I. Put the verbs in the correct form.
I (to get) up, (to switch) on the radio and (to do) my morning exercises. It (to take) me fifteen minutes. My sister (to get) up at eight o'clock. For breakfast she (to eat) two eggs, a sandwich and a cup of tea. My father and I (to leave) home at eight o'clock. On Sunday we (to go) swimming. My brother (to play) the guitar in a band. I (to do) my homework in my room. They (to have) lunch at 10 o’clock. You always (to listen to) this song.
II. Change the verbs into the correct form. Make question forms.
I ( to wake up) at five in the morning? You (to go) to work by train? She (to drink) coffee every morning? Alexander (to exercise) regularly? You (to rest) enough? What time … you (to get up) in the morning? Where … your friend (to study)? Which TV programmes … you (to watch)? What … you (to do) on holidays? Where … your parents (to live)?
III. Change the sentences from positive into negative:
1. The sun rises in the west.The English Queen lives in Alaska. Manchester United footballers wear yellow shirts. Kangaroos come from Canada. In Britain people drive on the right. He drinks coffee for breakfast. They live in London. My friend speaks English. I like rock music.
10. We have classes on Sundays.