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Read the text and finish the sentences. Use –’s.

Liz and Philip are married. They have two children, Charles and Ann. Ann is married to Ted. Ann and Ted have a son. His name is Robert.

1. Philip is ....Liz’s ....husband. 6. Liz is ............. grandmother.

2. Liz is ..............…......wife. 7. Ann is ............. sister.

3. Charles is ........... brother. 8. Ted is .............. husband.

4. Charles is .............. uncle. 9. Ted is ............... father.

5. Ann is ..................... wife. 10. Robert is ......... nephew.

 

1.21.A) Write the names in the family tree.

1. Eric is Marie’s brother.

Marie
2. Paul is Marie’s husband.

3. Mike is Marie’s and Paul’s son.

4. Claire is their daughter.

5. Christine is Eric’s mother.

6. Christine is Hubert’s wife.

B) Complete the sentences.

1. Paul is Hubert’s … 3. Mike is Claire’s … 5. Hubert is Paul’s …
2. Marie is Eric’s … 4. Marie is Mike’s … 6. Hubert is Christine’s …

 

Complete the sentences. Sometimes you need – ’s, sometimes – of.

1. I like ......Ann’s camera. .................. (the camera / Ann)

2. What is .....the name of this town? . (the name / this town)

3. When is ........................................? (the birthday / your sister)

4. Do you like ....................................? (the colour / this coat)

5. Write your name at ........................ (the top / the page)

6. What is ..........................................? (the address / Jill)

7. .................... is near the city centre. (the house / my parents)

8. ....................................is very good. (the spoken English/ Mal)

9. For me the morning is ..................... (the best part / the day)

10. The car stopped at ......................... (the end / the street)

11. ................................. are very thin. (the walls / this house)

12. Whose books are these? They’re … (the books / my father)

 

UNIT 2 HAVE / HAS (GOT). PRESENT SIMPLE.

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

2.1. What have Ann and Jim got? What have you got? Look at the information and write sentences about Ann, Jim and yourself.

  Ann (she) Jim (he) you
a camera no yes ?
a bicycle yes no ?
black hair no no ?
brothers / sisters two brothers one sister ?

 

Model 1: Jim / a camera – Jim has got a camera

Model 2:I / black hair – I’ve got black hair (or I haven’t got black hair.)

1. Ann / a camera 4. Jim / a bicycle 7. Jim / black hair
2. I / a camera 5. I / a bicycle 8. Ann / two brothers
3. Ann / a bicycle 6. Ann / black hair 9. Jim / a sister

 

2.2.Write questions.

Model:you / a camera? – Have you got a camera?

1. you / a passport? 7. what colour of pen / Ann?
2. your father / a car? 8. your family / a garden?
3. Carol / many friends? 9. what kind of car / John?
4. Mr and Mrs Lewis / any children? 10. he / any animals?
5. how much money / you? 11. Paul Brett / a car?
6. how many English books / they? 12. how many / sisters?

 




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