II. Use the right article.

1. ... man had ... blue eyes,... black hair and ... long nose. He was dressed in ... strange uniform.

2. When I was ... child, I never ate ... cheese.

3. Excuse me. Could you tell me... way to ... Picadilly Circus?

4. She always takes ... bath before going to ... bed.

5. Her parents have ... small farm in ... Yorkshire.

III Choose the suitable preposition.

1 Thanks for looking (on, at, after) me when I was ill.

2 People have always been kind (with, on, to) me.

3 I'm sorry to say but the letter didn't reach (at, to, -) me.

4 Would you like to go (to, for, on) a swim? 5. I'll see you (at, on, in) ten days' time.

IV. Choose the suitable pronoun.

1. She was talking to (him, himself, oneself) when the telephone rang.

2. He was angry because they hadn't lent him (no, some, any) money.

3. I earn (fewer, less) money than a postman.

4. It's (not, no, neither) use crying over spilt milk.

5. There isn't (many, much, plenty) wine in the bottle.

V. Put the words in the right order to make up a sentence.

1. someone/build ings/an/is/who/architect/designs.

2. left/the/fire/was/nothing/the/building/of/after.

3. Mary/since/saw/changed/we/last/has/her?

4. please/pass/salt/could/the/you/me?

VI. Choose the right variant.

1. Who's Susan?

a) She's a pharmacist.

b) She is my cousin.

c) She is a smart girl.

3. What's the matter with you?

a) I'm a student.

b) I've got a stomach­ache.

c) I'm shy.

2. What do you do?

a) I'm listening to music.

b) I'm a hairdresser.

c) I'm James' sister.

4. Can you tell me the way to the market square?

a) Sure, it's over there.

b) That's all right.

c) Here you are.

VII. Choose the appropriate word.

I live in Sweden, but (every, any) summer I (like, would like) to travel to Britain to visit my family and friends. I hate flying (so, as) last summer I decided that for (a change, an exchange) I would travel by (coach, foot). According to the brochure I was (given, taken) at the travel agency the (journey, voyage) sounded (wonderful, wonderfully) t at (least, last) in theory. But in fact (it, there) was a nightmare from start to (finish, ending).


I. Use the correct tense-forms of the verbs in brackets.

1. It (be) a cold winter night. It (snow) hard and I (want) to get back home quickly.

2. I never (work) so hard in my life as now when I (write) my diploma-paper.

3. I (learn) riding a bike when I (be) five years old. I (ride) for 20 years already.

4. Where he (go) when you (meet) him in the morning? -To the library.

5. I never (wear) a tie to work and I (refuse) to start now.

6. No sooner I (reach) the door than I (realize) it (lock).

7. As I (cross) the road I (see) Alice coming out of the bookshop. She (say) she (buy) some English books in the original.

II. Choose the right article.

1. They make ... bread here.

2. He missed ... train. That was ...reason he arrived late.

3. If you heat... water to 100 C it boils.

4. ... man she married had ... red beard.

5. Don't smoke in ... cinema. It's forbidden.

6. At last I've been able to find .. flat.

7. ... people work to earn ... money.

Ml. Choose the suitable preposition.

}. I used to be afraid (with, of, by) dogs.

2. That was the last Christmas I spent (in, at, on) home.

3. He was born (in, on, at) March 5.

4. Can you play (on, -, at) the piano?

5. He often fell (in, on, with) love when he was young.

Jy. Choose the suitable pronoun.

1.1 have (little, few, a few) interest in politics. 2. There are (not, no, none) letters for you this morning, sir. 3.1 can see you tomorrow, but (no, neither, not) on Tuesday or Wednesday.

4. They went on holiday with two friends of (them, their, theirs).

5. Would you like some more cheese? - Yes, but only (a few, a little, few).

V. Put the words in the right order to make up a sentence.

1. tests/Edwards/to/to/go/some/Mrmad/hospital/for.

2. a/spoke/in/he/voice/quiet.

3. understands/who/the/Nora/is/only/me/person.

4. really/as/it/bad/that/is/as?

VI. Choose the right variant.

1. She is not very tidy.

a) And I am not.

b) Nor am I.

c) So am I.

3. Good luck on Monday!

a) Yes, I will.

b) And to you.

c) Thanks a lot.

2. Have a nice weekend!

a) Thanks and the same to you.

b) Don't worry.

c) I will.

4. Jane doesn't like coffee.

a) Me too.

b) Yes, she doesn't.

c) Doesn't she?

VII. Choose the appropriate word.

Ann Jones is one of (the most, more) interesting people { have (ever, even) met. She is only (25, 25 years) (but, and) she has travelled to (over, more) 20 countries of the (world earth). Five years (ago, before) she was a (typist, type-writer) in Manchester, but she decided to (give up, refuse) her job and (see, watch) the world. Since (then, than) her life has changed (perfectly, completely).


I. Use the correct tense-forms of the verbs in brackets.

1. If the weather (keep) fine we (stay) here until the end of the month.

2. She said she already (buy) all the Christmas presents.

3. I (know) him for seven years. We (study) at school to­gether.

4. I (turn) round and (see) a girl at the far end of the street. She (call) for help.

5. What you (think) of the chairman's report?-The facts (sound) very convincing

6. I don't think the weather (change) for the better. But if it (do) we (go) on an outing.

7. No one knew that David (do) research on this problem for nearly two years.

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