Noun 1 Group these nouns into countable and uncountable




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10 Read the following in the past simple: a) positive b) negative.

1. I break a cup.

2. It begins to rain.

3. We like oranges.

4. She swims in the sea.

5. He teaches English.

6. I know his name.

7. They have a car.

8. We drink coffee every day.

9. She tells us an interesting story.

10. He does his work well.

11. I try to be very useful.

12. I say "No".

13. They eat their lunch quickly.

14. He wants milk for breakfast.

15. They write letters on Sundays.

11 Read the following: a) as a question b) as a negative question.

1. Jack went to the shop.

2. He bought some eggs.

3. He paid for them.

4. He put them into the bag.

5. He lost the bag.

6. He lost it in the town.

7. Mr Brown rang the bell.

8. A young woman opened the door.

9. He looked at the pictures on the wall.

10. He read a newspaper.

11. She led him into another room.

12. Mr Smith greeted him.

13. Mr Brown sat down in an armchair. ,

14. Mr Smith stood near him.

15. Mr Brown felt unhappy.

12 Ask for precise information.

MODEL: — J. London wrote his first story in San Francisco. — Pardon (sorry), what did J. London write in San Francisco?

1. W. Shakespeare went to school in Stratford, (who)

2. M. Twain worked as a reporter in Virginia City, (where)

3. The Byrons came from Normandy in 1066. (when)

4. Ch. Dickens bought a nice house in Rochester, (where)

5. There Ch. Dickens wrote his novels "Great Expectations" and "Our Mutual Friend", (what novels)

6. M. Twain spent his pilot days piloting on the Mississippi, (where)

7. In Switzerland G. Byron met P. B. Shelly for the first time. They enjoyed spending their days together on the Lake of Geneva, (who, whom, where)

8. G. Byron studied at Cambridge, (where)

9. J. London published his novel "The Call of the Wild" in the newspaper The Saturday Evening Post, (what newspaper)

10. G. Byron went to Greece to help the Greeks in their struggle against Turkey, (why)

11. Y. Kolas liked to gather mushrooms in the woods in autumn, (who, when)

12. L. Tolstoy spent much money helping the poor, (why)

13. M. Lermontov painted beautiful pictures when he lived in the Caucasus, (who, where)

14. I. Turgenev often went to the forests to hunt, (why)

13 Use the correct past forms in the newspaper reports below.

Report 1.

Ten-year-old Ann Burns (swim) over 40 metres yesterday to rescue her younger brother when he (fall) from a boat in Poole harbour. She (catch) the exhausted boy by the hair and (bring) him safely to the shore. Then, finding that he was unconscious, she (revive) him by giving him the "kiss of life".

Report 2.

During yesterday's severe storms, lightning (strike) an office building in the centre of York. It (start) a fire which (destroy) the upper floor of the building and (cause) $200000 worth damage. It (take) firemen over four hours to put out the fire.

Report 3.

Police who (stop) a speeding car yesterday after a long chase (discover) that the driver was Mr Phelps of Newcastle, aged 103. Mr Phelps (learn) to drive in 1906. "I (see) the car in my mirror" (say) Mr Phelps, "but I (have) no idea it was the police. I (put) my

foot down and (drive) off quickly down the motor way because I (think) the other car was too close behind me".

14 Put the verbs in the coversation into the past simple.

— Where you (go) for your last summer holiday?

— We (go) to Egypt.

— Oh really? How interesting! You (enjoy) it?

— Oh yes, we (do). Paul (love) the river Nile and I (think) the piramids and all the historical sights (be) fascinating.

— How long you (stay)?

— For four weeks. We (be) there for the whole of October.

— How nice. So you (have) lots of time to travel round.

— Yes, we (do), well, quite a lot. But we only (see) a few places so I'd like to go again.

— You (learn) any Egyptian Arabic?

— I (do), but Paul (not/do). I (study) the language for a few weeks before we (go). I (find) a good Arabic language cassette in the local library and that (be) very helpful.

— You (talk) to the local people?

— Not really, but I (know) how to order food and drink in the cafes and restaurants.

— Well, that's good.

— Yes, it is, but I (want) to talk to people too so I'm still studying Arabic and I hope to go again next year.

— Well, best of luck.

15 Translate into English. .

1. Какая книга произвела на вас самое большое впечатление?

2. Он прошел через комнату родителей и подошел к окну.

3. В прошлом сентябре я пробыл^ 2 недели в Лондоне.

4. Я слышал эту новость в Нью-Йорке.

5. Я никогда не был в этом городе, когда был ребенком.

6. Дети ушли в дальний угол сада.

7. Bice знали ответ на этот вопрос.

8. Йиктор заболел и пропустил много занятий. 9 Дорога вела через лес.

10. Мой брат купил эту книгу два дня назад.

11. Когда ты смотрел этот фильм?

12. Вчера я выучил эти слова.

13. Ты был вчера в театре? — Нет.

14. Он ездил в Лондон на прошлой неделе.

15. Никто не пришел навестить его, когда он болел.

16. Она попросила вас подождать ее, не так ли?

17. На прошлой неделе мы сдали все экзамены.

18. Сьюзен простудилась и осталась дома.

19. Он написал последний тест без ошибок.

20. Было темно. Ветер усилился, и стало холодно.

21. Она жила здесь раньше, почти два года назад.

22. Он показывал тебе свою коллекцию марок? — Нет.

23. Смиты переехали в новую квартиру в прошлом году.

24. Кто пригласил тебя на вечер? — Виктор.

25. На прошлой неделе снег шел каждый день.

26. Никто не видел его вчера после обеда.

27. Я видел его в последний раз в прошлом году.

28. Почему ты не пришел на дискотеку вчера?

29. Я видела этот фильм на прошлой неделе. Он мне не понравился.

30. Он рассказал нам много интересного о своей поездке в Японию.

31. Где ты купила такие красивые цветы: в магазине или на рынке?

32. Он поступил в институт в прошлом году, не так ли?

33. Когда начался дождь? — В половине шестого.

34. Я начал играть в теннис, когда мне было 10 лет.

35. Где ты отдыхал в прошлом году? — В деревне.

36. Кто из вас вчера ходил в магазин? — Я.

37. Он вернулся из США 2 недели назад.

38. Неужели ты не видел его вчера?

39. Вчера вы ходили в кино или в театр?

40. Вчера шел сильный дождь и мы оставались дома.

16 Put the verbs in brackets into the future simple.

1. I (know) the result in a week.

2. You (have) time to help me tomorrow?

3. Do you think he (recognize) me?

4. I hope I (find) him.

5. He (believe) whatever you tell him?

6. I (remember) this day all my life.

7. Perhaps he (arrive) in time for lunch.

8. He (mind) if I bring my friend?

9. You (not/need) a visa if you are going to Spain.

10. I wonder if he (succeed).

11. Papers (not/be) delivered on the Bank holiday.

12. Everybody/not everybody (have) a computer in the year 2100.

13. Clothes (be) very different in many years.

14. The weather (be) much warmer tomorrow.

15. You (become) a well-qualified specialist in 10 years.

16. If he works well, I (pay) him $30.

17. I'm sure that you (like) our new house.

17 A salesman is trying to sell a computer. Complete what he says with will /'11/won't.

This is an excellent machine which... give you many years of service. We ... install it for you. We ... even give you a special course to teach you how to use it. But you ... find it difficult to learn. You ... soon see how easy it is to store information and to type letters with this computer. Now, about the payment. We ... ask you for immediate payment. We ... be OK if you make a small payment now, and you can pay the rest in three months' time. We... send you a letter to remind you.

What's more, we ... give you a 5 % reduction on the market price. And, of course, the computer ... come to you with a two-year guarantee.

But actually, you ... need the guarantee, because there ... be many problems with the machine. If there are, I ... deal with them personally.

So you want to buy it? Good! I can tell you, sir, you ... be sorry! Actually, I ... give you this machine here in the showroom — it's rather dusty. I ... get you another one from the store downstairs. Please wait a moment, sir.

I ... be back in a minute.

18 Put the verbs in brackets into the be going to form.

1. You (miss) your train.

2. When you (pay) the bill?

3. You (eat) all that?

4. It (rain). Look at the clouds.

5. These two men (cycle) across Africa.

6. I (stop) here for a moment to get some petrol.

7. You (ask) him to help you?

8. I have seen the play. Now I (read) the book.

9. I (not/sleep!) in this room. It is haunted.

10. You (reserve) a seat?

11. I (have) a/bath.

12. I don't like this macaroni. I (not/finish) it. 13._I (not/stay) here another minute.

14. We (make) a lot of money out of it.

15. He (grow) a beard when he leaves school.

19 Put the verbs in brackets into one of these forms: be going to/ will.

1. Did you remember to book seats? — Oh no, I forgot. I (telephone) for them now.

2. I can't understand this letter. — I (call) my son. He (translate) it for you.

3. You (buy) meat? — No, I (not/eat) meat any more. I (eat) vegetables.

4. He has just been taken to hospital with a broken leg. — I'm sorry to hear that, I (send) him some grapes.

5. How do I get from here to London Bridge? — I don't know, but I (ask) that policeman.

6. Why's he putting the camera on a tripod? — He (take) a group photo.

7. You look frozen. Sit down by the fire and I (make) you a cup of tea.

8. I haven't bought any cigarettes because I (give up) smoking.

9. I've come without any money. — Never mind, I (lend) you some. How much do you want?

10. I'm catching the 6:30 train. — So am I. I (give) you a lift to the station.

11. I've bought some blue velvet and I (make) curtains for this room.

12. Why are you taking this big basket? — I (buy) a lot of vegetables.

13. I've planned my future for the next years. — That's very clever of you. What you (do) when you leave the university?

14. That tree makes the house very dark. — Very well, I (cut) it down.

15. Why are you putting that old loaf into a paper bag? — I (give) it to Mrs Pitt for her hens.

20 Form a suitable will/shall/going to form from the words in brackets. Sometimes both forms are possible.

John and Carol are making plans for a day's holiday. John: Look, there isn't a cloud in the sky. It (be) a glorious

day. We (go) to the beach? Carol: I (go) to the beach, but I (not/swim). The water is too

cold. John: I don't think I (swim) either. But I (take) my swimming

things with me. If the sun gets very hot I expect I (be

glad) to jump into the water. Carol: I (lie) in the sun a lot this year. I need sunshine after

all the rain during the winter. I know it (do) me good.

John: It's a holiday today. That means there (be) a big crowd

of people at the seaside. Carol: But I'm sure there (not/be) too many at Whitesands

Beach. We probably (have) the place almost to

ourselves.

21 Put the verbs into the correct tense (present or future).

1. When he (return) I'll give him the key.

2. I'll stay in bed till the clock (strike) seven.

3. He (be) here before you go.

4. I (go) on doing it until he tells me to stop.

5. I don't know if I (be) there.

6. They haven't said when I (see) them again.

7. She'll be delighted when she (hear) this.

8. When the Queen (arrive) the audience will stand up.

9. As soon as the holidays (begin) this beach will become very crowded.

10. Look before you (leap).

11. I don't know when I (find) a job.

12. Come back again soon if you (get) a chance.

13. Can you tell me when Mr Ellis (be) here next?

14. When winter (start) the swallows will fly away to a warmer country.

15. All right I'll apologize if it (make) you feel better.

16. The lift (not/start) until you press that button.

17. He (ring) us up when he arrives in England?

18. I'll open the window when At (stop) raining.

19. If you (get) there first, keep a seat for me, please.

20. He'll wash up before he (go) to bed.

22 Make these sentences by putting the verbs into the correct tense.

1. If I (find) the book I (give) it to you.

2. She (phone) us if she (have) any problem.

3. I (give) the children their dinner before he (come) home.

4. As soon as she (learn) to type I (get) her a job.

5. I (not/buy) tomatoes till the price (come) down.

6. If you (go) to the party, I (come) with you.

7. She (not/be) happy if she (not/get) that new job.

8. If it (rain), we (stay) at home.

9. I (meet) you at the station if you (come) by train.

10. What you (do) if you (not/find) your keys?

11. That glass (break), if you (drop) it.

12. I (not/wait) for you if you (be) late

13. I (tell) Clare the news if I (see) her.

14. We (sleep) in the tent if it (not/rain).

15. Will there be many people there we know? — I can't tell you, but if Tom and Harry (decide) to go, we (know) at least two people.

23 Translate into English.

1. Если мне понадобится твоя помощь, я позвоню тебе.

2. Ты будешь у Елены на дне рождения в воскресенье? — Да, если буду в городе.

3. Мне потребуется немного времени, чтобы добраться туда.

4. Анна не собирается поступать в институт в следующем году.

5. Если ты поспешишь, то успеешь на 10-часовой поезд.

6. Никто не знает, когда придет Виктор.

7. Интересно, придет ли Эмилия?

8. Когда ты собираешься уезжать в Рим?

9. Интересно, когда придет Мария? — Понятия не имею.

10. Возьми такси, иначе ты опоздаешь на поезд.

11. Через два года мой брат окончит институт.

12. В комнате холодно. Закрыть окно?

13. Если она не будет упорно работать, она не сдаст экзаме­ны.

14. Что мы будем делать: пойдем в кино или на дискотеку?

15. Сегодня меня не будет дома, я ухожу в театр.

16. Я уверена, что он придет вовремя.

17. Поторопись, он не будет ждать, если мы опоздаем.

18. Оставайся здесь, пока я тебе не позвоню.

19. Вы знаете, когда вы сегодня освободитесь?

20. Я собираюсь купить этот словарь, хотя он очень дорогой.

21. Я думаю, они приедут в Париж на следующей неделе.

22. Не волнуйся. Я буду очень осторожен.

23. Я подожду, пока он не придет.

24. После того как мы пообедаем, мы пойдем в читальный зал.

25. Что я ей скажу, когда она придет?

26. Если он не скажет правду, я не буду больше разговари­вать с ним.

27. Я дам тебе эту книгу только через два дня.

28. Я позвоню тебе до того, как уйду в библиотеку.

29. Если ты пойдешь на почту, не забудь купить конверт для меня.

30. Анна приезжает через два дня. Она остановится у своей сестры.

31. Он не опоздает, если выедет в 8:30.

32. Если мы навестим ее, она будет очень рада.

33. Интересно, узнаю ли я ее, когда увижу?

34. Если он поможет нам, мы закончим работу вовремя.

35. Я приду к вам, как только освобожусь.

36. Если погода будет теплой, мы проведем выходные у реки.

37. Боюсь, что собрание продлится долго.

38. Он не придет на встречу?

39. Как только мы приедем на место, мы вышлем теле­грамму.

40. Они не собираются на эту встречу.

CONTINUOUS TENSES

1 Make the sentences with the verbs in the present continuous tense.

a) 1. John and I (stay) in a beautiful hotel.

2. Kevin (work) at home today.

3. Sue and Joe (make) a cake for tea.

4. I (wait) for a letter from my parents.

5. You (walk) too fast.

6. We (plan) our next holiday.

7. She (read) in her room at the moment.

8. I (try) to listen to the radio but it's very noisy in here.

9. The sun (shine) beautifully today.

10. Greg's in the kitchen now. She (cook) the dinner.

11. You (study) too hard for this exam.

12. Where's Ann? — She (have) a shower.

13. Where is Tom? — He (lie) under the car.

14. She (rest) now. She always rests after dinner.

15. I can't hear what you (say), the traffic (make) too much noise.

b)— What you (look) at? Something (happen) in the street?

— Yes. The house opposite is on fire! Come and look.

— I can't. I (bathe) a baby. Is the Fire Brigade here?

— Yes. Fire engines (rush) up and the firemen (jump) out and (unroll) their hoses. Smoke (pour) from the windows. People (stop) to watch. A policeman (try) to move them on. An old man (climb) out of a first floor window! A fireman (help) him! Two boys (slide) down the rope! A woman (wave) from the attic and a fireman (go) up a ladder to help her! Now he (come) down again! He (carry) a baby! The crowd (cheer)!
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