Барашкова, 5. Lesson 13

Complete the following sentences with a, the or no article.
1. – Did you go to the circus last Thursday? – No, I didn’t. I stayed at home.
2. The weather is fine. The sun is shining. Let’s go for a walk.
3. Who will take you to Bolshoy Theatre next week?
4. Shall we read the next page?
5. Will you go to te cinema after the classes?
6. Mike’s teacher knows a lot about different countries.
7. We shall write a report on the same country.
8. Can you think of different things at the same time?
9. An alligator is not the same as a crocodile.
10. Alligators look like crocodiles.
Complete the following sentences with a, the or no article.
1. Is the Caspian Sea smaller than the Azov Sea?
2. The Urals separate Europe from Asia.
3. What do you know about the Aral Sea?
4. Russia is situated in the eastern part of Europe and the northern part of Asia.
5. Ted’s grandparents live in Australia.
6. Asia is a continent, isn’t it?
7. What is Egypt famous for?
8. Can you tell us anything interesting about the Arctic Ocean?
9. Radonezh is situated to the north of Moscow.
10. Delhi is a very interesting city.
Write sentences as in the example.
1. – I like it when it rains. – So am I.
2. – I used to send a lot of cards. – So he did.
3. – I am doing my homework. – So am I.
4. – We are going to buy a washing machine. – So they are.
5. – He has always lived in Tver. – So I have.
6. – We are surprised. -So am I.
7. – He is a careful driver. – So she is.
8. – She makes so many mistakes. – So do I.
9. – He feels lonely. – So they do.
10. – He could read when lie was five. – So she could.
Change the sentences to indirect speech.
1. “I often lose my things.” He says that he often loses his things.
2. “I shall come to your party.” She says that she will come to my party.
3. “We often write dictations.” They say that they often write dictations.
4. “You can ask me any questions.” He says that we can ask him any questions.
5. “Your friend phoned me yesterday.” She says that my friend phoned me yesterday.
6. “We invited you to the party.” They say that they invited me to the party.
7. “We have cleaned our living-room.” They say that they have cleaned their living-room.
8. “I shall be ready in a few minutes.” She says that she will be ready a few minutes.
9. “I shall tell you everything.” He says that he will tell me everything.
10. “I have finished my work.” She says that she has finished her work.
Change the sentences to indirect speech.
1. “Let me carry the box.” Jerry offers to carry the box.
2. ” Don’t move the chairs, please.” The teacher asks the children not to move the chairs.
3. “Don’t go there by car.” Mrs. Taylor tells her husband not to go there by car.
4. “Invite all your friends to the party.” Mother tells me to invite all my friends to the party.
5. “Shall I buy some bread?” Tom asks if he should buy some bread.
6. “Let me answer the telephone.” Nina offered to answer the telephone.
7. “Shall I cut the bread?” David asks if he should cut the bread.
8. “Don’t ask me the question!” Tom tells his little brother not to ask him the question.
9. “Buy some apples, please.” Mother asks me to buy some apples.
10. “Don’t buy any oranges.” Granny tells me not to buy any oranges.
Change the sentences to indirect speech.
1. “Why are they late?” The teacher wonders why they are late.
2. “When is she busy?” Tom wonders when she is busy.
3. “Where is he from?” Bill wonders where he is from.
4. “When were they in France?” The officer asks when they were in France.
5. “How many chairs are there in the room?” The teacher asks how many chairs there are in the room.
6. “How old is he?” Nelly wonders how old he is.
7. “How old are you?” They ask how old I am.
8. “Where are you from?” They ask where I am from.
9. “When were you ill?” She asks when I was ill.
10. “Why are you crying?” He asks why I am crying.
Change the sentences to indirect speech.
1. “Why do they come late?” My grandmother asks why they come late.
2. “Why did they invite Pete?” Tom asks why they invited Pete.
3. “When do they go to the country?” Helen wonders when they go to the country.
4. “When did they go to the country?” She wonders when they want to the country.
5. “Where does he come from?” The pupils wonder where he comes from.
6. “Where do you come from?” The children wonder where I come from.
7. “How much cheese did you buy yesterday?” Mother asks how much cheese I bought yesterday.
8. “When do you go to the swimming pool?” My teacher asks when I go to the swimming pool.
9. “When did you go to Kaluga?” My friend wonders when I went to Kaluga.
10. “What does he like?” She wonders what he likes.
Change the sentences to indirect speech.
1. “Can he speak English?” Linda asks if he can speak English.
2. “Must she go there?” Ted asks if she must go there.
3. “Is it raining?” Granny asks if it is raining.
4. “Was the trip interesting?” Mr. Porter asks if the trip was interesting.
5. “Has he come?” The teacher asks if he has come.
6. “Are they at home?” Bill asks if they are at home.
7. “Is there a ball in the box?” Nancy asks if there is a ball in the box.
8. “Are there two pens in the pencil-case?” Peter asks if there are two pencils in the pencil-case.
9. “Could you run fast?” Helen asks if I could run fast.
10. “Have we got a new cassette?” The boys ask if we have got a new cassette.
Change the sentences to indirect speech.
1. “Do you celebrate the holiday?” Betty asks if I celebrate the holiday.
2. “Do you come home late?” My grandparents ask if I come home late.
3. “Do you watch TV in the morning?” My grandfather asks if I watch TV in the morning.
4. “Does she work there?” The policeman asks if she works there.
5. “Does he often go to the stadium?” Mike asks if he often goes to the stadium.
6. “Does he grow vegetables?” My grandmother asks if he grows vegetables.
7. “Did they live in Manchester in 1999?” Mr. Phillips asks if they lived in Manchester in 1999.
8. “Did you translate two books last year?” The pupils ask if I translated two books last year.
9. “Did she teach Mathematics at school?” Ted asks if she taught Mathematics at school.
10. “Does he like coffee?” Mary asks if he likes coffee.
Correct each sentence.
1. Mrs. Norman is a doctor. So am I.
2. He is twelve. So am I.
3. You look happy. So do you.
4. Tom likes apple juice. So do I.
5. I shall go there tomorrow. So will they.
6. I wonder where he is now.
7. He asks when they can come.
8. They wonder what she likes.
9. He offers to buy some vegetables.
10. Tom asks them not to bring any food.