Барашкова по Биболетовой, 6. Часть 1. Unit 3

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Complete the following sentences with “a, the” or no article.
1. Mr Brown is a manager. His sons are managers too.
2. Tom’s grandmother is a nurse.
3. Alice wants to be a doctor.
4. Tom’s brother has a good sense of humour.
5. Nancy is naughty.
6. A good manager should be sociable.
7. Did you make friends with Ted last year?
8. Whose bag is that? — It’s Mr Green’s bag.
9. Whose cat is that? — It’s Greens’ cat.
10. Mrs White’s sons are engineers.
Complete the following sentences with “a / an, the” or no article.
1. Which is the most interesting story?
2. The first story is very funny.
3. The Nikitins want to visit different countries.
4. Has he got a pet? — Yes, he has. He has got a dog.
5. The Browns were in Berlin last week.
6. Last week I bought a crocodile. The crocodile was funny.
7. I have got an uncle. He is an economist.
8. I liked the second song.
9. Do you like the first poem?
10. Let’s read Exercise Ten.
Complete the following sentences with the or no article.
1. Meat is good for children.
2. Milk is good for babies.
3. Coffee is bad for old people.
4. Do you have porridge for breakfast or for lunch?
5. I usually eat meat without bread.
6. Pass me the salt, please.
7. Pass me the bread, please.
8. People cannot live without water.
9. I don’t to like to eat fish without salt.
10. Where did you buy the jam? I like it very much.
Write a tag for each sentence.
1. Tom isn’t late, is he?
2. Kate’s cake is tastier than Ann’s cake, isn’t it?
3. Your grandparents can’t come on Saturday, can they?
4. Her parents have got a beautiful house, haven’t they?
5. Your sister hasn’t got a dog, has she?
6. The policemen are responsible for everything, aren’t they?
7. The sportsman can speak German, can’t he?
8. The sportsmen can tell us everything, can’t they?
9. Those women are engineers, aren’t they?
10. That woman is from Germany, isn’t she?
Write a tag for each sentence.
You don’t like tomato juice, do you?
They don’t speak Russian, do they?
1. You don’t wash your cat, do you?
2. You don’t wear jeans, do you?
3. They don’t have parties, do they?
4. They don’t go to school, do they?
5. You don’t study Italian, do you?
6. We don’t pay for the programme, do we?
7. They don’t work hard, do they?
8. You don’t drive a car, do you?
9. They don’t like picnics, do they?
10. You don’t speak German, do you?
Write a tag for each sentence.
You like apples, don’t you?
They speak English, don’t they?
1. You wash your dog, don’t you?
2. You wear a school uniform, don’t you?
3. They often write dictations, don’t they?
4. They sometimes go to the park, don’t they?
5. You study Maths, don’t you?
6. We pay for the course, don’t we?
7. They work in the garden, don’t they?
8. You walk to school, don’t you?
9. They like reading, don’t they?
10. You speak English, don’t you?
Write a tag for each sentence.
1. Your parents don’t work in a hospital, do they?
2. His friends don’t study Italian, do they?
3. The teachers don’t work on Sunday, do they?
4. Your pets don’t like to eat fish, do they?
5. The boys don’t play the guitar, do they?
6. The girls travel a lot, don’t they?
7. The pupils do exercises every day, don’t they?
8. Mike and Kate go to the disco, don’t they?
9. Her grandparents work in the garden, don’t they?
10. Tom and Sam often visit their grandparents, don’t they?
Write a tag for each sentence.
1. You don’t go to bed at 8 o’clock, do you?
2. You don’t feed the elephants, do you?
3. Your grandparents live in the country, don’t they?
4. They don’t watch TV in the morning, do they?
5. The boys don’t like bananas, do they?
6. The children do morning exercises, don’t they?
7. The pupils learn a lot of interesting things, don’t they?
8. You go there every Friday, don’t you?
9. You don’t live in this house, do you?
10. Your friends go to school, don’t they?
Write a tag for each sentence.
She doesn’t go to school, does she?
It doesn’t like milk, does it?
1. She doesn’t like coffee, does she?
2. He doesn’t wear hats, does he?
3. She doesn’t invite her friends, does she?
4. It doesn’t sleep under the bed, does it?
5. It doesn’t eat meat, does it?
6. He doesn’t read detective stories, does he?
7. She doesn’t drive a car, does she?
8. It doesn’t like to play, does it?
9. He doesn’t play computer games, does he?
10. She doesn’t study French, does she?
Write a tag for each sentence.
He likes juice, doesn’t he?
It sleeps in the box, doesn’t it?
1. He goes to school, doesn’t he?
2. She speaks Russian, doesn’t she?
3. It likes bananas, doesn’t it?
4. He enjoys reading, doesn’t he?
5. It plays with its toys, doesn’t it?
6. She often goes there, doesn’t she?
7. He sometimes visits you, doesn’t he?
8. She always does exercises, doesn’t she?
9. He plays the guitar, doesn’t he?
10. It eats fruit, doesn’t it?
Write a tag for each sentence.
1. Alice doesn’t speak Russian, does she?
2. Bob doesn’t enjoy dancing, does he?
3. The tortoise doesn’t eat fish, does it?
4. Mike doesn’t play tennis, does he?
5. Kate doesn’t go to the stadium, does she?
6. The cat catches mice, doesn’t it?
7. Peter buys a lot of books, doesn’t he?
8. Your uncle works in a hospital, doesn’t he?
9. His aunt often visits Finland, doesn’t she?
10. Her son always stays at this hotel, doesn’t he?
Write a tag for each sentence.
1. You don’t know his name, do you?
2. You know her name, don’t you?
3. She doesn’t know your name, does she?
4. She knows his name, doesn’t she?
5. You don’t go to school in the afternoon, do you?
6. They go to the park on Sunday, don’t they?
7. Tom collects stamps, doesn’t he?
8. Jack doesn’t play basketball, does he?
9. Tom and Jack play football, don’t they?
10. Kate and Jane enjoy the holidays, don’t they?
Write a tag for each sentence.
1. This elephant likes bananas, doesn’t it?
2. Elephants like bananas, don’t they?
3. Mike doesn’t want to go to the circus, does he?
4. Mike isn’t at the circus, is he?
5. Mike wasn’t at the circus, was he?
6. Mike can go to the circus, can’t he?
7. Mike can’t go there, can he?
8. The boys like to play football, don’t they?
9. Many birds fly to Africa, don’t they?
10. Wolves don’t live in cities, do they?
Write a tag for each sentence.
1. Mr Black’s dog doesn’t eat fish, does it?
2. Tigers are cleverer than cats, aren’t they?
3. The monkey is funnier than the parrot, isn’t it?
4. There is a monkey in the cage, isn’t there?
5. The monkeys couldn’t take the toys, could they?
6. You like the monkeys, don’t you?
7. You can’t take a test today, can you?
8. They aren’t in the street, are they?
9. There aren’t any schools in this street, are there?
10. Her uncle lives in this street, doesn’t he?
Write the ing-forms for the following verbs
1. jump jumping
2. play playing
3. sing singing
4. look looking
5. watch watching
6. fly flying
7. eat eating
8. drink drinking
9. draw drawing
10. read reading
Complete each sentence with the Present Continuous the verb “eat”.
1. I am eating an apple.
2. You are eating my sandwich!
3. Ho is eating jam.
4. It is eating grass.
5. We are eating fruit.
6. The cats are eating fish.
7. Winnie-the-Pooh is eating honey.
8. I am eating a cheese sandwich.
9. Sam and Jack are eating pizza.
10. Jack is eating porridge.
Complete the sentences. Use the Present Continuous.
He is counting (count).
1. She is singing (sing).
2. They are reading (read).
3. It is drinking (drink).
4. I am playing (play).
5. You are drawing (draw).
6. He is working (work).
7. Denis is walking (walk).
8. Kate is cooking (cook).
9. Denis and Kate are talking (talk).
10. Kate’s pet is sleeping (sleep).
Write the ing-forms for the following verbs (V + ing).
1. smile smiling
2. make making
3. write writing
4. shake shaking
5. use using
6. run running
7. swim swimming
8. put putting
9. cut cutting
10. get getting
Complete each sentence with the Present Continuous of the verbs in brackets.
1. My pet is running now.
2. Jane’s brother is swimming now.
3. I am sitting on the sofa.
4. The children are getting up.
5. Bill’s sisters are coming.
6. My friends are skating now.
7. I am writing now.
8. Mary and Susan are translating a text now.
9. The teacher is asking the questions now.
10. I am doing my homework now.
Put the verbs in brackets into the Present Continuous as in the examples.
Positive (eat) He is eating.
Negative He is not eating.
1. (jump)
It is jumping. It is not jumping.
2. (have)
We are having. We are not having.
3. (take)
I am taking. I am not taking.
4. (swim)
She is swimming. She is not swimming.
5. (dance)
They are dancing. They are not dancing.
6. (run)
John is running. John is not running.
7. (speak)
Grandma is speaking. Grandma is not speaking.
8. (use)
Helen is using. Helen is not using.
9. (bring)
We are bringing. We are not bringing.
10. (do)
I am doing. I am not doing.
Write negative sentences.
1. The bird is little. The bird isn’t little.
2. The bird is drinking. The bird isn’t drinking.
3. We are in the park. We aren’t in the park.
4. We are playing in the park. We’re not playing in the park.
5. I am reading a book. I’m not reading a book.
6. They are in the classroom. They are not in the classroom.
7. They are sitting near the window. They aren’t near the window.
8. Ann is using the computer. Ann isn’t using the computer.
9. The writer is answering the questions. The writer isn’t answering the questions.
10. I am looking at your picture. I’m not looking at your picture.
Make questions. Give short answers.
— Are they working in the garden?
— Yes, they are.
— Is he watching a footbal match?
— Yes, he is.
— Is she drinking juice?
— Yes, she is.
— Is Marry writing a letter?
— Yes, she is.
— Are the pupils discussing the film?
— Yes, they are.
— Is the boy watering the flowers.
— Yes, he is.
— Is Granny cooking fish?
— Yes, she is.
— Is Mike washing his car?
— Yes, he is.
— Is Jane running in the park?
— Yes, she is.
— Is Kate drawing a doll?
— Yes, she is.
Make questions as in the example.
— Pete is doing his homework now.
— Why is he doing his homework now?
1. — The babies are crying.
— Why are the babies crying?
2. — Nancy is smiling.
— Why is Nancy smiling?
3. — The librarian is watching TV.
— Why is librarian watching TV?
4. — Kate is jumping.
— Why is Kate jumping?
5. — The pupils are cleaning the classroom.
— Why are the pupils cleaning the classroom?
6. — The people are laughing.
— Why are the people laughing?
7. — His classmates are playing.
— Why are his classmates playing?
8. — Linda is dancing.
— Why is Linda dancing?
9. — Grandpa is sleeping.
— Why is Grandpa sleeping?
10. — The farmer is feeding the cows.
— Why is the farmer feeding the cows?
Put the verbs in brackets into the Present Continuous and the Present Simple as in the examples.
Present Continuous: He is reading
Present Simple: He reads
1. (help)
She is helping. She helps.
2. (play)
He is playing. He plays.
3. (cry)
I am crying. I cry.
4. (sleep)
It is sleeping. It sleeps.
5. (swim)
It is swimming. It swims.
6. (work)
They are working. They work.
7. (run)
It is running. It runs.
8. (cut)
I am cutting. I cut.
9. (skate)
Ann is skating. Ann skates.
10. (write)
The boys are writing. The boys write.
Complete each sentence with the verb swim. Use the Present Continuous or the Present Simple.
He is swimming now.
He swims every day.
1. We swim every day.
2. I am swimming now.
3. Sue is swimming now.
4. Jerry swims every day.
5. Jack and Bill are swimming now.
6. Look at Mike! He is swimming.
7. I often swim in summer.
8. She always swims in the afternoon.
9. The children are swimming at the moment.
10. You can’t speak to him now. He is swimming.
Complete the sentences. Use the Present Continuous or the Present Simple.
1. I play (play) football after school.
2. I am playing (play) football now.
3. Jack draws (draw) nice cars every day.
4. He is drawing (draw) a nice car now.
5. The girls are looking (look) at the elephants now.
6. He often watches (watch) birds in autumn. Не is watching (watch) birds now.
7. Don’t show me the puzzle now. I am writing (write) an exercise.
8. She is watching (watch) television now.
9. She usually watches (watch) television in the evening.
10. I play (play) the piano every day.
Make questions. Give short answers. Present Simple or Present Continuous?
1. — Do you usually wear jeans?
— No, I don’t.
2. — Are you wearing jeans now?
— No, I’m not.
3. — Does he wear the shoes in winter?
— No, he doesn’t.
4. — Is he wearing a cap?
— No, he isn’t.
5. — Does your sister wear T-shirts?
— No, she doesn’t.
6. — Is he doing his homework?
— No, he isn’t.
7. — Are they watching TV?
— No, they aren’t.
8. — Do they watch TV in the morning?
— No, they don’t.
9. — Are you doing your homework?
— No, I’m not.
10. — Do you do your homework in the afternoon.
— No, I don’t.
Correct each sentence
1. They are wearing coats in winter.
2. She’s wearing a beautiful dress now.
3. She usually wears gloves in winter.
4. Are you wearing red shirt now?
5. What do you usually do on Sunday?
6. What are you doing now?
7. Why is he reading now?
8. The weather is bad today isn’t it?
9. They are in the box, aren’t they?
10. There are shoes in the box, aren’t there?
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