NOTES /SOLVED EXERCISES: FULL BLAST 3 KSA EDITION STUDENT’S BOOK (INTERMEDIATE (المتوسطۃ) STAGE) 2016-17 (INCLUDING WORKBOOK & GRAMMAR BOOK)

NOTES /SOLVED EXERCISES:

 FULL BLAST 3 KSA EDITION STUDENT’S BOOK

(INTERMEDIATE (المتوسطۃ) STAGE) 2016-17

 (INCLUDING WORKBOOK & GRAMMAR BOOK)

 

1 ROUND-UP

VOCABULARY

  1. CROSS OUT THE ODD WORD. THEN ADD ONE MORE.
  2. Maths — Net — Art — Biology
  3. chubby – shy — active — helpful
  4. skirt — jeans — boots — shirt —
  5. fridge — carpet — dishwasher — cooker –
ANSWERS: 1. cross out: Net add: Geography, Physics, etc.

2. cross out: chubby add: outgoing, lazy, etc.

3. cross out: boots add: leggings, jumper, etc.

4. cross out: carpet add: washing machine, hoover, etc.

 

  1. MATCH
1. have

2. go

3. wash

4. talk

5. do

6. read

7. surf

a. skateboarding

b. on the phone

c. arts and crafts

d. fun

e. newspapers

f. the Net

g. the car

ANSWERS:

1. d

2. a

3. g

4. b

5. c

6. e

7. f

 

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. l hoover the carpet / windows twice a week.
  3. Emad has PE / Chemistry now so he’s in the science lab.
  4. Mr Adams is very shy / outgoing. All the students like him.
  5. l don’t like chatting on the phone. It’s boring / lazy.
  6. This year were learning / exercising about Britain at school.
Answers:

 1. carpet

2. Chemistry

3. outgoing

4. boring

5. learning

 

GRAMMAR

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PRESENT SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. A: How often————you———— (hang out) with your friends?

B: About three times a week. But we——————  (talk) on the phone for hours every day.

  1. School ——————-(start) at 8:30 every day and——————-(finish) at 3pm.
  2. A: —————–Tom————– (wear) belts?

B: No. He——————- (not like) accessories.

ANSWERS:

 1. do … hang out, talk

2. starts, finishes

3. Does … wear, doesn’t like

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN THE BOX.

not watch, iron, check out, help ,do, Clean

  1. A: Hey, what————- you?

B:I —————- some new computer games.

  1. Anna and Mary—————— TV at the moment. They their mother with the housework. Mary clothes and the windows.
ANSWERS:

1. are … doing, ’m checking out

2. aren’t watching, are helping, is ironing, is cleaning

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. A: Where is Omar? Does he watch / ls he watching TV again?

B: No. He plays/is playing table tennis with his brother. They love/are loving sports.

  1. Daniel doesn’t study / isn’t studying now. He plays / is playing computer games with his friend. They always play / are playing computer games in the evenings.
ANSWERS:

 1. Is he watching, is playing, love

2. isn’t studying, is playing, play

 

  1. PUT THE WORDS IN ORDER TO MAKE SENTENCES.
  2. my mother / does / often /the washing-up /. ________________
  3. a your/day/always/brush / you/do/twice / . _____________________teeth/?
  4. never / the / takes/rubbish/Leo/out /.____________________
ANSWERS:

 1. My mother often does the washing-up.

2. Do you always brush your teeth twice a day?

3. Leo never takes out the rubbish. / Leo never takes the rubbish out.

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. l enjoy play/playing table tennis with my friends in the evenings.
  3. Andy wants join / to join an ice-hockey team.
  4. My mother can’t stand wearing/to wear earrings
  5. I’d like making/to make my own clothes.
ANSWERS:

1. playing

2. to join

3. wearing

4. to make

 

COMMUNICATION

  1. MATCH, THEN LISTEN AND CHECK YOUR ANSWERS.
1. What does Mohammed look like?

2. What is your brother like?

3. Would you like to join the skateboard club?

4. How often do you tidy your room?

5. What is Amy doing now?

a. Twice a week.

b. She’s cooking.

c. He’s friendly and active.

d. He’s tall and slim

e. I’d love to.

ANSWERS:

1. a

2. e

3. b

4. d

5. c

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 ROUND-UP VOCABULARY

  1. MATCH
1. explore

2. go on

3. do

4. buy

5. go

a. hiking

b. a trip

c. souvenirs

d. a cave

e. an experiment

ANSWERS: 1. d

2. b

3. e

4. c

5. a

 

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. We went to the restaurant by/on foot.
  3. A: Yesterday at school we did a brilliant experiment / invention!

B: Wow, that’s cool / horrible.

  1. The sailors were very crowded / excited when they reached the coast.
  2. The trip / voyage to the museum was interesting.
  3. it’s a good thing to keep family networks / traditions.
  4. in the past, a bridge connected / carried the two countries.
  5. The water in the swimming pool was a bit cold, but l didn’t hope / mind.
  6. I need to speak to Mr Noland immediately / probably
ANSWERS:

 1. on

2. experiment, cool

3. excited

4. trip

5. traditions

6. connected

7. mind

8. immediately

 

GRAMMAR

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PAST SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. Harry —————– (visit) his cousins in Rome last month. He —————– (go) sightseeing and he—————– (learn) a lot about the history of Italy.
  3. A: What —————– you—————– (do) last night?

B: We —————– (have) dinner at a Chinese restaurant.

A: Really? —————– you—————–  (like) it?

B: Yeah. The food —————– (be) fantastic and we—————–  (be) all very happy but l —————– (not can) stay long.

  1. We —————– (not manage) to find a taxi so we —————– (take) the bus to the city centre.
ANSWERS:

 1. visited, went, learnt/learned

2. did … do, had, Did … like, was, were, couldn’t

3. didn’t manage, took

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES BELOW. USE THE PRESENT SIMPLE OR THE PAST SIMPLE AND THE VERBS IN THE BOX.

not travel  go  be  walk  visit

  1. Last year my brother————— to school but now he —————– on his bike.
  2. My parents—————– abroad in the past. but now they do.
  3. When/was a child, l —————– my grandparents at the weekend.
  4. When l was young, l —————– afraid of cats. l was so silly.
ANSWERS:

1. walked, goes

2. didn’t travel

3. visited

4. was

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH ADVERBS.

USE THE ADJECTIVES IN BRACKETS TO FORM ADVERBS.

  1. Look —————————————– (careful). Can you see the spider?
  2. l always go to bed ———————————— (late) on Thursdays.
  3. My grandfather walks ————-(slow) but he doesn’t get tired ————-(easy).
  4. Ted can drive a car very —————– (good) and he‘s only eighteen!
ANSWERS:

 1. carefully

2. late

3. slowly, easily

4. well

 

 

 

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH PERSONAL PRONOUNS.
  2. We’ve got a new PE teacher at school, Mr Jones. —————– is brilliant. We all like—————–
  3. l saw Laura today and l asked——————————- about the cruise.
  4. —————–took lots of pictures on our Would you like to see took lots of pictures on our holiday.
 ANSWERS:

 1. He, him

2. her

3. We, them

 

COMMUNICATION

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE SENTENCES A-E. THEN

LISTEN AND CHECK YOUR ANSWERS.

  1. How long did you go for?
  2. To be honest, l don’t like the sea.
  3. I’m only joking!
  4. Well,/almost fell into the sea because of a kid!
  5. Actually, l didn’t.

JAKE Hey, Peter! Where were you last week?

PETER l went on a cruise.

JAKE (l)——————-

PETER Three days.

JAKE Did you have a good time?

PETER (2) it was terrible.

JAKE But why? Cruises are exciting. l love the seal

PETER (3)—————– l can’t swim.

JAKE Oh, l didn’t know that. And what happened?

PETER (4)———– He wanted to skateboard on deck! it was a very frightening experience.

JAKE That’s horrible! Listen, Peter, let’s go swimming later.

PETER Jake!

JAKE (5)—————–

ANSWERS:

1. a

2. e

3. b

4. d

5. c.

3 ROUND-UP

VOCABULARY

  1. CROSS OUT THE ODD WORD. THEN ADD ONE MORE.
  2. shocked – angry — worried – locked ____________
  3. bush – ankle — finger — wrist — __________
  4. popcorn — doughnut — crisps — blood — ___________
  5. windy — quickly — fortunately — finally __________ .
ANSWERS:

 1.locked     add: surprised, frightened, etc.

2. bush       add: back, knee, etc.

3. blood      add: milkshake, candy floss, etc.

4. windy     add: unfortunately, luckily, etc.

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. I crashed into a tree yesterday. Fortunately /unfortunately someone saw me and screamed /called for an ambulance immediately.
  3. My mum was on a pavement / Ladder cleaning the windows when she slipped and fell. Luckily /Suddenly she didn’t break anything.
  4. A: It’s very dark / shadow in this cave. Let’s do outside.

B: Why? Are you surprised / frightened?

  1. Last month Mark missed / lost his keys twice and he got a stuck / flat tyre three tirnes.
  2. There’s a huge prize / queue for the ferris wheel. Let’s go to the bumper cars.
  3. When Jude heard about the accident, she was shocked / embarrassed.
ANSWERS:

1. Fortunately, called

2. ladder, Luckily

3. dark, frightened

4. lost, flat

5. queue

6. shocked

 

GRAMMAR

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PAST PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN THE BOX.

not sleep buy show talk wait

1.Tina—————– for me outside the shop while I————– souvenirs.

  1. The boys——————- about the school trip all day yesterday!
  2. A: What—————- Andrea———– you when/saw you in the bark yesterday?

B: Pictures from her holiday.

  1. My uncle called us very late last night, but we—————-
ANSWERS:

1. was waiting, was buying

2. were talking

3. was … showing

4. weren’t sleeping

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PAST SIMPLE OR THE PAST PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. Alan —————–(slip) on a banana skin and——————– (fall clown) while he ———————-(walk) to school today.
  3. The kids —————(swim) when suddenly they —————(see) a shark.
  4. l—————–(listen) to the radio when my parents —————–(get) back from their trip. That’s why l ————–(not hear) them.
 ANSWERS:

1. slipped, fell down, was walking

2. were swimming, saw

3. was listening, got, didn’t hear

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH SOME, ANY OR NO.
  2. There isn’t ————————– milk left. Would you like——————- tea?
  3. A: Aunt Fay gave me —————————————Mum cake. it’s in the fridge.

B: Hey. There’s ———————————— cake in the fridge. Who ate it?

ANSWERS:

1. any, some

2. some, no

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. we have any / no plants in our classroom. The teacher wants to buy some / no plants, teacher wants to buy some / no plants.
  3. A: what’s that noise? B: I think any / some cats are plying in the garden.
  4. Have you on some/any books on Saudi Arabia?
  5. l am thirsty, but I’ve got no / some cold water in the fridge.
  6. Are there some / any food stands around here?
  7. He has no/some time for shopping today.
ANSWERS:

 1. no, some

2. some

3. any

4. no

5. any

6. no

COMMUNICATION

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE SENTENCES A-D. THEN

LISTEN AND CHECK YOUR ANSWERS.

  1. l don’t think so.
  2. Hang on a minute.
  3. Well, what do you mean?
  4. l don’t believe you.

A: Hey, Jack. Something really scary happened yesterday.

B: (1)—————

A: Believe it or not a wild animal was in my garden.

B: (2) ,————— Maybe it was just a cat.

A: No, the thing l saw was bigger than a cat.

B: Oh come on. (3)—————-

A: But l saw a big shadow and

B: Maybe it was your brother or someone else.

A: (4) —————

ANSWERS:

 1. c

2. b

3. d

4. a

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 ROUND-UP

VOCABULARY

  1. MATCH
1. outer

2. car

3. pedestrian

4. post

5. bus

6.travel

7. stop

8. solar

a. office

b. sign

c. space

d. system

e. park

f. crossing

g. stop

h. agent

ANSWERS: 1. C

2. e

3. f

4. a

5. g

6. h

7. b

8. d

 

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE WORDS IN THE BOX.

block   stamps   comfortable   post   ideal    planet   neighbourhood   caravan

  1. My aunt and uncle bought a(n) and ——————– travelled around the country last summer.
  2. This island is the—————– place for your holiday.
  3. Linda lives in a(n)————— of flats in the city centre, and it’s very noisy there.
  4. l think Saturn is the most beautiful————— .
  5. We need to————— this letter but we haven’t got any stamps.
  6. That sofa doesn’t look very —————-.
  7. I’m going to the post office because l need to buy some ———————.
  8. My——————- is really noisy. l can’t stand living there.
ANSWERS:

 1. caravan

2. ideal

3. block

4. planet

5. post

6. comfortable

7. stamps

8. neighbourhood

GRAMMAR

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.

A: Excuse me, where’s the chemists?

B: It’s on Baker Road. (1) through/between a newsagents and a bookshop.

A: ls it far?

B: No, it’s about five minutes (2) out of / from here. Go (3) down/through Palm Street and turn right (4) to / into Malcolm Road. Walk (5) up/towards this road, go (6) around/past the supermarket and turn left (7) behind/at the traffic lights. That’s Baker Road. The chemists is (8) in/on your left. (9) next/opposite to a newsagent.

ANSWERS:

 1. between

2. from

3. down

4. into

5. up

6. past

7. at

8. on

9. next

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.

1.I need to go shopping. May / Could you come me?

  1. A: Is Mike joining us?

B:/don’t know. He’s got a lot of homework so he might/can stay at home.

  1. It’s a very cold day today. It can/may snow.
  2. May / I Can you borrow your red dress, please?
  3. Ted’s house can / might be that one, but I’m not sure.
ANSWERS:

1. Could

2. might

3. may

4. May I

5. might

 

 

 

 

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUES WITH THE CORRECT FORM OF THE ADJECTIVES IN BRACKETS.
  2. A: So. what do you think? The blue or the yellow bags?

B: Well. the yellow bag is (1)————— (nice) than the blue bag, but it’s (2) —————(small). But look at that price! Maybe the blue bag is (3)—————-(good). The yellow bag is much (4) ————— (expensive) than the blue bag.

A: Look, maybe we need to find something

(5)—————– (cheap) than this. It’s probably the (6)——————(expensive) thing in this shop!

A: So. are you coming to the beach with us?                                                                       B:I don’t know. It’s a bit cold today.

A: What? It’s (7)————(hot) than it was yesterday and (8) ———– (sunny), too.

B: Really? And where are you going?

A: To Blue Bay Beach.

B: But that’s the (9)—————– (popular) beach around here! it’s always (I0) ———————–(crowded) than the other beaches.

A: The Blue Bay may be (11)—————- (crowded) and (I2)——————- (noisy) than the other beaches but it is the (13)——————- (nice) of all!

ANSWERS:

1. nicer

2. smaller

3. better

4. more expensive

5. cheaper

6. most expensive

7. hotter

8. sunnier

9. most popular

10. more crowded

11. more crowded

12. noisier

13. nicest

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMMUNICATION

  1. MATCH THEN LISTEN AND CHECK YOUR ANSWERS.
1. May I see your ticket, please?

2. THANKS for your help.

3. How do I get to the market?

4. Which sights can we visit?

5. What’s the museum like?

6. Need some help?

7. Why do you want to be alone?

a. The castle and museum.

b. Yes, please.

c. Go straight on, towards the stall

d. I want some peace and quiet.

e. It’s more interesting

than the aquarium.

f. You’re welcome,

g. Here you are.

ANSWERS: 1. g

2. f

3. c

4. a

5. e

6. b

7. d

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WORKBOOK

1 ROUND-UP

 

  1. WRITE:
  2. three school subjects:

ANSWER:

  1. three items of clothing;

ANSWER:

  1. three household appliances:

ANSWER:

  1. three adjectives describing personality

ANSWER:

  1. three adjectives describing physical appearance;

ANSWER:

ANSWERS:

 1. History, Physics, Geography

2. jumper, shirt, skirt

3. iron, hoover, cooker

4. lazy, outgoing, shy

5. chubby, good looking, slim

 

  1. MATCH
1. iron

2. do

3. brush

4. tidy

5. read

6. go

7. chat

8. play

a. my teeth

b. rollerblasting

c. the clothes

d. the washing-up

e. table tennis

f. magazines

g. my room

h. on the phone

ANSWERS:

 1. c

2. d

3. a

4. g

5. f

6. b

7. h

8. e

 
  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PRESENT SIMPLE OR THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.

  1. A: How often —————-Jim and Carl ——————-(go) to the gym?

B: They ——————(go) three times a week.

  1. A: What you——————- (do) now?

B: I ———————-(draw) a flower.

  1. A: —————Mary ————— (cook) at the moment?

B: No, she ——————-(not cook). She —————–(download) information from the Net.

  1. A:————– All————– (get) home at 9 pm every day?

B: No, he usually—————–(come) at 6 pm.

  1. A: Ian and I —————(paint) our house these days.

B: ————–you————— (paint) your house once a year?

A: No. We (not need) to paint the house every year.

  1. A: My friends and/usually (play) baseball on Saturdays.

B:/(not like) baseball, but I (love) basketball.

ANSWERS:

1. do… go, go

2. are… doing, ’m drawing

3. Is… cooking, isn’t cooking, ’s downloading

4. Does… get, comes

5. are painting, Do… paint, don’t need

6. play, don’t like, love

 

  1. CHOOSE A, B OR C.
  2. Derek to the park.
  3. never go b. goes never c. never goes
  4. The rollerblading competition is June.
  5. in b. on c. at

3.I like hanging out with my friends school.

  1. after b. on c. till
  2. Tony doesn’t usually play computer games weekdays.
  3. in b. before c. on
  4. Paul does the washing. He hates housework.
  5. never b. always c. usually
  6. Leena helps her friends. She’s a very helpful person.
  7. never b. sometimes c. always
  8. I clean the windows times a month.
  9. once b. three c. twice
  10. A: do you watch TV? B: In the evening.
  11. How often b. When c. What
  12. Every Thursday Omar goes to the table tennis club and stays there three o’clock.
  13. on b. till c. at
ANSWERS: 1. c

2. a

3. a

4. c

5. a

6. c

7. b

8. b

9. b

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS

I want ——————– (buy) a new mobile phone.

Maria and Sally love ——————–  (do) arts and crafts.

  1. We can’t stand ——————– (watch) football on TV.
  2. A: Would you like —————— (go) skateboarding in the afternoon?

B: Sorry. I hate ——————– (go) skateboarding.

  1. I enjoy——————– (spend) my free time with my sisters.
  2. Larry likes ——————– (read) a newspaper in the afternoon.
ANSWERS:

1. to buy

2. doing

3. watching

4. to go, going

5. spending

6. reading

  1. READ THE E-MAIL AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.

Hi Holly,

I can’t meet you this weekend because every Saturday my friend Charlotte and/get together and make our own accessories. We make earrings, belts and hats. It’s great fun. We go to the city centre and buy hats and then we draw on them. It’s very easy. It’s like doing arts and crafts. We want to open a shop when we finish school.

Charlotte is fun to hang out with. She’s active and outgoing. We do lots of things together. We play computer games three times a week and on Fridays we play board games at Charlotte’s house. Charlotte isn’t very good at board games, so/usually win. She’s also very clever and sometimes helps me with my Maths

homework.

Write back soon.

Love,

Julie

  1. Can Julie meet Holly at the weekend?
  2. What does Julie do on Saturdays?
  3. What do the girls buy from the city centre?
  4. What is Charlotte like?
  5. ls Charlotte good at board games?
  6. Who is good at Maths?
 ANSWERS:

1. No, she can’t.

2. She gets together with her friend, Charlotte, and they make their own Accessories.

3. They buy hats.

4. She’s fun, active, outgoing and clever.

5. No, she isn’t.

6. Charlotte is good at Maths.

  1. CHOOSE A OR B.
  2. Why are you wearing that shirt?
  3. It’s free. b. l like it.
  4. Check out my new shoes.
  5. At the end of the day. b. Wow!
  6. Do you enjoy going out?
  7. Yes. it’s great fun. b. Yes. They look good.
  8. l don’t like your new boots.
  9. Don’t worry. b. But they’re in fashion.
  10. What does he look like?
  11. He’s got curly fair hair and green eyes. b. He’s very lazy and shy.
  12. What a mess!
  13. Let’s help Tom tidy his room. b. What’s up?
ANSWERS:

1. b

2. b

3. a

4. b

5. a

6. a

2 ROUND-UP P:

 

  1. CHOOSE a or b.
  2. I’m not a student. I’m a teacher.
  3. Actually b. immediately
  4. The telephone is a very important
  5. invention b. experiment
  6. My brother doesn’t live in London
  7. in the past b. any more
  8. We had lunch at an restaurant yesterday.
  9. expensive b. annoying
  10. The Tower of London is a building in the UK.
  11. wrong b. famous
  12. Ryan is l love spending time with him.
  13. frightening b. wonderful
ANSWERS: 1. A

2. a

3. b

4. a

5. b

6. b

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE PAST SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN THE BOX.

 explore buy go cook not leave decide not take find    explore   buy   go   cook   not leave   decide   not take

  1. ________you ________ any souvenirs from London?
  2. We ______ early in the morning so we were late.

3.l _________ a cat outside the internet cafe yesterday and l ______________ to take it home.

  1. A: ______ Sylvia _______ last night?

B: Yeah Her food was delicious.

  1. Saleh ______ pictures because he couldn’t find his camera.
  2. Last summer my cousins and l _________ to Thailand on holiday and we ________ some amazing.
ANSWERS:

1. Did… buy

2. didn’t leave

3. found, decided

4. Did… cook

5. didn’t take

6. went, explored

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE WORDS IN THE BOX.

good   well   terrible   carefully   terribly careful

  1. l don’t feel very———————– today. l think l need to see a doctor.
  2. He closed the door————————— and left the room.
  3. l don’t think Oliver can become an artist. He paints —————————-.
  4. Michael is a very —————————student and a nice person. All his teachers like him.
  5. l read this————————- book last month. l didn’t like it.
  6. Please be————————– around here. It isn’t very safe.
ANSWERS:

 1. well

2. carefully

3. terribly

4. good

5. terrible

6. careful

 

  1. COMPLETE USING PERSONAL PRONOUNS.
  2. Are Nell and Jason there? Tell —————————-I’m coming.
  3. When Hussein calls, can you give ————————-my mobile phone number?
  4. These are my friends, Martha and lrene. —————–are here for the weekend.
  5. Please make —————————–some tea. We are cold.
  6. Jake Smith is a History teacher.——————— likes ancient History very much.
  7. Don’t tell——————————- what is in the bag. l like surprises.
ANSWERS:

 1. them

2. him

3. They

4. us

5. He

6. me

 

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH CAN, COULD, CAN’T OR COULDN’T.
  2. A: How many languages—————————– you speak?

B: Only English.

  1. I ——————————–swim three years ago, but now/can
  2. A: This is my painting.

B: But you—————————– paint two years ago.

A:I———————————- paint then, but now I—————————–

  1. ————————you ride a bike when you were five years old?
  2. When she was two, my sister——————————— talk, but I could.
  3. A;——————— you cook Chinese food?

B: No, I ———————- But/can cook Mexican food.

ANSWERS:

 1. can

2. couldn’t

3. couldn’t, couldn’t, can

4. Could

5. couldn’t

6. Can, can’t

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES. USE THE PRESENT OR THE PAST SIMPLE
  2. Stan first started playing tennis a week ago. He——————————– football in the past.
  3. Ali now————————— his weekends at home. He didn’t spend his weekends at home in the past. He spent all his free time at the shopping centre.
  4. Mr Crane drinks lots of coffee now. He ———————–coffee when he was young. He didn’t like it.
  5. Frank—————————– a new car now.

He drove a very old car two years ago.

  1. My dad works at night now.

Last year, he———————- in the morning.

ANSWERS:

1. played

2. spends

3. didn’t drink

4. drives

5. worked

 

 

  1. MATCH
1. Did you enjoy your trip?

2. What? You want to live in Australia?

3. Here you go. It’s a souvenir from Florence

4. Did he use to travel when he was young?

5. How long is the journey to Pans?

a. No Ken, I’m only joking!

b. To be honest, we didn’t.

c. It takes six hours to get there

d. It’s fantastic, thanks!

e. Yes, but now he doesn’t.

ANSWERS: 1. b

2. a

3. d

4. e

5. c

 

 

  1. READ THE TEXT AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.

People in the past didn’t go to the beach very often. My grandfather still remembers his first day trip to the beach. it was in 1930 and he was only six years old. His parents didn’t have a car so they went there by train. They travelled to a beach near Brighton. It was a beautiful sunny day. My grandfather was very excited. He didn’t know how to swim and he didn’t have a swimsuit, but he wanted to go into the sea. S0, he played in the water with his clothes on.

For lunch, he had fish and chips. They stayed on the beach all day and went home in the evening. My grandfather was very tired but he was happy.

By Tony Branning

  1. When did Tony’s grandfather first go to the beach?
  2. How old was Tony’s grandfather?
  3. How did Tony’s grandfather get to the beach?
  4. What was the weather like?
  5. What did Tony’s grandfather do at the beach?
  6. When did they go home?

ANSWERS:

  1. In 1930.
  2. He was only six years old.
  3. By train.
  4. It was sunny.
  5. He played in the water with his clothes on and he had fish and chips.
  6. In the evening.

 

 

 

3 ROUND-UP P: 106

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE WORDS IN THE BOX

Embarrassed   neighbour   ankle   campsite queue   strange   funfair  adventure   lonely

 

  • We stayed———————- at a nice in France last June.
  • There was a(n)————————— man behind me and I was scared.
  • When Stu fell clown the stairs, everyone started laughing. He was really————————- .
  • Last summer/was alone because all my friends were on holiday .I felt very———————— .
  • We went to the————————— on Thursday. The rides were great fun.
  • There’s a long —————————————–outside the funfair.
  • Ali sprained his——————————— while he was playing tennis.
  • Last year we got lost in a forest. it was quite a(n) —————————–.
  • My next-door —————————-found a huge footprint in his garden yesterday morning.
ANSWERS:

1. campsite

2. strange

3. embarrassed

4. lonely

5. funfair

6. queue

7. ankle

8. adventure

9. neighbour

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE CORRECT PREPOSITION.
  2. 1 was scared when I got stuck—————————– the lift.
  3. Rawan got locked———————- yesterday afternoon
  4. The wolf was ———————the middle of the road when I saw it.
  5. Tim crashed his bike ——————————— a tree.
  6. The man called ———————an ambulance when he saw the car accident.
  7. Hang ————————a minute! I want to buy souvenir.

7.——————————- the beginning, Luke didn’t was to come with us.

ANSWERS:

1. in

2. out

3. in

4. into

5. for

6. on

7. In

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PAST PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. A: Did you go to the skatepark this morning?

B: No, I ——————————–(download) some information from the internet all morning.

  1. Last night Abdullah —————————– (not study)

for the test. He ——————————–(play) computer games.

  1. A: What you————————————— (do) last night?

B: We ———————————–(watch) football on TV.

  1. Rob and Alex ———————————-(talk) on the phone ail afternoon.
  2. The cat ————————(not sit) on the sofa. It—————— (be) on the floor.
 ANSWERS:

1. was downloading

2. wasn’t studying, was playing

3. were… doing, were watching

4. were talking

5. wasn’t sitting, was lying

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PAST SIMPLE OR THE PAST PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. While l ———————-(talk) on the phone. I —————–(hear) a man scream.
  3. Luke————– (look) for his keys when he———— (see) a shadow on the wall.
  4. While the children —————————(play) with their ball in the garden, they ————————–(break) the window.
  5. Jack ————–(get) a flat tyre while he ——————- (drive) home from work.
  6. When Brian——————– (jump) off the wall. He—————– (hurt) his knee.
  7. l—————— (explain) what happened to my mother, while my brother————————— (clean) up the mess.
ANSWERS:

1. was talking, heard

2. was looking, saw

3. were playing, broke

4. got, was driving

5. jumped, hurt

6. was explaining, was cleaning

  1. CHOOSE A,B OR C.
  2. Are there bananas left? l want to make a banana cake.
  3. any b. some c. no

2.There are people on the water slide. That ride isn’t very popular.

i a. any b. no c. some

3.l don’t want to do work at the weekend. l want to stay at home and relax.

  1. no b. some c. any
  2. l think l saw men outside the house. Let’s call the police.
  3. no b. any c. some
  4. Can l have milk in my tea, please?
  5. no b. any c. some

6._____ people in the village believed that a strange man lived in the old house.

  1. Any b. Some c. No
  2. The children found kittens in the garden.
  3. any b. no c. some
ANSWERS:

1. a

2. b

3. c

4. c

5. c

6. b

7. c

 

  1. CONTINUE THE SENTENCES WITH YOUR OWN IDEAS.
  2. l was walking near the river when —————————————-

2.l was reading a magazine while—————————————-

3.l was riding my bike in the park when—————————————-

4.l was sitting in the living room while—————————————-

5.1 was putting up my tent at the campsite when—————————————-

  1. l was doing housework when—————————————-
ANSWERS:

1. I fell in water.

2. he came.

3. it rained.

4. she was sleeping.

5. police came.

6. my mother called me.

  1. READ THE STORY AND WRITE T FOR TRUE OR F FOR FALSE.

The Man by the Lake

Last week, l went camping with my friends Larry. Alex and Bill. We went to Mount Farway for the weekend. We were having a great time, so we stayed for a week. However, on the last day. a strange thing happened. We were coming down the mountain when? we saw a fantastic lake. We all decided to spend the night there, so we put up our tents. In the evening, we felt very tired so we ate and went to bed early. However. after a while l heard a man talking.

I got out of my tent and saw a young man sitting by the lake. When he saw me, he ran into the water.

l woke my friends up and we all jumped into the water to look for him, but he wasn’t there! The next morning. We were getting ready to leave when l heard the man talking again. He was sitting by the lake He’s back!‘ l shouted. But my friends thought/was playing a joke on them.

  1. The writer and his friends went to Mount Farway last week.
  2. They put up their tents on the mountain.
  3. The writer went to bed before his friends
  4. The writer was in his tent when he heard a man talking.
  5. The writer’s friends believed him in the end.
ANSWERS:

1. T

2. F

3. F

4. T

5. F

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 ROUND-UP P:117

 

  1. CROSS OUT THE ODD WORD. THEN ADD ONE MORE WORD.
  2. post office — library art gallery — stop sign
  3. cottage — stamp — tree house — bungalow —
  4. letter – star — planet – galaxy —
ANSWERS:

1. odd word: stop sign suggested word: florist’s

2. odd word: stamp suggested word: houseboat

3. odd word: letter suggested word: solar system

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. There are many boats in the port/car park.
  3. Be careful, there is no pedestrian footbridge / crossing here.
  4. Tim bought two flights/tickets to Majorca on Friday.
  5. The view/sights from the top of the mountain was amazing
  6. Riyadh is the capital/neighbourhood of Saudi Arabia.

6./like this armchair. It’s very annoying/comfortable.

  1. Jack is waiting for us outside the castle/bridge.
  2. My sister lives in a very useful/peaceful neighbourhood.
ANSWERS:

1. port

2. crossing

3. tickets

4. view

5. capital

6. comfortable

7. castle

8. peaceful

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH CAN, COULD, MAY OR MIGHT.
  2. ———————–you take me to school, please?

2.————————– l borrow your black jacket?

  1. Stu and James—————- spend their holidays in Prague but they aren’t sure.

4.————————— l have some water? I’m very thirsty.

  1. —————————l help you with those bags? They look heavy.
  2. Turki isn’t at home. He——————————- be at the sports centre.
ANSWERS:

1. Can/Could

2. Can/Could/May

3. may/might/could

4. Can/Could/May

5. Can/Could/May

6. may/might/could

 

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE WORDS IN THE BOX.

between   at   from next to  through

ADAM Paul, where is the post office?

PAUL It’s on Bond Street, (1)————————– the library.

ADAM But how do l get (2)———————– here to the library?

PAUL Go (3)———————– the tunnel and turn left (4)————————

ADAM OK. Now, where did l leave my car? The traffic lights That’s Bond Street

PAUL Oh, Adam! It’s opposite the bookshop. (5)—————- the red car and the motorbike.

ANSWERS:

1. next to

2. from

3. through

4. at

5. between

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE CORRECT FORM OF THE ADJECTIVES IN BRACKETS
  2. Salman is the ———————–(busy) person in the office
  3. The roller coaster is———————— (exciting) than the ferns wheel
  4. The underground is probably the——————– (safe) means of transport in the city The ————————-(dangerous) is the motorbike.
  5. James andl are (good) at Maths. Our friend Frank is———————- (good) than us but l think Tom is the ——————-(good) of the four
  6. The blue mobile is ——————–(expensive) than the black mobile
  7. My house is————– (close) to our school than Khaled s house His house is ——————– far from school than my house is.
  8. The basement is the———————– (dark) room in our house
  9. Bill wears ———————(modern) clothes than Jake.
ANSWERS:

1. busiest

2. more exciting

3. safest, most dangerous

4. good, better, best

5. more expensive

6. closer, farther/further

7. darkest

8. more modern

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE SENTENCES a-f.
BOY Excuse me. (1)——————-

MAN Of course. (2)————————

BOY Weil, |’m looking for a newsagent. Is there a newsagent’s near here?

MAN (3)———————– What do you need?

BOY I want to buy a magazine;

MAN There’s a petrol station near here. It’s got magazines.

BOY Oh great! (4) _______

MAN It’s easy. Go straight on and turn right into Warren Street.

BOY Thank you.

MAN (6)————–

a. How do/get there?

b. How can 1 help you?

c. It’s on your left.

d. I’m afraid not.

e. You’re welcome.

f. Can/ask you a question?

ANSWERS:

1. f

2. b

3. d

4. a

5. c

6. e

 

 

  1. READ AND WRITE T TOR TRUE OR F FOR FALSE.

WELCOME TO MADRID

THE CITY

Madrid became the capital of Spain in l56l. About three and a half million people live in Madrid and about six million tourists visit it every year!

GETTING AROUND

It’s cheap to move around Madrid. The metro is the fastest and easiest way to get around, but you can also find taxis and buses easily at any time of the day or night.

SIGHTS

First, you may want to walk around the busy city centre. Start at the Plaza Mayor and visit the interesting shops and cafes. Next_ stop at the Prado Museum. There you can find works of art by some of the world’s greatest artists like Goya and El Greco. Of course, you shouldn’t miss the Reina Sofia Museum. You can see Picasso’s famous Guernica there! Later you can also visit the famous Retiro Park just behind the Prado Museum. Finally, go and see the amazing Royal Palace. It’s got about 3000 rooms, more than any other palace in Europe.

WHAT TO EAT

Spain is famous for its tapas. small delicious snacks. Stop at any of the snack bars in the city and try tapas and other popular Spanish food.

  1. Three and a half million people visit Madrid every year.
  2. it isn’t difficult to get around Madrid.
  3. There aren’t any buses at night.
  4. You can find some of the world’s greatest works of art in the Plaza Mayor.
  5. Retiro Park is behind the Prado Museum.
  6. Tapas is a kind of Spanish food.
ANSWERS:

1. F

2. T

3. F

4. F

5. T

6. T

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONSOLIDATION: MODULE 1-4 P:120-123

 

  1. PUT THE WORDS IN THE CORRECT GROUP AND ADD ONE MORE WORD TO EACH GROUP.

Ferry-stadium-cooker-tram-galaxy-port -van-south-PE -jumper-car park-east-shirt   ankle   iron   west   Physics   back moon   tracksuit   fridge   star   finger -Art

SCHOOL SUBJECTS APPLIANCES CLOTHES MEANS OF TRANSPORT
       
       
       
       

 

PARTS OF THE BODY WORDS RELATED TO SPACE PLACES IN A CITY POINTS OF THE COMPASS
       
       
       
       

 

ANSWERS:

SCHOOL SUBJECTS: PE, Physics, Art, (Geography)

APPLIANCES: cooker, iron, fridge, (hoover)

CLOTHES: jumper, shirt, tracksuit, (skirt)

MEANS OF TRANSPORT: ferry, tram, van, (helicopter)

PARTS OF THE BODY: ankle, back, finger, (arm)

WORDS RELATED TO SPACE: galaxy, moon, star, (planet)

PLACES IN A CITY: stadium, port, car park, (airport)

POINTS OF THE COMPASS: south, east, west, (north)

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE WORDS IN THE BOX.

SURF  FACILITIES  FRIENDLY  LAB

A: What are the (1)———————– like at your school?

B: Well, the gym is good but the science (2)————————— isn’t very good

A: What about the computer room?

B: It’s great. I go there at lunchtime and (3)——————————– the Net.

A: What about the teachers?

B: They are really (4)——————————– and helpful.

 

 

interesting queue  travel agent’s gallery quiet village

 

A: Hi, Kevin. Where did you go yesterday after work?

B: Weil, I went to the art (5)—————————- .

A: Was it (6)—————————- ?

B: I don’t know, I didn’t go in. The

(7) ————————was huge.

A: So, what did you do, then?

B: I walked into town and went to the

(8)————————- to book a holiday.

A: Nice. Where are you going?

B: I’m staying in a small (9)——————— in the mountains near Lakeview.

A: Just perfect for a bit of peace and (10) ————————-.

B: Exactly.

ANSWERS:

 1. facilities

2. lab

3. surf

4. friendly

5. gallery

6. interesting

7. queue

8. travel agent’s

9. village

10. quiet

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. The skateboarding competition will take place in/on the park.
  3. Do you wash / brush your teeth before you go to bed?
  4. We spent two hours travelling/exploring the cave.
  5. l fell off my bike and crashed/ sprained my ankle.
  6. Roger was talking to his brother when luckily/ suddenly he just ran away.
  7. The best ride at the funfair was the popcorn/ferris wheel.
  8. Kim went to the market/newsagent’s to get some apples.
  9. Turn left at the traffic signs/lights and the library is on your right.
ANSWERS:

1. in

2. brush

3. exploring

4. sprained

5. suddenly

6. ferris

7. market

8. lights

 

  1. PUT THE WORDS IN THE CORRECT ORDER TO MAKE SENTENCES
  2. often / go / How / you / skateboarding / do / ?
  3. dad / drives / My / his / to / usually / work / car /.
  4. brother / weekend / plays / at/ My / tennis / the /
  5. the / hate / the / bus / in / l / morning / missing /.
  6. you / haircut / Do / month / a / get / every / ?
  7. does / arrive / When / train / at / station / the/ the / ?
ANSWERS:

 1. How often do you go skateboarding?

2. My dad usually drives his car to work.

3. My brother plays tennis at the weekend.

4. I hate missing the bus in the morning.

5. Do you get a haircut every month?

6. When does the train arrive at the station?

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN THE BOX.

decorate travel do  learn wash take watch

  1. Bob and Tom——————- around Europe this month.
  2. The students ———————about dinosaurs today.
  3. Turki————————- a documentary about elephants at the moment.
  4. —————-Karen——————— the house at the moment?
  5. My dad ——————–the car and my mum the washing-up.
  6. —————————those people——————— pictures of the tall building?
ANSWERS:

1. are travelling

2. are learning

3. is watching

4. Is… decorating

5. is washing, is doing

6. Are… taking

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PRESENT SIMPLE OR THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.

l.A: ——————you—————- (think) Steve is going to come to the park later?

B:l ————————–(not know). Let’s call and ask him.

  1. A: Ali and l———————- (go) horse riding. ——————— you—————— (Want) to come?

B: No, thanks. l ————————-(visit) my brother in Riyadh today.

  1. Mark——————- (not watch) TV at the moment. He ————–(surf) the Net.

He————————- (love) surfing the Net in his free time.

ANSWERS:

1. Do… think, don’t know

2. are going, Do… want, ’m visiting

3. isn’t watching, is surfing, loves

 

  1. CHOOSE a, b or c.
  2. My parents hate on cruises.
  3. goes b. going c. go
  4. Ali would like a cave this afternoon.
  5. to explore b. exploring c. explore
  6. Do you like candy floss at the funfair?
  7. eats b. eating K c. eat
  8. Harry’s little brothers lalaying with toy cars
  9. to love b. loving c. love
  10. l don’t want the bus to work, but what can l do?
  11. to take b. taking c. take
  12. Would you like in a houseboat or a caravan?
  13. to stay b. staying c. stay
ANSWERS:

 1. b

2. a

3. b

4. c

5. a

6. a

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PAST SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS
  2. Donald ————————-(buy) a new washing machine yesterday.
  3. Ameen andi ——————-(go) rollerblading this afternoon.
  4. you———————— (explain) the Maths exercise to Ian?
  5. Fred ——————(crash) his bike and——————- (not can) walk for a week.
  6. Malik ———————(not want) to buy a magazine from the newsagent’s.
  7. I ———————–(lose) my keys and now I can’t get in my house.
ANSWERS:

 1. bought

2. went

3. Did… explain

4. crashed, couldn’t

5. didn’t want

6. lost

 

  1. I. EXPAND THE PROMPTS INTO SENTENCES USING THE PAST SIMPLE OR THE PAST PROGRESSIVE.
  2. Steve/ read / book / white / Joe / listen / radio /.
  3. Mr Inlges / drive / home / when / phone / ring /.
  4. What/you / do / while / Bayan /buy / souvenirs / ?
  5. I / surf / the Net / when / my sister / come / home / from school / .
ANSWERS:

 1. Steve was reading a book while Joe was listening to the radio.

2. Mr Ingles was driving home when his phone rang.

3. What were you doing while Bayan was buying souvenirs?

4. I was surfing the Net when my sister came home from school.

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH ADJECTIVES OR ADVERBS. USE THE ADJECTIVES IN BRACKETS TO FORM ADVERBS.
  2. My dad usually gets up very———————– on weekdays. (early)
  3. Paul paints really————————- pictures. (beautiful)
  4. l can’t play basketball very——————– . (good)
  5. My baby brother is a———————– little boy. (happy)
  6. Don’t have any of her cakes. She cooks—————— . (terrible)
  7. This exercise is very———————— . (hard)
ANSWERS:

1. early

2. beautiful

3. well

4. happy

5. terribly

6. hard

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE CORRECT FORM OF THE ADJECTIVES IN BRACKETS.
  2. This cafe is—————————— (noisy) than the cafe in our neighbourhood.
  3. A/bertos is the ————————————–(good) hairdresser’s in town.
  4. This sofa is —————————————–(comfortable) than this chair.
  5. ln the past, the train network was——————————- (big) than it is now.
  6. John’s dad is——————————– (chubby) than his uncle.
  7. The washing machine is the ——————– (expensive) appliance in the shop.
ANSWERS:

1. noisier

2. best

3. more comfortable

4. bigger

5. chubbier

6. most expensive

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. Do any/some of you know where Saleh is?
  3. Tom didn’t have no/any food in the fridge.
  4. Let me show you any / some interesting paintings in the museum.
  5. l need to find some/ any information about Australia, can you help me?
  6. There are any/ no letters for you today.

 

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE PREPOSITIONS IN THE BOX.

Up- between – through –into –on -at

A: Excuse me, is there a bookshop in  this neighbourhood?

B: There are two near here. There is one

(l) ————————Bridge Street and another

one (2)——————– the police station and the library.

A: Great, because I need to go to the library, too.

B: OK, then. Walk (3)——————- this hill and the top, turn left (4) King Street

(5) the end of King Street, there is a park. Walk (6) the park and on the other side is Fountain Road. The bookshop  just there

A: Thanks a lot.

ANSWERS:

1. on

2. between

3. up

4. into

5. At

6. through

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH PERSONAL PRONOUNS.
  2. A: Could you give——————— your knee pads? I need to borrow————–

B: Sure. ————————–are in my bag.

  1. A: Do ———————-want to try some of this cake?

B:OK, who made ————————-?

A: My cousin.

  1. A: Dad, Liam and—————– want to go to the stadium. Can you take———-?

B: Sorry. ————————-your brother has got the car. went to Toms house.

  1. That mobile phone is very expensive. I’m not going to buy————————— .
  2. Complete the dialogues with the phrases in the box.
ANSWERS:

1. me, them, they

2. you, it

3. I, us, He

4. it

 

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUES WITH THE PHRASES IN THE BOX.
  2. Could he call me?
  3. Hey. guess what!
  4. I might go to the skatepark later.
  5. How are things?
  6. Could I come with you?
  7. I’m afraid not.
  8. Never mind.

 

1.

A: Hello, Gary. (l)——————— .

B: Not bad, and you?

A: I’m very well. thank you. (2) ——————.

B: What?

A: I’ve got tickets to the cup final next weekend.

B: Wow! (3)———————- .

A: Sorry, I’ve only got two tickets. One for me and one for my brother.

B: (4)———————– Maybe next time.

A: Sure.

2.

A: Hello?

B: Hello, Mr Bell. ls Frank there?

A: (5) ———————–.

B: No problem. It’s Steve and I’m at home right now.

(6)———————- .

A: Of course. Anything else?

B: Yes, actually. (7)—————————- .

A: OK. He can meet you there.

ANSWERS:

1. d

2. b

3. e

4. g

5. f

6. a

7. C

 

  1. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS.
  2. How often do you brush your teeth?
  3. Which country would you like to visit?
  4. Did you use to enjoy drawing when you were young?
  5. What do you usually wear to school?
  6. Do you buy souvenirs when you’re on holiday?
  7. What were you doing at this time yesterday?
Answer:

1.   I brush 3 times a day.

2.   I want to visit America.

3.   Yes, I did.

4.   I wear thobe at school.

5.   No, I didn’t.

6.   I was playing football.

 

 

REVISION : MODULE 1 PG :144

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PRESENT SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. Lamya and Amal ———————(often / wake up) early on Thursdays. They

———————-(clean) the house.

  1. My dad—————————- (finish) work at 3 pm.
  2. A: How often————————— (Mike / spend) time with his friends?

B; Well, he——————(usually / go) out with them at the weekend.

  1. My parents———————— (not read) magazines but l (enjoy) reading them.
  2. Mike ————————————–(always / have) an art class in the afternoon.
  3. What time —————————you——————– (start) work every morning?
ANSWERS:

1. often wake up, clean

2. finishes

3. does Mike spend, usually goes

4. don’t read, enjoy

5. always has

6. do… start

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN THE BOX.

meet not have paint take go hoover make

  1. Chris ———————- dinner with us tonight. He—————— to Liam’s house.
  2. A: ——————you——————— Jack today?

B: Yes, I am. At the library.

A: Say hello to him.

  1. A: Where’s Amina?

B: She ————————-out the rubbish.

  1. My parents———————— the house this week.
  2. My mum is in the kitchen at the moment. She ——————-dinner.
  3. Maria—————————- the carpet again.
ANSWERS:

1. isn’t having, is going

2. Are… meeting

3. is taking

4. are painting

5. is making

6. is hovering

 

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH PREPOSITIONS OF TIME.
  2. We always go on holiday ————————–the summer.
  3. l always have a shower——————————- six o’clock————-the morning.
  4. Omar goes to the rollerblading club—————— Thursday afternoons.
  5. Tom sometimes watches TV late ——————– night.

I never go to the shopping centre———————weekdays, only—————- the weekend.

6.———————-the moment I’m talking on the phone.

  1. Do you often play football—————————- your free time?
Answer:

1. in

2. at, in

3. on

4. at

5. on, at

6. At

7. in

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PRESENT SIMPLE OR THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.

 

  1. My brother———————– (not know) how to use a computer but he (want) to learn.
  2. Every Thursday Saleh ——————(go) to a restaurant but this Thursday he—————- (stay) at home. His cousins from Canada ———————-(visit) him.

A: Hey, kids. What you——————– (do)?

B: We ———————–(surf) the Net.

A: I ————————(need) some help in the kitchen.

B: OK, we —————————(come).

A: Where are you?

B: in my room. l ——————————-(download) information from the Net.

Maria ————(always / help) her mum with the housework. At the moment, she ———————-(clean) the windows.

Answer:

1. doesn’t know, wants

2. goes, is staying, are visiting

3. are… doing, are surfing, need, are coming

4. am downloading

5. always helps, is cleaning

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. Jimmy never wants———————— (play) board games with us.
  3. l can’t stand—————————- (do) the washing-up.
  4. My brothers love—————————(go) to the park.
  5. Stephen would like ———————-(travel) by plane.
  6. I enjoy ————————-(chat) with my friends on the phone.
  7. Tina hates ————————(get) up early in the morning.
  8. Do you like——————–(have) dinner with me tonight?
  9. Would you like————————– (watch) TV?
Answer:

1. to play

2. doing

3. going

4. to travel

5. chatting

6. getting

7. watching

8. to have

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REVISION MODULE 2

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PAST SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN THE BOXES

travel –have- visit

  1. A: ————–John—————- on holiday to Jeddah?

Yeah. he a great time.

A I ——————- abroad, too. I —————–my grandparents in Egypt.

not -buy -go –explore-do

  1. A: So, what ——————-you in Spain?

B: Lots of things. We————————– sightseeing and we—————-a cave. Unfortunately, we————————– any souvenirs.

Stay, be, not can ,not go, try

3 A: How——————- it at Eric’s place?

B: We ——————-.

A: Why not?

B: Well, we————- to find a taxi but we————- find one, so w————-home.

Answer:

1. Did… go, had, travelled, visited

2. did… do, went, explored, didn’t buy

3. was, didn’t go, tried, couldn’t, stayed

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PRESENT SIMPLE OR THE PAST SIMPLE AND THE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS

 

1 A: ——————the Smiths————————- (live) in Manchester now?

B: No, they——————— (live) in Bristol.

  1. In the past, my friends and l ————————–(go) out at the shopping centre a lot, but now we——————–(not / hang out) there any more
  2. Ameen———————– (not take) the bus to work in the past. He—————— (drive) his car.
  3. A: you————————- (spend) your holidays abroad when you were young?

B: No,I —————————-(go) to my mum’s hometown. Now we ———————(stay) here.

Answer:

1. Do… live, live

2. went, don’t hang out

3. didn’t take, drove

4. Did… spend, went, stay.

 

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE ADJECTIVE OR THE ADVERB OF THE WORDS IN BRACKETS.
  2. My car is really old. It goes very———————(slow).
  3. John is a ———————-(fast) driver.

He drives very———————- (fast).

  1. Marisa speaks English very —————————-(good)
  2. She found € 100 in the street. She is very—————————(lucky).
  3. My daughter paints————————- (terrible).
  4. This exercise is very————————– (easy).
ANSWERS:

1. slowly

2. fast, fast

3. well

4. lucky

5. terribly

6. easy

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH PERSONAL PRONOUNS.
  2. Hey, give——————— my mobile phone. I know you took——————— .
  3. These jeans are great. I want to buy—————————–
  4. Larry is new in town. ——————————‘s really nice.
  5. Mum, why is daddy shouting at —————————-?

We didn’t do anything wrong.

  1. A: Where are my keys?/can’t find—————————– .

B: ——————————‘re on the kitchen table.

  1. A: Mr Smith is our new neighbour. ———————–‘s a teacher.

B:I know. I saw ——————————–at school.

ANSWERS:

1. me, it

2. them

3. He

4. us

5. them, They

6. He, him

 

 

 

 

 

  1. CHOOSE a or b.
  2. When/was eight years old, I —————–ride a bike but now/can.
  3. can’t b. couldn’t
  4. Gerard told ———————–a funny story last night.
  5. my b. me
  6. Captain Cook was a famous explorer Do you know———————– ?
  7. him b. he
  8. Vincent went hiking two weeks ———————–.
  9. last b. ago
  10. My parents————————- in London but now they live in New York.
  11. live b. lived
  12. We didn’t———————— at a restaurant. We ordered.
  13. eat b. ate
ANSWERS:

1. b

2. b

3. a

4. b

5. b

6. a

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REVISION MODULE 3

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PAST PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. A: l couldn’t sleep because the baby ———————(cry) all night.

B: He ———————(not cry), he (scream)!

A: Yeah, l know! ,

  1. While my mum ———————(cook), l —————(study) for my maths test.
  2. A; What you———————— (do) at ten o’clock last night?

B: Well, l ————————(watch) the news on T V with my brother.

  1. Jude ——————(wash) the car while Reema —————(clean) the windows.
  2. Kate—————— (not study) yesterday afternoon. She —————–(sit) in the kitchen and she ————————–(talk) with her mother all afternoon.

 

ANSWERS:

1. was crying, wasn’t crying, was screaming

2. was cooking, was studying

3. were… doing, was watching

4. was washing, was cleaning

5. wasn’t studying, was sitting, was talking

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PAST SIMPLE OR THE PAST PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.

Hatim (1)———————- (read) his book in the park last week when suddenly it (2)——————— (start) raining. He (3)——————- (not can) stay there, so he (4)————————– (take) his books and (5)——————— (leave). While he (6)————————- (run) back home, he (7) ———————–(slip), (8)———————- (fall) down and (9)———————— (hurt) his leg. Luckily. his dad’s best friend (10)—————– (drive) home at that time. He (11)——————————- (see) Hatim and (12)——————– (take) him to hospital. The doctor (13)————— (tell) him to stay in bed for three days. Hatim (14)—————- (not be) happy.

ANSWERS:

1. was reading

2. started

3. couldn’t

4. took

5. left

6. was running

7. slipped

8. fell

9. hurt

10. was driving

11. saw

12. took

13. told

14. wasn’t

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. Where’s Jack? l want to return any/some books l borrowed.
  3. l love this town. People are polite and friendly and there is no/any traffic.
  4. Bayan has got any/no time to help me.
  5. Can l have some/any more ketchup in my sandwich?

5.) A: ls there any/no place to eat around here? I’m hungry.

B: l have some/no idea.

  1. Can/get you any/some coffee?

7, l went to the food stand to buy no/some candy floss, but they didn’t have no/any.

  1. l had a great holiday this year. I saw any/some friends, relaxed and forgot about stress for a while.
  2. There are any/no flowers in this part of the garden.
Answer:

1. some

2. no

3. no

4. some

5. any, no

6. some

7. some, any

8. some

9. no

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REVISION MODULE 4

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE CORRECT FORM OF CAN, COULD, MAY OR MIGHT.
  2. ———————you wait for me? I can be there in 5 minutes.

2.—————————— I  have a glass of orange juice?

  1. A: —————- I speak to Reggie, please?

B: He’s not here at the moment. He—————— be at Peter’s house,

A: Thank you very much. I—————– call him later.

4 A: Dad,—————–I please go to Ian’s  house.

B: Sure you ———————-, but be back beforemidnight.

5 A: —————– I borrow your car for tonight?

B: No, I’m afraid you . —————– I need it for tonight.

 ANSWERS:

1. Can/Could

2. Can/Could/May

3. Can/Could/May, may/might/could, may/might/could

4. can/could/may, can/ may

5. Can/Could/May, can’t/may not

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENT IN THE BOX

into from…to out of through past up down

  1. When they were on holiday last year, they travelled—————————–Dover ———————Calais by ship.
  2. Last year, James climbed—————- a mountain and came———————– feeling very happy.
  3. Turn ———————–Devon Street. The library is on your right.
Answer:

1. from, to

2. up, down

3. into

4. through

5. past

6. out of

  1. LOOK AT THE MAP AND COMPLETE WITH THE PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE IN THE BOX.

behind opposite in front of  next to between

  1. The hospital is ———————– the library and the post office. new
  2. The bus stop is ———————– the school. station 733,1
  3. The park is———————– the museum.
  4. The shopping centre is———————– . the car park.
  5. The petrol station is ———————– the car park.
Answer:

1. between

2. in front of

3. behind

4. opposite

5. next to

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE CORRECT FORM OF THE ADJECTIVES IN BRACKETS.
  2. ls lceland the ————–(cold) country in the world?
  3. The mobile phone was—————– (expensive) than the watch.
  4. The painting was—————— (good) than the picture.
  5. Jake’s house is——————- (far) from the city centre than Nigel’s house.
  6. Which is the ———————–(large) lake in Africa?
  7. There are ———————————(many) islands in Greece than in Spain.
  8. Greg is ———————————–(interested) in art than Keith.
  9. Wow! James has a ticket to the football cup final! He’s the———————- (lucky) person on earth.
  10. Life in the country is —————————(healthy) than life in the city.
  11. Your brother is —————————————–(annoying) than my brother.
  12. The roller coaster is the —————————–(exciting) ride in the funfair.
  13. Eating with chopsticks isn’t the———————— (difficult) thing in the world.
ANSWERS:

 1. coldest

2. more expensive

3. better

4. farther/further

5. largest

6. more

7. more interested

8. luckiest

9. healthier

10. more annoying

11. most exciting

12. most difficult

 

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