Барашкова, 5. Lesson 5

Complete the following sentences with an, the or no article.
1. I never have coffee for breakfast.
2. Wait a minute. The coffee is hot.
3. Betty’s parents are fond of music. Her mother can play the piano, her father can play the guitar.
4. Somebody is playing the violin. Do you like music?
5. Is there salt in the cupboard?
6. Where is salt? Could you pass the salt, please?
7. Bears like honey.
8. Where did you buy the honey? I like it very much.
9. There is honey in the fridge.
10. There is a sandwich in the lunchbox.
Complete the following sentences with the or no article.
1. Where is St Paul’s cathedral? – It’s in the City.
2. Where is the Tretyakov Gallery? – It’s in the centre of Moscow.
3. Have you been to the Museum of Fine Arts?
4. Is the National Gallery far from the British Museum?
5. Is Red Square bigger than Trafalgar Square?
6. We’ll speak about- the Tower of London at the end of the lesson.
7. Who lives in Buckingham Palace?
8. The houses of Parliament stand beside the Thames.
9. What can you tell us about thе Pacific Ocean?
10. Nina’s sisters want to be students of the Moscow University.
Write the plural.
1. Agatha Christie wrote a lot of novels, plays and stories.
2. There are two pianos in the classroom.
3. Are there any tomatoes in the fridge?
4. How many galleries are there in the city?
5. Nick is fond of reading biographies of popular actors and sportsmen.
6. I am fond of watching comedies.
7. Mrs. Turner’s baby has only four teeth.
8. I am not afraid of mice.
9. The children must wash their feet.
10. She doesn’t like to speak about her hobbies.
Write what they are going to do.
1. I am going to visit my Granny.
2. He is going to work in the garden.
3. She is going to buy a new bike next spring.
4. He is going to invite his aunt to the party.
5. We are going to wash our car.
6. My grandparents are going to cook dinner.
7. Mummy is going to make a cake.
8. My little sister is going to sing a song for them.
9. They are going to stay at a hotel.
10. I am going to do my homework.
Write what actions they have already planned. Use the Present Continuous.
1. She is meeting him at the airport.
2. He is going to the dentist.
3. They are staying at the Grand Hotel.
4. We are having a party.
5. Ted is going by car.
6. Ann is travelling for London.
7. Ted and Ann are playing chess.
8. I am having lunch with Mr. Smith.
9. My friend and I are cleaning our classroom.
10. My friend is flying to Amsterdam.
Write what they have just decided to do. Use the Future Indefinite.
1. I’m hungry. – OK. I shall cook porridge for you.
2. I haven’t eaten anything since morning. – OK. I shall make a sandwich for you.
3. We haven’t got any vegetables. – OK. I shall buy some potatoes and tomatoes.
4. Bob doesn’t understand this exercise. – OK. I shall explain it to him.
5. Nick has a headache. – I shall call the doctor.
6. Tim wants to come to the party. – OK. We shall invite him.
7. He wants to see you. – OK. I shall visit him today.
8. Mother is busy today. – OK. I shall do the shopping myself.
9. I can’t find my exercise-book. Can you help rue? – OK. I shall look for it.
10. He is angry when somebody is late. – OK. I shall get up at six o’clock.
Put the verb in brackets into the most suitable form of the future.
1. “It’s very hot.” – “I shall open the window.”
2. Granny wants to talk to you. – OK. I shall phone her today.
3. I won’t tell her anything. I promise.
4. I’m sorry, Mr. Brown can’t see you tomorrow morning, he is flying to Paris.
5. Mrs. Spencer will meet Mrs. Phillips in the office at two o’clock tomorrow.
6. We usually go to the South in summer. We went to Yalta last year. Next year we shall spend our holidays in Sochi.
7. – A cheese sandwich or a cake? – I think I shall have a cheese sandwich.
8. I can’t come tomorrow. I am having a party.
9. Next Friday we are having a meeting. Our teacher will come.
10. Let’s have a party next Friday. – That’s a good idea. I am sure our teacher will come.
Ask a question about the information underlined in each of the following sentences using how, how long, how many, what (2), what game, when, where, who, why.
l. – When is he going to come? – He is going to come tomorrow.
2. – How will they travel by? – They will travel by train.
3. – What game they going to play? – They are going to play hockey.
4. – Where is she going to stay? – She is staying at a hotel.
5. – How long are they going to stay there? – They are going to stay there for five days.
6. – What will she do? – She will call the doctor.
7. – Who is meeting Mr. Brown tomorrow? – John is meeting Mr. Brown tomorrow,
8. – How many cassettes is Ted going to buy? – Ted is going to buy three cassettes.
9. – Why is Kate going to buy the book? – Kate is going to buy the book, because she likes the pictures.
10. – What is Jerry doing tomorrow? – Jerry is having lunch with Mr. Clark tomorrow.
Which is right? Complete the sentences.
1. He will understand everything. I am sure.
2. Don’t phone her tomorrow morning. She is having a meeting.
3. She had a meeting the other day.
4. I will leave Vladivostok next Sunday.
5. He has never been to Vladivostok.
6. I have always wanted to visit the British Museum.
7. He has known the Parkers since 1998.
8. They have lived in Manchester for five years.
9. I haven’t seen her for a long time either.
10. You had a very interesting trip last summer, didn’t you?
Correct each sentence. Do not change the underlined words,
1. He is going to visit the British Museum next week.
2. I think it will happen.
3. I am going to London next Sunday. Here is my ticket.
4. There is sour cream in the fridge. – I know, but the sour cream is not good!
5. What are your plans? Are you coming tomorrow?
6. We don’t have any butter. – OK. I’m going to buy some.
7. There was no cloud in the sky.
8. I like pancakes, but I never eat them with honey. I usually have pancakes with jam.
9. I have never been to Manchester.
10. He has never studied Spanish either.