Put the correct forms of the verbs into the gaps. Use the Simple Present in the statements.



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Put the correct forms of the verbs into the gaps. Use the Simple Present in the statements.



1. My working day (to begin) at seven o’clock. 2.I(to get) up, (to switch) on the radio and (to do) my morning exercises. 3. It (to take) me fifteen minutes. 4. At half past seven we (to have) breakfast. 5. My father and I (to leave) home at eight o’clock. 6. He (to take) a bus to his factory. 7. My mother (to be) a doctor, she (to leave) home at nine o’clock. 8. In the evening we (to gather) in the living room. 9.We (to watch) TV and (to talk).

Put the correct forms of the verbs into the gaps. Use the Simple Present in the statements.

Example: We _____ her name. (to shout) Answer: We shout her name.

1) I __ a good mark. (to get)

2) Rita ___ an exercise. (to do)

3) We___ the table. (to lay)

4) Tim and Pat___ text messages. (to send)

5) Oliver ___ fun. (to have)

6) Maria ___ their room. (to tidy up)

7) He ___ a new MP3 player. (to buy)

8) The dog___ out of the house. (to run)

9) You ___ your glasses. (to need)

10) She ___ a snake. (to touch)

Fill in the correct personal pronouns.

1. She is very handsome. I envy _____.

2. They are not reliable. He doubts ______.

3. I taught her. ________ learned it from ______.

4. We asked for his advice. ______ advised ______ not to come.

5. He dislikes her, and ______ hates ______; it’s evident.

6. You should be there on time. I want _____ to come on time.

7. She is English; _____ gave me lessons in English.

8. They are our friends. We invited _____ to the party.

9. It was him who wrote this letter. I recognized _____ by _____ handwriting.

10. Did you see the snake? – Yes, I saw _____ and _____ saw _____.

11. Where’s Tom? – That’s _____ over there.

12. Where’s my map? – I left _____ on the desk.

13. Look at that bird. _____ always comes to my window.

14. What time is _____? – _____ is four.

15. Who is that? – _____’s me.

16. Hi, it is so nice to see _____ again.

17. _____ doesn’t matter.

18. _____ is not a boy, _____ is a girl.

19. You object to our visiting _____, don’t you?

20. You are not guilty of _____, are you?

 

Fill in the correct possessive pronouns.

1. This book belongs to me. This is _____ book.

2. Whose book is that? It is not _____.

3. The cat ate _____ food.

4. She took out _____ purse and gave it to me.

5. A friend of _____ gave me that toy.

6. This is their car. That car is _____ too.

7. May I introduce to you one of _____ colleagues?

8. Has anyone here lost _____ books?

9. Every season is beautiful in _____ own way.

10. They would like a house of _____ own.

11. I’ll try _____ best, I promise.

12. Each country has _____ own customs.

13. He is going to be late. Would you mind _____ coming a bit later?

14. Lend me _____ pen, I’ve lost _____.

15. They like it. It’s a favourite habit of _____.

5. Choose the right variant:
1. Would you like ______ wine with your meal?

little

a few

a little

2. There is _______ I can do to help you solve your problem.

a few

a little

little

3. I'd like to try ______ different types of cheese.

a few

few

a little

4. She had ______ time to prepare, so she did well.

a little

little

a few

5. I'm afraid I have ______ information on the topic.

a little

little

few

6. She said she would like ______ help.

a little

little

a few

7. Could I borrow _____ dollars?

few

a few

a little

8. She offered to give him ______ tips.

few

a few

a little

9. He doesn't really know very much. He know very ______.

few

little

a little

In some of these sentences much is incorrect or unnatural. Change much to many or a lot (of) where necessary.

1. We didn't spend much money. _RIGHT_

2. Sue drinks much tea. _a lot of tea_

3. Jim always puts much salt on his food.

4. We'll have to hurry. We haven't got much time.

5. Did it cost much to repair the car?

6. It cost much to repair the car.

7. I don't know much people in this town.

8. I use the phone much at work.

9. They've got so much money they don't know what to do with it.

7. Fill in the gaps:

1.He is a wicked boy. I’m sure he did it… ( by \on ) purpose.2.She shouted ( at/ to) me that I was wanted ( on / to ) the phone.3.Take a pen. You can’t sign contracts ( by/ in )pencil.4.The voyage was tiring. The sea was rough and we had to be ( in/ at ) sea more than a fortnight.5.He lives ( at/ on )a farm somewhere in Texas.6.Put your signature (on/ at ) the bottom of the page. Don’t write ( at/ in )the middle, put it (at/ on ) the right.7.She made this sweater herself (at/ by ) hand.8.He through an egg ( to / at ) the speaker.9.The car that was going ( with / at ) the speed of 70 miles per hour braked ( on / at ) the traffic lights.10.The participants of Greenpeace rally were standing ( by / in ) a line ( in front of / before ) the house of the mayor.11.He was ( on / at ) work ( before / until ) 3 o’clock yesterday.12.He was sent ( in / to ) prison for shoplifting ( by / at ) age of seventeen.13.( In / On ) the whole, I liked our journey. But next year I’d like to go ( on / to ) cruise.



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