Write MY, YOUR, HIS or HER.
Present simple. Choose the correct form.
c) to work
b) to go
Make the questions. Tick the correct sentence.
a) Does she write short stories?
b) Do she writes short stories?
c) Does she writes short stories?
a) Do he know me?
b) Does he know me?
c) Does he knows me?
a) Do they go to Greece every year?
b) Does they go to Greece every year?
c) Do they goes to Greece every year?
a) Does you like her very much?
b) Do you likes her very much?
c) Do you like her very much?
a) Do your lesson last 45 minutes?
b) Does your lesson lasts 45 minutes?
c) Does your lesson last 45 minutes?
Choose IS or ARE.
Choose SOME or ANY.
Choose THIS, THAT, THESE or THOSE.
Past simple. Choose the correct form.
PRESENT SIMPLE OR PRESENT CONTINUOUS:
PUT THE VERBS IN BRACKETS INTO THE CORRECT TENSE
Are these nouns countable (C) or uncountable (U)?
Match questions (1-5) with the answers (a-e).
Adjectives and adverbs. Choose the correct form.
PUT SOME, ANY OR A
PRESENT PERFECT or PAST SIMPLE. Write the correct form of the verb.
TENSES. Choose the correct form of the verb.
c) was watching
d) was watch
a) will give
a) is coming
a) will go
a) was doing
d) am doing
b) will write
c) have written
d) has written
a) was climbing
b) is climbing
a) were talking
b) was talked
d) did talked
Choose the correct question word.
Choose one of the following words: SOMETHING, ANYTHING, MUCH, MANY.
Write one of the following forms: VERB + ING or INFINITIVE?
ADJECTIVE COMPARISON. Write the correct form of the adjective.
Choose the correct form of the verb:
a) will change
b) have changed
c) has changed
a) will just discovered
b) have just discovered
c) have just discover
d) has just discover
e) had just discover
a) were studying
d) have been studying
e) has been studying
Thick the correct sentence
Write the correct form of the verb:
Modal verbs. Choose the correct answer.
c) have to
a) must not
b) don’t have
c) don’t have to
b) be able to
a) don’t have to/might
Conditional sentences. Write the correct form of the verb.
Passive voice. Turn the active sentences into passive ones.
a) The problem will be forgotten soon.
b) The problem will be forget soon.
a) A book is being written at the moment.
b) A book is be written at the moment.
a) His car have just been washed.
b) His car has just been washed.
a) A car been bought yesterday for her son.
b) A car was bought yesterday for her son.
a) These rooms is cleaned every day.
b) These rooms are cleaned every day.
Future time clauses. Put the verb in brackets into a suitable verb form