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Choose only one word from the brackets.
1. We haven’t … black stockings (no, any). 2. They have … red boots, Kate (any, no). 3. I don’t want … today; thank you (nothing, anything). 4. “I haven’t got … clean exercise – books, Mother,” said the boy (any, no). 5. “We shall not buy … in this shop, children,” said the mother (nothing, anything). 6. Didn’t you buy … potatoes yesterday (any, no)? 7. I didn’t see … in the street when I went out (anybody, nobody). 8. We did not play … games in the yard because it was raining al day long (no, any). 9. There is … at home (anybody, nobody). 10. How much did you pay … (nothing, anything). They are a present from my grandmother.
Put the following sentences in negative and interrogative form.
1. The have done something. 2. He has given them some money. 3. You have brought something for us. 4. I have taken some English books from you. 5. She was reading something.6. He has written a letter to somebody. 7. Somebody by the name of Petrov lives on the third floor. 8. They have some English books. 9. There are some tall trees in front of their house. 10. Peter has something in his box.
Insert one of these words.
a) some, any, no
1. There were … of my friends there. 2. Well, anyway, there is … need to hurry, now that we have missed the train. 3. Have you ever seen … of these pictures before? 4. There is … water in the kettle: they have drunk it all. 5. There were … fir-trees in that forest, but many pines. 6. We could not buy cherries, so we bought … plums instead.
b) somebody, anybody, nobody.
1. I saw … I knew at the lecture. 2. I dare say that there may be … at the lecture that I know, but what does that matter? 3. Do you really think that …visits this place? 4. I have never seen … lace their boots like that.
c) somewhere, anywhere, nowhere.
1. I haven’t seen him … . 2. I know the place is …about here, but exactly where, I don’t know. 3. Did you go … yesterday? 4. I have never seen … lace their boots like that.
9. Complete the sentences with some or any.
1. In our classroom there are …books on the floor. 2. There aren’t … plants. 3. Are there … Spanish students in your class? 4. There aren’t … Chinese students. 5. We have … dictionaries in the cupboard. 6. There aren’t … pens in my bag.
10. Tick (+) the correct sentence.
1. There aren’t some sandwiches. There aren’t any sandwiches.
2. Do you have some good dictionary? Do you have a good dictionary?
3. I have some photos of my dog. I have any photos of my dog.
4. I have lot of books. I have a lot of books.
5. How many students are their in this class? How many of students are there in this class?
6. Next my house there’s a park. Next to my house there’s a park.
7. Look at this house over there! Look at that house over there!
8. Henry, that is my mother. Mum, that is Henry. Henry, this is my mother. Mum, this is Henry.
Read the text.
Mr. Robinson was driving to Oxford one cloudy day when he saw a hitch-hiker holding a sign above his head which said CAMBRIDGE. Mr. Robinson thought it unwise to take hitch-hiker, because he had read frightening stories of what some of them did to drivers, but he was a kind man, so he stopped and said, ‘You’re going to get wet. You’re on the wrong road for Cambridge. This road goes to Oxford.’
‘Yes, I know,’ answered the hitch-hiker gaily, as he got into Mr. Robinson’s car. ‘That’s where I want to go. I only started to wait here a minute ago, and I knew someone would be likely to stop to tell me I was on the wrong road. If I’d held up a sign with OXFORD on it, I might have had to wait for an hour for someone to stop!’
Answer the questions.
1. Why did Mr. Robinson stop to talk to the hutch-hiker? 2. Did he usually help hitch-hikers? 3. Why didn’t he usually stop for them? 4. Why did he think the hitch-hiker was going to get wet? 5. Why had the hitch-hiker held the wrong sign above the head?
Retell the text.
The infinitive of purpose.
· to + infinitive is used to express purpose or we can use the to + infinitiveto give
the reason why something is done.
eg: I went to London to study English.
We can discuss this question today not to discuss it tomorrow.
· We also use going towhen we can see nowthat something is sure to happen in the future.
eg: It’s going to rain.
eg: I’m going to sneeze.
1. Make eight more sentences from the box:
1. I wrote to the school to ask for information about their classes.
2. _________________________________________________ .
3. _________________________________________________ .
4. _________________________________________________ .
5. _________________________________________________ .
6. _________________________________________________ .
7. _________________________________________________ .
8. _________________________________________________ .
9. _________________________________________________ .
10. _________________________________________________ .
2. Rewrite the sentences, using to - infinitive.
1. I wanted to find out the times of the trains and so I phoned the station.
eg: I phoned the station to find out the times of the trains.
2. She went to university .She wanted to study engineering. 3. I went into town because I needed to do some shopping.4. I am going to write to my uncle and ask for his help. 5. You should go to Italy if you want to improve your Italian. 6. We planned a meeting. We wanted to discuss the problem of traffic in the town. 7. They had to look for work so they moved to the city. 8. I wanted to thank them for the weekend. That’s why I wrote to them. 9. I stayed in because I wanted to watch a film on television. 10. My brother is coming this weekend. He is going to help me paint the flat.
3. Complete the sentences using a to – infinitive, using the following verbs:
1. She’s agreed to helpme with the party. 2. Did you remember … your mother when you got back? 3. I’m hoping … all my work before I go to bed. 4. She asked me … to the cinema with her. 5. He never learnt … when he lived with his parents. 6. Please don’t forget … me …before you leave tomorrow. 7. When did you decide … to Spain? 8. He’s always wanted … famous. 9. It was kind of her to offer … the children. 10. It was lovely and sunny but then it started … .
4. Tick the correct sentence:
1. Is going to rain. It’s going to rain.
2. Do you wash your hair this evening? Are you going to wash your hair this evening?
3. She’s going to have a baby. She’s going to has a baby.
4. I’m going to the Post Office to buy some stamps. I’m going to the Post Office for buy some stamps.
5. I’m going home early this evening. I’m go home early this evening.
6. I opened the window to get some fresh air. I opened the window for to get some fresh air.
5. Answer the questions with the infinitive of purpose and words from the box:
1.Why are you going to the baker’s? To buy/ get some bread.
2.Why are you going to the chemist’s? 3. Why are you going to the bookshop? 4.Why are you going to the travel agent’s? 5. Why are you going to the post office? 6. Why are you going to the music shop? 7.Why are you going to the newsagent’s?
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