8th grade: Preparation for Test 2 (Units 3 and 4)

I Write the verbs in the appropriate form. (For the Second Conditional: if + past simple, would + infinitive.   For the Third conditional:  if + past perfect, would have + past participle).

  1. If they had come to the party, she _________ (be) very happy.
  2. George would go on holiday if he _________ (have) more time.
  3. Steve’s brother ________ (study) medicine if he had passed the test.
  4. If we _________ (hurry) up, we would catch the bus.
  5. I wouldn’t have failed the exam if I ________ (revise).
  6. My friend would buy a new house if he _______ (save) enough money.

II Complete the gaps with corresponding words. Then, use the appropriate words in the sentences.

Verb                       Noun

manipulate        __________

produce        _________

explode __________

__________     manipulation

__________     information

__________     explosion

infect        ___________

complicate    ______________

celebrate    _______________

react    _____________

__________ destruction

examine    ______________

prepare   _______________

congratulate _______________

  1. The critics didn’t like the film. Their __________ wasn’t good.
  2. Tea _________ in India is rising.
  3. We have to __________ for the party.
  4. We heard a loud bomb _________ last night.
  5. Don’t _________ the situation. We already have a lot of problems.
  6. We __________ New Year’s Eve on 31 December.

III Complete the gaps with corresponding words. Then, use the appropriate words in the sentences.

Noun                Adjective

danger          _____________

____________     famous

poison      _____________

hazard     _____________

___________     cautious

___________      infection

luck __________

risk    __________

health     ___________

___________ easy

___________     angry

dirt     __________

  1. What a mess! This room is so ________.
  2. Some people believe that black cats bring bad ________.
  3. Eating fruit and vegetables is __________.
  4. His eyes are sore. He has an eye __________.
  5. The teacher is _______ when we forget our homework.
  6. This snake is very ___________.
  7. Tigers can be __________.
  8. ________ doesn’t always bring happiness to celebrities.

IV Write questions for the underlined words.

  1. __________________________?       She lives in London. 
  2. __________________________?       Pirot is 30 km away from here.
  3. __________________________?       They got up at 5 am this morning.
  4. __________________________?        He went to bed early because he was really tired.
  5. __________________________?        We have studied English for 5 years.
  6. __________________________?         She is talking to Mike   at the moment.

V Write the jobs.

  1. A s___________ types letters and answers phones.
  2. A p__________ flies a plane.
  3. An e___________ knows all about machines.
  4. A m___________ repairs car engines.
  5. A p____________ takes pictures.
  6. A n_________ b_____   delivers newspapers.
  7. A t________  teaches kids.
  8. A d _______ w_______ takes dogs for a walk.

VI Write sentences about each job using gerund.

  1. A nurse’s job includes _______________.
  2. A brick layer’s job involves ______________.
  3. An architect needs to be good at _____________.
  4. A Hairdresser needs to be good at _____________.
  5. A dog walker’s job involves ______________.
  6. A lorry driver needs to be interested in _____________.
  7. A vet needs to be good at _____________.
  8. A car mechanic needs to be interested in _____________.

VII Give warnings or advice for each situation using might (get) or could (get).

  1. There are pieces of glass everywhere. Be careful! __________________________.
  2. It’s too cold outside.   _________________________.
  3. There is a bee in your glass. It ____________________.
  4. This street is very busy. Don’t cross it. __________________.
  5. I don’t think it’s a good idea to light fire. You ___________________.
  6. This knife is very sharp. You _________________.
  7. Her dog is very aggressive. ______________________.
  8. I would switch off the electricity first. _______________________.

VIII Choose the correct pronoun.

  1. We enjoyed we / us/ ourselves at the party.
  2. I / me / myself came here 10 minutes ago.
  3. She cut she / her / herself while she was cutting bread.
  4. He looked he / him /himself in the mirror.
  5. George helped I / me / myself.
  6. We saw they / them /themselves in the street.
  7. She combed she / her / herself.
  8. He / him /himself  phoned I / me / myself yesterday.

IX Fill in the gaps with appropriate phrasal verbs.

  1. Don’t _______   _______ the TV. I want to watch the film.
  2. There are many books. _______ ______ one.
  3. Can you _______ ______ me, please? I want to go to the park together with you.
  4. I lost my wallet. Can you help me ________ _____ it, please?
  5. I need to go out. Please, ________ ______ my kids while I come back.
  6. You can ________ ______ the TV now. I’m not watching it any more.
  7. _______ me ______ my laptop now. I need it.
  8. ______ ______ your dirty socks from the floor.
  9. You can _______ _____ these old magazines.
  10. _______ _____ your shoes before you come in.

7th grade: Test Preparation (Unit 4)

agree-disagree

I Agree with the following statements:

(You know we agree with positive statements using So + auxiliary verb + I. When we agree with negative statements, we use Neither + auxiliary verb + I. The auxiliary verb is in the tense in which is the statement we agree with, for example:

Present simple: do

Present Continuous: am

Present Perfect: have

Past Simple: did

Past Continuous: was

Future Simple: will

If a modal verb is used in the statement, you should use the same modal (can, could, must, would, should)

  1. A: I like English. B: So do I.
  2. A: We haven’t visited Rome. B: Neither have I.
  3. A: They are from Serbia.  B: ____________.
  4. A: Mike lives in New York.   B: ____________.
  5. A: I studied French last night.  B: _____________.
  6. A: We will ride bikes.  B: ______________.
  7. A: We are watching a film now.  B: _____________.
  8. A: We should go now.  B: ________________.
  9. A: I could help him.  B: _____________.
  10. A: I made a birthday cake for her. B: _______________.
  11. A: He has read that book.  B: ____________.
  12. A: I didn’t see Jane last week. B: ______________.
  13. A: We aren’t having dinner at the moment.  B: _____________.
  14. A: I haven’t been in Turkey.  B: ____________.
  15. A: I won’t do that. B: _______________.

II Disagree with the sentences.

(When we disagree with a positive statement, we say Oh, I + negative auxiliary. If you disagree with a negative statement, you say Oh, I + positive auxiliary.)

  1. A: I like English. B: Oh, I don’t.
  2. A: We haven’t visited Rome. B: Oh, I have.
  3. A: They are from Serbia.  B: ____________.
  4. A: Mike lives in New York.   B: ____________.
  5. A: I studied French last night.  B: _____________.
  6. A: We will ride bikes.  B: ______________.
  7. A: We are watching a film now.  B: _____________.
  8. A: We should go now.  B: ________________.
  9. A: I could help him.  B: _____________.
  10. A: I made a birthday cake for her. B: _______________.
  11. A: He has read that book.  B: ____________.
  12. A: I didn’t see Jane last week. B: ______________.
  13. A: We aren’t having dinner at the moment.  B: _____________.
  14. A: I haven’t been in Turkey.  B: ____________.
  15. A: I won’t do that. B: _______________.

III Complete the gaps with the correct form of the verb – infinitive or gerund. (Check which form goes after each verb in your SB at page 45.)

  1. I love ________ (eat) chocolate.
  2. They promised ________ (visit) us next month.
  3. They don’t mind ________ (sit) in the back.
  4. She’s refused _______ (go) there.
  5. Imagine _______ (live) next to he sea.
  6. We enjoyed _______ (fly) by plane.
  7. Mia offered _______ (do) that instead of me.
  8. He stopped ________ (fill) in his tank. After that, he continued his journey.
  9. She stopped ______ (phone) him because she got angry at him.
  10. I remembered ______ (lock) the door, don’t worry.
  11. They’ve agreed ______ (change) places with us.
  12. Mike tried ________ (finish) the project on his own.
  13. Tom prefers ________ (drink) tea.
  14. We like _______ (learn) English.
  15. He wanted ______ (go) out with his friends.

IV Describe what you see in the two pictures using There is / are something or somebody + verb – ing.

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For example: In the first picture, there are two women sitting on the ground.

V Close your eyes and describe what you can see, hear, feel or smell in the following situations using I can see/ feel/ hear/ smell + someone  or something + Verb-ing.

  1. a basketball match   (I can hear people shouting. I can see players running.  I can feel someone pushing me.)
  2. a football match
  3. a busy square
  4. your English classroom
  5. a winter day
  6. a summer night

VI Complete the sentences using the adjectives from the table.

bored boring
frightened frightening
interested interesting
worried worrying
amazed amazing
excited exciting
relaxed relaxing
embarrased embarassing
surprised suprising
annoyed annoying
amused amusing
  1. They had a very ________ holiday last month. They liked it very much.
  2. I’ve lost my purse. It’s so __________.
  3. Shall we go and see that new film? It looks ________.
  4. Tina was late for class. She was very __________ what would her teacher say.
  5. He has  a good sense of humor. He’s so _________.
  6. I’m so _________. I’ve got nothing to do.
  7. They failed all their tests. That’s so _________.
  8. I didn’t like that horror film. I was so ________.
  9. My parents were _______ when I came back home early.
  10. He lied to me. I was so _________.
  11. Is he _________ in sport?
  12. Lying on the beach is very ________.
  13. Last night I was walking down the street when I heard a loud scream. It was so ___________.
  14. I felt _________ after going for a walk in the park.
  15. The exam results were _______. We didn’t expect to pass all of them with great success.

VII Match the words in A with the words in B.

I didn’t expect On business.
Here is Afford them.
Oh, be Your tea.
I was there Suppose so.
I couldn’t To your parents.
Yes, I Your fault.
Say hello It was a mistake.
I knew Careful.
This is all To see you
  1. I went to Belgrade on Monday. I was there __________.
  2. Hi, George. ______________. You don’t come here very often.
  3. A:______________. B: Thank you.
  4. I’m so glad to see you. ______________ your parents.
  5. We’re going to be late. It_______________. We shouldn’t have listened to him.

VIII Ask in a polite way someone to do something for you using Could you…? Would you mind + Verb -ing…?

  1. lend me your pencil     Could you lend me your pen, please? Would you mind lending me your pencil, please? Yes, of course. Certainly.
  2. open the window
  3. walk me home
  4. help me with my homework
  5. translate that for me
  6. feed the dog
  7. turn the TV off
  8. turn the volume up
  9. make  a sandwich
  10. give me  a lift
  11. carry the bag
  12. post this letter
  13. photocopy this document
  14. lend me that book
  15. turn down the radio