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TEST 1
1. Complete the sentences with the following adjectives: .
    Friendly , delicious , , cheap , busy , interesting .
    The clothes are cheap. For example, you can buy a shirt for 1 pound. . 1 .
    The people are friendly. They always talk to you. . .
    I love the street food. Its delicious. . .
    Its busy on Saturday. There are lots of people. . .

2. Match the adjectives on the left with the opposites on the right. , .
1. Cheap - 頠 a) Unfriendly -
2. Busy - 頠 b) Bad -
3. Big - 頠 c) Quiet -
4. Friendly - 頠 d) Expensive -
5. Interesting - 頠 e) Small -
6. Good - 頠 f) Boring -
Cheap Expensive; Busy Quiet; Big - Small; Friendly Unfriendly;
Interesting Boring; Good Bad.

3. Underline the adjective which does not go with the noun. , .
1. Cities: cosmopolitan\ dangerous\ historic\ delicious\ busy
2. Weather: hot\ dirty\ dry\ wet\ cold
3. Beaches: clean\ dirty\ crowded\ empty\ modern
4. Countryside: flat\ small \ quiet\beautiful\ mountainous
4. Match the words on the left to the examples on the right. .
    Economy - ࠠ a) United Kingdom 56 million people
    Transport - 򠠠 b) money, bank
    Space - 񠠠 c) cloudy, rain, hot
    Politics - ࠠ d) car, aeroplane, bus
    Population - 堠 e) the moon, Mars, a space station
    Communication - f) phone, satellite, e-mail
    Climate - 򠠠 g) government, president, The White House
1 b, 2 d, 3 e, 4 g, 5 a, 6 f, 7 c.
5. Underline the word which is different. .
1. Notebook diary pen

2. Laptop calculator bag
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3. Bag briefcase watch

4. Laptop mobile phone pen
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5. Camera wallet bag
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6. Dictionary diary camera
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6. Put the words in the right category. .
Brother father aunt grandfather daughter children husband son wife sister parents mother uncle grandmother
1. Men - ࠠ 2. both 堠 3. women
1. Brother, father, grandfather, husband, son, uncle.
2. hildren, parents.
3. unt, daughter, wife, sister, grandmother.
TEST 2
1. Underline the correct forms of the verbs: .
    My father go/goes for a walk.
    I visit/visits my friends in the morning.
    My mother cook/cooks lunch.
    My father drink/drinks sake.
    We eat/eats a special fish dish.
    My brother usually watch/watches television.
    Our parents give/gives us money.
    I play/plays cards with my parents.
2. Complete the questions and answers: .
1.A: Do tney study German at school?
B: No, they don`t study German. They study English.
2.A: When does she listen to music?
B: In the evening. She doesn`t listen to music in the morning.
3.A: Do you use internet?
B: Yes, I do but I don`t use the Internet to buy things.
4.A: Where do you mut new people?
B: I don`t mut new people in bars I meet them at work.
5.A: Has he a bank account?
B: No, he hasn`t a bank account.
6.A: How do you contact friends?
B: I don`t contact friends by e-mail. I use the phone.
3.Insert the missing words: .
    Do they book hotels on the Internet?
    Does he do a German course with a private teacher?
    When do you speak to your friends?
    Does Marianna meet new friends at school?
    Where do you meet people?
    What do they buy on the Internet?
    Does Trevor buy music in a shop or on the Internet
    Do Sarah and Nicky study French?
4. Put the words in the correct order: .
1. often do how stay you in? How often do you stay in? ?
2. you takeaway sometimes do get a? Do you get takeaway sometimes a? ()
3. no get never I takeaway. Ho`t get never takeaway. , .
4. am always I late. I am always late. .
5. it busy is often? Is it often busy? ?
6.usually meet Sundays on friends they. They usually meet friends on Sundays. .
5. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tenses: .
    Sarah Jones and Judith Thomson, from England, grown up on the same street and became best friends. Judith was Sarahs bridesmaid in 1947. Then Sarah emigrated to the USA and they lost touch. Fifty-three years later, they bumped into each other while they were waiting in a queue at a petrol station in Nevada, USA. They immediately recognized each other, even though they hawen`t sun each other for 50 years. While they were talking, they found out they lived and working on the same street in the USA for seventeen years, but never saw each other.
    , . 1947 . , . 33 , , . , 50 . , , 17 e.
6. Correct the mistakes in the following sentences: .
1. I have been to Brazil last summer. It was wonderful.
2. This evening, I go out to dinner in a small, local restaurant.
3. I am always enjoying eating good food.
4. In my life, I went traveling many times.
5. I am meeting people every day through my work.
6. Ive started studying English when I was at school.
7. I was meeting him when I lived in Asia.
8. This weekend I go to see an art exhibition.

1. I was to Brazil last summer. It was wonderful. . .
2. This evening, I will go to dinner in a small, local restaurant. .
3. I always enjoy eating good food. .
4. In my life, I traveled many times. , .
5. I meet people every day through my work. .
6. Ive been starting studying English when I was at school. , .
7. I met him when I lived in Asia. , .
8. This weekend I will go to see an art exhibition. .
7. Rephrase the sentences using the obligation verbs: , .
1. Its not necessary to wear uniforms at school.
We must not wear uniforms at school.
2. If you want to help your mother, its a good idea to wash the dishes.
You can whish the dishes, it you wants help your mother.
3. There is no need for her to worry about us. Well be fine.
She may not worry about. Well be fine.
4. It wouldnt be a good idea to take the car without asking him first.
You shouldnt to take the car without asking him first.
5. My mother is always telling me not to eat so mush junk food.
I must not eat so mush junk food.
6. Dont speak to any strangers in the street.
You shouldnt speak to any strangers in the street.
Final grammar test. .
1. I am single.
a) is b) are c) am
2. We are interested in sport.
a) are b) is c) am
3. He is Brazilian.
a) am b) is c) are
4. We have got two batteryies.
a) ies b) es c) s
5. I have got two watches.
a) ies b) es c) s
6. Are they from Argentina?
a) do b) does c) are
7. Is she French?
a) are b) is c) does
8. John and Sue are our friends.
a) their b) your c) our
9. Her name is Kate.
a) her b) his c) its
10. Our parents give us money.
a) gives b) give c) gived
11. My mother ooks dinner every day.
a) cooks b) cook c) cooked
12. I dont meet new people in the bars.
a) am not meet b) doesnt meet c) dont meet
13. He doesnt contact friends by e-mail.
a) doesnt contact b) dont contact c) isnt contact
14. They go for a walk.
a) to b) for c) on
15. We always dance on music.
a) to b) for c) on
16. They have lunch at oclock.
a) in b) on c) at
17. Does he use the Internet?
a) do b) is c) does
18. Are they study English?
a) do b) are c) does
19. He looks for hotels on the Internet.
a) by b) on c) in
20. We contact friends by e-mail.
a) by b) on c) in
21. I never travel by bus.
a) on b) by c) in
22. Have you got a guide books?
a) any b) some c) a
23. I have got some posters.
a) any b) some c) a
24. Do you take an umbrella?
a) an b) a c) -
25. Greg never takes a phrasebook.
a) an b) a c) -
26. She has got a special mug from Poland.
a) has got b) have got c) have
27. I like going karate.
a) doing b) playing c) going
28. He hates going jogging.
a) doing b) playing c) going
29. I listen to music in the evening.
a) on b) to c) in
30. Have you got this sweater on large?
a) in b) for c) on
31. Can I try it on ?
a) in b) on c) to
32. How much are pens?
a) are b) am c) is
33. I dont mind to play tennis.
a) to play b) playing c) play
34. Dance with somebody.
a) with somebody b) an instrument c) beer
35. food buy
a) meet b) buy c) play
36. Is there a big hotel? Yes, There is.
a) Yes, it is b) Yes, There is c) Yes, there are
37. There are lots of cheap cafes.
a) are b) is c) do
38. There are tea in the cup.
a) does b) are c) is
39. Are there interesting shops in the town?
a) are there b) are they c) is it
40. On Sundays I go to church in the morning.
a) in b) to c) on
41. I go for a drink in the bar near my house.
a) for b) on c) to
42. I work late on Fridays.(often) I often work late on Fridays.
a) Often I work late on Fridays.
b) I work often late on Fridays.
c) I often work late on Fridays.
43. He is busy.(always) He is always busy.
a) Always he is busy.
b) He is always busy.
c) He always is busy.
44. He is drinking coffee now.
a) are drink b) is drinking c)drinking
45.Are they smoking in the kitchen now?
a) are they smoking b) smoking they c) is they smoking
46. I will have a cola.
a) can b) will c) do
47. I can design a website.
a) to design b) designing c) design
48. Was it a good holiday?
a) was b) were c) are
49. We were in Greece last year.
a) was b) is c) were
50. Did she cook dinner yesterday?
a) did b) is c) does
51. They didnt watch a movie yesterday.
a) not watched b) didnt watch c)isnt watch
52. He met her at the party.
a) meted b) is meet c) met
53. How deep is Lake Baikal?
a) heavy b) far c) deep
54. Do you drink much cola?
a) a few b) much c) many
55. Are there many cakes in the cupboard?
a) much b) little c) many
56. Take an umbrella because it rains a lot.
a) because b) although c) so
57. Chicago is more expensive than New Orleans.
a) expensiver b) most expensive c) more expensive than
58. It is the biggest restaurant in Hong Kong.
a) the most big b) biggest c) the biggest
59. I havent seen Michael for ages.
a) didnt see b) dont see c) havent seen
60. Im sure we have never met before.
a) have never met b) havent never met c) didnt met
          Topic: Family :
1.Read the text.
When we speak about family it is necessary to touch the problem of relations between its members. It is interesting to know opinions of all members in the family about their relations. When we discuss this theme the students are given to read an article from the youth magazine Shout . This is Sashas letter. Here is her photo. Looking at this photo students must say what they think about this girl. Before reading her letter they read a short information about her problems:
Sasha is 14 and lives with her mum, dad, an older brother and a younger brother and sister. She doesnt get on well with any of her family and plans to leave home as soon as she is old enough.
One of the worst things about my house is the lack of privacy. If I disappear into my room for some peace, its guaranteed that someone will come after me, wanting to know what I am up to. The thing is because I share a room with my little sister, I cant just shut the door, and keep everyone out. Shes always complaining that its her room, too. Even worse, it means nothing safe, I guess she goes through all my stuff, mucks about with my toiletries, and eats the sweets I keep in my room. If I want to keep anything secret, I have to use a lock and key on my cup board.
I dont know who I dislike more, my older brother, who is 16, or my younger one, whos 11. My older brother is a total creep. He pushes me around a lot and is always making nasty little comments about me. I hate being in the house alone with him. My little brother is just a geek. He asks me embarrassing questions about boys and stuff, and always shows me up in front of my mates. If Im on the phone to one of my friends, he picks up the extension and listens in.
Although Im nearly fifteen, my mum and dad treat me like a baby. They dont let me out at night during the week and if I want to go to a friends house at the weekend, they phone up her parents first and arrange what time Ive to be home by. Dad always asks me about boys, warning me that Im not allowed to go out on a real date till Im at least 15 what a joke! He keeps nagging me about home work and studying, and he doesnt believe me when I say I dont have any to do. He just thinks Im being lazy when I sit watching TV at night.
The other thing that bugs me is that Im treated like an unpaid slave in the house. I have to do the dishes, help with the ironing I wouldnt object to this if everyone in the house did their fair share, but my brothers only keep their room clean, and my sister just acts like a baby and does nothing. Mum tells me that she needs the help and Im the best at doing homework, but thats because Im the only one who does it!
Im going to leave home as soon as Im old enough. Itd be great if I could get a job and a flat when I leave school, but thats not very likely, so I wish I just had one tiny room of my own. My mates always say that Ill miss my family once I leave, but I doubt that!
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2. Answer the questions: .
Why does Sasha want to leave home? ?
Because she doesnt get on well with any of her family. .
What relations does she have with her brothers and sister? ?
She is their sister. .
Does she like her parentsattitude to her? ?
No, shi doesnt like her parents attitude to her. , .
Why does she feel the lack of privacy? ?
Because nobody from her family wants leave her alone. .
What can you say about relations with your parents? ?
I am theirs daughter. .
3. Find English equivalents to the following words and expressions: .
    1) an unpaid slave
    2) - - treat
    3) the lock of privacy
    4) - shows me up in front of smb
    5) to keep anything secret
    6) miss my family
    7) - board
    8) to go through all my stuff
    9) - to object to this
    10) did their fair share
    11) - she doesnt get on well with any of her family
    12) - to make comment about me
3. Match the words and phrases from the text with the closest meaning: .
1. lack of privacy a) making you feel nervous and uncomfortable
2. show somebody up b) look at or examine carefully
3. embarrassing c) the state of being unable to be alone
4. nag d) behave towards someone in a particular way
5. act like a baby e) distribute the responsibilities in a fair way
6. do their fair share f) to make someone feel embarrassed by behaving in a
way when you are with them
7. treat g) express ones negative attitude to someones
a very boring way
8. go through h) behave in a childish way

Sasha has a lot of complaints. .
1. lack of privacy - c) the state of being unable to be alone - ,
2. show somebody up f) to make someone feel embarrassed by behaving in a way when you are with them , .
3. embarrassing a) making you feel nervous and uncomfortable .
4. nag - g) express ones negative attitude to someones a very boring way .
5. act like a baby , h) behave in a childish way .
6. do their fair share e) distribute the responsibilities in a fair way .
7. treat ( ) d) behave towards someone in a particular way .
8. go through b) look at or examine carefully .
4. Find the examples which Sasha uses to show that she has the following problems. , , . .
1. One of the worst things about my house is the lack of privacy,
2. They treat me like a baby.
3. Im treated like an unpaid slave.
4. They dont do their fair share.
When we speak about family it is necessary to touch the problem of relations between its members. It is interesting to know opinions of all members in the family about their relations. When we discuss this theme the students are given to read an article from the youth magazine Shout . This is Sashas letter. Here is her photo. Looking at this photo students must say what they think about this girl. Before reading her letter they read a short information about her problems:
Sasha is 14 and lives with her mum, dad, an older brother and a younger brother and sister. She doesnt get on well with any of her family and plans to leave home as soon as she is old enough.
One of the worst things about my house is the lack of privacy
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