1 Complete the text with the verbs in bracketsin the Past Simple, the Past Continuous
Perfect.Last Saturday, Maria went with three friends to thecinema. She arrived first and
(decide) to buy somepopcorn. She
(look) in her bag for her moneywhen she
(realise) that she
(leave) herpurse at home. Her friends met her as she
(walk)back home. Fortunately, one of them
(lend) hersome money. By the time they got into the cinema, thefilm
(start) and they
(miss) the first sceneso they never
(find out) why all the people in thevillage were extremely tall and
(have) green hair.
Put the verbs in brackets in the Past Perfectand put the adverbs in the correct position inthe sentences.
1 She was so upset because he (write/never) toher.2 She knew the town well because she (stay/often)there with her parents when she was a child.3 (she steal/ever) any money before?4 They (live/always) in the country before movingto Chicago in 1990.5 He (not tell/already) you the news, had he?
3 Complete the table with the affirmative,negative and question forms of
Affirmative Negative Question
helike westerns, like musicals, like war films?
theyto the cinema go to the go dancing atevery week. theatre. the weekend?(Score 5)
4 Cross out
in sentences where it is notappropriate.
1 My father used to /would work as a bus driver.2 My grandparents used to / would visit us at theweekend.3 They used to / would give me some pocket money.4 We used to / would live in a flat in London.5 I used to / would buy my favourite sweets every
5 Complete the sentences with
andthe appropriate form of the verb.
1 He (write) his book ten years before the filmwas made.2 Ann (look after) her sister in the evenings whileher mother was at work.3 Paul wasn't at work when I phoned because he(go) home early.4 When Clare was younger, she (dance) all night.5 His friends phoned the lawyer immediately after thepolice (arrest) him.(Score 5)
6 Circle the most
1 She's an incredibly / absolutely wealthy woman. Theysay she's a multi-millionaire.2 What´s the matter with Sue? She doesn't lookquite / very happy.3 His acting was superb - he was completely / ratherconvincing in his role.4 I think she drives a bit / extremely too fast.5 The story is about a totally / really poor family in the1930s.(Score 5)7 Complete the multi-part
Lynda when he saw her in the collegeproduction of
Romeo and Juliet.
She's a really niceperson as well as being very pretty so it was easy to seewhat he saw
her. She went
him a fewtimes but then she broke
him. She said hehad fallen
love Juliet, not with her!(Score 5)
8 Circle the most
By the time / After Pete and Sue left the party, thelast bus had gone,
then / so they derided to walkhome. They were crossing the High Street
when / whilethere was a power cut. All the lights in the streets andshops went out.
Luckily / Just then. Sue had a torch.They had almost reached their flat when the lights
immediately / suddenly came on again.(Score 5)
9 Complete the sentences with these words.
is one extra word.
actor, historical, part, situation, plot, scenesIn the film
Russell Crow plays the
.... of the gladiator. The
is based on the truestory of a Roman soldier. The
of old Rome areamazing. If you like
films, you'll enjoy
Total score: 50
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