Барашкова, 5. Lesson 4

Complete the following sentences with a / an, the or no article.
1. Text One is very difficult.
2. There is a new word in the second text.
3. There are new words in Text Two.
4. I don’t like Lesson Twenty. It is a easy lesson.
5. Have you bought Book Two?
6. What is the date today? – It’s the second of November.
7. We had six lessons last Wednesday.
8. Who was the first president of the United States?
9. When did Jack London write his first book?
10. Is it your fifth visit to the British Museum?
Complete the following sentences with a / an, the or no article.
1. Are you on the phone?
2. There is a telephone on the desk.
3. Do you like to listen to the radio or watch TV in the evening.
4. – Wait a minute, please. – Sorry, I can’t. I’m in a hurry.
5. Alan’s grandmother always speaks in a very low voice.
6. “Why are you late?” Bob asked in an angry voice.
7. “It’s fantastic!” he said in a loud voice.
8. It takes me an hour to clean the kitchen.
9. There are four weeks in a month.
10. This newspaper comes out six times a week.
What tense should be used if the sentence has one of these words?
1. now – Present Continuous
2. at the moment – Present Continuous
3. recently – Present Perfect
4. the other day – Past Simple
5. last week – Past Simple
6. this week – Present Simple
7. next week – Future Simple
8. already – Present Perfect
9. lately – Present Perfect
10. the day before yesterday – Past Simple
Which is right? Complete the sentences.
1. At the moment the delegation is arriving at the station.
2. The delegation has just arrived at the station.
3. The delegation arrived at the station this morning.
4. The delegation has already arrived at the station.
5. The delegation arrived at the station two hours ago.
6. I am staying at the Sputnik Hotel. I’ll be happy to see you tonight.
7. When I visit Moscow I usually stay at the Sputnik Hotel.
8. I think next time he will stay at the Sputnik Hotel.
9. I was in Moscow two years ago. I stayed at the Sputnik Hotel.
10. I have never stayed at the Sputnik Hotel. Is it a good hotel?
Use the words in brackets to complete the sentences.
1. He has already bought a ticket to London.
2. Не has never bought train tickets.
3. He bought the ticket the other day.
4. He bought the ticket two hours ago.
5. He usually buys tickets himself.
6. He is buying a ticket at the moment.
7. He has just bought the ticket.
8. He has bought eleven tickets this month.
9. He bought eleven tickets last month.
10. He has bought eleven tickets lately.
Complete the sentences. Use the Present Indefinite or the Present Perfect.
1. The Coopers live in Liverpool.
2. The Coopers have always lived in Liverpool.
3. The Coopers have lived in Liverpool since 1993.
4. The Coopers have lived in Liverpool for two years.
5. I want to be a doctor.
6. I have always wanted to be a doctor.
7. We have had this house since December.
8. Mrs. Norman has known him since 1980.
9. She knows him very well.
10. She has always known him.
Make questions with Who. (Who is the subject of a sentence.) Write short answers.
1. Who is already bought a ticket to New York? I have.
2. Who bought the tickets 3 days ago? They did.
3. Who going to buy ticket to London? we are.
4. Who has always wanted to visit the museum? They have.
5. Who is work hard recently? They have.
6. Who work hard last month? They did.
7. Who was interested in geography? They were.
8. Who has been always interested in history? They have.
9. Who lives in London? His parents do.
10. who has always lived London? His parents have.
Write sentences as in the examples.
1 What a tasty apple! Is the tastiest apple I have ever eaten!
2. What a big tomato! It’s the biggest tomato I have ever seen!
3. What a funny story! It’s the funniest story he had ever written!
4. What an expensive coffee! It’s the most expensive coffee I have ever bought!
5. What a comfortable train! It’s the most comfortable train I have ever seen!
6. What lazy pupil! He’s the laziest pupil I have ever taught!
7. What the fast car! It’s the fastest I have ever seen!
8. What a fantastic trip! It’s the most fantastic trip I have ever had!
9. What the bad present! It’s the worst present she has ever chosen!
10. What a good song! It’s the best song we have ever sung!
Which is right? Complete the sentences.
1. He has never been to Omsk.
2. I have always wanted to see these.
3. Have you ever met his aunt?
4. Have you learnt the new words already?
5. – Who has been to Canada? – They have.
6. They have a lot of work to do, don’t they?
7. There is nobody in the classroom.
8. It is the cheapest ticket I have ever bought.
9. – The bike is too expensive for me. Have you got a cheaper bike? – Sorry, this is the cheapest bike we have.
10. Does it often happen?
Correct each sentence. Do not change the underlined words.
1. I haven’t bought the textbook yet.
2. I have always known him.
3. Have you read Part Two?
4. She has just seen the film.
5. The Williams usually have three meals a day.
6. He often goes to North America, but he has never been in South America!
7. I didn’t buy the ticket yesterday.
8. “Look at the last sentence?” said Mike’s teacher in an angry voice.
9. There is no snow in the street.
10. Who has got much luggage? – We have.