Join the sentences or the parts of the sentences with "who", "which" or "that":
I want some plates. They can go in the microwave.
She᾿s got friendly with a boy. He lives next door.
There᾿s some cheese in the fridge. It needs to be eaten.
This is the only hire car. I could get.
(Nothing) she said made any difference.
Do you know a shop? I can find sandals.
Complete the sentences using the 2nd Conditionals:
If I (know) his address, I (go) round and see him.
It (be) a pity if Andy (not get) the job.
Where (you go) if you (need) to buy a picture frame?
If you really (love) me, you (buy) me those diamonds.
Choose the correct verb forms:
If we (live/lived) in a town, life would be easier.
She (will/would) have a nervous breakdown if she goes on like this.
(We᾿ll/We᾿d) phone you if we have time.
Complete the sentences with modal verbs "could", "should", "have/has to", "must", "ought to", "might" and translate them:
People … realise that the world is in serious trouble.
You really … stop smoking, you know. It᾿s bad for you.
John … go to school on Saturdays.
You … come and see me now and then.
He … have been a doctor.
I … come earlier, if necessary.
Put up as many questions as you can:
I don᾿t often go to the market.
At 9 o᾿clock he began to look through the morning mail.
They will take English lessons twice a week.