6th grade: The Correction of the Second Written Test

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 Group A

 

I Make arrangements using the cues.

A: Shall we go shopping tomorrow afternoon?

B: No, sorry, I can’t. I’m having a piano lesson.

A: What about Saturday morning?

B: Sure. Let’s meet at the shopping mall at 10 o’clock.

II Look at the map. You are where the cross is. Ask and give directions how to get to the museum.

A: Excuse me. How can I get to the nearest museum, please? (Is there a museum near here?)

B: Go straight on and take the first turning on the left. Go down Queen Avenue and take the first turning on the right. Go past the hotel and the chemist. The museum is on your left, next to the music shop and opposite the theater.

A: Thanks a lot.

III What is the problem with the people in the picture.

  1. He’s got a cold.
  2. He’s got stomachache.
  3. He’s got a toothache.
  4. She’s got a sore throat.
  5. She’s hungry.

 IV Write dialogues giving advice with should or shouldn’t.

  1. A: What’s up?

B: I’m sleepy.

A: You should go to bed early. (You shouldn’t stay up late at night.)

 

  1. A: What’s the matter?

B:  I’m very cold.

A: You should put on a jumper.

 

  1. A: What’s wrong?

B: I can’t see well.

A: You should go to an optician.      

 

V Write 2 things that:

  1. You mustn’t do at the shops

You mustn’t run in the shops.

You mustn’t steal things.

  1. You don’t have to do at home

I don’t have to wash up.

I don’t have to vacuum the floor.                                                                                                                                                                   

VI What does each sign mean? Write sentences using must or mustn’t.

 

  1. You mustn’t touch.
  2. You must wear a helmet.
  3. You mustn’t turn left.
  4. You must wear a seat belt.
  5. You mustn’t park here.

 

VII Write sentences using the Present Perfect Tense.

  1. They have eaten some vegetables.
  2. I haven’t written my homework yet.
  3. Mr Cameron has drunk some wine.
  4. My mom hasn’t cooked lunch yet.
  5. Have you been in Russia?
  6. It hasn’t snowed a lot.

 

 

 

 

            Group B

 

I Make arrangements using the cues.

A: Shall we go to the cinema on Friday evening?

B: No, sorry, I can’t. I’m having dinner with Peter.

A: What about Saturday evening?

B: I’d love to. Let’s meet at the cinema at  7 p.m.

II Look at the map. You are where the cross is. Ask and give directions how to get to the aquarium.

 A: Excuse me. Is there an aquarium near here? (How can I get to the nearest aquarium, please?)

B: Yes. Go along here and take the first turning on the left. Go down Queen Avenue and take the first turning on the left into Lane Street. Go past the Italian restaurant and the aquarium is on your right next to the vet and opposite the shopping center.

A: Thank you very much.

III What’s the problem with the people in the pictures?

  1. His back hurts.
  2. She’s got an earache.
  3. His knee hurts.
  4. He feels sick. (He doesn’t feel well.)
  5. She’s got a headache.

IV Write dialogues giving advice with should or shouldn’t.

  1. A: What’s wrong?

B: I’m tired.

A: You should sleep more.

  1. A: What’s the matter?

B:  I’m always late for school.

A: You should get up earlier.

  1. A: What’s up?

B: I thirsty.

A: You should have a glass of water.

 

 

V Write 2 things that:

  1. You must do at home

I must listen to my parents.

I must clean my room.

  1. You don’t have to do at school

We don’t have to clean the classrooms.

We don’t have to wear uniforms.

 

                                                                                                                               

VI What does each sign mean? Write sentences using must or mustn’t.

 

  1. You must be quiet.
  2. You must show your passport.
  3. You mustn’t take photos.
  4. You mustn’t play football.
  5. You mustn’t bring a gun.

 

VII Write sentences using the Present Perfect Tense.

 

  1. She has spoken to the teacher.
  2. Has he met her parents?
  3. He hasn’t seen the film.
  4. Mia has phoned her brother.
  5. The class hasn’t started yet.
  6. My friend has made me a sandwich.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Priprema za drugi pismeni zadatak – 6. razred

I  Make arrangements using the cues. (SB p. 51)

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  1. Go to the cinema / Friday evening?

No, have dinner with George

Saturday evening?

Yes

 

A: Shall we go to the cinema on Friday evening?

B: No, sorry, I can’t. I’m having dinner with George.

A: What about Saturday evening?

B: Saturday evening is OK. Let’s meet in front of the cinema.

A: Great. See you there at 8.15.

 

  1. Play football / at the weekend?

No, go away for the weekend with my family.

Monday afternoon?

Yes

 

  1. Go for a picnic / Sunday?

No, study for an exam

Next weekend?

Yes

 

 

II Ask for and give directions.  (SB p. 47 and WB pp. 36 & 37).

Look at the map. You are where the orange cross is. 

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A: Excuse me. Is there a hotel near here?

  B: Yes. Go along here and take the first turning at the left. Go down the Queen Avenue and take the first turning at the left. That’s Lane Street. Go past the Town Hall and the phone box. The hotel is on your right next to the chemist’s and opposite the theatre.

A: Thank you very much.

 

Ask and give directions how to get to:

  1. the chemist
  2. Art Gallery
  3. School
  4. Aquarium
  5. Supermarket

 

III What’s the problem with the people in the picture.  (SB p. 68; WB p 54)

Ailments

  1. He’s got a cold.

IV Write dialogues giving advice using should or shouldn’t for each situation. (SB p. 69;  WB p.  55)

A: What’s the matter / wrong / up?

B: I’m tired.

A: You should go to bed early tonight.

V What does each sign say? Write sentences using must or mustn’t. (SB p 71)

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VI Write down two things that: (WB pp. 56 & 57)

  1. You must do at home
  2. You mustn’t do at school
  3. You don’t have to do at home

VI Write sentences in the present perfect tense. (SB pp 57 & 59)

  1. We ________ (eat) some fruit.
  2. She ________ (speak) to the teacher.
  3. _____ he ______ (meet) her parents? No, he _______.
  4. I _______ (meet) some very interesting people.
  5. My mum _________ (not cook) lunch yet.
  6. ______ you _______ (do) your homework yet? Yes, I _______.
  7. He _________ (not see) the film.
  8. The children _________ (break) the window.
  9. ______ your parents _______ (visit) Tower Bridge? Yes, they _______.
  10. They ________ (stop) talking.
  11. Sonia _______ (play) tennis.
  12. I _______ (not write) my homework yet.
  13. ______ it _______ (rain)? No, it ________.
  14. Catherine ________ (phone) her cousin.
  15. The postman ________ (not come) yet.
  16. _____ you ______ (read) this article? No, I _______.
  17. She _________ (not study) French.
  18. George _________ (not be) to Italy.
  19. Mr Cameron _________ (drink) some wine.
  20. The class _________ (start).

 

6th grade: Test Preparation (Units 3 & 4)

I    Match the verbs in A with the endings in B. Then match the verb collocations with pictures.

1.Watch a.    An email              A letter
2.Have b.    A ball
3.Get ready for c.    Your hair            Your teeth
4.Put on d.    A photo
5.Brush e.    Windsurfing
6.Send f.     School         Bed
7.Throw g.    Dinner       A drink
8.Take h.    TV
9.Go i.      A ball

BoyBrushingTeeth brush teeth
brush hair cable-tv email-hand girl_getting_ready_for_school1 going_for_a_drink_after_work_might_not_be_such_a_good_idea_large have dinner homework-time little-boy-and-dog pg-getting-ready-to-go-brushing-teeth-full pujamas put on shoes send letter sleep take photo windsurf young-girl-sitting-grass-throwing-ball-13791746

 

II Write the verbs in brackets in the Past Simple or Past Continuous Tense. Remember, the Past Continuous (was/were + Verb-ing; wasn’t/weren’t + Verb-ing; Was/Were + subject + Verb-ing ) is used for actions that were in progress at some time in the past. The Past Simple (regular verbs -ed, irregular verbs II column; didn’t + infinitive; Did + subject + infinitive) is used for an action that “interrupts“ the action that was in progress (Past Continuous). The Past Simple is also used for actions that happened one after the other in the past.

  1. I was walking (walk) down the street when I saw (see) my best friend. 
  2. We ___________ (have) a test when our headmaster ___________ (come) into the classroom.
  3. The farmer ___________ (work) in the field when the earthquake ___________ (start).
  4. She quickly _________ (stand) up and _________ (leave) the room.
  5. What ______ you______ (do) when the rain ________ (start)?
  6. Which film _____ he _______ (watch) yesterday?
  7. They __________ (not have) dinner at 9 pm last night.
  8. She _________ (take) a photo when she _______ (drop) her camera.
  9. My sister _________ (not be) at home when we _________ (arrive).
  10. Mike __________ (open) the can, _________ (pour) the Coke into the glass and _________ (drink) it.
  11. The children _________ (ride) bikes in the park when the wind ________ (start) to blow.

III Connect the words in A and B to make useful expressions.

1.Are you doing a. Go out with…
2.Come round b. Be joking
3.A sort c. Happening?
4.Here it d. You mean?
5.The best e. To my place
6.She wants to f. It going?
7.What do g. Anything at the moment?
8.Cyberspace is h. of
9.There she i. Is.
10.What’s j. Thing is.
11.He asked k. What!
12.How is l. Is.
13.You must m. Me out.
14.Get n. On this tonight.
15.Guess o. Lost!

Use some of the expressions to complete the dialogues.

  1. A: Can I borrow your laptop?  B: Get lost.
  2. A: What kind of film is it? B: It’s _______________ of detective story.
  3. A: Is there a film on TV tonight? B: ______________________.
  4. A: ___________________! B: You won a lottery.
  5. A: I met Brad Pitt last night! B: ________________________.
  6.  I saw George at the party. ______________________.
  7. A: Where is Kate?  B: ____________________.
  8. A: I’m so bored. I’m all alone at home.  B: ____________________. We can play computer games.
  9. A: _____________________? B: Nothing much.
  10. A: _____________________?  B: Fine, thank you.

IV Use the sentences from the table to write responses.

He

 

She

 

It

 

That

 looks

 

sounds

 

smells

 

interesting

wonderful

exciting

delicious

great

nice

boring

terrible

awful

 

  1. A: This is my pen friend from Germany.    B: She looks nice.
  2. A: I bought this jacket yesterday.         B: _______________________.
  3. A: Look at this pizza.    B: _____________________.
  4. A: We’re having two test tomorrow.  B: ____________________.
  5. A: We’re going to Italy next week.     B: ____________________.

V  Write a, an, the or / in the gaps.

Just to remind you we use the with theatres, museums, rivers and phrases with of . We don’t use the with streets, squares, towns, cities, countries and parks.  A/an before singular nouns if they are mentioned for the first time, the next time we mention them, we use the.

  1. We went on a boat trip on the River Thames. It was great. We saw lots of places: _____ Houses of Parliaments, St Paul’s Cathedral and _____ Tower of London.
  2. They had great time in ______ London. They went shopping in ______ Oxford Street.
  3. Mrs Peters went to a show at ______ Cambridge Theatre.
  4. The Queen lives in ______ Buckingham Palace.
  5. You can see fossils at _____ Natural History Museum.
  6. _____ Nelson’s Column is in the middle of _____ Trafalgar Square.
  7. We live in ______ Dimitrovgrad. It’s _____ small town in ______ south-west of _____ Serbia.
  8. A: Excuse me. How do I get to _____ nearest post office, please?    B: Go down here till you come to _____ roundabout. Turn left at ______ roundabout, then take _____ first turning on ____ left. That’s Green Street. There’s ______ bank there. ______ post office is next to _____ bank.

VI Use something, somebody, anything, anybody, everything, everybody, nothing or nobody in the gaps.

Just to remind you that anything, anybody are used in questions and negative sentences. Nobody and nothing are used in positive sentences.

  1. I am so hungry. I need something to eat.
  2. I am so thirsty. I need _________ to drink.
  3. Did __________ remember to buy some bread? No, ________ bought milk so we don’t have any milk in the house.
  4. __________ is here so we can start now.
  5. The hall was empty. There wasn’t _________ there.
  6. Shh, I heard _________. Be quiet.
  7. Her bag is empty. There is ___________ there.
  8. I did my homework all alone. ________ helped me.
  9. _________ took my mobile phone. I can’t find it.
  10. Do you want __________ to eat?  No, ___________, thank you. I’m not hungry.
  11. Eggs, milk, flour, sugar, cream…. We have __________ we need to make a cake now.

VII Take a look at Sweet Sue’s arrangements and plan for next week. Write sentences about them using the Present Continuous Tense (am, is, are + V-ing).

Monday play tennis with Smart Alec
Tuesday meet Mr Riley for lunch
Wednesday go to an interview
Thursday have dinner with the Prime Minister
Friday redecorate the office
Saturday go running with Claire
Sunday fly to Madrid

On Monday, she’s playing tennis with Smart Alec.

 

 

The Correction of the 6th Grade First Written Work

GROUP A

I Label the pictures.

 

1.a satellite  2.an astronaut   3. a space station  4. the Sun  5. the Moon

 

II Complete the dialogues with suitable expressions.

  1. I don’t like going to the doctor’s but here goes.
  2. A: She’s having a birthday party on Friday. B: I’m really looking forward to it.
  3. A: I can’t do this Maths problem.  B: What’s the matter? Let me see.

 

III Use will to give offers or to make immediate decisions in the sentences.

  1. A: The dog is hungry.  B: We’ll feed it.
  2. A: I’m so thirsty.  B: I’ll get you a drink.
  3. A: Someone is knocking at the door. B: I’ll open it.

 

 

IV Make some predictions using I think / I don’t think I’ll... or I hope I’ll / won’t… Answer the questions.

  1. I think I’ll / I won’t be famous.
  2. I hope I’ll meet a boy of my dreams.
  3. I don’t think aliens will visit the Earth in 30 years.

 

V Use will (for immediate decisions) or am/is/are going to for plans and intentions.

  1. A: It’s Susan’s birthday tomorrow. B: Oh, I forgot. I will buy her a present in the morning.
  2. She hopes that he will phone her tonight.
  3. A: I wrote a letter last night and I am going to send it on my way to work.

 

 

 

VI Fill in the gaps with in or on.

  1.  George put the money in his pocket.
  2. They have many animals on their farm.
  3. He forgot his car keys in the office.

 

VII Complete the dialogues with Would you like ….?   or Do you like….? 

  1. A: Do you like cooking? B: Yes, I do.
  2. A: Do you like playing computer games?  B: I love it.
  3. A: Would you like some tea? B: No, thanks. I never drink it.

 

VIII Write what you plan and intend to do (using am going to) or  what you hope or think you will do (using will) next weekend.

 

Next weekend I’m going to go for a walk with my friends. I am also going to study Maths. I hope I will watch TV.

GROUP B

I Label the pictures

 

1.the Earth  2. the Moon  3. a rocket 4. a space ship  5. a star

 

II Complete the dialogues with suitable expressions.

1.A:  I met Justin Bieber last night.  B: You’re joking.

  1. A: I’m so thirsty. B: Would you like a drink?
  2. A: Are you having a good time?  B:  Yes, we’re really enjoying ourselves.

 

II Use will to give offers or to make immediate decisions in the sentences.

  1. A: There is no milk in the fridge.  B:I’ll buy some milk in the shop.
  2. A: This bag is so heavy.  B: I’ll carry it for you.
  3. A: I have a headache. B: I’ll give you an aspirin.

 

IV Make some predictions using I think / I don’t think I’ll... or I hope I’ll / won’t… Answer the questions.

  1. I don’t think that robots will do all the work for us in 10 years from now.
  2. I hope we’ll travel to other planets.
  3. I think I won’t get married before I’m 25.

V Use will (for immediate decisions) or am/is/are going to for plans and intentions.

  1. A: I forgot my pencil case at home.  B: Don’t worry. I will lend you my pen.
  2. I think that he will be a very good student.
  3. He is going to study medicine when he leaves school.

 

VI Fill in the gaps with in or on.

  1. Nurses and doctors work in hospitals.
  2. Astronauts travel in spaceships.
  3. I saw this picture on the Internet.

 

VII Complete the dialogues with Would you like ….?   or Do you like….? 

  1. A: Do you canoeing? B: No, I don’t.
  2. A: Would you like to go to the cinema with me?  B: Yes, I’d love to.
  3. A: Would you like some coffee? B: Yes, please.

 

VIII Write what you plan and intend to do (using am going to) or  what you hope or think you will do (using will) tomorrow afternoon.

 

Tomorrow afternoon I’m going to do my homework. After that, I’m going to play basketball with my friends. I think I’ll play computer games too.

6th grade: Preparation for the first written test

I Label the pictures.

astronaut-550x366 moon planet rocket broadcasting satellite space station spaceship star sunII Use the words from the exercise 1 to complete the sentences.

  1. Venus, Saturn and Neptune are _________.
  2. The sun is a _________.
  3. Neil Armstrong was a famous _________.
  4.  Our planet is called the _________.
  5. Astronauts travel in _________ and work in __________.
  6. The moon is the Earth’s ___________.

III Match A and B to get some useful expressions in English.

 

A

B

You’re looking forward to it!
I’m really a good time?
What’s the a drink?
Are you having sure?
He/ She can’t matter?
Would you like make it.
Here joking!
Are you goes.

 

IV Use the expressions from exercise 3 to complete the dialogues.

  1. I don’t like going to the doctor’s but ____________.
  2. A: She’s having a birthday party on Friday. B: ____________________________.
  3. A: ___________________________? B: Yes, we’re really enjoying ourselves.
  4. A: I can’t do this Maths problem.  B: _________________? Let me see.
  5. ______________________ because he has a lot of homework.
  6. A: I met Brad Pitt last night.   B: __________________.
  7. A: I’m so thirsty.  B: ______________________?
  8. A: I think I saw someone in the hall. B: ________________?

V Use will to give offers or to make immediate decisions in the sentences.

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  1. A: It’s John’s birthday tomorrow.  B: I’ll ___________________.
  2. A: Do you want to play basketball in the park?  B: Great. I’ll ________________.
  3. A: My grandparents are coming tonight and the house is in a big mess.  B: Don’t worry. We’ll _____________.
  4. A: The dog is hungry.  B: We’ll ___________.
  5. A: There’s no food in the house.  B: OK. I’ll __________________.
  6. A: I’m so thirsty.  B: I’ll _______________.
  7. A: This bag is so heavy. B: Don’t worry. I’ll _____________.
  8. A: I have no money for the taxi. B: I’ll ____________.
  9. A: I have a headache. B: Oh. I’ll _____________
  10. A: Someone is knocking at the door. B: I’ll ___________________.

VI Make some predictions using I think / I don’t think I’ll... or I hope I’ll / won’t… Answer the questions.

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  1. Will you be famous? I don’t think I’ll be famous.
  2. Will you live in another country? I hope I’ll live in another country.
  3. Will you meet a boy / a girl of your dreams? ___________________
  4. Will you get married before you’re 25? _______________
  5. Will children learn on the Internet in 20 years from now? ___________________
  6. Will robots do all the works for us in 10 years from now?_________________
  7. Will aliens visit the Earth in 30 years? _____________________
  8. Will we travel to other planets? ___________________
  9. Will there be more wars in the future? __________________

VII Use will (for immediate decisions) or am/is/are going to for plans and intentions.

plan

  1. A: It’s Susan’s birthday tomorrow. B: Oh, I forgot. I _________ buy her a present in the morning.
  2. A: It’s Susan’s birthday tomorrow. B: I know. I _________ buy her a present in the morning.
  3. A: I forgot my pencil case at home. B: Don’t worry. I ________ lend you my pen.
  4. Do you think they _______ find a cure for cancer?
  5. He hopes he _________ be a police officer.
  6. I wrote a letter last night and I ________ send it on my way to work.
  7. A: I don’t understand you. B: I ____________ talk more slowly.
  8. A: I decided this morning. I _________ spend my holiday in Greece next summer.    B: What a good idea! I _________ go on holiday in Greece, too.

VIII Fill in the gaps with in or on.

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  1. She works ____ a factory.
  2. They think they’ll build space stations ____ Mars one day.
  3. Nurses and doctors work ____ hospitals.
  4. They have many animals ____ their farm.
  5. I heard the news _____ radio not ____ TV.
  6. I hope we’ll live ____ space in the future.
  7. She arrived ____ a taxi.
  8. Jill lives ____  a big flat, ___ Balkanska Street.
  9. I spend a lot of time ___ the Internet.
  10. He forgot his car keys ____ the office.

VIII Complete the dialogues with Would you like ….?   or Do you like….? 

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  1. A: __________ some coffee?  B: Yes, please.
  2. A: __________ bungee jumping? B: No. I don’t.
  3. A: __________ playing computer games?  B: I love it.
  4. A: __________ some Coke? B: No, thanks. I never drink it.
  5. A: __________ to go to the cinema with me? A: I’d love to.
  6. A: __________ canoeing? B: Yes, I do.

IX Write what you plan and intend to do (using am going to) or  what you hope or think you will do (using will) next weekend or next school holiday. Write, at least, 5 sentences.

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For example: Next weekend, I’m going to study for my English test. : ))))) But I hope I will have enough time to go for a walk with my friends.

On my winter holiday, I’m going to watch a lot of TV. I hope I will go skiing with my family. I think I will visit my aunt in Belgrade.

Preparation for the 1st test in the 6th grade

I Use the present simple or present continuous forms of the verbs in brackets.

  1. He always ________ (drink) orange juice.
  2. They _______ (play) hide and seek in the garden now.
  3. Where is Tom? He _______ (have) a shower at the moment.
  4. I ________ (not live) in his street.
  5. _____ you ______ (walk) to school every day? Yes, but today I ________ (take) a bus.
  6. What ______ he ______ usually (have) for breakfast?
  7. Chris ________ (not read) a lot of books.
  8. We _______ (not watch) TV at the moment.
  9. Look! Jane ________ (run|) down the street.

II Use the past simple form of the verbs in brackets.

  1. He _________ (arrive) home late last night. He _______ (not be) at home at 8 p.m.
  2. ______ you _______ (break) mu favourite cup?  No, Kate _____ (drop) it.
  3. I _______ (not be) angry at him.
  4. Where ______ she ______ (move) to in 2010?
  5. Tina and Paul _______ (know) all the answers to the test questions last week.
  6. They ________ (not want) to come to the party.
  7. Greg ______(be) very tired last night so he _______ (go) to bed early.
  8. ______(be)your parents in the restaurant yesterday?
  9. He ______ (start) school last year.
  10. We _____ (be) born in 2000.
  11. Mike ______(not  get ) the job in the international company.
  12. He ______ (leave) school at the age of 18.
  13. Patricia _______ (get) married last month.

III Complete the chartwith the missing family vocabulary.

Male Female
grandfather ____________
__________ mother
son ____________
__________ sister
__________ wife
uncle ____________
__________ niece
cousin ____________

IV Translate into English.

  1. Jedinac, jedinica
  2. Najstarije dete
  3. Blizanci
  4. Stariji brat
  5. Mladja sestra
  6. Najmladje dete
  7. odrasti
  8. preseliti se
  9. roditi se
  10. krenuti u skolu
  11. zavrsiti skolu
  12. dobiti posao
  13. umreti
  14. vencati se
  15. razvesti se

V Write sentences with was supposed to about Uncle Eric who always mixes things up. Use the chart below.

Example:  Uncle Eric was supposed to polish his shoes and put the rubbish into the dustbin. But he polished the dustbin and put the shoes into the dustbin.

Polish his shoes
Iron his trousers
Take the baby for a walk
Cook the lunch
Paint the bedroom
Feed the cat
Put the rubbish into the dustbin

VI Invite your friends to come to your party, to go the cinema with you, to go for a walk with you, etc.

Use Would you like to…?  Do you fancy…?   Do you want to…?

Example: A: Would you like to come to my party?   B: I’d love to. Thanks.

VII Write about the activities that you like or dislike from the pictures.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA canoeing climbing Woman seasoning food Two sportsmen playing basketball Girl-Listening-Music-Wallpaper running slleping swim tennis

IX Write a short paragraph about:

  1. Your family
  2. Your best friend
  3. Your brothers/ sisters/ grandparents

Answer key for the 6th grade test preparation can be found here.

6th grade: Preparation for the second written work (Units 4 & 5)

Teaching To The TestI Write the indefinite pronouns in the gaps. (somebody, something, everything, no one, anywhere….)

  1. Is there _________ in that cup? Yes, there is some coffee.
  2. I’m sure ________ will come on time.
  3. The fridge is empty. There is _________ to eat.
  4. It was very late and I saw _________ in the street.
  5. I don’t like this. I want __________  better.
  6. She has _________ to tell you.
  7. Can _________ help me?
  8. The house was locked and there was __________ there.
  9. This is easy. __________ can do it.
  10. There was no problem. __________ was all right.
  11. Do you want _________ else? No, __________ else.
  12. It’s very dark and I can’t see _________.
  13. He has no house. He has _________ to go.
  14. Stand up, _________!
  15. They are very friendly. _________ wanted to help.

II Match the columns A and B. Then, use the expressions in the sentences below.

Harry Potter is                  happening?
He asked me                      lost!
How’s                                  what!
Guess                                  on tonight.
Get                                       going ?
There                                   out.
What’s                                 she is.

 

 

Sorry                              arrived too.

I’ve just                         dear.
You won’t believe       I’m late.
I don’t want                 all about it.
Tell me                          to know.
Oh                                  what’s just happened.

  1. A: The teacher has got our test results.    B: ___________________________.
  2. A: ________________________.    B: Shall we go and see it?
  3. A: ________________________?   B: Nothing much.
  4. A: Where is Milica?                                       B: ___________________________.
  5. A: We had a great holiday in Spain.           B: ___________________________.
  6. A: What’s the matter?                                   B: ___________________________.
  7. A: I hurt my leg while I was playing tennis.  B: ___________________________.
  8. A: Can I borrow your laptop?                      B: ___________________________.

II Complete the phrases with the verbs see, visit, be, win, do, ride.

  1. _____________ a competition, a race
  2. _____________ a UFO, a sports event
  3. _____________ a place, friends
  4. _____________ bike, a horse
  5. _____________ on TV, in a film
  6. _____________ some work, karate

III Look at the chart. Have you done these things? Write sentences in the present perfect tense using about yourself and Angela.

For example:   I’ve never been on TV. Angela’s been on TV.

I’ve flown a plane.  Angela’s never flown a plane.

 

Angela              You

be on TV                             +                    (-)

fly a plane                           –                     (+)

go skiing                             –

play volleyball                    +

do karate                             –

win a race                           +

visit London                      –

III Write sentences using the present perfect form of the verbs in brackets.

  1. I ________ just ________ (write) an email.
  2. He __________ (not finish) his lunch yet.
  3. They ________ already ________ (cook) lunch.
  4. _____ he ________ (invite) you to the party? Yes, he _______.
  5. She _______ just _________ (drink) a cup of tea.
  6. _______ you ever ________ (be) to Russia? No, I ________.
  7. You _______ just ________ (make ) a big mistake.
  8. Someone ____________ (steal) my bag.
  9. We __________ (not meet) Mr Stevens yet.
  10. I __________ (not take) a shower yet.
  11. _____ her students _________ (fail) the test? No, they ________.
  12. Mia _______ just ________ (buy) a CD.
  13. I____________ (watch) that film before.
  14. She __________ (not run) a marathon yet.
  15. His children __________ (not eat) Chinese food yet.

IV Complete the dialogues. Use go and … .

For example:   A: Let’s play basketball.   B: OK.

A: Let’s play basketball.   B: OK.  I’ll go and put on my trainers.

  1. A: Can I borrow your computer magazine?  B: Sure….
  2. A: Shall we go to the cinema. B: OK. ….
  3. A: Oh. I’ve cut my finger.   B: Oh, dear. ….
  4. A: Why don’t we go to a cafe?   B: OK. Just a minute. ….
  5. A: Let’s go to the zoo.   B: Sure.  ….
  6. A: Oh, I’m so thirsty.    B: ….
  7. A: Oh, it’s raining.    B: Wait a minute. ……
  8. A: The bus leaves in 5 minutes.   B: OK. ….
  9. A: I’m really hungry.      B: …..
  10. A: I don’t know  his phone number.   B: Wait a second. ….

V What’s wrong with the people in the pictures.

Ailments

 

 

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Here you can find the correct answers: Answer key for the 6th grade second written work