domingo, 16 de julio de 2017

SUMMER REVIEW: MODAL VERBS

COMPLETE THE SENTENCES USING A MODAL VERB. MORE THAN ONE ANSWER IS POSSIBLE.

1 His flight took 11 hours. He must be exahusted. He may / might prefer to stay home tonight and rest. 

2 If you want to really know the town, you ... go to the centre and explore the historical area. 

3 Climbing ... be dangerous if you are not prepared. 

4 When there are little children in the house, you ... leave small objetcs on the floor. These objects ... be put in their mouths causing serious injuries. 

5 ... you dive for more than a minute? Yes, I can. 

6 These trees need a lot of water. If you don't water them every day, they ... die. 

7 I ... speak Japanese because my family lived in Japan when I was a child. 

8 The book is optional. We ... to read it. 

9  Where is my phone? It ... be in my bag but it isn't here. 

10  The weather forecast says that there is a storm coming. You ... take an umbrella with you. 

11 Can we stop? I really ... use the bathroom. 

12- ... I borrow your pen?
    - Yes, no problem. Actually you ...    
      keep it. I've got a lot of them. 

13  They ... be on holiday, but I don't know for sure.

14 You ... be right but I want to check a second time. 

15 ... you turn down the music, please?

16 Ask any questions now because you ... talk during the test. 

17 You ... smoke in the cinema.

18 From his accent, he ... be from Badajoz.

19 It's impossible, he ... finish the project in one day only. 

20 The weather ... be better tomorrow.

21 ... you ride a horse?

 

sábado, 15 de julio de 2017

SUMMER REVIEW: MODAL VERBS

COMPLETE THE TEXT WITH THE MODALS BELOW

don't need to - can't - don't have to - isn't able to - shouldn't - mustn't - must - must 

 I (...) stop thinking about yesterday's film, Intouchables. You (...) really go and see it! It's a French film about two men - Philippe an Driss. Philippe is very rich. As a result of an accident, he (..... )  move his body. He (..... ) have help 24 hours a day. Driss comes for an interview for the job of Philippe’s helper. He seems unreliable. It’s evident that he (..... )  get the job, but Philippe hires him. Gradually, they form a special friendship. You (..... )  watch this film for long before you know you’ll enjoy it. It’s really funny! You (..... )  understand French to watch it – it’s got subtitles. You (..... ) miss this film – it’s great!

 


SUMMER REVIEW: RELATIVE CLAUSES

JOIN THE SENTENCES USING DEFINING RELATIVE CLAUSES. 

1 Mexico is a country. Spicy food is very popular there. 

Mexico is a country where spicy food is very popular. 

2  He is the food blogger. You have just read his post.

3 Saturday is a day. Many people eat out then.

4 I know the woman. She owns that restaurant.  

5  He often makes pizza. It's got four different vegetables on it.

6 I met the baker. Her cake won an award.

7 Do you remember the day? We ate at that expensive restaurant.

8 I'd like you to meet the woman. She cooks for the president's family.

9 There is a huge variety of fruit and vegetables in the market. I shop  there. 

10 I ate a hamburger and chips. They were very salty. 











jueves, 13 de julio de 2017

CONDITIONAL SENTENCES: MIXED EXERCISE

COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS. USE FIRST, SECOND OR THIRD CONDITIONAL. 

1 We won't go (not go) camping tomorrow if it snows (snow)

2 If I ... (have) a swimming pool at home, I ... (swim) every day.

3 Don't worry! If we ... (need) a map, we ... (get) one at the tourist office. 

4 I ... (stay) at a cheaper hotel if I ... (be) you. You don't have to spend much money just for sleeping one night.

5 Fred couldn't come to the meeting. If he ... (not be) travelling, he ... (come). 

6 I'm planning a visit to Spain. What do you recommend?
   If I ... (visit) Spain, I ... (choose) Extremadura. 

7 You don't need any equipment. Your guide ... (give) it to you unless you ... (want) to use your own. 

8 It is freezing cold today. Lisa ... (go) to the playground with her sister if it ... (not be) so cold. 

9 Train tickets are very expensive. More people ... (use) public transport if prices ... (go) down a little. 

10 The police didn't catch the robber. The robbery ... (not happen) in thefirst place if we ... (have) our alarm on. 

11 I have to hand in a project tomorrow. If I ... (finish) soon, I ... (meet) you at the park this evening. 

12 My diet is not healthy. I ... (feel) better if I ... (eat) more fruit and vegetables. 

13 I paid 100 euros for speeding. If I ... (see) the sign, I ... (be) fined. 

14 English classes are boring. I ... (get) better results if they ... (be) more interesting. 

15 The doctor is angry at you. You ... (not recover) unless you ... (begin) to pay attention to his advice. 

CONDITIONAL SENTENCES

COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE VERBS IN BRACKETS. USE THE FIRST CONDITIONAL.

1 If you hurry (hurry), you will get (get) to the train station on time. 

2 She ... (not enjoy) the museum if she ... (not like) art. 

3 The restaurant ... (not serve) you unless you ... (make) a reservation.

4 If it ... (rain), I ... (not go) to the park.

5 I ... (not go) to the party tonight unless I ... (study) now. 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE VERBS IN BRACKETS. USE THE SECOND CONDITIONAL.

1 If I won (win) the lottery, I'd buy  (buy) a house. 

2 She ... (travel) all over the world if she ... (be) rich.

3 If they ... (speak) Spanish, they ... (understand) each other. 

4 We ... (go out) if it ... (not rain).

5 If I ... (see) her, I ... (ask) her out. 

COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE VERBS IN BRACKETS. USE THE THIRD CONDITIONAL.

1 If I had found (find) her address, I would have sent (send) her an invitation. 

2 I ... (not pass) my exams if I ... (not study).

3 If they ... (listen) to me, we ... (get) lost.

4 We ... (see) my friend Jacob if we ... (go) to the party.

5 If you ... (ask) me, I ... (help) you. 


miércoles, 12 de julio de 2017

SUMMER REVIEW: PRESENT AND PAST PASSIVE

REWRITE THE SENTENCES. USE THE PRESENT SIMPLE PASSIVE OR PAST SIMPLE PASSIVE. 

1 The police caught the criminal.
   The criminal was caught by the police.

2 They found enough evidence to arrest him.
   Enough evidence ...

3 Do detectives give prison sentences?
   ... prison sentences ... ?

4 They permit the prisoners to walk outside twice a day. 
   The prisoners ...

5 They grow many types of rice in Nepal. 
   Many  types of rice ...

6 Our team lost the match last week.
   The match ...

7 Did Garcilaso write that poem?
  ... that poem ... ?

8 You don't find polar bears in Africa. 
  Polar bears ...

9 They show the film every four hours. 
   The film ...

10 Somebody called the ambulance right after the accident.
   The ambulance ...

SUMMER REVIEW: PASSIVE SENTENCES (PRESENT AND PAST)

COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS. USE THE PRESENT SIMPLE OR PAST SIMPLE PASSIVE. 

1 At the trial yesterday, the witnesses were asked (ask)  questions by the lawyers. 

2 Laws about drinking alcohol ... always ... (not obey) 

3 Luckily, they ... (not hurt) in the accident yesterday.

4 The jewellery shop ... (rob) last night. More than 100 rings, earrings and necklaces ... (steal)

5 Alcatraz Island ... (locate) in the San Francisco Bay. 

6 This small island ... often ... (call) "The Rock".

7 In the past, there was a prison in the island. More than 1,500 prisoners ... (send) there. 

8 Alcatraz ... (know) for its security. 

9 Thirty-six prisoners tried to escape and all of them ... (catch). 

10 Six prisoners ... (kill) while they were escaping. 

11 In 1962, three prisoners escaped and they ... never ... (find).

12 Their story ... (tell) in the film Escape from Alcatraz. 

13 Alcatraz ... (close) in 1963 and today it ... (visit) by thousands of tourists each year.