It was Friday evening. Helen (1) her office at 5.30 and (2) out of town
towards her house. She (3) a fruit seller beside the road. Helen (4) and
(5) a melon.
‘Mum and I (6) (not) a melon since last year,’ she (7) .
II Write a dialogue between a doctor and a patient.
Use the correct form/tense of the verbs in brackets.
Doctor: What can I do for you?
Patient: (1) . (1) /I (hurt) my foot/
D: Yes, It’s a bit swollen.
D: (2) ? (2) /How long it (be) like this/
P: A couple of days.
D: (3) ? (3) /How it (happen) /
P: (4) . (4) /I (fall) over/
D: I see.(5) . (5) /I (put) a bandage on it/
III Fill in the blanks with the present tense of the verbs
MUST and NEED.
Nick (1) a computer. It (2) (not) belong to the newest
generation, but it (3) be of good quality and it (4) (not)be too expensive. Nick (5)( not) a laptop.
IV Write the following percentage in words.
V Complete the sentences with the appropriate
2. Have you ever imagined
in a spaceship alone?
3. Can you imagine a car that can steer
VI Make comparisons using the words in brackets.
The rhino is one of (1) animals in the world. (large)
Its body is (2) than a giraffe’s. (heavy)
and its head is much (3) (big)
Bit it is not (4) as a hippopotamus. (dangerous)
VII Complete the dialogue with: MANY, SOME, MUCH, ANY, NO.
A: How (1)
luggage can we take?
B: We can take (2) extra food but we can’t carry (3) unnecessary
A: You mean to say that I can take (4)
CDs at all?
VIII Fill in each blank with one of these words:
on over because of until in soon across although
An amaeur astronomer in Australia took a picture of a new bright star (1) he
didn’t know what it was (2) later. (3) telephones were ringing,
telegrams were sent all (4) the world.
IX Fill in the blanks with the appropriate form of the words in
to Boston was fine.
He hopes for another (2)
Agatha’s Christie’s thrillers have a surprise (3)
There are some (4)
words in our language.
You’ll have to buy at (5) a dozen. (little)