7th grade: The Correction of the Second Written Test

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Group A                            

I Turn these sentences into passive:

  1. My friend will look after my kids.      My kids will be looked after my friends.
  2. Jack has painted the kitchen.    The kitchen has been painted by Jack.
  3. They made this car in 1980.      This car has been made in 1980.
  4. The nurse checks his temperature every morning.     His temperature is checked by teh nurse every morning.
  5. Someone will give you the directions this evening.     The directions will be given to you this evening.

II The First Conditional – put the verbs into the correct tense:

  1. If he starts early, he ‘ll get there in time.
  2. If we don’t hurry, we’ll be late for school.
  3. What will we do if it rains ?
  4. She’ll tell you if she knows his phone number.
  5. She won’t pass the test if she studies hard.

III Fill in the gaps with appropriate phrasal verbs:

  1. The tiger jumped off/on; climbed onto; looked up; walked up to the tree.
  2. Can you bend down and pick up the document from the floor?
  3. I’m afraid we’ve run out of coffee but I can make you some tea.
  4. It was very cold so she put on her jacket.
  5. Cleaning the house can really wear us.

IV Expressing worries – write a dialogue for the following situation:

  1. You are going on the first date with a girl/boy you like very much.

A: I’m going on the first date with the Tina/Jack.

B: How do you feel?

A: My hands are shaking. What if I say something really stupid?

B: Don’t worry. You won’t say anything stupid. Just stay cool.

A: I hope you are right.

 

V Translate the following sentences:

  1. Green house gases are released into the atmosphere.   Štetni gasovi se ispuštaju u atmosferu.
  2. Inside the den with his mother, Yuri felt safe and warm.   U jazbini sa svojom majkom, Juri se osećao bezbedno i toplo.
  3. I knew it was a mistake.  Znao sam da je to greška.
  4. The lion bent down and sniffed the antelope’s ear.  Lav se sagnuo i ponjušio antilopino uvo.
  5. We need a complete break from detective work.   Potreban nam je totalan odmor od detektivskog posla.

VI Read the text and answer the questions.

When you travel on the motorway to Toulouse in the south of France, you pass by a large medieval city sitting among the vineyards and the sunflower fields. It is the old walled city of Carcassonne. It is one of the top tourist attractions in France. You might know it from films. It was Nottingham, the home of the Sheriff in the film Robin Hood , Prince of Thieves. But it has another connection with the film industry.

The city has got a castle, a cathedral, and lots of restaurants and tourist shops selling souvenirs for adults and toy helmets, swords, and shields for children. There is an open-air theatre in the garden of the cathedral, where the annual festivals of plays and concerts of classical and popular music takes place.

Part of the city is a modern 21st century city, but parts of it looks almost as it did in the 12th century. And especially so in July and August when tourists can enjoy the Medieval Tournament. Knights on horseback with their shields and lances ride towards each other to fight. And once they have been knocked off their horses, the fighting continues with swords, until there is one last knight left standing. He wins the contest.

The fighting and riding skills of the knights might remind you of some action films you have seen. This is not surprising. When these knights are not fighting in Carcassonne, they work as stunt actors in French cinema and TV.

 

  1. Where is Carcassonne? It is in the south of France.
  2. Which town was it in Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves?  It was Nottingham.
  3. When is the Medieval Tournament? It is in July and August.
  4. Who wins the tournament?  The last knight left standing is the winner.
  5. What do knights do when they are not in Carcassonne?  The knights work as stunt actors in French cinema and TV.

 

 

Group B                            

I Turn these sentences into passive:

  1. They will build a power station here.   A power station will be built here.
  2. People make cheese from milk.   cheese is made from milk.
  3. The teacher has welcomed the new students.    The new students have been welcomed by the teacher.
  4. Jake repaired my bike last weekend.   My bike was repaired bz Jake last weekend.
  5. Someone has sent the letter.     The letter has been sent.

II The First Conditional – put the verbs into the correct tense:

  1. She’ll be very tired if she  doesn’t sleep all night.
  2. If you help me , I’ll finish everything by 7 o’clock.
  3. If he doesn’t save enough money, he won’t go on holiday.
  4. If we meet Alice, we’ll tell her.
  5. Where will your friend stay if he misses the flight?

III Fill in the gaps with appropriate phrasal verbs:

  1. I don’t know where he lives but I’ll find out and tell you.
  2. The monkey climbed onto/down/up; jumped onto /off; looked up the tree.
  3. It was very hot so she took off her jumper.
  4. Throw away these old clothes. I don’t need them.
  5. I give up. I don’t know the answer.

IV Expressing worries – write a dialogue for the following situation:

  1. You act in a school play for the first time

 

A: I’m acting in a school play for the first time.

B: How do you feel?

A: I’m really nervous. What if forget the lines?

B: Don’t worry. You won’t forget the lines. Just stay cool.

A: That’s easy for you to say..

 

V Translate the following sentences:

  1. Most of the world’s rain is produced by rainforests too.    Većina svetske kiše se proizvodi u kišnim šumama, takođe.
  2. Without their mothers, the cubs can’t survive.  Bez svojih majki, mladunci ne mogu da prežive.
  3. If my husband phones, tell him I’m already dealing with it. Ako moj suprug pozove, kaži mu da se već bavim time.
  4. They both sat down in the shade of the tree. Obojica su sela u senci drveta.
  5. I’ll go to the travel agency and book a holiday. Ja ću otići do turističke agencije i rezervisaću odmor.

VI Read the text and answer the questions.

Everybody needs friends, but researchers show that teenagers need friends more than older people. And friends are more important to girls than boys.

This is not surprising. Girls and women are generally more interested in social relationships than boys and men. The ages from 12 to 18 are the years when we are trying to find out who we are.

Perhaps we think the most important thing about our friends is that we have fun with them, but there is more serious side to friendship. Teenagers learn most of their social skills from friends. Through friends you learn how to agree and disagree, and how to work together to organize and do things. Even more important, perhaps, is the role friends have when problems arise. A real friend will help you solve your problems and will advise you when you feel sad or upset. This experience is essential to the development of personality. Young people who don’t have friends not only have less happy teenage years, but are very likely to have emotional and psychological problems in later life.

Friendship is important, but it can also be dangerous. Most young people don’t like to be different so they often start doing things they shouldn’t do because their friends have put pressure on them. For example, they might start drinking alcohol, smoking or taking drugs. Teenagers need friends, but they also need to be careful in choosing them.

 

  1. Which sort of people are more interested in having friends?  Teenagers need friends more than older people. Also girls are more interested in friends than boys.
  2. What are three good things about having friends? The three good things are  that teenagers learn most of their social skills from friends, they learn how to agree and disagree, and how to work together to organize and do things.
  3. What do friends do when you have problems?  A real friend will help you solve your problems and will advise you when you feel sad or upset
  4. What can happen to people who didn’t have friends when they were young?They are very likely to have emotional and psychological problems in later life.
  5. How can friends cause problems for teenagers? They can put pressure on them to start drinking alcohol, smoking or taking drugs.

 

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7th grade: Preparation for the Second Written Test

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I Turn these sentences into passive:

  1. They made some mistakes.
  2. People always make mistakes.
  3. They will build a power station here next year,
  4. My friend will look after my kids.
  5. People make jam from fruit and sugar.
  6. Steve has painted the bedroom.
  7. Someone will give you the instructions.
  8. They build this castle in the 15th century.
  9. The headmistress have welcomed the new students.
  10. A friend drove Tina to Belgrade.

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II The First Conditional – put the verbs into the correct tense:

  1. If he _________ (be) free, he ________ (come) with us.
  2. If you _______ (not hurry) up, you ________ (be ) late.
  3. If you _______ (help) me, I ________ (finish) everything by 7 o’clock.
  4. She _______ (be) very tired tomorrow if she  __________ (not sleep) all night.
  5. Where _______ we _______ (take) them if they ________ (come) next weekend?
  6. If he _______ (start) early, he _______ (get) there in time.
  7. I _______ (go) for a walk if it ________ (rain) this afternoon.
  8. If she _______ (know) his phone number, she _______ (tell) you.
  9. If your friend ________ (work) hard, he _______ (succeed).
  10. He ________ (feel) tired if he ________ (go) jogging all morning.

III Fill in the gaps with some of the phrasal verbs from the text Friends in your Student Book and your Workbook page 54.

  1. Don’t ______ _____ these magazines. I want to read them.
  2. The cat ________ _____ the tree.
  3. They _______ ______ the street together yesterday.
  4. Can you _______ ______ and pick up the document from the floor?
  5. I’m afraid we’ve ______ _____ ____ coffee but I can make you some tea.
  6. I don’t know where he lives but I’ll _______ _____ and tell you.
  7. The kid ________ _____ the tree and ran away.
  8. He was very tired so he _______ ______ under the tree and fell asleep.
  9. When she ______ ____ the house, she ______ _____ her shoes, ______ ____ her slippers and went to the bathroom.
  10. They always _______ _____ from school at 2 o’clock.
  11. Please, ______ ____. I want to talk to you.
  12. All this cleaning is ________ me ____. I fell really tired.
  13. She ________ _____ the horse’s back.
  14. If you _______ ____, you’ll see a big bird on the roof.
  15. Students always ________ ______ when a teacher comes into the classroom.
  16. If you don’t hurry up, we won’t _______ ____ ____ them soon.
  17. I’ve run of ideas. I don’t know what to do. I _____ ____.

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IV Expressing worries – write dialogues for the following situations as on page 63 in your Student Book.

  1. You act in a school play for the first time.
  2. You’re going to a dentist tomorrow.
  3. You’re going on a date with a girl/boy you like very much.
  4. You’ve got a test and you haven’t revised for it.
  5. You’re going to fly on a plane for the first time.
  6. You’re playing in a very important football match.
  7. You’re going to make a birthday cake for your friend.

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8th grade: Correction of the Second Written Test

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Group A                                

I Turn the sentences into passive but keep the tense:

  1. The police arrested 50 people at the protest on Monday. 5o people were arrested by the police at the protest on Monday.
  2. They  have cancelled the meeting. The meeting has been cancelled.
  3. My dad cleans the garage once a week. The garage is cleaned by my dad once a week.
  4. They are building a new bridge near here. A new bridge is being built here.
  5. Someone would sign the documents. The documents would be signed.
  6. The speakers will use English at the conference. English will be used by the speakers at the conference.

 

II Write a dialogue for the following situation:

  1. Your aunt and uncle are coming for dinner and your parents want you to stay home in the evening but you promised your friends you are going to the sports center with them.

Possible answer:

You: Mum, dad, can I go to the sports center with my friends this evening?

Dad: Your aunt and uncle are coming for dinner and you should stay home this evening.

You: But, dad, I promised my friends and they will be disappointed with me. We are playing a game of table tennis.

Dad: But you haven’t seen your aunt and uncle for 5 months and it’ll be really rude if you leave.

You: But, Dad, I also promised my friends. I didn’t know they were coming for dinner. Mum, please… I’do whatever you want. I’ll do the housework whole next week and I’ll take Snoopy for a walk.

Mum: What about staying half the evening with your aunt and uncle and joining your friends a little bit later?

Dad: I think that’s OK with me. And of course, you have to do what you promised next week.

You: Fair enough. Thank you.

2. You want to play basketball but your friend wants to play football.

You: Would you mind playing basketball with me this afternoon?

Your friend: Oh, I’d rather play football today. We played basketball yesterday.

You: Oh, come on. You know I prefer basketball. I’ll help you with your English project in return.

Your friend: OK, let’s play basketball again but after that you are coming home with me to help me finish my English project.

You: OK, I agree. Now, let’s play basketball.

 

 

III Use an appropriate phrasal verb in each sentence:

  1. Pick up your dirty socks from the floor, will you?
  2. Nobody likes him. He thinks he’s the best. He always looks down on people.
  3. When are you going to give back that book to Maya?
  4. Don’t forget to turn off / switch off the cooker before you go out.
  5. They get on / get off / wait for the bus at this bus stop.
  6. Wait for me! Don’t go without me!

 

IV Complete the sentences with one word connected with money.

  1. When you buy things in another country, you need to use foreign currency.
  2. Coins are money made from metal.
  3. Gold and silver are precious metals: they are worth a lot of money.
  4. When the banks are closed, you can use a card to get money from a cash machine.
  5. Barter is a system of exchanging goods without money.

 

V Make questions for the underlined words.

  1. I am going to the cafe with my best friend.  Who are you going to the cafe with?
  2. Bryansk is 350 kmfrom Moscow. How far is Bryansk from Moscow?
  3. They were married for 40 years.     How long were they married? For how many years were they married?
  4. We are staying at the Park Hotel.    Where are you staying?
  5. They left last Tuesday.   When did they leave?
  6. He was learning Biology.  What was he learning?

 

VI Translate into English:

1.učitelj   a teacher 2. vozač kamiona   a lorry driver    3. zidar   a bricklayer   4. stjuardesa   a flight attendant  5.medicinska sestra   a nurse  6.kuvar   a chef     7. veterinar   a vet

VII Read the text. Are these sentences true or false.

The text was taken from The British Council’s site learn English Teens. You can read the text by clicking on the following link:

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Check your understanding: true or false
Circle True or False for these sentences.

Fisherman’s Wharf, Ghiardelli Square and Pier 39 are all in San Francisco.

2.The Golden Gate Bridge is the shortest suspension bridge in the world.

3.Alcatraz is still a prison today.

4.You can see a surfboard damaged in a shark attack in the museum in Santa Cruz.

5.Ice-skating is a popular activity on Venice Beach.

6.You can meet real film stars at Madame Tussauds in Hollywood.

7.The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles is dedicated to music and dance.

8.Space Mountain is the name of one of the hotels in Disneyland.

Answers:
1. True
2. False
3. False
4. True
5. False
6. False
7. True
8. False

Group B                                     

I Turn the sentences into passive but keep the tense:

  1. This machine packs the cookies automatically. The cookies are packed automatically by this machine.
  2. They have sent all the packages by plane. All the packages have been sent by plane.
  3. They forbid smoking in this restaurant. Smoking is forbidden in this restaurant.
  4. My parents are painting our house at the moment. My house is being painted by my parents at the moment.
  5. The manager held a brief meeting this morning. A brief meeting was held by the manager this morning.
  6. The Prime Minister was giving a speech at that moment. A speech was being given by the Prime Minister at that moment.

 

II Write a dialogue for the following situation:

  1. You want to go to the cinema with your friends but you’ve spent all your pocket money. Ask your parents to give you some extra money.

Possible answer:

You: Mum, can I go to the cinema with my friends?

Mum: Of course, why not?

You: Mum, can I get some pocket money?

Mum: No, you got your pocket money 2 days ago.

You: But I’ve already spent it. We went to the pizza hut last night and I really wanted to eat some pizza. Mum, please, give me some extra money and I promise I’ll do the dishes every day next week.

Mum: Oh, OK. I’ll give you some but next time spend your money more carefully.

2. You want to go away for the weekend but you cannot take your dog with you. Ask a friend to look after your dog at the weekend.

Possible answer:

You: George, would you mind looking after Rover at the weekend? I’m going on a trip and I cannot take him with me.

George: But my cousin is staying with me this weekend and I’m going to be busy.

You: Oh, George, please. Rover really likes you and I only trust you. Last time, you were really great with him. I promise I’ll do whatever you want in return.

George: OK, but when you come back you’re taking me to dinner.

You: OK, I agree. Thanks. 

 

 

III Use an appropriate phrasal verb in each sentence:

  1. Do you think you could look after my kids while I am the doctor’s?
  2. You should get off the bus at the next bus stop. Mike is going to wait for you there.
  3. Get in the taxi, we’re late.
  4. It’s dark in here. Turn on /switch on the lights.
  5. He lost his wallet. He had to look for it.
  6. We don’t need these old shoes. You can throw  them away.

 

IV Complete the sentences with one word connected with money.

  1. When you pay for something, the shop gives you a receipt to show you paid.
  2. Notes are money made from paper.
  3. The modern way to buy things is to pay automatically using credit cards instead of money.
  4. Counterfeiting is making fake money.
  5. A cash machine is called ‘’a hole in the wall’’ by some people.

 

V Make questions for the underlined words.

  1. She is watering the plants  What is she doing?
  2. She won’t go to the party because she’s too tired.       Why won’t she go to the party?
  3. The film is on at 8 o’clock.   When is the film on?
  4. Marco’s broken the vase.  What has Marco broken?
  5. They stayed there for 2 weeks.   How long did they stay there?
  6. He is 35 years old.  How old is he?

 

VI Translate into English:

1. vozač taksija   a taxi driver 2. frizer   a hair dresser  3. čistač  a cleaner   4. pekar   a baker  5. doktor   a doctor 6.pilot  a pilot   7. policajac a policeman / a police officer

 VII Read the text and circle all the holidays that answer the question.

The text was taken from The British Council’s site Learn English Teens. You can read the text by clicking on the following link:

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  1. On which holiday(s) can you see animals?

Activity holidays        Polar expeditions        Cultural journeys       Trekking tours        Wildlife holidays

  1. On which holiday(s) do you need to be reasonably fit?

Activity holidays        Polar expeditions        Cultural journeys       Trekking tours        Wildlife holidays

  1. On which holiday(s) can you meet local people?

Activity holidays        Polar expeditions        Cultural journeys       Trekking tours        Wildlife holidays

  1. On which holiday(s) can you go camping?

Activity holidays        Polar expeditions        Cultural journeys       Trekking tours        Wildlife holidays

  1. On which holiday(s) might you go up a mountain?

Activity holidays        Polar expeditions        Cultural journeys       Trekking tours        Wildlife holidays

  1. On which holiday(s) might you need special clothes or shoes?

Activity holidays        Polar expeditions        Cultural journeys       Trekking tours        Wildlife holidays

  1. Which of these holidays would you be interested in? Why?

Answers:

  1. Activity holidays, Polar expeditions and Wildlife holidays
    2. Trekking tours
    3. Cultural journeys
    4. Trekking tours and Wildlife holidays
    5. Activity holidays and Trekking tours
    6. Activity holidays, Polar expeditions and Trekking tours
 

7th grade: Test Preparation (Units 3, 4 and 5)

I label the parts of the body:

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II What is the problem in each picture:

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III Translate into English:

  1. tablete
  2. kapsule
  3. kapi
  4. injekcija
  5. flaster
  6. zavoj
  7. rendgenski snimak

IV In the first column, agree and in the second, disagree with the given sentences.

Remember: To say that you agree with a positive sentence, you use SO + Be/Auxiliary verb + I. 

If there is no auxiliary verb, you use do for present simple and did for past simple.

To say that you agree with a negative sentence, you use NEITHER + Be/Auxiliary verb + I. 

To disagree, you use Oh, I + Be/Auxiliary verb/ d0, don’t / did, didn’t.

Sentence Agreeing Disagreeing
1.       I like chocolate.

2.       I am a teacher.

3.       He can speak Spanish.

4.       I went to Italy last year.

5.       I haven’t been to the USA.

6.       I didn’t see that film.

7.       She doesn’t live in Pirot.

8.       I like dancing.

9.       She can drive.

10.   Mark is tall.

11.   Gina has been to Texas.

12.   He will study medicine.

13.   My brother lived in Nis.

14.   I was busy yesterday.

15.   I don’t speak Chinese.

16.   I can’t cook well.

17.   They aren’t happy here.

18.   I haven’t done my homework.

19.   I won’t go to the party.

20.   I didn’t visit Big Ben a year ago.

21.   I wasn’t reading a book at 5 pm.

 

1.       So do I.

2.       So am I.

3.       So can I.

4.       So did I.

5.       Neither have I.

6.       Neither did I.

7.       Neither do I.

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1.       Oh, I don’t.

2.       Oh, I’m not.

3.       Oh, I can’t.

4.       Oh, I didn’t.

5.       Oh, I have.

6.       Oh, I did.

7.       Oh, I do.

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V Complete the sentences using the correct form of the verb – infinitive or gerund. sometimes both are possible.

  1. When I was at school, I hated ________ (learn) History.
  2. She refused ________ (talk) to me.
  3. Bernie doesn’t want ________ (come) with us.
  4. I promised _______ (phone) my mum every day.
  5. I’m really going ________ (stop) smoking.
  6. He enjoyed ________ (ride) a bike.
  7. I don’t mind ________ (go) there.
  8. She prefers ________ (drink) coffee to tea.
  9. Mr Smith remembered _______ (receive) the award last year and felt proud of himself.
  10. On her way to work, she stopped _________ (get) some money from the bank.
  11. I’ve decided _______ (learn) harder this term.
  12. They offered ________ (help) us.

VI Describe what you see in the pictures using There is / are .

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VII Imagine one of the following scenes. Describe what you can see, hear, feel and smell.

  1. The scene from your school window.
  2. You favourite place.
  3. A busy bus station
  4. A busy street.

VIII Complete the chart.

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Bored

___________

Interested

___________

Excited

Relaxed

___________

Annoyed

___________

Surprised

___________

______________

Disappointin g

______________

Amazing

______________

______________

Embarrassing

______________

Frightening

______________

amusing

IX Choose the correct form of the adjectives.

  1. Ha ha! That joke is amazing / amazed.
  2. Katie is interested / interesting in History.
  3. Mum felt worrying / worried when Dad didn’t come home on time.
  4. I am annoyed / annoying with my sister.
  5. My brother is amusing / amused.
  6. Luke was surprised / surprising when he heard the news.
  7. I left the cinema because I was boring / bored.
  8. This document is really interested / interesting.
  9. Are you frightened / frightening of ghosts?
  10. That film is very boring / bored.

X Make a short dialogue asking people to do things for you for the given situations. Use Could you and Would you mind (V-ing)

For example: You haven’t got any money and you want to buy a birthday present for your grandma.

YOU: Mum, would you mind lending me some money? I want to buy a birthday present for grandma.

MUM: Certainly. How much do you need?

YOU: 2000 dinars. Thank you, Mum.

  1. You are carrying some heavy bags and you can’t open the door.
  2. You want to watch the news but you can’t hear well.
  3. You are very thirsty but you are very busy writing your homework.
  4. You want to post some letters but you can’t go to the post office yourself.
  5. You want to open a bottle but you can’t.

XI Change the sentences into passive. Keep the same tense.

  1. They have painted my house.
  2. They paint my house twice a year.
  3. Someone stole Mr. Jackson’s car last night.
  4. Tina waters the plants once a week.
  5. Samantha will buy the birthday present.
  6. Factory pollution will kill all the fish.
  7. The police has arrested the robbers.
  8. Leonardo da Vinci painted Mona Lisa.
  9. They grow tea in India.
  10. Cars cause air pollution.
  11. Martina cleans my office every day.
  12. National Geographic shows many documentaries.

 

 

8th grade: Preparation for the First Written Test

For the test you have grammar and vocabulary from Units 2 and 3 in your textbooks (Project 5, third edition).

Below you can find some exercise to practice and revise the covered topics.

I The First and the Second Conditionals:

  1. If they invite me to the wedding, I __________ (go).
  2. If it ________ (be) hot today, we would go to the beach.
  3. I could buy a yacht if I _______ (have) a lot of money.
  4. We ________ (move) to London if Peter got that job.
  5. If the weather is good, we often _______ (have) lunch outside.
  6. We would get to the shops if we ________ (hurry).
  7. My parents ________ (worry) about me if I didn’t phone them every week.
  8. If I _____ (know) the answer to the question, I would answer it.
  9. The students usually work hard if they ________ (have) a test.
  10. If you won a lot of money, what _______ you ______ (do)?

II Join the sentences. Use so (much) …that.

  1. The box is very heavy. I cannot lift it.
  2. My brother worked hard. He passed the test.
  3. He is very ill. The doctors don’t expect him to survive.
  4. My grandfather is very weak. He cannot walk.
  5. She is very short. She cannot touch the ceiling.
  6. William played cleverly. John couldn’t beat him.
  7. The necklace was very expensive. I couldn’t buy it.
  8. The famine was very severe. Several people perished.
  9. The milk was very good. We couldn’t help drinking it.
  10. He is very proud. He will not ask for help.

 

III Write the warnings for each sign at page 36 in your SBs.

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IV Write sentences using the words from pages 35 and 36 in you SBs.

(Explode, production, destroy, pollution, eruption, decide, decision,  translation, manipulate, infectious, healthy, risk, easy, anger, operate, revolution, caution, cautious…).

V How do the people feel?

VI Answer the questions. Write full sentences.

  1. When do you feel most alert?
  2. When do you usually start to feel sleepy?
  3. At what time of the day do you have a big meal?
  4. When do you have a snack?
  5. When do you feel relaxed? Why?
  6. What time of the day is you stress level highest? Why?
  7. What time of the day do you normally feel tired? Why?
  8. What time of the day do you normally feel hungry?
  9. What time of the day do you normally feel worried? Why?

VII What would you do if these things happened?

  1. If you were in a supermarket and saw a person steal a few expensive chocolates, would you tell someone?
  2. If you saw your best friends boyfriend kissing another girl would you tell her?
  3. If you found a wallet with $1500 cash in it, would you try to return it?
  4. If you saw some young kids bullying another kid would you step in?
  5. If you saw large teenager boys bullying another teenager, would you step in?
  6. If a woman came banging at your door asking for help, would you let her in?
  7. What would you like to do in the future?
  8. What would you do if you were rich?
  9. What would you do if you were poor?
  10. What would you do if you were the principal of your school?
  11. What would you do if you could suddenly speak German?
  12. What would you do if you won a lottery?

VIII  Put the verbs in brackets into the appropriate verb form – Future Simple or am / is / are going to.

  1. I think she _______ be a very good mother.
  2. After he graduates, he _______ become a lawyer.
  3. A: It’s cold in here!  B: I _______ turn off the air-conditioning.
  4. They are so excited about their holiday. They _______ stay in a five-star hotel.
  5. A: I can’t hear you. B: I ________ turn the TV down.
  6. He’s already decided. He ________ buy a new car.
  7. I hope everything _______ turn out right.
  8. A: I feel dizzy. B: Sit down and I ______ get you a glass of water.
  9. A: I don’t know how to use this photocopier. B: Don’t worry. I _______ show you.
  10. Look at the girl!  She ________ fall off the chair.

Ispravak prvog pismenog zadatka VII

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Group A                 The Correction of the First Written Test, done on 3 December

 

I Translate:

1.     This is a wooden bridge.

2.     These are woolen socks.

3.     This is a gold ring.

 

 

II Translate:

  1. These are pointed shoes.
  2. This is a checked shirt.
  3. These are flared jeans.

III Use the verbs in brackets in the correct tense – the simple past or continuous.

  1. What did he do last weekend?
  2. They were riding bikes while they rollerblading.
  3. He opened a can of Coke and drank it.

IV Write sentences about the things Susan used or didn’t use to do.

  1. Susan used to play tennis but now she goes skating.
  2. She didn’t use to learn Chinese but now she learns Chinese.

V Translate the sentences:  

  1. These boots are too tight. They aren’t loose enough.
  2. This car is too expensive. It isn’t cheap enough.

VI Insert modals (could, couldn’t, had to, didn’t have to).

  1. The students couldn’t do the Math problem because it was too difficult.
  2. He was very busy so he couldn’t finish the project on time.
  3. Paula could speak Spanish when she was only 5.

VII Put the verbs in brackets in the present perfect or past simple tense.

  1. She has never written an email.
  2. They won the match in 2011.
  3. He didn’t see that film last weekend.
  4. Has she shown you the new dress?
  5. We have known each other since July.

VIII Complete the sentences with since or for.  

  1. They have been here since 7 o’clock.
  2. It has rained for 3 days.
  3. He has spoken German since he was 7.

IX Write question tags:

  1. We have completed it, haven’t we?
  2. Everyone was here, weren’t they?
  3. Tina likes chocolate, doesn’t she?
  4. Let’s go out, shall we?

X Use the adjectives and nouns from p.25 in your book to complete the sentences.

  1. He is a very successful writer.
  2. This is an exciting book.
  3. Good-looks is very important for models.

XI Read the text and answer the questions.

  1. The name of the native people is Aborigines.
  2. The British killed a lot of them.
  3. They live in places called reservations.

XII Read the text again and write a sentence about each of these dates.

  1. 1606 – The first Europeans found Australia.
  2. 1788 – The British set up a New South Wales.

 

XIII Write maximum 7 words that we use for hardware or software of a computer.                     

A system unit, a screen, a monitor, a keyboard, keys, a mouse, a mouse mat, a folder, a file, a window, a cursor…

 

Group B         The Correction of the First Written Test, done on 3 December

I Translate:

1.     This is a copper arrow.

2.     These are plastic cups.

3.     This is a silk blouse.

 

 II Translate:

  1. These are high-heeled shoes.
  2. This is a striped t-shirt.
  3. These are baggy trousers.

III Use the verbs in brackets in the correct tense – the simple past or continuous.

  1. What was he doing at 10 p.m. last night?
  2. The plane landed 3 hours ago. The tourists have been in the hotel for 2 hours.
  3. She opened her bag and took out her lipstick.

IV Write sentences about the things Alex used or didn’t use to do.

  1. Alex didn’t use to listen to rock but now he listens to rock.
  2. He used to read books but now he reads a lot more.

V Translate the sentences:

  1. This skirt is too long. It isn’t short enough.
  2. This jumper is too dark. It isn’t light enough.

VI Insert modals (could, couldn’t, had to, didn’t have to).

  1. She didn’t have to take the bus because her father drove her in his car.
  2. Last Monday he had to revise because he had a French test.
  3. Tina could speak when she was 1.

VII Put the verbs in brackets in the present perfect or past simple tense.

  1. The stuntman has walked through fire many times.
  2. She has just drunk a cup of tea.
  3. Dona went to Greece last summer.
  4. We didn’t sleep well last Friday.
  5. Did she help you with your homework last Monday?

VIII Complete the sentences with since or for.                                          

  1. They have been on holiday for 2 weeks.
  2. He has spoken German since he was 7.
  3. I have watched TV for 30 minutes.

IX Write question tags: 

  1. Don’t shout, will you?
  2. She is your best friend, isn’t she?
  3. They lived in Holland, didn’t they?
  4. He won’t be punished, will he?

X Use the adjectives and nouns from p.25 in your book to complete the sentences.

  1. Fame doesn’t always bring happiness.
  2. Wild animals can be dangerous.
  3. She was very angry because he broke her vase.

XI Read the text and answer the questions.

  1. The name of the native people is Maori.
  2. The British bought land from them and made agreements about how to run the country.
  3. Most of native people live in cities now.

XII Read the text again and write a sentence about each of these dates.

  1. 1840 – The British Government claimed New Zealand.
  2. 1901 – The Australian colonies joined together to make a single British colony.

XIII Write maximum 7 words that we use for hardware or software of a computer.          

A system unit, a screen, a monitor, a keyboard, keys, a mouse, a mouse mat, a folder, a file, a window, a cursor…