V grade: Test 2 Preparation

Teaching To The Test

I Write was or were in the gaps. In the sentences with (-) write the negative form wasn’t or weren’t.

  1. She ___________ at school yesterday morning.
  2. Anna ___________ at the cinema last night. She ___________ (-) at a restaurant.
  3. _________ you late for school this morning? No, I ____________. (-)
  4. They __________ (-) sad. They ___________ very happy.
  5. Last weekend we ___________ on at the seaside. We __________ on holiday. The weather ____________ hot and sunny. Our hotel __________ (-) far from the beach. It________ near the beach. We ____________ happy.
  6. He ___________ (-) in the garden. He __________ at a theme park with his friends.
  7. _________ she at her sister’s wedding last Saturday? Yes, she _________.
  8. My mum __________ (-) at work last week. She ____________ on holiday.
  9. _________ they at Mike’s birthday party? Yes, they _________.
  10. Where ________ you? I ___________ at a swimming pool.
  11. When _________ the concert? It _________ Last Friday.

II Write the verbs in the gaps in the past simple. In the sentences with (not) write the negative form with didn’t + infinitive.

  1. Last year my family ____________ (visit) London. We _________ (travel) by train to Calais. My brother __________ (forget) his MP3 player. He __________ (play) computer games in the car. We __________ (take) the boat to Dover. My mum _____________(not enjoy) the boat trip. We _______ (eat) fish and chips in a restaurant. But my dad __________ (not like) the food. We ______ (arrive) in London at 8 o’clock.
  2. He ___________ (phone) his mother last week.
  3. She __________ (take) a taxi to the airport yesterday.
  4. We __________ (not drink) anything. We __________ (eat) some really good chocolate.
  5. They ___________ (have) a picnic last Sunday. They __________ (not stay) at home.
  6. My mum ___________ (make) a chocolate cake for my birthday.
  7. The policeman ____________ (want) to see our documents. He __________ (check) our passports and _______(tell) us to go .
  8. The baby __________(cry) all night. He ___________(not sleep) well.
  9. I ___________ (think) that Mia’s party _________ (be) the best party ever.
  10. She ___________ (write) me a text message. She __________ (not write) an email.

III Write questions in the past simple using Did + subject+ infinitive…? and give short answers.

Did you write  (write) you homework? Yes, I did.   No, I didn’t.

  1. ________ she ________ (help) you with your homework? Yes, she ________.
  2. When ________ he _______ (come) home?
  3. _________ they _________ (watch) TV last night? No, they ___________.
  4. Where ________ Mark ______ (go)?
  5. Why ________ you _________ (get) up so early?
  6. _________ you __________(bake) bread? Yes, I _________.

IV Write the places you see.

IV Write what you see.

V Write a, an, some or the.

  1. I went to ________ restaurant yesterday for lunch. ________ restaurant was full so I waited 15 minutes for _____ table. I ordered ______ soup and ______hamburger. _______soup was cold and ______ hamburger was awful.
  2. Last weekend, I went shopping with my mum. We went to ________ supermarket. ______ is near our house. Mum bought ______ milk, _______ apples, ______ orange, _____ eggs, _____ cheese, _____ loaf of bread, ______ lamb, _______ tomatoes and _______lettuce. She cooked _________ lamb, washed and cut ________ tomatoes and ______ lettuce and made ______ delicious lunch.
  3. To make pancakes, you need _____ egg, ________ milk, ________ sugar, ________ flour, _____oil and _____ frying pan. Beat _______ egg and _______ sugar. Add _______ milk and nix everything. Then, add _______ flour and mix well. Put _______oil on the frying pan and heat it. Then, pour the mixture in _______ frying pan.
  4. There is _________ yoghurt in the fridge.
  5. There are __________ bananas in the bowl. Eat _________ bananas if you are hungry.
  6. There is ______ sandwich in my bag.
  7. They ate __________ satsumas for snack. _________ satsumas were sweet.

VI Write some or any. Some in positive sentences, any in negative sentences and questions.

  1. There are __________ beans on the plate.
  2. Is there ________ sugar in the cupboard?
  3. There isn’t _________ Cola.
  4. There are ________ pears in the tree.
  5. Are there _________ hamburgers on the plate?
  6. Have you got ________ peas?
  7. They drank ________ juice.
  8. We need _______ salt and ______pepper. We don’t need _______ flour.

VII Write a little or a few. Use a little + uncountable nouns or a few + countable nouns. (A little cheese, a few eggs)

  1. We need _________ oranges and _________ water.
  2. There are __________ potatoes and _________ rice in the cupboard.
  3. She ate _________ grapes.
  4. I need _________ chocolate, _________ milk, _________ lemonade and ________ apples.
  5. There is __________ coffee in my cup.
  6. There are _________ cheeseburgers on the kitchen table.

VIII Write what you see.

IX Write how much or how many

  1. ___________ bread do you eat a day?
  2. ___________ slices of bread do you eat a day?
  3. ___________water do you drink?
  4. ___________cheese do we  need?
  5. ___________ bags of apples did you buy?
  6. ___________ chocolate did she eat?
  7. ___________ bars of chocolate did she eat?
  8. ___________ oranges do we need?
  9. ___________sugar do we need?
  10. ___________ potatoes are there?
  11. ___________ soup did she eat?
  12. ___________ lemons are there?

X Translate the verbs.

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