Барашкова, 5. Lesson 14

Complete the following sentences with a, the or no article.
1. Do they speak French or English in Canada?
2. When did you start learning English?
3. Do you have German on Friday?
4. The English language is not easy, is it?
5. There are a lot of irregular verbs in the English language.
6. Are they speaking English or French?
7. A lot of children learn English at school.
8. The English language is easier than German language, isn’t it?
9. Is Russian easier than English?
10. What language do you usually speak in class?
Complete the following sentences with a / an, the or no article.
1. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and the Northern Ireland is situated on the British Isles.
2. Is Great Britain the same as the United Kingdom?
3. The United Kingdom consists of four countries: England, Wales, Scotland and the Northern Ireland.
4. Cardiff is the capital of Wales.
5. Is London the capital of the UK?
6. The UK is an island state, isn’t it? What are the main islands?
7. The British Isles are separated from a continent by the North Sea and the English Channel.
8. Europe is separated from Asia by the Urals.
9. The Irish Sea is between Great Britain and Ireland.
9 UK is washed in north by Atlantic Ocean.
Change the sentences to indirect speech.
1. “I am ready.” He says that he is ready.
2. “I don’t understand your question.” He says that he doesn’t understand question.
3. “I like your room.” She says that she likes my room.
4. “I didn’t see your dog.” He says that he didn’t see my dog.
5. “I don’t believe you.” She says that she doesn’t believe me.
6. “We want to show you our garden.” They say that they want to show me their garden.
7. “We can’t find our bags.” They say that they can’t find their bags.
8. “We are looking for your bike.” They say that they are looking for my bike.
9. “I shall never forget your story.” He says that he will never forget my story.
10. “I have lost my pen.” She says that she has lost her pen.
Change the sentences to indirect speech.
1. “When was he in India?” Nelly asks when he was in India.
2. “Was he in Italy?” Nelly asks if he was in Italy.
3. “Where is she going?” Bill asks where she is going.
4. “Is she going to the museum?” Bill asks if she is going to the museum.
5. “Why are they laughing?” Tom asks why they are laughing.
6. “Are they laughing at the picture?” Tom asks if they are laughing at the picture.
7. “What do they sell?” Helen asks what they sell.
8. “Do they sell toys?” Helen asks if they sell toys.
9. “When did he clean the room?” Mother asks when he cleaned the room.
10. “Did he clean the room yesterday?” Mother asks if he cleaned the room yesterday.
Complete the sentences with mustn’t, don’t have to, doesn’t have to, didn’t have to or won’t have to.
1. I got a good mark for the test. I don’t have to write it again.
2. You mustn’t play with the vase. You can break it.
3. My bike is clean, I won’t have to wash it tomorrow.
4. You mustn’t give anything to these, animals. It can be dangerous.
5. Mother has already bought everything, so she won’t have to go shopping tomorrow.
6. We had lunch at school, so we don’t have to wash up.
7. I have cut my finger, I mustn’t wash up today.
8. I decorated the New Year tree yesterday, so I won’t have to do it tomorrow.
9. You mustn’t decorate the New’ year tree alone. You are too little.
10. I am OK. I know how to do it. He doesn’t have to help me.
You are talking to your friend. Give advice using should or shouldn’t.
1. You mustn’t drive so quickly. I don’t think you should drive so quickly
2. You must work hard. you should work hard.
3. You mustn’t work so hard. I don’t think you should work so hard.
4. You must wash the floor. You should wash the floor.
5. You must use a pen. You should use a pen.
6. You mustn’t come home late. I don’ t think you should come home late.
7. You mustn’t move the table. I don’t think you should move the table.
8. You must stay at home. You should stay at home.
9. You mustn’t wear the jeans at the party. I don’t think you should wear the jeans at the party.
10. You must know the truth. You should know the truth.
Complete these sentences using either … or.
1. I’ll go there either today or tomorrow.
2. My brother is either at home or at school.
3. Either Pete or Tom will visit Paul today.
4. She is wearing either a red coat or a green jacket.
5. I don’t know how old she is. She is either eight or nine.
6. Mike wants to become either a baker or a butcher.
7. The puppy is either in the bedroom or in the kitchen.
8. Today we’ll write either a test or a dictation.
9. I think I’ll get either a four or a five.
10. After classes we’ll go either to the cinema or to the museum.
Use the words in brackets to complete the sentences.
1. Either Bill or Ted has to get up early every day.
2. Either Bill or his brothers go to school every Saturday.
3. Either Mr. Taylor or Mr. Walker meets her every day.
4. Either Mary or Kate plays chess every Sunday.
5. Neither my aunt nor my uncle lives in Kiev.
6. Neither I nor my friend is ready to go.
7. Neither my friend nor I am busy now.
8. Either Mother or Granny is going to visit Mrs. Parker today.
9. Jerry has cleaned his room this afternoon, so he won’t have to do it tomorrow.
10. John had to take a taxi yesterday because he was late.
Which is right? Complete the sentences.
1. You mustn’t skate here. The ice is too thin.
2. I really think you should take a taxi. You mustn’t be late.
3. Either Mr. Turner or Mr. Jones is going to buy a computer.
4. Either Mr. Turner or his sons are going to London next week.
5. Neither Mother nor Granny is working in the garden.
6. Either Peter or David has seven lessons today.
7. This shop was closed last month.
8. Sandwiches are eaten for breakfast.
9. Which of your friends was playing the piano when you came into the room?
10. Some people think that Russian is more difficult than English.
Correct each sentence. Do not change the underlined words.
1. You should eat apples.
2. I don’t think you should ask him about it.
3. Either your teacher or your friends are going to visit you.
4. Neither Tom nor his sister is at home.
5. You can eat neither chocolate nor ice cream.
6. You can drink neither coffee nor Cola.
7. Either Mr. Hill or Mr. Cooper was in Kiev last year.
8. He doesn’t like football. He doesn’t like either.
9. Allan is invited to the party. So am I.
10. He asks what her name is.