SECOND PARTIAL REVIEW INTENSIVE ONE
PRESENT TENSE AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCES INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES
NEGATIVE SENTENCES I YOU + VERB WE THEY We study English every day HE SHE + VERB + S/ES IT My sister works in a hospital DO YOU VERB…? Do you study English every day? DOES SHE VERB…? Does your dog run in the park? YOU +DON’T + VERB I don’t study English every day. SHE DOESN’T+ VERB My friend doesn’t play soccer.
1) They ___________ hockey at school. (to play)
Put in the verbs in brackets into the gaps. Use Simple Present. Watch the punctuation and form sentences or questions. 1) They ___________ hockey at school. (to play) 2) She _______________ s. (not/to write) 3) ____________you ____________ English? (to speak) 4) My parents ________________ fish. (not/to like) 5) _____________ Anne ____________ any hobbies? (to have) 6) Andy's brother _______________ in an office. (to work) 7) Leroy ________________ very fast. (not/to read) 8) ________Jim and Joe _______ the flowers every week? (to water) 9) _________Yvonne's mother_______ a motorbike. to ride) 10) ___________ Elisabeth __________ cola? (to drink)
Subject pronouns,object pronouns, possessive adjectives
You He She It We They Me Him Her Us Them My Your His Its Our Their
Fill in the blanks with the correct option:
1. (I/My/ Me) mother always cooks for (we, our, us) 2. (He/Him/His) doesn't know (she/her) name. 3. David's sister is very hard working. (She/Her) marks are really brilliant! 4. What do (you/your) eat when you go to a Chinese Restaurant? (I/My/Me) eat pork. I like ! 5. I watch (her/he/ she/ his) programme every afternoon. (She/ Her/ He/ His/ Him) is a really good actress. 6. David is my best friend. (We/ Our/ Us) play with (he/his/him) sister every Saturday. 7. I like the piano very much, but I don't play (it/its). 8. (We/ Our/ Us)daughter takes care of (she/her) baby brother. 9. (I/ Me/My/ He) don't brush (I/me/my) teeth after every meal. 10. (My/Me/ I) uncle and my aunt have got a computer.(It/Its) is old and (they/their/them) need to repair . 11. The teacher is not very happy with (we/us/ our), because (we/us/our) talk all the time and don't listen to (she/her) . 12. Those children are very happy. (They/Their/Them)parents have a new car 13. Are you talking to (I, me/my) ? Sorry, but (I/me/my) don't understand what you're saying. 14. Is this your new house? (I/me/my) like . (It/ Its/ It’s ) very big.
THERE( IS/WAS)/ THERE (ARE/WERE)
SINGULAR PRESENT PLURAL PRESENT THERE IS A BANK AROUND THE CORNER THERE ARE BANKS AROUND THE CORNER IS THERE A VIDEO STORE ON THE LEFT OF THE STREET? ARE THERE VIDEO STORES NEXT TO THE SCHOOL? THERE ISN’T A DRUGSTORE ON THE RIGHT OF MY SCHOOL. THERE AREN’T BOOKSTORES ACROSS FROM THE HARDWARE STORE. SINGULAR IN PAST PLURAL IN PAST THERE WAS A NICE RESTAURANT IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD BUT IT CLOSED. THERE WERE TWO MALLS IN VERACRUZ TEN YEARS AGO. WAS THERE A GYM BETWEEN THE POLICE STATION AND THE CONVENIENCE STORE LAST MONTH? WERE THERE MANY PEOPLE IN THE MOVIES YESTERDAY? THERE WASN’T A ROOM AVAILABLE IN THE HOTEL. THERE WEREN’T MANY ANIMALS IN THE ZOO LAST YEAR.
COMPLETE THIS CONVERSATION
A: Hi John! __________ a restaurant nearby? B: Yes, ________________ two good restaurants down the Street. A: Excellent. I’m hungry. But before I need to buy some medicine. ___________________ a drugstore around here? B: Yes. _____________________ one next to the Italian restaurant. A: Perfect! I’ll see you in the Italian restaurant after I go to the drugstore. B: We can go together. ______________ many people around, so we won’t have problems getting a table.
Vocabulary Offer Learn Goal Reach Become Nickname Last name Confidence
Leave Loyal Collector Experts Guests Sentimental Condition Favorite Items Worth Value Bought Hometown Next to Above Between On Behind On the left of On the right of Around the corner from Across from Join Find Employees Mail Delivery Free Available Benefits Quick Keep As long as Get
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