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What’s in the box? Ask questions with Is there …?and Are there...?

Model: any cigarettes? – Are there any cigarettes in the box?

1. any books? 4. a man? 7. any money?

2. any clothes? 5. a key? 8. a pen?

3. any glasses? 6. a cat? 9. any paper?

 

1.13.Complete the questions and answers.

Model: How …many… spoons are there in the picture? There …are… ten.

1. How many cars …….. there in the picture? There ……. only one.

2. …….. tables are …….in the picture? …….. only one.

3. How …….. chairs …….. in the picture? …….. are six.

4. Are …….. any spoons on the table? Yes, …….. five.

5. …….. many books are there in the picture? …….. .

6. …….. there any trees in the garden? Yes, …….. eight.

7. How many oranges …….. on the table? Yes, there …….. .

8. …….. bananas on the table? Yes, there …….. .

9. …….. eggs …….. on the table? There …….. ten.

10. ……… any books on the table? No, there …….. any.

Put in there is / there isn’t / is there? / there are / there aren’t / are there?

1. Dunford is a very modern town. .... There aren’t ... many old buildings.

2. Look! ............... a photograph of George in the newspaper!

3. Excuse me, ............... a restaurant near here?

4. ......... five people in Nick’s family: his parents, his two sisters and he.

5. We can’t take any photographs. ............... a film in the camera.

6. How many students ............... in your group?

7. Where can we sit? ............... any chairs.

8. ............... a bus from the city centre to the airport?

9. ............... a lift in the building?

 

1.15.Match the two parts of the sentence.

1. There aren’t A) any dangerous animals in the zoo?

2. Is there B) some good computer games here.

3. There is C) any milk, please?

4. There are D) any computers in our school.

5. There is E) some very interesting stories here.

6. Are there F) any good films on.

7. There isn’t G) any ice-cream in the fridge?

8. There aren’t H) some furniture in that shop.

9. Is there I) some money on the table.

10. There are J) any cheese on the table.

Put in thereor it.

Model:.. There’s ... a train at 10.30. ... It’s a fast train.

1. I’m not going to buy this shirt. ...............’s very expensive.

2. “What’s wrong?” “ ...............’s something in my eye.”

3. ...............’s a car in front of the house. Is ............... your car?

4. “Is ............... anything on TV?” “Yes, ...............’s a film at 8.15.”

5. ..............’s a letter on the floor. Is ................ for you?

6. “Is…….. a police station near here?” “Yes, …….is. ….is in East Street.

7. “……..is a man waiting outside. Who is ….. ?” “……..is Jim Brown.”

8. “Is…….. any beer in the kitchen?” “Yes, …….is in the fridge.”

9. “Look! …….is a light on in my bedroom!” “……..is somebody in there.”

 

1.17.Complete the sentences using there + be. Mind tenses.

1. …….. a terrible accident in Western Road yesterday.

2. Look. …….. a policeman over there. Can you see him?

3. How many people …….. at the party last night?



4. I think …….. some snow later this evening.

5. Excuse me. …….. a post office near here?

6. …….. six hotels in this street ten years ago, now …….. only two.

7. …….. a lot of cold weather recently.

8. I hope ……… fine tomorrow.

9. ……… no rain here since June.

 

Answer these questions. Use Yes, there is / are; No, there isn’t / aren’t.

1. Is there a bank in your street?

2. Are there elephants in Russia?

3. Is there a swimming pool near your house?

4. Are there tigers in Canada?

5. Is there an armchair in your bedroom?

6. Are there penguins in Brazil?

7. Is there a television in your living room?

8. Are there camels in India?

9. Is there a bus stop in your street?

10. Is there a cat in your home?

1.19.Translate these sentences into Russian.

1. John’s coat is on the table. 5. Helena’s car number is LMG 385.
2. Is Ann’s book interesting? 6. Ann’s pen is on John’s book.
3. Susan’s book is French. 7. His friend’s name is Tony.
4. My husband’s family is from America. 8. Where is Polly’s bag?

 


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