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Look at the pictures and say what animal you can see and where it lives and what it eats.

3. Rephrase the sentences using I find it + adjective.

1. Your native town is nice. 2. Kyiv is very hectic. 3. Your English is just top-notch. 4. The president is optimistic. 5. Your parents are very kind. 6. Your classmates are pretty friendly. 7. Your country is quite hospitable. 8. You are a prospective employee. 9. Your English classes are exciting and effective. 10. The Chinese cuisine is too exotic for me. 11. Fast food restaurants are unhealthy. 12. Crimean seaside resorts are rather expensive for me. 13. Your planning is very wasteful. 14. The meeting is very important for me.

Give the plural of the following nouns.

Cap, task, pipe, pig, hand, song, name, glove, room, day, letter, door, country, city, bus, rose, fox, page.

Translate into English.

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infinitive

 

 

 
 


present simple imperative

b) 1. . 2. . 3. . 4. . 5. . 6. ѳ 4. 7. ³ . 8. . 9. . 10. .

Use the jumbled phrases to instruct your partner in using the cash machine.

to choose the language to take your card to withdraw your cash to enter your PIN to insert the card to choose the amount to select the transaction

7. Put the phrases in the correct order to write an instruction in how to use a washing machine using: then, finally, first, after that.

1. Select the washing temperature.

2. Turn the machine on.

3. Close the door and put Gala into the soap compartment.

4. Open the door and load the machine with clothes.

Use the verbs to describe your and your deskmates daily routine.

/to get up, to have, to make, to leave, to take, to stay, to get back, to do, to go/

9. Make up true sentences:I / my friend usually, always, often, sometimes, never, at the weekends.

Put the following into the plural and then back into the singular.

  Subject Predicate
sg. -s
pl. -s

1. Her kid goes to school. 2. My friend learns English twice a week. 3. My sister usually gets up early. 4. Her son comes home at six. 5. My brother works in a factory. 6. His uncle lives in Poltava. 7. The student always works hard. 8. My classmate goes in for sport. 9. My neighbour sometimes plays music at night. 10. Our computer often crashes.

Ask special questions.

1) where / you / to keep / your books? 2) why / he / she / sometimes / to miss classes? 3) what / he / she / to do / at the weekends? 4) when / he / she / to go to bed? 5) where / you / to spend / your summer / winter holidays? 6) how / he / she / to get home from college? 7) whom / he / she / to invite to his / her birthday party? 8) when / he / she to clean his / her room? 9) what kind of sport / you / to go in for? 10) who / to help him / her with his/ her studies? 11) which of your friends / to play the piano?

12. Listen and react to the sentences using: As for me, I dont .

1. I like to spend my holidays in the city. What about you? 2. I enjoy traveling a lot. What about you? 3. I often use public transport. What about you? 4. In the summer, I always go swimming. What about you? 5. I do well in maths. What about you? 6. I eat a lot of meat. What about you? 7. I get along well with everybody. What about you? 8. Sometimes I help my mother with the washing up. What about you?

13. Listen and react to the sentences using: Im afraid you are wrong. He/she doesnt .

1. Ann goes to university. 2. Jude works for a travel agency. 3. Wendy lives in the country. 4. Charles owns a shop. 5. Lucy takes after her father.

Work in pairs to answer the questions.

1. What do you usually do when youre unwell? 2. What do you usually do during your holidays? 3. What do you usually do when its raining? 4. What do you usually do when you invite your friends over to your place? 5. What do you usually do when your phone is out of order? 6. What do usually you do when youre hungry? 7. What do you usually do when you are sad? 8. What do you usually do when you are late for your classes?

Translate into English.

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