Барашкова по Биболетовой, 6. Часть 1. Unit 2

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Complete the following sentences with “a, the” or no article.
1. Let’s arrange a party at the weekend.
2. It’s a lovely day, isn’t it?
3. He is in the fifth form, isn’t he?
4. The Serovs visited London in March.
5. Linda is going to visit Finland next month.
6. Would you like to stay with the Browns? They are going to have a picnic.
7. Have a good time!
8. I think we’ll have a good time.
9. Mary is a good cook.
10. Tom’s aunts are good cooks.
Complete the following sentences with “a, the” or no article.
1. The Belovs saw many different animals at the zoo.
2. Tom saw a letter on his chair. He read the letter.
3. What’s the news?
4. The first boy can run well.
5. I have got two pets: a parrot and a kitten. The parrot is clever. The kitten is silly.
6. Steve’s brothers are not pupils.
7. There is a lake in the forest. The lake is beautiful.
8. Different animals live in the forest.
9. Different trees grow in the Blacks’ garden.
10. Bob is the best pupil in his class.
Complete the following sentences with a / an or no article.
1. What a clever dog he has got!
2. What a nice doll she has got!
3. What big balls you’ve got!
4. What a long tail it has got!
5. What a nice jacket it is!
6. It was a little bird.
7. It was little.
8. He was old.
9. He was an old man.
10. She was very beautiful.
Fill in ‘s or s’ where necessary.
1. This is David’s dog.
2. This is David and Frank’s dog.
3. My cousin’s birthday is in May. I’ll give him a dog as a present.
4. She has got two brothers. Her brothers’ room is nice.
5. She has got a brother and a sister. Her brother’s teacher is from London.
6. What is your sister’s name?
7. The Browns’ pet is very nice.
8. These are my friends. The boys’ grandmother works in a hospital.
9. I have got an aunt and an uncle. My aunt’s friend works in London.
10. I like Kate and Bob’s grandmother.
Write the plural.
1. Look at its foot! Look at its feet.
2. This is a nice photo. These are nice photos.
3. That family is large. Those families are large.
4. There is a potato there. There are potatoes there.
5. This puppy likes to run. These puppies like to run.
6. My friend visited that country last vear. My friends visited those countries last year.
7. The key is in the bag. The keys are in the bag.
8. I often use this dictionary. I often use these dictionaries.
9. There is a man in the car. There are men in the car
10. There is a nice fish in the aquarium. There are nice fish in the aquarium.
Make questions using where, when (2), why, what colour, what (2), how old, how many, how long.
1. When were they in Scotland? — Last March. (They were in Scotland last March.)
2. Where was he last week? — In Omsk. (He was in Omsk last week.)
3. Why did she put on her coat? — Because it was cold. (She put on her coat because it was cold.)
4. What colour was the box? — White. (The box was white.)
5. How old was his brother? — Five. (His brother was five in 2000.)
6. When did they go abroad? — Two months ago. (They went abroad two months ago.)
7. What did they open? — The door. (They opened the door.)
8. How many countries did they visit? — Five. (They visited five countries.)
9. What did he take? — The book. (He took the book.)
10. How long did the party last? — Three hours. (The party lasted three hours.)
Write negative sentences.
1. He will do exercises in the evening. He won’t do exercises in the evening.
2. She will be twelve next month. She won’t be twelve next month.
3. We shall arrange a picnic at the weekend. We shan’t arrange a picnic at the weekend.
4. We were in Finland three weeks ago. We weren’t in Finland three weeks ago.
5. Tom stays at the hotel. Tom doesn’t stay at the hotel.
6. Mr Smith was responsible for the party. Mr Smith wasn’t responsible for the party.
7. Tom can invite them to the party. Tom can’t invite them to the party.
8. Mrs Adams speaks German. Mrs Adams doesn’t speak German.
9. Tom spent the weekend in Vladimir. Tom didn’t spend the weekend in Vladimir.
10. The Blacks want to visit Moscow. The Blacks don’t want to visit Moscow.
Make questions with “Who”.
1. — Who will arrange the trip?
— They will. (They will arrange the trip.)
2. — Who shall go there on Thursday?
— We shall. (We shall go there on Thursday.)
3. — Who has got a hamster?
— He has. (He has got a hamster.)
4. — Who has got a new house?
— They have. (They have got a new house.)
5. — Who was in London last year?
— She was. (She was in London last year.)
6. — Who was in Moscow in 2004?
— They were. (They were in Moscow in 2004.)
7. — Who stays at the hotel?
— Tom does. (Tom stays at the hotel.)
8. — Who speak German?
— They do. (They speak German.)
9. — Who is responsible for the flowers?
— Ann is. (Ann is responsible for the flowers.)
10. — Who is responsible for the food?
— They are. (They are responsible for the food.)
Fill in “said” or “told”.
1. She said everything.
2. She told them everything.
3. Who told you this?
4. Who said it’s cold today?
5. He said that the trip was interesting.
6. And then he said something funny.
7. The teacher told us to come early.
8. The teacher said that the text was difficult.
9. The teacher said to us that the text was difficult.
10. “He’ll come at 7 o’clock,” she said quickly
Write a tag for each sentence.
They are busy, aren’t they? They aren’t busy, are they?
1. They are late, aren’t they?
2. You are OK, aren’t you?
3. You are Mr Smith’s pupil, aren’t you?
4. They are responsible for the trip, aren’t they?
5. We are responsible for the flowers,aren’t we?
6. They aren’t Mrs Brown’s children, are they?
7. You aren’t ill, are you?
8. You are not the cleverest pupil in the world, are you?
9. They are not bad, are they?
10. We are not little, are we?
Write a tag for each sentence.
He is at school, isn’t he? He isn’t at school, is he?
1. He is at home, isn’t he?
2. She is ill, isn’t she?
3. They are in the fifth form, aren’t they?
4. You are a pupil, aren’t you?
5. He is ten, isn’t he?
6. He isn’t hungry, is he?
7. She isn’t a pupil, isn’t she?
8. They aren’t difficult, аre they?
9. You are not cold, are you?
10. He is not tired, is he?
Write a tag for each sentence.
1. Tom is shorter than Jack, isn’t he?
2. Helen is cleverer than her friend, isn’t she?
3. Mr Black is younger than Mr Smith, isn’t he?
4. Helen’s bike is older than Kate’s bike, isn’t it?
5. The apple is tastier than the pear, isn’t it?
6. Mary isn’t at school, isn’t she?
7. Tom isn’t here today, is he?
8. Kate’s son isn’t a pupil, is he?
9. It isn’t cold today, is it?
10. Maths is difficult, isn’t it?
Write a tag for each sentence.
He was at school, wasn’t he? He wasn’t at school, was he?
They were at school, weren’t they? They weren’t at school, were they?
1. He was in London last autumn, wasn’t he?
2. She was at the zoo last Saturday, wasn’t he?
3. They were busy, weren’t they?
4. The boys were at the stadium, weren’t they?
5. Bill was at home, wasn’t he?
6. They weren’t happy there, were they?
7. Robert’s grandparents weren’t in Great Britain last year, were they?
8. Frank wasn’t in the country, was he?
9. It isn’t cold, is it?
10. It’s cold today, isn’t it?
Write a tag for each sentence.
It is a ball, isn’t it? There is a ball there, isn’t there?
1. It is cold, isn’t it?
2. It is a nice cat, isn’t it?
3. There is a cat in the box, isn’t there?
4. There is a book on the desk, isn’t there?
5. There is a blackboard there, isn’t there?
6. There is an exercise-book on the table, isn’t there?
7. It is your exercise-book, isn’t it?
8. The cake is on the table, isn’t there?
9. There is a cake on the table, isn’t there?
10. The ball is under the table, isn’t it?
Write a tag for each sentence.
They are teachers, aren’t they? There are teachers there, aren’t there?
1. They are pupils, aren’t they?
2. There are pupils in the classroom, aren’t there?
3. They are in the kitchen, aren’t they?
4. There are four chairs in the kitchen, aren’t there?
5. There are a lot of pens in the box, aren’t there?
6. There are three pictures on the wall, aren’t there?
7. The pictures are on the wall, aren’t they?
8. The children are at home, aren’t they?
9. There are a lot of children at the stadium, aren’t there?
10. The pupils are lazy, aren’t they?
Write a tag for each sentence.
He can skate, can’t he? He could skate, couldn’t he?
1. He can go, can’t he
2. She can swim, can’t she?
3. They can play tennis, can’t they?
4. The boys can speak English, can’t they?
5. You can come at 9 o’clock, can’t you?
6. They could dance well, couldn’t they?
7. She could count well, couldn’t she?
8. He could speak French, couldn’t he?
9. It is the most interesting book, isn’t it?
10. They are lucky, aren’t they?
Write a tag for each sentence.
1. We can have a party on Sunday, can’t we?
2. We can’t go there, can we?
3. The boys could play the game, couldn’t they?
4. The children couldn’t write, couldn they?
5. They aren’t in the park, are they?
6. There aren’t any shops in this street, are there?
7. They can’t see him, can they?
8. The water was hot, wasn’t it?
9. There was hot water there, wasn’t there?
10. The weather wasn’t cold, was it?
Write a tag for each sentence.
He has got a cat, hasn’t he? He hasn’t got a cat, has he?
They have got a cat, haven’t they? They haven’t got a cat, have they?
1. He has got a pet, hasn’t he?
2. She has got a doll, hasn’t she?
3. It has got a long tail, hasn’t it?
4. You have got a bike, haven’t you?
5. They have got a computer, haven’t they?
6. We have got some bread, haven’t we?
7. You haven’t got a dog, have you?
8. He hasn’t got a parrot, has he?
9. The children haven’t got many toys, have they?
10. Kate hasn’t got a basket, has she?
Write a tag for each sentence.
1. Bill has got two pets, hasn’t he?
2. Jane has got a collection of stamps, hasn’t she?
3. Alice hasn’t got a toy train, has she?
4. You have got a new game, haven’t you?
5. Your grandparents have got a nice garden, haven’t them?
6. Your sister has got a guinea pig, hasn’t she?
7. Your sisters haven’t got any pets, have they?
8. The Smiths have got a new house, haven’t they?
9. The Browns have got a car, haven’t they?
10. The Blacks haven’t got a dog, have they?
Write what they are going to do.
He is going to got (e,g,t) up at 6 o’clock.
1. He is going to visit (i,i,v,t,s) London.
2. She is going to stay (a,y,s,t) at that hotel.
3. They are going to meet (e,e,t,m) the group.
4. I am going to drive (e,i,v,d,r) a car.
5. We are going to take (a,e,k,t) an exam.
6. I am going to arrange (g,a,e,r,r,g,n) everything.
7. My friend is going to help (e,h,l,p) me.
8. My friends are going to spend the weekend in the country.
9. The boys are going to make (a,e,m,k) a fire.
10. The student is going to study (u,y,s,d,t) German.
Write what they are going to do.
buy put on cook have invite read spend walk wash play work
He is going to wash up.
1. Granny is going to cook fish.
2. She is going to invite her aunt.
3. We are going to have a party.
4. I am going to read “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”.
5. The boys are going to spend a lot of time there.
6. My uncle is going to work tomorrow.
7. I am going to put on my raincoat.
8. My friend and I are going to play football.
9. He is going to buy a new bag.
10. We are going to walk in the park.
Write sentences as in the example.
(play / do)
— Are you going to play chess?
— I am not going to play chess.
— I am going to do my homework.
1. (play / read)
— Is he going to play tennis?
— She is n0t going to play tennis. She is going to read a book.
2. (buy / take)
— Are you going to buy the book?
— I am not going to buy the book. I am going to take it from the library.
3. (walk / take)
— Are they going to walk?
— They are not going to walk. They are going to take a bus.
4. (work / have)
— Is he going to work?
— He is not going to work. He is going to have lunch.
5. (cook / make)
— Is she going to cook fish?
— She is not going to cook fish. She is going to make sandwiches.
Ask questions using How many / How much.
— He ate a lot of apples.
— How many apples did he eat?
— They drink a lot of milk.
— How much milk do they drink?
1. — Не could take a lot of jam.
— How much jam could he take?
2. — Winnie had a lot of honey.
— How much honey did Winnie have?
3. — They have got a lot of carrots.
— How many carrots have they got?
4. — She brought a lot of cheese.
— How much cheese did she bring?
5. — He can give us a lot of boxes.
— How many boxes can he give us?
6. — She asks them a lot of questions.
— How many questions does she ask them?
7. — We have got a lot of juice.
— How much juice have we got?
8. — They will buy a lot of dictionaries.
— How many dictionaries will they buy?
9. — She must write a lot of exercises.
— How many exercises must she write?
10. — He eats a lot of meat.
— How much meat does he eat?
Ask a question about the information underlined in each of the following sentences.
1. — How many countries is Bob going to visit?
— Three. (Bob is going to visit three countries.)
2. — What is Mary going to write?
— An invitation letter. (Mary is going to write an invitation letter.)
3. — Where are they going to stay?
— At a hotel. (They are going to stay at a hotel.)
4. — What is Betty going to bring?
— Her toys. (Betty is going to bring her toys.)
5. — What is Mr Grey going to buy?
— A computer. (Mr Grey is going to buy a computer.)
6. — When is Mr Grey going to buy a computer?
— Next week. (Mr Grey is going to buy a computer next week.)
7. — What did Mr Grey buy?
— A computer. (Mr Grey bought a computer.)
8. — What does Mr Grey want to buy?
— A computer. (Mr Grey wants to buy a computer.)
9. — What Mr grey can buy?
— A computer. (Mr Grey can buy a computer.)
10. What Mr Grey will buy?
— A computer. (Mr Grey will buy a computer.)
Ask a question about the information underlined in each of the following sentences.
1. — When are you going to visit them?
— Tomorrow. (I’m going to visit them tomorrow.)
2. — What are you going to read?
— “The Secret Garden”. (I’m going to read “The Secret Garden”.
3. — Who are you going to stay with?
— With my friends. (I am going to stay with my friends.)
4. — How many foreign languages are you going to study?
— Two. (I am going to study two foreign languages.)
5. — What blouse are you going to wear?
— The red blouse. (I am going to wear the red blouse.)
6. — When did you meet her?
— Yesterday. (I met her yesterday.)
7. — When will you meet her?
— Tomorrow. (I’ll meet her tomorrow.)
8. — How many cassettes can you give him?
— Five. (I can give him five cassettes.)
9. — When were you there?
— Last week. (I was there last week.)
10. — Where were you last week?
— In Yaroslavl. (I was in Yaroslavl last week.)
Write sentences as in the examples.
David is older than Mike.(old)
David is the oldest boy in the class. (old)
1. Autumn is the most beautiful season of the year. (beautiful)
2. Autumn is colder than summer. (cold)
3. Autumn is warmer than winter. (warm)
4. Summer is the best season of the year. (good)
5. Winter is the worst season of the year. (bad)
6. Which is more interesting: the book or the film? (interesting)
7. My dog is older than your dog. (old)
8. These dresses are more beautiful than those dresses. (beautiful)
9. This parrot is the most beautiful bird in the pet shop. (beautiful)
10. This is the oldest house in the city. (old)
Which is right? Complete the sentences.
1. The Stogovs (The Stogovs / Stogovs / The Stogovs’) are going to leave (to leave / leave / left) Moscow in (on / in) Friday.
2. The Stogovs’ (The Stogovs / Stogovs / The Stogovs’) dog is very clever (clever / cleverer / the cleverest).
3. Who (Why / When / Who) worked in the garden?
4. The Smirnovs’ (The Smirnovs / Smirnovs / The Smirnovs’) garden is more (more / most / the most) beautiful than (than / then) our garden.
5. That is the most beautiful (beautiful / more beautiful / the most beautiful) flower in the garden.
6. Jane is going to do (do / does / to do) her homework.
7. Who plays (does play / play / plays) the violin every day?
8. Who works in this office? — My mothers’ (mother / mother’s / mothers’) friends do. (work / works / do)
9. Once there lived an (a / an / the / -) old farmer. The (The / A / An) farmer had — (a / an / the / -) horses and — (a / an / the / -) cows.
10. Tom is — (a / an / the / -) little. — (A / The / -) Tom’ sister is a (a / an / the / -) pupil. She is in the (a / an / the / -) second form.
Correct each sentence.
1. Don’t day that you are busy today.
2. He often say I me that he is very busy.
3. It’s a lovely toy, isn’t it?
4. Mr Black is not old, is he?
5. She doesn’t like the color.
6. The boys don’t like this game.
7. The reason book in the back.
8. The are two box in the bag.
9. Tom was in London last year, wasn’t he?
10. They are at the zoo, aren’t they?
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