Контрольная работа по английскому языку
по теме Present Simple – Present Progressive
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When you usually (to come) home from school? – I (to come) at three o'clock.
Where your cousin (to work)? – He (to work) at a hospital.
My cousin (to go) to school every day.
My mother (not to play) the piano now. She (to play) the piano in the morning.
When you (to listen) to the news on the radio?
Who (to make) breakfast for you now?
It (to be) six o'clock in the evening now. Victor (to do) his homework. His sister (to read) a book. His mother and grandmother (to talk).
You (to read) a magazine and (to think) about your holiday at the moment?
They (to be) good dancers but they (not to go) to discos very often.
What she (to talk) about right now?
I (not to know) what to give my brother for his holiday.
They (to want) to publish this book in July?
I (to have) no time now. I (to have) dinner.
Where Tom and Nick (to be) now? – They (to have) a smoke in the garden.
What you (to do) her now? – We (to listen) to tape recordings.
Michael (to know) German rather well. He (to want) to know English, too, but he (to have) little time for it now.
What magazine you (to read)? – It (to be) a French magazine. There (to be) good articles on sports here. You (to be) interested in sports? – Yes, I … . But I (not to know) French.
We (to have) an English lesson now.
In the evening I often (to go) to see my friends.
On Sunday we sometimes (to go) to the cinema or to a disco club.
Andrew (to get) up very early as he (to live) far from school. He (to be) never late.
I (to write) a letter to my grandmother who (to live) in Novgorod. I (to write) to her very often.
You (to keep) to any special diet? – Well, I (not to think) it (to be) good to eat a lot of meat, I usually (to have) meat only once a week. I (to eat) lots of fruit and vegetables.
Hello, Pete, where you (to go)? – I (to hurry) to school.
When your lesson (to begin) on Monday? – They (to begin) at nine o'clock.
Where your sister (to be)? – She (to do) her homework in the next room.
It usually (to take) me an hour to do my written exercises.
Where Boris (to be)? I (to look) for him. – He (to have) dinner.
I (to look) for a cassette recorder. You (to have) anything on sale? – Take a look at this little Sonic Walkman. – No, I (not to want) that kind. – Well, this Super sound might interest you. It (to be) a good size, it (to be) stereo and it (to be) a radio to listen to the news.
My father (not to sleep) now. He (to work) in the garden.
I usually (to get up) at seven o'clock in the morning.
What your sister (to do) now? – She (to wash) her face and hands.
Your family (to leave) St Petersburg in summer? – Yes, we always (to go) to the seaside. We all (to like) the sea. Mother (to stay) with us to the end of August, but father (to return) much earlier.