I label the parts of the body:
II What is the problem in each picture:
III Translate into English:
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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.
|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.
|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.
V Complete the sentences using the correct form of the verb – infinitive or gerund. sometimes both are possible.
- When I was at school, I hated ________ (learn) History.
- She refused ________ (talk) to me.
- Bernie doesn’t want ________ (come) with us.
- I promised _______ (phone) my mum every day.
- I’m really going ________ (stop) smoking.
- He enjoyed ________ (ride) a bike.
- I don’t mind ________ (go) there.
- She prefers ________ (drink) coffee to tea.
- Mr Smith remembered _______ (receive) the award last year and felt proud of himself.
- On her way to work, she stopped _________ (get) some money from the bank.
- I’ve decided _______ (learn) harder this term.
- They offered ________ (help) us.
VI Describe what you see in the pictures using There is / are .
VII Imagine one of the following scenes. Describe what you can see, hear, feel and smell.
- The scene from your school window.
- You favourite place.
- A busy bus station
- A busy street.
VIII Complete the chart.
IX Choose the correct form of the adjectives.
- Ha ha! That joke is amazing / amazed.
- Katie is interested / interesting in History.
- Mum felt worrying / worried when Dad didn’t come home on time.
- I am annoyed / annoying with my sister.
- My brother is amusing / amused.
- Luke was surprised / surprising when he heard the news.
- I left the cinema because I was boring / bored.
- This document is really interested / interesting.
- Are you frightened / frightening of ghosts?
- 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.
- You are carrying some heavy bags and you can’t open the door.
- You want to watch the news but you can’t hear well.
- You are very thirsty but you are very busy writing your homework.
- You want to post some letters but you can’t go to the post office yourself.
- You want to open a bottle but you can’t.
XI Change the sentences into passive. Keep the same tense.
- They have painted my house.
- They paint my house twice a year.
- Someone stole Mr. Jackson’s car last night.
- Tina waters the plants once a week.
- Samantha will buy the birthday present.
- Factory pollution will kill all the fish.
- The police has arrested the robbers.
- Leonardo da Vinci painted Mona Lisa.
- They grow tea in India.
- Cars cause air pollution.
- Martina cleans my office every day.
- National Geographic shows many documentaries.