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DO YOU KNOW GRAMMAR?
1. What do we understand by the ‘tense’ of a verb? (The tense of a verb shows the time (present, past, future) when the action takes place, took place or will take place.) 2. Give the Simple Future Tense of the verbs ‘be’ and ‘have’. (shall be, shall have, will be, will have). 3. Put the following sentence in the Present Simple Tense: You were very careless, weren’t you? (You are very careless, aren’t you?) 4. How can you make the Present Participle of any verb? (by adding –ing to the infinitive). 5. What do we call verbs that form their past tense and past participle by changing their vowels? (irregular verbs)
6. What is the negative form of ‘will’? (won’t or will not) 7. What is the Future Progressive of the verb ‘to write’? (shall be writing, will be writing) 8.How is the Future Perfect Tense made? (It is made by using the Future Simple Tense (shall/will), together with ‘have’ and the Past Participle.) 9.What is the Future Perfect of the verb to ‘speak’? (will have spoken, shall have spoken) 10.Which form is correct: A new hotel is built in the centre of Moscow now or A new hotel is being built in the centre of Moscow now? (is being built)
What is the Future Progressive Negative of the verb ‘to write’? (shall not be writing, will not be writing) 12. What tense expresses an action that will have been completed at or before a time in the future? (the Future Perfect Tense) 13. What is the Future Perfect Negative of the verb ‘to speak’? (will not have spoken, shall not have spoken) 14. Which form is correct: I’m not looking forward to go to the dentist’s or I’m not looking forward to going to the dentist’s? (to going to the dentist’s) 15. Which of the following verbs are never used in continuous tenses: buy, become, believe, increase? (believe)
16. What tense is used for an action that is just finished? (It is used when we are thinking more of the present result (‘up to now’) than about the past action.) (the Present Perfect Tense) 17. Name the Past Simple Tense of the verbs ‘be’ and ‘have’. (was, were, had) 18. Which of the following is used only in the plural: screws, scissors, hammers, nails? (scissors) 19. What tense is used to express an action that will continue some time in the future? (the Future Progressive Tense) 20. Is this sentence right or wrong? Correct it if it is wrong. How long do you know Ann? (wrong: How long have you known Ann?) 21. What is the singular of the word ‘children’? (child) 22. What do we use to make questions and negative sentences? (do/does) 23. We do not use it with the verb ‘be’ (was/were). What is it? (did: e.g. Why were you so angry?) 24. When do we use the Past Progressive (e.g. I was doing) and the Past Simple (e.g. I did) together? (to say that something happened in the middle of something else: e.g. It was raining when I got up.)
Task: Употребить глаголы в предложениях в соответствующем времени. Разрешается добавлять и исключать слова, если необходимо. The tense of a verb shows the time (present, past or future) when the action takes place, took place or will take place. Put these sentences in the Past Simple/Future Simple. Add a word or phrase to some of them to show the past time/future time. Leave out a word if necessary.
My Birthday Today is my birthday, so I have a holiday today. On my birthday I always do my work early in the morning so that I am free for the day. This year my birthday is on Tuesday. I have a present for my birthday; here it is in my hand. I am 16 today
KEY Past Tense It was my birthday yesterday, so I had a holiday then. I did my work early in the morning so that I was free for the day. My birthday was on Monday. I had a present for my birthday; it was a CD. I was 16 yesterday.
Future Tense It will be my birthday tomorrow, so I shall have a holiday then. I shall do my work early in the morning so that I shall be free for the day. My birthday will be on a Wednesday this year. I shall have a party and I know that my parents will give me a birthday present. I shall be 16 tomorrow.
Task: Open the brackets, using the right verb forms. Complete the letter. The Unfinished Letter Dear Hilda, I just (1-hear) that my mother isn’t very well, and I (2-like) (3-go) and (4-see) her. The trouble (5-be) I (6-not, can) (7-take) my dog Tim with me. You (8-think) you (9-can) possibly (10-look) after him for a week? You (11-have) him for a week last year, you (12-remember), and you (13-say) he (14-be) no trouble, and (15-get) on well with your dog. If you (16-can) (17-have) him, I (18-bring) him along any time that (19-suit) you. He (20-have) his own bed and bowl, and I (21-bring) enough tinned dog food (22-last) him a week. But if it (23-not be) convenient, (24-not hesitate) (25-say) so... .
Key: 1) have just heard; 2) would/should like; 3) to go; 4) (to) see; 5) is; 6) can’t/cannot; 7) take; 8) Do you think...?; 9) could possibly; 10) look; 11) had; 12) remember; 13) said; 14) was/had been; 15) got/had got; 16) can; 17) to have; 18) will/shall bring; 19) suits; 20) has; 21) will bring; 22) to last; 23) is not; 24) don’t hesitate; 25) to say.
‘If-Problems’ If two cats are before a cat, and two cats are behind a cat, and a cat is in the middle, how many cats are there in all? (Three cats? One after another)