1. Complete the sentences with the correct form of do, be, or have. Example Has she found a new job yet? 1 What sort of music __________ you like? 2 __________ she work in the centre of London? 3 When __________ you born? 4 I __________ been waiting for hours. 5 English __________ spoken all over the world. 6 We were tired so we __________ go out last night. 7 I __________ going on holiday next month. 8 __________ he ever been to China? 9 I saw your brother this morning. Where __________ he going? 10 We want to buy a car but we __________ saved enough yet. (1 point for each correct answer) н(т(10 points) 321Circle the correct form of the verb in each sentence. Example I’m not liking/ I don’t like tennis very much. 1 We have/We’re having a house near the beach. 2 Do you know/Are you knowing what’s happening? 3 I used to love basketball but I think I’m preferring/ I prefer volleyball now. 4 I don’t enjoy/I’m not enjoying cooking very much. 5 They paid for the car so it is belonging/it belongs to them now. 6 He’s thinking/He thinks that school is boring. 7 Do you see/Are you seeing my problem? 8 She thinks/She’s thinking of going to university. 9 I’m feeling tired so I think I’m deserving/I deserve a holiday. 10 Those clothes are looking/look great on you! (1 point for each correct answer)011(10 points) 3.Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form of the Past Simple or the Past Continuous. Example While I was listening (listen) to the radio, the telephone rang (ring). 1 He __________ (break) his leg when he __________ (ski) in the Alps. 2 We __________ (see) an accident while we __________ (wait) for the bus. 3 While she __________ (prepare) lunch, she __________ (cut) herself. 4 Which countries _______ they _______ (visit) when they __________ (travel) round the world? 5 _______ you _______ (work) in the garden when I __________ (come) to the house? 6 They __________ (live) in Canada when they __________ (meet) each other. (4 points for each correct answer) 24((25 points) 4. Write the statements (a) in the negative, (b) as questions, and (c) in the past. Example We can take photos in the church. a We can’t take photos in the church. b Can we take photos in the church? c We could take photos in the church. 1 We have to leave early. a _______________________________________ . b _______________________________________ ? c _______________________________________ . 2 He has to work at weekends. a _______________________________________ . b _______________________________________ ? c _______________________________________ . 3 She can stay out after midnight. a _______________________________________ . b _______________________________________ ? c _______________________________________ . 4 They’re allowed to get up late on Saturdays. a _______________________________________ . b _______________________________________ ? c _______________________________________ . (3 points for each correct answer) (15 points) 5. Complete the sentences with the correct form of must or have to. Example We must have a party soon. 1 It’s my Dad’s birthday next week. I __________ buy him a present. 2 All my clothes are too small for me. I __________ lose some weight. 3 My doctor is worried about my weight. She says I __________ go on a diet. 4 _______ you _______ travel abroad in your job? 5 I’m sorry I couldn’t come to your party. I __________ work late. 6 We need to save some money. We __________ have any more expensive meals in restaurants. (2 points for each correct answer) (12 points) 6. Write the nouns. Example behave behaviour 1 admire __________ 4 offensive __________ 2 arrange __________ 5 feel __________ 3 high __________ (1 point for each correct answer) 5(8 points) 7. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form. Example They flew (fly) to Barcelona last week. A funny thing happened to me the other day. I (1) ________ (be) in a hurry to get to work and I found that my car wasn’t working. I (2) ________ (have to) rush out of the house to catch the bus. While I (3) ________ (walk) along the street, I (4) ________ (notice) a woman of about my age on the opposite side of the road. I looked at her again and I (5) ________ (realize) that we (6) ________ (meet) before. She arrived at the bus stop a couple of seconds after me. ‘She must be catching the bus, too,’ I thought. We (7) ________ just ________ (miss) the previous bus and we had fifteen minutes to wait before the next one. I looked at the woman behind me again and I was sure that I (8) ________ (know) her. ‘Excuse me, have we met before? I’m sure that I (9) ________ (recognize) you,’ I said. She looked a bit surprised, but she (10) ________ (tell) me that her name was Angela Barker. ‘You (11) ________ (study) history at Liverpool University’ I shouted, ‘from 1985 to 1988!’ ‘That’s right!’ she replied, ‘And you’re Claire …?’ ‘Lewis. Well, my name was Lewis but I (12) ________ (be) married now. What (13) ________ you ________ (do) nowadays?’ I asked. ‘Well, I (14) ________ (work) in the Central Museum in town and I (15) ________(live) in this area, in George Street, for about three years,’ she replied. ‘You’re joking! I live round the corner from there. I (16) ________ (not believe) it! We (17) ________ (be) neighbours for three years and we (18) ________ never ________ (see) each other!’ I said. ‘I know, it’s incredible!’ she (19) ________ (agree), ‘And I’m glad that you spoke to me because I wondered why you (20) ________ (look) at me all the time!’ (1 point for each correct answer) (20 points)

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1 What sort of music do you like? 2 Does she work in the centre of London? 3 When were you born? 4 I have been waiting for hours. 5 English is spoken all over the world. 6 We were tired so we didn't go out last night. 7 I am going on holiday next month. 8 Has he ever been to China? 9 I saw your brother this morning. Where was he going? 10 We want to buy a car but we haven't saved enough yet.

 

1 We have a house near the beach. 2 Do you know what’s happening? 3 I used to love basketball but I think  I prefer volleyball now. 4 I don’t enjoy cooking very much. 5 They paid for the car so it belongs to them now. 6 He thinks that school is boring. 7 Do you see my problem? 8 She thinks of going to university. 9 I’m feeling tired so I think I deserve a holiday. 10 Those clothes look great on you! 

 

1 He broke his leg when he was skiing in the Alps. 2 We saw an accident while we were waiting for the bus. 3 While she was preparing lunch, she cut herself. 4 Which countries were they visiting when they travelled round the world? 5 Were you working in the garden when I came to the house? 6 They were living in Canada when they met each other.

 

4. Write the statements (a) in the negative, (b) as questions, and (c) in the past. Example We can take photos in the church. a We can’t take photos in the church. b Can we take photos in the church? c We could take photos in the church. 1 We have to leave early. a We don't have to leave early . b Have we to leave early? c We would  have to leave early. 2 He has to work at weekends. a He doesn't have to work at weekends . b Has he to work at weekends ? c He would've to work at weekends . 3 She can stay out after midnight. a She can't stay out after midnight . b Can she stay our after midnight? c She could stay out after midnight . 4 They’re allowed to get up late on Saturdays. a They aren't allowed to get up late on Saturday. b Are they allowed to get up late on Saturdays ? c They could've been allowed to get up late on Saturdays .

 

1 It’s my Dad’s birthday next week. I have to buy him a present. 2 All my clothes are too small for me. I must lose some weight. 3 My doctor is worried about my weight. She says I have to go on a diet. 4 Have you to travel abroad in your job? 5 I’m sorry I couldn’t come to your party. I had to work late. 6 We need to save some money. We mustn't have any more expensive meals in restaurants.

 

 1 admire admiration 4 offensive offence 2 arrange arrangement 5 feel feeling 3 high highness

 

 A funny thing happened to me the other day. I was in a hurry to get to work and I found that my car wasn’t working. I had to rush out of the house to catch the bus. While I was walking along the street, I noticed a woman of about my age on the opposite side of the road. I looked at her again and I realized that we have met before. She arrived at the bus stop a couple of seconds after me. ‘She must be catching the bus, too,’ I thought. We had just missed the previous bus and we had fifteen minutes to wait before the next one. I looked at the woman behind me again and I was sure that I knew her. ‘Excuse me, have we met before? I’m sure that I recognize you,’ I said. She looked a bit surprised, but she told me that her name was Angela Barker. ‘You had been studying history at Liverpool University’ I shouted, ‘from 1985 to 1988!’ ‘That’s right!’ she replied, ‘And you’re Claire …?’ ‘Lewis. Well, my name was Lewis but I was married now. What do you do nowadays?’ I asked. ‘Well, I have been working in the Central Museum in town and I have been living in this area, in George Street, for about three years,’ she replied. ‘You’re joking! I live round the corner from there. I don't believe it! We have been neighbours for three years and we have never seen each other!’ I said. ‘I know, it’s incredible!’ she agreed, ‘And I’m glad that you spoke to me because I wondered why you were looking at me all the time!’