Барашкова, 5. Lesson 22

Complete the following sentences with a, the or no article.
1. Yesterday we bought a bed. – Where did you put the bed? – We put it in the bedroom.
2. What a comfortable bed!
3. You should stay in bed for three days.
4. He went to bed without dinner.
5. There is a little bed in the corner of the room.
6. There is a little box under the bed.
7. Is he still in bed?
8. Where shall I put a blanket? Put it on a bed.
9. Mr. Green switched off the light and went to bed.
10. Little Mary lost her doll in the bed.
Complete the following sentences with a, the or no article.
1. Britain is the largest island in Europe.
2. The UK has the royal family.
3. There are a lot of farms in the south of the country.
4. Hamleys in Regent Street is the biggest toy shop in the world.
5. The Thames is the main river in England, isn’t it?
6. The Natural History Museum has skeletons and models of dinosaurs.
7. You can see how a space rocket works at the Science Museum.
8. Unicorn Theatre in the West End puts on shows just for children.
9. The Northern Ireland is a very beautiful place.
10. The main cities in the north-west are Manchester and Liverpool.
Put in words from the box with or without one / ones.
1. “Do you remember the house with the beautiful rose garden?” – “The yellow one?” – “That’s right.”
2. Everybody thought that the ducklings were beautiful except for the ugly one.
3. Do you like Russian food or Italian one.
4. Have you got any socks? I’m looking for woolen ones.
5. There is my dog. The clever one.
6. He doesn’t sell brown bread, only write one.
7. She never buys big dolls, only little ones.
8. It’s not white coffee, it’s black one.
9. What juice would you like to have? – Sweet one.
10. Do you need cold or hot water? – Only cold one.
Write sentences using Neither … or So …
1. He could find nothing interesting. (she) Neither could she.
2. He ate nothing. (we) Neither did we.
3. She often invites me to her parties. (he) So does he.
4. We never saw them again. (they) Neither did they.
5. My brother never misses a football match on television. (Ted) Neither does Ted.
6. I never have milk for breakfast. (my sister) Neither does my sister.
7. They never answer her questions. (he) Neither does he.
8. She will do it again. (I) So shall I.
9. She is never hungry in the morning. (we) Neither are we.
10. We were watching TV. (I) So was I.
Write sentences using Neither … or So …
1. I can’t give him a bar of chocolate. (she) Neither can she.
2. He bought a packet of biscuits. (she) So did she.
3. My mother has made ten jars of jam. (my sister) So has my sister.
4. We’ll buy two bottles of juice. (they) So will they.
5. Nick didn’t bring three loaves of bread. (Mike) Neither did Mike.
6. Jerry drank a bottle of milk. (Peter) So did Peter.
7. Jane is going to use two cartons of cream. (I) So am I.
8. I never drink coffee, (my grandmother) Neither does my grandmother.
9. He never buys bread at the supermarket. (I) Neither do I.
10. I was cooking dinner at 3 o’clock yesterday. (Mary) So was Mary.
Write passive sentences using words from the box.
1. The doors have always been closed.
2. The grammar rule was explained yesterday.
3. Help was offered, but nobody wanted it.
4. The books were returned five days ago.
5. The coffee was made in the morning.
6. The Italian language is taught in this school.
7. Lemons are grown in this part of the world.
8. The workers are paid regularly.
9. The bridge was built fifty years ago.
10. The living-room was cleaned yesterday.
Change the sentences to indirect speech.
1. “Don’t ask him this question today.” Ann told Susan not to ask him that question that day.
2. “What will he do here?” Ann asked Helen what he would do there.
3. “Where were you yesterday?” Mike asked Ted where he was the day before.
4. “Did you watch TV last Saturday?” Tom asked his friends if they watched TV the previous Sunday.
5. “You can play here whenever you like.” Mrs. Smith told Bob that he could play there whenever he liked.
6. “Don’t worry!” John asked his grandmother not to worry.
7. “Who are you?” Kate asked the boy who he was.
8. “Will you stay here and talk to me?” David asked Mark if he would stay there and talk to him.
9. “I’ll give you whatever you ask.” Tom told his little sister that he would, give her whatever she asked.
10. “What do you mean?” The teacher asked Philip what he meant.
Use the words in brackets to complete the sentences.
1. Granny thinks it will rain tomorrow.
2. It doesn’t rain in August in this part of the country.
3. It didn’t rain yesterday.
4. If it rains, we will play chess.
5. Nobody knows if it will rain tomorrow.
6. It was raining at this time yesterday.
7. It was raining when I left the museum.
8. I don’t like it when it rains.
9. I will make pancakes tomorrow if I have the time.
10. I don’t know yet if I will have the time tomorrow to make pancakes.
Which is right? Complete the sentences.
1. What salad are you going to make, potato salad or fruit salad?
2. Do you know which of the bags is hers?
3. This is my money. Where is yours?
4. There are always a lot of people at her parties.
5. His advice was silly. I couldn’t follow it.
6. We have brought some toys. The large ones are ours.
7. The teacher thanked us for the work.
8. The teacher thanked our parents for the books.
9. Mary, the jam is nice. Did you make it yourself?
10. I’m looking for my money. Have you seen it?
Correct each sentence. Do not change the underlined word.
1. Let’s travel along the Don by boat.
2. Mary told Jane not to leave the coat on this chair.
3. Mike said he couldn’t do that exercise that day.
4. Your advice was useful. Thank you for it.
5. The test was written two days ago.
6. He was helped by other pupils.
7. Their school is older than ours.
8. My cake is tasty, but your cake is tastier than mine.
9. He cannot play the piano, neither can I.
10. They never go to the cinema. Neither does she.