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HAVE GOT

1 Complete the chart with the personal pronouns below.


I we he they it you she
Have got

Has got

Complete the sentences according to the picture. Use the correct form of
have got.
Hilary

Donna

Joey

Jack

Mike
Lee

has got
hasnt got
1. Lee
a book. She
a
computer.

2. Joey and Jack pencils. They


pens.
3. Mike a hat. He a
schoolbag.
4. Donna and Hilary a postcard. They
a notebook.

Write the words in the correct order to make questions. Then answer the
questions.
Make the answers true for you.
1. got / a brother / you / have
Have you got a brother?
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Yes, I have. / No, I havent.
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2. your friend / a pencil collection / has / got


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3. your teacher / got / has / three children
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4. a pet / have / got / you
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PRESENT SIMPLE
4

Complete the chart with the verbs below.


eat study go walk do carry wash play try sit watch cry
-s

-es

-ies

eats

Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the correct form
of the Present Simple.
watch
1. The children
(watch) TV every afternoon.

2. The Indian python (not live) in the ocean.


3. Jack and Lee (not go) to the zoo at the weekend.
4. Tigers often (weigh) 300 kilos.
5. The giant panda (live) up to 20 years.
6. My parents (not want) a pet in the house.

Circle the correct answers.


1. Jill go / goes to school early.
2. My parents work / works at home.
3. Dave get up / gets up at seven oclock.
4. I study / studies English at school.
5. Dave and Andrea meet / meets every Wednesday.

Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
Use the Present Simple affirmative.
1. I (watch) TV every night.
watch

2. Tom (do) his homework in the evening.


3. Donna and Tarik (send) e-mails every day.
4. Sally (clean) her room on Fridays.
5. My sister (go) to bed at twelve oclock.

Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the correct form
of the Present Simple.
watch
1. The children
(watch) TV every afternoon.

2. The Indian python (not live) in the ocean.


3. Jack and Lee (not go) to the zoo at the weekend.
4. Tigers often (weigh) 300 kilos.
5. The giant panda (live) up to 20 years.
6. My parents (not want) a pet in the house.

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

Circle the correct answers.


1. The students in Year 9 are studying / is studying French now.
2. Meg are sweeping / is sweeping the kitchen floor now.
3. I are not watching / am not watching TV at the moment.
4. Sid and I am playing / are playing a computer game right now.

10 Look at the pictures. Then complete the sentences with the verbs in
brackets.
Use the Present Continuous affirmative or negative.
1
is sitting
The cat
(sit) on the sofa right now.
2

The girl
(cook) dinner now.
3

The boys
(play) a computer game now.
4

The man and woman


(read)
books at the moment.

11 Complete the questions with the verbs in brackets. Use the Present
Continuous.

Is

sleeping

1. Michael (sleep) right now?


2. you (study) for a test?
3. your friends (meet) you here?
4. Sue (have) breakfast right now?
5. we (chat) with Lisa at the moment?

COUNTABLE / UNCOUNTABLE

Complete the chart.


Singular

Plural

1. a nut

some nuts

2. . egg
3. . potato
4. . sandwich
5. . onion

Circle the correct answers.


1. There arent any / a bananas.
2. There is a / an egg.
3. There isnt any / some chocolate.
4. There is any / some milk.
5. There is an / a sandwich.
6. There are some / any nuts.

Complete the sentences with There is or There are.


1.
some eggs.
There are
2. some orange juice.
3. some milk.
4. some potatoes.
5. some bread.

MODALS
1

Complete the sentences with can, cant, must or mustnt.


1. Children go to school.
must

2. Babies read books.


3. We be late for school.
4. A tiger run fast.
5. you play tennis?
6. You say bad things about your brother.

well

PAST SIMPLE

Circle the correct answers.


1. Sue and Mark were / was at the shopping centre yesterday.
2. I wasnt / werent at the sports centre on Wednesday.
3. The restaurant was great. We were / was very happy.
4. Mark and I werent / wasnt in the same class last year.
5. The party was / were on Saturday.

Complete the sentences with was, wasnt, were or werent.


Make the sentences true for you.
1. I at the cinema last night.
2. My parents angry yesterday morning.
3. My friend and I at the sports centre last week.
4. My friend at the library yesterday.
5. I in England last year.

Write questions with Was or Were and the words below.


1. Lisa / at the hospital / an hour ago
Was
Lisa at the hospital an hour ago?
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2. Nina and Debby / at the music shop / an hour ago


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3. Peter / at the library / an hour ago
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4. Mr and Mrs Davis / at the bookshop / an hour ago
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5. David and Adam / at the cinema / an hour ago
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Complete the charts with the verbs below.


study shop carry like hate jump plan want
talk talked
jumped

cry cried

live lived

stop stopped

Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the Past Simple
affirmative.
watched

1. I (watch) a great film yesterday.


2. On Saturday, she (plan) a party.
3. They (dance) at the party.
4. Last night, you (cry).
5. Mark (chat) on the Internet yesterday morning.

Write sentences with the words below. Use the Past Simple affirmative.
1. I / buy / a red skirt / a week ago
I bought a red skirt a week ago.
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2. Sally / wear / a beautiful scarf / yesterday


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3. He / write / a new book / a month ago
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4. We / see / Cindy / last night
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5. They / go / to the beach / on Saturday
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BE GOING TO
1

Circle the correct answers.


1. Lisa and Jay ... tennis on Saturday.
a. am going to play
c. are going to play
b. is going to play
2. Max ... a new bicycle next week.
a. am going to buy
c. is going to buy
b. are going to buy
3. We ... a new house next year.
a. am going to build
c. are going to build
b. is going to build
4. I ... to China next week.
a. am going to fly
b. is going to fly

c. are going to fly

5. You ... at the shopping centre in an hour.


a. am going to be
c. is going to be
b. are going to be

What are the people going to do tomorrow? Write sentences according to


the pictures below. Use the affirmative or negative form of be going to.

1. We / take / the bus


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We arent going to take the bus.

2. Sandra / study
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3. Melissa / see / a film


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4. We / drive / a jeep
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5. Alex / ride / his scooter


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