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UNIT REVIEW 11

GRAMMAR

1- INDIRECT QUESTIONS

1) Can you tell me where the ticket office is?

2) Do you know where platform four is?

3) Can you tell me if there’s a bank near here?

4) Do you know whether the shops are open tomorrow?

2- TO HAVE SOMETHING DONE

1) I haven’t had my teeth checked

2) Have my hair cut

3) Having my photograph taken

4) To have my nails cut

5) Had my breakfast served

3- HAVE TO, NEED TO, SHOULD, OUGHT TO

1) Need 5) need

2) Have 6) should

3) Have 7) ought

4) Should

4- NON-DEFINING RELATIVE CLAUSES

1) I met Annie in Turkey, where I was working as a teacher.

2) I shared a flat with John, who was from Portsmouth.

3) We live in Izmir, which is on the west coast of Turkey.

4) I left Turkey two years later, when my contract finished.

B VOCABULARY

5- The street.

1) T-junction 6) rank

2) Bridge 7) roads

3) Canal 8) street
4) Path 9) roundabout

5) Park

6- DESCRIBING HOLIDAY ACCOMODATION

1) G 6) C

2) D 7) F

3) B 8) E

4) H

5) A

7- HEALTH AND TRAVEL

1) Medical insurance

2) Tap water

3) Local foods

4) Sun block

5) First aid kit

6) Insect repellent

7) Mosquito net

8- TRAVEL PROBLEMS

1) Got

2) Missed

3) Ran out

4) Got

5) Missed

6) Lost

GRAMMAR PRACTICE

11A

1- Rewrite the questions as indirect questions. Add ME where


necessary.

1) Could you tell me where the tourist information office is?

2) Do you know if we can take photos inside the theatre?


3) Could you tell me if this is Bridge Street?

4) Do you know how old this building is?

5) Can you tell me when the library closes?

2- Write the direct questions for each indirect question.

1) Where do the buses stop?

2) Is The Globe theatre near here?

3) Is there a performance on tonight?

4) When does the museum close?

5) Can we see the exhibition today?

11B

1- Rewrite the sentences using the correct form of TO HAVE


SOMETHING DONE.

1) They had the house redecorated.

2) They had the heating repaired.

3) They’ve had an alarm system put in the house.

4) They’ve had a new garage built.

5) They’re having their new carpets fitted today.

6) They’re having new curtains for all the rooms made.

7) They have the house cleaned every day.

8) They’re going to have the furniture delivered tomorrow.

9) They’re going to have the garden done next week.

11C

1- Put the words in order to complete the dialogues.

1) You’ll need to pack some warm clothes.

2) Is there anything which I shouldn’t put in my suitcase?

3) You needn’t take your hairdryer.

4) Perhaps I should order a taxi.

5) When do we have to check in?

6) You need to relax.


7) We don’t have to pay for the food.

8) What time do you think we ought to leave.

11D

1- Complete each sentence with the correct non-defining


relative clause. Add commas where necessary.

1) There was a long traffic jam, which meant I was late for work.

2) She met her husband 17 years ago, when she was working in
Paris.

3) Anna, whose apartment I share, is coming to visit me.

4) I was on my way to Rome, where I used to live.

5) Alain, who is teaching me Arabic, loves animals.

6) They’re taking a taxi from London to Edinburgh, which will be very


expensive.

7) The best city I’ve lived in is Madrid, where I learnt to speak


Spanish.