If you can do this test go on to unit 1
A Write these sentence again, Begin each sentence with He.
1. I am busy. ~~He is busy.
2. I am learning English. ~~He is learning English.
3. I have a new book. ~~He has a new book.
4. I live in the country. ~~He lives in the country.
5. I shall see you tomorrow. ~~He will see you tomorrow.
6. I can understand you. ~~He can understand you.
7. I must write a letter. ~~He must write a letter.
8. I may come next week. ~~He may come next week.
9. I do a lot of work every day. ~~He does a lot of work every day.
10. I did a lot of work yesterday. ~~He did a lot of work yesterday.
11. I played football yesterday. ~~He played football yesterday.
12. I bought a new coat last week ~~He bought a new coat last week.
13. I have had a letter form Tom ~~He has had a new coat last week.
14. I was busy this morning. ~~He was busy this morning.
15. I could play football very well when I was younger. ~~He could play football very well when I was younger.
16. I always try to get up early. ~~He always tries to get up early.
17. I might see you next week. ~~He might see you next week.
18. I always enjoy a good film. ~~He always enjoys a good film.
19. I had finished my work before you came. ~~He had finished his work before you came.
20. I watch television every night. ~~He watches television every night.
B Write these sentences again. Put in a, some or any.
1.There are some books on the desk.
2.I drank a glass of beer.
3.Do you want any butter?
4.There aren't any people in the street.
5.Tom has just bought a new car.
6.We have some apple trees in our garden.
7.Can I have a bar of chocolate, please?
8.There isn't any bread in that tin.
9.Is there any ink in that bottle?
10.Are there any eggs in that basket?
C Do these in the same way:
1. I haven't any butter. ~~I haven't got much butter.
2. You haven't any cigarettes. ~~You haven't got many cigarettes.
3. We haven't any milk. ~~We haven't got much milk.
4. She hasn't any biscuits. ~~She hasn't got many biscuits.
5. They haven't any stationery. ~~They haven't got much stationery.
D Do these in the same way:
1. He busy a new car every year. ~~He bought a new car last year.
2. She airs the room every day. ~~She aired it this morning.
3. He often loses his pen. ~~He lost his pen this morning.
4. He always listens to the news. ~~He listened to the news yesterday.
5. She empties this basket every day. ~~She emptied it yesterday.
E Do these in the same way:
1. He bought a new car. ~~Did he buy a new car? What did he by? He didn't buy a new car.
2. She can come tomorrow. ~~Can she come tomorrow? When can she come? She can't come tomorrow.
3. They were here yesterday. ~~Were they here yesterday? When were they here? They weren't here yesterday.
4. He must leave early. ~~Must he leave early? Why must he leave early? He mustn't leave early.
5. He gave you a pen. ~~Did he give you a pen? What did he give you? He didn't give you a pen.
6. He lives next door. ~~Does he live next door? Where does he live? He doesn't live next door.
7. You know him well. ~~Do you know him well? How well do you know? You don't know him well.
8. He has found his pen. ~~Has he found his pen? What has he found?He hasn't found his pen.
9. You saw that film. ~~Did you see that film? When did you see? You didn't see that film.
10. He arrived at two o'clock. ~~Did he arrive at two o'clock? When did he arrive? He didn't arrive at two o'clock.
F Do these in the same way:
1. He read the phrase slowly.
2. He worked lazily.
3. He cut himself badly.
4. He worked carefully.
5. The door opened suddenly.
G write these sentences again. Use short forms.
1. He'll arrive tomorrow morning.
2. She'll come this evening.
3. I 'll see you the day after tomorrow.
4. He won't believe me.
5. We shan't remain here.
H Do these in the same way:
1. These things belong to my husband. They are his.
2. This coat belongs to me. It is mine.
3. These shoes belong to my wife. They are hers.
4. These pens belong to Tom and Betty, The pens are theirs.
5. This suitcase belongs to you. It is yours.
I Do these in the same way:
1.It is cool today, but it was cooler yesterday.
2.It is wet today, but it was wetter yesterday.
3.He's late again today, but he was later yesterday.
4.This test is easy, but that one is easier.
5.This book is expensive ,but that one is more expensive.
6.This bookcase is large, but that one is larger.
7.That film was interesting, but the other one was more interesting.
8.Betty is pretty, but Jane is prettier.
9.Miss Green is beautiful, But Miss White is more beautiful.
10.Tom is intelligent, but Bill is more intelligent.
J Put in the right word or phrase:yesterday, last night, tomorrow etc.
1. I saw him yesterday.
2. I shall see him tomorrow.
3. I shall see him later.
4. I shall see him this afternoon.
5. I shall see him the day after tomorrow.
6. I saw him the day before yesterday.
7. I saw him last night.
8. I shall see him tomorrow morning.
9. I shall see him this morning.
10. I saw him yesterday afternoon.
K Put in at, in or on.
1.he is going to telephone at five o'clock.
2.My birthday is on may 21st.
3.It is always cold in February.
4.My father was there in 1984.
5.He is going to arrive on Tuesday.
L Put in across, over, between, off, along, in, on, into, out of or under.
1. The aeroplane is flying over the village.
2. The ship si going under the bridge.
3. The boy is swimming across the wall.
4. Tom cats are running along the wall.
5. My books are on the shelf.
6. The bottle of milk is in the refrigerator.
7. The boy is jumping off the branch.
8. Mary is sitting between her mother and her father.
9. It is 9 o\clock. The children are going into class.
10. It is 4 o'clock. The children are coming out of class.
M Put in Who or Which:
1.Which had did you buy?
2.Who broke this plate?
3.Which bus did you catch?
4.Who is knocking at the door?
5.Which of the two books do you want?
N Join these sentences in the same way. Use who, whom or which.
1. This is the car. The mechanic repaired it yesterday. ~~This is the car which the mechanic repaired it yesterday.
2. He is the man. I invited him to the party. ~~He is the man whom I invited to the party.
3. These are the things, I bought them yesterday. ~~There are the things which I bought yesterday.
4. He is the man, He came here last week. ~~He is the man who came her last week.
5. He is the policeman. He caught the thieves. ~~He is the policeman who caught the thieves.
6. She is the nurse, She looked after me. ~~She is the nurse who looked after me.
7. She is the woman. I met her yesterday. ~~She is the woman whom I met yesterday.
8. I am the person. I wrote to you. ~~I am the person who wrote to you.
9. They are the people, I saw them yesterday. ~~They are the people whom I saw yesterday.
10. They are the tress, We cut them down yesterday. ~~They are the trees which we cut yesterday.
O Do these in the same way:
1. I can see some spoons, but I can't see any knives.
2. I can see some hammers, but I can't see any boxes.
3. I can see some cupboards, but I can't see any shelves.
4. I can see Mr, Jones and Mr, Brown, but I can't see their wives.
5. I can see some cups, but I can't see any dishes.
P Read this story carefully:
Last week, I took my four-year-old daughter, Sally, to a children's party, We travelled by train, Sally has never travelled by train before. She sat near the window and asked a lot of questions, Suddenly, a middle-aged lady came into our compartment and sat opposite Sally. "Hello, little girl, "she said, Sally did not answer, but looked at her curiously, The lady took out her powder compact, She then began to make up her face.
"Why are you doing that? " Sally asked.
"To make myself beautiful, "the lady answered, she put away her compact and smiled kindly.
"But you are still ugly," Sally said.
Now write answers to these questions:
1. Did you take Sally to the park? ~~No, I didn't I took her to the park.
2. Did you take Sally to a children's party? ~~Yes, I did.
3. Where did Sally sit? ~~Sally sat near the window.
4. Who came into your compartment? ~~A middle-aged lady(came into our compartment).
5. Was the lady our or was she middle-aged? ~~She was middle-aged.
6. Where did the lady sit? ~~She sat opposite Sally.
7. Did she say"Hello"To sally, or did Sally say "hello"to her? ~~She said "Hello" To Sally.
8. Why did the lady make up her face. ~~To make herself beautiful. /She did it to make herself beautiful.
9. Did Sally think the laty was beautiful? ~~No, she didn't She thought she was ugly.
10. What did Sally say to the lady? ~~She said that the woman was still ugly.