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Adjective or adverb?

1. Things are ___ now than they used to be. a) BOTH ARE OK b) busier c) more busy 2. He is ___ about this than I am. a) more nervous b) nervouser c) BOTH ARE OK 3. I liked this movie, although I found it a bit ___ than his last film. a) duller b) more dull c) BOTH ARE OK 4. Mary wears her white skirt ___ than (she wears) her blue one. a) oftener b) more often c) BOTH ARE OK 5. This test is ___ than the last one. a) simpler b) more simple c) BOTH ARE OK 6. Which one is ___? a) better b) more good c) BOTH ARE OK 7. This is much ___. a) more important b) importanter c) BOTH ARE OK 8. My brother is ___ than I am. a) more wealthy b) wealthier c) BOTH ARE OK 9. This sounds a bit ___. a) naturaler b) BOTH ARE OK c) more natural 10. This trip was ___ than the last one. a) more fun b) funner c) BOTH ARE OK

Choose the correct response for each of the sentences. 1. You have to be more ___. a) careful b) carefully 2. We have to walk more ___. We’re late! a) quick b) quickly 3.I did this ___. a) willing b) willingly 4. He was ___ to help me. a) willing b) willingly 5. They speak English very ___. a) well b) good 6. You did your homework very ___. a) good b) well 7. My grandfather is very ___. a) clever b) cleverly 8. He speaks very ___. a) quiet b) quietly 9. Our neighbourhood is very ___. a) quietly b) quiet 10. What a ___ movie! a) great b) greatly

Answers 1) a 2) a 3) c 4) b 5) c 6) a 7) a 8) c 9) c 10) a

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) b 4) a 5) a 6) b 7) a 8) b 9) b 10) a

Articles: a or an?

Comparative adjectives / comparing things (part 1)

Choose the correct article. 1. I am going to ___ concert tomorrow. 1) a 2) an 2. My boyfriend is ___ actor. 1) a 2) an 3. Her cousin has ___ very good job. 1) a 2) an 4. That was ___ interesting game. 1) a 2) an 5. She is ___ honest person. 1) a 2) an 6. We had ___ really good time yesterday. 1) a 2) an 7. Bring ___ umbrella. It is going to rain. 1) a 2) an 8. Tomorrow will be ___ hot day. 1) a 2) an 9. Mary is ___ good friend. 1) a 2) an 10. I want to eat ___ apple. 1) a 2) an

Write the correct comparative form for each adjective: old — older. 1. bright — ___ 2. good — ___ 3.hot — ___ 4.sad — ___ 5. healthy — ___ 6. tall — ___ 7. heavy — ___ 8.fat — ___ 9.bad — ___ 10. far — ___

Answers 1) brighter 2) better 3) hotter 4) sadder 5) healthier 6) taller 7) heavier 8) fatter 9) worse 10) farther

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Comparative adjectives / comparing things (part 2)

1) a 2) an 3) a 4) an 5) an 6) a 7) an 8) a 9) a 10) an

Choose the correct response: If both options can be used, choose “BOTH ARE OK”. 2


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Articles: a or an? (part 2)

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Choose the correct article.

1) the 2) the 3) a 4) a 5) The 6) a 7) The 8) a 9) the 10) a

1. I spoke to her for ___ long time yesterday. 1) a 2) an 2. She was wearing ___ old dress. 1) a 2) an 3. Sarah is ___ excellent teacher! 1) a 2) an 4. That’s ___ very funny joke. 1) a 2) an 5. She is ___ really good cook. 1) a 2) an 6. We have ___ exam tomorrow. 1) a 2) an 7. I have ___ appointment at 3:00 PM. 1) a 2) an 8. She wants ___ puppy for her birthday. 1) a 2) an 9. I waited for ___ hour. 1) a 2) an 10. The doctor had ___ friendly smile. 1) a 2) an

Articles: a or the? (part 2) Choose the correct article:

1) a 2) an 3) an 4) a 5) a 6) an 7) an 8) a 9) an 10) a

1. John is ___ best teacher in our school. a) a b) the 2. She has ___ very nice cat. a) a b) the 3. My wife is ___ only person I love. a) a b) the 4. My cousin is ___ police officer. a) a b) the 5. Betty is ___ prettiest girl in our class. a) a b) the 6. There is ___ party at Bill’s house tonight. a) a b) the 7. What time are we going to ___ party? a) a b) the 8. Yesterday I saw ___ really good movie. a) a b) the 9. Hurry up! ___ movie starts in 15 minutes! a) a b) the 10. I need to buy ___ new car. a) a b) the

Articles: a or the?

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Choose the correct article.

1) the 2) a 3) the 4) a 5) the 6) a 7) the 8) a 9) The 10) a

1. Did you see ___ man that I told you about? a) the b) a 2. Did you get ___ birthday card that I sent you? a) the b) a 3. He is ___ very good friend. a) the b) a 4. We ate ___ wonderful meal yesterday. a) the b) a 5. ___ meal that we ate yesterday was wonderful. a) The b) A 6. I have ___ test tomorrow morning. a) the b) a 7. Which shirt do you like? ___ blue one? a) The b) A 8. I have three shirts — a yellow one, an orange one, and ___ black one. a) the b) a 9. You must always tell ___ truth! a) the b) a 10. I cannot understand how ___ person like him can become president. a) the b) a

Article of no article? (part 3)

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Choose the correct article. 1. How much money do you want? Give me ___ 10 dollars. a) NO ARTICLE b) the 2. I gave him ___ money that I found. a) NO ARTICLE b) the 3. She is ___ only person here that speaks Japanese. a) NO ARTICLE b) the 4. I live in ___ London. a) NO ARTICLE b) the 5. This kind of ___ weather makes me happy. a) NO ARTICLE b) a 6. He bought ___ new car. a) NO ARTICLE b) a 7. What does he do? He sells ___ cars. a) NO ARTICLE b) the 8. I live on ___ Washington Street. a) NO ARTICLE b) the 9. I drank ___ glass of milk. a) NO ARTICLE b) a 10. Two of my classmates come from ___ Vietnam. a) NO ARTICLE b) the 3


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Prepositions on, at, in (part 3)

1) NO ARTICLE 2) the 3) the 4) NO ARTICLE 5) NO ARTICLE 6) a 7) NO ARTICLE 8) NO ARTICLE 9) a 10) NO ARTICLE

Choose the correct preposition for each of the sentences. 1. Will you be ___ home today? a) at b) in c) on 2. He is never late. He always comes ___ time. a) at b) in c) on 3. How many students are ___ your class? a) at b) in c) on 4. The teacher wrote something ___ the board. a) at b) in c) on 5. Many people work ___ this building. a) at b) in c) on 6. I will meet you ___ 7:00 PM. a) at b) in c) on 7. Let’s meet ___ Wednesday. a) at b) in c) on 8. am going to Japan ___ seven days. a) at b) in c) on 9. I met John ___ my friend’s party. a) at b) in c) on 10. She was sitting ___ her car. a) at b) in c) on

Past continuous tense Choose the correct form of the past continuous tense. 1. The children ___ outside. a) were playing b) was playing 2. The dog ___ at us. a) were barking b) was barking 3. My teacher ___ the exercise to me. a) were explaining b) was explaining 4. I ___ to my mp3 player. a) were listening b) was listening 5. Those people ___ towards the library. a) were walking b) was walking 6. The cook ___ a tasty meal. a) were preparing b) was preparing 7. I ___ to fix my computer. a) were trying b) was trying 8. My friend and I ___ basketball. a) were playing b) was playing 9. The police officers ___ the thief. a) were chasing b) was chasing 10. My sister and my brother ___. a) were singing b) was singing

Answers 1) a 2) c 3) b 4) c 5) b 6) a 7) c 8) b 9) a 10) b

Prepositions on, at, in (part 4)

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Choose the correct preposition for each of the sentences.

1) a 2) b 3) b 4) b 5) a 6) b 7) b 8) a 9) a 10) a

1. I talked to him ___ the weekend. a) at b) in c) on 2. The dog is ___ the doghouse. a) at b) in c) on 3. I eat breakfast ___ the morning. a) at b) in c) on 4. We arrived ___ the airport in the evening. a) at b) in c) on 5. I was ___ work all day. a) at b) in c) on 6. Put the book ___ the table. a) at b) in c) on 7. He is currently ___ vacation. a) at b) in c) on 8. I’ll call you ___ half an hour. a) at b) in c) on 9. We had a good time ___ the basketball game. a) at b) in c) on 10. There are many good restaurants ___ this city. a) at b) in c) on

Past continuous tense (part 2) Change each sentence into the past continuous tense. “I played baseball — I was playing baseball”. 1. I spoke to my teacher. I was ___ to my teacher. 2. She listened to the song. She was ___ to the song. 3. My friend laughed at my joke. My friend was ___ at my joke. 4. She was silly. She was ___ silly. 5. I sang. I was ___ yesterday. 6. They did their homework. They were ___ their homework. 7. My boss planned a meeting. My boss was ___ a meeting. 8. We had a party. We were ___ a party. 9. The band played a beautiful song. The band was ___ a beautiful song. 10. I tried to explain. I was ___ to explain.

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1) speaking 2) listening 3) laughing 4) being 5) singing 6) doing 7) planning 8) having 9) playing 10) trying

1) c 2) b 3) b 4) a 5) a 6) c 7) c 8) b 9) a 10) b 4


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Prepositions of time (since, for, in, from)

Answers 1) b 2) a 3) b 4) b 5) a 6) b 7) a 8) a 9) b 10) b

Choose the correct preposition for each of the sentences.

Present continuous or simple present tense? (part 3)

1. I have not seen him ___ the summer. a) since b) for c) from 2. I am going there ___ three weeks. a) since b) for c) from 3. We had our party ___ 8:00 PM until 10:00 PM. a) since b) for c) from 4. I have been sick ___ Sunday. a) since b) for c) from 5. They have been sick ___ three days. a) since b) for c) from 6. I will be ready ___ 30 minutes. a) since b) for c) in 7. Kelly has not seen him ___ two weeks. a) since b) for c) in 8. She slept ___ one hour. a) since b) for c) in 9. My sister will be here ___ two hours. a) since b) for c) in 10. I have not eaten ___ this morning. a) since b) for c) in

Choose whether the verb should be in the present continuous or the simple present tense. 1. I usually ___ to rock music. a) listen b) am listening 2. What is she doing? She ___ to music. a) listens b) is listening 3. My professor always ___ very slowly. a) is speaking b) speaks 4. What are you doing tonight? We ___ to see a movie. a) are going b) go 5. He normally ___ very fast. a) drives b) is driving 6. I never ___ what to expect. a) am knowing b) know 7. I’m sorry, Angela can’t come to the phone — she ___ a shower. a) is taking b) takes 8. I ___ home right now. a) go b) am going 9. Those girls ___ out every Friday. a) are going b) go 10. (Generally) I ___ classical music. a) like b) am liking

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) c 4) a 5) b 6) c 7) c 8) b 9) c 10) a

Present continuous or simple present tense? (part 2)

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) b 4) a 5) a 6) b 7) a 8) b 9) b 10) a

Choose whether the verb should be in the present continuous or the simple present tense.

Present perfect verb tense

1. I always ___ before I go to sleep. a) am reading b) read 2. She ___ French, but she doesn’t speak Italian. a) speaks b) is speaking 3. She ___ right now. a) speaks b) is speaking 4. Next week we ___ to the theatre. a) go b) are going 5. (Generally) I ___ Mexican food. a) love b) am loving 6. How do you feel? I ___ great! a) am feeling b) feel 7. Listen — I ___ to explain this to you. a) am trying b) try 8. Tomorrow I ___ to see my friend. a) am going b) go 9. Where is she now? She ___ home. a) walks b) is walking 10. How does she usually get to work? She ___. a) is walking b) walks

Change each sentence into the present perfect tense. “I am playing baseball — I have played baseball”. 1. I am speaking to you. I have ___ to you. 2. That man is driving a car. That man has ___ a car. 3. My friend is sleeping. My friend has ___. 4. She is in Prague. She has ___ in Prague. 5. They are arguing about money. They have ___ money. 6. They are taking a test. They have ___ a test. 7. She is eating. She has ___. 8. I am listening to music. I have ___ to music. 9. The musician is playing a song. The musician has ___ a song. 10. She is flying to Berlin. She has ___ to Berlin.

Answers 1) spoken 2) driven 3) slept 4) been 5) argued 6) taken 7) eaten 8) listened 9) played 10) flown 5


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Present perfect verb tense (part 2)

Reflexive pronoun or object pronoun? (part 2)

Change each sentence into the present perfect tense. “I played baseball — I have played baseball”.

Choose the correct pronoun.

1. I ate vegetables. I have ___ vegetables. 2. I came. I have ___. 3. My cousins sold their car. They have ___ their car. 4. I told a story. I have ___ a story. 5. They saw my friend. They have ___ my friend. 6. We cleaned our room. We have ___ our room. 7. I flew to Mexico City. I have ___ to Mexico City. 8. I thought about going on vacation. I have ___ about going on vacation. 9. I spoke to Mary about you. I have ___ to Mary about you. 10. She chose the blue pants. She has ___ the blue pants.

1. They wanted to do it ___. a) them b) themselves 2. He broke his leg so he cannot dress ___. a) himself b) him 3. I hurt ___ playing hockey. a) me b) myself 4. My father cut ___ shaving. a) himself b) him 5. I love spending time with ___. a) herself b) her 6. If you don’t believe me, try it ___! a) you b) yourself 7. She got ___ in trouble. a) herself b) her 8. She helped ___ find a job. a) me b) myself 9. I don’t know anything about ___. a) them b) themselves 10. I blame ___ for the accident. a) me b) myself

Answers 1) eaten 2) come 3) sold 4) told 5) seen 6) cleaned 7) flown 8) thought 9) spoken 10) chosen

Reflexive pronoun or object pronoun? (part 1) Choose the correct pronoun.

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1. He is so vain. He likes to talk about ___ all the time. a) himself b) him 2. Jane? Yes, I spoke to ___ last week. a) herself b) her 3. Her brother? Yes, she told me all about ___. a) him b) himself 4. You really have to respect ___. a) you b) yourself 5. They talk about us, but they don’t really know ___. a) us b) ourselves 6. Some actors love ___ too much. a) them b) themselves 7. Are you going to invite ___ to the concert? a) herself b) her 8. Goodbye! Take care of ___! a) you b) yourself 9. You have to tell ___ what happened. a) them b) themselves 10. I was at home by ___. (No one else was with me.) a) me b) myself

1) themselves 2) himself 3) myself 4) himself 5) her 6) yourself 7) herself 8) me 9) them 10) myself

Object pronouns — with or without “to’? Choose the correct response. 1. He gave ___ the money. a) him b) to him 2. She went ___ on Friday. a) him b) to him 3. I will lend ___ my book. a) him b) to him 4. You should give that shirt ___. a) her b) to her 5. You should give ___ that shirt. a) her b) to her 6. I phoned ___ three times. a) him b) to him 7. Are you talking ___? a) me b) to me 8. I spoke ___ about the trip. a) you b) to you 9. I didn’t see ___ at the supermarket. a) them b) to them 10. She did not tell ___ her name. a) me b) to me

Answers 1) himself 2) he 3) him 4) yourself 5) us 6) themselves 7) her 8) yourself 9) them 10) myself

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Adverb or adjective? (part 2)

1) a 2) b 3) a 4) b 5) a 6) a 7) b 8) b 9) a 10) a

For each sentence, fill in the blank with either the adverb or the adjective.

Pronouns: possessive pronouns

1. My car broke down yesterday. I hope the mechanic can fix it ___ (quick/quickly). 2. She dances very ___ (good/well). 3. He’s an ___ (honestly/honest) man. He never lies. 4. He broke the news to her ___ (gentle/gently). 5. My cat is very ___ (quickly/quick). 6. I make new friends very ___ (easily/easy). 7. Why do you drive so ___ (quickly/quick)? 8. In the United States, food is not as ___ (expensively/ expensive) as in Europe. 9. I was ___ (complete/completely) confused by his question. 10. She always wears ___ (brightly/bright) clothes.

Change each pronoun into a possessive pronoun (ex. my — mine). 1. This is my book. This book is ___. 2. That is her car. That car is ___. 3. These are his photos. These photo’s are ___. 4. Those are our bags. Those bags are ___. 5. These are their essays. These essays are ___. 6. That is your wallet. That wallet is ___. 7. She owns that house. That house is ___. 8. I own that boat. That boat is ___. 9. Those jackets belong to them. Those jackets are ___. 10. These CDs belong to us. These CDs are ___.

Answers 1) quickly 2) well 3) honest 4) gently 5) quick 6) easily 7) quickly 8) expensive 9) completely 10) bright

Answers 1) mine 2) hers 3) his 4) ours 5) theirs 6) yours 7) hers 8) mine 9) theirs 10) ours

Adverbs

Adverb or adjective?

For each sentence, change the adjective in parentheses into an adverb.

For each sentence, fill in the blank with either the adverb or the adjective.

1. The ballerina moved around very ___ (graceful). 2. David ___ (easy) won the first race. 3. I don’t know ___ (exact) how much money he makes. 4. I ___ (honest) don’t know what John told his sister. 5. The singer of the band sang very ___ (ba d) during the concert. 6. My friend Tom always speaks very ___ (lou d). 7. You speak English very ___ (goo d). 8. These days I am so busy at work that I ___ (rare) have time to go out. 9. Sometimes I like to spend the day just lying in bed ___ (lazy). 10. The police officer made sure that she got home ___ (safe). Answers 1) gracefully 2) easily 3) exactly 4) honestly 5) badly 6) loudly 7) well 8) rarely 9) lazily 10) safely Which article? Fill in the blanks with either “a”, “an”, or “the”. I went to 1) ___ airport at 6:00 AM yesterday. I had to catch 2) ___ flight to Paris. The lines at 3) ___ airport were very long, so I had to wait 4) ___ long time. Once 5) ___ plane took off, I tried to get some sleep but I couldn’t. Then I ate 6) ___ pretty good meal, 7) ___ rare occurrence on airplanes! Later, I spoke to one of 8) ___ flight attendants for 9) ___ while. She was pretty. She told me that 10) ___ pilot of 1 1) ___ airplane was French. I managed to fall asleep for about 1 2) ___ hour. After I woke up, I felt refreshed. I ordered 1 3) ___ drink, then another. Generally, it was 1 4) ___ pretty smooth flight.

1. James did not want to wake his girlfriend, so he left ___. a) quiet b) quietly 2. I can’t understand him. He doesn’t speak very ___. a) clearly b) clear 3. We had a ___ time in Mexico City. a) greatly b) great 4. I understood the question, but I couldn’t answer very ___. a) quickly b) quick 5. I don’t have a ___ time making friends. a) hardly b) hard 6. John arrived at the airport ___, and ended up missing his flight. a) late b) lately 7. Ever since he met Sara, he has looked very ___. a) happily b) happy 8. I can hear the ___ rain falling on the roof. a) loudly b) loud 9. She is a very kind and ___ person. a) gentle b) gently 10. That child behaves very ___. a) badly b) bad

Answers 1) quietly 2) clearly 3) great 4) quickly 5) hard 6) late 7) happy 8) loud 9) gentle 10) badly

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first apartment was on ___ Orange Street. 9. ___ dress she is wearing is blue. 10. He is ___ real gentleman.

1) the 2) a 3) the 4) a 5) the 6) a 7) a 8) the 9) a 10) the 1 1) the 1 2) an 1 3) a 1 4) a

Answers 1) no article 2) the 3) no article 4) a 5) the 6) an 7) no article 8) no article 9) the 10) a

Which article? (part 2) Fill in the blanks with either “a”, “an”, or “the”.

Article or no article? (part 2)

Jim, 1) ___ old friend of mine, used to work in downtown Los Angeles. He had 2) ___ good job in one of 3) ___ biggest law firms in 4) ___ city. He was 5) ___ honest, hard-working lawyer, but he hated his job. So he decided to quit, and to become 6) ___ surfer instead. Now Jim spends his days surfing 7) ___ waves of Malibu. It isn’t 8) ___ easy life, but it makes him happy. Soon after he quit his job, Jim met 9) ___ beautiful surfer named Jenny. After they went out for 10) ___ couple of months, they decided to get married.

For each of the following sentences, fill in the blank with either “a”, “an”, “the”, or “no article”. 1. ___ Seoul is the capital of South Korea. 2. Most people who live in ___ small town are happy. 3. I have been playing ___ tennis for three years. 4. We had ___ really good time at the park. 5. I am ___ only person here who speaks German. 6. Look at ___ time! We’re going to be late! 7. I have borrowed ___ money from her before. 8. Most people who live in ___ Italy are Catholic. 9. I have ___ horse. 10. I’ve never been to ___ mountains.

Answers 1) an 2) a 3) the 4) the 5) an 6) a 7) the 8) an 9) a 10) a

Which article? (part 3)

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Fill in the blanks with either “a”, “an”, or “the”.

1) no article 2) a 3) no article 4) a 5) the 6) the 7) no article 8) no article 9) a 10) the

At 1) ___ beginning of 2) ___ twentieth century, East Los Angeles became 3) ___ popular immigrant destination. In 4) ___ early 1900s, Russians, Jews, Japanese, and Mexicans all had 5) ___ significant presence in 6) ___ area. Living east of 7) ___ river and working in nearby factories, or traveling by electric rail into downtown Los Angeles, immigrants and their children helped fuel 8) ___ prosperity of 9) ___ growing metropolis. By 10) ___ onset of World War II, East Los Angeles had almost become 1 1) ___ exclusively Latino community, soon reinforced by 1 2) ___ influx of Mexican workers who arrived to man the machines in 1 3) ___ area’s burgeoning war industries.

Auxiliary verbs to be, to do, to have (part 1) Fill in each blank space with the correct auxiliary verb. 1. ___ he changed much over the years? a) Has b) Does c) Is 2. ___ she Polish? a) Has b) Does c) Is 3. ___ he like to drive at night? a) Has b) Does c) Is 4. ___ you normally read before you go to bed? a) Do b) Are c) Have 5. ___ I look tired? a) Do b) Am c) Have 6. ___ you seen that movie several times already? a) Do b) Are c) Have 7. ___ he leaving tomorrow? a) Has b) Does c) Is 8. ___ she been to Greece before? a) Has b) Does c) Is 9. ___ they coming at 7? a) Do b) Are c) Have 10. ___ they always cheat? a) Do b) Are c) Have

Answers 1) the 2) the 3) a 4) the 5) a 6) the 7) the 8) the 9) the 10) the 1 1) an 1 2) an 1 3) the

Article or no article? For each of the following sentences, fill in the blank with either “a”, “an”, “the”, or “no article”. 1. ___ Chinese is a difficult language to learn. 2. ___ general’s army attacked the city at night. 3. I like to play ___ basketball. 4. My parents gave me ___ basketball for my birthday. 5. She is___ prettiest girl in the school. 6. I have ___ idea! Let’s go bowling. 7. I have borrowed ___ money from her before. 8. My 8


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8. Why don’t you ___ with my friends? a) let me to go out b) let me go out c) let mego to 9. I had my wallet ___ yesterday. a) stolen b) stole c) to steal 10. I had Juan ___ yesterday. a) to fix my door b) fix my door c) fixed my door

1) a 2) c 3) b 4) a 5) a 6) c 7) c 8) a 9) b 10) a

Auxiliary verbs to be, to do, to have (part 2)

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Fill in each blank space with the correct auxiliary verb.

1) a 2) b 3) c 4) b 5) a 6) b 7) c 8) b 9) a 10) b

1. ___ he as mean as people say? a) Is b) Does c) Has 2. ___ he know how to cook well? a) Is b) Does c) Has 3. ___ you upset? a) Are b) Do c) Have 4. ___ you told her yet? a) Are b) Do c) Have 5. ___ they ever been here before? a) Are b) Do c) Have 6. ___ that a good movie? a) Is b) Does c) Has 7. ___ she in love with Marco? a) Is b) Does c) Has 8. ___ you stopped smoking? a) Are b) Do c) Have 9. ___ you play tennis on weekends? a) Are b) Do c) Have 10. ___ your grandmother live in Spain? a) Is b) Does c) Has

Causative structures (part 2) There are two basic causative structures — an active one (ex: “I had Mike fix my computer”, “I let him go there’), and a passive one (ex: “I had my computer fixed’). The causative is often used with the following verbs: to have, to let, to make, to get. 1. I’m going to have Mike ___ my computer to see what is wrong. a) look at b) to look at c) looked at 2. One of my wisdom teeth really hurt, so I went to the dentist to have it ___. a) remove b) removed c) to be removed 3. Are you going to ___ like this? a) let him to suffer b) allow him suffer c) let him suffer 4. Jimmy is dead. The mafia boss ___. a) had killed b) had him killed c) had him to be killed 5. Julie will not let her daughter ___ the boy from across the street. a) marry b) to marry c) married 6. I had the wall ___ when I was renovating my apartment. a) to be knocked down b) knocked down c) knock down 7. I ___ her and apologize. a) made him to call b) made him called c) made him call 8. I have ___ many times. a) my heart broken b) had my heart broken c) had my heart broke 9. The authorities ___ as soon as they found out she was there illegally. a) had her deported b) have her deport c) had her to be deported 10. I had some tests ___, but they didn’t find anything. a) done b) to be done c) have done

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) a 4) c 5) c 6) a 7) a 8) c 9) b 10) b

Causative structures (part 1) There are two basic causative structures — an active one (ex: “I had Mike fix my computer”, “I let him go there’), and a passive one (ex: “I had my computer fixed’). The causative is often used with the following verbs: to have, to let, to make, to get. 1. The sunshine made me ___ of our trip to Mexico. a) think b) to think c) thinking 2. I had my hair ___ last night. a) trim b) trimmed c) trimming 3. I’m going to ___ after the concert. a) have me picked up b) have him to pick me up c) have him pick me up 4. He is going to ___ next week. a) have fixed his car b) have his car fixed c) have his car fix 5. Susan had ___. a) the windows cleaned b) the windows clean c) the windows be cleaned 6. I’ll let you ___ my car. a) to drive b) drive c) driving 7. Hey, do you want me to help you ___? a) to pack b) packing c) pack

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) c 4) b 5) a 6) b 7) c 8) b 9) a 10) a

Causative structures (part 3) There are two basic causative structures — an active one (ex: “I had Mike fix my computer”, “I let him go there’), and a passive one (ex: “I had my computer fixed’). The causative is often used with the following verbs: to have, to let, to make, to get. 1. She ___ that he wouldn’t tell anyone. 9


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a) made him promised b) made him promise c) promised to make 2. Does your tooth still hurt? Yes, I have to get a dentist ___ soon. a) look at it b) to get it looked at c) to look at it 3. I ___ a couple of days ago. a) had my bike to be fixed b) had my bike fix c) had my bike fixed 4. I will not ___ with this! a) allow you get away b) let you get away c) to let you get away 5. Don’t ___ these things about you! a) let him say b) let him to say c) let him said 6. The movie ___ sad. a) made to feel b) made him feel c) made him to feel 7. I get my ___ from my other address. a) mail forward b) mail to forward c) mail forwarded 8. Have your assistant ___ these letters immediately! a) to send b) to be sent c) send 9. He ___ yesterday. a) had his hair cut b) had his hair to be cut c) had hair to be cut 10. The professor ___ early. a) to let the students leave b) let the student leave c) let the student to leave

1) b 2) c 3) b 4) a 5) a 6) c 7) a 8) a 9) b 10) c

Conditional tenses (part 2) For each sentence, choose the correct tense of the verb. 1. If I lose my job, I ___ for a new one. (to look) a) will look b) would look c) look 2. If she hadn’t told me to stay, I ___. (to go) a) will go b) would have gone c) would go 3. She ___ to come to the party if she had known that her exboyfriend would be there. (to agree) a) would not agree b) did not agree c) would not have agreed 4. If you come tonight, I ___ enchiladas. (to make) a) will make b) would make c) will have made 5. If I were him, I ___ that job. (to take) a) would take b) did take c) will take 6. He will never speak to me again if he ___ what happened. (to find out) a) will have found out b) finds out c) would find out 7. Our cat ___ you if you rub her belly. (to bite) a) will bite b) would bite c) would have bitten 8. I ___ you if I hadn’t thought it was important. (to tell) a) will not tell b) wouldn’t have told c) would not tell 9. If I ___ you were coming, I would have prepared lunch. (to know) a) knew b) had known c) will know 10. If I were you, I ___ to the beach instead of going to work. (to go) a) will have gone b) will go c) would go

Answers 1) b 2) c 3) c 4) b 5) a 6) b 7) c 8) c 9) a 10) b

Conditional tenses

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For each sentence, choose the correct tense of the verb.

1) a 2) b 3) c 4) a 5) a 6) b 7) a 8) b 9) b 10) c

1. If I ___ you, I would apologize to her right away. (to be) a) was b) were c) have been 2. If I run into her, I ___ her that you’re looking for her. (to tell) a) would tell b) tell c) will tell 3. If you ___ that again, I will call the police. (to do) a) to do b) do c) will do 4. He would never have asked her out on a date if she ___ him first. (to kiss) a) hadn’t kissed b) didn’t kiss c) will not kiss 5. If you were her, what ___? (to do) a) would you do b) did you do c) do you do 6. If she hadn’t gone to England, she ___ Orlando Bloom. (to meet) a) would not meet b) did not meet c) would not have met 7. If it doesn’t start snowing, we ___ this evening. (to go skiing) a) won’t go skiing b) wouldn’t go skiing c) don’t go skiing 8. If you had saved some money earlier, you ___ broke right now. (to be) a) would not have been b) will not be c) are not 9. If I ___ at the airport so late, I would not have missed my flight. (to arrive) a) didn’t arrive b) hadn’t arrived c) would not arrive 10. If you buy one t-shirt, you ___ the second one free (to get). a) will have gotten b) would get c) get

Conjunctions Choose the conjunction which fits best. 1. I haven’t really studied for this exam, ___ I feel a little nervous. a) so b) unless c) but 2. I told him not to come, ___ he came anyway. a) since b) unless c) but 3. Do not do anything ___ you hear from him first. a) unless b) since c) therefore 4. ___ I was really tired, I took a nap for 15 minutes. a) Although b) Since c) Unless 5. ___ she likes to play basketball, her favourite sport is tennis. a) While b) Because c) Since 6. ___ it was really hot outside, I wore shorts. a) Although b) Since c) Unless 7. He has always done well on exams. This time, ___, he failed. a) however b) accordingly c) moreover 8. I won’t be able to borrow any more money ___ I pay off some of my previous debts. a) but b) until c) although 9. ___ he wasn’t a good player, he had a great game. 10


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a) a little b) a few 9. I would like ___ hamburger. a) some b) a 10. I have to buy ___ furniture for my new apartment. a) some b) a

a) Since b) Because c) Although 10. The little girl slept ___ her father played the guitar. a) while b) therefore c) until

Answers 1) a 2) c 3) a 4) b 5) a 6) b 7) a 8) b 9) c 10) a

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Conjunctions (part 2)

1) a little 2) much 3) amount 4) much 5) a few 6) many 7) so many 8) a little 9) a 10) some

Choose the correct conjunction for each sentence.

Count or non-count nouns? (part 2)

1. I will go to the concert, but ___ you go as well. a) only if b) unless 2. I brought along a sandwich, ___ I get hungry. a) therefore b) in case 3. ___ she calls me, I feel very happy. a) So that b) Whenever 4. Take this photo, ___ you can remember me. a) while b) so that 5. I will not talk to him ___ he apologizes for what he did. a) until b) because 6. I’ll find you, ___ you are. a) where b) wherever 7. She spoke ___ she knew what she was talking about, but she didn’t. a) although b) as if 8. ___ the police arrived, we had to end the party. a) Until b) Once 9. I couldn’t figure out ___ he said what he said. a) why b) once 10. I bought you a birthday card ___ I like you. a) because b) why

For each sentence, fill in the blank with the correct response. 1. I have to buy a lot of ___ for my new apartment. a) furniture b) furnitures 2. He brought up a lot of interesting ___ during the lecture. a) point b) points 3. After the party there was a lot of ___. a) garbage b) garbages 4. Thank you so much for all the ___! a) applause b) applauses 5. Your ___ are due on September 15th. a) essay b) essays 6. I went to the market and bought a lot of ___. a) fruit b) fruits 7. There are so many different type of ___ in the world. a) people b) peoples 8. He has one of the most expensive ___ on the market. a) computer b) computers 9. I have to cut my ___ today. a) hair b) hairs 10. I can’t stand the ___ in this city. a) traffic b) traffics

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) b 4) b 5) a 6) b 7) b 8) b 9) a 10) a

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Count or non-count nouns?

1) furniture 2) points 3) garbage 4) applause 5) essays 6) fruit 7) people 8) computers 9) hair 10) traffic

For each sentence, fill in the blank with the correct response.

Count or non-count nouns? (part 3)

1. I went to the tourist office to get ___ information. a) a few b) a little 2. Kids today spend so ___ time on the internet! a) much b) many 3. He has a good job and makes a large ___ of money. a) amount b) number 4. OK, let’s do it! But hurry up I don’t have ___ time! a) much b) many 5. I only know ___ people in this city. a) a little b) a few 6. Mary always tells me that she wants to have ___ children. a) much b) many 7. There are ___ things that I want to say to you. a) so many b) so much 8. I would like ___ time to think about this.

For each sentence, fill in the blank with the correct response. 1. What kind of ___ do you want to talk about? a) thing b) things 2. What kind of ___ would you like me to buy? a) milk b) milks 3. I ate many kinds of ___ yesterday. a) cheese b) cheeses 4. Do you have some ___ for me? a) information b) informations 5. I had many horrifying ___ during my travels in Haiti. a) experience b) experiences 6. Do you know all the ___ of the world? a) capital b) capitals 11


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4. I generally don’t like to give advice ___ about matters of love. 5. Most women ___ in my family wear lots of jewellery. 6. The grace ___ with which she danced made me cry. 7. It takes a lot of patience to deal with prisoners ___. 8. I asked him to send me information ___ about California wines. 9. The truth ___ is that I no longer want to live with that man. 10. It took great courage for the boy to admit to stealing money ___ from his brother.

7. He had a lot of ___ in him. a) anger b) angers 8. What did you buy? I bought some ___. a) orange b) oranges 9. I have to buy some apples and some ___. a) rice b) rices 10. I left my ___ at the airport. a) luggage b) luggages

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1) things 2) milk 3) cheese 4) information 5) experiences 6) capitals 7) anger 8) oranges 9) rice 10) luggage

1) nc 2) nc 3) c 4) nc 5) c 6) nc 7) c 8) nc 9) nc 10) nc

Count or non-count nouns? (part 4)

Did or made?

For each sentence, fill in the blank with the correct response.

Fill in each blank space with the correct response.

1. I have ___ courage than you. a) less b) fewer 2. ___ of my courage comes from my upbringing. a) Much b) Many 3. ___ of the new immigrants to Los Angeles come from Mexico. a) Many b) Much 4. There is ___ immigration to Canada now than there used to be. a) less b) fewer 5. I only know ___ people in this city. a) a little b) a few 6. Hey! I asked for ___ donut and you gave me a muffin! a) a b) some 7. In the past month, we have noticed ___ progress in your ability to speak. a) many b) much 8. He left ___ his clothing at his girlfriend’s house. a) some b) a couple of 9. Wow, there’s so ___ grass in your yard! a) much b) many 10. ___ of the students come from abroad. a) much b) many

1. James ___ his homework yesterday. a) did b) made 2. Mary ___ the dishes after breakfast today. a) did b) made 3. My brother ___ the beds this morning. a) did b) made 4. I called the doctor and ___ an appointment for Tuesday evening. a) did b) made 5. I ___ a cake for your birthday! a) did b) made 6. I ___ the exercises you gave me — would you like to check them? a) did b) made 7. Fiona ___ a good job helping us clean up. a) did b) made 8. I felt really bad when I ___ that mistake in class today. a) did b) made 9. The babysitter ___ the phone call around 5 PM. a) did b) made 10. She washed the clothes but her husband ___ the ironing. a) did b) made

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1) less 2) Much 3) Many 4) less 5) a few 6) a 7) much 8) some 9) much 10) many

1) did 2) did 3) made 4) made 5) made 6) did 7) did 8) made 9) made 10) did

Count or non-count nouns? (part 5)

Future tenses (part 1)

For each blank space, write whether the preceding noun is countable (by writing c) or non-countable (by writing nc). ex: The boy has a lot of clothing __nc__.

Choose the correct verb tense for each sentence. 1. By the time I’m 60, I ___ (lose) all my hair. a) will have lost b) will lose 2. I won’t be able to talk to you in 15 minutes because I ___ (do) my homework. a) will do b) will be doing 3. By the time I get home, my wife ___ (eat) the whole cake.

1. This restaurant has the worst food ___ I’ve ever eaten. 2. We have to buy furniture ___ for our new house. 3. Many hospitals in this city ___ don’t have modern equipment. 12


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a) will have eaten b) will be eating 4. I ___ (talk) to my son about his poor test results. a) will talk b) will be talking 5. This time tomorrow I ___ (swim) in the ocean. a) will swim b) will be swimming 6. I ___ (see) you at 7. a) will have seen b) will see 7. By the time the guests arrive, I ___ (clean) the room. a) will have cleaned b) will clean 8. I decided that I ___ (become) a doctor. a) will be becoming b) will become 9. I ___ (travel) for the next month. a) will travel b) will be traveling 10. I’m really tired today — I ___ (do) my exercises tomorrow. a) will do b) will be doing

1. You are not allowed ___ on the airplane. (smoke) 2. I couldn’t help ___ when he tripped! (laugh) 3. I enjoy ___ to clubs. (go) 4. She expects people ___ her, but she never helps anyone! (help) 5. My doctor advised me ___ smoking. (quit) 6. Please stop ___. I can hear you fine! (shout) 7. I don’t feel like ___. Let’s go out to a restaurant. (cook) 8. Would you mind ___ the window? It’s very hot in here. (open) 9. My remote control doesn’t work. Try ___ the batteries. (change) 10. In Los Angeles, ___ is not allowed in any building. (smoke)

Answers 1) to smoke 2) laughing 3) going 4) to help 5) to quit 6) shouting 7) cooking 8) opening 9) changing 10) smoking

Gerund or infinitive? (part 2)

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Fill in each space with either the gerund (‘-ing’) or the infinitive (to…) form of the verb. Example: “I love walking in the park (walk)”.

1) a 2) b 3) a 4) a 5) b 6) b 7) a 8) b 9) b 10) a

1. Sometimes ___ the truth can be difficult. (tell) 2. I don’t understand why you have ___ so much. (swear) 3. Don’t forget ___ the lights when you leave the room. (to turn off) 4. You need ___ your hair. It’s getting very long. (cut) 5. Stop ___ him and let him finish saying what he wants to say. (interrupt) 6. Hey, do you want ___ to the movies tonight? (go) 7. Hey, how about ___ to see a movie tonight? (go ) 8. I’m not interested in ___ an expensive car. (buy) 9. It’s true that ___ English can be fun. (learn) 10. I suggest ___ a vacation. (take)

Future tenses (part 2) Choose the correct verb tense for each sentence. 1. Tomorrow I ___ (paint) all day. a) will be painting b) will paint 2. By the time we get there, the store ___ (close). a) will close b) will have closed 3. I ___ (see) you tomorrow at 3:00 PM. a) will see b) see 4. After we finish this video, I ___ (see) all of this director’s movies. a) will see b) will have seen 5. Can I come over in an hour? No, I ___ (clean) the house. a) will clean b) will be cleaning 6. This time next week, I ___ (drink) wine in Argentina. a) will be drinking b) will drink 7. She doesn’t realize what kind of person he is, but she ___ (find out). a) will be finding out b) will find out 8. She insulted me. I ___ (speak) to her again! a) will never speak b) will have never spoken 9. If he continues drinking so fast, he ___ (drink) the whole bottle by midnight. a) will have drunk b) will be drinking 10. She ___ (tell) me when her birthday is. a) will not be telling b) won’t tell

Answers 1) telling 2) to swear 3) to turn off 4) to cut 5) interrupting 6) to go 7) going 8) buying 9) learning 10) taking

Gerund or Infinitive? (part 3) Fill in each space with either the gerund (‘-ing’) OR the infinitive (to…) form of the verb. 1. When I mentioned ___ married, she didn’t say anything. a) getting b) to get 2. If he keeps ___ things from work, he’s going to get fired. a) to steal b) stealing 3. Bill enjoys ___ mystery novels. a) to read b) reading 4. I plan ___ to college in the fall. a) to go b) going 5. I plan on ___ to college in the fall. a) to go b) going 6. I suggested ___ to a restaurant after the movie. a) to go b) going 7. The doctor wants ___ with you. a) to speak b) speaking 8. I really miss ___ as a flight attendant. a) to work b) working 9. The little boy’s teacher asked ___ with his mother.

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) a 4) b 5) b 6) a 7) b 8) a 9) a 10) b

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a) to talk b) talking 10. I don’t mind ___ with your cat. I love cats. a) playing b) to play

9. He must have ___ 8 beers last night. (to drink) a) drank b) drunk 10. I ___ down and broke my arm. a) fallen b) fell

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1) b 2) b 3) b 4) a 5) b 6) b 7) a 8) b 9) a 10) a

1) b 2) b 3) a 4) a 5) a 6) b 7) a 8) a 9) b 10) b

Gerund or infinitive? (part 4)

Irregular verbs (part 2)

Fill in each space with either the gerund (‘-ing’) OR the infinitive (to…) form of the verb. Example: “Reading in the dark is difficult.” OR “Don’t forget to brush your teeth.”

Choose the correct verb tense for each sentence. 1. I ___ a tire on the way to work. (to blow) a) blew b) blown 2. We have ___ to the seaside resort many times. (to drive) a) drove b) driven 3. I haven’t ___ a bike in three years. (to ride) a) rode b) ridden 4. Someone has ___ 10 books from the library. (to steal) a) stolen b) stole 5. Godzilla ___ up and began attacking the city. (to rise) a) rose b) rised 6. The song that she ___ was very pretty. (to sing) a) sung b) sang 7. I have ___ her many emails, but I’ve never received a response. (to write) a) written b) wrote 8. I ___ out those shoes long ago. (to wear) a) worn b) wore 9. He said that he ___ two aspirins last night. (to take) a) taken b) took 10. My father used to ___ across the lake regularly. (to swim) a) swim b) swam

1. ___ is bad for your health. a) To smoke b) Smoking 2. What do you want ___ tonight? a) to do b) doing 3. Her daughter decided ___ a veterinarian. a) to become b) becoming 4. I have decided on ___ a veterinarian. a) to become b) becoming 5. I hope ___ to Brazil this summer. a) to travel b) traveling 6. The man from Venezuela appears ___ the best dancer in the group. a. to be b) being 7. I learned ___ French while I was living in Switzerland. a) to speak b) speaking 8. I remember ___ her at the beach last week. a) to see b) seeing 9. Don’t forget ___ your mother! a) to call b) calling 10. She promised ___ to the theatre with me. a) to go b) going

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) b 4) a 5) a 6) b 7) a 8) b 9) b 10) a

Articles: mixed articles exercise (part 1)

Answers 1) b 2) a 3) a 4) b 5) a 6) a 7) a 8) b 9) a 10) a

For each blank space, choose the proper article (a, an, the, or no article).

Irregular verbs (part 1)

1. I love living in this ___ city. a) a b) the c) no article 2. Generally speaking, ___ boys are physically stronger than girls. a) a b) the c) no article 3. Bill enjoys reading ___ mystery novels. a) a b) the c) no article 4. ___ girl that I told you about is standing over there. a) A b) The c) no article 5. Where did you go last night? We went to ___ restaurant that you recommended. a) a b) the c) no article 6. He is ___ really good person. a) a b) the c) no article 7. My brother is ___ expert at fixing cars. a) an b) the c) no article 8. ___ Paris is a beautiful city.

Choose the correct verb tense for each sentence. 1. He ___ to get very angry. (to begin) a) begun b) began 2. I ___ my glasses when I fell. (to break) a) broken b) broke 3. Those kids have ___ five windows playing baseball. (to break) a) broken b) broke 4. I have ___ studying French. (to begin) a) begun b) began 5. He told me that he had ___ all the work himself. (to do) a) done b) did 6. Have you ___ yet today? (to eat) a) ate b) eaten 7. My father has ___ me to talk to you. (to forbi d) a) forbidden b) forbade 8. I ___ him stealing that woman’s purse. (to catch) a) caught b) catched 14


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a) a b) the c) no article 7. He is ___ real American hero. a) a b) the c) no article 8. I don’t like ___ dogs, but I like my brother’s dog. a) a b) the c) no article 9. I haven’t seen him in ___ five years. a) a b) the c) no article 10. Kobe Bryant is ___ basketball player. a) a b) the c) no article

a) a b) the c) no article 9. My ___ teacher’s name is William. a) a b) the c) no article 10.We got our son ___ dog for Christmas. a) a b) the c) no article

Answers 1) c 2) c 3) c 4) b 5) b 6) a 7) a 8) c 9) c 10) a

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Articles: mixed articles exercise (part 2)

1) b 2) a 3) b 4) c 5) a 6) b 7) a 8) c 9) c 10) a

For each blank space, choose the proper article (a, an, the, or no article).

Articles: mixed articles exercise (part 4)

1. He eats a lot of ___ meat. a) a b) the c) no article 2. ___ food that you cooked was very good! a) A b) The c) no article 3. ___ Cell phones do not cause cancer. a) A b) The c) no article 4. He has always been ___ very good boy. a) a b) the c) no article 5. Let’s go to ___ beach. a) a b) the c) no article 6. Let’s play ___ volleyball. a) a b) the c) no article 7. What would you like for ___ breakfast? a) an b) the c) no article 8. He knows how to treat ___ lady. a) a b) the c) no article 9. I’ve been waiting for ___ long time. a) a b) the c) no article 10. ___ only jazz musician I like is Miles Davis. a) A b) The c) no article

For each blank space, choose the proper article (a, an, the, or no article). 1. Denver is located at the foot of ___ Rocky Mountains. a) a b) the c) no article 2. Toronto is located on ___ Lake Ontario. a) a b) the c) no article 3. San Diego is located near ___ Mexican border. a) a b) the c) no article 4. Let’s go to ___ Mexico. a) a b) the c) no article 5. ___ Nile is the longest river in the world. a) A b) The c) no article 6. ___ Sahara is the world’s biggest desert. a) A b) The c) no article 7. I spoke with ___ Chinese film director that I told you about. a) a b) the c) no article 8. Do you speak ___ Chinese? a) a b) the c) no article 9. I need ___ bottle of water. a) a b) the c) no article 10. Spain is one of ___ largest European countries. a) a b) the c) no article

Answers 1) c 2) b 3) c 4) a 5) b 6) c 7) c 8) a 9) a 10) b

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Articles: mixed articles exercise (part 3)

1) b 2) c 3) b 4) c 5) b 6) b 7) b 8) c 9) a 10) b

For each blank space, choose the proper article (a, an, the, or no article).

Articles: mixed articles exercise (part 5)

1. They usually spend their holidays in ___ mountains. a) a b) the c) no article 2. Los Angeles has ___ ideal climate. a) an b) the c) no article 3. This is ___ best Mexican restaurant in the country. a) a b) the c) no article 4. I can’t live on ___ 500 dollars a month. a) a b) the c) no article 5. Someone call ___ policeman! a) a b) the c) no article 6. Someone call ___ police!

For each blank space, choose the proper article (a, an, the, or no article). 1. I moved to ___ USA when I was 15 years old. a) a b) the c) no article 2. I can spell as well as ___ most students. a) a b) the c) no article 3. He is ___ most famous actor I know. a) a b) the c) no article 4. Hurry up. We don’t have ___ lot of time. 15


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a) a b) the c) no article 5. I live around here = I live in ___ neighbourhood. a) a b) the c) no article 6. I don’t know at all = I don’t have ___ clue. a) a b) the c) no article 7. I have ___ idea! a) an b) the c) no article 8. ___ tea in my cup is too hot to drink. a) A b) The c) no article 9. The US President lives in ___ White House. a) a b) the c) no article 10. My parents live in ___ white house. a) a b) the c) no article

1. This ___ be dangerous if you don’t have the right equipment. a) should b) can 2. You ___ yell at your parents. It’s not nice. a) shouldn’t b) can’t 3. I ___ have seen that movie eight times. a) must b) can 4. I can’t allow you to hang around here = I ___ have you hanging around here. a) shouldn’t b) can’t 5. Isn’t that Charlie’s umbrella? Yes, he ___ have left it here yesterday. a) should b) must 6. ___ I borrow your pen for a minute? a) Can b) Should 7. ___ you speak Japanese? No, I can’t. a) Can b) Must 8. It’s late. I ___ get going. a) can b) should 9. I saw that pen this morning… it ___ be around here somewhere. a) must b) can 10. I ___ understand what he’s saying. a) shouldn’t b) can’t

Answers 1) b 2) c 3) b 4) a 5) b 6) a 7) a 8) b 9) b 10) a

Basic modals exercise (part 1) For each sentence, choose the modal (should, can, must) that is most appropriate. NB: In American English, “must” often sounds old-fashioned and/or bossy — it’s more natural in most cases to say “have to” as in “You have to be at the airport at 9” not “You must be at the airport at 9”. 1. She looks pretty sick — I think she ___ go to a doctor. a) should b) can 2. You’ve been driving all day — You ___ be exhausted! a) should b) must 3. You ___ smoke so much. It’s bad for your health. a) can’t b) shouldn’t 4. Hey I’m lost -___ you help me? a) Can b) Should 5. You have such a beautiful voice — You ___ sing for us! a) should b) can 6. I know he speaks five languages, but ___ he speak Arabic? a) should b) can 7. That looks very expensive. It ___ have cost a fortune! a) should b) must 8. I ___ believe that you failed your test! a) can’t b) shouldn’t 9. I’m on my way. I ___ be there in about 10 minutes. a) should b) can 10. I’m sorry — I ___ afford that. a) can’t b) shouldn’t

Answers 1) b 2) a 3) a 4) b 5) b 6) a 7) a 8) b 9) a 10) b

Mixed verb tenses For each sentence, choose the correct tense of the verb. 1. John ___ in San Diego for the past 3 years (and he still lives there). a) lived b) was lived c) has lived 2. My brother ___ in San Diego up until last year. a) was lived b) was living c) has lived 3. I worked as a graphic designer before I ___ to England. a) came b) have come c) did come 4. ___ reading the paper yet? a) Were you finished b) Have you finished c) Are you finishing 5. I ___ in love three times in my life. a) was being b) was c) have been 6. I ___ in love with Mary, but she left me for another man. a) have been b) was being c) was 7. Frank ___ tennis for three years when he was at school. a) played b) has played c) was play 8. ___ me last night? a) Have you called b) Did you call c) Were you called 9. I was at the club yesterday, but I ___ you. a) haven’t seen b) did not saw c) did not see 10. I ___ this upset in many years! a) haven’t been b) was not c) was not being

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) b 4) a 5) a 6) b 7) b 8) a 9) a 10) a

Basic modals exercise (part 2) For each sentence, choose the modal (should, can, must) that is most appropriate. NB: In American English, “must” often sounds old-fashioned and/or bossy — it’s more natural in most cases to say “have to” as in “You have to be at the airport at 9” not “You must be at the airport at 9”. 16


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10. I don’t know how ___. a) dance b) dancing c) to dance

1) c 2) b 3) a 4) b 5) c 6) c 7) a 8) b 9) c 10) a

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Mixed verb tenses (part 2)

1) b 2) c 3) b 4) a 5) a 6) c 7) a 8) a 9) b 10) c

For each sentence, choose the correct tense of the verb.

Mixed verb tenses (part 4)

1. I ___ (take) a shower when you called. a) was taking b) took c) was taken 2. My brother ___ (have) never been to Europe until he went there last year. a) has b) had c) hadn’t 3. Diane ___ (feel) very sick but she decided to go out anyway. a) was feeling b) has been feeling c) has felt 4. He ___ (call) her all night. a) has called b) call c) was calling 5. I ___ (want) to go swimming but the water was too cold. a) have wanted b) wanted c) am want 6. I ___ (be) able to sleep well for a week now. a) didn’t was b) was not c) haven’t been 7. When I first saw her, she ___ (stan d) on the balcony. a) was standing b) has stood c) has been standing 8. Really? You moved to a new apartment? How long ___ (live) there? a) have you been living b) did you live c) did you living 9. Every time I see that movie, it ___ (make) me cry. a) has made b) made c) makes 10. I ___ (stop) smoking three years ago. a) have stopped b) have been stopping c) stopped

For each sentence, choose the correct form of the verb. 1. By the time I got to the hotel, ___ any rooms left. (to be) a) there weren’t b) there hadn’t been c) there isn’t 2. I was afraid to ask her out because she ___ me before. (to reject) a) was rejecting b) had rejected c) rejected 3. I ___ to music when she came in. (to listen) a) was listening b) listened c) have been listening 4. What have you been doing? I ___ a lot. (to work) a) have worked b) worked c) have been working 5. Last night I ___ that I was living in China. (to dream) a) dreamed b) have dreamed c) dreamt 6. I don’t know why you insist on ___ to Cambodia. (to go) a) going b) to go c) to be going 7. The movie that we ___ last Monday was really awful. (to see) a) have seen b) saw c) were seeing 8. He ___ his granddaughter daily. (to call) a) calling b) calls c) is calling 9. I read the book that you gave me — could you ___ me another one? (to len d) a) to lend b) will lend c) lend 10. He ___ her if she hadn’t waved to him. (to see) a) didn’t see b) would not have seen c) will not have seen

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) a 4) c 5) b 6) c 7) a 8) a 9) c 10) c

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Mixed verb tenses (part 3)

1) a 2) b 3) a 4) c 5) c 6) a 7) b 8) b 9) c 10) b

For each sentence, choose the correct tense of the verb.

Mixed verb tenses (part 5)

1. I ___ for seven hours last night. a) was slept b) slept c) has slept 2. I ___ that you were here. a) wasn’t knowing b) didn’t knew c) didn’t know 3. When I came to this city, I ___ anyone. a) haven’t known b) didn’t know c) wasn’t knowing 4. You know where I live — I ___ in the same place for the past three years. a) have been living b) had lived c) was living 5. You ___ my brother, have you? a) haven’t seen b) didn’t see c) didn’t saw 6. Where ___ last night? a) have you gone b) did you went c) did you go 7. I ___ in bed when I heard the accident outside. a) was lying b) lay c) have lain 8. Did you just ___ me a liar? a) call b) called c) have called 9. She is a mean person. I don’t like ___ to her. a) talk b) talking c) have talk

For each sentence, choose the correct form of the verb. 1. I never ___ you that I loved her, I only said that I liked her. (to tell) a) told b) have told c) was telling 2. I ___ to Greece until Sally and I went there last summer. (to be) a) have never been b) had never been c) was never being 3. By the time I’m 50, I ___ a million dollars. (to make) a) will make b) would make c) will have made 4. I want ___ the exercises for advanced students. (to try) a) try b) to try c) to have tried 5. Hey, you ___ at the computer all day. You should really take a break. (to sit) a) have been sitting b) were sitting c) did sit 6. He claimed that he had never seen that man, but I know that ___. a) he did b) he had c) he was 7. What ___ to her about last night? (to speak) a) have you spoken b) you spoke c) did you speak 17


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6. The police are trying to ___ on drunk drivers. a) crack up b) crack down c) crack through 7. He is so funny! He really cracks me ___. a) up b) around c) on 8. I though the movie was going to end, but it just ___. a) dragged in b) dragged on c) dragged into 9. I’m really tired because I ___ at 5 AM this morning. a) got up b) got around c) got on 10. Friends can help you to ___ a difficult time in your life. a) get around b) get by c) get through

8. What have you been doing all day? ___ TV? (to watch) a) watch b) watching c) have watched 9. She ___ lunch when someone rang the doorbell. (to prepare) a) was preparing b) prepared c) has been preparing 10. She never ___ when someone leaves her a message. (to call back) a) has called back b) calls back c) will call back

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) c 4) b 5) a 6) b 7) c 8) b 9) a 10) b

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Phrasal verbs («to get…»)

1) c 2) a 3) c 4) a 5) c 6) b 7) a 8) b 9) a 10) c

For each sentence, choose which phrasal verb fits best.

Phrasal verbs (part 3)

1. The river’s current is very strong. It will be hard to ___. a) get across b) get in c) get around 2. You really need a car in this city to ___. a) get by b) get around c) get on 3. She had a hard time after the break-up, but then she decided to ___ with her life. a) get along b) get in c) get on 4. My girlfriend’s mother and I don’t ___ at all. a) get along b) get on c) get in 5. It’s OK. Don’t worry. You’ll ___ this. a) get along b) get on c) get through 6. The museum? You should ___ at the third stop. a) get through b) get off c) get on 7. As soon as he ___ the horse, I knew that he had never been on one before. a) got on b) got around c) got in 8. I ___ my old couch and need to buy a new one. a) got rid b) got rid of c) got off 9. I’m really tired because I ___ at 5 AM this morning. a) got around b) got up c) got on 10. Friends can help you to ___ a difficult time in your life. a) get around b) get by c) get through

For each sentence, choose which phrasal verb fits best. 1. How do you ___ the rise in crime this year? a) account for b) account in c) account to 2. Do you feel like playing soccer? = Are you ___ some soccer? a) up for b) up to c) up with 3. My girlfriend and I ___ last month. a) broke through b) broke in c) broke up 4. If you’re telling someone to ___, you’re telling them to relax. a) calm out b) calm down c) calm in 5. This is the time of year when stores ___ their prices, so you can get good deals. a) mark on b) mark through c) mark down 6. My girlfriend and I had a big fight yesterday, but we ___ almost immediately. a) made up b) made in c) made on 7. When I ___ on my life, I don’t regret a single thing. a) look back b) look down c) look through 8. ___ the grass! Can’t you see the sign? a) Keep out b) Keep on c) Keep off 9. The other runners had a hard time ___ with him during the race. a) keeping out b) keeping on c) keeping up 10. He will ___ doing it until you tell him to stop. a) keep on b) keep in c) keep to

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) c 4) a 5) c 6) b 7) a 8) a 9) b 10) c

Phrasal verbs (part 2)

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For each sentence, choose which phrasal verb fits best. 1) a 2) b 3) c 4) b 5) c 6) a 7) a 8) c 9) c 10) a

1. My car ___ on the freeway. a) broke through b) broke up c) broke down 2. The thief managed to ___ the police barricade. a) break through b) break in c) break on 3. My girlfriend and I ___ last month. a) broke through b) broke in c) broke up 4. Hey, ___ the girl with the red hair. She’s very pretty. a) check out b) check in c) check at 5. ___! Things will get better. a) Cheer on b) Cheer at c) Cheer up

Phrasal verbs (part 4) For each sentence, fill in the blank with the correct preposition. 1. You gained some weight = You put ___ a few pounds. 2. Don’t tell anyone about it = Keep it ___ yourself. 3. Have you been in contact with Sarah? = Have you heard ___ Sarah? 18


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4. I’ve been spending time with her = I’ve been hanging ___ with her. 5. Please take care of my little sister = Please look ___ my little sister. 6. He disappointed me = He let me ___. 7. You can trust me = You can count ___ me. 8. We often eat in restaurants = We often eat ___. 9. I can’t understand why you would say that = I can’t figure ___ why you would say that. 10. He is planning something = He is up ___ something.

Choose the correct preposition for each sentence. 1. I’m off for two weeks ___ August. a) on b) in c) at 2. The dog is asleep ___ the tree. a) over b) against c) under 3. I have lived in this apartment ___ 2001. a) in b) since c) at 4. My friend ___ work is from Japan. a) at b) in c) around 5. I wake up ___ 6 AM every morning. a) around b) on c) in 6. Thank you ___ telling me about this. a) in b) by c) for 7. Who did you buy this ___? a) from b) on c) in 8. The factory workers have been ___ strike since January. a) on b) in c) about 9. ___ you and me, I don’t think he’s a very good teacher. a) Through b) Between c) Among 10. Did you do it ___ purpose? No, it was an accident! a) by b) in c) on

Answers 1) on 2) to 3) from 4) out 5) after 6) down 7) on 8) out 9) out 10) to

Plural form of nouns Fill in each blank space with the correct plural form of the noun. (ex. tree — trees). 1. fish — PLURAL: ___ 2. child — PLURAL: ___ 3. toothbrush — PLURAL: ___ 4. woman — PLURAL: ___ 5. man — PLURAL: ___ 6. toy — PLURAL: ___ 7. exercise — PLURAL: ___ 8. fly — PLURAL: ___ 9. foot — PLURAL: ___ 10. furniture — PLURAL: ___

Answers 1) b 2) c 3) b 4) a 5) a 6) c 7) a 8) a 9) b 10) c

Prepositions (part 2) Choose the correct preposition for each sentence.

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1. It’s ___ time you told him the truth! a) on b) in c) about 2. The soccer player was ejected because he had done something that was ___ the rules. a) against b) without c) outside 3. Another way of saying “old-fashioned” is “ ___ the times”. a) beside b) behind c) outside 4. You shouldn’t pick ___ him just because he’s different. a) on b) to c) with 5. Being a nurse is hard work, especially if you’re ___ call all the time. a) in b) with c) on 6. The animal hospital? It’s somewhere ___ that big blue building. a) around b) about c) on 7. She’s the kind of girl who knows everything ___ everyone. a) about b) on c) in 8. She is, ___ a doubt, the best student in the class a) outside b) without c) about 9. ___ our visit to Japan, we saw a lot of interesting places. a) While b) During c) Through 10. ___ the year, I’ve spoken to her five times. a) In b) During c) Throughout

1) fish 2) children 3) toothbrushes 4) women 5) men 6) toys 7) exercises 8) flies 9) feet 10) furniture

Plural form of nouns (part 2) Fill in each blank space with the correct plural form of the noun. (ex. tree — trees). 1. agency — PLURAL: ___ 2. mother — PLURAL: ___ 3. library — PLURAL: ___ 4. uncle — PLURAL: ___ 5. mouse — PLURAL: ___ 6. house — PLURAL: ___ 7. tooth — PLURAL: ___ 8. life — PLURAL: ___ 9. tomato — PLURAL: ___ 10. sheep — PLURAL: ___

Answers 1) agencies 2) mothers 3) libraries 4) uncles 5) mice 6) houses 7) teeth 8) lives 9) tomatoes 10) sheep 19


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a) NO PREPOSITION b) to c) at 5. I saw Sarah on the street ___ yesterday. a) NO PREPOSITION b) on c) in 6. I saw her ___ the fourth of July. a) NO PREPOSITION b) on c) in 7. I saw her ___ last week. a) NO PREPOSITION b) on c) in 8. I saw her ___ the mall in Glendale. a) NO PREPOSITION b) at c) to 9. We are planning to go ___ Santa Monica beach this afternoon. a) NO PREPOSITION b) at c) to 10. We are planning to go ___ swimming this afternoon. a) NO PREPOSITION b) at c) to

1) c 2) a 3) b 4) a 5) c 6) a 7) a 8) b 9) b 10) c

Prepositions on, at in For each sentence, fill in the blank with either on, at, or in. 1. Howard was late again — He never comes ___ time. 2. I have a lot of things to do ___ work today. 3. We bought these clothes ___ sale. 4. What did you learn ___ class today? 5. Hey didn’t I see you ___ the Killers concert? 6. Children! Don’t play ___ the street! It’s dangerous! 7. The most expensive stores are located ___ Fifth Avenue. 8. If someone is always busily moving around, you can say they’re “ ___ the go”. 9. I didn’t like her ___ first, but we ended up becoming friends. 10. I hate standing ___ line. I’m very impatient.

Answers 1) NO PREPOSITION 2) at 3) NO PREPOSITION 4) to 5) NO PREPOSITION 6) on 7) NOPREPOSITION 8) at 9) to 10) NO PREPOSITION

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Reported speech (part 1)

1) on 2) at 3) on 4) in 5) at 6) in 7) on 8) on 9) at 10) in

With reported speech, the pattern is the following: 1. simple present becomes simple past 2. future tenses becomes conditional 3. present continuous becomes past continuous 4. present perfect becomes past perfect 5. commands (ex. come!) become infinitive (ex. to come) Choose the best response.

Prepositions on, at in (part 2) For each sentence, fill in the blank with either on, at, or in. 1. I didn’t like Tom when I met him, but ___ time we became friends. 2. Do it right away! = Do it ___ once! 3. We bought these clothes ___ sale. 4. There are lots of handsome men ___ the navy. 5. Hey didn’t I see you ___ Julie’s party. What’s your name? 6. I usually don’t work ___ weekends. 7. I know you’re my friend, but ___ times you behave like you weren’t. 8. She has everything under control = She is ___ top of things. 9. There was a fire ___ one of the empty apartments. 10. I have very bad vision, especially ___ night.

1. “He will come tomorrow.” She told me that he ___ tomorrow. a) is coming b) will come c) would come 2. “I see the clouds.” He told me that she ___ the clouds. a) sees b) is seeing c) saw 3. “My mother is taking the bus to work tomorrow.” He told me that his mother ___ the bus to work tomorrow. a) is taking b) was taking c) will take 4. “I will call you.” I told her that I ___ her. a) will call b) would call c) would have called 5. “I have been there.” She told me that she ___ there. a) had been b) has been c) was 6. “I will be studying tomorrow.” I told him that I ___ tomorrow. a) will be studying b) would be studying c) will study 7. “Open the window!” He asked me ___ the window. a) to open b) open c) opened 8.”I am happy.” She told me that she ___ happy. a) has been b) is c) was 9. “I have seen that movie.” He told me that he ___ that movie. a) had seen b) will have seen c) has seen 10. “I am flying to India tomorrow.” He told me that he ___ tomorrow. a) is flying b) was flying c) will fly

Answers 1) in 2) at 3) on 4) in 5) at 6) on 7) at 8) on 9) in 10) at

Preposition or no preposition? For each sentence, fill in the blank with the correct response. 1. I am going ___ home in about half an hour. a) NO PREPOSITION b) to c) at 2. I’ve been ___ work for the past two hours. a) NO PREPOSITION b) to c) at 3. I’m going ___ camping this weekend. a) NO PREPOSITION b) to c) at 4. I have to go ___ work in about ten minutes.

Answers 1) c 2) c 3) b 4) b 5) a 6) b 7) a 8) c 9) a 10) b 20


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Reported speech (part 2)

a) did you have b) were you having 8. ___ a good time in Brazil? Yes, I had a blast! a) Were you having b) Did you have 9. We ___ breakfast when she walked into the room. a) had b) were having 10. Last month I decided to buy a new car, and today I finally ___ it. a) bought b) was buying

With reported speech, the pattern is the following: 1. simple present becomes simple past; 2. future tenses becomes conditional; 3. present continuous becomes past continuous; 4. present perfect becomes past perfect; 5. commands (ex. come!) become infinitive (ex. to come). Choose the best response. 1. “She will visit us next week.” She told me that she ___ next week. a) would visit us b) will visit us c) visits us 2. “I talk to my brother every day.” He told me that he ___ to his brother. a) was talking b) talked c) is talking 3. “My friend will help me study.” She told me that her friend ___ her study. a) will help b) helps c) would help 4. “Mary is living in Miami.” My friend told me that Mary ___ in Miami. a) lives b) was living c) is living 5. “I have seen that movie.” She told me that she ___ that movie. a) had seen b) has seen c) saw 6. “I will be in Paris next week.” I told him that I ___ in Paris next week. a) will be b) would be c) am 7. “Turn off the light!” He asked me ___ the light. a) to turned off b) turn off c) to turn off 8.”I am a good dancer.” She told me that she ___ a good dancer. a) is b) was c) will be 9. “I have been to that bar.” He told me that he ___ to that bar. a) had been b) will have been c) is being 10. “I am writing an email to my girlfriend.” He told me that he ___ an email to his girlfriend. a) is writing b) was writing c) writes

Answers 1) was sleeping 2) came 3) were you doing 4) stole 5) talked 6) came 7) did you have 8) Didyou have 9) were having 10) bought

Simple past or present perfect? Choose which verb tense (simple past or present perfect) fits better. 1. I ___ volleyball in several months. a) haven’t played b) didn’t play 2. I ___ you at the party last night. a) haven’t seen b) didn’t see 3. Jack’s sister ___ her friend in London last year. a) has visited b) visited 4. I ___ in a small town in Italy. a) have been born b) was born 5. You ___ her, have you? a) haven’t told b) didn’t tell 6. You ___ her, did you? a) haven’t told b) didn’t tell 7. I ___ in Los Angeles for five years (and I still live there). a) have lived b) lived 8. I ___ in Los Angeles for five years (but I no longer live there). a) have lived b) lived 9. My girlfriend and I ___ three times last week. a) have gone out b) went out 10. I ___ to work every day this week. a) have walked b) walked

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) c 4) b 5) a 6) b 7) c 8) b 9) a 10) b

Simple past or past continuous?

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Choose which verb tense (simple past or past continuous) fits better.

1) haven’t played 2) didn’t see 3) visited 4) haven’t told 5) didn’t tell 6) have lived 7) have lived 8) lived 9) went out 10) have walked

1. I ___ and I didn’t hear you come in. a) was sleeping b) slept 2. I ___ to see her twice, but she wasn’t home. a) was coming b) came 3. What ___? I was watching TV. a) did you do b) were you doing 4. Robin Hood was a character who ___ from the rich and gave to the poor. a) stole b) was stealing 5. Hey, did you talk to her? Yes, I ___ to her a) was talking b) talked 6. I ___ home very late last night. a) came b) was coming 7. How long ___ the flu?

Simple past Fill in each blank space with the simple past tense of the verb in parentheses. Yesterday I (to have) ___ a really bad day. I (to wake) ___ up at 9 o’clock because I (to forget) ___ to set my alarm clock the night before. I (get) ___ up as fast as I (can) ___ and I (to put) ___ on some clothes. I ran into the kitchen and (to make) ___ myself a cup of coffee. Then I ___ (to drink) the coffee 21


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a) some b) any 7. I haven’t seen her for ___ time now. a) some b) any 8. Our order is due to arrive ___ day now. a) some b) any 9. Have you seen my notebook? I can’t find it ___. a) somewhere b) anywhere 10. I haven’t shown you ___ of my photos yet. a) some b) any

very fast and I (to run) ___ to my car. It (to be) ___ a terrible morning!

Answers 1) had 2) woke 3) forgot 4) got 5) could 6) put 7) made 8) drank 9) ran 10) was

Simple present or present continuous?

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Choose which verb tense (simple present or present continuous) fits better.

1) some 2) any 3) Someone 4) some 5) Some 6) any 7) some 8) any 9) anywhere 10) any

1. I always ___ my best. a) try b) am trying 2. I’m sorry, ___ to me? a) are you talking b) did you talk 3. I ___ to the mountains this weekend. a) go b) am going 4. What time ___ lunch? a) do you normally eat b) are you normally eating 5. I have to go to bed early tonight because my train ___ at 6:00 AM tomorrow morning. a) is leaving b) leaves 6. We normally eat lunch at noon, but today ___ at 1. a) we’re eating b) we eat 7. How long ___ the flu. a) did you have b) were you having 8. ___ a good time? Yes, I’m really enjoying this. a) Are you having b) Do you have 9. We ___ breakfast when she walked into the room. a) had b) were having 10. Don’t talk so loudly — Brian ___ to sleep. a) tries b) is trying

Some or any? (part 2) Fill in each blank space with the correct response. 1. Go buy ___ milk! a) some b) any 2. I didn’t see ___ that I knew at the party. a) someone b) anyone 3. ___ told me that she had a boyfriend. a) Someone b) Anyone 4. I wonder if ___ will show up at the meeting. a) someone b) anyone 5. I met her ___ time last summer. a) some b) any 6. ___ reason why you’re so upset? a) Some b) Any 7. I don’t feel like going ___. a) somewhere b) anywhere 8. It’s difficult to live without ___ money whatsoever. a) some b) any 9. I ran into ___ that I didn’t want to see. a) someone b) anyone 10. This test is so easy that ___ can pass it. a) someone b) anyone

Answers 1) try 2) are you talking 3) am going 4) do you normally eat 5) leaves 6) we’re eating 7) did you have 8) Are you having 9) were having 10) is trying

Answers 1) some 2) anyone 3) Someone 4) anyone 5) some 6) Any 7) anywhere 8) any 9) someone 10) anyone

Some or any? Fill in each blank space with the correct response.

There, they’re, their

1. I went to the tourist office to get ___ information. a) some b) any 2. The woman said they didn’t have ___ more applications. a) some b) any 3. ___ called you last night. a) Someone b) Anyone 4. I need ___ time to think about this. a) some b) any 5. ___ day we’ll be together. a) Some b) Any 6. Is there ___ evidence that he’s guilty?

Fill in each blank space with there, they’re or their. 1. I really don’t want to go ___ again. 2. I’m always wrong and ___ always right. 3. I really think that ___ the ones who are responsible for this. 4. I fixed ___ car. 5. I didn’t know ___ would be so many people here. 6. You mean ___ not coming tonight? 7. Robert was ___ only friend. 8. In Los Angeles, people really love ___ cars. 22


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9. Were ___ many people at the game? 10. He didn’t approve of ___ way of life.

1) who 2) whom 3) whose 4) who 5) whom 6) whose 7) who 8) whose 9) who 10) who

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Participles used as adjectives (part 1)

1) there 2) they’re 3) they’re 4) their 5) there 6) they’re 7) their 8) their 9) there 10) their

Past participles “-ed” are used to describe how people feel, while present participles “-ing” are used to describe something that causes the feelings. Choose the correct word.

Whole or all? Fill in each blank space with the correct response.

1. The movie was really ___ (interested/interesting)! 2. I thought it was a good lecture, but I wasn’t very ___ (interested/interesting) in the topic. 3. Our town is so ___ (bored/boring)! There is nothing to do here. 4. Are you ___ (bored/boring) with that game already? 5. Have you heard her laugh? It’s so ___ (annoyed/annoying). 6. I’m really ___ (annoyed/annoying) with one of my coworkers. 7. The city was ___ (damaged/damaging) during the storm. 8. The information was quite ___ (damaged/damaging) to his reputation. 9. I was ___ (amusing/amuse d) by the way she acted. 10. Do you find this type of humour ___ (amusing/amuse d)?

1. I’ve been waiting for you my ___ life. a) whole b) all 2. ___ my life I’ve been waiting for you. a) Whole b) All 3. The storm destroyed ___ neighbourhoods of the city. a) all b) whole 4. She spent ___ day with her new boyfriend. a) the whole b) all the 5. The ___ time she was in France, she never bought a baguette. a) whole b) all 6. He thinks that ___ the people in this city are poor. a) whole b) all 7. ___ town was destroyed by the tornado. a) All b) The whole 8. I can’t believe I ate ___ salad. a) the all b) the whole 9. I can’t believe that I ate ___ strawberries. a) all the b) the whole 10. I’ve travelled across ___ Germany. a) all of b) whole of

Answers 1) interesting 2) interested 3) boring 4) bored 5) annoying 6) annoyed 7) damaged 8) damaging 9) amused 10) amusing

Participles used as adjectives (part 2) Past participles “-ed” are used to describe how people feel, while present participles “-ing” are used to describe something that causes the feelings. Choose the correct word.

Answers 1) whole 2) All 3) whole 4) the whole 5) whole 6) all 7) The whole 8) the whole 9) all the 10) all of

1. This treatment is really great. It makes me feel so ___ (relaxed/relaxing). 2. I didn’t like that movie. I thought it was too ___ (depressed/ depressing). 3. He wasn’t ___ (satisfied/satisfying) with my response. 4. What an ___ (embarrassed/embarrassing) situation! 5. I can’t talk anymore because I’m really ___ (tired/tiring). 6. My grandmother’s ankles were ___ (swelled/swollen) from walking so much. 7. Most of the fans were ___ (disappointing/disappointed) with the concert. 8. This is ___ (excited/exciting) news! 9. His explanation wasn’t very ___ (convinced/convincing). 10. The woman worked for 15 hours straight. She was ___ (exhausting/exhausted).

Who, whom, whose Fill in each blank space with who, whom or whose. 1. Could you please tell me ___ that was? 2. The men, two of ___ were drunk, walked very slowly. 3. The guy ___ computer I was using moved to Spain. 4. I know ___ did it. 5. She didn’t know when the book was written, or by ___. 6. I didn’t know ___ book that was. 7. I don’t know ___ gave you that information, but it’s inaccurate. 8. The police expert was able to determine ___ fingerprints were on the knife. 9. These are some of the people ___ have helped me in the past. 10. I have no idea ___ left the lights on all night. 23


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Phrasal verbs (part 5)

1) relaxed 2) depressing 3) satisfied 4) embarrassing 5) tired 6) swollen 7) disappointed 8) exciting 9) convincing 10) exhausted

Fill in the proper preposition for each phrasal verb. 1. It’s not polite to come ___ (= enter) without knocking. 2. I told her a joke to cheer her ___. (= to make her happier). 3. Please write ___ your email address. 4. You can count ___ me. 5. I look ___ to seeing you soon. 6. Don’t hang ___ the phone. 7.I woke___ at 7. 8. We have to get ___ at the next stop. 9. The frog turned ___ (= became) a prince. 10. I’m sorry it didn’t work ___. (= it wasn’t successful)

Personal pronouns (part 1) Replace the bold word (s) with the correct pronoun (I, you, we, they, it, she, or he). 1. My cousin and her friend were at the mall. ___ were at the mall. 2. Peter is a little sick. ___ is a little sick. 3. Does your aunt know what happened? Does ___ know what happened? 4. The door is locked. ___ is locked. 5. My friend Linda and I are going on a trip. ___ are going on a trip. 6. Am I a good student. Yes, ___ are a good student. 7. My cats are hungry. ___ are hungry. 8. Mr. Jones is a good teacher. ___ is a good teacher. 9. Is Chinese a difficult language. Yes, ___ is a difficult language. 10. My brother and I live together. ___ live together.

Answers 1) in 2) up 3) down 4) on 5) forward 6) up 7) up 8) off 9) into 10) out

Prepositions after adjectives (part 1) Choose the best preposition to use in each of the sentences. 1. I’m not capable ___ that type of behaviour. a) of b) in c) at 2. Smoking is bad ___ you. a) at b) for c) on 3. I’m so angry ___ this! a) about b) with c) to 4. I’m so angry ___ you! a) about b) to c) with 5. She was dressed ___ pink. a) with b) in c) on 6. This restaurant is famous ___ its mussels. a) in b) with c) for 7. George is married ___ a German woman. a) to b) with c) by 8. Are you afraid ___ him? a) of b) to c) on 9. I’m so proud ___ you! a) with b) of c) to 10. We’re not associated ___ that company. a) along b) in c) with

Answers 1) They 2) He 3) she 4) It 5) We 6) you 7) They 8) He 9) it 10) We

Personal pronouns (part 2) Replace the bold word (s) with the correct pronoun (I, you, we, they, it, she, or he). 1. My uncle lives in Mexico City. ___ lives in Mexico City. 2. My friends aren’t coming. ___ aren’t coming. 3. Mrs. Wong is studying English. ___ is studying English. 4. You and I have to talk about the test. ___ have to talk about the test. 5. Can you help me? Yes, ___ can help you. 6. The tree is going to fall. ___ is going to fall. 7. John and his girlfriend had an argument. ___ had an argument. 8. Jim and I are the same age. ___ are the same age. 9. My passport is in my bag. ___ is in my bag. 10. My cousin George just graduated from high school. ___ just graduated from high school.

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) a 4) c 5) b 6) c 7) a 8) a 9) b 10) c

Prepositions after adjectives (part 2)

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Choose the best preposition to use in each of the sentences.

1) He 2) They 3) She 4) We 5) I 6) It 7) They 8) We 9) It 10) He

1. Don’t be cruel ___ him. a) to b) at c) for 2. I’m not being cruel! I’m always nice ___ him. a) at b) to c) for 24


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3. I’m furious (= very angry) with him ___ doing this! a) for b) around c) at 4. She’s not worried ___ her test. a) for b) with c) about 5. Your brother is really good ___ tennis. a) with b) on c) at 6. Who is responsible ___ this mess? a) for b) about c) in 7. Rome is beautiful, but it’s always crowded ___ tourists. a) among b) with c) by 8. I’m ashamed ___ what I did. a) with b) of c) in 9. I’m not really interested ___ this kind of music. a) on b) of c) in 10. Her test was full ___ mistakes. a) with b) of c) off

1) yourselves 2) himself 3) herself 4) myself 5) himself 6) ourselves 7) themselves 8) himself 9) ourselves 10) myself

Common problems in ESL — this, these, there (part 1) Fill in the blanks with this, these, or there. 1. Q: Who are these people? A: ___ are our best students. 2. ___ are many good students in our school. 3. Q: Who is this? A: ___ is my mother. 4. ___ is a good restaurant nearby. 5. ___ book is pretty interesting. 6. ___ are not my shoes. 7. ___ aren’t any good books in the library. 8. ___ books are really old. 9. ___ time I’m going to win the race! 10. ___ isn’t what I expected.

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) a 4) c 5) c 6) a 7) b 8) b 9) c 10) b

Reflexive pronouns (part 1)

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Fill in each blank with the correct reflexive pronoun.

1) these 2) there 3) this 4) there 5) this 6) these 7) there 8) these 9) this 10) this

1. You can’t do this for me — I have to do it ___. 2. Why doesn’t she do it ___? 3. He saw ___ in the mirror. 4. We can’t do this ___. 5. They don’t like ___. 6. Are you going to the mall by ___? 7. She likes to think of ___ as a good person. 8. I can’t see ___ doing that. 9. They talk about ___ all the time. 10. You don’t respect ___.

Common problems in ESL — this, these, there (part 2) Fill in the blanks with this, these, or there. 1. Why are you talking with ___ people? 2. I can’t see why ___ is so important. 3. He told me that ___ were many students here. 4. ___ isn’t much we can do right now. 5. ___ isn’t the right answer. 6. I don’t know why ___ children are laughing. 7. Is ___ anything I can do to help? 8. Is ___ your husband? 9. Are ___ many types of animals in this forest? 10. ___ things happen.

Answers 1) myself 2) herself 3) himself 4) ourselves 5) themselves 6) yourself 7) herself 8) myself 9) themselves 10) yourself

Reflexive pronouns (part 2) Fill in each blank with the correct reflexive pronoun.

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1. Why can’t you guys do it ___? 2. My brother likes to talk about ___. 3. My sister bought a present for ___. 4. I hurt ___ while I was skiing. 5. He never took any classes. He taught ___. 6. We made this card ___. 7. Did they write that essay ___? 8. The man fixed the car ___. 9. Let’s do it ___. 10. I live by ___.

1) these 2) this 3) there 4) There 5) This 6) these 7) there 8) this 9) there 10) These

Auxiliary verbs to be, to do, to have (part 3) Fill in each blank space with the correct auxiliary verb. 1. ___ the teacher explain this properly? a) Did b) Was c) Had 2. ___ the professor angry? 25


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a) Did b) Was c) Had 3. ___ you spoken to him before he called you? a) Had b) Did c) Were 4. If you ___ told me, I would have never found out. a) didn’t b) weren’t c) hadn’t 5. ___ they seeing each other? a) Did b) Had c) Were 6. ___ they continue seeing each other? a) Did b) Had c) Were 7. ___ you learn anything? a) Hadn’t b) Didn’t c) Weren’t 8. ___ he in my American History class? a) Didn’t b) Wasn’t c) Hadn’t 9. I realized that I ___ learned a thing (= anything). a) didn’t b) wasn’t c) hadn’t 10. ___ your sister living in Paris for a while? a) Hadn’t b) Wasn’t c) Didn’t

5. You ___ on your test if you don’t study. a) won’t do well b) don’t do well 6. They won’t know the truth if you ___ them. a) won’t tell b) don’t tell 7. If I bake a cake, ___ have some? a) will you b) do you 8. If he ___ you, will you answer the phone? a) will call b) calls 9. If you don’t go to the party I ___ very upset. a) am b) will be 10. If you get a haircut you ___ much better. a) will look b) look

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The passive voice (part 1)

1) a 2) b 3) a 4) c 5) c 6) a 7) b 8) b 9) c 10) b

Each of the sentences below is in the PASSIVE VOICE. Write the correct form of each verb in brackets.

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) b 4) a 5) a 6) b 7) a 8) b 9) b 10) a

Contractions (part 1)

1. Tom was ___ many times to stop talking in class. (tell) 2. He was ___ by the movie. (disappoint) 3. He was ___ by his brother to go to the beach. (convince) 4. The present was ___ to her by her co-worker. (give) 5. The thief was ___ by the police. (catch) 6. This book is being ___ by all the students. (rea d) 7. “Jitterbug Perfume” was ___ by Tom Robbins. (write) 8. A new shopping mall is going to be ___ in Pasadena. (build) 9. Many mistakes were ___ by the students. (make) 10. The meeting was ___ in the conference room. (hold)

Rewrite each of the following sentences, substituting the bolded phrase with its contraction: Iam from Thailand. = I’m from Thailand. 1) She is from Germany. = ___ from Germany. 2) We have not seen that movie. = We ___ seen that movie. 3) Joes does not speak Spanish. = John ___ speak Spanish. 4) We have tried to explain this to him. = ___ tried to explain this to him. 5) I will not call them. = I ___ call them. 6) They are not coming here. = They ___ coming here. 7) I cannot understand her. = I ___ understand her. 8) You are my best friend. = ___ my best friend. 9) I have seen that man before. = ___ seen that man before. 10) We could not come last night. = We ___ come last night.

Answers 1) told 2) disappointed 3) convinced 4) given 5) caught 6) read 7) written 8) built 9) made 10) held

The passive voice (part 2)

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The first sentence is in the ACTIVE VOICE. Choose the most correct way of saying the same thing in the PASSIVE VOICE.

1) She’s 2) haven’t 3) doesn’t 4) We’ve 5) won’t 6) aren’t 7) can’t 8) You’re 9) I’ve 10) couldn’t

1. They were interviewing her for the job. She ___ for the job. a) was being interviewed b) was interviewed c) has been interviewed 2. Tom is writing the letter. The letter ___ by Tom. a) was written b) is being written c) has been written 3. Everyone understands English. English ___ by everyone. a) is understood b) has been understood c) was understood 4. The employees brought up this issue during the meeting. This issue ___ by the employees during the meeting. a) has been brought up b) is brought up c) was brought up 5. The professor told him not to talk in class. He ___ by the professor not to talk in class. a) has been told b) was told c) was being told 6. They say that women are smarter than men. Women ___ to be smarter than men.

Conditionals: the first conditional structure (part 1) Choose the correct response for each of the sentences. 1. If you ___ greasy food, you will become fat. a) eat b) will eat 2. If your sister goes to Paris, she ___ a good time. a) has b) will have 3. If he ___ that, he will be sorry. a) will do b) does 4. If I leave now, I ___ in New York by 8:00 PM. a) will arrive b) arrive 26


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The passive voice: passive voice sentences in the simple past (part 1)

a) were being said b) were said c) are said 7. The fire has destroyed the house. The house ___ by the fire. a) has been destroyed b) was being destroyed c) is destroyed 8. She would have told you. You ___ by her. a) would have been told b) would be told c) were being told 9. She would reject the offer. The offer ___ by her. a) will have been rejected b) would be rejected c) will be rejected 10. This surprises me. I ___ by this. a) would have been surprised b) will be surprised c) am surprised

Fill in the blanks to change each active voice sentence into a passive voice sentence: Henry Miller wrote that book. — That book was written by Henry Miller. 1. The president gave John an award. — John ___ an award by the president. 2. Everyone saw them. — They ___ by everyone. 3. The police brought him here. — He ___ here by the police. 4. The fire-fighters saved the women. — The women ___ by the fire-fighters. 5. All the students understood the explanation. — The explanation ___ by all the students. 6. Mrs. Richardson filed two complaints. — Two complaints ___ by Mrs. Richardson. 7. That man stole my wallet. — My wallet ___ by that man. 8. Everyone knew them. — They ___ by everyone. 9. A snake bit him. — He ___ by a snake. 10. Thomas and his brother built that house. — That house ___ by Thomas and his brother.

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) a 4) c 5) b 6) c 7) a 8) a 9) b 10) c

The passive voice (part 3) The first sentence is in the ACTIVE VOICE. Choose the most correct way of saying the same thing in the PASSIVE VOICE. 1. They passed me up for that position. I ___ for that position. a) was passed up b) was being passed up c) am passed up 2. By tomorrow, I will have bought the car. By tomorrow, the car ___ by me. a) was being bought b) will have been bought c) was bought 3. John bought the Picasso painting. The Picasso painting ___ by John. a) was bought b) will have been bought c) is bought 4. Most students misunderstand this story. This story ___ by most students. a) was misunderstood b) has been misunderstood c) is misunderstood 5. My brother carried the groceries into room. The groceries ___ by my brother into the room. a) were being carried b) have been carried c) were carried 6. Juan is preparing the enchiladas. The enchiladas ___ by Juan. a) are being prepared b) were being prepared c) are prepared 7. His brother was telling him to calm down. He ___ to calm down by his brother. a) is being told b) was being told c) is told 8.Adogbitme. I ___ by a dog. a) was being bitten b) was bitten c) have been bitten 9. The movers have delivered the furniture. The furniture ___ by the movers. a) will have been delivered b) would be delivered c) has been delivered 10. This city will surprise you. You ___ by this city. a) are surprised b) will be surprised c) will have been surprised

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1) are washed 2) are fed 3) is prepared 4) is cleaned 5) are paid 6) are trimmed 7) is set 8) are watered 9) is done 10) are driven

1) was given 2) were seen 3) was brought 4) were saved 5) was understood 6) were filed 7) was stolen 8) were known 9) was bitten 10) was built

The passive voice: passive voice sentences in the simple present (part 1) Everyone in the house has a task that he or she normally does. Describe what everyone does, changing each active voice sentence into a passive voice sentence: John buys the food. — The food is bought by John. 1. Thomas washes the dishes. — The dishes ___ by Thomas. 2. Frank feeds the dogs. — The dogs ___ by Frank. 3. Maria prepares the food. — The food ___ by Maria. 4. David cleans the kitchen. — The kitchen ___ by David. 5. My father pays the bills. — The bills ___ by my father. 6. The gardener trims the bushes. — The bushes ___ by the gardener. 7. Helen sets the table. — The table ___ by Helen. 8. My mother waters the plants. — The plants ___ by my mother. 9. Arthur does the laundry. — The laundry ___ by Arthur. 10. My uncle drives us to school. — We ___ to school by my uncle.

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Past participles (part 1)

6. GEORGE: “Feed the cat!” GEORGE asked his girlfriend ___. 7. MR. STEPHENS: “Buy me some milk!” Mr. Stephens told me ___ some milk. 8. VICTORIA: “Leave me alone!” Victoria told her friend ___ alone.

Fill in each blank space with the correct past participle for each verb. write — written. 1. sing: ___ 2. know: ___ 3. try: ___ 4. believe: ___ 5. study: ___ 6. see: ___ 7. fall: ___ 8. laugh: ___ 9. cry: ___ 10. understand: ___

Answers 1) not to play in front of her window 2) to come back in one hour 3) to call him in the evening 4) to come with them 5) not to say that 6) to feed the cat 7) to buy some milk 8) to leave her alone

Reported speech in English: mixed tenses (part 3)

Answers 1) sung 2) known 3) tried 4) believed 5) studied 6) seen 7) fallen 8) laughed 9) cried 10) understood

Choose the best (most grammatically correct) response to complete each sentence. Remember — all of these examples have the reporting verb (said, told, etc.) in the PAST.

Past participles (part 2)

1. “My grandfather is going to cook dinner for us.” She told me that her grandfather ___ dinner for us. a) would cook b) was cooking c) cooks 2. “I loved him very much.” My sister told me that she ___ him very much. a) was loving b) loved c) would love 3. “Marta is learning Vietnamese.” He told me that Marta ___ Vietnamese. a) will learn b) is learning c) was learning 4. “I’ve been to Greece.” My friend told me that he ___ to Greece. a) been b) had been c) was 5. “I’ll talk to the general about this.” The colonel said that he ___ to the general about this. a) would talk b) will talk c) talked 6. “Tell me your name.” She asked me ___ her my name. a) tell b) to tell c) told 7. “I run a successful design studio.” Victor told the man that he ___ a successful design studio. a) running b) was running c) ran 8. “I am a good dancer.” She told me that she ___ a good dancer. a) is b) was c) will be 9. “I have been to that bar.” He told me that he ___ to that bar. a) had been b) will have been c) is being 10. “I am writing an email to my girlfriend.” He told me that he ___ an email to his girlfriend. a) is writing b) was writing c) writes

Fill in each blank space with the correct past participle for each verb. write — written. 1. bring: ___ 2. say: ___ 3. tell: ___ 4. drive: ___ 5. take: ___ 6. walk: ___ 7. come: ___ 8. paint: ___ 9. go: ___ 10. finish: ___

Answers 1) brought 2) said 3) told 4) driven 5) taken 6) walked 7) come 8) painted 9) gone 10) finished

Reported speech in English: commands (part 1) Complete each sentence pair by “reporting” what was said in the first sentence. Fill in any words that are missing: JOHN: “Go away!” John told us to go away. 1. MRS. SMITH: “Don’t play in front of my window!” Mrs. Smith told us ___ 2. YOUR MOTHER: “Come back in one hour.” Your mother told me ___. 3. TOM: “Call me in the evening.” Tom told us ___. 4. YOU: “Come with us!” They told Mary ___. 5. HEATHER: “Don’t say that!” HEATHER told you ___.

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Conditionals: the second conditional structure (part 1)

6. He wouldn’t say that if he ___ it. a) wouldn’t mean b) didn’t mean 7. I ___ on a trip around the world if I won the lottery. a) would go b) will go 8. I ___ that if I were you. a) will not do b) would not do 9. If these walls ___ thicker, we wouldn’t hear the neighbours. a) would be b) were 10. If I were a millionaire, ___ a mansion. a) I’d buy b) I’m going to buy

The second conditional is used to talk about unreal situations in the present (things that are impossible, that won’t happen, etc.). Choose the correct response for each of the sentences. 1. If my grandfather were younger, He ___ so many things. a) wouldn’t forget b) didn’t forget 2. If I ___ more money, I would buy a new car. a) would have b) had 3. If she had an umbrella, she ___ wet. a) wouldn’t get b) didn’t get 4. If we ___ a car, we would get there in 30 minutes. a) would have b) had 5. I ___ more careful if I were you. a) would be b) were 6. If animals could talk, I wonder what they ___? a) said b) would say 7. If she ___ harder, she would make more money. a) will work b) worked 8. If he changed jobs, He ___ much happier. a) will be b) would be 9. If it wasn’t raining, we ___ to the beach. a) would go b) will go 10. You wouldn’t feel so tired if you ___ more. a) will sleep b) slept

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) b 4) a 5) a 6) b 7) a 8) b 9) b 10) a

Conditionals: the third conditional structure The third conditional is used to talk about unreal situations in the past (things that were impossible, that didn’t happen, etc.). Choose the correct response for each of the sentences. 1. If she hadn’t told him, he ___. a) will never find out b) would have never found out 2. I ___ this is you hadn’t asked me. a) would never have done b) didn’t do 3. If I ___ about this, I would have told you. a) know b) had known 4. If they ___ to rest they would not have been so tired. a) have stopped b) had stopped 5. I ___ that he’s 38 years old if he hadn’t told me. a) wouldn’t have guessed b) didn’t guess 6. If I hadn’t seen that movie last week, I ___ to see it with you yesterday. a) would go b) would have gone 7. If you ___ the money that you owe me, I would have been able to go out last night. a) had returned b) returned 8. Thomas wouldn’t have bought the jacket if it ___ on sale. a) hadn’t been b) wouldn’t be 9. If you ___ me, I wouldn’t have known about the party. a) haven’t called b) hadn’t called 10. Tina would have called you if you ___ her your number. a) would give b) had given

Answers 1) a 2) b 3) a 4) b 5) a 6) b 7) b 8) b 9) a 10) b

Conditionals: the second conditional structure (part 2) The second conditional is used to talk about unreal situations in the present (things that are impossible, that won’t happen, etc.). Choose the correct response for each of the sentences. 1. If his nose were smaller, he ___ very handsome. a) would be b) was 2. I would come if I ___ a car. a) would have b) had 3. If she ___, she would tell him. a) knows b) knew 4. If his parents didn’t give him money, he ___ so much. a) wouldn’t go out b) didn’t go out 5. If she ___ me, she would have told me. a) didn’t believe b) wouldn’t believe

Answers 1) b 2) a 3) b 4) b 5) a 6) b 7) a 8) a 9) b 10) b

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