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Write questions with What / Who / How / Where / Why ....?

C O N T E N T S

Unit 1 To be. Pronouns. There + be. Possessive’s...........
Unit 2 Have / Has (got). Present Simple. Present Continuous………………………………………...........  
Unit 3 Past Simple. Past Continuous………………………..
Unit 4 Present / Past Perfect. Present / Past Perfect Continuous ……………………………………………...  
Unit 5 Past Simple / Present Perfect………………………...
Unit 6 Future Simple. Present Tenses for the Future……...
Unit 7 Passive Voice……………………………………………
Unit 8 Noun plurals. Countable / Uncountable Nouns. Some / Any / No………………………………  
Unit 9 Comparisons…………………………………………….
Unit 10 A / An / The………………………………………………
Unit 11 Prepositions of place, movement and time…………..
Unit 12 Modals……………………………………………………
Unit 13 Conditionals ……………………………………............
Bibliography ……………………………………………………………

 


UNIT 1 TO BE. PRONOUS. THERE + BE. POSSESSIVE’S

Put in am, isor are.

1. The weather ...is... very nice today.

2. This box ...... very heavy.

3. These boxes ...... very heavy.

4. The cat ...... asleep.

5. I ...... cold. Can you close the window, please?

6. This house ...... very beautiful.

7. I ...... a student. My brother …… an economist.

8. Your friend ….. on the phone.

9. ….. everybody coming to the party?

10. People ….. the same all over the world.

11. My trousers ….. too big.

12. The police ….. asking a lot of questions.

 

1.2.Write full sentences. Use am / is / areeach time.

Model: my boots very dirty – My boots are very dirty

1. my flat very cosy 4. the museums not open today
2. your notebooks in your bag 5. the houses in this street very old
3. I not very busy today 6. these flowers very nice

Write positive or negative answers. Use am / am not / is / isn’t / are / aren’t.

Model 1. Paris / the capital of France – Paris is the capital of France.

Model 2. I / interested in basketball – I’m not interested in basketball.

1. it / warm / today 4. Russia / a very big country
2. London / in Great Britain 5. the Mississippi / in Africa
3. I / afraid of mice 6. bears / small animals
7. my hands / cold 8. Peter and Bill / fond of sports

Write questions from these words. Use am / is / are.

Model: your father at home? – Is your father at home ?

1. your parents at home? 4. the library open today?
2. you interested in geography? 5. why they late?
3. the laboratories open today? 6. where the people?

 

Write questions with What / Who / How / Where / Why ....?

Use am / is / are .

Model: what colour your car? – What colour is your car?

1. where my bag? 4. what colour her eyes?
2. where my keys? 5. why Mary angry with me?
3. how old your uncle? 6. why you always late?

 



1.6.Write positive or negative answers (Yes, I am / No, he isn’t, etc.)

1. Are you married? ... No, I am not.... 6. Is it dark now?

2. Are you tall? 7. Are you hungry?

3. Are you an engineer? 8. Is your father tall?

4. Are you tired? 9. Is it sunny?

5. Is it winter now? 10. Are they travellers?

1.7.Complete the sentences. Use one of the question forms below + is or are.

Where / How / What colour / Who / Why / How old / What / How much

 

1. …Where are…my keys? On the table.

2. ……… the time, please? Half past five.

3. ……… your headache now? Much better, thank you.

4. ……… the holiday photographs? In your handbag.

5 …….… that clock? Three hundred years old.

6 ….…… your new shoes? Red.

7. ……… Simon happy today? Because it’s his birthday.

8. ……… Maria from? Spain, I think.

9. ……… these trousers? They’re £40.

10. ……… that man in the car? My uncle.

11. ……… the banks closed today? Because it’s a holiday.

1.8.Ask the questions. (Read the answers to the questions first).

1. your name? .....What’s your name? …… Nick.

2. married or single? I’m married.

3. British? No, I’m not.

4. where / from? From Austria.

5. how old? He is 22.

6. a student? No, I’m a worker.

7. your friend / a doctor? No, she’s a secretary.

8. where / from?) She’s Russian.

9. his name? Tony.

 

1.9. Fill in the gaps. Make the questions and answers.

Model: – …Are… you Mexican? – No, I …am not.

1. A: ..... you from Brazil? B: Yes, I …. .

2. A: ….you from Australia? B: No, I …. .

3. A: …. Maria from Greece? B: No, she …. .

4. A:…. Leon on business? B: No, ….., he’s on holiday.

5. A:…. Leo and Sally in Leeds? B: No, ….. . They’re in New York.

6. A:….. Peter ….. Egypt? B: No, he ….. . He’s ….. America.

7. A: ….. Peter and Sally French? B: No, ….. .

8. A: ….. Peter American? B: ….. .

1.10.Find words for the blanks.

1. “How old are you?” “............ fifteen.”

2. “Are you Japanese?” “Yes, ............”.

3. “Is John an electrician?” “Yes, ............”.

4. ............ surname is Brown.

5. My sons are very ............ .

6. “How old is Mickey Mouse?” “He’s ............ fifty.

7. Is Robin a man’s name ............ a woman’s name?

8. “How do you spell your name, Polly?” “P, ............”.

1.11.Write sentences with There are. Choose the right number:

790,000 / 7 / 9 / 15 / 26 / 30 / 50.

Model:days / a week – There are seven days in a week.

1. states / the USA 4. letters / the English alphabet
2. players / a rugby team 5. days / September
3. planets / the solar system 6. about words in English

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