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grammar bank 1 A

Subject Pronouns + Verb to Be Affirmative

B

C

Negative

Interrogative

Short answers

I’m / am Argentinian.

I’m / am not from La Plata.

Am I Argentinian?

Yes, you are. No, you aren’t.

You’re / are late.

You’re not / aren’t late.

Are you late?

Yes, I am. No, I’m not.

He’s / is tired.

He’s not / isn’t tired.

Is he tired?

Yes, he is. No, he isn’t.

She’s / is happy.

She’s not / isn’t happy.

Is she happy?

Yes, she is. No, she isn’t.

It’s / is cold.

It’s not / isn’t cold.

Is it cold?

Yes, it is. No, it isn’t.

We’re / are teachers.

We’re not / aren’t teachers.

Are we teachers?

Yes, you are. No, you aren’t.

You’re / you are my friends.

You’re not / aren’t my friends.

Are you my friends?

Yes, we are. No, we aren’t.

They’re / are friends.

They’re not / aren’t friends.

Are they friends?

Yes, they are. No, they aren’t.

Demonstrative Pronouns Near the speaker

More distant from the speaker

Singular

this

that

Plural

these

those

Genitive Case That’s my brother’s bike. ➜ Singular noun + ’s Your friends’ idea is great. ➜ Plural noun + ’

D

Have got Affirmative I You We They He She It

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‘ve got / have got dark hair.

‘s got / has got dark hair.

Negative I You We They He She It

haven’t got / have not got dark hair. hasn’t got / has not got dark hair.

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Interrogative Have

Has

1

I you we they he she it

b

got dark hair?

Yes, he / she / it has. No, he / she / it hasn’t.

.

c

. Peter and Will brothers?

No, d

from Toronto.

your phone number 555-1243?

Yes,

. They’re friends. Louise in France?

Yes,

. She’s in Paris.

Write This is, That is, These are or Those are. a a a school. b

Science magazines.

c

a laptop.

d

my new CDs.

b

d

c

Make possessive forms by adding ’s or ’. Then use possessive adjectives to complete the sentences. a This is my mother b Look at my students c That is Mr. Potter

4

Yes, I / you / we / they have. No, I / you / we / they haven’t.

from Canada?

Yes, I

3

got dark hair?

Fill in the sentences. Use Subject Pronouns and the verb to be. a

2

Short answers

house. This is

house.

homework. Look at

homework.

favourite book. That is

favourite book.

Complete these sentences with has, hasn’t, have or haven’t. a

your sister got fair hair? Yes, she

b

you got long hair? No, I

c

you and your sister got brown eyes? No, we

. . .

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Look at the objects Lizzie is pointing to. Then write the sentences she says. Use this, that, these or those and the appropriate article (a or an). a

Those

c

b

are schoolbags.

5

80

is

eraser.

is

computer.

e

d

are cell phones.

is

English book.

Put the sentences in the correct order to make dialogues. a

Hi, I’m David Lee. What’s your name?

I’m a doctor too! Nice to meet you, Linda.

Nice to meet you too.

My name’s Linda Bayer. I’m a doctor.

b

Hi, Helen. Glad to meet you.

Hello, Sara. How are you?

Fine, thank you. This is my friend Helen, from New Zealand.

c

Hi, Mrs. Trevor. Where are you from?

I’m from Portugal. And you?

Good morning. I’m Mrs. Sylvia Trevor.

I’m from Poland.

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grammar bank 1 A

Subject Pronouns + Verb to Be Affirmative

B

C

Negative

Interrogative

Short answers

I’m / am Argentinian.

I’m / am not from La Plata.

Am I Argentinian?

Yes, you are. No, you aren’t.

You’re / are late.

You’re not / aren’t late.

Are you late?

Yes, I am. No, I’m not.

He’s / is tired.

He’s not / isn’t tired.

Is he tired?

Yes, he is. No, he isn’t.

She’s / is happy.

She’s not / isn’t happy.

Is she happy?

Yes, she is. No, she isn’t.

It’s / is cold.

It’s not / isn’t cold.

Is it cold?

Yes, it is. No, it isn’t.

We’re / are teachers.

We’re not / aren’t teachers.

Are we teachers?

Yes, you are. No, you aren’t.

You’re / you are my friends.

You’re not / aren’t my friends.

Are you my friends?

Yes, we are. No, we aren’t.

They’re / are friends.

They’re not / aren’t friends.

Are they friends?

Yes, they are. No, they aren’t.

Demonstrative Pronouns Near the speaker

More distant from the speaker

Singular

this

that

Plural

these

those

Genitive Case That’s my brother’s bike. ➜ Singular noun + ’s Your friends’ idea is great. ➜ Plural noun + ’

D

Have got Affirmative I You We They He She It

70

‘ve got / have got dark hair.

‘s got / has got dark hair.

Negative I You We They He She It

haven’t got / have not got dark hair. hasn’t got / has not got dark hair.

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Interrogative Have

Has

1

I you we they he she it

b

got dark hair?

Yes, he / she / it has. No, he / she / it hasn’t.

.

c

. Peter and Will brothers?

No, d

from Toronto.

your phone number 555-1243?

Yes,

. They’re friends. Louise in France?

Yes,

. She’s in Paris.

Write This is, That is, These are or Those are. a a a school. b

Science magazines.

c

a laptop.

d

my new CDs.

b

d

c

Make possessive forms by adding ’s or ’. Then use possessive adjectives to complete the sentences. a This is my mother b Look at my students c That is Mr. Potter

4

Yes, I / you / we / they have. No, I / you / we / they haven’t.

from Canada?

Yes, I

3

got dark hair?

Fill in the sentences. Use Subject Pronouns and the verb to be. a

2

Short answers

house. This is

house.

homework. Look at

homework.

favourite book. That is

favourite book.

Complete these sentences with has, hasn’t, have or haven’t. a

your sister got fair hair? Yes, she

b

you got long hair? No, I

c

you and your sister got brown eyes? No, we

. . .

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CONSOLIDATION 1 Grammar 1

2

Complete the questions. Use What, Where, How many or How old. Then match the questions to the answers. a

is his nationality?

There are 29.

b

is she?

They’re from Germany.

c

are your parents from?

He’s Italian.

d

students are there in your class?

Twenty-two.

Substitute the words in italics for possessives. Follow the model. a Kevin’s locker is a mess! His locker is a mess. b This is not my backpack! It’s Anna’s backpack. c The students’ books are in the library. d The girls’ favourite pastime is chatting online.

3

Look at the picture. Then complete the conversation with words from the box. Mrs. Jones: Bob, is here on my chair?

your backpack

got Bob: No, Mrs. Jones, it isn’t. I backpack here with me, under the desk.

got   that   this   have (‘ve) x2 has (‘s) x2   those   my   haven’t your   a   hasn’t   these

Mrs. Jones: All right, then. And what about magazines here on my desk? Are they your magazines? Bob: No, Mrs. Jones. science magazines. She’s magazines at home.

are Julia’s many

over Mrs. Jones: And what’s desk, Bob? there on Bob: It’s

laptop. I

Mrs. Jones: No, I Bob: And

got all my homework in it. Have you got one Mrs. Jones? . But my husband

got one.

your husband got all his work in his laptop like me?

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