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М. А. Гацкевич
ENGLISH GRAMMAR
FOR PUPILS
ГРАММАТИКА
АНГЛИЙСКОГО ЯЗЫКА
ДЛЯ ШКОЛЬНИКОВ
Сборник упражнений
Книга I
УДК 373.167.1:820
ББК 81.2 Англ
Г12
Г12
Гацкевич, Марина Анатольевна.
Грамматика английского языка для школьников. Сборник упражнений : учебное пособие. Книга I / М. А. Гацкевич. — 2-е изд. — СанктПетербург : КАРО, 2016. — 264 с.
ISBN 978-5-9925-1062-1.
Предлагаемый сборник упражнений является практическим пособием
для изучения и закрепления основ грамматики английского языка. Большой объём заданий позволит четко усвоить лексический и грамматический
материал. Помимо обычного словаря, в книгу включен тематический лексический минимум.
Пособие рассчитано на школьников младших и средних классов общеобразовательных и специальных школ.
УДК 373.167.1:820
ББК 81.2 Англ
ISBN 978-5-9925-1062-1
© Гацкевич М. А., 2015
© КАРО, 2015
Все права защищены
Дорогие мальчики и девочки!
Я надеюсь, что вам уже понравилось изучать английский язык. Вы уже знаете много английских слов и умеете
читать. Пришло время познакомиться с грамматическими основами английского языка.
Этот сборник упражнений — первый в целой серии.
Степень их сложности будет возрастать от книги к книге.
В каждом сборнике вы найдете много разнообразных
грамматических упражнений. Я верю, что вы не будете
скучать, выполняя их. Конечно, вам придётся потрудиться. Я думаю, вы знаете хорошую русскую пословицу “Без
труда не выловишь и рыбку из пруда”. У англичан есть
своя, с тем же смыслом: “A cat in gloves catches no mice”.
Если вы возьмёте себе за правило выполнять 2–3 упражнения в день, то скоро почувствуете себя намного
увереннее на уроках английского языка у себя в школе.
Помните, что все выполненные упражнения нужно
прочитывать вслух! Обязательно просите родителей
послушать, как вы читаете! Не пропускайте ни одного
упражнения!
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
Проработав все задания из этого сборника, приступайте к выполнению упражнений из следующего.
Я уверена, что у вас всё получится.
Желаю успеха!
Автор
YOUR VOCABULARY
My Family
an aunt [An 'C:nt] тётя
a brother [A 'brEGA] брат
a child [A 'tSaIld] ребёнок
children ['tSIldrAn] дети
a cousin [A 'kEzn] двоюродный
брат (сестра)
a daughter [A 'dD:tA] дочь
a father [A 'fCGA] папа
grandchildren ['MrBntSIldrAn]
внуки
a grandchild [A 'MrBntSaIld] внук
(внучка)
a granddaughter [A 'MrBn,dD:tA]
внучка
a grandfather [A 'MrBn,fCGA]
дедушка
a grandmother [A 'MrBn,mEGA]
бабушка
a grandson [A 'MrBnsEn] внук
a husband [A 'hEzbAnd] муж
a mother [A 'mEGA] мама
a nephew [A 'nevju:] племянник
a niece [A 'ni:s] племянница
parents ['pLArAnts] родители
relatives ['relAtIvs] родственники
a sister [A 'sIstA] сестра
a son [A 'sEn] сын
a stepdaughter [A 'step,dD:tA]
падчерица
a stepfather [A 'step,fCGA] отчим
a stepmother [A 'step,mEGA]
мачеха
a stepson [A 'stepsEn] пасынок
an uncle [An 'ENkl] дядя
a wife [A 'waIf] жена
Countries
and Continents
Africa ['BfrIkA] Африка
America [A'merIkA] Америка
Australia [Ds'treIljA] Австралия
Austria ['DstrIA] Австрия
Brazil [brA'zIl] Бразилия
Bulgaria [bElM'LArIA] Болгария
Canada ['kBnAdA] Канада
China ['tSaInA] Китай
Denmark ['denmC:k] Дания
Egypt ['i:dZIpt] Египет
Finland ['finlAnd] Финляндия
France [frC:ns] Франция
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
Germany ['dZA:mAnI] Германия
Greece [MrIs] Греция
Great Britain ['MreIt 'brItn] Великобритания
Holland ['hDlAnd] Голландия
Hungary ['hENMArI] Венгрия
Iceland ['aIslAnd] Исландия
India ['IndjA] Индия
Ireland ['aIAlAnd] Ирландия
Israel ['IzreIAl] Израиль
Italy ['ItAlI] Италия
Japan [dZA'pBn] Япония
Mexico ['meksIkAu] Мексика
New Zealand [nju: 'zi:lAnd] Новая Зеландия
Norway ['nD:weI] Норвегия
Poland ['pAulAnd] Польша
Portugal ['pD:tjuMAl] Португалия
Romania [ru:'meInjA] Румыния
Russia ['rESA] Россия
Spain ['speIn] Испания
Sweden ['swi:dn] Швеция
Switzerland ['swItsAlAnd] Швейцария
Turkey ['tA:kI] Турция
Colours
black [blBk] чёрный
brown [braun] коричневый
blue [blu:] синий, голубой
green [Mri:n] зелёный
grey [MreI] серый
orange ['DrIndZ] оранжевый
pink [pINk] розовый
red [red] красный
white [waIt] белый
yellow ['jelAu] жёлтый
The Days of the Week
Sunday ['sEndI] воскресенье
Monday ['mEndI] понедельник
Tuesday ['tju:zdI] вторник
Wednesday ['wenzdI] среда
Thursday ['FA:zdI] четверг
Friday ['fraIdI] пятница
Saturday ['sBtAdI] суббота
Seasons and Months
winter [wIntA] зима
spring [sprIN] весна
summer [sEmA] лето
autumn ['D:tAm] осень
January ['dZBnjuArI] январь
February ['februArI] февраль
March [mC:tS] март
April ['eIprIl] апрель
May [meI] май
June [dZu:n] июнь
July [dZu:'laI] июль
August ['D:MAst] август
YOUR VOCABULARY
September [sep'tembA] сентябрь
October [Dk'tAubA] октябрь
November [nAu'vembA] ноябрь
December [dI'sembA] декабрь
Sports Games
to jump [dZEmp] прыгать
to run [rEn] бегать
to skate [skeIt] кататься на
коньках
to ski [ski:] кататься на лыжах
to skip [skIp] прыгать на скакалке
to sledge [sledZ] кататься на
санках
to swim [swIm] плавать
to play [pleI] играть
to play snowballs [pleI
'snAubD:ls] играть
в снежки
badminton ['bBdmIntAn] бадминтон
baseball ['beIsbD:l] бейсбол
basketball ['bC:skItbD:l] баскетбол
chess [tSes] шахматы
cricket ['krIkIt] крикет
football ['futbD:l] футбол
golf [MDlf] гольф
hide-and-seek ['haIdAnd'si:k]
прятки
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hopscotch ['hDpskDtS] классики
hockey ['hDkI] хоккей
leapfrog ['li:pfrDM] чехарда
rugby [rEMbI] регби
table tennis ['teIbl 'tenIs] настольный теннис
tag [tBM] салочки
tennis ['tenIs] теннис
volleyball ['vDlIbD:l] волейбол
Domestic and Wild
Animals and Birds
a bat [A 'bBt] летучая мышь
a bear [A 'bLA] медведь
a camel [A 'kBmAl] верблюд
a cat [A 'kBt] кот
a chicken [A 'tSIkIn] цыплёнок
a cock [A 'kDk] петух
a cow [A 'kau] корова
a crocodile [A 'krDkAdaIl] крокодил
a deer [A 'dIA] олень
a dog [A 'dDM] собака
a dolphin [A 'dDlfIn] дельфин
a donkey [A 'dDNkI] ослик
a duck [A 'dEk] утка
a duckling [A 'dEklIN] утёнок
an eagle [An 'i:Ml] орёл
an elephant [An 'elIfAnt] слон
a fox [A 'fDks] лиса
a frog [A 'frDM] лягушка
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
a giraffe [A dZI'rC:f] жираф
a goose [A 'Mu:s] гусь
a goat [A 'MAut] коза
a hare [A 'hLA] заяц
a hedgehog [A 'hedZhDM] ёж
a hen [A 'hen] курица
a hippopotamus
[A ,hIpA'pDtAmAs] бегемот
a hamster [A 'hBmstA] хомяк
a horse [A 'hD:s] лошадь
a kangaroo [A ,kBNMA'ru:] кенгуру
a kitten [A 'kItn] котёнок
a lion [A 'laIAn] лев
a monkey [A 'mENkI] обезьяна
a mouse [A 'maus] мышь
an ostrich [An 'DstrItS] страус
an owl [An 'aul] сова
a parrot [A 'pBrAt] попугай
a penguin [A 'peNMwIn] пингвин
a pig [A 'pIM] свинья
a puppy [A 'pEpI] щенок
a rabbit [A 'rBbIt] кролик
a rat [A 'rBt] крыса
a shark [A 'SC:k] акула
a sheep [A 'Si:p] овца
a snake [A 'sneIk] змея
a squirrel [A 'skwIrAl] белка
a tiger [A 'taIMA] тигр
a tortoise [A 'tD:tAs] черепаха
a whale [A 'weIl] кит
a wolf [A 'wulf] волк
a zebra [A 'zi:brA] зебра
Insects
an ant [An 'Bnt] муравей
a bee [A 'bi:] пчела
a beetle [A 'bi:tl] жук
a butterfly [A 'bEtAflaI] бабочка
a caterpillar [A 'kBtApIlA] гусеница
a dragonfly [A 'drBMAnflaI] стрекоза
a fly [A 'flaI] муха
a grasshopper [A 'MrCs,hDpA]
кузнечик
a ladybird [A 'leIdIbA:d] божья
коровка
a mosquito [A mAs'ki:tAu] комар
Professions
an actor [An 'BktA] актёр
an actress [An 'BktrIs] актриса
a baker [A 'beIkA] продавец
хлеба
a barber [A 'bC:bA] парикмахер
(мужской)
a bookkeeper ['buk,ki:pA] бухгалтер
a builder [A 'bIldA] строитель
a businessman [A 'bIznIsmAn]
предприниматель
a butcher [A 'butSA] мясник
a captain [A 'kBptIn] капитан
YOUR VOCABULARY
a cashier [A kB'SIA] кассир
a cleaner [A 'kli:nA] уборщица
a computer programmer
[A kAm'pju:tA 'prAuMrBmA] программист
a cosmonaut [A 'kDzmAnD:t] космонавт
a doctor [A 'dDktA] врач
a driver [A 'draIvA] водитель
an economist [An I'kDnAmIst]
экономист
an engineer [An ,endZI'nIA] инженер
a fisherman [A 'fISAmAn] рыбак
a gardener [A 'MC:dnA] садовник
a greengrocer [A 'MrIn,MrAusA]
продавец овощей
a grocer [A 'MrAusA] продавец
бакалейного отдела
a hairdresser [A 'hLA,dresA] парикмахер
a housewife [A 'hauswaIf] домохозяйка
a journalist [A 'dZA:nAlIst] журналист
a judge [A 'dZEdZ] судья
a lawyer [A 'lD:jA] адвокат
a librarian [A laI'brLArIAn]
библиотекарь
a lieutenant [A lu:'tenAnt] лейтенант
a military man [A 'mIlItArI mAn]
военный
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a milkman [A 'mIlkmAn] продавец молочных продуктов
a nurse [A 'nA:s] медицинская
сестра
a painter [A 'peIntA] художник
a pilot [A 'paIlAt] пилот
a poet [A 'pAuIt] поэт
a policeman [A pA'li:smAn] полицейский
a postman [A 'pAustmAn] почтальон
a sailor [A 'seIlA] моряк
a scientist [A 'saIAntIst]
учёный
a secretary [A 'sekrAtrI] секретарь
a seller [A 'selA] торговец
a shop assistant [A 'SDp A,sIstAnt]
продавец
a soldier [A 'sAuldZA] солдат
a sportsman [A 'spD:tsmAn]
спортсмен
a tailor [A 'teIlA] портной
a teacher [A 'ti:tSA] учитель
a typist [A 'taIpIst] машинистка
a worker [A 'wA:kA] рабочий
a writer [A 'raItA] писатель
Daily Life. Phrases
to clean one’s teeth чистить
зубы
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
to clean the room убирать
комнату
to come home приходить домой
to do homework делать уроки
to do one’s morning exercises
делать зарядку
to do one’s hair причёсываться
to do shopping делать покупки
to do the bed заправлять кровать
to draw рисовать
to dress одеваться
to dry oneself вытираться
to get dog food приготовить
собаке еду
to get up вставать
to give a call позвонить
to go for a walk ходить на прогулку
to go in for running заниматься бегом
to go in for skating заниматься
фигурным катанием
to go in for skiing заниматься
лыжным спортом
to go in for swimming заниматься плаванием
to go shopping ходить в магазин
to go to bed ложиться спать
to go to the cinema ходить в
кино
to go to the country ездить за
город
to go to the museum ходить в
музей
to go to the park ходить в парк
to go to the shop ходить в
магазин
to go to the school sports
ground ходить на школьную
спортивную площадку
to go in for sports заниматься
спортом
to go to the swimming pool
ходить в бассейн
to go to the theatre ходить в
театр
to go to school ходить в школу
to have a good time хорошо
проводить время
to have breakfast завтракать
to have dinner обедать
to have lessons заниматься
to have lunch есть ланч
to have supper ужинать
to help about the house помогать в работе по дому
to learn the poem by heart
выучить наизусть стихотворение
to listen to music (the radio)
слушать музыку (радио)
to look after the pet ухаживать
за питомцем
YOUR VOCABULARY
to make (tea, coffee) приготовить (чай, кофе)
to make the bed расстилать
кровать
to paint рисовать красками
to phone позвонить
to play chess играть в шахматы
to play football играть в футбол
to play the piano играть на
пианино
to play table games играть в
настольные игры
to play sport games играть в
спортивные игры
to play with toys играть с
игрушками
to put on одеваться
to read a book читать книгу
to read aloud читать вслух
to read to oneself читать про
себя
to ride a bicycle кататься на
велосипеде
to ring up позвонить
to set the table накрывать на
стол
to speak on the phone говорить по телефону
to sweep the floor подметать
пол
to take a dog for a walk выводить собаку на прогулку
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to take a shower принимать
душ
to take pictures фотографировать
to wake up просыпаться
to wash one’s clothes стирать
одежду
to wash one’s face and hands
умываться
to wash the floor мыть пол
to wash up мыть посуду
to watch cartoons смотреть
мультфильмы
to watch TV смотреть телевизор
to watch video films смотреть
видеофильмы
to work in the garden работать
в саду
to write a letter писать письмо
Trees and Flowers
a birch tree [A 'bA:tS tri:] берёза
a bluebell [A 'blu:bel] колокольчик
a bluebottle [A 'blu:,bDtl] василёк
a carnation [A kC:'neISn] гвоздика
a daffodil [A 'dBfAdIl] нарцисс
a daisy [A 'deIzI] ромашка, маргаритка
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a dandelion [A 'dBndIlaIAn] одуванчик
a fir tree [A 'fA: tri:] ель
a lily [A 'lIlI] лилия
a lily of the valley [A 'lIlI Av Ge
'vBlI] ландыш
an oak [An 'Auk] дуб
a pine tree [A 'paIn tri:] сосна
a poplar [A 'pDplA] тополь
a poppy [A 'pDpI] мак
a rose [A 'rAuz] роза
a tulip [A 'tju:lIp] тюльпан
Birds
a lark [A lC:k] жаворонок
a raven [A 'reIvn] ворон
a sparrow [A 'spBrAu] воробей
a swallow [A 'swDlAu] ласточка
an ear [An 'IA] ухо
an elbow [An 'elbou] локоть
an eye [An 'aI] глаз
an eyebrow [An 'aIbrau] бровь
an eyelash [An 'aIlBS] ресница
a face [A 'feIs] лицо
fair hair [fLA hLA] светлые волосы
a finger [A 'fINMA] палец (руки)
a foot (feet) [A 'fut] ([fi:t]) ступня
(ступни)
hair [hLA] волосы
a hand [A 'hBnd] рука (кисть)
a head [A 'hed] голова
a leg [A 'leM] нога (выше ступни)
a lip [A 'lIp] губа
a mouth [A 'mauF] рот
a neck [A 'nek] шея
a nose [A 'nouz] нос
a shoulder [A 'SouldA] плечо
a toe [A 'tou] палец (ноги)
a waist [A 'weIst] талия
Human Body
an arm [An 'C:m] рука (от плеча
до кисти)
black hair [blBk hLA] тёмные
волосы
blonde hair [blDnd hLA] светлые
волосы
a body [A 'bDdI] тело
a cheek [A 'tSi:k] щека
a chin [A 'tSIn] подбородок
Clothes
to dress [tA dres] одеваться
to put on [tA put Dn] надевать
(одежду)
to wear [tA wLA] носить (одежду)
a bathing suit [A 'beIGIN sju:t]
купальный костюм
YOUR VOCABULARY
a blazer [A 'bleIzA] пиджак
a blouse [A 'blauz] блузка
boots [bu:ts] ботинки
a cap [A 'kBp] шапка
clothes [klAuGz] одежда
a coat [A 'kAut] пиджак
a dress [A 'dres] платье
a fur coat [A 'fA: kout] шуба
gloves [MlEvz] перчатки
a hat [A 'hBt] шляпа
high boots ['haI 'bu:ts] сапоги
a jacket [A 'dZBkIt] куртка
jeans [dZi:nz] джинсы
a jumper [A 'dZEmpA] джемпер
mittens ['mItnz] варежки
an overcoat [An 'AuvAkAut] пальто
pants [pBnts] трусы
a pullover [A 'pul,AuvA] пуловер
a pyjamas [A pI'dZC:mAz] пижама
a raincoat [A 'reInkAut] плащ
a scarf [A 'skC:f] шарф
a shirt [A 'SA:t] мужская рубашка
shoes [Su:z] ботинки, туфли
shorts [SD:ts] шорты
a skirt [A 'skA:t] юбка
slippers ['slIpAz] домашние
тапочки
socks [sDks] носки
a suit [A 'sju:t] костюм
a sweater [A 'swetA] свитер
a tie [A 'taI] галстук
tights [taIts] колготки
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trainers ['treInAz] кроссовки
trousers ['trauzAz] брюки
a T-shirt [A 'ti:SA:t] футболка
an uniform [An 'ju:nIfD:m] форма
Food
bread [bred] хлеб
butter ['bEtA] масло
cabbage soup щи
cacao [kA'kC:Au] какао
a cake [A 'keIk] пирожное, кекс
cereal ['sIArIAl] крупа, злаки
chocolate ['tSDkAlAt] шоколад
coffee ['kDfI] кофе
a cookie [A 'kukI] печенье
dumplings клёцки
an egg [An 'eg] яйцо
fish [fIS] рыба
honey ['hEnI] мёд
jam [dZBm] варенье
juice [dZu:s] сок
marmalade ['ma:mAleId] джем,
повидло
mustard ['mEstAd] горчица
oil [DIl] масло (растительное)
pepper ['pepA] перец
a pizza [A 'pItsA] пицца
porridge ['pDrIdZ] каша
pudding ['pudIN] пудинг
rice [raIs] рис
a salad [A 'sBlAd] салат
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
salt [sD:lt] соль
a sandwich [A 'sBnwIdZ] бутерброд
soup [su:p] суп
spaghetti [spA'getI] макароны
sugar ['SugA] сахар
a sweet [A swi:t] конфета
tea [tI:] чай
a toast [A 'tAust] ломтик хлеба,
подрумяненный на огне
(тост)
vinegar ['vInAgA] уксус
Fruit
apples [Bplz] яблоки
apricots ['eIprIkDts] абрикосы
bananas [bA'nC:nAz] бананы
a bilberry [A 'bIlbArI] черника
a cherry [A 'tSerI] вишня, черешня
a cranberry [A 'krBnbArI] клюква
a gooseberry [A 'MuzbArI] крыжовник
grapefruits ['MreIpfru:ts] грейпфруты
grapes [MreIps] виноград
lemons ['lemAnz] лимоны
melons ['melAnz] дыни
oranges ['DrIndZIz] апельсины
peaches ['pItSIz] персики
pears [pLAz] груши
pineapples ['paIn,Bplz] ананасы
plums [plEmz] сливы
a raspberry [A 'rC:zbArI] малина
a red bilberry [A 'red 'bIlbArI]
брусника
a strawberry [A 'strD:bArI] клубника
watermelons ['wD:tA,melDnz]
арбузы
Vegetables
beans [bi:nz] бобы
beetroot ['bi:tru:t] свёкла
cabbage ['kBbIdZ] капуста
carrot ['kBrAt] морковь
cucumbers ['kju:kAmbAz] огурцы
lettuce ['letIs] салат
onions ['EnjAnz] лук
potatoes [pA'teItAuz] картофель
radish ['rBdIS] редис
tomatoes [tA'mC:tAuz] помидоры
Milk Products
cheese [tSi:z] сыр
cream [kri:m] сливки,
крем
curds [kA:dz] творог
ice cream ['aIs 'kri:m] мороженое
kefir ['kefA] кефир
milk [mIlk] молоко
sour cream ['sauA kri:m] сметана
yogurt ['jDMA:t] йогурт
YOUR VOCABULARY
Meat
bacon ['beIkAn] бекон
barbecue ['bC:bIkju:] шашлык
beef [bi:f] говядина
chicken ['tSIkIn] цыплёнок
ham [hBm] ветчина, окорок
hamburger ['hBmbA:MA] рубленый шницель, гамбургер
meatballs ['mi:tbD:ls] фрикадельки
ravioli [,rBvI'AUlI] пельмени
mutton [mEtn] баранина
pork [pD:k] свинина
poultry ['pD:ltrI] дичь
sausage ['sDsIdZ] колбаса, сосиска
steak [steIk] бифштекс
turkey ['tA:kI] индейка
veal [vi:l] телятина
Boys Names
Al [Bl]
Andy ['BndI]
Bob [bDb]
Bobby ['bDbI]
Boris ['bDrIs]
Christopher ['krIstAfA]
Cliff [klIf]
Colin ['kDlIn]
Dan [dBn]
Dave [deIv]
David ['deIvId]
Dick [dIk]
Don [dDn]
Fred [fred]
George [dZD:dZ]
Gus [MEs]
Jack [dZBk]
Jake [dZeIk]
James [dZeImz]
Jim [dZIm]
Joe [dZou]
John [dZDn]
Mike [maIk]
Nick [nIk]
Paul [pD:l]
Pete [pi:t]
Phil [fIl]
Roy [rDI]
Ted [ted]
Tib [tIb]
Tim [tIm]
Tom [tDm]
Victor ['vIktA]
Willy ['wIlI]
Girls Names
Ann [Bn]
Annie ['BnI]
Bess [bes]
Bessy ['besI]
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
Helen ['helen]
Jane [dZeIn]
Janet ['dZBnIt]
Jill [dZIl]
Julia ['dZu:ljA]
Kay [keI]
Lucie ['lu:sI]
Kate [keIt]
Margaret ['mCMArIt]
Molly ['mDlI]
Mary ['mLArI]
Natasha [nA'tBSA]
Nelly ['nelI]
Nina ['nInA]
Sue [sju:]
Susan [su:zn]
YOUR VOCABULARY
Numbers
cardinal
(количественные)
1 one
2 two
3 three
4 four
5 five
6 six
7 seven
8 eight
9 nine
10 ten
11 eleven
12 twelve
13 thirteen
14 fourteen
15 fifteen
16 sixteen
17 seventeen
18 eighteen
19 nineteen
20 twenty
21 twenty-one
22 twenty-two
23 twenty-three
24 twenty-four
25 twenty-five
ordinal
(порядковые)
1st
(the) first
2nd second
3rd third
4th fourth
5th fifth
6th sixth
7th seventh
8th eighth
9th ninth
10th tenth
11th eleventh
12th twelfth
13th thirteenth
14th fourteenth
15th fifteenth
16th sixteenth
17th seventeenth
18th eighteenth
19th nineteenth
20th (the) twentieth
21th twenty-first
22th twenty-second
23th twenty-third
24th twenty-fourth
25th twenty-fifth
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26 twenty-six
27 twenty-seven
28 twenty-eight
29 twenty-nine
30 thirty
40 forty
50 fifty
60 sixty
70 seventy
80 eighty
90 ninety
100 one (a) hundred
101 one hundred and one
200 two hundred
1000 one (a) thousand
2000 two thousand
100000
one hundred
thousand
1000000 one million
2000000 two million
26th twenty-sixth
27th twenty-seventh
28th twenty-eighth
29th twenty-ninth
30th thirtieth
40th fortieth
50th fiftieth
60th sixtieth
70th seventieth
80th eightieth
90th ninetieth
100th
one (the) hundredth
101th
one hundred and first
200th
two hundredth
1000th one thousandth
2000th two thousandth
100000th
one hundred
thousandth
1000000th one millionth
2000000th two millionth
PRONOUNS
Личные местоимения
I [aI] я
you [ju:] ты
he [hI] он
she [SI] она
it [It] он, она, оно
we [wi:] мы
you [ju:] вы
they [GeI] они
Притяжательные местоимения
присоединяемая
форма
my [maI]
your [jD:]
his [hIz]
her [hA:]
its [Its]
our [auA]
your [jD:]
their [GLA]
абсолютная
форма
mine [maIn]
yours [jD:z]
his [hIz]
hers [hA:z]
its [Its]
ours [auAz]
yours [jD:z]
theirs [GLAz]
перевод
мой, моя, моё, мои
твой, твоя, твоё, твои
его, свой
её, ей, своя
его, её, свой
наш, наша, наше, наши
ваш, ваши
их
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
Указательные местоимения
this [GIs] этот, эта, это, эти
that [GBt] тот, та, то
these [Gi:z] эти
those [Gouz] те
Возвратные местоимения
myself [maI'self] себя, сам, сама, само
yourself [jD:'self] себя, сам
himself [hIm'self] себя, сам
herself [hA:'self] себя, сама
itself [It'self] себя, сам, сама, само
ourselves [auA'selvz] себя, сами
yourselves [jD:'selvz] себя, сами
themselves [GAm'selvz] себя, сами
INDEFINITE ARTICLE (A, AN)
(Неопределенный артикль)
a [A] перед согласными
a
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
banana
pear
tomato
an [An] перед гласными (a, e, i, o, u)
an
1. Fill in “a”, “an”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
____ aunt
____ mother
____ brother
____ child
____ husband
____ uncle
____ father
____ grandmother
____ sister
____ wife
____ daughter
____ son
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
apple
orange
apricot
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2. Fill in “a”, “an”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
____ dog
____ elephant
____ pig
____ tiger
____ eagle
____ goose
____ ostrich
____ crocodile
____ squirrel
____ owl
____ rabbit
____ ant
3. Fill in “a”, “an”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
____ teacher
____ actor
____ worker
____ engineer
____ driver
____ businessman
____ economist
____ pilot
INDEFINITE ARTICLE (A, AN)
9.
10.
11.
12.
____ actress
____ housewife
____ shop assistant
____ postman
4. Fill in “a”, “an”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
____ neck
____ arm
____ body
____ eyelash
____ toy
____ face
____ ear
____ eyebrow
____ nose
____ eye
____ lip
____ elbow
5. Fill in “a”, “an”.
1. ____ pear
2. ____ orange
3. ____ melon
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
____ ice cream
____ onion
____ plum
____ potato
____ sweet
____ apple
____ pineapple
____ egg
____ peach
6. Fill in “a”, “an”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
____ apricot
____ cup
____ hot
____ kangaroo
____ corn
____ carrot
____ frog
____ niece
____ overcoat
____ pupil
____ oak
____ cousin
PLURAL OF NOUNS
(Множественное число существительных)
Singular
Plural
(единственное число)
(множественное число)
1. + s [s]
a ball
2. y i + es
a baby
a boy
but
balls
babies
boys
3. s, ss, sh, ch, x, o + es [Iz]
a bus
buses
a glass
glasses
a church
churches
a box
boxes
a tomato
tomatoes
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
Singular
Plural
(единственное число)
(множественное число)
4. f, fe ves
a leaf
a wife
a radio
a piano
a photo
leaves
wives
but
radios
pianos
photos
teeth
men
women
mice
feet
children
geese
sheep
oxen
deer
5. Irregular plurals
a tooth
a man
a woman
a mouse
a foot
a child
a goose
a sheep
an ox
a deer
PLURAL OF NOUNS
1. Give the plurals.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
a cat — cats
a child — …
a rabbit — …
a puppy — …
a fox — …
a wolf — …
a hare — …
a box — …
a man — …
a kitten — …
a mouse — …
2. Give the plurals.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
a boy — boys
a monkey — …
a goose — …
a cock — …
a snake — …
a foot — …
a parrot — …
a tooth — …
an apple — …
a donkey — …
a plum — …
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3. Complete the plurals as in the example.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
one chicken — five chickens
one bus — two …
one tooth — ten …
one cow — three …
one horse — four …
one cup — six …
one woman — three …
one cap — two …
one hen — nine …
one sheep — eight …
one baby — seven …
4. Complete the plurals as in the example.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
one dog — four dogs
one man — four …
one duck — nine …
one mouse — eight …
one pilot — three …
one bat — seven …
one elephant — five …
one foot — two …
one actor — six …
one deer — ten …
one pen — three …
THE VERB “CAN”
Affirmative
I
He
She
It
You
We
They
⎧
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎩
Interrogative
can
Can
⎧
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎩
I
he
she
it
you
we
they
⎧
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎩
…?
Negative
Long form
I
He
She
It
You
We
They
⎧
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎩
can not …
Short form
I
He
She
It
You
We
They
⎧
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎩
can’t …
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
Special Questions
What, where, with whom, why, how often
What can
⎧
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎩
I
he
she
it
you
we
they
⎧
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎩
do?
Who, which of them, which of you
Who can do it?
THE VERB “CAN”
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1. Make up as many sentences
as you can and read them aloud.
Scott
Kevin and Peter
I
My sister
They
Cathy
Thomas
His mother
can
can’t
feed a dog.
make a snowman.
play chess.
do shopping.
tell funny stories.
make cakes.
sweep the floor.
sing the song very well.
2. Write the sentences in the negative.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
David can ride a horse.
David can’t ride a horse.
Denis can wash up.
I can play football.
Her sister can play the piano.
You can make coffee.
Martin can ride a bycicle.
They can play chess.
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3. Write the sentences in the interrogative.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Andy can play sport games.
Can Andy play sport games?
She can play the accordion.
Tony can make tea.
You can paint flowers.
Bob can wash fruit for lunch.
He can play golf.
Her mother can cook roast chicken.
4. Write the sentences as in the example.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Rose can play basketball. (tennis)
She can’t play tennis.
Don can fish. (to ride a bicycle)
I can play the flute. (to play the piano)
Ted can take care of animals. (to cook)
She can cut the grass. (to swim)
My father can play chess. (to play hockey)
Her friend can make a fire. (to paint the house)
Bess can make jam. (to make soup)
THE VERB “CAN”
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5. Make up sentences from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
can, golf, Frank, very well, play.
swim, Alan, can.
the piano, can’t, play, I.
in the forest, we, make a fire, can’t.
can, Cathy, make jam.
soup, Tomas, cook, can.
can’t, her cat, the trees, climb.
6. Make up questions from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
her child, make a snowman, can?
can, what game, play, he?
do shopping, Bran, can?
sit, where, I, can?
Brett, can, board games, with whom, play?
you, can, how often, the piano, play?
tell, she, funny stories, can?
7. Make questions.
Begin the questions using the words in brackets.
Example:
She can play basketball. (What game)
What game can she play?
1. Mary can ride a bicycle. (How well)
2. You can play cricket. (What game)
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3.
4.
5.
6.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
My sister can paint. (What)
David can swim. (How well)
Scott can’t wash the floor. (Why)
I can play chess very well. (With whom)
8. Translate from Russian into English.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Я не умею играть на пианино.
Его сёстры умеют печь торты.
Мы умеем фотографировать.
Моя мама умеет печь очень хорошо.
Роб (Rов) не умеет мыть посуду.
Она умеет рисовать цветы очень хорошо.
Аня (Ann) умеет играть в теннис.
POSSESSIVE CASE OF NOUNS
(Притяжательный падеж
существительных)
Possessive Case
with People and Animals
one person
one animal
the man’s hat
the cat’s tail
two or more persons
two or more animals
the girls’ dolls
the dogs’ bones
but
the children’s books
the women’s bags
the men’s caps
the sheep’s tails
the mice’s ears
the fish’s eyes
the geese’s beaks
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
1. Write who they belong to.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
picture, Mark — Mark’s picture
Patrick, cat
the dog, food
mouse, James
tail, the rat
Jackson, song
map, the teacher
shoes, the boy
Mary, skirt
suit, William
2. Write who they belong to.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
the girl, toys — the girl’s toys
rulers, the pupil
the sisters, names
ears, the elephants
flowers, my grandparents
beds, the brothers
the girls, dresses
my friends, bicycles
books, his cousins
eyes, the giraffes
POSSESSIVE CASE OF NOUNS
3. Write who they belong to.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
the children, dolls — the children’s dolls
cap, my father
parrot, cage
David, cup
her sisters, pencils
parents, Susan
their friends, pets
his uncle, children
ducks, my grandmother
cliff, skates
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THE VERB “TO BE”
Positive
Interrogative
Long form
Short form
I am
I’m
He
She
It
⎧
⎪
⎨ is
⎪
⎩
You ⎧
⎪
We ⎨ are
⎪
They ⎩
Am I?
He
She
It
⎧
⎪
⎨ ’s
⎪
⎩
Is
You
We
They
⎧
⎪
⎨ ’re
⎪
⎩
⎧ you?
⎪
Are ⎨ we?
⎪
⎩ they?
⎧ he?
⎪
⎨ she?
⎪
⎩ it?
Negative
Long form
Short form
I am not
He
⎧
⎪
She ⎨ is not
⎪
It
⎩
You ⎧
⎪
We ⎨ are not
⎪
They ⎩
I’m not
He ⎧
⎪
She ⎨ isn’t
⎪
It
⎩
You ⎧
⎪
We ⎨ aren’t
⎪
They ⎩
THE VERB “TO BE”
Special Questions
Who
Who is he?
What
What is she?
What colour is your cat?
How
How are you?
How old is he?
Where
Where are you from?
Whose
Whose book is it?
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
1. Make up as many sentences as you can and read
them aloud.
I
His father
Her grandfather
His mother
He
She
My friend
am
is
a doctor.
a pilot.
a driver.
a worker.
a cosmonaut.
a housewife.
a engineer.
a pupil.
a teacher.
2. Make up as many sentences as you can and read
them aloud.
Her mother
His friend
I
My grandfather
My father
My grandmother
Her friend
am
is
a pupil.
a housewife.
a pilot.
a doctor.
a teacher.
a driver.
an engineer.
a worker.
a cosmonaut.
THE VERB “TO BE”
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3. Make up as many sentences as you can and read
them aloud.
My cousin
I
His aunt
Her father
Her grandfather
My brother
My sister
am
is
a housewife.
a doctor.
a driver.
a cosmonaut.
an engineer.
a pilot.
a pupil.
a worker.
a teacher.
4. Make up as many sentences as you can and read
them aloud.
You
Cliff
They
Her parents
We
Ann and Liz
His brother
I
am
is
are
a pilot.
a doctor.
teachers.
pupils.
a driver.
workers.
a housewife.
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
5. Make up as many sentences as you can and read
them aloud.
My friend and I
His sisters
Our mothers
Her brothers
They
I
My cousin
am
is
are
drivers.
doctors.
a pilot.
a pupil.
a teacher.
teachers.
workers.
engineers.
6. Make up as many sentences as you can and read
them aloud.
His cousin
Her sister
My brother
We
I
They
Billy and Willy
am
is
are
pilots.
pupils.
a student.
a teacher.
a housewife.
a doctor.
a cosmonaut.
THE VERB “TO BE”
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7. Make up as many sentences as you can and read
them aloud.
Our grandfather
I
My brothers
His sisters
We
You
She
am
is
are
Holland.
Sweden.
Turkey.
from Canada.
Australia.
Spain.
Russia.
8. Make up as many sentences as you can and read
them aloud.
Jane and Cliff
You
I
My mother and father
Her uncle
His grandfather
My aunt
am
is
are
China.
Greece.
France.
from Japan.
Germany.
Italy.
America.
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
9. Make up as many sentences as you can and read
them aloud.
His brothers
We
I
His friends
Sue
Charles and his
brother
My friend
am
is
are
Finland.
Africa.
India.
from Russia.
Sweden.
Japan.
Great Britain.
10. Make up as many sentences as you can and read
them aloud.
His cousin
Her friend
My grandfather
His sister
Her mother
I
Jack
am
is
Russia.
America.
Great Britain.
from Africa.
Canada.
Spain.
Italy.
THE VERB “TO BE”
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11. Make up as many sentences as you can and read
them aloud.
Jane
I
My friend
His brother
Her grandmother
My pet
Her father
am
is
France.
Germany.
Japan.
from Greece.
China.
Holland.
Sweden.
12. Make up as many sentences as you can and read
them aloud.
My mother
Her pet
His uncle
My sister
Kate
I
His brother
am
is
Turkey.
Great Britain.
Italy.
from Finland.
China.
America.
Canada.
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13. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
I (not to be) a sailor.
It (not to be) an ostrich.
Henry and Jim (not to be) sixteen.
Emily (not to be) from Switzerland.
She (not to be) his aunt.
Her teacher (not to be) from Finland.
Betty (not to be) seventeen.
It (not to be) a crocodile.
14. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Christina (to be) from Israel.
My friends (to be) builders.
Her grandparents (to be) sixty.
James (not to be) a fisherman.
It (to be) an ostrich.
We (not to be) from Japan.
Monica (to be) thirty.
It (not to be) an eagle.
15. Open the brackets.
1. I (not to be) his secretary.
2. Mark (to be) from Australia.
THE VERB “TO BE”
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Lolly and Pat (to be) businessmen.
It (to be) a kangaroo.
Roy (not to be) nineteen.
His friends (to be) from Canada.
It (not to be) a deer.
Nick (to be) a poet.
16. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Rolf (to be) from Mexico.
I (to be) from Brazil.
Victor (to be) a painter.
His elder brother (to be) twenty.
They (to be) economists.
Terry (to be) an actor.
Polly and Nat (to be) from New Zealand.
Her daughters (to be) ten.
17. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Janet (to be) from Egypt.
We (to be) policemen.
Ray (to be) twelve.
I (to be) a businessman.
Frank and Carol (to be) from Israel.
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7.
8.
9.
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Her aunt (to be) an actress.
Clem (to be) eighteen.
I (to be) from India.
It (to be) a dolphin.
18. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Emily (not to be) a shop assistant.
I (not to be) eleven.
Meggy and Ben (not to be) journalists.
His uncle (not to be) from Turkey.
Bill (not to be) fifteen.
I (not to be) from Sweden.
Bessy (not to be) a tailor.
It (not to be) a hamster.
19. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
The houses in this street (to be) very old.
These flowers (to be) very beautiful.
Paris (to be) the capital of France.
I (to be) interested in basketball.
It (to be) cold today.
I (not to be) afraid of dogs.
America (to be) a very big country.
THE VERB “TO BE”
8. Elephants (to be) big animals.
9. My mother (to be) at home.
10. He (not to be) interested in art.
20. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
My sister (to be) a doctor.
His parents (to be) engineers.
I (to be) a student.
My shoes (to be) very dirty.
Her bed (not to be) comfortable.
Your book (to be) on your bed.
I (not to be) happy today.
The shops (to be) open today.
Mr. Kelly’s son (to be) eight years old.
Mr. Smith’s children (to be) ten years old.
21. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
My parents (to be) at work today.
My cousin (to be) in London now.
I (not to be) a worker.
My elder brother (to be) tall.
It (to be) rainy today.
My friends (not to be) from Spain.
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8.
9.
10.
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He (to be) ill.
They (to be) in the garden.
My grandparents (to be) at the cinema.
His little sister (to be) afraid of cats.
22. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
The weather (to be) warm today.
The hotels (to be) very expensive.
I (to be) in Paris now.
The pupils (to be) at school now.
We (not to be) tired.
I (not to be) hungry.
It (to be) very late.
George (to be) at work now.
The shops (not to be) open today.
Our room (to be) very small.
23. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
My car (to be) white.
His friends (not to be) students.
She (to be) from Canada.
These shoes (to be) black.
It (to be) dark now.
THE VERB “TO BE”
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Her hands (to be) cold.
Our father (to be) tall.
It (not to be) sunny today.
You (not to be) tall.
They (to be) hungry.
24. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
It (not to be) rainy today.
My grandparents (to be) pensioners.
I (not to be) tired.
My little brother (to be) hungry now.
She (to be) fifteen years old.
It (not to be) hot now.
The dog (to be) angry.
The park (to be) open today.
My head (to be) cold.
His friend (to be) very tall.
25. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
It (to be) snowy today.
Rome (to be) in Italy.
My legs (to be) cold.
I (not to be) interested in art.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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The museum (to be) open today.
These cats (not to be) white.
London (to be) the capital of Great Britain.
Russia (to be) a very big country.
Dogs (not to be) big animals.
My little sister (to be) afraid of cats.
26. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
The weather (to be) very nice today.
I (not to be) tired.
He (to be) hungry.
The cat (to be) asleep.
The dogs (not to be) asleep.
Look! This (to be) Carol.
I (to be) hot.
My father and I (to be) good tennis players.
Mary (to be) at home but her children (to be) at school.
We (to be) pupils.
27. Fill in “Am”, “Is”, or “Are”.
1. ___ he your brother?
2. ___ it a sheep?
3. ___ they doctors?
THE VERB “TO BE”
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
___ his sister an actress?
___ they tigers?
___ it a zebra?
___ your father a policeman?
___ you a businessman?
___ her aunt a housewife?
___ they rabbits?
28. Fill in “Am”, “Is”, or “Are”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
___ she his wife?
___ your sister a tailor?
___ you a fisherman?
___ they tortoises?
___ it an eagle?
___ I a driver?
___ his brothers pilots?
___ Kate a sportsman?
___ your parents engineers?
___ it a whale?
29. Fill in “Am”, “Is”, or “Are”.
1. ___ his stepmother a kind woman?
2. ___ your daughter a good pupil?
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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___ her monkey funny?
___ they deer?
___ it a parrot?
___ your uncle a scientist?
___ dolphins clever animals?
___ her husband a military man?
___ Jack a gardener?
___ they writers?
30. Make up questions from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
students, these, are, boys?
Ted, is, from, where?
they, from, where, are?
your cat, is, how old?
girls, are, those, who?
is, what, it?
their, where, is, uncle?
31. Fill in “Am”, “Is”, or “Are”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
___ your uncle from Canada?
___ you from Italy?
___ it an ant?
___ they bats?
THE VERB “TO BE”
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
___ his cousin a driver?
___ her sisters from Germany?
___ they shop assistants?
___ it a camel?
___ she from Spain?
___ Ann and Liz from Holland?
32. Fill in “Am”, “Is”, or “Are”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
___ they bees?
___ it a grasshopper?
___ Molly from Poland?
___ your mother a postman?
___ you a nurse?
___ they from Sweden?
___ it a butterfly?
___ his relatives from Greece?
___ I a good pupil?
___ they sisters?
33. Fill in “Am”, “Is”, or “Are”.
1. ___ it an owl?
2. ___ they rats?
3. ___ Jane from Portugal?
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5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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___ I a clever boy?
___ his niece from Switzerland?
___ they cousins?
___ you from Ireland?
___ your daughter a beatiful girl?
___ it a ladybird?
___ you fine?
34. Write the sentences in the negative.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
It is a dog.
It isn’t a dog.
This is a dragonfly.
I am a shop assistant.
Dan is from Germany.
It is a wall.
Our sisters are doctors.
His uncle is forty-five.
Tom and Jane are from Austria.
35. Write the sentences in the negative.
1. It is a schoolbag.
2. This is my little sister.
3. I am fifteen.
THE VERB “TO BE”
4.
5.
6.
7.
These are English books.
It is a dolphin.
Molly is an engineer.
Those boys are students.
36. Write the sentences in the negative.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
These are pencils.
It is a tree.
His wife is fifty.
Ben is from Canada.
My stepmother is a nurse.
Those women are from Poland.
This is a house.
My parents are doctors.
37. Write the sentences in the negative.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Their grandmothers are pensioners.
I am from Great Britain.
It is a kangaroo.
These are Russian books.
You are twenty-four.
They are clever boys.
Those are pens.
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38. Write the sentences in the negative.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
It is a fly.
They are from India.
His uncle is a policeman.
Their daughter is from Sweden.
I am thirty-three.
She is from Switzerland.
Jane is a typist.
My friends are twins.
39. Write the sentences in the negative.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
I am an economist.
Jack is from Hungary.
Our granddaughter is a teacher.
Her aunt is twenty-nine.
You are from Ireland.
It is a ladybird.
Sue is my cousin.
40. Write the sentences in the negative.
1. It is a hippopotamus.
2. They are sailors.
3. Dave is twenty-five.
THE VERB “TO BE”
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
His mother is an actress.
These girls are my daughters.
My parents are forty.
Those children are good pupils.
I am from Denmark.
41. Write the sentences in the negative.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
It is an eagle.
Those men are from Portugal.
I am a milkman.
These parrots are very nice.
My mother is twenty-nine.
Susan is a housewife.
His stepmother is a kind woman.
Their relatives are from Norway.
42. Write the sentences in the interrogative.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
They are from Japan.
Are they from Japan?
John is a tall boy.
They are young women.
You are thirsty.
She is a good doctor.
They are big black bears.
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6. I am at home.
7. It is a bottle of milk.
8. His parrot is in the room.
43. Write the sentences in the interrogative.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
We are from Holland.
It is a bone.
They are his little nice puppies.
Molly is a good singer.
He is hungry.
Her eyes are blue.
I am at the theatre.
It is a lemon.
44. Write the sentences in the interrogative.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
It is a leaf.
His hair is blond.
My eyes are brown.
I am at work.
The water is fresh.
Sue and Susan are good friends.
He is a shop assistant.
They are jars of jam.
THE VERB “TO BE”
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45. Write the sentences in the interrogative.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
The flower is little.
We are at the cinema.
It is a glass of water.
Bill and Ted are from Germany.
I am at the birthday party.
It is his hat.
They are apple trees.
It is a cup of tea.
46. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
My name (to be) Pam. I (to be) from Holland. I (to be)
ten. I have got a family. We (to be) a family of six. I have got
a mother, a father, two brothers and a sister. My brothers’
names (to be) Sam and Dan. They (to be) twins. They (to
be) seven. I (to be) a pupil. My brothers (to be) pupils, too.
My sister’s name (to be) Abby. She (to be) four. Abby (not
to be) a pupil. I love my family.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
What is the girl’s name?
Where is she from?
How old is she?
Is she a pupil?
What are her brothers’ names?
How old are they?
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8.
9.
10.
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Are they pupils?
What is Pam’s sister’s name?
How old is Abby?
Is she a pupil?
47. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
My name (to be) Jane. I (to be) from Greece. I (to be)
nine. I have got a family. We (to be) a family of three. They
(to be) my mother, my father and me. I (to be) a pupil. My
mother (to be) a teacher. My father (to be) a driver.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
What is the girl’s name?
Where is she from?
How old is she?
What is Jane?
What is her mother?
What is her father?
48. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
My name (to be) Bab. I (to be) nine. I (to be) from Spain.
I have got a mother, a father and a sister. My sister (to be) a
little girl. She (to be) five. I (to be) a pupil, but my sister (not
to be) a pupil. She has got many toys. Her toys (to be) fine.
The dolls (to be) pink. The toy hare (to be) grey and white.
THE VERB “TO BE”
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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What is the girl’s name?
How old is Bab?
Where is she from?
Is her sister a little girl?
How old is Bab’s sister?
What is Bab?
Is Bab’s sister a pupil?
What colour are the dolls?
What colour is the toy hare?
49. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
My name (to be) Ann. I (to be) eight. I (to be) from Great
Britain. I have got a family. My family (to be) large. I have
got many toys. They (to be) nice. I have got a toy elephant.
It (to be) grey. I have got three balls. They (to be) red, blue,
yellow.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
What is the girl’s name?
Where is she from?
How old is Ann?
Is her family large or small?
Are her toys nice?
What colour is the elephant?
What colour are the balls?
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50. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
My name (to be) Bill. I (to be) from Holland. I (to be) ten.
I (to be) a pupil. My mother (to be) a doctor. Her name (to be)
Helen. My father (to be) a driver. His name (to be) Victor.
I have got many toys. I like to play with my toys. My toy
rabbits (to be) nice and funny. They (to be) white and blue.
I have got two toy dogs. They (to be) orange and brown.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
What is the boy’s name?
Where is he from?
How old is Bill?
What is Bill?
What is Bill’s mother?
What is her name?
What is Bill’s father?
What is his name?
Are Bill’s toy rabbits nice and funny?
What colour are they?
What colour are the toy dogs?
51. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
My name (to be) Pam. I (to be) seven. I (to be) from
America. I have got a friend. He (to be) from France. I (to be)
a pupil and my friend (to be) a pupil, too. He has got many
toys. He has got two toy monkeys. They (to be) funny. His
monkeys (to be) brown and black.
THE VERB “TO BE”
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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What is the girl’s name?
How old is she?
Where is Pam from?
Where is her friend from?
Are they pupils?
Are her friend’s monkeys funny?
What colour are the friend’s monkeys?
52. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
My name (to be) Dave. I (to be) from China. I (not to be) a
pupil. I (to be) twenty. I (to be) a student. I have got a sister.
She (to be) four. She has got many toys. They (to be) funny
and nice. The toy giraffe (to be) brown and yellow. The toy
zebra (to be) black and white. My little sister likes to play
with her toys.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
What is the boy’s name?
Where is he from?
Is he a pupil?
What is Dave?
How old is Dave?
How old is his sister?
Are her toys funny and nice?
What colour is her toy giraffe?
What colour is her toy zebra?
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53. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
My name (to be) Jane. I (to be) from France. I (not to be)
a pupil. I (to be) five. I have got a sister and a brother. They
(to be) pupils. We have got many toys. I have got three
dolls. They (to be) pink and black. My brother has got nice
toy animals. The toy squirrel (to be) funny. It (to be) red.
The toy cat (to be) nice. It (to be) grey. I like to play with my
toys, my sister likes to play with her toys, but my brother
doesn’t like to play with toys.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
What is the girl’s name?
Where is Jane from?
Is she a pupil?
How old is she?
What are her sister and brother?
What colour are Jane’s dolls?
Is Jane’s brother’s toy squirrel funny?
What colour is the toy squirrel?
Is the toy cat funny?
What colour is it?
54. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
My name (to be) Cliff. I (to be) from France. I (to be) eleven. I have got a friend. His name (to be) Jack. Jack (to be)
from America. He (to be) fifteen. I (to be) a pupil. My friend
(to be) a pupil, too. We (to be) good friends.
THE VERB “TO BE”
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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What is the boy’s name?
Where is he from?
How old is Cliff ?
What is his friend’s name?
What is Cliff ?
How old is Jack?
What is Jack?
Are they good friends?
55. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
My name (to be) Carol. I (to be) from Spain. I (to be) four.
I (not to be) a pupil. I have got a pet. It (to be) a cat. My cat’s
name (to be) Honey. Honey (to be) grey and white. He (to
be) two. I love my cat.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
What is the girl’s name?
Where is Carol from?
How old is she?
What is Carol?
What is the pet’s name?
Is Honey a cat or a dog?
What colour is Honey?
How old is he?
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56. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
My name (to be) Molly. I (to be) from Japan. I (to be)
eight. I have got a family. We (to be) a family of four: my
mother, my father, my brother and me. I (to be) a pupil,
but my brother (not to be) a pupil. He (to be) a student. His
name (to be) Billy. Billy (to be) nineteen. I love my brother
and my parents.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
What is the girl’s name?
Where is she from?
How old is Molly?
What is Molly?
What is her brother?
What is her brother’s name?
How old is Billy?
57. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
His name (to be) Jake. Jake (to be) from Canada. He (to
be) twelve. He (to be) a good friend. Jake has got a pet. It
(to be) a ferret.
His pet’s name (to be) Dick. Dick (to be) black. He (to be)
seven. Jake loves his pet.
1. What is the boy’s name?
2. Where is Jake from?
THE VERB “TO BE”
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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How old is he?
What is his pet’s name?
Is it a dog or a ferret?
What colour is Dick?
How old is Jake’s pet?
58. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
My name (to be) Dan. I (to be) from Australia. I (to be) thirteen. I have got a family. We (to be) a family of seven. I have
got two brothers and two sisters. My brothers (to be) twins.
And my sisters (to be) twins, too. My brothers (to be) ten. My
sisters (to be) nine. We (to be) pupils. I love my family.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
What is the boy’s name?
Where is Dan from?
What is Dan?
How old are his brothers?
How old are his sisters?
What are Dan’s brothers?
Are Dan’s sisters pupils?
59. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
My name (to be) Helen. I (to be) from Germany. I (to be)
fifteen. I have got a family. We (to be) a family of three. They
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(to be) my mother, my father and me. My mother’s name
(to be) Alice. My father’s name (to be) Ben. My parents (to
be) engineers. I (to be) a pupil.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
What is the girl’s name?
Where is Helen from?
Are they a family of four?
What is her mother’s name?
What is she?
What is Helen’s father’s name?
What is Ben?
Is Helen a pupil or an engineer?
60. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
My name (to be) Charles. I (to be) from Italy. I (to be)
seventeen. I (not to be) a pupil. I (to be) a student. I have
got a pet. It (to be) a monkey. My monkey’s name (to be)
Chita. She (to be) five. Chita (to be) from Africa. Chita and
I (to be) friends. I love my pet.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
What is the boy’s name?
Where is he from?
How old is Charles?
Is Charles a pupil?
What is Charles?
THE VERB “TO BE”
6.
7.
8.
9.
10
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What is Charles’s pet?
What is the monkey’s name?
How old is Chita?
Where is Chita from?
Are they friends?
61. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
My name (to be) Abby. I (to be) from India. I (to be) thirteen. I (to be) a pupil. I have got a pet. It (to be) an elephant.
My elephant’s name (to be) Grek. Grek (to be) grey and big.
He (to be) from India, too. Grek is twenty. We (to be) good
friends. I love my elephant.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
What is the girl’s name?
Where is Abby from?
How old is the girl?
Is she a pupil or a student?
What is the girl’s pet?
What is the elephant’s name?
What colour is Grek?
Where is Grek from?
Is Grek big or little?
How old is Grek?
Are they good friends?
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62. Change into the plural.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
He is a pupil.
They are pupils.
He is from Finland.
She is a doctor.
It is a caterpillar.
I am a secretary.
She is his daughter.
He is my brother.
It is a shark.
His cousin is from Bulgaria.
My pet is a dog.
Her niece is a housewife.
63. Change into the plural.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
You are a teacher.
They are teachers.
I am an actress.
Her aunt is from Australia.
He is a postman.
It is a snake.
My sister is a worker.
It is a dragonfly.
THE VERB “TO BE”
7.
8.
9.
10.
Her nephew is from Japan.
I am from France.
His brother is a sailor.
Our son is a good student.
64. Change into the plural.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
He is from Italy.
They are from Italy.
Her uncle is from Austria.
His relative is a worker.
She is from China.
You are a writer.
His grandmother is a housewife.
It is a mouse.
Our grandfather is from India.
Their daughter is a computer programmer.
It is an elephant.
He is from Turkey.
65. Change into the plural.
Example:
It is a lion.
They are lions.
1. She is a journalist.
2. It is a beetle.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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Our brother is a builder.
Their sister is from America.
His grandson is a kind boy.
Her nephew is an economist.
He is from Denmark.
You are a good teacher.
I am a pupil.
His granddaughter is from Norway.
66. Change into the plural.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
She is from Spain.
They are from Spain.
It is a hedgehog.
This woman is a cleaner.
You are from Hungary.
This man is a captain.
It is a fish.
Our cousin is a painter.
His sister is from Spain.
It is a penguin.
You are a good engineer.
I am a sportsman.
THE VERB “TO BE”
67. Change into the plural.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
He is a doctor.
They are doctors.
He is a brave soldier.
She is a beautiful woman.
This child is from Great Britain.
It is a mosquito.
Our son is a pilot.
This is a hippopotamus.
That boy is from Africa.
Their daughter is a typist.
That is an eagle.
It is a kangaroo.
68. Make up sentences from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
an engineer, his father, is.
my friend, a worker, is.
is, his mother, a teacher.
am, I, a cosmonaut.
is, her grandfather, a driver.
a pupil, am, I.
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69. Make up sentences from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
is, her friend, a doctor.
my father, a teacher, is.
am, a worker, I.
his cousin, a cosmonaut, is.
her sister, a housewife, is.
I, a pilot, am.
70. Make up sentences from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
is, his aunt, an engineer.
his grandfather, a driver, is.
am, I, a teacher.
my brother, a doctor, is.
is, my cousin, a pupil.
a housewife, my sister, is.
71. Make up sentences from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
is, a driver, our mother.
Helen, a student, is.
am, I, a driver.
a cosmonaut, his father, is.
I, a doctor, am.
my aunt, a worker, is.
THE VERB “TO BE”
72. Make up questions from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
is, she, where, from?
Billy, is, how old?
her, is, what, brother?
is, what, Charles?
the elephant, is, a pet?
he, is, a student?
73. Make up questions from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
is, where, the cat?
his cousin, how old, is?
is, her, what, brother’s name?
what, father, is, his?
she, Spain, from, is?
a teacher, she, is?
74. Make up questions from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
it, a cat, is, or, a tiger?
is, what, colour, the squirrel?
Jane, from, where, is?
what, the boy’s, name, is?
he, is, Canada, from?
is, your, how old, pet?
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75. Make up questions from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
is, where, son, her?
his, how old, is, cat?
her cousin, from, is, where?
our, from, grandmother, is, Italy?
the toy squirrel, is, what colour?
is, what, friend, his?
76. Make up sentences from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
a pilot, are, you.
Jane, a teacher, is.
a housewife, his mother, is.
doctors, Jack and Kate, are.
is, his brother, a driver.
are, pupils, we.
77. Make up sentences from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
engineers, my friend and I, are.
our mothers, doctors, are.
my cousin, a teacher, is.
am, a pupil, I.
are, workers, they.
her brother, a cosmonaut, is.
THE VERB “TO BE”
78. Make up sentences from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Billy and Sam, drivers, are.
is, her sister, a student.
am, a housewife, I.
we, pilots, are.
his aunt, a doctor, is.
are, teachers, her parents.
79. Make up sentences from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
are, cosmonauts, Dan and Charles.
am, a worker, I.
my cousin, a worker, is.
are, his sisters, teachers.
an engineer, is, my father.
a housewife, his aunt, is.
80. Ask and answer the questions.
Use the words in brackets.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
What it (to be)? (a pen)
It is a pen.
Where his aunt (to be) from? (Sweden)
How old your sister (to be)? (25)
What he (to be)? (a computer programmer)
What it (to be)? (a deer)
Where you (to be) from? (Spain)
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7.
8.
9.
10.
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What your father (to be)? (an economist)
Where they (to be) from? (India)
What his cousin (to be)? (a driver)
How old that man (to be)? (30)
What this animal (to be)? (a hedgehog)
81. Ask and answer the questions.
Use the words in brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
How old you (to be)? (13)
Where his wife (to be) from? (Canada)
What that animal (to be)? (a donkey)
How old your niece (to be)? (17)
Where your relatives (to be) from? (Switzerland)
What it (to be)? (a tortoise)
What your sisters (to be)? (doctors)
How old they (to be)? (20)
What her husband (to be)? (a businessman)
What it (to be)? (a bee)
82. Ask and answer the questions.
Use the words in brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
They (to be) from Italy or Greece? (Portugal)
What her nephews (to be)? (drivers)
What his daughter (to be)? (an actress)
How old his parents (to be)? (31, 35)
THE VERB “TO BE”
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
What it (to be)? (a caterpillar)
What those men (to be)? (cosmonauts)
Where your stepmother (to be) from? (America)
How old your sons (to be)? (10, 3)
What it (to be)? (a kangaroo)
Where his grandmother (to be) from? (Finland)
83. Ask and answer questions.
Use the words in the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
What it (to be)? (a table)
Who Kate (to be)? (my sister)
How old your grandson (to be)? (8)
Where his daughter (to be) from? (Turkey)
Who David and Tim (to be)? (his brothers)
What it (to be)? (an armchair)
Where their sons (to be) from? (Canada)
How old our grandparents (to be)? (63, 70)
What it (to be)? (a frog)
Who she (to be)? (my cousin)
84. Ask and answer the questions.
Use the words in brackets.
1. Who he (to be)? (her husband)
2. What those men (to be)? (fishermen)
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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Where these women (to be) from? (Poland)
How old those actors (to be)? (24, 30)
Who they (to be)? (my nephews)
What it (to be)? (a pencil case)
Who those girls (to be)? (his cousins)
What it (to be)? (a ruler)
How old that teacher (to be)? (25)
What it (to be)? (a whale)
85. Ask and answer the questions.
Use the words in brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
How old your pet (to be)? (4)
Where their aunt (to be) from? (Denmark)
What it (to be)? (a deer)
Who those boys (to be)? (her nephews)
Where that man (to be) from? (Greece)
What it (to be)? (a rubber)
What those girls (to be)? (students)
Where their cousin (to be) from? (Holland)
How old your uncle (to be)? (48)
What it (to be)? (a window)
THE VERB “TO HAVE”
Affirmative
Interrogative
Long form
Short form
I ⎧
⎪
You ⎪ have
⎨
We ⎪ (got)
They ⎪⎩
I ⎧
⎪
You ⎪ ’ve
⎨
We ⎪ (got)
They ⎪⎩
He
She
It
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
has
(got)
He
She
It
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
’s
(got)
⎧
⎪
⎪
Have ⎨
⎪
⎪
⎩
I
you
we
they
⎧
⎪
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎪
⎩
got?
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
he
she
it
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
got?
Has
Negative
I ⎧
⎪
You ⎪
⎨ have not got
We ⎪
They ⎪⎩
He
She
It
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
has not got
I ⎧
⎪
You ⎪ haven’t got
⎨
We ⎪ (’ve not got)
They ⎪⎩
He
She
It
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
hasn’t got
(’s not got)
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Special Questions
What, how many
What
⎧
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎩
have
has
⎧
⎪
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎪
⎩
I
you
we
they
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
he
she
it
⎧
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎩
got?
Who, which of you, which of them
Who has got?
THE VERB “TO HAVE”
1. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
I (not to have got) cousins.
Sibyl (not to have got) pens.
We (not to have got) goats.
Rob (not to have got) a brother.
The puppy (not to have got) a mother.
Fred (not to have got) a pet.
Micky and I (not to have got) a toy hare.
His elder sister (not to have got) a child.
2. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Fanny and Jim (not to have got) an uncle.
I (to have got) three red toy foxes.
Bessy (to have got) four grandparents.
The cat (not to have got) kittens.
Alice (to have got) a grey toy wolf.
My cousin and I (to have got) seven pets.
Dave (not to have got) a toy zebra.
Fred and his sister (not to have got) French books.
3. Open the brackets.
1. Jill (not to have got) toy animals.
2. I (to have got) four color pencils.
3. Meggy (to have got) a toy penguin.
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5.
6.
7.
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They (to have got) nine hamsters.
The duck (not to have got) ducklings.
My grandfather (to have got) bees.
Beck (not to have got) Italian books.
Jerry and I (to have got) two black pens.
4. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Tim (to have got) two toy rabbits.
I (to have got) three cousins.
We (to have got) six pets.
The child (to have got) a red ball.
Rose (to have got) four brothers.
Peggy and Willy (to have got) five kittens.
They (to have got) six hedgehogs.
5. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
I (to have got) two toy puppies.
The hen (to have got) ten chickens.
Tony (to have got) three children.
Sandy and Terry (to have got) a dog and a cat.
His aunt (to have got) a child.
Ted and I (to have got) four uncles.
Sally (to have got) two sisters.
The duck (to have got) seven ducklings.
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6. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
We (not to have got) pets.
Linda (not to have got) grandparents.
I (not to have got) an English textbook.
Abby (not to have got) friends.
The dog (not to have got) puppies.
They (not to have got) toys.
Peter (not to have got) a toy monkey.
Phil and I (not to have got) pencils.
7. Write the sentences in the third person singular.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
We have got a dog.
He has got a dog.
Their children have got many toys.
Our uncles have got two new cars.
Those boys have got five big balloons.
His aunts have got four children.
Her sisters have got six apples.
My brothers have got beautiful pictures.
Their cousins have got good computers.
These girls have got nice rubbers.
You have got a piano.
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8. Write the sentences in the third person singular.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
They have got a cat.
She has got a cat.
You have got five pets.
We have got three funny monkeys.
Her children have got two nice hedgehogs.
His brothers have got big toy planes.
Our cousins have got four horses.
The cats have got six kittens.
These boys have got nice toy helicopters.
Their sisters have got three clever brothers.
I have got a sheep and a goose in the country.
9. Write the sentences in the third person singular.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
The girls have got dolls.
The girl has got dolls.
The doctors have got little sticks.
The lions have got three lion cubs.
The ducks have got twelve ducklings.
The pupils have got new textbooks.
Our children have got nice black and white toy cars.
The dogs have got six little puppies.
Her cousins have got two beautiful sisters.
The students have got interesting magazines.
The teachers have got a blackboard.
THE VERB “TO HAVE”
10. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Alice ___ a nice umbrella.
Tigers ___ sharp teeth.
Grandfather ___ a new magazine.
I ___ a birthday cake.
We ___ a good fridge.
The pupils ___ twelve desks in the classroom.
That boy ___ an accordion.
Julia ___ two sandwiches.
Foxes ___ long beautiful tails.
11. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Rabbits ___ short tails and long ears.
We ___ thirteen tasty sweets.
Paul ___ an ice cream.
Henry ___ two windows in his room.
Rats ___ short sharp teeth.
His grandfather ___ a very old watch.
I ___ a big carpet on the floor.
Liz ___ a short red skirt.
Julia ___ a very fat cat.
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12. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
I ___ three French books.
The boy ___ four flies.
We ___ very tasty bananas.
The postman ___ many letters.
They ___ a bed and a sofa in the room.
My doll ___ little red lips.
Jill ___ six pies with cabbage.
The woman ___ three little sons.
I ___ two good friends.
13. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Julia ___ four yellow big lemons.
They ___ six black and white penguins.
The man ___ a little computer.
Charlie and Kate ___ a box of sweets.
Diana ___ two blue pencil cases.
Those women ___ beautiful white hats.
The boys ___ nice motorcycles.
Carol ___ three nice cups.
My grandmother ___ ten beautiful pictures.
THE VERB “TO HAVE”
14. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Susan ___ a short nose.
His rabbits ___ very long ears.
The flower ___ three leaves.
Eliza ___ a big red bag.
I ___ a bottle of milk.
His parrot ___ long wings.
My elder brother ___ a new watch.
Henry and George ___ grey shoes.
My mother ___ a gold ring.
15. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
We ___ a swimming pool in the yard.
The dog ___ a big bone.
His sister ___ blonde hair.
I ___ blue eyes.
Carol ___ long green skirt.
Nan and Bab ___ a jar of jam.
Her cousin ___ a piece of cheese.
My mother ___ a kilo of meat.
They ___ three white candles.
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16. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
We ___ ten trees in the garden.
Mario ___ a cup of tea.
They ___ good records.
Their family ___ a big bus.
Kim and Linda ___ glasses of juice.
John ___ a new white car.
You ___ two beds in your room.
The table ___ four legs.
Sheila ___ a nice bicycle.
17. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
The child ___ a new beautiful toy.
They ___ a helicopter.
Sally ___ a nice black piano.
Andrew and Bob ___ a small house in the country.
The woman ___ a very nice hat.
My uncle ___ two telephones in his flat.
Jim and Robert ___ an old tape recorder.
They ___ a modern plane.
Christina ___ a new camera.
THE VERB “TO HAVE”
18. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Their family ___ three modern TV sets.
I ___ a bad computer.
Peter and Tina ___ seven balloons.
He ___ a guitar.
My father ___ an old watch.
They ___ six nice pictures.
We ___ five children.
Our parents ___ two armchairs in their room.
The bed ___ four legs.
19. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
We ___ five chairs in the room.
You ___ three sons.
The boy ___ a new bicycle.
Mike ___ a toy bear.
I ___ a little sister.
He ___ a black hen.
The hen ___ ten yellow chickens.
My mother ___ two daughters.
They ___ a very old car.
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20. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Sue ___ a clever dog.
My relatives ___ six rooms.
We ___ two small tables in the room.
That boy ___ a very good horse.
My grandparents ___ a big garden.
His friends ___ two funny monkeys.
Her grandmother ___ five grey ducks.
The duck ___ ten yellow ducklings.
You ___ a black puppy.
21. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
They ___ a small green and red bird.
The family ___ five sons.
My father ___ a red car.
Fred ___ seven black pencils.
The boys ___ a nice donkey.
I ___ a good friend.
Alf ___ a father and a mother.
My cousin ___ two nice pets.
The room ___ four walls.
THE VERB “TO HAVE”
22. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
The man ___ two legs.
You ___ six balloons.
The bird ___ a small nest.
This boy ___ a clever puppy.
We ___ brown pencils.
I ___ five flowers.
That girl ___ a silver bell.
The room ___ a floor and a ceiling.
23. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
She ___ a blue dress.
My bird ___ a big cage.
They ___ two armchairs.
Sam ___ three friends.
The tiger ___ a long tail.
You ___ a toy tiger.
He ___ a beautiful rose.
His cat ___ ten kittens.
We ___ four pigs and one cow.
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24. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
His sister ___ a grey and black puppy.
We ___ three flags.
My mother ___ eleven cups.
They ___ two goats.
Their hen ___ seven chickens.
I ___ a new English textbook.
My brother ___ four chairs and one table in the room.
My friend and I ___ six copybooks.
He ___ a toy star.
25. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Sheila ___ new jeans.
I ___ two warm sweaters.
Christina and Barbara ___ nice white dresses.
Nan ___ three new black skirts.
Tony ___ old trousers.
My grandmothers ___ beautiful fur coats.
Her doll ___ a long pink dress.
Her nephew ___ a grey suit.
That woman ___ a very nice hat.
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26. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Linda ___ long hair.
They ___ thin legs and arms.
My new doll ___ a nice red mouth.
John ___ a short neck.
Her toy fox ___ a long red tail.
Our grandmother’s sheep ___ a short tail.
He ___ big ears.
Tina ___ a nice short nose.
His toy giraffe ___ a very long neck.
27. Fill in the blanks with “have got”
or “has got”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Jim ___ four tasty apples.
We ___ a bottle of milk.
Mario and Linda ___ two cups of coffee on the table.
I ___ a jar of jam.
Our mother ___ a kilo of meat.
The children ___ six pears.
Paul ___ three pieces of cheese.
Father ___ a cup of beer.
Andrew and Bob ___ four cans of Coke.
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28. Write the sentences in the negative.
Example:
1.
2.
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8.
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Betty has got a brother.
Betty hasn’t got a brother.
Charlie has got three big dogs.
Her sisters have got Italian books.
My mother has got a sister.
Your brothers have got good computers.
Henry has got a shark.
Our grandfather has got a deer.
Julia and Carol have got mice.
I have got a green big frog.
We have got a house in the country.
29. Write the sentences in the negative.
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8.
9.
Carol has got three pears.
We have got four big yellow melons.
Eliza and Kate have got bananas.
You have got ten cucumbers.
Diana has got a cup of coffee.
The children have got nine sweets.
The cat has got a little fish.
They have got seven orange carrots.
Jill has got a glass of juice.
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30. Write the sentences in the negative.
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2.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
Henry has got a wife.
I have got seven cousins.
Alice has got two grandmothers.
You have got six sisters.
Eliza has got a husband.
Diana and George have got five children.
We have got two grandsons and three granddaughters.
Jill has got a father.
My sister has got two uncles.
31. Write sentences as in the example.
Example:
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Kate has got two pencils. (a pen)
Kate hasn’t got a pen.
Tib has got two white kittens. (a dog)
My niece has got a red ball. (a kitten)
They have got three sons. (a daughter)
We have got two armchairs in the room. (a chair)
Nan has got five English books. (Russian books)
Charles and Billy have got ten copybooks. (textbooks)
I have got a funny monkey (a nice cat)
My mother has got a beautiful dress. (a new skirt)
Our grandmother has got four grandsons (a granddaughter)
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32. Write the sentences in the negative using
the words in brackets.
Example:
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Mark has got a bicycle. (a car)
Mark hasn’t got a car.
Helen has got a white mouse. (a rat)
The boys have got seven frogs. (a nice tortoise)
Alice and Sue have got three brothers. (cousins)
His aunt has got six sheep. (a cow)
They have got a desks in the classroom. (an armchair)
Their parents have got ten horses. (a pig)
Margaret has got a new pencil case. (a rubber)
I have got two grandmothers. (a grandfather)
Dave has got a nice rabbit. (a donkey)
33. Write the sentences in the negative using
the words in brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
I have got a mother. (a father)
Burt has got a record book. (a textbook)
Her nephew has got three puppies. (a dog)
Jane has got eight beautiful flowers. (a vase)
We have got a nice vase. (flowers)
They have got three windows in the room. (two doors)
Jack has got four hedgehogs. (a hare)
I have got a family. (a pet)
My friend has got a nice ruler. (a pencil case)
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34. Change into the plural.
Example:
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He has got a pet.
They have got a pet.
This schoolboy has got a new schoolbag.
The girl has got a dragonfly.
That woman has got black hair.
The doll has got long legs and arms.
The child has got a nice funny toy.
My sister has got a good friend.
This man has got a big modern car.
The goose has got a short white tail.
Her grandmother has got an old house in the country.
35. Change into the plural.
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2.
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9.
His cousin has got German textbooks.
That schoolgirl has got green and orange pencils.
This woman has got a beautiful fur coat.
The mouse has got a long grey tail.
His sister has got two nice butterflies.
That man has got a modern motorcycle.
The boy has got a nice little toy hippopotamus.
The policeman has got a uniform.
Her uncle has got a new computer.
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36. Change into the plural.
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2.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
The deer has got long antlers.
The postman has got a big black bag.
Her child has got a toy ladybird.
Our grandfather has got many bees.
My friend has got two new bicycles.
The sheep has got a short grey tail.
Their pet has got green, red and white wings.
Our family has got a new flat.
My brother has got a modern telephone.
37. Change into the plural.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
I have a little toy puppy.
He has got two German textbooks.
My sister has got a beautiful vase.
The cat has got kittens.
The duck has got ducklings.
The dog has got puppies.
I have got an interesting book.
His friend has got nice funny monkeys.
Their sister has got white mice.
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38. Change into the plural.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
She has got a pink rose.
He has got five blue pencils.
This girl has got yellow sunglasses.
That boy has got four toy squirrels.
I have got new armchairs.
My elder sister has got a gold ring.
Mary has got a very old toy.
Jane has got thirteen bells.
I have got a brown camel.
39. Change into the plural.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
The fox has got a red tail.
The eagle has got a very sharp beak.
The rabbit has got four short legs.
The bird has got a small nest.
He has got a long nose.
This child has got thin legs and arms.
The doll has got long white hair.
I have got three nice tortoises.
The hare has got a short tail.
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40. Fill in “Have” or “Has”.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
___ his parents got five sons?
___ your grandmother got granddaughters?
___ her sister got a nice toy duckling?
___ their daughter got a good friend?
___ our cousins got many toys?
___ my uncle got children?
___ Ben got a new schoolbag?
___ the table got three legs?
___ Ted and Liz got brothers and sisters?
41. Fill in “have” or “has”.
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2.
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4.
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7.
8.
9.
How many rules ___ the pupil got?
How many flowers ___ those girls got?
How many English books ___ you got?
How many toy kangaroos ___ Kate got?
How many Russian books ___ Sue got?
How many new pencil cases ___ your sister got?
How many beetles ___ your friends got?
How many German textbooks ___ they got?
How many ducklings ___ the duck got?
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42. Fill in “have” or “has”.
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9.
What toy ___ the girl got?
What pet ___ your little sister got?
What book ___ Sam and Tim got?
What bird ___ the friends got?
What English textbooks ___ your mother got?
What Russian textbooks ___ those pupils got?
What flowers ___ his cousin got?
What TV set ___ your family got?
What Italian textbooks ___ Susan got?
43. Fill in “have” or “has”.
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2.
3.
4.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
___ you got a pet?
How many pets ___ he got?
___ their uncle got a daughter?
What ___ Sue got?
___ your relatives got children?
How many children ___ they got?
___ his son got many toys?
How many toys ___ you got?
___ the hen got chickens?
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44. Fill in “have” or “has”.
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What pet ___ you got?
How many sisters ___ your friend got?
___ they got tigers?
What book ___ Mary got?
How many flowers ___ that girl got?
___ we got a picture?
___ Dan and Tim got English books?
What ball ___ Jack got?
How many balls ___ those boys got?
45. Fill in “have” or “has”.
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2.
3.
4.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
How many chickens ___ the hen got?
___ mother got a new skirt?
How many pencil cases ___ the pupils got?
___ their friend got a dolphin?
What ___ the children got?
___ they got nice bees?
___ that boy got a green frog?
How many rats ___ his brother got?
___ she got bats?
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46. Fill in “haven’t” or “hasn’t”.
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Who ___ got a rubber?
I ___ got a child.
Christina ___ got a brother.
Why ___ Jim got a bicycle?
___ he got a tape recorder?
Who ___ got a black pen?
___ Paul and Sheila got grandparents?
Why ___ you got a husband?
Who ___ got a textbook?
47. Fill in “haven’t” or “hasn’t”.
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9.
My uncle ___ got a wife.
Who ___ got a ruler?
Why ___ Barbara and Tina got brothers?
Robert and his friend ___ got schoolbags.
Who ___ got a copybook?
My mother ___ got a new dress.
Why ___ they got a house?
Willy ___ got an uncle.
Who ___ got homework?
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48. Fill in “haven’t” or “hasn’t”.
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7.
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9.
___ they got relatives?
Why ___ his cousin got a watch?
___ Molly got a piano at home?
Who ___ got an English textbook?
His aunt ___ got a husband.
Why ___ we got a car?
___ you got a toy bear?
Billy ___ got a father.
Who ___ got a record book?
49. Ask questions with the words in brackets.
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2.
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4.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
Joe and Andrew have got ten ducklings. (How many)
Sally has got a new beautiful doll. (What)
The boys have got three nice stars. (Who)
I have got eleven lemons. (How many)
Andrew and Robert haven’t got a desk. (Why)
Tib has got two black toy bears. (Who)
My grandmother has got two cows. (How many)
We haven’t got a tape recorder. (What)
Tina hasn’t got a textbook. (Why)
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50. Ask questions with the words in brackets.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Bob has got a big helicopter. (What)
I have got three sisters. (Who)
The tiger has got two tiger cubs. (How many)
His grandparents have got an old house. (Who)
He hasn’t got a camera. (What)
Her children haven’t got toys. (Why)
Jim has got five parrots. (How many)
It hasn’t got a puppy. (Who)
We have got three beautiful vases. (How many)
51. Ask questions with the words
in brackets.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Jim hasn’t got a ruler. (Why)
I have got nine apples. (How many)
Tina has got a new pencil case. (Who)
We have got six balls. (What)
Jim hasn’t got a telephone. (Why)
My brother has got two bicycles. (How many)
They have got ten children. (How many)
He has got a long snake. (What)
They have got four buses. (How many)
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52. Ask and answer the questions.
Use the words in brackets.
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2.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
How many books you (to have got)? (5)
What pet Mary (to have got)? (a little puppy)
How many balloons Christina (to have got)? (10)
Peter (to have got) a guitar or a piano? (a guitar)
What Sally and Jean (to have got)? (three funny rats)
How many children their parents (to have got)? (3)
They (to have got) a helicopter or a plane? (a plane)
How many bicycles Paul (to have got) (2)
What those girls (to have got)? (beautiful flowers)
53. Ask and answer the questions.
Use the words in brackets.
1. How many apple trees your grandfather (to have got) in
the garden? (10)
2. Sheila (to have got) a toy lion or a toy tortoise? (a toy lion)
3. How many TV sets we (to have got)? (3)
4. What Simon and Barbara (to have got)? (a modern computer)
5. They (to have got) a grandson or a granddaughter?
(a grandson)
6. Barbara (to have got) a clever or silly parrot? (silly)
7. How many records your grandparents (to have got)? (54)
8. What those women (to have got)? (new cars)
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9. Your brother (to have got) a good or bad English textbook?
(good)
54. Ask and answer the questions.
Use the words in brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
How many computers their father (to have got)? (two)
The hen (to have got) white or yellow chickens? (yellow)
The hedgehogs (to have got) two or four legs? (two)
How many dolls her daughter (to have got)? (10)
Tina (to have got) a big or little goose? (big)
How many guitars Peter (to have got)? (3)
Her dolls (to have got) long or short hair? (long)
How many grandparents Bob (to have got)? (4)
He (to have got) a modern or old computer? (old)
55. Make up sentences from the words.
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2.
3.
4.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
has got, new, Mario, a, bicycle.
many, we, records, have got.
toy, a, helicopter, I, have got.
has got, nice, the woman, a, hat.
Sally, Christina, big, and, have got, a, doll.
two, has got, Jean, cameras.
have got, I, lamps, three.
two, Bob, toy, has got, houses.
have got, four, they, buses.
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56. Make up sentences from the words.
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5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
have got, I, and, an apple, a lemon.
grey, red, and, John, a, ball, has got.
toy, the boys, ten, have got, cars.
three, Tina, pencils, has got, blue.
have got, a radio, you.
beautiful, my cousin, five, has got, pictures.
has got, little, six, boxes, Barbara.
big, Simon, a pencil case, has got.
have got, their parents, a baby.
57. Make up sentences from the words.
1. ten, they, English, have got, textbooks.
2. has got, new, her husband, a, tape recorder.
3. in the garden, my grandmother, apple trees, ten,
has got.
4. has got, children, Joy, two.
5. six, have got, stars, you.
6. rulers, have got, the pupils, nice.
7. grey, I, toy, have got, a, dolphin.
8. has got, his, toy, sister, a, piano.
9. little, tables, have got, we, three.
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58. Make up sentences from the words.
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2.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
a, cup, have got, I, new.
a, parrot, funny, his brother, has got.
have got, a, donkey, toy, we.
three, he, nice, has got, puppies.
has got, a, pencil, Kate, red.
our, has got, five, grandmother, ducklings.
have got, two, they, dogs.
Tib and Tony, six, copybooks, have got.
one rubber, have got, I.
59. Make up sentences from the words.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
has got, flowers, Jane, three, nice.
has got, a, hedgehog, toy, my sister.
seven, they, horses, have got.
has got, five, the cat, kittens.
have got, eight, we, pigs.
a, pencil case, new, has got, my friend.
have got, Sally, a piano, and, Andrew.
nice, has got, Simon, a, camera.
has got, a TV set, uncle, their.
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60. Make up sentences from the words.
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2.
3.
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6.
7.
8.
in the country, have got, a house, grandparents, her.
has got, Sheila, new, a, doll.
record, has got, an, his grandmother, old.
nice, have got, a, plate, I.
has got, silly, a, donkey, he.
have got, toy, they, a, helicopter.
blue, seven, Christina, balloons, has got.
a guitar, Peter, has got.
61. Make up questions from the words.
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2.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Barbara, a pet, hasn’t got?
they, bees, how many, have got?
Robert, hasn’t got, a book, why?
has got, a piano, his sister?
a lamp, you, little, have got?
has got, his cousin, what?
that man, how many, has got, camels?
hasn’t got, who, a pen?
a grandmother, haven’t got, they?
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62. Make up questions from the words.
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2.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
Simon, hasn’t got, a sister?
a cap, who, hasn’t got?
Jim, how many, has got, tortoises?
toy, a, squirrel, you, have got?
hasn’t got, Sally, why, a chair?
Christina, Sheila, how many, and, have got, rats?
his brother, what, has got?
you, haven’t got, copybooks?
has got, new, how many, Barbara, dolls?
63. Make up questions from the words.
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2.
3.
4.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
those children, how many, have got, balloons?
Bob, a radio, hasn’t got?
that child, what, has got?
puppies, their dog, how many, has got?
haven’t got, his cousins, why, pets?
kittens, hasn’t got, the cat?
have got, a cousin, you?
Tina, Sally, and, brothers, have got?
have got, planes, how many, they?
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64. Make up questions from the words.
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7.
8.
9.
the hen, how many, has got, chickens?
those, what, have got, children?
you, a camera, have got?
has got, new, who, bicycle?
their grandmother, rabbits, has got?
haven’t got, they, a telephone, why?
vases, how many, she, has got?
a, doll, hasn’t got, Sally, new?
you, a pencil, haven’t got, why?
65. Make up questions from the words.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
houses, they, have got, how many?
Jim, a guitar, hasn’t got?
the children, balloons, yellow, have got?
they, why, a computer, haven’t got?
guitars, Simon, has got, how many?
a watch, haven’t got, you?
hasn’t got, who, an English textbook?
her sister how many, has got, dresses?
hasn’t got, a car, John?
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66. Make up questions from the words.
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2.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Christina, a TV set, hasn’t got?
parrots, Tina, has got, how many?
old, have got, recorders, your parents?
children, have got, how many, they?
a record book, why, you, haven’t got?
toys, Andrew, hasn’t got?
Jim, Simon, and, a ball, have got?
apples, these girls, how many, have got?
his cousins, haven’t got, a computer?
67. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
Molly
I (to be) Molly. I (to be) from Brazil. I (to be) seven. I (to
be) a pupil. I (to have got) a family. We (to be) a family of
five. They (to be) my mother, my father, two brothers and
me. My mother’s name (to be) Nora. Nora (to be) thirty.
She (to be) a journalist. I want to be a journalist, too. My
father’s name (to be) Willy. Willy (to be) thirty-eight. He (not
to be) a journalist, Willy (to be) a builder. My brothers (to
be) pupils. Their names (to be) Roy and Terry. Roy (to be)
eleven. Terry (to be) fifteen. We (to have got) many toys.
They (to be) balls and toy animals. We (to have got) pets,
too. They (to be) two parrots and a hamster. Our pets (to
be) very nice. I love my family and my pets.
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What the girl’s name (to be)?
Where Molly (to be) from?
How old she (to be)?
What Molly (to be)?
Molly (to have got) a family?
How many brothers Molly (to have got)?
What her mother’s name (to be)?
How old Nora (to be)?
What Nora (to be)?
What Molly’s mother’s name (to be)?
How old Willy (to be)?
What Willy (to be)?
What Molly’s brothers (to be)?
What their names (to be)?
How old Roy (to be)?
How old Terry (to be)?
Molly and her brothers (to have got) many toys?
What toys they (to have got)?
They (to have got) pets?
What pets they (to have got)?
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68. Open the brackets and answer the questions.
My Friend
My name (to be) Rolf. I (to be) from Mexico. I (not to be)
a pupil. I (to be) six. I (to have got) a friend. My friend (not
to be) from Mexico. He (to be) from Israel. He (to be) Morris.
Morris (to be) a pupil. He (to be) eight. Morris (to have got)
a family. They (to be) a family of four. They (to be) a mother,
a father and two children. His mother (to be) a housewife.
She (to be) Emily. Emily (to be) forty. His father (to be) a
sailor. He (to be) Mark. Mark (to be) forty-two. Morris (to
have got) a sister. Her name (to be) Fanny. Fanny (to be) a
pupil. She (to be) fifteen. Morris (to have got) a pet. It (to
be) a dog. His dog (to be) black and grey. His name (to be)
Tim. Tim (to be) three. Morris loves his family and his pet.
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What the boy’s name (to be)?
Where Rolf (to be) from?
What Rolf (to be)?
How old Rolf (to be)?
Rolf (to have got) a friend?
What his name (to be)?
Where Morris (to be) from?
What Morris (to be)?
How old he (to be)?
Morris (to have got) a family?
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What his mother (to be)?
What her name (to be)?
How old Emily (to be)?
What Morris’s father (to be)?
What his name (to be)?
How old Mark (to be)?
Morris (to have got) a sister or brother?
What Fanny (to be)?
How old Fanny (to be)?
What pets Morris (to have got)?
What colour Tim (to be)?
How old Tim (to be)?
69. Answer the questions.
Then write a composition “About Myself”.
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9.
What is your name?
Where are you from?
How old are you?
Are you a pupil?
Have you got a family?
What is your family?
What is your mother’s name?
What is she?
How old is she?
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What is your father’s name?
What is he?
How old is your father?
Have you got a sister or a brother?
How many sisters and brothers have you got?
What are their names?
What are they?
How old are they?
Have you got grandparents?
What is your grandmother’s name?
How old is your grandmother?
What is your grandfather’s name?
How old is your grandfather?
What are your grandparents?
Have you got a friend?
What is his (her) name?
What is he (she)?
How old is he (she)?
Have you got a pet?
What is it?
What is your pet’s name?
How old is your pet?
Have you got toys?
What toys have you got?
What colour are they?
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70. Translate from Russian into English.
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У Андрея и Павла есть три сестры.
У нашей мамы есть новая юбка.
У меня есть три беленьких котёнка.
У его сестры есть забавный попугай.
У нашей бабушки есть десять уток.
У этих девочек есть пять красных воздушных шариков.
7. У меня есть две сестры и три брата.
71. Translate from Russian into English.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
У Петра есть новый хороший велосипед.
У нашей собаки есть два маленьких щенка.
У Маши есть три красивых куклы.
У них есть вертолёт.
У нас в классе есть ковёр.
У нашей бабушки есть три внука.
У меня есть хорошенький игрушечный ослик.
72. Translate from Russian into English.
1. У наших двоюродных братьев есть корова и свиньи.
2. У меня есть две бабушки и один дедушка.
3. У моего друга есть новая хорошая линейка.
THE VERB “TO HAVE” 123
4.
5.
6.
7.
У нас есть вертолёт и самолёт.
У Алисы есть хорошенькая черепаха.
У меня есть две интересных английских книги.
У их детей есть много хороших игрушек.
73. Translate from Russian into English.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
У меня есть телевизор в моей комнате.
У моей куклы длинные волосы.
У его папы есть современный компьютер.
У наших бабушек есть старые пластинки.
У моей старшей сестры есть пианино.
У нас есть забавные игрушки.
У его мамы есть новая хорошая машина.
PRESENT SIMPLE
(INDEFINITE) TENSE
Affirmative
I
He
She
It
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
You
We
They
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
Negative
work
I
do not work
works
He
She
It
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
does not work
work
You
We
They
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
do not work
do not = don’t
does not = doesn’t
Interrogative
Do
Does
Do
I
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
he
she
it
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
you
we
they
⎧
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎩
work?
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 125
Special Questions
Where, when, with whom, why, how often
Where
⎧
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎩
do
does
do
I
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
he
she
it
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
you
we
they
⎧
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎩
work?
Who, which of you, which of them
Who works … ?
В третьем лице единственного числа к глаголу прибавляется окончание –s или –es, которое читается как
[s], [z], [Iz].
[s]
после глухих
согласных
[z]
после гласных
и звонких согласных
[Iz]
после шипящих
и свистящих
works
helps
takes
falls
goes
becomes
dresses
watches
126
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– в глаголах, оканчивающихся на “y”, которую предваряет согласная, “у” меняется на “i” и добавляется
окончание –es:
to try – tries
but
to play – plays
– в глаголах, оканчивающихся на “о”, прибавляется -es:
to go – goes [gouz]
to do – does [dEz]
usually ['ju:ZuAlI]
⎧
⎨ обычно
generally ['dZenArAlI]
⎩
always ['D:lweIz] всегда
often ['Dfn]
⎧
⎨ часто
frequently ['fri:kwAntlI] ⎩
seldom ['seldAm]
⎧
⎨ редко
⎩
rarely ['rLAli:]
sometimes ['sEmtaImz] иногда
occasionally [A'keIZnAlI] изредка
ever ['evA] когда-либо
never ['nevA] никогда
every day (morning, evening, month, year) каждый день (утро,
вечер, месяц, год)
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 127
1. Open the brackets, put the verbs
into the Present Simple.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
I seldom (to go) for a walk in the yard.
My mother usually (to dress) at eight o’clock.
I sometimes (to wash up) in the afternoon.
Ben and Dan often (to play) chess in the evening.
My father usually (to go) to the stadium on Sundays.
We (to like) to read books in the evening.
My friend always (to watch) TV at seven o’clock.
She sometimes (to have) dinner at a quarter to four.
They seldom (to get up) at eight o’clock.
2. Open the brackets, put the verbs
into the Present Simple.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
You often (to wake up) at seven o’clock.
She usually (to take) a shower at half past nine.
Bessy always (to dress) at a quarter past eight.
They always (to go) to school at a quarter to nine.
We usually (to have) dinner at two o’clock.
Fred (to like) to read books.
Her grandmother always (to watch) TV at ten o’clock.
My little sister often (to play) with her dolls in the
evening.
9. His father (to go) shopping on Saturdays.
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3. Open the brackets, put the verbs
into the Present Simple.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Our parents (not to watch) TV in the afternoon.
She (not to wake up) at six o’clock.
He usually (not to make) the bed in the morning.
Her cousin (not to have) breakfast at seven o’clock.
I usually (not to come) home at twelve o’clock.
They (not to go) to school at seven o’clock.
We (not to like) to play leapfrog.
Emily usually (to go) to bed at ten o’clock.
Meggy and I (not to go) shopping every day.
4. Open the brackets, put the verbs
into the Present Simple.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
We usually (not to have) supper at ten o’clock.
I (to take) a shower every morning.
Her friend (not to do) homework at eleven o’clock.
My cousin usually (not to wash up) in the evening.
My sister (to go) for a walk every Saturday.
Ann and Kate (not to like) to play tennis.
I (not to watch) TV in the morning.
He (not to read) books every day.
She (to go) to the swimming pool every Monday.
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 129
5. Open the brackets, put the verbs
into the Present Simple.
1. Kate usually (to dress) at eight o’clock.
2. My mother always (to have) breakfast at a quarter past
seven.
3. Clem (to wash up) in the evening.
4. I (to go) to the school sports ground in the afternoon.
5. My little brother (to play) with his toys in the evening.
6. Her mother (to go) shopping every day.
7. We usually (to have) supper at seven o’clock.
8. You often (to come) home at three o’clock.
9. They (to like) to watch TV in the evening.
6. Open the brackets, put the verbs
into the Present Simple.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Doris and Ed usually (not to go) to school on Saturdays.
My father (not to have) dinner at three o’clock.
I (not to come) home at ten o’clock.
We usually (not to do) our homework on Sundays.
Her friend (not to go) to the cinema every week.
My mother usually (not to go) shopping in the morning.
I (not to like) to play badminton.
He (not to take) a shower in the afternoon.
She (not to go) to bed in the morning.
130
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7. Open the brackets, put the verbs
into the Present Simple.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Henry usually (to go) to bed at nine o’clock.
I often (to have) breakfast at half past eight.
We always (to walk) on Sunday.
My brother usually (to get up) at seven o’clock.
They often (to go) to the swimming pool at seven o’clock.
His father usually (to come) home at six o’clock.
My friend often (to have) lunch at eleven o’clock.
I always (to do) my homework at three o’clock.
Bill usually (to go) to school at half past eight.
8. Open the brackets, put the verbs
into the Present Simple.
1. Her cousin (not to like) to play basketball.
2. Molly (not to write) letters every day.
3. My grandfather often (to wash) his face and hands at eight
o’clock.
4. Kate usually (not to wake up) at six o’clock.
5. I (to like) to go shopping on Sunday.
6. They (not to go) for a walk in the morning.
7. My friend (not to read) books every evening.
8. Ben usually (not to watch) TV.
9. I (not to have) breakfast at six o’clock.
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 131
9. Open the brackets, put the verbs
into the Present Simple.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
I usually (to wash up) at three o’clock.
My brother (to make) the bed at a quarter past eight.
His uncle usually (to come) home at ten o’clock.
We often (to have) supper at eight o’clock.
My grandfather always (to write) letters to his friend in the
evening.
Ann usually (to wash) her face and hands at half past seven.
I (to do) my homework at five o’clock.
Ben always (to go) to the stadium at six o’clock.
Carol usually (to have) dinner at two o’clock.
10. Open the brackets, put the verbs
into the Present Simple.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Her grandmother often (to watch) TV in the morning.
My parents sometimes (to go) shopping in the evening.
His cousin usually (to go) to bed at twelve o’clock.
My grandfather always (to take) a shower in the morning.
We seldom (to have) supper at ten o’clock.
Harry (to like) to write letters.
My father usually (to wash) his face and hands at half past
seven.
His friend sometimes (to have) lunch at half past twelve.
Bob and Morris always (to play) football on Sunday.
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
11. Open the brackets, put the verbs
into the Present Simple.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
His uncle usually (to get up) at six o’clock.
My little sister always (to make) the bed in the morning.
Lily often (to wash up) in the afternoon.
I usually (to do) my homework at four o’clock.
Bessy seldom (to go for a walk) in the evening.
My parents usually (to come) home at half past seven.
Dave always (to go) to school at a quarter to nine.
His little brother (to wake up) at nine o’clock.
Doris usually (to have) dinner at two o’clock.
12. Open the brackets, put the verbs
into the Present Simple.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
She usually (to have) lunch at half past eleven.
Dan always (to wake up) at six o’clock.
My friend (to do) her homework at six o’clock.
My father usually (to read) a book in the evening.
Sally seldom (to take) a shower in the morning.
Willy often (to write) letters to his aunt.
Ted usually (to wash) his face and hands at seven
o’clock.
8. You always (to play) chess with father in the evening.
9. They (to go) shopping every week.
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 133
13. Open the brackets, put the verbs
into the Present Simple.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Polly usually (to have) breakfast at a quarter to eight.
I always (to make) the bed at half past seven.
They seldom (to get up) at nine o’clock.
Ann always (to go) for a walk at three o’clock.
My parents usually (to come) home at seven o’clock.
Tib seldom (to go) shopping.
Kate and Jack (to go) to school at a quarter to nine.
Her grandmother (to wash up) every day.
You usually (to dress) at a quarter past eight.
14. Open the brackets, put the verbs
into the Present Simple.
1. My brother always (to write) letters to his grandfather in
the evening.
2. Liz usually (to wash) her face and hands at eight o’clock.
3. We often (to go) for a walk in the park.
4. I usually (to have) dinner at four o’clock.
5. Roddy and I (to like) to play with toys in the evening.
6. Pat always (to have) supper at seven o’clock.
7. Her grandmother often (to go) shopping in the morning.
8. You seldom (to watch) TV in the evening.
9. Sibyl usually (to dress) at half past seven.
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15. Open the brackets, put the verbs
into the Present Simple.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Dan usually (to take) a shower at half past seven.
We always (to go) to bed at eleven o’clock.
I often (to have) lunch at twelve o’clock.
Mary (to like) to wake up at ten o’clock.
My friend usually (to do) his homework at four o’clock.
Tommy often (to get up) at six o’clock.
I always (to make) the bed in the morning.
Tib and Sue (to like) to read books in the evening.
You always (to go) for a walk in the afternoon.
16. Fill in “Do” or “Does”.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
__ you like to dance?
Do you like to dance?
___ Andy eat porridge for breakfast?
___ your mother cook pies with cabbage?
___ it snow in Great Britain in winter?
___ they sometimes go to the circus?
___ Bobby like to play golf?
___ it rain in St. Petersburg in spring?
___ he often clean the car?
___ Mike and Kay usually go to Spain in summer?
___ you often have tests at school?
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 135
17. Fill in “Do” or “Does”.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
____ he often go to the swimming pool?
Does he often go to the swimming pool?
___ he drive well?
___ Victor like to drink coffee with milk?
___ she learn English verbs?
___ they often go to the restaurant?
___ Nelly and Janet sing very well?
___ you like to dance?
___ Granny often send you presents?
___ Bessy like to play tennis?
___ they have parties in their bedroom?
18. Fill in “Do” or “Does”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
___ he want to be a teacher?
___ it rain in England in winter?
___ Paul and Fred like to have meat for dinner?
___ he cut the grass every week?
___ you often go to the shop?
___ Johnny like to drink juice for lunch?
___ he often travel around Russia?
___ your father read newspapers in the evening?
___ Joe help his grandfather in the garden?
136
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
19. Fill in “Do” or “Does”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
___ he swim well?
___ Molly live in England?
___ Cliff and Julia go to school?
___ you speak English very well?
___ she like to drink lemonade?
___ Tom and George go to a disco?
___ you want to be a sportsman?
___ Alice often wash her hair?
___ Mike and Don get up early?
20. Fill in “Do” or “Does”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
___ Charles wear his new jacket?
___ he want to be a postman?
___ Sue and Phil visit their grandparents?
___ she live in Finland?
___ Ben go to music school?
___ your Granny listen to the radio?
___ they like to eat hamburgers?
___ Cliff work in his office?
___ Tib and Jake speak French?
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 137
21. Fill in “Do” or “Does”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
___ you live in Sweden?
___ Julia clean the house every day?
___ he usually sleep on the sofa?
___ Ben like to paint pictures?
___ Nan and Carol help their mother about the house?
___ Alf work in a school?
___ you like to go to the cinema?
___ Bab want to be a shop assistant?
___ she often cry?
22. Write sentences as in the example.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Ann likes to swim. (to run)
She doesn’t like to run.
Jane likes to drink lemonade. (to drink milk)
My friend likes to sing. (to read)
I like to dance. (to play the guitar)
His wife likes to talk. (to cook)
My Granny likes to walk. (to jump)
We like to draw. (to write)
His sister likes to watch TV. (to do homework)
My little brother likes to ask questions. (to wash hands)
David likes to wear jeans. (to wear trousers)
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23. Write sentences as in the example.
Example:
We like to dance. (to sing)
We don’t like to sing.
1. I like to watch the monkeys. (to watch the snakes)
2. My friend likes to water flowers in the garden. (to dig the
ground)
3. Cliff likes to play the piano. (to play the accordion)
4. His elder brother likes to walk. (to work)
5. Phil likes to go to the theatre. (to go to the cinema)
6. I like to write letters. (to write exercises)
7. Jill likes to feed her hamster. (to read English books)
8. The dog likes to bark. (to eat porridge)
9. Ben likes to listen to music. (to go to school)
24. Write sentences as in the example.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Dave likes to read books. (to work in the garden)
He doesn’t like to work in the garden.
Molly likes to sleep. (to work)
My father likes to drive a bus. (to play chess)
I like to dream. (to do homework)
Sam likes to visit Sue. (to visit Jack)
They like to sit on the sofa. (to sit on the chairs)
Julia likes to dance. (to wash the floor)
You like to talk. (to listen)
Fred likes to drink coffee with hot milk. (to drink tea)
Billy likes to talk on the phone. (to help about the house)
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 139
25. Change into the plural.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
He goes to work every day.
They go to work every day.
He sometimes fights.
Julia likes to sleep.
Sue wants to go to Greece.
Kate usually eats chocolate for lunch.
Granny sometimes goes to the doctor’s.
Sam usually eats roast chicken for dinner.
Molly wants to be a teacher.
She always makes a cake on Saturday.
You like to buy new clothes.
26. Change into the plural.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Bessy cooks in the kitchen in the evening.
They cook in the kitchen in the evening.
She eats vegetables every day.
I sometimes play cricket in summer.
She likes to listen to the records.
Phil wants to go to Denmark.
Baby usually sleeps in the afternoon.
He often plays rugby in the evening.
Ann hates to drink warm milk.
Ben wants to be a policeman.
She likes to go to bed late.
140
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
27. Change into the plural.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
He drives a car well.
They drive a car well.
She always reads interesting stories in bed.
He sometimes talks in class.
Janet often has dinner with her friends.
She likes to eat cakes.
Nick wants to go to Turkey.
He goes to his office four days a week.
She likes to wear beautiful dresses.
Tom usually listens to pop music.
John wants to be a driver.
28. Change into the plural.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
She likes to dance.
They like to dance.
Helen eats porridge every morning.
Jack wants to be a businessman.
My Granny goes to the theatre every weekend.
Bess talks on the phone every evening.
Susan often eats sweets.
My dog likes to lie on the carpet.
Grandfather sometimes sleeps in the afternoon.
The teacher often writes on the blackboard.
Jill likes to play sport games.
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 141
29. Change into the plural.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Sue likes to eat apples.
They like to eat apples.
Mary likes to take pictures.
Sally often writes letters.
Colin sometimes goes to the disco.
Molly wants to be a housewife.
She goes to the swimming pool on Friday.
Grandmother always watches TV in the morning.
Sam likes to drink tea with cream.
Jill always wears short skirts.
My mother likes to read detective stories.
30. Change into the plural.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
He waters the plants every day.
They water the plants every day.
The boy plays football in summer.
Ben speaks Italian very well.
My mother likes to cook.
Don rides a bicycle every evening.
Betty likes to listen to music.
Cliff wants to be an engineer.
He often goes to the cinema.
Billy studies hard.
My sister plays the guitar very well.
142
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
31. Write the sentences
in the third person singular.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
I water the flowers every day.
She waters the flowers every day.
We usually go to the museum on Sunday.
They do their homework in the evening.
I wash up every day.
You do your morning exersices in the morning.
We always have five lessons on Tuesday.
I often come home at 5 o’clock.
I don’t like to make the bed.
My friend and I usually play tennis in the park.
32. Write the sentences
in the third person singular.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
I like to take pictures. It’s my hobby.
We don’t go to school on Saturday.
They always sing and dance at parties.
I often drive a car.
My friends sometimes play their guitars.
You drink milk every evening.
His grandparents always cut the grass.
I seldom eat a sandwich at lunchtime.
We don’t wear warm clothes in summer.
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 143
33. Write the sentences
in the third person singular.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
I don’t read magazines in bed.
They have their Biology lesson on Wednesday.
My parents watch 10 o’clock news every night.
We don’t go to the supermarket on Monday.
I water flowers twice a week.
My pets eat three times a day.
I always help my mother in the kitchen.
The babies usually sleep in the afternoon.
34. Write the sentences
a) in the negative;
b) in the interrogative.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
She likes roses.
She doesn’t like roses.
Does she like roses?
My uncle usually drinks coffee in the morning.
Jane always walks to work.
We often work in the garden on Satuday.
The children play with their toys every evening.
His Granny makes a cake every weekend.
I write letters to my friends every month.
Ben goes shopping on Friday.
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
35. Write the sentences
a) in the negative;
b) in the interrogative.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Grandparents go to church on Sunday.
The birds sing in the park in spring.
My mother cooks in the kitchen every evening.
His little sister likes to water flowers.
My father works in an office.
Bill stays at home every weekend.
His aunt usually reads detective stories.
Our Granny takes the bus to the shop every day.
36. Write the sentences
a) in the negative;
b) in the interrogative.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
My grandfather listens to the radio in the morning.
Monkeys like to climb the trees.
We start work at 9 o’clock in the morning.
He usually gets a lot of presents at Christmas.
School usually starts on the first of September.
My friend and I go skiing in winter.
Our relatives send cards at Easter.
Jack likes chocolate.
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 145
37. Fill in the blanks putting the verbs
into their correct form.
Cook, go, eat, swim, dance, want, play, spend.
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My mother usually ___ roast turkey for supper.
I always ___ with my friend.
Sam often ___ for a walk in the park.
We usually ___ in the sea in Italy.
Jack sometimes ___ ice cream after school.
They ___ to go to France.
My good friend ___ the piano very well.
He ___ a lot of money every month.
38. Fill in the blanks putting the verbs
into their correct form.
Watch, have, spend, play, want, water, live, visit.
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Susan usually ___ her summer holidays in Sweden.
He seldom ___ us in summer.
Ben sometimes ___ TV in the evening.
They often ___ in the park.
She ___ to be an actress.
Jane ___ flowers every day.
My friends ___ in New York.
We ___ two English lessons.
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39. Fill in the blanks putting the verbs
into their correct form.
Want, paint, go, take, look, come, wear, have.
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They ___ to go to Paris.
He ___ a shower twice a day.
I always ___ after my pets.
Jill ___ pictures very well.
Sue and Ted often ___ to museums.
We usually ___ home after work at 7 o’clock.
She always ___ warm sweaters in winter.
You seldom ___ vegetables for dinner.
40. Open the brackets.
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What Sue (to want) to be?
Where you usually (to go) to dance?
Why his sister (to wear) warm clothes in summer?
How often Boris (to go) to the stadium to play cricket?
She (to like) to eat biscuits?
What Janet usually (to do) on Saturday?
With whom you usually (to have) supper?
Nina often (to listen) to records?
When Jack usually (to come) from work?
Your little sister (to like) to ask questions?
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 147
41. Open the brackets.
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With whom you (to like) to dance?
How well your father (to drive) a car?
Helen (to like) to swim in the sea?
Which of your friends (to live) in Paris?
You (to like) to work in the garden?
Where Nick (to go) to play baseball?
How often they (to eat) apples?
You (to take) a cold or warm shower every evening?
They often (to play) snowballs in winter?
Why Simon (not to like) to read detective stories?
42. Open the brackets.
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Which of your family (to drive) a bus well?
Your cat (to climb) the trees?
Why Kay (not to wear) jeans?
With whom you usually (to go) to a disco club?
Where he (to want) to go in summer?
How often Bobby (to ride) a horse?
Why you (not to clean) your car every week?
Which of your friends (to like) to wash dishes?
They (to live) in Italy?
Mary (to play) the piano very well?
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43. Open the brackets.
1. What your grandfather often (to drink) for supper?
2. You (to like) to sing folk songs?
3. How many lessons your elder sister (to have) on Wednesday?
4. What game they (to play) at the school sports ground?
5. When your little brother usually (to wake up)?
6. With whom your friend (to go) to the park on Sunday?
7. Your dog (to play) with your toys?
8. His father and grandfather (to play) chess every evening?
9. How often your grandmother (to write) letters to her
friend?
10. You (to watch) video films every day?
11. Who (to go) in for running?
12. When you (to go) to the country with your parents?
44. Open the brackets.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
How often your friend (to go) to the museums?
What subjects your sister (to like) to study?
What you (to want) to be?
Where your friend (to live)?
How often you (to go) to the sports ground to play football?
6. Your friend (to do) sport?
7. How your parents (to spend) their free time?
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 149
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12.
You (to like) to listen to the radio?
Your mother (to like) to cook?
When your parents usually (to have) breakfast?
What your sister (to want) to be?
How often you (to clean) the room?
45. Open the brackets.
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2.
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10.
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You (to clean) your teeth every morning?
Your brother (to go) to school?
How often you (to go) shopping?
You (to like) to play snowballs in winter?
Who (to get) food for your dog?
Which of your family usually (to clean) the windows?
What songs you (to like) to sing?
Where you usually (to read)?
Paul (to eat) sandwiches at lunchtime?
When she usually (to have) her English lesson?
How often his grandfather (to cut) the grass in the garden?
12. Ted (to like) to play rugby?
46. Open the brackets.
1. When you usually (to wake up)?
2. What game your little sister (to like) to play?
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You (to like) to wash up?
How often you (to wash) your hands?
We (not to go) to school on Sunday.
What your father usually (to eat) for dinner?
They (to go) to the swimming pool?
My mother (to play) the piano every evening.
You (to do) your morning exercises every day?
My brother (not to like) to do his homework.
What you usually (to eat) for supper?
I (to watch) TV every evening.
47. Open the brackets.
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2.
3.
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6.
7.
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9.
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11.
12.
When your father usually (to get up)?
How many lessons you (to have) on Monday?
You (to make) the bed in the morning?
When you (to come) home from school?
Where your mother (to work)?
Who (to like) to watch cartoons?
Who (to go) shopping in your family?
How often they (to go) to the cinema?
Where she (to like) to play basketball?
With whom he (to go) to the swimming pool?
What your grandmother usually (to have) for dinner?
With whom you (to go) to the theatre?
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 151
48. Open the brackets.
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2.
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6.
7.
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10.
11.
12.
You (to like) to read fairy tales?
What films your father (to like) to watch?
He (to fish) in summer?
My sister (to help) her mother about the house every
Saturday.
Your father (to watch) news every day?
What your little brother (to like) to draw?
Where his father (to work)?
With whom you usually (to go) to the museums?
How many lessons your elder brother (to have) on Tuesday?
Where your cat usually (to sit)?
Your parents (to dance) when you have a birthday party?
What you often (to eat) for lunch?
49. Open the brackets.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
How many lessons you (to have) on Wednesday?
Where he (to live)?
How well she (to swim)?
You (to speak) Italian?
Who (to like) to listen to the radio?
You (to ride) a bicycle in summer?
Your father (to run) in the morning?
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8. How well he (to play) the guitar?
9. How often your friends (to go) to a disco?
10. Where her mother (to work)?
50. Open the brackets.
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5.
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7.
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9.
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How often you (to visit) your grandparents?
How well she (to dance)?
They (to go) to a disco or a bar?
With whom you usually (to fish) in summer?
Which of your family (to eat) porridge for breakfast?
What your friends usually (to do) on Saturday?
How well you (to ride) a bicycle?
How often your family (to travel) by train?
Where you usually (to skate) in winter?
Who often (to write) letters to you?
51. Open the brackets.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
How well your sister (to paint)?
His parents (to take) pictures in the country in summer?
Who your favourite (to be) pop star?
Which of her friends (to wear) shorts in summer?
How often you (to go) to the cinema with your friends?
Your brother (to read) books in bed?
With whom you (to like) to play volleyball?
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 153
8. You (to help) your mother about the house?
9. How many history lessons he (to have) a week?
52. Open the brackets.
1. Her cat (to drink) milk?
2. They (to eat) in a restaurant every weekend?
3. How often his grandfather (to cut) the grass in the country?
4. Where she (to buy) her new dresses?
5. How well your aunt (to draw)?
6. With whom you usually (to have) lunch?
7. What her mother usually (to wear) at parties?
8. What time you (to go) to the swimming pool?
9. How well you (to know) English verbs?
10. He (to clean) his bicycle in summer?
53. Open the brackets.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
You (to like) to read detective stories?
How often your grandmother (to watch) soap operas?
How well your little brother (to do) his homework?
Who (to go) to the library every week?
Which of your parents (to drive) a car?
With whom you (to like) to dance?
How well your aunt (to cook) chocolate cake?
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8. Why you (to learn) English?
9. Where his elder brother (to go) on Sunday?
54. Open the brackets.
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How often you (to call) your Granny?
How well your elder sister (to write) compositions?
With whom their friend usually (to play) golf?
He often (to shout) at his dog?
What she usually (to cook) for dinner?
Where you always (to go) at Christmas?
She (to celebrate) her birthday every year?
Which of your family usually (to go) to the supermarket?
Why you (not to learn) French?
55. Open the brackets.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
How often they (to visit) their grandparents?
How well he (to drive) a car?
Why she often (to travel) by car?
With whom your cousin usually (to walk) in the park?
What time her lessons usually (to start)?
She (to paint) well?
Which of your friends (to go) to the museums every
month?
8. Where you usually (to swim) in summer?
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 155
56. Open the brackets.
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Which of your friends (not to like) to go to school?
You (to eat) meat every day?
How well your friend (to do) at school?
With whom your elder sister (to go) to the skating rink in
winter?
What (to be) your favourite animal?
Your mother (to work) at school or in a bank?
With whom you often (to play) rugby?
They sometimes (to go) to church?
How much money your family (to spend) every month?
57. Open the brackets.
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2.
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8.
9.
How much sugar you (to eat) every day?
Why he (not to read) English newspapers?
Which of your sisters (not to like) to sew?
How well her Granny (to cook) cabbage soup?
Where your family usually (to have) dinner on Sunday?
How often you (to get) letters from your friends?
What your family usually (to do) on Saturday evening?
You (not to go) to the theatre?
How often your classmates (to water) flowers at school?
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58. First read the text, then answer the questions.
My Grandmother
Her name (to be) Julia. She (to be) from Italy. Julia (to be)
sixty-three. My grandmother (to be) a pensioner. Julia (to
like) to play chess. She (to play) chess very well. But I (not
to play) chess well. My Granny sometimes (to cook) tasty
pies with cabbage.
In winter my grandmother and I (to go) to the mountains.
There we (to ski). Julia (to be) a theatre-goer. She often (to
go) to the theatre. Sometimes my grandmother (to take) me
to the theatre. We (to have) a wonderful time there. Julia
(to be) a clever and nice woman. I (to love) my Granny.
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What (to be) her grandmother’s name?
Where (to be) she from?
How old (to be) she?
What (to be) her job?
What game Julia (to like) to play?
She (to play) chess well?
What Granny sometimes (to cook)?
Where Julia (to go) in winter?
What she (to do) in the mountains?
Julia (to be) a theatre-goer?
How often she (to go) to the theatre?
With whom Julia sometimes (to go) there?
Julia (to be) a clever and nice woman?
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 157
59. First read the text, then answer the questions.
My Friend
His name (to be) Sasha. He (to be) eleven. Sasha (to
have got) a mother, a father, a brother, a grandmother and
a grandfather. My friend (to like) to play with his brother.
They usually (to play) football at the stadium. Sasha (to go)
to the sports school three times a week. He (to go) in for
volleyball. His brother (to go) to the music school twice a
week. My friend’s brother (to play) the guitar very well.
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What (to be) his friend’s name?
How old (to be) Sasha?
He (to have got) a family?
With whom Sasha (to like) to play?
What game Sasha and his brother usually (to play)?
Where Sasha and his brother usually (to play) football?
What sports Sasha (to go) in for?
How often he (to go) to the sports school?
Sasha’s brother (to go) in for sport?
Where Sasha’s brother (to go) twice a week?
He (to play) the accordion?
How well Sasha’s brother (to play) the guitar?
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60. First read the text, then answer the questions.
My Sister
Her name (to be) Liz. She (to be) twenty-one. Liz (not
to be) a pupil. My sister (not to go) to school. Liz (to be) a
student. She (to go) to University. My sister (to be) a clever
and beautiful young lady. Liz (to have) got a lot of friends.
She (to do) well at the University. Liz (to want) to be a
teacher. She (to read) a lot. Liz (to like) to read books about
animals. Sometimes we (to go) to the library together. On
Sunday Liz (to visit) our grandparents. She often (to help)
her mother about the house. I love my sister.
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What (to be) her sister’s name?
How old (to be) Liz?
She (to be) a pupil?
She (to go) to school?
What (to be) Liz’s job?
Where she (to go)?
Liz (to have) got many friends?
She (to do) well at the University?
What Liz (to want) to be?
What she (to like) to read?
Who sometimes (to go) to the library?
When Liz (to visit) their grandparents?
Liz (to help) their mother about the house?
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 159
61. First read the text, then answer the questions.
My Little Dog
My name is Greg. I (to have) got a dog. His name (to be)
Rex. Rex (to be) two. My dog (to be) grey. He (to like) to play
with a stick and a ball. Rex (to eat) meat, porridge, soup and
bread. My dog (not to like) to eat fish. Rex usually (to drink)
water. He (not to like) to drink milk. I (to take) good care of
my dog. But sometimes my father (to take) my dog for a
walk. Every morning I (to feed) my dog. In the evening my
mother (to feed) Rex. Rex usually (to eat) twice a day. Rex (to
be) a very good dog and a good friend. I (to like) my dog.
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Who (to have) got a dog?
What (to be) the dog’s name?
How old (to be) Rex?
What colour (to be) he?
What he (to like) to play with?
What Rex usually (to eat)?
What he (not to like) to eat?
What Rex usually (to drink)?
What Rex (not to like) to drink?
Who (to take) care of the dog?
Who sometimes (to take) Rex for a walk?
Who (to feed) the dog every morning?
Who (to feed) Rex in the evening?
How often Rex (to eat)?
Rex (to be) a good friend?
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62. First read the text, then answer the questions.
My Brother
His name (to be) Mike. Mike (to be) four. My brother (to
be) a little boy. He (to be) nice and funny. Mike (not to go)
to school. Our Granny (to look) after him. My brother (to
like) to play hide-and-seek with our dog. He (not to read)
well. But Mike (to paint) very well. We (to spend) in the
country every weekend. In winter Mike (to play) snowballs
or (to make) a snowman. In summer he (to bathe) in the
lake. Mike (not to swim) well. My brother and I (to like) to
build sandcastles on the beach. I (to like) my brother.
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What (to be) his brother’s name?
How old (to be) Mike?
He (to go) to school?
Who (to look) after him?
What game Mike (to like) to play?
With whom he (to play) hide-and-seek?
He (to read) well?
How well Mike (to paint)?
Where they (to spend) every weekend?
What Mike (to do) in winter?
Where he (to bathe) in summer?
Mike (to swim) well?
What they (to build) on the beach?
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 161
63. First read the text, then answer the questions.
My Father
His name (to be) Valia. He (to be) forty-five. My father (to
be) a driver. He (to like) to play football. We often (to go) to the
stadium to play different games. In winter my father (to skate).
He (to skate) very well. But I (not to skate) well. In the evening
my father (to read) interesting books aloud. I (to like) to listen
to funny stories. Every summer we (to go) to the country. There
we (to swim) in the river and (to gather) mushrooms in the
forest. I (to like) to spend my summer holidays there.
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What (to be) his father’s name?
How old (to be) Valia?
What (to be) he?
What game he (to like) to play?
Where Valia and his son (to play) different games?
When Valia (to skate)?
How well he (to skate)?
What his father (to do) in the evening?
What stories Valia’s son (to like) to listen to?
Where they (to go) every summer?
What they usually (to do) in the country?
They (to swim) in the sea?
Where they (to gather) mushrooms?
Who (to like) to spend summer holidays in the country?
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64. First read the text, then answer the questions.
My Aunt
Her name (to be) Susan. She (to be) twenty-nine. Susan
(to be) an engineer. My aunt (to be) from Spain. She (to have)
got two sons. They (to be) little boys. They (to be) five. My
aunt (to like) to play table tennis. She (to play) well. Every
weekend Susan and her sons (to go) to the theatre. Sometimes they (to eat) in a restaurant. In winter my aunt and
her husband (to ski) in the mountains. Every evening Susan’s husband (to play) chess with his friend. Their children
usually (to watch) cartoons or (to play) computer games in
the evening. My aunt often (to visit) her parents.
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What (to be) her aunt’s name?
How old (to be) she?
What (to be) Susan?
Where (to be) Susan from?
How many sons she (to have) got?
How old (to be) they?
What game Susan (to like) to play?
How well she (to play) table tennis?
Where Susan and her sons (to go) every weekend?
How often they (to eat) in a restaurant?
Who (to ski) in the mountains in winter?
What game Susan’s husband (to play) every evening?
With whom he (to play) chess?
What their children usually (to do) in the evening?
Who Susan often (to visit)?
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 163
65. First read the text, then answer the questions.
My Cousin
Her name (to be) Ira. She (to be) thirty-four. She (to be) a
teacher. Ira (to have) got a daughter. My cousin (to like) to
play tennis but she (not to like) to play basketball. Usually my
cousin and her husband (to play) tennis on Friday. Sometimes
they (to go) to the cinema. Ira’s husband (to read) detective
stories or (to watch) TV in the evening. But my cousin (to
cook) in the kitchen in the evening.
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What (to be) her cousin’s name?
How old (to be) she?
What (to be) Ira?
She (to have got) a son?
What game Ira (to like) to play?
What game Ira (not to like) to play?
What game Ira and her husband usually (to play)?
When they (to play) tennis?
How often Ira (to go) to the cinema?
With whom she (to go) to the cinema?
What Ira’s husband usually (to do) in the evening?
What books he (to read)?
What Ira usually (to do) in the evening?
Where Ira (to cook)?
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66. First read the text, then answer the questions.
My Mother
My mother’s name (to be) Mary. She (to be) thirtysix. She (to be) a doctor. Mary (to work) at a hospital. My
mother (to like) music. She (to play) the piano very well.
My mother and I often (to go) to the concert hall to listen
to music and Mary usually (to put) on her beautiful red
dress. Every weekend we (to walk) in the park. In summer
I always (to ride) a bicycle and my mother (knit) or (to read)
a historical novel in the park. In winter we sometimes (to
ski) or (to skate) there. My mother (to be) a very kind and
clever woman. I love my mother.
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5.
6.
What (to be) his mother’s name?
How old (to be) she?
What (to be) Mary?
Where Mary (to work)?
Where they often (to go)?
What Mary usually (to put) on when she goes to the concert hall?
7. Where they (to go) every weekend?
8. What his mother always (to do) in the park in summer?
9. What they sometimes (to do) in the park in winter?
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 165
67. Ask questions.
(Read the answers to the questions first.)
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6.
What (to be) your name?
Where (to be) you from?
How old (to be) you?
What you (to do)?
What you (to want) to be?
Where you usually (to spend) your summer holidays?
7. Where you usually (to go) on Sunday?
8. What you often (to eat) at lunch?
9. What (to be) your hobby?
Mary
Italy
18
a student
an engineer
Spain
to the theatre
oranges
collect stamps
68. Ask questions.
(Read the answers to the questions first.)
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What (to be) your name?
Where (to be) you from?
How old (to be) you?
You (to be) a pupil or a student?
What you (to want) to be?
What (to be) your hobby?
Where you (to like) to swim?
Where you usually (to spend) your winter holidays?
Paul
Sweden
15
a pupil
a businessman
collect coins
in the sea
Turkey
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9. What you usually (to have) for supper? roast chicken
10. You (to like) to play rugby?
No, I don’t.
69. Ask questions.
(Read the answers to the questions first.)
1. What (to be) your name?
Jack
2. Where (to be) you from?
Finland
3. How old (to be) you?
17
4. You (to be) a pupil or a student?
a student
5. What you (to want) to be?
an actor
6. Where you usually (to spend) your Greece
summer holidays?
7. What books you (to like) to read?
detective stories
8. What music you (to like) to listen to? pop music
9. What (to be) your hobby?
travelling
70. Ask questions with the words in brackets.
Example:
I watch TV. (How often)
How often do you watch TV?
1. My mother works. (Where)
2. I play table tennis. (How often)
3. He reads English books. (When)
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 167
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I go to the theatre. (With whom)
His little sister often cries. (Why)
My cat sleeps. (Where)
My father watches football matches. (How often)
71. Ask questions with the words in brackets.
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7.
We swim in the sea. (When)
She talks on the phone. (With whom)
His dog barks. (Why)
Sue feeds the birds. (How often)
Grandfather plays chess. (With whom)
I read in bed. (What)
They go for a walk in the afternoon. (Where)
72. Ask questions with the words in brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
The teacher writes on the blackboard. (What)
I live in a big house. (With whom)
He likes music. (What music)
We go skating. (When)
She helps her mother. (How often)
They go to bed early. (What time/usually)
His little brother plays games. (What games)
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73. Ask questions with the words in brackets.
1. My father runs every morning. (Who, When)
2. His friends like to watch cowboy films. (Who, What)
3. They play rugby at the stadium every weekend. (Who,
Where)
4. Our cat fishes in the river in summer. (Who, Where,
When)
5. Their Granny reads newspapers in the morning. (Who,
What)
74. Ask questions with the words in brackets.
1. We read, write and speak French during our lesson. (Who,
When)
2. I want to buy a new bicycle. (Who, What)
3. She talks on the phone every evening. (Who, When)
4. They usually have dinner in a restaurant on Sunday. (Who,
Where)
5. He always telephones me in the evening. (Who, When)
6. James likes to paint flowers. (Who, What)
75. Ask questions with the words in brackets.
1. Andy and Bob want to go to Spain. (Who, Where)
2. She likes to dream. (Who, What)
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 169
3.
4.
5.
6.
They often speak English in class. (Who, Where)
He works at a factory. (Who, Where)
Dick usually drinks orange juice for lunch. (Who, What)
Kate speaks French very well. (Who, How well)
76. Ask questions with the words in brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
They decorate their houses every holiday. (Who)
She likes to wear long skirts. (Who, What)
Ben wants to read a new detective story. (Who, What)
Their parents work in a bank. (Who, Where)
He often goes to the circus. (Who, Where)
Sue listens to the radio every morning. (Who, How often)
77. Ask questions with the words in brackets.
1. They visit their grandparents on Friday. (Who, When)
2. Roy sometimes takes a dog for a walk three times a day.
(Who, How often)
3. My sisters often send me letters. (Who, What)
4. They usually spend the weekend in the country (Who,
Where)
5. Nelly always cleans her house on Saturday. (Who, When)
6. Tom wants to be a policeman. (Who, What)
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78. Ask questions with the words in brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Her sister lives in Sweden. (Who, Where)
My mother and father work at school. (Who, Where)
He often reads English books at home. (Who, Where)
She cooks very well. (Who, How well)
Jane wants to go to Denmark. (Who, Where)
79. Fill in the blanks with “Who”, “What”, “With
whom”, “When”, “Where”, “Why”, “How much”,
“How many”, “What time”, “How often”.
Example:
— Why do you wear shorts in summer?
— Because it’s warm.
1. — ___ does Kate usually go for a walk?
— In the park.
2. — ___ do they visit their Granny?
— Once a week.
3. — ___ do you usually wear at the party?
— My grey suit.
4. — ___ does Jane usually come home from work?
— At 7 o’clock.
5. — ___ does she put on a fur coat in winter?
— Because it’s cold outside.
6. — ___ do you read detective stories?
— Because they are interesting.
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 171
7. — ___ likes to eat sweets?
— My little sister does.
8. — ___ hamburgers does he always eat for breakfast?
— Two or three.
9. — ___ does she walk to school?
— With her friend Mary.
10. — ___ do you leave home for work?
— At 8 o’clock.
80. Open the brackets.
Winter
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Winter (to come) in December and (to end) in February.
It often (to snow).
The pupils (to have) long holidays.
When it isn’t cold they (to go) sledging.
When there is a lot of snow children (to make) snowmen.
My friends and I (to like) to play snowballs in winter.
The snow (to lie) deep upon the ground, on the roofs of
the houses.
Everything around (to look) so beautiful covered with ice
and snow.
After school pupils (to build) snowhouses.
My elder brother (to go) to the skating rink with his friends.
They (to skate) there.
My parents and I (to ski) every weekend.
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81. Open the brackets.
Food
1. I usually (to have) four meals a day.
2. My little sister (to eat) an apple or a banana between
meals.
3. Wen I’m thirsty I always (to drink) juice or milk.
4. My mother (to buy) vegetables and fruit every day.
5. On Sunday my Granny (to make) pies with cabbage.
6. In the morning Sue (to cook) breakfast.
7. My little brother (to have) a sweet tooth and our parents
often (to buy) him ice cream and sweets.
8. When my mother is at work I (to roast) chicken and rice.
9. Sometimes we (to have) pancakes for lunch at school.
10. My cat (to eat) everything with pleasure.
11. When I come home from school I (to feed) my dog.
12. When my friend is hungry he always (to eat) tasty things.
82. Open the brackets.
Clothing
1. All people (to wear) different clothes.
2. When it is cold we (to put on) sweaters, coats, caps and
gloves.
3. When it is warm we (to take off ) warm clothes and (to put
on) light shirts or blouses and dresses.
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 173
4. Sometimes I ( to go) to the shop with my mother and we
(to choose) new clothes.
5. My father (not to like) shopping.
6. My elder sister (to want) to look fashionable.
7. Some people (to prefer) to buy cheap things and often
(to change) them.
8. It (look) great.
9. Before buying a thing I always (to try) it on.
83. Open the brackets.
Spring
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Spring (to come) in March and (to end) in May.
Nature (to awaken) from her winter sleep.
The grass (to begin) to shoot.
The trees (to burst) into leaf.
The days (to get) longer and the nights (to get) shorter.
It (to grow) warmer.
It often (to rain) in spring, especially in April.
April showers (to bring) May flowers.
The flowers (to begin) to bloom.
The birds (to come) back from the South. They (to twitter)
around their nests.
11. Nightingales (to sing) their merry songs.
12. In spring we (to celebrate) Women’s Day. People (to send)
greeting cards.
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84. Open the brackets.
Summer
1. Summer (to come) in June and (to end) in August.
2. The sun (to rise) earlier and earlier and (to set) later and
later.
3. We (to enjoy) the White Nights in St. Petersburg.
4. The sun (to shine) brightly in the sky.
5. When it is hot we (to bathe) in the rivers and lakes.
6. Many people (to like) to boat in summer.
7. My grandfather often (to walk) in sunny weather.
8. My parents and I sometimes (to go) mushrooming and
picking up berries.
9. Every weekend they (to go) to the country.
10. We (to dig) the ground and (to sow) seeds in summer.
11. My mother (to like) to walk on a calm warm evening.
12. It often (to rain) in August.
85. Open the brackets.
Autumn
1. Autumn (to come) in September and (to end) in November.
2. The days (to get) shorter and the nights (to get) longer.
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 175
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
The woods (to turn) yellow and brown.
The leaves (to begin) to fall from the trees.
Very often it (to rain).
We (to spend) more time indoors because out of doors
it’s cold.
It’s the time for mushrooming. My uncle (to go) mushrooming twice a week.
The winds (to blow) in autumn.
It (to get) dark early in autumn.
On the first of September we (to go) to school. A school
year (to begin).
I (to like) to stay at home in autumn.
Every season (to have) its own charm.
86. Answer the questions using the words
in brackets.
Example:
What does your mother usually do in the kitchen in the
morning? (cook / breakfast)
She usually cooks breakfast in the morning.
1. What does your Granny usually do in the garden in the
morning? (water / plants)
2. What does your friend usually do in the living room in the
evening? (watch TV)
3. What do you usually do on Saturday evening? (go to the
theatre)
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4. How does Kate usually spend her weekends? (go to the
country)
5. What do they usually do at the stadium? (play different
games)
6. What do Jim and Ted often do during their English lessons?
(read, write and speak English)
7. What does she do at work every morning? (translate
texts)
8. What does Helen do in summer in Turkey? (go shopping)
87. Make up sentences from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
in the yard, Jack, seldom, goes for a walk.
usually, have supper, at eight o’clock, we.
likes, golf, my elder brother, to play.
hates, my dog, to have a bath.
to watch TV, the children, like.
often, go, they, to the circus.
doesn’t, to clean, like, my father, the car.
my grandmother, to drink, doesn’t, beer, like.
fish, I, in the lake, in summer.
fight, these boys, every day.
his cat, in the basket, sleeps.
don’t, on Christmas Day, go, they, to school.
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 177
88. Make up sentences from the words.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
go, every spring, to Italy, my parents.
on Easter, don’t, go, we, to school.
vegetables, eats, he, every day.
likes, interesting, she, books, to read.
waters, my mother, the flowers, twice a week.
never, eats, my father, fruit.
reads, his grandfather, every evening, magazines.
feed, I, my dog, three times a day.
Jane, to the cinema, every month, doesn’t, go.
doesn’t, on Saturdays, my friend, play tennis.
cooks, her grandmother, every weekend, tasty things.
washes, her clothes, she, once a week.
89. Make up sentences from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
very much, work, my parents, like, their.
goes, my elder sister, to the University.
to be, wants, she, a teacher of geography.
to the kindergarten, my little brother, goes.
with, likes, our cat, to play, Simon.
a lot of their time, my, in the garden, grandparents,
spend.
7. grows, vegetables, his, fruit, Granny, and.
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10.
11.
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in for sports, my, goes, friend.
plays, tennis, she, every weekend.
does, at school, he, well.
my father, like, books, and, I, to discuss, in the evening.
always, help, we, each, other.
90. Make up questions from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
comes home, at three o’clock, from school, who?
do, usually, when, do, they, their homework?
you, with whom, like, do, to play badminton?
does, go to bed, she, when, usually?
John, does, how often, take a shower?
doesn’t, on Saturdays, go to school, who?
does, have dinner, when, your father?
do, go to the theatre, with whom, usually, you?
wakes up, at six o’clock, who?
he, does, always, what, do, in the morning?
doesn’t, who, every day, go shopping?
we, like, what game, to play, do?
91. Make up questions from the words.
1. he, how often, go, does, to the swimming pool?
2. does, when, have lunch, usually, your family?
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 179
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
your brother, get up, at seven o’clock, does?
do, always, on Sunday, they, walk?
Liz, usually, read books, when, does?
writes letters, every month, who?
doesn’t, to play tennis, like, who?
his mother, does have breakfast, at ten o’clock?
do, wash up, every morning, you?
your mother, to play chess, like, does?
does, with whom, your little sister, go for a walk?
do, you, play football, usually, where?
92. Make up questions from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
you, your school, like, do?
begin, do, what time, the lessons?
at school, what subjects, you, do, study?
you, English books, do, every day, read?
for, who, breakfast, you, cooks, usually?
in the evening, what, your mother, does, do?
on Sunday, your friend, when, get up, does?
your brother, watch TV, does, a lot?
weekends, do, like, you?
during weekends, your friends, what, do, do?
your parents, how many, do, days off, have?
TV programs, your Granny, what, does, like, to watch?
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93. Open the brackets and put the verbs
into the correct form.
My Working Day
My name (to be) Alex. I (to be) from Russia. I (to be) nine.
I (to be) a pupil. I (to be) in the third form. I (to be) very busy
on my weekdays.
On weekdays my working day (to begin) early in the
morning. I usually (to get up) at 7 o’clock. I never (to wake
up) myself, my mother always (to wake) me up.
Sometimes I (to do) my morning exercises, then I (to go)
to the bathroom. There I (to clean) my teeth and (to wash)
my face. I always (to make) the bed in the morning. Then
I (to put on) my school uniform and (to brush) my hair. I usually (to have) breakfast at 8 o’clock. My mother always (to
cook) breakfast for me.
I usually (to go) to school at a quarter past eight. My
school (to start) at 9 o’clock. Usually I (to have) five or
six lessons a day. After each lesson there (to be) a break.
We usually (to have) lunch after the second lesson. The
lessons (to be) usually over at half past two. After lessons
I always (to go) home.
I usually (to have) dinner at 3 o’clock. My mother (to be)
a good cook and I (to be) a good eater. My mother often (to
cook) chicken soup and meatballs with potatoes for dinner.
After dinner I always (to do) my homework.
My parents usually (to come) home from work at 7 o’clock.
We often (to have) supper at 8 o’clock. Then I usually
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 181
(to help) my mother about the house. I always (to wash
up) and (to clean) my room. Sometimes we (to watch) TV
in the evening. My father (to like) to watch news, but my
mother (to like) to watch soap operas on TV. As for me,
I (not to like) to watch TV. I (to prefer) to play board games
with my elder brother.
Twice a week I (to go) to the swimming pool. I (to want)
to be a sportsman. Every evening I (to take) a shower. I usually (to go) to bed at 10 o’clock.
94. Answer the questions.
Then write a composition “My Working Day”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
What your name (to be)?
Where you (to be) from?
How old you (to be)?
You (to be) a pupil?
What form you (to be) in?
What time you usually (to get up) on weekdays?
Who usually (to wake) you up?
You (to do) your morning exercises every day?
What you usually (to do) before going to school in the
morning?
10. What you usually (to have) for breakfast?
11. What time you (to go) to school?
12. What time your school (to start)?
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
How many lessons you usually (to have) every day?
When and where you (to have) lunch?
What you usually (to have) for lunch?
What time your lessons (to be) usually over?
Where you (to go) after lessons?
What time you usually (to have) dinner?
Who (to cook) dinner for you?
What your favourite dish (to be)?
You always (to do) your homework?
What time your parents (to come) home from work?
How you (to help) your mother about the house?
What your father (to like) to watch on TV?
What you (to like) to do in the evening?
You (to go) in for sports?
What you (to want) to be?
What you usually (to do) before going to bed?
What time you usually (to go) to bed?
95. Open the brackets and put the verbs
into the correct form.
My Days Off
I (to be) Oleg. I (to be) from Russia. I (to be) ten. I (to be)
a pupil. I (to go) to school five days a week. I (to have) two
days off. They (to be) Saturday and Sunday.
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 183
I (not to get up) early in the morning on my days off.
I usually (to get up) at 9 o’clock. Then I always (to do) my
morning exercises, (to clean) my teeth, (to wash) my face and
(to make) the bed. I usually (to have) breakfast at 10 o’clock.
Sometimes my mother (to cook) something tasty: pancakes
with jam or cakes.
If the weather (to be) fine I usually (to take) my dog for
a walk. We often (to go) to the park. If the weather (to be)
rainy I (to stay) at home and (to watch) TV, (to play) table
games or (to work) on the computer. Sometimes I (to go)
to the museum with my parents.
In the evening I (to like) to read an interesting book. Once
a month my mother and I usually (to go) to the theatre. We
(to be) theatre-goers.
My family usually (to have) supper at 8 o’clock. We often
(to have) roast chicken with rice for supper. Before going
to bed I always (to have) a bath. I usually (to go) to bed at
half past 10 on my days off.
96. Answer the questions.
Then write a composition “My Days Off”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
What your name (to be)?
Where you (to be) from?
How old you (to be)?
You (to be) a pupil?
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How many days a week you (to go) to school?
How many days off a week you (to have)?
Which your days off (to be)?
What time you usually (to get up) on your days off ?
What you usually (to do) in the morning on your days off?
What time you (to have) breakfast?
Who usually (to cook) in your family?
What you usually (to have) for breakfast?
What you (to do) if the weather (to be) fine on your days
off ?
What you (to do) if the weather (to be) rainy on your days
off ?
How you (to like) to spend evenings on your days off ?
How often you (to go) to the museums or theatres?
You (to be) a theatre-goer?
What time you usually (to have) supper?
What your family usually (to have) for supper?
What you always (to do) before going to bed?
What time you usually (to go) to bed on your days off ?
97. Translate from Russian into English.
1. Мы обычно ходим гулять в парк.
2. Я люблю читать книги в кровати.
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 185
3. Он редко просыпается в 6 часов утра.
4. Мой папа ходит на стадион по субботам.
5. Его маленький брат играет с игрушками каждый
вечер.
6. Они обычно ужинают в 8 часов.
7. Моя бабушка любит смотреть телевизор утром.
8. Катя не любит играть в теннис.
98. Translate from Russian into English.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Я хожу в школу каждый день.
Мы всегда принимаем душ вечером.
Мои родители обычно завтракают в 8 часов.
Аня всегда заправляет кровать утром.
Моя старшая сестра обычно моет посуду после
обеда.
6. Я обычно просыпаюсь рано.
7. Он не любит делать уроки.
8. Я пишу письма моей бабушке каждую неделю.
99. Translate from Russian into English.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Она любит играть с куклами.
Мы обычно ужинаем в 8 часов вечера.
Моя бабушка ходит в магазин каждый день.
Я обычно ем кашу на завтрак.
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Каждую субботу они ходят в бассейн.
Павел всегда делает зарядку утром.
Он не помогает маме по дому.
У нас контрольная по английскому по средам.
100. Translate from Russian into English.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Мы обычно ходим в цирк на каникулах.
Я обычно встаю в 8 часов утра.
Моя мама работает в банке.
Мои друзья и я катаемся на коньках зимой.
Я учу английский язык в школе.
Моя маленькая сестра любит рисовать.
Он не любит молоко.
Иван поливает цветы каждый день.
101. Translate from Russian into English.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Каждую субботу моя бабушка печёт пирожки.
Я люблю ловить рыбу летом в деревне.
Моя мама работает в школе.
Мы всегда едим суп на обед.
Мой брат обычно гуляет с собакой.
Я навещаю мою бабушку каждую неделю.
Его маленькая сестра смотрит мультфильмы утром.
Её дедушка часто слушает радио.
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE 187
102. Translate from Russian into English.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Оля хочет быть инженером.
Он очень хорошо говорит по-французски.
Аня обычно убирает дом по субботам.
Они живут в Швеции.
Его мама работает в школе.
Она любит мечтать.
Мария часто разговаривает по телефону.
Павел хочет поехать в Испанию.
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
(CONTINUOUS) TENSE
Affirmative
I
am working
He
She
It
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
We
You
They
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
is working
are working
Negative
I
He
She
It
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⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
is not working
We
You
They
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
are not working
Short form
I
’m working
He
She
It
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
We
You
They
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
am not working
Short form
I
’m not working
’s working
He
She
It
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
isn’t working
’re working
We
You
They
⎧
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
aren’t working
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (CONTINUOUS) TENSE 189
Interrogative
Am
Is
Are
I
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⎪
⎩
he
she
it
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⎪
⎨
⎪
⎩
we
you
they
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⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎨
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎪
⎩
working?
Special Questions
What, where, why, with whom
Where
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working?
Who, which of you, which of them
Who is working?
190
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
Verbs not used in the Progressive form:
be, believe, belong, cost, feel, forget, hate, know, like,
love, mean, need, prefer, realise, remember, see, seem, smell,
sound, suppose, taste, think, understand, want, have.
Особенности правописания:
– конечная согласная удваивается в односложных и
двухсложных словах с предшествующей краткой
согласной.
sit – sitting
swim – swimming
begin – beginning
– немое “е” не пишется перед –ing:
write – writing
make – making
take – taking
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (CONTINUOUS) TENSE 191
1. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Liz (not to get up) at the moment.
My mother (to have) dinner right now.
I (to watch) TV right now.
Ben and Dan (to read) the books now.
My father (to play) chess at the moment.
We (to watch) TV now.
My friend (to wash up) right now.
She (not to go) to the stadium now.
They (not to dress) now.
2. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Willy (to write) a letter to his aunt now.
You (to go) shopping at the moment.
Her grandmother (to have) supper now.
Nora (to play) with her toys now.
My little sister (to have) dinner right now.
I (not to wash) my hands now.
Liz (not to dress) now.
We (to watch) TV now.
My brother (not to go) for a walk now.
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
3. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
They (not to have) lunch now.
You (to wake up) now.
Ray (to do) his homework right now.
Her friend (to take) a shower now.
My father (to play) table tennis at the moment.
Sibyl (to write) a letter to her grandmother now.
Dan (not to wash) his face now.
My little sister (not to read) a book now.
She (not to go) shopping now.
4. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Sally (to have) dinner now.
Tommy (not to take) a shower now.
I (to play) tennis now.
Ann and Kate (to go) for a walk now.
My cousin (not to do) his homework now.
Rolf (to go) to the swimming pool now.
I (not to read) a book now.
We (not to watch) TV now.
Patty (not to play) chess now.
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (CONTINUOUS) TENSE 193
5. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
I (not to play) basketball right now.
Ben (to write) a letter now.
Sue (not to go) for a walk now.
They (to go) shopping at the moment.
I (not to wake up) now.
Kate (to wash) her hands now.
My grandfather (to read) a magazine now.
Jess (not have) breakfast now.
Her cousin (not to go) to school now.
6. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
You (not to go) to bed now.
I (to have) lunch now.
Micky (to come) home right now.
His father (not to get up) now.
Harry and I (to walk) now.
My brother (to go) to school at the moment.
We (not to have) supper now.
I (to do) my homework now.
Molly (to go) to the swimming pool now.
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
7. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
His father (to watch) TV now.
My grandmother (not to walk) right now.
We (to have) breakfast right now.
They (not to play) leapfrog now.
I (to go) to bed now.
Her cousin (to go) home at the moment.
Morris (not to go) to school now.
Mat (to make) the bed now.
Our parents (to play) chess now.
8. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Andy (not to go) to school now.
I (to have) dinner now.
My mother (not to come) home right now.
Her friend (to do) his homework now.
We (to go) shopping now.
Frank (not to take) a shower at the moment.
Their friends (to go) to the cinema now.
I (not to go) to bed right now.
Bill (to wash) his face now.
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (CONTINUOUS) TENSE 195
9. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Kate (to watch) TV now.
Dick (to come) home now.
She (not to have) supper right now.
I (to go) shopping now.
My little brother (not to dress) right now.
Betty (not to wash up) now.
We (not to play) with our toys now.
You (not to go) to school now.
Emily and Joy (to have) breakfast at the moment.
10. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Lolly (to wake up) now.
Ben (not to wash up) at the moment.
I (to come) home now.
Ann (to write) an exercise right now.
My grandfather (to have) supper now.
They (to come) home now.
His uncle (not to make) the bed now.
My brother (to wash) his hands and face now.
I (to go) to the stadium now.
196
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
11. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Carol (not to wake up) right now.
My little sister (to dress) now.
Her grandmother (to go) for a walk now.
Monica (not to have) dinner at the moment.
We (to go) to school now.
They (not to go) shopping now.
Clem (to play) with her toys now.
You (not to watch) TV now.
Roddy (to read) a book now.
12. Open the brackets.
1. Her grandmother (to have) lunch right now.
2. My parents (not to play) badminton now.
3. His cousin (not to wash) her face and hands at the moment.
4. My grandfather (to write) a letter to his wife now.
5. Rose and Tib (to have) supper now.
6. They (not to go) to bed now.
7. Tony (to go) shopping now.
8. His friend (not to play) football now.
9. Our friend (to take) a shower now.
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (CONTINUOUS) TENSE 197
13. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
You (not to take) a shower right now.
They (to have) lunch now.
Cathy (to get up) at the moment.
His aunt (to wake up) now.
Peggy (to do) his homework now.
Mary (not to go) to bed now.
I (not to make) the bed now.
We (not to go) for a walk now.
Dan (not to read) a book now.
14. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
You (to have) breakfast now.
Her grandmother (not to make) the bed now.
Kate and Jack (to go) for a walk now.
Tim (to come) home now.
My parents (to go) shopping right now.
Ann (not to go) to school now.
They (not to get up) now.
I (to dress) at the moment.
His aunt (not to wash up) now.
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
15. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Terry (not to get up) at the moment.
His little brother (to make) the bed now.
My cousin (to wash up) now.
My parents (to have) dinner now.
Willy (not to go) for a walk now.
I (not to do) my homework right now.
Her friends (to go) to school now.
My little sister (to come) home now.
His uncle (to wake up) now.
16. Open the brackets.
Put the verbs into the Present Simple
or the Present Progressive.
1. They (to go) boating very
often in summer.
2. I (to cook) a meal for my
family every day.
3. Kim (to take) her dog for
a walk twice a day.
4. Her grandmother (to walk)
in the park every weekend.
5. Susan usually (to water) the
flowers in the morning.
1. They (to go) boating right
now.
2. I (to cook) a meal for my
family at the moment.
3. Kim (to take) her dog for a
walk now.
4. Her grandmother (to walk)
in the park at the moment.
5. Susan (to water) the flowers
right now.
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (CONTINUOUS) TENSE 199
17. Open the brackets.
Put the verbs into the Present Simple
or the Present Progressive.
1. The children often (to
make) snowmen in winter.
2. Ann always (to dance) at
the birthday parties.
3. My sister (to sweep) the
floor in her room every
day.
4. I usually (to make) salads
for the New Year party.
1. The children (to make) a
snowman in the yard at
the moment.
2. Ann (to dance) at the birthday party now.
3. My sister (to sweep) the
floor in her room right
now.
4. I (to make) a fish salad for
the New Year party at the
moment.
18. Open the brackets.
Put the verbs into the correct form.
1. Where your sister (to be)?
Liz (to ride) a bicycle in the garden right now.
2. Please, be quiet! My little brother (to sleep) in the next
room.
3. Look! It (to rain) outside.
4. Please, don’t make so much noise! I (to read) a very interesting novel.
5. Who (to sing) in the kitchen?
It (to be) Kelly. She (to cook) supper there right now.
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6. Where Willy (to be)?
He (to water) the vegetables in the kitchen garden at the
moment.
7. Hurry! Our train (to come). I (not to want) to miss it.
19. Open the brackets.
Put the verbs into the correct form.
1. I (to be) tired. I (to go) to bed right now. Good night!
2. Look! It (to snow) outside. I (to like) snow very much.
3. Where the boys (to be)? They (to play) football in the yard
at the moment.
4. Hurry up! It (to be) time to go to school.
OK, I (to come).
5. Listen! What language that man (to speak)?
I (not to know).
6. Where Sam (to be)?
He (to do) shopping right now.
20. Open the brackets.
Put the verbs into the correct form.
1. Let’s go out now! It (not to rain) anymore.
2. Please, don’t make so much noise! I (to do) my homework.
3. Where your elder brother (to be)?
Philip (to take) a shower in the bathroom right now.
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (CONTINUOUS) TENSE 201
4. Hurry! The bus (to come). We (to be) late at work.
5. Excuse me, I (to look) for my hat. Can you see my hat?
6. Look! Your parents (to come).
21. Fill in “Is” or “Are”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
___ she speaking Italian to her friend now?
___ they going to the supermarket now?
___ Jack sleeping on the sofa now?
___ Pussy drinking milk now?
___ Dan and Boris having an English lesson now?
___ our mother looking for a newspaper now?
___ the birds singing in the garden now?
___ he playing the accordion now?
___ we listening to the opera now?
22. Fill in “Is” or “Are”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
___ they feeding their dog in the kitchen now?
___ the little cat lying on the floor now?
___ Dick having lunch now?
___ Johnny and Fred writing a test now?
___ Granny singing a folk song now?
___ they walking up the hill?
___ the boys fighting in the yard now?
___ Bob cleaning the car near the house now?
___ Mary and Nelly sitting by the fireplace?
202
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
23. Fill in “Is” or “Are”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
___ Molly dancing in the next room now?
___ they learning a dialogue now?
___ he having a History lesson now?
___ Andy speaking German now?
___ our grandfather cutting the grass in the garden
now?
___ she driving a new car now?
___ the girls sweeping the floor now?
___ they translating from German into Italian now?
___ Sue walking across the street now?
24. Fill in “Am”, “Is”, or “Are”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
___ Jack and Margaret dancing in the garden now?
___ he translating from English into Russian now?
___ you going to the Zoo now?
___ they listening to the opera now?
___ the cat eating meat now?
___ Granny cleaning the window now?
___ my little kittens sleeping now?
___ the girls playing with their dolls now?
___ Bill watching a video film now?
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (CONTINUOUS) TENSE 203
25. Fill in “Am”, “Is”, or “Are”.
1. ___ the teacher writing a text on the blackboard at the
moment?
2. ___ Sue translating from French into Spanish now?
3. ___ their parents going to Greece now?
4. ___ mother cooking dinner now?
5. ___ Molly and Phil going to a restaurant now?
6. ___ they walking in the park now?
7. ___ you eating porridge now?
8. ___ Dave doing a writing exercise now?
9. ___ she wearing a new dress now?
26. Fill in “Am”, “Is”, or “Are”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
___ I wearing a new suit now?
___ Bill watering the plants in the garden now?
___ my friends playing with a dog now?
___ Helen and Bess talking on the phone now?
___ he lying in bed now?
___ we going to the theatre now?
___ they running at the stadium now?
___ the cat climbing the tree now?
___ their father hunting the ducks now?
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
27. Write the sentences
a) in the negative; b) in the interrogative.
Example:
David is playing golf right now.
David isn’t playing golf now.
Is David playing golf now?
1. It is raining now.
2. The children are gathering mushrooms in the forest.
3. Grandfather is telling his grandchildren an interesting
story.
4. We are discussing a difficult problem now.
5. Carol is buying a new skirt now.
6. The pupils are having a Geography lesson now.
7. Granny is looking for her glasses now.
8. I am learning a funny poem now.
9. They are speaking German now.
28. Write the sentences
a) in the negative; b) in the interrogative.
1. Somebody is playing the guitar in the hall now.
2. I am waiting for my friend on the corner of the street
now.
3. The pupils are asking their teacher questions now.
4. I am repairing my TV set now.
5. David is driving his new car now.
6. The children are watering flowers in the garden.
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (CONTINUOUS) TENSE 205
7. He is sitting in the library now.
8. Nan is sweeping the floor in the dining room now.
9. The women are speaking Italian now.
29. Write the sentences
a) in the negative; b) in the interrogative.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
The cat is running across the street now.
They are lying in the sun now.
The man is selling newspapers near the shop now.
Paul and Helen are dancing in the next room now.
Charles is learning a rule now.
They are doing something in the kitchen garden now.
The young boy is playing computer games now.
My relatives are going to the railway station now.
Tim is answering the teacher’s questions now.
30. Write the sentences
a) in the negative; b) in the interrogative.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
It is getting dark now.
Carol is playing computer games now.
I am cooking soup now.
The boy is skating at the skating rink now.
Liz is sweeping the floor in the hall now.
The birds are singing now.
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
7. It is snowing now.
8. The sun is rising now.
9. My parents are going to the railway station now.
31. Write the sentences
a) in the negative; b) in the interrogative.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
David is copying out the text now.
I am wearing my new beautiful dress now.
Granny is making a cake now.
The sun is shining now.
It is getting cold now.
We are doing shopping now.
My cat is playing with a ball on the carpet now.
The children are putting their toys into the box now.
It is raining now.
32. Write the sentences
a) in the negative; b) in the interrogative.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
It is getting hotter now.
I am feeding my cat with fish now.
The moon is shining high in the sky now.
The friends are going to the museum now.
The dog is sleeping on the floor now.
Bat is riding a bicycle now.
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (CONTINUOUS) TENSE 207
7. It is snowing now.
8. I am celebrating my birthday now.
9. The sun is setting now.
33. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
You (to go) to a concert hall now?
What vegetable Helen (to eat) now?
Who (to build) this house now?
What Billy (to repair) in the yard now?
George (to write) a composition or a report now?
They (to eat) sweets or nuts now?
You (to wear) jeans or trousers now?
What the secretary (to type) now?
Why the boys (not to play) football at the school sports
ground now?
34. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Who they (to wait) for now?
Why you (not to listen) to me now?
What the teacher (to write) on the blackboard now?
What juice they (to drink) now?
Who he (to ask) questions now?
What language Helen (to translate) from now?
Why he (to cross) the street without his parents now?
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8. They (to buy) sweets in the shop now?
9. Why Mary (not to wear) her new blouse now?
35. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
What the bees (to gather) honey from now?
Mike and Sue (to go) to the circus now?
What hotel Paul and Willy (to go) to now?
What this man (to sell) now?
Why they (to laugh) at this little boy now?
Your sister (to read) a fairy tale “The Little Red Cap” now?
His father (to go) to the factory now?
Why you (not to answer) my question now?
What the woman (to look) through now?
36. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
What you (to repair) now?
The cat (to sleep) on the carpet or in the box now?
The children (to play) hide-and-seek at the moment?
Carol (to help) her mother to clean the window now?
What the pupils (to study) right now?
Who (to play) baseball at the stadium now?
What magazines Alice (to buy) now?
What mother (to look for) now?
Who (to open) the door now?
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (CONTINUOUS) TENSE 209
37. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
The snow (to fall) outside now?
Who (to swim) across the river now?
The sun (to shine) brightly now?
Who (to play) basketball at the sports ground now?
His father (to go) on a business trip now?
Who (to put) books into the schoolbag now?
What language those men (to speak) now?
They (not to go) to listen to the opera now?
Who you (to wait) for now?
38. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
You (to gather) mushrooms or berries here now?
What they (to drink) now?
It (to rain) now?
He (to go) abroad now?
Who (to tell) them a funny story now?
They (to listen) to the tape recorder in the sitting room
now?
7. She (to drink) tea or juice now?
8. What Margaret (to cook) in the kitchen?
9. What lesson Bab (to have) now?
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39. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
What she (to cook) for supper now?
Where Tib (to sleep) now?
Your parents (to sit) in the dining room now?
Where the boys (to play) football now?
What book Alice (to read) now?
What problem they (to discuss) now?
Who (to walk) about in the forest now?
Where Helen and Carol (to go) to now?
The telephone (to ring) now?
40. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Why the monkeys (make) faces now?
Who (to wash) the dishes in the kitchen now?
You (to cook) fish soup or cabbage soup now?
They (to laugh) at him now?
What Granny (to water) in the garden now?
Who (to run) about in the yard now?
With whom you (to speak) on the phone now?
What Dan (to do) in the garden now?
What you (to buy) in the shop now?
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (CONTINUOUS) TENSE 211
41. Open the brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Where Tom (to cut) the grass now?
Who (to watch) TV in the living room now?
You (to read) a fairy tale or a detective story now?
With whom she (to go) to the museum now?
Who (to sleep) under a tree in the garden now?
Where Bab (to walk) now?
What Helen (to wear) now?
Jack (to write) a letter or a report now?
What music you (to listen to) now?
42. Write the sentences in the third person singular.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
We are getting dog food now.
He is getting dog food now.
They are listening to music now.
Ted and Susan are taking a dog for a walk now.
We are playing rugby now.
Helen and Bess are cooking dinner now.
My parents are going to the theatre now.
We are laying the table now.
Molly and Phil are going to a café now.
They are sitting on the sofa now.
We are playing badminton in the garden now.
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
43. Write the sentences in the third person singular.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
The girls are playing the piano now.
She is playing the piano now.
They are playing chess now.
Ben and Sue are listening to the radio now.
We are working hard now.
Colin and Cliff are wearing overcoats now.
The cats are jumping now.
The monkeys are making faces now.
Julia and Jack are going to a disco club now.
The kittens are sleeping now.
The boys are playing the guitars now.
44. Write the sentences in the third person singular.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
They are taking pictures now.
He is taking pictures now.
The birds are flying now.
They are reading magazines now.
The dogs are barking now.
We are digging in the garden now.
The children are crying now.
The fishes are swimming now.
The women are speaking to each other now.
The men are talking on the phone now.
The girls are watering flowers now.
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (CONTINUOUS) TENSE 213
45. Change into the plural as in the example.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
The cat is drinking milk now.
The cats are drinking milk now.
She is going to the park now.
I am putting on a cap now.
Jane is doing her homework now.
My cousin is painting now.
I am going home now.
Dan is eating an ice cream now.
His friend is feeding a dog now.
I am decorating my room now.
Jill is making a cake now.
46. Change into the plural as in the example.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
I am doing shopping now.
They are doing shopping now.
I am going to bed now.
Sam is drawing now.
He is working hard now.
My mother is looking for a job now.
She is taking a shower now.
David is playing the piano now.
I am writing an exercise now.
You are having breakfast now.
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9. Liz is learning a poem now.
10. I am swimming now.
47. Change into the plural as in the example.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Dan is playing with toys now.
We are playing with toys now.
He is running now.
Sue is doing homework now.
I am making the bed now.
She is going to the cinema now.
Paul is singing now.
I am dancing now.
My sister is cooking supper now.
His friend is playing golf now.
I am drinking juice now.
You are cleaning the room now.
48. Ask questions with the words in brackets.
Example:
Susan is washing the floor right now. (What)
What is Susan washing right now?
1. The children are learning a new song now. (Who, What)
2. The dolphins are swimming in the sea now. (Who, Where,
What)
3. My little sister is reading an interesting fairy tale now.
(Who, What)
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4. Jack and Nan are returning from the cinema now. (Who,
Where)
5. I am going to the museum with my parents now. (Who,
Where, What, With whom)
6. Willy is wearing his new suit now. (Who, What)
7. They are taking a taxi now. (Who, Where)
8. The man is taking a bus now. (Who, What)
9. We are watching the white bears in the Zoo now. (Who,
Where, What)
49. Ask questions with the words in brackets.
1. The telephone is ringing now. (What)
2. My little sisters are putting their toys into the box now.
(Who, What, Where)
3. Bab is standing under a tree now. (Who, What, Where)
4. My parents are gathering mushrooms in the wood now.
(Who, What)
5. Dave is buying an ice cream in the shop now. (Who, What,
Where)
6. My Granny and I are making jam in the kitchen now. (Who,
What, Where)
7. I am opening the window now. (Who, What)
8. Mother is cooking fish soup in the kitchen now. (Who,
Where, What)
9. The pupils are writing a dictation now. (Who, What)
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50. Ask questions with the words in brackets.
1. My friends are going for a walk in the park now. (Who,
What, Where)
2. Granny is walking across the street now. (Who, What)
3. We are waiting for a tram at the tram stop now. (Who,
What, Where)
4. Paul is speaking on the phone with his friend. (Who, What,
With whom)
5. I am writing a report now. (Who, What)
6. Jane is making salad in the kitchen now. (Who, What,
Where)
7. The kittens are sleeping in the armchair now. (Who, What,
Where)
8. His wife is washing clothes in the bathroom. (Who, What,
Where)
9. Father is repairing his watch now. (Who, What)
51. Ask and answer the questions.
Use the verbs in brackets.
Example:
What Liz (to do) in the kitchen at the moment?
(to cook fish soup)
What is Liz doing in the kitchen at the moment?
She is cooking fish soup.
1. What the cat (to do) now? (to sleep on the carpet)
2. What you (to do) now? (to make a snowman)
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
What they (to do) in the garden now? (to dig)
What David (to do) now? (to ski in the forest)
What your family (to do) now? (to sit around the table)
What his Granny (to do) now? (to knit a new sweater)
What we (to do) now? (to have a Biology lesson)
What Bab (to do) now? (to put books into the bag)
52. Ask and answer the questions.
Use the verbs in brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
What the monkey (to do) now? (to make faces)
What she (to do) now? (to study English)
What you (to do) now? (to look for my book)
What Nan and Kate (to do) now? (to talk on the phone)
What Granny (to do) in the kitchen now? (to cut some
cabbage)
What they (to do) now? (to paint in the garden)
What he (to do) now? (to take a shower in the bathroom)
What the teacher (to do) now? (to write on the blackboard)
What Paul and George (to do) now? (to have dinner in the
room)
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53. Ask and answer the questions.
Use the verbs in brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
What the puppy (to do) now? (to drink milk)
What the children (to do) now? (to cry)
What the father (to do) now? (to repair a tape recorder)
What you (to do) now? (to make tea in the kitchen)
What your sister (to do) now? (to wash dishes)
What they (to do) now? (to celebrate a holiday)
What Colin (to do) now? (to read a letter from Bab)
What his aunt (to do) now? (to go to church)
What you (to do) now? (to wait for my friend)
54. Put the verbs into the correct form.
Answer the questions.
It’s 11 o’clock. The pupils are having a History lesson now.
The teacher (to sit) at the teacher’s table now. She (to tell)
them a very interesting story. Some pupils (to listen) to her
story. They (to be) good pupils. But some pupils (to speak)
to each other now. Bat (to eat) a sweet now. She (to think)
about her new doll. Jack (to draw) on the desk now. Tim
(to read) a detective story now. What a pity!
1. What the time (to be) now?
2. What lesson the pupils (to have) now?
3. Where the teacher (to sit) now?
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
What she (to do) now?
What the pupils (to do) now?
What Bat (to do) now?
What Bat (to think) about?
What Jack (to do) now?
What Tim (to do) now?
What you (to think) about it?
55. Put the verbs into the correct form.
Answer the questions.
It’s Saturday afternoon. The family is on the bank of the
river.
The sun (to shine) brightly. It (to get) hotter. Mother (to
lie) in the sun. She (not to want) to bathe. Father (to fish)
now. He (not to like) to lie in the sun. Granny (to sleep)
under a sunshade. She (to be) tired. Grandfather and his
grandson (to play) chess now.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
What the weather (to be) like today?
What mother (to do) now?
She (to want) to bathe?
What father (to do) now?
He (to like) to lie in the sun?
What Granny (to do) now?
She (to be) tired?
What grandfather and his grandson (to do) now?
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56. Put the verbs into the Present Simple
or the Present Progressive. Answer the questions.
It Is Thursday at My Uncle’s House
My name (to be) Billy. I (to have got) an uncle. My uncle’s
name (to be) Jake. Jake (to have got) a family. Now they (to
be) at home. Jake (to repair) his camera now. He (to like) to
take pictures. Jake’s wife (to make) supper in the kitchen.
Her name (to be) Margaret. She (not to like) to cook. Margaret (to be) very busy. She (to work) at school. She (to be) a
teacher of History. Their children (to sit) on the carpet and
(to play) with their toys now. Their names (to be) Carol and
Helen. They (to be) twins. They (not to do) their homework
now. Carol and Helen (not to be) good pupils.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
What the boy’s name (to be)?
He (to have got) an uncle?
What his uncle’s name (to be)?
Jake (to have got) a family?
What Jake (to do) now?
What he (to like) to do?
What his wife’s name (to be)?
What Margaret (to do) now?
She (to like) to cook?
Why Margaret (not to like) to cook?
Where she (to work)?
What Margaret’s job (to be)?
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13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Margaret and Jake (to have got) children?
What their children’s names (to be)?
What the girls (to do) now?
What they (not to do) now?
Carol and Helen (to be) good pupils?
57. Put the verbs into the Present Simple
or the Present Progressive. Answer the questions.
It’s Sunday at My Friend’s House
My friend’s name (to be) Paul. Paul (to have got) a large
family. His family (to be) friendly and hospitable. Now they all
(to be) at home. His little sister (to play) the piano now. Her
name (to be) Helen. She (to go) to music school. Paul’s elder
sister (to help) her mother about the house now. Her name
(to be) Carol. Carol (to be) a student. She (to help) her mother
about the house every evening. Now Carol (to clean) the
window. Paul (to sit) on the sofa and (to read) a fairy tale
now. My friend (to like) to read. He (to read) a lot.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
What the friend’s name (to be)?
Paul (to have got) a small or large family?
What kind of family Paul (to have got)?
What his little sister’s name (to be)?
What Helen (to do) now?
She (to go) to music school?
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What Helen’s elder sister’s name (to be)?
What Carol (to do) now?
What Carol’s job (to be)?
When she usually (to help) her mother about the house?
What Paul (to do) now?
He (to like) to read?
58. Put the verbs into the Present Simple
or the Present Progressive. Answer the questions.
It Is Monday Morning. The Family Is at Home
My name (to be) Nan. I (to have got) a large family. We
(to be) busy. My parents (to go) to work five days a week.
They (not to work) on Saturday and Sunday. My sister (to
go) to the University every day. She (to be) a student. Her
name (to be) Alice. Now Alice (to take) a shower in the
bathroom. My brothers (to go) to school. Their names (to
be) Jake and David. They (to be) good pupils. Now Jake and
David (to have) breakfast. They (to be) good eaters. I (not
to be) a pupil. I (to be) six. But I can read very well. Now I
(to read) a very interesting fairy tale. It (to be) eight o’clock.
Our parents (to leave) home for work now.
1.
2.
3.
4.
What the girl’s name (to be)?
She (to have got) a large family?
They (to be) busy?
How many times a week her parents (to go) to work?
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6.
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When they (not to work)?
Where Nan’s sister (to go) every day?
What the sister’s name (to be)?
What her job (to be)?
What Alice (to do) now?
What her brothers’ names (to be)?
They (to go) to school?
What they (to do) now?
Jake and David (to be) good eaters?
What Nan (to be)?
How old she (to be)?
What Nan (to do) now?
What the time (to be) now?
What Nan’s parents (to do) now?
59. Put the verbs into the Present Simple
or the Present Progressive. Answer the questions.
It Is Sunday Afternoon. The Family Is at the Stadium
My name (to be) Liz. My family (to go) in for sports. We
often (to go) to the stadium. Now my parents (to play) tennis. My father (to be) a good tennis player. They (to play)
tennis every weekend. My brother (to play) football now. He
(to go) to the stadium to play football three times a week.
He (to have got) a very good ball. I (to go) in for sports, too.
Now I (to run) at the stadium.
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Who (to go) in for sports?
What the parents (to do) now?
The father (to be) a good tennis player?
How often they (to play) tennis?
What her brother (to do) now?
How often he (to go) to the stadium?
He (to have got) a ball?
What the girl’s name (to be)?
Liz (to go) in for sports?
What she (to do) now?
60. Put the verbs into the Present Simple
or the Present Progressive. Answer the questions.
It Is Wednesday Evening.
The Family Is at Home
My name (to be) David. I (to do) my homework now.
The teachers (to give) us a lot of homework. As a rule it (to
take) me two or three hours to do my homework. Mother
(to prepare) supper for us now. We usually (to have) supper
at 7 o’clock. My mother often (to cook) roast chicken for
supper. But now she (to cook) omelette with cheese. Father
(to read) a newspaper now. He always (to buy) newspapers
near his office. Grandmother (to knit) a warm sweater for
me now. She (to knit) very well.
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2.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
What David (to do) now?
How much time it (to take) him to do his homework?
What mother (to do) now?
When they usually (to have) supper?
What his mother often (to cook) for supper?
What she (to cook) now?
What his father (to do) now?
Where he always (to buy) newspapers?
What grandmother (to do) now?
How well she (to knit)?
61. Put the verbs into the Present Simple
or the Present Progressive. Answer the questions.
It Is Friday at My Elder Brother’s House
I (to have got) an elder brother. His name (to be) Colin.
He (to have got) his own family. He (to have got) a wife, a
son and a daughter. The wife’s name (to be) Bess. His son’s
name (to be) Jack. The daughter’s name (to be) Susan.
Now Colin (to be) at home. Bess (to read) a historical
novel now. She (to like) to read. Bess (to read) a lot. She
(to be) a teacher of literature. Colin (to paint) now. He (to
be) a painter. My brother (to paint) very well. I (to like) to
go to the picture gallery with my brother. Susan (to talk)
on the phone now. She often (to talk) on the phone. Susan
(to have got) a lot of friends. My niece (not to do) well at
school. She (not to like) to do her homework.
Jack (to play) with a cat now. He (to be) a little boy.
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What Bess (to do) now?
She (to like) to read?
What Bess’ job (to be)?
What Colin (to do) now?
What Colin’s job (to be)?
How well he (to paint)?
What Susan (to do) now?
She (to do) well at school?
She (to like) to do her homework?
What Jack (to do) now?
With whom he (to play) now?
62. Put the verbs into the Present Simple
or the Present Progressive. Answer the questions.
It Is Saturday Afternoon.
My Friend’s Family Is in the Park
My friend’s name (to be) Paul. He (to have got) a mother,
a father, a sister and a brother. His mother’s name (to be)
Ann. His father’s name (to be) Jim. His sister’s name (to be)
Bessy. His brother’s name (to be) Boris. They (to be) in the
park now.
Paul (to watch) the swans now. The swans (to swim) in
the pond now. They (to be) white and very beautiful. Jim
(to read) a newspaper now. He (to sit) on the bench now.
Jim (to like) to read newspapers very much. Boris (to ride)
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a bicycle now. He (to have got) a new bicycle. Bessy and
Ann (to talk) to each other now. They (to sit) on the grass
near the pond and (feed) the ducks.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
What his friend’s name (to be)?
What he (to do) now?
Where the swans (to swim) now?
What Jim (to do) now?
Where he (to sit) now?
What Jim (to read) now?
He (to like) to read newspapers?
What Boris (to do) now?
What Bessy and Ann (to do) now?
Who (to feed) the ducks now?
63. Put the verbs into the Present Simple
or the Present Progressive. Answer the questions.
It Is Tuesday at My Granny’s House
Granny (to cook) dinner now. She (to be) a good cook.
I (to like) to eat cabbage soup and pies with meat and rice.
My Granny often (to make) them for me. Grandfather (to
watch) TV now. He (to like) to watch sports programs on TV.
My grandfather (not to go) to work. He (to be) a pensioner.
My grandparents (to have got) pets. They (to be) a cat and a
dog. The dog (to lie) on the carpet near the armchair now.
The cat (to drink) milk now. He (to be) a good eater.
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What Granny (to do) now?
She (to be) a good cook?
What her grandchild (to like) to eat?
Granny often (to make) pies with meat and rice?
What the boy’s grandfather (to do) now?
What TV programs he (to like) to watch?
He (to work)?
Why grandfather (not to go) to work?
The boy’s grandparents (to have got) pets?
What their pets (to be)?
What the dog (to do) now?
What the cat (to do) now?
The cat (to be) a good or poor eater?
64. Put the verbs into the Present Simple
or the Present Progressive. Answer the questions.
It Is Sunday Morning. The Family Is at Home
They (to be) a family of four. They (to be) a mother, a
father and two sons. The sons’ names (to be) Ted and Ben.
Mother (to cook) pancakes in the kitchen now. They (to like)
to eat pancakes with jam for breakfast. Father (to take) a
dog for a walk now. Usually the boys (to take) a dog for a
walk. But on Sunday father (not to go) to work and he (to
do) it. Ted (to do) morning exercises now. He (to do) his
morning exercises every day. He (to want) to be a sports-
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (CONTINUOUS) TENSE 229
man. Ben (to take) a shower now. He (to take) a shower with
cold and warm water twice a day. It (to be) nine o’clock. But
the boys (not to go) to school today. On Sunday they (not
to go) to school.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
What mother (to do) now?
Where she (to cook) now?
What she (to cook) now?
What father (to do) now?
Who usually (to take) a dog for a walk?
Father (to go) to work on Sunday?
What the boys (to do) now?
What Ted (to want) to be?
How often he (to do) his morning exercises?
How often Ben (to take) a shower?
When the boys (not to go) to school?
65. Put the verbs into the Present Simple
or the Present Progressive. Answer the questions.
It Is Saturday Evening. The Family Is at Home
My name (to be) Jane. My parents (to be) at home now.
They (not to go) to work on Saturday. And now they (to
play) chess. They often (to play) chess. They (to like) to play
this game. My father (to play) chess very well. My sister (to
try on) a new dress in the next room now. She (to go) to
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a disco club now. I (to play) with my pet now. It (to be) a
snake. I (not to like) to play with my toys. I (to like) to look
after my pet.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
What the girl’s name (to be)?
Where her parents (to be)?
Jane’s parents (to go) to work on Saturday?
What they (to do) now?
What game Jane’s parents (to like) to play?
Who (to play) chess very well?
What Jane’s sister (to do) now?
Where she (to try on) a new dress?
Where she (to go) now?
With whom Jane (to play) now?
She (to like) to play with toys?
What Jane (to like) to do?
66. Make up sentences from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
now, a literature lesson, we, having, are.
a child, sleeping, in the bedroom, now, is.
am, now, playing, I, the guitar.
isn’t, now, he, a detective story, reading.
are, we, now, a composition, writing.
a disco club, now, Al and Kate, going, are, to.
is, now, rising, the sun.
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8. in the forest, is, Sam, skiing, now.
9. now, it, cool, getting, is.
67. Make up sentences from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
the stadium, Bab and George, now, going, are, to.
is, getting, now, warm, it.
to, the records, my friends, listening, are, now.
is, going, my uncle, to the, now, seaside.
are, the dogs, now, in the yard, barking.
is, now, Alice, the piano, playing.
feeding, am, now, I, my dog.
shining, now, the sun, is.
are, talking, now, my parents.
68. Make up sentences from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
raining, now, isn’t, it.
are, a good, we, talk, now, having.
an English lesson, now, the pupils, having, are.
a fairy tale, we, reading, now, are.
isn’t, now, the sun, shining.
are, drinking, now, they, juice.
now, Tom, skating, at the stadium, is.
now, snowing, it, is.
Kate and Tom, now, in the next room, dancing, are.
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69. Make up sentences from the words.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
are, in the trees, now, the birds, singing.
in the kitchen, his sister, now, coffee, making is.
volleyball, my friends, playing, now, in the garden, are.
now, Dave and Nan, in the forest, walking, are.
a snowman, making, the children, are, now.
my grandparents, now, an interesting TV program, watching, are.
7. starting now, it, to rain, is.
8. is, now, cooking, my aunt, in the kitchen, supper.
9. are, to London, they, now, going.
70. Make up sentences from the words.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
fishing, Tim, now, is.
now, the dog, eating, a piece of meat, is.
buying, now, a new suit, we, are.
are, now, waiting, they, for me.
my little monkey, I, now, am, for a walk, taking.
sitting, Colin and Billy, now, at the table, are.
the floor, now, washing, Margaret, is.
is, now, writing, on the blackboard, the teacher.
am, a pineapple, now, I, eating.
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71. Make up sentences from the words.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
sitting, on the bench, they, now, are.
is, the squirrel, running, now, away.
computer games, his friends, playing, now, are.
getting, now, it, hot, is.
is, now, telling, me, a funny, his sister, story.
are, now, with toys, on the carpet, the children, playing.
7. looking through, now, the magazine, I am.
8. getting, now, is, dark, it, outside.
9. is, now, a very long, translating, our grandfather, article.
72. Make up questions from the words.
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2.
3.
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5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
is, what, he, doing now?
are, they, with whom, speaking now?
is, who, decorating, a flat now?
Jack, is, why, now, reading, book, this?
the girls, are, what, now, looking for?
is, helping him, now, who?
are, now, where, playing, they, baseball?
the boys, what, now, doing, are?
is, what, cooking, now, she?
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73. Make up questions from the words.
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2.
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4.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
father, is, what, now, doing?
is, in the swimming, who, now, pool, swimming?
is, where, now, she, watering, the flowers?
are, now, playing, with whom, Ben and Bess, golf?
translating, now, what article, she, is?
is, now, doing, exercises, morning, who?
Ted, listening, is, to the music, now?
they, sitting, in the, room, next, are?
cleaning, who, now, is, the room?
74. Make up questions from the words.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
are, they, what game, now, playing?
is, a shower, who, taking, now?
the boys, playing, now, are, the guitars?
Jill, what, wearing, is, now?
their, where, mother, going, is, now?
is, who, on the phone, speaking?
grandfather, whom, with, is, chess, playing, now?
smoking, now, who, on the balcony, is?
is, Jane, why, now, going, there?
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75. Make up questions from the words.
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2.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Bat, now, what, wearing, is?
your brother, riding, is, a bicycle, now?
are, David and Jake, what, now, doing?
she, why, drinking, isn’t, now, tea?
the boys, in the yard, playing, are, hide-and-seek, now?
Helen, where, drawing, now, is?
working, now, with whom, is, Willy, in the garden?
are, what, writing, now, the girls?
Paul, video film, what, watching, now, is?
76. Make up questions from the words.
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5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
our, lying, where, little kitten, now, is?
now, are, why, fighting, the boys?
is, now, writing, who, a test?
my children, are, what, now, eating?
he, sleeping, why, now, is?
singing, in the next room, who, now, is?
are, they, what lesson, now, having?
she, with whom, speaking German, now, is?
our grandmother, what magazine, now, reading, is?
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77. Make up questions from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
your father, is, what article, now, translating?
is, who, now, in the garden, digging?
are, her parents, where, now, going?
he, driving, why, now, is, our new car?
you, what, now, fruit, eating, are?
taking, now, who, a shower, in the bathroom, is?
his friend, looking for a job, now, is?
there, who, making, is, faces?
aren’t, having, why, now, dinner, we?
78. Translate from Russian into English.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Мой брат сейчас катается на велосипеде во дворе.
Я сейчас разговариваю по телефону.
Мои бабушка и дедушка сейчас смотрят телевизор.
Папа сейчас не читает газету.
Они сейчас играют в гольф.
Мой друг сейчас выводит на прогулку свою собаку.
У меня сейчас урок английского.
Аня сейчас не идёт домой.
Мы сейчас играем в прятки.
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (CONTINUOUS) TENSE 237
79. Translate from Russian into English.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Моя мама сейчас не едет в Москву.
Я сейчас не делаю домашнее задание.
Его дядя сейчас делает зарядку.
Мы сейчас идём в музей.
У них сейчас урок истории.
Я сейчас помогаю маме мыть посуду.
Его сёстры сейчас играют с игрушками.
Я сейчас не фотографирую.
80. Translate from Russian into English.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Мой друг сейчас не рисует красками.
Она сейчас играет на пианино.
Мои родители сейчас пьют чай.
Они сейчас не едут за город.
Её мама пишет сейчас письмо подруге.
Мы сейчас не завтракаем.
Школьники сейчас играют в футбол.
81. Translate from Russian into English.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Джек сейчас не едет в Нью-Йорк.
Мы сейчас гуляем в парке.
Ученик сейчас делает упражнение.
Я сейчас не иду в бассейн.
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6.
7.
8.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
Они сейчас ложатся спать.
Мой дедушка сейчас не работает в саду.
Её тётя сейчас слушает музыку.
Мы сейчас не смотрим телевизор.
82. Translate from Russian into English.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Мы сейчас обедаем.
Моя старшая сестра сейчас идёт в магазин.
Я сейчас иду на прогулку в парк.
Его брат сейчас играет в шахматы.
Наш дедушка сейчас принимает душ.
Его двоюродный брат сейчас пишет письмо бабушке.
Аня сейчас играет в шахматы.
Мои родители сейчас идут в театр.
Катя сейчас завтракает.
83. Translate from Russian into English.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Они сейчас идут в кино.
Cейчас идёт снег.
Мы сейчас украшаем ёлку.
У Лизы сейчас урок английского.
Маленькая девочка сейчас пьёт молоко.
Мои друзья сейчас рисуют красками.
Его тётя сейчас моет посуду.
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (CONTINUOUS) TENSE 239
84. Translate from Russian into English.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Сейчас идёт дождь.
Они сейчас едят персики.
Его брат сейчас делает зарядку.
Мои родители сейчас играют в теннис.
Моя мама сейчас читает интересный детективный рассказ.
6. Я сейчас пью кофе.
7. Мы сейчас танцуем.
8. Наша бабушка сейчас готовит завтрак на кухне.
85. Translate from Russian into English.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Сейчас светит солнце.
Мария сейчас ест ланч.
Они сейчас разговаривают друг с другом.
Я сейчас умываюсь.
Я сейчас пою.
Мы едим мороженое.
Его друг сейчас читает книгу.
Я сейчас учу наизусть стихотворение.
CONSTRUCTION
“THERE IS (ARE)”
Affirmative
Negative
There is (are)
There is not (are not)
is not = isn’t
are not = aren’t
Interrogative
Is (are) there ... ?
CONSTRUCTION “THERE IS (ARE)” 241
1. Fill in “is” or “are”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
There ___ twenty cars in the street.
There ___ a glass of juice on the table.
There ___ seven bottles of milk in the fridge.
There ___ many records on the little table.
There ___ a big bus in the yard.
There ___ many apple trees in the garden.
There ___ a watermelon in the fridge.
There ___ three carrots on the plate.
There ___ a woman on the bench.
2. Fill in “is” or “are”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
There ___ a TV set in the sitting room.
There ___ twenty-eight pupils in the classroom.
There ___ a jar of jam on the table.
There ___ a kitchen and two living rooms in the flat.
There ___ four mushrooms under the tree.
There ___ two cups of coffee on the little table.
There ___ a fridge and a sideboard in the kitchen.
There ___ eleven apples in the basket.
There ___ an ice cream in the bag.
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3. Fill in “is” or “are”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
There ___ a beautiful vase on the table.
There ___ three little balls on the floor.
There ___ a big helicopter in the field.
There ___ two guitars on the sofa.
There ___ a pencil and four pens on the desk.
There ___ five windows in the big room.
There ___ a telephone on the little table.
There ___ a pencil case and five copybooks in the schoolbag.
9. There ___ six bicycles in the garage.
4. Write the sentences
a) in the negative; b) in the interrogative.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
There is a child in the yard.
There isn’t a child in the yard.
Is there a child in the yard?
There are three rabbits in the picture.
There is a policewoman in the street.
There are two little girls on the bank of the river.
There is a teacher in the classroom.
There are two black cats in the basket.
There is a funny clown in the picture.
There are four beautiful pictures on the wall.
There is a new telephone in the hall.
There are fifteen books on the shelf.
CONSTRUCTION “THERE IS (ARE)” 243
5. Write the sentences
a) in the negative; b) in the interrogative.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
There are ten eggs in the fridge.
There is a big brown lion in the cage.
There are two children and a woman at the table.
There are four nice birds in the tree.
There is a child in the swimming pool.
There is a goldfish in the bowl.
There are six beautiful plates on the round table.
There is an old woman in the bedroom.
There are two young girls on the bench.
6. Write the sentences
a) in the negative; b) in the interrogative.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
There are two benches near the house.
There is a toy monkey in the box.
There are three big dolls on the carpet.
There are two spring months in Great Britain.
There is a jar of jam on the table.
There are two kilos of meat in the fridge.
There is a new nice shirt on the chair.
There are thirty-one days in December.
There is a big piece of cheese on the plate.
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7. Change into the plural.
Example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
There is a cap on the table.
There are four caps on the table.
There is a bicycle near the house.
There is a French book on the desk.
There is a sweet in the box.
There is a pear on the dish.
There is an elephant in the Zoo.
There is a bird in the cage.
There is a copybook in the schoolbag.
There is a watch on the bookcase.
There is a bottle of milk in the fridge.
8. Change into the plural.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
There is a computer in the office.
There is a bus at the bus stop.
There is a woman on the bench.
There is a tortoise under the bush.
There is a glass of juice in the fridge.
There is a little vase in the hall.
There is a handbag on the teacher’s table.
There is a black and white ball on the stadium.
There is a beautiful flower under the tree.
CONSTRUCTION “THERE IS (ARE)” 245
9. Change into the plural.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
There is a toy on the carpet.
There is a little dog in the yard.
There is one window in the classroom.
There is a picture on the wall.
There is a dark green jacket on the chair.
There is a glass of water on the little table.
There is a newspaper on the armchair.
There is an artist at the theatre.
There is a train at the railway station.
10. Fill in “is” or “are”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
How many flowers ___ there in the vase?
___ there a telephone in the hall?
What ___ there on the plate?
___ there bicycles on the balcony?
How many balloons ___ there in the sky?
___ there people in the picture?
What ___ there in the basket?
How many days ___ there in November?
___ there pears on the dish?
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11. Fill in “is” or “are”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
What ___ there on the desk?
How many seasons ___ there in a year?
___ there children in the yard?
___ there a carpet on the floor?
What ___ there in the box?
How many dolls ___ there on the sofa?
What ___ there in your pocket?
___ there candles on the little table?
How many houses ___ there in the street?
12. Fill in “is” or “are”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
___ there pictures on the wall?
How many tables ___ there in the room?
___ there any dresses on the armchair?
What ___ there in the glass?
___ there a computer in the room?
How many cars ___ there in his garage?
___ there windows in the hall?
What ___ there in the cup?
How many apple trees ___ there in your Granny’s garden?
CONSTRUCTION “THERE IS (ARE)” 247
13. Fill in “is” or “are”, then ask questions
with the words in brackets.
Example:
There ___ three pencils in the box. (How many)
How many pencils are there in the box?
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
There ___ many flowers in the field. (What)
There ___ two beds in the room. (How many)
There ___ a box of sweets on the table. (What)
There ___ fifty stars on the flag. (How many)
There ___ a cat and ten kittens in the box. (What)
There ___ six dresses and a suit in the wardrobe. (How
many)
7. There ___ an Italian textbook on the desk. (What)
8. There ___ a watch and a handbag on the chair. (What)
9. There ___ five pens in the pencil case. (What)
14. Fill in “is” or “are”, then ask question
with word in brackets.
1.
2.
3.
4.
There ___ four chairs around the table. (How many)
There ___ one room in their flat. (How many)
There ___ a piano near the wall. (What)
There ___ fifteen French books on the shelf. (How
many)
5. There ___ a big balcony in his flat. (What)
6. There ___ a sideboard on the left of the door. (What)
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7. There ___ two armchairs near the balcony door. (How
many)
8. There ___ gas in her flat. (Is there)
9. There ___ a big square table in the centre of the room.
(What)
15. Fill in “is” or “are”, then ask question
with word in brackets.
1. There ___ two kilos of meat in the fridge. (How many)
2. There ___ a little cup of coffee on the table in the living
room. (What)
3. There ___ three cakes on the dish. (How many)
4. There ___ one carrot on the plate. (What)
5. There ___ five pieces of bread on the plate. (How many)
6. There ___ a packet of tea and a loaf of bread on the table
in the kitchen. (What)
7. There ___ a carton of milk in the fridge. (What)
8. There ___ four forks and spoons on the table. (How
many)
9. There ___ a dish on the table. (What)
16. Make up sentences from the words.
1. five, there, in the park, are, children.
2. on the, there, a cat, sofa, is.
CONSTRUCTION “THERE IS (ARE)” 249
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
little, balls, there, three, are, floor, on the.
in the, two, there, apple trees, yard, are.
big, in the, a dog, there, hall, is.
four, there, birds, in the, are, tree.
in the, there, a lot of flowers, field, are.
pears, there, ten, in the, are, tree.
a cake, in the, there, picture, is.
17. Make up sentences from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
three, on the, there, table, potatoes, are.
aren’t, pupils, there, classroom, in the.
a lemon, on the, there, plate, is.
in the, aren’t, street, cars, there.
one bottle of, there, in the, Coca-Cola, is, fridge.
schoolbag, is, a pencil case, there, in the.
that, women, there, two, car, in, are.
a, kitten, there, nice, chair, on the.
a, rose, in the, beautiful, there, vase, is.
18. Make up sentences from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
table, the, on, three, are, letters, there.
car, there, a policeman, is, in the.
bottles, two, there, of milk, are, fridge, in the.
nice, there, in the, armchairs, three, are, room.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
new, a coat, there, in the, is, wardrobe.
a, tape recorder, there, that, modern, is, in, car.
in the, two, there, bicycles, are, yard.
a, sandwich, on the, there, big, is, plate.
in the, there, dry, is, book, a, flower.
19. Make up questions from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
on the table, cups of coffee, there, how many, are?
is, what, on the, there, chair?
a bottle, is, there, in the, of milk, fridge?
that, a man, is, car, there, in?
five, there, pencils, grey, are, pencil case, in the?
monkeys, how many, in the, there, cage, are?
yellow, are, in the, there, ducklings, pond?
in, there, your, what, is, pocket?
20. Make up questions from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
plates, in the, how many, are, sink, there?
in the, what, there, pool, is?
two, on the, there, are, hamburgers, dish?
an umbrella, is, on the, there, table?
birds, there, in the, how many, are, cage?
a chair, at the, is, table, there?
baskets, in the, how many, there, are, hall?
CONSTRUCTION “THERE IS (ARE)” 251
8. a, car, garage, there, black, in the, is?
9. there, in, June, days, how many, are?
21. Make up questions from the words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
tomatoes, there, five, on the, are, dish?
a, hat, there, white, on the, is, shelf?
in the, children, there, park, are, how many?
tree, what, there, in the, is?
near, there, TV set, the, is, an armchair?
kittens, how many, in the, there, basket, are?
summer months, there in, how many, are, Russia?
on the, what, there, is, table?
women, are, in the, how many, there, picture?
VOCABULARY
A
abroad [A'brD:d] за границей, за
границу
accordion [A'kD:djAn] аккордеон
across [A'krDs] через, сквозь,
поперёк
actor ['BktA] актёр
actress ['BktrIs] актриса
afraid [A'freId] напуганный;
to be afraid of бояться
(кого-либо, чего-либо)
afternoon ['C:ftA'nu:n] послеполуденное время
again [A'Men] опять, снова
ago [A'MAu] тому назад; long
ago давно
alone [A'lAun] один
along [A'lDN] вдоль, по
always ['D:lweIz] всегда
a.m. ['eI'em] (лат. ante
meridiem) до полудня
angry ['BNMrI] сердитый
animal ['BnImAl] животное
another [A'nEGA] другой
answer ['C:nsA] ответ; отвечать
ant [Bnt] муравей
antler ['BntlA] олений рог
apple [Bpl] яблоко
around [A'raund] вокруг, кругом
arrive [A'raIv] прибывать
ask [C:sk] спрашивать
asleep [A'sli:p] спящий; to be
asleep спать; to fall asleep
заснуть
aunt [C:nt] тётя
B
baby ['beIbI] ребёнок, дитя
bacon ['beIkAn] бекон
bad [bBd] плохой
badge [bBdZ] значок
bad [bBM] мешок, сумка
ball [bD:l] шар, мяч
ballet ['bBleI] балет
balloon [bA'lu:n] воздушный
шар
banana [bA'nC:nA] банан
basket ['bC:skIt] корзина
basketball ['bC:skItbD:l] баскетбол
bat [bBt] летучая мышь
bath [bC:F] ванна
bathe [beIG] купаться
bathroom ['bC:Frum] ванная
комната
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beak [bi:k] клюв
beach [bi:tS] пляж
bear [bLA] медведь
bedroom ['bedrum] спальня
bee [bi:] пчела
beef [bi:f] говядина
beer [bIA] пиво
begin [bI'MIn] (began; begun)
начинаться
bench [bentS] скамейка
best [best] наилучший, лучше
всего
between [bI'twi:n] между
bicycle ['baIsIkl] велосипед
big [bIM] большой
biology [baI'DlAdZI] биология
bird [bA:d] птица
biscuit ['bIskIt] печенье
blow [blAu] цветение; цвести
box [bDks] ящик, коробка
breathing ['bri:GIN] дыхание
bright [braIt] яркий
bring [brIN] приносить
burst [bA:st] взрыв; лопаться
busy ['bIzI] занятой; to be busy
быть занятым
buy [baI] покупать
C
cabbage ['kBbIdZ] капуста
cage [keIdZ] клетка
cake [keIk] торт, пирожное
camel ['kBmAl] верблюд
camera ['kBmArA] фотоаппарат
candle [kBndl] свеча
cap [kBp] шапка
capital ['kBpItl] столица
care [kLA] забота; take care of
заботиться (о ком-либо,
о чём-либо)
carpet ['kC:pIt] ковёр
carrot ['kBrAt] морковь
cartoon [kC:'tu:n] мультфильм
cat [kBt] кот, кошка
catch [kBtS] ловить
celebrate ['selIbreIt] праздновать
centre ['sentA] центр
charm [tSa:m] обаяние, очарование
cheese [tSi:z] сыр
cherry ['tSerI] вишня, черешня
chess [tSes] шахматы
chicken ['tSIkIn] цыплёнок
child [tSaIld] ребёнок
church [tSA:tS] церковь
circus ['sA:kAs] цирк
city ['sIty] город (большой)
clean [kli:n] чистый; чистить
clothes [klAuGz] одежда
club [klEb] клуб
cock [kDk] петух
coffee ['kDfI] кофе
comfortable ['kEmfAtAbl] удобный
cook [kuk] повар; готовить пищу
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cool [ku:l] прохладный
copy ['kDpI] копия; to copy out
переписывать
corner ['kD:nA] угол
correct [kA'rekt] правильный;
исправлять
country ['kEntrI] страна; деревня
cousin [kEzn] двоюродный
брат, двоюродная сестра
cow [kau] корова
cross [krDs] крест; пересекать,
переходить
cry [kraI] кричать, плакать
cut [kEt] порез; стричь
D
dance [dC:ns] танец; танцевать
dark [dC:k] тёмный
daughter ['dD:tA] дочь
decorate ['dekAreIt] украшать
depend on [dI'pend] зависеть
(от)
desk [desk] парта
dig [dIg] копать
dining room ['daInIN rum] столовая
dinner ['dInA] обед
dirty ['dA:tI] грязный
discuss [dIs'kEs] обсуждать
dish [dIS] блюдо
do [du:] (did; done) делать
doctor ['dDktA] врач
dog [dDM] собака
doll [dDl] кукла
donkey ['dDNkI] осёл
door [dD:] дверь
draw [drD:] (drew; drawn) рисовать
drink [drINk] (drank; drunk)
пить
drive [draIv] (drove; driven)
управлять (машиной)
E
each [i:tS] каждый; each other
друг друга
eagle [i:Ml] орёл
eat [i:t] (ate; eaten) есть, кушать
egg [eM] яйцо
elder ['eldA] старший
elephant ['elIfAnt] слон
engineer [endZI'nIA] инженер
exercise ['eksAsaIz] упражнение
expensive [Iks'pensIv] дорогой
(о цене)
eye [aI] глаз
F
face [feIs] лицо
factory ['fBktArI] фабрика, завод
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fairy tale ['fLArI teIl]
(волшебная) сказка
family ['fBmIlI] семья
famous ['feImAs] знаменитый
fashionable ['fBSnAbl] модный
father [fC:GA] отец
favourite ['feIvArIt] любимый
fifteen ['fIf'ti:n] пятнадцать; ~th
[-F] пятнадцатый
fifth [fIfF] пятый
fiftieth ['fIftIIF] пятидесятый
fifty ['fIftI] пятьдесят
fight [faIt] (fought; fought) сражаться, бороться
film [fIlm] фильм
fire [faIA] огонь
first [fA:st] первый
fish [fIS] рыба
fisherman ['fISAmAn] рыбак
flat [flBt] квартира
floor [flD:] пол
flute [flu:t] флейта
fly [flaI] (flew; flown) полёт,
муха; летать
forty ['fD:tI] сорок
four [fD:] четыре; ~teen ['fD:'ti:n]
четырнадцать
fox [fDks] лисица
French [frentS] французский
fresh [freS] свежий
friend [frend] друг
fun [fEn] шутка, забава
G
garden [MC:dn] сад
gardener ['MC:dnA] садовник
geography [dZI'DMrAfI] география
German ['dZA:mAn] немецкий
Germany ['dZA:mAnI] Германия
girl [MA:l] девочка, девушка
glass [MlC:s] стакан, очки
go [MAu] (went; gone) ходить,
ездить
good [Mud] хороший
grandfather ['MrBn,fC:GA] дедушка
grandmother ['MrBn,mEGA]
бабушка
grandson ['MrBnsEn] внук
grass [MrC:s] трава
grasshopper ['MrC:s,hDpA] кузнечик
Great Britain ['MreIt 'brItAn]
Великобритания
Greece [Mri:s] Греция
Greek [Mri:k] греческий; грек
green [Mri:n] зелёный
H
hat [hBt] шляпа
have [hBv] (had; had) иметь
hedgehog ['hedZhDM] ёж
helicopter ['helIkDptA] вертолёт
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
help [help] помогать
hen [hen] курица
history ['hIstArI] история
hockey ['hDkI] хоккей
holiday ['hDlIdI] праздник
Holland ['hDlAnd] Голландия
home [hAum] дом
hospitable ['hDspItAbl] гостеприимный
hospital ['hDspItl] больница
hotel [hAu'tel] гостиница
house [haus] дом
housewife ['hauswaIf] домохозяйка
Hungary ['hENMArI] Венгрия
I
I [aI] я
ice [aIs] лёд
idea [aI'dIA] идея
ill [Il] больной
important [Im'pD:tAnt] важный,
значительный
ink [INk] чернила
interested ['IntrIstId] заинтересованный
insect ['Insekt] насекомое
invite [In'vaIt] приглашать
island ['aIlAnd] остров
Italian [I'tBljAn] итальянский
Italy ['ItAlI] Италия
J
jacket ['dZBkIt] куртка
jar [dZa:] банка
jam [dZBm] варенье
Japan [dZA'pBn] Япония
Japanese [,dZBpA'ni:z] японский; японец
job [dZDb] работа
jug [dZEM] кувшин
juice [dZu:s] сок
jump [dZEmp] прыжок; прыгать
jumper ['dZEmpA] джемпер
K
key [ki:] ключ
kind [kaInd] добрый
kitchen ['kItSIn] кухня; kitchen
garden огород
kitten [kItn] котёнок
knife [naIf] нож
knit [nIt] вязать
know [nAu] (knew; known)
знать, быть знакомым, узнавать
L
lake [leIk] озеро
lamp [lBmp] лампа
large [lC:dZ] большой
laugh [lC:f] смеяться
VOCABULARY 257
lazy ['leIzI] ленивый
leaf [li:f] лист (листва; страница)
learn ['lA:n] (learnt; learned)
учить, учиться
leg [leM] нога
lemon ['lemAn] лимон
lesson [lesn] урок
letter ['letA] письмо
library ['laIbrArI] библиотека
like [laIk] любить
lion ['laIAn] лев
listen [lIsn] слушать
literature ['lItrItSA] литература
little [lItl] маленький; мало
live [li:v] жить
loaf [lAuf] буханка
London ['lEndAn] Лондон
long [lDN] длинный
look [luk] смотреть; to look for
искать; to look through
[luk Fru:]
просматривать
M
magazine [,mBgA'zi:n] журнал
make [meIk] (made; made)
делать
man [mBn] человек, мужчина
men [mLn] мужчины
market ['mC:kIt] рынок
meat [mi:t] мясо
modern ['mDdAn] современный
monkey ['mENkI] обезьяна
month [mEnF] месяц
mother ['mEGA] мать
mouse [maus] мышь
mouth [mauF] рот
museum [mju:'zIAm] музей
mushroom ['mESrum] гриб
N
name [neIm] имя
near [nIA] близко, около
neck [nek] шея
nephew ['nevju:] племянник
nest [nest] гнездо
new [nju:] новый
newspaper ['nju:s,peIpA] газета
nice [naIs] хороший, симпатичный
niece [ni:s] племянница
nine [naIn] девять; ~teen
['naIn'ti:n] девятнадцать
nose [nAuz] нос
now [nau] теперь
nut [nEt] орех
O
often [Dfn] часто
old [Auld] старый
opera ['DpArA] опера
orange ['DrIndZ] апельсин
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
P
paint [peInt] краска; красить
pancake ['pBnkeIk] блин
parents ['pLArAnts] родители
Paris ['pBrIs] Париж
park [pC:k] парк
parrot ['pBrAt] попугай
party ['pC:tI] вечеринка
paw [pD:] лапа
pear [pLA] груша
people [pi:pl] народ, люди
phone [fAun] телефон; звонить
physics ['fIzIks] физика
piano [pI'BnAu] пианино
pick [pIk] рвать, собирать
(цветы, фрукты)
picture ['pIktSA] картина, иллюстрация
pie [paI] пирог
piece [pi:s] кусок
pig [pIM] свинья
pity ['pItI] жалость; жалеть
plate [pleIt] тарелка
play [pleI] игра; играть
pocket ['pDkIt] карман
pond [pDnd] пруд
prepare [prI'pLA]
приготавливать(ся)
pupil [pju:pl] ученик
puppy ['pEpI] щенок
Q
question [kwestSn] вопрос; задавать вопрос
R
rabbit ['rBbIt] кролик
radio ['reIdIAu] радио
rat [rBt] крыса
read [ri:d] (read [red]; read [red])
читать
red [red] красный
repair [rI'pLA] ремонт, ремонтировать
roast [rAust] жаркое, жарить
rubber ['rEbA] стирательная
резинка, ластик
ruler ['ru:lA] линейка
run [rEn] (ran; run) бегать
S
sea [si:] море
seaside ['si:'saId] морской берег
see [si:] (saw; seen) видеть
season [si:zn] время года
seldom ['seldAm] редко
send [send] (sent; sent) посылать
seven [sevn] семь; seventeen
['sevn'ti:n] семнадцать;
seventy ['sevntI] семьдесят
sew [sAu] (sewed; sewn) шить
shelf [Self] полка
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ship [SIp] корабль
shirt [SA:t] мужская рубашка
shoe [Su:] ботинок, туфля
shoot [Su:t] росток, побег; распускаться
shop [SDp] магазин
short [SD:t] короткий
shower ['SauA] ливень, душ
sideboard ['saIdbD:d] буфет
silly ['sIlI] глупый
sing [sIN] (sang; sung) петь
singer ['sINA] певец, певица
sister ['sIstA] сестра
six [sIks] шесть; ~teen ['sIks'ti:n]
шестнадцать; ~ty ['sIkstI]
шестьдесят
skate [skeIt] кататься на коньках
skating rink ['skeItIN rINk] каток
ski [ski:] ходить на лыжах
skirt [skA:t] юбка
sleep [sli:p] (slept; slept) спать
small [smD:l] маленький
smoke [smAuk] дым
snake [sneIk] змея
snow [snAu] снег
sofa ['sAufA] диван
son [sEn] сын
Spain [speIn] Испания
Spanish ['spBnIS] испанский
speak [spi:k] (spoke; spoken)
говорить
square [skwLA] площадь
star [stC:] звезда
stick [stIk] полка
street [stri:t] улица
sun [sEn] солнце
sweep [swi:p] подметать
sweet tooth [swi:t tu:F] сладкоежка
T
table [teIbl] стол
tail [teIl] хвост
tape recorder ['teIp rI,kD:dA]
магнитофон
tasty ['teIstI] вкусный
ten [ten] десять
tennis ['tenIs] теннис
text [tekst] текст; textbook
['tekstbuk] учебник
theatre ['FIAtA] театр
thirsty ['FA:stI] томимый жаждой
three [Fri:] три
tree [tri:] дерево
twins [twIns] близнецы
twitter ['twItA] щебет; щебетать
two [tu:] два
type [taIp] тип; печатать (набирать текст)
U
uncle [ENkl] дядя
under ['EndA] под
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ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
V
vase [vC:z] ваза
very ['verI] очень
W
wake [weIk] (woke; waked) будить, пробуждаться
walk [wD:k] прогулка; to go
for a walk идти гулять
wall [wD:l] стена
warm [wD:m] тёплый
watch [wDtS] часы
water ['wD:tA] вода
weather ['weGA] погода
week [wi:k] неделя
what [wDt] что, какой
when [wen] когда
where [wLA] где
which [wItS] который, какой;
which of you? кто из вас?
white [waIt] белый
who [hu:] кто
whom [hu:m] кого, кому
whose [hu:z] чей
why [waI] почему
wife [waIf] жена
window ['wIndAu] окно
wing [wIN] крыло
wolf [wulf] волк
woman ['wumAn] женщина
women ['wImIn] женщины
work [wA:k] работа; работать
write [raIt] (wrote; written)
писать
Y
yard [jC:d] двор
year [jA:] год
yellow ['jelAu] жёлтый
yesterday ['jestAdI] вчера
Z
zoo [zu:] зоопарк
CONTENTS
YOUR VOCABULARY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
INDEFINITE ARTICLE (A, AN) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
PLURAL OF NOUNS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
THE VERB “CAN”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
POSSESSIVE CASE OF NOUNS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
THE VERB “TO BE” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
THE VERB “TO HAVE” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83
PRESENT SIMPLE (INDEFINITE) TENSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE (CONTINUOUS) TENSE . . . . . . . . . . . .188
CONSTRUCTION “THERE IS (ARE)”. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .240
VOCABULARY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .252
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ГРАММАТИКА АНГЛИЙСКОГО ЯЗЫКА
ДЛЯ ШКОЛЬНИКОВ
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR PUPILS
Книга I
Технический редактор А. Б. Иванов
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МОИ ПЕРВЫЕ ТЕМЫ
ПО АНГЛИЙСКОМУ ЯЗЫКУ
Пособие представляет собой сборник тем для
учащихся средних школ. В сборнике рассматриваются такие темы, как “My Family and I”, “Daily Life”,
“My Friend”, “School Life”, “Favourite Animals”, “Hobbies”,
“Seasons”, “Travelling”, “Moscow”, “St. Petersburg”,
“London” и др.
Тексты-рассказы, письма, написанные от лица
российских и англоговорящих школьников, диалоги позволяют учащимся запомнить новые слова
и выражения, подготовиться к устному ответу и
написанию сочинения.
С помощью упражнений к текстам и диалогам
школьники закрепляют пройденный материал и
учатся подробно отвечать на вопросы. Новые слова
даны в словарике в каждой теме.
Все тексты и диалоги записаны на компакт-диск.
Учителя могут использовать их в качестве заданий
на аудирование. Регулярное прослушивание аудиозаписи помогает детям совершенствовать произношение и учиться понимать живую английскую речь
на слух.
Английский язык
Гацкевич М. А.
НАЧИНАЕМ ГОВОРИТЬ
ПО-АНГЛИЙСКИ
Начинать какое-то новое дело — всегда трудно, но
в то же время занимательно и интересно, особенно в младшем школьном возрасте. Автор пособия
Марина Анатольевна Гацкевич предлагает ребятам
сделать первые шаги в активном освоении английского языка.
Книга позволяет школьникам не только научиться
понимать и переводить тексты на иностранном языке, но, что самое главное, самостоятельно строить
диалоги и рассказы по предложенной теме. В этом
им помогают дополнительные вопросы и творческие
задания, предложенные автором. Чтобы лексический материал усваивался лучше, в каждой теме
приводится словарик.
Пособие адресовано учащимся начальной школы.
Английский язык
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