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Лексико-грамматические карточки для учащихся 5-6 классов к учебнику "Enjoy English"

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Поделитесь материалом с коллегами:

Fill in the missing letters.

a_t h_st_ry _hysi_al educ_ti_n sc_enc_

t_m_table _nifo_m l_ter_tur_ dr_ma ma_ _s

in_orma_ion tec_nolog_



Fill in the missing letters.

a_t h_st_ry _hysi_al educ_ti_n sc_enc_

t_m_table _nifo_m l_ter_tur_ dr_ma ma_ _s

in_orma_ion tec_nolog_



Fill in the missing letters.

a_t h_st_ry _hysi_al educ_ti_n sc_enc_

t_m_table _nifo_m l_ter_tur_ dr_ma ma_ _s

in_orma_ion tec_nolog_



Fill in the missing letters.

a_t h_st_ry _hysi_al educ_ti_n sc_enc_

t_m_table _nifo_m l_ter_tur_ dr_ma ma_ _s

in_orma_ion tec_nolog_



Fill in the missing letters.

a_t h_st_ry _hysi_al educ_ti_n sc_enc_

t_m_table _nifo_m l_ter_tur_ dr_ma ma_ _s

in_orma_ion tec_nolog_



Fill in the missing letters.

a_t h_st_ry _hysi_al educ_ti_n sc_enc_

t_m_table _nifo_m l_ter_tur_ dr_ma ma_ _s

in_orma_ion tec_nolog_




Complete the sentences with the words: Maths, History, Drama, P.E., Literature, Science.

1. We often learn poems by heart in … .

2. We act out plays, sing and dance in … .

3. We read stories about animals and birds in … .

4. We play basketball, volleyball, run and jump in … .

5. We can find out some facts about people and events of the past in … .

6. We count and do different tasks in … .


Complete the sentences with the words: Maths, History, Drama, P.E., Literature, Science.

1. We often learn poems by heart in … .

2. We act out plays, sing and dance in … .

3. We read stories about animals and birds in … .

4. We play basketball, volleyball, run and jump in … .

5. We can find out some facts about people and events of the past in … .

6. We count and do different tasks in … .



Complete the sentences with the words: Maths, History, Drama, P.E., Literature, Science.

1. We often learn poems by heart in … .

2. We act out plays, sing and dance in … .

3. We read stories about animals and birds in … .

4. We play basketball, volleyball, run and jump in … .

5. We can find out some facts about people and events of the past in … .

6. We count and do different tasks in … .



Complete the sentences with the words: Maths, History, Drama, P.E., Literature, Science.

1. We often learn poems by heart in … .

2. We act out plays, sing and dance in … .

3. We read stories about animals and birds in … .

4. We play basketball, volleyball, run and jump in … .

5. We can find out some facts about people and events of the past in … .

6. We count and do different tasks in … .










Write down the numbers and the letters of the correct variant.

1. I … to school every day.

a) go; b) will go; c) went

2. My mother … Moscow last year.

a) visits; b) will visit; c) visited

3. She … good English. She is my friend.

a) speaks; b) will speak; c) spoke

4. I … to the village next summer.

a) go; b) will go; c) went

5. My father often … food in this supermarket.

a) buys; b) will buy; c) bought



Write down the numbers and the letters of the correct variant.

1. I … to school every day.

a) go; b) will go; c) went

2. My mother … Moscow last year.

a) visits; b) will visit; c) visited

3. She … good English. She is my friend.

a) speaks; b) will speak; c) spoke

4. I … to the village next summer.

a) go; b) will go; c) went

5. My father often … food in this supermarket.

a) buys; b) will buy; c) bought




Write down the numbers and the letters of the correct variant.

1. I … to school every day.

a) go; b) will go; c) went

2. My mother … Moscow last year.

a) visits; b) will visit; c) visited

3. She … good English. She is my friend.

a) speaks; b) will speak; c) spoke

4. I … to the village next summer.

a) go; b) will go; c) went

5. My father often … food in this supermarket.

a) buys; b) will buy; c) bought









Write down the numbers and the letters of the correct variant.

1. I usually … my Granny on Saturday.

a) visits; b) visited; c) visit; d) will visit

2. There … 30 pupils in our class last year.

a) were; b) was; c) are; d) is

3. I can … English very well.

a) spoke; b) speaks; c) speak; d) will speak

4. … they go to the Zoo with us next week?

a) shall; b) will; c) do; d) did

5. I … to my friend’s place yesterday.

a) goed; b) went; c) goes; d) will go

6. He will not … his holidays in America.

a) spent; b) spended; c) spends; d) spend

7. My pencil … on the table yesterday. My mother … it in the box.

a) was not, put; b) are not, put; c) were not, put; d) was not, puts

8. Do you like … to school? Yes, I … .

a) to go, did; b) go, do; c) to go, do; d) to go, don’t

9. We learn how to use computers at … lessons.

a) I.T.; b) Literature; c) Drama; d) Maths

10. She wanted to … us about her brother.

a) say; b) tell; c) speak; d) show


Write down the numbers and the letters of the correct variant.

1. I usually … my Granny on Saturday.

a) visits; b) visited; c) visit; d) will visit

2. There … 30 pupils in our class last year.

a) were; b) was; c) are; d) is

3. I can … English very well.

a) spoke; b) speaks; c) speak; d) will speak

4. … they go to the Zoo with us next week?

a) shall; b) will; c) do; d) did

5. I … to my friend’s place yesterday.

a) goed; b) went; c) goes; d) will go

6. He will not … his holidays in America.

a) spent; b) spended; c) spends; d) spend

7. My pencil … on the table yesterday. My mother … it in the box.

a) was not, put; b) are not, put; c) were not, put; d) was not, puts

8. Do you like … to school? Yes, I … .

a) to go, did; b) go, do; c) to go, do; d) to go, don’t

9. We learn how to use computers at … lessons.

a) I.T.; b) Literature; c) Drama; d) Maths

10. She wanted to … us about her brother.

a) say; b) tell; c) speak; d) show




Translate the words in brackets from Russian into English.

1. His favourite subject is (математика) .

2.He had a funny (прозвище) when he was studying at school.

3. What is her (возраст)?

4. It is difficult for him to study (иностранные) languages.

5. My mother wants me to wear (школьную форму).


Translate the words in brackets from Russian into English.

1. His favourite subject is (математика) .

2.He had a funny (прозвище) when he was studying at school.

3. What is her (возраст)?

4. It is difficult for him to study (иностранные) languages.

5. My mother wants me to wear (школьную форму).



Translate the words in brackets from Russian into English.

1. His favourite subject is (математика) .

2.He had a funny (прозвище) when he was studying at school.

3. What is her (возраст)?

4. It is difficult for him to study (иностранные) languages.

5. My mother wants me to wear (школьную форму).



Translate the words in brackets from Russian into English.

1. His favourite subject is (математика) .

2.He had a funny (прозвище) when he was studying at school.

3. What is her (возраст)?

4. It is difficult for him to study (иностранные) languages.

5. My mother wants me to wear (школьную форму).



Translate the words in brackets from Russian into English.

1. His favourite subject is (математика) .

2.He had a funny (прозвище) when he was studying at school.

3. What is her (возраст)?

4. It is difficult for him to study (иностранные) languages.

5. My mother wants me to wear (школьную форму).



Translate the words in brackets from Russian into English.

1. His favourite subject is (математика) .

2.He had a funny (прозвище) when he was studying at school.

3. What is her (возраст)?

4. It is difficult for him to study (иностранные) languages.

5. My mother wants me to wear (школьную форму).


Find mistakes in the words and correct them.

I am Ann. I am from Britain. I study in the fifth form and lern Histori, Rusian, Mafs, Drama and some other sabjects. I like to study langviges and Sience.




Find mistakes in the words and correct them.

I am Ann. I am from Britain. I study in the fifth form and lern Histori, Rusian, Mafs, Drama and some other sabjects. I like to study langviges and Sience.






Find mistakes in the words and correct them.

I am Ann. I am from Britain. I study in the fifth form and lern Histori, Rusian, Mafs, Drama and some other sabjects. I like to study langviges and Sience.






Find mistakes in the words and correct them.

I am Ann. I am from Britain. I study in the fifth form and lern Histori, Rusian, Mafs, Drama and some other sabjects. I like to study langviges and Sience.






Find mistakes in the words and correct them.

I am Ann. I am from Britain. I study in the fifth form and lern Histori, Rusian, Mafs, Drama and some other sabjects. I like to study langviges and Sience.






Find mistakes in the words and correct them.

I am Ann. I am from Britain. I study in the fifth form and lern Histori, Rusian, Mafs, Drama and some other sabjects. I like to study langviges and Sience.






Complete the dialogues:

1. – Are you ready with your …?

- Yes, of course. I learned … and listened to the … .

2. - … down your homework, please. You will … the poem.

- Shall we … the poem by heart?

- Yes, we shall. Prepare good reading for … .

3. – It is time to check up your … . Open your … , … 23.

- Shall I read the …?

- Yes, please. Nina will … it. Follow in your … while she is reading.



Complete the dialogues:

1. – Are you ready with your …?

- Yes, of course. I learned … and listened to the … .

2. - … down your homework, please. You will … the poem.

- Shall we … the poem by heart?

- Yes, we shall. Prepare good reading for … .

3. – It is time to check up your … . Open your … , … 23.

- Shall I read the …?

- Yes, please. Nina will … it. Follow in your … while she is reading.




Complete the dialogues:

1. – Are you ready with your …?

- Yes, of course. I learned … and listened to the … .

2. - … down your homework, please. You will … the poem.

- Shall we … the poem by heart?

- Yes, we shall. Prepare good reading for … .

3. – It is time to check up your … . Open your … , … 23.

- Shall I read the …?

- Yes, please. Nina will … it. Follow in your … while she is reading.




Complete the dialogues:

1. – Are you ready with your …?

- Yes, of course. I learned … and listened to the … .

2. - … down your homework, please. You will … the poem.

- Shall we … the poem by heart?

- Yes, we shall. Prepare good reading for … .

3. – It is time to check up your … . Open your … , … 23.

- Shall I read the …?

- Yes, please. Nina will … it. Follow in your … while she is reading.



Ask the following questions:

1. There are twenty children in our class. (How many children?)

2. She will start her work tomorrow. (When?)

3. I am a pupil of the fifth form. (Who?)

4. They opened the window two hours ago. (What?)

5. My friends are from Great Britain. (Where?)




Ask the following questions:

1. There are twenty children in our class. (How many children?)

2. She will start her work tomorrow. (When?)

3. I am a pupil of the fifth form. (Who?)

4. They opened the window two hours ago. (What?)

5. My friends are from Great Britain. (Where?)





Ask the following questions:

1. There are twenty children in our class. (How many children?)

2. She will start her work tomorrow. (When?)

3. I am a pupil of the fifth form. (Who?)

4. They opened the window two hours ago. (What?)

5. My friends are from Great Britain. (Where?)





Ask the following questions:

1. There are twenty children in our class. (How many children?)

2. She will start her work tomorrow. (When?)

3. I am a pupil of the fifth form. (Who?)

4. They opened the window two hours ago. (What?)

5. My friends are from Great Britain. (Where?)





Ask the following questions:

1. There are twenty children in our class. (How many children?)

2. She will start her work tomorrow. (When?)

3. I am a pupil of the fifth form. (Who?)

4. They opened the window two hours ago. (What?)

5. My friends are from Great Britain. (Where?)


Open the brackets:

1. Last week I (to visit) my grandparents.

2. We (not to be) at school yesterday.

3. My sister often (to read) books in the evening.

4. They (not to do) exercises every morning.

5. I (to spend) my summer holidays in the country.




Open the brackets:

1. Last week I (to visit) my grandparents.

2. We (not to be) at school yesterday.

3. My sister often (to read) books in the evening.

4. They (not to do) exercises every morning.

5. I (to spend) my summer holidays in the country.





Open the brackets:

1. Last week I (to visit) my grandparents.

2. We (not to be) at school yesterday.

3. My sister often (to read) books in the evening.

4. They (not to do) exercises every morning.

5. I (to spend) my summer holidays in the country.





Open the brackets:

1. Last week I (to visit) my grandparents.

2. We (not to be) at school yesterday.

3. My sister often (to read) books in the evening.

4. They (not to do) exercises every morning.

5. I (to spend) my summer holidays in the country.





Open the brackets:

1. Last week I (to visit) my grandparents.

2. We (not to be) at school yesterday.

3. My sister often (to read) books in the evening.

4. They (not to do) exercises every morning.

5. I (to spend) my summer holidays in the country.


Ask the following questions:

1. Kate is from Russia. (Where?)

2. We bought two pencils yesterday. (What?)

3. There are two books on the table. (How many books?)

4. They go to school at 10 o’clock every day. (When?)

5. He will travel to London with his friends. (With whom?)



Ask the following questions:

1. Kate is from Russia. (Where?)

2. We bought two pencils yesterday. (What?)

3. There are two books on the table. (How many books?)

4. They go to school at 10 o’clock every day. (When?)

5. He will travel to London with his friends. (With whom?)



Ask the following questions:

1. Kate is from Russia. (Where?)

2. We bought two pencils yesterday. (What?)

3. There are two books on the table. (How many books?)

4. They go to school at 10 o’clock every day. (When?)

5. He will travel to London with his friends. (With whom?)



Ask the following questions:

1. Kate is from Russia. (Where?)

2. We bought two pencils yesterday. (What?)

3. There are two books on the table. (How many books?)

4. They go to school at 10 o’clock every day. (When?)

5. He will travel to London with his friends. (With whom?)



Ask the following questions:

1. Kate is from Russia. (Where?)

2. We bought two pencils yesterday. (What?)

3. There are two books on the table. (How many books?)

4. They go to school at 10 o’clock every day. (When?)

5. He will travel to London with his friends. (With whom?)



Ask the following questions:

1. Kate is from Russia. (Where?)

2. We bought two pencils yesterday. (What?)

3. There are two books on the table. (How many books?)

4. They go to school at 10 o’clock every day. (When?)

5. He will travel to London with his friends. (With whom?)

Open the brackets:

1. Helen (to play) chess with her brother tomorrow.

2. I (not to have) breakfast yesterday.

3. We usually (to invite) our friends to the New Year party.

4. I (to be) in Moscow last week.

5. They (not to learn) the poem in two days.



Open the brackets:

1. Helen (to play) chess with her brother tomorrow.

2. I (not to have) breakfast yesterday.

3. We usually (to invite) our friends to the New Year party.

4. I (to be) in Moscow last week.

5. They (not to learn) the poem in two days.





Open the brackets:

1. Helen (to play) chess with her brother tomorrow.

2. I (not to have) breakfast yesterday.

3. We usually (to invite) our friends to the New Year party.

4. I (to be) in Moscow last week.

5. They (not to learn) the poem in two days.





Open the brackets:

1. Helen (to play) chess with her brother tomorrow.

2. I (not to have) breakfast yesterday.

3. We usually (to invite) our friends to the New Year party.

4. I (to be) in Moscow last week.

5. They (not to learn) the poem in two days.





Open the brackets:

1. Helen (to play) chess with her brother tomorrow.

2. I (not to have) breakfast yesterday.

3. We usually (to invite) our friends to the New Year party.

4. I (to be) in Moscow last week.

5. They (not to learn) the poem in two days.



Complete the words with the letters.

P_cni_ w_eke_d r_spon_ible arr_n_e the_t_e

_inem_ so_ia_ gro_p par_ne_ lo_al





Complete the words with the letters.

P_cni_ w_eke_d r_spon_ible arr_n_e the_t_e

_inem_ so_ia_ gro_p par_ne_ lo_al






Complete the words with the letters.

P_cni_ w_eke_d r_spon_ible arr_n_e the_t_e

_inem_ so_ia_ gro_p par_ne_ lo_al






Complete the words with the letters.

P_cni_ w_eke_d r_spon_ible arr_n_e the_t_e

_inem_ so_ia_ gro_p par_ne_ lo_al






Complete the words with the letters.

P_cni_ w_eke_d r_spon_ible arr_n_e the_t_e

_inem_ so_ia_ gro_p par_ne_ lo_al






Complete the words with the letters.

P_cni_ w_eke_d r_spon_ible arr_n_e the_t_e

_inem_ so_ia_ gro_p par_ne_ lo_al




Complete the following tag-questions:

1. You are going to ask the questions, …?

2. You will spend your holidays in the country, …?

3. Your father can speak English very well, …?

4. Your friend never swims in winter, …?

5. You are a pupil, …?

6. Your mother didn’t go to the shop yesterday, …?



Complete the following tag-questions:

1. You are going to ask the questions, …?

2. You will spend your holidays in the country, …?

3. Your father can speak English very well, …?

4. Your friend never swims in winter, …?

5. You are a pupil, …?

6. Your mother didn’t go to the shop yesterday, …?




Complete the following tag-questions:

1. You are going to ask the questions, …?

2. You will spend your holidays in the country, …?

3. Your father can speak English very well, …?

4. Your friend never swims in winter, …?

5. You are a pupil, …?

6. Your mother didn’t go to the shop yesterday, …?




Complete the following tag-questions:

1. You are going to ask the questions, …?

2. You will spend your holidays in the country, …?

3. Your father can speak English very well, …?

4. Your friend never swims in winter, …?

5. You are a pupil, …?

6. Your mother didn’t go to the shop yesterday, …?




Complete the following tag-questions:

1. You are going to ask the questions, …?

2. You will spend your holidays in the country, …?

3. Your father can speak English very well, …?

4. Your friend never swims in winter, …?

5. You are a pupil, …?

6. Your mother didn’t go to the shop yesterday, …?

Ask questions to the following sentences:

1. We are going to travel to Moscow.(Where?)

2. I usually have breakfast with my father. (With whom?)

3. My brother will read this book next month. (When?)

4. There are five pens on the desk. (How many?)

5. They didn’t visit their granny the day before yesterday. (Why?)

6. Kate can play chess very well. (What?)

Ask questions to the following sentences:

1. My sister often goes to the shop on Monday. (Who?)

2. Children are going to have a party. (What?)

3. She always meets her friends at school. (Where?)

4. I can see ten birds in the tree. (How many?)

5. We went abroad last summer. (When?)

6. He will do his homework tomorrow. (Why?)



Ask questions to the following sentences:

1. We are going to travel to Moscow.(Where?)

2. I usually have breakfast with my father. (With whom?)

3. My brother will read this book next month. (When?)

4. There are five pens on the desk. (How many?)

5. They didn’t visit their granny the day before yesterday. (Why?)

6. Kate can play chess very well. (What?)

Ask questions to the following sentences:

1. My sister often goes to the shop on Monday. (Who?)

2. Children are going to have a party. (What?)

3. She always meets her friends at school. (Where?)

4. I can see ten birds in the tree. (How many?)

5. We went abroad last summer. (When?)

6. He will do his homework tomorrow. (Why?)














Ask the questions to the following sentences:

1. They are going to study Literature, …?

2. We shall spend our holidays in Great Britain, …?

3. His friend can speak English very well, …?

4. I never play tennis in winter, …?

5. You are not a doctor, …?

6. The girl helped her granny about the house last week, …?



Ask the questions to the following sentences:

1. They are going to study Literature, …?

2. We shall spend our holidays in Great Britain, …?

3. His friend can speak English very well, …?

4. I never play tennis in winter, …?

5. You are not a doctor, …?

6. The girl helped her granny about the house last week, …?



Ask the questions to the following sentences:

1. They are going to study Literature, …?

2. We shall spend our holidays in Great Britain, …?

3. His friend can speak English very well, …?

4. I never play tennis in winter, …?

5. You are not a doctor, …?

6. The girl helped her granny about the house last week, …?



Ask the questions to the following sentences:

1. They are going to study Literature, …?

2. We shall spend our holidays in Great Britain, …?

3. His friend can speak English very well, …?

4. I never play tennis in winter, …?

5. You are not a doctor, …?

6. The girl helped her granny about the house last week, …?



Ask the questions to the following sentences:

1. They are going to study Literature, …?

2. We shall spend our holidays in Great Britain, …?

3. His friend can speak English very well, …?

4. I never play tennis in winter, …?

5. You are not a doctor, …?

6. The girl helped her granny about the house last week, …?





Ask the questions to the following sentences:

1. I’m going to help you. (What?)

2. We are going to travel abroad. (Who?)

3. My friends will visit us tomorrow. (When?)

4. He can see three pupils in the picture. (How many?)

5. Helen was late yesterday. (Why?)

6. They started that work last week. (When?)

7. Jack plays football at the stadium. (Where?)





Ask the questions to the following sentences:

1. I’m going to help you. (What?)

2. We are going to travel abroad. (Who?)

3. My friends will visit us tomorrow. (When?)

4. He can see three pupils in the picture. (How many?)

5. Helen was late yesterday. (Why?)

6. They started that work last week. (When?)

7. Jack plays football at the stadium. (Where?)





Ask the questions to the following sentences:

1. I’m going to help you. (What?)

2. We are going to travel abroad. (Who?)

3. My friends will visit us tomorrow. (When?)

4. He can see three pupils in the picture. (How many?)

5. Helen was late yesterday. (Why?)

6. They started that work last week. (When?)

7. Jack plays football at the stadium. (Where?)





Ask the questions to the following sentences:

1. I’m going to help you. (What?)

2. We are going to travel abroad. (Who?)

3. My friends will visit us tomorrow. (When?)

4. He can see three pupils in the picture. (How many?)

5. Helen was late yesterday. (Why?)

6. They started that work last week. (When?)

7. Jack plays football at the stadium. (Where?)





Ask the questions to the following sentences:

1. They are going to study Literature, …?

2. We shall spend our holidays in Great Britain, …?

3. His friend can speak English very well, …?

4. I never play tennis in winter, …?

5. You are not a doctor, …?

6. The girl helped her granny about the house last week, …?



Ask the questions to the following sentences:

1. They are going to study Literature, …?

2. We shall spend our holidays in Great Britain, …?

3. His friend can speak English very well, …?

4. I never play tennis in winter, …?

5. You are not a doctor, …?

6. The girl helped her granny about the house last week, …?



Ask the questions to the following sentences:

1. They are going to study Literature, …?

2. We shall spend our holidays in Great Britain, …?

3. His friend can speak English very well, …?

4. I never play tennis in winter, …?

5. You are not a doctor, …?

6. The girl helped her granny about the house last week, …?




Ask the questions to the following sentences:

1. They are going to study Literature, …?

2. We shall spend our holidays in Great Britain, …?

3. His friend can speak English very well, …?

4. I never play tennis in winter, …?

5. You are not a doctor, …?

6. The girl helped her granny about the house last week, …?



Ask the questions to the following sentences:

1. They are going to study Literature, …?

2. We shall spend our holidays in Great Britain, …?

3. His friend can speak English very well, …?

4. I never play tennis in winter, …?

5. You are not a doctor, …?

6. The girl helped her granny about the house last week, …?



Fill in the missing letters:

Cre_t_ve s_ciab_e cl_ve_ p_l_te n_ugh_y

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Fill in the missing letters:

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Read the sentences one by one and name the tense.

1. Mike doesn’t get up at six o’clock.

2. They read this book yesterday evening.

3. We usually play football at the stadium.

4. Do you have breakfast at seven o’clock?

5. He didn’t help his mother last week.

6. When will children do their homework tomorrow?

7. What did your friend do at seven o’clock yesterday?

8. She visits her granny every week.



Read the sentences one by one and name the tense.

1. Mike doesn’t get up at six o’clock.

2. They read this book yesterday evening.

3. We usually play football at the stadium.

4. Do you have breakfast at seven o’clock?

5. He didn’t help his mother last week.

6. When will children do their homework tomorrow?

7. What did your friend do at seven o’clock yesterday?

8. She visits her granny every week.





Read the sentences one by one and name the tense.

1. Mike doesn’t get up at six o’clock.

2. They read this book yesterday evening.

3. We usually play football at the stadium.

4. Do you have breakfast at seven o’clock?

5. He didn’t help his mother last week.

6. When will children do their homework tomorrow?

7. What did your friend do at seven o’clock yesterday?

8. She visits her granny every week.




Read the sentences one by one and name the tense.

1. Mike doesn’t get up at six o’clock.

2. They read this book yesterday evening.

3. We usually play football at the stadium.

4. Do you have breakfast at seven o’clock?

5. He didn’t help his mother last week.

6. When will children do their homework tomorrow?

7. What did your friend do at seven o’clock yesterday?

8. She visits her granny every week.

Cross out the odd word:

1. going, helping, doing, playing, sit;

2. wash, watch, cleaning, like, read;

3. running, taking, getting, jogging, knitting;

4. playing, coming, arranging, making, dancing;

5. went, did, corrected, slept, saw.




Cross out the odd word:

1. going, helping, doing, playing, sit;

2. wash, watch, cleaning, like, read;

3. running, taking, getting, jogging, knitting;

4. playing, coming, arranging, making, dancing;

5. went, did, corrected, slept, saw.





Cross out the odd word:

1. going, helping, doing, playing, sit;

2. wash, watch, cleaning, like, read;

3. running, taking, getting, jogging, knitting;

4. playing, coming, arranging, making, dancing;

5. went, did, corrected, slept, saw.





Cross out the odd word:

1. going, helping, doing, playing, sit;

2. wash, watch, cleaning, like, read;

3. running, taking, getting, jogging, knitting;

4. playing, coming, arranging, making, dancing;

5. went, did, corrected, slept, saw.





Cross out the odd word:

1. going, helping, doing, playing, sit;

2. wash, watch, cleaning, like, read;

3. running, taking, getting, jogging, knitting;

4. playing, coming, arranging, making, dancing;

5. went, did, corrected, slept, saw.


Use Present Indefinite or Present Continuous and open the brackets:

1. They to play tennis now.

2. We to play tennis every day.

3. Where is Jane? – She to read a new book in her room.

4. Sam usually to read magazines in the evening.

5. I to write a letter to my sister now.

6. I to write a letter to my granny once a month.




Use Present Indefinite or Present Continuous and open the brackets:

1. They to play tennis now.

2. We to play tennis every day.

3. Where is Jane? – She to read a new book in her room.

4. Sam usually to read magazines in the evening.

5. I to write a letter to my sister now.

6. I to write a letter to my granny once a month.




Use Present Indefinite or Present Continuous and open the brackets:

1. They to play tennis now.

2. We to play tennis every day.

3. Where is Jane? – She to read a new book in her room.

4. Sam usually to read magazines in the evening.

5. I to write a letter to my sister now.

6. I to write a letter to my granny once a month.




Use Present Indefinite or Present Continuous and open the brackets:

1. They to play tennis now.

2. We to play tennis every day.

3. Where is Jane? – She to read a new book in her room.

4. Sam usually to read magazines in the evening.

5. I to write a letter to my sister now.

6. I to write a letter to my granny once a month.



Use Present Indefinite or Present Continuous and open the brackets:

1. They to play tennis now.

2. We to play tennis every day.

3. Where is Jane? – She to read a new book in her room.

4. Sam usually to read magazines in the evening.

5. I to write a letter to my sister now.

6. I to write a letter to my granny once a month.

1. Complete the sentences:

1) My mother is a … .

2) His uncle is a … .

3) I want to be a … .

4) Jack will be a … .

5) Is her friend a … ?

2. Translate from Russian into English:

Жестокий, серьезный, общительный, дружелюбный, грубый, подружиться, менять.

1. Complete the sentences:

1) His father is a … .

2) My aunt is a … .

3) Mr Green is a … .

4) Was she a … ?

5) I shall be a … .

2. Translate from Russian into English:

Разговорчивый, заботливый, независимый, атлетический, давать интервью, типичный, любящий.




1. Complete the sentences:

1) My mother is a … .

2) His uncle is a … .

3) I want to be a … .

4) Jack will be a … .

5) Is her friend a … ?

2. Translate from Russian into English:

Жестокий, серьезный, общительный, дружелюбный, грубый, подружиться, менять.

1. Complete the sentences:

1) His father is a … .

2) My aunt is a … .

3) Mr Green is a … .

4) Was she a … ?

5) I shall be a … .

2. Translate from Russian into English:

Разговорчивый, заботливый, независимый, атлетический, давать интервью, типичный, любящий.





Use the Present Indefinite or Present Continuous and open the brackets:

1. Look! The girl (to play) the piano.

2. Children (to go) to school at 8 o’clock every day.

3. He can’t help you now. He (to do) his homework.

4. I (to stand), I (not to sit) now.

5. Kate usually (to go) to the swimming pool with her brother?

6. Your father (to have breakfast) at the moment?



Use the Present Indefinite or Present Continuous and open the brackets:

1. Look! The girl (to play) the piano.

2. Children (to go) to school at 8 o’clock every day.

3. He can’t help you now. He (to do) his homework.

4. I (to stand), I (not to sit) now.

5. Kate usually (to go) to the swimming pool with her brother?

6. Your father (to have breakfast) at the moment?





Use the Present Indefinite or Present Continuous and open the brackets:

1. Look! The girl (to play) the piano.

2. Children (to go) to school at 8 o’clock every day.

3. He can’t help you now. He (to do) his homework.

4. I (to stand), I (not to sit) now.

5. Kate usually (to go) to the swimming pool with her brother?

6. Your father (to have breakfast) at the moment?





Use the Present Indefinite or Present Continuous and open the brackets:

1. Look! The girl (to play) the piano.

2. Children (to go) to school at 8 o’clock every day.

3. He can’t help you now. He (to do) his homework.

4. I (to stand), I (not to sit) now.

5. Kate usually (to go) to the swimming pool with her brother?

6. Your father (to have breakfast) at the moment?









Choose the right variant:

1. Listen! My friend … the song. (sings, sing, is singing)

2. I … some problems at school. (have, has, am having)

3. They … to visit galleries and museums. (likes, are liking, like)

4. Where is mum? She … . (cooks, cooking, is cooking)

5. I can … a lot of girls in the street. (am seeing, sees, see)

6. His brother … the piano very well. (play, plays, am playing)

7. Will you go to the shop? We … some bread and butter. (need, needs, needed)

8. Look! They … to the library now. (go, are going, is going)



Choose the right variant:

1. Listen! My friend … the song. (sings, sing, is singing)

2. I … some problems at school. (have, has, am having)

3. They … to visit galleries and museums. (likes, are liking, like)

4. Where is mum? She … . (cooks, cooking, is cooking)

5. I can … a lot of girls in the street. (am seeing, sees, see)

6. His brother … the piano very well. (play, plays, am playing)

7. Will you go to the shop? We … some bread and butter. (need, needs, needed)

8. Look! They … to the library now. (go, are going, is going)




Choose the right variant:

1. Listen! My friend … the song. (sings, sing, is singing)

2. I … some problems at school. (have, has, am having)

3. They … to visit galleries and museums. (likes, are liking, like)

4. Where is mum? She … . (cooks, cooking, is cooking)

5. I can … a lot of girls in the street. (am seeing, sees, see)

6. His brother … the piano very well. (play, plays, am playing)

7. Will you go to the shop? We … some bread and butter. (need, needs, needed)

8. Look! They … to the library now. (go, are going, is going)




Choose the right variant:

1. Listen! My friend … the song. (sings, sing, is singing)

2. I … some problems at school. (have, has, am having)

3. They … to visit galleries and museums. (likes, are liking, like)

4. Where is mum? She … . (cooks, cooking, is cooking)

5. I can … a lot of girls in the street. (am seeing, sees, see)

6. His brother … the piano very well. (play, plays, am playing)

7. Will you go to the shop? We … some bread and butter. (need, needs, needed)

8. Look! They … to the library now. (go, are going, is going)




Put the right word in the following sentences: of, off, part, place, pictures.

1. Take care … the pennies and the pounds will take care … themselves.

2. He is fond of taking… .

3. Do her children take … in the concert?

4. The meeting took … in the park.

5. Jane must take care … her old granny.

6. Will you take … your hat?




Put the right word in the following sentences: of, off, part, place, pictures.

1. Take care … the pennies and the pounds will take care … themselves.

2. He is fond of taking… .

3. Do her children take … in the concert?

4. The meeting took … in the park.

5. Jane must take care … her old granny.

6. Will you take … your hat?


Put the right word in the following sentences: of, off, part, place, pictures.

1. Take care … the pennies and the pounds will take care … themselves.

2. He is fond of taking… .

3. Do her children take … in the concert?

4. The meeting took … in the park.

5. Jane must take care … her old granny.

6. Will you take … your hat?


Put the right word in the following sentences: of, off, part, place, pictures.

1. Take care … the pennies and the pounds will take care … themselves.

2. He is fond of taking… .

3. Do her children take … in the concert?

4. The meeting took … in the park.

5. Jane must take care … her old granny.

6. Will you take … your hat?


Put the right word in the following sentences: of, off, part, place, pictures.

1. Take care … the pennies and the pounds will take care … themselves.

2. He is fond of taking… .

3. Do her children take … in the concert?

4. The meeting took … in the park.

5. Jane must take care … her old granny.

6. Will you take … your hat?





Put the right word from the brackets:

1. He stood … the match. (watched, watching)

2. I shall have dinner … by 2 o’clock. (prepared, preparing)

3. We saw him … to the hospital. (taken, taking)

4. The boy … a book now is my friend. (read, reading)

5. She saw the … child at the moment. (cried, crying)

6. They will see the work … well. (done, doing)

7. Tom found a … letter at home. (returned, returning)



Put the right word from the brackets:

1. He stood … the match. (watched, watching)

2. I shall have dinner … by 2 o’clock. (prepared, preparing)

3. We saw him … to the hospital. (taken, taking)

4. The boy … a book now is my friend. (read, reading)

5. She saw the … child at the moment. (cried, crying)

6. They will see the work … well. (done, doing)

7. Tom found a … letter at home. (returned, returning)




Put the right word from the brackets:

1. He stood … the match. (watched, watching)

2. I shall have dinner … by 2 o’clock. (prepared, preparing)

3. We saw him … to the hospital. (taken, taking)

4. The boy … a book now is my friend. (read, reading)

5. She saw the … child at the moment. (cried, crying)

6. They will see the work … well. (done, doing)

7. Tom found a … letter at home. (returned, returning)




Put the right word from the brackets:

1. He stood … the match. (watched, watching)

2. I shall have dinner … by 2 o’clock. (prepared, preparing)

3. We saw him … to the hospital. (taken, taking)

4. The boy … a book now is my friend. (read, reading)

5. She saw the … child at the moment. (cried, crying)

6. They will see the work … well. (done, doing)

7. Tom found a … letter at home. (returned, returning)







Put the words in a logical order:

1. Did, what, yesterday, she, see in the park?

2. Who, last, was, in Moscow, year?

3. You, Abbey, visit, will, Westminster, when?

4. Big, why, do, want, you, Ben, to see?

5. There, places, London, are, many, visit, to, in?



Put the words in a logical order:

1. Did, what, yesterday, she, see in the park?

2. Who, last, was, in Moscow, year?

3. You, Abbey, visit, will, Westminster, when?

4. Big, why, do, want, you, Ben, to see?

5. There, places, London, are, many, visit, to, in?




Put the words in a logical order:

1. Did, what, yesterday, she, see in the park?

2. Who, last, was, in Moscow, year?

3. You, Abbey, visit, will, Westminster, when?

4. Big, why, do, want, you, Ben, to see?

5. There, places, London, are, many, visit, to, in?




Put the words in a logical order:

1. Did, what, yesterday, she, see in the park?

2. Who, last, was, in Moscow, year?

3. You, Abbey, visit, will, Westminster, when?

4. Big, why, do, want, you, Ben, to see?

5. There, places, London, are, many, visit, to, in?




Put the words in a logical order:

1. Did, what, yesterday, she, see in the park?

2. Who, last, was, in Moscow, year?

3. You, Abbey, visit, will, Westminster, when?

4. Big, why, do, want, you, Ben, to see?

5. There, places, London, are, many, visit, to, in?




Fill in the gaps with the prepositions: till, for, of (2), to (2), from.

1. He lives … Pushkin Street.

2. They stayed … St.Petersburg … five days.

3. We saw a lot … well-known pictures in this museum.

4. My father works … morning … late evening.

5. Ann has never been … the Tower … London before.

6. Could you tell me how to get … Westminster Abbey?



Fill in the gaps with the prepositions: till, for, of (2), to (2), from.

1. He lives … Pushkin Street.

2. They stayed … St.Petersburg … five days.

3. We saw a lot … well-known pictures in this museum.

4. My father works … morning … late evening.

5. Ann has never been … the Tower … London before.

6. Could you tell me how to get … Westminster Abbey?




Fill in the gaps with the prepositions: till, for, of (2), to (2), from.

1. He lives … Pushkin Street.

2. They stayed … St.Petersburg … five days.

3. We saw a lot … well-known pictures in this museum.

4. My father works … morning … late evening.

5. Ann has never been … the Tower … London before.

6. Could you tell me how to get … Westminster Abbey?




Fill in the gaps with the prepositions: till, for, of (2), to (2), from.

1. He lives … Pushkin Street.

2. They stayed … St.Petersburg … five days.

3. We saw a lot … well-known pictures in this museum.

4. My father works … morning … late evening.

5. Ann has never been … the Tower … London before.

6. Could you tell me how to get … Westminster Abbey?




Fill in the gaps with the prepositions: till, for, of (2), to (2), from.

1. He lives … Pushkin Street.

2. They stayed … St.Petersburg … five days.

3. We saw a lot … well-known pictures in this museum.

4. My father works … morning … late evening.

5. Ann has never been … the Tower … London before.

6. Could you tell me how to get … Westminster Abbey?

Open the brackets and use the verbs in the right form:

1. They (to visit) the capital of Russia next month.

2. I can’t help you now. I (to do) my homework.

3. He always (to take care) of his sick mother.

4. The Browns (to go) to the south a week ago.

5. Helen (not to help) her friend yesterday.

6. She (to play) tennis with us tomorrow?

7. Could I speak to Susan? – Sorry, she (to take) a shower now.



Open the brackets and use the verbs in the right form:

1. They (to visit) the capital of Russia next month.

2. I can’t help you now. I (to do) my homework.

3. He always (to take care) of his sick mother.

4. The Browns (to go) to the south a week ago.

5. Helen (not to help) her friend yesterday.

6. She (to play) tennis with us tomorrow?

7. Could I speak to Susan? – Sorry, she (to take) a shower now.




Open the brackets and use the verbs in the right form:

1. They (to visit) the capital of Russia next month.

2. I can’t help you now. I (to do) my homework.

3. He always (to take care) of his sick mother.

4. The Browns (to go) to the south a week ago.

5. Helen (not to help) her friend yesterday.

6. She (to play) tennis with us tomorrow?

7. Could I speak to Susan? – Sorry, she (to take) a shower now.




Open the brackets and use the verbs in the right form:

1. They (to visit) the capital of Russia next month.

2. I can’t help you now. I (to do) my homework.

3. He always (to take care) of his sick mother.

4. The Browns (to go) to the south a week ago.

5. Helen (not to help) her friend yesterday.

6. She (to play) tennis with us tomorrow?

7. Could I speak to Susan? – Sorry, she (to take) a shower now.







Read the sentences and find five mistakes.

1. There are a foxes in the forest.

2. I have a orange elephant.

3. What’s this? It’s book.

4. F. Chopin was an composer.

5. My brother is a doctor.

6. I have one a brother and two sisters.



Read the sentences and find five mistakes.

1. There are a foxes in the forest.

2. I have a orange elephant.

3. What’s this? It’s book.

4. F. Chopin was an composer.

5. My brother is a doctor.

6. I have one a brother and two sisters.




Read the sentences and find five mistakes.

1. There are a foxes in the forest.

2. I have a orange elephant.

3. What’s this? It’s book.

4. F. Chopin was an composer.

5. My brother is a doctor.

6. I have one a brother and two sisters.




Read the sentences and find five mistakes.

1. There are a foxes in the forest.

2. I have a orange elephant.

3. What’s this? It’s book.

4. F. Chopin was an composer.

5. My brother is a doctor.

6. I have one a brother and two sisters.




Read the sentences and find five mistakes.

1. There are a foxes in the forest.

2. I have a orange elephant.

3. What’s this? It’s book.

4. F. Chopin was an composer.

5. My brother is a doctor.

6. I have one a brother and two sisters.

Translate the sentences from Russian into English:

1. Our town is rich in parks and gardens.

2. This cathedral is very ancient.

3. Have you ever been to Trafalgar Square?

4. That film is worth seeing.

5. He published the novel in the 19th century.

6. Can you name his dominant traits? I’m afraid I can’t.

7. There was a policeman standing at zebra crossing in the street yesterday.



Translate the sentences from Russian into English:

1. Our town is rich in parks and gardens.

2. This cathedral is very ancient.

3. Have you ever been to Trafalgar Square?

4. That film is worth seeing.

5. He published the novel in the 19th century.

6. Can you name his dominant traits? I’m afraid I can’t.

7. There was a policeman standing at zebra crossing in the street yesterday.





Translate the sentences from Russian into English:

1. Our town is rich in parks and gardens.

2. This cathedral is very ancient.

3. Have you ever been to Trafalgar Square?

4. That film is worth seeing.

5. He published the novel in the 19th century.

6. Can you name his dominant traits? I’m afraid I can’t.

7. There was a policeman standing at zebra crossing in the street yesterday.





Translate the sentences from Russian into English:

1. Our town is rich in parks and gardens.

2. This cathedral is very ancient.

3. Have you ever been to Trafalgar Square?

4. That film is worth seeing.

5. He published the novel in the 19th century.

6. Can you name his dominant traits? I’m afraid I can’t.

7. There was a policeman standing at zebra crossing in the street yesterday.





Use the following words in the sentences: Miss, Mr, Mrs, Doctor, Sir, Madam.

1. – Can I help you, …?

- I would like to buy a blouse.

2. He is 20, not married. He is … Brown.

3. This girl is not married. She is 18. She is … Williams.

4. – Can I see … Poster?

- He has just gone to the shop.

5. This text is difficult to read, …! (The teacher is a man.)



Use the following words in the sentences: Miss, Mr, Mrs, Doctor, Sir, Madam.

1. – Can I help you, …?

- I would like to buy a blouse.

2. He is 20, not married. He is … Brown.

3. This girl is not married. She is 18. She is … Williams.

4. – Can I see … Poster?

- He has just gone to the shop.

5. This text is difficult to read, …! (The teacher is a man.)




Use the following words in the sentences: Miss, Mr, Mrs, Doctor, Sir, Madam.

1. – Can I help you, …?

- I would like to buy a blouse.

2. He is 20, not married. He is … Brown.

3. This girl is not married. She is 18. She is … Williams.

4. – Can I see … Poster?

- He has just gone to the shop.

5. This text is difficult to read, …! (The teacher is a man.)




Use the following words in the sentences: Miss, Mr, Mrs, Doctor, Sir, Madam.

1. – Can I help you, …?

- I would like to buy a blouse.

2. He is 20, not married. He is … Brown.

3. This girl is not married. She is 18. She is … Williams.

4. – Can I see … Poster?

- He has just gone to the shop.

5. This text is difficult to read, …! (The teacher is a man.)







Choose the right variant:

1. Where … your parents last week?

a) are; b) did; c) were; d) was

2. Nick … to school every day.

a) goes; b) went; c) go; d) will go

3. Jane … not … bread and milk tomorrow.

a) did … buy; b) will … buy; c) does … buy; d) do … buy

4. I usually … my mother and my father in the evening.

a) helped; b) helps; c) help; d) will help

5. My friend … at school last week.

a) weren’t; b) didn’t be; c) isn’t; d) wasn’t

6. When … your father … the day after tomorrow?

a) will … get up; b) did … get up; c) does … get up; d) do … get up

7. My balls … in the box yesterday. My brother … them.

a) aren’t, taked; b) weren’t, took; c) wasn’t, took; d) isn’t, taked

8. Who … up in your family? I … .

a) wash, will do; b) will wash, does; c) washes, did; d) washes, do

9. They … to the Zoo next week.

a) goes; b) go; c) will go; d) went

10. There … a bookshelf with books in my room.

a) are; b) is; c) were; d) shall be


Choose the right variant:

1. Where … your parents last week?

a) are; b) did; c) were; d) was

2. Nick … to school every day.

a) goes; b) went; c) go; d) will go

3. Jane … not … bread and milk tomorrow.

a) did … buy; b) will … buy; c) does … buy; d) do … buy

4. I usually … my mother and my father in the evening.

a) helped; b) helps; c) help; d) will help

5. My friend … at school last week.

a) weren’t; b) didn’t be; c) isn’t; d) wasn’t

6. When … your father … the day after tomorrow?

a) will … get up; b) did … get up; c) does … get up; d) do … get up

7. My balls … in the box yesterday. My brother … them.

a) aren’t, taked; b) weren’t, took; c) wasn’t, took; d) isn’t, taked

8. Who … up in your family? I … .

a) wash, will do; b) will wash, does; c) washes, did; d) washes, do

9. They … to the Zoo next week.

a) goes; b) go; c) will go; d) went

10. There … a bookshelf with books in my room.

a) are; b) is; c) were; d) shall be




Put the words in a logical order:

1. Mother, visited, her, I, already, have.

2. We, a letter, not, written, have.

3. Has, he, work, finished, not, his.

4. She, Zoological, joined, has, society, just, that.

5. Drawn, recently, picture, they, have, this.



Put the words in a logical order:

1. Mother, visited, her, I, already, have.

2. We, a letter, not, written, have.

3. Has, he, work, finished, not, his.

4. She, Zoological, joined, has, society, just, that.

5. Drawn, recently, picture, they, have, this.




Put the words in a logical order:

1. Mother, visited, her, I, already, have.

2. We, a letter, not, written, have.

3. Has, he, work, finished, not, his.

4. She, Zoological, joined, has, society, just, that.

5. Drawn, recently, picture, they, have, this.




Put the words in a logical order:

1. Mother, visited, her, I, already, have.

2. We, a letter, not, written, have.

3. Has, he, work, finished, not, his.

4. She, Zoological, joined, has, society, just, that.

5. Drawn, recently, picture, they, have, this.




Put the words in a logical order:

1. Mother, visited, her, I, already, have.

2. We, a letter, not, written, have.

3. Has, he, work, finished, not, his.

4. She, Zoological, joined, has, society, just, that.

5. Drawn, recently, picture, they, have, this.






Put the words in the right order:

1. Trafalgar, I, never, to, been, Square, have.

2. Letter, has, Mike, already, that, read.

3. Has, he, not, aunt, visited, his.

4. Invited, we, just, have, friends, our.

5. Have, work, finished, children, already, their.



Put the words in the right order:

1. Trafalgar, I, never, to, been, Square, have.

2. Letter, has, Mike, already, that, read.

3. Has, he, not, aunt, visited, his.

4. Invited, we, just, have, friends, our.

5. Have, work, finished, children, already, their.




Put the words in the right order:

1. Trafalgar, I, never, to, been, Square, have.

2. Letter, has, Mike, already, that, read.

3. Has, he, not, aunt, visited, his.

4. Invited, we, just, have, friends, our.

5. Have, work, finished, children, already, their.




Put the words in the right order:

1. Trafalgar, I, never, to, been, Square, have.

2. Letter, has, Mike, already, that, read.

3. Has, he, not, aunt, visited, his.

4. Invited, we, just, have, friends, our.

5. Have, work, finished, children, already, their.




Put the words in the right order:

1. Trafalgar, I, never, to, been, Square, have.

2. Letter, has, Mike, already, that, read.

3. Has, he, not, aunt, visited, his.

4. Invited, we, just, have, friends, our.

5. Have, work, finished, children, already, their.






Put the words in a logical order:

1. Yesterday, you, a sandwich, make, did?

2. Like, does, mother, your, to eat, pies?

3. Your, husband, her, is, elder, aunt, than?

4. From, sausage, what, made, is?

5. Now, you, clearing, are, the table?



Put the words in a logical order:

1. Yesterday, you, a sandwich, make, did?

2. Like, does, mother, your, to eat, pies?

3. Your, husband, her, is, elder, aunt, than?

4. From, sausage, what, made, is?

5. Now, you, clearing, are, the table?




Put the words in a logical order:

1. Yesterday, you, a sandwich, make, did?

2. Like, does, mother, your, to eat, pies?

3. Your, husband, her, is, elder, aunt, than?

4. From, sausage, what, made, is?

5. Now, you, clearing, are, the table?




Put the words in a logical order:

1. Yesterday, you, a sandwich, make, did?

2. Like, does, mother, your, to eat, pies?

3. Your, husband, her, is, elder, aunt, than?

4. From, sausage, what, made, is?

5. Now, you, clearing, are, the table?




Put the words in a logical order:

1. Yesterday, you, a sandwich, make, did?

2. Like, does, mother, your, to eat, pies?

3. Your, husband, her, is, elder, aunt, than?

4. From, sausage, what, made, is?

5. Now, you, clearing, are, the table?






Put the suitable word in the gap:

1. She has a beautiful … in Pushkin Street. (house, home)

2. Their grandfather is … than their grandmother. (older, elder)

3. Her mother is her father’s … . (wife, husband)

4. My friend is three years … than me. (older, elder)

5. When do you usually come … ? (house, home)

6. Butter is made … milk. (from, in)

7. Have you … been to America? (ever, already)



Put the suitable word in the gap:

1. She has a beautiful … in Pushkin Street. (house, home)

2. Their grandfather is … than their grandmother. (older, elder)

3. Her mother is her father’s … . (wife, husband)

4. My friend is three years … than me. (older, elder)

5. When do you usually come … ? (house, home)

6. Butter is made … milk. (from, in)

7. Have you … been to America? (ever, already)




Put the suitable word in the gap:

1. She has a beautiful … in Pushkin Street. (house, home)

2. Their grandfather is … than their grandmother. (older, elder)

3. Her mother is her father’s … . (wife, husband)

4. My friend is three years … than me. (older, elder)

5. When do you usually come … ? (house, home)

6. Butter is made … milk. (from, in)

7. Have you … been to America? (ever, already)




Put the suitable word in the gap:

1. She has a beautiful … in Pushkin Street. (house, home)

2. Their grandfather is … than their grandmother. (older, elder)

3. Her mother is her father’s … . (wife, husband)

4. My friend is three years … than me. (older, elder)

5. When do you usually come … ? (house, home)

6. Butter is made … milk. (from, in)

7. Have you … been to America? (ever, already)







Fill in the missing letters:

Sh_p ho_b_ c_me_y b_ke pop_l_r

Ad_e_t r_lax spo_t c_ins hors_ra_ing



Fill in the missing letters:

Sh_p ho_b_ c_me_y b_ke pop_l_r

Ad_e_t r_lax spo_t c_ins hors_ra_ing




Fill in the missing letters:

Sh_p ho_b_ c_me_y b_ke pop_l_r

Ad_e_t r_lax spo_t c_ins hors_ra_ing




Fill in the missing letters:

Sh_p ho_b_ c_me_y b_ke pop_l_r

Ad_e_t r_lax spo_t c_ins hors_ra_ing




Fill in the missing letters:

Sh_p ho_b_ c_me_y b_ke pop_l_r

Ad_e_t r_lax spo_t c_ins hors_ra_ing




Fill in the missing letters:

Sh_p ho_b_ c_me_y b_ke pop_l_r

Ad_e_t r_lax spo_t c_ins hors_ra_ing




Fill in the missing letters:

Sh_p ho_b_ c_me_y b_ke pop_l_r

Ad_e_t r_lax spo_t c_ins hors_ra_ing




Fill in the missing letters:

Sh_p ho_b_ c_me_y b_ke pop_l_r

Ad_e_t r_lax spo_t c_ins hors_ra_ing


Complete the sentences with the following pronouns: myself, herself, himself, yourself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves.

1. He feeds his cat … .

2. The monkey did it … .

3. I shall clean my house … .

4. Did she do her work … ?

5. We painted this picture … .

6. They cooked the soup … .



Complete the sentences with the following pronouns: myself, herself, himself, yourself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves.

1. He feeds his cat … .

2. The monkey did it … .

3. I shall clean my house … .

4. Did she do her work … ?

5. We painted this picture … .

6. They cooked the soup … .




Complete the sentences with the following pronouns: myself, herself, himself, yourself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves.

1. He feeds his cat … .

2. The monkey did it … .

3. I shall clean my house … .

4. Did she do her work … ?

5. We painted this picture … .

6. They cooked the soup … .




Complete the sentences with the following pronouns: myself, herself, himself, yourself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves.

1. He feeds his cat … .

2. The monkey did it … .

3. I shall clean my house … .

4. Did she do her work … ?

5. We painted this picture … .

6. They cooked the soup … .







Open the brackets:

1. I just (to meet) my friends in the street.

2. He (to come) a moment ago.

3. You (to learn) the poem by heart yet?

4. She (not to read) the story about London this week.

5. It (to be) cold yesterday.

6. When my parents (to go) to the museum?



Open the brackets:

1. I just (to meet) my friends in the street.

2. He (to come) a moment ago.

3. You (to learn) the poem by heart yet?

4. She (not to read) the story about London this week.

5. It (to be) cold yesterday.

6. When my parents (to go) to the museum?




Open the brackets:

1. I just (to meet) my friends in the street.

2. He (to come) a moment ago.

3. You (to learn) the poem by heart yet?

4. She (not to read) the story about London this week.

5. It (to be) cold yesterday.

6. When my parents (to go) to the museum?




Open the brackets:

1. I just (to meet) my friends in the street.

2. He (to come) a moment ago.

3. You (to learn) the poem by heart yet?

4. She (not to read) the story about London this week.

5. It (to be) cold yesterday.

6. When my parents (to go) to the museum?



Open the brackets:

1. I just (to meet) my friends in the street.

2. He (to come) a moment ago.

3. You (to learn) the poem by heart yet?

4. She (not to read) the story about London this week.

5. It (to be) cold yesterday.

6. When my parents (to go) to the museum?

Fill in the words in the sentences:

1. We have helped our mother (already).

2. She has lived in New York (never).

3. I have opened the window (just).

4. Has she cooked dinner (yet)?

5. Have we been to England (ever)?

6. They have not seen the film (yet).

7. My mother has cleaned the room (already).



Fill in the words in the sentences:

1. We have helped our mother (already).

2. She has lived in New York (never).

3. I have opened the window (just).

4. Has she cooked dinner (yet)?

5. Have we been to England (ever)?

6. They have not seen the film (yet).

7. My mother has cleaned the room (already).




Fill in the words in the sentences:

1. We have helped our mother (already).

2. She has lived in New York (never).

3. I have opened the window (just).

4. Has she cooked dinner (yet)?

5. Have we been to England (ever)?

6. They have not seen the film (yet).

7. My mother has cleaned the room (already).




Fill in the words in the sentences:

1. We have helped our mother (already).

2. She has lived in New York (never).

3. I have opened the window (just).

4. Has she cooked dinner (yet)?

5. Have we been to England (ever)?

6. They have not seen the film (yet).

7. My mother has cleaned the room (already).







Ask the following questions:

1. It often rains in autumn in London. (When?)

2. There is a lot of snow in Moscow in winter. (Is_?)

3. He is going to the park now. (Who?)

4. We have dinner at two o’clock every day. (When?)

5. He will play volleyball with his friends. (With whom?)

6. I bought some cards in the shop. (What?)

7. He has just read the poem. (Has … or …?)



Ask the following questions:

1. It often rains in autumn in London. (When?)

2. There is a lot of snow in Moscow in winter. (Is_?)

3. He is going to the park now. (Who?)

4. We have dinner at two o’clock every day. (When?)

5. He will play volleyball with his friends. (With whom?)

6. I bought some cards in the shop. (What?)

7. He has just read the poem. (Has … or …?)




Ask the following questions:

1. It often rains in autumn in London. (When?)

2. There is a lot of snow in Moscow in winter. (Is_?)

3. He is going to the park now. (Who?)

4. We have dinner at two o’clock every day. (When?)

5. He will play volleyball with his friends. (With whom?)

6. I bought some cards in the shop. (What?)

7. He has just read the poem. (Has … or …?)




Ask the following questions:

1. It often rains in autumn in London. (When?)

2. There is a lot of snow in Moscow in winter. (Is_?)

3. He is going to the park now. (Who?)

4. We have dinner at two o’clock every day. (When?)

5. He will play volleyball with his friends. (With whom?)

6. I bought some cards in the shop. (What?)

7. He has just read the poem. (Has … or …?)







Open the brackets:

1. Nick already to become a teacher.

2. When you to see Mary?

3. Yesterday I (to wake up) at 7 o’clock.

4. I to be in Moscow last month.

5. They not to build their country house yet.

6. You to be to London this year?



Open the brackets:

1. Nick already to become a teacher.

2. When you to see Mary?

3. Yesterday I (to wake up) at 7 o’clock.

4. I to be in Moscow last month.

5. They not to build their country house yet.

6. You to be to London this year?




Open the brackets:

1. Nick already to become a teacher.

2. When you to see Mary?

3. Yesterday I (to wake up) at 7 o’clock.

4. I to be in Moscow last month.

5. They not to build their country house yet.

6. You to be to London this year?




Open the brackets:

1. Nick already to become a teacher.

2. When you to see Mary?

3. Yesterday I (to wake up) at 7 o’clock.

4. I to be in Moscow last month.

5. They not to build their country house yet.

6. You to be to London this year?




Open the brackets:

1. Nick already to become a teacher.

2. When you to see Mary?

3. Yesterday I (to wake up) at 7 o’clock.

4. I to be in Moscow last month.

5. They not to build their country house yet.

6. You to be to London this year?

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