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1 ENGLESKI JEZIK III STEPEN 28. ČAS

2 MOCK TEST 2 I Put the verb in brackets in the correct form. I Put the verb in brackets in the correct form. Every Monday, Sally _____________ (drive) her kids to football practice. Every Monday, Sally _____________ (drive) her kids to football practice. Jim: ______________ (you, want) to come over for dinner tonight? Jim: ______________ (you, want) to come over for dinner tonight? Denise: Oh, I'm sorry, I can't. I _______________ (go) to a movie tonight with some friends. Denise: Oh, I'm sorry, I can't. I _______________ (go) to a movie tonight with some friends. Right now, Sarah ________________ (write) an to her boyfriend. Right now, Sarah ________________ (write) an to her boyfriend. Justin ______________ (write, currently) a book about his adventures in Tibet. I hope he can find a good publisher when he is finished. Justin ______________ (write, currently) a book about his adventures in Tibet. I hope he can find a good publisher when he is finished. By the time we _____________ (get) to the train station, the train ______________ (leave, already). By the time we _____________ (get) to the train station, the train ______________ (leave, already). Last week, I _____________ (run) into an ex-girlfriend of mine. We______________ (see, not) each other for years. Last week, I _____________ (run) into an ex-girlfriend of mine. We______________ (see, not) each other for years. They _______________ (sell) the tickets for the latest film two days ago. They _______________ (sell) the tickets for the latest film two days ago. I don’t mind __________________ (wait) in the queue. I don’t mind __________________ (wait) in the queue. My mother made me __________________ (wash) the dishes. My mother made me __________________ (wash) the dishes.

3 KEY I Put the verb in brackets in the correct form. I Put the verb in brackets in the correct form. Every Monday, Sally DRIVES (drive) her kids to football practice. Every Monday, Sally DRIVES (drive) her kids to football practice. Jim: DO YOU WANT (you, want) to come over for dinner tonight? Jim: DO YOU WANT (you, want) to come over for dinner tonight? Denise: Oh, I'm sorry, I can't. I AM GOING (go) to a movie tonight with some friends. Denise: Oh, I'm sorry, I can't. I AM GOING (go) to a movie tonight with some friends. Right now, Sarah IS WRITING (write) an to her boyfriend. Right now, Sarah IS WRITING (write) an to her boyfriend. Justin IS CURRENTLY WRITING (write, currently) a book about his adventures in Tibet. I hope he can find a good publisher when he is finished. Justin IS CURRENTLY WRITING (write, currently) a book about his adventures in Tibet. I hope he can find a good publisher when he is finished. By the time we GOT (get) to the train station, the train HAD LEFT (leave, already). By the time we GOT (get) to the train station, the train HAD LEFT (leave, already). Last week, I RAN (run) into an ex-girlfriend of mine. We HADN’T SEEN (see, not) each other for years. Last week, I RAN (run) into an ex-girlfriend of mine. We HADN’T SEEN (see, not) each other for years. They SOLD (sell) the tickets for the latest film two days ago. They SOLD (sell) the tickets for the latest film two days ago. I don’t mind WAITING (wait) in the queue. I don’t mind WAITING (wait) in the queue. My mother made me WASH (wash) the dishes. My mother made me WASH (wash) the dishes.

4 II Put the verbs in brackets into the appropriate future form (will/shall, going to, Present Simple, Present Continuous). 1. What _______________ you ___________________ (do) tonight? – I _____________________ (go) to Belgrade. 1. What _______________ you ___________________ (do) tonight? – I _____________________ (go) to Belgrade. 2. Look at her eyes! She ___________________ (catch) a cold. 2. Look at her eyes! She ___________________ (catch) a cold. 3. Somebody is ringing on the door. I __________________ (open) it. 3. Somebody is ringing on the door. I __________________ (open) it. 4. I think she _______________ (be) late again. 4. I think she _______________ (be) late again. 5. He ______________ (probably, not come). 5. He ______________ (probably, not come). 6. The game __________________________ (start) at eight o’clock. 6. The game __________________________ (start) at eight o’clock. 7. Look at the black cloud! It ____________________ (rain). 7. Look at the black cloud! It ____________________ (rain). 8. I am fed up with going on foot every day. I ________________ (go) to buy a car. 8. I am fed up with going on foot every day. I ________________ (go) to buy a car.

5 KEY 1. What ARE you DOING/GOING TO DO (do) tonight? – I AM GOING (go) to Belgrade. 1. What ARE you DOING/GOING TO DO (do) tonight? – I AM GOING (go) to Belgrade. 2. Look at her eyes! She IS GOING TO CATCH (catch) a cold. 2. Look at her eyes! She IS GOING TO CATCH (catch) a cold. 3. Somebody is ringing on the door. I SHALL OPEN (open) it. 3. Somebody is ringing on the door. I SHALL OPEN (open) it. 4. I think she WILL BE (be) late again. 4. I think she WILL BE (be) late again. 5. He WON’T COME (probably, not come). 5. He WON’T COME (probably, not come). 6. The game STARTS (start) at eight o’clock. 6. The game STARTS (start) at eight o’clock. 7. Look at the black cloud! It IS GOING TO RAIN (rain). 7. Look at the black cloud! It IS GOING TO RAIN (rain). 8. I am fed up with going on foot every day. I AM GOING (go) to buy a car. 8. I am fed up with going on foot every day. I AM GOING (go) to buy a car.

6 III Put the verbs in brackets into the correct infinitive or the – ing form. Try to avoid ____________ (drive) in the rush hour. Try to avoid ____________ (drive) in the rush hour. He admitted _____________ (have) stolen the car. He admitted _____________ (have) stolen the car. He didn’t know what ________________ (say) at that moment. He didn’t know what ________________ (say) at that moment. They enjoyed ______________ (ski) when they were young. They enjoyed ______________ (ski) when they were young. I tried ______________ (speak) to you but you didn’t listen to me I tried ______________ (speak) to you but you didn’t listen to me 6. It is usually easier _____________ (learn) a subject by listening to lectures. 6. It is usually easier _____________ (learn) a subject by listening to lectures. 7. He decided _____________ (write) an essay to get a better grade. 7. He decided _____________ (write) an essay to get a better grade.

7 KEY Try to avoid DRIVING (drive) in the rush hour. Try to avoid DRIVING (drive) in the rush hour. He admitted HAVING (have) stolen the car. He admitted HAVING (have) stolen the car. He didn’t know what TO SAY (say) at that moment. He didn’t know what TO SAY (say) at that moment. They enjoyed SKIING (ski) when they were young. They enjoyed SKIING (ski) when they were young. I tried TO SPEAK (speak) to you but you didn’t listen to me I tried TO SPEAK (speak) to you but you didn’t listen to me 6. It is usually easier TO LEARN (learn) a subject by listening to lectures. 6. It is usually easier TO LEARN (learn) a subject by listening to lectures. 7. He decided TO WRITE (write) an essay to get a better grade. 7. He decided TO WRITE (write) an essay to get a better grade.

8 IV Fill in the gaps with correct prepositions. 1. My brother was _________ his friend’s house helping her with her homework. 1. My brother was _________ his friend’s house helping her with her homework. 2. I met my fiancé ________ Italy when I was ________ holiday. 2. I met my fiancé ________ Italy when I was ________ holiday. 3. I looked _________ my glasses everywhere, but I couldn’t find them. 3. I looked _________ my glasses everywhere, but I couldn’t find them. 4. She lives __________ the south of Montenegro. 4. She lives __________ the south of Montenegro.

9 KEY 1. My brother was AT/IN his friend’s house helping her with her homework. 1. My brother was AT/IN his friend’s house helping her with her homework. 2. I met my fiancé IN Italy when I was ON holiday. 2. I met my fiancé IN Italy when I was ON holiday. 3. I looked FOR my glasses everywhere, but I couldn’t find them. 3. I looked FOR my glasses everywhere, but I couldn’t find them. 4. She lives IN the south of Montenegro. 4. She lives IN the south of Montenegro.

10 V Complete the sentences with the appropriate form of the given multi-word verbs. look forward to look at look after be up to be away look forward to look at look after be up to be away Nurses ______________ patients in hospital. Nurses ______________ patients in hospital. _____________ that man over there! He is my uncle. _____________ that man over there! He is my uncle. “Where shall we go for lunch? - It _____________ you. You choose.” “Where shall we go for lunch? - It _____________ you. You choose.” “Can I speak to your manager? - Oh, I’m sorry. He _____________ on holiday.” “Can I speak to your manager? - Oh, I’m sorry. He _____________ on holiday.” I _____________ hearing from you soon. I _____________ hearing from you soon.

11 look forward to look at look after be up to be away look forward to look at look after be up to be away Nurses LOOK AFTER patients in hospital. Nurses LOOK AFTER patients in hospital. LOOK AT that man over there! He is my uncle. LOOK AT that man over there! He is my uncle. “Where shall we go for lunch? - It IS UP TO you. You choose.” “Where shall we go for lunch? - It IS UP TO you. You choose.” “Can I speak to your manager? - Oh, I’m sorry. He IS AWAY on holiday.” “Can I speak to your manager? - Oh, I’m sorry. He IS AWAY on holiday.” I LOOK FORWARD/AM LOOKING FORWARD TO hearing from you soon. I LOOK FORWARD/AM LOOKING FORWARD TO hearing from you soon.

12 VI Provide the missing forms derived from the same stem. NounAdjectiveVerbNoun TurkeyTurkishAdviseAdvice SwitzerlandSwissTipTip ForeignerForeignAdmireAdmiration RespectRespectedAcceptAcceptance

13 VIII Match the words with definitions. 1. increase 2. mist 3. lightning 4. recommend 5. arch 1. increase 2. mist 3. lightning 4. recommend 5. arch a cloud of very small drops of water in the air just above the ground, that makes it difficult to see; a cloud of very small drops of water in the air just above the ground, that makes it difficult to see; very fast or sudden; very fast or sudden; to tell sb that sth is good or useful to tell sb that sth is good or useful a curved structure; a curved structure; existing or happening over a large area or among many people; existing or happening over a large area or among many people; to limit the amount of sth that sb is allowed to have, especially because there is not enough of it available to limit the amount of sth that sb is allowed to have, especially because there is not enough of it available the act of an army entering another country by force in order to take control of it the act of an army entering another country by force in order to take control of it to become or to make sth greater in amount, number, value; to become or to make sth greater in amount, number, value; leave; leave; a person who has an important job as a manager of a company or an organization. a person who has an important job as a manager of a company or an organization.

14 1. increase (i) 2. mist (a) 3. lightning (b) 4. recommend (c) 5. arch (d) 1. increase (i) 2. mist (a) 3. lightning (b) 4. recommend (c) 5. arch (d) a cloud of very small drops of water in the air just above the ground, that makes it difficult to see; a cloud of very small drops of water in the air just above the ground, that makes it difficult to see; very fast or sudden; very fast or sudden; to tell sb that sth is good or useful to tell sb that sth is good or useful a curved structure; a curved structure; existing or happening over a large area or among many people; existing or happening over a large area or among many people; to limit the amount of sth that sb is allowed to have, especially because there is not enough of it available to limit the amount of sth that sb is allowed to have, especially because there is not enough of it available the act of an army entering another country by force in order to take control of it the act of an army entering another country by force in order to take control of it to become or to make sth greater in amount, number, value; to become or to make sth greater in amount, number, value; leave; leave; a person who has an important job as a manager of a company or an organization. a person who has an important job as a manager of a company or an organization.

15 MOCK TEST 3 I Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form I Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form By the time I got to the office, the meeting ____________ already ______________ (begin) without me. My boss was furious with me and I ______________ (be) fired. By the time I got to the office, the meeting ____________ already ______________ (begin) without me. My boss was furious with me and I ______________ (be) fired. The doctor __________________ (examine) him when he _________________ (faint) and __________________ (fall) on the floor. The doctor __________________ (examine) him when he _________________ (faint) and __________________ (fall) on the floor. I can’t get into the bathroom in the morning. My sister ______________ always _______________ (have) shower when I am in a hurry. I can’t get into the bathroom in the morning. My sister ______________ always _______________ (have) shower when I am in a hurry. Before we _______________ (get) to the theatre, the play _____________ already _________________. Before we _______________ (get) to the theatre, the play _____________ already _________________. She usually ________________ (wear) skirts, but tonight she is wearing a suit because she is having a business meeting. She usually ________________ (wear) skirts, but tonight she is wearing a suit because she is having a business meeting. I really adore _______________ (visit) foreign countries. I really adore _______________ (visit) foreign countries. I can’t stand ______________ (wait) at the bus station. I can’t stand ______________ (wait) at the bus station. Joe isn’t here. He ___________________ (see) the doctor at the moment. Joe isn’t here. He ___________________ (see) the doctor at the moment. He invited me ____________________ (stay) at his house. He invited me ____________________ (stay) at his house. He’s a very funny person. He always makes me ________________ (laugh). He’s a very funny person. He always makes me ________________ (laugh). 11. The waiter ________________ (drop) the plate while he __________________ (carry) it to the kitchen. 11. The waiter ________________ (drop) the plate while he __________________ (carry) it to the kitchen. I felt awful after lunch. I _______________ (eat) too much. I felt awful after lunch. I _______________ (eat) too much. Peter __________________ (have) a flat in the center of the town. He Peter __________________ (have) a flat in the center of the town. He ________________ (think) of selling it and buying a house in the suburbs these days. ________________ (think) of selling it and buying a house in the suburbs these days. 14. He _________________ (redecorate) his house these days. He _______________ (need) a lot of material. 14. He _________________ (redecorate) his house these days. He _______________ (need) a lot of material.

16 KEY I Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form I Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form By the time I got to the office, the meeting HAD already BEGUN (begin) without me. My boss was furious with me and I WAS (be) fired. By the time I got to the office, the meeting HAD already BEGUN (begin) without me. My boss was furious with me and I WAS (be) fired. The doctor WAS EXAMINING (examine) him when he FAINTED (faint) and FELL (fall) on the floor. The doctor WAS EXAMINING (examine) him when he FAINTED (faint) and FELL (fall) on the floor. I can’t get into the bathroom in the morning. My sister IS always HAVING (have) shower when I am in a hurry. I can’t get into the bathroom in the morning. My sister IS always HAVING (have) shower when I am in a hurry. Before we GOT (get) to the theatre, the play HAD already STARTED Before we GOT (get) to the theatre, the play HAD already STARTED She usually WEARS (wear) skirts, but tonight she is wearing a suit because she is having a business meeting. She usually WEARS (wear) skirts, but tonight she is wearing a suit because she is having a business meeting. I really adore VISITING (visit) foreign countries. I really adore VISITING (visit) foreign countries. I can’t stand WAITING (wait) at the bus station. I can’t stand WAITING (wait) at the bus station. Joe isn’t here. He IS SEEING (see) the doctor at the moment. Joe isn’t here. He IS SEEING (see) the doctor at the moment. He invited me TO STAY (stay) at his house. He invited me TO STAY (stay) at his house. He’s a very funny person. He always makes me LAUGH (laugh). He’s a very funny person. He always makes me LAUGH (laugh). 11. The waiter DROPPED (drop) the plate while he WAS CARRYING (carry) it to the kitchen. 11. The waiter DROPPED (drop) the plate while he WAS CARRYING (carry) it to the kitchen. I felt awful after lunch. I HAD EATEN (eat) too much. I felt awful after lunch. I HAD EATEN (eat) too much. Peter HAS (have) a flat in the center of the town. He IS THINKING (think) of selling it and buying a house in the suburbs these days. Peter HAS (have) a flat in the center of the town. He IS THINKING (think) of selling it and buying a house in the suburbs these days. 14. He IS REDECORATING (redecorate) his house these days. He NEEDS (need) a lot of material. 14. He IS REDECORATING (redecorate) his house these days. He NEEDS (need) a lot of material.

17 II Put the verbs in brackets into the appropriate future form (will, be going to, Present Continuous Tense or Present Simple Tense): Ask John if you have any problems with your homework. I’m sure he ________________ (help) you. Ask John if you have any problems with your homework. I’m sure he ________________ (help) you. Peter and Pat __________________ (come) for a meal tonight. Peter and Pat __________________ (come) for a meal tonight. “Why are you making sandwiches? – Because we _________________ a picnic on the beach. “Why are you making sandwiches? – Because we _________________ a picnic on the beach. “Why are you working so hard?” – Because I _______________ (buy) a new car. “Why are you working so hard?” – Because I _______________ (buy) a new car. “Did you phone Peter about tonight? – No, I ________________ do it now. What’s his number? “Did you phone Peter about tonight? – No, I ________________ do it now. What’s his number? I don’t think he __________________ (call) her, although she is waiting for him. I don’t think he __________________ (call) her, although she is waiting for him. Look at those clouds. It ___________________ (rain). Look at those clouds. It ___________________ (rain). “It’s her birthday next week!” “It’s her birthday next week!” “Really? I ________________ (buy) her a present, then.” “Really? I ________________ (buy) her a present, then.” She ________________ (meet) the headmaster at 6 o’clock tomorrow. She ________________ (meet) the headmaster at 6 o’clock tomorrow. The train ________________ (leave) at 5.30 p.m. The train ________________ (leave) at 5.30 p.m. “Why are you putting your coat on?” “Why are you putting your coat on?” “Because I __________________ (take) some books back to the library.” “Because I __________________ (take) some books back to the library.”

18 Ask John if you have any problems with your homework. I’m sure he WILL HELP (help) you. Ask John if you have any problems with your homework. I’m sure he WILL HELP (help) you. Peter and Pat ARE COMING (come) for a meal tonight. Peter and Pat ARE COMING (come) for a meal tonight. “Why are you making sandwiches? – Because we ARE GOING TO HAVE a picnic on the beach. “Why are you making sandwiches? – Because we ARE GOING TO HAVE a picnic on the beach. “Why are you working so hard?” – Because I AM GOING TO BUY (buy) a new car. “Why are you working so hard?” – Because I AM GOING TO BUY (buy) a new car. “Did you phone Peter about tonight? – No, I SHALL do it now. What’s his number? “Did you phone Peter about tonight? – No, I SHALL do it now. What’s his number? I don’t think he WILL CALL (call) her, although she is waiting for him. I don’t think he WILL CALL (call) her, although she is waiting for him. Look at those clouds. It IS GOING TO RAIN (rain). Look at those clouds. It IS GOING TO RAIN (rain). “It’s her birthday next week!” “It’s her birthday next week!” “Really? I SHALL BUY (buy) her a present, then.” “Really? I SHALL BUY (buy) her a present, then.” She IS MEETING (meet) the headmaster at 6 o’clock tomorrow. She IS MEETING (meet) the headmaster at 6 o’clock tomorrow. The train LEAVES (leave) at 5.30 p.m. The train LEAVES (leave) at 5.30 p.m. “Why are you putting your coat on?” “Why are you putting your coat on?” “Because I AM GOING TO TAKE (take) some books back to the library.” “Because I AM GOING TO TAKE (take) some books back to the library.”

19 III Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form (gerund or infinitive): III Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form (gerund or infinitive): I wish that dog would stop ________________ (bark). It’s driving me mad. I wish that dog would stop ________________ (bark). It’s driving me mad. We were all too afraid to speak. Nobody dared ______________ (say) anything. We were all too afraid to speak. Nobody dared ______________ (say) anything. I enjoy________________ (listen) to music. I enjoy________________ (listen) to music. He had made his decision and refused _________________ (change) his mind. He had made his decision and refused _________________ (change) his mind. She wanted me ________________ (do) the cooking. She wanted me ________________ (do) the cooking. I adore ______________________ (read) good detective stories. I adore ______________________ (read) good detective stories. I managed ____________________ (reach) the top of the hill, after climbing for hours. I managed ____________________ (reach) the top of the hill, after climbing for hours. I refuse ___________________ (buy) you a new CD player, because there’s nothing wrong with the old one! I refuse ___________________ (buy) you a new CD player, because there’s nothing wrong with the old one! I was driving for three hours, and I stopped ________________ (make) a break. I was driving for three hours, and I stopped ________________ (make) a break. My parents let me _____________________ (do) what I wanted when I was young. My parents let me _____________________ (do) what I wanted when I was young.

20 III Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form (gerund or infinitive): III Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form (gerund or infinitive): I wish that dog would stop BARKING (bark). It’s driving me mad. I wish that dog would stop BARKING (bark). It’s driving me mad. We were all too afraid to speak. Nobody dared TO SAY/SAYING (say) anything. We were all too afraid to speak. Nobody dared TO SAY/SAYING (say) anything. I enjoy LISTENING (listen) to music. I enjoy LISTENING (listen) to music. He had made his decision and refused TO CHANGE (change) his mind. He had made his decision and refused TO CHANGE (change) his mind. She wanted me TO DO (do) the cooking. She wanted me TO DO (do) the cooking. I adore READING (read) good detective stories. I adore READING (read) good detective stories. I managed TO REACH (reach) the top of the hill, after climbing for hours. I managed TO REACH (reach) the top of the hill, after climbing for hours. I refuse TO BUY (buy) you a new CD player, because there’s nothing wrong with the old one! I refuse TO BUY (buy) you a new CD player, because there’s nothing wrong with the old one! I was driving for three hours, and I stopped MAKING (make) a break. I was driving for three hours, and I stopped MAKING (make) a break. My parents let me DO (do) what I wanted when I was young. My parents let me DO (do) what I wanted when I was young.

21 IV Put the correct preposition into each gap: IV Put the correct preposition into each gap: We might have a picnic. It depends ________________ the weather. We might have a picnic. It depends ________________ the weather. He accused me _________________ telling lies. He accused me _________________ telling lies. He gets up at seven o’clock ______________ the morning. He gets up at seven o’clock ______________ the morning. There must be someone in. All the lights are _____________. There must be someone in. All the lights are _____________. I learned to drive in 1980 ______________ the age of 17. I learned to drive in 1980 ______________ the age of 17. Our classes start ______________ Monday. Our classes start ______________ Monday.

22 IV Put the correct preposition into each gap: IV Put the correct preposition into each gap: We might have a picnic. It depends ON the weather. We might have a picnic. It depends ON the weather. He accused me OF telling lies. He accused me OF telling lies. He gets up at seven o’clock IN the morning. He gets up at seven o’clock IN the morning. There must be someone in. All the lights are ON There must be someone in. All the lights are ON I learned to drive in 1980 AT the age of 17. I learned to drive in 1980 AT the age of 17. Our classes start ON Monday. Our classes start ON Monday.

23 IV Fill in the missing forms NounAdjectiveVerbNoun ScienceScientificAgreeAgreement DangerDangerousOfferOffer StrengthStrongSuggestSuggestion CloudCloudyArriveArrival

24 V Complete the following sentences with an appropriate form of the phrasal verbs given in the box: work out find out run out of get on with work out find out run out of get on with Did they ___________________ what had happened? Did they ___________________ what had happened? The teacher told the children to ________________ their work. The teacher told the children to ________________ their work. We ________________ sugar. Could you, please, buy some? We ________________ sugar. Could you, please, buy some? 4. The maths exam was really hard. It took me ages to ______________ some of the answers 4. The maths exam was really hard. It took me ages to ______________ some of the answers

25 work out find out run out of get on with work out find out run out of get on with Did they FIND OUT what had happened? Did they FIND OUT what had happened? The teacher told the children to GET ON WITH their work. The teacher told the children to GET ON WITH their work. We RAN OUT OF sugar. Could you, please, buy some? We RAN OUT OF sugar. Could you, please, buy some? 4. The maths exam was really hard. It took me ages to WORK OUT some of the answers 4. The maths exam was really hard. It took me ages to WORK OUT some of the answers

26 VI Match the words with the appropriate definitions 1. confess 2. suppose 3. melt 4. vast 5. compare 6. skyscraper 7. pile8. tower 1. confess 2. suppose 3. melt 4. vast 5. compare 6. skyscraper 7. pile8. tower a) the number of things that have been placed on top of each other 7 a) the number of things that have been placed on top of each other 7 b) to admit, especially formally or to the police that you have done something wrong or illegal 1 b) to admit, especially formally or to the police that you have done something wrong or illegal 1 c) to become or make sth liquid as a result of heating 3 d) a tall narrow building, or part of a building, especially of a church or castle 8 c) to become or make sth liquid as a result of heating 3 d) a tall narrow building, or part of a building, especially of a church or castle 8 e) extremely large in area, size, amount 4 e) extremely large in area, size, amount 4


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