11. Fill in the gaps with one of these words. There is one variant (a–f) you do not have to use.
1) I sometimes … exercise in the morning.
2) I … get up late tomorrow, I think.
3) Where is your brother? – I …seen him.
4) Why … you stay at home last weekend?
5) …you see John over there?
12. Match the names of these activities (1–5) with the pictures (a–f). There is one variant (a–f) you do not have to use.
a) b) c)
d) e) f)
13. Match the countries with geographical objects there. There is one variant (a–f) you do not have to use.
1) England 2) Canada3) Australia 4) Scotland5) The USA
a) The Great Barrier Reefb) The Thamesc) Dinosaur Provincial Park-Alberta d) the Mount Rushmore e) The Andesf) Loch Ness
14. Match the descriptions with the sports. There is one variant (a–f) you do not have to use.
1) 1) You need two people, two rackets and a ball to play this game.2) 2) If you want to play this game, you need two teams, a ball and you should swim well. 3) 3) You need to skate well if you want to play this game.4) 4) You need to be tall and jump high to be in the team for this game. You also need a big heavy ball. 5) You need two people, a checkerboard and thirty two pieces.
a) water polob) tennisc) basketballd) chess e) ice hockey f) skiing
15. Match words from column 1–5 with their synonyms (a–f). There is one variant (a–f) you do not have to use.
5) to be keen on
16. Put these words in order to make a correct sentence (a statement, NOT a question).
1) was 2) written 3) Tolstoy 4) by 5) “War and Peace”
17. Read the text and put the paragraphs (1 – 5) in order.
1) They can’t agree on a dog. April suggests they race home for it. The winner of the race chooses the dog. Cody agrees, then tells April her shoelace is untied. When April looks down, he runs away and gets a head start. Cody runs as hard as he can. He really wants that bulldog. He looks back. April is so far behind he can’t even see her. Cody finally gets home. He is tired but he is happy. He knows he is the winner.
2) April arrives a few minutes after Cody. She congratulates him. They return to the pet store to buy Buster the bulldog. However, when they arrive they only see Teacup the chihuahua. They ask Mr. Smith where Buster is. Mr. Smith gives the details. He explains that a few minutes after April and Cody left, two boys walked in and bought the bulldog.
3) Cody looks at April, and she holds back a smile. Cody sighs. He turns back to Mr. Smith. "Sometimes you win the race, but not the prize!" Cody smiles sadly. "We’ll take the chihuahua, please."
4) Mr. Smith takes them to the back of store where the two dogs are. One of them is a very big bulldog named Buster. The other is a very tiny chihuahua named Teacup. April wants Teacup. Cody wants Buster. They walk outside to discuss.
5) Cody and his sister April decide they want a dog. They go to the local pet store and have a look around. It is a very small pet store that doesn't have many animals. The owner of the shop is a nice old man named Mr. Smith. He walks over and greets Cody and April. "How can I help you?" he asks. "We would like to buy a dog," April responds. "Ah, well, we are not a big pet shop," Mr. Smith tells her. "So we only have two dogs to choose from." They ask Mr. Smith to show them the dogs.
18. Put the sentences in chronological order according to the text.
1) Cody and April would like to buy a dog.
2) They race for the dog and Cody wins.
3) There is only one dog left.
4) They come to the pet shop but there are only two dogs.
5) They can’t agree which dog to choose.
19. Put the words in order to make a sentence (a statement, NOT a question).