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LESSON SIXTEEN (16) SIXTEENTH (16TH) LESSON

Exercise 1

Examples

I talked to John last night. ... did you talk to? where/who/what

Who did you talk to?

Mary phoned John at ten fifteen. ... did Mary phone John? what/who/when

When did Mary phone John?

1) Jane phoned Carol at half past nine. ... phoned Carol? which/who/when

2) They bought a house in London. ... did they buy a house? who/where/what

3) I went to Bristol on Friday. ... did you go to Bristol? where/who/when

4) They visited their grandparents. ... did they visit? when/who/where

5) The Hunts were friends of Peter's. ... were the Hunts? what/who/when

6) We met the Hunts at the nightclub. ... did you meet them? who/what/where

Exercise 2

Examples

Sheila likes football. Simon likes football.

So does Simon.

Peter did not go to the match. Sheila did not go to the match.

Neither did Sheila.

1) Guy goes to work every day. Tim goes to work every day.

2) Simon is sixteen. I am sixteen.

3) Jane did not buy anything. Sarah did not buy anything.

4) Sarah can drive. Sheila can drive.

5) Jane is not tired. Simon is not tired.

6) Jane has made some biscuits. Carol has made some biscuits.

Exercise 3

Examples

My sister Clare is going to visit London.

My sister Clare visited London.

She is going on Monday.

She went on Monday.

1) She is arriving in the evening and she is staying with friends.

2) On Tuesday they are walking round London.

3) They are going to look at all the sights.

4) She is going to enjoy that.

5) I am going to London on Wednesday.

6) I am not staying with my sister.

7) I am arriving in the afternoon.

8) In the evening I am going to a nightclub with my friend.

9) We do not want to take Clare with us.

10) She is too young.

11) We are going to dance and talk all night.

12) On Thursday we are all going to a play.

13) We are going to a musical because we do not like straight plays.

14) We are going to enjoy it very much.

Exercise 4

Examples

Simon is eating a lot of bread. I think he is hungry.

Perhaps he is hungry.

Sheila has not eaten her potatoes. I think she is slimming.

Perhaps she is slimming.

1) Jane is going to bed. I think they are cold.

2) The Hunts are asking for another blanket. I think he is thirsty.

3) He is drinking another glass of water. I think she is tired.

4) She has opened the window. I think she is too hot.

5) We are driving very fast. I think they are nervous.

6) They are dancing very badly. I think we are late.

Exercise 5

Examples

A: ...............................?

B: I'm sorry, we haven't got a bigger size.

You haven't got a bigger size, have you?

A: ...............................?

B: Of course you're not too fussy.

I'm not too fussy, am I?

1) А: ...............................?

В: I'm afraid he can't come.

2) A: ...............................?

B: Of course it's not too expensive.

3) A: ...............................?

B: I'm afraid they haven't got any tickets.

4) A: ..............................?

B: Of course she can't drive the car.

5) A: ...............................?

B: Of course she wasn't late.

6) A: ...............................?

B: No, he doesn't like Ian.

7) A: ...............................?

B: I'm sorry, they weren't your traveller's cheques.

8) A: ...............................?

B: No, you haven't booked a table.

Exercise 6

Examples

Mary eats a lot of fish. John eats a lot of fish...

John eats a lot of fish, too.

Sue has not got any boy-friends. Judy has not got any boy-friends...

Judy has not got any boy-friends, either.

1) The Hunts come from Scotland.

The Thompsons come from Scotland...

2) Guy does not like musicals.

Mike Blake does not like them,...

3) Simon does not go to nightclubs.

He does not often go to the theatre...

4) We went to look at the theatres.

We went to look at the clubs...

5) They are spending a lot of money.

They are buying a lot of terrible things...

6) They did not like prawns.

They did not like lobster...

7) He is going to visit his sister.

He is going to visit his parents...

8) We cannot stand the Smiths.

They cannot stand us...

Exercise 7

Examples

There is Judy. She works in the newsagent's.

There is Ruth. She works in an office. Which girl is Judy?

She is the girl who works in the newsagent's.

There is my car. It is outside the garage.

There is Bob's car. It is outside the theatre. Which car is Bob's car?

It is the car that is outside the theatre.

1) There is John's house. It has a lot of windows.

There is Pat's house. It has four floors. Which house is John's house?

2) There is Tom. He is always hungry. There is Bob.

He does not talk much. Which man is Bob?

3) There is our hotel. It looks expensive.

There is the Hunts' hotel. It has seventy-five bedrooms. Which hotel is your hotel?

4) There is Guy's coat. It is on the chair.

There is Mike's coat. It seems old. Which coat is Guy's coat?

5) There is Sue. She is coming out of the shop.

There is Judy. She is going into the shop. Which girl is Judy?

6) There is Mum. She is talking to the waiter.

There is Aunt Ann. She is drinking a glass of water. Which woman is Aunt Ann?

7) There is Frederick Veal. He was the doctor in a musical.

There is Harry. He was the waiter in another play. Which actor is Frederick Veal?

8) There are Simon's football boots. They are on the table.

There are Peter's football boots. They are on the chair. Which football boots are Peter's foot

ball boots?

LESSON SEVENTEEN (17)

SEVENTEENTH (17th) LESSON

Exercise 1

Examples

When are you going to visit Mr. Blake?

When did you visit Mr. Blake?

I'm going on Wednesday.

I went on Wednesday.

1) When are you going to visit Mr. Blake?

2) I'm going on Wednesday.

3) I'm not going on Tuesday.

4) My mother wants me to go to the shops with her.

5) When is she leaving London?

6) She's leaving on Friday.

7) She wants to stay until Sunday but she can't.

8) Is your father going, too?

9) Yes, he's going with her.

10) They're leaving at eight and they're arriving in Geneva the next day.

Exercise 2

Examples

A nice day; isn't it?

It's a nice day, isn't it?

Drive fast; does he?

He doesn't drive fast, does he?

1) A nice day; isn't it?

2) Drive fast; does he?

3) Meeting a business friend; isn't he?

4) Learning English; aren't they?

5) Speak French; can he?

6) Need another fork; don't we?

7) At the zoo yesterday; weren't they?

8) Like salt and pepper; wouldn't you?

9) Like Harry; do you?

10) Very warm last night; was it?

Exercise 3

Examples

I was at school with Jim.

I have not seen Jim since I was at school with him.

George talked to Jim on Wednesday.

George has not seen Jim since he talked to him on Wednesday.

1) I was at school with Jim.

2) George talked to Jim on Wednesday.

3) Judy visited Jim in Scotland.

4) The Hunts had to meet Jim at the airport.

5) Sheila persuaded Jim to go to a nightclub.

6) Simon played football with Jim.

7) Pat asked Jim to buy her some new clothes.

8) Joe studied French with Jim.

9) I left Jim at the hotel.

10) We forgot to invite Jim to the party.

Exercise 4

Examples

I hope to leave school.

I hope I can leave school.

They hoped to go to university.

They hoped they could go to university.

1) I hope to leave school.

2) They hoped to go to university.

3) She hopes to go to Regent's Park.

4) He hopes to work in Geneva one day.

5) We hope to go back to London.

6) We hoped to leave Coventry in the morning.

7) You hoped to study at night school.

8) He hoped to become a lawyer.

9) I hope to become an engineer.

10) She honed to set enough money to study for five years.

Exercise 5

Examples

It is wet.

It is a good day for... stay in bed

It is a good day for staying in bed.

The park is quiet.

It is a good place for... sit and talk

It is a good place for sitting and talking.

1) It is wet. sit and talk

It is a good day for... swim

spend money

shop

2) The park is quiet. sightsee

It is a good place for... buy petrol

stay in bed

meet people

3) It is hot. sit in

It is a lovely day for... dance

4) That restaurant is expensive.

It is a good place for...

5) This nightclub is very small.

It is not a good place for...

6) That shop is cheap.

It is a good place for...

7) This chair is very comfortable.

It is a good chair for ...

8) It is a clear day.

It is a perfect day for...

9) This station is near the shops.

It is a good place for ...

10) That garage sells cheap petrol.

It is a good place for...

Exercise 6

Examples

Tim: Would you like to come to the cinema, Sheila? Want

Tim wanted Sheila to come to the cinema.

Mr. Hunt: Meet a friend for lunch, Sarah. Persuade

Mr. Hunt persuaded Sarah to meet a friend for lunch.

1) Tim: Would you like to come to the cinema, Sheila? Want

2) Mr. Hunt: Meet a friend for lunch, Sarah. Persuade

3) Mrs. Hunt: Turn off the radio, Simon. Ask

4) Pat: Would you mind opening the window, Judy? Ask

5) Ruth: Come to dinner next week, Mrs. Blake. Invite

6) Jane: Buy a dress, Mrs. Slade. Persuade

7) Harry: Bring another blanket, please, Miss Chilver. Want

8) Mike: Come to Geneva, Ann. Persuade

9) George: Pass the salt and pepper, please, Bob. Ask

10) Mr. and Mrs. Hunt: Visit the family in Scotland, Tim. Invite

LESSON EIGHTEEN (18)

EIGHTEENTH (18TH) LESSON

Exercise 1

Examples

John will be on time.

Will John be on time?

I will have two weeks' holiday in the mountains.

Will I have two weeks' holiday in the mountains?

1) John will be on time.

2) I will have two weeks' holiday in the mountains.

3) Mr. and Mrs. Hunt will be angry.

4) It will be fun this evening.

5) Some of her friends will be there.

6) Mark will be here in a few minutes.

7) Mark will have another beer.

8) It will be your first year.

9) We will be home before two.

10) She will be tired in the morning.

Exercise 2

Examples

I went to the theatre on Thursday.

I will go to the theatre on Thursday.

Sue was with me.

Sue will be with me.

1) I went to the theatre on Thursday.

2) Sue was with me.

3) We did not go to a nightclub after the play.

4) All the nightclubs were too crowded.

5) We went to a restaurant for dinner.

6) I had steak but Sue did not.

7) Sue had lobster.

8) We were thirsty after the play.

9) So I got beers for us.

10) I went to Sue's hotel with her

11) It was very late and her parents were in bed.

12) They were not angry with us.

Exercise 3

Examples

What kind of day is it? Hot; swimming

It 's hot. It's a good day for swimming.

What kind of morning is it? Wet; staying in bed

It's wet. It's a good morning for staying in bed.

1) What kind of day is it? Hot; swimming

2) What kind of morning is it? Wet; staying in bed

3) What kind of bed is it? Comfortable; sleeping in

4) What kind of place is it? Quiet; sitting

5) What kind of afternoon is it? Perfect; walking

6) What kind of evening is it? Lovely; driving

7) What kind of town is it? Big; shopping

8) What kind of day is it? Clear; sightseeing

Exercise 4

Examples

It is cold and wet.

What kind of day is it?

He is small and friendly.

What kind of man is he?

1) It is cold and wet.

2) He is small and friendly.

3) It is new and Guy drives it very fast.

4) John buys it every day and he reads it.

5) It is interesting but the production is not very good.

6) It is comfortable and it is possible to sleep in it.

7) It is classical or pop and Simon is listening to it.

8) Some of them are men and some of them are women.

Exercise 5

Examples

I hope you don't want a cup of tea.

You don't want a cup of tea, do you?

I'm sure he doesn't need me now.

He doesn't need me now, does he?

1) I hope you don't want a cup of tea.

2) I'm sure he doesn't need me now.

3) I'm sure they weren't at the party.

4) I hope we're not going to the cinema this evening.

5) I'm sure she isn't playing the drums in that group.

6) I'm sure he wasn't in the best seats.

7) I hope Sarah didn't see you.

8) I'm sure he can't eat another steak.

9) I'm sure we aren't driving to Scotland this weekend.

10) I hope I'm not reading your newspaper

Exercise 6

Examples

I am going ... the theatre with George and his friend.

I am going to the theatre with George and his friend.

The theatre is very . . . Shaftesbury Avenue.

The theatre is very near Shaftesbury A venue.

1) I am going .. . the theatre with George and his friend.

2) The theatre is very . .. Shaftesbury Avenue.

3) It is... Piccadilly Circus.

4) We are going to a restaurant…the play, because the play doesn't finish...

eleven thirty.

5) I hope George will sit. .. to me.

6) Then,. .. the play, we're all going to go to a nightclub.

7) I hope George will be here ... a few minutes.

8) We will meet George's friend ... six o'clock.

LESSON NINETEEN (19)

NINETEENTH (19TH) LESSON

Exercise 1

Examples

If I... to the meeting, I... the sales manager. Go; see

If I go to the meeting, I’11 see the sales manager.

If he doesn't... the conference, he won't... his friends. Attend; meet

If he doesn't attend the conference, he won't meet his friends.

1) If I... to the meeting, I... the sales manager. Go; see

2) If he doesn't... the conference, he won't…his friends. Attend; meet

3) If we ... by train, we ... at six o'clock. Go; arrive

4) If they don't... now, they ... too late. Leave; be

5) If he ... Guy a job, Guy ... it. Offer; take

6) If production doesn't... we won't... more men. Expand; need

7) If he ... me to go, I... Tell; go

8) If you ... it, we ... it again. Enjoy; do

9) If he ... to go to the theatre, I... some tickets. Want; book

10) If she doesn't..., she won't to the airport by seven. Hurry; get

Exercise 2

Examples

Production expanded. We will live in Sussex.

We buy a house. Sales were higher.

When production expanded, sales were higher.

When we buy a house, we will live in Sussex.

1) Production expanded. She went to Geneva.

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