Барашкова, 5. Lesson 10

Complete the following sentences with the or no article.
1. In many countries rice is the main food.
2. I don’t like jam. I never have it.
3. I don’t like the jam. Who made the jam?
4. I always have jam for breakfast.
5. This is the same jam we had yesterday.
6. That is nice jam!
7. It is such good jam.
8. There is jam in the fridge.
9. We usually have jam after the main part of a meal.
10. Could you pass me the jam, please?
Complete the following sentences with a, the or no article.
1. There are a lot of beautiful lakes in Russia.
2. The Lake Baikal is the deepest lake in the world.
3. Which is smaller: the Baikal or the Baltic Sea?
4. Are there many lakes in the south of Russia?
5. I was in Madrid last year.
6. We spent the last day of our holidays in Rome.
7. Mr. Grey was in the Northern Ireland last month.
8. He will go to California next month.
9. There is a river not far from our country place.
10. The Amur flows into the Pacific Ocean.
Write sentences as in the example.
1. The pupils don’t write dictations. They don’t have tests either.
The pupils neither write dictations nor have tests
2. His friends didn’t come. They didn’t phone either.
His friends neither came nor phoned.
3. My Granny doesn’t grow tomatoes. She doesn’t buy them either.
My Granny neither grows tomatoes nor buys them.
4. She didn’t cook porridge. She didn’t make sandwiches either.
She neither cooked porridge nor made sandwiches.
5. The boys didn’t wash up. They didn’t buy bread either.
The boys neither washed up nor bought bread.
6. He didn’t translate the text. He didn’t do the exercises either.
He neither translated the text nor did the exercises.
7. Mary didn’t cut the bread. She didn’t put the butter on the table either.
Mary neither cut the bread nor put tire butter on tire table.
8. She didn’t sing. She didn’t dance at the party either.
She neither sang nor danced at the party.
9. He didn’t drink coffee. He didn’t eat cakes either.
He neither drank coffee nor ate cakes.
10. My grandfather doesn’t listen to the radio. He doesn’t watch TV either.
My grandfather neither listens to the radio nor watches TV.
Put in What or What a.
1. What white snow!
2. What a sweet apple!
3. What sweet tea!
4. What а sweet smell!
5. What a pleasant voice!
6. What a pleasant news!
7. What old furniture!
8. What a sad song!
9. What salty meat!|
10. What а nice flower!
Complete each sentence with little, few, a little or a few.
1. He has got little money. He can’t buy a piano.
2. He has got a money. He is going to buy a guitar.
3. I have got a few rubles. I think I shall be able to buy the card.
4. I have got few rubles in my collection. Sorry I can’t give you any.
5. I’ll come back in a few days.
6. Only a few people have snowdrops in their gardens.
7. There is little snow in our garden this winter, I am afraid is it bad for the flowers.
8. We have to do the shopping in town because there are shops in our village.
9. A lot of people have to leave the town because there are few jobs there.
10. I hope I’ll be free soon. Today 1 have little work to do.
Write passive sentences.
1. the house was built by me
2. a letter was written by me
3. the girl was taught by me
4. a chair was bought by me
5. a cake was made by me
6. apples were eaten by me
7. keys were brought by me
8. letters were sent by me
9. people were invited by me
10. the island was discovered by me
Write sentences as in the example.
1. My grandparents grew those tomatoes.
Those tomatoes were grown by my grandparents.
2. Tom bought the tickets.
The tickets were bought by Tom.
3. David washed the car.
The car was washed David.
4. Helen made the cake.
The cake was made by Helen.
5. Anton Chekhov wrote the play.
The play was written by Anton Chekhov.
6. Uncle Tom painted the house.
The house was painted by Uncle Tom.
7. Polly met him.
He was met by Polly.
8. Granny washed my clothes.
My clothes were washed by Granny.
9. My sister finished the work.
The work was finished by my sisters.
10. His parents decorated the Christmas tree.
The Christmas tree was decorated by his parents.
Which is right? Complete the sentences.
1. Was he reading when you phoned him yesterday?
2. That doesn’t sound natural.
3. – The apples are not good.
– They look good to me.
– No, they smell bad.
– I think they are good. Let’s make jam. I’m sure the jam will be good.
– I am not sure. I can’t cook well.
4. Who has invited him to the party?
5. Who is invited to the party?
6. Who was punished for that?
7. Who has punished him?
8. Who goes there every day? – Mary does.
9. Mary can’t answer the telephone. She is washing her hairs.
10. The museum is visited by thousands of people every month.
Which is right? Complete the sentences.
1. Last night Bill went to bed late.
2. Furniture is made of wood.
3. The town has thirty thousand people.
4. His money is kept in the bank.
5. I never buy this kind of games.
6. These mistakes are made by little children.
7. I have got a book which is published in 1912.
8. He hasn’t seen anybody.
9. How many toys did they take with them?
10. Her Russian is good. She makes very few mistakes.
Correct each sentence.
1. She saw the birds and described how beautiful they looked.
2. There is few people in the cinema.
3. I don’t like this kind of apples.
4. The door is closed. Will you open it please?
5. David played a very good game yesterday.
6. I have got an uncle who is in Africa now.
7. He speaks neither Italian nor Spanish.
8. When the bus stopped I wasn’t reading, Nick wasn’t reading either.
9. Do the pupils do their homework in the afternoon?
10. The play was written ten years ago.