Барашкова, 5. Lesson 3

Complete the following sentences with a, the or no article.
1. What are you doing at the moment?
2. What do you usually do in morning?
3. Who comes home in the afternoon?
4. Do you have Maths on Monday?
5. We shall go to the country in June.
6. We shall have a party on the 10 of September.
7. We were in London last year.
8. We will go to New York next month.
9. I don’t remember last sentence.
10. Will you read the next line, please.
Complete the following sentences with a, the or no article.
1. A football is a game.
2. When my grandfather was a child he could play football very well.
3. A football is large ball filled with the air.
4. We play tennis after the classes.
5. My mother can play the guitar.
6. A guitar is a musical instrument made of wood.
7. Somebody is playing the piano.
8. It’s very difficult to play the violin.
9. My friends and I play hockey in the afternoon.
10. A violin is a musical instrument with four strings.
Write the plural.
1. My uncle can speak two foreign languages.
2. I like to write letters to my friends.
3. There were three women at the bus stop.
4. There are two sofas and three armchairs in the room.
5. Where do you keep the glasses?
6. I like to read short stories and novels.
7. I never watch soap operas but I often watch documentaries.
8. Mr. Grey has written two plays.
9. We have got a lot of potatoes.
10. You can see the photos.
Complete each sentence with too, also or either.
1. Mr. Patterson works in a bank. Mr. Richardson works there too.
2. My Granny is fond of music, I like music too.
3. Tom and Pete are not students. I am not a student either.
4. We want to spend our holidays in London. They also will be happy to visit London.
5. He never does the shopping. He doesn’t wash up either.
6. She often does the cooking. She cleans the kitchen too.
7. She isn’t fond of reading. She doesn’t like films either.
8. There is no carpet on the floor, there isn’t a carpet on the wall either.
9. They never eat honey. They don’t eat sweets either.
10. They eat a lot of fruit. They also like vegetables.
Use the words in brackets to complete the sentences.
1. He played hockey last Saturday.
2. He is playing the piano at the moment.
3. He played the guitar the other day.
4. We bought the furniture the day before yesterday.
5. They won the battle in 1943.
6. She is explaining the grammar rule to her pupils now.
7. We are pupils. We often write dictations.
8. He had a lot of jobs when he was young.
9. She wrote a novel two months ago.
10. We don’t have lessons on Sunday. We often go to the stadium.
Agree or disagree,
1. – The Adams haven’t bought a computer yet. – No, they haven’t.
2. – They haven’t met Mr. Smith. No, they haven’t.
3. – They didn’t meet Mr. Smith when they were in London. – Yes, they did.
4. – They are not going to go there again. – No, they are not.
5. – She doesn’t teach English. – Yes, she does.
6. – She has never seen snow. –Yes, she has.
7. – He has found nothing interesting there. – No, he hasn’t.
8. – He has never been interested in travelling. – No, he hasn’t.
9. – They have to travel a lot. – Yes, they have.
10. – He had to meet them at the airport. – No, he hadn’t.
Make questions.
1. He could run fast. Could he run fast?
2. He was at home. Was he at home?
3. He washed the floor. Did he wash the floor?
4. She wrote three novels. Did she write three novels?
5. They met her the other day. Did they meet her the other day?
6. They had a party a week ago. Did they have a party a week ago?
7. He had a good time. Did he have a good time?
8. They are having an English lesson. Are they having an English lesson?
9. They often have five lessons on Thursday. Do they often have five lessons on Thursday?
10. She always comes in time. Does she always come in time?
Ask wh-questions.
1. What is he looking for? – He is looking for his workbook.
2. What does he look for? – He looks for a job.
3. What did he look for? – He looked for a job.
4. What are they thinking about? – They are thinking about the holidays.
5. What did they think about? – They thought about the holidays.
6. What are they speaking about? – They are speaking about their plans.
7. What did the speak about? – They spoke about their plans.
8. Who is she speaking to? – She is speaking to her teacher.
9. Who did she speak to? – She spoke to her teacher.
10. Who does she often speak to? – She often speaks to her teacher.
Make questions with Who. (Who is the subject of a sentence). Write short answers.
1. Who is playing the piano? – His sister is.
2. Who is at home? – My parents are?
3. Who has got a computer? – My uncle has.
4. Who have got a nice house? – The Porters have.
5. Who have dinner at home? – The Coopers do.
6. Who was ill? – They were.
7. Who visited the museum? – We did.
8. Who going to come? – The teachers are.
9. Who lives here? – The Clarks do.
10. Who goes in for swimming? -They do.
Correct each sentence.
1. The Blacks visited five countries last spring. They will go to the United States next year.
2. “You must not play football before classes. You can play games after classes,” Ted’s mother said in a loud voice.
3. Who goes in for skiing? – We do.
4. What are you looking for? – I am looking for my pen.
5. Who is playing tennis? – They are.
6. Will you repeat the last question, please?
7. Who is hungry? – They are.
8. Who goes in for running? – He does.
9. He didn’t Visit the museum last Sunday. I didn’t go there either.
10. When did he come home last Friday?