Барашкова по Биболетовой, 6. Часть 1. Unit 1

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Complete the following sentences with “a, the” or no article.
1. I am Betty. I am twelve. I am in the fifth form. I have a lot of interesting subjects at school.
2. I am from Dmitrov. It’s small town in Russia. I am in the sixth form. At school we study English and French.
3. Are you in the fourth form? — No, I’m not. I’m in the fifth form.
4. A school year in Russia starts on the first of September.
5. Do you enjoy P.E.?
6. Can you gather mushrooms in summer?
7. When do you go to a disco?
8. You can see different toys there.
9. Do you play different games at home?
10. Do you go to a stadium after the school?
Complete the following sentences with “the” or no article.
1. Who helps her about the house?
2. Do you go to bed at 10 o’clock?
3. Did you go to the country last August?
3. Once there lived three little kittens.
4. Once there lived an elephant.
5. Once there lived a clever elephant.
6. Once there lived an old woman.
7. Once there lived six little mice.
8. Once there lived a beautiful princess.
9. Once there lived an ugly princess.
10. Once there lived very little birds.
Write the plural.
these photos
those countries
these holidays
those fish
Write the plural.
1. The man doesn’t like that black sheep. The men don’t like those black cheep.
2. That mouse was very little. Those mice were very little.
3. The child has breakfast at home. The children have breakfast at home.
4. The goose was clever. The geese were clever.
5. The wolf likes meat. The wolves like meat.
6. There is a new hat in the box. There are new hats in the boxes.
7. It is a toy. They are toys.
8. This woman is his teacher. These women are their teachers.
9. The party was nice. The parties were nice.
10. There are glasse on the table. There are glasses on the table.
Write sentences as in the example.
Mr Ivanov lives in Moscow. The Ivanovs live in Moscow.
1. Mr Brown lives in London. The Browns live in London.
2. Mrs Green wants to go there. The Greens want to go there.
3. Mr Baranov has got a nice house. The Baranovs have got a nice house.
4. Mr Serov often visits Moscow. The Serovs often visit Moscow.
Fill in ‘s or s’ where necessary.
1. This kitten is Tom and Bob’s pet.
2. The ball is not Ted’s it is Mike’s.
3. Mary and Helen’s toys are in the box.
4. There are ten boys in our class. The boys’ toys are at home.
5. We have got three pets. The pets’ food is on the shelf.
6. Nick and Mike’s brother must help them.
7. Kate and Betty’s teacher was in London.
8. The girls are ill. The girls’ doctor came yesterday.
9. Do you know the boy? — Yes, I do. The boy’s mother works in this toy shop.
10. There is a swimming pool near the Browns’ house.
Translate into English.
1. книга этого мальчика — the boy’s book
2. книга этих мальчиков — the boys’ book
3. компьютер м-ра Брауна — Mr Brown’s computer
4. компьютер семьи Браунов — the Browns’ computer
5. имя его сестры — his sister’s name
6. фотографии его сестер — his sisters’ photos
7. комната моих родителей — my parents’ room
8. автомобиль семьи Смит — the Smiths’ car
9. шляпки этой женщины — the woman’s hats
10. шляпки этих женщин — the women’s hats
Fill in the table.
long longer the longest
1. bright — brighter — the brightest
2. difficult — more difficult — the most difficult
3. good — better — the best
4. happy — happier — the happiest
5. lazy — lazier — the laziest
6. hot — hotter — the hottest
7. bad — worse — the worst
8. big — bigger — the biggest
9. silly — sillier — the silliest
10. interesting — more interesting — the most interesting
Complete the sentences with the comparative form or the superlative form of the given adjectives.
Sam is shorter than Tom. (short)
Sam is the shortest boy in the class. (short)
1. Winter is the coldest season of the year. (cold)
2. Winter is colder than autumn. (cold)
3. Summer is warmer than spring. (warm)
4. Summer is the warmest season of the year. (warm)
5. Kate is the best pupil in our class. (good)
6. Ann is lazier than Kate. (lazy)
7. Ann is the laziest girl in the class. (lazy)
8. Bears are bigger than wolves. (big)
9. Bears are the biggest animals in this forest. (big)
10. Ann is the happiest girl in her class. (happy)
Make questions. Give short answers.
1. — Is the fist cake tasty?
— Yes, it is. (The first cake is tasty.)
2. — Was the fourth lesson difficult?
— Yes, it was. (The fourth lesson was difficult.)
3. — Was there a wolf under the tree?
— Yes, thre was. (There was a wolf under the tree.)
4. Can her second teacher sing well?
— Yes, she can. (Her second teacher can sing well.)
5. — Are they happy to be at school again?
— Yes, they are. (They are happy to be at school again.)
6. — Will he answer our questions?
— Yes, he will. (He will answer our questions.)
7. _ Shall we take pictures?
— Yes, we take. (We shall take pictures.)
8. — Would he like to take care of the dog?
— Yes, he would. (He would like to take care of the dog.)
9. Were the boys in the forest?
— Yes, they were. (The boys were in the forest.)
10. — Must she come to the second party?
— Yes, she must. (She must come to the second party.)
Make questions. Give short answers.
1. — Do they spend much time outdoors?
— Yes, they do. (They spend a lot of time outdoors.)
2. — Does he spend much time at the stadium?
-Yes, he does. (He spends a lot of time at the stadium.)
3. Do they go abroad in summer?
— Yes, they do. (They go abroad in summer.)
4. — Does she go shopping on Sunday?
Yes, she does. (She goes shopping on Sunday.)
5. — Does she miss her parents?
— Yes, she does. (She misses her parents.)
6. — Do they miss many lessons?
— Yes, they do. (They miss a lot of lessons.)
7. — Does she study English?
— Yes, she does. (She studies English.)
8. — Does he use the computer?
— Yes, he does. (He uses the computer.)
9. — Do they translate poems?
— Yes, they do. (They translate poems.)
10. — Does Denis send many postcards?
— Yes, he does. (Denis sends a lot of postcards.)
Translate into English. Write the past tense forms of the verbs.
покупать — buy — bought
тратить — spend — spent
посылать — send — sent
читать — read — read
переводить — translate — translated
пропускать — miss — missed
брать — take — took
давать — give — gave
играть — play — played
стараться — try — tried
изучать — learn — learnt
Make questions. Give short answers.
1. — Did they spend the weekend in Suzdal?
— Yes, they did. (They spent the weekend in Suzdal.)
2. — Did he send many letters?
— Yes, he did. (He sent a lot of letters.)
3. — Did they take two dictionaries?
— Yes, they did. (They took two dictionaries.)
4. — Did she read English magazines?
— Yes, she did. (She read English magazines.)
5. — Did he miss the football match?
— Yes, he did. He missed the football match.
6. — Did he go abroad?
— Yes, he did. (He went abroad.)
7. — Did they know the third song?
— Yes, they did! (They knew the third song.)
8. — Did she see the first car?
— Yes, did. (She saw the first car.)
9. — Did he make many friends there?
— Yes, he did. (He made a lot of friends there.)
10. — Did they try to open the box?
— Yes, they did. (They tried to open the box.)
Ask a question about the information underlined in each of the following sentences.
1. — Where is she? — She is abroad.
2. — Where does she go? — She goes abroad.
3. — Where did she go? — She went abroad.
4. — Where will she go? — She will go abroad.
5. — Where can she go? — She can go abroad.
6. — Where must she go? — She must go abroad.
7. — When will they go abroad? — They will go abroad next August.
8. — What will he wear? — He will wear a new uniform.
9. — Why does he learn the words? — He learns the words because he wants to get a good mark.
10. — How many languages did she study? — She studied three foreign languages.
Ask a question about the information underlined in each of the following sentences using “How long”.
1. — How long does the lesson last? — Forty minutes. (The lesson lasts forty minutes.)
2. — How long did the lesson last? — Forty minutes. (The lesson lasted forty minutes.)
3. — How long does the break last? — Two hours. (The film lasts two hours.)
4. — How long does the film last? — Two hours. (The film lasts two hours.)
5. — How long did the holidays last? — Three months. (The holidays lasted three months.)
6. — How long did the match last? — Two hours. (The match lasted two hours.)
7. — How long does the schopol year last? — Nine months. (The school year lasts nine months.)
8. — How long will the party last? — Three hours. (The party will last three hours.)
9. — How long does the term last? — Nine weeks. (The term lasts nine weeks.)
10. How long will the break last? — Twenty minutes. (The break will last twenty minutes.)
19. Make alternative questions.
Do you speak English or Russian (a,i,u,n,s,r,s)?
1. Is it hot or warm (a,r,m,w) now?
2. Do you usually get bad or good (o,d,o,g) marks?
3. Do you live in Africa or in America (a,a,e,i,c,m,r)?
4. Did you wear the yellow or the red (e,r,d) hat yesterday?
5. Do you usually wear shoes or boots (o,o,s,t,b) in winter?
6. Does Ann usually wear T-shirts or blouses (e,o,u,b,l,s,s)?
7. Did they have six or seven (e,e,v,n,s) lessons last Monday?
8. Will they have six or five (e,i,v,f) lessons next Monday?
9. Did they go to the country or abroad (a,a,o,b,r,d) last summer?
10. Was the weather good or bad (a,b,d) yesterday?
Make questions with “Who”.
1. Who was in London.
He was. (He was in London.)
2. Who is abroad?
She is. (She is abroad.)
3. Who can come?
Ted can. (Ted can come.)
4. Who could read?
Ann could. (Ann could read.)
5. Who has got a computer?
David has. (David has got a computer.)
6. Who likes to take pictures?
My friend does. (My friend likes to take pictures.)
7. Who works in a hospital?
His grandfather does. (His grandfather works in a hospital.)
8. Who went to Scotland?
He did. (He went to Scotland.)
9. Who gave him the exercise book?
She did. (She gave him the exercise book.)
10. Who sent many postcards?
They did.(They sent a lot of postcards.)
Answer the questions.
1. Who is in the fifth form? — He is.
2. Who is in the sixth form? — They are.
3. Who was in the seventh form? — He was.
4. Who was in the first form? — They were.
5. Who has got a new toy? — He has.
6. Who has got a new game? — They have.
7. Who wears a uniform? — He does.
8. Who wears gloves? — They do.
9. Who studies French? — He does.
10. Who studies German? — They do.
Make negative sentences.
1. He was in the fifth form last year. He wasn’t in the fifth form last year.
2. They were busy last Friday. They weren’t busy last Friday.
3. You can take the dictionary. You can’t take the dictionary.
4. They could spend their holidays in the country. They couldn’t spend their holidays in the country.
5. She will enjoy the party. She won’t enjoy the party.
6. It is hot today. It isn’t hot today.
7. I wear a school uniform. I don’t wear a school uniform.
8. The lesson lasts fifty minutes. The lesson doesn’t last fifty minutes.
9. She studies two foreign languages. She didn’t study two foreign languages.
10. They spent a lot of time there. They didn’t spend a lot of time there.
Fill in “say” or “tell”.
1. She wants to tell something.
2. She wants to tell you about it.
3. Let me tell you something interesting.
4. You must say everything you know.
5. They didn’t say anything.
6. They didn’t tell her anything.
7. You never tell me anything.
8. What did you say?
9. What did you tell him?
10. He didn’t say a word.
Fill in “say”, “speak” or “tell”.
1. Why did he say this?
2. He did not tell me about it.
3. Do you speak English?
4. My aunt can speak two foreign languages.
5. Don’t tell anybody about it.
6. Don’t speak to him about it!
7. Don’t speak at the lesson!
8. She doesn’t like to speak about her trip.
9. She doesn’t want to tell anything about her trip.
10. Did she tell you anything about her trip?
Fill in “There is” or “There are”.
1. There is an apple on the table.
2. There is some milk in the glass.
3. There are some bananas in the bag.
4. There are some chairs in the room.
5. There is some tea in the cup.
6. There is a book on the desk.
7. There is some honey in the cupboard.
8. There are some cups on the table.
9. There are some carrots in the box.
10. There is some bread on the table.
Make questions. Give short answers.
1. Is there some ice cream in the bag? Yes, there is. (There is some ice cream in the bag.)
2. Is there some honey on the table? Yes, there is. (There is some honey on the table.)
3. Are there some sandwiches in the box? Yes, there are. (There are some sandwiches in the box.)
4. Are there some cakes in the basket? Yes, there are. (There are some cakes in the basket.)
5. Is there some milk in the glass? Yes, there is. (There is some milk in the glass.)
6. Is there some water in the bottle? Yes, there is. (There is some water in the bottle.)
7. Have they got some tomatoes? Yes, they have. (They have got some tomatoes.)
8. Has she got some fruit? Yes, she has. (She has got some fruit.)
9. Did he buy some cheese? Yes, he did. (He bought some cheese.)
10. Does he make some sandwiches? Yes, he does. (He makes some sandwiches.)
Complete the sentences with the Past Simple of the verbs.
be learn miss read say speak spend take tell visit
1. We learnt new words.
2. He spoke at the meeting yesterday.
3. She told me about her trip.
4. She said that she was happy to see us.
5. They missed two lessons.
6. We were nervous.
7. She spent the money.
8. He read the text.
9. The boy visited his grandmother.
10. They took pictures.
Rewrite the sentences. Use the Past Simple or the Future Simple.
It is cloudy today. It will be cloudy tomorrow. It was cloudy yesterday.
1. He is busy this week. He will be busy next week. He was busy last week.
2. She is a student this year. She was a student last year. She will be a student next year.
3. I am late today. I was late yesterday. I will be late tomorrow.
4. It is hungry today. It will be hungry tomorrow. It was hungry yesterday.
5. It is cold this month. It will be cold next month. It was cold last month.
Which is right? Complete the sentences.
1. Is there (Is there / Are there) much (many / much) jam on the table?
2. Are there (Is there / Are there) many (many / much) potatoes in the basket?
3. We have got some (some / any) apples.
4. We haven’t got much (much / many) apple juice.
5. “Tell (Tell / Say / Speak) me about your school,” he said. (told / said / spoke).
6. She says (says / tells / speaks) that they can speak (say / tell / speak) three foreign languages.
7. She speaks (says / tells / speaks) English in class.
8. Where did he spend (spend / spends / spent) the weekend?
9. This is Bob (Bob / Bob’s) and Peter’s (Peter / Peter’s) room. Is it the biggest (big / bigger / the biggest) room in the house?
10. He took (take / takes / will take) dog when we were away.
Correct each sentence. Do not change the underlined words.
1. I usually wear high boots in winter.
2. Does she like to wear sandals?
3. She doesn’t work in a hospital, she is a teacher.
4. This is my uncle. His names’s David.
5. These are two photos of my family.
6. Is there much milk in the cup?
7. We haven’t got much bread.
8. Are there some cheese on the table?
9. We have got some apple juice.
10. That is the biggest crocodile in the zoo.
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