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Grammar review 4th bimester

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Grammar review 4th bimester

  1. 1. 1 Choose the correct words. We were looking at / up when we saw one of the trapeze artists fall. We all screamed and waited 1 for / with him to crash to the ground, but he had an elastic rope around him and we all laughed 2 up / at our fear when we realised that he was safe. The performers came 3 from / to Russia and they were amazing. They all got 4 down / together when they were very young and trained for years to do the show. We talked 5 for / about the show for days afterwards. It was really brilliant. When the acrobat got 6 on / together the swing high in the air we thought he was going to fall as he did his tricks. But he didn’t and when he got 7 into / down at the end we all clapped and cheered loudly.
  2. 2. 2 Rewrite the sentences. Use can, can’t or the correct form of have to. It’s necessary for dancers to practise every day. Dancers have to practise every day. 1 It’s not possible to go to the circus this weekend. We ___________________________ to the circus this weekend. 2 Don’t walk on the grass. You ___________________________ on the grass. 3 It’s okay to take photos here. You ___________________________ photos here. 4 It’s okay not to wear a school uniform. You ___________________________ a school uniform. 5 It’s okay to have a party next Monday. He ___________________________ a party next Monday. 6 It’s not necessary for her to cook for me. She ___________________________ for me. 7 Wear trainers in the gym. We ___________________________ trainers in the gym. 8 Finish your homework tonight. I ___________________________ my homework tonight. 9 It’s okay to help. You ___________________________ me. 10 It’s not possible to get there by train. We ___________________________ there by train.
  3. 3. 3 Complete the dialogue with can, can’t or the correct form of have to. A: Are you starting your new yoga class today? Can I come with you? B: Yes, no problem. A: What 1 _______________ wear? B: You 2 _______________ wear any special clothes, just something that you find comfortable. You 3 _______________ move easily if you’re wearing something that’s very tight and uncomfortable. A: How much 4 _______________ pay? B: €50 for the course. A: I 5 _______________ pay €50. I haven’t got it. 6 _______________ I pay each time I go? B: Yes, you 7 _______________ . You 8 _______________ pay for the whole course today. If you want, you 9 _______________ pay €5 each lesson. Or you 10 _______________ pay €20 every two weeks. A: What time does it start? B: You 11 _______________ be there at six o’clock. If you’re late, you 12 _______________ come in because the teacher locks the door.
  4. 4. 4 Read the dialogue. Choose the best answer (A, B or C). Everyone loves magic and I’m sure everyone A to do magic tricks, but not everyone 1 _____ do them well. I was six years old when my parents gave 2 _____ a magic set for my birthday. I loved it, but my hands weren’t 3 _____ to do most of the tricks. I 4 _____ do some of them today and once a month my friends and I get 5 _____ and try out tricks on each other. I 6 _____ that it’s about selling the idea of the trick to the audience. You 7 _____ look nervous or uncertain. You really 8 _____ make them believe what is happening. You 9 _____ practise a lot though – that’s very important. Last week I saw an amazing trick where the magician made an elephant disappear. I still 10 _____ worked out how the magician did it. A has tried B is trying C tried 1 A must B has to C can 2 A to me B me C for me 3 A too big B enough big C big enough 4 A must B can C have to 5 A together B down C into 6 A learn B have learned C haven’t learned 7 A don’t have to B mustn’t C don’t 8 A have to B can C need 9 A don’t have to B can C must 10 A haven’t B isn’t C can’t
  5. 5. 5 Complete the dialogues with the verbs in the Present Perfect. A: Have you read (you / read) this book? B: Yes, it’s very good. 1 _______________ (you / see) the film of the book? A: No, I 2 _______________ . I 3 _______________ (read) his other two books, though. A: John 4 _______________ (win) £1,000 on the lottery! B: I bet he 5 _______________ (spend) it already. A: No, he 6 _______________ (not buy) anything yet. He’s going to give some of it to charity, though. A: You 7 _______________ (lose) weight. 8 _______________ (you / be) on a diet? B: No, but I 9 _______________ (start) playing tennis twice a week. What about you? You look different. A: I 10 _______________ (dye) my hair black. Do you like it?
  6. 6. 6 Choose the correct words. I have started / start a new school, but it 1 is / has got a lot of rules. The teacher gave 2 to us / us a book with all the rules in. There are so many pages and there are 3 too / enough many rules to remember. We 4 must / mustn’t learn them all by tomorrow! For example, we 5 must / mustn’t run in the corridors and we 6 must / mustn’t give our homework in on time. My memory isn’t good 7 too / enough to remember all the rules in the book by tomorrow. I 8 try / have tried to learn them, but it’s impossible.
  7. 7. 7 Write a description of your best friend. Answer these questions to write your description. 1 What is his/her name? 2 How old is he/she? 3 How did you meet? 4 Is he/she tall or short? 5 Is he/she slim or plump? 6 What is his/her hair like? 7 Does he/she wear glasses/braces/earrings? 8 What colour are his/her eyes? 9 What clothes does he/she usually wear? 10 What is he/she like (his/her personality)? My Best Friend 1 My best friend’s name is _____________________________ 2 __________________________________________________ 3 __________________________________________________ 4 __________________________________________________ 5 __________________________________________________ 6 __________________________________________________ 7 __________________________________________________ 8 __________________________________________________ 9 __________________________________________________ 10 __________________________________________________

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