Барашкова по Биболетовой, 6. Часть 2. Unit 7

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Complete the following sentences with “a / an, the” or no article.
1. You can’t make sandwiches without bread.
2. Who made the sandwiches? I don’t like them.
3. A supper is an evening meal.
4. Tea is a meal in the afternoon.
5. People can’t live without water.
6. There is no other water so clean as the water in this lake.
7. I’m thirsty. Could you bring me a glass of water?
8. Could you pass me water, please?
9. The milk is not fresh. Don’t give it to little Tom.
10. Have a look! There is water on the floor!
Complete the following sentences with “a, the” or no article.
1. I have never seen such a big apple.
2. I have never seen such old trees.
3. I have never eaten such hot soup.
4. He missed the last bus again.
5. It happened last week.
6. They are in North America for the first time.
7. The weather in the south of Russia is sunny and warm.
8. I don’t like such a rainy weather.
9. What a comfortable kitchen!
10. What a terrible weather we are having!
Complete the sentences as in the examples.
— Whose bag is it? (Mary)
— It is Mary’s bag.
— Whose books are these? (Ann)
— They are Ann’s books.
1. — Whose desk is that? (Mike)
— It’s Mike’s desk.
2. — Whose book is it? (my brother)
— It’s my brother’s book.
3. — Whose umbrella is it? (Mr Brown)
— It’s Mr Brown’s umbrella.
4. — Whose key is that? (the doctor)
— It’s the doctor’s key.
5. — Whose telephone number is this? (the Parkers)
— It’s the Parkers’ telephone number.
6. — Whose address is this? (our friends)
— It’s our friends’ address.
7. — Whose photos are those? (the Hills)
— They are the Hills’ photos.
8. — Whose bags are those? (my grandmother)
— They are my grandmother’s bags.
9. — Whose garden is this? (her grandmother)
— It’s her grandmother’s garden.
10. — Whose dog is that? (his aunt)
— It’s his aunt’s dog.
Write the plural.
1. This is a new video tape. These are new video tapes.
2. That is his postcard. Those are his postcards.
3. There is an interesting story in the book. There are interesting stories in the book.
4. The farmer likes his sheep. The fanners like their sheep.
5. I like that country. I like those countries.
6. This businessman is from Africa. These businessmen are from Africa.
7. Look at that beautiful leaf. Look at those beautiful leaves.
8. The baby is listening to a poem. The babies are listening to poems.
9. The boy will talk about his pet. The boys will talk about their pets.
10. The child is fond of this game. The choldren are fond of these games.
Fill in “What a” or “What”.
1. What a cold day!
2. What cold milk!
3. What a cold weather!
4. What a wonderful day!
5. What wonderful days!
6. What a wonderful weather!
7. What wonderful people!
8. What a terrible weather!
9. What a terrible day!
10. What terrible stories!
Comptete the sentences as in the examples.
— Have you got а more beautiful hat?
— I’m sorry. It’s the most beautiful hat we’ve got.
1. (good)
— Have you got a better chair?
— I’m sorry. It’s the best chair we’ve got.
2. (interesting)
— Have you got a more interesting book?
— I’m sorry. It’s the most interesting book we’ve got.
3. (comfortable)
— Have you got a more comfortable sofa?
— I’m sorry. It’s the most comfortable comfortable we’ve got.
4. (big)
— Have you got а bigger box?
— I’m sorry, it’s the biggest box we’ve got.
5. (short)
— Have you got shorter trousers!
— I’m sorry. They’re the shortest trousers we’ve got.
6. (tasty)
— Have you got a tastier cake!
— I’m sorry. It’s the tastiest cake we’ve got.
7. (sweet)
— Have you got sweeter apples!
— I’m sorry. They’re the sweetest apples we’ve got.
8. (colourful)
— Have you got more colourful postcards?
— I’m sorry. They’re the most colourful postcards we’ve got.
9. (difficult)
— Have you got a more difficult puzzle?
— I’m sorry. It’s the most difficult puzzle we’ve got.
10. (easy)
— Have you got an easier game?
— I’m sorry. It’s the easiest game we’ve got.
Make questions. Give short answers.
1. Do you get up at 6 o’clock? — No, I don’t.
2. Is he playing football? — Yes, he is.
3. Does he get up at 8 o’clock? — No, he doesn’t.
4. Are you doing your homework? — Yes, I am.
5. Do you do your homework every day? — Yes, I do.
6. Does it often rain in England? — Yes, it does.
7. Is it raining? — Yes, it is.
8. Does it sometimes snow in March? — Yes, it does.
9. Is it snowing? — Yes, it is.
10. Is it cloudy now? — Yes, it is.
Make questions. Give short answers.
1. Is he eating salad? Yes, he is. (He is eating salad).
2. Does he eat salad? Yea, he does.(He eats salad.)
3. Are they doing their homework at the moment? Yes, they are. (They are doing their homework at the moment.)
4. Do they do their homework after school? Yes, they do. (They do their homework after school.)
5. Is she working on the computer? Yes, she is. (She is working on the computer.)
6. Is she cooking meat? Yes, she is. (She is cooking meat.)
7. Does she cook meat? Yes, she does. (She cooks meat.)
8. Has she got many apples? Yes, she has. (She has got a lot of apples.)
9. Did she have a good time? Yes, she did. (She had a good time.)
10. Will she have five lessons tomorrow? Yes, she will. (She will have five lessons tomorrow.)
Make questions.
— The pupils know the verbs.
— Who knows the verbs?
1. — Ted began to work.
— Who began to work?
2. — My friends were kind to him.
— Who was kind to him?
3. — His parents teach him to play chess.
— Who teaches him to play chess?
4. — My sisters often use the computer.
— Who uses the computer?
5. — They often do sums.
— Who often does sums?
6. — They want to make friends with the driver.
— Who wants to make friends with the driver?
7 — They were friendly.
– Who was friendly?
8. — The girls have got a good collection of postcards.
— Who has got a good collection of postcards?
9. — The children keep the room clean.
— Who keeps the room clean?
10. — His grandparents will be happy to make friends with her.
— Who will be happy to make friends with her?
Complete the sentences. The Present Continuous or the Present Simple?
1. — I think she is crying (cry).
— I am sure she is. She often cries (cry).
2. The little girl said to the Wolf: “My Granny isn’t (not / be) very well. I am taking (take) her some nice things to eat”.
3. I am not talking (talk) to you! You must listen to me!
4. Look! A cat is running (run) across the stadium!
5. She is (be) a good pupil. She always does (do) her work well.
6. I think (think) he will come to see us.
7. Be quiet, please! I am thinking (think) about this problem.
8. I think (think) they will be late.
9. Now I want (want) to talk to you about the party.
10. What language is she speaking (speak) now? I don’t understand (not / understand) anything.
Complete the sentences with the the verbs.
1. He washed (wash) his car last Saturday.
2. He is washing (wash) his car at the moment.
3. He often washes (wash) his car.
4. We bought (buy) the chair a month ago.
5. They have made (make) friends when were (be) little children.
6. She is doing (do) a grammar exercise now.
7. She is a pupil. She often does (do) grammar exercises.
8. She did (do) the exercise an hour ago.
9. His grandfather has worked (work) at the cliff when he was (be) young.
10. Don’t ask him any questions now. He is working (work).
Translate into English.
buy chocolate, do homework, get up at 6 o’clock, learn new words, meet smb at school, swim in the river, take an umbrella, tell smb about my plans, write letter
1. Я никогда не плаваю в реке. I never swim in the river.
2. Я никогда не рассказываю ему о своих планах. I never tell him about my plans.
3. Я никогда не покупаю шоколад. I never buy chocolate.
4. Я никогда не встречаю его в школе. I never meet him at school.
5. Я никогда не беру зонт. I never take an umbrella.
6. Он никогда не учит новые слова. Не never learns new words.
7. Она никогда не делает домашнюю работу. She never does her homework.
8. Аня никогда не встает в 6 часов. Ann never gets up at 6 o’clock.
9. Джек никогда не пишет письма. Jack never writes letters.
10. Они никогда не выигрывают. They never win.
Fill in the table.
1. buy bought bought
2. catch caught caught
3. put put put
4. come came come
5. eat ate eaten
6. make made made
7. get got got
8. draw drew drawn
9. do did done
10. leave left left
Write negative sentences. Use the Present Perfect.
1. (work) She hasn’t worked there.
2. (meet) I haven’t met him.
3. (read) They haven’t read the story.
4. (buy) We haven’t bought the game.
5. (live) She hasn’t lived in London.
6. (bring) He hasn’t brought the cassette.
7. (cook) You haven’t cooked bananas.
8. (wash) I haven’t washed the floor.
9. (see) It hasn’t seen the boy.
10. (open) I haven’t opened the window.
Fill in the table.
1. see saw seen
2. say said said
3. speak spoke spoken
4. tell told told
5. buy bought bought
6. bring brought brought
7. think thought thought
8. teach taught taught
9. catch caught caught
10. have had had
Complete the sentences as in the examples. Use the Present Perfect or the Past Simple.
(he / translate)
He has translated the text.
He translated the text an hour ago.
1. (they / be)
They have been to London.
They were in London in 2005.
2. (she / be)
She has been to South Africa.
She was in South Africa two years ago.
3. (I / be)
I have been to Wales.
I was in Wales last year.
4. (he / have breakfast)
He has had breakfast.
He had breakfast ten minutes ago.
5. (we / finish)
We have finished the work.
We finished the work an hour ago.
6. (he / clean)
He has cleaned his room.
He cleaned his room last Saturday.
7. (they / build)
They have built a house.
They built a house last month.
8. (she / come)
She has come.
She came a minute ago.
9. (we / invite)
We have invited him.
We invited him on Wednesday.
10. (we / buy)
We have bought a present for Granny.
We bought a present for Granny yesterday.
Use the words in brackets to complete the sentences. The Present Perfect or the Past Simple?
1. You have never told (never / tell) me what happened (happen) to you when you were (be) there.
2. He has already told (already / tell) Bob my story.
3. Yesterday he told (tell) me everything.
4. How many words did you learn (learn) yesterday?
5. How many words have you learnt (learn) this morning?
6. How many words did you learn (learn) today?
7. How many words have you already learnt (already / learn)?
8. Something unusual has happened (happen).
9. Something unusual happened (happen) last week.
10. What happened (happen) to him yesterday?
Write questions.
1. — How many apple trees did he have in his garden?
— Three. (He had three apple trees in his garden.)
2. — How many lessons did they have last Thursday?
— Seven. (They had seven lessons last Thursday.)
3. — How manytickets did she buy.
— Three. (She bought three tickets.)
4. — How many children did she see?
— Five. (She saw five children.)
5. — What have they cleaned?
— The kitchen. (They have cleaned the kitchen.)
6. — Where does her uncle work?
— In a hospital. (Her uncle works in a hospital.)
7. — When does Ann buy sandals?
— In winter. (Ann buys sandals in winter.)
8. — Why did Ann buy sandals?
— She liked the colour. (Ann bought the sandals because she liked the colour.)
9. — When did you see him?
— An hour ago. (I saw him an hour ago.)
10. — How many cassettes is he going to buy?
— Two. (He is going to buy two cassettes.)
Use the words in brackets to complete the sentences.
1. Our new teacher is (be) great. He teaches (teach) well.
2. Please listen! I am talking (talk) to you.
3. Look at his face! Do you think he is telling (tell) the truth?
4. He often tells (tell) lies.
5. He has just told (just / tell) me the news.
6. Look! Little John is playing (play) chess! I don’t beleive (not / believe) my eyes!
7. My brother was writing (write) his first poem when he waas (be) eight.
8. Have you read (read) any interesting books this month?
9. Did you read (read) any interesting books last month?
10. You are the cleverest boy I have ever seen (ever / see).
Use the words in brackets to complete the sentences.
1. He has already bought (already / buy) a ticket to London.
2. Он никогда не покупал билеты на поезд. Не has never bought (never / buy) train tickets.
3. He bought (buy) the ticket the other day.
4. He bought (buy) the ticket two hours ago.
5. He usually buys (buy) tickets himself.
6. He is buying (buy) a ticket at the moment.
7. He has just bought (just / buy) the ticket.
8. He has bought (buy) eleven tickets this month.
9. He bought (buy) eleven tickets last month.
10. He has bought (buy) eleven tickets lately.
Write questions as in the example.
— She has left school.
– When did she leave school?
1. — They have read the book.
— When did they read the book?
2. — She has seen the film.
— When did she see the film?
3. — He has met Mr Jackson.
— When did he meet Mr Jackson?
4. — She has had lunch.
— When did she have lunch?
5. — The businessmen have arrived.
— When did the bussinesmen arrive?
6. — I have bought the cassette.
— When did you buy the cassettes?
7. — They have been to India.
— When did they be in India?
8. — He has been to England.
— When did he be in England?
9. — She has been to London.
— When did she be to London?
10. — They have been to Moscow.
— When did they be in Moscow?
Translate into English.
1. уже — already
2. еще не — not yet
3. только что — just
4. недавно — recently
5. на днях — the other day
6. в этом месяце — this month
7. в прошлом году — last year
8. в следующем году — next year
9. в данный момент — at the moment
10. два дня назад — two days ago
Fill in “a / an” where necessary.
1. It’s such a lovely house.
2. She’s such a lovely girl.
3. They are such clever children.
4. I have never seen such a nice orange.
5. I have never seen such old coins.
6. I have never used such hot water.
7. Nobody likes such a rainy weather.
8. It’s such a hot day.
9. I have never heard such a terrible music.
10. Have you ever seen such a nice puppy?
Write sentences as in the examples.
(bike / cheap / see)
What a cheap bike! It’s the cheapest bike I have ever seen.
1. (apple / tasty / eat)
What a tasty apple! It’s the tastiest apple I have ever eaten!
2. (tomato / big / see)
What a big tomato! It’s the biggest tomato I have ever seen!
3. (story / funny / write)
What a funny story! It’s the funniest story he has ever written!
4. (coffee / bad / buy)
What a bad coffee! It’s the worst coffee I have ever bought!
5. (train / comfortable / see)
What a comfortable train! It’s the most comfortable train I have ever seen!
6. (pupil / lazy / teach)
What a lazy pupil! He’s the laziest pupil I have ever taught!
7. (car / fast / see)
What a fast car! It’s the fastest car I have ever seen!
8. (trip / fantastic / have)
What a fantastic trip! It’s the most fantastic trip I have ever had!
9. (present / bad / choose)
What a bad present! It’s the worst present she has ever chosen!
10. (song / good / sing)
What a good song! It’s the best song we have ever sung!
Fill in the words from the list.
ago at in (2) last never next now yesterday yet
1. He worked here in 2003.
2. He has never worked here.
3. He started to work here three years ago.
4. He didn’t work here in 1999.
5. He didn’t work here yesterday.
6. He hasn’t worked here yet.
7. He worked here last summer.
8. He is going to work here next summer.
9. Don’t ask him any questions. He is working now.
10. I think he will start to work at 8 o’clock.
Complete the sentences.
1. Sorry, I can’t talk to you now. I am having (have) lunch.
2. What are (be) your plans for the summer? Have you spent (spend) a month in the country?
3. I don’t remember (not / remember) Nina’s address. Can you help me?
4. Is this your first visit to Moscow? Have you been (be) to Moscow before? When did you visit (visit) Moscow?
5. — Why did you go (go) to bed early yesterday? — I was (be) tired.
6. When do you usually leave (leave) the house?
7. Granny, were you wearing (wear) a uniform when you were (be) at school?
8. — Is he living (live) in this town now? — Yes, he does. He has lived (live) in Moscow before.
9. It isn’t cold today. Why are you wearing (wear) a coat?
10. I am still doing (do) my homework. I haven’t done (not / do) my homework yet.
Which is right? Complete the sentences.
1. At the moment the delegation is arriving (arrives / is arriving / will arrive) at the station.
2. The delegation has just arrived (arrives / arrived / has arrived) at the station.
3. The delegation arrives (arrives / arrived / has arrived) at the station this morning.
4. The delegation has already arrived (arrives / arrived / has arrived) at the station.
5. The delegation arrived (arrives / arrived / has arrived) at the station two hours ago.
6. I am staying (stay / am staying / stayed) at the Sputnik Hotel. I’ll be happy to see you tonight.
7. When I visit Moscow I usually stay (stay / am staying / stayed) at the Sputnik Hotel.
8. I think next time he will stay (stays / is staying / will stay) at the Sputnik Hotel.
9. I was in Moscow two years ago. I stayed (stay / stayed / have stayed) at the Sputnik Hotel.
10. I have never stayed (am staying / stayed / have stayed) at the Sputnik Hotel. Is it a good hotel?
Complete these sentences with a question tag.
1. The milk isn’t in the glass, is it?
2. There is some milk in the glass, isn’t there?
3. Mrs Brown’s son had a flat in London, didn’t he?
4. There is no garden behind their house, isn’t there?
5. You keep your things in this box, don’t you?
6. You like your new flat, don’t you?
7. You don’t like meat, do you?
8. You never eat sweets, do you?
9. He’s translating a text, isn’t he?
10. He’s translated the text, hasn’t he?
Which is right? Complete the sentences.
1. It sometimes snows (snow / snows / is snowing) here in November.
2. It never snows (snow / snows / is snowing) here in October.
3. It snowed (snow / snows / is snowing / snowed) yesterday.
4. There is much snow (snow / snows / is snowing / snowed) in the forest in March.
5. It is snowing (snow / snows / is snowing / snowed) again. Let’s play indoors.
6. It is raining (rain / rams / is raining / rained) again. We can’t play outdoors now.
7. It never rains (rain / rains / is raining) here in August.
8. It rained (rain / rains / is raining / rained) three days ago.
9. It often rained (rain / rains / is raining / rained) last autumn.
10. It sometimes rained (rain / rains / is raining / rained) there last winter.
Correct each sentence.
1. He has got different stamps.
2. The book is very interesting.
3. What interesting books!
4. Have уou ever been to the Bolshoi Theatre?
5 Do you usually do manу exercises?
6 Don’t say that уou are clever.
7. He often says to me that he is very busy.
8. When did you do your homework?
9. They are working now.
10. Listen! Jane is crying.
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