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1. Read these newspaper cuttings and speculate on what may happen in future.

Use
may / might / could + well/ conceivably / possibly UNIT 20
1.1. Scientists have developed a soya- based fuel for cars, which may one day replace Mark -3
petrol.
1.2. A hurricane is approaching the south east coast of Mexico.
1.3. The president, now 78, has been unwell for some time.

2. In which of these sentence is it possible to use can (put Yes/ No at the end of the
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sentence)
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2.1. ‘She probably on holiday ’’Yes, you ________ be right’.
2.2. I think Michel _____ enjoy himself if he joins the football club.
2.3. With the factory closing next week, he _______ lose his job.

3. Complete the sentence with will, would or used to UNIT 19


3.1. Business people ___________ watch what their competitors are doing with great Mark -3
interest.
3.2. The country now known as Myanmar ________ be called Burma.
3.3. When the whether was good , we ___________ go walking in the hills every
weekend.

4. Correct the sentence if necessary or put tick


4.1. The moment I asked Steve , he would agree to lend me the car for the day. UNIT 18
4.2. Yesterday he would make me sandwiches and would bring me a cup of tea. Mark -3
4.3. Before he moved to London, Thomas would meet me everyday after work.

5. Complete the sentences with should / ought to + infinitive (or a passive form) or
should/ ought to have + past participle using one of these verbs UNIT 17
Check, Include, Keep, Listen, Meet, Plan, Refrigerate, Stay Mark -3
5.1. You _________________ my reply by now.
5.2. I think you ______________________ to him. He knew what he was talking
about.
5.3. To have got a better mark, you ___________ your answer most thoroughly.

6. Correct the Underline Verbs or put a tick if correct.


6.1. Where were you? I thought you were going to wait for me. UNIT 16
6.2. The council has announced that the housing state is to be demolished. Mark -3
6.3. I was about to report him missing , when he walked through the door.
7. Comple the sentence with either the future perfect or the future perfect continuous for
each situation. UNIT 15
7.1. Where were you? I thought you were going to wait for me. Mark -3
7.2. The council has announced that the housing state is to be demolished.
7.3. I was about to report him missing , when he walked through the door.
8. Write about people’s plan in a polite way. Use Will you be –ing…?
8.1 You want to use the computer. David is using it now. UNIT 14
8.2 You want something from the supermarket. Ann is just leaving the house. Mark -3
8.3 You want to buy Jack’s car but You don’t know whether he plans to sell it.
9.These sentences refer to the future. Correct them where necessary (with either present UNIT 12
continuous or going to) or put √ if they are already correct. Mark -3
9.1 Unless aid arrives within the next few days, thousand are starving.
9.2 It’s not a deep cut, but it’s leaving a scar.
9.3 Nina is going to go to Switzerland next week on business.
10. Which of the verbs is correct or more appropriate? Underline on or both. UNIT 13
10.1 Tonight I’m going to check that Susan does/will do her homework correctly. Mark -3
10.2 Jim just phoned. He says that he is/will be with us tonight.
10.3 It says in the programme that the concert finishes/will finish at 10.20
11. Choose will (‘ll) or (be) going to, whichever is correct or more likeky, and one of
these verbs. enter leave paint see walk show
11.1 Don’t sit on that bench, I …………………………. It. UNIT 11
11.2 ‘ The 2.35 to Bristol ………………………... from platform 5.’ Mark -3
(Announcement at the station)
11.3 Do you like my new solar watch? Here, I …………………. You how it
works.
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12.Complete the sentences with appropriate verbs. Use the past perfect continuous or the Mark -0
past perfect.
12.1 She …………………… for jobs, without success, since leaving university.
12.2 He …………………….. all the way from New York to see me.
12.3 He ………………….. finally …………………… his way up from the shop
floor to a management position.

13.Complete the sentences with appropriate verbs. Use the present perfect or the past UNIT 05
simple. Mark -3
13.1 We …………………….. $ 200 on food this month already.
13.2 I ………………………… really hard this morning. Another two shelves to
put up and then I think I will have lunch.
13.3 A great deal………………… since I spoke to you.

14.Here are some parts of the newspaper article. Study the underlined verbs. Correct UNIT 04
them if necessary or put a √ mark. Mark -4

New cycle routes (1) have been built in and around the enter of Birmingham and speed
limits (2) have been reduced on selected roads… The scheme (3) was now in operation
for a year and (4) has been hailed as a great success. The success of the scheme (5) has
led to proposal for similar schemes in other cities.

15.Complete the sentences with appropriate verbs either present perfect or past simple for
these sentences.
Agree, Appear, Continue, Disappear, Move, Reach, Show, Solve, Write
15.1 Research ……………… that cycling can help patients overcome their
illness. UNIT 03
15.2 The Rabbit just ……………………. In my garden one day last week. Mark -4
15.3 When he was 13, his parents …………………. to the United states.
15.4 Oh no! My car …………………………….!

16. How might you report the news in these headlines using the phrases given?

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Example: I see that Queen’s going to visit India next spring.

16.1 I understand…………………………………………..
16.2 I gather ………………………………………………..
16.3 It says here …………………………………………..

17. Complete the sentences with appropriate verbs either present continuous or present
simple for these sentences.
17.1 “ Shall I phone at 6.00” “ No, we normally ……………………… dinner at
that time. ” (cook)
17.2 Alice …………………………. her mother in London most weekends. (see)
17.3 We usually ……………………… up at 7.00 . Couldn’t you come an hour
later.?(Get Up)

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Test 2
01.Write past simple passive sentence beginning with There … from the notes, as in 1. If
no passive sentence with there … is possible, write a sentence with It … that…..
Example :
30,000 people at the concert / report  There were reported to be 30,000 people
at the concert.
01.1 half a million refugees in the camp/ estimate
01.2 The President would make a statement later / expect UNIT 32
01.3 connection between the disease and eating fish / show Mark -4
01.4 over 100 winners in the competition / say

02.Make a passive sentence beginning with the underline word(s). Does the sentence you
have a corresponding meaning to the original, or a different meaning?
02.The Japanese visitors struggled to understand James.
02.2 The questions appeared to confuse David. UNIT 31
02.3 The teacher tented to ignore the girls at the front. Mark -4
02.4 Lesley refused to congratulate Tim.

03.Here is the beginning of a report of an experiment. Rewrite it, putting all verbs in
passive where appropriate and making any other necessary changes.

I conducted the test in the school library to minimize noise. I took the children out of
their normal lesions and I tested them in group of fours. I carried out all the tests in
January 1996. The test consisted of two components. First, I showed the children a design
(I presented these in chapter 3) and I asked then to describe what they saw. I tape
recorded all their answers. I then gave them a set of anagrams (words with jumbled UNIT 30
letters) which I instructed them to solve in as short a time as possible. I remained in the Mark -5
room while the children did this…..
Test………..

04.Make a passive sentence


04.1When I was young my aunt and uncle looked after me. When I was young…..
04.2 The surgeons operated on him for nearly 12 hours. He……. UNIT 29
04.3 All relatives approved of his decision. Mark -3

05.Complete these sentences with a form of do or make and any appropriate noun
05.1 While she was skiing she hit a tree and …………… herself a serious ……………
05.2 She was filling unwell at the party , so she ………….a(n) ………………..and left.
05.3 I tried to dissuade her form leaving her job. But it ……… any ………………. She
handed in her registration the next day.
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06.Complete these sentences with an appropriate form of have or take and one of these
nouns. If either verb is possible, write with both.

Care , a dislike , an effect, a fall, a holiday, a look , power, a say, a sip, a stroll, a word
06.1 I ……….. to Cathy’s new boyfriend the moment I met him.
06.2 Can you ……… of peter on Saturday while I go shopping? UNIT 27
06.3 If you are thinking of buying the house, come and ……………. around . Mark -3

07.Complete these sentences with went or turned (into) and one of the following words or
phrases. If either verb is possible, give them both.
Bald, black , dead, a film, forty, missing, white, wild UNIT 26
07.1 Just like his father , he ………………………. before he was thirty. Mark -3
07.2 Her last novel, The Inner Limits, is to be ………………………
07.3 When we broke the news to Val, her face …….. and she collapsed.

08.Write was(n’t) / were (n’t) allowed to or could(n’t). If either is possible, write them
both.
08.1 I ………… visit mark in prison, but I …………….. send him letters and parcels.
08.2 The older girls…………………… were lipstick.
08.3 Before the meeting finished, I ………………….. give my side of the story. UNIT 25
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09.Complete the sentence with either needn’t have or didn’t need to followed by an
appropriate verb. UNIT 24
09.1 I …………………… an interview. They accepted me without one. Mark -3
09.2 I got a lift to the station, so I …………………… a taxi after all.
09.3 She was filling a lot better by the weekend , so we ………………….. he shopping
for her.

09.Write a new sentence with a similar meaning. Use have / has got to where it is
possible or preferable; otherwise use have/ has to. UNIT 23
09.1 Is it important for us to get up early tomorrow afternoon? Mark -3
09.2 Is it rarely necessary to tell Mary anything twice?
09.3 It was not necessary for her to take time off work when her son was ill.

10.Choose can/ could/ be able to (or negative forms) to complete these sentences. If two
answers are possible write them both and underline the more likely one. UNIT 22
10.1 Is it important for us to get up early tomorrow afternoon? Mark -3
10.2 Is it rarely necessary to tell Mary anything twice?
10.3 It was not necessary for her to take time off work when her son was ill.