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garmmar

1st clss.
present continuous
ten.
structure
verb+ing
Example
I am reading a book
they playing foot ball
he is watering the
plant

Activities
Choose the correct present progressive form.

1. Look! Andy (to work)……….. in the


garden.
2. I (to watch)………………. TV at the moment.
3. We (to read)…………. a book.
4. She (to play)…………….. the piano.
5. Listen! Sue and John……….. (to sing).
6. My sister (to clean)………… the
bathroom.
7. Look! They (to go)…………… inside.
8. I (to wait)……………. in the car now.
9. Mrs. Miller (to listen)……………… to
CDs.
10. We (to speak)…………….English at the moment.
11. His brother (to write)………. a test at the moment.
12. They (to swim)………….. in the pool.
13. Look! David and Max (to come)………… home.
14. My dog Charlie (to go)…………… to the park.
15. I ( to make)………………… breakfast
now.

Fill in the blanks with the present continuous tense of the verbs
1. It __________ outside. (Rain)
2. Ravi __________ to his friend. (Talk)
3. He __________ tennis there. (Play)
4. They __________ noise in the class. (Always)
5. I __________ my doctor tonight. (Visit)
6. We __________ the door. (Close)
7. Sita __________ in the library. (Study)
8. She __________ a sweater for her son. (Knit)
9. The plane __________ at 5 o’clock tomorrow. (Leave)
10. You __________ in the class. (Always speak)
11. We __________ for Mumbai on Sunday. (Leave)
12. My class __________ now. (Run).
13. Someone __________ at the door. (Knock)
14. He __________ for you in the office. (Wait)
15. The dog __________ at the gate (bark)

Rewrite the sentences using the negative forms.

1. We are playing a game……………………………


2. I'm drawing a picture……………………………...
3. He is making pizza right now……………………..
4. Susan and her brother are taking photos…………..
5. Dad is working in the kitchen……………………..

3rd clas
countable &uncountable
use of
some
many
much
any
Example:
Carla has so many friends."
"She has as many friends as Sue."
"Kevin has too much money."

Interrogative
How many books are there?
How much money have you got?
Negative
There aren't many.
I haven't got much.

Affirmative
There are a lot.
There are a lot of
books.
There are lots of books.
There are many books (formal)
I've got a lot.
I've got a lot of
money.
I've got lots of money.
I have got much money (formal)

Decide whether these nouns are countable (C) or uncountable (U)

1. The children are playing in the garden.


2. I don't like milk.
3. I prefer tea. Uncountable
4. Scientists say that the environment is threatened by pollution
5. My mother uses butter to prepare cakes.
6. There are a lot of windows in our classroom.
7. We need some glue to fix this vase.
8. The waiters in this restaurant are very professional.
9. My father drinks two big glasses of water every morning.
10. The bread my mother prepares is delicious.
11. Drivers must be careful; the road is slippery.
12. Some policemen are organizing road traffic to avoid any accidents.
13. I bought three bottles of mineral water for our picnic.
14. I'd like some juice please!
15. Successful candidates will join the camp later this year.
16. A rise in oil prices is inevitable since there is more and more world demand for
energy.
17. The exercises on this website are interesting.
18. Dehydrated babies must drink a lot of water.
19. Adult illiterates learn through a special government program.
20. I met some nice people when I was walking along the beach.

Choose the right answer (much, many, a lot, a lot of, lots)

1. We have ………… oranges.


2. We don't have ………… bananas, and we don't have ………….. fruit juice.
3. Do you have any cereal? Sure, there's …………… in the kitchen.
4. How …………………. is this? Its ten dollars.
5. How ………………. do you want? Six, please.
6. He's very busy; he has ………………… worked to do.
7. David has ……………….. Rice, but Tyler doesn't have …………………
8. London has ……………… beautiful buildings.
9. They eat ……………. apples.
10. I wrote ……………… poems.
11. I have got ………………… money.
12. I visited …………….. European cities.
13. Do you like soccer? Yes………………..
14. Were there ………………… guests in the wedding? Yes, there were. …….
15. Leila is popular. She's got …………….. friends. Nancy does not have ………
16. She hasn't got …………………… patience.

5th cls.
articles a, an, the, no article
the use of article
Example

Choose the correct response from the bracket to complete each sentence.
[ a, an, the, no article]
1. He eats a lot of __________ meat.
2. _________ food that you cooked was very good!
3. _________ cell phones do not cause cancer.
4. He has always been __________ very good boy.
5. Let's go to __________ beach.
6. Let's play __________ volleyball.
7. What would you like for __________ breakfast?
8. He knows how to treat __________ lady.
9. I've been waiting for __________ long time.
10. _____ only jazz musician I like is Miles Davis.

1. What’s............. date today? It’s 9th of June.


2. She wants to be..................... architect
3. Please cleanup.................... Bathroom.
4. He is fourteen but he behaves like......... small child.
5. Let’s wait for................others. Perhaps they will want to go to..... cinema with us.
6. What is...........capital city of........ Czech Republic?
7. She is not working at........... moment. She is........ unemployed technician.
8. We arrived home at six o’clock in.......... morning.
9. Don’t make..... noise. I have........ headache.
10. She bought......... American car.

7th clas.
irregular past simple verbs

9th clas.
will future
going to for future plans
use
Future actions happen without the speaker's intention
The sun will shine tomorrow.

2) Predictions, assumptions
I think Sue will arrive in Paris at 6 pm.

3) Spontaneous actions
Hang on! I'll have a word with you

Apply the ‘will’ future and complete the statement.


1)Tomorrow it…………… (to rain) in the north-west.
2) My friend…………….. (to be) 12 next Monday.
3) Hey John! Wait a minute. I…………… (to have) a word with you
4) She ……………. (to contact) her boss next week.
5) I think you ……………. (to get) this job.
6) They ……………… (to arrive) at about 6 pm.
7) The teacher …………. (to explain) this exercise.
8) He …………… (to drop) the bottle of water
9) Lots of accidents …………….(to happen) in that weather.
10) She…………………(to scream) if you show her the spider

Negations in will-future - Exercise


1) Tim………………….. (not /to tell) the
teacher.
2) I hope, I…………….. (not /to miss) the train to Manchester.
3) She…………… (not /to dye) her hair
green.
4) He…………….. (not /to prepare) breakfast tomorrow morning.
5) The manager.………. (not /to plant) trees in front of the office
building.
6) Melissa………….. (not /to wear) jeans at her party.
7) My friends…………… (not /to live) in a
city.
8) We …………. (not /to worry) about the bad weather.
9) I ……………… (not /to swim) in this lake.
10) You …………………… (not /to reach) the vase on the shelf.

Questions in the will-future


1. ………… our team ……the match?
(to win)
2. When………….. You ……….in Scotland? (to
arrive)
3. ……….it………….. tomorrow? (to rain)
4. ……….. You………… for a moment? (to come
in)
5. Where……….. She…………. in 2030?
(to live)
6. How old……….. Your mother in July?
(to be)
7. …………you………… me the salt, please? (to
pass)
8. ……….. the teacher ………her parents? (to
phone)
9. ………….. Rupert……… breakfast? (to makes)
10. ………… Frank ………..16 this year?
(to turn)

11th clas.
Modal verbs: have to for obligation,
should for advice,
could / might / must / can’t for possibility

Examples:
Positive
I have to work very unsociable hours.
She has to wear a uniform.

Negative
I don't have to work at weekends.
John doesn't have to do any work at home.

Question
Do I have to pay in advance?
Does your father have to travel a lot at his job?

Apply have to &


has to
1. They ……….. write a test.
2. She ……….. clean her desk.
3. Ken and Liz ………….. learn English words
4. Andy …………. help his brother.
5. We …………. do our homework.
6. He ………….. write with a pencil.
7. I ……………. feed the hamster.
8. You ……………. take photos.
9. The teacher …………….. send a text message.
10. Victoria ……………. read the newspaper.

Chose have to / has to or don't have to / doesn't have to.


1. Every man………….. do military service in my country. It's obligatory.
2. When do we………… pay for the next term?
3. Policemen……………. wear a uniform.
4. A pilot…………………. train for many years.
5. Does Susan………………… work long hours?
6. I …………………..get up early on Sundays. I can stay in bed.
7. You ………………. have a visa to come to Ukraine.
8. You………………….to do it if you don't want to.
9. My daughter……………… to cook, because I cook for the whole family.
10. We…………..pay. It's free.

I. Have to is used with I, you, we, they (in affirmative sentences)


II. Has to is used with he, she, it (in affirmative sentences)
III. Don’t have to is used with I, you, we, they (in negative sentences)
IV. Doesn’t have to is used with he, she, it (in negative sentences)
V. For questions we use “do / does + subject + have to"
VI. We use “had to” to express obligation in the past

13th clas.
too / (not) enough
very
Too means more than what is needed.
Enough means sufficient.

Fill in the correct word (too or enough).


1. I left the coffee for a minute to cool because it was ………….. hot to
drink.
2. He wasn't strong ……….. to lift that heavy box.
3. There aren't ………….. policemen in our
town.
4. Do you have ……….. information to help me with this
problem?
5. It is …………. difficult to do for a little
child.
6. I do not have ………….. much time to prepare dinner
7. I didn't buy the car because it was ………. expensive.
8. He didn't work hard ……………….. to pass the
exam.
9. My mum can't sleep because she drinks………………. much coffee.
10. She isn't old…………… to start driving.

Complete the sentences using very, too and enough.


1. The food at this cafe is ___ good.
2. You are ___ young to live by yourself. Wait until you are older.
3. Do you have ___ money?
4. This pie is ___ tasty. Can I have some more?
5. You are not speaking clearly ___ . I can't understand you.
6. There is more than ___ room for everyone to sit down.
7. She's ___ short to reach the top shelf.
8. The information in the report is ___ interesting.
9. There are ___ books for everyone to have one.
10. The rent is ___ expensive for me to live here.

15th clas.
comparative and superlative adjectives

big , bigger , biggest


happy happier happiest
tidy tidier tidiest

irregular
good, better, best.
bad, worse, worst.
much more most

Give the comparatives & superlative.


1. Bad
2. Clever
3. Good
4. Hot
5. Little
6. Many
7. Much
8. narrow
9. pretty
10. shy
11. far (distance)
12. far (more, additional)

fill in the blanks with comparative and


superlative
1. Jeremy is 10 years old. Jenny is 8 years old. Jeremy is (old) ____________ ______ Jenny.
2. The Alps are very high. They are (high) _____ _______________ mountains in Europe.
3. An ocean is (large) ____________ _______ a sea.
4. A Rolls Royce costs a lot of money. A Twingo costs less.
A Rolls Royce is (expensive) _______ ________________ _____ a Twingo.
5. John's results were bad. Fred's were very poor. Fred's results were (bad) __________ _____ John's.
6. This exercise is not very difficult. It's ____________ ______ I expected.
7. The weather is not good today. It's raining. I hope the weather will be (good) _____________ next
week.
8. People are not very friendly in big cities. They are usually (friendly) ________________ in small
towns.
9. In the government of a country, the President is (important) _____ ______ _______________ person.
10. People say that Chinese is (difficult) ______ ____________ to learn than English.

Answer key..
1. older than 2. the highest 3. larger than 4. more expensive than5. worse than
6. easier than 7. Better 8. Friendlier 9. the most important 10. more difficult

Grammar (Reet)\English Exercises_ Comparative and Superlative Adjectives.pdf


Grammar (Reet)\English Exercises_
Comparative - Superlative.pdf

17th clas.
this-that , these-those, there is - there are
this-that , these-those, there is - there are
this- object/ things/ person near you.
these- object/ things/ persons near by you.
that- object/ things/ person far from you you.
those- object/ things/ persons far from you you.

1. This is your book. =»...................................


2. Those flowers are expensive. =».................,..
3. That's my name. =»........................................
4. This is Jack's shoe. =»...................................
5. These pictures are Allison's. =»......................
6. Peter doesn't like those birds. =».....................
7. This apple is green, isn't it? =».......................
8. Look at that yellow flower. =».......................

1. Which one should I choose............... dress or that one?


2. And look at................... birds in the background; they look so real they could fly!
3. ......................Is what I will do: I'll ask my mother.
4. The scene is set in the 1800s; people were so poor in............ days.
5. You're right................. s the best thing to do when you have a decision to make.
6. Look at............. little children here, on the left. They really look miserable!
7. Hey, Dad, what do you think of...................... dress?
8. He is so realistic!......... Is why I love his painting?
9. Are you joking? You can't buy ...................awful piece of clothes
10. I have just bought......................... painting by W. Turner

19th clas.
the past continuous tense
structure
was/were +verb+ing

1. She ………… (to play) hockey


2. They………………….(to swim) in the pool
3. It ………………..(to raining).
4. We…………. (to listen) to music
5. The mobile………….(to ring).
6. The students ………….(to text)
7. Max………… (to dance) with two girls
8. I………. (to wait) in front of the shop.
9. The cat………….. (to sleep) in the basket
10. He…………… (to repair)Gerry's bike.

1. I …………… (to talk) to my friend.


2. He…………….. (to make) the beds
3. The boys………… (to feed) the parrots
4. We…………. (to have) breakfast at 5:30 this morning
5. She…………….. (to wear) a nice skirt
6. Tom's younger brother…………… (to cry)
7. You …… ( to talk) photos with my new camera, weren't you?
8. My father …….. (to buy) vegetables at the supermarket
9. They …………….. (to sit) on the sofa
10. Robert ………… (to lie) on the beach

21st clas.
subject questions
(e.g. Who gave it to you?)

When did you last | go to the cinema?


What time did you | get up this morning?
Where do you like to | go on holiday?
How many hours | do you sleep?
How much does | a cup of coffee cost in your country?
Who has | a cat?
What happened on | September 11th in New York?
Who became president of | the United States of America in 2000?
Who won | the World Cup in 2002?
Who lives | here?

1. I bought a newspaper this morning.


a. What bought you this morning?
b. What did you buy this morning?
c. What you did buy this morning?
2. Something odd happened during the storm last night.
a. What happened during the storm last night?
b. What did happen during the storm last night?
3. One of the students didn't do the final exam.
a. Who didn't the final exam do?
b. Who didn't do the final exam?
4. I wrote a romantic letter to one of the teachers
a. Who did you write a romantic letter to?
b. Who wrote you a romantic letter?
5. Something disturbed me when I was working
a. What did you disturb when you were working?
b. What disturbed you when you were working?
c. What did disturb you when you were working?
6. I dreamt about a strange animal last night.
a. What did you dream about last night?
b. What dreamed about you last night?
7. Somebody rang me at 3am last week!
a. Who did you ring at 3am last week?
b. Who you rang at 3am last week?
c. Who rang you at 3am last week?
8. Someone gave me a watch for my birthday.
a. Who gave you a watch for your birthday?
b. Who did give you a watch for your birthday?

Now write questions using the following prompts. You should ask a question about the word in
bold type:
1. I bought a newspaper this
morning.

2. Something odd happened during the storm last night.

3. One of the students didn't do the final exam.

4. I wrote a romantic letter to one of the


teachers.

5. Something disturbed me when I was


working.

6. I dreamt about a strange animal last night.

7. Somebody rang me at 3am last


week!
8. I saw an interesting documentary on
Sunday.

9. Someone gave me a watch for my birthday.

10. I saw one of my old work colleagues at the theatre.

23rd clas.
Adverbs of frequency and manner
frequency
Always, usually, regularly, normally,
Often, sometimes, occasionally, rarely,
Seldom, never
manner
How? slowly,
happily, well...

Grammar (Reet)\English Exercises_ Adverbs of frenquency.pdf


frequency
Use adverb and re-write the sentence.
1. They go to the movies. (often)………………………………………………..
2. She listens to classical music. (rarely)…………………………………………
3. He sometimes reads the newspaper. (sometimes)……………………………
4. Sara neversmiles. (never)…………………………………………………….
5. She always complains about her husband. (always)…………………………..
6. I drink sometimes coffee. (sometimes)………………………………………..
7. Frank oftenis ill. (often)…………………………………………………….…
8. He usually feels terrible (usually) …………………………………………….
9. I always go jogging in the morning. (always)…………………………………..
10. She never helps her daughter with her homework. (never)……………………
11. We always watch television in the evening. (always)………………………….
12. I never smoke. (never)....................................................................................
13. I seldom eat meat. (seldom)………………………………….………………
14. I always vegetables and fruits. (always)……………...………………………

1. I have been to London. (often)…………………………


2. Have you been to Boston? (ever)……………………….
3. He plays golf on Sundays. (sometimes)………………...
4. The weather is bad in November. (always)……………..
5. It rains in California. (never)……………………………
6. She will see him. (rarely)……………………………….
7. Peter doesn't get up before seven. (usually)…………….
8. They do not play tennis on Sundays. (always)…………
9. Mary watches TV. (hardly / ever)……………………...
10. We have fish for dinner. (seldom)………………………….

1. I wish that I could explain things _______my teacher. I always understand what he says in class.
a. Clearly b. Clear as c. clearly as
2. Megan is a very _________ athlete. She loves sports.
a. Seriously b. Serious
3. Angelina is a ________ student. She is kind and pleasant.
a. Love b. Lovely
4. Do you think you speak English ______? Yes, of course!
a. Good b. Well c. Goodly
5. The girls had to finish their work _______because the teacher told them to stop.
a. Quick b. Quickly
6. When they heard the bad news, they were very ____________.
a. Sadder b. Sad c. Sadly
7. Do you think men drive ____________ women in your country?
a. More dangerous b. Dangerous c. More dangerously than
8. I want my children to behave ____________ to every person that they meet.
a. Nice b. nicily c. nicely
9. Barbara swims ____________ than Anna because she has stronger arms.
a. Faster b. Fast c. Fastlier
10. When he was a child, Tony spoke very ____________ and his friends couldn't understand him.
a. Quiet b. Quieter c. Quietly

25th cls.
Can / could for requests

1. join /Can / your / drama club / I?


2. go / we all / Can / to / the game?

3. close / you / that door / Can / please?

4. phone / I / please / your / Can /use?

5. Sally / play / volleyball / Can / us / with?

6. can/ she/ the/ trumpet/ play

7. write/ they/can/ e-mails

8. watch/ TV /can/ I

9. thecat/ can/ climb/ the tree

10. can/ your/ brother/ draw/ pictures

11. talk/ can/ parrot/ the/

12. you/ when/ can/ come

13. can/ what /we/ do

14. our friends/ have /lunch /can /where

15. sing /so /fast /can/ your/ how/ sister

Who would make these requests?

1. Could you tell me how much it costs?

a. a boss to a secretary

b. a customer to a sales person

c. a visitor to a company

d. a policeman to a prisoner

2. Could you say that again please? I didn't understand.

a. a boss to a secretary

b. a customer to a sales person


c. a visitor to a company

d. somebody whose English is not perfect

3. Could you tell me if the price includes sales tax?

a. a boss to a secretary

b. a customer to a sales person

c. a hotel receptionist to a visitor

d. somebody whose English is not perfect

4. Could you fix us two black coffees please, Barbara?

a. a boss to a secretary

b. a customer to a sales person

c. a visitor to a company

d. somebody whose English is not perfect

5. Could you please speak more slowly? I didn't understand.

a. a boss to a secretary

b. customer to sales person

c. a visitor to a company

d. somebody whose English is not perfect

6. Could you tell me where Mr. Brown's office is?

a. a customs officer

b. customer to sales person

c. a visitor to a company

d. somebody whose English is not perfect

7. Could you tell me if you have any in stock?


a. a boss to a secretary

b. customer to a sales person

c. sales person to customer

d. somebody whose English is not perfect

8. Could you tell me how to pronounce "specialization"?

a. a boss to a secretary

b. somebody answering the phone

c. a visitor to a company

d. somebody whose English is not perfect

27th class.

Should for Advice

Complete the sentence with should & shouldn’t

1. You………… wash your hands before eating.

2. You…………………eat a lot of candy.

3. You………………… skip meals.

4. You………….. Take a shower only once a week..

5. You ………………..eat breakfast..

6. You………………. eat lots of vegetables..

7. You………………..sleep eight hours a night..

8. You…………………. often eat fish..

9. You ……………….. drink a lot of soda..

10. You ……………… watch TV late.

11. You……….eat more vegetables, John!


12. You………..brush your teeth after every meal.

13. You………..Smoke

14. You…………do more exercise. It's good for you.

15. You……….. drive over the speed limit. It's dangerous!

16. You……… eat a lot of sweets. It's bad for you.

17. You……… be more careful with your money.

18. You………. stay out too late. You have work tomorrow.

19. You……try singing at a karaoke bar. It's so funny!

20. You…………. waste your time.

21. You………relax. You need a break.

Apply should & shouldn’t

1. Listen to that music! Our neighbors………………. play music that loud at this hour.

2. If your tooth is still hurting you tomorrow, you………………go to the dentist's.

3. Arul ……………..keeps ringing her ex-boyfriend. I think he is with another girl now.

4. Before going to Madrid for your holidays, you……. try and learn something of the language.

5. You………. always knock on the door before entering. This is a private office.

6. We …………. bring something to Kate's party. I'll feel really embarrassed otherwise.

7. That model on the TV is too skinny. She………….. eat more, I think!

8. Rosy ……… ask Bryan to help her with her studies. He did the same course last year.

9. Pregnant women……………….smoke as it can damage the baby.

10. We ……….. Leave too late tomorrow if we want to reach the beach before lunch.

29th clas.

Have to / need to for obligation


Ex:

1. I have to go to work (obligation)

2. I have to get up at 8.00 (obligation)

3. You have to hand in a composition (obligation)

model

invitation

we cordially inviteMiss/mr.........to attend the annual meting of

the....

of............................

on....................

at.........................

in......................

.......................................................................................

.................. .................

date secretary

31st clas.

Adjectives and modifiers

Modifiers Adjetives

1. NO 1. Good

2. NOT VERY 2. Rotten

3. A BIT 3. Nice

4. A LITTLE 4. Expensive

5. QUITE / RATHER / FAIRLY 5. Tired


6. VERY 6. Happy

7. REALLY 7. hot

8. EXTREMELY 8. sad

9. INCREDIBLY 9. nervous

10. COMPLETELY 10. cheap

11. TOO 11. hot

12. SO 12. noisy

33rd clas

Imperatives

Ex:

stand up

come here

touch the table

Complete the passage with imperatives given below

[Lock , turn on, watch, go, be, bring, drinks, open, turn off ]
Hello Anna, I have to go now, here are the keys for the house,

do not ……the door to anybody please, you can …………….

TV until late if you wish but remember to …………..


All the lights and …….the alarm before you ……..to bed,

and………the doors, we will …………back by two in the morning.

Ahh, and I forget, Todd’s milk is inside the refrigerator in a small bottle,

he always ……..it before falling asleep………a good girl and

don’t ……....any people in the house. I will see you at night.

Match the imperative.

1. Stand behind the line, please

2. Tell me all up.

3. Shout the sofa.

4. Come me next week.

5. Take your feet off in.

6. Turn to about it.

7. Take one pill down.

8. Go to the traffic lights and turn left.

9. Come and see page 59.

10. Put that three times a

Complete the phrases with the imperatives

(Go, Brush, Do not play, close, ask, give, Switch off, Follow, Drive, Do not be,

Have, Help, Clean, wait, come, )

1. ……..upstairs.

2. ……. ..Your teeth regularly.

3. ………soccer in the classroom.


4. ………your mobile.

5. ……….the instructions.

6. ……….slowly.

7. ……….silly.

8. ……….a cup of tea.

9. ……….yourself.

10. ……….your room.

11……….. A minute.

12. …… .Over here, please.

13. ……...the door when you go outside.

14. ……..your teacher.

15. ….. .. .me your phone number so that I can call you

35th
clas.

Going to and will for predictions and

future events and spontaneous decisions

going
to

1. I think the exam will be very difficult and you are not studying at all.

a. you are not going to fail the exam


b. you are not passing the exam

c. you are not going to pass the exam

2. Get down off that table. It doesn't look very stable


at all.

a. you are going to stand on the table

b. you are going fall off the table

c. you are going to fall off the table

3. The lion is chasing the deer and the deer has an injured leg.

a. the deer is going to escape

b. the lion is going to catch the deer

c. the deer is going to catch the lion

4. It is raining very hard and Liam is walking in the street without an umbrella.

a. Liam is going to get very wet

b. it is going to rain

c. Liam is going to forget his umbrella

5. The wind is blowing very hard and one of the big trees in the garden is making strange creaking noises.

a. it is going to rain

b. the tree is going to creak

c. the tree is going to fall down

6. The room is full of dust and John is holding his nose and making a strange expression with his face.

a. John is going to clean the room

b. John is going sneeze

c. John is going to sneeze

7. The Chicago Bulls are winning the basketball match against the Los Angeles Lakers by 98 points to 81.
There are only 90 seconds left.

a. the LA Lakers going to lose the match

b. the Chicago Bulls will winning the match

c. the Chicago Bulls are going to win the


match

8. It is raining and the sky is very dark. The temperature is falling very quickly and there are gritting lorries out in the town.

a. there is going to be bad weather

b. it is going to snow

c. it is going to cold

9. Molly is an emotional type. She is watching a very sad film and the heroine has just died. Molly is reaching for her tissues.

a. Molly is going to cry

b. Molly is going to telephone her friend

c. Molly is going to watch a film

10. The fishing boat has a hole in its side and the waves are getting higher and higher.

a. The fishing boat is going to sink

b. The fishing boat going to sink

c.The fishing boat is going to the home port

match "A" with "B"

“A”

1. How is your sister?

2. Sally hasn't done any revision

3. He didn't take a jumper!

4. Helen is in love with Paul


5. Did you hear the weather forecast?

6. He isn't doing very well at work.

7. Tom isn't eating very much.

8. He's two hours late

"B"

I'm worried he'll make himself ill.

Great! She's going to have a baby.

He isn't going to come, is


he?

I think he'll probably get the sack.

I think she'll probably marry him.

They said it's going to


rain.

He's going to be really


cold.

She won't pass the exam


then.

37th
clas.

Reflexive
pronouns

what is a
pronoun

types of reflexive
Ex:

you - yourself

I - myself

she - herslf

he - himself

it - itself

we - ourselves

they -
themselves

you -
yourselves

Choose the correct reflexive pronouns

[Yourself, herself, myself, himself, itself, themselves, yourself,


ourselves]

1. Robert made this T-shirt …………

2. Lisa did the homework…………

3. We helped …………..to some cola at the party

4. Emma, did you take the photo by ……………….?

5. I wrote this poem …………….

6. He cut ……………..with the knife while he was doing the dishes

7. The lion can defend ………….

8. My mother often talks to …………..

9. Tim and Gerry, if you want more milk, help ………


10. Alice and Doris collected the stickers ……………

1. The dog had fleas. He always scratched ………………

2. I shave ………………every morning before I go to work.

3. Tom usually cuts his hair ………………

4. Carol dresses ………………very well.

5. My computer system is damaged. It turns ……………off.

6. I'm not going to do that for you. You can do it ……

7. Mike's son is old enough to cook ……………… now.

8. Susan and I walked to the store by ………………

9. They stood in front of the mirror and looked at ………………

10. When we go to the restaurant, I'll pay for my food and you can pay for yours ………

11. He drives ……………… to work every day.

12. Mary doesn't like to drive ……………… to work so she usually takes the underground.

13. The book was on the floor. It fell off the shelf by ……………

14. I asked him for a glass of water and he told me to get it …………

15. Rick and Maria are able to look after ………………

39th clas.

So/ such

such a good girl

it is so good

many/much

Ex:
nany people...

much money….

1. It was ....... a lovely day


a. Such b. so
2. There was..... a lot of trouble that the police were called
a. Such b. so
3. I've never seen..... many people at a concert
a. Such b. so
4. I've never seen ...... a dirty kitchen
a. Such b. so

5. It’s..... expensive
a. Such b. so

6. It took..... much time to do


a. Such b. so

7. She works ...... quickly


a. So b. such

8. It looks ...... nice


a. So b. Such

9. The film was ...... dull that we left halfway through


a. So b. Such

10. The car is..... uneconomical

11. She's ...... a kind person

a. So b. Such

12. I told him not to be.... stubborn

a. Such b. so

13. They tried ...... hard, but still didn't succeed

a. So b. Such
14. Don't be.... silly

a. Such b. so

15. I didn't know that it was ..... a long way from my house

a. Such b. so

16. She’s..... cool

a. So b. Such

17. Nobody thought that he would be..... a good president

a. Such b. so

18. I wasn't expecting ...... many people to be there

a. So b. Such

19. They did it..... well

a. Such b. so

20. .... far so good

a. So b. Such

21. They told him not to be .... an idiot

a. Such b. so

1. I've been to Paris _________ times!

a. so many

b. so much

2. He got really drunk at the party last night and behaved like _________ idiot!

a. such

b. such an
3. They used to have _________ fun together; now all they do is argue.

a. so much

b. so many

4. This test is _________ harder than the last one.

a. such

b. so much

5. The bar was really packed last night. There were _________ people there!

a. so many

b. so much

6. The guitar player was _________ good!

a. such a

b. so

7. _________ Students have a problem with this exercise.

a. Much

b. Many

8. This movie was _________ worse than he told me it would be.

a. so

b. much

9. I can't believe you lived there for _________ years.

a. so many

b. so much

10. That is _________ idea!

a. so good
b. such a good

41st
clas
When / while
during/ as

WHEN OR WHILE? CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER


1. I saw him………. I was on my way home
2. ………….he was young, he used to smoke a lot
3. George had a terrible accident…… he was a child
4. ……Jane was taking a bath, the phone rang three times
5. ………We lived in London, we met many interesting people
6. Where are my friend…………I most need them?
7. ………I was driving; I listened to a very interesting radio program
8. Who did you meet……you arrived to the party?
9. ……I was speaking, they were thinking of something else!
10. I had many problems……I was a teenager

"While / When"
1. I was having lunch………………… James arrived.
2. ………….. I heard the doorbell, I went to the door.

3. ………….Jo was washing her hair, I did my homework.

4. ……………I buy the bread, you can go to the butcher's.


5. I was at the baker's…………. I met Jo.
6. The customer was being helped by the salesman…. the thief
came into the store.
7. …………you saw Keith, was he with Jo?
8. I was in the shop…………… someone stole my bag.
9. I hurt my back…………………………………….. I tried to
lift the piano..
10. …………….we were standing outside the cinema, someone
picked my pocket.
11. ……………… Mrs Scott came back to her hotel she called
the elevator.
When, While, As, During
1. Please phone me ____ you get home tonight
A. during B. while C. as D. when
1. It rained a lot ______ the night
A. while B. when C. during D. as
2. I me a lot of people _____ I was at university.
A. while B .as C. when D. during
3. The phone rang just __ I was getting into the bath.
A .while B .as C. when D. during
4. _____ I've been busy working on the project, he's just been sitting around eating pizza.
A. During B .While C .As D. When
5. I don't like it ____ people waste my time. It makes me really angry.
A. when B. while C. during D .as
6. Why don't you go and see a film _____ you're waiting for the car to be repaired.
A .then B .when C .while D. during
7. I've never heard such a stupid story ______ all my years in the job.
C.
A .when B. while during D. as
8. We'll let you know ____ we find something suitable for you.
A. while B. when C .during D .as
9. I watched __ the doctors tried desperately to save the injured man.
A. when B. in C .during D. as
10. The phones were very busy ______ the morning. I haven't had a moment to do anything else.
A .while B. when C. during D. as
11. He fell asleep _____ driving along the motorway. That's why he's lucky to be alive.
A. while B. When C. as D. during

43rd
clas.
Must/might for deductions

1. John has forgotten about the meeting. We................................ Reminded him about it yesterday.
1. shouldn't have
2. must have
3. might have
4. should have
2. He ............................ known it was your birthday. Otherwise, I'm sure he would have wished you a happy day.
1. shouldn't have
2. might have
3. must have
4. can't have
3. He ................................ Bought a new car. He doesn't have any money.
1. should have
2. must have
3. might have
4. can't have
4. Andrew did no revision for the exam but he's passed. I think he................................ cheated.
1. must have
2. might have
3. shouldn't have
4. can't have
5. The boss is in a terrible mood. The meeting................................ been good.
1. shouldn't have
2. might have
3. can't have
4. must have
6. She ................................studied really hard. She passed all her exams with excellent grades.
1. must have
2. should have
3. might have
4. can't have
7. Clara was very upset with you yesterday. You................................ apologised for saying she was lazy.
1. might have
2. should have
3. must have
4. can't have
8. Sarah................................ been so happy when she found out she was being promoted.
1. might have
2. must have
3. can't have
4. shouldn't have
Add can, or be able to ....

1. Ask him, he should........... Help you.

2. I............. hardly believe it.

3. I'm sorry I won't.............. Come.

4. She has everything money................ buy.

5. Don't shout, I.............. hear you very well.

6. How................. you possibly imagine that?

7. Will he................ continue his journey?

8. I'm locked in! I .............get out!

10. My mother.............. play the piano very well.

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