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MISCELLANEOUS GRAMMAR

EXERCISES
1. Choose the most appropriate tense form to complete each
sentence:
a. Rachel always

a lot about everything.

b. Why

me yesterday?

c. Which book

at the moment?

d. Yuk! These bananas


e. John
f. I

to Sam when I saw him.


the internet at 10:30 last night.

g. Janes not here. She


h. I

very good.

to Paris for the weekend.

my friends yet. I hope to meet them tomorrow.

i. My parents

for 26 years. They celebrate their

anniversary next week.


j. If they

, theyll miss the film.

k. He cant come to the cinema tonight. He


l. If it
m. My mum
n. Coca-Cola

his aunt.

so hot, wed play outside.


her job if she won the lottery.
by John Pemberton.

2. Match the questions to the most appropriate answers:


a. When was your little sister born?

- It doesn't go all the

way.
b. What's the matter with you?

- Yes I did

c. What does your best friend look like?

- I'd go to discos.

d. Who's the youngest in your family?

- on September 3rd

e. Have you ever failed an English test?

- my brother John

f. Did you use to bite your nails when you were young?
g. What would you do if you were 18?

- No, I haven't
- He's got fair hair

and is quite handsome.


h. Does this bus go to the British Museum?

- I've got a terrible

headache.
3. Change the sentences below into AFFIRMATIVE, NEGATIVE or
INTERROGATIVE:
A. I met a film star in the street last year.
(-)
B. My sister has been to England twice this year.
(?)
C. I didn't get his reply straight away.

(+)
D. My dad used to go to my local primary school.
(-)
E. Are you going to stay in bed tomorrow?
(+)
F. The weather will be good next week.
(-)