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Презентация по английскому языку на тему " Past Simple"

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7th form


Passive voice

Choose the correct answer (a, b, c or d)

1. How many doors ... yesterday?

a) had painted

b) were painted

c) are painted

d) painted

2. His new book ... in every book shop in the town.

a) is sold

b) sold

c) were sold

d) has sold

3. His umbrella ... quite a lot of money.

a) is cost

b) have cost

c) costs

d) was cost

4. Some time ago a letter from my brother....

a) was come

b) has come

c) came

d) come

5. The students ... everything they need for their future profes­sion.

a) teach

b) was taught

c) taught

d) are taught

6. What ...in your language?

a) this film is called

b) is this film called

c) is called this film

d) this film called

7. ... to the children on time?

a) were the toys sent

b) did the toys were sent

c) did the toys send

d) was the toys sent

8. The Arabic language ... in Turkey.

a) not spoken

b) don't spoken

c) isn't spoken

d) don't speak

9. This door ... when there are not many people in the shop.

a) close

b) closed

c) was close

d) is closed

10. ... a card to your parents?

a) was you write

b) did you write

c) were you written

d) did you written


Past Perfect

Choose the correct answer (a, b, c or d)

1. They ... to live here in 1979.

a) had come

b) come

c) came

d) have come

2. After Philip ... his brother to prison, he ... a king.

a) sent, became

b) had sent, became

c) sent, had become

d) had sent, had become

3. I saw that they... a new car.

a) bought

b) did buy

c) have bought

d) had bought

4. Caroline ... school last year.

a) left

b) has left

c) had left

d) leaves

5. We were afraid he... our address.

a) forgot

b) had forgotten

c) forget

d) has forgotten

6. Jack ... without any present because he ... nothing.

a) had come, had bought

b) came, bought

c) had come, bought

d) came, had bought

7. Show me a picture of Helen. I... her.

a) had never seen

b) didn't ever seen

c) have never seen

d) never saw

8. When I ... the door, I... an old lady with a dog.

a) opened, saw

b) had opened, had seen

c) had opened, saw

d) opened, had seen

9. Julia looked sad because she ... her favourite cassette.

a) lost

b) had lost

c) has lost

d) was lost

10. Martin is happy because he ... the first prize.

a) has won

b) won

c) had won

d) win


Different tenses (active and passive)

Choose the correct answer (a, b, c or d)

1. What programme ... so late?

a) do you watch

b) you are watching

c) you watch

d) are you watching

2. How often ... your friends from England?

a) are you meeting

b) you meet

c) you are meeting

d) do you meet

3. About 5,000 new houses ... last year.

a) were built

b) have built

c) was built

d) are built

4. I... Mary today.

a) didn't see

b) don't see

c) haven't seen

d) wasn't seen

5. I couldn't find the newspaper that you ... me.

a) gave

b) had given

c) have given

d) was given

6. I think I... my bag, I can't find it anywhere.

a) had lost

b) have lost

c) were lost

d) lost

7. When I... them, they ... tennis.

a) was seeing, were playing

b) saw, played

c) saw, were playing

d) was seeing, played

8. I... the car when I... their house.

a) will stop, see

b) stop, see

c) will stop, Will see

d) stop, will see

9. Janet... to France when she was a child.

a) wasn't gone

b) hadn't gone

c) hasn't gone

d) didn't go

10. The children ... a lot of sweets by their parents.


b) had given

c) were given

d) give


Conditional sentences / Time clauses

Choose the correct answer (a, b, c or d) .

1. What... if they ... to your party?

a) will you think, don't come

b) do you think, don't come

c) will you think, won't come

d) do you think, won't come

2. Mary ... very happy if she ... her exam.

a) will be, will pass

b) is, pass

c) will be, passes

d) is, will pass

3. When ... tonight?

a) do you come

b) you come

c) will you come

d) you will come

4. Please, phone me when you ... something from them.

a) hear

b) heard

c) will hear

d) are hearing

5. If you ... it again, I... very angry!

a) will do, will be

b) will do, am

c) do, will be

d) do, am

6. You can do it when you ... time.

a) will have

b) have

c) had


7. I don't know what... if you ….. this information.

a) happens, forget

b) happens, will forget

c) will happen, will forget

d) will happen, forget

8. If you ... ice in a warm place it... into water.

a) will put, will turn

b) put, turns

c) will put, turns

d) put, turn

9. She ...the washing when the child ...asleep.

a) will do, will be

b) do, is

c) do, will be

d) will do, is

10. When ... ?

a) will the concert begin

b) the concert will begin

c) does the concert begins

d) the concert begins


Pronouns / Possessive pronouns / Possessive adjectives

Choose the correct answer (a, b, c or d)

1. Don't touch those oranges, they are not....

a) your

b) yours

c) you're

d) you

2. How old is ... father?

a) his

b) him

c) he's


3. Are all those bracelets ... ?

a) she

b) she's

c) her

d) hers

4. I don't like blue notebooks, I'll take some red ....

a) one's

b) ones

c) one

d) them

5. I'm sure your house is older than ....

a) my


c) mine

d) one

6. We've got a lot of old relatives and uncle James is the oldest



c) he

d) ones

7. It's very noisy in here, I can't hear ....

a) me

b) my

c) myself

d) my own

8. Ask him, he's got... of money.

a) many

b) a few

c) much

d) a lot of

9. There was a fire in Carol's house. We invited ... to stay with ... for a while.

a) she, ours

b) her, us

c) she, us

d) her, ourselves

10. We've got... cups left, you must buy some more.

a) a little

b) little

c) a few

d) few


Adjectives / Adverbs

Choose the correct answer (a, b, c or d)

1. Is your father ... than an elephant?

a) more stronger

b) strongest

c) stronger

d) the strongest

2. Could you speak ... ?

a) distinctlier

b) more distinctly

c) more distinct

d) distinct

3. Will you repeat this ... again?

a) one more

b) more

c) one

d) once

4. What is ... book in your library?

a) most interesting

b) the most interesting

c) interesting

d) more interesting

5. What ...did she tell you?

a) else

b) still

c) more

d) yet

6. They have ... sold their car.

a) yet

b) still

c) already

d) else

7. Are your friends ... there?

a) yet

b) still

c) almost

d) else

8. I think the left picture isn't... beautiful... the right one.

a) so, so

b) as, than

c) more, then

d) as, as

9. I... ridden a horse in my life.

a) have never

b) often have

c) never have

d) have usually

10. Andrew has got... money than we do.

a) last

b) lest

c) least

d) less


Some / any / no

Choose the correct answer (a, b, c or d)

1. Have you got... questions?

a) any

b) no

c) some

d) anything

2. I came at three but there wasn't... at home.

a) no one

b) someone


d) nobody

3. Could you buy ... apples, please?

a) any

b) nothing

c) no

d) some

4. I didn't know about it, she told me ....

a) nothing

b) no

c) anything

d) something

5. Your glasses must be ... in the kitchen.

a) anywhere

b) somewhere

c) nowhere

d) everywhere

6. They will know about... you say.

a) something

b) nothing

c) anything

d) every

7. Could you lend me ... money, please?

a) any

b) some

c) no

d) every

8. This song is very popular, you'll hear it on ... corner.

a) some

b) no

c) any

d) every

9. There are ... trees in our garden, only bushes and flowers.

a) any

b) lots

c) no

d) some

10. ... people enjoyed the film, others didn't like it at all.

a) some


c) any

d) no



Choose the correct answer (a, b, c or d)

1. I think you ... telephone your parents more often.

a) have to


c) can

d) are able to

2. If it doesn't rain, we ... go for a walk after dinner.

a) will be able to

b) must

c) can

d) may

3. You ... open this door without permission.

a) can't

b) aren't able to

c) mustn't

d) shouldn't

4. I don't know what to do.... I stay here?

a) must


c) should

d) can't

5. They ... wait for along time yesterday.

a) must

b) have to

c) can

d) had to

6. Why ... do that last Saturday?

a) can't you

b) couldn't you

c) you can't

d) you couldn't

7. They know French well, they ... translate without a dictio­nary.

a) can


c) must

d) may

8. ... I take one of your pencils?

a) can't

b) should

c) may

d) must

9. Mary ... be so lazy at school.

a) must

b) shouldn't

c) may not

d) could

10. I think you ... phone your friend tomorrow.

a) will be able to

b) could

c) can

d) had to


There is / there are / articles

Choose the correct answer (a, b, c or d)

1. How many people ... yesterday?

a) are there

b) were there

c) there are

d) there were

2. I'm afraid ... no water in the bottle.

a) there is

b) there are

c) there isn't

d) there aren't

3. ... anything to eat at the party tomorrow?

a) there will be

b) won't there be

c) will there be

d) there won't be

4. ... no news since last Tuesday.

a) there was

b) there hasn't been

c) there wasn't

d) there has been

5. Can you see ... cat in ... tree?

a) a, the

b) — (nothing), a

c) the, the

d) a, — (nothing)

6. Could you give me ... piece of cake?

a) the


c) an

d) — (nothing)

7. She gave me ... interesting book to read.

a) the


c) an

d) — (nothing)

8. Will you pass me ... salt, please?

a) the


c) an

d) — (nothing)

9. Carol lives in ... Green street.

a) the


c) an

d) — (nothing)

10. This isn't... Mary's little sister.

a) the


c) an

d) — (nothing)



Choose the correct answer (a, b, c or d)

1. ... about his new book?

a) how do you think

b) how you think

c) what you think

d) what do you think

2. ... far is it from the town where you live?

a) what

b) how

c) where

d) when

3. ... to buy a new car?

a) where you are going

b) what are you going

c) when are you going

d) what you are going

4. ... colour pencils would you like to use?

a) which

b) what

c) where

d) how

5. ... in Moscow or in Saint Petersburg?

a) where do you live

b) you live where

c) do you live

d) are you live

6. Mike knows a lot of interesting things,...?

a) isn't he

b) does he

c) hasn't he

d) doesn't he

7. They are learning French,...?

a) are they

b) do they

c) aren't they

d) don't they

8. Jane isn't very clever,... ?

a) isn't she

b) is she

c) doesn't she

d) does she

9. ... arrive at the hotel?

a) when will they

b) when they will

c) where will they

d) where they will

10. ... one of Mary's friends, are you?

a) aren't you

b) you don't

c) you aren't

d) don't you


Find fifteen pairs of opposites in the list

1) appear 11) whisper 21) better

2) easy 12) cold 22) go out

3) hate 13) take off 23) low

4) happy 14) gather 24) night

5) hot 15) before 25) floor

6) shout 16) scatter 26) difficult

7) ceiling 17) disappear 27) put on

8) day 18) high 28) love

9) worse 19) unhappy 29) dark

10) light 20) enter 30) after


Find fifteen pairs of opposites in the list

1) morning 11) black 21) sky

2) close 12) weak 22) answer

3) empty 13) throw 23) rise

4) tell a lie 14) fall asleep 24) bitter

5) white 15) dislike 25) big

6) fall 16) open 26) catch

7) strong 17) sweet 27) like

8) evening 18) finish 28) tell the truth

9) ground 19) full 29) begin

10) wake up 20) small 30) ask


Find fifteen pairs of opposites in the list

l)walk 11) laugh 21) soft

2) stand up 12) wrong 22) silence

3) die 13) slow 23) short

4) pleasant 14) drive 24) thin

5) hard 15) thick 25) buy

6) merry 16) sit down 26) dirty

7) long 17) noise 27) moon

8) right 18) unpleasant 28) fast

9) sell 19) live 29) clean

10)sun 20)sad 30)cry


Odd one out

Choose the word that does not belong to the group


a) butcher

b) a vacuum cleaner

c) greengrocer

d) salesman


a) exhibition

b) drama

c) gallery

d) theatre


a) arrival

b) departure

c) bookshop

d) booking-office


a) check-in

b) booking-office

c) information

d) suitcase


a) university

b) tradition

c) subject



a) Australia

b) Europe

c) Austria

d) Asia


a) nurse

b) manner

c) typist

d) baker


a) washing machine

b) electricity

c) central heating

d) gas


a) living room

b) kitchen

c) bathroom

d) apartment


a) dark

b) hot

c) warm

d) cold


Odd one out

Choose the word that does not belong to the group


a) geography

b) math

c) theatre

d) music


a) England

b) France

c) London

d) Spain


a) sing

b) dance

c) cook

d) sport


a) cartoon


c) television

d) documentary


a) magazine

b) fiction

c) tale

d) novel


a) guitar

b) violin

c) paint

d) flute


a) run

b) hockey

c) ski

d) skate


a) stamp

b) coin

c) badge



a) children

b) wife

c) uncle

d) husband


a) ticket

b) class

c) cheap

d) luggage


Odd one out

Choose the word that does not belong to the group


a) gallery

b) video

c) radio

d) television


a) afternoon

b) week

c) morning

d) evening


a) meeting point

b) arrivals

c) customs

d) camera


a) wind

b) rain

c) sunny

d) snow


a) ruler

b) obligation

c) law

d) regulation


a) railway station

b) return ticket

c) through train

d) traffic lights


a) journey

b) voyage

c) ship



a) park


c) street



a) pound


c) dime

d) nickel


a) hospital

b) museum

c) factory

d) tower


Odd one out

Choose the word that does not belong to the group


a) the British Museum

b) the Great Fire

c) Trafalgar Square

d) the National Gallery


a) church

b) bridge

c) painting

d) tower


a) exhibition

b) gallery

c) museum

d) park


a) red

b) flag

c) white

d) blue


a) architect

b) baker

c) teacher

d) office


a) country

b) city

c) capital

d) town


a) will



d) give


a) depart

b) arrive

c) leave



a) Ireland

b) Virginia

c) Wales

d) Scotland


a) academic

b) president

c) university

d) student


Odd one out

Choose the word that does not belong to the group


a) legend

b) custom

c) habit

d) tradition


a) Africa

b) Indonesia

c) India

d) Turkey


a) summer

b) winter

c) climate

d) autumn


a) caviar

b) sour cream


d) pancakes


a) science

b) knowledge


d) information


a) battle

b) general

c) war

d) independence


a) men

b) nation

c) people

d) nationality


a) raven

b) bird

c) canary



a) food


c) meal

d) eat


a) lake

b) forest

c) sea

d) river



Choose the correct answer (a, b, c or d)

1. Jane is very fond ... banana ice-cream.

a) on


c) in

d) of

2. They promised to come ... Sunday afternoon.

a) at

b) on

c) in

d) out

3. We couldn't see the sky ... the clouds.

a) through

b) over

c) after


4. The largest country ... the world is Russia.

a) on


c) from


5. When did you make friends ... Andrew?

a) to

b) on

c) about

d) with

6. Our winter holidays last... two weeks.

a) between


c) for

d) to

7. I haven't seen Jane ... last Friday.

a) on

b) since


d) from

8. Can you give us some facts ... traditional English holidays?

a) about

b) from

c) of

d) out of

9. There is a table ... the window.

a) next

b) near to

c) next to


10.I think 1 can buy a drink ... you.

a) with


c) to

d) about

TEST V7-10 Irregular verbs

Put the verbs in groups according to the patterns:

a) fight — fought — fought;

b) fly — flew — flown;

c) fall — fell — fallen;

d) lose — lost — lost.

get …………. ………………

throw …………. ………………

teach …………. ………………

blow …………. ………………

know …………. ………………

catch …………. ………………

bring …………. ………………

forget …………. ………………

speak …………. ………………

hold …………. ………………

hide …………. ………………

choose …………. ………………

tell …………. ………………

feel …………. ………………

draw …………. ………………

buy …………. ………………

grow …………. ………………

think …………. ………………

steal …………. ………………

win …………. ………………


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In England people do a lot of strange things. Everything is not like (4) in Europe. For example, the English are fond of talking about weather. They usually start every conversation (1) with a little remark about it. If you don't say anything about weather, they will think you are terribly boring. The Europeans usually talk about the weather when they don't have anything else to discuss. The English sense of humour is very special. You can offend people

on the continent (2) if you make jokes about their clothes, their jobs, their lifestyle. But the English do it (3) every now and then and find nothing bad in it. English people are also very sarcastic so you must be ready to be laughed at. The English are proud of their difference from Europe and indeed (5) they are different in many ways.

1. Choose the best title for the text.

a) English humour

b) England and Europe

c) English ways

d) The English are proud

2. According to the text, the Europeans

a) are terribly boring

b) seldom talk about the weather

c) usually don't have anything to discuss

d) are not easily offended

3. According to the text, the English

a) are very sarcastic

b) talk about the weather all the time

c) hate when people laugh at them

d) are mostly former Europeans

4. "conversation" (point 1) means

a) conference

b) story

c) talk

d) competition

5. "continent" (point 2) means

a) Africa

b) Asia

c) South America

d) Europe

6. "it" (point 3) stands for .

a) telling jokes

b) continent

c) clothes

d) offending people

7. "like" (point 4) is

a) a noun

b) a preposition

c) a verb

d) a conjunction

8. "indeed" (point 5) means

a) typically

b) of course

c) really

d) strangely


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Britain ruled over many countries in different parts of the world at the beginning of the century (3). Those countries were called colonies. In some of them people still (1) speak English as a second language. The British Empire existed until 1949 when Britain and the former colonies agreed to found the Commonwealth. The Queen of Great Britain became the Head of Commonwealth as well. She is also the queen of such countries as Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Some people in these countries don't like the (2) idea of being ruled by someone who doesn't even live in their country. But others don't mind. They (4) say that the Queen does not have any real power anywhere outside (5) Great Britain so she can't change anything really.

1. Choose the best title for the text

a) The Commonwealth

b) Modern politics

c) The Queen of England

d) The elections

2. "century" (point 3) stands for

a) the eighteenth century

b) the nineteenth century

c) the twentieth century

d) the twenty-first century

3. According to the text the Queen ,

a) has a lot of colonies

b) is the head of the Commonwealth

c) rules in all English-speaking countries

d) speaks English as a second language

4. According to the text the Commonwealth

a) consists of colonies only

b) no longer exists

c) was formed in the middle of the century

d) helps the Queen to rule the world

5. "still" (point 1) means

a) quiet

b) calm

c) now

d) up to now

6. "idea" (point 2) means

a) thought

b) plot

c) plan

d) story

7. "they" (point 4) stands for

a) former colonies

b) countries of the Commonwealth

c) people who don't mind the Queen

d) people who are against the Queen

8. "outside" (point 5) is

a) an adverb

b) a preposition

c) a noun

d) a verb


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Different kinds of sports are popular among the British. A lot of them go in for such sports as golf, football and tennis.

Some people say football and tennis are typically English sports, but not everyone knows that football was developed in England. It (4) is now spread (1) all over the world and has become perhaps the most popular team game in most countries. Nearly every area in Britain has their own home (2) team. There are also national teams which take part in National Cup. The Cup Final is played at the country's biggest stadium which (3) is Wembley Stadium in London. The Final is a big event as it is one of the most important football matches of the year. British football fans are also well-known (5) for their aggressiveness and violence.

1. Choose the best title for the text.

a) Football fans

b) Football in Britain

c) The Cup Final

d) London stadiums

2. According to the text football

a) is an aggressive game

b) is only played at Wembley

c) is a British national game

d) was developed in England

3. According to the text the fans

a) like watching tennis as well

b) think The Final isn't important

c) are aggressive and violent

d) are developing the game

4. "spread" (point 1) means

a) become known

b) understood

c) distributed

d) covered

5. "home" (point 2) means

a) house

b) local

c) building

d) international

6. "which" (point 3) stands for

a) the country

b) London

c) the biggest stadium

d) Wembley

7. "it" (point 4) stands for

a) football

b) sports

c) England

d) everyone

8. "well-known" (point 5) is

a) a noun

b)a verb

c) an adverb

d) an adjective


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Every day we hear our planet is in danger. A lot of people are trying to do something to protect the environment, but the situation is getting worse every moment. Take the water for example. It (1) is really important for everything alive on the Earth. But there is little water that is drinkable (2) and good to use for cooking. A lot of rivers and lakes are so polluted that even fish cannot live there. Beaches that were clean fifty years ago are very dirty now so people can't have their holidays where they liked to stay (4). Lake Baikal which was famous for its clean waters and natural beauty is in great danger because of the factories near it (3). In some places the water in the lake is so dirty that it kills everything in and around (5). If the pollution is not stopped, the lake will be lost.

1. Choose the best title for the text.

a) The Earth is in danger

b) Lake Baikal

c) Water pollution

d) The beaches

2. According to the text water

a) is important for life

b) is always good to drink

c) is used by factories

d) is dirty everywhere

3. According to the text lake Baikal

a) is the most beautiful in Russia

b) is dirty everywhere

c) can be lost

d) is best for fish

4. "it" (point 1) stands for

a) example

b) water

c) pollution

d) moment

5. "drinkable" (point 2) means

a) good to drink

b) easy to drink

c) bad to drink

d) difficult to drink

6. "it" (point 3) stands for

a) factory


c) natural beauty

d) lake Baikal

7. "stay" (point 4) means

a) live


c) have holidays

d) work

8. "around" (point 5) is

a) a preposition

b) a noun

c) a verb

d) an adverb


Read the text and do the tasks that follow

If someone tells you that your winter coat does not warm you, you will not believe it. But you can make an experiment. Look at the thermometer and see what the temperature is. Then wrap (3) it (1) in your winter coat and leave it on the table. Some hours later look at the thermometer again. The temperature will not change. It means (5) that your winter coat does not warm you. But does it cool you then? Take two bags of ice and wrap one of them in your coat. Leave the other bag unwrapped on the table. When the second bag melts (4), check the first one (2). You'll see that the ice in the first bag has not melted. It seems that the coat cooled the ice. The thing is that our clothes do not warm us, they help us keep ourselves warm.

1. Choose the best title for the text:

a) Why ice melts

b) How a thermometer works

c) Does your coat warm you?

d) How to keep warm in winter

2. According to the text your winter coat

a) cools you

b) keeps you warm

c) warms you

d) costs a lot of money

3. According to the text the temperature inside a coat

a) is higher than around

b) is lower than around

c) is the same as around

d) is the same as in the street

4. "it" (point 1) stands for

a) temperature

b) experiment

c) coat

d) thermometer

5. "one" (point 2) stands for

a) bag

b) coat

c) ice

d) table

6. "wrap" (point 3) means

a) mix


c) put round

d) move

7. "melts" (point 4) means

a) turns into gas

b) turns into water

c) disappears

d) appears

8. "means" (point 5) is

a) a pronoun

b) an adverb

c) a noun

d) a verb


Choose the best answer (a, b, c or d) to the sentences below

1. People say that Ann's family is very rich.

a) That serves her right!

b) What are her parents?

c) Isn't she wonderful!

d) She must be on holiday.

2. Look at his new car!

a) You must be joking.

b) Where on earth is that?

c) Is that the one on the left?

d) How old is he?

3. Your new teacher is really good-looking.

a) Everyone thinks so.

b) Have you seen my brother?

c) He doesn't work there.

d) You are lucky.

4. Isn't this novel really interesting!

a) I'm afraid I must go.

b) I hate literature.

c) How much was that?

d) So you liked it, didn't you?

5. Sharon isn't very beautiful, but she's so kind.

a) That's what I like about her.

b) I don't think she is beautiful.

c) I'll let you know.

d) Her dog is crazy.


Choose the best answer (a, b, c or d) to the sentences below

1. Was Andy angry when you told him?

a) No, I don't mind.

b) Of course you are!

c) No, he was upset.

d) I knew it was wrong.

2. I'm really tired of working on weekends.

a) Why don't your change you job?

b) Was the bus late?

c) Where are you going?

d) Where are you from?

3. Does she study hard?

a) She's so good-looking!

b) Isn't she?

c) She's never late.

d) She's the best student.

4. Is Kate good at cooking?

a) She's gone on holiday.

b) She doesn't like it very much.

c) It's really nice of her.

d) She's already too old.

5. Would you like to go to the cinema with us?

a) That's a good idea.

b) I'll see if Mark is already home.

c) Oh, you're lucky!

d) How can you say so?


Choose the best answer (a, b, c or d) to the sentences below

1. I always laugh at his jokes.

a) Yes, he's a great painter.

b) I thought he was dead.

c) No, not with him.

d) Well, I don't find them funny.

2. Did you watch that programme yesterday?

a) Are you joking?

b) Where does it come from?

c) When was it on?

d) I haven't got a TV.

3. We can use that bottle again.

a) I haven't thought of that.

b) So you like it, don't you?

c) When can you come?

d) Don't talk to me like that.

4. Could you look up his number for me, please?

a) Where is the dictionary?

b) Yes, sure. Just a minute.

c) No, I'm afraid I lost it.

d) Yes, sure. Where is the phone?

5. Do you know where my umbrella is?

a) You must be joking!

b) I think you should stop it.

c) It may rain again soon.

d) I have no idea.


Choose the best answer (a, b, c or d) to the sentences below

1. I haven't seen Alan for ages.

a) Now he works in France.

b) Is it difficult?

c) Yes, he's very old.

d) Yes, he's still here.

2. Can I leave a message for him?

a) Where are you from?

b) We haven't got any messengers.

c) What's your name, please?

d) What's the time?

3. Mike has bought the tickets so we're leaving on Saturday.

a) Are you looking for something?

b) What wonderful weather!

c) What has happened to him?

d) Have a nice holiday!

4. You must come and see my new flat. It's so beautiful!

a) I don't think so.

b) Will Tuesday be all right?

c) Where's the door?

d) I'm afraid I must go.

5. I've invited some friends of mine.

a) How many of these would you like?

b) So for how long have you known them?

c) So how many people are coming?

d) How old is your friend?

TEST R7-10

Choose the best answer (a, b, c or d) to the sentences below

1. Do you like living in a capital?

a) Why are you here?

b) Who told you that?

c) It is sometimes difficult.

d) It must be very noisy.

2. I'll make some sandwiches for you.

a) Oh, don't worry!

b) I hate sandwiches.

c) You're so clever.

d) Are they in the fridge?

3. Excuse me. Can you tell me where platform five is?

a) It's next to the library.

b) How much will that be?

c) Sorry, I have no idea.

d) What are you looking for?

4. Oh, I've got so many bags to carry!

a) Will you phone me tomorrow?

b) Why don't you buy a washing machine?

c) How many bags are there?

d) Shall I help you?

5. Before I came to this school, my Russian was terrible.

a) It has really improved, hasn't it?

b) It is still terrible, isn't it?

c) You like it in Russia, don't you?

d) Russians are so rude, aren't they?


Correct the mistakes in the following sentences. There is only one mistake in each sentence. The mistakes can be in grammar, spelling or vocabulary

1. I like reading because is interesting.

2. The house is very quite in the evenings.

3. Her brother is two years younger than she.

4. We are going in Italy on holiday,

5. My grandma sent a postcard me.

6. Everyone was enjoing the concert.

7. I don't like girls with blonde hairs.

8. On Saturdays I'm usually play football with my friends.

9. Would you like to visit a old town?

10. They bought a ticket, than they saw a film.


Correct the mistakes in the following sentences. There is only one mistake in each sentence. The mistakes can be in grammar, spelling or vocabulary

1. Does she got two children?

2. I think he is teacher.

3. I don't know the Russian very well.

4. I saw three olds ladies in the park.

5. Mike went to the shop for to buy some bread.

6. I'm going to first interview tomorrow.

7. Ann never phone me.

8. The girl wanted the apple bigger.

9. I'm liking your cooking so much.

10. Don't forget your hat because is snowing outside.


Correct the mistakes in the following sentences. There is only one mistake in each sentence. The mistakes can be in grammar, spelling or vocabulary

1. I waited for three hours for their answer.

2. During they studied at school, they learned a lot of subjects.

3. When an apple felt from the tree, it hit me on the head.

4. How did you your work so quickly?

5. In 17 years old he finished school.

6. I haven't seen my all family for two months.

7. She phoned me last afternoon.

8. I knew Mary in 1996 in London.

9. They first met five year ago.

10. I didn't notice when she leaved.


Correct the mistakes in the following sentences. There is only one mistake in each sentence. The mistakes can be in grammar, spelling or vocabulary

1. When did you come to here?

2. She caught bus to get to the station.

3. Is there sugar enough in your tea?

4. They had diner in a restaurant.

5. We can use the informations he sent us.

6. They want to look on the books in the living-room.

7. He asked a lot questions, I don't remember everything.

8. Can't you see there aren't any milk in the bottle?

9. His clothes is very dirty.

10. I think I must to phone her immediately.


Correct the mistakes in the following sentences. There is only one mistake in each sentence. The mistakes can be in grammar, spelling or vocabulary

1. I'd like that I stay with them here.

2. Grandma promised to take care about our cats.

3. I tried to by an economical car.

4. "Did she say why she was so sad?" — "Yes, she said".

5. Would you like having a nice cup of tea?

6. We're hopping to pass all our exams.

7. I got this from Jack, said it is useful.

8. English people tells a lot of jokes all the time.

9. Carol wants come at seven.

10. They not tell me what has happened.

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