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Mixed Exercises

Complete the sentences using the verbs in the Present Simple.

 
Rain     Do     Go     Sleep     Work
 
1) I hate living in Seattle because it always .
 
2) John  at least eight hours every day.
 
3) Jim always  to work by car.
 
4) What  you ? “I  in a bookstore”.
 
Put the verbs in brackets in the Present Continuous. DO NOT use contractions.

 

1) The baby  (sleep).  

 
2) I  (study) English.  
 
3) They  (listen) to some music.  
 
4) Look! It  (snow).  
 
5) We  (build) our own house.  
 
Write sentences using the Going to Future. DO NOT use contractions.

 

1) (I /go / to Brazil this summer)

 
Positive:
 
Negative:
 
Interrogative: ?
 

2) (We / buy / a new house next week)

 
Positive:
 
Negative:
 
Interrogative: ?
 

Write the plural of these sentences

 
1) This game is a lot of fun.
 
2) Does that woman like coffee? ?
 
3) This car looks very clean.
 
4) This book is really good.
 
5) That picture is interesting
 

Complete the following sentences with the correct preposition: at, in, or on.

 
1) The headquarters of the United Nations is  New York.
 
2) In most countries people drive   the right.
 
3) San Francisco is  the west coast of the United States.
 
4) In the theatre we had seats  the front row.