Module 3 9 form
1 Fill in: humped, illusion, dull, mythical, torture.
1 Cubist paintings often have … colours.
2 When we see one picture inside another we experiencing an optical … .
3 Every culture has stories of … creatures.
4 We can find … chambers in many old castles.
5 This creature has a … back and a long neck.
2 Write the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
1 Rita … (not/finish) her project by the time she went to bed.
2My mum … (cook) dinner for over three hours before our party began.
3 Dad … (wash) his car when it started to rain.
4 She felt nervous last night because she … (worry) about her exams.
5 This time last week we … (take) exams.
3 Form compound adjectives using the words below.
deep well human blond good
1 He is …-known English writer.
2 They say there are some …- sea monsters here.
3 Diana is a very …- looking girl.
4 Her brother is a cute …-haired boy.
5 They watched a horror film about …-like reptile.
4 Fill in the gaps with the correct preposition and particle.
1 I feel ill. I must be coming… with the flu.
2 They came … a secret room in the palace.
3 We came … with a great idea for a party.
4 I was nervous … camping in the forest.
5 She knew … experience not to go there along.
5 Match to form exchanges.
1 Shall we go to the cinema? A I know!
2 That’s awful! B Nothing serious, I’m just tired.
3 What’s happen? C You could be right.
4 What does it mean? D Why not?
5 It might mean they are anxious. E I don’t know.
Keys: 1 dull, illusion, mythical, torture, humped.
2 had not finished, had been cooking, was washing, was worrying, were taking.
3 well-, deep-, good-, blond-, human-.
4 down, across, up, about, from.
5 D, A, B, E, C.