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Grammar A

1. Circle the correct words.


A: (1) What are / Where is / Who's that?
B: It's Martha. She's (2) James / James' / Jame's sister. And that (3) am / is / are her
husband, Bob.
A: (4) What's / Where's / Who's he from?
B: I think Bob's from Melbourne.
A: (5) What's / Where's / Who are that?
B: (6) He's / I'm / It's in Australia. (7) Bob / Bob's / Bobs' family is from there. Martha
and James (8) am / are / is British. (9) Martha / Martha's / Marthas' mother is from
London. Their (10) father / father's / fathers' name is John.
Grammar B
2. Complete the sentences with the following words.
Bill's, Bob, brothers', how, how old, is, she's, sister's, where, who
A: (1) ________________ is your teacher from?
B: Brazil.
A: (2) ________________ is a famous person from Brazil?
B: Pel. He's my two (3) ________________ favorite soccer player. My (4)
________________ favorite player is David Beckham.
A: (5) ________________ is your sister?
B: She's 14.
A: And (6) ________________ old are your brothers?
B: (7) ________________ is 16 and Bill (8) ________________ 18. (9)
________________ girlfriend is French. (10) ________________from Paris.
Reading
3. Read the article and answer the questions.
Marilyn Everett and her family are interesting. She's a doctor and her husband, Max, is
a writer. Her parents are American, but she is a citizen of three countries: England, the
United States, and France. Max is Australian, but he is also a citizen of Canada because
his parents are Canadian. Their three daughters are Angela, Betty, and Charlene.
Charlene is also Marilyn's mother's name. Betty is her sister's name, and Angela is
Max's grandmother's name. Their home is in Berlin, Germany.
1 Where is Max from? ________________________________
2 Is Marilyn's mother American? ________________________________
3 Who are Angela, Betty, and Charlene? ________________________________
4 What is Max's grandmother's name? ________________________________
5 Where is their home? ________________________________
4. Read the article and circle the correct answers.
Oliver Anderson and his family are interesting. He's a writer and his wife, Henrietta, is a
teacher. Oliver's father is Chinese and his mother is American. Oliver is a citizen of the
United States and the United Kingdom. Henrietta is German, but her mother is French
and her father is from Egypt. Their two children are American, British, German, and
French. Their names are Otto and Rita. Otto is Henrietta's father's name and Rita is
Oliver's mother's name.

Oliver is (1) a doctor / a teacher / a writer.


(2) Henrietta / Oliver / Otto is a citizen of four countries.
Rita's grandmother's name is (3) Henrietta / Otto / Rita.
Oliver's father is (4) American / British / Chinese.
Henrietta is from (5) France / German / Germany.
Writing
5. Write a description of your family.
What are their names? Where are they from? What are their nationalities? How old are
they?
My family is very interesting.
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Grammar A
1. Write the words in the correct order.
1 a / Does / have / job / sister / your / ?
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2 at / she / the / university / works / Yes, / .
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3 a / as / She / teacher / works / .
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4 Does / early / she / start / work / ?
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5 doesnt / late / she / work / Yes, but / .
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6 at / classes / end / Her / oclock / two / .
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7 at / Do / study / the / university / you / ?
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8 classes / do. / I / I / like / my / Yes, / .
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9 classes / Do / have / on / weekends / you / ?
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10 dont. / Friday / Monday / No, / study / to / we / We / .
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Grammar B
2. Complete the conversation with the correct form of the verbs.
A: (1) ___________ you___________ (have) a job?
B: Yes, I do. I (2) ___________ (work) in a hotel.
A: (3) ___________ you ___________ (work) as a receptionist?
B: Yes. Peter (4) ___________ (work) at the same hotel. We (5) ___________ (start)

work early and we (6) ___________ (finish) at three in the afternoon.


A: (7) ___________ Peter ___________ (like) his job?
B: No, he (8) ___________ (not, like) it. He (9) ___________(study) engineering at the
university. He (10) ___________ (like) his studies.
Reading
3. Read the text and write the missing names.
This is Robert Kent. He is president of a computer service company, but he works from
home. He answers the phone and helps people with computer problems. I think my job
is great! he says. I don't drive to work and I don't have an office. My home is my
office.
Angela Bennett is a teacher, but she doesn't have a class now. She has a new baby and
she works from home. She's a home tutor. She communicates with her students on the
Internet. She helps them with their problems. This is a great opportunity for me. I can
be with my baby and teach students too.
1 ___________ has a new baby.
2 ___________ doesn't have an office.
3 ___________ likes to teach.
4 ___________ uses the Internet.
5 ___________ talks on the phone.
4. Read the text and circle the correct words.
Meet Lois Anderson. She is a virtual assistant. She helps companies. She gives them
administrative help, but she doesn't go to the office. She works from her house. She
writes reports, answers e-mails, and writes letters. This is a wonderful opportunity. I
have three children and I can be at home with them.
This is Peter Smith. He speaks five languages: English, Spanish, French, German, and
Japanese. He works as a translator, but he doesn't want to work in an office. He works at
home. He translates letters and documents. Working from home is perfect for me.
1 Lois / Peter can speak many languages.
2 Lois / Peter has children.
3 Peter translates / writes letters.
4 Lois is a translator / virtual assistant.
5 Lois and Peter don't work / work in an office.