TEST (Form 8)
1. Write what they want.
Example: Ben says, ‘‘Alex, help me with my homework.’’ - Ben wants Alex to help him with his homework.
The teacher says to Natalie, ‘‘Bring me the exercise book.’’
The boy says to his dog, ‘‘Jump over the bench.’’
Your mother says to you, ‘‘Buy some bread for dinner.’’
2. Ask people to help you in these situations.
Example: You can’t hear what the teacher is saying very well. – Could you speak louder, please?
You don’t know what this word means.
You want to know the time.
You want to leave a message for your friend.
You don’t know how to find the address.
3. Write pronouns instead of nouns.
Example: I like the flower. – it
I’m going to talk to Olga.
I’m calling my friend.
Look at these not funny girls.
I want my son to go with me.
Can you lend me your book?
I like to play with a racket and a ball, so I prefer to -----ping pong.
I don’t like to-------weight training when there are a lot of people around.
Would you like to------squash with me?
It’s no exciting to-----aerobics without music.
My friend is great. He ----swimming and takes part in competitions.
5. Write the rules that are in your school. (Use the phrases in the box.)
Example: You can / can’t wear jeans in school.
eat in class
talk in class
be late for class
cheat in class
6.Put the verbs in the right form.
Example:Three states (hit) by a tornado in 1925.- Three states were hit by a tornado in 1925.
It (call) the Three-State Tornado.
Six hundred and ninety-five people (kill) and thousand (injure).
Cars (pick up) and (throw) a long way away.
A lot of trees (push over).
7. Listen and find five things that are mentioned. (Unit 7 Lesson 7)
mobile phone 6) photos
exercise book 7) telephone
poster 8) uniform
newspaper 9) baseball bat
magazine 10) baseball glove