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Choose the most appropriate answer.

1. I went to the library yesterday.


I didn't either

Neither did I

2. I didn't like that book.


I didn't either

So did I

So did I

Nor am I

4. You haven't finished your work.


Neither had

So did

you.

So had

So have

Neither were

So will

neither is

So won't

we.

Neither weren't

8. Melissa is disappointed, and


neither does

Helena.

Neither will

7. They weren't happy about it.

Neither haven't

I.

6. Sophia won't come to the party.


Either won't

So am I

Neither have

5. I've seen this movie before.


So do

So I did

Neither am I

Neither did

So was I

Neither have I

3. I'm extremely tired.


I'm either

So were

Mark.
so does

9. Anton doesn't want to go there, and

so is

Maria.

So weren't

doesn't either

neither does

so does

10. Ann never borrows money, and Tom


doesn't either

does too

so doesn't

neither does

so does

Choose the most appropriate answer.


1. Green tea

in China, India, and other countries.

is produced

was produced

2. The play Romeo and Juliet


is written
3. Paper

had been produced

will be produced

by Shakespeare.

has been written

was written

had been written

from wood pulp.

is made

has been made

was made

4. Call the ambulance! Three people


are injured
5. This church
is built
6. The compass
is used

are being injured

had been made

in a car accident.
have been injured

in the 15th century.


has been built

was built

had been built

since the 12th century.


has been used

was used

had been used

7. I had to wait in the hotel lobby while my hotel room


has been cleaned
8. This problem

had been injured

was cleaned

was being cleaned

had been cleaned

by our specialists at the moment. We hope to find a solution soon.

is discussed

is being discussed

has been discussed

9. By the time I came back, the work on the report


has been finished
10. The other two reports
are typed

had been finished

will have been discussed

will be finished

one of these days.

have been typed

were typed

will be typed

Choose the proper response:


1. He doesn't like ________________ one of those bands.
either
neither
nor

2. I hate that song, and my sister hates it ________________ .


neither
too
either

3. Neither my brother ________________ my mother knows about this.


nor
neither
or

4. He didn't come to the party, and his brother didn't come ________________.
neither
nor
either

5. ________________ (one) of the girls knows how to dance. ( = Both girls are bad
dancers)
Either
Neither
Nor

6. He ________________ has a cat or a dog. I can't remember.


neither
too
either

7. Neither my brother ________________ ready to go.


nor his friends are
nor his friends is
or his friends is

8. He was not angry, ________________ did he insult me. ( = he didn't insult me


either)
nor
neither
either

9. I'm thinking of traveling to either Argentina ________________ Brazil.


either
or
nor

10. I'm not a big fan of that writer, and ________________ is my father.
too

either
neither

Find the best answer.


1) I'd like you to meet my husband.
a. All right.
b. I'm pleased to meet you.
c. Hello.
2) Would you like to come to dinner next Friday?
a. I'm afraid, I can't.
b. Unfortunately not.
c. Certainly not.
3) Thank you very much for all your trouble.
a. No matter.
b. Don't mention it.
c. It's not worth it.
4) Could you tell me the way to the station, please?
a. Yes, I could.
b. Yes.
c. Yes, of course.
5) My name is Sue. How do you do?
a. How do you do?
b. I'm fine, thank you.
c. All right.
6) May I open the window?
a. I'd rather you didn't.
b. Not at all.
c. No.
7) Give my love to your grandma.
a. Yes, sure.
b. Yes, I will. Thank you.
c. Yes, please.
8) I think you've taken my bag by mistake.
a. What a shame.
b. Pardon.
c. I'm so sorry.
9) Happy New Year.
a. OK.
b. The same to you.
c. Yours too.
10) Lovely day today, isn't it?
a. Yes, it is.
b. Yes, it's so.
c. Yes, of course.

Verb

Noun

use
stream
transformation

harm
stimulation
give
promote
advertisement
simplify
agreement

Find out the correct part of speech of the following underlined words. Write the underlined
words into the correct column:
1. Steve can play the trumpet.
2. Do you like dogs?
3. They listen to music every day.
4. She is an old lady.
5. The group went climbing in the mountains.
6. This is a fast car.
7. He did well in the test.
8. My father drives carefully.
9. Has your father ever been to Australia?
10. The play was fantastic.
Adjective

Verb

Auxiliary

Noun

Adverb

Put in the correct form of the verb in Passive into the gaps. Use the verb and the tense given in
brackets.

Toggle example

1) The words
2) We

by the teacher today. (to explain - Simple Present)


a letter the day before yesterday. (to send - Simple Past)

3) This car

. It's too old. (not/to steal - will-future)

4) This street

because of snow. (already/to close - Present Perfect)

5) A new restaurant
6) He

next week. (to open - will-future)


to the party yesterday. (to invite - Simple Past)

7) The blue box


8) I

. (can/not/to see - Simple Present)


the book by my friend last Sunday. (to give - Simple Past)

9) The dishes
10) I

by my little brother. (not/to wash - Present Perfect)


by Robert. (not/to ask - will-future)

Your Test
A) Rewrite the sentences in Passive voice.
Example: The students wrote letters.
Letters were written by the students.
1) The mechanic repairs cars.

2) Our dog did not bite the cat.

3) The girls can play handball.

4) Frank takes photos.

B) Rewrite the sentences in Active voice.


Example: Letters were written by the students.
The students wrote letters.
1) The exercise is completed by the teacher.

2) This book was written by an Irishman.

3) The telephone was invented by Alexander Graham Bell.

4) The computer is used by Patrick.

C) Make correct passive forms. Mind the tenses in brackets.


Example: the car - to produce (Simple Present)
the car is produced
1) English - to speak (Simple Present)

2) a prize - to win (Simple Past)

3) skateboards - to ride (Simple Past)

4) computer games - to buy (Simple Present)

D) Are the sentences written in Active or Passive voice?


1) Lots of houses were destroyed.
Active voice
Passive voice

2) He lost his keys yesterday.


Active voice
Passive voice

3) They often read e-mails.


Active voice
Passive voice

4) They are listening to their music.


Active voice
Passive voice