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).
- If they had come to the party, she _________ (be) very happy.
- George would go on holiday if he _________ (have) more time.
- Steve’s brother ________ (study) medicine if he had passed the test.
- If we _________ (hurry) up, we would catch the bus.
- I wouldn’t have failed the exam if I ________ (revise).
- 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.
- The critics didn’t like the film. Their __________ wasn’t good.
- Tea _________ in India is rising.
- We have to __________ for the party.
- We heard a loud bomb _________ last night.
- Don’t _________ the situation. We already have a lot of problems.
- We __________ New Year’s Eve on 31 December.
III Complete the gaps with corresponding words. Then, use the appropriate words in the sentences.
- What a mess! This room is so ________.
- Some people believe that black cats bring bad ________.
- Eating fruit and vegetables is __________.
- His eyes are sore. He has an eye __________.
- The teacher is _______ when we forget our homework.
- This snake is very ___________.
- Tigers can be __________.
- ________ doesn’t always bring happiness to celebrities.
IV Write questions for the underlined words.
- __________________________? She lives in London.
- __________________________? Pirot is 30 km away from here.
- __________________________? They got up at 5 am this morning.
- __________________________? He went to bed early because he was really tired.
- __________________________? We have studied English for 5 years.
- __________________________? She is talking to Mike at the moment.
V Write the jobs.
- A s___________ types letters and answers phones.
- A p__________ flies a plane.
- An e___________ knows all about machines.
- A m___________ repairs car engines.
- A p____________ takes pictures.
- A n_________ b_____ delivers newspapers.
- A t________ teaches kids.
- A d _______ w_______ takes dogs for a walk.
VI Write sentences about each job using gerund.
- A nurse’s job includes _______________.
- A brick layer’s job involves ______________.
- An architect needs to be good at _____________.
- A Hairdresser needs to be good at _____________.
- A dog walker’s job involves ______________.
- A lorry driver needs to be interested in _____________.
- A vet needs to be good at _____________.
- A car mechanic needs to be interested in _____________.
VII Give warnings or advice for each situation using might (get) or could (get).
- There are pieces of glass everywhere. Be careful! __________________________.
- It’s too cold outside. _________________________.
- There is a bee in your glass. It ____________________.
- This street is very busy. Don’t cross it. __________________.
- I don’t think it’s a good idea to light fire. You ___________________.
- This knife is very sharp. You _________________.
- Her dog is very aggressive. ______________________.
- I would switch off the electricity first. _______________________.
VIII Choose the correct pronoun.
- We enjoyed we / us/ ourselves at the party.
- I / me / myself came here 10 minutes ago.
- She cut she / her / herself while she was cutting bread.
- He looked he / him /himself in the mirror.
- George helped I / me / myself.
- We saw they / them /themselves in the street.
- She combed she / her / herself.
- He / him /himself phoned I / me / myself yesterday.
IX Fill in the gaps with appropriate phrasal verbs.
- Don’t _______ _______ the TV. I want to watch the film.
- There are many books. _______ ______ one.
- Can you _______ ______ me, please? I want to go to the park together with you.
- I lost my wallet. Can you help me ________ _____ it, please?
- I need to go out. Please, ________ ______ my kids while I come back.
- You can ________ ______ the TV now. I’m not watching it any more.
- _______ me ______ my laptop now. I need it.
- ______ ______ your dirty socks from the floor.
- You can _______ _____ these old magazines.
- _______ _____ your shoes before you come in.