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I CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER. 

1. Weto meet on the beach yesterday afternoon, but they weren’t there.

2. I knew she the washing because when I got home she was ready to go out.

3. drive this evening. I’m a bit tired.

4. She’s bought a chicken in case your friends to lunch.

5. Has he used up petrol?

6. Water boils on heats it to 100°Centigrade.

7. He’s got his headache and feels much better now.

 

II ACCORDING TO THE MEANING OF THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES WRITE THE OPPOSITES TO THE WORDS IN THE BOLD AND ITALICS ( one word only on each line).


1. I remembered his address.     

2. Eve doesn’t like to lend books. 

3. Look at the bottom shelf.        

 
 

III COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE MOST SUITABLE FORM OF THE WORD RELATED TO THE ONE IN BRACKETS.

1. Ben’s mother 1) ( EVENT) agreed to let him go camping with his friends.

2. I was late, but 2) (FORTUNE) our teacher was not in the classroom.

3. John didn’t 3) (APOLOGY) for his strange 4) (BEHAVE).

4. Everybody agreed that their 5)(PERFORM) was 6) (DOUBT) a huge success.

 
  IV COMPLETE THE TEXT BY PUTTING THE VERBS IN BRACKETS IN THE CORRECT TENSE.Image result for a little house on prairie
 

A long time ago, Pa and Ma and Mary and Laura and Baby Carrie left their little house in Wisconsin. They 1)(drive away) and left it lonely and empty among the big trees, and they never saw that little house again. They 2) (go) to Indian country.

Pa said there were too many people in Wisconsin now. Wild animals 3) (not stay) in a country where there were so many people, so Pa didn’t want to stay. He liked a country where animals 4) (live) without fear. He liked to see them 5) (look) at him in the forest and 6) (eat) fruit from the trees.

In the long winter evenings pa talked to Ma about the Western country. “Let’s go see the West,” he said. “The land is flat and the grass 7) (grow) thick and high. Animals run freely and there are no settlers. Only Indians live there.”

“Oh, Charles, must we go now?” Ma said. “The weather’s so cold and our warm house is so comfortable.”

“If we 8) (go) this year, we must go now.” said Pa. “We can’t cross the Mississippi River after the ice 9)(break).”

So Pa sold the little house in Wisconsin. With Ma’s help, he made a canvas cover for their wagon. They put everything into the wagon except their beds and tables and chairs. Pa could make new ones out West. The next morning when it was still dark, Ma gently 10) (shake) Mary and Laura until they got up. By light of the fire she helped them dress warmly. Pa put his gun inside the wagon where he could reach it quickly. He put his fiddle between two blankets in order to keep it safe. Their dog Jack went under the wagon, and they drove away.

It was a long, long way to Indian country. Almost every day the horses 11) (travel) as far as they could; almost every night Pa and Ma stopped in a new place. They 12) (ride) across the wide Mississippi River before the ice broke, and crossed many other rivers and creeks.

 

V COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING TEXT. WRITE ONE WORD FOR EACH SPACE. THE FIRST LETTER IS GIVEN TO YOU.

“Four-three-two-one, on 1) a”  I hear this every day before my show 2) b. Usually I’m in Studio Five. I make my show there. Music plays and then I say. “My name is Fay Hill and this is The Friends’ Hour. My show is on Sun Radio. It’s on three 3) ta week, 4) W, Thursday and Saturday. A lot of the time I’m in Studio Five. I play music and talk in between it. I love talking to the 5) p on my show. Sometimes they want music. Sometimes they want to 6) t to someone. When I’m not in Studio Five, I’m in my office. I was in my office on Thursday 7) m in November when I got an email from my boss. His office is 8) n to mine but he doesn’t like talking. He 9) pemail to talking.

      “The Friends’ Hour isn’t interesting,” he wrote in his email to me. “Nobody’s 10) lto the show. You need to find something new. You need to think of something soon! I want to meet you next Monday for a talk.”

      I was very angry. The show was good, I 11) t. But I had four days to think of something new. Two months 12) a my boss was my friend. Now he’s always angry with me.