The verb TO BE. Write the correct forms of the verb TO BE.

  •  happy.
  • My name  Tom.
  • You  angry.
  • He  my brother.
  • She  my sister.


Write MY, YOUR, HIS or HER.

  • 1. A: Hello, I am Tom. What’s  name?
  • B: Hello,  name is Ann.
  • This is my brother.  name is Tom.
  • This is my sister.  name is Jane.
  • I am Marc and this is  mother Susan.


Present simple. Choose the correct form.


  • She ……… as a teacher.

a) work

b) works

c) to work


  • They ……… the Faculty of Economy.

a) studies

b) studys

c) study


  • Ann ……. the English language.

a) studies

b) studys

c) study


  • Tom ……… football every day.

a) plaies

b) plays

c) play


  • I ……… to work almost every day.

a) goes

b) to go

c) go



Make the questions. Tick the correct sentence.


  • She writes short stories.

a) Does she write short stories?

b) Do she writes short stories?

c) Does she writes short stories?


  • He knows me.

a) Do he know me?

b) Does he know me?

c) Does he knows me?


  • They go to Greece every year.

a) Do they go to Greece every year?

b) Does they go to Greece every year?

c) Do they goes to Greece every year?


  • You like her very much.

a) Does you like her very much?

b) Do you likes her very much?

c) Do you like her very much?


  • My lesson lasts 45 minutes.

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.

  • There  a lot of people in Belgrade.
  • There  a secret that I want to tell you.
  • There  many cars in the street.


Choose SOME or ANY.

  • I want  chocolate to eat.
  • Do you have  chocolate left?
  • I don’t have  best friend.
  • I read  of her books.
  • Do you know  hotel in Belgrade?



  •  person here is my mother.
  •  person over there is my mother.
  • I don’t know  girls across the street.
  • I like  shoes in front of me.


Past simple. Choose the correct form.


  • She ……… to France yesterday.

a) go

b) goes

c) goed

d) went


  • They ……… a lot of money last month.

a) made

b) make

c) maded

d) makes


  • She ……… at the Faculty of Economics.

a) studyed

b) studed

c) studies

d) studied


  • We ……… TV last night.

a) watches

b) watch

c) watched

d) watchied


  • Ivo Andric ………many books.

a) writed

b) wrote

c) wroted

d) written



Past simple. Choose the correct form.


  • Steven ………. to France yesterday.

a) fly

b) flyed

c) flied

d) flew


  • They ……… a lot of profit last month.

a) make

b) made

c) maked

d) makes


  • She ………the piano when she was a child.

a) played

b) plaid

c) plaied

d) playd


  • We ……… the football match last night.

a) watch

b) watches

c) watched

d) watchied


  • Madonna ……… many catchy songs on her last album.

a) sing

b) sung

c) singed

d) sang







  • On my way to work I generally (meet) many children who (go) to school.
  • Look, a man (run) after the bus. He (want) to catch it.
  • My children (work) very hard. John (study) for an exam now.
  • He generally (sing) in English but today he (sing) in French.
  • He normally (go) to work by car, but sometimes he (walk).


  • COMPARATIVE OR SUPERLATIVE. Write the correct form of the adjective.
  • The grass is (short) here than in your garden.
  • Your suitcase is (heavy) than my bag.
  • Tom was (slow) of all the schoolboys.
  • Mary is (pretty) than her sister.
  • The garden is (lovely) in spring than in winter.


Are these nouns countable (C) or uncountable (U)?

  • year
  • milk
  • cloud
  • snow
  • water
  • bird
  • weather
  • snake


Match questions (1-5) with the answers (a-e).

1. Why are the children singing? a. Because she’s late for school.
2. Why is your sister running? b. Because he’s at school today.
3. Why isn’t Tom at home? c. Because they’re cooking dinner.
4. Why are there lizards in the desert? d. Because they’re happy.
5. Why are your parents in the kitchen? e. Because they like the hot weather.


Adjectives and adverbs. Choose the correct form.

  • She dances .
  • She is a  girl.
  • He drives very .
  • He is a very  person.
  • She cooks very .



  • Do you have  money?
  • I’ve got  pens in the office.
  • Can I have  can of Coke, please?
  • There isn’t  sugar in the dining room.
  • There wasn’t  petrol or oil in the car.


PRESENT PERFECT or PAST SIMPLE. Write the correct form of the verb.

  • Monica Cox is a tennis player. She (win) many tournaments in her life.
  • She (start) playing tennis with her father when she  (be) three years old.
  • Two years ago she (go) to America to a famous tennis school in California.
  • She (not play) at Wimbledon yet.


TENSES. Choose the correct form of the verb.



  • I did my homework when I ……… television.

a) watching

b) watched

c) was watching

d) was watch


  • If she asks for money, I ……… her.

a) will give

b) gives

c) give

d) gave


  • She never ……… late to school.

a) is coming

b) coming

c) comes

d) came


  • She ……… to London yesterday.

a) will go

b) went

c) gone

d) go


  • The baby ……… usually well behaved.

a) were

b) is

c) has

d) are


  • I ……… my work now. Don’t disturb me!

a) was doing

b) done

c) do

d) am doing


  • I ……… a letter tomorrow.

a) write

b) will write

c) have written

d) has written


  • Look! The boy ……… the tree.

a) was climbing

b) is climbing

c) climbs

d) climbing


  • She caught them while they ……… .

a) were talking

b) was talked

c) talked

d) did talked



Choose the correct question word.



  • ……… shoes are those?

a) Why

b) Whose

c) Whom

d) Who


  • My mother is the one ……… sings on TV every morning.

a) whom

b) which

c) who

d) whose


  • Let me know ……… you hear from your mother.

a) who

b) which

c) whose

d) when


  • Let me know ……… your mother is travelling to.

a) who

b) which

c) whose

d) where


Choose one of the following words: SOMETHING, ANYTHING, MUCH, MANY.

  • How  friends do you have?
  • How  milk do you like in your coffee?
  • I have  for you.
  • Do you know  about her?
  • I don’t have  to say to you!

Write one of the following forms: VERB + ING or INFINITIVE?

  • She likes (cook).
  • He enjoys (read) books.
  • We want (go) now.
  • They hope  (win) the competition.
  • I look forward to (see) you soon.

ADJECTIVE COMPARISON. Write the correct form of the adjective.

  • She is (good) than me.
  • He is (bad) than you.
  • She is as (tall) as me.
  • She is the (pretty) girl in school.
  • Today it is (hot) than yesterday.


Choose the correct form of the verb:



  • London _____ a lot since 1975.

a) will change

b) have changed

c) has changed

d) changed

e) change


  • Scientists _____ a new planet.

a) will just discovered

b) have just discovered

c) have just discover

d) has just discover

e) had just discover


  • I _____ in this school for ten years.

a) were studying

b) studying

c) studied

d) have been studying

e) has been studying


Thick the correct sentence

  • a) I have lived in Chesswood for five years. b) I live in Chesswood for five years.
  • a) We moved here after my daughter was born. b) We have moved here after my daughter was born.
  • a) Before that we have lived in London. b) Before that we lived in London.
  • a) I never went to Russia, but I’d like to go. b) I have never been to Russia, but I’d like to go.
  • a) I am a teacher since I left university. b) I have been a teacher since I left university.


Write the correct form of the verb:

  • You look tired! Yes I (work)  very hard.
  • Where’s the magazine I gave you? What (you do)  with it?
  • We (have)  the same car for twelve years.
  • This room was white. Now it is blue. He (paint)  it.
  • This is the first time I (drive)  a car. Thanks for lending me your car.
  • These shoes are nice and clean. (you clean)  them?
  • Sorry I’m late. (you wait)  long?
  • Somebody (steal)  my keys. They are not on the table.
  • Mary is still watching TV. She (watch)  TV all day.
  • I (know)  him for a long time.



Modal verbs. Choose the correct answer.



  • Do you ……… clean the house every day or every week?

a) must

b) have

c) have to


  • I ……… speak French without a problem now because I have had many lessons.

a) may

b) can

c) have


  • They ……… do their homework today because it is a holiday at the school.

a) must not

b) don’t have

c) don’t have to


  • When will you ……… come and see us in our new house?

a) can

b) be able to

c) must


  • You ……… hurry up! You ……… be late if you don’t!

a) don’t have to/might

b) must/must

c) must/might


Conditional sentences. Write the correct form of the verb.

  • What would you do if you (find)  a burglar in your house?
  • What (you do)  if he is late?
  • If you (see)  someone hitting the dog what would you do?
  • If you (see)  someone drowning, what would you do?
  • If he (come)  today, will you be angry?
  • If someone (give)  you a lot of money what would you do with them?
  • If I were you, I (stop)  smoking.
  • If I knew you were right, I (agree)  with you.


Passive voice. Turn the active sentences into passive ones.



  • They will forget the problem soon.

a) The problem will be forgotten soon.

b) The problem will be forget soon.


  • She is writing a book at the moment.

a) A book is being written at the moment.

b) A book is be written at the moment.


  • He has just washed his car.

a) His car have just been washed.

b) His car has just been washed.


  • She bought a car yesterday for her son.

a) A car been bought yesterday for her son.

b) A car was bought yesterday for her son.


  • They clean these rooms every day.

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

  • When I (see)  you tomorrow, I (tell)  you my news.
  • As soon as we (get)  there, we (phone)  for a taxi.
  • I (go)  to the library before I (do)  the shopping.
  • I (wait)  here until the rain (stop) .
  • You (be able)  to get a good job unless you (get)  a university degree.