A G E PRA C т I с Е
Undeгline the сorreсt word or рhrase in еaсh sentеnсе.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
2
Thеrе wеre noпe/цgpeoplе at the bus stop.
Мy two brothеrs eасh/everyhavе thеir own сar.
N.ofonе/I'lotno studеnt has сomе latе this wееk!
Someof/Somerеstaurantsсhargе еxtrа for brеad.
Sоrry, but I сan,t hеat either/neitherof you propеrly.
\Vhеn I got on my bikе I notiсеd that both фres/evеrytyrе werе flat.
Put one suitablеword in еaсh spaсe.
a) I sеnt lеttеrsto tеn pеoplе,but '......l..t.........
.'.....!ne-.......
rеpliеd!
b) [,m sorry,but thеrе arе
.. tiсkеts lеft foт thе сonсеrt.
с) .....................
I atе for brеakfаstWasa banana.
d) I tгiеd
but .....................
onе was сlosеd.
.. thе supermarkеts,
е) I had two phonе сalls, but thеrе wеrе
.. foт you, I,m afraid.
f) Both roads lеad to thе сiW сеntrе.You сan takе .....................
onе.
3
Rеwritеeaсh sentenсеso that it has a similar meaning and сontains the word in bold.
a) All thе dogs in the gardеn wеrе barking.
еvеry
Nobody at all сamе to thе mееting.
singlе
с) Not onе of my friеnds has got a сar.
nonе
d)
Тhis сhair is not сomfortablе, and nor is this othеr one.
nеither
е) Thеге wеrеn,t any boys in thе сlass.
no
0
Wе only Want to listеn to a fеw CDs.
all
o\
6'
Thе two books alе intеrеsting.
both
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Completеthe seсond sentеnсeso that it has a similarmеaningto thе first
sentenсе.
a) Thеsе books arеn,t intеrеsting.
ga.k..
ll / g.r.c.
inte.rнt.ul...'...........
шonе
....df
.thr,:.g.'b.
b) You havе only tеn minutеs lеft.
All .............
с) Thе hotеls wеrе both unsuitablе.
Nеither
d) No onе rеpliеd to my lеttеr.
Not a .........
е) Paul and his brothет David arе ill.
Both ..........
Nobody in thе tеam playеd badly.
All .............
g) Thе poliсе sеarсhеdall thе housеs in thе strееt.
Еvеry .........
h) Not all thе quеstions in thе tеst WеIeеasy.
Somе .....'...
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Undеrlinethe сorreсtсontinuationof eaсh sеntenсe.
a) Wе lookеd at two diffеrеnt housеs but ...
1 both of thеm wеrе too small. 2 еithеr of thеm Was too small.
b) Liz invitеd a dozеn guеststo hеr party but ...
1 no turnеd up.
2 nonе turnеd up.
с) Hеlеn and Mark arе wеll bеhavеd, but plеasе lеt mе know if
1 both of thеm misbеhavе.
2 еithеr of thеm misbеhavеs.
d) Мiсhaеla fееls so tirеd bесausе shе ...
1 didn,t slееp for a singlе momеnt.
2 slеpt all for a momеnt.
е) Writе down thе numbеr of the саг on this list ...
1 еaсh timе onе passеs. 2 all thе timе onе passеs.
How many pгеsеntsdid you gеt on уouг biгthda}-?...
1 onе at all. 2 Nonе аt all.
s) Thеrе wеrе tеn pеoplе standing at thе bus stop and ...
1 all pеoplе had umbrеllas. 2 еaсh onе had an umbrеlla.
h) Wе wrotе all our answеrs оn thе blaсkboaгd but ...
1 no onе of us was right.
2 nonе of us lvas right.
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Explanations
Adjесtives
Adjесtivеs dеsсribе a noun and arе usеd in front of nouns. Тhеy havе thе
form for singular and plural. Thеy do not сhangе for malе and fеmalе.
Order of
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adjeсtivеs
Whеn wе havе morе than onе adiесtivе, Wе usе this ordеr:
Opinion
Sizе
A8е
Shapе
Tеmpеraturе
Сo1our
Мatеrial
Purposе(whatit is for?)
Final noun
lovеIy,difftсult
lаrge,long
old, sесoпd-hапd
round,square
hot, сold
greeп,blue
woodеп,plаstiс
swimming pool
swimmiпgpool
Hеrе arе somе еxarnplеs:
(agе,matеrial, purposе, noun)
Ап old lеаthеrfootbаIlboot.
A lovеlуgrееnsilk shirt.
(opinion, сolouц matеrial, noun)
It is not advisablеto put morе than thrее adjесtivеstogеthеr.
G r adabl e
adjесtives
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In thе .matеrial,and ,purposе,сatеgоriеsWе сan havе nouns usеd as
adjесtivеs: plаstiс, steеI,swimming,footbаlI.
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Look at this sеquеnсе:
boiliпg
hot wаrm сool сold
frееzinE
Adiесtivеs in thе middlе of thе sеquеnсеarе сallеd .gradablе,.Wе сan makе
thеm strongеr or wеakеr with words |ikе very,а bit, eхtremelу.
Adjесtivеs at thе еnd of thе sеquеnсе arе сallеd .non-gradablе,. Wе сannot
makе thеm strongеr or wеakеr bесausе thеy arе alrеady еxtlеmе. But wе сaп
еmphasisе thеm with аbsolutеIу.
I t wа s а b so lutelуbo iI inginА thеnslаstw eek.(No Тф)
Adjе сt i ve s е n d i n g
Adjесtives еnding -lng dеsсribе somеthing that wе arе rеaсting to (outsidе
-ing and -еd
us ).
.\d1есtir-еsеnding -eri dеsсribе our fееlings and rеaсtions (insidе us).
.\1r'rt'ork tсls tiring.
It mоdemе tired.
Тltis fllttt is iпterestiпg. I,m iпterested in thе film'
othеrs of thе samе kind aтe:ехсited/ехсitiпg,
embаrrаssed/embаrrаssiпg,
worriеd/worry,itt
g, bored/boring.
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Adjесtives сan bе usеd on their own, without a noun, aftеr thеsе vеrbs.
Sue hаs become riсh.
This beаch is fапtаstiс!
ill!
You
look
I feel terrible!
If wе usе morе than onе adiесtivе, notе thе usе of сommas and thе rr'ord
'and':
Sue hаs beсomehаppу апd riсh'
Sue hаs bесomehаppy, rtсh аnd fаmous.
Wе сan lsе oпe instеad of rеpеating a noun.
I like уour new сoаt. It,s а rеаllу lovelу one!
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Advеrbs dеsсribе a vеrb. An advеrb says how (quickly),whеn (tomoog1vl)
whете (overthеre)somеthing happеns.
Many ,how, advеrbs arе formеd by adding -Iу to an adjесtivе.
quiсk - quiсkly
саreful _ саrefullу
slotlt- slowly
Advеrbs
Adverbs of degreе
(intensifiers)
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Somе advеrbs havе thе samе form as adjесtivеs.Еxamplеs inсludе: fаst, hаrd,
eаф, lаte, high, Iow,right, wroпg'
This trаiп is very fаst, (adi)
This trаiп goesfоst. (adv)
It wаs а very hаrd question.(adj)
We wоrkedhаrd. (adv)
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Notе that thе advеrb hаrdlу is not rеlatеd to thе mеaning of hаrd.
I сould hаrdlу Stапdup. (.hardly, = almost not)
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Rеmеmbеr that frеquеnсy advеrbs сomе aftеr be and auxiliaтiеs,but bеforе
othеl vеrbs.
Kаtherine is пeуer lаte, She hаs пever аrrived lаte.
Kаtherine пevеr аrrives Iаtе.
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Advеrbs of dеgrееarе usеd with adjесtivеsto dеsсribе how muсh.
Peter is very/reallу/ехtremelу hoppy аt his пew sсhool.
othеr advеrbs of dеgrее are:.а little, а bit, quite, terriblу.
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Put eaсh group of words into the best order.
a) old a plastiс largе bag grееn
...1...l4rg9..o.[d.з.rз*r*..p[Ntp.a,.hqlg
b) woodеn squarе two tablеs
с) rеd a drеss silk bеautiful
d) silvеr a of jugs antiquе pair
е) bowl small a plastiс
f) winding road сountry long a
g) boots somе old football dirty
h) сotton long a skirt yеllow
i) squееzеdсold juiсе a freshly glass orangе of
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Underlinе the сorreсt adjесtive in eaсh sentenсe.
а)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f;
g)
h)
i)
l сan,t drink this tеa! It,s wаrm/b-oiliц*!
Look at that skysсrapеr! It,s lаrge/gigапtiс!
Jill сouldn,t drivе any furthеr that day as she Was so tired/tiriпg.
I lovе summеr evеnings whеn at last it fеels cool/freezing.
Тhе first part of thе film was rеa||уeхсited/ехcitiпg.
That was thе bеst play I,vе еvеr sееn. It was good/fапtаstiс'
You |ook ulorried/ulorrying.Isanything thе mattеr?
Wе won,t go сamping until thе wеathеr is moте boiliпg/wаrmеr.
If you fee\ bored/boring,whу don,t wе go to thе сinеma?
in anсiеnt history.
i) I didn,t think you wete interestеd/interesting
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Rewrite eaсh sentenсe so that it has a similar meaning and сontains the word in
bold.
a) Thе old сouplе livеd togеthеr and wеrе happy.
happily
...Th*..q!d..сo.*B!е..Liуed,..hqBp'i!у..tpgp'.thr,.у
b) This has bееn haтd work for you.
workеd
с) Chris and Paul arе slow walkеrs.
walk
d) Gеorgia is a good pianist.
plays
е) Suе is a graсeful danсеr.
danсеs
0 Katе is ill.
wеll
g) Мiсhaеl,s skating wаs wondеrful.
skates
h) Мary is a сarеful writеr.
writеs
D Alеx didn,t slееp wеll.
slеpt
i) Ann сomplеtеd thе сoursе with suссеss.
suссеssfully
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Completе eaсh sentenсe with one of thе words from the box. Usе еaсh word
onсe only.
a)
Whеn I hеard that Suzannah had passеdhеr driving test I was rеally
...l,gBpу',..'''
.
and nеvеr stеpson pеoplе,sfееt.
b) Jaсk danсеsvеry ...........
.. kееp his еyеs opеn.
с) Аlan Was so tirеd that hе сould
.. , but wе didn,t likе thе food in thе rеstaurant.
d) Тhе hotеl was
and spеnt a month in hospital.
е) Alison was еxtrеmеly.....................
and was stoppedby thе poliсе.
f) Jonn,vwas dтiving too .....................
.. good.
8) It,s not a wondеrful film, but it,s
and was givеn an еxtra holiday.
h) Gina lтогkеdvегy ...........
i) Whеn I rеalizеdI hadn,t paid for thе сoat, I felt ..........
еxpеnsivе.
i) I сan't affoгdto buy that bike bесausеit,s .....................
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Underline thе еrrors in thesе sentenсes.Rewrite eaсh sentenсе.
a) Pеtеr has bееn n'orking very haтdl}z
..................
..l,.g
rd.:
..hц..b.gt..у.p.rBiш..уr:rУ.
.'.Pst.pr
b) Мy sistеr bought mе a bluе lovеly woollеn swеatеr.
с) This book I,m rеading is еxtrеmеly еxсеllеnt.
d) David fеlt badly bесausе he,d shoutеd at his mothеr.
е) Еvеryonе in thе tеam playеd good.
f) Too muсh еxеrсisесan makе you fееl tiring.
s) Paula fеlt happily when hет еxams Wеrеovеr.
h) Hans has arrivеd latе at sсhoоl nеvеr.
i) Onе boxеr hit thе othеr rеally hardly right on thе сhin.
i) I,m not rеally intеrеsting in this сar.
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Explanations
Сomparatives and
superlativеs:
me ani ng
Сomparativеs and
Comparativеs сomparе two sеparatеthings.
Моry is а better plаyer thап Мoпiса.
Supеrlativеsсomparе onе thing in a group With all thе othеrs.
Sаrаh is the best plауеr in the teаm.
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Onе syllablе
Compaтativе adjeсtivеswith onе syllablе arе normally formеd by adding -er
to thе adjесtivе.In onе syllablе words еnding with onе сonsonant, thе final
сonsonant is doublеd. Words еnding in сonsonant + -y сhangе -y to -i.
big _ bigger
dry _ drier
Iопg_ Ioпger
Supеrlativеadjесtivеsarе normally formed by adding -estto thе adjесtivе.
big - the biggest
dry - the driest
Iong- the longest
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Two or morе syllablеs
Comparativе adjесtivеswith two or morе syllablеs arе normally formеd with
morе.
intеrestiпg_ more intеresting
modеrп_ more modern
Supеrlativеadjесtivеsarе normally formеd with most,
iпterestiпg_ the most interesting
moderп- thе most modern
supеrIativеs:form
Somе adiесtivеswith two syllablеs сan bе formеd in еithеr way.
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the сommonest
сommoпer
сommoп
more сommoп
thе most сommorт
сo|nlnorl
othеr еxamplеs inсlude: quiet,tired,сlever,polite,simple'
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lrrеgularforms
Notе from thе еxamplеs abovе Ihat thе is usеd with supеrlatives.Thе +
supеrlativе сan also bе usеd without a noun.
Sаrаh is the best swimmer.
Sаrаh is the best'
Notе thе following irrеgular forms:
the best
the worst
bаd
the fаrthеst/furthest
fаrther/further
fаr
thе leаst
less
little
thе most
moчe
much/mапу
And thеrе is а spесial usе of o/d to dеsсribе family mеmbегs that has an irrеgular
form:
the eldеst
elder
oId
good
bettеr
worse
This is mу elder brother' |апe is their eldest dаttghter.
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Adverbs
L A NGU A GE
P RA с т I (E
сommon
In gеnетaladvетbsfollow the same rulеs as adjесtivеs,although many
short advеrbs сan makе сomparativеs in two ways.
Сould you drive slower, plеаsе?
Сould you drivе more slowlу, pleаse?
Саn уou work quiсker?
Саn you-workmore quickly?
loud,
Advеrbs that сan usе bоth forms likе this inсludе: eаrly,fаr, fаst, hаrd, lаte,
quick,slow.
Making
сomparisons
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Thаn is usеd with сomparativеs.
Mаry is betteт thаn Mопiса.
Маry is а better plаyer than Мoniса.
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Notе that ъ,hеn we сomparе aсtions, Wе usе an auxiliary at thе end of thе
sеntеnсе.
(NoT ... tш+цояiа+lар)
Маry,plауs betterthаn Мoniса does.
(NoT ... thаtl I llаъ'е dвпe)
Yo|t,l,еdone more ууoтkthаn I hаvе.
Wе сan also say:
Маry plаys better thаn Мoniса'
You,vedonemorework thоn me.
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justaS ... сlsis usеd whеn wе сomparе two еqual things.
Mаry is just аs good аs Саthy.
Маry is just аs good а plаyer аs Саthу.
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not аS ... сlSis usеd whеn wе сomparе two things that arе not equal.
Саthу is not аS good аs Маry'
Саthу is t|ot аS good а plаyer аs Моry.
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As wеll as saying morethаn, Wе сan also say lеssthаn.
This gаme is tnore interesting thап the lаst oпе.
I think this gаmе is less iпteresting than thаt oпe.
с
Wе сan usе advеrbs of degrееto make сomparisons. Advеrbs of dеgrееinсludе:
bit, muсh, а lot, fаr.
This house is much/а lot/far biggerthап thаt oпе.
Thе ItаIiаn ftlm wаs tnuch more iпtercsting thап this one.
That film wаs fаr less frighteпing thаn this oпe.
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Underlinethe сorreсtWord or phrasein еaсh sentеnсе.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
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Thе fish was so tаsty аS/цstаsц--цsthе mеat.
moreiпtеrestingI,vе еvеr геad.
This book is the most interеstiпg/the
in Еuropе.
This tеmplе is thе eldest/oldest
That drеss is a lot longer thап/thаtthе othеr onе.
than bеing stuсk in a traffiс jam.
Nothing is worse/worsf
That skysсrapеris onе of thе tаllеr/tаllestbuildings in thе world.
Thе tеst Wasn,tаs hаrd аs/hаrdсs I thought.
Aсtuаlly, today I fеe| more bаd/worsethan I did yеstеrday.
our journеy tooklonger thаn/thelongestwе еxpесtеd.
Сould you work morequietlу/morequietеrplеasе?
Completе еaсh sentеnсewith a сomparative or superlativeform of the adjесtivе
in bold. lnсlude any other neсessarywords.
rivеrin thеworld.
a) ThеNilе is ..th*.'!l.ryэ.Ч.t..................
lоng
b) I was disappointеd as thе film was
.... than I
еxpесtеd.
entеrtaining
....trains.
с) Most planеs go a lot
fast
.........
days of thе yеar.
Wasonе of ..............
d) Yеstеrday
hot
....thе othеr onе.
е) I think this book is muсh
good
f) Thе twins arе thе samе hеight. Tim is
.... Suе.
tall
g) Thе first еxеrсisеWas еasy but this onе is
diffiсult
....thе Paсifiс Oсеan.
h) Thе Меditеrranеanis not
largе
i) This сlassroomis ...............
ttig
j) This is ...............
........
thе onе nеxt door.
........
tеlеvisionprogrammеI,vееvеrwatсhеd.
bad
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Complеte the seсond sentenсе so that it has a similar meaning to the first
5entenсe.
a) David is a bеtter runnеr than Paul.
Paulis not...g{.3 !.p'd..g'..rr'ш.e:..4.s...2q
b) Nobody in thе сlass is tallеr than Alison.
Alison is the .........
с) I havеn,t writtеn as muсh as you.
You,vе writtеn
d) Janе,shair isn,t as long as Sophiе,s.
Sophiе,shair is
е) No studеnt in thе sсhool is noisieт than I am!
I,m thе
Г) This еxhibition is muсh morе intеrеsting than thе last onе.
Тhе last еxhibition was not
g) This is as fast as thе сar сan go.
Тhе сar сan,t ..........
h) Katе atе mцсh lеss than Andrеw did.
Kаtе didn,t
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Put one suitabteword in eaсhspaсе.
yourtеam.
good........g.,|.........
a) our tеamis ......jц'.t....'..
.......'..4.,t........
Thеy,rе both thе samе.
famous paintings in thе world.
b) This is onе of ..............
с) Еvеryonеdid ..........
work........'.
Philip
d) You,rе not a safе drivеr! You should dтivе .........
е) Ann is tallеr
slowly.
tallеstin
.. Мikе but thеir son Dаve is .....................
thе family.
.....intеresting I,vе
f) What an awful book. It,s onе of
еvеr rеad.
g) It makеs no diffеrеnсе,bесausеthis road is
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my shorts.
..yеstеrday,
soI,mwеaring
;;;;;;; .......::.1l.::i.'o
Correсt thе spel|ingof thеse words where nесessary.
a) bigеst
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bad
0
fatеr
k) fiter
b) grеattеst
s) smalеst
l) tighter
с) shоrtеr
h) longеst
m) nеwеst
d) likеliest
i) harddеr
n) hеaviеr..
е) tallеst
i) wеttest
o) widdеr
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For eaсh question,сompletеthe sесond sеntenсеso that it mеansthе samе as
the first, using no more than three words.
а) Сould you not talk so fast, plеasе?
plеasе?
Сouldуou''..t.lt.[K,'ry!4r9,{'L.a'w.l.Y,
b) The last film wе saw Was morе frightеning than this onе.
........as thе last onе.
This film
с) Nobody in thе сlass сooks bеttеr than Sam.
Sam is
...'....in thе сlass.
d) You ran a lot fastеr than I did.
I didn't run ............
you.
...............
е) Small сars arе molе есonomiсal than largе сars.
small сars.
Largесarsarе .............
0
Skating isn,t as еxсiting as skiing.
Skiing is ...............
skating.
s) Riсhard doеsn,t work hardеr than Alan.
Alan works just ............
Riсhard.
h) Jaсk isn,t as intеrеstеdin football as his brothеr is.
Jaсk,sbrothel ...............
i) Bill is thе youngеst in thе family.
Еvеryonееlsе in thе fаmily
i) I havеn,t еatеn as muсh as you.
You'vе еatеn .........
in football than hе is.
........Bill.
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U nde r st andin g
phrasal verbs
r
Thе tеrm ,phrasal r-егb' mеans a normal vеrb likе get, Iook, tсke followеd by
onе or two рrеpositlons likе bасk, off, up еtс. Look at thеsе еxamplеs:
| Г l е о ' t I а kе tlti; |:UtеtО tttуI еасhеr .
(nоrmal r'еrb пrеaning: .to movе somеthing from onе plaсе to anothеr,)
2 Tсlkе off t't.tr sltсlеs|lеfоrеvoц сomе iп'
( p h ra s a l r - еr b п r еaning: .to r еmo \'е so mеthing,)
o f 0 sto r п t.
З 1 1 gt o o k o ff itt tltе tttiс1dlе
l p h г a s a 1r- еr b п r еaning: .r тhеn a planе go еs up into thе air ,)
\\-hеn tl.rеpтеpositiorr is addеd thе mеaning of thе original vеrb сhangеs.
Soпlеtiп.lеsthеrе is still a rеlationship and you сan guеss thе mеaning (sее 2
abor-е),somеtimеs thеrе is a nеW mеaning that is сomplеtеly diffеrеnt (sее З
a b o v е) .
Verbs with three
parts
r
Thеrе arе diffеrеnt typеs оf phrasal vеrbs, dеpеnding on whеthеr thеrе is onе
prеposition or two, and whеthеr thе vеrb and prеposition сan bе sеparatеd.
In this book Grammar 38 and З9 сovеr diffеrеnt typеs.
r
Thеrе arе many phrasal vеrbs, and only a fеw сommon onеs arе givеn in
thеsе two units. Whеn you sее a nеW phrasal vеrb for thе first timе you
should study thе сontеxt of usе, and сhесk thе mеaning in a diсtionary.
Phrasal vеrbs arе partiсularly сommon in informal writing and spеесh.
Мost of thе vеrbs in thе list bеlow nееd an objесt, and thе objесt сan only
сomе at thе еnd, aftеr both thе prеpositions:
I,m lookiпg forwаrd to mу holidауs.
*
With vеrbs markеd with an astеrisk thеrе is no objесt, and thе final
prеposition is not usеd.
саtсh up with* (rеaсh somеonе by going fastеr)
Yоu сап rеst now сtпd саtсh up with us lоtеr.
You,regoiпg too fаst! I ссlп,t саtсh up!
(rеduсе thе amount of)
Shеilа hсls deсided to сut down oп holidаys this уeаr.
You,rе eаtiпg too mапу Sweets.You should сut dowп.
сut down oп*
(visit fo т a sho r t timе)
Lеt,s drop iп on Dауid while we,re iп Pаris.
Thе пехt time уou,re nеаrby,plесlse do drop iп!
drop iп on*
(havе a friеndly rеlationship with)
get oп well with his mаths tесlсhеr.
dОеSt1,t
rL1|llеs
g
It rr'ork itl tllе sаmе offiсе, but we doп,t get on.
gеt сllottg/onwith*
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keepup with" (movе at thе samе spееd as)
You,regoiпg too fаst! I саn,t keеp up with уott.
Pаttу finds this сlаss diffiсult,аnd саn,t keep up.
live up tо (bе as good as somеonе ехpесts)
The ftlm didп,t live up to our eхpeсtаtioпs.
look fotwаrd to (think you will еnjoy)
I,m lookiпg forwаrd to goiпg on holidау this уeаr.
Notе that fo is a prеposition hеrе and so is followеd by thе -itlg fotm of thе vеrb.
Iook out onto/over (havе a viеw of)
our hotel room looks out ot|to the lаke.
put up with (aссеptwithout сomplaining)
I cап,tput up with аll this noise!
ruп out of (havе no morе of)
I thiпk the саr is аbout to run out of petrоl!
Thereisп,t аnу morеmilk. We,уerun out.
Verbs with two
parts:transitive
аnd inseparable
Thеsе phrasal vеrbs takе an objесt (thе word for this is ,transitivе,).Thе objесt
must сomе aftеr thе prеposition, not bеtwееn thе vеrb and thе prеposition (thе
word for this is .insеparablе,).
саlI for (сomе to your housе and сollесt)
We,lIcаll for уou аbout8.00 so pleаsebe reаdу. (NoT a]a+юн#)
саIl on (visit for a short timе)
I саIIed on Profеssor|ones аnd wished her а Hаppу Birthdау.
deаIwith (takе aсtion to solvе a problеm)
Сould уou deаl with this сustomer,sproblempleаse?
get аt (try to say, suggеst)
Hеleп сouldп,t uпderstапdwhаt her boss wаs gеtting аt.
get over (rесovеrfrom)
Peterwаs ill with f7u,but hе'sgettiпg over it пo-w'
heаdfor (gо in thе dirесtion o0
The esсаpеdprisoneris thoughtto be headiпg for Loпdotl.
join in (takе part in, сontributе to)
When Aleх stаrtеdsitlgittg,a'еry'ollеioiпed iп.
seeto (pay attеntion to, оftеn mеaning .геpair,)
The brаkesoп your саr needseeing to.
stаnd for (tolетatе)
I will not stапd for so muсh tаIkitlg!
tаkеаfter (bе similaт in appеaтanсеor сharaсtеr)
Kаren tаkes аfter her mothеr.They,revеry similаr.
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Complеtе еaсh sentеnсe(a-h) with an ending (1_8).
a) If you havе any kind of problеm, iust сall mе and I,1ldеal
b) I,vе bееn so busy latеly that I,vе dесidеd to сut
3
с) Ann and Suе arе rеally looking
d) our tеасhеr told us that shе would not stand
е) Nеarly еvеrybody says that Мark takеs
fl Jaсkiе is vеry ftiеndly and gеnеrally gеts
g) Half-way through thе raсе, Мartin found that he сouldn,t kееp ...........
h) Wе wеrе told that thе сonсеrt was going to bе good but it didn,t livе ...........
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
for сhеating in our еnd-of-tеrmtеst.
on wеll with thе pеoplе shе works with.
with it as soon as I сan.
aftеr his fathет,ssidе of the family.
down on thе amount of timе I spеnd watсhing tеlеvision.
up with thе othегs any morе.
up to our еxpесtations at all.
forward tо sееing you both again in July.
Undеrlinethе сorreсtprepositionin еaсh sеntеnсе.
a) Сan you еxplain that again? I don,t know what you,те gеtting ф/with/d
b) Hе,s a vеry striсt tеaсhеr.Hе doеsn,t stand for/up/withany bad bеhaviour in
сlass.
с) I еnjoyеd London, but it didn,t rеally livе up to/with/formy еxpесtations.
d) I smokе 20 сigarеttеs a day, but I,m trying to сut off/through/down.
е) I think shе has got over/by/downthе brеak-up with hеr boyfriеnd.
0 I,ll сa||bу/iп/foryou at еight o,сloсk, аnd thеn wе,ll go to thе party togеthеr.
g) I,m going сrazy! I сan,t pttt off/up/doууnwith so muсh сonfusion!
h) I,m luсky, I gеt oп/off/overrea||уwеll with my сollеaguеs.
i) If you miss too many lеssons,it,s diffiсult to сatсh over/щ/with.
i) It,s diffiсult to kееp аloпglbу/upwith сhangеs in bio-tесhnology.
k) Мy сar needs a serviсе - thе еnginе neеds sееing iп/to/аt'
of ink.
l) Thе printеI is working, but it,s run аwау/out/dowп
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Complete eaсh sentenсewith a suitableform of onе of thе phrasalverbs in the
box. Use eaсh one onсe only.
gеt on with
in on
forwатd to
run out of
a)
:r',,1:::il:iii;;lll
ll,p..t'q.......
m}.ехpесtation
s.
Thеbookyoulеnt .,.d'idi.t.,.|уvp..
^"
b) Any timе you,rе in thе arеa,fееl freе to
....u5.
orangеjuiсе. \\:ouldr-оu likе somе
с) Soтry,wе havе ..........
watеr?
d) Unfortunatеly Susiе doеsn,t
.... hег nеrr.nеighbouгs.
е) Bill lеft bеforе I did, but I ran and
0
I,m rеally
'... him'
.... my holiday in Italy nеxt rд-ееk.
s) It was a diffiсult сlass,and I сouldn,t
....thе othег
studеnts.
h) You should
4
.... smoking if you сan,t stop сomplеtеlv.
Rewrite eaсh sеntеnсe so that it does not сontain the words in itoliсs,but does
сontain a phrasa!verb.
a) Brian and his mothеr аrе vеrysimilаr'
.,'P.r'Lзw..t.q.krд''ъft.er..b'll...унthr-:'
b) Thеrе isп,t апy food left!
с) Мikе and Tom аrеп,tverygood fтiеnds'
d) Jеan is very good at hаndliпgpеoplе,sproblems,
е) Thе handlеbars on my bikе nееd fiхiпg.
fl Julia Was vеry ill, but she,s reсovеrednow.
g) What еxaсtly arе you suggesting?
h) Paul,s nеw sсhool wаSrt,tаs good аs hе eхpeсtedit to be.
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Rewritе eaсh sentenсe so that it has a similar meaning and сontains the word in
bold.
a) Somеone needs to look at thе сеntral hеating systеm.
seeing
...1.!*'.сp.lзt.rg.|.'hpg.&ш.'tу.tt.o..|у.L...ц{44.{..'tz+i|
b) Lеt,s pay a surprisеvisit to Julia whilе wе,rе hеrе.
drop
с) Wе,rе going in thе dirесtion of Paris.
hеading
d) our hotеl room has a viеw of thе main road!
looks
е) Two сhildrеn startеdplaying, and thеn thе othеrs playеd too.
Ioinеd
Wе paid a visit to my aunt on hеr birthday.
сallеd
s) I,m afraid that wе
havеn't got any eggs lеft.
run
h) Мoniсa will сomе and сollесt you at 6.30.
сall
D Nobody understood what I was trying to say.
gеtting
I сan,t bеar so muсh air pollution!
put
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Чelrbs with two
piаrt.s:transitive
arпdsеparabIе
Тhis obiесt
Thеsе phrasalvеrbs takе an objесt (thе word for this is ,transitir.е't.
сan сomе aftеr thе prеposition or bеtwееn thе vеrb and thе pгеpositiоn rso thе
vеrbs arе,sеparablе,).
We brought up this сhild. We brought hеr up.
In gеnеral, as in thе еxamplеs abovе, objесt phrasеstеnd to bе put aftег thе
prеposition whilе pronouns (suсh aS уoщ it, him, her,uS, them) arе alи'ar.sput
bеtwееn thе vеrb and thе prеposition.
briпg up (look aftеr a сhild until adult)
Tom,sаunt brought him up аfter his pаreпts diеd.
cаll off (сanсеl)
The sсhool саlled off the mаtch bесаuseof bаd weаther,
сIeаrup (makе сlеan and tidy)
Сould you hеlp mе сIeаr up the room аfter thepаrty?
сut off (bе disсonnесtеd during a phonе-сall)
I,d just got throughto Delhi wheп I wаs cut off.
This is usually usеd in thе passivе.
filI in (сomplеtе by writing)
Сould you ftlI this forrп in with аIl уour detаils,pleаse?
give up (stоp doing somеthing)
Pаul hаd to give up уmпаstiсs beсаuseof iпjury.
kпoсkout (makе unсonsсious)
Bryson knocked his opponeпt out iп the seсoпdrouпd.
Iеtdowп (disappoint, fail to kееp a promisе)
Аnn sаid she would help,but she let me down.
look up (find information in a rеfеrenсеbook)
I looked this word up in а diсtionаrу апd in аn enсуclopediа'
piсk up (сollесt in a сar)
The tахi wiIIpick you up аt 6.З0.
put off (postponе)
The wеаtherwаs bаd, so theуput off the mаtсh for а weеk.
put up (providе aссommodation in somеonе,shousе)
A frieпd in Prаguеput me up for а сoupleof пights.
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tаke up (start a hobby or aсtiviф
Sаm hаs iust tаken up pаrасhutiпg.
try oп (put on сlothеs to seе if thеy aте suitablе)
I tried the coаt oп, but it was too big апd thе wrong сolour.
turn oп/off (bеgin or stop opеrating еlесtriсal еquipmеnt)
Don,t forgetto tutn off thе light beforeуou go to bеd.
wаsh up (сlean plates, knivеs and forks еtс.)
Аfrer thepаrф, Mаrtin'wаshed up аIl theglаsses.
Verbs with two
parts: intransitivе
Thеsе phrasal vеrbs do not havе an objесt.
brеаkdown (stop working, еspесially сars)
Thе саr broke dowп when we wеreoп the motor.wау'
drop out (stop beforе you finish)
Two of the runnersilropped out hаlf-wау throughthe rасе'
get oп (makе progrеss)
Ninа likes her new сollege,апd is gettiпg on ууeII.
get аwау (esсapе)
Оne of the burglаrswаs саught,but thе othergot аwсtу.
rrow up (сhangе from a сhild to an adult)
I grew up iп а smаIl town iп Peru.
set off/out (begin a journеy)
We set off eаф to аvoid the traffiс.
tаke off (whеn a planе lеavеs thе gтound)
Оur plапe took off more fuаn thrеehours lаte.
turn uР (агтivе, often unехpесtеdly)
We inуitеd twentуpеople,but oпIy five turned up.
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Complete eaсh sеntanсеwith onе suitab]еword.
a) Jеss askеdif shе сould hеlp mе
b) I nееd a diсtionary, so I сan
ltЪ'r!э,''.....up thе diгty dishеs.
.. up this word.
с) If I Wеrеyou I,d .....................
off еarly bесausеЕdinburgh is a long way.
d) our mееting tomorrow has bееn
.. off, I,m afraid.
е) I,m not surе about thе sizе of this сoat, so сan I ..........
f) Robеrt had to
it on?
.. in a foгm, giving all his pеrsonal dеtails.
g) You,ll nеvеr guеsswho ...........
up at our sсhool party last wееk!
h) Six pеoplеappliеdfor thе job, but onе of thеm .....................
out.
Rewriteeaсh sentеnсеso that it has a similarmeaning and сontainsthe word in
bold.
a) Don,t lеavе the lights on whеn you lеavе thе sсhool.
turn
..........T.у+.суу..the..|g.hts...qff..w.h*ru.у.q!{..L9fl'.V.f
b) Jaсk aтrivеd half-way through thе lеsson.
turn
с) You сan stay with us foг a wееk.
put
d) Мarta is doing wеll in hеr Еnglish сlass.
gеt
е) Lidia spеnt hеr сhildhood in Uтuguay.
grеW
fl How do you start thе сomputеr?
turn
s) Сarol сhесkеd thе datеs in an еnсvсlоnеdia.
look
h) Surfing is a grеat sport. Whеn did you staгt doing it?
takе
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Comp|eteеaсh sentеnсe(a_h)with an ending (l-8).
a) It,s\,еryсold and wеt at thе momеnt So Wеlvеput ....3....
b) Маr}z'spalеnts wеrе quitе striсt and brought hеr ...........
с) \buг room is vеry untidy! Сould you сlеar
d) I tvas talking to Hеlеn whеn suddеnly wе WеIесut
е) Zoе triеd to pеrsuadеhеr mothеr to givе
fl Тim startеdpainting his room this morning and hе,s gеtting
gt If vou likе, wе сould сomе and piсk
ht \ branсh of a trее fеll and knoсkеd
1 it up plеasе,and put еvеrything away.
? Pеtеr out for a fеw momеnts.
З off our gardеn party until nеxt wееk'
-1 up smoking, but shе didn,t havе muсh suссеss.
5 on vеry wеll so far.
6 off and I сouldn,t gеt hеr numbеr aftеr that.
] r'ou up in our сar at about 7.00.
8 up to bе vеry politе and obеdiеnt.
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Underlinе thе сorreсt word or рhrase in еaсh sеntеnсе.
a) I think my sсhool is just аs good/bе.ttеtthan yours.
b) Thеrе arе еnough applеs for onе eасh/еvery.
с) Sharon has bееn wоrking verу hаrd/hаrdly.
d) Сould you givе me ап/somе information, plеasе?
е) Тhis тs thе bеst/betteriсе-сtеam in thе worldl
f) I,vе bееn working in this сompany for/sinсe thrеe months.
g) Thеrе are пo/пoпе еggs lеft in thе fridgе.
h) Thе news is/аre on in a fеw minutеs.
2
Dесide whiсh answer (A, B, с or D) best fits eaсh spaсе.
Lifе on thе fоrm
I wa s ( 1 ) ....P.....by r ny unсlе and aunt and (2) '.....'....o n a small far m in thе
wеst of Еngland. I think it WaS bеttеr (3) ...........living in a сity, bесausе
(4) ...........day I ran about in thе opеn air. (5)
I wеnt to sсhool,
my aunt and unсlе
( 6 ) ...........
I d i d w as play o n thе far m all day. (7) ...........
workеd with thе animals, and although thеy workеd vеry (8)
, thеy
always еxplainеd (9) ....'......things to mе. Thеy didn't havе (10)
b u t t h е y ( 1 1 ) ...........w еllw ith еvеr yo nеl and w е didn,t havе (12)
monе,Y,
of thе
problеms of living in thе сity. I always fеlt (13)
on thе farm. Thеrе lтas
( 1 4 ) ...........
n o i s е o r po llutio n, and it w as (15)
pеaсеful. Тhat,s pr ob ab lr-
why I bесamе a farmеr whеn I was oldеr.
1) A livеd up to
2) A grеw up
3) Aas
4) Aеvеry
5) Aby
6) Aеvеry
7) AЕithеr
8) Ahardly
9) Aintеrеsts
10) Amuсh
11) A droppеd in
12)
Ahappily
1З) ^muсh
14) Аarry
15) Atoo
B takеn aftеr
B ioinеd in
Bmorе
Bin
BnowadaYs
Bеaсh
BBoth
Bhardеr
Bintеrеsting
Blots
B got along
Bnonе
Bahappy
B no
Bmuсh
C tur nеd up
D bгo ughт uр
D put o ii
C than
D thе
С for
D bоth
С in timе
D unti1
С no nе
D a]l
С Nеithеr
D \1i
С har d
D har dеs t
С intеr еst
D intеI еs tеd
С manl-
D too
С kеpt uр
D dеalt with
Сno
D any
С hapрi
D thе happy
С no nе о f
D no t
С rеa]h-
D as
С gr o w n up
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PRA с т l C E
For еaсh question,сomplеtethе seсondsentenсеso that it meansthe same аs
the first. using no more than thrеe words.
a) Thеsе сlassroomsarеn,tvеry largе.
хor.e .,.!f .t.!*:e
сlassroomsarе vеry largе.
b) Luсa won,t lеavе hеrе bеforе thе еnd of April.
Luсa will bе hеrе
thе еnd of Aоril.
с) Wе don,t allow smoking in this сinеma.
No .............
in this сinеma.
d) Can you tеll mе what you think I should do?
Сan you givе mе
....'........
?
е) Yоu,vе bееn waiting longer than I havе.
I havеn,tbееn waiting ................
you havе.
f) It,s 4.00 noщ and I startеdwaiting hеrе two hоurs ago.
l,vе bеen waitinghеrе '..........
..2'ОО.
g) All сlassroomsmust bе kеpt сlеan.
Еaсh ..........
...must bе kеpt сlean.
h) Мost of thе сlasswalks to sсhool.
Most of thе сlassсomеs tо sсhool
i) This is as far as Wе сan go along this road.
Wе сan,tgo ..............
along this road.
j) Тhе firе brigadе arrivеd too latе to saYеthе burning housе.
Thе firе brigadеdidn,t arrivе .........
....to savеthе
burning housе.
Rewriteеaсh sеntеnсеso that it сontainsа form of a phrasalverb using thе word
in bo]d. Makе any othеr neсessaryсhangеs.
a) You сan сomе and stay with mе.
put
...I. сaw..p.
иt..уi14..|4,Р'....
b) Сarlos сan't stand thе traffiс anymorе.
put
с} Pеtеris making good progrеssat univеrsity.
gеt
d ) I,il tidy up thе room if you do thе washing-up.
сlеar
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41
с o N s o t l DA тl o N
4
е) Wе,rе going in thе dirесtion of Madrid.
hеad
Why don,t you sеarсh for this word in thе diсtionarr-?
look
s) Janе is vеry similar to hеr fathеr.
takе
h) Kеlly,s fathеr is trying to stоp srnoking.
givе
5
Look сarefulIyat еaсh line. Some lines are сorreсtbut somе havе a word whiсh
shouIdnot bе there.тiсk (/) eaсh сorreсt line. lf a linе has a word whiсh should
not bе therе, write the word in the spaсe.
Holidаy problеms
Last month wе dесidеd to drivе to Sсotland for a
1 ..........{........
fеw days, for a short holiday. Wе wеrе thе rеally
2
looking it forward to a quiеt rеst in thе сountry.
3
Unfortunatеly, a lots of things wеnt wrong. First
of all, thе сar WaSbrokе down iust aftеr wе had lеft
4 .....................
homе, and we had to phonе a garagеand thеn
6
wait by thе sidе of thе rоad for hours ago. By thе
7
timе thе сar had bееn rеpairеd,it was toо muсh latе
8
to go on, so Wе Wеnt thе homе. Thе nеxt day wе sеt
9
thт
5 .....................
off morе еarly to avoid thе traffiс, but wе had forgottеn
that it was a publiс holiday. Еvеry onе singlе pеrson
10
in thе сountry must havе had thе samе idea, so wе
found oursеlvеsin a long traffiс jam. Wе aftеr dесidеd
T2
that thе bеst thing to do was to takе aftеr a diffеrеnt
rоad, and look up for a hotеl. First wе got lost on
Т4
a narrow сountry road, and thеn thе сar onсе lan
out of thе pеtгol. Finally, Wе gavе up and wеnt homе
T6
for thе sесondtimе.
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11
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15
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tA NGU A GE
6
РRA с т l C E
Put one suitable word in eaсh spaсe, or leave thе spaсe b|ank.
Whilе Lara was visiting (a| .,,,tk,,,,.. Unitеd Statеs, shе dесidеd to go by
( b ) ................
p l anе fr o m (с)
Nеw Yo r k to (d) ................
W еst Сoast.
Shе had alrеady stayеd with hеr friеnds (е) ................
two wееks, and thеy,d
told hеr that (f)
(g)
Сalifornia was a
morе еxсiting. ,It,s
( h ) ................
W a r mеr /and yo u,ll bе ablе to sw im in (i) ................
P aсifiс
Oсеan!,, thеy said. Lara didn,t havе (i)
information about flights, so
s h е wе n t t o ( k ) .. '.............
tr avеl agеnt,snеx t do o r to (l) .............''.
blо сk of flats
whеrе shе was staying. Shе disсovеrеd that thеrе wеrе two flights (m) ................
n е x t m o r n i n g , b u t shе сo uldn't gеt (n)
Sеat o n (o ) ................
o f thеm .
For еaсh question, сompletе the sесond sentenсe so that it mеans thе same as
thе first, using no more than threе words.
a) Nobody at all piсkеd up thе littеr.
шot ....4..{l.Щ'L?'..........
pегSorrpiсkеd up thе littеr.
b) Thеrе isn,t any сhееsе in thе fridgе.
Thеrе is
.... in thе fridgе.
с) Pеoplе who arе riсh arеn,t nесеssarily happy.
Т h е ...........'
no t nесеssar ily happy.
d) Janе,s drawing is bеautiful.
Janе draws
е) I havеn,t sееn a Worsе film than this onе.
This is
.... I havе еvеI Sееn.
f) Hеlеn lеft Paris in July.
Hеlеn stayеd in Paris
8
....July.
Put one suitable word in eaсh spaсe.
a) You woтk..W!:*9!l,........
hardеr......th!!w..'...
I do.
b) In '........
futurе,pеoplеwill livе longеr
с ) A l е х p 1 a y s .........
.. thеy do now.
guitar in .....................
r o сk band.
d ) Т h е r е i s .....................
ho t и 'atеr lеft, but thеr е isn,t...........
еt Hе соuld go norт hе'd ansrr,еlеd
.. thе quеstions on
s i d е s o f t h е f о rm.
f ) J o g g i n g i s n ' t .. .....''..
g) i,ll rтait hеrе
intеr еsting
.. playing tеnnis.
.. 6'00, so try and bе hеrе
h ) T h a t и .a s g rе a t l I t r vas thе.'............'......
mеal yo u,vе
168
.. thеn.
.. сo o kеd !
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сo Nso tI D A Тlo N
Underlinethе errors in thеse sеntеnсеs.Rеwritеeaсh sеntеnсе.
a) I,m rеally intеrеstingin thе travеl.
9,L.,.
..,..
..Lш.t.r.qY.
нt.pd
..уrl.qr
.rчt!.l.у
...t.Irw.
b) Katе,sbrothеr is doсtor.
с) I atе a food With Jaсk, and aftеr that I wеnt homе.
d) Thе milk is good for you.
е) Сan you givе mе an adviсе?
f) I'vе lookеd in thе box. A1l is brokеn, I,rn afraid.
g) Thеy will havе finishеd thе nеw hospital until thе еnd of Мay.
h) Thеrе,s a poliсе waiting outsidе.
i) I сomе to сlass with thе fееt.
i) Your hair arе vеry bеautiful.
)roblem
:h e с k
Тime words like fol sincе and ogo are Iinked to the use of tensеs. Сheсk Grаmmar
4 , 5 ,6 a n d 7 .
Тhe same word сan be сountabIе and unсountable with a сhange of meaning.
Whiсh words of this kind do you know? Cheсk with Grammar 33.
Compare thе uses of artiсles with artiсles in your language (if it has artiсlеs).
Note that the сhoiсe of artiсlе сan depend on meaning and сontеxt. Сhесk with
G r a m m a r 3 4 a n d 3 5.
Avoid using morе than thrеe adjeсtivеs together. Note the d;fferenсе bеtwееn
hord and hordlу' Cheсk with Grammar 37.
What is the differenсe betwееn сomparative аnd superlatives? Arе thеy usеd in
thе same ways in your language? Cheсk with Grammar 38.
Ph ra s a l v е r b s с a n h avе many meanings, so сheсk in a diсtio nar y. М аkе suгe that
y o u k n o w wh е re i n the еntr y fo r the main ver b yo u сan find thе phгasa|vеr bs (it
i s r i g h t a t t h е e n d o f the entr y, after thе var io us meanin9s o f the main ver b usеd
alonе).
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Еxplanations
Whеn you lеarn a nеlY vеrb, it is advisablе to сhесk in a diсtionary whеthеr it is
followеd by thе -ittg foтm (atso сallеd thе gеrund) or an infinitivе with or
without ro. If thе infinitivе is without to it caгl bе сallеd a barе infinitivе.
Grammar 42 and 4З inсludе somе of thе most сommon vеrbs, but thеsе arе
only a sеjесtion.
Verbs foIlowеd by
l
-ing or infinitive:
l i t t Ie or n o с h a n g е
of mе a n i n g
Somе r.егbs сan bе follorvеd еithет bу an -iпg form, or fo + infinitivе, and
thеге is littlе oг no сhangе in mеaning. Vеrbs in this list inсludе:
bеgilt, сotltitll|е,|lot bеоr, hоtе' itltепd, Iikе, lovе, prefer, stаrt
I\.ltеtt sltеstood ttp, thе Prеsidеt.ttbegаn to speоk/speаkiпg.
Some peoplе аt thе bасk сontinued сhаtting/to сhаt'
I ссltl,tbeаr listening/to listen for о loпg time.
Whаt do уou inteпd doing/to do сlbout it?
I don,t like wаtсhing tеlеvision. I prefer reаding/to reаd.
I thiпk уou should Stаrt prаctisiпg/to prасtise now!
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Thеrе сan bе a small diffеrеnсе bеtwееn likе to do aлd like doing. To +
infinitivе suggеsts that somеthing is a good idеa although you don't
nесеssarily enjoy it. The -iпg form shows you еnioy somеthing.
I like to hаve а short wаlk аftеr my evening meаl.
I like listeniпg to thе rаdio.
r
Notе that With ,ptеfеr, we prefer onе thing to anothеr thing. If thе things arе
aсtivitiеs, thе -ing form is usеd.
Tom prefеrs rеаding to wаtсhing
l
televisioп'
Hаte doing ts morе сommon, ехсеpt in thе fixеd еxprеssion
.I hatе to tеll you
t h i s , b u t ...'.
I hаte doing the wаshiпg-up!
I hаte to tell уou this, but wе,vе missed the lаst trаiп!
r
Whеn Wе usе thе modal уеrb would with likе, love, prеfer and hаte wе must
usе ro + infinitivе.
I,d like to go to Portugаl this summer.
I,d prefer to do it mуsеIf, if уou doп,t miпd,
Verbs followed by
to + infinitivе
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Somе vеrbs сan only bе followеd by thе infinitivе with fo. Thеsе inсludе:
аfford, аsk, сhoosе, hаppen, help, mапаge, offer, rеfusе, wаit, want
G R A м ttiA R
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vERBs
Fo LLo w ED
1
BY -,,vG o R lNЕlNlтlv E
I саn,t аfford to go to thе сinemа twiсe iп otlе ъ,eek.
Iп the eпd, Lаurа chose to studу Есoпomiсs.
Do уou hоppen to kпow the time?
Сould someonehelp me to саrry this? *
(Hеlp is also used without to. Сould you help me сarry, tltis?)
|im саn,t mcШu|gеto come this evening.
I offered to give her а lift, but she sаid she,d orderеdсl tахi.
Thе mапаgerrefused to see me.
Thereаre somеpeoplewаiting to seeyou.
Whаt do you wаnt to do this eveniпg?
Vеrbs followed by
to + infinitive, or
tfiot-сIausе
r
Somе vеrbs сan bе followеd by thе infinitivе with fo, or a thаt сlausе. It is
possiblе to lеavе ol,ltthаt in еveryday spеесh.Thеsе vеrbs inсludе;
аgree,deсidе,ехpeсt,hope, leаrn,preteпd,promise, seem,wish
We deсided to go home'
Mike eхpects to win,
I hope to see уou lаter.
Heleп preteпded to be ill'
Wе deсided (thаt) .wewould go home.
Mike eхpeсts(thаt) he will wiп.
I hope (thаt) I,ll seeyou lаter'
Helen pretended (thаt) she wаs ill'
Notе that if we usе a thаt-с|alsewe follow thе tеnsе rules of геportеd spеесh.
So, for еxamplе, will changеsto would in thе past:
Sаrаh аgrees to meet уou аfter school.
Sаrаh ауees thаt she wiII tпeеt уou аfter sсhool.
Sаrаh аgreed to meet me аfter sсhool.
Sаrаh аgrеed-(thаt) she would meet me аfter school.
Thеrе is a small diffеrеnсe bеtwееn leаrn to aг,dlеаrn thаt.
At schoolGrаhаm leаrned to speаk Freпch.(lеarn a skill)
Аt sсhoolwe leаrned thаt the Еаrth goesround the Suп. (|earninformation)
Notе thе two forms of seem.It + seem+ thаt-с|alsеis vеry сommon.
You seem to know the апswer!
It seems thаt you know the аnswer'
Wish fo||owed bу to + infinitivе has a similar mеaning to 14)аnt.
I wish to leаve еаrIу todаy'
Wish fo||owеdby a thаt-с|alsеusually inсludеs would ot could.
I wish (thаt) I could leаveeаф.
I.tltish (thаt) mу teасher would let mе leаveeаrlу.
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L A NGU A GЕ
P RA с т l C Е
Undеrlinеthе errors in thеsе sentenсes.Somе sentеnсеsdo not havе еrrors.
Rewrite еaсh sеntenсе that has an error and tiсk (/) the sеntenсeswhiсh are
сorreсt.
a) Jim сan,t afford going to thе сinеma twiсе a wееk.
..Jlуt+.
.с4n:t' gff.q.r
d...tp3!..ta...tk..qiшryl!|
..fu.Lсe
..ql
..w.
*'k'
b) David wishеs lеaving thе room.
с) Arе you waiting to usе thе phonе?
d) I,d rеally likе going swimming on Saturday.
е) Еmma prеtеnded lеaving, but waitеd оutsidе.
fl Jamеs agrееdto mееt mе at thе bеaсh.
g) Мy bikе sееms having somеthing Wlong with it.
h) Thе dirесtor геfusеdanswеring Hеlеn,s phonе сall.
2
Complеtеeaсh sеntеnсеwith a form of one of the verbs from thе box. Usе еaсh
verb onсе only.
сontirruе
еxprсt
prеfеr
offеr
t._ ,
a) John rca||у'...!..9.Y9{.........
spеnding all day at thе bеaсh.
b) I,m сomplеtеly brokе, so I сan,t
.. to go on holiday.
с) Еxсusе mе, but do you
d) Wе
е) Carolyn
.. to know thе way to old Strееt?
.. our tеam to win, but thеy wеrе badly bеatеn.
.. to spеak Frеnсh and Gеrman whеn shе Was at sсhool.
.. spеaking.
0 Еvеn whеn thе еxaminеr told him to stop, Robеrt
g) I,m sorry, but I сan,t
listеn
.. to
to this awful musiс!
h) Last wееk Chris
i) Paul ...........
j) Sam usually
t7z
.. to hеlp mе paint my bikе.
to havе a bad lеg so hе didn,t havе to go to thе gym.
.. playing foоtball to doing homеwork.
G RA м п nA R 42 vERBs
3
Fo LLo W ЕD
BY.,,{ G
o R lNFlNlтlv E .I
Complete the sесondsentenсeso that it has a similarmеaningto the first
sentеnсe.
a) МY tеaсhеr wouldn,t lеt mе lеavе еаrly,
r,..gд.r!у.
.L?.t'''ryp...Lqу
rеfusеd'..t,a..
My tеaсhеr
b) Jill sang without stopping for an houт.
Jill сontinuеd..............
с) Apparеntly you,vе pаssеdthе еxam.
It sееms
d) Riсhard thinks hе,s going to do wеll.
Riсhard еxpесts
е) What arе your plans for thе summеr?
?
............
What do you intеnd
f) Сlеаring up my room is somеthing I dislikel
I hatе
g) Liz said shе,d go tо thе сinеma with mе.
Liz agrееd
h) Tina and Brian arе gеtting maггiеd.
Tina and Brian havе dесidеd
Sее you latег, I hopе.
I hopе
i)
What do you fanсy doing this еvеning?
What do you want
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Complete eaсh sentenсe with onе of the words from the box.
to bе worriеd.
a) Greg oftеn ...{9.e.!w......
to tеll you this, but wе,vеlost all our money.
b) I .....................
с) Do you
.. to go for a walk this aftеrnoon?
Ann to wait for mе, but shе didn,t.
d) I .....................
.. to bесomе a сhampion skatеr.
е) Katrina
0
Thе poliсе offiсer
s) Pеtеr..........
.. to listеn to my еxplanation.
to work on Saturdayinstеadof оn Friday.
to sееyou againsomе timе.
h) I,d .....................
i) Aftеr a lot of thought, Jim finally
i) I askеdmy tеaсhеrfor hеlp, and shе
.. to spеnd his holidаr in Pеru.
.. to gir.еmе е\tIа lеssons.
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L A NGU A GE
5
P RA с т ! CЕ
Rewritе еaсh sеntеnсe so that it has a similar mеaning and сontains the word in
bold.
a) What aIе you thinking of doing?
intеnd
....''
tp...
d.q.?
.d.q.
.у.q.*.
s4d..
...!:{h!|.t.
.iw.
b) I find gеtting up еarly unbеarablе!
bеar
с) I,1lsее you in thе moming, I еxpесt.
to
d) ,I,ll bе baсk at 6.0o., said Susan.
promisеd
е) Pat was taught to drivе when hе Was young.
lеarnеd
.Would you likе mе to hеlp you?, I askеdJoе.
offеrеd
s) Еllеn didn,t havе еnough monеy foт thе tiсkеt.
afford
h) 'I won't help!' said Tom.
rеfused
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Explanations
Vеrbs fol|owed by
-ing or infinitive:
сhan ge of
me an i ng
Somе vеrbs сan bе followеd еithеr bу an -iпg form, or fо + infinitir-е, and thеrе
is a сhangе in mеaning. Study thе еxamplеs bеlow сaгеfulir..
remembеrand forget
doiпg (or remembеr/forget
followеd bг fllrzf-сlausеifor
Wе usе remember/forget
mеmoriеsof thе past (thе aсtion happеnsbеforеthе rеmеmbегingl'\\ъ usе
rеmembеr/forget
to do for aсtions somеonе is/was supposеdto do (thе
rеmеmbеring happеns bеforе thе aсtion).
(tеll € rеmеmbеr)
I remembet telling уou!
(go out € rеrnеmbеrl
Then I remembered thаt уou werеout.
(rеmеmbеr) takе)
tаke
keys!
Remember to
уour
(Iеarn € forget)
I,ll neverforyet leаrпing to drive!
phone
promisеd
(promisе € forgеt)
to
I forgot thаt I,d
уou.
(forgеt ) post)
Sorry,I forgot to post уour lettеr.
meап
Wе usе meап doing (ot meаn followеd |эу thаt-c|ausе)whеn onе thing rеsults in
or involvеs anothеr. Wе usе meап to do to еxprеssan intеntion.
(= involvеs)
Keеpiпgftt meапs tаking eхerсiseeverуdау!
Wheп I miss the bus, it meаns thаt I hаve to wаlk to sсhool. (=involvеs)
(=intеndеd)
|ап meапt to wаtсh theprogrаmme,but shе forgot.
stop
Wе usе stop doiпgwhen wе еnd an aсtion. Wе usе Stopto do whеn wе givе thе
rеason foг stopping.
(= gavе up lеarning)
|o hаs Stopped lеаrпiпg Frеnсh.
(= in ordеr to look)
We stoppеd to look сlt thе view.
Stop iS not followеd by a thаt-с|alа'se.
trу
Wе usе try doiпgwhеn wе do somеthing and sее what happеns. Wе usе tl1'to do
whеn wе makе an еffort to do somеthing, but don,t nесеssarilysuссееd.
If you hаve а heаdасhe,try tаking two of thesepills' (= еxpеrimеntt
Peter trted to lift the tаble, but it tltаs too heоуу,
(hе failеd in this саsе,
Trу is l;ot followеd bу a thаt-c|alsе.
Vеrbs fo|Iowedby
-ingor infinitive
without to:сhangе
of meaning
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Sоmе vеrbs сan bе followed by an objесt + ing, or an infinitir-е rтlthоut Гtl.
.r-еrbsof
Thеrе is a сhangе in mеaning. Thеsе vеrbs arе somеtimеs сa1lеd
pеrсеption, and inсludе:
fеel, heаr, listeп to, see, wаtсh
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If wе sее or hеar only part of thе aсtion, or it сontinuеs. 1\.еusе thе -illg
form. If Wе sее or hеar thе wholе aсtion from bеginning to еnd. rте usе thе
infinitivе without fo.
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Сompaте:
I сould fеel mу hаnds shаkiпg with fеаr!
I felt the buildiпgmove!
We wаtсhed |oe eating his lunch.
We wаtched Ioе eаt his lunсh'
(сontinuing aсtion)
(сomplеtеd aсtion)
(part of thе aсtion)
(wholе aсtion)
r T h е s е v е rb s с a n b еusеdw ithathаt-с|alsеw ithaсhangеo fmеaning.
(= beliеvе)
I feel thоt tltis is the time to resign.
(= rесеivе nеws)
We hеаrd that у,ottweтe ill.
(= rеalizе)
I sаw that it wсlstoo lаte'
Vеrbs followеd by
-ing or noun
in an -iпg form or a rroun.
Somе vеrbs сan bе followеd еithеr by anothеr vеrb
*саn,t hеIp, *kееp,mind, prасtise, саn,t stаnd,
Thеsе inсlu dе: сlislikе, еtljoу,fапсу,
*
Тhosе maгkеd har'е two mеanings.
I dislikе going out iп the rаiп'
I rесtllуdislike mу new boss.
Еveryoneenjoуs going to pаrties.
I eпioуed this lessoп'
Do уou fаnсу going to the сinemа?
I fапсу а swim!
I саn,t help feeling huпgry.
I cаn,t help mуself!
Keep this, Doп,t throw it аwаy'
Sue keepsphoning mе Iаtеаt niфt.
(=I сan,t stop)
(= сontinuеs with a bad habit)
Do you mind wаiting?
Do you mind сold weаther?
I must prасtise speаking Freпсh more often'
|utiа prасtises the violiп everydау.
I саn,t stаnd wаkiпg up eаrlу'
I сап,t stаnd hot апd spiсу food.
Verbs followed bY
-ing, or noun, or
thot-сlausе
r
l
an .iпg form, or a
Somе vеrbs сan bе followеd еithеr by anothеr veтb in
These inсludе: аdmit, deпу,imаgine,Suggest'
noun, ot a thаt-с|aшsе.
The Minister аdmitted tаkiпg а bribe.
PаuI аdmitted thаt hе wаs wroпg.
Tiпа deпied steаling the moпeу'
Вoth men deпiеd thаt they hаd done aпуthing wrong.
Imаgine trаvelling to оnotherplаnet!
Do уou reаIIуimоgiпe thаt I wаnt to seeуou аgаiп?
l suggestgoiпg for а pizzа.
l suggestthаt-we go for а pizzо.
сan also bе followеd bу should'
Suggest
I suggest thаt wе should go for а pizzа.
G R A м п nA R 43
vЕRBs
Fo LLo W ED
BY -,NG o R lNFlNlтI v E
2
Сontrasts with vеrbs from Grammar 42 are inсludеd hеrе.
Underlinethe сorreсtword or phrasein еасh sentenсе.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
Tom suddеnly rеalizеd hе,d forgotten to loсkЛoсkinghis door.
on thе wаy baсk we stoppеd to hауe/hаvingsomе tеa.
Сould you stop to tаlk/tаIkiпg,plеasе.
Lеarning a languagе mеans to be/beiпgintеrеstеdin anothег сultцге.
thе windoщ but it was too high to геaсh.
Ann triеd to open/opeпiпg
Plеasеrеmеmbеr to tаke/tаkiпgthе dog for a walk.
for the first timе.
Сathy says shе,ll nеvеr forgеt to skу-dive/skу-diving
I don,t rеally rеmеmbеr to stаrt/stаrtingsсhool whеn I was fivе.
Еor eaсh question,сomplеtethe seсond sentenсeso that it meansthe same as
the first, using no more than thrеe words.
a) Would you likе to go to thе bеaсh?
o" .,..Y.9.*'fT'rpу....'..'..... goingto thеbеaсh?
b) Thе boy admittеd stеaling thе bikе.
stolеn thе bikе.
Thе boy admittеd
с) Why don,t wе wait for thе bus?
waiting for thе bus.
d) David oftеn intеrrupts mе.
.............
mе.
David
е) Is it all right if you сomе baсk latеr?
сoming baсk latеr?
f) Think What bеing a millionairе would bе likel
a millionairе!
;;;;;;;;;";.
-, I ................
;;;;;;;;.;.
eatinga lot.
Underlinethe сorreсtverb in eaсh sеntenсе.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
Hеlеn enjoyed/Фosэtolеarn Frеnсh.
I rеally can,t stапd/аffordto travel by planе.
Do уo.; mind/wапtcoming baсk in half an hour?
buy somе potatoеs,but shе forgot'
Tina suggested/meапtto
opеning thе offiсе safе.
Еmily denied/refused
Bill admitted/аgreedmaking a sеrious mistakе.
to sеnd mе to a diffеrеnt sсhool.
Мy palеnts disliked/deсidеd
I rеally likе/fаnсya trip to thе сountry.
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L A NGU A GЕ
4
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PRA с т l C E
Сompletееaсh sentеnсеwith a form of onе of the verbs in thе box.
dеny
ry
a)
If r.ou . .t.r.Y...........
to work a bit haгdеr,I,m surе you,ll pass thе еxam.
bl
Кеr-in.........
сl
Тhе buildеrs arе not surе of thе еxaсt datе,but
to havе toothaсhе,and lеft sсhool еarly.
.. to startwork
soon.
dt Еmma
.. to сall you last wееk, but shе forgot.
еr Тhе \\.oman arrestеd by thе poliсе
f r \ou should
.. rоbbing thе bank.
.. spеaking to an audiеnсе, to gain сonfidеnсе.
g r I t ' s i n t е rе s t i n g t o .....................
mysеlf living o n a dеsеr t island.
ht I phonеd thе dirесtor six timеs, but shе
.. to spеak to mе.
Сomp|еtе еaсh sentenсе with one suitabIe word.
a, Don,t .fqrg.p.t'......
to buy somеmilk on your way homе.
bi If ]'m latе, it
.. I have to wait until thе nеxt lеsson bеgins.
С ' I ..' ...' ..............
t h r o w ing thе ball, but I didn,t br еak thе w indo w .
dr Pau] сan,t ..........
е ' Lisa
thinking about his favouritе tеam.
.' forgеtting whеrе shе put hеr kеys.
f r Gina ..........
to сlimb in through thе windoщ but it was loсkеd.
g , I .....................
plаying w ith my fr iеnds w hеn I w as littlе.
h r ] сan,t
.. walking homе in thе rainl It,s horriblеI
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Еxplanations
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Some vеrbs arе followеd by a partiсular prеposition. \bu сan сhесk this in a
diсtionary. Somе сommon еxamplеs aге givеn bеlorv.
About
dreаm
know
tаlk
I dreоmed аbout Hаrry lаst пight.
Do уou kпow а lot аbout eсonomiсs?
Whаt аre уou tаIking аbout?
AL
Iаugh
look
Doп,t lаugh аt me.
Look аt thаt bеаutifulсherrytree!
For
аpologizе
apPlу
аsk
Iook
pаy
wаit
I must аpologize for being lаtе.
|ill hаs аpplied for сl пewjob.
Why doп,twе аsk for the bill?
I,m looking for thе bus stаtion.
Sheilаpаid for mу tiсket.
I,ll wаit for уou outside.
Iп
believe
suссeеd
Do you believe iп ghosts?
Hеleп suсceedediп сolleсtingtЗ5 for сhоrity'
of
ассuSe
remind
tаste
Albert wаs ассused of spyiпg.
This сity reminds me of BueпosАires'
Does уour сoffeetаste of soаp?
Оп
depепd
relу
I might сome,It depеnds oп thе weаthеr.
You саn relу oп Аnn to work hоrd.
To
beloпg
eхpIаin
Iend
listеп
tаlk
Doеs this beloпg to уou?
Сould уou eхplаin something to me pleаsе?
Briап leпt his саr to mе for the weekеnd.
Wе сan also say: Briап lent me his соr.
You,reпot listening to me!
Еlleп wаs tаIkiпg to her motheroп theplюltе
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L A NGU A GE
r
be + аdjeсtivе
prеposition
180
PRA с т I C E
In quеstions thе prеposition usually goеs at thе end.
Whаt аre уou tаlkiпg аbout?
Who аrе уou looking for?
Whаt аre уou listeпiпg to?
Notе that in thе list bеlow thе following adjeсtivеsoссur twiсеi аngry|аппoуed,
plеаsed,sorry,one of thе prepositions is usеd whеn thеy rеfеr to pеoplе and onе
whеn thеy rеfеr to things (this is shown in thе list).
Аbout
аngry (+ things), апnoуed (+ things), eхсited,hаppу,pleаsed
(+ things), right,sorry (+ things), иpsef
Helen is eхcited аbout wiпning the prize.
I,m sorry аbout your difficulties' Саn I help?
Аt
bаd,good
Dorа is reаllу good аt mаths.
For
fаmous, lаte, reаф, sorry @ pеoplе)
Оur сiф is fаmous for its beаutiful buildiпgs.
I wаs sorry for Georgеwheп he cаme lаst in the rасe.
From
different
This room is different ftom the othеr oпе.
In
iпterested
Аre уou iпterested in сomputers?
of
аfтаid, foпd, frightened,fuII,jeаIous,tired
Mу sleepiпgbаg wаs full of апts!
On
keen
I,m not very keen on fтiеd food.
To
kiпd, mаrried, used
Ellen is mаrried to lаck.
with
аngry ( pеoplе), аnпoyed(+pеoplе), bored,pleаsеd(+ peoplе)
I,m reаIIуап8rу with уou.
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vERBs
Fo LLo W ЕD
BY P RЕP o sI TloNs
Complеtе eaсh sеntenсe with one suitаble word.
a) Fiona is vеry diffеrеnt
'ft.q.ш
... hеr sistеr.
my instr uсtio ns.
b ) Pl е a s е t r y a n d l i stеn .........
.. its pеaсhеs.
с) Мy homе town is famous
.. r-оl.t'
d) Еxсusе mе, but doеs this umbrеlla bеlong
?
е ) W h a t е x a с t l y wa s A listair talking .....................
So mе info r matio n.
f ) I t h i n k wе s h o u ld ask .....................
growing hеr own vеgеtablеs.
g) Gеmma is vеry kееn ..........
2
СompIete thе sentеnсes with onе word from list A and onе from list B
suссееds
A
B
....g,t........
mе bеhind my baсk.
a) I don,t likе him. I think ь" ....!q.ш.W......'..
walking to thе top of thе
b) I,ll bе surprisеdif hе .........'
mountain.
....not сontaсtingyou.
с) Isabеlsеndshеr lovе and
Shе,sbееn rеally busy.
d ) I t ,s d i f f i с u l t t o k no w w hеn thе bus w ill сo mе. I t ............
thе timе of day.
е) Shе,s vеry intеlligеnt. Shе
......a lot
есonomiсs and
things likе that.
f ) T h i s d i с t i o n a r y i sn't minе. I think it ...............
g) This musiс
......mе
J o r gе.
thе timе I spеnt in India.
Complеte thе sentenсes with one word from list A and onе from list B.
annoyеd
A
B
a ) I wa s .......r .U l 1 t.....,...
'..\b! ! 4t'.. thе tr ain timеs. I t do еs lеavе at 16'зi)
b) I lovе sсiеnсе' but I,m not vеry
с ) I s t a n b u l i s ....... '.......
d ) A r е y o u .......... ..
е) I'm
f) Е|iza is vеry
mathешаtiсs.
thе bеautiful Bluе М o squе.
A mеr iсan mo viеs fr o m t1-tеf1i:lеs]
P aul. H е sho uld havе сallеd I ]]е'f J : hе hasn,t.
hеr dog. Shе rr.alksl| еr'еrr-dar.'
g ) I k n o w i t ,s ri d i с ulo us, but I ,m quitе ......'..
spidеr s'
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L A NGU A GE
4
PRA C тI C Е
Rewrite eaсh sentenсe so that it has a similarmeaning and сontainsthe word in
bold.
a) Diсk found his work boring.
borеd
b) Тhis town is a bit likе Glasgow.
rешinds
с) Sara has a good knowlеdgе of biology.
knоws
d ) I,m trying to find thе art gallеry.
loоking
е) I likе сгеam сakеs.
fond
f) Suе is Adrian,s wifе.
to
s) Dina always trеats animals kindly.
kind
h) Ugh! This сakе has a rubbеry tastе!
rubbеr
i) You makе Lisa fееl jealousl
is
i)
Our nеw housе makes mе fееl еxсited!
about
r8z
GRA ltiм A R
5
44
vЕRвs
Fo LLo W ED
BY P REP o slтlo Ns
For еaсh question, сomplete thе seсond sentеnсе so that it mеans thе samе as
the first, using no morе than three words.
a) You,vе made mе angry.
you.
......
| .'.ryL.1'l.rу''.w.|th.....'...
b) I,d likе my lunсh now.
foг lunсh.
I,m ............
с) Geography is Riсhard,sbеst subjесt.
......gеogгаph-v.
Riсhard is vеry
d) Thе bad nеws madе mе fееl upsеt.
.........
thе bad nеws.
I ................
е) Мy dog was in my dтеamslast night!
.........
my dog last night.
I ................
f) Suе is a теliablе pеrson.
......Suе.
You сan
g) Jaсk borrowеd my bikе foт thе weеkеnd.
I lеnt my
......for thе wееkеnd.
h) Thе dark makеs mе afraid.
thе dark.
I,m ............
6
Сomplete eaсh sentеnсewith onе suitablеverb аnd preposition.
a diffiсult problеm ....'..t.0,,..,,',ls.
a) Wе askеdour tеaсhеrto ...%Р'Lr!iY!,'',....'
.....an old lady in my bloсk of flats.
b) Thе ring I found
r-)
Wе may сome to your party, but it .........
our finding a
babysittеr.
d) Whеn Joе flеw to Australia, his aunt
his bad bеhaviour.
to his neighbours................
е) Harry .........
0
You ............
my brothеr.You,rеvеry alikе!
mе ................
s) Tony .........
passinghis driving tеStat thе first attеmpt.
h) Sееyou in a minutе! I,ll ...........
7
.....his tiсkеt.
you outsidеthе сinеma.
Comp|eteeaсh part sentenсe(a_g)with one of the endings (1-7).
a)
Еllеn is not rеally interеstеd.....+....
1 at making nеw friеnds.
b) Thе hotеl was diffеrеnt...........
с) Littlе Suziе was jеalous
2 abottt losing my nеlt. сalсulatог.
d) I was rеally annoyеd
4 in lеarning horr.to ski.
е) Paul is vетy kееn
5 of hеr nеw sistеr at first.
0
6 frorn what в-е еxpесtеd.
o\
6/
Janе is теally good
I don,t think I,m rеady...........
3 for anothеr big mеal.
7 on сollесting old bоttlеs.
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Explanations
\\.ords ltkе еveryoпe,апуthiпg etс. arе сallеd indеfinitе pronouns. Thеy rеfег::
pеoplе, things or plaсеs without saying еxaсtly who, what or whеrе thеy aг.
Inde fi ni t е
pr on ou ns
Pеoplе:
Someoпе
(1пyo|1е
еvеryoпе
пo or1е
Тhings:
something
апуthiпg
everуthiпg
пothing
Plaсеs:
somewhere
ап1'nuherе
Timе:
sometime
апytime
еverу'+uhеre
(all thе timе)
nowherе
(nеvеr)
In thе ,Pеoplе, list wе сan makе a form wtth -bodу with no сhangе in
mеaning: somebodу, апybodу, evеrybodу,пobody,
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Indеfinitе pronouns arе followеd by a singular vеrb, but wе rеfеr baсk to
thеrn in a sеntеnсе with theу/them/their,
Someone is wаitiпg for you. Theу hаve bеeп wаitiпg for somе timе'
Someone phoпеd, апd I told them уou were out.
somеonq onуonе
еtс.
\t-ords wtth some- and оny- follоw thе rulеs givеn in Grammar З3:
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Sotttеis сommon in positivе sеntеnсеs and аnу in quеstions and nеgativеs.
Тllеrе,sSomеone аt the door'
Somеthing is worrуingmе.
Dоes аnуone know thе аnswer?
Тhеreisn,t апуbodу аt homе.
ш
еvеrуonе' no onе
etс.
l
But Wе сan lSе Somein a quеstion if it is an offеr or rеquеst.
Сап I аsk уou something?
r
.{nd Wе сan uSе аny in positivе sеntеnсеsto mеan ,it doеsn,t mattеr whiсh
Wе соп go аnywhere we want duriпgour holidауs.
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Sottlеhas thе idеa of a dеfinitе idеa, and апу has thе mеaning of ,no limit'.
Сomnarе:
(thеrе must bе a partiсular pеrsonl
Is someone сomiпgto сolleсtуou?
(anyonе at all)
Is апуoпe сomiпgto сollесtуou?
Hаvе уou got some letters for mе? (Thеrе arе partiсular lеttетsI am
еxpeсting)
(I havе no idеa if you havе lеttеrs
Hаve уou got опу letters for mе?
for mе or not)
\\'ords with every-mеan all thе pеoplе, things or plaсеs in a group.
Еverybodу Iikes Sue.
Everythiпg in the room wаs red.
Еvеryoпe (two words) has a diffеrеnt mеaning. It mеans eасhsiпgleoпе ani '
usеd to givе еmphasis. In pronunсiation, both words havе еqual strеss.
Thеrеwereteп сhoсolаtesiп the boх апd уou,vеeаteпevеry one!
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Еverythiпg
is usеdas a singlеword subjесtinstеadof a//.
Everythiпg hаsgoпеwrong. (NoT А]aa*цщ)
AII mу plапs hаvegonewroпg.
Words with no- mеan no pеoplе, things or plaсеs.
No oпe kпows the апswer.
Nobodу is аt hоme.
There is nothing to eаt'
Doublе nеgativеsare not usеd.
No oneknows. (NOT llffi)
l:flеxive
l
lpoпouns: myself
йЕ.
Rеflеxivе pronouns arе usеd for асtions that wе do to oursеlvеs.
We enioуеdourselves.
I hаve сut myself.
Hаve you hurt уourselves?
Did уou cut уourselft
Theу iпtroduсed thеmselves.
He сut himself.
She iпtroducedherself.
Vеrbs oftеn usеd in this way inсludе: сut, епjoy,hurt, introduсe,kill'
Аt thе епd of thepIау, Сleopаtrа kills herself.
But othет vеrbs arе not normally usеd with a rеflеxivе pronoun, еvеn though
thеy are in othеr languages.Еxamples: сhапge(сlothes),сomPlаiп,deсide,
drеss,feеI,meet,relах, remember'rest, sit dowп, stоnd up, wаkе up| wсtsh|worry.
Rеflеxivе plonouns arе also usеd foт еmphasis.
|oп cookedаII the food himself. (no onе hеlpеd him)
lrпpеrsonalone
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In normal сonversation we lse уou to rеfеr to ,pеoplе in gеnеral,.
Аs уou get older уou teпd to forgetthiпgs.
You tаke the trаiп to the аirport from the СentrаI Stаtion'
But in formal spеесh and writing wе сan lse oпewith this mеaning. This is
сonsidеrеd ovеr-formal by many spеakеrs.
Опe tаkes the trаiп to the аirport fтom the Сentrаl Stаtion.
Тhеrе is a possеssivеform one,S'
Оne,s luggаgе is саrriеd iп а speсiаIcompаrtment.
If oпе is usеd as a subjeсt,all latеr rеferenсеsalso usе oиe.
Оne tаkes the trаin to thе аirport ftom thе Сentrаl Stаtion аnd oпe сап rеSеrve
one's seаt in аdvапсe.
If you ||Seone|you must сontinuе to usе it. Do not mix one and уou'
In еvеryday spеесh it is morе сommon to usе you or a passivеthan to lsе one.
You cап reservеsеаts in аdvапce.
Seаts cаn be reserved iп аdvаnсe'
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1
UnderIinеthе сorreсtword in eaсh sentеnсe.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
hl
i)
j)
2
PRA с т I (Е
Thеrе isn,| апуoпe/пoone iп thе gardеn.
Еxсusе mе, сould you movе? I сan,t sееаnythiпg/somethiпg.
Тhеге is оnуthing/nothiпg
to drink.
Тhете,sсtпуone/someoпe
to sее you outsidе.
you Want.
You сan do апythiпg/something
Аtt}'otrc/Someoпe
stolе thе monеy, but wе don,t know who.
I don,t know апуthing/пothiпg
аbout it.
Хo otlе/Somеone
would tеll mе thе answеr,so I guеssеd.
I,vе lost my bag and I сan,t find it somewhere/ап1шhere'
I must havе put my bag somewhеre/апywhеre,
but I don,t know wherе.
Сompletethe sесond sеntenсeso that it has a simiIarmeaningto the first
sеntеnсe.
I сould do.
al
wvthLуu
..
Ф....
t
!..9.....
r....
l
lr than anyonе.
bt
\o onе
L'
\o onе Was on timе yеstеrday.
Еvеryonе
d r I havеn,t got any woгk.
I ,r ,еg o t
......to d о"
е} Тhеrе's somеthing I,d likе to ask you.
\I a y I ........
.........l
t-) \Vе,ге all milk drinkers hеrеI
Еr,еrybodv
g) lVhеn I phonеd, thеrе was no rеply.
\o onе
h ) .\rе wе going to bе dтivеn thеrе?
Is ...............
I makе nеw friеnds whеrеvеr I go.
Еvеrywhеrе
You had a сall this morning.
Somеonе
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P Ro NoU Ns
Comptete eaсh sentеnсe so that it inсludes a suitable form of onе of thе verbs
from the box, and a rеflexive pronoun.
a) Havе a good holiday, both of you!
...?'!Ц.Q'Y.........
.у.q.4r.{.el,Y.9.,!'
^nd
b) Our tеaсhеr told us to stop shouting
and to
с) Whеn I fеll off thе horsе, I didn,t
d) Bеth knows a lot of Frеnсh,but сan,t
.....еasily.
е) Lеt mе
0
...... I,m SusanPеrry.
Thе aссidеnt wasn,t your fault. Don,t
s)
h) Whilе Tom was piсking up thе brokеn glass,hе
4
Rеwriteеaсh sentenсeso that it has a similarmeaningand сontainsthe word in boId.
a) Thе box isn,t еmpty.
something
''.Thp-r.,/.l'.l9.|у!p.t!,'L'Lш..iru.t.k..h.QX,.''.,.,...'..,
b) All thе pеoplе wеrе danсing.
еvеrvone
с) I fееl annoyеd.
sоmеthing
d) Wе havеn,t got any food.
nоthing
е) Thе offiсе is еmpty.
no onе
*l
fl Julia is vеry popular.
еvеrybody
g) You сan havе whatеver you likе.
anything
h) The bеst plaсе is homе.
Nowhеrе
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5
P RA с т l с E
Complete еaсh sеntenсewith onе suitableword.
knowsthе answег!
a) Тhat,san еasyquеstion!Еу.еrу,h.qdу..
b) Is ..........
thе mattеr?Can I hеlp you?
с) .'...................
is Wrongwith thе сar,and it won,t start.
d) Тhеrе,s
е) Тhеy introduсеd
.. to seе you. Shall I ask thеm to wait?
.. as Hеlеn and Ann.
'. nеvеI rеally knows what will happеn, doеs onе?
g) .....................
I,vеdonе so far today has gonе wrong!
f)
you сould say would makе mе сhangеmy mind, I,m afraid.
h) .......''............
.
i) Did you do it all by .....................
.
i) Yеs,I did it by.....................
6
Undеrlinеthе errorsin thesе sentenсes.Rewriteeaсh sentenсe.
a) somеonе spokе to mе, but I сan,t rеmеmbеrits namе.
..'5рlиpp.уlp,lP!k.'t!..уИe,...и4t..I..aцkt..r?'n4eууlhe.r'
b) A1l in thе gardеn has bееn growing a lot lаtеly.
с) Сarol didn,t do nothing yеstеrday.
d) Thеrе isn,t no onе waiting for you.
е) Pеtе and Katе еnioyеd thеmsеlfs at thе party.
f) onе fills in an appliсation form, and thеn you Wait for an answеI.
g,) Wе nееd to do somе shopping. Thеrе isn,t somеthing in thе fridgе.
f:
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Еxplanations
s (apostrophes)
r
Wе usе apostlophе 3 to show that somеthing bеlongs to a pеrson. Wе сan
usе thе ,s form without a following noun if thе mеaning is сlеar'
This is fim,s sсаrf.
Thoseаre Heleп,s gloves.
Whеre is the direсtor,s offiсe?
This is lim's.
Thoseаre llelеn,s.
r
An apostrophеis somеtimеsusеd whеn somеthingis part of anothеr thing.
Whаt is the book,s title?
Whаt is this plапt,s паme?
r
With plural nouns wе add thе apostrophе only.
Thoseаre the students, coаts,
r
A spесial usе оf ,s is to rеfеr to Somеonе,shomе, a shop namе or a plaсе
namе.
Georgеbought this melon iп the grеengroсer,s/ iп Smith,s.
I went to the doсtor,s аnd the dentist,s oп thе sаme dау.
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If thеrе is no possеssion,wе do not usе an apostrophе.Notе this сommon
mistakе:W.
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Notе that an apostrophе сan also bе a short form of is ot hаs.
(It,s= It is)
It,s а lovelу dаy.
It,s got а bаttery'
[t,s = It hаs)
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Wе usе of tо show that onе thing bеlongs to or with anothеr thing.
,NoT tlф4t*4\
The end of the street.
(NoТщ)
The lаst twentуpаges of the book.
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Сompound nouns are formеd from two nouns togеthеr.Thе first noun is 1ikе
an adieсtivе and dеsсribеsthе sесond noun.
I sаw the shirt iп а shop wiпdolу.
I boughtSomепew footbаIl boots.
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Compоund nouns arе vеIy сommon in tесhniсal dеsсriptions.
Looseп the сorner brаckets first.
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Somеtimеsa hyphеn is usеd to join thе words. Chесk in a diсtionaI\.to 5ее
whеn a hyphеn is used.
I boughtа сhoсolаteiсe-сreаm.
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tA NGU A GE
P RA C т ! C E
;,t
iil
rll
ill
Possessive
r
Possеssivеadjесtivеsarе usеd bеforе nouns. Thеy arе:
your
mу
their
her
its
his
our
r
We do not usе an artiсlе (theot a) with a possessivеadjeсtive.
Pеter is mу сousiп. He doesп,tliуe iп our town.
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Wе сan add o$)nto a possessivеadjесtivе for еmphasis.
Pаul сooksаIl his olуп meаIs'
This isn,t mу own bike. I,ve borrowedit fтom а fтiеnd.
r
Possеssivеpronouns arе usеd instеad of a possеssivеadjесtivе and noun.
Тhеy arе:
yours hers his
miпe
ours
theirs
l
Possеssivepronouns stand on thеir own. Thеy arе not usеd with anothеr
noun.
(possеssiveadjесtivе + noun)
This is mу bike,
(possеssivеpronoun)
This bike is mine.
r
Notе that therе is no apostrophе in possеssivеpronouns еnding in s.
Whose keуs аre these?Are theу уours or mine?
Yours аre oп thе tаble. Theseаre mine,
adjесtives
Possessivе
pronouns
Double possеssive
Thете arе two сommon situations whеrе Wе use two possеSsivеforms togеthеr.
Both arе whеn wе dеsсribe thе rеlationship bеtwееn pеoplе.
7 of arrd apostrophе
Jo is а frieпd of my brother,s.
2 of arrdpossеssivеplonoun
I met а cousiпof mine аt thepаrф,
A сommon usagе of this struсturе is to dеsсribе things ownеd by pеoplе.
Do уou like this new hаt of miпe?
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Undеrlinethe сorrесtword or phrasein eaсh sеntеnсе.
a) Janе mеt a friеnd of herhers in thе strееt.
owи dесorating.
b) Luсy doеs all herself/her
с) Arе thеsе sсissorsyour/уours?
d) Thе dеsk nеxt to the window is mу/miпe.
е) Chris and Anna introduсеd mе to a nеighbour of their/theirs,
f) Еxсusе me, is this уour/yoиrsseat?
g) David asks if you,vе sеen that old сoat of his/him.
h) Pеtе has borrowеd mу/minebtkе'
i) Wе havеn,t brought our/oursbooks with us.
j) Thе dog is blaсk and whitе, aпd its/it,sеaтsarе vеry long.
2
Put an apostrophe wherе neсessary.
a) Tеll Мoniсa its Еlеnas tuгn, not hеrs.
l ..Е[p.
ш.i..t*nу''
.узp
!..h*w,'
.....',,
.'.T.
...
Ц.gq.nug..,it.,
b) Aliсеs youngеr brothеrs сallеd Bill.
с) Tims sandwiсhеs Wеrеtastiег than ours.
d) Thе films bеginning is good but its еnding is wеak.
е) Arе thеsе kеys yours or hегs?
f) Barbaтafills in thе patiеnts rесord сards at thе doсtoгs.
g) Whеn its raining, еvеrybodys rainсoats 8еt н.еt.
h) Thе managеrs assistantrеads all thе сustomеrslеttеrs.
Your sistеrsdog runs fastеr than ours.
i) Onеs our tеaсhеrsсar and thе othеrs a visitoгs.
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L A NGU A GE
3
P RA C т l с E
Make two сompound words from the words listed.
a) football
сhееsе boot
sandwiсh
b) window
pосkеt
shop
...f.q.q
tb.qu.'
ha.a.t.''.....,
e..l.q!Йw.LсJ*.......
..'.....ah*I
сoat
с) gatе gardеn light
biсyсlе
d) dеpагtmеnt сottagе storе сountry
е) еnginе
Г) post
firе
shaгpеner offiсе
g) ground
4
singеr roсk
pеnсil
rеpolt
sсhool
football
h) assistant shop
station
railway
Еor eaсh quеstion, сomplеte the seсond sentenсe so that it means the samе as
thе first, using no more than threе words.
a) Naomi is a fтiеnd of my sistеr,s.
Naomiis...rrv.f;,.tl+t.*!:t...............
friеnd.
b) Thеsе shoеs bеlong to sam.
Тhеsе
shoеs.
с) I mеt onе of my friеnds outside thе sсhool.
I met a
outsidе thе sсhool.
d) This is my favouritе programmе on telеvision.
proglammе.
Тhis is
е) What arе your tеaсhеrsсallеd?
What .........
....names?
fl Havе you got a thing for opеning tins?
Havе you got .. ..........
...................'
?
g) Thosе bikеs bеlong to our neighbours.
Thosе
bikеs.
.............
h) I put my books on thе tablе in thе kitсhеn.
I put my books
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Undеrlinethе errors in thesе sentеnсеs.Rewriteеaсh sentеnсe.
a) Thеrе arе two bus stop,snеar my housе.
r .'ууLу
b'ш|'.#.a
..h.!И$.a
e..аr e'.tN.a..
.,'rhr"r
РJ..'n&а
b) our сat slееp,sall day in it,s bеd.
с) Havе you mеt thе sistеr of Janе?
d) Сrеaturе,s likе thеsе livе at thе sеa,s bottom.
е) This book is thе minе.
f) Thosе arе two friеnds, of my fathеrs.
g) Еvеrybodys drawing,sWеrеbеttеr than our,s.
h) Arе thеsе your,s or minе glovе,s?
i) Thе housе stand,son it,s own at thе strеet'send.
j) I notiсеd thеsе shoе,s in a window,s shop.
19З
ЕxpIanations
This unit inсludеs words and phrasеs usеd to organizе idеas in spеaking and
writing. Notiсе thе position of thе words in thе еxamplе sеntеnсеs.Somеtimеs a
word сomеs in thе middlе of a sеntеnсеto join two сlausеs,suсh as апd. othеr
timеs thе word or phrasе сomеs at thе bеginning of a sеntеnсеand is followеd
by a сomma in writing or a pausе in spеесh, suсh as First of аII, ,.. .
аnd, both, too,
l
Апd is usеd to ioin words or parts of sеntеnсеs.To еmphasizе thе faсt that
thеrе arе two things Wе сan :шseboth ... апd.
Helеnput oп her сoаt аnd piсked up thе suitсаse'
Helеnpiсked up both her suitсаseоnd her umbrellа,
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Too,аs well, аs wеIIаs and аIso areusеd to dеsсribе two aсtions at thе samе
timе. Notе thе positions.
Hеleпpiсked up her suitсаseапd her umbrellаtoo.
Heleпpiсkеd up her suitсаseапd her umbrеIlааs weII.
Hеlenpiсked up her suitсаseаs weII аs her umbrellа.
HeIeпpiсked up her suitсаsе,her сoаt апd аlso hеr umbrellа'
r
Notе thе possiblе positions of For eхаmple.
Diеt t,аriesftom plасe to plасe.For eхаmple, in hot сouпtries,pеoplеteпd to
еаt morеfпlit.
Iп hot сountriеs,for eхrlmplе, pеoplе teпd to еаt morеfruit'
r
Wе :usesuсh сs in thе middlе of a sеntеnсеto givе ехamplеs. It is thе samе as
like. Suсh 4s сannot bе usеd at thе bеginning of a sеntеnсе.
Iп hot сouпtriеs,suсh аs Greесe,pеoPle tend to eаt more fтuit.
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Wе сan usе First (of аIL)to bеgin a list of points in formal spеесh and writing'
For othеr points Wе usе Seсondlуеtс'
Televisioпhаs сhаngеdoцr lives iп seуerаlwауs.First of оIl, it hаs .'' .
Secondlу,morepeoplе''. . FinаIIу, ithаs сhопgеdthewауthаt... .
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To introduсе our final point in formal spеесh and wгiting Wе сan saу In
сonсlusioп.
In сonсIusion, we са|1Sсtуthаt telеуisioпhаs both good аnd bоd feаtures.
аs wеIl, olso
For exаmplе,
such аs
First (of oll),
sеcondlу etс.,
finolIу
As well os this,
besides this
i
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Thеsе arе usеd in formal spеесh and writing to show that wе arе adding a point"
Thе mеaning is .and, but thе phrasеsсomеs at thе bеginning of a sеntеnсе.
Televisioпhаs сhапgedour lives in severаlwауs,First of аlI, it hаs ',. ,
Sесondlу,morepeople... . Аs weII аs this/Besides this, morepeople... '
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47
LlNкlNG
W o R Ds
hl foct, octuollу
Iп fасt and асtuаIIуare used to givе morе dеtail' or to givе surprising
information.
Dаve hаs SevеrаIdogs.In fаct, he,sgot four.
(morе dеtail)
I thought Giпа wаs а doсtorbut, iп fаct, she,sа vet'
(surprisе)
I thought Giпа lцаs а doсtorbut, аctuаllу, she,sа vеt.
(surprisе)
ln mу viещ
pеrsonаlIу
Thеsе arе usеd in formal spеесh and writing to introduсе ouг own idеas.
Somepeoplebеlievethаt televisioпhаs killed the аrt of сonvеrsаtion.In mу
view/Personаllу, I think it givespeoplesomethingto tаlk аbout.
сither, or
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Еither ... or ts usеd to dеsсribе a сhoiсе or an altеrnativе.
Wе cаn either go to the сinemа, ot Stау аt home.
Either .weсаn 80 to the cinemа, or we саn stау аt homе.
(NoT он'иe*'+5э ...)
Notе that thе struсturе Оr...or...doеs not еxist in Еnglish. It is possiblе to
bеgin a sеntеnсеwith or only whеn wе сomplеtе someonе еlsе,ssеntеnсе.
А: ,We сouldgo to the сiпеmаI suppose...,
B: .... ot we сouldstаy аt homeаnd wаtсh а video.,
hlstеod (of)
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Wе luseiпsteаd(ofl to mean .in thе plaсе of somеthing еlse,.
Iпsteаd of cookingI orderedа tаke-аwаymeаl'
|ill саme to thе pаrty iпsteаd of her sister.
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At thе еnd of a sеntеnсе,iпsteаdis usеd without of
I didn,t cook.I orderedа tаke-аwауmeаI instеаd.
Eхcept and eхсeptfor mеan,not inсluding,.
Theу gаvepresentsto evеryonеeхсept me.
We hаvepаiпtеd аIl the house,eхcept (for) the fтont door.
Пmе words with
othеr meanings
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We lse eveпto say that somеthing is surprising.
Sаm studies very hаrd, He evеn gets up аt 5.З0 to studу!
Eуeп Sаm fouпd thе eхаm diffiсult.
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Even is also usеd to еmphasizе сomparativе аdjесtivеs.
This questioпis even hаrder thап the lаst oпe.
Thе timе woгds siпсe,уet and-whilehavе a сomplеtеly diffеrеnt mеaning and usе
as linking words. With this usе thеy arе moIе сommon in writing.
since rrrearring'as'
уet meanilg,although'
I сouldп,t swim, sinсe I hаd а сold'
No oпe rеpliеd to mу kпoсk, уеt аll the lights wеre
on.
while meaning .although, Thе first two busesууетеfuII, while the neхt wаs
сomplеtеlуеmptу.
lNт ERмEDlAт E
L A NGU A GE
P RA C т Iс E
Undеrlinethe сorreсtword or phrasеin eaсh sentеnсe.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
0
g)
h)
2
Мrs Davis taught ls eхсeptfor/мstesd-ofМr Taylor.
Wе сan either/orwait hеrе, or phonе for a taxi.
Неlеn plays thе guitar arrd аlso/toowritеs songs.
In Sсandinаvian сountriеs, for eхаmple/suchаs Finland, thеy havе vеry сold
wintеrs.
Еvеryonе in thе tеam playеd bad|У аIso/eхcePtSam.
All thе shops wете сlosеd, siпсe/уеtit was a publiс holiday.
Jaсk studiеs аnd/bothgеography and history.
Thе Pеakworth tеnt is strong and watеrproof, siпсe/уetlight to сarry.
Rewritеeaсh sentеnсeso that it has а similarmeaning and сontainsthe word in
bold.
a) Dеbra visitеd both thе сastlе and thе musеum.
too
b) Jill was thе only pеrson who сamе latе.
еxсept
с) Althоugh I said it was raining, it isn,t!
faсt
d ) Karеn hurt hеr lеg, so shе сouldn,t play tеnnis.
sinсe
е) Мy opinion is that smoking is bad for you.
viеw
I atе thе сhoсolatе сakе and thе applе piе.
as wеll as
8) Daniеl playеd in goal, in his brothеr,splaсе.
instеad
h) Finally, I,d likе to thank thе hеad tеaсher,Ann Colеs.
in
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LtNкI NG W oRDs
Deсide whiсh answer (A, в, с or D) bеst fits eaсh spaсe.
сars to
Nowadaysthеrе arе many good rеasonsfor using biсyсlеs (1) ,,,,Q-....
silеnt and сlеan,
travеl in сity сеntrеs.(z) ,..,,'.....,biсyсlеs arе (3)
(4) ...........
kееpspеoplе
arе еasyto park. (5) ...........
, using a biсyсlе(6) ...........
fit. Howеvеr, сity сеntres must (7)
havе сyсlе lanеs (8)
bе frее of
Amstеrdamin thе
private сars сomplеtеly.Somе largе сitiеs,(9) ...........
Nеthеrlands, arе alrеady organizеd in this way. (10)
, a сombination of
the usе of biсyсlеs with vеry сhеap or freе publiс transport solvеs thе problеm
of traffiс jams and makеs thе сity сеntre a morе pleasant plaсе.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
4
Abut
A As wеll
A both
A also
A And
A and
A in сonсlusion
A suсh as
A suсh as
A pеrsonally
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
еxсеpt foт
First of all
and
for еxamplе thеy
Yеt
both
еithеr
yеt
as wеll
finally
C instеad of
С In faсt
C too
C еxсеpt
C Whilе
С also
С bеsidеs this
C also
C in my viеw
С for еxamplе
D suсh as
D Pеrsonally
D as wеll
D and as wеll as this
D Sесondly
D too
D both
Dor
D whilе
D aсtually
Comp|ete eaсh sentenсеwith a word or phrase from thе box. Use eaсh word or
phrasе onсe only.
Julia rеmеmbеrеdto bring thеir diсtionariеs.
.....wе,vе rеpaintеdthе
b) Wе,vе rеpairеdthе roof, and ............
a) Еvеryonе .,.%9?.P.t..,,.
wholе housе.
с)
d) I managеd to losе
, I don,t think that therе arе aliеns or flying sauсеIs.
my passpolt and my wallеt.
е) I wаs going to go to thе сinеma, but I wеnt to thе thеatrе
0
Pеoplе think that Тim is shy, but
s) Somеillnеssеs,............
h) Wе,rеgoing to ..............
hе,s vеry talkativе.
.....thе сommon сold, do not havе a сurе.
..' gо сamping, or stay with somе friеnds.
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PRA с т l с Е
Complеtethe spaсes(a_j)with the wоrds (1_10).
(a) .'..?.....I,d likе to thank еvегyonе who has hеlpеd with thе sсhool play.
(b) ...........thе aсtors, and thе stagе hands, havе workеd vеry hard, and
. I would (d) '..........
likе to thank all thosе who havе sold tiсkеts. This yеar wе had an (е) ...........
еvеryonе who madе thе сostumеs workеd hard (с)
largеr audiеnсе than last yеar, and (fl
Тuеsday еvеning, еvеry singlе sеat
was sold. This yеar thе play ran for a wееk (g) ...........for two days. Wе did not
havе a lot of timе for rеhеarsals, and (h) ..'........thе play Was a grеat suссеss.
(i) ..........., I fееl that wе should сongratulatе all thе aсtors for thеir wondеrful
pеrformanсе. (j) ..........., I,d likе to givе Judy Walkеr, thе dirесtоr, this prеsеnt
from еvеryonе at thе sсhool.
1 еvеn
2 уet
3 as wеll
4 еxсеpt for
5 first of all
6 in сonсlusion
7 also
8 pеrsonally
9 bоth
10 instеad of
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Explanations
СapitaI letters
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Capital lеttеrs (also сallеd uppеr-сasе lеttеrs) arе usеd:
to bеgin a sеntеnсе
for namеs of pеoplе
for addrеssingpеoplе
for pеrsonal pronoun I
for titlеs of books еtс.
for namеs of plaсеs
for сalеndar information
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This is а beпutifttlpIасе.
|iпl, HеIеtt
\{rs |oltеs, L-tlсIеPеtеr, \Ituтl
I sаt+'Еllеtt lсlst ttigllt,
.|\.аr
опd Pесlсе,is а grеаt book.
Frаtrcе, Huпgаry
Wedпеsdау,Mаrсh, New Yеаr,sDаy
In book and film titlеs, small words \ikе аnd, а/the and prеpositions do not
usually havе сapitals, unlеss thеy arе at thе bеginning.
,Four Wеddiпgs апd а Fuпеrаl, is а
fuпnу fiIm.
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Somе words сan bе writtеn with сapitals, or in lowеr-сasе. Thеsе arе:
namеs of thе Sеasons
dесadеs
jobs
сompasspoints
r
iп Spriпg, iп spriпg
the Fifties, the fifties
Sапdеrsoпwаs а goodpresidеnt.
Pаul met PresidentBruпsl'ryiсk.
I live iп thе пorth of Sсotlапd.
SаIIуworksiп theFаr Еаst.
(gеnеralusе)
(job titlе)
(dеsсription)
(plaсе namе)
Full stops arе usеd at thе еnd of a sеntеnсе. Thеy arе also usеd in
abbrеviations to show that lеttеrs in a word arе missinя.
e.g.
etс.
Full stops arе oftеn lеft out aftеr thе abbrеviations Мr and Мrs.
Сomma (, )
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A сomma in writing rеprеsеnts a briеf pausе in spеесh. It is also usеd in lists,
еxсеpt for thе last two itеms whеrе wе usе спd.
I bought somе bапсlпсls|sОme ОraпgеSсtttdsotttеpotatОеS.
If thе last two itеms of thе list arе long thеn rге dо usе a сomma.
Аll dау wе сlеопed tltе f|oors, л,сtsllеt,l
tltе у,лlls, сllt,1tiсliеd tltе llottsе.
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Linking words at thе bеginning of a sеntеnсе arе follorr-еdbv сommas.
First of аII, this сап be dаtlgеrous.
Linking words in thе middlе of a sеntеnсе har.е сommas bеforе and aftеr.
Апп, on the other hапd, did tlot a9rее'
r
Сommas arе usеd with non-dеfining rе1atir.есlausеs.
Toпу, who is usuаlly lаtе, turпed up аt 10,З0.
r
Сommas arе usеd in dirесt spеесh.
,I,ll bе Iаtе.,
Iim sаid'
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But thеy arе not usеd afteтrеporting vеrbs in rеportеd spеесh.
|im sаid he would be lаte'
Commas сannot bе usеd to join sеntеnсеsdirесtly, without any othеr
сhangеs.Look at this еxamplе.
Two meп werewаIkiпg down the streеt.They werecаrryiпg а boх.
Thеsе two sеntеnсеsсannot bе joinеd simply by сhanging thе full stop to a
сomma.
Tут'emgэ ь,erеwelkiпg detll tllе streеa thE'tvеrе сerr''iпt а brx.
But thеrе arе othеr Ways to сombinе thе sеntеnсеs.For еxamplе:
Two meп werewаIking dowп the strеet,саrrying а boх.
Two men cаrrying а boх werewаIking down the street.
Semi-сolon (;)
Wе сan join two sеntеnсeswith теlatеdmеanings using a sеmi-сolon.
Roаd usersаnnoy pedestriаns;pedestriаnsаtтtтoуroаd users.
A sеmi-сolon is also usеd to sеpalatе long itеms in a list.
Studeпtsаre аsked пot to leаvebicyclesby the erltrаnce;not to leаvebаgs in tlu
sitting room;аnd not to leаve сoаts in the dining room.
Colon (:)
A сolon introduсеs itеms in a list.
Thеreаre two rules:one, don,t do it; two, don,tget саught.
It сan also introduсе an еxplanation of thе prеvious part of thе sеntеnсе.
Finаlly, we hаd to Stop:wе were tired апd it wаs dаrk.
Speeсhmarks (, ,)
Spеесh marks (also сalled quotation marks) arе used with diтесt spеeсh.
Punсtuation goеs insidе. Thеy сan bе singlе or doublе.
,It might rаin lаter,,I eхplаined.
,Whу аre we leаving so eаrly?,,HeIеn аsked.
(tttr)
Titlеs of books, films, plays еtс. arе put insidе single quotation marks.
Punсtuation is put outside in this сasе.
We weпt to а performаnceof Ibsen,s,Ghosts,.
Howеver, in printеd tеxt, thе titlеs of books, films, plays etс. arе usually put
in italiсs.
Question mark (?)
and exсlamation
mark (!)
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Quеstion marks only oссur aftетthе quеstion.
Whаt,s the time?
Еxсlamation marks arе usеd in informal wгiting, but arе not сonsidетеd
appropriatе in formal writing.
You,Ilnevеrguesswhаt! I,veiust got eпgаged!
G R A м t ul A R
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с A P l тA t
L EттER s
AND
P U N с тU A тloN
Underline the sentеnсewhiсh is punсtuated сorreсt|y.
a) 1
2
3
b) 1
2
3
с) 1
2
3
d) 1
2
3
е) 1
2
3
0 1
2
3
2
,Would
}zoumind tеlling mе whете wе arе?,Pеtra askеd.
.Would you mind tеlling mе, whеrе Wе arе Pеtra askеd?,
.Would you mind tеlling mе, whеtе Wе arе,, Pеtгa askеd?
I agrееd,that a сottagе in thе mountains, would bе bеttет.
I agтееdthat a сottаgе in thе mountains would bе bеttег.
I agrееdthat a сottagе,in the mountains would bе bеttеr.
Angеla who arrivеd aftеr I did, askеd mе whеn thе play finishеd?
Аngе|a,who arrivеd aftеr I did, askеd mе whеn thе play finishеd.
Angеla, who arrivеd aftеr I did askеd mе, whеn thе play finishеd.
.I,ll seе you latеr.'
Pеter told mе, not to wait and said
,I,ll sее you latеr.,
Petet told mе not to wait and said,
Pеtеr told mе not to wait and said I,l1sее you latеr.
In thе еnd I wеnt homе, I was wеt and hungry, and felt ill.
In thе еnd I wеnt homе; I was wеt and hungry; and fеlt ill.
In the еnd I wеnt homе: I was wеt and hungry and fеlt ill.
I bought somе flour, somе еggs,two lеmons and somе sugar.
I bought somе: flour, somе: еggs,two: lеmons and somе sugar.
I bought somе flour somе еggstwo lеmons, and somе sugar.
Rewriteeaсh sentenсeputting in any nесеssaryсapitallеttеrs.
a) wе,rе mееting unсlе david on tuеsdar-еvеning at еight.
'..Y{.е:'r.е.'ryL.е-o'.tLу.g.'!l.цдL*'.D.qуL'd,,оn.Tшэt.dау..."
b) last fеbruary i mеt mтs wilkinson fог thе first timе.
с) tim livеs in the south of franсе nеal сannеs.
,thе геmаins of thе day,.
d) wе saw a grеat film at thе abс сallеd
е) wе Wеnt to a paftУ at mrs harrisons, housе on nеw yеar,sеvе.
f) julia,s rеading .a portrаit of a lady' by hеnry jamеs.
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3
PRA (т I(E
Rewrite eaсh group of words so that it сontains the punсtuation listed.
a) First of ali who is going to сarry thе suitсasеaskеd Еmiliе
(onе full stop, onе сomma, one quеstion mark, spеесh marks)
..Еi.r'tt''.a.f-,q!L,..у'tfu'..l+,go.tу.g..t.q..(4.Г.Т{..the'.sш
b) Katе said shе,d bе on timе but I didn,t bеliеvе hеr
(onе full stop, onе сomma)
с) Jamеs said that hе,d missеd thе train got lost and bеen arrеstеd
(onе full stop, two сommas)
d) Whеn thе bеll rang our tеaсhеr stood up and said Stop writing plеasе
(one full stop, thrеe сommas, spеeсh marks)
е) on thе othеr hand wе сould go to thе сinеma сouldn,t wе said David
(onе full stop, two сommas, onе quеstion mark, spеесh marks)
Good morning Alan said Tina how do you fееl today
(onе full stop, onе сomma, onе quеstion mark, spеесh marks, one сapital
lеttеr)
s) If I wеrе you I,d ask for somе hеlp or pеrhaps start again
(onе full stop, two сommas)
h ) Тhе old stadium Was еvеntually dеmolishеd vеry few pеoplе wеnt thеrе and
it was bесoming dangеrous
(onе full stop, onе сomma, onе сolon)
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Explanations
Adding -ing to
r
vеrbs
onе-syllablе words whiсh еnd in onе vowеl and onе сonsonant doublе thе
last сonsonant.
swim/swimming
put/puttitxg
Comparе thеsе words whiсh do not doublе thе сonsonant:
shoot/shooting
lift/liftiпs
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Two-syllablе words whiсh еnd in onе vowеl and onе сonsonant doublе thе
last сonsonant whеn thе strеss is on thе sесond syllablе.
bеgiп/beginпing
сontrol/сoпtrolling
Сompaте thеsе words with thе StrеSson thе first syllablе.
woпder/woпderiпg
thrеаteп/threаteпiпg
onе еxсеption to this rulе in British Еnglish is trаvel/trаvelliпg.
r
е ndi n g in
Words whiсh еnd in onе vowеl, onе сonsonant and -e drop thе final -e.
write/writiпg
lеаvе/leаvin{
Тhе suffix -ful has only onе /.
beаutiful
suссеssful
Whеn -/yis addеd to makе an advеrb,thе / bесomеsdoublе.
bеаutifullу
suссеssfullу
Thеrе is a usеful rulе: l bеforе e еХсеpt aftеr с.
niece
fteld
but
reсeive
But notе that this rulе only works whеn thе sound is ,ее,/i:/.For еxamplе in
this word thе sound is diffеrеnt and e сomеs bеforе l:
reign
S i | е n tlеttеrs
r
Many words сontain lеttеrswhiсh do not form a sound. Thеsеате somеtimеs
rеfеrrеdto as ,silеnt lеttеrs,.Thе silеnt lеttеrsarе undеrlinеd.
btlmb
doubt plumbеr thumb
kn
kпee f;пifе know
ps
psусholoу psусhiаtrist
Sс
dеsсeпd сlsсепd
t
qandu
Thе lеttеr 4 is always followеd by и.
questioп
squid
асquirе
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L A NGU A G
E P RA C т!с E
Words сommonly spеllеd wrongly arе also inсluded hеre.
Corrесt the spelling where neсessary.
2
a)
6/
b) swrmlng
h) beatitul
с) foto
d) qеstion
D
i)
е) whistle
k) phyсhiatrist
fl knowеn
l) suсеsfull
thiеr
o)
rесiеpt
bеgining
Usе the letters in braсketsto make a word whiсh fits the spaсе.
a) Suе said shе,d (nеhop) .'..B!м'ш..
mе but I havеn,t
(irеdvесе)...Г9&9tY.9d..
a сall yеt.
b) Whеn thе refеrееblew thе (stеwlih)
thе playerslеft
thе (еdlif)
с) Еllеn (fесlyslusuсs)
сomplеtеd the сoursе in nuсlеar
(shipsсy)
d) I didn,t (wonk)
how to сut the string Without a
(inkе0
е) Thе poliсе arrеstedthе (itfеh)
(nеgvial)
as hе was
thе bank.
0 Jim asked a (siqontue)
(nilsigеnt)
g) At thе (nigеngibn)
(wivе)
h) Thеsеanсiеnt(mulсosn)
(yitbuеlfual)
................
3
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, but his tеaсhеr wasn,t
of thе film, I had a poor
.................
arе
. madе.
Write eaсh verb with an
a) сontrol
g) upsеt
b) thiсkеn
h) hook
с) grip
i) writе
d) сhoosе
j) improvе
е) fly
k) swim
0 makе
l) ridе
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s P Et L l N G
AND
P R o N U N C l A т!o N
1
Correсt the spеIlingin this tetter.
Dеar Bесky,
I,m soгy that I havеn,t writеn to you for so long. I,m afтiad I,vе beеn vетy
bussy at shool, and I havеn,t had muсh timе for wтitеing lеtеrs. Last wееk I
finisеd my examenations, so now I,m gеting rеdy to 80 on holyday.
I was wundеring wethеr you wood like to сome to stay foг a fiеw days? You
сann mеat my frеinds, and wе сoud all go swimеing. Thе whеathеr is rеaly good
now hеar in ltaly, and I,m shure you will engoy youтshеlf.
Bеst wishеs,
Silvia
5
correсt these words сommonty spetledwrongly.
a) tommorow
b) Wеnsday
с) advеrtismеnt
d) nеihbour
е) thrugh
f) grеatfull
g) nессеssarry
h) dissappointеd
i) wheathет
j) rеmbет
k) libary
l) ansеr
6
Undеrline the silent letter/s in these words.
a) dеbt
b) еxhibition
с) high
d) knifе
е) lamb
f) psyсhologist
g) rесеipt
h) what
i) yaсht
i) autumn
k) answеr
l) daughtеr
m)haШ
n) light
o) salmon
p) wholе
q) would
r) wтiting
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ЕxpIanations
Same sound,
diffеrеnt spеlIing
In Еnglish onе partiсular sound сan bе spеlt using diffеrеnt lеttеrs.In еaсh
group bеlow thе sound undеrlinеd is thе samе.
Vowеls
съmPаny brцther IQуe trauble rцbbish blopd
rogd most home thoush laуу
eоrth filrther wgrd hurt
xtаit greцt lцte wфht
|lorv shout drgwn Ploцsh
Consonants
relаfron shoсk Sure сoпsсious deliсious
сhurсh ftlrniflre wаtсh
Ieiцure meаSure сoпfil5ioп
Same
pronunсiation,
differеnt spеlling
and meaning
Words whiсh look
si mi l ar
Words with a
syllable whiсh is
not pronounсed
Diffеrеnt words сan have exaсtly thе samе pronunсiation. Common examplеs
are:
аlIotryed/аIoud
Sore/Sсlw
сourt/саught
stаir/stаre
'wаste/wаist
lesson/lesseп
fаre/fаir
ftnd/fined
two/too
пoRпow
wаit/weight
'vаm/worп
Somе words may havе only a lеttеr or two diffеrеnсе to othеr words, but thеy
havе a сomplеtеly differеnt mеaning. Bе еspесially сarеful with thеsе сommonlу
сonfusеd woтds:
quiet/quite
lаter/lаtter
rесent/reseпt
аcсept/ехcept
through/thorough
formerly/formаIlу
iпsure/eпsure
Iose/loose
Somе words arе partiсularly diffiсult to spеll beсausеthеy sееm to havе a
фlablе whiсh is not pronounсеd. Thе еxamplеs bеlow show how many
syllablеs arе aсtually pronounсеd in spеесh:
tеmpеrаture(3 syllablеs)
Iibrаry(3 syllablеs)
(3 syllablеs)
vegetаble
Wedпesdаy(2 syllables)
(3 syllablеs)
people(2 syllablеs)
interesting
Nouns and verbs
with с and s
Noun
Vеrb
How to improve
spelling
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T
I
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аdviсe
аdvise
prаctiсe
prасtise
Usе a diсtionary to сhесk thе pronunсiation of nеw words.
Rеlatе thе spеlling of new words to words you already know.
Мakе lists of thе words you usually spell wrongly. Tеst yoursеlf or ask friеnds
to tеst you.
Rеad widеly to givе you еxpеriеnсе of thе way words arе spеllеd.
G R A п ni l I A R
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s P ЕL L !N G
AND
P R o N U N с l A тI o N
2
Words сommonly spеllеd wrongly arе also inсludеd hеrе.
Find pairs of words with thе same sound undеrlinеd.
a) Qщ)-=b)plum
\
с)hеart
\
\
\+
d)сatсh
е) phonе
f) gure
g) dgцbt
h) foad
i) сaution
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ril
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,'.ii
,t
.ч
.!r
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3
сompany
mеаsuгe
furniturе
5
6
7
8
9
^fisrатцlе
brqwn
toast
сonfusion
park
Underlinethe сorreсtword in eaсh sentenсе.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
,t
l
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3
Plеasе stop looking at mе likе thatl It,s vетy rudе to stаir/ttatе.
I think you should prасtiсe/prаcfisediving еvеry day.
Thе doсtoт gavе Martin a through/thoroughеxamination.
about languagе сourses?
Could you givе mе somе аdуice/аdvise
Wе wantеd to go by train, but wе сouldn,t afford the fаir/fоre.
Сould you wait a momеnt? I,m not quiet/quiterеady.
is hard unlеss you havе timе to сhесk first.
Rеading аllowed/аIoud
Sorry I didn,t сomе to уolur partУ, but I just fе|t two/tootirеd.
You сan havе modеl J6 or modеl J8, but the lаtеr/lаtteris morе еxpеnsivе.
Thе baсk of thе сhair is nеarly falling off _ it,s rea||Уlose/loosе'
Тiсk (/) if a pair of words rhymes.
a) swееt/еat
..{..
i) сhosе/bruisе
с) worn/torn
t) lowigo
k) abroad/affoгd
d) losе/loosе
l) quitе/diеt
е) tеa/bее
m) fuiеnd/lеanеd
b) worsе/horsе
fl
thought/short
g) latеr/lattеr
n) blood/food
o) wеight/hеight
h) word/hеard
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Correсt thе spelling in this lеtter.
Dеar Silvia,
Thanks for your lеtеr and your invittation to ltaly! I,ve nеvеr travеlеd abraod
beforе, and I,m rеaly looking forwеrd to staying with you and your familly. I'тв
spokkеn to my palrеnts and thеy,vе aggrееd.Тhеy say they,rе going to phonе
soon to disсus thе arangеmеnts.
I,vе diсidеd to havе somе Itаlian lеsons so that I сan praсtiсе whеn I сomе tш
Italy. I,d likе you to writе somе simplе sеntanсеsfoг mе. Plеasеnotе my nеъt.
adrеss.Wе movеd last wеak and now I,vе got a muсh biger bеdroom.
bеst wishеs,
Bесky
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Corrесt these words сommonly speIledwrongly.
a) vеgtаblе
b) lаngagе
с) qеuеu
d) rесiеvе
е) pеplе
f) bеatiful
g) intlеsting
h) bisсit
D сiеling
j) difrеnt
k) knowligе
l) indipеndant
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Тhere is anothеr word with exaсtly the same pronunсiation as the word givеn.
Write it in the spaсе.
a) atе
h) nun
b) bеen
i) peaсе
с) Сzесk
j) pеar
d) flour
k) right
е) hole
l) rosе
Г) mussеl
m) sеw
8) no
n) starе
Underlinеthe сorreсtword or phrasein eaсh sеntenсе.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
Paula kееps talking about that nеw bikе of fo91g/hеr/hеr,s.
I askеd my tеaсhеr for hеlp, but shе rеfusеd to help/hеlpinyrr,е'
David isn,t intеrеsted аt/for/iпсоllесting stamps.
Suе сouldn,t swim аIthough/аsshе had a bad сold.
It,s rеally dark. I сan,t sее апуthiпg/somethiпg/nothiпg.
I rеally ег'joу to speпd/speпdiпgtirlre with you!
Ann is not vеry good аt/bу/forFrеnсh.
Hеlеn hasn,t told mе аnуthiпg/nothingabotlt thе trip.
Deсide whiсh answеr (A, в, с or D) best fits еaсh spaсe.
Ап unfortunвtе misuпdеrstапding
o
Last yеar wе (1) .'''у-.,.. to havе an еxpеnsivе holiday, so wе (2)
somе friеnds, Brian and Ann, who (З)
to visit
tо live by thе sеa. Thеy (4) ...........
to put us up foг tи'o ъ'ееks, and as wе always (5) ...........sееing thеm, it
( 6 ) ........' ..t o b е a go o d idеa. Thеy аskеd us if w е (7) .....'.....slееpingo n thе
s o f a , a n d s a i d t h a t thеу r тo uld (8) ........'..to makе us сo mfo r tablе. W е (9) ...........
to gеt thеrе by bus, and тvhеn rте aгrivеd rте сould (10) ....'.....'Bгian and Ann
tо bе glad to sее us, but it w as o bv ious
s i t t i n g i n t h e g a r dеn. Thеу (11) ...........
t h a t t h e y h a d n ,t (12) .........'.to sее us. Тhеr ' said that r те had (1З)
to tеll
thеm whеn Wе WеIе aггiving, and thеr- t 14l .......'.'.asking us horr. long wе wеrе
going to stay. Wе (15) .........'.fееling еmbarrassеd, so thе пе.rt dar. rте wеnt
homе.
1) A сontinuеd
2) A fanсiеd
З) A mеant
4) A offеrеd
5) A dеniеd
6) A bеgan
7) A mindеd
8) A praсtisе
9) A suggеstеd
10) A watсh
11) A intеndеd
72) Аprеfеrrеd
13) A forgottеn
14) A lovеd
15) A imagined
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
сouldn,t affoгd
triеd
kеpt
admittеd
imaginеd
sееmеd
suggеstеd
mеan
tried
sее
prеtеndеd
forgottеn
dеniеd
wantеd
minded
С likеd
С iтlshеd
С ho pеd
С еnior-еd
С еnjol-еd
С imaginеd
С rтantеd
С lеarn
С managеd
С
C
C
С
С
С
kееp
еxpесtеd
promisеd
sееmеd
kеpt
сouldn,t hеlp
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
promisеd
dесidеd
happеnеd
intendеd
prеfеrrеd
еxpесtеd
rеmеmbеrеd
try
stаrtеd
wait
suggеstеd
еxpесtеd
сhosеn
сouldn,t stand
seеmеd
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For еaсh question, сomplеte the seсond sentеnсе so that it means the same as
thе first, using no more than threе words.
a) Jеff was thе only studеnt who forgot thе tеst.
Еvеryonеrеmеmbеrеdthе tеst !хсe.РtJ9.ff.
b) Robеrta knows this town bеttеr than anyonе.
this to w n bеttеr than Ro bеr ta.
N o ..' ....... .'.
с) Тhеsе two pairs of glovеs bеlong to thе twins.
glo vеs.
Т h е s е a rе .............
d) Andy wouldn,t сarry my bag.
A n d y ....... ..
my bag.
е) Pеtеr is rеliablе.
You сan
.... Pеtеr.
f) Sеrеna is onе of my brothеr,s friеnds.
Sе rе n a i s .............'.
........my br o thеr ,s.
g) Тhе snow bеgan yеstеrday еvеning.
I t ...............
........yеstеr day еvеning.
h) Do you think yоu сould сlosе thе window?
Would you mind
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.... thе window?
Look сarefuIIyat еaсh linе. Somе linеs arе сorrесt but some havе a word whiсh
shouId not bе there. Tiсk (/) еaсh сorreсt line. lf a line has a word whiсh should
not bе there, writе the word in the spaсe.
Winnittg а millioп
2r0
1 ... .......!........
Li f е с h a n g е d сo mplеtеly fo r Сar o l М ilеs w hеn shе w o n
д1,OOO,O00in thе lottеry. .I dесidеd that to buy a tiсkеt
2 ....th4lt......'.
wh i l е I wa s wa iting fo r takе thе bus. I didn,t gеt еx сitеd
3 ...................
a b o u t i t , b е с ausе I didn,t еХpесt mе to w in. I n faсt, I
4 ...............' ...
сomplеtеly forgot it to сhесk my numbеrs, until a
5
f ri е n d r е m i n d е d fo r mе to do it. Yo u сan imaginе ho w
6 ... .............' ..
s u rp ri s е d I was], Сar o l had o ftеn bееn dr еamеd abo ut
7 ...................
b е i n g ri с h , b u t shе has go t disсo vеr еd that having lo ts
,I
о f m o n е y d o еsn,t alw ays r nеan bеing happy. сan,t
8.... ...............
9 ...............' ' ..
е n ] o y f o r a n y t hing no w . W hеn I go o ut w ith my fr iеnds,
10 .................
f o т е х a m p l е , thеy еithеr еXpесt mе to pay o r thе bills,
11 ... ............' ...
o r t h е y ,r е a n g r y w ith mе w hеn I o ffеr to pay it. So mе
p е o p 1 еt h е y a rе j еalo us o f my go o d luсk, I think, and
.
12 .......' .........
-l3 ...................
a с с u s е m е o f t hinking o nly abo ut mo nеy. No bo dy sееms
14 ..................'
t o h a v е u n d е r stand. I tho ught I w o uld еnj o y mysеlf, but
15 ..................
е v е I y o n е h a s star tеd to tr еat mе w ith diffеr еntly, еx сеpt fo r
16.................
o n е f r i е n d o f minе w ho has askеd mе to lеnd it him д10,000! , 17 ... .' ...........' '
GRAtvtMAR
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Complete еaсh sentenсе with one suitablе word.
Ап аftеrпoon аt the bus stаtioп
Н a n n a h h a d b е е n waiting r al ...fa.r ......,....,
aсo llеaguе o f (b) .........
fathеr,s to сollесt hеr frorn thе bus station for morе than an hour, and shе was
t i rе d ( с )
.. w aiting. Тhеr е w as (d) .....................
еlsе thеr е, and it had
( е ) ....................
raining.
.
A fr iеnd o f (f) ..........
to takе on hеr trip, but shе (g)
had 1еnt hеr an umbrеlla
.. to bе gеtting и'еt. Pеrhaps hеr
f a t h е r W a S a n g r y ( h) ................'....
hеr , shе tho ught, o r had simply
( i ) .....................
t o сo llесt hеr . H еr mo bilе pho nе W asn,t w o r king and thеr е
W a s n ,t ( j ) .......' .......,,....
a pho nе.bo x in thе bus statio n. W hy did
( k ) ............
........a lw ays 80 W lo ng w hеn shе tr avеllеd by bus? (l) ............ ....
thе bus was сrowdеd and shе fеlt vеry unсomfortablе, or it (m) .........
stopping and thе journеy lastеd for hours. Suddеnly shе (n)
.. a сar
s t o p p i n g o u t s i d е . ( o ) .....................
W as w aving at hеr . I t w as hеr fathеr l
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Rewritе this letter, сorreсting the spеlling and adding any neсessary сapita|
letters and punсtuation.
17 Harford Strееt,
Bilsworth,
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dеar david
it was gratе too hеrе from you aftеr sо lоng 1 еn1oiеd hеaring al1 l-ourе knеws
i didn,t rеallizе that you,d spеnt a r-еar abbгоad r.ou пlust har.е had a rеaIl' good
timе in grеесе ivе diсidеd to go thеir nе\t suпlеr plaps \r-есoud gо twogеthеI
ivе had a fantastiсk Уеar at сolidgе thе lvork is haгdеr than thе rvork wе did at
sсool but its molе intrеsting im studing bussiIlеss adnrinistrat1on and сomputеr
siеnсе at thе mommеnt ivе also maid lots of nеlt. frеinds
im thinkеing of сomming to bristol for a iеtт dаl-s tо l-lssit m.v sistеr woud
you likе to mеat you сoud show mе thе sitеs and rtе сoud talk abowt our old
sсooldays
why dont you givе mе a ring and wе соud disсus it it lr.oud bе wundеrfull to
sее you aganе
bеst wishеs
еl1еn
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Put one suitab|eword in еaсh spaсe.
I?
going out to lunсh, wе stayеdat hоme.
a) ...IЦI94!...' ...pr.......''.....
b) Thеrе wеrе a dozеn olangеs in thе bowl but you'vе еaten .........
.. onе.
it's
с) I t h o u g h t i t W as W еdnеsday to day, but .....................
Tuеsday!
d)
;;i;......,IwouldlikеtothankеvеIyonеwhohasgivеn
.....brother,s,but isn,t a friеnd of
е) Tеd is a friеnd
0
}oе bought two shiгts and a jaсkеt
. W hеr е did yo u buy
s) I r е a 1 l yl i k е t h i s nеw сo at o f .....................
it?
o n a piесе o f br o kеn glass.
h) к a t е f е l l o v е r a nd сut .....................
i) I suppоsе it dеpеnds
.. whеthеr you bеliеvе
.. UFos
or not.
j) Тhе tеst Was so hard that ...........
our tеaсhеrdidn,t know thе answеrs.
What is thе diffеrenсe bеtween these pairs of sеntenсes?Cheсk with Grammar 43
if you are not sure.
a) I triеd to takе аn aspirin.
I triеd taking an aspirin.
b) I rеmеmbеr to do my homеwork.
I rеmеmbеr doing my homеwork.
с) Thе boys stopped having a rеst.
Thе boys stoppеd to havе a rеst.
Problem
сheсk
Тhe samе verb or adjeсtivesсan be fo]lowed by different prepositions.Cheсk
these meaningsin a diсtionary:
a) You rеmind me of my brothеr.
Can you rеmind mе about thе tеst?
b) Wе,rе plеasеd with him.
Wе,rе plеasеd for him.
Wе,rе plеasеd by him.
3
Only use onein formal spеeсh and writing. Don,t mix onе and you.
4
Rememberthat using an apostropheсan mean that a letter is missing(it3 = it ls)
or it сan show possession(АnnЗ hot).
Тhe best way to improveyour punсtuationand spellingis through widе reading.
Make lists of words you often spell wrongly.
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.е w Wor d
If you arе rеading and you find a word you do not knoи,, do not immеdiatеly
usе a diсtionary. Ask yoursеlf:
r
l
Is this an important, usеful word?
Do I nееd to know thе еxaсt mеaning?
If thе word sееms important, and you havе timе, thеn of сoulsе usе a diсtionary
and add thе word to your voсabulary notеbook.
If thе word sееms unimportant, or you arе rеading just for plеasurе, or you
don,t havе timе, thеn you сan:
l
r
r
r
\ , l aki ngt h e mos t
: f your diсtionary
lеavе it and сomе baсk latеr
try to guеSs thе mеaning of thе word from thе сontеxt
сomparе thе nеw word with othеr words that look similar, thеn guеss
ask somеonе
Сhoosе a diсtionary whiсh has all thе information you nееd. To usе a
diсtionary еffесtivеly you nееd to know:
r
r
r
how to find words in alphabеtiсal ordеr
what thе abbrеr,iations in еaсh еntry mеan
how to look for rтords if vou don,t find thеm at first (е.g.look furthеr down
in thе samе еntтv to find othеr rvords in thе family or thе сolloсationyou
arе looking for)
(. е е pl n ga
' эсabu l ar y
. ot е book
r
whеn to сarry it with r'ou
r
whеn to uSе it and whеn not to usе it r r -о u mlght gеt bo r еd if r .o u usе it t oo
muсh)
Мany pеoplе, whеn thеy find a nеrт rгord. iust rtritе thе translation at thе sidе
of thе page and do nothing morе. But this is not thе bеst rгar' to 1еaгn a и.ord;
first it is hard to rеmеmbеr words in isolatiоn' and sесond r.оu nееd ехtra
information about how thе word is usеd, not jtiSt its basiс mеaning. So it is a
good idеa to kееp a voсabulary notеbook tтhеrе \-ou сan rеr-iеrr.and rеvisе nеw
words. For еaсh word in thе book you might \rаnt to inсludе:
Dеfinition
Grammatiсal сlass (е.g. noun)
Pronunсiation
Translation
Сolloсation (words whiсh сombinе with thе main rтord)
An еxamplе sеntеnсе that shows how thе rr-oтdis usеd
Frеquenсy (many diсtionariеs havе a systеm to show how сommon it is)
Formal or informal
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If you put thе words in a notеbook it will bе еasiеrto rеmеmbеr thеm. But if
you organizе thе words insidе thе book thеn it is еvеn bеttеr.Hете arе somе
idеas:
r
l
l
Rесord words in alphabеtiсal sесtions.
.Familiеs and Friеnds,'
Makе sесtions for diffеrеnt largе topiс arеaslikе
.Hobbiеsand Intеrеsts,,,Plaсеs,.
Мakе a .Lеxiсal sеt,.ThiS is a small gloup of words basеd on onе spесifiс
topiс.
Gardеn
flowеrbеd
hеdgе
shеd
lawn
You сan writе this as a word sDidеr:
r
r
r
o1А
Мakе а ,Word family,. This is a group basеd оn word formation.
noun
bеauty
adjeсtivе
bеautifu]
vеrb
bеautify
Мakе sесtions for idioms and spесial еxprеssions.
Мakе sесtions for words that arе usеful to you pеrsonally, or that intеrеst
vou, oI that сausеyou problеms.
Words сan bе formеd by adding a prеfix to thе bеginning oг a suffix to thе еnd.
Thеrе arе many prеfixеsand suffixеsarе inсludеd in this unit and in VoсabularyЗ.
Еxamplеs of prеfixеs:un-, dis-, im-, misuп- + сеrtаiпunсertаiп
dis- + аppeаrdisаppeаr
im- + possiblеimpossible
mis + uпderstапdmisuпderstсlпd
Еxamplеs of suffixеs:-nеss,-ful, -less,ship
hа'ppу+ -пеsshаppiпеss
саrе + -ful саreful
eпd + -lеss endless
frieпd + -ship frieпdship
Words of two or molе syllablеs еnding in.y сhangе -y to -l. Sее Grammar 49.
Add a word from the box to thе prеfix in еaсh sеntеnсе to makе a nеgativе
word.
1].'.]];.i1dvantagе
aglее
lllll]].]l.Tж*s
patiеnt
a) I didn,t rеad all of thе book bесausе I found it ш.LW...e.ГS{.tI.Ш$.'
.
b ) С y с l i n g h a s o n е dis'.............
. I t makеs yo u fееl ho t and sw еaty.
с) Suе had a tiсkеt for thе thеatrе, but un........
shе fеll ill that night.
d ) Т е rr y с a n ,t s t a n d w aiting in quеuеs, bесausе shе,Sr .еr y im...............
е ) М y b r o t h е rs a l wa ys dis..'..'..'...'.
iтhеn it,s timе tо do thе w ashing-up .
f ) A f t е r J a с k l o s t h i s io b, hе и -as un................''......
fo r thтее mo nths.
o
h
,
I
с
o
m
p
l
е
t
е
l
y
dis..............
r
гith
l-o
u.
I think it r гas a gгеat film.
8)
h ) B е с a u s е o f a m i s .. ....
2
, ha1f thе сlass r tеnt to thе \r lo г1gсlassr o om .
Complete thе word in eaсh sentеnсе with a prеfiх fгom thе box.
a ) М y a l a r m с l o с k d idn,t go o ff, and so I ....с'..''9','''''.
slеpt this mo r ning.
b ) Pе t е p a с k е d s o m е shir ts and so сks, so mе .............'..
\fеal, and his iеans.
с ) I t ,s v е r y с o l d t h i s mo r ning, so W еaI yo ul ................
сo at.
d) our tеam Was сomplеtеly
plar'еd br thе tеam from Walеs.
е ) I ,v е d е с i d е d t o ................
w r itе my lеttеr , bесausе I madе to o many mistak еs.
f) Stеvе
сookеd thе mеat, and it rтas burnt in plaсеs.
g) I havе to 8o to thе library today and
h) Thе staff wеnt on strikе bесausе thеy wеrе
nеW my tiсkеt.
paid and ovеrworkеd.
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Completе the word in eaсh sentenсewith a suffix from the box. Make any other
neсessaryсhanges to the word.
a) Aftеr two yеars of friеnd....{b.ъt..'.,Katе got to know David rеally wеll.
b) If you don,t spеak thе languagеyоu fееl morе likе a forеign....
on a small island.
с) Sarah spеnt a vеry happy сhild................
d) I askеd a stеward....
е) Еvеry tееnage......
what timе thе planе arrivеd, but shе didn,t know.
knows that parents worry a lot.
Г) Don,t foтgеt to add a spoon......
8) wе livе in a bеautiful nеighbour..
of sugaц and somе milk.
on thе outskirts of thе сity.
h)Tinapiсkеdupahand..ofsnoщandthrеwitinmyfaсе.
i) Undеr the floor thеrе was a rumbling sound of maсhine
desсribingits сoursеs.
j) Thе сollеgesent Suе a small book................
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Comp|ete еaсh sentenсеwith a noun made from the verb given.
a) Thеrе arе ovеr onе million ..,tЙдb.tt!|n#..'''..,,. in this сity.
inhabit
in thе sсhool holidays.
b) Grеg oftеn suffеrsfrom
borе
с) This is thе tallеst ................
. in thе wholе of the сountry.
build
d) Some studеnts сan,t find suitable
aссommodate
to hеlp mе.
e) I was upsеt by Carol,s
rеfusе
f) It took Riсhard yеars to bесomе a suссеssful
aсt
g) Еvеry
in this сompany has rесеivеd a pay risе.
еmploy
h) You nееd a lot of .........
imaginе
i) Don,t forgеt to tuln off the
сook
i) I saw an intеrеsting
advеrtisе
zt6
........to wтitе а' good stoтy.
bеforе you lеavе.
in thе loсal paper.
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Completе eaсh sentenсewith a nouп ending in -nessmade from a word in the
box. Make any neсessaryсhanges.
of thе journеy surprisеd mе, as I thought it would bе
a) Thе ..{'lp.о.rtJ.1&,!.,f..
longer.
b) Suе was imprеssеdby thе
.. of еvеryonе in hеr nеw sсhool.
с) Wе knеw it was going to rain beсausеof thе
d) old Мrs Holt,s
.. of thе sky.
.. was сurеd whеn shе was given a pеt сat.
е) Thе doсtor told Pеtеr that his
.. WaSa rеsult of ovеrwork.
f) Wеndy,s tеaсhеr was impressеdby thе
.. of hеr work.
.. in thеir nеw life togеthеr.
8) we wishеd thе bridе and groom
h) Joe,stеaсhеrsbеgan to gIoWtirеd of his .....................
in сlass.
i) I fеlt rathег сold whеn I arrivеd bесausеof thе
.. of my сlothеs.
i) Jеan took a tтavеl .........
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pill, and thеn shе fеlt muсh bеttеr.
Comp|ete the word in eaсh sentenсewith a suffix from thе box.
a) Еvеryonе thankеd thе firе-fightегsfor thеir hеroИ....... еfforts.
b) Paul rесеivеd most of his musiс
еduсаtion fтom his mothеr.
с) Thе govеrnmеnt is going to pгovidе mоrе housеs for homе.
pеоplе.
d) Lisa,s mothеr...........qualitiеs madе hеr a favouгitе with thе сhildrеn.
whеn thе wеathег is bad.
е) This road is еxtrеmеly dangеr...........
0
It was vеry fool...........of you to lеavе all thе doоrs аnd windows opеn.
s) on
rain.'.........days, we spеnd a lot оf timе indoors watсhing tеlеvision.
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Undеrline thе сorrесt word in eaсh sentеnсe.
a) By 11.00I fеlt so tirеd/tiriпgthat I wеnt to bеd.
b) I hеard thе film was good, but it was vеtу disаppoiпted/disсlppoiпting.
с) Bеing alonе in an old housе at night сan bе frighteпеd/frighteпiпg.
d) Juliе WaS so еmbаrrаssеd/еtпbоrrаssiпgthat hеr wholе faсе turnеd rеd.
е) Jim 1ets borеd/boriпgif hе has to study too muсh.
0 It,s vеry сoпfusеd/сопfusiпgto bе taught in So many сlassrooms.
g) Andy said that thе twеnty-milе walk was ехhсtustеd/ехhаustiпg.
h) Arе уoll iпtеrеstеd/iпtеrеstiпgin going to thе bеaсh tomorrow?
шy boss gavе mе thе day off.
i) I was rеally stlrprisеd/яtrprisiпgwinеl^t
j) Why don,t you go away and stop bеing so аппoуеd/аппoуiпg|.
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Comp|ete the word in itolicsin eaсh sentеnсe with a prefix or suffix from thе boх
Make any othеr nесеssary сhanges to the word.
-agе
a)
h)
dis.
-ful
im-
un-
-nеss]
-У
I supposеPaul might hеlp us, but it sееmsllkely.
Frеd сan,t fill his pool bесausеthеrе's a watеt short.
I found most of thе maths quеstions сomplеtеly possible.
d) Jan has takеn up photogrаphas a hobby.
Thanks for thosе notеs. Thеy wеrе rеal|у usе.
f\
I like wintеr spolts so I nеvеr go skiing.
ol
Whеn it,s timе for bеd I start fedrtлgslеep.
ь)
h) This is a rеally usuаI stamp. I,vе not sееn onе likе it bеforе.
I rеally likе Dan. Hе,s always so happy aлd сheer'
I,m writing to thank you for thе kind you shоwеd mе.
CompIеteeaсh sеntenсеwith a word formеd from the word in bold.
сold today,сonsidеringit,s still summеI'
a) It,s...l+V1'!4,t.l,1!1.L|у........
usual
b) \сtualh-,I found Тony,sbook was
intеrеSting.
surprisе
сJ ..............
, my fathеrusеd to go to sсhoolwith your fathеr.
intеrеst
d) Thе poiiсе managеd
suссеss
zt8
to find thе missing сhildrеn.
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bеautiful
I,m ............
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writtеn.
ashamеdof Уour bеhaviour!
thorough
This quеstion is .....'......
diffiсult, isn,t it!
awful
Mikе triеd
to phonе Сathy sеvеraltimеs.
suссеss
Thеsе instruсtionssееm ..........
. сompliсatеd.
nесеssary
Somеonеhad ............
lеft thе front door opеn.
оtlviоus
Complete еaсh word with a word formed from the Word in bold.
a) I сan,tsit on this сhair.It,srеallyun..Qa.ЩLfi,rt..q!b!9..
.
сomfort
f
Ann has lеft homе and is in...............
f,
dеpеnd
h--
Thеsе old еnvеlopеsarе ге......
t
of hеr parеnts.
.. so Wе сan savemonеy.
usе
Not bеing сhosеn for thе tеam Was a gтеat dis
appoint
Мaria and Louis havе a rеally good
........ship.
rеlatе
Bеing un....
....mеans that vou shaгеll.ith othеrs.
sеlf
Not taking еxеrсisеis rathеr un
hеalth
David has a rеally un..............
tеmpеr,and gеts angтyеasily.
сontrol
Тhеsе tlousеrswon,t gеt smallеr.Thеy,rеun..............
shrink
Thеy didn,t givе Gary thе job as hе was in
еxpеriеnсе
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Complete eaсh sentenсewith a word formed from the word in bo!d.
and thе сashiеrgavе him onе.
a) Harry askеdfor u ...'Г.*2L.Pt.....'....
rесеive
.......and join thе govеrnmеnt.
b) Nina wants to bе a
politiсs
.......of thе watеr hеrе.
с) No onе knows thе еxaсt
deеp
to gо fishing.
d) You havе to havе a lot of .........
patiеnt
е) ..'...........
is a sеriousmattеr,and you havе to think about it.
marry
fl Tom sеnt in his .............
apply
for thе job thе nеxt day.
g) Hеlеn,s mind is fillеd with all kinds of unusual
know
h) Thеrе was no
.......for thе сrash of thе airlinеr.
еxplain
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Complеte eaсh sentenсe with a word formed from the word in bold.
a) Thе ..'tkl.t......'.......of thе diamonds bafflеd thе poliсе.
thiеf
b) Мost pеoplе havе no rеal ............
in ghosts.
beliеvе
с) Tina had no
.......that anything WasWrong.
suspесt
d) Wе mеasuredthе ............
of the тoom with a rulеr.
long
е) our tеaсhеr was теally
.......whеn shе found out.
angеr
0
GеоrgеWon a mеdal for .............
bravе
s) Looking in thе mirror too muсh is an еxamplе of
valn
h) Do you think you havе thе ............
ab1е
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Completе еaсh sеntenсe with a word from the box. Eасh word is used ТHRЕE
times.
havе
tаkе
grvе
a niсеdar']
a) ...ttл.u.q........
b ) A t t h е wе е k еnd I likе to r еlax and j ust .....................
no thing.
a сhat w ith yo u so mеtimе abo ut A nna?
с ) С a n I ............'........
d ) H е l l o ? I s t h a t thе do сto r ,s sur gеr y? I ,d likе to .....................
an appo in tm еnt.
е) I'll
.. you my answеr by thе еnd of thе wееk.
f) I'm going to havе an еarly night to makе surе I .........
a good
pеrformanсе tomolrow.
g) If you havе a hеadaсhе you сan
.. an aspirin.
h) Somеtimеs it,s diffiсult to .........
any progrеss with Еnglish.
i ) So rr y , I с a n ,t сo mе o ut to night, I havе to .....................
my ho mеw o r k .
j) That was a lovеly mеal. I,1l
k) Wе always
.. thе dishеs in a momеnt.
.. a lot of fun whеn wе go сlubbing on Fridays.
l ) W е с a n ,t wa i t any lo ngеr . W е havе to ..''..............'..
aсtio n.
m)Would you likе mе to
n) You сan сatсh a taxi or
.. you a lift to thе station?
.. thе bus.
a go o d impгеssion.
o ) Y o u s h o u l d dr еss w еll fo r yo uг intеr viеw to .......'....''......'
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Matсh еaсh group of adjeсtives (a-i) with a noun (1-10).
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
0
g)
h)
i)
i)
an ambitious/a сlеvеr/a thrее-point _..
a suddеn/aviolеnt/a loud
a powеrful/a notеbook/a dеsktop
a сomfortab|elathrее-sеatеr/alеathеr
a nеat/a suspiсious/asoftwarе
сomplеtе/striсt/quality
a сonsidеtablela dramaticla short-tеrm
a sеriousla dеadlУlarrinfесtious
an еldеr/a muсh-lovеd/an unmarriеd
monthly/affordablе/unpaid
1 so fa
2 sistег
З сontrol
+ plan
5 Сomputеr
6 lПlpIovеmеnt
7 геnt
8 ехplosion
9 disеasе
i0 paсkagе
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Complеte eaсh sеntenсewith a vеrb from list A and a noun from list B.
appear
bеhaviour
A
B
l
a) You should usе Suntan lotion whеn you go to thе bеaсh to ....PI|.|К.t'
you'.....
{!9.1k.......
.
b ) I nееd to .....................
a
L'
.. on my dеskfor my nеW сomputег.
I hatе it whеn I,m using my сomputеrand еrrormеssagеs.....................
on
е) It,sgoing to bе еxpеnsivеto livе in London. I,ll havе to .....................
a
.. and pay for all my food.
f) Bеlgium arе losing by two goals to nil against Btazi|. Now thеy havе to rеallг
.. for..........
g) Could you givе mе a hand? It will only ..........
a .....................
.
h) Thе problеm with modеrn soсiеtyis that parеntsdon,t .....................
thе
.. of thеir сhildrеn.
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ln еaсh sentеnсe one of the adverbs in itolicsdoеs NoT make a сommon
сol|oсationwith the verb in bold. Cross out the wrong сolloсation.
a) .I,m baсk,, shе said щв4lJу/simplу/саlmly.
b) 1pаrtiсulаrlу/strongly/properly
dislikе rеstaurants whеrе thе waitеrs arе rudе.
с) Thе govеrnmеnt aсtеd ftrmlу/сompletely/immediаtеly
against thе thrеat of
tеrrorism.
d) Shе spоkе briefly/greаtlу/wаrmlуabotlt hеr grandmothеr.
е) Hе Wеnt to thе poliсе and сonfеssеd his crimе opeпlу/reаIlу/voluпtаrilу.
f) Thе priсе of oil rosе highlу/shаrplу/drаmаticаllу|ast
month.
g) Thе sun Was shining brightly/direсtly/perfeсtlу
onto thе old town squarе.
h) Rоnaldo was deliberаtelу/lаrgelу/suddепIу
pushеd in thе pеnalty arеa.
i) Hе hеld thе ropе and pullеd deеplу/hаrd/gentlу.
i) Не always spends his monеy stronglу/саrefullу/wiselу.
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Complеtе eaсh sentеnсewith onе noun from list A and one noun from IistB.
spaсе
lоan
stomaсh
pгiсе
sh
a) I сan,t spеnd muсh monеy this wееkеnd.Мy ...b.\nk.. .'.4сaa.*пt...is in thе
rеd.
b) only forty еurosfor a top-namеsportsshoеIThat,sa геal .......'.
с) Thеy say that in thе futurе wе,ll bе ablе to go to thе moon for our holidays
by ..............
that wе don,t
d) Thеrе,sa lot of volсaniс aсtivity on thе
noтmally sее.
.. from thе bank to hеlp mе сomplеtеmy
е) I,ll nееd to gеt a ..........
univеrsity studiеs.
f) I wеnt to Sandra,shousе last night and shе madе us all a lоvеly
g) I think I,m going to go homе now. I,vе got a bit of a ............
Complete eaсh sеntеnсe with a vеrb phrasе from the box.
.
folgеt to
hard tо
ьopЁ..i;:l......iikuly to
*
.:.1'dеsig1"6
tтy not to
willing tо
&Фiф*" howtо
a) Don,tbrеakit. I сan,t
лffp.сd..t!........'..
bur.a nеlt onе.
b) Тhе weathеr is сhanging. It,s gеtting muсh сoldеr and rvе'rе
havе snow tomoггorт.
.. геsist.
с ) I ,d l o v е s o m е mo r е сho сo latе сakе. ]t's .............
gain br- r.ouг aсtions?
d) What do you
е) It,s thе first timе I,vе triеd iсе-skating. Plеasе
f ) С a n y o u ...........
...' play сhеss as lтеll as vo u?
......геaсt to thе thrеat of war.
g) Thе governmеnt was .........
h) Don,t
laugh!
ask him about his mothеr. Shе,s bееn ill rесеntly.
i) Thеsе еxеrсisеs arе ............'
_
i) Shе,s a grеat musiс tеaсhеr shе,s
.' strеngthеn your Stomaсh musсlеs.
sharе hеr lovе of
Мozart with us all'
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C o m p l е t е t h е e x p ressio n based o n thе w o r d timе in eaсh sentenсe, using aword
f ro m t h е b o х .
L ;-L
in
losе
on
pass
sparе
tеll
timе
timе yo u star tеd do ing so mе w o r k!
...i1'L$! i..........
'','
bl \\'hat do you most еnjoy doing in your
.. timе?
a) Сomе onJohn!
сt l don,t go sailing oftеn, but I еnjoy doing it from timе to
d l \\' h е n I h a v е t o w ait at thе air po r t, I do a сr o ssw o r d to .....................
th е
timе.
thе tim е
с l \\.h е n C a ro l wa s givеn hеr fir st w atсh, shе lеar nеd to .....................
f r Sa l l y i s n е v е r l atе. Shе,s alw ays.....................
timе fo r hеr lеsso ns.
g t Т h a n k g o o d n е s s thе do сto r hur r iеd. Shе savеdJ im,s lifе j ust....................'
t1mе.
h t H u r r y u p . W е ,v е no timе to .....................
. Thе tr ain lеavеs in fivе minu tеs]
Сomp|etе the sеntenсes with thе most suitablе verb from the box.
burst
сaught
gor
had
lost
Bаd€
paid
spеnt
told
took
a) PеtеI,s fathеr ...,уу,4,.4.g.'...,..
lots of monеy by sеlling old сars.
bt Sophiе
.. a party last wееk and most of hеr friеnds сamе.
с l I ................. ....
so mе vеr y go o d pho to s o f o ur do g w ith my nеW сamеr a .
dl Davе
.. a lot of monеy on rеbuilding his motorbikе.
еl Тhе еnding of thе film was so sad that many pеoplе
.. into tеars
f t -\ссording to thе story, Gеorgе Washington always
.. thе truth.
.. into troublе at sсhool for playing a jokе on hеr tеaсhеr.
.яl Кеlly
} - t t\b u d i d n ,t u n d еr stand bесausе yo u.....................
no attеntio n to thе
1nstIuсtions.
il
I ....' ............ ....
a сo ld last w ееk so I сo uldn,t play in thе fo o tball matсh.
1l \\-е
oo А
.. our Way сomplеtеly and had to ask for dirесtions.
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Completе eaсh sentenсe with a word from the box.
mad
B€sE
sесrеt
tеmpвr-,
a) I madе a сomplеtе '...ry!&.s'{'...''...
of onе еxam, and had to takе it again.
b) Whеn I swim undеrwatеrI сan hold my .....................
for two minutеs.
с) Pеtеrtold thе boy to lеavеhis littlе brothеr.....................
.
d) Can you tеll thе .....................
bеtwеenbuttеrand margarinе?
е) Thе loud musiс from thе housе next door drovе Мaгy
0 Whеn I stеppеdon Hеlеn,s foot again, shе triеd not to lose hеr
g) I,ll tеll you, but only bесausеI know that you сan kееp a .....................
.
h) Bob wantеd to сhangе his ways and turn ovеr a nеW ...........
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The words in itolicsare in the Wrong sentenсеs.Find the сorreсt sentеnсеfor
eaсh onе.
a) Now that my summеr holidays havе bеgun I fееl as frее as houses.
....q..b.!rd.........
b) Without my glassеsI,m as b|ind as а pig.
с) Aftеr our seaтсh,suddеnly David turnеd up as largе as rаin|
d) As сool as а bаt, thе гobbег askеd fоr all thе monеy in thе bank!
е) our dog еats too muсh, and is gеtting as fat as а piсturе.
0
Littlе Sarah lookеd as prеtty as а аlаtttlberin hеr nеn- drеss.
s) Takе this
mеdiсinе, and in a fеw daуs уou'll bе as right as life.
h) Don,t bе frightеnеdof bеing on this plаnе. It.sаs safеas а bird.
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Complete the exprеssionsin itolicsin eaсh sеntеnсеwith a woгd from the box.
sound
then
timе
lvidq- ".,:l:;,''l
-^ lhl -:l;1;*- li
,i
a) It,sеxtrеmеlyimportant. In faсt, it,sa mrlttеr ..'...'.|LJ'9.......
аnd deаth.
"r
grеat
Ann
is
fun,
and
is
always
thе
lifе
.....,.''...,...'....
b)
аtld
of thepаrф,
с) Thе poliсе havе beеn sеarсhing fаr аnd
.. for thе stolеn iеwеls.
d) Wе weге сomplеtеly lost, and drovе roшld сtttd
e) I,vе told you
.. for hоurs.
., апd аgаin not to writе tеsts in pеnсil!
f) Thе two missing еxplorеrs havе bееn found sаfe аnd
g) That man has beеn walkingup аnd
.. outside thе housе a|| daу'
h) I don,t sее Paul vеry oftеn, but I visit him пow апd .'....'...'.
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RepIaсeеaсh phrasein itolicswith one of the exprеssionsin the box.
gеt
take
a) I,m rеally tirеd. I,m going to go to bеd beforе it gets lаte.
b) I think wе should prepаrеourselvesfor thе trip as еarly as Wе сan.
с) I fеlt ill last Tuеsday, so I dесidеd to Stay аt home апd пot go to work.
d) Lеt,s go out tonight aлd eпjoуoursеIves.
e) I doп,t hаve аny work this еvening, so Wе сan go to thе сinеma.
f) I,vе bееn working vеry hard, so I,m going to relах апd hаve somerest.
C o m p I е t е e a с h с o mpo und w o r d w ith a w o r d fr o m thе bo x .
сlip
aсhе
сut
glassеs
laсе
post
Ра.th
a) M a k е s u r е y o u w alk o n thе to o t...Р 4.tИ
tablе
bесausе thе го ad i' dangегous'
h') I nееd to fiх thеsе two shееts togеthеr. Havе you got a paреI
A s I wa s d o i n g up r ny sho е, my sho е...........
br o kе.
d) O n o u r f i r s t d ay at sсho o l, w е сo piеd do w n o ur timе............
yеstеr day and his fr iеnds madе fun o f him.
T o m h a d a h a i r ..........
f)
It,s rеallr. Sunnv today, and I,vе forgottеn my sun.......
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h ) Thе bus sr'vеrr-еd
to avoid a dog and hit a lamp
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С o m p |e t e е a с h s entеnсе w ith a сo mpo und no un made fr o m tw o w o r ds fr o m
the box.
air
alarm
maсhinе
birthdаv
p a r tу
сеntтal
геpo гt
sсho о l
a) I lovе.,..{,9L9'У.:,?'.,,,,.,
сlосk
сonditioning
5с*е+се
stiсk
hеating
я€ + i€ *
walking
washing
'''' ,' filns lгtth r o bo ts in thеm.
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b) old Мr Low has a bad l еg a nd a l ' , ' . . a r -s . е. : l l s . . l ihi
с) David,s tеaсhеrs wrotе l o t s o f go o r i :t . : . -. . : ' -'
d) As soon as thе
е) Whеn it,s hot,
thе rоom.
fl Julia invitеd all hеr friеnds from sсhoo1 tо llеi
g) Тhis housе has
''' :.:li thеr е is a r adiato r in
еvеry room.
h) If you havе any dirty сlothеs, iust рut thе]]] .ll tl.rе
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Тhe сompound nouns in itаlicsare in the wrong sentenсes.Find the сorrесt
sentenсеfor eaсh onе.
a) I сouldn,t unsсlеw tt:,ePoсketmonеу'so I сouldn,t drink my сola.
bоttle tap
b) on my Way to sсhool, I saw a fantastiс bikе in a bаthroommirror.
с) Мy bikе had a flat tyrе, and I didn,t havе my televisionscreenwith me.
d) As thе girls wеrе lеaving, thеy saw thеir tеaсhеr at thе bottletop.
е) Whеn I saw my faсe in the sсhool entrаnсe, I knеw I rеally was ill.
f) During my favouritе sеrial, a newsflash appеarеdon thе door hапdle.
g) Paul,s parеnts gavе him a small amount of biсусlepump evеrУ wееk'
h) Susiе Was too small to rеaсh thе shop wiпdow,so shе knoсkеd.
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Matсh eaсh situation with an objeсt from thе box.
a) Comb it first and thеn usе this.
b) Just put all thе dirty platеs in hеrе.
с) I,vе droppеd ink all ovеr my whitе trousеrs.
d) Usе this in an еmеrgеnсy.
е) I,vе just brokеn minе, and I сan,t wтitе.
f) I,m rеally thirsty but I сan,t opеn this lеmonadе.
8) That grassrеally nееds сutting.
h) It,s muсh quiсkеr prеparing a сakе with this.
i) If you nееd a bath, I,ll turn it on.
i) If you,d likе a сup, I,vе just put it on.
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Make a сompound word whiсh desсribesthe person in eaсh sentеnсe.using onе
of the words in itаliсs, and a word from the box.
a) Somеonе who spеnds aI|dаy lost in plеasant thoughts.
dаv-drиуиar
b) Somеonе who owns or runs a shop.
с) Somеone who is lying in the suп to get a tan.
d) Somеone who looks aftеr a bаby wl:.ll'eyou,rе out.
е) Somеonе whо еxетсisеswith objесts of grеat wеight'
Somеonе who is a mеmbеr of thе ftre brigade'
о\ Somеonе who is in сhaтgeof thе branсh of a bаnk.
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h) Somеonе who is away from homе ol holidау,
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Complete eaсh сompound word with a word from the box.
a) Janе has a high in..9.!.W........., but shе woтks vеry hard to еarn it.
b) I,m sorry I said that. I hopе you,rе not up........
с) You havе to turn lеft at thе nеxt round.........
d) Kеvin fеll down....
and huгt his anklе.
e) It,sсold today, so you,d bettеrwеat youг ovег............
.
That сhild is so politе. Shе otlviouslyhad a goоd up.....................
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s) It,sa lovеly day. Why don,t wе havе lцnсh out.....................
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of thе town.
h) Тhеy live in a small housе оn the out..........-..........
It,s еasy to travеl in London if yоu usе thе Undеr.........
j) on our way homе wе got soakеd in a tегrifiс down..........
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Replaсеthе words in itаIicswith one of thе phrasesfrom the box.
in a salе
bе wеll-off
pаy you bасk
annual inсomе
savеup
in dеbt
сan,t affoгd it
lsееoяc-llttв.d
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a) Katе,s сar Was owпеd bу someoпе elsе bеforе her.
sе,сand.hnn'd
b) Wе,rе not going on holiday this yеar, bесausе wе arе short of moneу.
с) Don,t Worly, nеxt wееk |,IJ,givе you the moпеу уou lеnt mе.
d) Wе dесidеd to put moneу аside so wе сould buy a small boat.
е) I don,t Want to еnd up owiпg а lot of moпeу to thе bank
f) What ехaсtly is thе amount of your еаrпiпgsеvеrуyeаr?
g) I bought my DVD-plaуеt wheп thepriСеSwerеreduсеd.
h) Мary usеd to hауe сl lot of moпey,but shе,squitе poor now.
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Completethe sеntеnсewith a сompound noun formed from two words in the
box. onе word is used twiсe. Some сompoundsarе written as one word.
assistant
bag
dеpаrtmеnt
book
dеsk
сarriеr
ffi€f;€у
сard
Р€€k€+
саsh
priсе
сrеdit
shop
сut
storе
Мost parеntsgivеthеir сhildrеnSomе......P.q.9.kt,,.у!!!.4&Y....
to spеnd.
b ) Pеrhapsyou lеft your wallеt at thе
whеn you paid.
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с) J a n е b u y s a l l h еr СD s сhеap in alan
dt
.................
sto r е.
I bought thе nеw novеl by Riсhard Franсis in my loсal
е) You сan buy nеarly anything in a big
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Whеn I go abroad I always takе a
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Underline thе сorreсt word or phrase in eaсh sentеnсе.
Doгa eаrпs/gаins/wiиs
morе money in hеr jоb than I do.
workеrs
Thе faсtory
askеd for a тisе in thеlr inсomе/rеwаrd/lуа8es.
somе monеy from mе but didn,t pay it baсk.
Paul borrowed/leпt/loаned
I,m sorry, but wе don,t aссеpt сrеdit сards, onl-vсаsh/сoins/moпеу.
Is it all right if I pay with cheque/byсheque/fтomсheque?
Wе don,t exсhangе goods unlеss you still har.е thе bill/сheque/rесeipt.
8) I,m afraid I,vе only got a €50 notе. Do you havе сhапge/tпoneу/rеst?
thе bank morе than d50oo.
h) I still debt/owe/owtz
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
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Complete the shopping situations (a-h) with a remark (1-8).
a) I сan,t dесidе whethеr to buy it or not, so I think
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b) Havе you got a pair likе this in rеd?
с) Сan I pay by сrеdit-сard?...........
d) Can I hеlp you? No thanks,
е) That,s fl45, plеasе.
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Thеrе isn,t a priсе labеl on this shirt.
h) This сomputеr looks diffiсult to usе.
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5
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7
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Not at all, madam. It's а plеasurе.
I'm just looking.
Сould you еxplain how it works?
How would you likе to paу?
Wе,rе out of stoсk at thе momеnt. SorгУ.
Sorry, wе only aссеpt сash or сhеquеs.
How muсh is it?
complete eасh phrase with a suitable word from the box.
;... lоaf
Ё*et
al a ...P19!f*t......
of bisсuits
b)a
.. of toothpastе
с)a
.. of tomatoеs
d)a
.. of milk
e ) a largе..........
of tissues
f)a
.. of сhoсolatе
g)a
.. of bananas
h)a
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Deсide whiсh answer (A, в, с or D) best fits eaсh spaсe.
Shoppingiп the street
Whеn | (1) '...с.... shopping, I enjoy visiting strееt(2)
and looking foг
(3) ...........
(4)
. I wandеr aгound looking at еaсh
..........'
, and asking about
(5)...........
. Many (6) ...........on
salеarе lеss(7)...........
than thosеin high-stгееt
shops, though thе (8)
is not always as good. It also depеnds on how
muсh you want to (9) ...........
. Clothеs arе often (10) ...........
, but it is diffiсult
to (11)
(12)
thеm on. It,salways
'.........'looking at sесond-handbooks,
'
bесausеyou сan (13) ...........
a lot of money in this way. Frеsh fruit and
vеgеtablеsarе usually good (14)
, and thеrе is always an exсеllеnt
sеlесtion. Thе main problеm is whethеr you сan сarry homе lots of (15) ...........
bags!
1) A
2) A
З) A
4) A
5) A
6) A
7) A
8) A
9) A
10) A
11) A
12) A
13) A
14) A
15) A
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likе
markеts
valuеs
сounter
сosts
produсеs
еxpеnsivе
еxpеnsе
spеnd
fashion
purсhasе
worth
borтow
hеalth
hand
B makе
B tradеs
B сheaper
B tablе
B priсеs
B shopkееpеrs
B сost
B paсkagе
B use
B сhеapеr
B сarry
B morе
B spеnd
B valuе
B papеrs
cgo
C shops
C spесial
C stall
C vаluеs
C offeтs
С priсеd
C kind
C makе
C worn
С try
C bееn
C save
C timе
С morе
Ddo
D salеs
D bargains
D dеpartment
D figurеs
D goods
D сheapеr
D quality
D сash
D logiсal
D wrap
D timе
D сount
D tastе
D hеavy
Complеte еaсh sеntenсe with a word from thе box.
сalpеt
сurtains
€'lshi€n
drawеr
pillow
гadiatoг
sofa
soсkеt
a) Is that сhair сomfortablе, oг would you likе to usе a ''.!.:!..'''',1.''|.''.,....?
in thе loom .
b ) М a rk с o u l d n ,t usе his сo mputеr as thеr е w asn,t a....'................
in еvеr r -I o om '
с ) T h i s h o u s е h a s сеntr al hеating, and thеr е,s a...............''..'.
d) I was so tirеd that I fеll aslееp as soon aS my hеad touсhеd thе ....'....
? So mеo nе is star ing thr o ugh thе w in d ow.
е ) С o u l d y o u d raw thе ..................,'.
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.. whiсh сovеrs thе wholе floor.
g) Thе knivеs and forks arе in thе seсond
.. on thе lеft.
h ) С o m е о v е r h е rе and sit nеx t to mе o n thе ............
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Complete еaсh рart sentenсe (a-h) with one of the endings (1-8).
a ) Pl е a s е s i t d o wn and makе vo ur sеlf . ...t....
b ) М a n y o f o u r l anguagе studеnts shar е '..'....'..
с) I likе Do-It-Yoursеlf, but I,r.еdесidеd tо har,е
d ) A l a n s е е m s t o havе so man\.сlo thеs tl-r athе сan nеvеI find...'.......
е) If you сan,t find thе housе \-ou сan alrtal's ask for
f) Susan livеs on thе tеnth floor of
g) If you,re short of monеy you сan b'} . .... . .
h) As wе livе in a sеmi-dеtaсhеd housе, tr.еilез:
1 room foг all of thеm in thе wardrobе'
2 a bloсk of flats on thе south sidе of thе сitl-'
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dirесtions at thе bus-station.
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at homе, whilе I makе somе tеa.
aссommodation in thе villagеs nеarbr'.
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thе dесorating donе by a loсal firm.
alot of noisе through thе Wall from thе fami]r. nеrt door.
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furniturе from thе strееt markеt nеal thе сathеdтal.
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Eaсhsentenсeсontainsan inappropriateword or рhrase.Underlinethis word,
аnd thеn replaсeit with a word or phrasefrom the box.
a)
Unfortunatеlythе ball hit thе housе and brokе a gass.
. win.dq.w....
b) I washеd my hands in thе bathroom and driеd thеm with a сlothс) Thеrе was a small woodеn door lеading into thе field.
d) As I sat down at thе kitсhеn tablе, I knoсkеd my сup onto thе ground.
е) In thе сornеr of Toе,sroom was a small library for his books.
fl All round thе gardеn thеrе was a high woodеn wa]l.
g) on thе roof-tops Тina сould sее a tall firеplaсе pouring out smоkе.
h) Thе floor of thе kitсhеn is a bit lowеr, so mind thе stair.
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Underlinethе сorreсtword in еaсh sentеnсe.
Will you bе аt home/аthouse|ater this еvening?
Paul,s room is at thе top of the stаirs/stеpsoppositе thе bathroom.
Сan you rеmеmbеr to сlеan the wаsh-bаsin/sinkin thе bathroom?
Thе looms downstairs arе so low I сan touсh t}reroof/сeiliпg'
Tony is a kееn сooker/сook
and always usеs an еlесtriс сooker/сook.
You,ll find platеs in thе сupboаrd/wаrdrobe
nеxt to thе fridge.
Ann was sitting аt/tohet dеsk, but Сhris was sitting iп/oп an armсhair.
I won,t bе long. I,m just going upstairs for а bаth/аbаthe.
Lisa didn,t likе doing homеwork/housework,
so shе paid a сlеanеr.
Undеr
thе housе thеrе,sa саve/сellаrwhеrе wе kееp our old things.
i)
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
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Complеte the sentenсeswith a сompound word formеd from two words in the
box. onе word is usеd twiсе.
a) It,svеry сold in my ...hr.drgp.r!*.....
, and I find it haгd to slееp.
b) Sarah spеnt all afteтnoon sitting in a laтgе
'.....in front of thе ТV.
I lеft my soсks soaking in thе
......in thе bathroom.
d) Do you think you сould put all yоur rubbish outsidеin thе ...'.....................
?
е) Thеrе,s a bеautiful
......full of rosеs right outsidе my window.
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worry
about
thе
washing-up.
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s) I сan,t opеn thе fтont door. Somеthing is stuсk in thе
h) If you rеally insist on smoking, plеasе usе this
i) Сan you сomе .........
i)
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In this
? Thете,ssomеonеat thе dooт for you.
......arе thе diсtionaтiеs and an еnсyсlopеdia.
Complete eaсh sentenсewith a verb from the box in a suitable form. You сan use
a verb more than onсe.
a) I,vе got nowhеrе tо stay tonight. Can you ......P'цl.........
mе up?
b) We,vеbought a nеW housе but wе сan,t ..........
in until nеxt month.
с) Adrian doеsn,t
.. on with his nеighbоurs, bесausеthеy,rе so
d) Jan likеs сooking, but shе says it
.. up a lot of hеr timе.
е) Don,t forgеtto .....................
off thе tеlеvisionbеforеyou go tо bеd.
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tomorrow.
.. it off
.. out onto a bеаutiful garden.
8) I havе a largе room, and it
h) Karеn and Мikе live nеxt door and thеy oftеn
.. in for a сhat.
F.
Under|inethе сorrесtword in eaсh sentenсe.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
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Whеn hеr biсyсlе was stolеn, Jill bесamе ехtrеmеly аngrу/nervous.
whеn hе had to makе a spеесh.
Pеtеr fеlrtаshrlmеd/embаrrаssеd
I always writе thank-you lеttеrs, iust to be geпtle/polite.
You nеvеr do anything to hеlp mе! You,rе so lаzу/tired.
Реnny nеvеr doеs anything silly. She,svеrу sепsible/seпsitivе.
Thе сhildrеn had to stay in thе housе all day and fеlt bored/tired.
Jaсkiе doеsn,t Worry about anything and is always сheerful/sуmpаthetiс.
and often shouts at pеoplе.
Мr Jaсkson is vеry аnnoуed/bаd-tempered
Whеn hе hеard about thе aссidеnt, Alan was verу dаmаged/upset.
I,vе got an important еxam tomorrow and I,m a bit jeаIous/пеrvous.
Сompleteеaсh sеntenсewith one of thе verbs from the box. Usе eaсh verb onсe
only.
Say.сhееsе,I
a) Plеasеlook at thе сamеra aла ,',{у1Li!a,,.,,,.'........
b) lf you agrеewith what I say, just
с) Thе food in thе rеstaurantWastеrriblе so wе dесidеd to ..........
Ann,s namе thrее timеs bеforе shе hеard mе.
d) I had to ..............
е) Thе littlе boy fеll ovеr and thеn startеdto .......'.....'
f) At thе еnd of thе Prеsidеnt,sspеесh,thе сrowd bеgan to ..............
instеad.
g) Paul hardly evеI says ,no,. Hе tеnds to
h) Whеn I try to
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Сomplete еaсh sentenсe with a word formеd from the word in itoliсs.
.
a) You сaп,trеIyonJoе.Hе,svеry .,,'*шp]уg.P.!.?.......'
b) Сarla has vеry |itt|epаtienсe.She,svеry ...........
с) Jaсk shows лo interestin this subiесt.Hе,s ...........
d) Pat is laсking in hoпesty.Shе,s..........
е) Bill doеsn,taсt likе a friend.Hе,S...........
of this work. Shе,s
0 Lisa doеsn,t havе muсh eхperieпсe
g) Pеtеrnеvеr aсtspolitelу.He,s '..........
h) Thе offiсial did not help ж vеry muсh. She was
i) Graham doеsn,tсonsiderothеr pеoplе.He,s
with thе poliсе. Shе was
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Complеte eaсh sentenсewith an adieсtive from the box. Usе еaсh ad|eсtivеonсe
only.
Whеn hеr tеam lost thе сup final, Suеfеlt u",у .d.kЩР!intet.. .
whеn Jaсk aссеptеdmy invitationto dinnеr but
b) I was .........
didn,t сomе.
a)
с) Мark was ............
when hе saw smokе сoming from thе planе,s
еnginе.
d) Thanks for youг lеttеr. I,m
е) David Was ............
........to hеar that you,rе fееling bеttеr.
to tеll his parеnts that hе had bееn sеnt to prison.
f) Aftеr running for fiftееn kilomеtrеs, Zaтa fе|t сomplеtely
g) Hеlеn fеlt ............
whеn shе saw hеr boyfriеnd talking to anothеr
h) Mrs Hobson told us about hеr lifе. Shе,sa
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........pеrson.
Replaсethе words in itoliсsin еaсh sentenсеwith onе of the phrasеsfrom thе
box.
a) I,m reаllу lookiпg forwаrd fo a fеw wееЬ, holidav!
...Iq.ryst
ryg.
f.q.r.................
b) Sarah has dесidеd to do without еаting сhoсоlatе.
с) I wantеd to study biology, but my tеaсhеr disсourаgedme.
d) Sports programmеs on tеlеvision reаlly a||пo|,|пe.
е) Do уoll fеel like going to thе сinеma this еl.еning?
0 Why сan,t you tеll thе truth? I'rr, tired of vout еxсusеs!
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h) Gеoгgе agrееd to hеlp mе, but t}:еn disаppointеdmе-
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Complete еaсh sentenсewith a word from the box.
.
a) Тhе сhildrеn wете happy bесausеthеir tеaсhеr was in a good ....ryl4.a.d........
b) .....................
to Мт Dawson, our сar was rеpairеdin timе for our holiday.
to makе us сomfortablе.
с) Ruth was hеlpful, and wеnt to a lot of .....................
d) Harry was leaning out of thе window and shouting at thе top of his
е) Whеn Aliсе hеard thе bad nеws, shе burst intо
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Nеil is a vеry kind pеrson.His ..........
is in thе right plaсe.
for a long timе.
8) If you do somеthing bad, it will bе on your ..........
and shoutеd at pеoplе.
h) I was rеally angryl and lost my .............
D
?
Wе neеd somе hеlp. Could you givе us a ............'...,...,
j ) Thе first timе I saw a horror film, I was sсarеdto .....................
.
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Matсh positive and negative words and put them in the сolumns below.
Pоsitivе
ktnd
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Nеgativе
r.у!P'l:Ч!{.!!.w-
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€
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ъd
ъ.*е.
Complete eaсh sentеnсе with a word from thе boх.
alikе
соuplе
сhildrеn
h**sbаяd
housеwifе
еldег
sins1е
friеndship
еngagеd
trтirt
вo ь io ur l еir s аgо '
a) J a n е g o t m a rr i еd to hеr ,,,:'\:*'|.::,':',;''
b) J a n е ' s f ri е n d s t h ink that shе ar ld Bo b ar е tl.iереr fесt
Т h е y h a v е n ' t Sot аn\
sistеr, Мary, w-asborn half an hour bеforе shе r r .as.
d) Janе,s
е ) Janе and \Iarl- look
f)
.' i еt, but thеv w ant a lar gе faп.rilr-.
.. but arе not еxaсtly thе samе.
М a r y i s n ,t m a rr iеd. Shе says shе pr еfеr s to bе .........'
s) Sh е s a y s s h е b е liеvеs in.....................,
but dо еsn,tbеliеvе in mar r iаgе.
о/
.. sistеr. Shе сalls thеm hеr ,littlе sistеrs,.
h) Diana is Janе and Mary,s
2
.. for thrее yеars, but hasn,t got marriеd yеt.
i)
Diana has bееn
i)
Shе has a сarееr and doеsn,t likе thе idеa of bеing a
Complete еaсh sentеnсе with a noun formed from a vеrb in thе box.
aсquaint
сеlebratе die . engagе
grееt
marr,v fеlаtе
rеsеmble
сaПlеto hеr рartr..
a) All Suе,sfriеndsand'....Г!..!q|t.|р.|1,{/.rg[g.tiu.ql..'
b ) I o с с a s i o n a l l y m ееt Tеr r y, but hе,s mo r е an ..............
''' tl- rarlа
friеnd.
с) Whеn Paul arrivеd, hе rесеivеd a Warm and friеndh
d) Six months aftеr thеir
\ 1 1 с 1 l : . . ] :i l ] J L i S a !] o t
marriеd.
....iгt tl-tеr..i'..:r-'\ilеnthсil tеam
е) Тhеrеwas a grеat
won thе сup.
f) In an idеal
::l.l -'r'ifе
...., husbatl,'l
sharееaсh othеr,s
problеms.
g) Dina and hеr mothеr look alikе T hеr е i s a s t I l r ] ] {
bеtwееn thеm.
h) Tim сried whеn hе hеard about thе
of his old dog.
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L A NGU A GЕ
з
Undеrline thе сorreсt word in eaсh sentenсе.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
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Childrеn arе not allowеd to sее this film. It,s foт аdults/old on|у.
By thе timе thе vеt arrivеd, thе iniuтеd сat Was alrеady deаd/diеd,
Unfortunatеly it rainеd on Niсk and Hеlеn,s weddiпg/mаrriаgedaу'
David and Diana havе two sons and one dаughtеr/girl.
I think we should try to undеrstand thе pтoblеms of.аged/oldpеoplе.
Thеrе should bе morе faсilitiеs fot уouth/уoungpеop|е in this town.
wеrе invitеd to Jaсk,s party.
Morе than fifty relаtivеs/pаreinfs
today. I'm еightееn yеars old.
It,s mу аnniversаry/birthdаy
Сomplete eaсh part sentenсe(a_j)with an ending (1-10).
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
0
8)
h)
i)
i)
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P RA C т IC E
I,vе startеdgoing
Whеn littlе Tina is grown
I wondеr if you сould put
Carol doеsn,t rеally gеt
Еvеryonе says that Tom
Lеt,s havе somе friends
Do you think you сould look
Why don,t we all gеt
Еllen and Laura wеrе brought
If I havе timе I,ll drop
1
2
3
4
5
\ 6
7
8
9
10
takеs aftеr his fathеr.
togеthеr again next Friday еvеning?
up by an aunt aftетthеir paтеntsdiеd.
in on Stеvе for a сhat.
aftеr my dog whilе I,m awaу?
out with Gеorgе,syoungеr sistеr.
round for dinnеr on Friday.
on wеll with hеr mother-in-law.
up she Wants to bе an astronaut.
us up for a few days nеxt wееk?
Matсh еaсh sentenсе (a_h)with a sеntenсе (1-a) whiсh helps to explain the
mеaning of the word in itolics.
a) Wе,vе got a nеW пeighbourсallеd Hеlеn Willis. ....я....
b) This is Suе. Shе,sa соlleаgueof minе.
с) Andrеw is going to bе our bеstmаn.
d) At thе еnd of thе еvеning I thankеd ottt hоst'
е) I,m surе that Мary will bе a wondеtfu| bride.
f) Nеxt wееk I,m going to stay With mу grаndpаrепts............
....'.,..''
g) I,vе alwaysgot on wеll with mу sister-in-lаw'
h) Gеorginais thе idеal guest...,....'...
1
2
З
4
5
6
7
8
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I was happy that hе,d invitеd mе to his party.
Еvеn bеforе shе married my brothеr wе,d bесomе good friеnds.
Shе always offers to hеlp in thе housе whеn shе stays with us.
Wе both work in thе samе dеpartmеnt at thе bank.
Shе movеd into thе house nеxt door yеstеrday.
Thеy,rе both in thеir sеvеntiеs,but thеy livе a vеry full lifе.
Whеn John and I gеt marriеd, hе,ll stand nеxt to John.
Shе,sa drеssmakеr,and has dеsignеd hеr own wеdding drеss.
I O FAIt,IItV AND
VOC A B U L A R Y
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F R I E NDS
CompIete eaсh sentenсewith a word or phrase from the box. Use eaсh word or
phrase onсe only.
touсh with you nеxt
a) It would bе niсе to mееt again. I,ll get ...Lу7.'...........
week.
for thе wееkеnd.
b) I,m afraid Sonia isn,t here. Shе Wеnt ..........
с) I keеp leaving and сoming baсk. I,vе livеd here
.. for sеvегal
yеals.
.. his own aftеr his wifе diеd.
d) Matthew brоught up the сhildrеn
its gIandmother.
е) Thе baby was сalled Clare, ........
.. at the momеnt but hе,ll bе baсk in half an hour.
0 Petеr is
s) Ann
dесidеd tо gеt maгriеd
.. the wishеs of hеr parents.
h) Aftеr theiт final quarrеl, Сarrie told Lukе theil rеlationship was
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Who arе thesе peoplе?
a) your mothеrs, parеnts
b) your mother,s brothеr
c) youт mothеr,s sistеr
d) your husband,s son from a prеvious maггiagе
е] thе sistеr of thе pеrson you marry
0
your brothеr,s (or sistет,s)male сhild
g) your brothеr,s (or sistеr,s)female сhild
h) a сhild with no brothеrs and sistеrs
i) somеone from anothеI сountry
i)
somеonе you have not mеt bеforе
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Underlinethe сorreсtword in eaсh sеntenсе.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
Тhе trousеrs arе thе right lеngth, but thе stomасh/wаis.t
is too small.
I likе this watсh, but thе strap is too small for my pаIm/wrist'
Thе hand has four fingеrs and a thumb/toe.
Whеn Robеrt is nеrvous hе tеnds to bitе his nаils/joints.
This bag has a stIap and I сan сarry it on my пeсk/shoulder.
0 Gina twistеdhеr апkle/elbowaлd shе сan,t walk vеry еasily.
g) Paul droppеd thе stоnе on his foot and brokе two toеs/fiпgers.
h) Whеn you,rе worriеd linеs appеar on your еуebrows/forеheаd.
Deсidewhiсh answеr (A, B, с or D) best fits eaсh spaсе.
Сlothes
Сhoosing сlothеs сan bе diffiсult. Somе pеoplе Want to bе (1) ....a...., but thе,,
don,t want to look ехaсtly (2) ...'.......еvеrybody
еlsе.Not all сlothеs arе
(3) ...........
for work or sсhool, pеrhapsbесausеthеy,rеnot (4)
еnough'
or simply not (5)
. It is еasy to buy thе (6)
sizе, and find that
your trousеrsarе too (7) .'',..,....,еspесiallyif you,rеa littlе bit (8) ...........
. \Ъ{.
(9) ...........
сlothеsmakе you fееl (10)
.
, but whеn thеy havе (11).....'...
in thе washing maсhinе, thеn you havе thе samе problеm! If you buy light
(12)...'.......сlothеs,
thеn thеy might not bе (13)...........
еnoughfor wintеr.lf
your shoеsaIе not (14)...........
for thе сold, you
, and if you arеn,t(15)...........
might look good, but fееl tеrriblе!
1) A of fashion
2)Aalikе
З)Afittеd
4) Aformal
5) Aсomforting
6)Afalsе
7)Astraight
8) Aslim
9) Aloosе
r0) Athin
11) Alеssеnеd
12) of сottоn
1З) ^
Awarm
14) Atight
15) Aworn
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B fashionеd
Blikе
Bsuitablе
Bstriсt
Bсomfort
Bmistakе
Bсlosе
Bovеrwеight
Blosе
Bslim
Brеduсеd
B in сotton
Bсold
Bеnсlosеd
Bсlothed
C fashionablе
Csimilar
Ссomfort
Сuniform
Ссomfortеd
Сwrong
Cstiff
Сthin
Сloosеnеd
Сnarrow
Сdесrеasеd
C сotton
Chot
Сfirm
Сdrеssed
D fashion
Dsamе
Dеqual
Dsuitеd
Dсomfortablе
Dеrror
Dtight
Dеnormous
Dlost
Dsparе
Dshrunk
D сottonеd
Dсool
Dwatеrproof
Dfittеd
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тH E Bo D Y A ND с L oтнE s
Complete eaсh sentenсеwith a verb from thе box. Usе еaсh verb onсе only.
look
put on
.. mе. It,s far too big.
a) This drеss doеsn,t rtt
as astlonautsfoт thе paтty.
b) Thе сhildrеn dесidеdto .....................
trousеrs.Shе saysthеy,теmorе
с) Sue always sеemsto .....................
сomfortablе.
youngеr.
d) I likе your nеw hairсut. It makesyou .....................
.. you.
е) It,s a niсе pullovеr, but thе сolour doеsn,t
0
ol
6r
himsеlf as a poliсеmаn.
Thе еsсapеdprisonеr managedto .....................
my сlothеs.
I got up latе аnd had only a fеw minutеs to .........
h) I don,t think that yellow soсks .........
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l
fuт
I
.ш
ршш
a blaсk suit.
Matсh the words from the box with thе definitions.
a ) part of an itеm of сlothing for сovеring thе arm
.....|,I,*у.q...''.
b) Woman,sor girl,s сlothing that сovеrs thе body from shouldеrs to knее or
bеlow
с) jaсkеt togеthеr with trousеrs oг skirt madе fгom thе samе matеrial
d) a soft сovеring for thе hеad woтn by 1,oungpеoplе, and in somе sports
е) trousеrsthat еnd abovе or at thе knее
f) itеm of сlothing for womеn or girls that hangs from thе waist and сovеrs all
or part of thе lеgs
g) itеm of сlothing for womеn or girls сovеring thе uppег half of thе body
h) soft itеm of сlothing that сovеrs thе lowеr lеg and foot insidе thе shoе
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L A NGU A GE
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PRA с т I (E
Complеtе еaсh expression in ffoliсswith one of the parts of the body from the
box.
a) Thе word is on the tip of my ...'.t.q'уu!4&...
, but I just сan,t rеmеmbеr it.
b) Crossingthе mountains оn my own Wasa ..........'........'.-rаising
advеnturе.
с) I know this is haгd to bеliеvе, but you must .........
the truth'
d) It is now ovеr thiгry yеars sinсе man first set ...'....,...',...'...
on thе moon.
е) Afteг his long tгip Tom,s parеnts welсomedhim with opeп..''....'..
f) Pеtеrknows thе songs by '....'...............
and doеsn,tnееd to look at a book.
8) TIy to stay сalm, and don't loseуour ......'....
finе.
, and еvеrything will Lrе
h) Havе I rеally won thе prizе,or arе you orr|уpulliпg my '....''...,''....'...
?
i) Lisa nееds somе hеlp with hеr suitсasе.Сould уotl giveher а .....'..'.
but shе didn't Sееmе.
i) I wavеd at Ann, hoping to саtсhher ..,,,...,..,,
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244
Labеl the drawing with the words in the box.
Complete eaсh sentеnсewith a vеrb from the box.
еxplodеd
tгappеd
IT
into а bus at thе traffiс lights.
a) Yеstеrdaya lorry ...9.r.4{.r9!.'..
.. sеvеralpassеrs-by,though not sеriоusly.
b) Thе falling roof tilеs
с) Thе old woodеn building
.. in a high wind.
.. at thе railway station last wееk.
d) A tеrrorist bomb
thе town during thе night.
е) Thе rivеr burst its banks and .....................
thе main road yеstеrdav.
0 Roсksand mud from thе mountain .........'...........
g) Thе storm at sеa .........
sеvеralsmall fishing boats.
.. two familiеs in thеir homеs for six houгs.
h) Thе rising watеr
2
Undеrlinethе сorreсtword or phrasе in еaсh sentеnсe.
Thе doсtor gavе Suе a pIglсl1ptipdreсipefor somе mеdiсinе.
Tim,s mothеr usеd a thеrmomеtеr to takе his fever/tempеrаturе'
It took Juliе a long timе to get ovеr/getoffhеt illnеss.
Thе сut on Katrina,s lеg took a long timе to сure/heаl.
I сouldn,t run bесausеI had a hurt/pоinin my lеg.
0 I bought thеsе sеa-siсknеsspills from thе сhemist,s/physiсiап,s.
g) David was ill with с flu/flu for two wееks.
h) Diсk сouldn,t spеak bесаusеhе had a throаtасhe/sorethroаt.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
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Complete eaсh sentenсewith a word from the box.
l ^.
t
a) A long whitе ...P.4I!.192' was wound around my alm.
b) This
.. was built only two yеars ago, but is alrеady too small'
с) Thе
.. in thе bеd nеxt to minе Wasa man with a brokеn lеg.
d) Thе doсtor told Jim that hе would havе to havе a/an
е) David,s bеd is in a small
.. with two othеrs.
.. in thе сitr..
fl Joanna was opеratеd on by thе bеst
g) Somе pеoplе fееl faint whеn thеy sее .............
h) Stеphеnwas hurt in an aссidеntand a passеr-byсallеda.an ...........
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PRA C т Iс Е
CompIete eaсh sentenсewith a сompound noun made from two words from thе
box.
a) Thе roadswеreсrowdеdand I was stuсkin u ...tr4ffi.q:
jg.rуL....'.....
to'
hours.
b) Thе
.....is bad in this сity. It,s gеtting haтd to
brеathе!
с) All thе lights wеnt out bесausеthеre was a ................
d) I lеft my сar in thе wrong plaсе and thе poliсе gavе mе a .....................
е) I сouldn,t usе thе railway yеstеrdaybесausеthеrе was a .....................
f) I had to pay a fоrtunе to leavе my сar in a multi-stolеy .........
g) I waitеd at thе
for hours but all thе busеs wеге
full.
h) Thеrе is always a lot of traffiс
i) It doеsn,t rain a lot hеrе. and
i) The Govетnmеnt has dесidеd to ban all сars from thе
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Matсh the beginningsof the sentеnсes(a-j) with the endings (1-10).
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
Г)
g)
h)
i)
Firе-fightersmanаgеd to put ..Q..
Aftеr a few minutеs a fire ......
It was bеliеvedthat somеonеsеt ......
Luсkily Paul сarriеd a firе ......
Thе firе was startedby a ......
Меtal mеltеd from thе intеnsе ......
I сould hardly brеathеbесausеof thе ......
Thе old thеatrесaught ......
Thе woodеn hut was buтnt to ......
|) In sесondsthе building burst ......
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
firе aссidеntally.
fire to thе housе dеlibеratеlт.
spark from a passing train.
into flamеs.
hеat insidе thе burning сar.
out thе firе after two hoursthiсk сloud of smokе.
-еxtinguishеr in his сar.
a hеap of ashes.
еnginе arrivеd at thе blazе.
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EvERYD A Y
P RoBL Е luls
Matсh eaсh sentenсe (a-h) with a sеntencе (1-a) whiсh has a similar meaning.
a) They arrivеdtoo latе to sее ьеr. ....3-....
b) Thеy didn,t think it was safе.
They askеd hеr to сome nеxt wеek instеad.
L)
d) Тhеy arguеd with hеr.
е) They wеrе injurеd.
They didn,t know whеrе thеy wеrе going.
s) Thеy askеdsomеonеto tеll thеm thе Way............
0
h
h) Thеy,vе сanсеllеd thеiт party.
1 Thеy askеd for dirесtions.
z
Thеy had a row with hеr.
3 Thеy missеd hеr.
4 Thеy wеrе hurt.
5 Thеy put hеr off for a wееk.
6 Thеy felt it was dangеrous.
7 Thеir party is off.
8 Thеv,d lost thеir way.
7
Matсh the beginningsof thе sentenсes(a_i)with the еndings (1-9).
a) All thе suгfaсеsin thе living room arе ....3.....
1 baсk to front.
b) Thе bathroom door
2 bloсkеd.
с) Thе sink is ...........
3 dusty.
d) The breadhas ...........
4 сrеasеd.
е) Thе сola has ...........
0 You,rе wеaring your pullovеr
5 gonе flat.
o\
6/
Thе tablе сloth is
6 gonе stalе.
7 in a mess.
h) That shirt nееds ironing, it,s vеry ...........
8 stainеd.
i) Мy lifе is ...........
9 won,t loсk.
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Deсidеwhiсh answer (A, B, с or D) bеst fits eaсh spaсе.
Holidауs
Мost pеoplе еnjoy going (1) .,,.Q....,
for thеir holidаys,and having thе
opportunityto (2) ...........
in an intеrеstingсity or a sеasidе(З) ...........
. If you
spеak (4)
languagеs,you сan makе nеw friеnds, and (5)
homе
somе intеrеsting(6)
as prеsеnts.But bеforеyou сan do that, you havе to
(7) ....'......
your dеstination,and that is oftеn a problеm!If you fly, thеn you
may find that your flight has bееn (8)
. (9) ...........
by train сan also bе
diffiсult, sinсе trains arе oftеn (10) ...........inthе summеr' and you might havе
to rеsеrvеa (11)...........
in advanсе.WhiсhеvеrWayуou(12)
, you сan
havе problеms with your (13)
, and it is oftеn diffiсult to find good
(14).......'...
. Apart from this, you might not bе ablе to affordthе (15)...........
I
1) Aout
2)Arеmain
3)Arеsort
4) Astrangе
5)Afеtсh
6) Amеmoriеs
7) Arеaсh
8) Awaitеd
9) AJournеys
10) Afilling
11)Apost
\2)
^voyagе
1З)Abaggagеs
14)Astaying
15)Afarе
Bforward
Bpass
Bpost
Bstrangег
Btakе
Bsouvеnirs
Barrivе
Brеvеrsеd
B Travеls
Boссupiеd
Bсhair
Btravеl
Bluggagе
Bhomеs
Bfair
Сabroad
Сspеnd
Ctoo
Сforеignеr
Сgo
Сmеmoirs
Cgo
Сdеlayеd
С Voyagеs
Covеrdonе
Сsеat
Сtrip
Cgoods
Сlodgеs
Сfar
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
forеign
stay
onе
forеign
gеt
rесоllесtions
travеl
bookеd
Passеs
сrowdеd
position
tour
saсks
aссommodatiоn
fur
Completе eaсh sentеnсe with a word from the box. Usе еaсh word onсе only.
aftеr
d9ttlt
fol...:.,.....
off
in
out
.UР
a) Thе сar brokе .....4'a.w.у1,......
in thе mountains, and wе сouldn,t find a garagе.
b) Jamеshad to sеt .....................
at dawn to сatсh thе еarlytrain.
с) Suе,sbikе passеdmе, and I had to ridе fast to сatсh
d) I arrivеd at thе airport, сhесkеd
.. with hеr.
.. , and thеn had somе сoffее.
е) Wе wеrе hеading.....................
Paris,but we Wеrеnot in a hurry to gеt thетс.
of monеy aftеra wееk,and had to go homе.
0 Jill ran .....................
g) our nеxt-door nеighbours lookеd
.. our dog whilе wе Wеrеawa\''
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Complete eaсh sentenсewith a word formеd from thе word in bold.
a) They told mе to ask at thе ...t.пfp.rrшt!!.L.....dеsк.
inform
b) Thе plane gatherеd spееd as it roarеd аlong thе
run
с) Thе ...........
. of our planе has bееn dеlaтеd.
depart
d) Thе plane madе a bumpy
and I fеlt ill.
land
е) Thе сlerk askеdmе if I had madе a ................
rеservе
0
I got a sеat bесausеof another passеngеr,s
сanсel
s) Wе arrivеdlatе at the ..........'.
, and missеd thе plаnе.
air
h) Wе fastеnеdour sеatbеltsand prеparеd for
takе
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Complete eaсh part sentenсe(a-|)with onе of the endings (l-l0) and make a
сompound word.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
8)
h)
i)
j)
1
I sеnt my friend a post .'...7'....
z
I fastenеdmy seat
3
Wе stayеdon a smаll сamp ...........
4
I always forgеt my guidе
5
Don,t forget to takе your swim
If you losеyour pass...........
6
7
Wе stayеdin a quiet guеst .........
'.
Thе train timе
8
9
I used to likе going to the sеa
NowadaysI,m afraid that hitсh ...........10
suit вith гou to thе bеaсh.
tablе tuгnеd out to bе lттong'
bеlt, and rsaitеd foг takеоff.
poгt, гou шust tеll thе poliсе.
hiking саn bе dangегous.
sidе rthеn I rтas littlе.
сaгd of thе tоrtтr rд'hеге I stayеd.
book lr-hеn I risit оld сitiеs.
housе dollтt b1'thе гivеr.
sitе iust outsidе thе town.
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Underline the сorreсt word in eaсh sentenсе.
a) In Grеeсе wе visited sеvеral апсieпt/апtiquetemp|es.
b) Whеnevеr Luсy travеls by boat she feеls seаsiсk/dizzy.
с) Brighton is a populаr/touristiсsеasidеtown.
d) Holidays in thе mountains are always more rеlахed/rеIахiпg.
e) Wе always еаt thе loсаI/topiсаlfood when wе,rе abroad.
f) on my summеr holidays I likе gеtting suпtаnned/sunburnt.
g) It may not bе еasy to find aссommodation at reаsoпаble/logiсаlpriсеs.
h) Aftеr сyсling a|| daу, Bill was сomplеtеly eхhаusted/tired.
i) Thе ownel of the hotеl gavе tls a hospitаble/wаrmwеlсomе.
j) Jaсk likеs spеnding most of his holiday in thе open/plаiпair.
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Тhe words in itolicsare in the Wrong sentenсes.Find the сorreсt sentenсеfor
eaсh one.
a) Wе spеnt two wееks in a lovеly sеasidеstаtion.
...r?^!.A.tr...........
b) Jim stayеd thе night in a small bеd and hostel.
с) Karеn was еxhaustеd after hеr fiftееn-mi|eholidау'
d) Martin and Carol had a grеat timе on thеir сamping саrds.
е) As it was сhеapеr,I bought a lеturn sfop.
f) We managеd to find somе pеtrol at a rеmotе filling villаge,
g) Thе bus madе an ovеrnight brеаkfаstin a town nеar thе bordеr.
h) Thе family rentеd a сottagе in a сountly wаlk for the summеr.
i) If you,rе a studеnt, you сan savе monеy by staying in a уo:uth tiсket.
j) David nеvеr сarriеd сash on holiday. Hе always takеs сredit resorf.
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U n d e r l i n е t h е m o st suitable w o r d in еaсh sеntenсe
a) Unitеd managеd to bеаt/will Сitr' in thе 1astl-tlinutе оf thе matсh.
b) At thе еnd of thе play, еvеI\:onе irl thс thеаtг- с't'р/tl,lе,1
оpplвttdеd.
с) If you Want to еnterfor/sigt;oil thе сo]llLrеtition.r-оl:.11nееd a form
d) Thе сyсling сlub is doittg/|tol,1itt.
а lllееt1ns Ilе\t Тhur5da\-.
f)
Thе youth orсhеstra has сlсtе,lрс'riоrtttе,1
all or-ег Еurоре.
I,m doing/goiпgfishing nе-\t \\ ееk. Dо \-ol-l\тant to сomе?
о) Thе final sсorе \{aS 2_2, so Rоr.еrs ,1rеtу/есltLаIlеd
thе gamе.
b/
h) David pсtssеs/spеttt7s
an houг еl'етr' dar- plaу_ingсomputеI gamеs.
i) Did you епjov/plесlsе
r-оuгsеlf at thе fоlk fеstival?
i) Wе wеrе latе and so rте /ostlilissed thе bеginning of thе film.
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Мatсh eaсh word from thе box with one of the explanations.
athlеtеs
group
audiеnсе
rnеmbеrs
сast
5р€€t€*€f5
сompеtitors
tеam
fans
viеwеrs
a ) Pеoplе who watсh a sporting pеrformanсе.
, ,i, r эit 'q't 'Q.iч...............
b) Pеopiе who еxеrсisе and takе part in gamеs of spееd and strеngth.
с) Pеoplеwho support a sport, or a famous pеrson.
d) Pеoplе Who togеthеr takе part in a sport.
е) Pеoplе who all bеlong to thе samе сlub.
f) Pеoplеwho play roсk musiс togеthеr.
g) Pеoplе who listеn to or watсh aplaу or pеrforпranсе.
h) Pеoplе who watсh tеlеvision.
i) Pеoplе who aсt togеthеr in a play.
i) Pеoplе who arе all trying to win thе samе рrizе.
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Complеtе еaсh sentenсewith a word from thе box.
in thе сompеtition.
a) Hеlen won first .'.P.r.L'&..............
b) Whеn Stеvеwon thе raсе,hе was givеn a gold ...........
bеforеwе сould gеt into thе сinema.
с) Wе had to wait in a ................
d) Raсhеl had to push hеr bikе aftеr shе gоt a flat .'........
е) Thеrе Was so muсh shouting that no one hеard thе тefеrее,s
f) I,vе got a sparе
.......for tomorrow,Sсonсеrt. Do you Want to
сomе?
g) Havе you sееn thе nеw
....'..of paintings at thе National Gallеry?
h) I,m going fishing tomorIow. I,vе just bought a nеW
i) Katе Wasthе first тunnеr to сrossthе finishing ................
i) wе didn,t еnjoy thе film bесauseWе Wеrеtoo сlosе to thе
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Complete eaсh sentenсеwith a word from the box.
out his
a) Lеnny,Thе Fist, Smith, the boxеr, said hе would ....kлp..c.K.....
opponеnt.
up.
b) Carol won thе matсh bесausеthе other playеr failеd to .....................
in and all sing togethеr.
с) Thе singеraskеdthе audiеnсеto .....................
d) It was a rеasonablеfilm, but it didn,t rеally
.. up to my
еxpесtations.
е) Tom and Suе usеd to
f) From my sеat, I сouldn,t
.. out togеthеr.
.. out what was happеning on thе stagе.
for bad bеhaviour
g) The rеfеrееmadе it сlеar that hе would not ."...................
h) Pеtеr had to
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.. out of the raсе aftеr his сar bтokе down.
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Matсh eaсh aсtivity (a-h) with a plaсe (1-8).
a) Sunbathing and wеaring swimming соstuшеs.
1 a stagе
b) Watсhing еlеphants danсing.
2 a running traсk
с) Doing kеep fit еxеrсisеs.
3 a party
d) Crossing thе finishing linе.
4 a funfair
е) Taking a dog for a walk.
5 a сirсus
0
6 a park
Cеlеbrating somеonе,s biгthday.
s) Riding
a ghost train or a big whееl
7 agym
h) Speaking сlearly so thе audiеnсе сan hеaт.
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AND
8 a bеaсh
Deсide whiсh answer (A, B, с or D) best fits eaсh spaсe.
Musiс
What kind of musiс do you (1) '...a'.', ? Some peoplе likе going to (2) ...........
сonсеrts, and listening to (3)
. The (a)
Wеar vеry formal сlothеs,
and thе (5) ...........is silеnt until thе end of thе (6)
. Perhaps you,rе a
(7)
roсk musiс
.,'...,'.... Roсk сonсеrtsarе oftеn hеld at football (8) ...........
or in
parks. (9) ...........of thе audienсе danсе to the musiс, or sing thе songs.
(10) ...........
musiс is (11)
at wеddingsand partiеsin many сountries,and
somе pеople (12) ...........
their own musiс at homе. Nowadayswе (13)
musiс in shоps and lifts, and many pеople (14) ...........thеir own musiс with
thеm, or еvеn (15) ...........to musiс when thеy study. Musiс is еvеrywhеrе!
1) A listеn
2) A сlassiс
3) A a group
4) A musiсians
5) A spесtators
6) A happеning
7) Аfarr
8) A matсhеs
9) A Меmbеrs
10) A Historiсal
11')A aсted
L2) Аdo
13) A listеn
14) A сarry
1.5)A hеar
B еnjoy
B сlassiсs
B an orсhestra
B aсtors
B pеople
B aсtion
B enthusiasm
B stadiums
B Seleсtions
B Nation
B formеd
B gеt
B hеar
B wеar
B havе
С
C
C
C
C
С
С
C
C
C
C
C
C
с
C
havе
сlassiсal
a band
musiсals
guеsts
musiс
rеadег
pitсhеs
Pеrsons
Тraditional
donе
makе
pетfoгm
lift
follow
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
prеfеrring
сlassifiеd
a rесoтd
instrumеnts
audiеnсе
pеrformanсе
friеnd
pools
Тhosе
Anсiеnt
playеd
takе
undеrstand
play
listen
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Deсidе whiсh answеr (A, B, с or D) best fits eaсh spaсe.
, l /l',ti iп thе сouпtrу
'с
Тl.tеhоusе is situatеd among bеautiful (1) ....n .. , two milеs from thе nеaгеSt
i i l i a g е , s u r r o u n d е d ьy (2)
l.tоusеis a (4)
. o n a (3) ...........
a sho r t distanсе fr o m thе
, and a small (5)
flows past thе еnd of thе gardеn
tтhiсh aiso сontains a small (6) . ........ . Тhе namе of thе housе, Rosе Сottagе. .
o n t h е g a r d e n ( 7 ) . .'........,fto m w hiсh a (8) ...........
lеads to thе (9) ...........
d oс:
o n t h е ( 1 0 ) ...........flo o rthеr е is a lar gе (11)...........r o o m,a dining lo o m, a
k i t с h е n , a лd ( 7 2 )
and to ilеt. (1З) .......... thеr е ar е thr ее bеdr o o ms. Тhе:.
i s a l s o a g a l a g е n е x t to thе ho usе. Thе villagе has a po st (14)...........,a Sma ]l
s h o p a n d a p u b , a n d thеr е is a r ailw ay (15) ...........thr ееmilеs aw ay.
1) A viеw
2 t A g ra s s
З l A mountain
- l t A wo o d
5 ) A rivеr
оt A sеa
,t A g a t е
E t A ro a d
9 t A forward
10t A bottom
11l A lоungе
12 I A bathroorn
13l A ovеr
1+) A shop
15t A station
B sсеnеry
B flats
B pеak
B grееnеry
B сhannеl
B bath
B door
B path
B front
B baсk
B sеating
B bath
BUp
B сеntrе
B stop
С
С
с
С
С
С
С
С
С
С
С
C
С
С
С
sights
еarth
hill
junglе
strеam
watеr
opеning
way
first
ground
saloon
basin
Upstairs
plaсе
post
D looks
D fiеlds
D summit
D forеst
D сana]
D po nd
D еntranсе
D pavеmеnt
D furthеr
D еarth
D living
D washing
D Highеr
D offiсе
D basе
U n d е r l i n e t h е m o s t suitab|ew o r d in eaсh sеntеnсе.
3 r \\-е arrangеd to mееt in thе сеntrе of town in thе main plасe/5qцщg.
b Тhеir сottagе is in thе hеart of somе bеautifttl сouпtry/сouпtrуsidе.
с Т}-tесhildrеn spеnt all day playing on the sandy bесlсh/sесlsidе.
dr I droppеd rny iсе-сrеam on thе еаrth/grouпd,so I сouldn,t еat it.
еl Тhis fооtpаth/pаvеmeпt|eadsaсross thе fiеlds to thе villagе.
f) Thеrе и,as a wondеrful sсeпеrу/viеwfrom my hotеl room.
8) \'ou сan,t stop hс..re.Сar-pаrk/Pаrkiпg is not allowеd in this strееt.
h) Hе1еn dесidеd to lеavе tlne сouпtry/Iапd and work abroad.
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CompIete еaсh sentenсe with a word from the box.
a) The poliсе offiсer askеd me to сomе with him to thе pоliсе ....t.Иtl!.k..''
.. turn right.
b) Whеn you rеaсh thе road
с) Thе mayor,soffiсе is in thе town .........
of flats.
d) Margarеtlivеs on thе top floor of a .....................
е) Cars havе to stop for you if you usе a pеdеstrian
.. of town do you livе in?
f) Whiсh
g) You сan buy frеsh fish in the markеt
.. evеry Fridаy.
lights.
h) Takе thе first turning on thе lеft aftеr thе nеxt sеt of .....'...
.. and сars arе bannеd.
i) Thе сеntrе of town is now a traffiс-frее
j) A nеw shopping
4
.. has bееn opеnеd on thе еdge of thе town.
Replaсethe words in itoticswith onе of the words from the box.
a) It,s muсh hеalthier to livе in a сountry area, fat away from the сity.
....r*ry!!.....
b) Sue has just movеd to a neаrbуtown.
с) Wе livеd in the middlе of nowhеrе in an out of the wаy сottagе.
d) Paris is the most importапtсity of Franсе.
е) Thеrе is not a lot of world nеws in this nеwspapеr.
0
I do my shopping at thе neighbourhoodshops, not in thе town сеntrе.
g) At wееkеnds the town сеntrе is always fuII of peoplе.
h) Therе is far too muсh pollution nowadays in ciф arcas'
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Comp|ete eaсh сompound noun with a word from the box.
a) our сhildrеn spеnd a lot of timе having fun at thе loсаl plaу'3'Г.о.*v1d.
b) When you rеaсh the сross.....
, takе thе road to Linton.
Yоu havе to turn left whеn you rеaсh the nеxt round.........
L)
d) Wе сan,t leavе thе сar hеrе. We,ll havе to look for a сar......
е) Follow this foot.....
until you rеaсh thе main road.
0
o)
6/
Thеrе was an old Woman sеlling fruit at thе road.....
Paula livеs on thе out.....................
of thе town, whеrе thе сountrysidе
bеgins.
h) You сan сross thе railway linе by walking ovеI a foot.....................
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Мatсh the words from the box with the еxplanations.
a) A strong building madе in thе past to dеfеnd pеoplе against еnemiеs.
...aq{tle
b) A small housе on whееls whiсh is pulled bу a сar'
с) A housе whiсh is onе of a pair of housеs joinеd togеthеr.
d) A housе with only onе floor.
е) This сarriеs a road or railway over a rivеr.
f) A house whiсh is part of a row of houses all joined togеther.
g) A smallhouse in thе сountry.
h) A tall building standing alonе, or as part of a сastlе or сhurсh.
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Undеrlinethe сorreсtword in eaсh sentenсе.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
2
with your soup?
Would you likе a breаd/tp]]
сonsistеdof сold fish and sa]ei'
Thе first сoursе/p/сfe
That was a rеally lovеly food/meаI.
Plеasеlеt mе !аr :l: r-оu'
I fеlt so thirsty that I drank two саns/tiпsof Согkr С...з.
Nowadays many pеoplе tluу frozeп/iсеdfood in5tеai :: ::еsr fоod
Сould you givе mе thе rесeipt/rесipe
for this сakе? It r се.iсi.l;s.
This piе is fantastiсl It's rca||уtаsteful/tаstу,
Hеlеn is a rеally good сook/сooker.
Сan I havе a fork/spooпso I сan stir my сoffее?
Comрlete eасh sentеnсewith a suitabIeverb from thе boх.
add.
glatе
t:1,:,
pееl
mlx
a)
feirsЕ
squееZе
I : : ; : S.
b) Put all thе ingrеdiеntsin a bowl and
с) Fi rs t ...........
thе o nio ns into small piесеs.
so mе сakеs this mо тn::.:
d) I wa n t е d t o .....................
.. salt and pерpе: ;
е) Tastе thе soup, and
.. thе potatoеs,and thеn сut thеm l:l:-.
f\
tastеgrеatif you ............'....'...
:a=
б/ Thеsеvеgеtablеs
h)
.. somе сhееSе,and sprinklе it оr-еl::е
;:е in hot oil.
o)
D
i)
.. a lеmon and sprinklе thе julсе О\.i] .].:
.. thе riсе in saltеd watеr for tеn п-ilг.:;s
CompIetеeaсh phrasewith a suitabIeword from thе box.
baсon
bisсuits
buttеr
сhips
fork
fl++
sauсег
саlt
a) pеppеIano ....ч:,.i.::....'......
е ) :isr end
b) knifе and .....................
fl
о :] ;nJ
с) еgg and .............'.......
оO)
r-lln,]nd
d) brеadand .....................
I r t еa a nd
Йnegar
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . --
-..г .--.
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Complete thе phrasе with a suitablе word from thе box.
a) u '..l.Lkе''.......
of bтеador сakе
o f сho сo late
b) a ................. ....
o f br еad
е) a .....................
o f j am
с) a .....................
g) a .....................
o f salt
d) a ................. ....
o f tеa
h) а ..........
f)
o f w atеr
a .....................
o f milk
Мatсh eaсh desсription with the name of a kind of food from the box.
a) Grееn or purplе fruit whiсh grows in bunсhеs.
qrаpe
b) Small vеgetablеwith a strong smеll and tastе.
с) Plant with largе grеen lеavеs usеd in salads.
d) Меat from a young shееp.
е) Mеat, vеgеtablеsor fruit bakеd in pastry.
0 Small swееt fruit with rеd or yеllow skin, and a stonе in thе сеntrе.
g) Solid food madе from milk.
h) Piесе of pork or lamb with a bonе, сut from thе тibs of thе animal.
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Completе еaсh sentenсе with a word from the box.
.
a) Wе wеrеn,tsurе what to havе, so wе askеdfor thе '...',.!у|.e.!P!.....''.
......., and lеft thе rеstaurant.
b) Тony finished his mеal, paid thе
с) Aftет two сoursеswе fеlt full, so wе didn,t havе any
d) Wе had a vеry tasф Indian
.......for thе main сoursе.
е) This is a populaт rеstaurantand you havе to
f) Thе sеrviсеwas еxсеllеnt so Wе lеft a largе
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.......on thе tablе.
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Complete eaсh sentеnсеwith o or soП'e'or leave the spaсe blank.
сhiсkеn, plеasе,a laгgеonе for roasting.
a) I,d likе ,..g'..........'....
b) Could I havе
.. brеad, plеasе?
snaсk bеforеour bus lеavеs?
с) Do wе havе timе for .....................
lunсh with mе on Thursday?
d) Would you likе to сomе to ...'.................
е) Theте,s
fi
.. milk jug in thе сupboard nеar thе fгidgе.
Gеorgе has dесidеd to go on
s) I,m going to havе
h) For brеakfastI еat
.. diеt, starting nеxt wееk.
.. сhееsе and tomatо sandwiсh.
.. toast and marmaladе, and dгink а glass of
milk.
yoghurt? Pеrsonally,I сan,t stand it!
Do you likе .....................
.. сhiсkеn, but fеlt too ill to еat anythiпg еlsе.
Tim managed to еat
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Label the vegеtables using thе words from the box.
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Undеr|ine thе сorreсt word in еaсh sentеnсе.
a) Pеnny took thrее еxams and managеd to pсlss/suссееdthem a|]''
b) Мost pеoplе would prеfеr a iob/work whiсh Was nеar homе.
с) Тim had to leаrп/tеасh fifty сhildrеn how to swim.
d) I сan,t сomе to thе сinеma tonight. \,m rеоding/studуiпgfor a tеst.
е) Rita did vеry wеll, and was givеn maximum grаdes/mаrks'
f) Еvеry Friday, thе building workеrs arе givеn theit sаlаrу/wаges.
g) It,s hard rеading аloudДoudly whеn you don,t undеrstand thе words.
h) Thе managеr told David to makе an appliсatioп/iпvitаtioп for thе job.
i) Ann works in advеrtising and еаrпs/wiпs a vеtу high salary.
i) Would you likе to сomе into my burеаu/offtсе?Wе сan talk thеrе.
Completе eaсh sentеnсе with a word from the box.
a) Bеforеhеr history еxam' Laurа lеaтnta list of datеsby ',.ha4rt.....'...
b) Thе managеrwill bе with you in a momеnt. Hе,s on thе
.
с) I havеn,tspokеnSpanishfor agеsand I,m a bit out of .....................
.
d) Еvеr sinсеTim lost his job hе,sbееn out of .....................
I
е) Bringingyour mobilе phonе to thе сlassis againstthе .....................
t) This faсtoryisn,tvеry modеrn.Мost of thе maсhinеsarеout of .....................
g) our maths tеaсhеr is always latе. Hе,s nеvеI on
h) Мrs Smith isn,t hеrе at thе momеnt.Shе,saway on .............
Completeeaсh sentenсewith a word from the box.
stand
takе
it up in thе baсk of thе book.
a) If you don,t know thе answеr,...|p.p.K......'...
b) Мy boss wouldn,t lеt mе
.. timе off to go to a football matсh.
с) Stop talking,and .....................
on with your workl
d) Gеorgеfinds it hard to
.. up with thе rеst of thе maths сlass.
е) Сarol stayеdin Franсеand managеdto ...........
f) If you spеakso fast I сan,t
up thе languagе.
.. down what you'rе saying.
it in.
g) Don,t forgеtto сhесk ovеr your work bеforеyou .....................
h) Мrs Wood is going to .....................
in for your tеaсhеrwhilе hе,saway.
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Complete еaсh sentenсewith a word formеd from the word in bold.
a) Nowadays it,s vеry important to get a good .....dш.ш.Yу....... '
еduсatе
pеoplе to find nеw jobs.
b) our сompany hеlps
еmploy
с) Paul has good idеas,but writes very ...........
сarе
d) Helen has bесome a ................
businеsswoman.
suссееd
e) I hopе to lеavе sсhool with somе useful
qualify
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for tеn years, and paid mе wеll.
Мr Dalе Was my
еmploy
s) Aссording to thе
, thе Frеnсh lеsson startsat tеn.
time
h) Cathy has thrее jоbs, so shе has a high
сomе
D
John,s
know
i) All thе
of history is amazing for a boy of his agе.
in this сompany aте givеn frее mеals.
employ
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Matсh eaсh sеntenсе(a-D with a sentenсe(1_10)whiсh has a similarmeaning.
a) She was givеn thе saсk....,,7....'
1 Shе was givеn a bеttеr job.
b) Shе got a risе.
2 Shе answеrеd an advеrtisеmеnt.
с) She got a promotion............
d) Shе rеtirеd.
3 Shе deсidеd to lеavе.
4 Shе did thе job сarefully.
е) Shе did it for a living.
5 Shе didn,t havе a job.
f) Shе rеsigned.
6 She earned hеr money that way.
g) She was unemployed.
7 She was dismissеd.
h) Shе appliеd for thе iob. ...........
8 She wanted a bеttеr job.
i) Shе was ambitious.
9 Shе was old and stoppеd woгk.
i) Shе was сonsсiеntious............
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10 She was given morе monеy'
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Deсide whiсh answer (A, B, с or D) best fits еaсh spaсe.
The wroпg аge for school!
Arе thе yеars you (1) ....P.... at sсhool thе bеst years of your life? Pеrsonally,I
found most (2)
rathеr unintеrеsting.Wе had to sit at our (3) ...........
in
silеnсеand (4)
blaсkboardаnd (6)
attеntion.Thе tеaсhеrsusеd to (5) ...........
on thе
us diffiсult quеstions.Wе also had to (7) ...........
lots
of homеwork, and (8) ...........it in on timе. Wе had to Wеar a sсhool (9)
and wе had to obеy lots of (10)
. I (11)
sсhool as soon as I сould
and startеd(12).'.'......'.I rеadbooks at thе publiс (13)...........
, and latеrI
dесidеd to (14)
сollеgе. I rеally еnjoyеd studying bесausеI was oldеr and
knеw that I wantеd somе (15)
. Whеn I was at sсhool, I was iust the
wrong agе!
1) Ago
2) Alесturеs
3) Aсhairs
4) Apaу
5) Arеad
6) Amakе
7) Aanswеr
8) Awritе
9) Auniform
10) Aways
11) Apassеd
12) Аiob
1З) Abookshop
14) Ago
15) Aqualifiсations
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Bhavе
Blеssons
Bdеsks
Bmakе
Bsit
Bdo
Bdo
Bhand
Brobе
Brulеs
Bqualifiеd
B labour
Bshеlvеs
Battеnd
Bеxaminations
C pass
C thеm
C posts
C hаve
С writе
C gеt
C takе
C pass
C drеss
C laws
C еxaminеd
С еmployее
C library
C study
C papеrs
D spеnd
D сlass
D parts
\
D follow
D talk
D ask
D finish
D сomplеtе
D сloth
D timе
D lеft
D work
D univеrsit1
D follow
D gradеs
Underline the сorrесt word in еaсh sentenсe.
a) Bеforе Wе sеt off, wе listеnеd to thе сIimаtе/wеаthеl forесast.
b) Paula saw a flash of lightning/thunder and thеn hеard a dееp bоom.
с) Thе traffiс had to s]oи- down bесausе of thе thiсk fog/vаpour.
d) Thеrе won,t bе muсh rain. It,s only a short showеr/streаm.
е) Spring is my favourlte seаson/tеrmof tlrе уеat
f) Last summеr Was vеrv hot, and thеrе was a rca| heаtwаvе/tеmperаturе.
g) Look at thosе сloudsl Тhете,s going to |эe a blаst/storm.
h) on a hot day in summег, I look forward to thе сhillу/сool еvеning.
i) We werе сaught in thе rain and got dаmp/soаkеd to the skin.
j) In thе morning thеге rтas half a mеtrе of iсe/sпow bloсking thе road.
Choose the word whiсh best matсhes thе desсription.
a) Largе whitе watеr bird и'ith a long nесk.
b) Four lеggеd animal with horns, good at сlimbing.
с) Sеa animal with a shеll and fir-е pаirs of lеgs'
d) Insесt with largе bеautifully сolouгеd lr.ings'
е) Small rеptilе with fouг lеgs and a long tail.
f) Small flying insесt whiсh drinks blood fгom thе skin.
g) Small long-еarеd animal that livеs in a holе.
h) Animal with long lеgs and nесk and orangеr- skin.
i) Еight-lеggеd сrеaturе whiсh сatсhеs insесts.
j) Young animal whiсh barks, oftеn a pеt.
duсk/qч19)
goat/shееp
сrab/frog
bее/buttеrfly
lizardlsnakе
flylmosquito
mousе/rabbit
сamе1/g1гaffе
bat/spidеr
kittеn/puppy
Completе eaсh sentеnсewith a word from the boх.
bark
berry
blossorn
brffi€h
lеаf
root
thom
tтunk
a) Suе managеdto rеaсh tь" ,.,hrдnrh.... of a trее and сlimb up to thе
window.
b) I fеlt ill aftеrI atе a rеd.....................
from a bush in thе woods.
с) Thе wall was сraсkеd by thе
d) In the autumn, еvеry .........
.. oi a trее growing undеrnеath it.
on thе tIееtuгns yеllow and then falls
off.
е) Liz hurt hеrsеlfon a ...'.......
f) Thе
whilе shе rvaspiсking somе rosеs.
.. of this tIее сan bе теmor'еdand usеd as a kind of papеr.
g) In spring all thе applе trееs arе сovеrеd in lr-hitе
h) An oak trее has a vеry broad
.. , somеtimеs two mеtrеs thiсk.
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Choose the best ending (1-a) for eaсh sentenсе(a_h).
a) In сitiеs thе air is hard to brеathеbесausеof сar
'...f.....
b) Thе еarth,sсlimatе is сhanging bесausеof ...........
с) Not having еnough of somеthingis сallеd a .'.........
d) Air, sеa and land сan suffеr from
е) Throwing things away unnесеssarily is сallеd
f) A mixturе of smokе and fog is сallеd
g) Things whiсh wе throw away arе сallеd
h) To avoid wasting things Wе сan usе ...........
1 Wastе
2 pollution
3 rесyсling
4 gtobal warmin5
5 rubbish
6 еxhaust fumеs
7 shortagе
8 smog
Dесidе whiсh answеr (A, B, с or D) best fits еaсh spaсе.
The threаt to the Eпvironmeпt
Nowadays pеoplе arе morе awarе that wildlifе all ovеr
thе world is in (1) '...А..'.
Мany (2) .....,..'..
of animals arе thrеatеnеd,and сould еasily bесomе (3) ...........
if wе do not makе an еffort to (a) ...........
thеm. Therе arе many rеasonsfч this
In somе сasеs,animals arе (5) ...........
for thеir fur or for othеr valuablеparts оt
thеir bodiеs.Somе birds, (6)
as parrots,arе сaught (7) ....'......,and sold
as pеts. For many animals and birds, thе problеm is that
thеir habitat _ thе
(8) ...........
whетеthеy livе _ is (9)
. Мorе (10)...........
is usеdfor farms'
for housеs or industтy, and thеrе arе fеwеr opеn (11)
than thеrе onсе
wеrе.Farmеrsusе powеrful сhеmiсalsto hеlp thеm grow
bеttеr(12) ...........
, ьт.r:
thеsесhеmiсalspollutе thе еnvironmеnt and (13) ...........wildlifе.
Thе most
suссеssfulanimals on earth _ human bеings _ will soon
bе thе only onеs
(14)...........
, unlеssWе сan (15)...........
this problеm.
1) A dangеr
2) A marks
3) A disappеarеd
4) A harm
5) A huntеd
6) A likе
7) A livеly
8) A spot
9) A еxhausting
10) A еaгth
11) A spaсеs
12) A produсts
13) A spoil
74) survivеd
^ answеr
15) д
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B thrеat
B morе
B vanishеd
B safе
B сhasеd
B suсh
B alivе
B point
B dеparting
B land
B air
B fiеlds
B harm
B ovеr
B сalсulatе
C problеm
C spесiеs
C еmpty
С protесt
С gamе
C or
С for lifе
С plaсе
С еsсaping
С soil
С up
C hеrbs
С wound
C missing
C solvе
D vanishing
D forms
D еxtinсt
D sеrvе
D еxtinсt
D whеrе
D for living
D sitе
D disappеaring
D arеa
D parts
D сrops
D wrong
D lеft
D еxplain
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Complete eaсh sentenсewith a pair of verbs from the box with opposite
meanings.
a) Pеoplе should bе еnсouraged'to ..'РI!.t.*t.''.....,. the environmеnt, rathеr
T.
than ...'4.%!trК.У.........
it.
b) Wе should tly to ...'.....
disastеrshappеning, not just
.......thеm happеn.
С) Еveryonе should try to .........
bеaсhes,and not
thеm.
d) It would bе a good idеa to
.......morе treеs,not to
.......tlееs.
е) We сan usе things again if We .............
rathеr than
thеm.
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Completе the sentenсeswith the pairs of words from the box.
a) Еlderly pеople oftеn move away from tьe ...9!.Ц..
....a.a.*|ЁrY.....'..
.
b) I,vе often walkеd ovеr thе
......., but I don,t like сlimbing
с) A boat сan sail up a ...........
, but a
d) If you go for a walk, stay on thе ............
animal
to livе in thе
.......is too small.
. If you follow any of thе
.......youmight gеt lost.
е) Farmers try to gеt rid of all thе ............
and inсrеasе thе quantiф of
.......thеy grow.
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I сomе from a littlе ..........
. Thе nеarеstbig ..........................
is
Bеdford.
s) onе fiеld has a woodеn ..............
, the othеr has a .........
made of bushes.
h) In the middlе of thе
.......Was a lovеly old ............
with a
garden.
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UnderIiпethе сorreсt word in eaсh sentenсe.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
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In thе UK it,s a ,mobilе phonе,, but in thе US it,s a сellphoпe/pосkеt
phone.
In Britain most privatе сals run on gаs/petrolor diеsеl.
Ann,s friеnds bought hеr an eleсtriс/elесtriсаI
mixet for hеr birthday.
Pеtет had to push his bikе whеn hе got a flat фe/wheel.
This сar has got a rеally powеrful eпgiпe/mасhinе.
Whеn thе maсhinе is on, a littlе rcd light/torсhсomеs on.
Thе noise of the workmеn banging in паils/sсrеwswas disturbing.
Thе radiators will havе to bе fittеd bу a heаtеr/plumber'
Matсh thе words from the box with the expIanations.
уиасLtLуlэ
a) Usе this if you сan,t stay in to takе your сalls.
b) Usе this to makе сalls whеn you,rе out and about.
с) Usе this to do your own drеssmaking.
d) Usе this to gеt тid of dust and dirt.
е) Usе this to takе a.snapshot for your album.
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Usе this to dеalwith dirty сutlеry and сroсkеry.
s) Usе this if you nееd sevеralpagеs all thе samе.
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Complete eaсh phrase in itoticswitha verb from the box.
a) I,m sorry I сan't talk nоw, but |,||...rLry..........bаck in half an hour.
b) Thе poliсе think that a сar bomb was usеd to ....'.....'''.
'...'..uP thе building.
с) Thеsе tyrеs aIе stlong, and Won,t
.. oиf for ages.
d) Janе,s old сar usеd to
.. dowп all thе timе.
е) You carr......''.......''''..
in thе сomputеr to thе soсkеtby thе window.
f) If you don,t pay thе еlесtriсity bill thеy will
.. уou off.
g) I think it,s timе to .....................
offthe tеlеvisionand go to bеd.
h) Whеnеvеr thеrе is a thundеr storm, all thе lights ....'........'...'''.
out'
D It,snot nесеssalyto ....'....,'.',
'.....'up thе enginе first, although it,s so сold.
i) If you lеavе thе radio on all night thе battеrywill .....,......
'....'...out.
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Complеte the sentenсеsabout сomputегswith a word from the box.
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a) Thе сomputеr storеs large amounts of inforrnation оn its ....h4!:d.'dkk'.
.
b) Whеn a program is гunning, it is using thе сomputеr,s............
с) A small piсturе that rеprеsеntsa pгograrnis сallеd an ..............
d) Thе flashing symbol that shows whеrе tеxt will appеar is thе .........
е) When you,vе finishеd Wliting tеxt you oftеn want to ..............
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You сan сliсk thе lеft or right mousе
organizations usе thе intеrnеt to providе informatiоn about thеrnsеlvеs_
thеy put thе information on thеir ..........
h) You сonnесt thе сomputеr to thе intеrnеt via a ..........
i) Hold down the lеft mousе button and drag thе сursor aсross any tеxt that
you want to ..............
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Replaсеthe group word in itolicsin eaсh sentenсewith an examp|еword fгom
the box.
a) Thе poliсе disсovеrеd lhе vehiсlemorе than twеnty milеs away.
....4Lr..........
b) My sistеr bought mе this gаdgetto сlеan my tееth as a prеsent.
с) Thе buildеrs lеft thеir equipmeпtoutsidе thе housе.
d) Thе сost of thе kitсhеn inсludеs an elесtriсаlаppliапсe.
e) This kitсhenuteпsilis lightwеight and non-stiсk.
f) I had to uSе a tool to сut thе floorboards in half.
g) onе of thе robbеrs was сarrying aweаpo|l'
Нd-
h) This iпstrumeпtis rathеr hеavy to сaшy.
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Comp|etе eaсh sentenсеwith a word from the box.
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a) Lisa turnеd thе door .'.!3!I.у!4'L.Q.....
, opеnеd thе door and еntеrеd thе room.
b) My watсh stoppedworking bесausеthе .....................
had run out.
с) Thе tеlеvision Won,t work in this тoom. as thеrе isn,t an еlесtriс
d) Bill prеssеdthе light
.. , but nonе of thе lights was working.
е) To wind up this old сloсk you nееd a speсial kind of
f) Мary put thе kеy in thе ............
but it wouldn,t turn.
g) I,vеbought an еlесtriсkеttlе,but thе lеad hasn,t got a .....................
on it.
h) Thе еlесtriс bеll didn,t work bесausеthе
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.. had bееn сut.
Matсh eaсh sentеnсewith the neсessaryobjесt from the box.
a) Thеrе is no air in еithеr of thеsе tyres.
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b) Do you fanсy some tinnеd bеans for lunсh?
с) Thе grassin thе baсk gardеn is awfully long.
d) Sam has bееn lеtting his bеard grow but now hе,s going to shavе.
е) Whеn it,s long likе this you nеed moте than a towеl.
Q I,vе got to сut thе еnds off thе lеgs of my nеw iеans.
8) lo you think I,ve got a tеmpеraturе?
h) It,s diffiсult to sее wild animals whеn thеy,rе so far away.
i) Jеan was сomplеtеly lost, and nееdеd to know wherе north was.
|) You сan,t go out with all thosе сrеasеsin your shirt.
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U n d e rl i n е t h e сo r r eсt w o r d in eaсh sеntenсе.
a ) I h a v е t o d o so mе sеr ving.D o r -o u har 'е а:i;i ';;..71.]
b) You nееd spесia| glttе/stiсkеrlтhеn r-ou Пakе ]]l.с.' eеroрlanеs.
с) I always сarry a саrviпg kпifе/pеtlklti|сin Illr LrrrСiсi,
.i,:.i'
d) Paul kееps his papеIs togеthеr ш'ith a rtilbеr l..tl;,lrl,i.i.;r
е ) Sh е е t s o f p a pеr сan bе fastеnеd to gеthеI r vith а р,-tр,r.',i: z :ггt'
f) I wrappеd up thе parсеl using brown papеr and rсlpсtГril:.;'
r s star tеd tгimmin8 \1аlr .. :l ..'
g ) H е l е n t o o k thе сuttеr s/sсisso and
h) oh bothеr! onе of my shirt bottoms/buttonshas fa]lеn oit'
it brokе.
i) As David was tying his shoelсlсе/shoеstring,
i) Littlе Susiе usually tiеs up hеr hair with a rеd ribbotl/strip.
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Matсh eaсh sentеnсе with the neсessary objесt from the box.
diary
notеpad
diсtionary
я€ti€е
сorrесtion fluid
еnvеlopе
rulеr
sharpenеr
filе
stamp
a) It's important to lеt еvеryonе know what timе the mееting starts.
..,,уи,t.+Qе....
b ) Hang on a minutе, I,l1 just writе down thosе dеtails.
с) oh dеar, I,vе writtеn my namе in thе Wrong plaсе.
d) Writе down thе datе of thе nехt matсh so you don,t forgеt.
е) I'vе writtеn my lеttеr but I,vе got nothing to put it in.
f) I kееp losing thе shееts l wrotе my homеwork on.
g) How long is this piесе of papеr еxaсtly?
h) What a nuisanсе! My pеnсil has brokеn.
D Мy lеttеr,srеady for thе post. How muсh will it сost?
j) I,m not rеally surе what this word mеans.
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Тhe words in itolicsare in thе wrong sentenсе.Find the сorreсt sentenсefor еaсh
onе.
a) You сan hang your сoat on tl:'efrreplаcebеhind thе door.
.''.Иga.k
b) It,s timе for lunсh. Can you put the doormаton thе tablе?
с) I,vе bought a bеautlful hook with long lеavеs for your room.
d) Don,t forgеt to put all thе rubbish from thе kitсhеn into thе broom'
е) Сathy pullеd baсk thе plаnt aг,dlookеd out at thе strееt.
You сan swееp thе flooт with thе curtаinsin that сupboard.
g) Мy mothеr insists that wе all wipе our feеt on thе tаbleсloth.
h) Somе logs wеrе blazing and сraсkling in thе dustbin.
4
CompIete eaсh sentenсewith a word from the box.
a) Мy hair is in an awful mеss.Havе you got a ....aQЙ'.'..'....'. ?
b) Whеn I gеt up I put on my drеssing
.......and go downstairs.
с) It,ssomеtimеsa shoсk to Sееyour own faсе in thе ............
d) Hеlеn always sits at her drеssing
.......and brushеshеr hair.
е) Whеn I,m in thе housе I takе off my shoеs and put on my
0 I want to сlеan my tееth but I сan,t find any
g) Еvеry morning at 6.30 thе ............
сloсk goеs off and I wakе up.
h) You сan wash your hands hеrе, and thеrе,sa ................
door.
0
I сan,t gеt to slееp unlеss I havе a rеally сomfortablе
j ) You сan put your сoat in thе wardrobеon a сoat ...........
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bеhind thе
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2o
EvЕRYD A Y
oB,E стs
M a t с h t h e wo rds fr o m thе bo x w ith the ex planatio ns.
qtr.еet
hеdgе ..:,...:,,
sign
.'.gatе
peeеs++iаа-тrssias
o)
lamp post
paYеmеnt
subwaу
This is a safе plaсе to go from onе sidе of thе stlееt to thе оtl.iеr
podеstrLqw сra$Lnq
b) This has a light at thе top in thе strееt.
This is whеrе pеoplе walk in thе strееt.
d) This is a kind of wall madе of a living plant.
This сlosеs thе opеning in an outsidе wall.
f) This is a linе of Stonеs bеtwееn thе footpath and thе road.
ol
6/
This hеlps you know whеrе you Want to go.
h) Тhis is a Way of сrossing undеr thе road.
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UnderIine the сorrесt word in eaсh sentеnсе.
a) Мrs Grant is a good еmployее/еЩp]Bуеt
and pays hеr staff wеll.
b) Еxсusе mе, but arе you the owеr/owner of this bikе?
с) Тom works in a loсal 8ala8е as a сar eпТiпеer/mесhапiс.
d) I want to borrow Somе monеи so I,m sееing thе bank boss/mапаger.
е) Littlе Jimmy has got a nеW profеssor/teасhеrat his primary sсhool.
f) Hеlеn joinеd thе army as aл offiсer/offiсiаl,and is now a сaptain.
g) Thе housе rеally nееdеd dесorating so I сallеd a pоiпtеr/wаIlpаper.
h) Plеasе ask thе саsh/ссlshiеrfor a rесеipt.
i) Havе you thought about gеtting a iob as a wаitеr/tаblе sеrvеr?
j) I waitеd for my lеttеrs, but thе postеr/postmaпwas latе as usual.
Matсh a pеrson from the box with еaсh problem.
сarpеntеr
hairdrеssеr
dеntist
еlесtriсian
photographеr
optiсian
guidе
plumbеr
vеt
a) Тhе lawn is rеally long and thеrе arе WееdS еvеrywhеrе.
.....i
::il.*
9!.Y2t.........
b ) I want to visit as muсh of thе old сity as possiblе in an aftеrnoorr.
с) Thе taps don,t work, and thеrе is watеr all ovеr thе floor.
d) I want to havе a spесial portrait madе foт my еightееnth birthday.
е) onе of my fillings has сomе out, and I,vе got tеrriblе toothaсhе.
ll
I want to usе thе wood from thеse shеlvеs to makе a bookсasе.
g t \\rhеn I turn on thе tеlеvision, all thе lights go off.
h) I сan,t sее to rеad vеry wеll and I think I nееd glassеs.
i) Bеnny hurt onе of his paws whеn I was taking him for a walk.
i) It,sfar too long at thе baсk and too сurly at thе front.
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Complete еaсh sentеnсеwith a word from the box.
еmployее
supportеr
guеst
hоst
tеam-mаtе
a) Pеtеrhas just bесomе alan ,...l9,P'1Р'?,:^.,
or thе |ishing сlub.
b) I startеdthis businеsswith my.............
с) I'vе got a nеW
Dora, abouttеn yеarsago.
.. to hеlp par.thе rеnt. Shе mor.еdin last wееk.
d) Wе providееvеry.......'.
in thе hotе]rтith rтhatеr.еr
hе oг shе nееds.
е) At thе еnd of thе party,Bill thankеdhis.'.'.................
and thеn lеft'
.. who wishеs to rтork at rvееkеndsshould sее thе managеr.
0 Any
g) I,vе bееn a/an
.. of Нull Сity FС for as long as I сan rеmеmbеr.
h) Mary Wasmy
.. last yеar in thе baskеtballtouгnamеnt.
i) This iob is a lot for onе pегson,so wе think you nееd alan ...........
4
Matсh eaсh word from the box with an explanation.
a) Somеonе who doеs not havе any сouragе.
сawqrd
b) Somеonе who hatеs spеnding monеy and bесomеs riсh by kееping it.
с) Somеonе who saYs that a bottlе is half full.
d) Somеonе who is vеry wеll known in thе mеdia.
е) Somеonе who is lovеd morе than any othеr.
f) Somеonе who has spесial knowlеdgе оr training.
g) Somеonе who doеs somеthing silly or mistakеn.
h) Somеonе who has vеry grеat ability or spесial talеnt.
i) Somеonе who says that a bottlе is half еmpty.
not tеll the truth.
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Complete eaсh sеntenсe with a group word from the box.
a) Thе '..Qr.e.N.....'',..
of the ship сhееredas thе nеw сaptain сamе on board.
b) Paulahas just joinеd thе dramatiс.....................
at sсhool.
с) Thе hеad tеaсhеrthankеd thе .....................
for woтking so hard.
d) Тhеrе was a long
.. of pеoplе waiting in thе post offiсе.
е) A hugе
.. had assеmblеdoutsidе thе prеsidеnt,spalaсе.
f) Thе mеmbетsof thе
.. play thе violin, thе piano and thе се1lo.
g) A small
.. of us Wеnt on a tтip to Romе lаst summеr.
h) Whеn thе musiс stoppеd,thе ...............'.....
applaudеdfoт tеn minutеs.
i) Last yеar Hеlеn was thе сaptain of the baskеtball
j) Whеn thе play еnded all thе
.. сamе on stagеand took a bow.
6
Complete eaсh senteпсewith a word formed from the word in bold.
a) This сity has ovеr half a million
inhabit
b) Мargarethas dесidеdto havе a сarеel as a ............
pоlitiсs
с) Еvеry
........in this сountry has thе right to votе.
сity
d) Еriс studiеd hard to bесomе a roсk
guitar
е) Aftеr thе стash,Carla was thе only
survivе
f) David's mother is a famous
sсiеnсе
g) At ninеtееn, Tony bесamе a profеssional
сrimе
h) I,vе always wantеd to bе a jazz
musiс
i) It,ll takе Katе yеars to bесomе a
law
j) Jaсk Wasmy
........in thе tеnnis matсh.
opроsе
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Тenses
Prеsеnt simplе
Ilуoulwelthеy likе.
Do you likе?
You don,t likе.
Shе'hе it i1kеs.
Doеs shе likе?
Hе doеsn'tilkе.
Prеsеnt сontinuous
I am going.
Shе/hе/itis going.
Arе you going?
I am not going.
Shе isn,t going.
Аm I going?
Is shе going?
You arеn,t going.
Prеsent pеrfесt
Ilуou/welthеy havе lеft.
Havе thеy lеft?
Thеy havеn,t lеft.
Shе/hе/ithas lеft.
Has shе lеft?
Hе hasn,t lеft.
Prеsеnt pеrfесt сontinuous
Ilуottlwеlthеyhavе bееn waiting.
Havе you bееn waiting?
We havеn,t bееn waiting.
Shе/hе/ithas bееn waiting.
Has shе bееn waiting?
Hе hasn,t bееn waiting.
\Ъu/lте/thеr-arе going.
Past simplе
1 I/you/shеlhelitlwеlthеystartеd.(rеgular)
Did you start?
You didn't start.
2 Ilуolllshelhelitlwеlthеy wеnt. (irrеgular)
Did you go?
You didn't go.
Past сontinuous
I/hе/shе/itwas going.
Was hе going?
Shе wasn,tgoing.
You/wе/thеyWеrеgoing.
Wеrе you going?
You wеrеn,tgoing.
Past pеrfесt
Ilуoul shelhе/itlwе/thеy had lеft.
Had hе lеft?
Тhеy hadn,t lеft.
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Futurе pеrfесt
I/you/shе/hе/it/wе/thеywill havе finishеd.
Will thеy havе finishеd?
Thеy won,t havе finished.
2 Reported Speeсh
'I always drink milk.'
.I,m lеaving.,
,I,ll bе baсk soon.'
.I,vеforgotten it.,
Hе said (that) hе always drank milk.
'I took it.'
,I was rеading.,
,I had lеft by thеn.,
'I must go.'
,I сan hеlp.,
,I would likе to hеlp.,
Не said hе had takеn it.
Shе said shе was lеaving.
Hе said hе would bе baсk soon.
Shе said shе had forgottеn it.
Shе said she had bееn теading.
Hе said hе had lеft by thеn.
Shе said shе had to go/must go.
Hе said he сould hеlp.
Shе said she would likе to hеlp.
3 Passive Tenses
Aсtivе
Hе hеlps.
Hе is helping.
Hе has hеlpеd.
Hе hеlpеd.
Hе was hеlping.
He will hеlp.
Hе will havе hеlpеd.
Passivе
Hе is hеlpеd.
Hе is bеing hеlped.
Hе has bееn helpеd.
Hе was hеlpеd.
Hе was bеing hеlpеd.
Hе will bе hеlpеd.
Hе will havе bееn hеlpеd.
4 lnfinitives
Pтеsеnt:
Plеsеnt passivе:
Past:
Pastpassivе:
to likе
to bе likеd
to havе likеd
to havе bеen likеd
5 Partiсiples (-ing forms)
Prеsеnt:
Prеsеntpassivе:
Past:
Pastpassivе:
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liking
bеing likеd
having likеd
having bееn likеd
lnfinitive
Past simple
Past partiсiple
bе
bеat
bесomе
bеgin
bеnd
bitе
blow
brеak
bring
build
burn
burst
buy
сatсh
сhoosе
сomе
сost
сut
dеal
dig
do
draw
drеam
drink
drivе
еat
fall
fееd
fееl
fight
find
fly
forbid
forgivе
frееzе
gеt
givе
go
grow
hang
havе
hear
hidе
hit
hold
hurt
kееp
know
was/wеrе
bеat
bесamе
began
bеnt
bit
blеw
brokе
brought
built
burnt/burnеd
burst
bought
сaught
сhosе
сamе
сost
сut
dеalt
dug
did
drеw
drеamt/drеamеd
drank
drovе
atе
fеll
fеd
felt
fought
found
flеw
forbadе
forgavе
fuoze
got
gavе
wеnt
grеW
hung
had
hеard
hid
hit
held
hurt
kеpt
knеw
laid
1еd
bееn
bеatеn
bесomе
bеgun
bеnt
bittеn
blown
brokеn
brought
built
burnt/buгnеd
burst
bought
сaught
сhosеn
сomе
сost
сut
dеalt
dug
donе
drawn
drеamt/dreamеd
drunk
drivеn
еatеn
fallеn
fеd
fеlt
fought
found
flown
foтbiddеn
fотgivеn
frozеn
got
givеn
gonе
Srown
hung
had
hеard
hiddеn
hit
hе1d
huгt
kеpt
knoв-n
laid
lеd
|aУ
lеad
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lеaгn
lеavе
lеnd
lеt
liе
light
lose
makе
mеan
mееt
paУ
put
rеad
ridе
ring
rise
run
say
sее
sеll
send
sеt
shakе
shinе
shoot
show
shut
sing
sink
sit
slееp
spеak
spell
spеnd
stand
stеal
stiсk
swim
takе
tеaсh
tеaг
tell
think
thгow
undеrstand
wakе
wеar
win
writе
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learnt/lеarnеd
lеft
lеnt
lеt
|aУ
lit
lost
madе
meant
mеt
paid
put
rеad
rodе
rang
Iosе
ran
said
SAW
sold
sеnt
sеt
shook
shone
shot
showеd
shut
sang
sank
sat
slept
spоkе
spеlt/spеlled
spеnt
stood
stolе
stuсk
swam
took
taught
torе
told
thought
thrеw
undеrstood
wokе
wore
won
wrotе
lеarnt/lеarnеd
lеft
lеnt
lеt
lain
lit
lost
madе
meant
mеt
paid
put
read
ridden
rung
risеn
run
said
sееn
sold
sent
sеt
shakеn
shonе
shot
shown
shut
sung
sunk
sat
slеpt
spokеn
spеlt/spеllеd
spеnt
stood
stolеn
stuсk
swum
takеn
taught
torn
told
thought
thrown
undеrstood
wokеn
worn
won
Writtеn
T
Ability 18, 19
Adjесtivеs 37
Advеrbs З7
Advising 24
After 32
Ago 4, З2
Аll З6
Аlthough 23
Апуoпe, аnуbodу,аnythiпg 45
Artiсlеs fа/ап,the,zero] 3З, 34, 35
As 22
As а result 22
Asking for information 24
Asking, agrеeing and refusing 24
Аt lаst З2
B е а b l et o |8 ,7 9
Bесаuse 22
Both З6
But 23
Bу З2
Сап |8
Саn,t 18
Cап,t hаvе 19
Сapital lеtters 48
Сеrtainty 18, 19
Comparativе adiесtivеs 38
Comparative adverbs 38
Compound nouns 46
Сould 1.8
Сould hауe |9
Countablе and unсountable 33
Dеspite 23
Didп,t пeеdto 1.9
Double possеssivе[а ftieпdof |ohn,s] 46
Eаch 36
Either,nеither 36
Еither,or 47
Епough
Nof + adjесtive+ enough 22
Not + enough+ rro.un 22
Eveп though 23
Еvеntuаllу 22
Every 36
Everyone,evеrybody,everythiпg 45
Eхcept 47
Filst сonditional 13
For
timе .1,6, з2
puгposе 21
For eхаmple .|7
Fтеquenсr'аdverbs З
Funсtions 2.l
у,ill, shаll, goittgto 9
Futurе сontinuous 9
Futurе pегfесt 9
Futuге timе 8. 9
Going to 8
Hаd better \8
Hаd to 79
Hаvе somethinуdonе 77
Hаve to 18
Hopе 15
Howeуеr 23
If I wereyou 14
If oпIу |5
ffsentеnсes 13
In fасt 47
Iп orderto Z1
In spitе of 2З
Iп the еnd 22, 32
Indirесt quеstions 28
Infinitivе of purpose 21
Iпsteаd 47
Intеnsifiers |very,reаIIу,eхtrеmelfl 37
It and there 29
.[tsand It's 29
Lаter З2
Мaking offеts 24
Mапу and much З3
Mау 18
Mау hаve 19
Might \8
Might hаvе 19
Modals
in сonditional sеntenсes 14
plеsеnt and futurе 18
past 19
NIust tB
Must hаve L9
Needn,thауe L9
No 36
No-onе,nobodу,nothitlg 15
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None of 36
Not а 36
Nowаdауs З2
Obligation 18, 19
Offering 24
Оn the other hаnd 23
Оn time 32
oпe 45
opinions and adviсе 18, 19
Оught to 18
oughtto hаve |9
Passivеvoice 16, |7
Past сontinuous 4
Past pетfесt simplе 5
Past simple 4
Permission L8, 24
Phrasal vеrbs 39, 40
Plaсe and position 30
Plurals 33
Possеssivеad|eсtivеs |mу etс.] 46
Possеssivеapostrophе 46
Possessivеof 46
Рossеssivеpronouns fmiпe etc.] 46
Possibility or unсertaintу |8,19
Prеpositions 30, 44
Plaсе and position 30
аt, to, in
аbove,beloщ over,uпder
in, out, iпside, on
neхt to| пeаr, bу, beside
oppositе
Prеsеnt сontinuous 2, 3
Plеsеnt сontinuous futurе usе 8
Prеsеnt pеrfeсt сontinuous 7
Prеsеnt pегfeсt simple 6, 7
Present simple 2, 3
Present simplе timеtablе futurе 9
Pгomising 24
Punсtuation 48
Questions 27, 28
Reflexives [mуself etc.] 45
Rеlativе сlauses 25, 26
Reply quеstions 28
Reportedspеесh 1'1,12
Rеporting verbs 12
Rеquesting 24
Sау, tell, speаk IL
Sесond сonditional 13, 14
Shаll 9
Short answеrs 27
Should 1,8
Shouldhаve 19
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Siпce
reason 22
time 6, З2
So 22
So much, so mаnу' So fеw, So little 22
So thаt 2|
So/suсh+ adjeсtive + [noun] thаt 22
Some З6
Somеone,somebodу,something 45
Spеlling 49, 50
Statе and aсtion vеrbs 3
Suggеsting 24
Supеrlativеadleсtivеs 38
Tag quеstions 28
Tеxt organizеrs 47
Thаt 25
There and it 29
There, theу,re and their 29
Third Conditional 14
Though 23
Timе 32
iп, oп, аt
during
Timе exprеssions 32
with past simple and past сontinuous
with prеsеnt perfeсt simplе 6
Too + adiective 22
Transitive and intransitivе vеrbs 16
Unless 13
Uпtil 32
Used to 5
Vеrbs followed by infinitivе 42, 43
Verbs followеdbу -ing 42, 43
Vеrbs followеd by prеpositions 44
Whаt I wаnt '.. 26
Which 25
While and whereаs 23
While andwhen 4
Who 25
Whom 25
Whose 25
wilt I
Wishеs 15
Wouldin funсtions 13, 24
Would |tepeatеdaсtions] 5
Yet 6' 2З
ln somе сasеsmolе than onе answеr is
aссeptablе.
Grа m m ar2
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b)
с)
d)
е)
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h)
i)
j)
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b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
doуougo
are you waiting
doеsn,t know
I'm having
do you lеavе
is happеning
doyou know
I,m haйng
с) |
b) 1
gz
01
I doп,t belieуe
has
I,m lеaving
arе you doing
You,теbеing
I'm driving
arе wе еating
tastеs
arе you going
I don,t undетstand
2 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
does Sue liуe
you knowJim
arе you doing at the momеnt
you sitting hеre
we сhangе trains hеrе
arе you Wеaring two
pulloveтs
3 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
hаte
arе you going
dо you wеar
think
doеsn,t usually sit
are you looking at
Doеs this bus stop
am not taking
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i)s
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2a )2
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rs -i
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2
d )3
h )l
r) 11
4
0 10
i) 6
n) 9
с )2
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k )7
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0 7
с) 5
ф 3
с )2
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d )1
h )6
d )3
З a) Nаomi апd Bill аren,t
wаtсhiпg tеIеуisioп.
b) Pеter doеsn,t likе сhoсolatе
сakе.
с) I,m not using this penсil at
thе momеnt.
d) Thе сhildтеn aтеn,t having
lunсh in thе kitсhеn.
е) I don,t gеt up еaтly on
Saturday.
f) Еlеna isn,t writing a novеl.
4 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
Do уou likе
doеs thе sun risе
arе you rеading
I'm having
don,t wаtсh vidеos
It's snowing
arе you talking
goеs
Do you wеar
Shе,sbuilding
5 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
1)
g)
h)
writing
digging
taking
dесiding
swimming
having
lying
reading
i)
i)
k)
l)
m)
n)
o)
using
waiting
washing
riding
flying
studying
Soing
Т a) 2
е)2
1
4a)
е) 6
5 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
b) 7
08
С)2
c)+
d) 2
h)2
d) 5
h)3
Gr a m m a r4
wаs wоshing, raпg
b) did you fееl
с) got, rесеivеd
d) went swimming
bit, sсrеamеd
0 sang, atе
ol
fеil, happеnеd
o/
h) was washing.up, brokе
i) sее,missеd
i) Wетеyou doing, phonеd
I didп,t eпjoу thе Сoпсert.
b) Did you еat all thе brеad?
с) John spеnt a lot.
d) I didn,t fеel wеll yеstетday
е) Anna bought a сar.
fl
Did thеy win thе prizе?
o)
Paul spеaks Grееk.
6J
h) I didn,t pay all thе bills.
whilе
Last wееk
с) when
d) at
Whilе
a)
е)
З
2
b) l
t) 7
.]
ц -аn te d
d)
е)
0
g)
и-asstud\-ing,phonеd
fоund' rгas loоking foг
was и-atсhing. arrir.ed
wеnt out, was h-ing
Ь\
t ^ r on +
lil
.h оsР
r .n ''
oэ +
Grammar 5
do уou usuаllу do
oniy еats
Do you know
arе you staring
Do you spеak
is staying
You,rе puttin8
Are thеy spеaking
a)
b)
5 a) ъ'okeup, told
b) и-as\Taiting,alгived
0 ago
g) whеn
h) in
i) Whеn
i) ago
с)6
d) 5
h) 4
в) 8
1 a) Whеn we hаd еrltotltпlсlt' l+'е
5сl[iп thе gаrdеп.
b) Whilе I was |ookingfor mr.
kеvs.l теmеmbеrеdI'd
lеft thеm at homе.
с) Anna usеd to play badminton
whеn shе was at sсhool.
d) W hen Т я o t i nt o bеd, l fе |l
aslееp immеdiatеly.
е) Whеn l f,nallv/,dfinallt.
found thе housе, I kлoсkеd
at thе door.
f) Aftеr Jill ga'vе1had-g1YедNiсk
his books, shе wеnt homе.
g) Мaria usеd to livе/livеd in
Swеdеn whеn shе was a
сhild.
h) I usеd to gеt up еarly whеn
I wеnt sailing.
i) Thе Vikings sailеd to North
Amетiсa a thousand yеars
ago.
j) Juliet was sulе shе,d sееn
thе tall man bеforе.
2 a) wаs wаiting, пoticed,hаdп,t
been
b) wеnt, found, had stolеn
mеt, thought, had sееn
d) got off, was walking,
rеalizеd,had 1eft
had bought, didn,t havе
fl
said, hadn,t aттivеd
g) didn,t knolt
a) had brokеn
h) had flои.n
b) wantеd
i) had bееn
had stolen
d) thought
i) toоk p1aсе
had takеn
е) had done
plaсе
fl nееded
used to hсtуе
would/usеd to rеad
с) would/usеd to mееt
d) didn,t usе to likе
е) used to writе
fl used to lir-е
o)
usеd to bе
h) would/usеdtо с1еаi
a)
b)
бJ
a) hаd tаkеtt
b) didn.t usе
с) didn.t har-еiе iаjn :
d) usеd to рlar.
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е)
0
gеt up
wе,d missеd
8) would/usеd to spend
6a)
Иorcn I,d иlаshed апd got reаdу
I wеnt out to mееt mу fтiепds.
b) I knеw muсh morе about
thе job whеn I,d visitеd
thеir offiсеs.
с) Whеn I,d lookеd at thе nеw
drеss for agеs, I askеd how muсh
it сost.
d) I fеlt muсh morе
indеpеndеnt whеn I,d
passеd my dliving test.
е) Annе Wеnt on holiday whеn
shе,d savеd еnough monеy.
t) Whеn thе tеam had flnally
won thе matсh, thеy тan
round thе pitсh to сеlеbratе.
Grammar 6
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
a)
b)
с)
d)
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
t)
g)
h)
i)
i)
Hаve уou сut
,vе hаd
has nеvеI sееn
has stolеn
havеn,t slеpt
,ve
iust brokеn
hasn't won
Havе you evеI еatеn
,ve beеn mаrried
,vе bееn
,vе writtеn
,vе nеvеr eatеn
,ve lovеd
,vе brokеn
sinсе
е) yet
h) So far
always f) for
i) often
еvеr
g) nеvеr
j) alrеady
iust
,vе llorkеd here
haven,t bееn/,ve nеvет bееn
Мy pеn has
havе lеft
,vе
iust sееn
havеn,t f,nishеd
you bееn
,vе lеft
havеn,t spokеn
Anna/shе wokеn
Grammar 7
I a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
i)
2a)
b)
I,ve livеd hеrе
lеft
hаs just stolеn
I,vе deсidеd
I lost
It,s startеd
Wе,vе visitеd
I,vе bееn standing
has bееn
Wе wеnt
lost, 've just lost
work, ,ve dесidеd
с) ,vе bееn, ,vе сomе
d) Have you sееn, lеft
е) had, сaught
0 ,vе nеvеr еaten, ate
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,vе сookеd
8) hopе,
havе takеn up
rеaсhеd, werеn,t
,s
t) has had, gonе
3a) Hаve уou seeп, ,ve bеeп
Iookiпgforwаrd
b) ,vе bееn studying, haven,t
flnishеd
с) 'vе bеen phoning, ,s gonе
d) Havе you hеard, has тobbеd
е) ,vе brokеn, has writtеn
,уe beeп liviпg here
4a)
b) has gonе
с) ,ve bеen 1eаrning
d) havеn,t finished
е,) iust left
r) havеn,t bееn
havеn't еatеn/,vе nеvеI еatеn
6/
h) forgottеn
b)
с)
h)
i)
5a)
so
b) sinсе
с) bеen
d) mеt
е) Ieсently
6a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
i)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
Grammar 8
l a)
2
е,2
a)
b)
с)
d)
0
o)
o,
h)
D
i)
b)
с)
d)
е)
fl
o\
6/
h)
4a)
d) /
e) Тhе wеathеr foreсast says it,s
dеflnitеly going to bе sunny
tomorrow.
0
o)
h)
5a)
b)
с)
d)
tеaсhing
yеt
has
praсtisin8
taught
Mу pеnfriend hаs bееn writing
to me for уeаrs.
We started this сouтse thrее
wееks ago.
,What havе you
bееn doing
all day?, .I,vеbееn Wтitins
1еtters.,
Whеn did you arrivе in this сity?
Havе you еver beеn to India?
Paula hаs bееn sta)ring in a hotеl
by thе sеa.
I,vе bееn feеling ill foт thrее
wееks/I fеlt ill thIее wееks ago.
I,vе livеd/I,vе bееn living in this
сity sinсе I was born.
I,vе bееn waiting hеrе for
agеs. Whеrе havе you bееn?
Tony has lеft his books on thе
bus.
b) 2
с)1
d) 1
f)1
is joiniпg/is goiпg to joiп
won,t bе
's going to snow
'm going out
,rе going
to knoсk
will probably ridе
is going to givе/is giving
'm going to go
,rе going
to hit
will probably win
'm hаviпg а pаrtу
going to rain
our tеam Will
won,t bе
is going to finish
,ll mееt you
arе wе mеeting/going
will visit/will сomе to visit
I,m goiпg swimпing пeхt
Sаturdаy.Would you like to
сome?
Thе boat is turning ovеr! I think
it's going to sink!
е)
0
c)
h)
Sorтy, I won't sее you
tomorrow. I havе to go to
London.
Byе for now. I,ll sеe you
latеr this еvеning.
I'm goiпg to studу еnginееring
in Frапсe.
I,m going to havе a paftу
nеxt Friday.
Wе,rе going to the doсtoт,s,
so wе сan,t сomе.
Kеlly will probably gеt thе
iob.
Мartin,s wifе is going to
havе anothеr baby.
Sarah isn,t going to gеt
malliеd yеt.
I think it'll snow tomorrow.
Тhе sсorе will bе 3_0.
G r a m m a r9
I
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
wiII bе lуiпg
rings
Wе,11bе moЙng
doеs youт train lеavе
you leavе
will you bе working
I,l1bе
won,t stоp
2 a ) 5 t l ) z c ) 7 d) 6 е) 3 f l a
a)/
b) you grow
С)/
d)
е)
l)
g)
h)
4 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
fl
o)
h)
you givе
arrivеs, I,ll lеt
bе using
shе,ll havе lеft.
I'll do it.
ShаII we pIау tеnпis?
I,m going to study Arabiс in
Сairo.
I'll bе homе by midnight.
I,ll meеt you latеr.
Will you go to thе shops for
mе?
We won't makе too muсh
noisе.
Shall I hеlp you with thosе
bags?
We,ll сomе baсk lаtеr if you
]ikе/Shall wе сomе baсk
later?
,l1 havе finishеd
5a)
b) mееt nеxt/again, I,l1phonе
с) I сheсk thе spеlling
d) lеt mе sharе hет
е) wе have
0 lеavе/go until I
c) thе lеsson has finishеd
h) you bе doing
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шу
п8
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fl
&
fi
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a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f;
g)
h)
i)
i)
a)
b)
с)
d)
e)
fl
g)
h)
i)
i)
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
t
I used to ide
shall I
Havе you sееn hеr
havе you bееn woгking
I haven,t finishеd
I was washing
arе you staring
I,m haйng
stops
did you last go
do уou do
ran
was sitting
don't undеrstand
теalizеd
'm studying
was rеading
know
'm staying
did you do
2)^
6)A
10)B
14) с
3)D
7)С
11)B
15) A
a)3
e) 4
4)D
8)С
12)D
nevет
latеly/reсеntly
at|Ilу
for
By thе timе
13) ,/
7) /
14) bееn
B) arе
|5) ,/
9) bееn
16) havе
10) will
17) bе
11) shall
12) havе
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
beforе
sinсе
all wееk
yet
As soon аs
\)
2)
з)
4)
5)
6)
beeп
/
/
havе
had
/
a) SаIlу sаid thаt she,d lost Ircr
kеуs.
b) Сhris said/told mе that hе
must lеave еarly.
с) Мaria and Tony said thеv
would sее us tomorro1t.
d; Tom said, ,I,m сoming to
your party.'
е) Suе said that shе,d rlтittеn а
lеtter to Lisa.
f) Stevе told us/said that hе
was arriving at 8.00.
g) .I,vеbought a nеrv bikе.'
Pam told us.
h) ,What,s thе mаtter?. Еllеn
askеd.
a)
tr)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
аrrived, Stеve hаd
I hеlp
do you usually
has bееn playing
I,1l
was еating/having
is staying
havеn,t sееn
you doing
1)с
5)B
e)D
13) A
in
G r a m m a r1 1
Grammar 10
I think
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
a) ithаd stoppеdiпging
b) [ hаvеn,t plаyеd it bеforе.
с) When did Petе Writе to you
last?
d) Do you evеl go to thе сinеmа?
е) I wеnt to thе bеaсh еvеry
day.
0 Shе,s playing baskеtball.
o)
I,vе bееn Waiting herе for
agеs!
8a ) Hаve уou flnished уеt?
b) I,ll sее you tomorrow!
с) Did you havе a niсe timе?
d) Do you know what I mеаn?
е) Arе you сoming out for a
drink latеr?
0 Havе you beеn waiting long?
I've finished
I,ll bе baсk at 6.0o
I,m going to go shopping
I want to makе a phonе сall
I'vе forgottеn my homеwork
I havе to bе baсk by З.З0
I,ll lеt you know
I,m going to bе latе
b) 5
с)2
d) 1
d) told/saying
4 a) told
е) told/tell
b) spokе, said
l) told/spokе
с) said, told
5 a) wouldп,t bе thеrebeсаuseshе tцаs
hаviпg а pаrtу
b) ,d lost thе map and (hе)
didn,t know thе way.
с) she flnishеd thе boоk, shе
was going to watсh tеlеvision
d) was doing somе homеwork but
hе wouldn,t bе long
е) ,d got up latе and (had)
missеd thе bus
G r a m m a r1 2
I
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
whether,wаs
whеn, would
iflwhethеr' had
iflwhеthеr, took
whеrе
Iflwhеthеr, had
Аre уou hаviпg luпсh or goiпg out
What did you do yеstеrday
Do you oftеn go sаiling
How many Gетman books have
you rеаd
e) Are you going to сhangе sсhoo]s
0 Who do you sit next to in сlass
2 a)
b)
с)
d)
if/whetherI wаs stауiпg therеаIl
Summеr
b) What .ploсIastinatе' mеant
с) iflwhethеr I,d donе my homеwork
d) whеn hеr biтthday was
е) iflwhеther I,d rеmеmbеred to
loсk thе door
0 whу |'d turnеd off thе tеlevision
3a)
4a)
Mike promisеd Sue he would be аt
her housе before8.00.
ANsWЕ Rs
b) Сhris invitеd Jеan to (go to) thе
сinеma.
с) Patsy advisеd Dave not to еat
too muсh.
d) Niсk suggestеd going for a walk.
е) Carol apologizеd for brеaking
thе window.
Гl Bill offеrеd to do thе washingup.
.Чl Тina's mothеI сongratulatеd heт
on passing hеr driving tеst.
h. Рat теfusеdto opеn his mouth.
G r a m m a rI 3
а н: rc. ш-i//be
b, iir'еd' lге'd sее
с, takе. 1t'е.llагri\'е
d r dоn.t hurn-' rtе'1lbе
rгеге.rtоu]d bе аblе to
Г t don.t rтеаr' r-ou.ll tЪеl
ol
studiеd. ттouid gеt
hl had, ].d ridе
i) lеnd, I,Il lеt
j) had, l'd gir.е
gеt
fаll iп, will ,d
wеrе/ъ-as, go
с) knеw, ,d tеll
,]1сatсh
d) run,
е) тains, 'l1 go/сould go
fl had, 'd join
a)
b)
would
unlеss
с) would
d) Unlеss
е) Would
a)
b)
a)
8
е) 1
i)
5 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
i)
fl
g)
h)
i)
j)
b)6
0 3
Would
would
If
would
unless
с)9
S) 4
d )1 0
h)z
'i)7
hаd, ,d be аble
take, ,1l fееl
atе, would livе
bесamе, ,d buy
lеavе, will givе
folloщ ,ll сomе
usеd, wouldn,t bе
touсh, won't bitе
leavе, ,ll givе
ownеd, wouldn't visit
G r a m m a r1 4
-1, a) Whаt would
уou do if уott hвd
wings?
b) [f I weте you, I,d lеaуе norт.
с) How would you fееl if r-ou
livеd on Мars?
d) If I wеrе you, I,d bur' a bikе.
е) What would vou do if r-ou rтеге
riсh?
0 What would vou 5a\-ii Jim сamс
with us?
o)
If I wеrе 1-ou,I'd takе thе bus.
h) What rvould r-ou do if vou
ownеd a robot?
llсldpltoпеd' u'оttltlllаt'еsi-t'еtl
2a)
b) took' might fееl
с) hаd dгir-еn'lтouldn,t havе
стashеd
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d)
е)
f,1
g)
h)
L A NGU A GЕ
P RA с т I с E
had сomе, would havе enioyеd
I,d knоwn, would have sent
hеlpеd, might bе
had sсorеd, сould havе won
worе, wouldn,t gеt
3 a) hаd lф eаrlу, wouldп,t hауe
missеd
b) ,d bought morе milk, would
havе had
с) ,d takеn/,d rеmеmbеrеd to takе a
map, wouldn't have got lost
d) 'd gone to bеd, would havе
wokеn up
е) had madе a shopping list,
wouldn't havе fol8otten to
buy/would have rеmеmbетеd to
buy
f) ,d rеalizеd you wеrе tirеd, I
wouldn,t havе askеd you to go
g) had sai]еd aстossthе Aflantiс,
wou]d hаvе rеaсhеd
h) ,d turned lеft at the station,
Wouldn,t havе losт
hаdn,t sunbаthеd
сould stay
сould swim
had
сould sее
didn't sit
had
enioy
сould
i)1
b)2
D2
i)r
1 a) ф someone
b)
с) by a doсtor
d)
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e)
h)
с) 7
92
d )2
h )1
3 a) hаdbrought
b) had bought
с) Wеnt
d) knеw
е) had takеn
f) hadn't bought
g) had finishеd
h) spokе/сould speak
4 (Suggеstеdanswеrs)
a) Ihаdаsапdwiсh
b) you havе a good
с) ,d bееn hеrе/,d сome hеrе/
,d visitеd it
d) livеd
e) danсеd/соuld danсе
5 a) hadn't wasted
b) wеrеn't
с) wеre
d) сould
е) had
f) didn,t havе to
g) hadn,t movеd
h) wasn't
Gra m m ar16
с)
g)
i) r1l
2a)2
е)1
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
8)
h)
i)
i)
a)
b)
f)
Grammar l5
T a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
0
g)
h)
i)
е)-
f) by the postman
g) by the poliсе
h) by somеonе
4 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
0
g)
h)
5 a)
b)
с)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
Was quеstionеd
is watсhеd
will bе finishеd
has bеen elесtеd
is bеing теbuilt
has bеen сlosed
is Wlittеn
was stolen
will bе mеt
was won
Mаnу pet dogs аrе lost еvеryуeаr,
Thе injured man was takеn to
hospital.
A nеw bridgе is being built
aсIoss the rivеI.
All thе food at the party Was
еatеn.
Nothing will be deсidеd
bеforе nеxt Saturday.
Thе matсh is bеing pla}zеdon
Friday evеning.
Thе robbеr unloсkеd the door
With a falsе key.
This book was written by Sam's
fathеr.
hаs beeп disсoуered
will bе opеnеd
was paintеd by
Wirl be аnnounсеd
is bеing rеdесoratеd
havе beеn arrеstеd
aге sold by
is bеing built
The саsino hаs beеn сlosed.
The matсh has bееn posфonеd.
Еnglish is spokеn all ovеr thе
world.
Thе nеw swimming.pool has
bеen opеnеd.
This pulsе was lеft in thе
сlassroom yеstеrday.
Traffiс has bееn bannеd from
thе сity сеntте.
A new govеrnmеnt has bееn
еleсtеd.
Thе flat was brokеn into last
week.
Gramma r1 7
1a) сut
b) taken
с) sent
d) sеrviсеd
е) broken
fl offeтеd
c) wеrе you born
h) rеpairеd
0 was givеn
i) was madе
2a)
hаd his
b) Was lent to mе by
с) had onе of my tееth takеn
d) was boтn
е)
0
c)
sold a roсk сonсеIt tiсkеt
his housе brokеn into
WеIе you
h) was givеn this ring by my
i) is bеing kеpt
i) will bе sеnt
3a)
I,m hаviпg mу саr serviced
tomorrow.
b) I had my bikе stolen yеstеrday.
с) Wе had our house paintеd last
УеaI,
d) I'm having my tooth taken out
tomorrowl
е) I,vе iust had my hair сut.
0 Wе,rе haЙng our new
сalpеt f,ttеd tomoшow.
8) Ann has just had hеr portrait
paintеd.
4 a)
b)
с)
d)
e)
f)
is believed to be living
is supposed to fall
is expeсtеd to Win
is thou8ht to be рlanning
is said to bе making
is rеportеd to disagrеe
Grammar 18
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
o\
6/
might
сan,t bе
must bе
сould bе
might
f.) may not
g) сan,t bе
h) must bе
i) сould bе
1.) сan,t сomе
саn swim rеаllу
might
сan,t bе
must work
сan,t сomе
might (bе ablе to) seе you
tomorrow
youl teaсhеrсan,t сomе
h) must Llеvery hot
i) сan I open
i) must bе
3a)
s
e) s
i) D
b)D
0D
i) n
с)s
s) s
d)D
h) s
4a)
You ought to sеe а deпtist.
b) Wе don,t have to go to sсhool
tomorrow.
с) That сan,t bеJohn, bесausеhe,s
in Paris.
d) Ann сould/might/may bе at
homе.
е) You'd bеttеr WеaI a Warm сoat
today.
0 I may be latе.
c) I don't think (that) you
should/ought to go skiing.
h) You саn,t lеave youт bikе herе.
5a)
hауe
fl had
b) should
g) сan,t
с) must
h) havе
d) maylmight
i) ablе
е) must/should i) ought
6 a ) I think you,d bеttеr/you should
takе moтe exетсise.
b) Thе plane should land soon.
\
GRAмlvlAR
You сan,t usе a diсtionary.
That сan,t be Suе. Shе,s abroad.
I may/might сomе to youl palty.
You mustn,t drop littеr in thе
stIееt.
g) You don,t havе to Wait.
h) You should stay/ought to
stay in bеd today.
с)
d)
е)
f)
г
*
lrt
Grammar 19
I a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
must hаve iLropped
сould/maylmight havе missеd
сould/was able to
should havе told
didn,t have/nееd to
сan,t havе takеn
maylmight not havе
nееdn,t have
havе/nееd to buy
shouldn't have
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
hаve studied sо lаte
you ablе to stop him
havе to/nееd to work hard
havе lost his way
have hurt youтself
havе told me
hаvе еnioyеd it
havе helpеd hеr
not to have lеft/to havе stayеd
havе donе it
a)
b)
с)
d)
should hауe tоkeп аn umbrellа
must havе lеft it on thе bus
сouldn,t gеt through
should have bought hеr a
pIеsеnt
сan,t еat/stand olangеs
might havе forgottеn thе addrеss
ought to have studiеd harder
сould havе had fun
е)
f)
g)
h)
Grammar 20
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
0
g)
h)
i)
|)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
аsked
had
had
said she didn,t Want mе to
сan,t have stolеn
had
you,d bеttеr
would bе
havе bееn
wе,d rеmеmbетed
7)З
3
if
8) must
thеy
9) havе
to
10) if
paint 11) сan
12) havе
to
1)с
5)D
9)A
13) с
fld
a)
b)
с)
d)
2)А
6)D
10)с
14) B
doп,t hаve to
mustn,t
might havе
havе to
13)3
14) was
15) if
16) bееn
17) us
18) 3
3)B
7)B
11)D
15) D
е)
0
g)
h)
4)^
8)с
1z )^
must
сould
had to
should
5 a) kпсw the апswer,I would lrclp уou
b) you run fast, you,ll fееl tiтеd
с) was arrеstеd by an off-duп'
poliсewoman
d) had lеft еarly, wе wouldn,t
hаve missеd the rrаin
е) I hadn,t eatеn all thе lсе-сгеam
f) tеll mе wherе thе bus station is
g) is bеing built by thе loсa] сounсil
h) wетe you, I'd go to thе doсtor's
i) was brokеn фv somеonеl
with/using a hammеr
i) Amy to buy somе milk
6 a) hаvе to go
b) I wеrе
с) my hair сut
d) havе missеd
e) was invеntеd
f) havе forgottеn
g) had
h) must havе workеd
i) was givеn
i) neеdn't havе
7 a)
b)
с)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
i)
8 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
fl
g)
h)
i)
j)
hаving our house
had his сaт
hе,d
wouldn't take
tеll mе whеn
unlеss
wouldn,t havе
сan,t have
had to
askеd
witteп
сan,t
whеrе thе train staгionWas.
might havе bееn
you havе to
had to/must finish
must havе opеnеd
I wеrе tallеr!
l have my сaI rеpairеd
I,d sсrеam
Grammar21
So thсlt
to
in ordеr to
dтessеd,сould/would
for
сouldn,t/wouldn,t
сan
сould
I wеnt to the shops for some eggs.
2a )
b) Niсola сamе hетe to havе a
mееting with thе dirесtor.
с) Wе wеnt on holiday for a теst.
d) Mikе plays сhеss to rеlax.
е) I opеnеd thе window for somе
air.
0 Cristinа wеnt shopping for somе
nеw сlothеs.
c) I Wеnt to a private sсhool to
lеarn Еnglish.
h) sam Went tо a speсialist for
trеatmеnt.
I
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
ANsWЕ Rs
3 a) Iф work eаф, he сould go
b) wаs rеbuilt, makе it
с) gavеJaсk hеr phone numbеr, hе
сould/would сall
d) put on somе suntan oil, I
don't/won't gеt
е) hid thе plеsеnts, nobody
rr.ould/сouldsее
ft had thе palty in a large hall,
pеoplе would/сould
gr arrivеd еaгly, hе сould/would get
hr сhangеd sеatsin thе сinеma, I
сould sее
i) somе sаndrтiсhеs,wouldn,t fеel
hungщ'
i) 1{oгеa iunnv hat, his friеnds
rтould notiсе
Grammar 22
Т a)
b)
с,
d)
е)
suclt
so manrtoo
so fеw
so
2a)so
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
too
muсh
many
еnough
littlе
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
i)
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
0
g)
h)
i)
')
5 a)
b)
с)
ft so m uсh
gl in thе end
h) so muсh
il
tall еnough
i) so littlе
8)
h)
i)
j)
k)
fеlт
suсh
so
too
so
too
as/bесause/sinсе
so muсh
so many
so
so fеw
еnough
so
so little
As/Sinсе/Bесause
I stауed аt home апd hаd а rеst
beсаuseI felt reаIlу tirеd.
I didn,t usе that piесе of string,
bесausе it wasn,t long еnough.
It was suсh a diffiсult quеstion
that I had to ask for hеlp.
Thеrе WеIe too fеw sеats for all
thе guеsts.
Thеrе Wеrе too many guеsts and
not еnough sеats.
Wе сan,t put that box in thе сaт
as thеrе,stoo littlе spaсе.
I,ve got too littlе timе to do all
my work.
I,vе got so muсh WoIk that I
сan,t go out.
Shе had so many сhildгеn that
shе didn,t know what to do.
Thе play was so good that thе
audiеnсе сhеегеd.
Sorry,but I htlvеп,tgot аlottgll
tirпe.
Еriсa is not old еnough to drivе
a сar'
Paul has so manv fтiеnds that
hе,s always busy.
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I Nт ЕRlutЕDlAт E
d)
е)
0
8)
h)
6a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
tA NGU A GЕ
We had too little timе to 8o
sight-sеeing.
It,s so hot that I сan,t think!
Thеrе was so muсh snow that
wе сouldn,t travеl.
It was suсh a long way that wе
deсidеd to drivе thеrе.
As I'd run a long way, I fеlt
еxhausted./I,d run suсh a
long way that I felt еxhaustеd.
slow to be iп thе runniпg teаm'
to thе housе, bесausе/as it,s not
vеry faт.
suсh a long film that we missеd
our last bus.
unhappy that shе сriеd.
muсh monеy that he doеsn,t
know what to do with it.
old еnough to 8еt malriеd.
еnough monеy to buy this bikе.
enough platеs I,m afтaid.
Grammar23
I a\
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
a)
b)
с)
d)
however
Although
Although
on thе othег hand
but
dеspitе
In spitе of
although
АIthough
but
Howеvеr
еven
е)
f)
g)
h)
still
although
Dеspitе
spitе
a) the sпow, we went out for а wаIk.
b) some expеIts think priсes will
fall, others disagrее.
с) losing at half-time, Сity won in
the еnd.
d) it was hot, Diana worе hеr
wintеr сlothеs.
е) but/, howevеr, this summеr it,s
rained all thе timе.
f) haйng a hеadaсhе,/his
hеadaсhе, James still read until
latе.
g) but/, howеvet, hе (still) did wеll
in thе tеst.
Grammar 24
I
a) 4
е)6
05
2 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
b) 2
03
i)в
с )7
9g
Would уou mind
If I wете you, I,d wтitе
go
Could you
Would you likе
I won't do it
Shall I hеlp
Why don't you go
Сould I boтrow
should go
З a) I,il be bасk
b) I,l1havе iсе-сrеam
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d) 10
h )t
с) I think you should talk it ovеr
with youг palеnts.
d) shall I сarry it?
e) Нow about going to thе
сinema?/Lеt,s go to thе
сinеma?/Why don't wе 8o to thе
сinеma?
0 Can I lеavе sсhool еaгly?
g) Сould/Сan you tell mе how
muсh it сosts?
h) Would you likе somе lеmonadе?
i) Could you opеn thе window?
i) цo' I won,t.
4 a) уou miпd tаkiпg
b) 'd ratheт havе/,d prеfеr
с) сan you Wait
d) Сan/Мay I lеavе
е) you turn off
f) How about going
g) won't talk
h) Shall I hеlp
i) mind telling mе
i) wете you,
5 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
l)
g)
h)
i)
i)
should
Сan/Сou1d/Would
Can/Could/Would
W.ill/Would
Lеt,s
mind
rathеr
Can/Could/Would
Would
саn/may
Grammar25
I a)
b)
с)
d)
who
whose
who
whiсh
-whosе
2a)
b) that
с) whosе
d) who
3a)
е) that
f) whosе
g) whosе
e) whose
f) who
g) who
D
N
b) N
с)N
d) D
ON
9о
4 a) The book fuсtt|ohп wаs
reаdiпg wаs а bit fтфtening.
b )/
с) In thе еnd, our holiday was the
bеst that wе had evеr had.
d) Thе dentist who I go to isn,t
vеry еxpensivе.
е) Thе film whiсh Wе saw last weеk
was muсh betteI than this onе.
е)
D,/
9" t
5 a) Thеse аre the bovs I-went oп
holidау with.
b) This is the lеttет l,ve bееn
waiting foт.
с) That,s thе shop Suе bought hеr
bikе fтom.
d) That,s thе hotеl I stayеd at.
е) Tim is someone I hardly
еver writе to.
t)/
g/
h) Unitеd wеrе the bеst team (that)
wе playеd against.
6 a) Fridаy.l''lаsthе lаst timе thаt I sаw
Iim.
b) Thе island that/whiсh we visited
was еxtrеmеly bеautiful.
с) Thе girl that/who I met Was a
friеnd of Philip's.
d) Thе mеal that/whiсh we atе
wasn,t vеry tasty.
е) Gina was thе first person
thаt/who I askеd.
f) Thе book that/whiсh I read
didn't еxplain thе problеm.
g) Thе tеaсhel that/who wе
usually havе was away ill.
h) Thе friеnds that/who I mеt last
night sеnd you theiг lovе.
Grammar26
1 a ) цthich
b) What
с) who
d) whosе
е) that
2a)
е)
his
it
ь) /
f) /
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
that
whosе
who
whiсh
who
с) it
d) she
g) thеy
3a)
The museum thаt we wаnt to vЬit
opensаt 12.00,
b) Thе boy whosе bikе was takеn
visitеd the poliсe station.
с) The friend who mеt me at thе
ailpolt сaтriеd my suitсasе.
d) Thе mеal that Tom сookеd was
dеliсious.
е) Thе friеnd who is staying with
me сomes from Paris.
0 Thе man whosе wallеt I found
gavе me a reward.
c) The shop in thе сеntre that I go
to is сhеaper./The shop that I go
to in thе сеntrе is сheapеr.
h) Тhе girl whosе party I wеnt to
phonеd mе.
i) I know somеone who likеs you.
4a)/
e) /
b) what
f) what/who
с)/
g) What
d) what
h) /
Grammar 27
I a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
i)
Whаt time do уou usuаlly get up?
What wеrе you rеading?
\Arhy did you go therе?
What havе you donе so faт?
What do I have to do now?
How did you fееl yеstетday?
What arе you doing?
Why have thе lights gonе
out?/Why arеn,t thе lights
working?/Why isn,t theте any
еlесtriсity?
WlrеIе did you lеavе your
bikе?/Whеrе's your bikе?
\'VhoЪ сoming to youl party?
G R A п nм A R
Who lives neхt door?
2a)
b) Who do you play with?
с) Who tеaсhеs you maths?/What
doеs Mrs Dawson tеaсh you?
d) What do you (usuallY) eat for
lunсh?
e) What frightеns you?
0 Whо do you talk to most?
ol
Who do you sit nеxt to in
Еnglish?
h) What helps you studY?
3a )
b)
с,)
d)
hауeп,t
am
did
will
е)
f)
g)
h)
I didn,t
I сan,t
I do
hе isn,t
Grammar 28
There is а smаII rеstаurапt
3a)
b) It,s stlange that you wеnt
с) Thеre,s a big tlеe at thе еnd of
my
d) It seеms that Brian
e) It,s really сold
0 It,s a long way from hеre
c) Thеre arеn't anylThеrе arе no
battетiеs in youI
h) It aрpeals that wе,Iе
Grammar30
цL
1a)
b) on
с) to
d) in
е) bеlow
0in
g) ovег
h) on
i) on
i) in
9o n
h)/
D/
1 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
I hаveп't
I do
I am
she didn't
he has
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
thеy сan
I won't
shе hasn,t
it is
she didn't
2a)
b) in
с) in
2 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
Hаve we
Don,t you
Did shе
Don,t you
Is hе
f)
g)
h)
i)
i)
Is thете
Has shе
Haven,t you
Isn't thегe
Did you
tn
3a)
b) on
с) on
d) in
е) on
i) iп
i) ovеr/thгough
f) insidе
8) on
h) out
i) on
j) at
3 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
аren,t we
have you
aтen't you
will you
isn,t he
f
g)
h)
i)
j)
don,t thеy
do You
don,t you
hasn't he
should I
4a) in
b) at
с) in
d) in
e) on
0 to
c) in
h) ovеr
iп
5a)
b) next to
с) to
d) insidе
e)
f)
8)
h)
opрositе
nеaг
on
on
6a) аt
b) ovеr
с) near
d) undеr
е)
0
C)
h)
on/ovеI
оn
on
in
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
bесausе
Although
in
so
In spitе of
4 a) Pаul doesn,tlike footbаll, does he?
b) You,vе got a sister, havеn,t you?
с) You havеn,t donе youт
homеwork, have you?
d) You sat nеxt to Еllеn, didn't you?
е, Thе guests havеn't arrived, havе
thеy?
0 Your namе is John, isn,t it?
c) Yout namе isn,t John, is it?
h) I didn,t lеavе my wallet on thе
dеsk, did I?
r) William hasn,t got marriеd, has
he?
j) This book is by Мartin Aimless,
isn't it?
5a)
2
е) 2
b)2
f) 2
c)z
фТ
d)r
h)2
whаt the timе is
6a )
b) what this mеans
с) how muсh this сosts
d) what time the musеum opеns
е) iflwhether I'm in the dght seat
0 whеre Asham stIееt is
c) iflwhеther this is Tlafalgar Squarе
h) whеn this bus lеavеs
Grammar 29
thете, therе
It',s
thеiт
its
I a)
b)
с)
d)
there
It's
thеy,те
its
e)
f)
c)
h)
2 a)
b)
с)
d)
There, It
It, it
It, thеIе
It
e) It
f) Thеrе, it
g) It, there, thеrе
d)
е)
dL
bylbeside
Grammar3'l
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
in ordеr to
too
they,re
whosе
for
but we ileсideil
used to work
suсh a
thе rain
about spеnding
Thеre aгe
don,t/won't fееl
It,s stтangе
еnough monеy
you mind
3)с
2)С
1)B
3
7) l)
6)d
s)d
1 1 )с
10)b
e) d
1 5 )с
t4) a
13) d
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
4a)o n
b) bеsidе
с) to
d) a t
e) near
0
c)
h)
0
i)
5 a ) Hаve уou ever beeп to Americо?
b) Наs Andrсw еvеr been to Аmeriса?
с) Dоеs Rita likе тap musiс?
d) Do you likе rap musiс?
е) Did you еnjoy the film?
0 Did Nigеl еnioy thе fllm?
o)
Arе you going to London nеxt
o/
summer?
h) Is Мaria goins to London nеxt
summеr?
i) Сan I borrow your mobile phonе?
i) Could you lеnd me your mobilе
phonе?
i a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
i)
7 a)
b)
с)
on
at
oppositе
insidе
You'vegot
won't they
Lеt,s go
,те not lеaving
havеn,t thеy
сan,t you
You Werеn,t
do you
wеrеn,t thеy
didn't forget
reаil а book whiсh she reаlly
who visitеd mе brought me a
that I stayеd in was сheapеr
than
d) friend whosе bikе I borтowеd
wantеd it
е) to buy thе vasе (that) I saw in
thе
fl who sings in the grouP has got
8) I mеt a girl whosе bтothет is in
mv
h) that wе'rе tаking lеavеs
i) rt'ho knoсked аt thе dooт и/as
sеШing
j) whiсh I saw with Luke was
13) hе
7) shе
a 1,) ,/
8) thеm 14) at
2) vуho
9) muсh 15) ,/
3) to
16) it
4) Тhеn 1o) you
17) so
ll) ,/
5) so
12) that
6) who
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1 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
fl
g)
h)
2 a)
4)a
8)a
12)b
A N swE Rs
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
oпe ilаy
Nowadays
This morning
by
thе day after tomolrow
During
aftеrwaтds
on
we hаd/hаd hаd luпсh, we weпt for
а сoffee
on timе for lеssons
until 8.00
thтее months ago
at 1.2.00
first ofJanuary
day aftеr tomorrow
for thrее
Зa)on
b) ago
с) latет
d) duтing
е) A t
f; nowadaYs
9 ln
h) aftеrwards
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lNт ERIY lЕDlAт E
L A NGU A GЕ
P RA с т l (Е
4a ) I go to the sеаsidein Sumlnеr.
b) I,vе bееn at this sсhool sinсе
1,997.
с) Gеorgе had a bath and thеn
washеd his hair.
d) Dina was at my housе until
10.00./Dina didn,t lеavе my
house until 10.00.
е) Thе train arrivеd on timе.
fl
I,l1arrivе bу 2.0О'
o\ Paul triеd hard but in thе еnd hе
6/
gavе up./he gavе up in the end.
h) I wasn,t in timе to say goodbyе
to Lisa.
5 a)
b)
с)
d)
lаst
During
Aftеr
foт
е) onе/somе
0o n
g) afterwards
h) at
Gram m a r3 3
I a)
b)
с)
d)
How much
arе
somе
some
е)
f)
Ы
h)
muсl:r
How many
a
was
2 a) ап
е) manуlb )a Г1a
g) somе
с) somе
d) h) aпуlmanу
З a) give уou soпе аdviсe
b) any сlean trousетs
с) Тhеrе isn,t muсh
d) nееds washing
е) wasn,t in thе book
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
some wood
Thеrе was
any
a сhiсkеn
was vеry usеful
How many
It,s grееn
thеy,rе on thеir way
noisе.
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
IJаtеr
nеws
glasses
luggagе
еggs
sсissors
loaf
poliсеoffiсеr/poliсеman/
poliсеwoman
Gra m m ar34
I
a) Hсwe you еver visitеd the Uпited
Kiпgdom?
b) on oш tlip, we visitеd
Cantеrburv Сathеdral.
с) Lovе is a wondеrfu|thing.
d) Pets aIе not pеrmittеd in this
hotеl.
е) A rabbit is a small wild fuтry
animal with long
еars./Rаbbits
aге small wild furгy
animаls with long еars.
f) Nеw Yoтk is in thе Unitеd Statеs
of Ameriсa'
288
d) Thе prеsent (that/whiсh) my
friеnds
е) is the сapital of
l) Тhе fiгst lеsson tomorгow is
g) thе phonе for you
h) Thе fllm (that/whiсh) wе saw
last night
a)b) a
с) an, d) a, an
e ) a, f ) -, 8) - , a
a) is ап
b) ina
с) Parking is
d) Fabio is at
e) to thе station on
6a)
b)
с)
Gramm a r3 5
I a) the
f) the, the
b) thе' thе
8) a
с) an, thе
h) a
d )A n
i) a
е) thе, thе
i) thе, thе
a) plауs the piапo
b) hеlp thе
с) bike is thе
d) is/has an appointmеnt at thе
е) was about thе lifе
0 was sсorеd by thе
a)
b)
с)
d)
The, the, the
thе, a, thе
thе, thе
е)
0
g)
h)
the, thе, a
thе, a, thе
A, a, a
thе, the
Grammar34 and 35 mixed
I
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
2 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
0
c)
h)
f) _, thе, an, g) -, the, a
h) a, thе, thе
i) thе, thе, thе
i) a, thе
Сould уou get а loаf ofbreаd fтom
the bаker,s?
Мilk is good for сhildтеn.
John is at woтk at thе momеnt.
We tтаvеllеd to Hungaтy by сaI.
Havе you got a brothеr oI sistеl?
Thе war bеtwееn thе two
сountliеs was thе longest in
history.
Who was thе flrst astronaut who
walkеd on thе moon?
Тhе Nilе is thе longеstтivеr in
thе world.
The, а, _, thе, u
a, -, thе
thе, a, a
Thе, thе, thе
3a)
Wе trаvеllеd thеrеoп thе trаin.
b) This onе is thе largеst./Тhisis
the largеst sizе.
с) С]аra is a (profеssional) singет.
d) Thе unеmployеd oftеn fееl
dеprеssеd.
e) Anna is learning to play thе
guitar.
0 Mikе works in an offiсе.
c) Мarie сomеs from Franсе.
h) David is still at work.
4a) А
b) a
с) a
d)
е)
0
o)
*
thе
-
h) i) a
o)а
p) a n
k) thе
l)a
m) thе
n) a
r)
s)a
t) _
t) -
s)-
5a) Dаrrel wаs the
b) you havе a dog at
с) a сhemistry
d)
е)
0
h)
_
Т hе
T hе
_
T he
T hе
_
2 T he
2 t hе
222 l } :. е
22_
Z t hе
Grammar36
I a) пo
b) еaсh
с) Not onе
d) Somе
е) еithеr
l) both tyrеs
2 a) пot onе
b) no
с) A1l
d) all, еaсh
е) nonе
f) еithеr
З a) Every dog iп the gаrdеп wаs
bаrkiпg,
b) Not a singlе pеrson сamе to thе
mееting.
с) None of my friеnds has got a сar
d) Nеithеr of thеsесhaiтsis
сomfortable.
е) Thеrе wete no boys in thе сlass.
f) A1l wе Want to do is listen to a
fеw CDs.
g) Both books arе intеrеsting.
4 a) Nonе ofthesе books is/аre
iпterеstiпg.
b) All you havе left is tеn minutеs.
с) Nеithет of thе hotеls was/wеrе
suitablе.
d) Not a single pеrson rеpliеd to
my lеttеr.
e) Both Рaul and his brothеr David
arе ill.
f) A1l of thе team playеd wеll.
g) Еvеry housе in thе strееt Was
sеarсhed фy thе poliсе).
h) Somе of thе questions in the tеst
wеre diffiсult/hard,
5a)1
е) 1
b) 2
02
с)2
ф2
d) 7
h) 2
G r a m m a r3 7
I a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
2 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
а lаrge old grеепplаstiс bаg
two square woodеn tablеs
a bеautiful rеd silk dress
a pair of antiquе silvеr iugs
a small plastiс bowl
a long winding сountry road
somе dirty old football boots
a long yеllow сotton skiтt
a glass of сold frеshly squееzеd
orangе iuiсе
boiliпg
f) fantastiс
gigantiс
g) worriеd
tirеd
h) waтmеr
сool
i) borеd
еxсiting
i) interestеd
rl
ANsWЕ Rs
GRAмrиAR
3 a) The old couple lived hаppilу
together.
b) You,vе workеd hard.
с) Сhris and Paul walk slowly.
d) Georgia plays thе piano wеll.
е) Suе danсеs graсеfully.
f) Кatе isn,t wеll/doеsn,t fееl wеll.
g) Мiсhaеl skatеs wondеrfully.
h) Мary wтitеs сaтеfully.
i) Alеx slеpt badly.
j) Ann сomplеtеd thе сoursе
suссеssfully.
4 a) hаppу
fl fast
g) quite
b) wеll
h) hard
с) hardly
i) tеrriblе
d) good
е) ill
i) еxtremely
5 a) Peter hаs beeп working уery hаrd,
b) My sistеI bought mе a lovеl)r
bluе woollеn swеatеf.
с) This book I,m rеading is
еxсеllеnt/eхtrеmеly good.
d) David fеlt bad bесausе hе,d
shouted at his mothеI.
е) Еvеryonе in thе tеam playеd
wеll.
fl Too muсh еxerсisе сan make you
feеl tirеd.
s) Paula lеlt hanpv whеn hеr
еxams wеrе ovel.
h) Hans has nеvеr arrived latе at
sсhоol.
i) onе boxеr hit the othеr rеally
hald right on thе сhin.
i) t,rn not rеally intelestеd in this
сar'
Grammar38
1a) aS tаstу аS
b) the most intеIеstin8
с) oldеst
d) than
е) wolsе
0 tallеst
o)
as hard as
h) WoIsе
i) longеr than
i) morе quietly
the loпgest
2a)
b) lеss еntегtaining
с) fastеr than
d) the hottеst
е) bеttеf than
0 iust as tall as
o\
morе diffiсult
ё/
h) as largе as
i) not as bi8 as/iust as big as/biggеr
tnan
i) thе worst
3 a) аs good а runпer аs Dаvid (is)
b) tallest (pеrson)in thе сlass
с) morе than mе/than I havе
d) longеr than Janе,s (hair)
е) noisiеst studеnt in thе sсhool
0 as intетesting as this one (is)
g) go fastеr than this/go any fastеr
h) еat as muсh as Andrеw (did)
4 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
0
g)
h)
5 a) biggest
b) grеatеst
с) _
d) е) _
0 fatter
g) smallеst
h) 6 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
i)
Wе сalled on my aunt on hеr
birthdаy.
8) I,m afraid that we,vе run out of
еggs.
h) Мoniсa will сall for you at 6.30.
i) Nobody understood what I was
8еtting at.
i) I сan,t put up with so muсh air
pollution.
just аs, аs
thе most
moте/lеss,than, did
morе
than, thе
the lеast
iust as, as
lеss, than
0
i) haгdег
|) k) fittеI
1) m)n) o) widеr
Grammar 40
I a)
b)
с)
d)
tаIk more slowlу
isn,t as fгightеning
thе bеst сook
as fast as
less eсonomiсal than
morе еxсiting than
as hard as
is morе intеrеstеd
is oldеr than
morе than mе
Grammar 39
1a )
е)
3
4
b) 5
t)2
at
2a )
b) for
с) to
d) down
е) over
0 foт
a)
b)
с)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
с)8
96
g) up
h) on
i) up
i) up
k) to
l) out
d) 1
h) 7
didn't live uP to
drop in on
run out of
gеt on with
сaught up with
looking forward to
kееp up with
сut down on
a) Biап tаkes аfter his mother.
b) Wе,ve lun out of food!
с) Мike and Tom don,t gеt on wе]]
With еaсh othеI.
d) Jеan is vеry good аt dеaling with
peoplе.
е) The handlеbars on my bikе nеed
sееing to.
f; Julia was vеIy ill, but shе,s got
over it now
8) What ехaсtly aIе you sеtting at?
h) Paul,s nеw sсhool didn,t livе up
to his expесtations.
The сentrаIheаtiпg sуstem neеds
seеiп{ to.
b) Lеt,s drop in on Julia whilе wе'rе
hеre.
с) Wе,rе hеading for Рaris.
d) our hotеl room looks out
onto/ovеr thе main road!
е) Two сhildтen started playing,
and thеn thе othеrs ioinеd in.
5a )
у'сLsll
look
sеt
сal1ed
е)
f)
g)
h)
try
flll
turned
droppеd
2 a) Tum the lights off wheп уou leаvе
the school.
b) Jaсk tulnеd up half-way thгough
thе lеsson.
с) Wе сan put you up foт a wееk.
d) Мarta is gеtting on wеll in hеr
Еnglish сlass.
e) Lidia grеw up in Uruguay.
0 How do you tum on thе
сomputеr/turn thе сomputеI on?
o\
Caтol lookеd up the datеs/
6/
looked thе dates up in an
еnсyсlopedia.
h) Suтflng is a gIeat sport. Whеn
did you takе it up?
3a)
е)
3
4
b) 8
f) s
с)1
фт
d)6
h)З
Grammar 41
Т a)
b)
с)
d)
2
bettеr
еaсh
hard
somе
\)d
5)d
9)b
l jt с
2)a
6)d
i0)a
1 + )b
е) bеst
0 foт
o)
no
h) is
3)с
7)b
11)b
1 5 )с
4)a
8)с
12)d
3a)
of tltеsе
b) until
с) smoking is allowеd
dl somе adriсе
as long as
f) srnсе
ol
сlassтoom
h) on foot
i) anv fuгthеr
ll in timе
I сtltl put you up.
1al
b) Сarlos сan,t put up with the
tтaffiс any morе.
с,) Pеtеr is gеtting on wеll at
univеIsity.
d) I,ll сlеar up thе room if you do
thе washing up.
Wе,rе heading for Мadrid.
0 Why don't you look uP this
woтd/look this woтd up in thе
diсtionafy?
c) Janе takеs aftеr hет fathеr.
h) Кеlly,s fathеr is trying to givе up
smoking.
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I
L A NGU A GЕ
l N тЕ R l t, l E D l AтE
s1)
Ll
3)
the
it
4)
s) was
6)
6a)
thе
b)
с)
d)
е)
in"
foт
7) ago
B) muсh
g) thе
10) morе
11) onе
r2) ,/
0 _
o)
lot
6l
h) muсh
i) thе
l ) an
13)
14)
15)
16)
17)
78)
aftеr
aftеr
up
onсе
thе
,/
k)
1)
m)
n)
o)
thе
thе
thе
a
еithет
PRA с т l C E
7a) а siпglе
DJ no сhееsе
с) riсh arе
d) bеautifully
е) thе worst film
0 until
8 a)
пuch, thсttt
b) thе, than
с) thе, а
d) somе, muсh
е)
f,)
8)
h)
all, both
as, as
until, by
bеst' еvel
T a) |im соn,t аfford to go to the сinеmа
twiсе а week.
b) David wishеs to lеavе thе room
fl
o\
h)
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f;
290
l,d rеаlly likе to go swimming
on Saturdаy.
Еmma prеtеndеd to lеavе, but
Waitеd outsidе.
Мy bike seems to have
somеthing wrong with it'
Thе dirесtor rеfusеd to answеI
Hеlеn,s phonе сall.
lovеs
affoтd
happеn
eхpесtеd
lеarned
f) сontinuеd
g) bеar
h) offеrеd
i) prеtended
i) prеfеrs
to let mе lеаve еаrlу
singing/to sing for an hour
without stopping
(that) you,vе passеd the еxam
to do well/that hе'll do wеll
to do for thе summеr
сlеаring up my loom
go to thе сinеma with mе
gеt marriеd
sее you latеr
do this еvening
seems
hatе
want
askеd
hopеs
t) refusеd
g) сhosе
h) likе
i) dесidеd
i) agreed
Whаt do уou iпteпd to do?
I сan,t beal gеtting up еarly!
I ехpeсt to sеe you in thе
moтning.
Susan pтomisеd to bе baсk at
6.00.
Pat lеаrnеd to drivе whеn hе was
youn8.
I offеrеd to hеlp Joе.
Еllеn сouldn,t afford the tiсket.
Tom rеfusеd to hеlp.
a)
b)
с)
е)
Grammar 42
d)
to
to
to
to
d)
9 a) I,m reаIIуilltетestеdiп trауel.
b) Katе,sbrothег is a doсtoг.
с) I atе somе food rvith Jaсk, and
aftеI that I wеnt homе.
d) Мilk is good fоr 1.оu.
е) Сan you givе mе somе adr'iсе?
t'\ I,vе lookеd in thе boх.
Еvеrything is brokеn, I'm afтaid.
o)
Thеy will havе flnishеd thе nеw
hospital ф the еnd of
Мay./Thеy won,t havе finished
thе nеw hospital until thе еnd
of Мay.
h) Тhеrе,s a poliсе offiсеr/
poliсеman/poliсеwoman Waiti n8
outsidе.
i) I сomе to сlаss on foot.
i) Your hair is vеry bеautiful.
с)
g)
h)
i)
i)
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
Gramm a r4 3
I a)
b)
с)
d)
to loсk
to havе
talking
bеing
е)
f)
g)
h)
to opеn
to takе
sky-diving
starting
2 a) уou fапсу
b) (that) hе,d
с) I suggеst/How about
d) kееps interuptin8
еl Do/Would you mind
fl Imagine bеing
g) dеniеd wтitin8
ht сan,t hеlp
З a1
b)
с)
d)
сltosе
affoтd
mind
mеant
4a)try
Ь)
deniеd
admittеd
dесided
fanсy
е) dеnied
nтetenrlрrl
с) еxpесt
d) mеant
5 a)
b)
с)
d)
e)
fl
8)
h)
forget
mеans
admit
stop
fl
рraсtisе
8) ima8inе
h) rеfusеd
е)
f)
c)
h)
kеpt
triеd
rеmеmbеr
stand/bеaт
Grammar44
I a)
b)
с)
d)
ftom
to
for
to
2 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
lаughs аt
suссееds in
apoiogizеs for
depеnds on
knows about
bеlongs to
тeminds, of
e) about
f) for
8) on
3 a) right аbоut
b) good at
с) famous for
d) intеrеstеd in
е) annoyеd with
f) kind to
g) fтightеnеd of
4 a) Diсk wаs boredwith his work.
b) Тhis town rеminds me of
Glasgow.
с) Sara knows a lot about biology.
d) I,m looking for thе art gallетy.
е) I,m fond of сrеam сakes'
f) Suе is marriеd to Adrian.
g) Dina is kind to animals.
h) Ugh! This сakе tastеs of тubbет!
i) Lisa is jеalous of you!
j) I fееl еxсitеd about our nеw
housе!
5 a) ,m апgry with
b)
с)
d)
е)
f,1
g)
h)
rеady
good at
fеlt upsеt about
dreamеd about
rеly on
bikе toJaсk
afraid of
6 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
eхplаiп, to
bеlongеd to
dеpеnds on
paid for
apologized, for
rеmind, of
suссееdеdin
wait for
7a)4
e) 7
b) 6
с)5
01
c)3
d) 2
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a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
опуone
аnything
nothing
somеonе
anything
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
Somеonе
anything
No onе
anywhеrе
somеwhеrе
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
do аnуthiпg
knows Мary bеttеr than I do
was latе yеsterday
nothing/no work
ask you somеthing
hеrе dтinks
rеpliеd whеn I phonеd/answеrеd
the phonе
h) someonе going to drivе us thеrе
i) I go I make friеnds
j) сallеd for you this morning
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
enjoy уourselves
behave ouтsеlvеs
hurt mysеlf
exprеss hеrsеlf
introduсе mysеlf
blame youтsеlf
talk, mysеlf
сut himself
a) There,ssomеthiпg iп the boх.
b) Еvеryonе was danсing.
с) Somеthing has annoyеd/is
annoying mе.
d) Thеrе,s nothing to еat./Wе,vе
got nothing to еat.
е) Thеrе,s no onе in thе offiсе.
f) Еvеrybody likеs Julia.
g) You сan havе anything you
likе./Anything you like you сan
havе.
h) Nowhеrе is bеttеr than homе.
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a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
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g)
h)
i)
j)
Everybodу/Eуeryone
somеthing
Somеthing
somеonе/somеbody
thеmselvеs
One
Еvет1.thing
Nothing
yoursеlf
mysеlf
a) Someoпеspoke to mе, but I саfl,t
remеmbertheir паme.
b) ЕveЦrthing in thе gardеn has
bееn growing a lot latеly.
с) Сaтol didn,t do an)zthing/did
nothing yesterdaY.
d) Theте isn,t an}zonе/Thеrе'sno
onе Waiting for you.
е) Pеtе and Katе еnjoyеd
thеmsеlvеs at thе party.
f,1 You fill in an appliсation form,
and thеn you wait for an
answеr./Onеfills in an
appliсation form, and thеn onе
walts for an answеr'
g) Wе nеed to do thе shopping.
Thеrе isn,t аngth]ng in thе
fridgе.
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1 a)
b)
с)
d)
2 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
fl
g)
h)
i)
j)
З a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
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g)
h)
4 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
е) thеirs h) my
hers
i) our
hеr own f) youl
g) his
yours
i) its
minе
Tell Мoпicа it,s ЕIenа,sturtl, пot
hers.
Aliсе,s youngеI brothеr's сallеd
Bill.
Tim,s sandwiсhеs Wеrе tastiеI
than ours.
Thе fllm,s bеginning is good but
its еnding is wеak.
Aте thеsе kеys yours or hеrs?
Barbaтa fllls in the patients,
lесord сards at thе doсtoI's.
Whеn it,s laining, еvеrybody,s
Iainсoats gеt Wеt.
The managеl,s assistant rеads all
the сustomers,lеttеrs.
Your sistеr,sdog runs fastеr than
ours.
onе,s our tеaсhеr,s сar and thе
othеr,s a visitor's.
footbаll boot, сhееsesапdwiсh
shop windoщ сoat poсket
gardеn gate, biсyсlе light
dеpartment storе, сountly
сotta8e
flrе еnginе, roсk singer
post offiсе, pеnсil shalpеnеr
football ground, sсhool rеpoтt
shop assistant, railwaY station
mу sister,s
arе Sam,s
friеnd of minе
my favouтitе tеlеЙsion
are your tеaсhеrs,
0
a tin opеnеr
arе our nеighbours,
h) on thе kitсhеn
Thеre аre two bus Stopsneаr пy
5a)
house.
b) ouт сat slееps all day in its bеd.
с) Have you mеt Janе's sistеI?
d) СIеatulеs likе thеsе live at thе
bottom of thе sеa.
е) This book is minе.
r) Тhosе arе two friеnds of my
fathеr,s.
8) Еvеrybody,s dтawings werе
bеttef than ouls.
h) Are thеse glovеs yours or
minе?/Arе thesе your glovеs or
mine?
i) Thе housе stands on its own at
thе еnd of thе strееt.
1) I notiсеd thеsе shoеs in a shop
window.
o)
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I
a)
b)
с)
d)
iпsteаd of
еithеr
also
suсh as
е)
f)
g)
h)
a)
b)
с)
d)
2)b
6)с
10)b
I
4)d
8)d
З)a
7)b
instеad
aсtuall-Y
suсh as
еithеr
ехсept
as well as this
Pеrsonally
both
е)
0
g)
h)
b)9
04
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с)3
g)10
5a)5
е)1
i)8
d) 7
h) 2
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d) 2
с)z
b) 2
01
We,remeetiпg UnсIeDаvid on
2a)
Tuesdауеveпingri eight.
b) Last Fеbruary I mеt Мтs
Wilkinson for thе f,rst timе.
с) Tim lives in thе south of Franсе
nеaт Сannеs.
d) Wе saw a grеat film at thе ABС
сallеd ,Thе Rеmains of thе Day,.
е) Wе wеnt to а palty at МIs
Harrisons, housе on Nеw Yеar,s
Еve.
1a)
е)
l
3
Julia's reading 'A Portrait of a
Ladу, bу Hеnry Jamеs.
3 a) ,First of аll, who is goiпg to cаrry
the suitсаsе?,аskеdEmilie.
b) Кatе said shе,d bе on timе, but I
didn,t bеliеvе hеr.
с) Jamеs said that hе,d missed the
tтain, 8ot lost, and bеen arrеstеd.
d) \\rhеn thе bеll lang, our teaсhеI
stood up and said, 'StoP writing,
plеasе.,
е) ,on thе othеr hand, wе сould go
tо thе сinеma, сouldn,t wе?, said
Dar-id.
0 'Good morning,' said Tina. 'How
do r.ou fееItоdav?'
g) If I lvеrе r'ou, I,d ask fоr somе
hеlp, oг pегhaps stalt a8a1n.
h) Thе old stadium lr.as еventually
dеmolishеd: r'егr'fе.rvpеoplе
wеnt thеге. and it rтas bесoming
dangегous.
0
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еxсеpt
sinсе
both
yеt
2 a) Dеbrа уisitеd the соstle апd the
musеum, too.
b) Еvеryonе was on timе ехсеpt Jill.
с) I said it was laining but, in faсt,
it isn't!
d) Кarеn сouldn,t play tеnnis, sinсе
shе,d huтt hеr lеg.
е) In my йеw, smoking is bad for
you.
0 I atе thе сhoсolatе сakе as lгеll
as the applе piе.
g) Daniеl playеd in goal instеad of
his bтothет'
h) In сonсlusion, I,d likе to thank
thе hеad tеaсhеI,Ann Colеs.
1)с
5)d
9)a
ANsWЕ Rs
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
2 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
Г)
g)
h)
dесidittg g) thеil
swimming ht bеautiful
il rесеipt
photо
quеs t i o n i r bеgin n in g
kl psYсhiatrist
/
ll suссеssful
knort.n
phonе, rесеil'е,I
и.histlе, fiеld
suссеssfullr-.phr.siсs
knоrт, knifе
thiеf' lеаring
quеstion. listеning
bе8inning' \-1е1V
сo]umns. bеautlfullr.
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thiсkеning ht hooking
i) w-riting
gгipping
сhoosing
it improvtng
k) swimming
fl}-ing
1) riding
mаking
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br
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dr
е.
fr
.l Dеaт Bескr'-,
I.m soгrr.that I havеn,t W[ittеn to
.l-оuioт so long. I,m afraid I,vе bееn
r-еп'busv at sсhool, and I haven,t
had muсh timе fol Writing lеttетs.
Lаst lтееk I flnishеd my
ехaminаtions, so now I,m 8etting
rеаdy to go on holiday.
l lтas wondеring whеthет you would
likе to сomе to stay foI a few days?
You сan mееt my fтiеnds, and wе
сould all go swimming. Thе Wеather
is геally good now herе in ltaly, and
I,m suте you will еnioy youlself.
Bеst wishes,
Silvia
5 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
l)
g)
tomorrow
Wеdnеsday
advеrtisеmеnt
neighbour
through
gratеful
nесеssary
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h)
i)
j)
k)
1)
6 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
tA NGU A GE
P RA с т I с Е
disappointеd
wеathеr/whеther
remеmbеr
library
answеr
deBt
еxhibition
hiф
lnifе
lamb
psyсhologist
rесефt
what
yaсht
i)
k)
l)
m)
n)
o)
p)
q)
r)
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autumд
answеr
dauфtеr
half
light
salmon
wholе
would
writing
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е)7
i)8
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
b )1
D2
Stаre
pтaсtise
thorough
adЙсе
farе
a)3
е)3
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m)-
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f)
g)
h)
i)
i)
b )_
quitе
aloud
too
lattеr
loosе
с )3
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d )3
h)s
8)k)3
d) h) З
t\
n) o) 4 Dеaт Silvia,
Thanks for your lеttеr and your
invitation to Italyl I,vе nеvеr
travеllеd аbroad bеforе, and I,m
rеally looking forward to staying
with you and your family. I,vе
spokеn to my parеnts and they,vе
agreеd. They say thеy,rе golng to
phone soon to disсuss thе
allangеmеnts.
I,vе dесided to havе somе Italian
lеssons so that I сan praсtisе whеn ]
сome to Italy. I,d likе you to WIitе
somе simple sеntеnсes for me.
Plеasе note my new addrеss. We
movеd last weеk and now I,vе got a
muсh biggеr bedroom.
Bеst wishеs,
Bесky
a)
b)
с)
d)
e)
f)
vеgetаble
languagе
queue
rесеivе
peoplе
bеautiful
g)
h)
i)
i)
k)
l)
intеIesting
bisсuit
сеiling
differеnt
knowlеdgе
indеpеndent
a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
eфt
bеan
сheсk
flowет
wholе
musсlе
know
h)
i)
i)
k)
l)
m)
n)
nonе
piесе
pair
wтitе
rows
so
stair
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I a) hers
e) anlthing
b) to hеlp
f) spеnding
с )i n
фat
d) as
h) anything
2
I)b
2)d
3)d
4)a
5)с
6)b
7)a
s)d
9)с
10)b
11)b
\2)d
13) a
1 4 )c
1 5 )с
3 a) eхcеpt|eff
b) onе knows
с) thе twins,
d) rеfusеd to сaшy
е) rеly on
f) a friеnd of
8) bеgan/startеdsnowing
h) сlosing
4 1) ,/
7) bееn 13) thеy
2) thаt
8) got
\4) /
3) takе
9) /
15) havе
4) mе
10) for
16) with
5) it
11) oт
17) it
6) for
12) ft
5 a) for
i) forgotten
b) hеr
i) еvеn
с) of
k) somеthing
d) no onе/nobody l) Еitheг
е) begun/started
m) kept
f) hетs
n) saw
g) sееmed
o) Somеone
h) with
6 Dear Daйd,
It was grеat to hеar from you аftеr
so long. I еnioyеd hеaring all your
nеws. ] didn,t rеalizе that you'd
spеnt a yеar abroad. You must havе
had a rеally good timе in Glеeсе.
I,vе dесidеd to 8o thеIe nеxt
summеr. Pетhaps wе сould go
togеthеr.
I'vе had a fantastiс yеar at сollеgе.
The work is hardет than the woтk
we did at sсhool, but it,s moтe
intеIеsting. I,m studying Business
Administration and ComDutеr
Sсiеnсе at thе momеnt. I;vе аlso
made lots of nеw fтiеnds.
I,m thinking оf сoming to Bristol for
a fеw days to visit my sistеr. Would
you likе to mееt? You сould show
mе the sights and we сould talk
about our old sсhooldаys.
Why don,t you givе mе a ring and
we сould disсuss it' It would bе
wondеrful to sее you again.
Best wishеs,
Е1lеn
7a) Iпsteаd of
b) evетy singlе
с) in faсt
d) In сonсlusion
е) of my, minе
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c)
as well
yours
h) hеrsеlf
i) on, in
1) еven
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Т a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
uпiпtеrеstiпg
disadvantagе
unfortunately
impatiеnt
disappеars
unеmployеd
disagrее
misundеrstanding
2 a)
b)
с)
d)
ovеrslept
undеrwеar
ovеrсoat
outplayеd
З a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
ftiendship
fотеignеr
сhildhood
stеwardеss
tееnager
spoonful
nеighbourhood
handtul
maсhinеry
booklеt
4 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
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g)
h)
i)
i)
iпhаbitапts
boтеdom
building
aссommodation
rеfusal
aсtol
employее
imagination
сookеr
advеrtisеmеnt
5 a)
b)
с)
d)
e)
shorfuess
friеndlinеss
darknеss
lonеlinеss
tirеdnеss
0
g)
h)
i)
j)
6 a)
b)
с)
d)
heroiс
musiсal
homеless
mothеrly
е) dangеrous
f) foolish
$) rainy
rеWlitе
ovеrсookеd
renеw
underpaid
е)
f)
g)
h)
d)
е)
Г)
g)
unusuаIlу
surPrisinglY
Intеrеstingly
suссеssfully
bеautifully
thoтoughly
awtully
unsuссеssfully
unneсеssarily
obviously
4 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
uпсomfortаble
indepеndеnt
теusablе
disappointmеnt
rеlationship
unsеlfish
unhеalthy
unсontrollable
unshrinkablе
inеxpeтiеnсed
5 a)
b)
с)
d)
reсeipt
politiсian
dеpth
patiеnсе
е)
f)
g)
h)
Мarтiagе
appliсation
knowlеdgе
explanation
3 a) mеss
b) br еa t h
с) alone
d) diffеrеnсе
6 a)
b)
с)
d)
thе|t
bеliеf
suspiсion
lеngth
е)
f)
g)
h)
angry
bravеry
vanity
ability
4 a)
b)
с)
d)
а bird
a bat
lifе
aсuсumbег
5 a)
b)
с)
d)
lifе
soul
rтidе
round
6 at
bl
сi
di
е)
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Т a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
tired
disappointing
frightening
еmbarтassеd
borеd
l)
g)
h)
i)
j)
сonfusing
еxhausting
intеrеsted
suтprisеd
annoying
2 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
unlikеlу
shortagе
impossiblе
photography
usеful
t)
g)
h)
i)
j)
dislikе
slееpy
unusual
сhееrful
kindnеss
1 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
Hаve
do
havе
makе
givе
2a)4
d)1
c)6
Dт
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b)
с)
d)
e)
fl
g)
h)
f;
g)
h)
i)
i)
7 a1 ligh
b) sparе
с)rime
2 a)
b)
с)
d)
givе
takе
makе
do
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l)
m)
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o)
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g) Р€+fe€ttу
h) lаJ€€tу
i) c€€plу
i) stf€fl€lу
5 a) bаnk асcouflt
b) bargain priсе
с) spaсе shuttlе
havе
takе
givе
takе
makе
6
с)5
03
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proteсt,skiп
сlеar, spaсе
appеa1 sсreеn
rеtuтn, сall
rent, flat
flght, suvival
takе, minutе
сontrol, bеhaviour
a ф * p* i а ф
ь) p+оpеф
с) еeвр+etеrу
d) €{€а*Iу
е) rеаЩ
аfford to
likеlуto
haтd to
hopе to
tп' not to
tеaсh mе how to
s1owto
forgеt to
dеsignеd to
willing to
f)
g)
h)
i)
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thoгoughnеss
happinеss
sillinеss
thinnеss
siсknеss
sеa floor
studеnt loan
mеat dish
stomaсh achе
З a)
b)
с)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
nпdе
ha d
took
spеnt
dl раss 8) in
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fr оn
е) buгst hl pаid
[ r t o t d il сa u g h t
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a piсrure
г a in
housеs
timе
sound
dolrтt
thеn
il|l еL1rh llitl1t
a)
lпt'е
b)
с)
d)
е)
Г)
gеt rеad\.
takе a dаr- off
hal.е гun
ha\'е nothing to do
takе it еasv
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bl
с)
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2 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
footPаth
papеr сlip
shoelaсе
timеtab1е
е)
f)
g)
h)
haiтсut
sunglasses
hеadaсhе
lamp post
sсieпсеflсtioп
rvalking stiсk
sсhool rеport
alarm сloсk
air-сonditionin8
birthday PartY
сеntral hеating
washing maсhinе
3 a) bottle top
b) shop window
с) biсyсle pump
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d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
sсhool entlanсe
bathтoom mirrоr
television sсrееn
poсkеt monеy
door handlе
4 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
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g)
h)
i)
j)
hаirdiеr
dishwashеr
stain rеmovеt
firе еxtinguishеI
pеnсil sharpеnет
bottlе opеner
lawn moWеI
food mixer
water hеatеr
сoffее makеr
5 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
f)
g)
h)
dау-dreаmer
shopkееpеr
sunbathеr
babysittеr
wеightliftеr
flтe-fightеr
bank manager
holidaymaker
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f)
g)
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сash dеsk
сut priсе
bookshop
dеpaltment store
shop assistant
сredit сard
сarтiеr bag
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с)
d)
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unintеrеstеd
dishonеst
unfriеndly
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impolite
unhеlpful
inсonsideratе
unсo-opеrativе
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g)
h)
g) look
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сry
сhееr
shakе his hеad
whistlе
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stupid
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twin
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friеndship
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d) еngagеment
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h) dеath
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аdults
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foreignеr
stranger
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еxhaustеd
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fasсinating
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fanсy
fed up with
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lеt mе down
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h)
hеart
сonsсienсе
temper
hand
death
7 a ) grаndpаreпts f)
b) unсlе
g)
с) aunt
h)
d) stеpson
i)
е) sistеr-in-law i)
4a) disаppoiпted е)
b) annoyеd
f)
с) tеrrifiеd
g)
d) glad
h)
loпging for
b) sivе up
с) put me off
d) get on my
nеIvеs
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
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4a) аt home
b) stairs
с) wash-basin
d) сеiling
е) сook, сooker
bedroom
armсhair
wash-basin
dustbin
flowerbеd
mood
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voiсe
tеals
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сhеетful
сlеvет
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тelaxеd
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b) еmbarтassеdg) сhеетful
с) politе
h) bad-tеmщred
d) |azу
i) upsеt
e) sеnsible
i) neгvous
by сhеquе
rесеipt
сhangе
owe
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b)
с)
d)
е)
сultains
сarpеt
drawеr
sofa
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g)8 h)3
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b)
с)
d)
a)
b)
с)
d)
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h) outskirts
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toes
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sеasiсk
popular
rеlaxing
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reasonablе
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warm
opеn
6 a)
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с)
d)
е)
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brеakfast
walk
holiday
tiсkеt
f)
g)
h)
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stop
villagе
hostеl
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g)
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g)
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surgeon
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bаnilаge
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powеr failurе
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train strikе
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rod
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urban
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plауground
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h)
footpath
roadside
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сaтavan
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bungalow
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torvеr
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с)
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е)
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сoursе
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frozеn
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spoon
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сup
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grаpе
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applauded
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pеrfoтmеd
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с)
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2 a) prеsсription е) pаin
b) tеmpеraturе f) сhеmist,s
с) gеt ovет
8) flu
h) sorе throat
d) heal
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теsеrvatlon
сanсеllation
airport
takеoff
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b) dress
с) suit
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runway
f)
g)
dеparturе
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landing
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с)
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е)
squоre
сountrysidеf)
g)
bеaсh
ground
h)
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b)
с)
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е)
stаtioп
junсtion
hall
bloсk
сrossing
f)
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footpath
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part
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plum
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сhop
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f) tip
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b) somе
с)a
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8)a
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g)
somе
lеttuсе
broссoli
сauliflowет
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lееk
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mushтoom
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n)
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h)
wееds, сrops
Йllage, town
fеnсе, hеdgе
faгm, сottagе
f)
g)
h)
i,1
j)
wagеs
aloud
appliсation
еains
offiсе
Voсabulary19
2 a) heаrt
b) phonе
с) pтaсtiсe
d) work
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fl
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h)
rulеs
date
time
businеss
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сell phoпе
pеtrol
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tyre
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с)
d)
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takе
gеt
keеp
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f)
g)
h)
piсk
writе
hand
stand
4 a)
b)
с,)
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suссessful
qualifiсations
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с)
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е)
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g)
аnsweriпgmасhine
mobilе phone
sеwing maсhinе
vaсuum сlеaner
сamетa
dishwasher
photoсopier
3 a)
b)
с)
d)
ring
blow
wеar
brеak
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b)
с)
d)
e)
weаthет
lightning
fog
showеr
sеason
f)
g)
h)
i)
i)
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storm
сool
soakеd
snow
2 a)
b)
с)
d)
е)
swаn
goat
сгab
buttеrfly
lizaтd
fl
g)
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i)
3 a)
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с)
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brаnсh
bеrгy
гoot
lеaf
e)
f)
g)
h)
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light
naits
plumbеr
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f) сut
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h) 8o
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hook
tablесloth
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h)
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broom
doormat
firеplaсе
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с)
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e)
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gown
mirror
table
slippеrs
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g)
h)
i)
j)
toothpastе
alarm
towеl
pillow
hangеr
5 a)
b)
с)
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g)
h)
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lamp post
pavement
hеdge
gate
kеrb
strеet sign
subway
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j)
offiсеr
paintеr
сashiеr
waiter
postman
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с)
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guidе
plumbеr
photogгapher
dentist
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j)
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eleitтiсian
optiсian
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hairdrеssеr
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toothbrush
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h)
frying pan
saw
gun
сеllo
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membo
partnеr
flatmatе
guest
host
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g)
h)
i)
еmployее
supporter
tеam-matе
assistant
mosquito
rabbil
giraffе
spidет
puppy
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с)
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hаndle
battery
soсket
switсh
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f)
8)
h)
kеy
loсk
plug
wirе
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е)
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misеr
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favouritе
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h)
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bark
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tin-opеner
lawnmowеr
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hairdriеr
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i)
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е)
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soсiety
staff
quеuе
сrowd
f)
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group
audiеnсе
team
сast
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с)
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e)
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politiсian
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с)
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pеnknifе
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с) сorrесtion
fluid
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e) еnvеlopе
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h)
i)
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